Giib .members in North Carolina r
" erwtug '4-H Church Sunday on I
J ay 18 will have as their theme
) emng - as u o y a 1 citizens".
, .cootdlna to State 4-H CluH lprt-l
crL.R Harrlll of the State Col
lege Extension Service, a suggest
ed church service program prepar
ed by the Rev. J. Boyce Brooks.
, -pastor of the First Baptist Church)
of Albemarle, is being distributed)
to clubs throughout the State.
"Annual 4-H Church Sunday ob
ervance," says Harrlll. "has done
.snore than any other one thing to
develop the spiritual phase of club
work. It is on this day that 4-H
Club .members rededicate them
selves to the true principles which
I re so much a part of their cultu
I wtl , (heritage love, tolerance,
I truth. Justice, freedom and loy-
I ity. To alllt is a challenge to
see and near the Doys and girls
adhere by practice to these prin
.Participation of 4-H'ers to the
program enables them to think
together .about home, cmmunlty,
.and world events In spiritual terms
Harrlll adds. It encourages mem
ten to associate themselves with
rnigh Ideals and develop a deeper
Appreciation of the multiple values
Vof rural life. . .
? ' In many churches 4-H members
' 'Will conduct the entire service on
4-H hurch Sunday. In others
they will serve as ushers, make al
tar decorations, furnish flowers for
pulpit, serve as pianist and song
; leader, act as superintendent of
Sunday School, give special mu-
sic, fir perform other duties. Club
Ms .statement released in con -
neetton with t h e observance of,
National Home Demonstration '
Building Hew Tobacco Bams?
Replacing Old Curing Units?
! Smith's Heating, Inc. b
Kington, Jf. C.
Lieeased Vviet Patents'
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Auction Sale All Kinds Farm Equipment Each Thurs. 12 O'clock
I Erin Us Your Eurflus Tidies Good or Cad s- '
We Have Eayers Tor All Erfcj Anything Yea llave To Sell
llzlzs er I Tories rrivate Sale Every Dy -
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Miss Ruth Current, above, head
up home demonstration "club work
in North Carolina as State home
agent for the State College Exten
sion Service. Club members in
the Tar Heel State are joining oth
ers throughout the nation in ob
serving the seventh annual Nation
al Home Demonstration Week,
April 27-May 3, v- r.rr-y -,
erouDs in many communities win
attend service in body, wearing
the 4-H uniform.
Week, April 27-May 8, Governor
Scott has congratulated North Car
olina home demonstration club
women on the "fine contribution'
which they are making "toward
strengthening American home and
'National Home Demonstration
Week", said the Governor, "affords
n opporwnuj ior
my PP"u.'f Z:h Y"beia
of adult education TSjhich is being
AND LAST OF
Finest Curing Unit
Phone 4471 II
FORREST H. SMITH, President
and General Manager
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Wtter tobtcco pltnt beds regularly sad thorough!
Spray pbatt for Blue Mold tad Midg Lame. Doj
both job -with Squeegee. Squeegee operates taW
where powered by Its wa gasoline engine. Siplee
'gee deliveri wtter to plena Just like win. It sprays
fell strength spray materials in a fine atomizing mist
Write tot free Illustrated folder.
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Mt. OUve, N. C.
Good Run of Mules, Cattle :
and Hogs Each Thursday at '
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GOVERNOR W. KERR BOOTS :
Governor .2 colt has praised North
Carolina home demonstration club
members for the contribution they
are making to home and com
munity life. The Governor's state
ment was released in connection
with National Home Demonstra
tion Week, April 27-May 13.
done through home demonstration
: "I congratulate the 69,481 wom
en in the 2,538 clubs in the State
for the fine contribution home
demonstration "work is making to-
home and community life.- r
"In studying the background of
the great men and women of Amer
ica, one finds that in most cases
there was a good home a home in
which were i developed and main
tained those qualities we value in
a democracy. The wife and moth
er sets a pattern for the home,
and her training develops the citi
zens of tomorrow. It is here that
we learn understanding, tolerance,
and cooperation which are so ' es
sential to the welfare of the home,
the community,., the , nation,
"Let us Join with all rural wom
en in their observance April 27
May 3 in making today's home one
of the most vital factors in build
ing tomorrow's world."
RaleiBh State Highway Patrol
men will become individual infor
mation bureaus within a few days
according to a directive from Com
missioner L. C. Rosser of tBe De
partment of Motor Vehicles.
The 500 men of the Patrol, will
get two booklets published by the
State Travel Bureau describing va
the Tar Heel State, shrdluetaoin
rious points of Interest within the
Tar Heel State. The booklets will
(provide a handy source of infor
mation lor inquiring to una is woo
are expected to flood the state in
record a roves tms year.:
, Commissioner iRosser suggested
that the booklets be kept in the
patrolman's car at all times dur
ing the vacation season. s
Hand Book For
Seed Growers Out
Any farmer who expects to plant
small grain ior certification in
1962 should carefully check the
new regulations as outlined in the
Southern plentiful foods can
help provide appetizstg, attractive,
and economical May menus, says
Mrs. AHa Kornegay, county home
demonstration agent for the State
College Extension Service. .
