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The Willistui Home Demonstra
tion club met Wednesday, Feb. 3 at
tin: home of Mrs. Lula Willis, with
Mrs. Uu'iy Willis, president, presid
ing. Ml officers and fourteen nifni
bui - were present, club score for
iminth was Tt'i.
Four leaders cave reports on their
pioj.-ets. Mrs. Lula Willis was ap
pointed one of the Foods and Nutri
tion Leaders to work with Mrs. Irene
Willis. Mrs. Lillian Wade was appoint
ed Food Conservation Leader. The
Dairy Project Leader of this club
aims to cooperate with Dairy Leaders
of other clubs in securing a man
from Raleigh to have our cows test
ed for tuberculosis, a membership j
drive was put on. j
M: s Clark, assisted by Mrs. Irene j
Willis, roods and Nutrition Leader
who attended Leader school held by
Miss Sally Brooks, the State College
assistant specialist in Beaufort in
January gave a very helpful and in
teresting demonstration on dishes
from the pantry shelves.
At the close of the meeting a very
comical song was sung by all. The
next meeting will be held at Mrs.
Irene Willis on March 3 at
Mrs. Sophia Lupton and daughter
Callie are spending the; week with
relatives at Cedar Island.
Mrs. Amanda Willis and Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Hunnings and baby visit
ed relatives at Marshillberg Sunday
Mrs. Charles Pake spent Monday
at Beaufort with Mrs. William Willis.
Mr. Roy Dickinson and Jimmie
Lupton attended a dance at Newport
Mr. and Mrs. Woslty Willis of
Williston visited Mr. and Mrs. Mon
roe Simpson Sunday night.
Miss Mary B. Brooks and Miss
Annie C. Styron of Beaufort visited
Vera Pake Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Monroe Simpson, Mrs. Char
lie Pake, Mrs. William Willis and
Mrs. Toinmie Simpson gave thai.1
mother a surprise birthday party las'.
Wednesday afternoon. Many i'ritfrvi
called bringing lovely gifts refresh
ments were served by the hostess-.:
after which the guests departed
wishing Mrs. Pake many more ha;- :
py birthdays. I
Dr. McKimmon, State
Home Agent, Resigns
RALEIGH, FEB. 10 The retire
of Dr. Jane S. McKimmon as State
home demonstration agent for the
State College extension service, af '
ter 25 years of loyal service to the
rural women and girls of Noith Car
c!i": wis announced lato last week, i
Although she is relinquishing her
work as State home agent, she will 1
continue as an assistant director of
the extension service, in which ca- ;
pacity she will have less exacting du
ties of iin advisory nature. j
The announcement was made at a
metting of the home demonstration
st:Vr by Dean I. O. Schaub, exten
sion director, who so: ! Misj Ruth
Cu: rent, district a :- it ar.d cxton-
t in 4-H Tii!".'
- l th
!.Ke(l to no
ius duties of
I believe he
"(ase in it s
s in years."
he wishes to
will not let his wo:
evictions as he inci'.-a:
She is also said that
write the story of the
of home demonstration
the small handful of girls who were
members of the first iomato club in
1011 to a State-wide institution
reaching more than 55,000 rural
girls and women.
.For the past six or eight months,
D". McKimmon has been editing
"the very interesting things farm
women write of their experiences in
the country, "and she said she would
Lr. tt. 1V1. Hendnx
j.i in j. m. i:ju to 3 r. (VI.
0 to 12 A. M. 1:30 to 5 P
Office Potter Building
Over the postoffice
Now located in New Offices
Phone 620 New Bern
like to continue this work "in a more
definite and organized way."
In his reply. Dean Schaub paid
high t'ibute to her "personality, en
thusiasm, faith, and sound guidance'
which he said have meant more to the
rural life of North Carolina than
can be measured by ordinary stand
ards. "As a result of your efforts,
North Carolina is a better place in
which to live," he told Dr. McKim
nioii, After expressing his rigret over
her resignation as State agent, the
dean said, "We rejoice th.itjwe sh:-!!
not lose you entirely. We expec!
your cuun.-:tl and advi.-e on many
matt:'!." l'r.)r'. tinis to time."
