Mrs. M. R. Knight spent sever
al days last week with. Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Pickett of Fayetteville.
Ry Mrs. A. A. MrJnnis,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams
and daughters, Anita and Teresa
of Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. Nash
Andrews and baby, Mary Rose,
Thomas and Miss Mary Cath.
erine Mclnnis and Mr. and Mrs.
Smith Mclnnis visited Ed Mc
lnnis at Sanatorium Sunday af
of Charleston, S. C. and Mrs. ,1
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bristow
visited Mr and Mrs. Clyde Mc-
Jean Courson of Fayetteville spent
; Gill and Mr- and Mrs. S B Min.
the past week end with Mr. and
Mrs D. P Andrews.
ter of Fayetteville last Sunday.
N A. ■ McKeithan of the post
The heavy rains .kept a lot of
people home from church the
office department in Fayetteville
past Sunday. The roads were al
ls having a three weeks vacation,
par: of which, he will spend at his
home near Rockfish.
Community cjugrch, Pinehurst
and Brownson Memorial church,
Souther* Pines, were joint hos
tesses to the Woman’s Auxiliary
of Fayetteville Presbytei^' last
Thursday and Friday April 10-11.
Those attending from Galatia
church were Mesdames William
Gillis. Sr.. Williaim Gillis, Jr., Zan
Gillis. Gene McKeithan,
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ray and
Mr. and Mrs. ,• Dempsey Ray of
Fayetteville visited Mr. and Mrs,
M. G. Ray Sunday.
(.TVissionary lectures every night
this week, >yhich will-'he given
by returned missionaries and ot
hers. After this week the study
course will continue on Thursday
nights as previously announced.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Gibson,
Merritt ‘Simpson, Jr. and Louise
Gibson spent Sunday witt^^HC^r,
and Mrs. W, J. Deaton and fam
ily in Red Springs.
Mr. and -Mrs. John Booker of
FayetteviHe spent last Tuesday
visiting in the home of Rev. &nd
Mrs E B. Booker.
Mr and Mrs.-^Thompson Braddy
of Wilmington spent the past week
end with Mr. and Mrs. R. D.. Brad
dy and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Capps
Little Mias Jlai^ice Mclnnis
p]oydjsp«nt the past week end visiting
Monroe, Alex Ray, Henry Terrell, i grandmothers at Rockfish.
P. Bethea, A. A
Lt. L. R. Shockley of Salt Lake
City, Utah, visited his mother^
Mrs. L. B. Shockley, and his
brother, Roy Shockley and fam
ily, last week.
Hints To Farm
Because turnips greens are so
prominent in southern diets, sci.
entists'at the Texas Experiment
Station recently made' tests to
learn the best method of prepar
ation from nutritional standpoint.
They tested aind compared the
mineral values of both leaves
and stems and found that in cal
cium leaves rated as excellent,
and stems as good to fair. In iron,
the leaves rated good, and the
stems fair to poor.
Although the leaves proved to
have more nutritive value, the
scientists believe the stems have
enough to warrant their . use.
Discarding this part of greens is
wasteful and also takes extra
time in preparation. Some peo
ple object to the fiber or “string-
Everywhere, you bear it said
iness” of older stems, but to
many they are useful as roughage
in the diet.
M. G. Ray, F
Mclnnis and the pastor, Rev. H
The members of Tabernacle
church are progressing nicely
with the pastors home , they are
Miss Beatrice Haire’s name was' near the church.. One
left out in last weeks paper thro-1 week has been set aside as
ugh mistake. She was one of the; planting of shrubbery on
hostesses at the party given at grounds.
Rockfish community house Mon
day alter Easter. Our apologies
to Miss Haire.
Prunes are plentiful on mar
kets now, marketing specialists
of the U. S. Department of Agri
culture remind housewives. For
variety, the family may enjoy
spiced prunes, served hot or cold
a relish with the first course
or as a lively fruit dessert. For
spicing, wash prunes, then put
them in a saucepan and cover
Bandy of Lincoln- v/ith boiling water. Let them
Mrs. W. B
ton and Mrs. J. J. Cobb of Park-! soak about an hour, or
; ton spent some time with their
Gibson, son of J. mdith^r, Mrs. Ellen Jpnes and
Gibson, cut his foot severely, family, last week.
plump. Then cook them in the
same water in which they have
utes until tender adding more
The southern custom of using
the “pot liquor” or water in
which the greens have cooked
has long beeii approved by the
nutritionists becan^ the liquor
contains soluble nutrients froim
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A good way to train children
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tub” is to place a bath brush for
tub-scrubbing in easy reaching
Special 5heep shearing schools
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soaked Simmer for 15 or 20 min- ^will be held in North Carolina
on a piece of tin last Saturday
'night. He is at Highsmith hospi-' Mr. and Mrs. James Wood and j water if necessary during cook-
tal and unable to walk. ' daughter, Peggy Jegn of Raeford ing. Toward the end of the cook-
: 'and Mrs. Ed Newton and child-, ing add sugar to taste, a Tew--
Circle Xo. 2 of Galatia church, ren of Lakerim visited Mr. and,gi’ains of salt, spice, and a little
iom.eti.-! es called the Rockfislji IMrs. T. G. Wood Saturday alter-- vinegar.
the week of May 19. School loi
circle, will meet Thursday after- noon. I
noon with IMrs. Floyd Monroe, i I Turnip greens are as familiar
Airs. Monroe and Aliss Annie Ray' W. J. Tart spent the past week ion, southern dining tables as
will be hostesses. ' end in Benson visiting relatives corn pone and pork. But south-
I and friends. i evn cooks differ in the way they
Airs A1 ' S Bristow received ' ! orepare these greens. Some dis-
word the lirst of the week that The Sunday School study cour-!card all the stems and even-mid-
her mother Airs. G. W. Livings- se conducted by T. C. Jones at; ribs and cook only the leaves,
ton of Lumber Bridge was very Tabernacle church every Thurs-; Others cook and serve the greens
sick. She has gone to spend some day night has been discontinued j as they co-ioe, leaves and stems
cations have not been set^ but
will be announced later
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