. Featured items on the U. S. De
partment of Agriculture's plentiful
foods list for the month include
eggs, , oranges, broilers, and fry
ers. , -.- i-. i- -fe.'v:-
i High level egg . production is
keeping one of the most plentiful
and economical foods . on retail
markets. Mrs. Kornegay explained.
Cold storage holdings of shell eggs
the-first . of April were up to 1.6
million cases, largest holdings for
that date since 1946 Broiler mar-
keetlngs should run about a fourth
larger than last May. and Florida
and California -will market volume
supplies of Valencia oranges dur
ing the month. ' -'-v-.,, ''.'
Cabbage should be a good fresh
vegetable buy in May. she said.
since south Georgia, Alabama, Vir
ginia, South Carolina, and Missis
sippi will all market cabbage dur
ing the month.
Varied and nutritious menus can
be planned around other foods in
the plentiful list, too, she points
out. These foods include fish, pea
nut butter, processed citrus pro
ducts, grapefruit, dried prunes
and raisins, dairy products, cook
ing fats and oils, snap beams and
pecans. . .
IN THE GENERAL COUNTY
North Carolina '
Elolse Graham Farrlor
Bryant James Farrior
The above named defendant,
Bryant James Farrior, will take
notice that an Action entitled as
above ha been commenced in the
General County Court of Duplin
plaintiff to secure an absolute di
vorce from the defendant upon
the ground that the plaintiff uid
the defendant have lived separate
and apart for more than two years
next -proceeding the bringing of
this Action; and that the defendant
will further take notice that he
is required to appear at the office
of the Clerk of the General County
Court of 'Duplin County, in the
Court House ,ln Kenansville, N. C,
within twenty oays alter tne 10
day of May, 195Vand answer or
demur to the Complaint filed in
this action, or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint.
This 10th day of April, 1952.
R, V. Wells
Clerk of General County Court
William E. Craft, Attorney.
5-1-4T .W.E.C. pd.
Holoman Opens .
W. D. Hotoman. formerly ot
Goldsboro, has- returned there and
ooened the VartetjStor on E.
Mulberry St' Mr. Holoman has
1952 "Certification Handbook."
Dr. R. P. Moore, director in
charge of the (North Carolina Crop
Improvement Association with
headquarters at State College, says
the handbook has Just been pub
lished and copies are available on
The hanabooK contains new reg
ulations giving major changes in
the certification of small grains.
Other minor-changes are listed for
certification of open - pollinated
corn. Also included are certifi
cation regulations for lespedeza
Request for copies of the new
handbook should be addressed to
Crop Improvement Association, N.
C. State College, Raleigh. .
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IN MOUNT OLWS
SASH, DOORS, SHEET-
ROCK WOOL, PLAST
. ER, LIME, CEMENT,
BRICK, MORTAR, 5
!, FAINTS, TERRA-COT-t
TA PD7E, DRAIN ULE,
WHITE ASBESTOS SI-
' DING, ASPHALT
j SHINGLES, ALL KIND
'r ROLL ROOFING, 5-V
CKEVIP TIN ROOFING
Ani BRICK SIDING
COCK, ROCK; LATH
Ralebrh. N. C. On Monday, April
28, an inspection began of Future
Farmers of America forestry pro
jects throughout North Carolina
to determine the winners of the
cooperative STA forestry program,
it was announced today by A. L.
Teacney. State supervisor oi Agri
Assisting in the inspections ol
the forestry projects will be. P.
A. Griffiths, Assistant State For
ester; A. G. Bollard, Subject Mat
ter Specialist, ri. V. state txuiege
M. E. Coleman; Educational Direc
tor. American Turpentine Farmers
Association. Valdosta, Ga.: and, R.
jm. Hosuns, industrial loresier oi
the Seaboard ' Air Line Railroad
Company, Norfolk, Va, which com
pany sponsors , this program. ' '
Mr. Teachey stated that each
year greater participation is shown
by future farmers on their indi
vidual woodlots. He pointed out
that the state -winner will be given
a trip to the National FFA Con
vention at Kansas City, Mo. this
fall. Last year's Future Farmer
from North Carolina to receive this
trip was Charles ' Dagenbart of
Scotts. The district winners will
receive cash awards and will be
eligible to compete again in the
contest so long as they are enroll
ed in vocational agriculture.
Donors to the cooperative FFA
forestry program in North Caro
lina are: Riegel Paper Corpora
tion, Acme; Halifax Paper Com
pany, Roanoke Rapids, N. C, and
the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
an ad in this issue of the Times.
Eight years ago he left Goldsboro
and moved to Philadelphia but
Goldsboro. and East Carolina held
too much attraction for him and
he has come back home. He invites
his friends to visit his new store.
Small Grain Field
Seven smjall grain field days
have been scheduleG hi North Car-
M. F.ALLEN, JR.
Kenansville, N. C.
