W*>ie 20 - The Chronicle, Saturday, July 21, 1979
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HEAT warm injurs and the
The ditfereylf^ be- stems should not be
tween a house that's discolored or dried,
comfortable to live in Avoid ears with undewithout
air conditioning \ eloped kernels as well
and the one that needs as\cry large overmature
air conditioning to keep kernels. Also avoid kerits
cool can be the use of nels with depressed
appliances w ithin it. areas on the outer
During the summer surface.
months, the careful and When you bring corn
limited use of appliances home from the store,
can rcduce the amount place it in the retrigeof
heat within a house. rator without delay and
sav specialists. then cook and it as soon
The recommend turn- as possible.
tng off light bulbs, ra- If corn is held too long
o . dios, tv's and phono- or at too high a tempera* .
graphs when they are ture. the sugar, in the
" not in use. When possi- kernels starts to turn to
ble do heavy baking in , starch.
the cooler time of the COCKROACH
morning or evening. Cockroaches are aUse
the washer, dryer mong the most hated of
ana iron during cooler uiai vmcr inc
periods of the dav. This home. If you have them,
saves on energy used for the f",rst step toward
the fan or air conditioner control and elimination
and also avoids peak is a good cleanup,
electrical loan periods. N. C. Agricultural ExUse
small appliances tension Service specialas
much as possible' ists suggest good sanitainstead
of the large tion first and bug killers
~ oven. The oven may second Tn cockroach
produce more heat than control.
is needed, use more These pesky bugs eat
energy and put a strain about the same things
on the house - cooling that humans eat. Thereunit.
fore, unless a house is
^ CORN ON COB unusually clean.
Corn on the cob is a there is always a crumb
Tarheel summer or two lying around for
favorite. the roaches to nibble on.
Although its available No matter what else
nearly every month of >'ou do. the extension
the year, it's most plen-'* specialists suggest, you
tiful and least expensive w'" have have roach
here f&om mid-May control without *good
through mid-September. sanitation,
c- according to specialists Garbage and trash
with the NORTH Caro* should be disposed of
lina Agricultural Exten- properly. Leftover food
sion Service. should be refrigerated
When buying corn on " ar|d n?t left out on a
the cob. look for ears table, stove top of shelf
that are well covered to attract pests.
.\jiUh bright, plumtf kcifrv, ^ *s
nels. The husks should clean, apply a ready-tobe
fresh and green. use household roach kilThe
silk ends should ler to those areas where
be free from decav or roaches hide during the
The descendents of Mrs.
Bethania Hauser Williams
Russell will hold their annual
reunion in the Yadkin- I M
ville Community Center I M ^
Saturday and Sunday, July I ^
21-22. The most numerous I \/k/j + L-> HdHA
area residents of the family J Willi U"UU
group are the Carters, the
^ Hausers and the Russells. I nh
i ne members ot the tam- wi i
ilies are descendents of a I
slave. Bethania, who was I K9
\ brought to Yadkin County:! mm mm
from the community of m???'
Bethania to serve as the I
house slave of Theophilus I ~ V^l I
C. Hauser. Mrs. Dixie I _
Russell Moore of I
Washington, D.C., a
daughter, survives ^mmmm
Saturday's events% will I V^l
include a viewing a plioto- I _ U-M
graphs of past reunions and I I 1
individual accomplish- I
ments, and a dance where I
the music will be furnished I If
by "The Brief 1 _
Encounters," most of who I WUm li ?
are descendants of I J %
Bethania who is affection- |
ately referred to as
"Granny Thaney." Seale<
The group will worship at I
the Pleasant Grove Baptist I BP
Church at 11:00 a.m. on |l Q I
Sunday and assemble for I ? ?
dinner at the community I |
center at 1:30 p.m. Awards I
will be given to the oldest I
and the youngest descen- I
dant. the descendant with I
the largest number of child- I I ?
ren present, and the person If Q ^
traveling the fartherest dis- I ? RVVRfe
tance to attend the reunion. I I $ 11
The family members I /
number more than 300 and | c, v
live in all parts of the 11 ShoP K?nn0ak HU
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united iiaies anu ?oru?u.
day. These places in- J^relude
cracks and dark . = ^iC\ 4?// ^
places under and behind .*w I^v4
cabinets, washing nut*
chines, floor and ceiling
molding, sinks, bathtubs,
closets, bed frames
a n d d ra wers. IBft*,
The insecticides that jM
work best on roaches (^1t r ^?^?jr5
contain one of the following:
or diazinon. Read the
There are two kinds of MjpflPfcjy ;w%]S
in North Carolina.
They are the
brownish German cockroach
and the larger,^ V J^BrQM
dark-colored, short- 'pH^^HK2RVV
winged oriental cockroach.
The oriental may
be found outdoors dur- What could be more appropri
ing summer. If outdoor beach party than thick, Juicy
treatment is needed, use &ers sizzling on the grill! a
such as malathion. Smart COOks
Use caution in using
the roach sprays inside Watch the
the house and the mala- ..
thion outside. These are Chronicle
poisons and should be
used only according to
RAYMOND A. WILLIAMS has joined Swett &
Crawford as assistant vice president it was announced
today by W. F. W. Fellows, president of Swet &
Crawford Group. ?
Williams is based in the Los Angeles^ branch and
assumes responsibility for the production and marketing
of excess/surplus lines business.
A graduate of the University ot North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, Williams was a nominee for the Outstanding
Young Men of American Award in 1973.
Dr. H. Hamilton Allen has been named to the N. C.
Board of Nursing by Gov. James.B. Hunt Jr.
The Board is composed of 12 members, all appointed
by the Governor. Members serve for a term of four
Allen practices general surgery and has offices at
2125 New Walkertown Road. He is an assistant
professor of clinical surgery at the Bowman Gray School
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