THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 19,51
THE WAYNESVILLE M0UXTAIXEE2
Bethel Vocation Boys!
Adopt Big Program!
Program lor Year's Work Out
lined by I. A. .McLean,
Girl Gives Valedictory From Bed in Hospital
Th,, K-atimm! Ag i k'Li'.'.ure stu
dents of Bethel High -Scho'l mtt Fri
day, ikptember 14. and organized a
chapter of Young Tar UvA r'armjt
of the Future Farmer of Amertoa,
L. A Me La in. gricuitural teacher,
discus.-ed the organization and pur
pose of the chapter. Then the follow
ing officers were fleeted: Lenn Mur
ray, president; Glenn Chambers, vice
president; Bill Hyatt, secretary;
Steve Lathey, treasurer; Orval Pipes,
reporter; and Guy Cogburn. domes
Blayiock. and Howard Rogers, a pro
After the officers were elected the
following program of work for the
chapter lor the coming year was set
UP' SUPERVISED WORK
1. Each student carrying one or
2- 2U per cent of members using
purebred seeds or livestock for pro
jects. 3. To per cent of boys using fertil
4. JO per cent of boys planting one
or more acres of soil improvement or
5. All students completing project
1. All boys paying Y. T. H. F. fee.
2. Improvp school grounds.
3. Establish an agricultural mu
seum. 4. Cooperate in buying and selling.
5. Raise money to buy chapter
equipment through chapter activities.
6. Put on community exhitit at
Havwood County fair.
HOME WORK AND COMMUNITY
1. All members improving home
2. All members improving home or
chards. 3. Get 20 farmers to secure pure
bred seeds or livestock.
4. Get 25 farmers to attend even
5. At least five boys establishing
6. All boys doing three home con
struction or repair jobs.
1. Send two delegates to State
2. Conduct two or more Chapel
3. All '.members memorize opening
and closing ceremony and Future
4- All members to read one book
on parliamentary procedure.
EARNING AND SAVING
1. All members sav 25 per cent
net profit on' projects...
2. All members read One book on
thrift. : , :'
3- Have an active thrift hank with
100 per cent membership.
CONDUCT OF MEETINGS
1. 'iMl per cent attendance at all
chapter meetings.; inclilding at least
three summer meetings.
2. Conduct all meetings according
1. 2." per cent 'of mem hers making
Jane Anne Slaughter was valedic
torian of the Class of 1934 when
it was graduated from the Junior
High School at Hollis, Okla. But
when she delivered her Valedictory
address, she did so not from the
stage of the high school auditorium
but from a bed In a Dallas, Tex., hos
pital. Almost a year previously, while
attending A Century of Progress Ex
position in Chicago, Miss Slaughter
was struck by an automobile and
suffered serious injury. After being
ia a Chicago hospital for some time,
Confined to bed In a Dallas, Tex.,
hospital, Jane Anne Slaughter de
livered the valedictory address to
her classmates in Hollis, Okla.,
by long distance telephone and a
she was brought home to the hospi
tal in Hollis, and later was taken to
Dallas for treatment. A brilliant
student, she continued her work
even though in great pain, and when
the year's grades for the senior
class were averaged, her mark of 95
led them all.
She was voted valedictorian, and
arrangements were made whereby,
via long distance telephone and loud
speakers, she was able to deliver
the customary senior address, even
though she could not see the crowd
that racked the school auditorium
to the doors. "
an average of 85 on all high school
2- 25 per cent of boys making 1(0
or more on agriculture.
3. All boys reading one book and
three bulletins relating to agriculture.
4- Take part in all state and dis
T. Make educational tours with 50
per cent of members taking part-,
2. Hold Father and Son banquet
with all boys taking part.
3. Hold two socials other than
Father and Son banquet.
4- 80 per cent of boys attending
White Lake t ain p.
,r. 25 per cent of members taking
part in athletics.
1. Writ,, at least ten news articles
on chapter activit ies.
2. Make and use bulletin -board.
JUDGE PAYS FINE
.'; Tulsa. Akla. The police traffic
court was an expensive place for Mu
nicipal Judge A. A. Hatch and City
Prosecutor Carl Kavi.s recently.
Judge Hatch lent a man $1 which
he had been lined for overtime park
ing when the man said he had no
A few minutes late Ray. is did the
thing for a mail with the same charge,
the same tine and the same plea.
