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Each year Tuscarora Council en
deavors to plan certain : special
events for the Explorer , Scouts"
boys 14 years of age or older. This
, year the "Big Adventure" for Ex
plorers will be two expeditions to
- the Philmont Scout Ranch in New
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Before The Season -.
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In Kinston ,'
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Bayster's V.G Fertllhers
Feeds, Seeds Jk IneectUldes
Kenansville, N. C.
Mexico. - one for white Scouts and
one for colored Scouts.': ,
'Philmont 4s unique in that tt u
h world's larsest - camDS. " ZW
nilef of ruesed western
Rocky Mountain country, the worlds
largest , remuda. ot .saaoie nore,
ths world's lamest strina ot pack
burros. 'Along the 81 mile trail are
ninfe large base camps ranging in
uniauenesa' from the old frontier
ntnrirada to the re-established old
home Of Kit Carson, -. America's
most colorful scout. Ten mountain
nostra rear their heads on Philmont's
Ibnrhnntlnff skvllne. furnishing chal
lenging passes ranging rrom n.uou
to 11,000 leet in . elevation,- and
breath-taking thrlUs for our Bx-
niorera: Bis same - buffalo, elk.
antelope, deer and wild turxey roam
the prairies and wooaianas oi trau-
Mnnt and trout -.abound in . the
streams and beaver dam ponas.
Philmont operations art tremen
dona in that 2500 Explorers can
camp there dally, 87 campsites are
in use, with 1117 tents. These lews,
if nitehad in one lone line would
extend for distance ot 314 miles.
It the 304 saddle horses - and 880
burros at Philmont - were , saddled
..., nuVail thv tna would extend
in one string for 2Vi"mlles. If one
truck dio ail jwe nauung ui
and annniiea and oersonnel neces
sary to operate 'Pbilmont lor, one
ar. it would travel 0 umee m-
wMind tha world.
' The Philmont Program is magic
for Explorers, : toll ox aovanceo
campcraft that ' makes mountain
..mnin comfortable: nature lore
that explores the fields of archeolo-
gy, geology, dendrology, ana esiron
art of huntlna with bow,
rifle! and shotgun; and the art of
M.vimr inriudins stream survey,
tackle making, and the use ox now
the fly rod and the casting, roa.
Tuscarora Council Explorers will
travel to Philmont by bus, under the
finest of adult leadership. Ml de-
.n.d information is avauaoie xrom
fimutmaatera. Explorer Advisors,
and Field Scout jsteeuuvea.
iwi.. .in already reaistered
for one ot these trips. The registra
tion lists are still open, initial regu
tratlon fee is $10.00, and is payable
.4 v. r'mm.ll Office. Box 436,
M HIS '
Goldsboro, N. C
sleep and rest; ake .advantage of
immunizations; avam contacw wim
contagious diseases; see your den
tisU twice year.j your physician
'AcWllv the .health 'V of your
family and your' community,. Is a
nation Is no stronger 1 than the
hoaUh ; of Its individual citizens.
Good health is one of our nation's
greatest assets," according to tne
specialists. ' '
i "Since lt 0 expensive pnysi
cally, mentally, emotionally,, and
financially - to be in poor health
few' of use can afford to be sick.
Good health is more than freedom
from disease or simply not being
irk . it la a condition ot tne bum
and body which permits one to
Uve most ana serve dcbi. it us fvu
duty every day to keep well and
fit for your job, whatever u may
- "Keep a watchful ; eye on your
health - get fit and then stay fit,"
advise Miss Wilson and Mrs. Fes-
Stay In Good Health
. w mioh laaa exnensive to stay
v, nn to a-et welL Illness and
poor health are expensive for the
famly. says Virginia wuiwu
JeweU Fessenden, state v-oueac
Keeping well Is no mystery
secret It is mostly a matter of good
planning, management and practic
ing a few common sense rules of
health. The extension specialists
Eat -three well-balanced meals
each day, Wear comfortable and ap
propriate clothing; Practice ani
tatlon; take time for relaxation and
Ration; avoid, strain. fiUge.
tear and worry; get """"
BY REGISTER . '
iw Timim 9K throush Febru-
try 2 : tke following ' land deeds
were recorded in the Register ox
Deeds .Offieet sW kt
DurlM V. JBrooks m to Charles
!V. Brookfand mifa-kr.iio i'r ,
Charles V. Brooks III and Doris a.
Brooks to Charles V. Brooks Jr. and
wife, Thereso M. Brooks. lot
C, and Helen Hicks Beems to njf.
EUis. F. N. Ellis arid E. M.: Ellis, 87
ares. '4,.,v.. ,. - '
Davis Bland and wife to Davis
Bland 3ti . ' '
W. E. Brady and wife to J. W.
" Hal lie H. JBonham to James Will
iam Bonham, 1 tot
J. W. Blandchard al to Mrs. Pearl
C Bladchard al, lots.
J. w. mancnarw ai w v. u. wu
chard, tracts. ;
XVW. Blanchard al to Mary B.
J. W. Blanchard to O. C. Hiancn-
mA -ir-mM '-'l;--'-'-
" J. W. Blanchard to N. T. Biancn-
ard, tracts, j , .
Edward P. Cunningham and wue
to Kate Guy McGowan.
Jesse H. Caison and wile to J
Turman Branvon and wife. lots.
Margaret B. cooper et ai to j.w.
Blanchard, 7 tracts of land.
John R. Dixon to William E. Wens,
Mary B. Fountain to Viola B.
Abrom and Lula Lee Gurganus to
Verney Gurganus 28 acres and 8
Lonnie Hall to Delores Hall, lots.
