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THURSDAY, OCT. 7. 1913
THE NEWS JOURNAL, RAEFORD, N. C.
Awards For Canning
In Farming Contest
Kaleitfh, Oct. 5. Ninth Ciivolina
girl and boy farmers participating in
the scholarship program of the Na
tional Junior Vegetable Growers As
sociation are eligible to compete tor
four awards totaling $100 to be given
for outstanding achievement in vege
table canning, it was announced by
L. R. Harrill, State 4-H Club leader,
"These awards of $25 each should
be of particular interest to the much
greater number of farm girls working
in the program this year," Harrill said,
"as almost all of them are canning a
part of their harvest."
Prizes will be based upon quantity
and quality of vegetables canned this
year, and are in addition to the regular
scholarship awards of the farm pro
duction and marketing program.
They Also Play Their Part In Atlantic Convoy Duly
C, & E.
"Formerly Bill Wrights Place"
Hours Open? 5 P.M. to 12 P.M.
Closed Every Tuesday
NO CURB SERVICE
GAS and OIL
9 A. M. to 12 P. M. Sunday
2 P.M. to 12 P.M. weekdays
Closed Every Tuesday
A friendly place for a pleasant
CHARLIE & ETHEL BAKER
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HAVING taken a substantial part in escort
ing more than 13.000 merchant vessels,
carrying in the neighborhood of 77,000.000
tons of deadweight shipping from North Africa across
the Atlantic since the war began, the boys of the
Canadian Navy like their United States' seamen broth
ers, never feel that their ship's company is complete
unless they have a pet aboard. Above, left, we see a
merchants in off duty relaxing with two inseparable
companions, his dog and cat. Upper right is Sabbo
so named because of the sabotage he causes with the
boys' belongings. He is one of the few pups in the
R.C.N, to have his own hammock. Below, only a cap
ful now. this kitten will soon be the pride and joy of
this sailor during the long hours at sea while off duty.
D. S. Weaver, head of the agricul
tural engineering department at State
College, reminds farm families that
Fire Prevention Week began October
3, and offers these tips to families who
want to cut dow n the lire hazards in
He suggests that every farm family
ask itself these questions: Do the
members of our family have habits
that are conducive to god fire con
trol? Do they use kerosene or gaso
line in starting fires? Are they care
less about smoking conditions?
j Are the oily greasy rags used about
i the garage put in metal containers or
I immediately burned, or are they al
lowed to accumulate in corners as a
possible fire hazard? Are the children
' allowed to play with matches? Is the
! electric iron disconnected immediately
1 after the ironer finishes with the iron
! ing board?
j "Many simple habits conducive to
correcting the fire hazard may be in
1 stilled in members of the family by
general discussion of the fire hazard
j problem", Weaver says.
He suggests that the family look
over each of its rooms to see if any
I fire hazards are allowed to remain
J unchecked there. Now is the time to
do it, he says, when everyone is being
made conscious of such things, and
then keep them aware of the dangers
I that come from carelessness.
We will be in a position to start delivering your fertilizer
requirements for the 1948-44 Season, beginning OCTOBER
15th to NOVEMBER 1st, 1943.
To insure your having your fertilizers when you need them
it is necessary that you start taking in your fertilizers not la
ter than OCT. 15th to NOV. 1st. This is due to the fact that the
LABOR SITUATION is even now EXTREMELY CRITICAL
and daily becoming more CRITICAL. Also, deliveries will
have to be made with inadequate transportation facilities.
It is true that for the duration, you as well as ourselves are
compelled to operate our business under the most unusual
conditions, which will work a hardship on all of us. In your
case it means that you will have to lake in your fertilizers well
in advance of the time that you will actually need them, to in
sure your having them on hand when you will need them.
To whip the Axis and bring the War to a quick ending it is ne
cessary that we all work together, and give and take when and
where it is necessary.
TO YOU WHO ANTICIPATE FARMING DURING 1944:
For reasons other than those outlined here, a bird in hand dur
ing October, November and December will be worth much
more to you than what birds you may have in hand after that
Your small grain sowed this fall should have ample fertilizer
under it, in addition to being dressed with Nitrogen next
Spring. We can furnish your requirements for this also.
Make your plans now See us or our Agents, and let us start
delivering your fertilizers not later than October 15th to No
Buy DIXIE BRAND FERTILIZERS and
grow PROFITABLE CROPS.