Waits 11 Years To Speak,
Then Says, "I Thank You"
Chicago. For 41 years Albert
Smith, Indianapolis, awaited his. op
portunity to make a public address.
As chief clerk in the secretary's
office of the International Typograph
ical union fotr that many years.
Smith's duties consisted of recording
the -minutes of the union's conven
tions. Last night he addressed the con
vention. His masterpiece consisted of
"1 thank you."
Delegates had presented him with
u ring, as a token of remembrance.
CHILD,':!, FIRES (JUN
WHICH KILLS MOTHER
Salt Lake City. .Tiny lingers that
clutched a strange object beneath Mrs.
Clarenc,, L. Merrill's pillow sent a
bullet through her heart. Mrs, Mer
rill, twenty-one, wife of a special
policeman, kissed her son Douglas,
three, as she lay ' on her bed. The
child's hands closed on a revolver she
kept for protection during her hus
band's absence and unwittingly pulled
the trigger. An emergency opera
tion failed to save her life.
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years proved safest by 8,400 tests.
When you must suddenly jam on your
brakes, averting an accident often is a
matter of inches. Well, Stop tests on
slippery pavement show: on smooth
tires you slide 77 farther, on other
new tires you slide 14 to 19
farther than on new "G-3" Good
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big reason why more people
buy Goodyears than any
other tire. Since it costs you
nothing extra, why not
have this margin of
safety on your car too?
1. Against road
2. Against defects for
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Designed for fast over-the-highway
service on trucks and
trailers. Now you can expect
sensational results. Phone for
You Don't Wear
Summer Clothes In
The Winter So
Why Expect Your
Car To L'se Summer
Drive in today arid
let us change that oil
and give your car a
thorough ch ecki n g.
Many times we find
small troubles that are
quickly and easily fixed
whereas if they were to
have gone unnoticed
would have become
serious and expensive.
Crops Lower The
Upkeep Of Poultry
l'oult i y itH';i who wish to tii.iiv a
protit du i :njr the period of low egg
pruuuit ion this full :unl winter must
i!imm..tc all unoa sxi. y f e. d costs.
But tile eeiiotny slunild iuit lie e:u
rieil si) far as to furtlier deeieae
ejrjt produetion. warns Key S. l'ear
styne, head of the State College
poult ry department.
Removal of unproductive hens from
the tloek and liberal use of winter
irrazintr crops afford the best means
of reducing feed costs and maintain
ing .a satisfactory rate of egg pro
duction, he said.
Non-laydrs and poor layers add
just us much to the flock cost as do
the good layers- but add little or
nothing to th, income derived from
egg sales, he pointed out.
Green feeds, which are less ex
pensive than other types of chicken
feed, tend to stimulate egg produc
tion by providing vital nutrients for
Uearstyne said there are certain
crops adapted to the various sec
tions of the state which will furnish
grazing through most of .the winter.
Thes,, crops should be sown in early
autumn so that a maximum growing
season may be secured.
Italian rye grass and Crimson
clover, or u mixture of these, have
proven satisfactory. Experiment by
Mr. Dearstyne have shown these
feeds to be practical from all stand
points. Full details aUut grazing crops
for poultry may be found in Experi
ment Station Hulletin No. i!S2, which
will be mailed free to North Carolina
citizens upon application to the agri
cultural editor at State College.
Soy Hay Mixtures 4 Year Scholarship
For Spring Grazing i Offered To N,. C. Boy
The problem ot dreams Is one con
cerning which scientists are not en
tirely In nrcord. Modern investigation
of sleep Indicates that special .psychic
forces do not operate in a dream nor
does the entire, activity of the brain
rest during sleep, but It is always, per
haps with the except Ion of sound sleep,
which lit'itu nnl a short time, only a
part of the brain that rests. Some
parts of the brain do not go to sleep
but continue to work, especially ufter
over-stimulation. There have been
numerous instances where persons
claim to have dreamed solutions to
problems, which on awakening they
found to be correct, but upon investi
gation it Is believed that iu such in
stances the subject was only in a par
tial state of sleep.
What is the host exercise for -reducing
.lust move the head slowly
from right, to left when asked to have
a second helping.
re,: in th:
t ir. - a i .
