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Mil, MttM P.
i. HAV1U on"1"
Ca Wednesday night May . the
iolla senior chsi had their
.ating exercises. Distinguished
3 were Dallas Herring, chair
a of County Board of Education
J O. P. Johnson, county ..aura
. lendent ' of schools, Rev.'R. L.
Crossno, Warsaw Medhodlst preach
er was the guest speaker. ;. 'y;, f p:,-Y
rM nTr. nrimeioal. presented
eleven eighth end Braduates their
O. P. Johnson presented the dip
lomas to thirteen seniors ana coo
rotated them for their outataod-
i . Wr-V tfmiuflSt fldlODl.
Sally Mae Jones was recognized
, Kr nutetandlnff record In school
attendance. She attended 13 years
urMfluMit miisina a day..
. wnii Nenridrk wis valedlctoran
and Ellen Sheffield was salutoltor-
ThM claafc climaxed the gradua
tion with a get together at Mr. and
Mrs. Emmon Sheffield's home.
They are the parents of Ellen Shef
. field. '
The seniors were very sorry that
1 Wade Gay lor was unable to get his
" diploma with them, wade stayed in
h Hmmltal neveral days with an
' injured leg. He was injured during
a basketball game at Hnseboro.
QiniM Wm1 vei iHujbia to take his
- exams' with his class they are bop-
. lag he will soon te awe to taxe
them and receive his diploma. -'
- ' The Magnolia people appreciate
' very much the wonderful job Ger
ald Carr has done as principal. Mr.
Carr took L. H. FuSsel's .plaice
. about two weeks before the dose
' of school.
Seniors Enjoy ;
Beech Week - End
' eiiv Ma Jones entertained her
senior classmates at house par
ty t her fathers cottage at uaro-
n-i. Mr. and Mrs. CUftOtt
Chestnut chaperoned the group.
The class went down on r. Jones
tv vriAmv naornina and came
back Sunday afternoon. They had
a wonderful time swimming, awn
ing and Just plain waling.
(Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hearn of Taa-
h.v nniima the marriage oi
their daughter. Miriam no rr.
Herbert Tucker, son of James P.
Tucker and the late Mrs. iwsw,
of Magnolia, Thursday May 10, In
Pvti Tucker is a graduate ox vae
mm.u irioih x4mm1. and he is
now with the Vt S. Army. He had
to report back to Chicago Tuesday.
Miss Betty Home was hostess to
be regular bridge club member
'last Friday evening at ner noma.
Mrs. N. T. Pickett was given a
fiAwp i container for hUh score
and riots paper for the traveling
prize. Mrs. L. H. Fusseu, wno wui
ha leaving soon was given a box of
candy. Mis. Herman Pippin recew-
mA an an fcrav for low SOOTS. ; I
mm. Fume LI assisted Miss Home
in serving a frozen salad plate and
iced tea. ' ,
Good Water Coming
The Magnolia water wonts are
moving right along. It will snu
i.a itru ,Mfore utey wui e
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completed, but the people are not
getting too Impatient, because they
are so thrilled to know that they
are really at last going to Wave good
Friday night, May 11. Maude and
Helen Smith were washing dishes
x Maudes' home. Bobby and A. Q.
Maudes' children and Helena little
girl Linda, were in the living room
nfaivtnff. In a few minutes Bobby
came running to the kitchen shout
ing, "Mommy, A. Q. is burning hi
book!'1 ' , ' '
When hev oot to him they found
that he had cotton a cigarette ligh
ter off the dining room table and
set fire to bis book and aome news
papers in the living room floor.
They succeeded jn putting the fire
out before it oauseo any carnage
other than scorching the floor and
base board. It just goe to show
that you cant be too careful wwh
Children. It could have been a ter
rible disaster, ' j
ed her father Leon Wilson, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Bauer ox
nnaklnatnn. Ti. C... sre visiting US
fattier Joe Baker and her mother
Mrs. Grady, ., "
Mm. mfton Guy is now working
at the radio shop In Warsaw, She
muim rutin, so if vours doesnt
Allen Turner, now with the High
way patrol force in Bryson City,
joined bis family at we m
his "parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leffeli
Turner last weea m omw w
hi. aiater.. Miriam, kraduate. His
little girl, Dane, was mascot. They
returned home last TUursoay.
