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Tlie iiM of Extension work It to
help people reach, their highest ca
pabilities.. To reach- thia aim leader
In Horn Demonstration work met
recently with the. Extension Agents
to plan a Workable program for 1955.
-Tat rural farm-home situation
the county ; waa ( reviewed. Thi
agents pointed out ! that Duplin
County waa strictly a rural county
nd that our major problems were
lack of Income and use, of income.
After farm production and, operat
ing expenses have been paid, the
following things must be provided:
food, clothing, shelter medical care,
education, religious Institutions and
recreation, and transportation. Our
charitable organizations, savings,
money mainly comes from sales of
tobacco, livestock, vegetables. Our
money mainly goes for labor hire.
Of the 8377 dwellings (1950 cens
us).71 had electric lights, 24
runlng water, 82 toilets, 70 heat,
ed with wood, . 56 : cooked with
wooa, . ,had no refrigeraion.
26 had kitchen sinks. Onlv 14
pint milk for - each Duplinite was
proaucea in 19S0 per day. The aver,
age farm consisted of 28VS acre;
of cropland,- - . , , ' , ..
- To plan , an extension program
aimed toward helping every Indi
vidual was a coIosm. underaking
Leaders who met to consider a plar
of work for 1955 weie as follows
Mesdames Ash Miller.; Elmo Bllx
sard, Andrew Miller, R oy Sander.
son, cordon Thigpen, Mason Brown
Emmet Kelly, Rudolph Futreal, C
L. Sloan. J. B. Torrans. Amanda
livestock and poultry feed, oil and Williams, Billie Bluichard, A. B
fuel'..''' -. .V' . ' . Lanier and David Wlllloma .
; Mi Dollar Sfempl
Jo l?e Issued Som
. ' The Post Office Department will
issue a new bicolored dollar stamp
A through the Washington, D. C post
office on August 81, announced
, Clarence G. Pike, Fremont .Post
maater. : '-'' ;';C.:
He said a new. method will be a
: : d opted fai the future in printing of
high demonlnation bicolored stamps,
entailing the use of flat plates of
400 subjects and pre-gummed pap.
er, resulting in substantial savings
In cost of productions.
x The $1.00 Denomination, series of
r 1938, printed by this new method
will be issued on August 31, 1954,1
through the Washington D. C. post'
office. : .. ,
Those desiring first-day cancel
lations of this variety of the $1.00
. stamp may send addressed enve
, lopes, together with money order
remittance, to the postmaster , at
Washington, Dr C. The outside en.
velope to the pastmaster should b
endorsed First-Day Covers. .Order,
tor first-day covers must not in
clude -request for uncanceled
stamps. Pike said. ; -
For, the benefit of collectors de
siring quality for philatilic use, the
new stamp will be available at the
Philatelic Agency, Post Office De
partment, Washington, 25, D. C.
on and after August 31, Pike said.
To insure prompt shipment, mail
orders to the Agency should Include
no other stamp issues. The philate
lic agency does not service first
Club Mel i
Monday i. -
S The Magnolia t Woman's ! Civic
Slub met with Mrs. Jack Jc-yner
M Monday night', k-t"'f v :-;;
Mrs. Roscoe Potter called the
neeting to order. Mrs. Clifton
?hestnutt, secretary read the min
Jtea and Miss Be:;y Home Treas
jrer gave the treasurers report
After the business session a game
vas. enjoyed. :,i,cii' &:
.The' hostes served ' cake, nuts,
candy and soft drinks.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. N. T. Pickett on
September 20; "v:.'-';
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tucker an
nounce the birth of son, Matthew
"Mack" Edwin, August 10 in Samp
son Memorial Hospital. r
Mr. and Mrs. 'Russell Brown an
nounce the birth of daughter, Aug
ust 14, in Dr. Hawes Clinic in Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Sasaer vis
ited her brother ' -In law. Huie
Carter in the Burgaw Hospital
Tuesday night. , . ,.,''V
! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Evans and ehll-
roren Sheila and Janet of Wilming
ton, spent last week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Powell and Mr. and
Elvin Gaylor of Jacksonville, N
C. visited friends here last Satur
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Pickett and
grandsons, Bobby and Butch spent
Sunday at Topsail Beach with Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Vestal.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Pope spent
last week at the beach.
North Carolina cotton farmers
with "excess acres" were warned
that any excess cotton nrodtuvd
Special Close Out Price On
Crane & Kelvinator ton
Clinton, N. C.
