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1 One reason milk production is so high with
ifTe Cove dairies is because of the excellent
such as this Ayrshire, owned bv David Nol
Note the unusually large udder. This cow
ibout eifilit gallons per day.
fc Another heavy producer Is from the herd
of Mrs. Frank Leopard, This Guernsey was more
intent upon grazing than posing for a picture.
No, 3 Perhaps the highest producer in the coun
ty is this Ayrshire, of the David Noland herd.
This is Pinchurst Brae Fan, a registered Ayrshire,
with an official record of 12.000 pounds of milk
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in 305 days. Her two daughters have olTlciul n-p-ords
of over 12,000 pounds each In 305 davs. Her
dam,- grand dam, great grand dam, and great,
great grand dams, have official records' of each
producing over 100,000 pounds of milk in their
lifetimes, This animal was pincliasi'd us a 1 11
(Tub calf In June 1:i1"J. Her owner. David, Mauds
back of her.
No. 4 Inside the Noland dairy, with Mr. Uoi;crs,
manager, starting to milk.
No. .1 A few Heiefords from the herd of Hugh
KulililTe. Willi Hill Hill, shown in the back. f
No, (i Some purrhrcd Hereford from Hie herd of
Johnny Morrow the largest herf herd in the
YORK - (AP) When
jarried Joe Aglio, the man
holce, and then won a $500
1 ring in a theater contest,
she was still worried.
Joe and Jean Won "The Mating
Season" contest at the Paramount
theater which advertised the pic
ture of the same name. But Jean I fed about it.
had' token the morning off to get 1 Ratclif f e Cove Home
married and she was worried. She
didn't know how the boss "would
Has Added Something New!
WE HAVE JUST
BECEIVED OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT OF THE
JTTERNS TO SELECT
1- Blossom of Spring
WE INVITE YOU TO SHOP WITH US OFTEN
Wc also have a wide
Variety of practical
W. M. "Bill" Cobb, Owner
Receive Many Honors
TliouHh small numerically, the
RatcUTTe Cove Home Donionstra
tion Club has made great strides
during the past year, and is plan
ning for even greater .service dur
ing 1951. final of the members dur
ing the present year is to be a
community service project, and to
have ovpiv woman in the commun
ity a Home Demonstration Club
woman. Members -are si l iving to
Improve the standards of living in
every home throughout the entire
The club's twcnly-lhree mem
bers, under the presidency of
Mrs. Will Katcliffe, have accomp
lished a variety of .projects. Dur
ing 1 1)50 members made two Uni
ted Nations Flags which were pre
sented to the Ratclide Cove Bap
tist Church and to the Kli.abeth
Chapel Methodist Church. In each
church a preserdaUon program
They als(p took part in the copper
and aluminum workshop; and an
aluminum workshop was held by
the club at (he Community Build
ing. Al that time many members
completed trays for use In their
own homes or for nilts.
During the Apple Festival the
club exhibited an entry of apple
On Achievement Day, the club
had the distinction of winning the
most, blue ribbons, receiving as a
prize a subscription to the Mountaineer.
During the year members have
also found time and funds to help
a needy lamily, to send card show
ers to the sick, and to make visits
and send gifts to members who
Several members have made ma
jor improvements in their homes
especially in adding electrical a-
ihihl in an ambulance on the way I sooner than the ambulance. The
In ;i bu-pilal a lew years HKO So
-he railed I he same ambulance re
new baby, a bov. w.ii bom at I he?
threshold of the Hose resilecine.
ANpFRSON I nil" " ' 1 l'v " ";'-N v.hejt the sl.i'kihovcrcd near .., r wt
Mrs, James Rose gave bill h to a awin. This time the stork arrived' I'se Waul Ads lor quick results.
During National lliune .Demons-; plianccs and remodeling in their
(ration week. 115(1. they pa it kip- kitchens.
atcd by arranging a window dis-j
play on a theme of outside ap-j The violet is the state flower -of
pearancc of homes, grounds, etc. New Jersey.
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Don't forget your f.innwootfs. They can produce casKt ros
too. Some, land is l' st for one kind of crop, some for another.
Trees are the best money makers on some types of farm lanJ.
When protected from fire and managed wisely, a farm fomt
-will produce steady cash crops. Ask your nearest forester for
information about tree farming.
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