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in lii; u:ie a rcof'
r.NVSLU3. North Carolina
lUELICUZa EVERY THURSDAY
) is ;
5 at j
i en the
i 1 about
"i I' ll sec
r a ? .0 bond
i i, tiie Garner
Li .on at 7:30
' !one. The
!. i to have
s v ich was
.' .id over
a . .i Bta-
i to have
1 v ;e sum-
Ty a widow 'and
. J ,ld from - the
i t 4:00 o'clock
y. Mr. Kegs'
.4 followed In
e "n,nn" j of i:.i,s "Deane
n to i.ocooe Vann Eakins
beau,, ai'y son.-niTii-TPi a.t two
'k In t e fefteniix , Saturday,
mbtr 21st at the home of the
s. Rev. W. P. Walters of War
iw performed the ceremony In the
"nee of. relatives and near
...eds. -. .
As Mrs. Theodore Rogers played
"gTins Wedding March little
(i Brown, niece of the bride en
i, carrv'ii? the ring on a dain
' uuow of white satin. The -cou-i
entered, and while the imprest
a rmg ceremony was performed
,i. hoci-s tendered McDowell's
o A . 'Vvlld Rose.".- Mendelsons
rch was used as the recessional,
e bnae was charmingly attired
j a travelling suit of blue with ae
-iles to itch. Her flowers
; a snoumor corsage of briar
rr.h,-j and LI'ps of the valley!
l'ttle rli'g bearer wore a- frilled
i of wWte crepe and a corsage
heart ross. Mrs. Rogers
nl- ' r in a lovely
, .t ti.., e. - t
; v, left' Immediate
. F rkii!8 Is the oldest dauh-L-r.
mi ra. I W. Br. wn
sal t of friends who adJ
Her bi tt, c. eery and unsel
i nture v ,o v ,h Mr. and Mrs.
" iiie of l v. The bride ra-t
HILL, A Circle meeting
of tne Womans Auxiliary of the
In-. iyterian Church was held at
fie home of Mrs. T. A. Turner
Weiliii sday evening. ,. Mrs. Turner
conducted the Bible Study.
Plp-is were made to remember
the I nrlstmaa. Presents were ex
chai:0 jd by the members. ,-
Delicious fruit salad, coffee and
fruit cake were served by the host
ess. ' ,
: The following were present. ;
Mrs. Annie Jones,' Mrs.: Jasper,
Smith, Mrs. R. W. Wallace, Mrs.
Back-Swlnson, Mrs. Floyd Heath,
i Mrs, Earl Smith, Mrs. M. F. West-
orooK and Miss Ruby M. Swlnson.
Mr. J. A. Worley and children
were recent Goldsboro visitors. ,
Mr. T. J. Turner, a student at
Davidson College is here to spend
the holidays with his parents. . .
Mrs. Melvin Jones, Mrs.' L. C.
Turner and . Mrs. Horace TyndaU
were Goldsboro visitors Friday. .
.'v Prof, and Mrs. Qraham ' Shaw
are visiting relatives at Ricblands
and Kerr, N. C. . i
, For the first time in over a
. decade the people of this coun
ty are. enjoying a White Christ
mas. ' ,
' Sunday , the day winter made
Its official debnt, snow clouds ...
brought a heavy fall of snow and
sleet. The thermometer, dropped
as low as 11 , In some nearby
sections. 1 Not only .in . Duplin
County, but practically all i of
. the Eastern Cared na is blanket -
ed. m t i
. ... i . a
College Students v-
Home For Vacation
Christmas is a time of reunions,
and this Christmas has been no ex.
ception to the rule for the Duplin
Youth have been flocking home for
the comnig of Old Santa; From
schools and- colleges all over the
state ana several from institutions
outside the state, all roads . were
leading to Duplin County for-these
young people. One of these boys
remarKea that a box from home re
gardless of what was in it always
tastea gooo, jproviaea it was some.
thing to eat. They all tnintt
home and can sincerely say after
the first' stay away from the ole
tramping ground, "Be it ever .' so
humble, : there is no place like
nome . as youtn grows. older,' the
old urge to go home remains, and
we see toe Dupunites who are tea
ching in other counties and states
Mis, Connor Jones, who is' teach-1 B Zd2h
Um SoUdavs. ? r.r .r, w.omen 8 away
Mr. Ralph Woodard U spending
the holidays with relatives at Sel-
the liuid cf flowers.
i v ie '
Jr. r U'
J oi i
"Ti Of t
s several schools
i .It.. Eakins grad-
and is a most
i man of Atkins
. .il reside.
s a- and. wife, i and,
. I ii. . inite and hus
i and Mr. . John
" e, brother of the
-d the marriage. .
tor a visit.
