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Both the mare and ''colt will be
. tinues to work, he t.)id. However,!
the colt should be allowed to nurse
in the morning and in the after-
; Mra, S. P." Watson and
l.o lift Thurs Uy moin-
hump in New York,
t 'itulnpd'wlth a . chicken J
i ixwclla Mill, near here, !
;.ti-uoon.' Sandwiches. I
4, i-.;d tea, etc, in adcli- i. - 0 "
: , ...,! I !Th. Tonnhoir Urailo Mnltflra Hlllb,
, enjoyed a Je-' met at the home of Mrs. E.- 3. . noon, faring t,.,t few weeks
- , . ti the pmul . I Wells. Tuesday. June 18. The meet- 'Take good core of your- work
.- ,d nt included: Mrs. I big was called to order by the Pres animals," he a 1 led. W pros
".a Idly Watson, Mifas ' Mrs. J. L. Wells. The club 8angtrationS can be prevented by allow
"l 51 TLM-l'Th Son of the Open Country." S the stock to drink regularly
(AVVUll, WILL, - j i . - -
t cii.i family, Mr. and Mrs. j after, which it repeated tne
i .npa Mr."-and Mrs. 1 L. R. collect
never ( i
i pet leut't,
er two or three
t generally used
! (; t- Only experience
iu. . i uld use the No. 10
as tl u tLfflcult to sterilize
-on d container. Corn,
i, t or pumpkin should
up In a No. 10 can.
;j the' necessary ex
; beans " .tomatoes,
., peaches, pears, and
. ay be successfully
:ie large containers. .
lllh. through the day and by keeping
The minutes were' read Plentv ot 8alt ln the pas-
. .. - - m l ' 4..i ,rt -...-.II nrna r.ol1ari TTnrtn. tCk lUreS. r , 1 . .. :
. tth Tv,,r t .t" nnd head of old business the library "A good pasture, with plenty of
Turner Mr. ?' and Mrs. project was discussed and the com-' salt, will reduce the feed bill, tone j '
nth, Mr. J. A. woriey ana , iiuiiee ior aiuiio .gave oi en- - . , i
. yments .
. r . $2,000,000
Miss Bessie Worley, Mr.'courging report. The questions or more eomrori, on noi mgnw ana en(.
nle stroud, Mr. and Mrs. ; senaing me winning icuuer io suiui ; i .
: Turner, Unwood and Aubrey j course was discussed and the club1, t'J. .. 9 ., ".,(
' r, Floyd Heath, J.r Mr, and decided to provide the means to (ance Plan3 For ,
(. j. may nuii,.'-waub"lvlu)
:S WIS,1 .iJClia AiVj .. --' - - i
i $2,000,000 baa been
to North Carolina eot
i in the first rental pay
ment of t e 1935 cotton adjust-
K- At the close of last week, checks
'had been mailed out to approx
imately 4:;,C0 contract ---signers,
with 65,000 signers yet to be paid
i ', I . IL Wlin Il.t.lfljir BiKHClR IbU UJ UC UQ1U.
Due to the fact Uat Mrs. Mc- ' . 4.i fehCrt VOlirSC reported J. P. Criswell, of State
;i Smith, Mrs. Corbett Weston Swain was sick, we had no Jem- College. v
1 daughter, Mrs.-E E. Deaver, onstration. The leaders, however,, - rf infantile paraly- ' He also pointed out that later ln
. II. D. Maxwell, HugTi Maxwell,; gave an unusuauyjnieresung pro- Bi8 ln Northj Carolina has fed -to 'the year the. second payment will
be disbursed,. In some cases, . the
3 and Violet Maxwell, Mr.. gram. , "indefinite postponement of the 4
I . nkParrott, Mrs.-R P.: Holt,. Atter tne nostesses servea aeuc-- jj short course whichwas sched--i second payment will be larger than
r f. Rommie Holt, Mr. and Mrs. ious lemonaide and cake the cluu,ed to hel(i at state College 'the first, while in others if will be
Alton Tyndair, Sarah Lee Jarman, I adjourned to meet again with Mrs. tte latter part of July , , . Lmalier. . - t.
i sue VVilliams, Misaes josh; -. " ; - - The .state board of health- has! Criswell also announced that all
a!.d Helen Lee Parker, Rev. Law- .Mrs. G. Boyktn of Brooklyn,. that the- danger period Ji934-35 otton. adjustment . con-
rence . Kessrer, Mrs. & K. Davis N Y - Mrs Ehoc, J Vann Mr. be ovef untll 8t haye been c,eared t(J Waah,
and Miss Sarab Ann Maxwell.- and Mrs Rob S. Swingle of Wash whlch Ume u wl ,ate from the etate offlce exc t
A Circle meeting of the "Womans tagton, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. Omsr.y th(J ghort tbJs year a(w he,d technicalities..-
Auxiliary of the rmK tun, neuron , , peari I. O. Schaub, of State Col- , The new contracts signed this
j. F, J (.ant profe:
soils, b i adptability of
nous Bin d to the crops when fur
tilized acootding to recommenda
tions of the agronomists.