DIXIE GUAIIO CO.
Telephone Nos. 63, 65, and 66
LAURINBURG, N. C.
We Manufacture Quality Fertilizers To Suit Your Needs.
H.U- 1 '
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YEP, IT'S HUTTON! Botty, Who is variously known as
the Blondii Blitz, Inoendiary Blunde and Quwi of the Jitterbugs,
turns out to be n porgtoiis jrlamnur pirl in this latest camera itudy.
'-'he'll soon lie seen on the nation's screens as Bob Ilnpe's pirl fricml
' rnrnnmunt's hilarious iuusi al o.nicnly film "Let's Face It."
WE KEEP YOLT ROLLIN'j
Wherever you service men
ire f oin' in line of duly or
on leve-we consider ic our
important job to (el you
there, and back.
0 Greyhound's advertisin' is
iskia' Mr. and Mrs. Public
NOT to ride to you cm. Sure,
the buses srt still crowded,
but we're tryin'hsrd to serve
all men in uniform.
After the war, we'll make
everybody happy. Then you
will discover sgaia that you
see more, save more snd en
joy more by Greyhound bus.
P.S. Don't forgttBur n extra War Bond thit moatbt
tmmm 4 .'i"HJ W'm iim igr. sims
pgl AVERAGE TREE
V""" Z1j yields enough
J?" 1S--TO PROVIDE
( , r) SMOKELESS
-N. ' POWDER FOR
Your county agent, Extension farm
forester, and TPWP foresters will as
sist you in cutting and marketing your
pupwood this fall and winter. Uncle
Sam is asking farmers to use their
spare time in getting out logs and
pulpwood supplies wherever possible
because lumber supplies are extreme
ly short. R. W. Graeber, in charge of
Extension forestry at State College,
advises you t j do selective cutting and
suggests that you contact your county
agent before finally deciding how to
cut your timber.
Entirely too much green and damp
cotton is being hauled to the gins this
fall, resulting in losses of from $4 to
$6 a bale to the farmer, reports Gin
specialist C. L. McCaslan, State Col
Peach tree borers can be controlled
the first half of October with FDB
crystals and any time during October
with ethlene dichloride emusion. Ask
your county agent for details of the
North Carolina Barbara, Holstein
cow in the State College herd at Ral
eigh, has produced 3 times as much
milk as the naton's average dairy cow,
14,531 pounds of milk in one year, or
588 pounds of buttcrfat.
Cokers Red Heart Seed Wheat,
Fulgrain Oats Abruzzi Rye Best
for This Section. Produced by
SICK OF A
66 TA5LET5. SALVE. NOSE DROPS
Bonptit tests indicate that larce hogs
not only have more fat but the fat al
so yields more lard than fat ol smaller
The State of North Carolina, Hoke
County. In the Superior Court.
To All Whom these Presents Shall
It being satisfactorily proven to the
undersigned, Clerk of the Superior
Court for Hoke County, that C. H.
Mumford, late of said County, is dead,
without having made any last will
and testament, and it appearing that
Lucy M. Robinson is entitled to the
administration of the estate of said
deceased, and having qualified as ad
ministratrix according to law.
Now these are therefore to empow
er the said Executrix to enter in and
upon all and singular the goods and
chattels, the rights and credits of the
said deceased, and the same to take
into possession, wheresoever to be
found, and all the just debts of the
said deceased to pay and satisfy, and
the residue of said estate to distribute
according to the directions of said
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Courti this the 7th day of Sep
J. B. CAMERON,
14-19 Clerk of the Superior Court
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PROGRAM FOR WEEK BEGINNING OCTOBER 7TH
Maria Montez and Jon Hall In
Show Starts "WHITE SAVAGE"
at 5:30 In Technicolor
s, "Wild Horse Stampede"
t nn en Maynard and Hoot Gibson in the Year's
at 2:00 Best Horse Opera
"IT'S A GREAT LIFE"
With the "Bumstead" Stars
Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake
SUNDAY George Sanders and Anna Sten in
shows At "Rhythm Of The Islands"
359 P. M.
If you like horses and children and under
MONDAY standing parents, See
J-TJ. "MY FRIEHD FLICKA"
Show Starts ,
at 5:3 Mary O Hara s Great Story in Technicolor
OjsjLY Robert Preston and Ellen Drew in
shirts "night Plane To Chunking"
Thursday Loretta Young and Alas Ladd In