Mr. and. Mrs. Alex Kornegay at
tended the marriage of their neice
Miss Evelyn Maynard in Clayton
Saturday. - , . . ' ' :
Mrs. Bettle H. Williams of Wash
ington, D. C, arrived Saturday to
spend several days as guest of
Miss Alice Straughan. Mrs. - Wil
liams will visit her sister. " Mrs.
Jennings Williams In Wilmington
for a few days.
i" Mr. - and Mrs. J. M. Pierce were
visitors to Fayetteville Friday;
The many friends of Mrs.' Buck
Lewis will regret to learn she is
confined to her bed with an attack
of iu and pneumonia.
.Mr. and Mrst O. S. Best ' will
have as their guests ' Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Best and fami
ly and Dr. Deleon Best of Golds-
bora, . Mrs. J. K. Williamson ' and
Mr.; and Mrs.. Frank Thomas ,nd
f amuy. - r t f s
Mrs. Mattie. Allen and Mr. Wil
liam A4ien of Goldsboro - were
guests of Mrs. Lila M. Kennedy
' 'M'lCM IjTfiid .TV T hfhH.'. m VmamVm
t 'W1uwii. 0I ine rineiand -college Faculty Is
e and at North snendintr thn hnliHnvs c.tvith .i tr
s lor women and: sisters, Misses Bowden and.. Betty
- f years has been a I Lof tern, .- U ,
wwiao n ;)ifjji( tTii ; ni..iMl.L.
Mary Alice and - . Janie Bell and
Messrs. Frank,. James and Robert
Blackmore are spending the Christ
mas holidays in .Florida, visiting
airs. BiacKmore's sister, Mrs. - w,
A. HatcheU. -
Mrs. J, C. Robinson of Chester,
h. V. spent the' week end at the
home of Mrs. D. E. Best. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Johnson spent
xnursaay in Kaietgn. . .
Mrs. R. N. Lomlnack spent Sat
urday In Goldsboro."
Messrs. W. E. Hines. Middleton
ana j. Herman nines spent xnurs
dav in Goldsboro. . ' i.
Miss Het Farrior. a member of
the Fayetteville School Faculty is
spending the holidays with Dr. and
Mrs. j. w. v-arrlor.
Mes dames F, W. Walters and
Wayne Jordan ' were viaitorB . to
Mrs. Margaret P. Orme of Wash
ington, D. C and Col." and Mrs.
Dudley Peifce of Milwaukee, Wis.,
and their nephew Charles Peirce
are spending the Christmas Holi
days with. -Mrs. -T. B. : Peirce. ;
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Humphrey
spent Thursday In Raleigh.
Miss Bessie Qulnn left Sunday
to spena ine noiiaays in Jackson
ville, Fla. f.
Mesdamea Herbert Middleton and
David .Hnhha anmt VkflnMdaw (n
and Francenia rjTu.fri . , . "OWB. enl
waui aild IS VUUUUg Ul UdU
ghter, Mrs. E. U Frazelle.
Messrs Milton and Dalton West
spent Sunday inv Wilmington, they
went to see Robert West who is a
patient at James Walker hospital.
Miss Elizabeth Powell and David
Powell of New Jersey are spend
ing the holidays with their parents
Mp. and Mrs.. J. AlVas Powell. . '
Mrs. J. E.. Thorn ton of Mebane,
Mr., and Mrs. Herbert Middleton
and family of Columbia, S. C. and
Mr .and Mrs. Henry Middleton and
family of Raleigh will spend Christ
mas Day with their mother, Mrs.
Herbert Middleton., jJ,
Mr. and Mrs. A." L. Humphrey,
Arthur Lee and Sarah Humphrey
will spend Wednesday in Southern
Pines. - .
