EGG EATING IS
HARD TO CONTROL
Poor feeding and poor manage
ment practice art the cause of
much trouble la poultry-raising,
trouble which in most instance
can be avoided. When birds are
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Mi-iy it4 and receive luae at-l
tairtton from the management;
standpoint, they frequently turn
to the vice. Such is the case with
egg eating, like cannibalism, one
of the major voice of poultry.
What starts an outbreak of egg
eatmg in a flock? . The answer is
thinshelled eggs. Such eggs get
broken easily. Naturally, birds see
ly, birds seeing the broken eggs
about the poultry house, start pick
ing at them.
Vitamin D Needed '
At first sign of egg eating In
the poultry flock the raiser should
check to see ebat his birds have
access to plenty of clean oyster
shell or limestone grit, direct sun
shine, an adequate supply of cod
liver oil or other source of Vitamin
D. In order to make thick, strong
egg shells, birds need both lime and
vitamin D In adequate (plentiful)
BOSK MIX 63, " KENANSVILLE
Rose Hill 21 24 15 3 3
Kenansvllle S 3 7 926
Winners' high scorers: B. M. Wa
ters 29, S. Wilson 18. Defensive
leaders: L. feachy, L. Waters. '
Losers high scorers Mary Lou
Summerlln 22. Defensive leaders,
Sarah Brown, Nancy Alphln.
Su -4 4iJ i i . -
u.uers hV1 scorers: l ..x
Cavenau'.n 31, Bessie Mae Y uuwins
22. Defensive leaders: Jane Our
tH. Sally Rlvenbark.
Losers high scorers: Rosa
Batchelor 20, Irene Baker 11, Susan
Brown 11. Defensive leaders: Hen
rietta Tucker, Hilda Brown.
As an aid In checking the egg
eatmg habit, the poultryman should
keep the following preventive mea
sures in mind: V
1. Provide at least one nest for
each five birds or one community
nest for each 75 birds.
2. Darken the nests.
3. Use plenty of clean nest lit
ter such as white shaings.
4. Gather eggs several times a
9. Feed milk in some form if
6. In summer, prevent the pro
duction of thin-shelled eggs by
keeping the houses as cool as possible.
Another major ice of poultry is
cannibalism. Although it may dev
elop in a flock of nay age, It is more
likely to give most trouble during
the growing period and pullet lay
ing year. It can become a serious
problem, At first sign of canni
balism act quickly to control it.
An anti-pick salve, used generous
ly on picked areas of birds ,1s often
helpful in combating cannibalism. WsMsce
BEULAVILLE 49, B. F. GRADY
. Boys Game
B. F. Grady ..... 9 4 6 13-32
Beulaville 8 Id 1549
Winners' high scorers: Dobson 14,
Thigpen 13. Defensive leader: Tbig-
Losers' high scorer: Harper 11. iey
ieienuve. leaner: ivraer.
WARSAW 83, ROSS BILL 28
. Girls Game - ,
Score by periods:
Warsaw 22 18 28 1183
(Rose Hill ...... 7 5 9 5-28
'Winners high scorers: Grady
22, Bostic 18, Carlton 13. Defensive
leaders: Houston, Jones.
Losers' high scorer: Charles
Knowles 8. Defensive leaders: Joe
cott and Tommy FusseU.
ROSE HILL 85, W Ami AW 28
, Girls Game
Score by periods:
Warsaw 7 2 10 ; 728
Rose Hill 24 31 21 . 985
Winners' hif h scorers: Billy Mack
(Waters 35. Bdbbye Scott 22, Shir-
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Ilnolla 9 8 6 12 235
Warsaw 13 8 687
Winners' high scorers: Houston
8, Grice 8, Carlton 8. - Defensive
leaders: J. T. Grady, Vans Bostic.
Losers' ! nigh scorers: Austin
(Baker 18, Hugh Sanderson 12. De
fensive leaders: - Winton Souli
er land, Bizzell Wilson.
B. F. GRADY 41. BEULAVILLE 39
- Girl's Game
B. F. Grady ....15 7 9 1041
Beudayille 10 18 7 639
Winners high scorer: - Betty
Smith 31. Defensive leaders: Davis,
Jones. 'i'"r!v "V'"-'-"'"v"
Losers' high scorer: Edwards 18,
Defensive leaders: Hall, Whaley.
WALLACE 60, MAGNOLIA 34.
.- Boys Game
Wallace .;.....12 13 8 2760
(Magnolia ... 8 4 8 1434
Winners' high scorers: Toots
Carlton 19, Pete Teachey 18. Defen
sive leaders. Arnold Cassey, Ray
Losers' high scorers: Austin Bak
er 18, Bizzell Wilson 6. Defensive
leaders: Joe Wilson, Austin Baker.
WALLACE 58, MAGNOLIA 42
Girl's Game .
