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THE DANBURY REPORTER
SPRAYING FRI'IT TREKS
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Last year wo witnessed a severe fruit shortage, but so far this r
it looks as though wo will have a very goad crop. This, however, Wj.'. j
depend on weather conditions and th? attacks by insects. Of coarse
we cannot control the weather. but wc can keep down insects and di
feases !.y s; ravin/. There is still time t■> spray apple and peach t»v«s
and i rape vin.-s. T'le pie', ar aboV" shows hired hands •'i the M ,
L. Martin f.imi. La."«.nvill.-. .! raving his well kept appl? orchnid
Kve l . with i!. cad weather nd hail last year Mr. Martin 1; :.l :\ a's 1 ' 1
apple ciop. Kvoiyoiv is ar„e i to spray iiis trees and grape vines this j
>err. Spiayinu iv.a eri; !•• cost little and sprayed fruit brings big j
returns. For information see the Countv Agent. (Photo bv C'ty Agt.) •
Rat Control Campaign American Legion
Dates Are Named To Honor Robt. W. Hall I
By the County Agent A mem °rial service will be giv
The public schools. Health De- c ' n lor Robt ' W * Hall, deceascd > at
partment, AAA, neighborhood Haw Pond Church next Sunda :'
leaders, merchants, vocational ag- afternoon ' b >' the Le
riculture teachers. Farm Security. ®' on * Niea ' ® oone c ' st *97. Th«
Extension Service. Women's Clubs. Gold Star Citati ° n will be present-
Boy Scouts and all public spirited , ed to lhe fanij] y of - voun S Hall
'ens are urged to get our rat was J an 29, 1944, ii.
3 campaign underway. the Soulh Pacific - Htf was « 8r "-1
.. C. Whitehead, Rodent Con- ° f Mn a "' J MrS ' J ' D ' Hu » ' 1 Wal "'
. | 0 . . nut Cove, RFD.
tiol Specialist lor several south
♦ 4. u • i The program win be as follow*::
era states, will be in Stokes coun- j
ty May 23 ar.J -4 to personally' Ad ™ n * Colors.
conduct the most merciless j a - 1 ' gK-itiUpU ~y Corn
slaughter of one of man's great- m ' lndu P u ' *
est enemies. ! Sl>ri J' tu,u readi -« Prayer
™, . . .. . , jby Rev. W. R. Harris of the !
This enemy comes at night frora
. Stokcsburg Methodist Church,
the filth of hog pens to walk ov: ,
, , .., , Obituary by Adjutant E. L i
our food, our tables and our c'
thing, and through our homes. H. •
i Song, "God, Save America", b' i
wastes, carries disease germs or.!
. . . t . , High School Glee Club.
iii 3 fivt, and destroys property.
' | Letters of commendation from
The rat is the host to fleas, tick?;
'.officers by Commander Fulton.
and other insects that like tc
, I Introduction of Sneaker h-i
leave the rats lor man. i ' i
Chaplain M. O. Jones.
The rats can and will be de-j .
Mernori.il address by D. C. Kir-1
stroyed. He will be destroyed in
a direct ratio to our effort. Lv . .
~ , ! One minute silent prayer,
us all back the attack. Here i.- j
• Th. Lorcf-: Prayer," by Walnut
I Cove Glc ■ Club,
The cost for two an I t!«r ?c-' T ,. a ... n _ ...
j a')s, by Pon Tittle,
fourths pounds ol bait is $1 10 ' „ .. .
: Benediction, by Rev. V,'. R. Hat-
This is enough for an nrdit'.i'v
home, small farm, store, garage'
or o". Ivr - ' r •;; j act'.ire.
P , t T . I ~.
For large farms or 'iianv build . . " •'
a d •ill)?. oi'l-r shoild I
pnrchas. I. |
S i i :■ .• nur.lv- ■ •
'li' v to t!.o (.'o • .
'- I '' o.ii I\Vi .A r',o id !..■ •'
iM •' i: h i' .• • ... ,1.
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( iiiml /ii'"
Ma- ' . i •
l Ul'l I. ■,C . ; Of: 1') t .
