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t. t I'lTfVy ia Eisston. . -"jV-a
VZIIudi cji, famili-
ax'j knowm to this community as
"Uncle Xai,' whose death occur
ei at his home early Saturday
snwain;, was buried Sunday aft
ernoon in tie family cemetery.
The Atliletio Department of the
High School sponsored perform
ance bv the Tobacco lass In the
Era SJlooI auditorium Konday
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i e, t Hani.-.y afternoon ia ; i. . . I
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Urs. Peyton Whaley is" at s-,i
E; Hospital, Durham, for anjL'. 'jt"
cpsr&tion. v.4 ;,'' . . - , v.e, wte g"5
The woman's Club met. with T. Y.
Krs. Eddie H. Thigpen Tuesday
Einth trade students, .teachers
and invited guests enjoyed a swim
ming party and picnic at Hum'
ford's Point Tuesday.
Mrs. B, . Quinn and lira. C. G.
Sandlin have , returned to their
homes in Ealeigh. after visiting
relatives here. . , .... v. , . .
Sr. and lbs. Tom ' Vines and
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villi tie UZV 1930 ,
Warsaw Drug Co.
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bean ssei tl;.t t 1
viHe L Si.Lo(jl with teacher and
fcici.13 enjoyed a pienio and swim
k't tarty at Humford's Point
tri.i ITathrvn Bohson. Miss Az-
alene Edwards and Kiss Dorothy
llhertson leave September 28th
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for Greenvme, wnere tney wiu oe
students at & C. T. C, during the
Korman Williams left Thursday
fa PaiAiVit mhftnt he . entered
Stat CollMre. and Waddell Brin-'ti,. htmtm it
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son. has eone to jdocxy ju-oiuii., w
enter a Business couege, jxhu oi
these young men were graduates
of the 1937 class of Seulaville
Eigh School. - -U
K Thinien was a business
visitor to Goldsboro and , Einston
. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Jones and
children spent Sunday with rela
tives at Cypress Creek.
Miss Vivian Pike, of Einston,.
was the guest of -Mrs. J. H. Whal
ey Friday. . . .
A number of young people from, ported place on the farm. The
here attended the dance at Jack-' was aged to go from
sonvOle Friday night r I home u ilimt. to see the food sup
ply. Each family was asked to ar
mum & food exhibit on the kit-
I chen table and to have their Kreo-
-t nnnWl tat4p nlaM Wltll
(Continued from Front Page) xhey were asked to put out all
Herbert X. Adams, operating ; canned products, a peck of meal, a
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a demonstrator on c .a
They were mo ,t et'Au:.. '.Ic t, ;
the growth ani ykll of t:,e t - 3
n at them had rTfati ei -r-
ved them. The childnn ia particu
lar liked them, but tie grown peo
ple shook their heads,
Tnant were ' encouroired to
make minor repairs to the houses
in order to let - landowners know
that they were willirg to improve
the house if materials were av
ailable, imnrovements J to yards
and outbuildings were also discus
sed in an effort to arouse tae len-
ant's interest in J making, their
homes more oomfortable and attra
ctive. - "-
Aa a farther means of stimulat
ing the tenant's interest in Ms
food supply and home conditions,
farm tours were planned on eacn
farm. The man and woman ' in
each home were asked to -meet the
landowner, ; the home agent, and
other interested people at an ap-
is to jcktIIb:JlldC2ah:
- Ilt'g aleight of hand to pull me out of a hat, but-
f don't sleight the savings at P. 8. CARE, the Used .f
Car Dealer, all this month. He wont high hat you. - ,
Chrysler Plymouth Dealer
CLINTON, N. C.
anto after driver's license revoked.
drunk and disorderly, and public
nuisance. 10 days in jail. Also
charged with assault on a female
with a deadlv weanon: 10 davs in
jail to begin on expiration of pre
Jmbm Hoblev. assault and dis
turbing the peace. Hot guilty. '
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A all-day picnic will be held at
at Blizzard's store at. Beulaville,
on Saturday, September 18th.
There will be dancing, music
furnished bv Smut . Batts . strins
band.' Jjuich will be served, 'and
everybody is invited.
Tenant Farmers .
