Lead October Arrests
2,976 Arrested Accord
ing to Motor Vehicles
Speeders led the arrest parade in
October with 2,07.6 cases the Motor'
Vehicles Department reports.
In its regular monthly sumnuiiv of
traffic violations the agency also list
• •! 706 a-rests for reckless driving -and '
7.'! I for driving without an operator’s |
All three offenses normally are at I
the top of the violations list. None
vomii.ro the surrender of driving privi
leges oh the first count however.
Other violations reported, during the
month ivore as followsfailing, to stop
for a stop sign 4.51: faulty meeliapical
equipment 40-1: improber ;>as-ing '259;
'• ■>'••• o' lights 212; driving on wrong
Me of the road 17::: anil following
too closely 158.
The month’s total of Tar Heels ar- |
rested came to 6.420. Out of staters!
added another 1,499 to the list.
Pumpkin Pie Just Goes
With Harvest Season
Looking for a pumpkin pie with
that melt-in-vour-mouth quality? Then
look no further. This recipe offered
by Mrs. jewclj Fessenden, State Col
lege extension nutritionist, is a chif
fon-tfpe pie, pumpkin flavor, that’s
bound to satisfy the most particular
Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
3 egg yolks, beaten
:1 » cup sugar (brown or white)
1 1 g cup cooked or caned pumpkin
Vs cup milk
% teaspoon salt
I teaspoon cinnamon
% teaspoon ginger (optional)
■ ta.asnoon nutmeg (optional)
1 tablespoon plain gelatin
H cup cold water
3 stiffly beaten egg whites
h cup granlatod sugar
Soften gelatin in H cup cold water.
C •mhine egg volks, sugar, pumpkin,
’"ilk. salt and spices. Cook in a dou
ble boiler until .thick and smooth. Stir
the mixture constantly while it’s thick-1
ening. Add the gelatin softened in the
’ < cup cold water. Cool mixture. Beat
egg whites adding sugar when the egg
whites are frothy. Continue beating
until whites stand up in peaks. Fold
egg whites into pumpkin mixture.
Lour into i prepared crumb shell or
baked crust. Chill until firm and
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Now that cold weather 1>- up; ' >uch
i ing the deciduous trees (oaks. maples,
1 poplars, etc.) are begining to lose their
leaves. This; ofter. presents a prob
lem for the home owner both in town
and country •vbo wants to have a neat
jV-ird nr lawr. The usual procedure is
to rake up the leaves and burn them.
' s deficient a« our garden soils are
! in organic matter. burning leaves is
wasteful. T* s true, r r course, that
I the leaves, raii't he removed from the
I lajvn—-espey’aliy newly planted grass
| or they will smother the grass out.
i The wise thing to do is to rake the
| leaves and make a leaf compost. File
j and rot them so that they , can be ;
spread on 1 the garden and incorporat
ed with the . ;i or used as a mulch 1
around sbv,a,. Leaves .are difficult
fto rot,if they are iust raked tm into
| a pile. The compost pile should he
built up in layers about a foot. deep. ]
Faoh layer should he thoroughly wet
| down and a small amount of a fertiliz-,
er high in nitrogen sprinkled over the ,
, loaves- about one cup per 10 square
. feet of leaf pile surface.
A complete fertilizer such as a 6-8-6
or 8-8-8 can be used or sulphate of (
ammonia or nitrate of soda will be
satisfactory. Along with the fertiliz-i
er each layer of leaves may be cov-i
ered with about an inch of garden
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, N. O ' rrr URSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1954.
•soil. The fertilizer and garden soil 1
serve, as rotting agents. When the! 1
pile of leaves has been built up to the ’
desired height— usually about 5 feet—' 1
it is covered with a thin layer of soil
and allowed to stand for 8 to 12 <
months. During this time it must be <
kept wet. The result will be a thor- ;
oughly rotted mass of leaves which we 1
call leafmold. c
This is not a fertilizer like stable 1
manure but is an excellent soil con-j 1
ditioneh and a valuable supplement tot,
most garden . soils. Leafmold is us- ]
ually very acid in reaction and unless I
you are using it around acid loving j
plants such as azaleas, lime should be|
i On large lawns leaf raking is a|
tedious chore. For those who can af-|
ford it there is available a machinej
which picks up the leaves, grinds them:
up into fine particles and spreads
them back over the grass in a form
Restless Nights 1
When kidney function slows down, nntr*
folks complain of nagging backache, head
, ech<*s, di/.,.in**ss and loss of pop and energy.
Don’t su mt rest'.; s* is with these ui
comfortr if r- luu*‘d kidney function is get
■ .nc you down —due to such common causes
as st res.- and strain, over-exertion or ex
nosure to cold. Minor blidder irritations < g
I due to c 1. dampness or wrong diet may ■
cause getting.up nights or frequent passages. j]
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tlv in iniLes of kidney tubes and filters I
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that will be beneficial rather than
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lution to your problem.
Elihuc Jordan Dies
After Long Illness
Klihue F. Jordan, 77, died at his
home in the Ryland section Friday
morning at 7:15 o’clock. A retired
I farmer, deceased was a native of Cho
wan County and had been in failing
! health for 12 years.
Surviving are one son, V. E. Jor
dan of Hyland: three daughters, Mrs.
Oris Rountree, Mrs. Brenton Winslow
and Mrs. Joseph Perry, Jr., all of
Hertford; two brothers, Josephus Jor
dan of Goldsboro and Arthur H. Jor
dan of Tyner, and one sister, Mrs.
j Elizabeth Sinclair of Ryland. Eleven
Sold In Edenton By
in . 1... ■
'" ! Today is the anniversary of the signing of
Ujj the armistice on November 11, 1918, ending
World War I. Formerly observed as Armis
tice Day, the name was changed to Veterans
jjjjj Day by a bill signed by President Eisenhower H i
jf on June 1,1954. J
~: Veterans Day is dedicated to all servicemen
I ' |
! |! and women who have served their country. ! (
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grandchildren and three great grand
children also survive.
I He was a member of the Christ
Sanctified Holiness Church in Per
quimans County, where funeral ser
vices were held Sunday afternoon at
2:30 o’clock with the Revs. Gray and
| Parker officiating. Burial was in Ce
jdarwood Cemetery in Hertford.
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