At p c P.'. MvIUmr.ion pluru
to sp-v.d a two-months 'a.'utj).-. I.;
Winter Haven, I I - - - '.u. ?, iter wliic'i
she will return to th. college.
She is the only one of the five or
iginal home a.:ents left in the service
in the United ..v. v.. ;. In this State
she built up the Lome demonstration
division into a corps of trained spec
ialists to gether with TO county home
agents and 12 Negro home agents.
Dr. McKimmon has been given na
tional recognition for the efficiency
and effectiveness of home demonstra
tion work in North Carolina. Just a
few weeks ago she was awarded the
distinguished service ruby by Epsilon
Sigma Phi, National extension froter
nity. This is considered the highest
professional honor that can be con
ferred upon an extension worker.
She is a graduate of Peace Junioi
College and of State College, with i
Master's doarree from State and an
honoiary Doctor's decree, from the
University of North Carolina at
Miss Current, new
a r..-.t:v;- of Rc-van Csv
li ate ot
'..re. I.';':; ris'inburg, Virginia.
edi" ;-i.e:r.': h me agent of Iredell
County :.i i.i27 an) was advanced to
::strif ::;e:U o: th? northwestern
North C-.-olina d.strict in 103'). For
the pas' rive years she has also serv
ed as c'i. eto. of the annual farm
women's short course at State Col
lege, as weil as aet.T as 4-H girls'
4-H Club Boy Wins A
RALEIGH, Fob. 10 Carnsy Da
vis is a Davidson County 4-H club
who has learned a lot
: bo ut rais
j ing c-'v.s, but he says he
I lea: n .r. ve.
I Pi i s u nn "u?.l
v- on i
'l . holarship was offered by the
" ' Carolina Cottonseed Crushers
' Nation to the 4-H calf club mem
her in this State nishing the best rcc-
Davis started caif work in 1030
when he was 11 years old. He
hept a careful record on his first calf,
Terrace Farm's Glow, and got in the
habit of keeping records on all his,
In 1032 ho started a record on
Rtdfoi's of Jrgonetto, who produced
! 0,175.8 pounds of milk and 480.7
j pounds of butterfat the folowing
year. This iua!'.P.ed her for advanc
i ed registry v. i.-h the American Guer
! nsey Cattle Chib.
Diseustm; uavis' record, Harrill
pointer! .-.ut that in seven years of
club voih, the boy h s exhibitde his
animals at the State Fair six times
and won in ;r:. v.oney !s2;i.37 a
bove the er st . .child; ing them.
D. W. MORTON
Fire and Casualty Insurance
BEAUFORT. N. C.
Doa'tLet Others Fool
Come and See for Yourself
We Give the Best Money
Next to Post Ojfice
C. H. BUSHALL
Fire, Health, Accident,
Real Estate Bought
Will Write Your Bond
Hill BWg. Beaufort, N. C.
THE BEAUFORT NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1937
His record books show a profit of
? 1.6,".-). 31. He has eight purebred
Gu:rnseys valued ai $700, and has
sold 540,1 worth of calves and heif
ers. He now has four animals in
milk. These animals were not includ
ed in the profit column of his record
Davis graduated from the Church
land high school last year and plans
to enter State Colege next fall, Har-i-i
11 stated. His record was made un
der the supervision of P. M. Hen
dricks, county agent and A. M. Har
As Valuable Legume
RALEIGH, Feb. 10 Lespedeza is
recognized as one of the best crops a
farmer can grow to conserve mois
ture, check erosion and add nitrogen
and organic matter to the soil.