? SB A
this year will be subject to a mark
eting quota penalty of 17.5 cents
H. C. Blalock, state ASC special
ist, said farmers are currently be
ing notified of the measured acres
of cotton alloted for their farm.
Marketing cards, which certify
that the cotton produced from a
penalties, will not be issued tor
farm is free of marketing quota
farms with "excess acres" until the
marketing quota penalty has been
paid, said Blalock. Th penalty may
be paid at the county ASC office
& Pi Iwiit; J5 hj5. ft? fotton
was produced. ' Zi--
Unless the, marketing quota pen
alty n excess cotton has airei'd
been paid, buyers wilt deduct 1pM
alty of VIA cents for each pttlnd
of upland cotton mnrketpA
Blalcck emphasized that growers
whose cotton acreag is within
their acreage allotment are eligible
for marketing cards and can mark
et penalty-free all the cotton pro
duced in 1954 if it is properly iden
tified. Growers who are eligible for
marketing cards will be mailed
tteir cards before extensive har
vesting begins. ;
H. A. SMITH
. IN KENANSVILLE
Located In Hblf-SimmoVis Store
Ve Service All Makes Phone 2271
Miss Patricia Merritt of Charles
ton. S C, soent last week with Mr.
and Mrs. Roscoe Potter and other
relatives. - ;-.
David Rouse took his tobacco help
to White Lake for the day last
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Turner and
daughter Diane of Bryson City fare
spending their vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. O. K Wood of Ra
leigh spent the week end With her
parents, Mr and Mrs. L. G. Turner.
' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith and
children Gary and Al spent Sunday
at Topsail Beach. '
' Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Sasaer and
girls Sumy and Caroline, Mrs. Dor
ithy Mac Parker, -Evelyn Parker
Mrs. Anna Johnson,' Betty Jean
Johnson and Billy spent last Sun
lay at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Baker of
Charlotte spent last week end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Mr. and Mrs. William Potter and
son Billy are spending a week with
her mother, Mrs. Cullers in Win
Earl Baker and Victor Parker
spent last week end at Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Turner, Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Turner and Diane.
Mr1, and Mrs. O. K. Wood spent
Sunday afternoon at Topsail Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Fennell Smith and
children Billy, Reggie and Kenneth
spent last Tuesday night and Wed
nesday at Carolina and Topsail
Mrs. Elbert Parker is now work
ing at Crooms Sundries.
Mrs. Lanie Heath is visiting her
PTvther Ja Bgrden. and :rs. Bar
im m WUm.gton.
WS. Annabell Harden returned
sV&e with her daughter Mrs. Wil
liam Michael and children Debbie
and Billy to their home in Dur
ham. Mrs.' Michael and children
have been with her mother for sev
eral weeks while Mr. Michael was
away on the tobacco market
Rev. James White ,was dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Abbie Smith
Mrs. L. H. Fussell is spending a
eek with her father in Winston
lalem. Miss Betty Home ' and Richard
vroom spent . iat week end with
friends at their cottage at Xures
0 Mrs.' Alvin Powell and Sherry
and Mrs. Roscoe -Potter shopped in
Miss Barbara Tucker, Miss Betty
Jean Johnson and Victor Tucker
spent Tuesday at ' Wrightsville
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Branson
and children Ronald and Robert, Jr.
A Kannapolis, N. C. recently spent
t week vacation with her mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Wilson.
.Mr. and Mrs Joseph Baker and
children of Norfolk, Va., spent the
week end .with relatives Mr. and
MrC Roland. Wilson, Mr, and Mrs.
Elbert Baker ' and Mr. and Mrs.
Gorden Blackburn recently.'
Mrs. Parley Potter, Mrs. Lawrence
Potter and Jackie spent last Sunday
with their sister, Mrs. Sally Blan
ton and relatives,
Mrs. 'Fred Finger and children
of New Jersey spent several weeks
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
R .Pope. Mr. Finger joined them
last week end.
Mrs. Shirley Rudy and children
of Goldsboro spent a weeks vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. R, Pope.