' > t .?-v. !),-• t (|.>; y > pj S« '
( ..•!• h »ni••, every farm. Lea
no ri's to breed ar.d scatter fn i in. M. P. Loftis, ,
iso ri '" l ouse whose owner neglee' ! R. L. Spiiih, .lan l ,
to Fin up. C. t your money i: M '"' tin - s - A. Flinehum attende i,
hy T\l.iy 15. The deadline is M th ' Stato Dl ' mf >eiatie Convention
j5. a * Raleij'i from Danbury.
Danbury, N. C., Thur?day, May 4, 1944
LARGE GROUP IS
I CALLED UP FOR
The following are called for
pre-induction physical examina
tions May 11th at Camp Croft, £.
Claren.e Waldren Spencer
Janes Marshall Wall
I James Boon. Jr.
Dewey Curtis Knight
Ronie Fletcher Wiikins
Hugh Wilbur Chiiton
James Leonard Honer Mi.'.in
Harry Cornelius Morion
Janes Hers.'y Simmons
Royce Flctclicr Haitman
Saii.ue! Hudson Hav>in3
Lommie Royal Carter
Otis Carson Oie
Lowell William Coin
I Roy Jackson Gibson
! Harold Lee Calloway
James Weldon Smith
Porter Garfield Jessup
Ralph Vance Hutclierpon
James Ted Cox
Clarence David Hall
Gilbert Dewey Mooreiield
Junior Eurley Shelton
Russell Avery Ward
Robert Sanford Ring
Vestcr Lee Fulk
t Harry Simmons Venabie
James Herbert Ligon
Folger Edgar Rogers
Physic Columbus Booth
Johnnie Marion Frye
; Elijah Robert Sams, Jr.
i nomas Eugene Ashby
Jarvis Allen Wood
I Richard Moir Brown
! Silas Smith
I Aunice Mabe
j Percy Richard Fulk
Glenn Meadows Goff
George Leonard Fulton
! Wcl'aon C. Smith
i Frank Moore i'llley
L.-j Ernest Stewart, Jr.
1 J. M.x Cxavitt
Hunter PniTgTc Kallam
Grady Odell V;.d n
Janie*. C* !' :
Lj>.;s C i:i,u .1 V i lea
J ': . • • Otis I'll 111
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Tu :: i . sheliori
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*« 1 • i ! ' 111
i: .i! ii..- '• ' Mj.-h 11
Har. . ! 11,.
I.ath- . 11 in >i Tui'' >
Raau'i d .\! irtiu
, D. C. K ist
Herbert Crowley Marsh
Vance Lyman Alley
(Continued on back page).
KING NEWS ]
By E. P. XEWSUM
I King, May 4. —Buck Horton, ot
the U. ri. Army, stationed in Col
orado, is home on furlough.
A'eusuiii, who is un- |
' „c.i,o»i.g tieatmeni in tnc City
ixOr-pitul, \\ inston-fcaieai, .s im
I Misses Ruth and Ruby Atwoi .
St. to a new coat of paint.
The community auction sak.
whicTi is being conducted her
'►Saturday, is attracting
! ro.vu.i to town.
Fred i-.".u~ne L*. S. Navy, sta
tioned in Xew Jersey, is spendin.
a 30-day furlough with his pat
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kapri.
R. B. Delp of Pine St., was car-,
; i ied to a Winston-Salem hospita
.Tuesday where he will undergo z.
Dennis Pruitt has about fully !
, recovered from a recent illness at
I his home on South Depot St.
J The following patients under
went tonsil removal operation
here Friday: Allie Watts of Ger-
Imanton: James Tuttle of MizpaT j
and Miss Ula Mae Fulk of Vadc
There is an epidemic of mea
sles in this section at present. Ii
has affected tin school attend;.nc"
Work on the new home o;' J. W.
Fulk on East Main St. is
alonj: at a rapid rate and wil
soor. be completed.
Here's the storks report: t.jj
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Alderman, a
son; to Mr. and Mrs. Jessie East,
a son; to Mr. and Mrs. John York.