Lespedeza fields also may be
counted in a fanner's soil-conserving
acreage, and they will help him
.a; a soil-building payments under the
February is the best time to sow
Common, Tennessee 76, and Kobe
lespedeza seed, said E, C. Blair, ex-
tension agronomist at State College.:
The best method to sow these vari- F. Brooks, 50c; Carolyn Chadwick,
ties is to 'drill the seed in on top of i $1.00; Mrs. S. Gatlin, 90c; A. Jor
small grain, he said, with the seed ! SI. 00; Ella Parker, 50c; Henri
not being drilled in too deep. ettn Tu'ford 80c; E. Harker, $1.00;
Around 150 to 200 pounds of 16 . Hotti- Ward, $1.00; Guy Parker,
per cent superphosphate to the acre i
should be drilled in with the seed
When drilling, 20 to 25 pounds of
seed is adequate for taa acre, but if
the seed is broadcast, 40 to 50
pounds will be needed to produce a
good stand, Blair added.
When lespedeza is sown broadcast,
the ground should be harrowed light
ly either just before or just after tha
seed is sown.
Blair explained that when lesped
eza is sown on land from, -.vhich soil
depleting crops as small grain are
harvested this year, the acreage will
be counted 50 per cent soil-conserving.
But when lespedeza is grown on
land where no soil-depleting crrps
are h,ti vested, each acre of lespe.;.- :
v.iil count as a full acre of soil- con
serving crops in determining a
The soil-building ailowar.ee is the
maximum amount of soil-building
payments a farmer will be eligible to
earn. In most cases it will be $1 for
-ne normal acreage of soil-conserving
chops on a farm, plus the nam
ber of acres shifted from depleting
to conserving crops.
CARD OF THANKS
- c K'eaUy appreciate tne many
Kind ueecis and expressions of sym
pathy extended us during the sick
ness and death of our beloved hus
band and father.
Mrs. W. H. Gaskins, and
LIBRARY REPORT MADE
drive that has been
the Beaufort High
-.) has been, accord-
ing to the reports made last night in
the meetina, very successful so far.
T t i
i ne enairman of the committee
sent out to raise money for the li
brary, Mr. John Pasteur, after receiv
ing the reports of the various mem
bers and their money anounced that
a total of seventy dollars had been
ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE
J. O. Barbour, Mgr.
BEAUFORT, N. C.
Day Phone 331-1 Nito Phone342-6
By showing thought and a
truly sympathetic atti
tude, our service always
wins appreciation of fam
ily and friends.
The perfect precision and
the quiet smoothness of
ceremonies conducted by
U '. prove we have a thoro
: raining and understand
ing of our professional
Night 375-6 Day 375-1
Adair & Rice
BEAUFORT, N. C.
raised for the books. This report
does not however end the drive.
A list of the amount of Money re
portel by the commi'tee.-, is as fol
lows: Mrs. Eva Smith and Miss Helen
Davis, teacher 9.00
Mrs. Florence Fulford, Miss J.
U. Tutt 2.07
Mrs. Henrietta Fulford. Miss Le
ola Riddick - 5.10
Mrs. Lillian Chadwick, Mrs. T.
Fred Allen 10.10
Mrs Mamie Jord'an, Miss M. A.
Mrs Matreie M. Oden, M. J. M.
Hodee' - 7.00
Mrs. C. Jones,
Miss Ella Spar-
Mrs. C. Simmons,
Mrs. L. T.
Mrs. Ruth Harkers, Mr. O
Mr. John Pasteur, Mrs. C.
Colic. toil in the meeting - .83
Because of the space it is impos
sible to give the names of all who
contributed to this cause, but the
following are those who contributed
fifty cents or more: John Windley,
Si.00; Mrs. C. M. Hodge, $1.00; N
50c; Mary Fisher, $1.00; W. J. John
son, 50c; G. Spairow, $1.00; Levi
Wilson, ?1. 00; L. Martin, $1.00; N.
C. Calhoun, SI. 00- ,T. Davis, 50c;
James Holland, ..io; W. Bailey,
50c: J. House. $1.00: Mr. Bell. $1.00:
We also thank our other friend'
for the amounts they gave. Also
Lawyer Wheatly for the volumes of
books hedonated to the school. Wt
will appreciate anything our friends
in Beaufort at large have to give us.
Eastern Carolina farmers are ar
ranadng to have their brood sows
farrow on clean ground where hog?
have not run during the past year as
a method of controlling parasites in
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween Richard Felton and Claud V.