Tobacco Fliies That 1
' Four-H club boys in tfasto Co.
who are keeping record books on
their corn and tobacco, projects
find they 'are ; making ; excellent
gains at comparatively little cost.
- Twenty - thousand .'compliance
sheets ..have v been prepared for
Pitt County supervisors. Complian
ce work started, this week.
4 t 1' K'll'l P I II , C '
President , Roosevelt asks . that
politics -be kept out of relief. -.
Congress speeds ud work toward
July adjournment. i
and Smith's Presbyterian Churches
was held at the home of -Mrs. Jas
per" Smith Wednesday evening.
Mrs. T. A. Turner xonduoted the
Klhlo Rtiidv. Pinna were made to
send delegates to the Young Peo- "Miss Ruth Carr.spent last week
pies Conference to be held at end in Wilmington. . - "
White Lake soon. - ' . I Mr- Carlyle .Carr ' of' Atlantic
Present werei Mrs. T. A. Turner, City, N. vJ., is spending his vaca
Mrs. Jones Smith. Mrs. Ike Stroud, Uon with his parents,. Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Carr.
Gordon Turner son of Mr. B.
Mrs. Annie Jones, Mrs. Earl Smith,
Mrs. Floyd Heath, Miss Lular Tyn
dall and Mrs. Smith. , - ':
Mr. Jasper Smith has 'returned
from New ' York City where he
spent last week.
Pink Hill was the winner in a
base ball game played with a La
Grange team here Sunday after
noon. It was the first .game to be
played at the New George Turner
l-'ark now under construction. A
large crowd witnessed the game. ,
Mrs. f Mel vin,, Jones,' Mrs.- T. Ai
Turner and Bessie iWorley attended
a' District Meeting of the N.- C.
Federation of Home Demonstration
Clubs at Atlantic Beach Thursday.
Mrs. Fred Williams - of Klnston
and Mrs. Louis Williams and baby
of Pink Hill have returned after a
-1 -ks visit with the latters pa
is at Newport NewS, VS.
r. and Mrs. Ike Stroud were
- .iis-of Mr; and Mrs.'J.'D. brady
1 ,r Seven Springs Sunday. ,
Mrs. Allen Grady and Miss Nel
lie Whitman of Kenansvllle were
recent visitors in the home of Mrs.
Eugene Parker. " . ,
Mr. Rommie Holt has returned
to New YorkLdtv aicer attending
Commencement Exercises at the afternoon. Topic:
University oi! N. C; Mr. Holt gra-tneNegro.
duated from UuV Institution -at ' ; "
duled for this summer."
' Should ' there be a decided im
provement in the paralysis situa
tion, the dean added, it would pro
bably be air right for the club boys
Turner was drowned- at Carolina fnd &rU to ln ,ocaI meet'
Beacb Sunday afternoon. v ' ilneT ' ' -
Mrs. C. V. Holland entertained Farm and Home Week, which
a few of the young folks 6t the been scheduled for. the week
commuiiity Wednesday evening. ' July 29 through August 2, will
Mr. 'Hallle Turner of Phlladel-"' probably be held the last week in
phia, Paw is spending his vara- August or early to September, the
Uon with his father, -Mr. B. J. dean added. Attendance will be B
Turner. ' Htlted to persons over 18 years of
" Miss-Thelma Mallard of Colym-.Ke : , J, ', '
bla, S. C, Is spneding some Ume This week is an annual assem
with hsr parents, ' illr:: and Mrs.-' Wage of farm men and. - women
Thad Mallard. - ." from over theState to enjoy a
; Mrs. B .F. VanCoitrt and chll- week's outing at the college while
dren and Miss Sallle Wells "of learning about the latest develop
Brooklyn, N. Y., are spending the ' menta in agriculture and home eco
summer with Mrs. J. C. McMillan. ' nomics. . ' v"
Mrs. J.. H. -Carr and Mrs. 1 Roy Late ln the summer It is believed
Southerland of Magnolia, Mrs. H. that ' the paralysis' epidemic ; will
E. Lathan and children of Leaks-' not be serious enough to affect a-
4 vllle were guests of Mrs. Richard dults attending the convention. .