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eller of N.
Wllk esboro and Mr,' and Mrs. Way
ne Kiier end daughter, naizaDetn
Ann of Eluefield West.Va,, - arei
vl'iitin? thoir parents, Mr. and
y.i -5. G. G. HoliHnd.
I -I. I ' -id Kckett spent Tues
y v "it -r (Sfiir'hter, Mrs. Leon
. t i t ' .
r, Jr., and Reb& Jac.
i . ' -ell and Ruth Brice
,ti:.ews and Elizabeth
'.i and Martha E. Hin-
Elantqn and. 1 Eunice
Wilaon and Alice Virginia
"f"t irollomaff And . Sillie
.. i f. (id EatLIeen Jones.
.-redi - ,i , . .
e 1 ,.u.r and Louise Mor-
r Wolf and Louise Pear-
.i arnar and Arlene Cor-
0 ! - -"
J. T. ' .im, Jr., was a
s li nd, ' Va., ' last
i. ff. W. Hunter and
. i a Hunter and
. ,,'rVht of Tur?
fluay to spend
. . -.
'. . .";ams, Eois
i i.unt Wed-
. il. Text, Jr., are
9 In Chase
'j. 'l.eats xno-
ft . i r-
from home, find time to return-for
the Christmas season. Kenansville
as well as other towns and commu
nities of the county are alive with
Homecoming youm. .-,-
. . ; o l ii .. i
. The Womans Auxiliary : met , at
the Manse Monday - afternoon, at
3:30 with a good representation
present.. The program was built
around the Theme "The Spirit of
Joy" which is the true spirit to
have during the Christmas season.
This spirit can belong to any per
son wao win tet ine master have
His way in his life. Mrs. N, B. Bon
tvy aeu uio uevouonai periou. -.
. Christmas Tree
The Annual "eaxrlstmaVTree nwis'
tne special attraction at thn Pnn.
byterian church Monday evening at
7:00. An attractive - croerara of
poems and candle services, was di
rected by Mrs. Gooding and, Mrs.
viavia ana jams -jouise wens i ac
companied on the piano,"Christmas
Carols were sung by groups and by
the congregation.. -At the Close of
the program. Old Santa1 arrived
with his sack -of goodies for the
boys- and- girls of the Sunday
; . v 'New Service
The Duplin TIMES which-is ma
king its weekly visits tp over 2,000
Eastern Carolina homes is offering
to us readers a new service by
publishing each week a church di
rectory for the following Sunday,
We realize the power of the chur
ch in the community and we also
realize that many people fail . to
attend church services., because
they do not know on which Sundav
services will be at the different
churches. These church announce
ments will be veYy brief, but of
sufficient length to give full infor
mation. The directory will rive the
names or tne cnurcoes throughout
the county, the- hour of worship,
and the subject of sermon when a-
vailable. The church denominations
win appear in the alphabetical or
der with all churches of the de
nomination listed below. -. j
v we are asking for the coopera
tion, of all of the ministers of the
county in getting to us this Infor
mation ion Mondays of each wi
for the following Sunday. A postal
va wu uo, juat write your lnror
matlon and mall - to- the Dunlin
Times Office In KenansvUle, " and
special attention . will be given all
announcements, v we reserve the
right to re-edit your material so as
to mane; it uniform,
-Our I V r cstry V ork
.' Last week we saw something of
the inner workings of the forestry
department, and we' will continue
our researca this week -
, The Department is working, per
fectly to date with several fires to
deal with, but none have gotten be
yond control.- The largest fire
spread over about 20 acres but the
most of the fires are confined to
four or five acres, or less. One fire
was so small that the warden had
trouble locating the . scene of the
fire for state reference. The people
lot tntf-county nave neen cooperat-
' (no- ,1n IctHno- tha xra rHnna Irnms
ivrhAn ,il fir a hrAnlrH nu anA . ha
been willing to help put the lire
Suppose a fjire breaks out, what
would you do First be sure to no
tify .the : nearest warden. Then, do
everything that you can to stop
tne tire, .do not try to. back tire
against, the larger, fire until you
have been o advised by the. ward
en, as the batik fire is apt to get
away from you and do damage to
another mans1, land, or it may be
aeucuBttry to set me DacK rire on
anothers farm. -Be .very?, careful
with these back fires and .resort
to them only when you find that
the fire can not be controlled oth
erwise. Use your "swatter". and
water -pump, and usually you will
oe aoie to control the blaze.
