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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, October 18, 1958, Page 13, Image 13

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... . • • ......... .. . ■ ... v •., ■■ ‘ "X^ vjSF ' ' ' '' ' i ■ ■ ' ■ v ■'r ■ ■ *■ V- * ft/.- H -’T ■ O. ft STOVALL OP THE ! DRAKE COMMUNITY in Nash j County shows off his family size i sweet potato house, the first in the county. The insulated and e- ! Nash Chicken Exhibit Wins Ist Place At County Fair j NASHVILLE—The Nash County Negro 4-H Club Exhibit. "Make Chickens Pay the 4-H Way,” won 8 YEARS OLD s^>4s fes 4 PINT $095 . B 4/5 QUART I are j ißw#irs i 9 *6r~if / CLUB U, k VBOURBON')) i BeLLOK Club Bourbon BELLOWS & COMPANY LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON VflflSßf? ? 36 PROOF DISTRIBUTED BY NATIOfIAu f DISTfI.Lf.RS PRODUCTS CO. | 1 ! ! lectrically heated cement block house, which can be built for ; *2OO or less, will cure and store I K 4 bushels of sweet potatoes. ■ i first place in its division and the i ; j coveted Chambliss award for the j i ; best educational exhibit, at the j ! Rocky Mount Fair held recently. | The exhibit was designed to | show the proper types of build- | ings and equipment needed to f brood chickens, raise pullets, and j manage laying hens for profitable j egg production. Breeding Eggs j To Boost Tan Farmer’s Purse ] NASHVILLE Athean Deans: | j plans to increase his net annual j income by $1,700 to $2,000 through ! the addition of a poultry enter- \ prise on his 45-acre farm m the j Stricklands Cross Roads Commu- j nity He purchased 1.200 day-old j chicks about the middle of April | and will start collecting a harvest j of eggs in early October. The eggs j will be sold for hatching purposes j to a Wilson teed company which, ! in turn, will hatch and sell the ; chicks to broiler producers. Deans is the first Negro far- ; mer in the county to go into breeder egg production on a commercial basis. He has a i contract with the Wilson Co. which guarantees him a mini mum return of 55 cents per ! dor. for all the eggs he pro duces. The price may vary up ward. depending on market conditions, but not downward. Deans’ poultry flock, which Includes 1,000 hens and I'tO roosters, will produce from 14 to 37 thousand rforen eggs an nually. Even at the minimum rate of 55 cents per dozen, this will mean a gross annual in come of $7,700 to $9,350. Feed and other expenses will a mount to $5,000 to $7,000 which will leave net profits of $4,700 or more. The enterprising farmer got into the breeder egg business on the ad vice of W. F. Wright and Paul P. Thompson. Negro Farm Agents, j When he purchased his chicks in j April, he had no place to house j them so he used two tobacco barns j for temporary quartern Since that ! lime he has built a modern poul- j try house with the aid of a loan from a local lending agency. The i house is 20 feet v ide and 134 feet i long, has an aluminum roof which ! reflects the heat, and screen wire j sides which can be covered during ! the winter months. The earth floor { is covered with wood shavings for ! sanitation purposes. Water troughs j run down each side of the build- i ing. and feed containers are hung i front the ceiling down the center ; of the house. One of the major advantages of i Deans’ poultry enterprise is that j it involved only a small outlay in j cash Under terms of his contract j with the feed company, he will no* j begm paying for feed until his j hens start laying. As he sells eggs. ! While away the FAMIT staff | members pursued post graduate j work at six universities. I It Pays To ADVERTISE - ! I COMPLIMENTS OF 11 1 City Industrial Bank ft of Rocky Mount, N, C. S (Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation he will use part of the income to pay foi the feed. His poultry house and equipment, which cost an es timated $3,000 wa s financed through a loan which will bo re tired over a five-year period. COMPII MENTIS QUINN’S INCORPORATED A COMPLETE LINE OF HOME FURNISHINGS Phone 2-2171 Rocky Mount. N. C. inr r i Compliments Os TULLOSS TRACTOR COMPANY. INC. | ‘"Your John Deere Dealer” Rocky Mount, N. C. I JOHN TULLOSS, President j Vmm in-rrri-r un-inTTmnin' Compliments Os WILCQTT FINANCE 00. If It Is Money You Need, See Us! We Make Household, Personal arid Automobile Loans Dial 2-5410 j W. S, SWAIN, JR., Manager ! 