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iss Nancy Jones was at Magno
Saturday afternoon to attend the
*4?ope wedding at the Metho
Church. Miss Jones was an
ndant of the bride. They were
annates at Meredith College.
t. and Mrs. Jack Albright of
unond, Va. visited brifely in
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ike
Stroud, recently enroute to Wilming
ton to visit relatives. The Albrights
are fromer Pink Hill residents.
Mrs. John Currin Howard and in
fant daughter, Iris Leraine, have
returned home from Wayne Me
morial Hospital, in Goldsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Turner, Mis
ses Judy, Marsha, and Lane have
returned from a visit to the New
England States, including Boston,
Mrs. Herald Latham and Lynn,
Dianne and Jeffrey have returned
to Atlanta, following a week's visit
in Pink Hill with Mrs. Latham's,
Miss Connor Jones, left Tuesday
from Raleigh on a several weeks
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bus tour of the North West.
Mr. and Mrs. James Miles and
Trudy were in New York City
Tuesday to meet Mrs. J. Melvin
Jones who arrived from Europe on
the Queen Mary.
Miss Myra Maxwell of Wilson
visited her brother, Mr. W. W.
Maxwell and family Sunday. Young
Mike Whitley returned with her for
a weeks visit.
Mr, Dave McCallum, of Ellere, S.
C. was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.
H. Turner, L. H. Jr., and Debbie
at their summer cottage at Topsail
at the weekend. Mr. McCallum is
a classmate of L. H. Jr., at N. C.
State of the University of N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Huffman
of Richlands were dinner guests of
Mrs. Nora Stroud Sunday. It was in
observance of Mrs. Huffman's birth
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Scott and
son. Hill of Richmond, Va., Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Turner of Greenville,
Lt. and Mrs. Albert S. Smith and
son Chris, of Jacksonville, Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Scott, Jr., of Mt. Olive,
Rt. 2 and Miss Ermie Spence of
Pink Hill. Rt. 1 were guests during
the weekend of Mrs. J. C. Smith
Mrs. Faison Smith spent the week
end in Raleigh with the James
Hemphill and Faison D. Smith fam
Spending the weekend at Surf
City were Mrs. R. A. Smith, Mrs.
Leiand Herring, Mr. Carlyle Her
ring. Miss Judy Kornegay, Pren
tiss, Curtis and Christy Herring and
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lee and sag of
Mr .and Mrs. Charles Lee Over
man and family of Monroe are
spending Sunday, through Thursday
of this week at the L. H. Turner
summer cottage at Topsail. They
had previously spent the weekend
with their parents, Mr .and Mrs.
Mr. Ben Turner and Miss Linda
Godbold spent the weekend with the
J. E. Martin family at Montezuma.
Ga. and were accompanied home
by Mrs. Janie Herring who has
been visiting in the Martin home.
Mrs. Christine Williams recently
vistied her son, Mr. Melvin Wil
liams, employed during the sum
mer at Stockbridge, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williams of
Louisburg, spent the weekend with
his mother, Mrs. Christine Williams.
Messrs M. O. Hatch, Adolph
Harper, Jepsey Pickett and Neil
Jones were at Chapel Hill Saturday
to donate blood to Mrs. Jones
grandfather, a patient at the Un
iversity Hospital. They visited
briefly with George Dunn of Pink
Hill who is paralyzed there, as a
result of an Automobile accident
be had while returning from a Bar
rus Construction job project near
Mr. Warren Maxwell and grand
son, Mike Whitley were at Dur
ham Wednesday, where Mike un
derwent a heart check at Duke
Mr. Faison Turner has been suf
fering with erysipelas in his foot,
at his home during the past week.
Mr. Gene Small will be employed
on the Douglass, Ga. Tobacco mar
ket during the selling season there.
Members of the Smith's Commun
ity senior 4-H club attending a
show at the Parte Theater in Kin
ston Sunday afternoon were Martha
Sheppard, Betty Smith, Janice
Smith, Donna Smith, Rachel Smith,
Annette Turner, Bobby Tyndall and
Anthony Westbrook. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Prentiss W.