, Always be sure to notifv all Ad.
joining landjamers before r setting
uut a lire una, rememper mat you
are liable for all damaereidann bv a
fire, whether from carelessness or
oy accident, when you are the Dar-
iy uiai siariea tne rire. '
Sectfon 430 Of th North nam-
una forest Fire Laws aava in nart
that any person desirine to set fire
on his own farm must first warn
all adjoining land ... owners,: and
must closely guard the fire thua
ev ana exnnguisn it before it rea
caes anothers -property. For any
violation of this law the , person
shall be guMty of a misdemeanor
and subject to a fine of from 60.00
to 600.0 or imprisonment -for
irom i to 4 months. For a, second
offense the time for imprisonment
ni from 4 months to one year. Af r
ter serving such penalty from the
crimilal law the offender still ' be
lalhle to a damage suit from all
persons damaged bv said fire. An v
person who will furnis.h the state
evidence sufficient for 'conviction,
shall receive the sum of $50.00 said
amount to be added to the court
Lets 1 all coonprafA with nm
County uuy' dUViot -wardens ' and
maKe our county free from forest
fires. More next week, v
Information furnished bv Rninh
Miller; County Forestry Warden.
'.tt.lt. (Lea) DalL for the past
several years : cashier of the
Bank of Magnolia unt r. it dis
continued business,, will be con
nected with the Branch Banking
and. Trust Company, according
to an announcement from thai
Institution .yterday,':!:;;'.!.-.;: s.
. Mr. Dall will be located with
:the- Warsaw branch. , ! -!v J''
His many friends will be glad
to leant of his new connection.
Have you seen the siem boards
that are being used by the State
hi her safety campaign. Watch for
mem, aa you travel the highways;
There you see a state hlarhwav of
ficer holding the mangled, body , of
a emiu m one arm ana signaling to
you with the other arm that you
''Stop killing these children." A
child has a one track mind . and
when he Is thinking of one thing
ue lurgcio 10 iook ous tor . cars.
Lets be on the lookout for children
on the highway. The next victim
may be by your car Or it may be
. o . -
THtTRSDATi- DBp, Sfltlt, lsir . V A NCMBEB 24
' Superior Court will open here
January th for the trial of Civil
cases. Judge small is .scheduled to
preside but information coming tc
the. Times office yesterday was to
the effect that Judge Grady wiH
exchange with Small.' . . .
. The following jurors have been
chosen Tor service:
.1st. Week: .
,' Ophaa Whalev. A. T; ail. De-
vwitt Blanton, J. W. Home, A R.
Price, Joe Wood, Albert Whitfield,
Rlufus Brock. : E. F. Strickland.
Harjess Southerland, A. D: Hall;
Forest Mathis, W. F. Hlnson, Lins
ter Futrell. A. J. Strickland. Z. J.
Hill, Luther Miller and W. L. kornegay.
Joseph- Williams. Jno. W. Neth-
ercutt, Wi C. Heath. D. J. Grice
J. F, Thompson, Yunnan M. Fieich,
M. C. Waters, L. C. Albertson,
Floyd Heath. J. H. iiinson. h reu
Cottle. R. C. Kennedy, E. L. Wa
ters, Albert J. Williams, Exavery
nuuiHun, j. mi. jonnson. lrov
bland, C M. Nicholson, David
uranti Paul Fate, Herman Smith,
Jacob. Williams, Jacob James, Jo-
uie-.omni.on, j,u tne r smith, M. G.
Moore, W. E. Fussell. w. G. Beaji-
ley,. J, H. Hobbs, Leslie J. Teach-
ey. M. - T. i' Jones. Jesse E. Wmt.
