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. BY: VIDA MJLLOY x
Are you one of those who are or
nay be "committing suicide" by
"fear, or false modesty"? Don't
neglect to have your Dr. give you
fwriodioally examination. Drf . can
often cure cancer, but false pride
and modesty never can.
Many folks who elss the "Bureau
crats" In Washington and other
places for all they are worth Is
Ken afraid to talk back to any
local officer or policeman! But, It
usually happens that the more you
Know yourself, the less you say
about that at least!
The Girl Ball Players of Chin
craaoin want everyone to know it
Isn't their Birthday, the reasoq that
they have been being defeated re
cently in most of their games. No
one will say Just why .but you may
Tesf sasured they are taking the
lickings on the chin even if they
are a bit sagging.", The hoys, well,
it probably just happens to be "just
one of , those things." . -
Mrs. James D. Mobley' of Ha
inan, gave birth to her 14th child
Jan. 16th. " All living but one, and
eleven at home. Can you folks
liaving but one or two children
imagine what a good breakfast they
liave where there is that many to
eat? Mr. Bobley, who is a farmer
lias no trouble waking up in time
to do his morning chores. . . on
the farm, and says, "he hauls logs
in, his spare time! What spare
time? "i.Vf-V';: ..'
Kenansville was well represented
. Tliiirarinv nitfht hv a ffrnuri of mlisifi
.lovers from the Chinquapin High
School and others .when they at-
tlta nrnonm at the GraSS
(Roots Opera Co. In the "School for
Lovers ' at the Kenan Auanonum.
The Sharon Baptist tnurcn is oe
in i-Miovated wlth a bran' new
floor this week. Members of the
church are to be commendea mgniy
for their quick and efficient work
which was done last week in order
to have regular services on Sun
days, come out to get a sumpse
of the new floor and attend church
with US. ';' 'V-!
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. sanaerson oi
Wallana nutria Vlaiflttff III ChinOUS-
pln last Saturday night for a while.
um f Williams is now tti us
ing her home with her daughter,
Mrs. Henry Scott of Beulavllle,
There is more cheerfulness in
the tiniest smile, than in a dozen
frowns . . . so meet your neighbors
with kind look; you may know,
nmip Manii, 4twiA tvtfh known
all about you and loves you just
the same! y-s-v
- Birthday greetings were hew for
young Homer , and May Lanier,
AkiiHMM- vf Mr '.-flnH Mnt. Leslie
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Lanier last week with a host of little
. friends of theirs . Games were play-
CU JWCd ww
iments were served. All had a good
time, v - 1. v;
' Mrs. Eula Sanderson, Mrs. Guy
(Rhodes and .V, MJlloy visited In
jLumberton last week, to the home
of Mrs. Pete . Snaw,: aaugnier oi
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Mrs. Rhodes of Blchlands. Mrs.
Rhodes was taken with an emer
gency foot ailment and stayed over
in Lumberton lor treatment ana
will return Monday. - . v
Miss Gloria Maready of Mill
Swamp visited with Nellie Sander
son over the week-end. Jean San
derson of Morehead City spent the
week end home with his family,
Mr. and Mrs. T. r. Sanderson.
Contentment consists not of great
wealth, but in few wants! There
are at least two insults which no
human being likes to endure: to
say to them, "they haven't a sense
of humor or, "doubly impertinent,
assertion that they have never
known trouble." But, the best re
formers the world will ever know
will be those who have commenced
on themselves! Not much different
from what a (Father toid his son.
"Never mind son, how I first met
your mother just don't go around
whistling." : I............
The W.M.U. Ladies met last week
at the borne of Mrs. Bodolph Fu
treal as the flooring was being
installed at the church by the
men folks . Around forty members
attended the meeting, several visi
tors were present, Pollyannas were
exchanged, refreshments were
served. Mrs. Ida Mae Sanderson
was in charge of the program. Lat
er the church choir sang songs, as
cnoir practice is held on Thursday
nights. Chinquapin is real proud
of it's church activities and incour-
ages every one at all ages to attend.
Mrs. Eula Sanderson and Mrs.
V. Milloy attended Sunday school
at Dobson Chapel last Sunday
morning, enroute to visit Mrs. San
derson's young great-granddaughter,
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David KUpatrick. The young lady
arrived last Sunday morning, at
J.W.M. Hospital in Wilmington.
seeing ourselves as others see
us wouldn't do so much good. We
woman i oeueve it anyway. Now,
if we lean over backward In be
ing fair it makes it harder for our
enemies to kick us in the pants!