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, By OUT A. CAEDWEII, v
. "Agents encouraged and worked'
with tenants on gardening. Illust
rates lecture demonstrations in
canning berries, tomatoes, and
vegetables were given to white
tenant in each of the counties. In
Barnwell County, the agent organ
ised the white women on the Port
er farm into a club and held mon
thly meetings .-with them. The
women are very much interested
in the program.
, During the late ' summer the
marketing and poultry specialists
and borne agent visited each of
the tenant homes. Fall and winter
gardens were emphasized; a check
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tlon f 1 1 i J r ii t) r 1
for t!.9 r 3 cf c a
"1 wt t - t si 5T 'i
TS.-:!e tf t'-e sojI c '3
win coorate vi'.i t!.8 i. t
comn I e ar.l ccxst-.ute 3 i"uca
as po"-.."e f.r ts c ' o. . ,
TroTiams. uLkh V.Z1 Is a:" Juic
ed ktsr, will be given thro; out
the year for tae purpose ci r&i--s
After the meetirsr adlournea, a
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social Hour was enjoyeu at wnicn
time ref resliments were served.
Th Tfmlar meetinirs of the P.
T. A. are held the first llonday
night of each month, xne patrons
rtrveA to attend and learn more
about the school activities, which
should be of vital interest to them.
Interesting programs are also pre
pared for these meetings. Through
cooperation of parents and teach
ers much good can be accomplish
ed for the child, which . otherwise
could not be done.
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hasr of flonr. a neck of sweet no
tatoea. a dozen eeers. a pound of
butter, a gallon of sirup, a peck of
unea peas, a peca oi douu, uiu a
peck of peanuts. They also were
requested to keep the chickens and
cows shut up so that the agent
might see the livestock during the
visit to each home. -
Based on the experience of the
two previous years, a more detail
ed 3-year program for the planta
tion demonstration was prepared
in 1936. This long-time plan con
tinues the production program and
adds in the second and third years
more work in simple meal plan
ning and preparation, beautifying
the home grounds, a minimum kit
chen utensil plan, - demonstrations
on home-made kitchen equipment,
and help with the family clothing
It is the plan to gradually spr
ead the plantation demonstrations
over the State by . adding a lew
new counties each year. For the
past year records were : received
from 24 white and 87 flegro ten
ants in 6 counties. -This year there
are 11 counties enlisted in the
work. , .'
" The improvement shown in the
living conditions by the big ma
jority of those undertaking the de
monstration, he increasing inter
est of the landlord,' and, most .of
all, the deep appreciation as ex
pressed by the tenants for this in
terest and help in their truly dif
ficult problems make the planta
tion demonstration a most gratfy
- Oldest CnstpoM Horn
The oldest 'customs house built
within the boundaries of the 13 ori
ginal cDlanies to In the new Colonial
National Historical park at York
town, Vs. . , - ' , ' '
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Stanly County farmers swear by
their lesnedesa. the county's main
leenme crop, said John W. Arts,,
farm agent of the State College i
extension service. ' ,
ThfTH. C: Farm Forecaster has
reported 30,230 acres of lespedeza
growing on btaniy county's ,so
farms this year, an, average of 11
acres to the farm.
Lespedeza is sown mostly on
wheat and oats in January and
February. The gorwers use it for
pasture, soil improvement, erosi
on control, roughage production,
and as a source of cash income
from the sale of seed.
During the first two of three
weeks of September, mowing les
pedeza for hay constitutes the
county's main farm activity - as
farmers stow away great quanti
ties of this nutritious legume, Arts
pointed out t
- Judging from ' the : abundant
growth and good stands of clover
also found over the county, he
continued,, all available barn
space will be utilized this season
for nay storage.
. Good legume hay makes a migh
t fin dairr and stock feed, the
agent commented,, and it cuts the
cost of marntamg I arm ammais in
good health and productivity.
On a recent farm tour of the
county, the farmers were particul
arly impressed by a stand of Eobe
lesnedeza 18 inches high on San
'Einson's place. - - ' . ; .
: The lespedeza was sown, iast
Febrnarv on a wheat cron that
had been fertilized with a 3-13-6
mixture. The land had been treat
ed within the last two years with
I agricultural lime at the rate of
one ton to the acre,
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Ask For Samples
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Made From Only the Purest
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