TH3 FERQUCJAiNS WEEKLY, IIEKTPOiSlD, K. C, FRIDAY, APRIL SO, 11951
iu vun Coil's
Ttio iPorfniPTW "Wrrm JAHTnrnia.rfttion
in this county is authorized to make!
m Tt i i. i n a.-
or liiBiuva irarau (ueveioirajeirs .wow w
' improve and develop (their farms, carry
-nn mora diversified and balanced am-
cultural programs, and produce with
- greater ; fficiencyt E A. ' Morgan,
FHA manager Said today. ' .
wm 1 3 1 I 71 MflmAV
.. nUS IVUIIUrcU0 VX BIIUU1 ivuiuicio una.
- doinlnn tliw'r f antra Aa llihe iDoint "where
Hhey can effectively put into practice
the recommendations or me sstaie w
lege of Agriculture, 'Soil Conservation
Service, and '.Extension toervice. ,
: These loans offer families bppor
1 rf-MTMw A thi fhiT lutid intn srood con-
w I'"'"' s ,
dition and increase 'their proaucaon
during the defense period and have
greater security and ibetter nomas in
While veterans have preference, (for
rnnuio 'ifmrn funda annroDri i
ated toy. Congress, other farmers may
insured mortgage (program in which,
private lenders are partlcipatDig.
Banks and other private lenders have
made ample funds available for a
Jiirge number of insured IParm De
velopment loans (to Ibath veterans and
nnn-TOferans. v; The iawners Home
Greensboro, sales of ISeries E, F and
G Bonds jn (Perquimans "umnty ior
the month eif March totaled $6,650.00.
Mr. Rdddick- said , that he u. B.
Ravimra Bonds' Droaram will be 10
w aIH in (Mav.. Ihirine'the 10-vear
pfiriol since May 1, 1941, . the people
oi INortfi Carolina nave raivieiBTea more
than ?776 million dollars in Series E
Bonds of which $490 million Ls aUrl in
the hnnAa nt th nurchasers. ? "It is
eatirtiaitad that more man 311 minion
dollars in ISeries E Bonds purchased in
North Carolina back in i4l, win ma
ture between May 1 and December 81
nf ifcWn vwr. '.' the chairman continued.
"By a law recently passed in Congress,
inohiwvl Rprioa P. Rnnds.
may, if they desire, hold the Bonds
for another 10 years, or les3, with
continuing interest, or may exchange
them for Series G Bonds." ;
Mr. iRiddick . said that holders of
Kerioa GE Bonda imirchaBed in 1941 can
obtain fulll information rerarding the
extension or exenange prmiegw irom
their local banks.
are produced when seed are sown in
July and-August. . Wave you vnea
the Hanover? coHardT ) I'll be glad
to sena a lew seea on request.
Some - jrardeners believe ht ' cu
cumbers and muskmelons will ' Crose
if planted near each other and that
tw melons vrill taste like cucumbers.
This m a mistaken idea. mueumDers
tmA TnnsVmplona will not cross! fcl the
field and. if the melon is tasteless, it
is due ito too much rain at ripening
tume or to soil conditions. Different
varieties of muskmelons wall cross
with twh . other hurt iwii not affect
this year's crop only next year's
crop if you save, your own seed.
" If vii mlant vdlow and white sweet
corn varieties near each other the re
sulting cross will show, up in the pres
ent season, -and you will have a mix
ture of white and yellow kernels on
the same ear. . r
Rates High Among
By ROBERT SCHMIDT
The crop that you produce will be
no better than the seed that you .plant.
Uee only- the best you can get
Failure of seed to germinate wnen
planted is not always due to low via-
iSnmA IMfinn 4-H iClnlh tmmlhers in
North Carolina will be emphasizing
tnree major fooa proaucing projects
this year. They hope to top 1950 pro
duction in field crops, garden and
noultrv. : Nearly 2.000.000 youth
(throughout the nation will be doing
their part in the mobilization by par-
fOUlll il Till VHU HVWflWVHl
In these projects 4-H boys' and
girls, -ranging from 10 ito 21 years,
I learn latese scientific ..agricultural
Itechniques and approved farming prac-
TBY A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD I trees. They also have an opportunity
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to demonstrate phases in which they
have become - particularly . skilled.
Learning to judge crops, garden pro
duce, poultry and eggs is another
part of (their 4-H training.
Awards will be made next fall to
club (members iwho have done the best
job. -Medals will Ibe presented to
county winners, a trip to the 1951
National 4-H Club Congress in Chica
go to state winners, and a $300 col
lege scholarship to the national cham
pions. Donor of awards in the field
crops project is International Harvest
er. 'Poultry- awards are given by Dear
born Motors, and garden by Allis
Chalmers Mfg. Company. All three
Administralion guarantees the repay Lfchty. Often when seeds especially
mm 1iasa nrivate advances.
