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VOLUME XXX No. 27 KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY, JULY 11,1963 \
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Pink Hill, Grady Society
Rev. John A. Wilkerson. Jr., has
returned to Pink Hill after having
attended a Presbyterian minister's
convention in Dallas, Texas. He
was accompanied to Dallas by his
father, Mr. J. A. Wilkerson, Sr.,
of Lynchburg, Va. Filling the pulpit :
at the local church while the pastor
was away was Mr. Donald Glover, a
Seminary student, of Richmond,
? Mr. and Mrs. Manly Hatch and
family were vacationing with rela
tives at Greenwood, S. C. recently. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Watson '
and son. Randy spent some time, 1
recently with friends in Indiana.
The Watsons are now occupying
their new trailer home at Carolina
Beach while Mr. Watson is working
on a job for Barrus Construction Co.
in that area.
Mrs. Bob Hood was at Clarkton
recently to return her niece. Miss
Beth Little to her home, atfer hav- 1
ing visited the Hoods.
Mrs. Myra Jo Whitley is attending
summer school at the University in
Chapel Hill. Her sons. Max and <
Mike are spending the time with I
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. i
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Worley and
their guests Mesdames Ruby Stone
of Louisburg and J. Leon Clark of
Baton Rouge, La. attended funeral
services for Mrs. Lucy Bowers, in
Washington, N. C. Sunday afternoon
Mesdames Stone and Clark are sis
ters of Mrs. Worley.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Carr, of Wal
lace, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Grady. Sr,
of Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
May Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. T. A. Turner, Mr. and Mrs.
r. J. Turner 'and family and Mr. 1
and Mrs. Graham Turner and fam- i
ily spent the 4th of July holidays at i
Atlantic Beach. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ethro Hill and sons,
Jeff and Tony had as guests last 1
week at their cottage at Swansboro, I
Mrs. Hill's sister, Mrs. Art Stone,
Mr. Stone and baby of Louisville, <
Ky. On the 4th of July the Hills had I
as their guests at an out-door sup- <
per, employees of Hill Supply com- <
pany and their families. i
Mr. and Mrs. Donn Hedstrom and
Kathy and Donnie are expected at 1
the weekend from Oklahoma City, 1
Okla. for a visit with Mrs. Hed- <
stroms parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. 1
May. Mr. Hedstrom, who is employ- 1
ed by the Federal Aviation Author
ity is being transferred to Jack- 1
sonville, Fla. 1
Mr .and Mrs. L. H. Turner, Sr.,
L. H., Jr., and Debbie spent the
weekend at their summer cottage ]
at Topsail, L H. Jr., had as his <
guests, Messrs James Howard,
James Williamson, Charles Miles,
Bill Hatch and Leo Byrd
Mr. James Howard has accepted
employment as instructor of Indus
trial Arts in the Roanoke Rapids
High School for 1963 - 1964. He is a
graduate of East Carolina College. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Linwood C. Turner,
Messrs Lynn and Johnny Turner
and Mr. and Mrs. James Miles
Messrs Jimmy and Charles Miles
and Trudy Miles were at the Jones
Summer Cottage at Atlantic Beach
for the 4th of July holidays.
The Whitford Hill family had as
guests during the past week, Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Post Hill and son,
Roger Scott of Gainesville, Fla.,
GS^rno^Schooi, at Salem^bllege
and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Rogers
and son of Raleigh.
Mrs. J. Melvin Jones is expected
Iiome this week from a tour of sev
eral weeks in Europe. She was sch
eduled to land in New York by
eoat July 9.
Miss Connor Jones arrived at the
weekend after having spent some
time in 'Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Charles Lee Overman and
laughters of Monroe are spending
this week with Mrs. Overman's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis, Mr.
Overman, who spent the weekend
returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Turner, Sr.
were at Efland. Saturday to bring
iiome their daughter Debbie and
Annette Simpson who had been at
tending camp at nearby Chestnutt
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dail and
Elaine and Robert have been recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E.
Dunn, at Selma.
