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Robeson County Youths To Vie In Cattle Meet
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u\<> T,!(. ( ROI’S mis YEAR standing <n front *>f his fo-gharcs", for the lasi 8 years. Said .lours, "this is definitely nor be-.!
”’ ” f ,n i fhi r- n ’o '' tloodrou Is ! oi< ton--. •«I So. 6, fr ay-crop." The .lonrsrs wade 5 arrr.fi of tobacco, several arrrs nf coni,
K,t,l! * r ‘ li *‘ f )*' r " lhe., .ire from Uft to riehl. .Dm Burn- seorrs of walermeilon and more than their .share of the other crops
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'one? < or- jj> hi;, fawi!,v have been «ork>(is their farm, "no
Rapidly F :p2iicliiig Research
Brings Better Tobacco Grade
Probably one of he main rea
sons that, Not<h Carolina farmers
have continually produced a bet
ter grade oi tobacco is that re
search rapidly expanding.
Significant state interest in
tobacco research began in t 045
wtien the- General Assembly
appropriated $27,031. for re
search through the Agricul
tural 5 \perimrnt station. This
was the iii si direct appropria
tion of its kind in the state's
Remark able accotnpliyhrncnts j
* ere made in spite of a limited !
budget Oxford became known at i
c te of the world's leading tobacco!
X rearoh centers.
Stats eppropnafiorvs from tune |
fen time have made it po.-xible to 1
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PWW 4 Tims ««0I» HSAT OVIR
THE FLOO3 than «¥#r befoul ;
The revolutionary new Kiegler ,
fc- sr:nda ttie a * right through the
r f ' 'r S heart of the lire TWICE to give
, ;w *t ' f you a houseful of SUPER Floor t'■
|:.|xl IrrV- " ; ; |h : k Heat! Here's furnace comfort with-
A" fc&Vt ’Cf ‘ \ out costly pipes and registers to ,4
I! Hi install.. You save the cost wasting
. heat on the ceiling or out the chim- .
nay. See the ajmazing new Sicgler * 4
J-t* tliat pays for itself with ttie fuel it ’'
tC - s|g, iififitfjbß, saves. Buy it on a ;
5" ™t|p| MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
OIL HOME HEATER
On ie in hr & FREE hot demonstration!
222 - 224 E, 4TH ST.
LEMCERTON, N. C.
Hulane («cs E, Appliances
■ | plan a total effort of study more
> j nearly commensurate with the vi
| tal vole that, tobacco drops play in
■ | the North Carolina economy.
While (he Oxford research
staff has made significant
contributions through its ex
eeUeni work, (he ultimate goat
has rioi iH been reached,
j !he Oxford Tobacco Research
| Station v'as established in 191'J.
i From that, year until 1945. there
j was little forma! research. More
| significant., however, was a grow
j ing apppveciation in each genera -
! scion of tobacco farmers for the i
j need of scientific discovery.
| Fifteen per cent of alt fertilizer i
| mixtures today eve granulated, it |
1 is estimated.
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LAO 1 GRUMBLER, JR., is hrushinp his anim;ii readying him for 'bis v< .-k's Smithe.i d Di-.lrv
Gall show Pictured with young Lacy is E. T. McNeil. Negro fain, agent in Cutnbeiland, (PHOIO GOI R
■VESA FAYETTEVILLE OBSEKVEKI
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Boris CRt’MPLER is shown here with her father. Lac.v f omnler oi the Car*err* section of f iini
herland County She is sandnapering ihe row’s liovt:.-, to make them prettier mil «vill enter th i rum a I
; in the show Rep*ember 1-5. i PHOTO COURTESY FA VETTEA'ILI.E' OHSERV E R).
3 Women’s Programs Highlight
Opening Activities At N. C. C.
DURHAM — 1 Three women s pro
grams highlight pre-school activi
ties at North C.hfroiina College du
ring September 7-15.
A fifth in service training sem
inar for women's personnel staff
will be hold September 7-3 follow
ed by a two day seminar for sen
ior counselors anil big sisters Sep
j lumber 9-1 o and a two-day work
shop for women student leaders
Beginning at an 8 a. m break
last Sept. 7 (Sundayi, the wo
men s oersomiel staff session
npe.n» devotion* to be. led hr
Miss Mildred Wilson- Repo* ting
at the meeting will be M**s
Thelma Benson and Mrs Net
Miss Denson will also join parti
cipants In an afternoon session ’that
continues discussion of the theme.
Current Concerns of Residence
Counselors in the Light of Present
Day Educations! Problems”
Other afternoon discussants are
Mrs. Katherine Thompson. Mrs.
Helen Hamond, adn Mrs Ada
Miss Louise M Latham, dean of
women, and coordinator of the
three sessions, will serve as discuss
• •>n leader for the first meeting of
the seminar for senior Counselors
and big sisters Morning nr-d after
noon sessions Tuesday (Sept <j»
will study the counselor's role in
| helping brsi year coeds adjust to
■ college ihe !
One hipic that will occupy
the f oup will hr a '■onsidi’ra
tion nf the differencr between
“real” leadership and 'statue
Wednesday fScpl Id' wdi bo s'v
Every Purchase |
Satisfactory Or Your
Robeson County’s Leading’
1 ,UMBFRTON —When the South
eastern District Junior Cattle Show
opens in Fayetteville Thursday,
with entries from 17 counties, thir
teen blue ribbon winners from the
7th annual Robeson County Dairy
Cattle Show, w»l he fighting for top
honors. They were winners last
The following will show their
offerings nf the show: hebcif Oal
breath, Oscar Leech, King Solo,
mon Smith Morton P, Gerald, Jac
queline Worley. Jama;. McCollum,
Jimmie McCrimou, Paul Scott.
