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KUi&lTAN LADIES' NIGHT The Goldsboro was principal speaker, ad-
Calypso Ruritan club observed its first dressing the group on "Spiritual Val-
annual Ladies' Night in the Calypso - ues, Time and Talents",. Special music
school lunch room on Thursday night, included songs by the group, solos, by
August 31st, with W. H. Hurdle presid- Mary Dell Sutton,' of Mount Olive, and
ing as master of ceremonies. District piano music by H. B. Kornegay, Jr. and
Governor Charlie Jones, of Fayetteville, Mrs. M. 0. Summerlin.
was present, and Lester H. Gilliken of Photo by Vaden Brock.
,. Mann said an elaborate program
has been planned for this joint
meeting . which- annually draws
thousands - c ' farm people to the
The address of welcome will be
delivered tby L. Y. (Stag) Ballen
tine, Commissioner of Agriculture,
and the Governor will be Intro
duced byJd n W. Harrelaon, Chan
cellor, of N. Ci State College. .
. One of the features of the meet
ing will be the 'state finals of a
fashion parade in which farm wo
mea will model dresses made from
print feed bags. First place win
ners from counties where FCX
meetings have been held this sum
mer will compete for cash prizes.
A, T. Allen, head of an account
ing firm, will .present his audit
of the two organizations, and Mann,
will make his annual report to
Three nominees to the FCX
Board- of Directors will be voted
on during the business session, and
a report will be made on the re
sults of an election for Cotton
Association directors. " ' 1
eigh streets to Moore Square where
a barbecue picnic will be served.
4-H Club membra in Duplin
who would like have a beef
calf project th.s year should get
their calves now. The beef cattle
population of Duplin County Is in
creasing very fast and farmers and
club members are finding them to
be very profitable livestock when
most of the feed is produced on
to farm. - "
Feed needed for- a beef calf Is
hay.; corn and 300 to 400 pounds
cotton seed meal.
A beef calf project Is the best
way. for a boy or girl to learn to
feed, and care for beef cattle and
the- knowledge gained -from the
project win. be very valuable In
future years for those who go Into
beet cattle production.
Only, steers can be entered in
the Fat Stock Shows and theyl
should 'be all beef, type; either
Hereford, Angusy. shorthorn or a
cross- of these breeds. They don't
have to be purebred. Steers startr
ed on feed now should weigh from
"A LOOKIN' CP" is missing
this week due to Mr. Davis
being In KenansvUle working
with "The Duplin Story". Oth
er Falson news is necessarily
omitted for the same reason.
Next week Mr. Davis will be
'back on the Job. The attention ,
of Faiaon folks this week is
' called to the opening; of the
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Bank of Mt. Olive in the home
of their next door neighbor,
Calypso. See story on front
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
FAISOII 5&10c STORE
A BRAND NEW STORE
Next Door To Morton's Drag Store
IN FAISON, N. C.
To Hear Scotl
Raleigh, Sept. 4 Governor
W: Kerr Scott will deliver the
principal address at the. annual
joint meeting of the Farmers Co
operative Exchange and the N. C.
Cotton - Growers Cooperation As
sociation here September 12.
M. G. Mann, general manager
of the two farm organizations, said
that preparations now are being
mad to handle a crowd of up to
9,000 people. The event will be
held in the Raleigh Memorial Au
ditorium. Starting time is sched
uled for 10:30 a.m. The Governor
is expected to review during his
address the accomplishments of his
"Go-Forward" administration, prin
cipally those achievements having
to d with rural areas. T t:
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GET YOUR DRY -.
LAUNDRY ' . ''
DONE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS
, TUESDAY, Pick-up
MODERN DRY CLEANERS
The price of good and choice
steers will be between 20 and 31
cents per pound. We will be glad
to purchase calves for any club
members who want us to. If you
know some one" who has some
good calves and . you would like
for us to help you select one, no
Any bn who wants us to pur
chase a calf for you should send
a $10 deposit for each calf to V. H.
Reynolds, Assistant County Agent,
KenansvUle, N. CN"by September
10, 1950. ' , ,
S!:"3 Cc!!::3 llir.ij
By: RUTH CURRENT
State Home Denrtnstatlon Agent
stocking or, sock after lue t f
has been ruined, or even a soli- y
overshoe? Don't throw these this
Good leather from a stray glove
Is useful In trimming or strep- b-"
ening children's mittens or gk ts
as well as for elbow patches on
jackets and sweaters. .
The leftover stocking ne&dat
go to wast Yarn from It is very
handy for mending.
-, A good piece or rubber faMc
is often needed to patch a child's
Eye Examined, Glasses Fitted. ;
Next Door To Cavenaugb ;
, cnturotet Company
,. " ppratanent Office In
WAIXACE. N. C ' ,
Place Your Order Today
FAISON, N. C.
ACompki Line Of FRESH
GOLD S73AP FEEDS
FOR THE CADY CHICKS
ARGUS FLOUR ,
A Quality Flour At A Reasonable Price
BIG DOLLAR FEED ST0HE
' (Your Complete Feed Store).
H Mill II n II V
c 3 o n
pi -. -
Only; raetto Eacfepffii
1mnii.i..,.u..i..ii. o iiiii. 1 mi. .iij 1 .1 1 .n 1 mmmmmumV
TO IMPROVE THE GRADE OF GINNED;
COTTON, WHICH RESULTS IN MORE
PROFITS TO THE GROWER, WE IIAVE
JUST COMPLETED INSTALLATION OF
THE "VERY NEWEST
Murray Gins r
, AND .. .
Mitchell Dryers "
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Our Gins Have The l!ev M Sr.vs,
Ansr-Lisf Clccners. MITCHELL'S
!!;v SUPER CHIEF Cb:::rs Ad
ExIrccLs. IIov;s$f Typo GsDrycr.
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