...........16 11 18 1568
Wilson 19. - Defensive lead
ers: raye Teachey, Ruth Brown,
(Lib Waters. T ';y-y
Losers' high scorers: " Hipp 13,
Gore 11. ..vi'J.vi.'-
MAGNOLIA 45, WARSAW 25
, Girls Game
Magnolia 6 12 17 1045
Warsaw . 4 0 15 625
Winners' high scorers: Shirley
Brown, 12; P. Batchelor, 17. De
fensive leaden Helen Brown.
Losers 'high scorers: Angelina
Gore 15, Molly Hipp 9. Defensive
leaders: Doris Byrd, (Rita Sutton.
MAGNOLIA 45. WARSAW 21
:... Girls Game.- r-
MagooUa 6 12 17 1045
Warsaw ... 4 Oil 825
Winners' high scorers: - Rosa
Batchelor IS, Susan Brown 12. - De
fensive leaders: Hilda Brown, Car
Losers' high scorers.' Angellne
Gore 15, 'Molly Hipp 9. Defensive
leaders: Rita Sutton; Ruby Davis.
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WARSAW 37, MAGNOLIA 35
Magnolia ......... 9 6 6 12 235
WRaw 6 6 14 7 437
Winners' high scorers: Fisher
Carlton 8, Belton Houston 8, Max
Urice 8. Defensive leaders: Van
Bostic, J. T. Grady.
Losers high scorers: Austin Bak
er 17, C. L. Sanderson 12. De
fensive leaders: C. L. Lanier, B.
Warsaw won in one overtime on
baskets by Belton Houston and Max
Grice, last one with 4 seconds left
Warsaw has a 8-1 Duplin County
record overall 10-1.
WALLACE 49. LEJEUNE 44
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Camp Lejeune r. 9 12 12 1144
Wallace - .16 6 17 10 49
Winners' high scorers: : Joe Wal
lace 15. Pete Teachey 6. Defensive
leaders: Archie Faires, Joe Wal
lace.. -t ':;.-
Losers high scorer: Ronald
Hodge 20. Defensive leader: C. Roy
Wallace has a 12-2 record. Play
Beulaville in Wallace on Friday
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Faison ' 1 10 14
MaffnolU .... 13 6 7 1041
Winners high scorers: jBaugham
ID, Sutton 17. Defensive leaders:
Drew Lewis, B. Lee.
(Losers' high scorers, Irene Bak
er 17, Rosa Batchelor 14. Defen
sive leaders: ' Hilda Brown, Caro
lyn Jones. '
WALLACE 47, CALYPSO 46
'' - Boys Gaine .-.
Wtellaee 8 17 .18 647
Calypso ;-.7 8 13 18 46
Winners' nlgn scorers: Wallace
20, Teachey 16. Defensive leaders
Losers high scorers: ' Westbrook
16, Pigford 9. . Defensive leaders:
Westbrook, Sloan, Barfield. . .
V Duplin County Conference.
CALYPSO 58, WALLACE 46
Wallace 10 7 20
Calypso 8 20 16 1468
Winners' high scorers: Grubbs
29, Walker 21. Defensive leaders:
M. Roberts, T. Pigford.
Losers' high scorers: Cavanaush
31, Williams 11. Defensive leaders
Rivenback, Teachey, Currie. ;
Duplin County Conference.
Calypso has 10-0 record. - -
8 43 CUuauoiin 6 11 9 - 834
lioe Hill . 24 l io "
Vv loners' hieh scorers: Billle
Mack Waters 35. Bobbye Scott 17,
Reba Jones 10. Defensive leaders:
Lib Waters, Ruth Brown, Faye
Losers' high scorers: -Shoran
Lanier 11, Lena Futreal 10. De
fensive leader: Peggy Judge.
Rose "Hill girls' ninth straight
FAISON 52, MAGNOLIA 46
Faison ... . 7 9 14 2252
Magnolia .... 4 12 11 1340
Winners high scorers: ' Precythe
14, uates 12, Matthews 11. Defen
sive leaders: Cottle, Matthews.
nosers' high scoters: Austin
Baker 23, Bizzell Wilson 7. Defen
sive leaders: . Joe Wilson. Hush
Beulavlile ... 7 7 9 1033
Chinquapin '. 8 8 9 1136
Winners bish scorers: Nellie
Sanderson 14, Janet Jones 8, Shar
on Lanier 8. Defensive leaders:
Peggy Judge, Nancy Norris, Chris
(Losers' high scorers: G. Edwards
12, T. Miller 10. Defensive leaders:
E. Hall, K. Boggs.
, Boys Game
Beulaville .;. 14 19 20 962
Chinquapin 5 6 7 1028
'Winners' high scorers: - Delano
Simpson 19, E. Dobson 16, R. Mc
Dowell 10. Defensive leader: M.
Losers' high scorers: Willis
Sholar 10, Jimmy Halso 8. Defen
sive leaders: Ward Lanier, H. E.
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WALLACE 58, BEULAVILLE
BulvlUe I.-.... 7 9 8
Wallace ...15 15 16 1258
Winners' high scorers: Toots
Carlton 18, Pete Teachey 14, Joe
Wallace 12. Defensive leaders:
Monk Brown, Toots Carlton.