;rt son and to Mr. and Mrs. Clar
jeneo Kiger, a son.
| Relatives here have been noti
,fiid of the safe arrival of Ralph
,K. ;i; England.
i i /.crs in this section i3ay
'ihey have plenty of tobace.-
i ...a:-. T> • ci'oj; will be eti.
shart in tiiis section due to th.'-
I ji■ ""..r.b" v o." boys bein„ d;a!
' l'v Willi::n Ga-.ncr, station,
".t 1' . t S'. >r\ , \ ... W.t.i th? -,u
•n' . C: : a .
• H 1 *
•ti I ,
t ' 'l:..bly .-oi ii m i j;i
•' '• • IV. s. ns in
.ad i mora sabjei t to ; .
" ■ and to be probably ca'
ia " rionths.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. A. Rhode.? of
Madison were in town Monday
STOKES DEMOCRATS MEET IN
CONVENTION —STAND FOI:
ROOSEVELT AND FOLGER
SCOTT RE-ELECTED COUN
Democrats of Stokes in conven
tion at the court house Saturday !
endorsed President Roosevelt an
his administration, Congressman
John H. Folger. Tliad Eure, Cha:
M. Johnson and Geo. Ross Pou.
R. J. Scott was re-elected chai:
man ox the county executive cor:
mittee, and Mis 3 Laura Ellingt
vice-chaTTman, while Geo. Ban
was named as sccietary of th
Delegates and alternates were
elected to the State Democrat:
Convention at Raleigh, which is in
"B" and "C" Book
For New Tires
May 3. —All motor
ists using their cars for occupa
tional driving "B" and "C" book
drivers are eligible for new pas
senger tires effective May 1 as
a result of increased civilian allo
cations from the office of the rub
ber director, L. W. Driscoll, Dis
trict Director of OPA, has an
T.vo othrr st:ps also were ta
ken to broaden eligibility foi
1.) Motorists holding basic "A '
rations now become eligible fo:
the small remaining stock of used
tires. Grade 111, in areas whore
used tires are still available. How
ever, in areas where none aio
available, boards will be instruct
ed not to issue certifi a'.es for
2.) Light delivery trucks, pre
viously eligible for used tires
may receive n."v ix ; ..engcr tir r >,
upon d.rr.onoti.ilwi"' n-.vj.
Wa'nut Ccve High
Ik feats (JerLtianto'i
']" ■ v." , ' ■' >l2 : .i
■ i •. • ir,
i ' lio big £uns
■' '• •; • ".iili thieo hits
S'.viv.ary: Walnut Cove. 2"
runs, 16 hita and four errors.
Cermanton: 2 runs, 5 hits a: 1
six errors. •
PFC. (HAS. V. BARK
Pic. Chas. V. Barr,
Silver Star Winner,
Home on Furlough
Called to set the Reporter t -
o. Barr of King;
11. I. Barr, State highway pa
trolrnan ol High Point;
Pie. Chas. V. Barr (see cut) o2
San Diego, Calif, home on a 21-
day "tunougn. ~
All three of these fine young
men are sons of Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Barr of King.
j Chas. V. is the King boy who
was awarded the Silver Star med
al by Admiral Wra. F. Halsey for
distinguished service at Bougain
ville in the South Pacific. He is
in the STarines and has had plenty
' of action against the Japs.
Gov. Broujrhton To Be
Commence men * Orator
Wednesday At W. C ove
j Gov. Broughton will deliver the
commencement address at Walnut
Cove Wednesday night, May 10,,
'' t SP. M.
Joan Voss is veledictorian;
I Musy Elizabeth Tuttle, salutat'i»
Bill Wilkinson and Linda Ca!-
1 ' loTin, mascots. •»
Renard Griffin Injured
In Baseball Game
Ilenard Orif'in, son of Dr. a;vJ
■ Niis. E. M. Griffin of King, was
painfully inj.uvJ S m -;iy after
noon while p'-iyi-g ba«'.V.;-. !1 at
i Wlr.!" --! i. • . i.t.i tli : : -J bas«
r- !,i ho:-.I i;. an ,
•• 1 - :
t t i t ,
. K. T '
■■' ' •" fiv ,
Misses I i . y ilir .
.tin ar 1 !.; irn Mnriui Walnut
1 -o- :. ncompa- i v , ri ., v ,„.