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THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 13, 1949
—— By Mrs. A. A. Mclnnis. —.
rach was a visiting quiiter at
Rcckfish community house Tues
day. Also Mrs. Eobert Ray of
Fayetteville was a visi;or at this
have not been vaccinated, but
are laying, pigeon pox vaccine
I should be administerd immediate
Services at Tabernacle church Ashebdro Sunday night and Mon-
-woe well attended Sunday even- day.
ing. Rev. E. L. Miller of Fayette- j-'
ville preached. He is supply pas- ; Mr. a.-id Mrs. Noble Stanley of
tor for the Mt. Gilead church at FayettcviHe \ isited Mr. and Mrs.
tbe present time. \V. R. King and family Sunday.
The Annual Ingathering at the J The enrollment and attendance
Baptist church here was held on ' h.a.-: p.ckec up a lot in the Rock-
Wednesday evening, with a very f..h .'Choo! the last few days,
Mrs. Judd Newton, Mrs. R. D.
Braddy. Mrs. Ernest Coojc^^^rs.
M. G. Ray, Rev. and-^MfsT^ver-
ly Shannon. Mrs. “Zan” Gillis,
yirs. James Gillis, Miss Allie
Black, Mrs. Wm. Gillis, Mrs.
Fioyd Monroe and Mrs. M. D.
Gillis were among those attend
ing group conference at Bethel
last Tuesday from Galatia church.
Re-. . Dca\er, a blind preacher
Quilling are still going o:i. ' ir'o.'n Laurinburg will fill the pul-
Mrs. P. C. English sponsore.i one ' pit Tabernacle church here
at the home of Mrs. A. tV. Wood next Sunday nrorning at 11 a. m.
last week and the Women of Ga
latia church are quilting two a:
the Community House this week.
Those attending Business Wo
men's Conference at Wagram last
Wednesday eveni.ng were Mrs.
J'hn Ray, Mrs. Kerman Koorice
ar.a Airs. Wm. H. Bennett.
: ..cc Decs
of State College
eek end at ho:r.c.
Tire PTA did not meet this, week ' Mrs. Burgaw -f Southern Pine,'
•tout there will be a meeting next ^ w.'is tne guc.-t of Capt. and Mrs.
Monday night. October ITth.
'i.;rk for se-ccro! days Kst wcei;
Kenneth Scarboro, son of Mr,
rr.d Mrs. Lacy Scarboro. of Way
side fell iro.r. a wagon last Sun-
.ay'and broke his arm.
Miss Ruby Wood spent the past
week end at home. Her mother.
Mrs. C. L. Wood and her broth
er, Worth Wood, accompanied
accompanied her back to her
sdiool and visited relatives in
Mr. and Ivlrs. W. T. Bosontaii
h3\-e been right sick the past
week but are some what improved
at this tim.e.
Mrs. Gus McBryde of Dundar-
I - late
QUESTION: What practices are
recommended to protect hogs
from swine flu?
ANSWER: This disease is es- ^
pecially prevalent during the win
ter months. Since no vaccine is
available, farmers must rely on
preventative measures. Get rid
of old straw and other unsanitary
matter around the hog yard. Keep
hog houses well ventilated. Pro
tect the animals from undue ex
posure to cold and dampness.
Prevent piling at night. It is also
important to check the animals
for lung worm if suspected, sihee
j veterinarians have found that ^
j the.se parasites are connected with :
the spread'of swine flu. , I
I If flu gets into the herd de- ,
i spite all precautions, it is import- |
ant to give the animals the be.-t j
care possible. Swine in a weaken
ed condition may be easy prey for
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QUESTION: How can I get
rid of fowl pox in my laying
ANSWER; W. G. Andrews, ex
tension poultry specialist at State
Dollege says fowl pox is on the
rcmp-ige in North Carolina in |
locks which have not been vac- j
cinated against the disease. The
oox is caused by a virus and may I
e'-xncau bv direct contact or by
■r;.,_itoo' biting diseased birds
.ii.d transn'i.dng the disease to
■lealthy susceptible birds. ^
Affected birds, says Andrews,
usually have wart-like lesions on (
the comb, wattles, and face. An j
effected flock in heavy egg pro- !
duction shows a rapid decline in .
.'gg laying. The disease may m^an- j
■fest itself in the nasal passages
with roup resulting..
If the disease makes its appear
ance in the laying,flock, Andrews
says all unaffected birds should
be isolatecl, if practical, and vac
cinated with pigeon pox vaccine.
Individual treatment of the af
fected face portions is beneficial.
Tincture of iodine or corbonated
vaseline may be applied. If the
disease makes its appearance in
a community and j’our pullets
Public Deer Hunt
Bladen Next Week
The first public deer hunt of the
season, for residents of North
Carolina only and sponsored by |
the Department of Conservation
and Development, will take place
at the Bladen Lakes State Forest,
Bladen County, Friday, October
21, it was announced by Assist
ant State Forester Fred Claridge.
ether hunts will follow on Octo
ber 28, November 11. 18, 26 and
December 2, and will be I'mited
to two groups of thirty hunters
with dogs each day.
Claridge says each person in
the hunt may. kill one buck deer
and no other game of any kind
will be killed or molested on thp
Forest. These annual affairs af
ford the citizens' of North Caro
lina recreation and serve to de-
montrate wise use of all natural
resources of a State Forest.
The cost is five dollars each,
but applications must cover '■he
entire group of thirty persons?,
sent in with a check for 150 dol
lars. Individual applicants will
not be considered. Information
and application blanks can be had
by writing the State Forester, De
partment of Consecration and
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