Mr. Hugh C. Turner expects to
go to Fitzgerald, Ga. at the week
end to be on the Tobacco Market
for a few weeks.
Messrs Robert Smith and John
Fitzgerald of Kinston spent the
weekend at Atlantic Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rochwick
and son of Charlotte, Va. and Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmy Rochwick of-Chi
cago, III. rave been recent guests
of Mrs. Eliza Smith and Shirley.
Mrs. Janice Herring is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Martin
and Mr. Martin, at Montezuma, Ga.
for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Spell at
tended the Meyerhoeffer-Huffman
wedding at Stanton, Va. Saturday,
Mr. Spell served as an usher.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grady were
recent visitors in Nashville, Tann
-Mas Brenda Grad/ind MiiT De
loris Hubgood of Wilson Were visit
ing the home of Miss Grady during
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Noble and
children of Washington, D. C. have
been guests during the past week of
Mr. Noble's brother, Mr. Kermit
Noble and family, and other rela
tives in the area.
Mrs. Walter Davis has recovered,
sufficiently, to return home from
the Craven County Hospital at New
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Astor and
children of Green Lane, Pa. were
weekend guests of Mrs. Astor's par
tints, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grady,
Mr. and Mrs. Steahan Rogers of
Rocky Mount hav been recent over
night guests of Mr. Rogers' bro
ther, Mr. Raymond Rogers, and
Mrs. Myron Curl of Seattle, Wash,
the former Edna Williams who has
been visiting her father in Fayette
ville, was recent guest in the home
of Mrs. Faison Smith and other re
Mr. and Mrs. James Hemphill
and Jimmy of Raleigh and Mr.
Aaron Smith of Nashville, Tenn,
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Faison Smith.
Mrs. Inez Sandlin and Mrs. A.
W. Turner were hostesses at a
Joint Meeting of circles 1 and 2 of
Pink Hill Presbyterian Women, at
their home Tuesday night, July 2.
Mrs. Sandlin acting chairman, was
in charge. Mrs. Turner conducted
the Bible study.
Following adjournment, banana
cake with iced drinks and coffee
Dianne Jackson and Janice Smith
attended Camp Rainbow, an East
ern Star camp, near Boone last
week. Accompanying them there
June 30, were Mrs. Prentiss W.
Smith, misses Betty and Donna
Jean Smith and Mr. Johnson Smith.
Laurie Jackson, Jackie Sholar and
Johnny Jackson went for them July
The new president. Mrs. Frances
Stroud was in charge of the regular
first Monday Night Meeting of the
Auxiliary to the Williard Smith Post
No. 9514 of U. F. W. which was
held at the home of Mrs. Nora
Stroud, July 1. Following a busi
ness session, etc. assorted cookies
potato chips and punch were ser
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cade and dau
ghters, of Charlotte who were
guests last week of the Henry Riv
enbark of Wallace at their Cottage
at Topsail Beach, were weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Corbett
Weston and Mrs. Nora Stroud, in
Hears Major Hall
A regular meeting of the Pink
Hill Community Ruritan Club was
held in the School Cafeterian Thu
rsday night, July 4 There were 27
members present. Major Hall of the
Salvation Army, of Kinston, was
guest speaker. He talked on the
"Orgin and Work of The Salvation
Members of the Pink Hill Home
Demonstration club served supper.
The president, Floyd Dail presid
William Allen Grady, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul A. Grady of Albert
son, and Miss Beverly Frances
Simms of Nashville, Tenn. were
married at 4 p. m. Sunday, July 7,
at Harper-Southerland Presbyter
ian Church at Albertson. Rev. Nor
man P. Farrior of Rose Hill was
the officiating minister. Ben Scott
Turner played the wedding music.
The couple entered the church, un
attended. The bride wore a street
length dress, of which satin, with
matching accessories, and a veil.
Following the ceremony, the couple
left for a short wedding trip to the
North Carolina Coast.
Pink Hill HOC
A monthly meeting of the Pink
Hill Home Demonstration Club will
be held at the home of Mrs. Seth B.
King at 2 p. m. Thursday, July 11.
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