Kouse one aay last weeK . ,4 I. .
and children of Warsaw spent Sun-1 Timely Farm Ques.
day with Mrs. -R. D. Usher.
: .Genell I Bouse is'- vislUng . her
aunt, Mrs. H. E. Latham of Leaks-
Answered At College
"Out of 'Epworth"' J
" A five act play will be presented
by j. community players . in the
school building next Friday Inight,,
June 28 at 8:30 o'clock. This play
deal3 with the rise and growth of
the Methodist Movement in the
18th century.; There will be a small
admission of 10 cents and 15 cents
and the public is cordially invited.
Mrs. John : Pearman from near
Greensboro spent the- week , end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. Outlaw. -
The Womans Auxiliary met' at Poultry mash any index as to the
the Presbyterian Church Monday quality? -
'Our Work for- ' Answer: No. The value of poul-
...-.,-;.',;:'' try mash cannot he determined, by
' ' the appearance of texture. At one
- 1 -r ' ' Ume it was believed that a finely
(ground mash was more easily dl-gested-
but experience has shown
-J that, in some cases, the regrtnding
is done to hide Inferiority in qua
" llty. Certain - mash Ingredients,
. such as wheat bran should not be
ground too fine.: The-flakes - of
Outlaw's Bridge News -
Farmers Urged To
i. Raise OWII HorSeS bran in the mUture tesds to pro-
0 , Iduce bulklness which aldsdlges
" '- ,, . v ... , , ' tlon. Check carefully on the in
North Carolina farms will J al- Bee- eufflclent
ways have breed of horses and mu; u,kmegB te allowed. - - ,
les, says Prof.: Earl H. Hostetler, , . - , ;
of N.J3. State Colleger - j- , ' ' " '
I !! tJUtW UUH . WW UCU BI1UUIU AUOUB
be cultivated T " - tl
Cultivation is often of
ttint nhlmnl mttll fiwA a Moiir sola 1
WODb TV 111 X(IVJ, A V1UJ DUIV - JfifjypQf
home," he points out., .;. ; SS'J
-."Last year, North Carolina paid thln crab grass, comes" in late i?ctl0B to ther
at least 1,000,000 6utsid? - the m ms Bummer, the crop may be , ra-' 'h; j n , ; '
mr. turn aa. juo iv.4, .w. , . sate ior muies wnicn couia nave cultivated "during July -or August.! ' ;"- ,
and Mrs. Robert Parker, Elizabeth-, been produced ,-more : cheaply- at This wirftfestroy of" the -agronomy department, and
Parker, of Smuo Chapel Mr. and, home, , .. . . , , . ' 1 graM. if any .culUvatlon is done it - - "
Mrs. Luby BeU of Mt. Olive were t .IThia up a needless expen- should be' made Immediately after
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. .rar-1 B0 and also: deprives our farmers a cutting. A "spring-tooth alfalfaf-" " .- r
ker Sunday. , ' -,. q of the . money they might have harrow is tlje best lmolement for!Kodak Fllpis Developed, Eight Ex-
; Mr nnd Mrs: Colin HerrinfT vis- r in f n.ivi' nm aui r timo.raia. . u ! " ' r
- 7 -i O " .ww LU1H WULm. XII I1U U04M9 BUUU1U O. UlflU ' . . .. - mi., . . 4 .
ited to Wilson .Saturday and bvn, I ed work animals." rj ' . - ' ') harrow be used as it spliu the
Tha average farm mare can pro- crown and renders the" plants more
dueo a colt each-year and still do' suscepUble to diseases nad freez
about as much work as the other lug.' r ' ' - . J '
stock, said Prof. Hostetler, who ' - - ' ' " , ,
hag charge of -livestock research Question; What' size can is "bent
Mr .and Mrs. Jease Outlaw and
children spent ' Sunday in the Car
sey's Chapel section, ' " '
Miss Elizabeth Jordan Outlaw
of Mt. Olive returned home Sun
day after spending someUme. wtUv
her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Parker.