Felton for the purpose of carrying
on a mercantile business in the Town
of Beaufort, Carteret County, North
Carolina, under the stylo and firm
name of Richard Felton and Son, has
been dissolved. The said Claud V.
Felton will continue the said business
as the sole owner thereof. The said
Claud V. Felton assumes and will
liquidate all unpaid accounts and ob
ligations of said firm. All accounts
owing to said firm are to be paid to
said Claud V. Felton.
CLAUD V. FELTON.
B. A. BELL
Your Jeweler for 25 Years
Repair work efficiently and
NEXT DOOR POSTOFFICE
Support The Chamber of Commerce
'ont let tonight cowyou...tomorrow j
"This morning," barks the
Believe your bell's more clear
The cow moos, I forgot, last
To call for CALVE RT hence,
NOTICE CF SALE OF REAL
Under and by vi
of he provis
i; ns of Section
os of the Conso'.i-
of North Carolina.
power of sale contained in
that certain mortgage executed and
delivered by Waldron Bailey and
wife, Marie A. Bailey, to George N.
Hutton. bearine date March 2nd,
102(1, ani registered in the office of
trts Kegisier oi ueeua lur wnem
I County, North Carolina, in Book
Number 50, at page 285, default
I having been made in tne payment oi
the indebtedness thereby secured,
the undersigned Executors of George
N. Hutton, deceased, on the 1st day
of March, 1D37, at two o'clock P. M.,!
at the Court House Poor of Carter
et County, in Beaufort, North Caro
lina, will sell to th'. highest bidder
for cash a one-half undivided inter
est in that certain tract of land ly
ing and being in White Oak Town
ship, Carteret County, North Caro
lina, which is more fully described
Lying on the North side of Bogue
Sound and bounded as follows:
BEGININING at a stake in the
West prong of Sanders Creek on the
East side of Road, then with the
Koad South 40 degrees West 165
feet; then with the Road South 5
degrees East 108 feet; then with
the Road South 35 degrees East 108
feet; then with the Koad North 80
degrees East 02 feet to fence; then
along the fence South 20 degrees
East 853 feet; then along fence
South 4 1-2 degrees East 1285 feet
to the shore; then Jong the shore
South 78 degrees East 588 feett then
GEO. T. WOOLARD
Give Him Your Next
Subscription or Renewal
ALSO HOME DELIVERY
BEAUFORT, N. C.
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SiT"2 'Z2eL CH"Y" ClVMT- -PUStRVf BUNDED wniwiv-o
mm MUttVI aalrkta.. CAlVf BT't .( JMAl eu rukin ivuievrv . mm . . -
along the shore South fitf degrees
East 132 feet; then along the sliora
Xorth -J den.v-es East 1 5 f left; trVtt
along the shore North 8: degrees
East 170 feet to fence; then along
fence North 15 degrees West 2722
feet; then North 53 degrees East
577 feet to Road; then North 15 de
grees East 588 feet to stake in
Pond; then North 15 degrees West
330 feet to Pocosin; then North 80
degrees West 231 feet; then South
5 degrees East 3381 feet to old
Road; then along Road North 80 de
grees West 1330 feet; then North
52 1-2 degrees West 588 feet to the
run of the West prong of Sanders
Creek; then down and with its vari
ous meanders of the run of said
Creek to the place of beginning
Containing 150 acres, moie or less.
This being the same land known as
the W. W. Weeks Plantation, and
being the interest of the said Mort
gagors as conveyed to them by deed
of Robert M. Weeks and others, to
George N. Hutton and Waldron
Bailey, of date March 2nd, 1926.
This the 27th day of January,
FIRST SECURITY TRUST CO.,
A. B. Hutton,
G. Norman Hutton,
Executors of George N. Huton,
Dr. C. S. Maxwell
10 A. M. to 12 M and by
We Are Now Prepared
To Do Ycur
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this wayi 1 short dash of bitters; i
Italian Vermouth) CAIVCRT'S
"Reserve." Add Ice and stir well.
Serve in chilled glass Willi cherry; top
off with twist of orange peel.
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