Walter & Lucille Jones to Mollie
Almon C. Jones andwlfe to Al
bert S. Jones, 38.88 acres. .
.T .T Jprnioan and wife to Kenneth
Durwood Jernigan, one half acre.
Alex Judge and wife to Harmon
Wells, 12.5 acres.
Willis J. Johnson and wife to
Jacob W. Aycock, 1 acre.
Lillie Mae King to W. c. King,
Sam R. Kennedy and wife to
Stephen A. Smith and wife, 17.7
L, F. Knowles to Mayso Wallace,
7 acres. , -,
L. F. Knowles and wife to Mayso
Wallace,, 2 and one halt acres.
Clifton J. Knowles al to Pauline
Knowles Herring.' ! Jot'
Wrennie F W. B Virginia and
Bruce H. Knowles to Pauline Know
les Herring, 1 lot r
Clifton J. Knowles al, Wrennie T-,
W." B., Virginia W, and Bruce
Knowles to Pauline Knowles Her
ring, j lot ' , " , ' .
; Robert Matthews and : wife to
Irene S. Carroll, 1 lot ' '.'
James O. and Annie K. Powell to
Pauline Knowles Herring, 1 lot ..
' Annie K. & James O. Powell to
Pauline Knowles Herring, I lot
W. J, Rouse to Chester Rouse.
Una Rogers to .Odell Hlghsmith,
Georee Rhodes and wife to Peggy
Jo Rhodes, 152 acres. -. ' -
Jnmea M. Sholar and Wife to Slg-
ford S. Sholar, 65 acres- v
Stephen A. smitn ana wixe to
C. W. Jackson and wife, S3, acres.
George Dunn Sholar to , Verllne
Sholar, tracts. v.
J. M. Sandlin and wife to Delane
Wells and Wells, Inc. to Thelma
D. Bryant 1 lot , , ,!,
Mattle Hides Williams to Abner
and Herman Phillips, I lot
William E. Wells and wife to John
R. Dixon. 4.1S acres. , .'
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Aost out! and yours xva.a. . T ,., rv li u, -
Wood's Seed Catalog -d Special 75th L .
is packed with fuU description, of . -""" or ,
smitoproved old favorite Se Vour dealer or wr
UUS Dig, COloriUl v ,.::t- .',, '. , ., .. v'" I
for farm or sraxden. f ' ? i ' . f
317 North Front Gt, u
Wilminrton, N. U
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I Two cute youngsters warily receive attention at the Health Clinic,
I a mmmunltv aerviee at Grifton. ImDrovement of the clinic was a Finer
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'f BURGAW, N. C.
X Runner up ,
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mwn MitiA P.tV"' mill -
School Auditorium February 17
BnnBnniBBmmm . - paw a"
anorn as us irsa sa STit-i-iiiiii
IIICIC II III avw iwviiiiS U
m. .l ,iMu films on eauiDment, O
AO oliww suu
Anil the use of Anhydrous Ammonia, in q
.The Public Is Invited
ART & CAMERA
,. 105 Market 8treet
' Sponsored By
STAIIDARD FERTILIZER COMPAIIY
In Mount Olive
S TO THj PfjoTTA
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"rr,.. A.B..VWHMHI'-r y
It I TT T
Hoy on Display
Carter's New Improved
Dowfume Applicator for
Tobacco Field Fiinuga
Gas for Plant Beds
Kob2 and Serecia
Track and Garden Seeds
Quality Daby Chicks
and FCX feeds
Warsaw, N. C
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, TREMENDOUS spirit of progress prevails throughout the Sbuth, end It
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right here around us, the visions ot prettier, nappier. jiner sowro
coming true. In over a hundred communities like yours, severaHhoUsand";;"; s ,
persons have been working with enthusiasm and energy to proquce out- ' s
standina civic improvements. Vf.rtVrkMiW
who made these ,
VUi iiCMuyt u ...w , , - '
things happen who believe firmly in the future of their town and prove,,. '1 -Ji
it w;th action.
Prize winners in the 1953 Finer Carolina Program vere first an
nounced last week. As selected by the three judges, they are:
pRZE POPULATION GROUP
under 1000 1001-2500 over iSOO
$1,000 Grifton, N. C. Latta, S. C. Asheboro, N. C
2nd-$500 NUysville, N. C. Burgaw, N. C. Manning, S. C.
3rd-$20 Lamar, S. C. Wallace, N. C Dunn, N. C.
15 Honorable Mention prizes of $100: Jacksonville, Rockingham, Mt. Olive, Roxboro, Franklinton. J
Zebulon, Spring Hope, Troy, Swannanoa, Haze I wood, Weaverville, Spruce Pine, Milton,,';,
and Pine level, N. C, and Pinewood, S. C.
Very soon a much-deserved prize check will go to the Finer Carolina ;
Committee in each town as tangible recognition for their outstanding , ;
Whether or not your town is listed for a cash award, it is a better . 'f-l
town because of your efforts. No town can lose that enters and works.
ImDrovements are made and better living results in direct proportion to "- --.n Jv
the amount of work done. V "" ' J '
Even if your town is not a prize-winner this year, remember that'it -
did benefit from your work. Make this another incentive to start earlier, -A'"'
'work harder and get more done in 1954. V ,
The new Finer Carolina Program is in your hands. It is o tool, a "
vehicle, a plan for use by progressive towns as they strive to grow better' .
'and more prosperous. It is your program in your town. Please use It to; ,,')
,the fullest advantage. . VJ 4 x "
We sincerely congratulate the prize-winning towns and all the other v ."
competing towns. But we also wish you a speedy start toward even greater ; ! , .
accomplishment in iyD4.
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(CAROLINA POWER 8c LIGHT CO r.":"