, The Cheerlos held a very enjoy
uble meeUng Saturday 'afternoon
'with Miss Geraldine Barwlck after
the regular program, a business
session-was held, at this time offi
cers for another year were elected
na follows: President, Miss Hazel
Outlaw; v Vice - president-, Louis
"Parker; Secretary, Miss Patience
Pnttohr Chaplin, William Sutton. A
: iij;htful social hour - closed. Ihe
-cting withi games .and refresh--!ils.
Mrs. M. L. Outlaw, Jr., was reT
( . i -1 for leader for another year.
poeure Roll and Eight Prints. 40c.
Southern Art Co. .
KENANSVILI.E, N. O. -
yJx SILK BY '
if --v ''
AT PRIC::3 YOU CAM AFFORD TO PAY u s
OUR CARS Alii: CONE OVE" : CO: IPLET EIY IN; .
OUR SHOP BEFORE THEY ARE PUT . ON I THE
MARKET. " v -
.;"V.J ; . VARREIJ r.IAXVLL, I!ep. "
1 frr I. C.
'Million Dollar. I"
St..' k. I . ''
1 1 1
ofMrs J B Wells Tiast Tnetdav who announce1 Postpone- year are now being approved by
or Mrs. J. B. wens last l-uesaay. . ment of the alBO word e om he
!2!?r. JJ-S to all the county farm and hometuaiiy all will be sent to Washing-
attended, the meeting at Carolina agenU of the stata urgtng, em to ton by the 6nd of this week, ,
. m-4.. ... ,v jfgnj payment cnecks to new
or meetings wWch have been sche-Jcontract glgner wU1 maUed
from Washington as soon as the
contracts are approved and ac
cepted there. """.
Meanwhile, around 100,000 appli
cations for Bankhead tax-exemp
tion allotments have been received
a tthe state office at State College.
Patnuon 11 KOMI and 12nODO annll-l
cations are expected. - ...
Certificates exempting 6552,000
bales from -the Bankhead tax are
available for distribution to North
Carolina growers this year.
. tJ .-! a , 4
Spray Cantaloupes .
To Control Blight
. Spraying Bordeaux mixture on
cantaloupes will control the downy
mildew blight, says E. B. Morrow,
extension horticulturist at State
College. ' i.
Unless the affected plants ? are
sprayed, he adds .they will lose
much of thelp" foliage- before the
picking "season Is 6r' had," as a'
result proddce Hnf eripr or , Vslick"
melons. ' ' . , "
The' Bordeaux mixture, which is
also recommended for other leaf
.': toefn uiwl tmt nor.
; than 2,000 run U :
. bccauM of what
tbry hav' don and can do for
DnjDlt who. ar HI. B addltiff.;
'CRAZ-V WATUK CRYSTALS u
plHlri ffatitr yiu faji man a iirvai --minprnl
whM M hcoiR CUA2Y -WATKIt
.-CRYSTALS r ,tka
from onr. natural mineral water. ....
When you think of Drugs, think
of Hoods' : ': ":;,v
Prescription Druggists , : ;
KINSTGT, N. C.
r- v,-. SEE V;.:;
W. H. Jones tfe Company
Pink Hill, N. C.
WE HAVE come to consider our part ln the life of the coramu'
nity that of a public servant. The innumerable small service
"we are able to perform; the advice we can. offer regarding fi
nancial problems; our interest, 18. community development; alt
are expressions of the part we have chosen to play to you and
to uor community.
An Institution Founed Upon Public Confidence.
Branch Banking & Trust Co.
QuesUdn: Is the appearance of Wigbta, should be sprayed on, with
enouga lorce. 10 cover me enure
plant with film of the- solution!
One application in the latter, part
of June should be enough for this
season. l4 .v,-- -.
Bordeaux may be mixed at home
with, four pounds of copper .sul
phate, four .pounds of high grade
plasterers' finishing lime or chemically-
hydrated .lime,' and one-half
pound of soap or Casein spreader
to each 50 gallons of water.- -
"ISSUES heport ox soil,
; The N7 C... Agricultural. Experi
ment StaUon Jias just prepared a I
report on North Carolina soils and
their relation to the 28 principal
crops grown ln the State. , ,
;The report is : designed to aid
farmers in , the selection of soils
best suited to the production of
"WATCH THE FORDS GO BY"
M usx ye' , ,ic about ea
, reettl oitbecat. I
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' EE THE FORD E3
'EXHIBITION AT THE CALIFORNIA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAt EXPOSITION AT SAN DIEGO
i j j ' ' ' . ' T ii i ii IT mmmmmmm!S!S!SS- ,
I See The New FORD V-8 Now On Display At
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