Local t!:n Allsnd .
hi Q. and J. P. Smith attended
supper and salesmanship meet
ing at the Sutton's Pyrofax Gas
rv. dtimr roam in UoluaDoro iinm-
day night. May 10. The interesting
part about It. was that the group
of men and two women oooxea
mmnnr. Kach oersoB ' drew a slip
of paper elllng wbat he or she bad
to cook. A. Q. broiled the ham and
T p mnked waterless beans. The
others cooked broiled com. french
fried potatoes, biscuits, and coffee.
Tflvu renontekl it amazing to find
wfaat a good job men can do when
It comes to rooKing, However, hwhi
of the credit goes to the new 1931
automatic' Magic Chef gas range
that they used..
year la i 4 1
(Sao ElaciiQe '. ;
We invite yon to attend our Open House to be held at ear
store in Magnolia on May 5tb and 2th. A Mi,
Chef Cas BaagewiU be gfvea away FBBB to someone who visits
oar store aiirlng Open Hoose. Don't forget Of date, yialt n
and register for fc beautlf lid. Maglo W gas rakga to be given
away Saturday at 5:00 p. m. May 26th. Ton do not have to Is
present at the drawing.
nnrihnra Tucker was taken to the
James Walker hospital in Wilming
ton last Wednesday morning lor en
appendicitis operation. The doctor
said she would have to stay tnere
for about six days. She is doing
very .nicely. . . ' (
V. D. Wilson is at home and is
getting along fine. He was very
sick for about three weeks and
was treated at James Walker hos
pital.. "' '
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Sutton's Gas And
"A. Q. Smith and J. P. Smith '
: ".: ' Managers
Magnolia, N. C. . , j . , ,
After supper a movie on sale"
manship was given. ,
Market Going Well
mAe Oavlor -and MeMn Pope
held an auction sale in-Mr. Gay-
VV . . . ... . 1 1 0....wl4i.r
May 12. They had everything from
field peas to baby oeas. a narge
crowd gathered most , of the day
and a great many things were sold.
Auctions are very interesting es
pecially when you are bidding, be
cause you always wonder bow much
ihidher the other person is going
Participation la the ACP Fma
la Duplin county :
.n.. rj ift9 4n no alLocation for
Duplin county, we bave spent
492.71 as of to date. This amount
has been spent on 1600 farms,
which makes only 37 percent of the
farms In the county receiving the
benefit These other farms are n
Interested in soil conservation pr
vim Viiv tried to encourage
these other fanner to take advan
tage of the program, but it seems
u. m,. mm who are already paiv
thnpating are the only ones who
come back and as nor nwre.
Mail tn reanh the grOUP Who
are notpartiipatmg, by letters, etc.,
but we can not get k
the advantages of cooperating in
the program. . - . -" , -. "
. we would like for all communi
ty committeemen to discuss the
ACP program with the farmers in
jour community and urge them to
give the matter of participation In
the program their carerm ameuuuu.
v.y.h ,rrwmtMmtam should have S
county handbook for-1951. Study
your handbook and explain me uix
nnkfltinw to them. How they
should go about asking for prior
approval and the specuicationa m
We believe If you make a study ox
the ACP program and help us get
t iw to he farmers in the coun
ty, that the ACP program wiM be
a larger and stronger program.wu
iMr before. '
' Let's all put the ACP program
across so that more tran 37 per
cent will use It
had 03 tons Of
, .WUllJja. vvawv
bulk limestone delivered as of April
27, 11 and 4,421 tons ox oaggeu
delivered as of March 81, 1951. Now
is the time to lime pastures vuu
you pUn to seed in the l au. , , ,.
Any cash practice that producer
may ask approval for will bave to
h. m uIm alio for the files in the
office. Any producer who plans to
have a cash practice , approved
jh.tiA wmM duolcate copies ox
evidence documents for their own
nersonal use if they have neeo xor
Everyone is invited to these auc
tion sales that will be held ell day
every Saturday. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Grunbs and
daughter - Joan of Calypso were
guests of her sister, Mrs. John R.