Lary Thompson. Bfittye J. Herald,
GarvesUw Wriiaon, Truman Gerald.
;.nd Jimmie Stackhouse
Rcrl ribbon group. David Me
f-nughlin, William McNair, Janies
Barnes. Avisto Will. Ronald Town
•uic< Haywood Johnson and Na
on over to discussions of
1 'ins" and <ftw counselor s role in
NCC President Alfonso Rider
.will be the final speaker at the
end of the two day workshop
Many Quality Dairy Calves Seen
In Robeson’s Seventh Show Ring
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LUMBERTON Twenty 4-H
Club and NEA boys and girls pa
raded their quality dairy calves
in the 7th annual Robeson County
Dairy Cattle Show ring, Thursday
morning, August. 28th. held at the
Jay Gee’s Fairground. Lumberton.
Tliis affair is sponsored by the
National Bank and Scottish Bank
K. T. Re veil, vocational agricul
ture Teacher of the Red Springs
High School presided over the
program Mr. Bonner Ross brought
greetings from the Scottish Bank
and Mr Trust low brought greet
ing,, from the National Bank, Mr.
R. L. Wynn. Extension Dairy Spe
cialist, AcvT College, Greensboro,
N. C. gave a demonstration on fit
tine and showing. Mr, J. A, Spaul
ding. Sout-heestern District Farm
A.e<>nfc, Greensboro, brought greet
ings also, Mr, Walter Wooten .Jr.,
assist -ml county agent., gave the
purpose oi the show Timely tips
for danymen were given by Dr.
W. M Lewis, veterinaiian. Mr. T.
C Blalock. Dairy Specialist a-s
--aisted Mr. Wynn in Judging,
The grand champion animal
was shewn by Robert Gal
breath, reserve champion by
Truman Gerald; Showman*
melons tn December. You’ll not.
see them in the field* but there
r.m be plenty in your freezer
to perk up a winter meal. All i
melons freeze well and, better j
still, are extremely easy to pre» j
pare. ' !
'bylf S. Testing Co In*. . j
A SHOCK RESISTANT f !
j ’ m OUSTPROOF ; !
11,I 1 , ts UNBBtAKABU *, 1
a : *;M Wear d outdoor .--Fr .
- vmhPQi Atm up oce*Mo»*.
I fc* f *S Pi'fl too 17 ieweb.
h*it-R nmf dial Anti
,1 i t ««p,inoinn banrt with
UMBURTON, N V
Betty Gerald And Merten Gerald
\ TYPICAL ROBESON COUNTY TEAM ARE REAL WIN
NERS . WE ARE PLEASED TO CONGRATULATE THEM!
They Used. PURINA FEED
CAROLINA GRAIN & FEED
Robeson County’s Oldest and Best Market for Corn, Beans and
WfttK KNDIfrO «ATtnR.DAY, SEPTEMBER 6. !BSB
ship, Ist place was won by
Morton F. Gerald, and 2nd
place by Bcttye J. Gerald: Best
fritted animal, Ist place was
James McCollum and 2nd
place Morton I*. Gerald. All
of these participants received
cash prizes. Truman Gerald
also received a cash prize for
his test tube calf.
The Danish System of fudging
was used with all of the animals
being classified in one of three
groups—-Wue, icd and white. The
blues received $lO. and reds $7.
there were no white, ribbon ani
mals in the show.
The winners were 'Blue ribbon
group) Robert Galbieath. Oscar
Leach. King Solomon Smith, Mor
ton P. Gerald, Jacqueline Worley,
Janie,x McCollum, Jimmie Mr-
Crimmon rani Scoti Lany
Thompson. Bcttye J, Gerald. Gar
vester Watson, Truman Gerald.
A im ELY
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I” Building Formerly Occupied Bv
Fleishman’s On K!m Street Lumbert-*it
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P** k»Mt ob cotton
8 l * t,lu DRESS - -
This Dress will Be oiven with The
Purchase of Any Regular 5.25 00
Ladies Coat ‘ si 0«o
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HERE ARE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS
LADIES COATS LADIES SHOES
$7 oft lo $1 ft 00 ?! 00
SILK DRESSES GIRI.S DRESSES
$1.26 sflc *e JI °ft
COTTON DRESSES KIDS COATS
75<* »« 51.23 SI-30 to S.T 50
SLIPS KIDS SHOES
-Or to 7fir 75c *n $1,50
ALSO MEN’S CLOTHING . . -
SHOES top rn ATS
to 51 fiO $5 00 to 38,50
SPORT COATS SUITS
$.1.60 57-00 to $lO 00
DRESS SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS
SI ftft Vie.
Lumberton Has Never Seen
Anything Like This-Come & See!
Jerry’s Thrift Shop
sl7 N Elm street Lumb«ttoa
and Jimmie Stackhouse,
(Red ribbon gi-oup) David Mc-
Laughlin, William lAdNn.ii*, James
Barnes, Aristo Hill, Ronald
Townsend, Haywood Johnson, and
Refreshments were donated by
the Coca-Cola Bottle Company for
ail the 125 participants present.
Committee for the cattle show
were: Finance, H, G, Thompson,
R, W. Sawyers, and Bruce Har
groves; Reireshmcnt, E. R. Cause.
11. H. Robinson, Mrs. H. Torain;
Registration: II v Mebane, Mi : s
M. L Butler; Program, E. T. Re
vel!, Bruce Hargroves, E. S. Quick
and Mrs E. H, Whitley; Ground.
Walter Wooten. Jr., and Benjamin
All of Ihe hh ip ribbon winners
w ill take part in the Southeastern
District Junior Dairy Cattle Show
which will be held September 4-5.
1358 in. Fayetteville. N C