,Pok. 0. H. Dail, Colon F. Thom-
na, u. n. nrown, J. JSi. UlCKSOn. J.
i uates, tuiiie Brown, W. A
smitn, O. C. Johnson. P. m nr.
nng, Aloert ilnams, Owen Davis,
-aii- Robnlson, Charlie D. Wil
liams, u H. Qulnn, James Worth
ijavis. Li.' . Hare H R. nn,a
Asa Howard, Jr., Wulie Hatcher!
O. M. Rich, Herbert Mercer and
v. . crown.
Hostesses At. Wallace
- T-)0 - '
Misses Mary tuzabeth and Do
rothy Wells were charming host
esses to a number of their friends
at a dinner party Sunday night at
the home of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Graham Wella. in Wallace.
The Invited euests were Miss
Pattie Lof tin, i Anna Carr, Ruth
Stephens, Louise. Wells, Messrs.
Roy, Sltterson and Robert C. Wells
of Kenansville; Messrs. Milton
West, Glenn Rollins and Davis Hol-
llngsworth of Warsaw; Misses An
nette Hester, . Margaret Farrior,
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hester, Messrs.
Armlnus Carr, Buster Wells and
King Keeler of Wallace.
County Court convened Monday
for a very short session, concluding
it's Christmas week work at noon.
The following cases were disposed
Did you ever notice a little aim
sitting along the highway with the
words-"Man Wm-b.ncrt inj tki. .
- ..V..H..Q. niHl WM, H
you drove on you were thankful
that you saw the sitm. for other:
wise you could not have told what
those men were doinsr there bv the.
side of the highway.
Did you ever stop and ask your
self if you needed a "Men Work
ing" sign so that people could tell
your purpose in life. Lets have a
purpose and stand firm before the
Set Out Cuttings To
Start New Shrubbery
0 ' . ' ' i.;''
Winter and spring months offer
the home gardener a good oppor
tunity to enhance the beauty of the
home grounds by propagating
Study New Program
' o '
Agricultural authorities agree
that the complexity of modern ci-
vlliatoin has given rise to farm
problems unlike, any that have
been, encountered before.
To aid in. the solution of these
problems have been called the
philosopher andthe sociologist, as
well aa the scientific research wor
ker and the farmer in the field.",
( The' broader social and economic
aspects of rural life must be con
sidered in the development of an
adeauate'long-trnie f arm program,
said Dean I .O. Schaub, director of
the State College agricultural ex
With this in view, North Caroli
na's extension workers made a
special study of the deeper Impli
cations of ' present conditions while
holding their annual conference at
'State College, last week.
In working out a sound program
the dean said, they must encourage
farmers to -cooperate in balancing
their farming schedules so as to
maintain their own self-sufficiency
while producing the commodities
N. C; Music Clubs -Composition
Four prizes are offered:' two "Se
nior" prizes of. $10.00 each; two
"Junior" prizes of 5.00 each. Clas
sification of prizes Is as follows:
Senior. I The Federation prize
of $10.00 foftbe beat song, sacred
or secular: The composer must be
over twenty-one years of age. i
SenionH A prize of 910.00 for
the best piano solo. The composor
must be over twenty-one years of
Junior I A prize of $5.00 for
the best song, sacred or secular.
The composer must be under twen
ty one years of age. -
Junior II A prize of $5.00 for
the best piano soio. The composer
must be under twenty-one years of
Mules Governing The Compositon
1. The contestant must be an
American citizen, and must have
lived in North Carolina at least one
2. The composition must be sub
mitted In manuscript. No composi
tion already published will be con
sidered; ! i : -
3. A contestant may enter anv
number of manuscripts for one or
both compositions in "Senior" or
4.- A contestant winnine- Uia nri
for , the best song may not enter
songs the-following year but may
still be eligible for the piano solo
prize. ." -- -v
5. The name of the contestant
must not appear on the manuscript
It must be enclosed in a sealed en
velope containing, also, the names
of the compositions and the ad
dress, with postage for return of
6. AH manuscripts must be in
the hands of the Chairman of M
Carolina Composers not later than
February 10, 1936.
i. care will be taken to aafp-
guard the manuscripts in every
possible way, but the Federation
cannot be held resnonnihlo in
of loss. Eash contestant should re
tain a duplicate copy of any man
8. Manuscripts should ho
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, Chairman of
North Carolina Composers, 603
W. Wh..aker Mill Road, Raleigh,
9. The winners of prizes are ex
pected to make every effort to be
present at the premiere perform
ance of their compositions, and to
receive, in person, the prizes at the
convention at High Pointy, C-
March 25-28, 1938.