Oroom and Mr. Croom last Satur
day. , i , .
Kllzahetli fiuriev of Hum Point
is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. H. Fus
sel, for a few weeks. Mrs. Fussell
plans to return to Higb Point mux
Pearlie Lanier, stationed with the
U. S. ' Anny in Kentucky, had a
nhont leave and soent Che weekend
with tns parents Mr. and Mrs.1 Ab
ner Lanier. "v J ' .'
(Mr. and Mrs: Walter Blizzard of
Route 2, m. Olive were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Parley Potter over
the weekend. .
.The dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Roscoe Potter Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Parley Potter and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bllzaard. Aft
er dinner they visited Mt. and Mrs.
Lawrence Potter. , . , i ' ,;
i Norwood Baker and two friends
of Charlotte visited his parents Mr,
and Mrs. Jacob Baker. Norwood is
the assistant director to the YMCA
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Maready visit-
Uncle Sam Says
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Coffers fine V-8 Power )
goffers Automatic Ride Control
. . Vbffers Automatic Kilcsge f..aker economy
offers seats will. fivo-fc:t hip room
ycflcrs Dcuble-Scsl ifi-Sizo Brakes
xtctim chdcfl of 3 arcat drives:
xiiffV . Con vntio'nul Jovwdrlvd- f ordomutlc
Cksck It feature tor feature
This April, years after the
original Minnie Mea fought the bat
tle f Lexington, oar country ' "ce
more forced to defend those rights,
x ui-.i. M thla Defense
effort depends on the maintenance
. j uBMunf. Ton
should have aa Important part In this
defense effort whloh can be fulfilled
:i .C. v... .f it. H. Defense
Bonds. Boy them now and bay them
regularly. Review your budget today
and then enroll for the Payroll Sav-
m- na work OP the
Bond-A-Month Plan at your bank.
Meeting for Instructions on 1951
acreage and performance procedure
-The meeting for giving instruc
tions oh measuring tobacco will be
held Friday, May 18, at 1:30 p. m. I
au mmmuniitv committeemen are
Invited to attend the meeting and
ones interested In helping to meas
ure should attend. If the commit
temen In he Townships could be
thinking this matter over before
now and. the 16th., and get some
good boys to measure In each com
munity,, it would help us to get
started, earlier and get the worz
completed before June 30. r
Tha traduction and Marketing
iAmJniotnMrtn Committee in Dup-
Un eounty; the Soil Conservation
Service Technician: and otner ag-
-i.rtiirol inne reDresentatives
have now fdniahed checking and ap
proving recommendations xor use
In preparing the 1952 National Ag
rlcultural Conservation ; Program,
according to PMA chairman Henry
. in the nast. the chairman ex
plains, these recommendations bave
hopn Mie rasnonsibility of the PMA
committee, but this year under the
consolidated program the son con
servation Service representatives
share in the responsibility . ;
t4u mwlstinff In he 1952 pro
gram effort are L. F. Weeks, county
..tA.in iLaAntr ' and A. 11 Jteniou,
of the Farmers Home administra
tion ". - " " .
, in,. r.tlnn1 A fTP Handbook W1U
u nnmami tram recommendations
.idhyntttmi bv county groups. The
State PMA committee Wiu seiecv
from the National Handbook the
iinihlA fnr h fitate.
From this list of approved practices,
the county group wiu .
practicesVon which assistance will
be available in macs, pome nmm
Farmers, bave known for years
that honeybees , were useful not
only as gatherers of honey nut
also as pollinators of seed, fruit,
and fdber crops. Now Uncle Sam
has discovered that bees are siao
vital to the defense effort.