Enjoy Cookout /
Mr. and Mrs. Luroa's Turner and (
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson.. Cross gave *
an outdoor supper-to celebrate the
Fourth of July. Nelson Cross. C
"Chief Cook of Cabin Street", tur- hi
ned out a feast of barbecued chick- T
en, barbecued pork chops, barbe- r<
cued wieners, roasted corn and G
roasted potatoes on grills. W
Those attending the supper furni
shed fried chicken, chicken and O
pastry, assorted vegetables, green rt
salads, breads, cakes, puddings, r<
cup cakes, and Pepsis. Among the
ones enjoying the feast were, Mr. I
and Mrs. Lumas Turner and family
of Pink Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson (
Cross and family of Pink Hill; Mr.
Phillip Grady of Albertson; Mr. and
Mrs. Roland Mercer of Westminster ^
Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. Leon ,
Heath and family of Pink Hill; Mr. n
and Mrs. John Lewis and children ^
of Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. Felxi .
Heath and family of Pink Hill; y
Mrs. Acra Coombs and Mrs. Fran
ces Gardner of 'Warsaw; Mr. Lloyd t.
Mercer of Baltimore, Maryland; p
Mr. J. D. Tyndall of Pink Hill; Mr. t(
and Mrs. Joe Jones; Mr. and Mrs.
Bud Powell and Sharon, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Jones and Stanley, Mr. I
and Mrs. Cleveland Turner and
children, Mrs. Maggie Hobley and |
Tiney Turner and Junior, all of
Cabin Street, Pink Hill.
Visitation Program 5
The annual every member visita- v
tion program was carried out at the i
Pink Hill Methodist Church Sunday -
afternoon, July 14. Several copies
of a booklet, .compiled during the
year, showing the work of the chu
rch, Pictures, etc. were carried by
men of the church, in pairs, to each
individual church family during the
afternoon. A great deal of interest
and enthusam was shown by the
visits, according to those partici
pating in the program.
The Albertson Home Demonstra
tion club was hostess to members .
of the B. F. Grady and Outlaw's
Bridge Clubs at the Community
Building Tuesday, at 2:30 p. m.
There was an attendance of 17. Mrs.
Spicer gave a demonstration on
making bed spreads. She also gave
'a few safety tips on health.
The hostesses, Mrs. R. A. Smith
and Mrs. Graham Teachey served
> potato chips, cookies and lemonade.
The president, Mrs. Ambrose
The Outing to the Cliffs of the
Neuse which was scheduled to take
place Tuesday afternoon by the
Clover Leaf 4-H Club, in place of
regular meeting was postponed be
cause of the busy tobacco season.
They expect to take the trip at a
Mrs. Ray Withrow Grady, wife of
harles Grady, died of cancer at
er home at Live Oak, Fla, July 9.
he Gradys are former Albertson
:sidents. The parents of Mr.
rady were the late Mr. and Mrs.
r. J. Grady.
Funeral servies were held at Live
ak, Thursday and burial was in a
iral Church yard there. She was
jared at Shelby, N. C.
Mrs. Seth King, was hostess to
le Pink Hill Home Demonstration
lub at her home Thursday after
oon. The president, Mrs. Haywood
troud, presided. A demonstration
n, "Meat Buying", was given by
iiss Marie Peneul, Home Aegnt.
Refreshments of Coca Colas, po
ito chips and cookies were served,
ive members and two visitors at
VS Of CS Met
Mrs. C. C. Jones was hostess to
le Woman's Society of the Pink
till Methodist Church at her home
'uesday afternoon. The program
ras entitled, "What Missions Mean
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ray Daniels
of Albertson announce the birth of
an 8 lbs. 11 oz. son, Roger Lewis,
at Lenoir Memorial Hospital. Kin
ston, July 10. Mrs. Daniels is the
former Hazel Mae Health of Deep
The annual July Outing of the B.
F. Grady Home Economics club
and the Smith's Development Club
will be observed with a family lun
cheon at the Hillview Restaurant in
Pink Hill Sunday, July 21.
The first U. S. cows were brought
over to the Jamestown Colony in
Motor Pork Drive-ln
Pink Hill, N. C.
Friday and Saturday July 19-20
The Savage Guns
Starring Richard Baseball and
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Sunday July 21
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