10. The Federation reserves the
right to reject any composition not
considered worthy of a prize. .
11. All contestants please bear
in mind that the judge's decision
mora arhruha and flnwBrino- nl.nr i,Beelea y society,
One of the most nonular wavaof "Not muat we Promote bet-
ter cultural practices," he declared
wut we must also study the mark-
propagating deciduous schrugs Is
aettiiier out cuttinca nf ntema il
to eight inches long, said j. G. ' t0 determine the best produc
Weaver floriculturist at Statu ;Uon WSnedlles.
College I ' We need t0 give careful consi-
. . ' , . , deration to the welfare of the far
The wood of last season's grow- -nrt w.. t tt ,
tn should h fakan dH, ttZ .u mer ty. to the develop
Ht " "".v. Z T;'..ment 01 ttr living stendards
Zr7:?X.JZ?' M vital, wholesome com-
vry of Richmond
r k iter, Mrs. J.
; f.f V"'
are visiting their parents, Mr.- and
Mrs. J. B. Qulnn..
Miss Arlene . Farrior of - Golds
boro, is spending the holidays with
her sister, Mrs. Alton Vick.
Mr. A. i Humphrey and son
Arthur Lee, spent Tuesday in Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sholara and
Wilson,. Jr., of Rich Square ' are
visiting Mrs. Shoulars parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. P. Pridgen. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brltt of Mt
Olive spent Wednesday with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Bland Pick
ett. , - f
Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Piiikatt re
turned home Tuesday from a visit
to Mrs. ricketts parents. Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Huff in East Bend. They
will be guest of Mr. and Mrs; Bland
Pickett Thursday., -
Miss Margaret Cooper, a mem-
Der or tne Ml. Olive Schobl Facul
ty is spending the holidays with
her mother, Mrs. M. L. Cooper.
Congr- iman Graham A. Barden.
of New Bern was a visitor in town
Saturn -y n -ht.
Mrs. I,',. J West and hnnso
euc-t, T . '
jsIoiui..y in (.
A. Mallory. spent
Dolphin ' Moore, assault with
deadly weapon. Prayer for Judg
ment continued to : the January
term. t y .
itrfiwin Bryant was. given a nol
pros with leave on charge of as
sault with deadly weapon."
ueoaie sosuc was sentenced to
one- year on the roads for selling
whiskey and operating a "bawdy
wuue Edward Faison. assault
ano drunK and disorderly, was eiv-
en 4 months.
William Grav. charred with nail.
uBT iirearms witnout license. Giv
en a 80 day sentence, suspended on
condition that he pay a fine of $50
uu court costs ana remain of good
.behavior for 2 years.
Chauncey Gray,: charged 'with
selling whiskey, Given 2 years on
the roads, capias to issue to Dup
lin, Onslow Jones and Lenoir Coun
ties January 15th.
Norman Hanchey, unlawful hunt
ing. Prayer for judgment continued
on payment or costs.'
Iver Merritt, charged withp
erating a bawdy house and pros
titution. 2 years in jail, suspended
for years, capias to issue in any
county in North Carnllna ,
Johnston on Friday, December 27,
Jesse Powell was sriven one Vear
on the roads for assault withjdead
ly weapon. - - .' -
""Itff act," there is nardly a phase
of. rural life that does not -come
wfthin the scope of the long-time
agricultural program now being
set in motion by the extension ser
vice." ; . . ' '
Be sure mat an twigs taken are
alive, and do not cut too close to a
When the cuttings are made in
winter, Weaver advised that they
be stored to "a cool cellar in damp
sand or peat. Or they may be bu
ried outdoors In well drained sand.