Kenansville's Only Insurance Agency
HBLPfHA TO EUCLD
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Small Wire Like Small Pip
. Limits Pressure at OatIi
TVST as small pipes limit the
J water pressure at the faucet, sr
small wires choke off the powet
between the meter and the outlet.
This causes appliances to operate
slowly and with less efficiency. It
also cuts down lighting brilliance
U you're having trouble in your
present home or want to avoit
such difficulties when buying a
new home, better check with ar
electrical contractor or your powet
supplier. They can give sound ad
vice on whether the' wiring systerr
It adequate for present and ex
pected future needs.
ollna, beginning May 9. The field
days are sponsored by the Exten
sion Service in cooperation with
the North Carolina Experiment Sta
tion, North Carolina Department
of Agriculture, and Production and
In announcing the field days,
Dr. F. J. Bell, seed and small grain
specialist for the State College Ex
tension Service said cultural prac
tices, storage, and marketing feat
ures of the extension program on
small grains will be emphasized
Goals of this program are State
averages of 75 bushels per acre
for oats, 35 bushels for wheat, and
60 bushels tor oariey.
Farmers and other interested per
enns are asked to attend on the
.late assigned to their county. If
this is inconvenient, however, the
ait eiecmci inat one move
75 kilowatt-hours of electricity at no extra costl
That's the bargain in electricity that Carolina Power & Light Company
is offering to all customers in the former Tide Water territory. It's the Compa
ny's new residential rate designed to offer more electrical living at NO EXTRA
: ' All residential customers will be billed under either rate A or B, and
rate B has a special clause which makes it possible for you to heat water at
lc per kilowatt-hour. Here's how you can have 75 kilowatt-hours of electricity
at NO EXTRA COST to you.
Under rate A
Under rate B
Under rate B
(with water heater)
THE MORE ELECTEICITY TOU USE. THE CHEAPER IT GETS
Rate A is the rate for folks who do not use more electricity than thoy used
during the same month last year and who still use less than 250 kilowatt-hours.
; BUT ; ." . and It's a big BUT ... '
Customers will be billed in comparison with the amount of electricity
they used last year. . Those who have added electrical appliances and use more
electricity Jn the same month thia year will be billed on rate B and will find
they hare earned additional electricity at NO EXTRA COST.
Rate B is the rate under which all-electric customers (or folks who use
more than 250 kilowatt-hours) are billed. Under this rate, the electric water
heating clause gives more NO EXTRA COST electricity.
Remember the more electrical living you enjoy, the lower the unit
cost to youl ' ".-.. -
(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY y
' SJS m VjraSi SB it
individual may attend on one of
the. other dates. Persons whose
counties are not listed may attend
on any date. -.-.
May 9. 1:30 p.m. Bullock Farm.
McNair Investment Company, Wa
kulla in Robeson County. For the
counties of Richmond, Hoke. Cum
berland, Sampson, Scotland, Robe
son, Bladen, Columbus, Brunswick
and new Hanover.
May 13, 1.30 p.m. Davis-Speight
Seed Farm, Pollocksville in Jones
County. For render, Dupun,
Jones, Onslow, Lenoir, Greene,
Pitt, craven, uarteret, .Pamlico,
Beaufort, Hyae, Washington, ana
May 14, 1:30 p.m. McCullers
Experiment Station in Wake Coun
ty. For Caswell, Person, Gran
ville, Vance, Warren, Alamance,
It's wider, lowerlonger, stronger
. . . th'n '52 Ford. And those new
Ford bodies or nally built. Built
to seal out weather and dirt with
new hud-tight construction. New
Automatic Ride Control makes
curves and rough roads easier on
you, easier on the car. V-8 or Six
... both engines team with
Fordomatk Drive for thriWng
tV)fdoB)OtfC OpHoStol Ot SJJtffO OosaV
Ec)4fMMBstj ocMssosfoe and Mm
win piace you in position 10
250 Kilowatt-hours cost $7.50
300 Kilowatt-hours cost $7.50
325 Kilowatt-hours cost $7.50
u ,.i,t Ex
periment buuua in Iredeil County.
f or Alexander. Iredell. Forsyth.
Stokes, Rockingham. Guilford and
May 16. 9:45 ajn. Piednfont .
experiment Station in Iredell
County. For Caldwell, Wilkes, Sur
ry, Yadkin, Davie, Davidson, Row
an, Lincoln, Gaston, Mecklenburg,
' May 16, 1:30 p.m. Piedmont
Experiment Station in Iredell
County. . For Bure, Rutherford,
Cleveland, Catawba, Stanly, Mont
gomery, Union, Anson.
May 28, 1:30 p.m. Watson Seed
Farms, WhHakers In Nash County,
For Wilson, Edgecombe, Halifax,
Northampton, Gates, Hertford,
Bertie, Martin, and Nash.
All meats are good sources of
the B vitamins thiamine, ribofla
vin, niacin. Each of these has im
portant functions in the body.
Liver is an important source of