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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, September 06, 1958, Page 14, Image 14

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14 THE CAROLINIAN WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER «, IMS Cumberland Fairgrounds Scene Os District Junior Dairy Cattle Show FAYETTEVILLE The South e*4tera District Junior Dsiry Cac ti** Show is being held here this ■wsefc end, September 4-3, at the Cumber ishd County Fairgrounds. Cumberland County Four H snd New Farmers of America host yrowp, have been readying dairy onmsls for the past week. The lots! group will be hate to ron&estants from IS neighboring reunites ranging <ll the way to the Atlantic Coast, TOBACCO Is Selling High in Wendell, If You Don’t Believe This Come and See. Average 514.00 To 572.00 Sell Your Tobacco In Wendell The Friendly Tow n. No Parking Worries, Drive-In Warehouses Farmer Warehouse Liberty Warehouse Central Warehouse Planters Warehouse Northside W arehouse The Above Listed Warehouses Send You This Message WENDELL Tobacco Market HENDERSON TOBACCO MARKET Big Enough To Serve You-Small Enough To Know You OPENS ITS 86TH MARKET SEASON THURS., SEPT. 4, 1958 1872 CONTINUOUS SERVICE 1958 7 Big Warehouse Firms Selling Daily 7 CAROLINA BANNER M. L. (Bill) HIGHT FRANK HICKS GENE HUFF LYMAN WILKINSON . J. S. ROYSTER —B. W. YOUNG L L. (Red) STURDIVANT I. j- JACKSON. Jr. JOE CUTTS, Auctioneer f-K W T* T* 9 TD £** 17 t T thptawc! * ARMERb CILLIJN Vj JL I D WALTER ALSTON. Jr. P. H. ELLINGTON JOHN ELLINGTON DAVE BOWLIN LEONIDAS HOYLE I T t) U D T V zimw 1 d JL K I i OJ.V3J.A r GEORGE T. ROBERTSON C. B. TURNER R. E (Bub) TANNER GENE ROBERTSON JAMES MURPHY FLEMING BROS. SAM SOUTHERLAND MOORE’S BIG HENDERSON , A. H. (Beit) MOORE C. C. MASON C. E. (Jeff.) JEFFCOAT Accurate Daily Market Report Over WHVH WHNC 12:00-12:10 12:15-12:30 JAMES D. SPEED, Supervisor of Sales ELLERBEE TOBACCO MARKET OPENS THURSDAY^.hh JM We Cordially Invite All Tobacco Growers To Bring Their 1958 Crop Where Tobacco Sdh Higher. ?, Big Warehouses 2 ft ®f| HP P FARMERS WAREHOUSE P. B. CCV3K3TON RICHMOND C’NTY WAREHOUSE %# ■■■ I ■ Hi 1 PHONE ELLERBEE 37 Hi , SALES SUPERVISOR PHONE ELLERBEE 2156 Keen competition is expected in the \niou* classes, inasmuch as participants will enter cuttle of the lushest quality es well as the best U'uined A TROPHY WILL BF given to the entrant showing the grand champion A similar award will be given the showmanship winner. Last year's grand champion tro phy winner James White, has an nounced he will entc- the show a- K«in inis year "to no my best.” At the 1937 show. 17 entries won blue ribbons, 19 red, and ll while. Judge for the show will be K. E .Davenport, manager of Sycamore Dairy in Fayetteville. Assisting him will be M E. Singer, of Raleigh State College, extension dairy spe cialist. The Fayetteville Jayec-e?. Fay etteville .State Teachers College, the Negro Farm Bureau of Cum ber],-mu County, and the Fayette ville Chamber of Commerce, through its Agriculture! Commit tee. art sponsors of the show The hoys and girls work is out standing. Anions the boys and and girls getting ready for the show are Doris and Lacy Grump ier. Jr. ciauchter and son of L;.cv Crumbier, who now resides on RFD 2, Fayetteville. A member of the New Homema ker* of America and 4-H. Doris 17 won second vre of •til and a rib ion last year. She is a senior at Armstrong High School and will participate in this year's show. Doris' brother. Lacy. Jr is known by his relatives and fiiend? a? either "Larv" and “Junior” This will bo ihe 15-year-old lad'.- find -ntrancc into show com pet ’1 on Th-* boy belongs to the NFA and is ~ 4-H member. The girl will show a .Terse' 1 while her brother will eritot a Guernsey The eider Lacy father of the two children, is proud of then paru*"- oatinc in he riaiw competition Na turally ne work:: with them in every wt-y hr can. R *T. McNeill. Negro •• ■•a- I ,-nt. h !, s been teaching the ymm *• l -tors ho*, io prepare their animals I for Ihe show Ellerbe Set For Opening Os Market ELLBRBEE This thriving httk i Richmond County town is all *r. j for tne opening of the tobacco mar ; ket, Thursday. B B. Covington | sales supervisor, told the CAROL I INI AN i, at the two houses are we! ! staffed and will be ready to hen | die any and all loads brought U j the market. The two ware houses. The Harm res and the Richmond County ai< I located in the heart of the tow. i and arc easily accessible to tin j highways running thru the town j The management of the two house | will accept calls for space. Dial Ki I ifcrboe 3716 or 2156 in order to re [ serve Door space. 'ATRONISMS OY R ADVERTISED. t3k I WETTKVTLLE MASONS are shown with Worshipful Master, Larry Elliott-, seated in the middle as shev make plans for the Order. They are members of Silver Lodge. No. 791, Fayetteville. Seated with Mr. Elliott ire Freddie Bell and Charles VC Noland, Standing. 