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Prizes Awarded ,
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, Prises totaling $300 were awarded
to 10 North Carolina dairy farmers
' And five Dairy Herd Improvement
"Association supervisors recently for
outstanding work to improving dairy
.: nerds during 1949, acocrding to J. A.
Arey. in charjre or dairy extension
work at State College.
The- presentations were made in
f.n .i . annual moAtinir nf
official herd testers, .rft
Kobert L. McKein, Winston-tSatom,
wu awarded 150 and a plaque as the
outstanding supervisor during the
year. C. R. Nichols, Route 1, Tryon,
received $40 and a plaque for second
place. Third, fourth, and fifth place
winners and their prizes were? OR. W
Siler. Guilford College, $30; James W.
Harrison. Route 2, Salisbury, $20;
William P. Walker, Andrews, $10.
Supervisors were judged on the
basis of neatness, accuracy, prompt
ness, and completeness of work
throughout the year.
Dairy farmers adjudged as having
done the best-all-around improve
ment work during the year were: R.
S. Edmiston, Mt. Ulla, $35 and plaque;
J. C. Randle, Route 2, .Kings Moun
tain, $30 and plaque; Ru3ell Oxford,
Taylorsville, $25; Frank A. Lindley,
Route 1, Snow Camp, $20; Kildaire
Farms, Cary, $15; Monroe W. Wilson,
Brass town, $5; R. F. Vobs & Sons,
Belews Creek, $5; Crosby & Joe Dunn,
Route' 9, Charlotte, 5; Mrs. Hunt
ington Jackson, Fletcher, $5; Croas
daile Farms, Durham, $5.
All awards were presented by J.
Everette Flora, supervisor of milk
procurement for the National Dairy
Products Corporation, which donated
Holy Week Services
- At Catholic Church
Good Friday, April 7, 2:45 to SiW
P. M the devotion of the -"Seven
Last Words on the Cross,'' medita-
Easter Sunday, April 9, thei most
holy sacrifice of the mass will be of
fered at 9 and 11 A. M., each includ
ing sermon on "Christ's Resurrection
Proves His Divinity and His Church's
Doctrines," ' Holy Communion, ' with
confessions. 8:30 to 8:55 and. 10 to
10:55 Ai M. ' . t
tation, confessions; 7;30 P. M., choir
practice; 8 P. M.. Rosary. Way of the
Cross, sermon on "Christ's Crucifixion
and Death," confessionB, will be con
ducted in St Ann's Catholic Church,
stated Father Francis J. McCourt, rec
tor, who invites everybody to all Ser
Holy Saturday, April 8, confessions
i to 6 and 7 to 10 P. M.
Bible Study Series
To Start Tonight
A series of bi-monthly community
Bible studies will begin in the W'hite-
ville Grove Baptist Church, Belvi-
dere, starting on Friday night, April
7, at 8 o'clock. The Rev. Carl E.
Bjork, pastor of the church, will
teach the book of Revelation. A song
rest will feature each evening's study.
The public ,is invited to attend the
from Princess Anne, Va and (the fol
lowing from Norfolk, -Va.: Mr. and
Mrs. J. A, Chappell, Miss IZary Louise
Chappell, J. A. Chappell, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Black, Mr. and Mrs. Ros
coe White, Jay andJSara Lynn White.
"i BURGESS HDC MEETS . j ,
The Burgess Home Demonstration
Club met Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. Winston Lane. t. ' Vl $:
The meeting was opened by singing
"Oh What a Beautiful Morning."
Mrs. Tommie Mathews crave the de
votional from II Chapter of John,
followed by prayer and a thought for
the day. . w
The minutes were read and roll call
ed. Dues ; amounting ; to $1.50 were
turned over to Mrs. White and 70
cents donated to the local treasury.
Mrs. Howard Mathews was ap
pointed musical appreciation' leader
for the Burgess club, and Mrs. J. iB.
Basnight made educational leader for
Perquimans County home demonstra-'
tion dubs. Mrs. 'White made an
nouncements of interest to the club
Mrs. Walton Lane and Mrs. J. B
Basnight gave book reports. .
Mrs. White then gave a very in
teresting demonstration on "Three
Meals a Day That Measure Up." The
ONE-MINUTE SPORTS QUIZ
1. Who won the Walcott-Agramonte
2. What did Walcott say about
Ameuo talking before the fight?
3. Who won tile St Petersburg golf
4. How did tennis pro "Pancho" Se
ura make the news recently?
5. What did Esard Charles call Joe
Louis last year, in saying why he did
not want to fight Joe?
1. Joe Walcott kayoed the Cuban in
2. Amelio Agramonte boastfully
told reporters he would put Joe to
Joe said Amelio talked too much.
Evidently he did.
8. Jack Burke.
4. He threatened to quit the pro
tour in which he, Parker, Kramer and
Gonzales are participating in, for fi
5. Charles, saying a year go, he did
not want any part of Louis, called him
his idol. This year he has invited
Joe to come out and fight
Mrs. Clarence White and Mrs. Ben
ton White were hostesses recently at
a surprise birthday party for Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Nixon of Winfall. -
Mrs. in lxon was presented with a
camellia corsage and they both re
ceived many lovely gifts.
The dining room with its candle-
lighted setting was attractive with a
three-tiered birthday cake in the cen
ter of the table. Ice cream, nuts and
cake were served.
The following sruesta were present:
Mrs. Effie Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller
and family, Mrs. Elbert Jordan, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Moore, Mrs. L. . White
As we fet older, stress and strain, erer
exertion, exceed ve smokinr or expoeure to
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meeting closed with the collect "
Duriiur the Xxuai hoar xim. WiM-
ton Lame conducted a quia contest,
with Mrs. Walton Lane winning' the
Tbose fre-9Bt were les. Coward
Mathews, Hen. Sidney Layden, Mrs.
Irwin T."hil'aee - Mrs. A. If. Cope-
land, Mrs. Tommie Kathews, MrtvJ.
Jo8iah Proctor, Mrs. Nina' B.
Wlate, ITre. Walton Lane, and Mrs.
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The-testes served ice box lemon
B. Basnight, Mrs. H. S. Davenport, pie and iced drinks.
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