; Rev; and Mrs. Joe D. Everette
and daughter Kay were called to
his home in Mississippi due to the
death of his step-mother and his
Mrs. Perry Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Johnson and Florence of
Chapel Hill spent Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Tucker.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Royal of
Roseboro, visited, their daughter,
Mrs. Paul Tucker, Mr. Tucker and
Mr. and Mrs. James Gaylor of
Jacksonville visited relatives
Acres llexl Year Under Benson Plan
Agricultural administrators and "croas compliance" and ' Total al-
department heads at State College
learned last week thai' North Car
olina farmers stand to lose 712,000
acres of land from cash crop pro
duction under a new. acreage -allot
ment program announced last month
by Secretary of Agriculture Benson,
according' to Horace D. Godfrey,
state daministrative officer for ag
ricultural conservation and stabil
At a meeting called by Dean of
Agriculture D. W. Colvard to con-
sider ways that the college could
help farmers meet the loss of those
acres and maintain their net in
come, Godfrey explained the new
Vilh A Future
Here is- the career you've been
hoping for! One that has every
thing) Travel. Adventure and
Excitement: In the Women's Army
work with people your own age,
Corps you'll make new friends.
learn skills that will help you now
and in the ftturt, you'll also find
l?X opportunity to serVe your collftV
try directly, proudly and usefully.
You will be given training for a
position yon like learn a trade
that will be of great value to you
in the future. Here are a few of the
jobs you may train for in the Wac:
Office manager, photographer, pos
tal supervisor, radio broadcast spe
cialist, secretary, x-ray technician,
journalist and many others.
For further information on a ca
reer in the Women's Army Corps,
see your local US Army Recruiter,
Sgt Cook, on Wednesdays in Wal
lace at the Post Office building and
on Thursdays at the court house in
Godfrey pointed out that his of
fice had not yet received Instruc
tions for carrying out the derictive,
but essentially it calls tor two
1. Farmers, in order to receive
price supports for any crop, must
comply with acreage allotments for
all crops. '
2. Farmers who have more than
10 "diverted acres" will be restrict,
ed to "total allotment" which they
cannot exceed and still receive
North Carolina crops for which
allotments have been anuounced
are cotton, tobacco, wheat, peanuts
and corn. A farmer who, for in
stance, would receive price sup.
ports on his tobacco must plan with
in his allotment for cotton, wheat,
peanuts and corn, as well as tobac
co. If farmers plant within these al-
ktmenta. they will remove appreoa
imateiy 712,000 acres from the pro
auction of cash crops in JS5S.
In 1959, the - farmers win itm
262,000 acres of cotton, 13,000 as? ,
peanuts, 300,000 of corn, and CD
000 of wheat . : r . . .
Godfrey pointed out that divert
ed acres will be figured on tnebaat
ia of 1963 planting; year' warn
there were- nov acreage restrictiaos
on corn, cottom and! wheat, and
hence, ' year that will give thai
State the disadvantage of a large
pumber of diverted; acres.
' Details of total allotments have)
not been announced, but indieationm
are they will work-out' like this: A .
farmer will calculate- the difference
between- his 1959 allotments far
corn, tobacco, cotton; wnea asssl
peanuts antf mas actual! planting- es
these crops in 1993. If the difference
is more than 10 acres, he win re
ceive a "total allotment" This win
be equal to his 1955 allotments etas
his acreage eC eman- oaata; easaas
grown in 1951 If he plants fax ex
cess of this total allotment anythiaft
other than crops for hay, cover ew
green manure, he loses the advan
tage of price support on all eropa.
llo Waiting List
In Navy Enlistment
The .Wilmington Navy ' Recruit
ing Office announced today that due
to the recent increases in quotas,
there is no waiting list for enlist
ment in the Navy.
Commencing Friday, August 27
and every Friday thereafter .until
further notice, there will be a Navy
Recruiter at the Post Office in Wal
lace from 8:30 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
for the purpose of interviewing and
processing applicants. At other
times there is a Navy Recruiter in
the Post Office at Wilmington from
8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. daily except
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Men in Wallace and in surround
ing areas are invited to see their
Navy Recruiter at either of the
above places for information con.
cerning the many benefits available
to them in a career in the Navy.
ON FEEDS FROM
WARSAW FEED MILL
WARSAW ,N. C.
1 PUPtlHA. ,
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iaimcvi wmt ervn you tasty oroooc.
charcqai smhuns. Aluminum, portabfa-,'
container, stainless steel fire bowl guar
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of charcoal, pint of lighting fluid, barbecue
fork, spit, tongs, gloves, cook book. s
GET OTM TOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF THE RANGE ALONE.
Toppon TV-62 Ranoe Regularly $234.75
offer holds! ,
Regularly $ 57 50
Patio Barbecue Grill
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