But, how can we keep ourselves on
an equal par with ourselves?
Dr. H. W.Colwell
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: The new seed catalogs are com
ing out In all their glory giving due
notice that garden time is just
around the corner. If you haven't
received your favorite catalog yet,
be sure to send for it at once. Old
varieties, ne wvarieties, hybrids.
ana novcrues ere punnycu u wv ,
gloving terms and illustrations
that the Imagination of every gard
ener is stirred to a point where he
begins to dream of tne super gar
den that he will bave next season.
If you bave any seeds left over
from last year that you intend to
plant this year, they should be test
ed for germination before planting
time. The seed laboratory of the
N. C. Department of Agriculture,
Raleigh, will test them free of
charge for you or you can do it
yourself at home. Small seeds may
be placed between moisteded blot
ters and put on a dinner plate with
another plate , inverted over it.
These should be kept at roo mtem-
perature. For large seeds such as
bean or corn, wet paper towels
are better than blotting paper, xne
viability of most vegetable seeds
ca nbe determined in from one
to two weeks.
The new catalogs are listing a
number of new var eties and novel
ties that are worthy of trial by
home gardeners.. Contender, Top
crop and Wade are new varieties
of snapbeans; Salad Bowl, a new
variety of leaf lettuce; Rio Sweet,
a mildew -resistant cantaloupe;
Peerless, a large seeded lima which
will set a good crop in all portions
of North Carolina; Congo, a new
watermelon of excellent quality;
New Hampshire Midget, a new tee
box watermelon; Wando, a heat
resistant garden pea; Santee, a
downy mildew resistant cucumber;
and a number of hybrid tomatoes
which may or may not be as good
as the standard varieties that you
have been growing.
fertilization of crops, pest control
measure. Improved care and feed
ing of livestock, methods oi con
trolling livestock i diseases and
parasites and other practices essen
tial for successful farming. ,'.
' Mr. Benton commented that fam
ilies cooperating with .the Farm
ers Home Administration in Duplin
County are making good progress
thrmurh these suDervlsed credit
services. Not only families, but
1n fhm Mmmiinltv. Statu and na
tion, benefit from this assistance.
He pointed out that loan junas
usually are spent locally, and the
ing power, resulting from better!
farming, neips local Business mm
Thrmiah Anr uraanded suDer
vlsed credit services we are now
able to help farmers step up pro
4,,.H nt nsaiteii food and fiber
cn their farms," Benton said. "This
helns to strengthen our national
defenses ana ouua a stronger
Arthur M. Benton
Hew Credit Helps Available To Duplin
FHA Members; Farmers May Reorganize
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(Duplin County farmers coop
erating with the Farmers Home
Administration will be better able
to make farm adjustments and
Increase production in 1952, Arthur
M. Benton, FHA County Supervi
sor, said today.
Small farmers who need super
vised credit to reorganize their
farming systems, add new enter
prises, increase their livestock, and
take other steps to work out a bal
anced system of farming, may ob
tain loans up to $7,000 repayable
in periods up to 7 years.
Previously loans for production
purposes were limited to $d,5Uu
and the repayment period to five
Loans are available to buy farm
equipment, livestock, fertilizer, and
other operating necessities. Each
loan is based on a farm and home
plan .which outlines how the farm
family will make full use of its
land and labor supply. No change
has been made in the eligibility
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requirements. Loans, are still lim
ited to farmers unaime to get suit
able credit elsewhere on reason
able .terms, and an applicant may
receive a loan only after the local
county committee of three repre
sentative farmers certifies ne is
In helping a farmer revamp his
present farming set-up, Benton said
longtime operating credit, careful
planning, and follow-up guidance In
good farm practices are usually
needed. All are provided in the
FHA adjustment loan program.
Each borrower is aided in drawing
up a long-time farm and home
management plan. This plan may
call for a number of improvements
such as a better balance between
crops and livestock, selection of
enterprise .better adapted to the
land and family labor, adding of
power and equipment for more ef
ficient operation, enough operat
ing capital to bring maximum net
cash income, and higher yields per
acre and per animal. Borrowers
are aided in selecting better varie
ties of seed, and advised on proper
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