186 N, MAIN ST. ROCKY MOUNT. N. C. j I | -r-n-nir ir u" ¥ii i n ri-|iii ~iMMiiii iuiuiinii~ Compliments Os MR. FARMER... You can purchase up lo $ ‘OO,OO worth of Clothing: and settle your Account in the Fall. 0. K. CREDIT CLOTHING COMPANY j 178 Ma in St. Rocky Mount, N. C, Compliments Os CHARLES DEPARTMENT STORE in Rocky Mount It’s CHARLES—Famous for LOW PRICES! . ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. LILES & LONG MOTORS INCORPORATED STUDERAKER PACKARD I SALES AND SERVICE ftwwwwnn rawww n" ** »—> want* ' hkjm. l ■>»>>■»,' *■*>*•»»** Telephone 2-4184 . 942 N. Church St. Rocky Mount, N. C. rriurriiiiri lrmmriTurnrnani ■ idiimn ih h. Compliments Os Anderson & Mohorn, Inc. MASSEY-FERGUSON Dial 2-1372 Rocky Mount, N. C. With geod management, Deans expects to pay his loan, pay for his feed, and siiii get a substantial return on his in vestment of labor. And Deans has indicated that he is a good f;irm manager. Out of hie origi- i ual 1,200 chicks, he lost only 20, Tbo average loss in raising this many chicks is i2C, or 10 per cent. In addition to his poultry flock, i rm n 11,1 m«ww—iwnnimiin ■»ii»-iw«MPi«;«MMrwnnnirwMiiiiinim M i a Minm„. I Compliments Os ROCKY MOUNT FCX SERVICE j FEED. IE ED, FERTILIZERS & FARM SUPPLIES | Dial 6-4233 Rocky Mount, N. (’. j (iiiOßOt it. W ILSON. Manager DAY OUT! IT PAYS to SHOP ,^c^ V{llKS ' . fjix—its ■§ ! j i»|g| v - _ ~~~Z!Z&C(NT£ft‘ ROCKY MOUNT’S LARGEST DEPT. STORE < ,^- J r— J .«^».^»^. Mrmn ., M7ilTtTltri¥|tlM[ . |inrWfMMni -. in riwn null■ ~ __ OPEN FRIDAY g% 1 i and Til MONDAY NIGHTS M ' I t jl> <mi n i in I I NATION-WIDE EVENT...WHEN ALL AMERICA SHOPS AND SAVES! LAST 4 DAYS " ' ■ ' **» ' ‘' BSAJ.E! 30" SIGNATUf . electric range with 23 ven *■* or waist-hi broiler goes on automata tally, shuts itself off at set tim Fas) WITH TRADE Mia-ofube surface units hove heel settings. Clock controls appliance outlet. TWO SPEAKER PORTABLE PHOHO P!oy< 4 speeds, ban n"d treble control. SZtSW - -JSv -- --"Try nr -rr-jrry- lirt<yn I J >| , I - —■■— I pi lyn, MtMwtVMlinti, .... I " ?". , ™P"I tatpraw, ... . ....'l.. I with trade J efficiently heats 3-4 rooms I jll iti Built-in automatic ther- AAQC Exclusive Mini-flarm. pilot AIQC I mostaf.Sfraightline design, save* oil. Large oval §*/«?'' | Mini-flow pilot saves oil. WT burner for more heat. V 8 | >'", ‘ Jlfit 5-6 Room Sir* TO4OS ... . . Shadow mahogany finish. a I 3-4 Rm. Sure, Blond 69.95 wW» trad* is ihhiiiiiM mi* r i 1 w wmiimii 1 0 f** “t \f **»# t ?vr*r ■&,*?■ /"** * X U> «i. , w, r j Deans has three acres of tobacco, ! four seres of cotton, 10 acres of corn, one acre of watermelons, one half acre of sweet potatoes, two acres of pasture and two seres of < hay crops. i ’■ 1 r ' 'ivd^i SAlfl SpfCfAi BROADIOOM OFFER HMo all*woo!. Ft*# *>erf, fastaffa« Hon. So. yd. 9.95 THE CAHOLINIAH I WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, OCTOBER I*. 1958 “Lay-A-Way Toys Now for Christmas” Bobbitt’s Aoto & Hobby Store i »*• SUNSET AVENUE ROCKY MOUNT, N. 0. BODV?.' 1 ' sleeping eyes ' HOOTED REAL! f ? i '% ‘ ISTIC BLONDE '% OR BRUNETTE ’ ;1 42* HAIR, 4; Blue or Pink taffeta bouffant { 1 Pv «'ning dres* trimmed in ■<■ stiver with net overlay }jc Imitation Silver-blue Mink Stole T • t Pearl earring* ***** Hefl Evening Supper* j Alfl.- Jf jr Individual gift boxed .Not# Onlys3 98 * ‘ 0 ‘While they test: SALE! SPECIAL CARPET OFFER I AD-nylon twist. Cct* pad, irutollo- Miv, Sq. yd, 8.35 t ■ ■-p* ..,'~.i,t.' ' I Airline 21* TV console with j finger tip front tuning Sltm-Pook TV ho* e full 21* sac 4% overall diagonal tube. Tinted V 9 /U safety glass removes'for * cleaning. Rich mahogany I finish, blond floitfs, SW mors, 13

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