Beeswax, a by-product of honey,
is needed for ; coating war muni
tions and for the manufacture of
airplanes. Although the wax is In
short supply, no satiaxactory sub
stitute for. it Is known.
w A stenhen. extension bee
keeping apeoiaUst at State College,
explains that i bees ' make their
nmrfh out of beeswax. After tney
onn 0vmsAlvM with honey, their
wax glands secrete a liquid that
hardens wnen it comes in ooskbci
witih the air. This material is used
by the bees as capping for cells of
honey and for the cells where uie
young bees are hatched, as well as
I for the combs which bold toe non-
ev and serve as cradles for Che
young bees. ,i'
AtonhiMi imcffw beekeeners '"to
save all at their orecious beeswax
and sell It to dealers, ' The price
is hdiebter now than ever before
mnii lanmunba of beeswax can
ho melted down bv heating in
water. It should not be allowed
boil. When it cools a cake of solid
wax -Will be floating on top of
Vnr irtfonnaitSon on how to ban-
die old combs and large amounts
of wax, farmers should' write, line
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'a' A vulU.-rPeJ fc J
serves as the center of activity ,r
many farm repair a.
tlon. Jobs.",. 1 . ' , - "'--.-
The Ufa of farm buildings ;ano
machinery can be extended oy
timely repair vwsuy
and many daya of lost tuna dur
ing the summer can also he avold-
edk s V ' ' - .
Repair work wlU be easier, sax
.a efficient if the shop
is orderly ana. weu-ugu,
iKT.,iAn.i cifrtW Council oners
k nurffBations as a guide:,-.
Reserve tne sius m , uv ;
with large doors for the repairing
of large machines. , i ' .
Make sure that wort areas are
..11-1lBfatMl .. , r , -
it... tH ahnn cmn suu uv
nny r '
rjt rlmnintf hazards..
t. h interior a light color
or whitewash- it to improve visi
bility, r " . . i i " '
Don't use' or Store inuairauu
In tha ahon.i . r ?
. .iTov a denmte discs jw
anli mnUei and keep ev
mjumjtmm r M
erythdng In its place. -
Suggestions Given - ,
On Potatoe Handling .,
' nrm in harvesting Irish potatoes
will heto Tar Heel growers put a
better quality product oa the mar
ket and receive higher returns for
.their crop, says H. M. Covington,
extension horticultural speniaiasi
at State College. . ', v i
vtaritted bag" can be faeld to a
minimum, says the specialist, by
handling the potatoes careiiuiy,
putting them in sacks - wHinm au
minutes after digging, and remov-
i . si-
I or I . i t -i-;-.-Jon. ! . ..
iTo euuiuttt.e b-..L.i. j and bruis
ing during mechanical grading,
padding should be provided at all
possible points on we pumorra or
machine. Old burlap sacks may be
need as' "shock absorbers." t '
Good Ighting should be provid
ed over the picking table so that
all defective potatoes may be easily
seen and .removed. . Befleotors
should be used , to . direct all the
light to the table surface.
(traders should remove all cut
potatoes and those, (with bruises
which penetrate .oeepiy, au. queers
uh DrMrdnie:. Krowth cracks, and
scab, and those that are badly mis-
sbapened or nave - other obvious
defecta should be . jremoved front
the No, "1. package. -
Potatoes shipped by rail should be
refrigerated. All washed potatoes
shipped by tiuac should ne pre-
cooled to 60 or 85 degrees. If this
U not possible, they abouM be Iced
to tranaw.' Losdung anouia oa aone
to permit gKtod air ciroulation. Over-loading
tracks with -400 to 500
bags, should, be avoided. ,--', .
ShtpmenU. should be routed to
provide a - minimum of delay.
Truck drivers snouia oe instructea
to keep tbetr loads moving during
clear, hot days.' ,t r'
. Red Sttndhi cattle were developed
In India by American missionaries.
Stindhia are now being encased with
Jerseys in an effort to develop a
dairy breed that can thrive in the
hot summer weather of the Sounth,
Americans ate about 30 per cent
more eggs in 1950 than in 1938. '
This YEAR om ALWAYS ht86 YEARS.
KxtAimion BeekeoDer. State Col
lege Station, Raleigh," and ask for
Informathm sheet No. 3 enuuea
"Salvaging Beeswax." " . "
Heat Farm Shop
With the nation's defense effort
calling for more farm repair work
to conservaflools; ana inacuaery,
the farm worxsnop ; oecomes p
even more important , plan than
usual, says Lacy Weeks, county
farm agent for the State College
The safetv and usefulness of a
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