A a Mnn on f Via avtf m (n 'muui:
workable condition In the spring Reclaim Swamp Lands
tne cuttings may be set out In the
garden in rows 18 inches apart,
with the cuttings four inches apart
in the row. , ,
The next fall, after the cuttings;
With Copper Sulphate
' Applications of copper sulfate
will increase the productivity of
hava Prnwn - Httla tmnanl.t : wamp lanas in eastern
r worm caroiiaa.
them to a place where the- spacing '
is wider, so they may develop into VJ " ?te COrr? a
a good shape before they are set " in many fields'
around the house. 'causes the crops to be 'shallow
? Evergreen shrubs are a little har -"TJ " " f ' low a'
der to propagate, but the houj'? TT fr
gardener can do It wlth-a HtUe "1: "tv;1:2FO""T, ,
PAMt Wmvo sialrl ' ' 1 - JWIWH Ul UiO (XUUU1B IS J.UUE
' : .
, J- 'I a it. uh ul-t. -
In the fan. or early winter where' T "'".'r" orfuc con-
the climate la mild, set out ever-' . k .. ma . hlB.
green cuttings five t seven Inches ut upper 8Ubsol, te br0wn.
long Do not remove any mors fo- . no Hme pieA
UagethannessarxtQtasertthejpr1!Vl0US, two tons of finely
lower end Into.the sand bed. t , d Ume,tone snouJ(l
Set them In rows four inches a-, cast on eacn acre mlm aa
part, with the twigs two to- row1tne8e wll, are h,ghly ' r
inches apart in the row." SBade- - - - ."' w-:
R. J. Price, charsred with r.niaitu. tham nth tv.a. lath. Kni-ion dnis.1 The appUcauon . should be made
t0alfl,a?- Case' J"BMlssett ' tag the following summer. They of- at lamt u mm0ut before P,antln
. Coy Thomas, charged with as- , 1. ZZL. Y 11 Urns, with the lime being disked in
sault with deadly weapon. Case re- 4-. w - t ,OUrtlt var the
manded-to Justice, of the .Peace. Velop roots so they can be trans- u' ? . y"-i
Timely Farm Ques.
Ans. At State College
QtTESTlON: What will be the a-
mount of the f(rst payment made
to tobacco growers signing the
new contract ? (
ANSWER: A minimum payment
of $1.00 per 100 pounds of base
tobacco production will be made as
soon as possible after the contract
is signed. Additional payments will
depend .upon the price of tobacco,
and will ,:be the amount which,
when added to the farm price, will
bring the returns to not less than
parity on the quantity of tobacco
used domestically. Tenants and
share croppers will share in the
special payments in the same pro
portion as their interest In the 1936
QUESTION: How can I get rid
of yellow color in eggs from my
poultry flock ?
ANSWER: Shell color is inherit
ed and the best way to eliminate
the color ia not to set any eggs
showing tinted shells. When breed
ing for future eggs producers head
your flock with males from a sour
ce where this trouble does not ex
ist. If the eggs with colored shells
well to do no breeding from the
show to a large extent it might be
present flock. Keep the present
flock for eggs production only and
get some new breeding stock from
another flock that does not pro
duce colored egg.s
Teezer: If a man buys a horse
for $70, sells him for 80 ; buys
him back for $90 and sells him a
gain for $100 f how much has he
with the Hme.
finely ground copper sulfate,
such na used in Bordeaux mixtures
for spraying, is the type recom-
hWdei by .Willis. But he warned
against using it too often, as an
excess will make the soil sterile.
He also urged growers not to ap
ply copper sulfate en a large scale
until they have tested it on their
Sign in a. Texas cafe: Use less
sugar ano stir line n we don't Beauty shop ad: If your hair
u.s uue . , , ' y , isn't becoming to you, you should
a ' be coming to us. - .
' Sign in the elevators of a Duluth Chinese doctor's ad 1 Inrestlon
hotel: Tpu are never fully dressed of false teeth and eyes, latest Math
until you wear a smile. odists. .
aftM:.n flititiNnnal iMi , . 14.-. land ;
should be applied. , J r wulis aIso stated that an appu
, Approximately 50 pound !of ;caUon flf.W. pounds of muriate ot
copper sulfate should also be ada;011 to 0,8 acr improve the
corn yiow on new grounds. On old-,
er fields It may be necessary to p
ply 200 pounds of superphosphate.
ed to each acre before planting
time and worked well into the soil.
If convenient, It may be applied
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