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narrated by Sterling Holloway
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109V, W. Fourth Street ? GreenriUe, N. C
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The text, done by T. G.
of the Mineral
with the ?M V
to ttt availability of alt.
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whole and the pocsibilitiee of
able North Carolina
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Keep Cows Contented
With Water In Winter
The old saying that "contented
cows give "more mint* majr be arm
more true during the winter-months
when available water i? ? big factor,
says J. A. Arey, in charge of Exten
sion dairying for State College.
*Ctrws may ha content to drink
from a creek or spring in the warm
months," Arey says, "bat in the
tar when fee and snow prevail, they
may find this supply inconvenient
and thus will net drink as mqdl
water as thay woakl if a continuous
supply was available tp them near
Pointing out that 'normal milk is
87 percent water, Arey rnys that the
quantity of milk produced by a
cow can be considerably limited if
she finds the water trough frozen
over or is forced to walk long dis
tances to a creek. Medium tempera
ture is important in a dairy sow's
winter supply of water, Arey says.
Stressing the weed for plenty of
oiesn fresh water in the wintertime
in terms of production, Arey says
that a cow usually consumes from
three to fins pounds of water A day
for each pound of milk produced.
TTmJam AAwdttsAMfl La BAWO A
unaer sfns|e conajirons, ne says, a
dairy herd, including both dry and
"milking cows, nee^e from 12 to lb
gallons of good water a day for
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A 1st of fellows need the spark of
ambition applied to the seat of their
t m Mr IfliR
^ 1. ?lP'*?<uyin
* few days
in Beaufort tad
Mm. Ed S. Taylor has returned to
bar home after a visit with her eon,
Ed S. Teyfefijh., in daag?ta, G*.
er of Carl & MeKesl and the iate Mrs.
Keel, of Walstsahurg, became the
of Gene Cole, so* of Mr. and
Smith Cole, of KnoxviUe, Tssol,
on January 8th, in s private Ceremony
at the home of the bride. The Bar.
Key Taylor, pastor of
Church, performed the
the wedding hawk.
The bride wore a street length dsess
of light blue wool with black acces
sories and a corsage- of rosea.
After a abort wadding trip the
eouple will make their home in Knox
vfile. ' - 'r;.
r Mm. Cole is a graduate of the Wal
stonburg High' School sad the Caro
lina Beauty College, of Raleigh, and
Mr. Cole is a graduate of the Cen
tral High School, of KaoxviUe, and
a ? a% WW ? A * _ . a\ .*
served in the Marine Air Corps three |
years, fourteen months of which was
sprat in the South Pacific.
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administrator
of the Esta te of Jan ~ "
or this, notice wSl be
IMS nims, (WCflBWL
In the central district, J. J.
ders of B.
Robeson, and Joseph Edge of Cum
berland were declared winners with
en average yield of 1,108 pounds of
lint par acre.
C S. Bonn of Nash, Conrad Kilign
of Warren, and Willis Herbert of
Halifax won in Eastern Carolina and
their average yield wae 1,097 pounds
of lint per acre.
T>li 11illni Mwtaaa ^^1 tftftfl f(Ww\ .
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far the first, second
A school house was reported to
have been struck twice by lightning;
we've always heard that a school};
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
' FABMVILLE, NORTH CABOUNA "
AT THE CU?B OFBUSINESS ON DECEMBKl 31, lfrM
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L Guh. bflhpiif^ff with other hanks, includinsr reserve balances*
6. SSST^do^l^nTn^rtSftfrStoO ?M?MT
, ,,,"i*w Heiik) ? i ?j..i-.:w . ?, ? ._,. 1,300.00
6. Loans and discounts (including: No overdrafts}?_ 188,388.33
7. Bank premises owned $17,187.96, furniture and fix
tures 81.00 M 4 r;,<-. 17,188.96
11. Other Assets 11,871.00
few ? t- :?.$5 '& ?7J ,-.j j ~
m ft make-up baae. Get youri today .v |
while this annual yale k on!
STMKT FARMVILLE, N. C.
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