Losers' high scorers: Murohev
Thigpen 11, John Thigpen 5. De
fensive leader: . McDowell.
WARSAW 37,. KENANSVHXE 16
, ... Girls Game "' -
Kenansvllle , .ii... 2 9 ' 1 j 418
Warsaw 18 9 7 537
Winners' high scorer: "Angellne
Gore 21, Molly Hipp 14. Defensvie
leaders: Dot Byrd, Duane Allen,
Ella West, s ; . ,
Losers' high scorers: M. L.
Summerlln 10, Flora Dail 5, De
fensive leaders: Bertha Jones, Hel
en Qulnn. .
ROSE HILL 64, CHINQUAPIN 22
' : Boys 'Game "
Chinquapin . ..... 4 6 7 5 22
Rose Hill .........18 16 21 964
Scoit ii, EiCy Joi- '
leaders: Juivmy Lciiwii, v
Losers' high scorers: R. E. C
5, Clyde Futrell 4. Defensive lc4a
en Jimmy Halso.
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quality of the beef cattle they sell
by using good registered breeding
bulls and culling cow herds sys
Report of Condition of
Bank of Meant Olive In the State of North Carolina
At the Close of Business on December 31, 1951
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Cash, balances with other banks. Including reserve . , - ,
.balances, and cash Items in process of collection ...-.. i,ii4,uuu.uu
i ibi rsai KTBTOi m nvHmmnnr nn iDinnne hiivpt 1
and guaranteed ; - . :. 1,114,000.00
ObligaUons of States and political subdivisions "7
Loans and discounts .,- 550,623.33
Bank premises owned $5,000, furniture and fixtures 85,000 iO.uou.oa
Other assets , 8,409.02
WARSAW 35, KENANSVILLE 17
Kenansvllle 4 3 2 817
Warsaw ................ 6 7 11 11 35
Winners high scorers: Fisher
Carlton 11, Belton Houston 8, De
fensive leaders: Van Bostic, Max
, Losers' high scorers: Steve Good
ing 6, Alphln 5. Defensive lead
ers: Steve Gooding, Bill Hall.
Warsaw 10-1 record in Dunlin
County. Kenansvllle used zone de
fense and Warsaw withheld for
County conference game. 11th
er. io attempt made for basket
BEULAVILLE 35, WALLACE
Girls Game -
Beulaville .10 9 8 734
Wallace 11 5 10 935
Winners' high scorers: Genda
Edwards 13, Minnie Simpson 11.
Defensive leaders: Elsie Hall
Losers' high scorers: Elizabeth
Cavenaugh 19. Bessie Mae Wil
liams 13. Defensive leader: Mar
tha Teachey. , .
11th win for Beulaville.
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WALLACE 69, LEJEUNE 48
Camp Lejeune ..... 14 10 10 1448
Wallace . ....:... 20 28 13 1069
Winners' high scorer: Elizabeth
Cavenaugh 39. Defensive leader:
Losers' high score: Primst 42
'Defensive leader: E. Harris. -.
Wallace has en 11-3 record ! Southerland, Joe Wilson.
during this time.
Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships,
Time deDoalta of individuals, tjartnershfos.
and corporations - ............. ... 800.747.67
Deposits of United States Government (including
postal savings) . - . . . 14,373.53
Deposits of States and political subdivisions ... .... ...... ............ v 07,981.95
Other deposits (certified and officers' check". ti.) 38,964.92
Total Deposits . ... .. .......................... ss,29ie.7
Other UabiUtles ... 34,735.44
'Total Liabilities (not including subordinated -
obligations shown below) -... . $3,658,252.10
. 8 50,000.00
Total Capital Accounts
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $3,861,063.19
ROSE HILL 59, B. F. GRADT 26
Rose Hill 19 15 18 758
B. F. Grady .......... 6 3 2 13 2d
Winners' high scorers: Shirley
Wilson 22, Retoa Jones . 18, Bobby
Ann Scott 15. Defensive leaders:
Teachey, Waters, Sholar.
Losers high scorers: - Norma
Smith 10, Margaret Wood 6, Powell
4. Defensive leaders: Davis. James
Smith. . ,-
This bank's capital consists of Cpmmon stock with total par '
value of $50,000.00
Total deposits to the credit of the State of North Carolina
or any official thereof .............
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities -
and for other purposes ....... : . .$ 264,000.00
I, D. H. Outlaw, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly
represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and
set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
CorrectAttest: D. H.
- S. B. TAYLOR .
? C. C. HENDERSON
E. C. CASEY,
" ' "- ' Directors.
State of North Carolina County of Wayne, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of January, 1952,
Magnolia" ................ 7 10 5 4 66
Kenansvllle ....... .. 12 12 6 10 40
Winners' high scorers: Outlaw
12, Donald Murphy 9. Defensive and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
leaders: uooden, Donald Murphy. -s d. F. ODOM, Notary Public
Losers high scorer: Austin Bak-1 My" commission expires Oct. 20, 1952. : ' : .
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