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Thursday, June 24, 1937
THE I'.EAUF OUT NEWS BEAUFORT, N.C.
Sons of Diamond Daddies Good at Baseball
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These four stalwarts of the University of Florida baseball team ought to be pretty good at the national
patime-if there i anything In the theory of heredity. All are sons of famous major league fathers, whose
names were hous? old words a few years ago. Left to right are Ed Manning, twenty, son of Ed Manning,
former pitcher for :.e St. Louis Browns; Lee Meadows, Jr., nineteen, son of Lee Meadows, old Pittsburgh Pi
rates mound ac; Jimmy Shotton, seventeen, son of Bert Shotton, a former St. Louis Cardinal, and Wilbur
White, nineteen, whole father once played third for the Chicago White Sox. - -
Says Meadow Is His
Most Fertile Field
RALEIGH, June 23 Ono of the
most productuve fields on the farm
of Joe Brown in Madison County
has not been plowed in 63 veai's.
It has been resided only otu-e,
and that was just after a flood iom ;
years ago had covered the field w , '
several inches of silt.
This two- acre meadow a.)mg &
creek runnir.ar through his farm pro
duces four to live tons of high qual
ity hay every year, an i oce:i.:ouj :
it is used to pasture cattle over
Brown to! 1 George W. Miller, farm
agent of the State College extension
service in Madison County that the
sod of perennial grasses and legumes
is so thick that none of the soil has
been lost in the past 63 years.
But from time to time when the
creek vises, deposits of silt are left
on the meadow, and today it has a
fertile topsoil several feet deep.
The spongy, porus topsoil will soak
up large quantities of rain water and
hold it long after the rain has stop
ped falling, Brown said thus the
meadow is little attested by long, dry
Miller commented that this one
field is a good demonstration of the
value of good land in making pro
ductive pastures, and of the impor
tance of soil-conserving crops to
check erosion, conseive moisture,
and build up soil fertility.
Pasturage is the cheapest form of
dairy and beef cattle fee J to be
found in the Slate, he continued. Yet
irany farmers fail to take advantage
of the possibility they have for mak
ing good, permanent pastures. As a
result, livestock production costs are
higher in North Carolina than in
most of the other States.
have about the same feed value as
a pound of coin.
Th- bumper crop of potatoes pro- j With each tnree to four pounds o:
duced in Eastern North Carolina; spuds, he said, feed at least a pound
this sp-.ing have d.iv-.n prices to a j of corn. Too many spuds will throw
W. Taylor, extension swine specialist
at State College. I
low point and made second grade and j
cull potatoes available at an unusu- I
ally low cost, he added.
Inferior grade spuds can be fed to
hogs profitably, he continued, and
this will help reduce the surplus i
i that demoralized the market. I
But be careful not to feed raw Ir
ish potatoes, he continued, as they !
: may injure the porkers.
('coke 1 spuds are nutritious and
! aur.icsi i: fed with corn, fish meal
or taiik-jg . and pasturage, explained. ,
Thre to four pounds of potatoes
the ration out of balance.
If the potatoes are boiled in salt
water they will be more palatable,
and will furnish part of the salt the
animals need. The salt water, how
ever, should be thrown away, as it U
harmful to hogs.
When thoroughly cooked, the
rpuds are easily digested and are a
S'ood soir.vs of minerals, carbohy
drates, and citamins. The skins also
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Says Potatoes Make
Excellent Hog Feed
RALEIGH, June 23 Irish pota
toes boiled in salt water make a
good, inexpensive hog feed, said H.
fille. ."nr. 'J;.--.' .esfj. JcsTJe!. Se .Ms! ial Jest
Loftln Motor Ccmpany
Miss Joyce McAllister, tvvsnl;--seven-year-old
former Santa Ear
bara, Calif., colkje student, whose
under-cover detective work is cred
ited with leading to the arrest ot
seven Chinese and a veteran federal
agent in raids on night clubs in the
Chinese quarter of Reno, Nev. The
sheriff's office and the federal nar
cotics bureau provided her with
1,000 with which she bous'nt nar
cotics, thus obtaining information
leading to the arr" .s.
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20 day tour to the Golden West Leave June 21st
MEMPHIS, WORLD'S FAIR-DALLAS. GRAND CANYON, LOS
ANGELES, HOLLYWOOD, SAN FRANCISCO, SALT LAKE.
CITY, YELLOWSTONE PARK, DENVER, COLORADO
SPRINGS, PIKES PEAK-GARDEN OF THE GODS, KANSAS
NEW ENGLAND AND CANADA
9 day tour, Leave August 9th
HEW YORK. COSTON, NEW ENGLAND STATES, THROUGH
THE VALLEYS AND OVER GREEN AND WHITE MOUN
TAINS EN ROUTE TO
MONTREAL AND QUEBEC
ST. LAWRENCE RIVER, STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE AND
MORENCY FALLS (274 feet) PASSING TROY AND ALBANY.
NIAGARA FALLS & CANADA
6 day tour leaving August 23rd
WASHINGTON, BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, CROSS LAKE
ONTARIO TO TORONTO, RETURN VIA PHILADELPHIA
WITH STOP OVER.
WASHINGTON & NEW YORK
TWO (2) TOURS, 5 days each
Leaving July 13th and August 24th
ONE NIGHT IN WASHINGTON, THREE NIGHTS AND TWO
DAYS OF SIGHTSEEING AND ENTERTAINMENT IN NEW
ALL EXPENSE PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP TOURS
For price, itinerariee and decriptie literature,
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Southern Railway Representative
Tension ! Every job's packed with it. That's why it is smart
to play along with this four star advice, make each quiet
moment count RELAX. Maybe leisure is your cue for a
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