AROUND THE FARMS
IN CHOWAN COUNTY
By C. W. OVERMAN. Chowan Countv Agent
How North Carolina Hog Pro
ducers Can Save 5750.000 An
nually: You wouldn’t think that
hard-pressed Nort h Carolina
farmers would throw away three
quarters of a million dollars, but
they did, according to Dr. Tom
Zw'eigart, DVM, Director, Ani
mal Disease Diagnostic Labora
tory, N. C. Dcpaitment of Agri
culture. This conservative esti
mate represents the losses that
farmers took last year because
of one disease of swine hog
cholera. Most of these losses
occurred in the eastern i art of
the State where the hog popu
lation is greatest, but western
North Carolina had appreciable
losses. 7 his disease took a high
toll last year for mainly one rea
son—lack of vaccination. This
has been blamed on the low
price of hogs, and a jog inci
dence of hog cholera the pre
vious year. Regardless of the
cause, the money lost because
hogs were not vaccinated, and
all it could have- bought, is gone
At present, it is estimated that
no more than a third of the
swine have e been vaccinated
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■ State hog cholera losses report
; ed so far this year have been
i considerably higher than those
tor the same period last year.
, We may equal or exceed last
i year’s losses unless many more
nogs are vaccinated. Effective
vageines are available. Remem
ber, there is no cure for this
dease. Once it strikes a herd,
losoes may run as high as IDO'4.
Have your hogs been vaccinated,
or can you afford to lose your
Community 4-H Club Favored
By Gliden Community: The es
tablishment of an active com
munity 4-H Club organization
was favored by Gliden com
munity representatives who met
at their, community building on
Thursday night, August 17.
Community representatives pres
ent at this meeting were Mr.
and Mrs. Roger Spivey, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Spivey. Mr. and!
Mrs. Mavor Berryman, and Mrs.
James Ward. Catherine Aman,
Pauline Calloway and C. W.!
Overman were present repre-i
.seating, the Extension Service. |
Mi.ss Aman and Mr. Overman,
. the team scheduled to work;
j with this community on organi-j
j zation, explained what 4-H Club.
• is, what it does for 4-H Club;
! members, what it does for adult
leaders and what it does for a
community. Examples of pro
ject work were explained and 1
; discussed. The nian of organi- 1
j zation . was briefly presented,
i Following- the. discussion period;
the community representatives j
expressed the need for a 4-H.
Club in their community and
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EPENTOIf, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21 1161. ~
- vdted unanimously to move for
j ward with organizing and es
■ tablishing an active club in the
Mrs. James Ward served as
acting secretary for the meet-]
: ing. A sponsoring committee
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Winslow, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hinton, Mr. Ivan Bunch, Mr.
Harry Lee Winslow, Mr. and
Mrs. Mavor Berryman and Mrs.
James Ward, with Roger Spi
vey serving as chairman, was]
selected. This committee' willj
meet at an early date and re
ceive information and training in
their responsibilities by the Ex
tension Agents. Among their
first responsibilities will be that
of establishing community boun
daries, making a youth survey!
of the community, planning a*
| mcctTig place, and selectingi
;club leaders and'project leaders.
1 We want to congratulate these
representatives in Gliden com
munity for their interest in the
youth of their community and
chinning to use the 4-H Club
organization as a means in the
; development of better youth and
1 a better community.
Pasture Time Is Here: Each I
year, several farmers come in
ciurirtg October and want, to.
j know how late they can sow
! ladina clover pasture. I think]
.these farmers are looking at the
wrong end *of the! pasture, seed-!
j ing period and it would be so!
! much better if they would be!
] coming in now asking how soon
1 can I sow my pasture. Early
seeded pastures have every op-!
jp.ortuhity to succeed and get es
i tabiished before cold weather
-but late seeded, pastures are a
j gamble as far as weather is
The: following reminders, if
observed and put into action,
will help get pastures fertilized
properly, seeded properly and
seeded in time.' Take soil sam
ples immediately so that the soil
test report' will be back in time.
Place your request with the ASC
Office for material assistance.
As soon as the soil test report
|is received, lime and fertilize
I soil according to the report ret--’
lomnicndation. Purchase seed.
! and seed inoculunt so that you
I will have them ready When a
moist season is suitable for sow
ing. Thoroughly prepare the
land as well in advance as pos
sible, working the lime and fer
tilizer thoroughly into the soil.
This should enable you to get
vbur pasture seeded early so that
j you should have every chance
i for success.
On established pure stands of
fall fescue, 50 to 75 pounds of
actual nitrogen per acre should
be applied now or in Septem
ber to extend and increase the
grazing season. For good win-
- ter grazing from small grain,
- j fertilize with 500 to 600 pounds
> of 8-8-8 analysis and seed a mix
j lure of one bushel of rye, one
i bushel of barley and one bushel
.j of wheat or oats per acre. A
, combination of rye grass and
i crimson clover makes good win
■ ter grazing. Be sure to inocu
late crimson clover seed and
1 while the clover seed are still
moist the grass and clover may
be mixed together and sown at
; ] one seeding. The clover and
[j rye grass mixture should be
sown in September.
Albemarle Area Development
Krk off Meeting Scheduled: The
' kick-off meeting for Albemarle
Area Development is scheduled
to be held at Elizabeth City on
■ Tuesday evening, September 8.