( ar.,'.i:a :.r :n, .
the aaiia:,e r..ii:
winw r hay ci iy
next spi nig. s..y-
or a nu-
hi1 u ,nti
A rev, eiti'iision
Oats, barley, abruzzi rye
tine of these ecleais. and el '.111-, mi
clover sown in September will furn
ish good glaring cilv next spring- If
the season is tavoiahle they will also
furnish grazing this tall
Seeding for grazing purposes
should he heavy. Aiey l ecoiuiiiended
the following mixtures, which have
given good results. In these mix
tures, the quality of seed needed for
for one acre is listed.
Two bushels of abruzzi rye and 15
pounds of crimson clover, or a mix
ture of one bushel of beardless wheat,
one bushel of beardless barley, anil
one and a half bushels of oats, and
20 pounds of hairy vet', h or .'! pounds
of Austrian winter peas.
The rye and clover mixture does
not make good hay. but -makes ex
cellent grazing for hit,, fall and early
spring when sown in September. The
second mixture, sown preferably be.
tween OctoU'r 1 and l.", can be used
for both grazing and hay.
If hay is to be harvested, grazing
should he discontinued in March, the
exact date depending upon the loca
tion in the state. Yields of two to
live tons of hay per acre have been
secured from this latter mixture
when sown on good land.
The hay will be ready to harvest
next may w hen the cereals are in the
milk stage of maturity
Nitrogen In ordinary circumstances nitrogen
Is somewhat inert, but Henry Caven
dish discovered In 17S5 that it unites
with oxygon when electric sparks ar
passed through a mixture of the gnseg
ami V. -F. lionkln later obtained am
monia by the action of a silent electric
discharge on n mixture of nitrogen and
hydrogen. In 1X' IH'Sifosses found
that a cyanide wiis produced when
nitrogen Was passed over a healed
mixture of carbon mid alkali or alka
line carbonate. Finally the fixation of
nitrogen was made possible by the dis
covery of Marguerite and Sourdeval
In 1N(I0 that barium cyanide is formed
by passing nitrogen over n heated mix
ture of carbon and baryta, which com
pound gives nmmonlii on heating
strongly In steam.
M 1 i: --I; s holar-
,i:; 1,-n !,, r a fjur
l.iity i.u.-l.uiiiiry at,
: ( g: .-n t , '. hi
ll. ember m North
t r be-!, j-, J Wi'.h
1 .-:,:p otlelci I: y
t iner.-n M r: i,m nf ( liai lot ie, will
iv awai'iied tlcloi-iei' VI, during, an
nual Stale Fair week, under the su
pcrvis'.on of 1.. 1!. llairiil, State Club
Leader, co-operating with the dairy
The aw u,l will he open to any
Potia tide Ji'i-ey Calf Club member in
North Carolina between the ages of
ill and 20 years who lias completed
two or more years of calf club work.
A calf r. used by the candidate in
his club work must be exhibited in
the state calf club show to be held
in connection with the State Fair.
The basis of the award, according
to Mr. Harrill will h,. the record made
by the member. Points will be count
ed thus: tinaiH'ial gain. :10; dairy
management- 10; leadership activi
ties, 10; type and condition of ani
mal, .'la; showmanship, 15-
Mrs. Marrison has offered the
scholarship to promote interest in Jer
sey calf club work. She and her
husband, former (lovernor Cameron
Morrison, are both Jersey enthusi
asts. (In his farm near CharlotU ,..
former governor owns one of the 1 v.
Jersey herds in the state. Am, i.e.'
the animals is a prize group of , i
Jerseys imported this year directly
from the Isle of Jersey.
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Captivity Agrees With Vulture
liespite the fact that in its natural
way of-living the vulture spends much
of its time soaring high In the air, cap
tivity has been found to agree with
these birds remarkably well. .'Speci
mens living In menageries have been
known to attain an ago of thirty or
forty years, which Is undoubtedly a
greater age than they are likely to
reach under normal conditions. Com
menting on this fact, a zoo correspond-,
rut for the London Observer remarks
that the Instinct of most animals Is to
lounge rather than to work, so long as
they are kept well provided with food,
and that the vultures don't mind hav
ing freedom restricted so long as they
do not have to work for a living'.
The professor rushed into the
drawing room where his wile was
''My dear," lie cried exititedlu'.
"guess what has happened! Intelli
gence has just reached me "
"Well, thank heaven for that. .Hu
bert,", replied his. wife as sin;', em
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