1-r, Alexander Barnes, Moses Melvin, B. A. Me- Gear by, s’resttc liailard and Archie L. Smith. Wendell Tobacco Sales Topping All Records, Roy Clark Declares V. NM'DLL According to Roy j Clark. Wi- ,* ;i I - cco sales : are top : nil records. A high of ! $72.00 pet hundred pounds is said | to have been reached last week. ! t : ; ,s tw ins :o;,t farmers who bring j their to:- teco to this lit tier Wake j County tarri'in:* center are leaving j with no.hing but smiles or, their faces. He looks forward to the most -utces. ' < selling season that the ! tow: nos ever "*Ur ■'ssed. He as- ! specs t iC farmer that plenty floor spaefe s siv:*:!afch; and that they ; vlli i.-i -• vo the no* l courteous ] trcatmei t at any of the houses. Mi*. C’ark i- u. supervisor of l saica and has worked out a very : 1 otoosiiiv program v.-ilh the mer- i I chants and urge that farmers pat- i ’ -0n,,.e toe mcichants listed in this • of the CAROLINIAN. Trend Toward: Aromatic, Turkish Tobacco The trend in North Carolina is; toward growing more aromatic, or Turkish tobacco this vear than j ever before, according to R. H Crouse, tobacco specialist- for the N. C. Agricultural Extension Set- 1 vice, ( rouse says that all indica tions point in that direction. ‘ Most of those who produce the small leas crop in 195? are planning to do more of the same next year he added. Since there is no government controls on the production of arc- j matte tobacco, farmers are In creasing their acreage. In the N. C. area, the crop, does line but requires expert at-j tention. For example, B. E. Me- j , Collum of Reidsvilie. RFD 4.. did; a good .job with his first crop last j year lie harvested 1,471 pounds! from 1.38 acres, and the crop soldi for $1,365.60. | Wray Carter of RFD 2. Reids-; ville, harvested 736 pounds from j .7 acre which brought him $707.46. | 'S he average returns for fam - ily labor used in the produc tion of aromatic tobacco range from SI to Si-50 per hour where- ail recommended prac tices* arc used, according to file specialist. Most giowcrs in Stanly County will increase their acreage accord ing to tin iv labor /supply, says j Crouse Hoirnr Talley of RFD 2, Stan-j field, .s making plans to produce; I four or five acres; and Vaudei Hart sell of Locust will produce! j nine acres. For raising this type of tobacco,: the n-.iviculr.ural specialist recom mends the well drained clay sol!;,' of the Piedmont arid Mountain areas. Reduce feed costs; fill an extra , silo. i Idle farm machinery is the mos ! costly. * m n I. ii- -r- I rTHP BEST WAY TO SET RAST SERVICE FPOM VA ON YOUR 1 CLAIM IS TO IDENTIFY IT WITH ' YOUR“C”GI? CLAIMS NUMBER | {VERY time you write va i ABOUT IT , m For full information rontact your nearaft VKTKKANtt ADMINISTRATION oflio® SELL YOUR TOBACCO —AT - STEPHENSON BROTHERS TRY US AND SEE IF EXPERIENCE DOESN’T PAY YOU Central Warehouse WENDELL, N. C, SELL YOUR TOBACCO IN i FAYETTEVILLE TWO BIG WAREHOUSES g ipgg Owned And Operated By Sin farmers: m-w*-** “*■ll m Harold Perkins m Owned and Operated By Planters: cariie Mams ‘' ' ' *" Joe Stephenson i j A Sale Everyday Fayetteville Merchants Welcomes You To FAYETTEVILLE Don’t Gamble With Disease Farmer Tarheel tobacco farmers should j < not gamble with disease that | i might cmlay transplanting or des-; troy then plants. For that reason, the N. C. Agriculture Extension Service recommends treating tobacco beds wiih fungicides for pre vention of blue mold, »nfhra enose and damping-off pays large dividends year after year. Blue meld and anthracnose itave i already been found in some areas j of North Carolina this year j Damping-off also may be a prob lem. Tne disease is favored by low temperatures and high soil mots ; lure. Failure to control these diseases could mean a shortage of plants and delay in transplanting, de pending upon the severity of the; attack. This can reduce yields in; a large way. Fiuney A. Todd, plant patholo • j gist for the N, C. Agricultural Ex-I tension Service says that all three' Sell Your TOBACCO At BIG FARMERS WAREHOUSE FAYETTEVILLE —With— HAROLD PERKINS & P. L. “BUDDY" CAMPBELL PROPRIETORS Dial PIE 2-2704 "WE HAVE NO PETS diseases can be controlled ly, tin same treatments. Any of the fungicides con taining ferbam, ?ineb r.r manee are effective when us-cd as spray or dust Treatin'tv should begin when (hr plant* are about (hr she of » duns or smaller and continued untb transplanting is complete lit* (farmer should applv two treat meats each week and tc r pli*. nts covered. If it rain •* third application ma> be dc sirablr. For flue-cured aiea. atrepotu citi is r-ot recommended but u. r festive for control of wildfire burley tobacco. A farmer may wish to ki what it will cost him to conti* ! the main tobacco diseases TV. ’ ; says that if the farmer uses f ! dust treatment, it will cost ! round $2.50 to $3 pei 100 squa • I yards. Spra.v treatment costs " round *! 30.

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