This will be a dinner meeting
iat 6:30 P. M., at the National
Guard Armory. Fifty tickets
have been allotted Chowan
County and if you are interest
ed in purchasing a ticket and
attending this meeting, see
George Lewis, Woodrow Lowe,
the County Agricultural Agent
or the County Home Economics
Agent. This meeting will be
I devoted to further explanation
of what area development can
do for communities in these
counties, for counties and for
j the area as a whole. A Board
of Directors will be elected and
j plans made for setting up the
] organization with officers ready
!to go to work. By working to
gether on an area basis we
should be able to accomplish
! much more than it is possible to
on a county by county basis.
J SUNDAY SCHOOL
Continued from Page 3, Section 2 j
and happenihgs; a village car
penter and his young wife, a
stable, shepherds, a baby’s cry.
When Jesus himself was at the
well, a woman came, and Jesus
asked for a drink. He used
that, everyday experience to help
a lost woman find her way.
Tiiis d ,v -:‘s not necessarily mean
we should go about cornering
people and asking them if they
are saved. We should not act in
any way that is rude, embarras
sing, or offensive to others. Je
sus Christ was a gentleman and
we whp would be his friends
should be no less. But when he
j foremost in our thoughts, and
when we carry the two-fold con
viction that everyone needs him,
and that no one is hopeless, then
| Taylor Theatre |
EDIiX TON, X. C.
\ Thursday, August 24
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: The Terrifying Rise and Ruin j
-of Hitler's Reich
"MEIN KAMPF'' \
I "THE MOST DANGEROUS \
i Nolo: One show. Most Dan-j
gerous Man, 7:10.
Mein Kampf, 8:45. I
i Friday and Saturday,
j August 25-26
'NIKKI, WILD COG OF I
: • with Jean Coutu
Robert Ryan in
H»>th In Color
l Sunday, August 27
2 :in A MI
: Ft. Ari KhS :i:on AMI <1:00 P. x. s
: Monday and Tuesday,
SHOUTS <:.io KKATIRE S:1KI I
: Marlon Brando, Katy Jurado :
and Karl Malden in
"ONE EYED JACKS"
i Wednesday, August 30—
: Shows Continuous from 3:30 I
1 John Gregson in
"HAND IN HAND"
Walt Disney's featurette I
FREE MOVIE DAY
j Trade With The Following
l Merchants And Got Free
: Mitrhener's Pharmacy
: Albt marie Motor Corapsey
j Phthisic's Super Market, Ine.
: Quinn Furniture Company, lee,
| Belk-Tyler Company .
: Edenton Furniture Company
I The Edenton Restaurant
| Bill Ferry’a Texaco Service
| Hollow-ell's Rexair Dray Store
I Nq-Curl Beauty Shop
j Ceosxe Chevrolet Company, Ine,
| Hicks Laundry t Dry Cleaner*
| P * Q Super Market
we shall be attuned to the souls
of others. In response to -their
needs we shall be courteous, un
derstanding and friendly. In this
way we will witness for Jesus
Christ, as indeed Paul must have
witnessed on that day long ago
in Philippi, when he converted
Jesus Christ most naturally
comes to men on the common
road of life. He speaks through
the needs they know and ac
knowledge in daily life. What a
world of golden opportunity for
us who woul be witnesses for
him! But until we take advant
age of our opportunities, he is
shackled and silent.
To reach and win others for j
Christ, we must have a kindly!
concern for their well-being.!
Peter and John, going to thei
Temple in Jerusalem to pray, I
saw the crippled beggar. Alii
they need have done was to have
given him a coin. H-e asked no]
more; expected no more. But
they gave him more than that.
They gave him what he needed
most —kindly concern, love. And
because they gave him love, the
healing power of Jesus Christ|
broke upon him, and he leaped'
into life and went his wav a new
man and a joyous witness to
what Jesus. Christ can do. (Acts ■
If we want to win people for j
Christ, we must love them. We 1
must look beneath any ugliness :!
that may be blighting their souls, ]
beyond any barrier that may ,
stand between us and them, and ]
see them as souls for whom '
Christ died. They, in turn, will 1
sense our understanding and our
concern, /nd will be ready to re-;
ceive from us whatever we can
give of Jesus Christ, just as Ly
(These comments are based on
outlines of the International Sun- '
day School Lessons, copyrigh tea j
by the International Council oi .
Religious Education, and used |
by permission). <
IN ECC PLAY '
The romantic comedy, “The 1
Rainmaker,” written by Richard j
Nash, was presented two nights ]
last week in the McGinnis au
ditorium on the East Carolina
The play, set in the ’2D's ,
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Having qualified as Adminis
tratrix of the estate of Harold E.
Shore, deceased, late of Ocean
side, California, this is to notify
all persons having claims against'
the estate of said deceased to
present them to the undersigned
within one year from date of,
this notice or same will be plead-'
ed in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
This 22nd day of August, 1961. !
MRS. FRANCES B.
Harold E. Shore Est.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE ,
Having qualified as Executor
of the estate cf J._ Tynch, de
ceased, late of Chowan County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned
at Edenton. North Carolina, on I
or before the 20th day of July, j
1962, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery. All -
persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay- .
This July 20th, 1961.
M. J. TYNCH.
J. Tynch Est.
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