THE ZEBULON RECORD, ZEBULON, NORTH CA ROLINA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17TH, 1937
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SPANISH REBELS GET NAZI SALUTE
Despite official protestations ol neutrality throughout Europe, the
nationals ol both Germany and Italy are known to be joining General
Franco’s Facist forces in Spain. Here is a group ol German volunteers
_ joining the Rebel army with a Nazi salute.
SOIL-CONSERVING CROPb INCREASE
VALUE OF CCr?N
Vcj/i/e per Acre
More corn can be produced per
acre if the crop is raised on fields
where soil-conserving crops have
been grown the season before the
corn is planted, according to spec
ialists of the State College exten
sion service. The picture above
shows the increased value of corn
yields when the corn crop followed
rye and when it followed clover.
These were the average results of
a 12-year test.
Mrs. Roy Lewis, who lives in
Zebulon, stated to the associate
editor of the Record that raising
vegetables for the market pays
well. In proof of her statement Mrs.
Lewis said that last year she sold
vegetables that brought in $147.00
besides what the family ate during
the summer and canned for winter.
All were sold on the Zebulon mar
ket. Mrs. Lewis furnished several
grocers with what they wanted
from her garden and had an ar
rangement with Hocutt Grocery
Co. to take the rest on commission,
paying only for those that were
sold and returning to her the ones
left on hand. “But I never took
back anything except four small
squash,” she remarked. By selling
only on the local market the ex
pense of transportation to Raleigh
Great care was taken to have
all vegetables fresh and cool when
taken to the grocers. They were
gathered very early in the morn
ing before the sun had a chance to
shine on them and were kept in the
shade until sold.
This enthusiastic and energetic
gardner already has about one
fourth of an acre planted in early
peas and has sowed tomato and
pepper seed. She feels that a can
nery in Zebulon would be a fine
thing for the community. In ad
dition to other help it would pre
vent a glut on the market and keep
prices nearer at a level.
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The above facts were not given
for publication and Mrs. Lewis w’ill
probably be surprised to see them
in print, but such a record deserves
publicity and praise.
Petersborough, N. H. A new
record, exceeding the average of
the Guernsey breed for her age and
class has just oeen completed by
a three year old cow, Carolina
Moon 2d 377727 of Raleigh, North
Carolina tested and owned by the
North Carolina State College. Her
official record supervised by the
North Carolina State College and
announced by the American Guern
sey Cattle Club is 6844.8 pounds of
milk and 335.3 pounds of butter
fat in class EE.
Know Any Bigger?
We submit this as a new high in
bargains ZEBULON RECORD
and PATHFINDER for only SI.OO.
The quality is as high as the price
is low. This offer hits the top for
news service. You can’t afford to
‘Who to his friends his money lend:,
nay lose his money and hu friends.”
TRUCK COVER FOUND
If Owner Can Identify It, He Can
Get It By Seeing Me & Paying
For This Ad.
A. R. CORBETT
Zebulon, N. C. Route 2.
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IT IN MUSIC!
The first practical typewriter designed to write musical compositions.
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Brimful of useful facts and in
formation and other material of
human interest, the Ford Home Al
manac for 1937 goes to the homes
of the United States this week, dis
tributed free by dealers of the Ford
Readers of the booklet will find
IH AIL FORD HISTORY!
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LOWEST PRICED "8"
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New Easy-Actioa Safety Brakes
New Effortless Steering,
Improved Center-Poise Ride
All-Steel Bodies, Noise-proofed and
Luxurious New Interiors
Large Luggage Compartments in
Safety Glass Throughout
Battery Under Engine Hood
One-piece“V” Windshields that open
THE THRIFTY "60"
THE QUALITY CAR IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD—AT THE LOWEST PRICE IN YEAf
that, in addition to the time of
sunrise and set, adjusted to each
latitude; moon phases, eclipses and
the usual other information given
in Almanacs, the Ford Home Al
manac is replete with interesting
There are also short articles deal
ing with the views of Henry Ford
on various subjects, as well as an
Yet they're big, roomy cars, same size
as the brilliant "85" . . . with modem
style and rich appointments... and
quiet, sweet-running V-8 engines!
THE NEW Thrifty “60” V-8 cars save you
money, in a great big way, without cutting down
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ride as the brilliant “85” Ford V-8. The same steel
on-steel structure. The same new quick-stopping,
easy-acting brakes. The same big luggage com
partments and sweeping modern lines ... But the
“60” is powered by a smaller engine and carries
a lower price tag. And though it can’t quite match
the brilliant 85’s pick-up and top speed ; . . it is
still amongst America’s best-performing low-price
cars ... Smooth, quiet and flexible as only a “V-8”
can.be! Won’t you come in and drive one today?
YOUR FORD DEALER
AUTHORIZED FORD FINANCE PLANS —s2s a mouth, afte
usual down payment, buys any model 1937 Ford V
car. Ask your Ford dealer about the easy payment plr
of the Universal Credit Company.
article showing in detail what he
has done with the $13,000,000,000
which the public has paid for Ford
cars and trucks since the Ford Mo
tor Company began business in
While such information about
one of the modern world’s greatest
industries w'ill be found interest
ing by students, teachers and eco
nomists, the housewife and mother
will also find the little book handy
because of the reliable information
it brings for first aid treatments
in many different kinds of emer
gencies, hints for the kitchen and
care of the garden and a well plan
ned garden chart. The motorist
planning a trip to any part of the
United tSates will find in the Al
manac a chart giving accurate mile
ages between important cities.
CABBAGE ONION and COLLARD
all Assorted 500 Plants —5O c
1000 Plants —75 c
SWEET POTATO and TOMATO
500 Plants 75c lOOO Plants $1.25
PEPPER and EGG Plants
Georgia Paper Shell Pecans 15c lb.
Pecan Meats —4O c
DORRIS PLANT COMPANY
FOR SALE —Cabbage Plants: 10c
per 100; 90c per 1000. Healthy
and right size for planting. Also
Mexican Big 801 l Cottonseed
co-operative rating 1 1-16 to 1
3-32 staple 38 per cent. B. B.
RICHARDSON, Zebulon, Rt. 1,
or leave orders at Record Office.