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V ir arm ueyeiopmenx inw wi
used for purposes such as the follow
ing: - - ' '
'T (Panfiiro isfwdinc and improVe-
, ment, land development including lim
ing", fertilizing, and seeding and soil
treatments including clearing, limingf,
fertilizing. . 'CfA::-
2. Terraces, contouring, grass wa
terways, diversion ditches, reforesta
tion, drainage ditches, and soil con
3. -ISafe and adequate water supply.
'' 4. Construction or repair of fences,
Tn artme cases, refinancing of
Vxistinir indebtedness i connection
I with loans for purposes above.
Plan To Bond Holders
iCnamHr TT. L?. Sftvinors (Bonds Chair-
IM. IRiddick. Jr.. announced
.todaythat according to the monthly
sales repoitta from Allison James,
Slate Director of Savinjts Bonds in
beans and corn are planted in wet
and .cold soil . ithey will rot in the
ground, even if they have passed a
good germination test. Also, germinat
ing seeds mav be killed when they
come into direct contact with strong
chemical fertilizers. Be very careiui
in uTmlvrno. oniuin'lrni.td fertilizer. Do
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not. allow them to come into contac:
with the seeds.
It is now safe to Plant all warm
season crops in eastern and central
North Carolina such crops as beans,
cucumbers, .muskmelons, watermelons,
okra, tomatoes, peppers and egg
plants. . Collard seed may Ibe sown ior
m early crop, out xae toesc couarw
You'll firal your number
x quickest by looking
' fa tho Telephone Directory
Yef, looking in the telephone
.directory firrt is the quickest way
of all to find die tight number .
' you want nd to be lure in
i advance that you are calling the .
Try it. and see. We're lure -
you'll agree. '
TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH
THE NORFOLK ftr CAROLINA
Elizabeth City Edenton - Mtnteo
' Hertford - Sunbury -
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concerns have provided r4hese incen
tives for the past several years.
Local 4-iH Club leaders and County
Extension agents conduct the projects
which are under the supervision of the
Cooperative Extension iService.
State winners last year were: Vic
tor H. Sauls, Wake County, (Field
Crops; Clarisse Warren, Sampson
County, garden; and (Bill K. Gragg,
Guilford County, poultry:
' A Reminder
Mrs. Chatterton I hope you have
erioyed this afternoon as guest of the
Superwomen's Club. .
Mr. Grimm I have, indeed! It re
minds me so much of my camp in the
woods. Out there the brooks babble.
- .... WtOH4H.IM-. .
SWINGING unerringly about
the pole ftar, every star and
planet in the heaveni can be
depended on to move in Hs
plotted coune . . . never tow
r. never faster, never chang-
,.1ng iti direction.
You can confidently depend
on ut to carry out your every
wish in choice of appoint
ments. Good taste and quiet
dignity prevail, po 'matter how
limpl the ceremony.
Yes we are now Authorized Dealers for these
popular fence posts the posts that havean aver
aae life of 30 years. And we are handling these
posts, because we are convinced that they give you
the most for your money in every way.
They are made from straight, sound wood wood
that has been properly seasoned, then PfeSsuTe
ireated (not merely dipped) with creosote. This
pressure-treatment protects posts agcanst termites
and decay ... makes them last and last. And these
posts keep original size and strength at ground line;
iovou can replace larger untreated posts with
smaUertreatedposta. As for appearance, these posts
really dress up your property. . ,
Stop in and talk it over. We'll explain how much
- money you can save, and how much work you can
avoid by setting Koppers Long-Life Fence Posts.
There is Nothing Finer
than to Live in
, , i , y
Here's Your Career Opportunity!
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Good pay, the ncU of taming, and the chance for unlimited ;
advancement a'J are Oucred to young men by the Army and
Air Forcer And, these same benefits and opportunities are, '
open to America's young women in the Women's Army Corps
ai the Women's Air Force. For a future as bright as the
fjstare of .your country choose Almy or Air Force, WAC
VAI7. Volunteer for tLIs f " rf ra and women wno
HERTFORD LIVESTOCK & SUPPLY CO.
HERTFORD, N. C
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From the mountains to the
seashore, North Carolinians, are be
Sinning to move outdoors. The Spring season
opens strong in Asheville in May. State con
ventions of Civitans, Lions, K. of C, American
Legion, Postmasters, Jaycees, Daughters of
America and Industrial Safety Conference
are ell scheduled for that month.
Along with the beach resorts, fishing takes
over now on the coast and if s time to renew
your license for inland waters fishing. Best
fishing days in May are from the 5th through
the 20th-but every day is a good day in May
in North Carolina.
Plenty of work and plenty of fun makes the
ideal balance to good living here at home
and, for refreshing relaxation anytime, most
of us can enjoy a temperate glass of beer
sold under our AB C system of legal control
that is working so well.
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' North Carolina Division
UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION, INC.
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Blue-Flame Combustion - . :
. Perfected Cooling ..
SpecUbed 4-Way Lubrication .
Thermostatic Heat Control ,
Cast Alloy Iron Pistons
CrAT CHASSS rEATUZS
Wide Range of Springs
o Rugged, Rigid Frames X '
. Hypold Rear Axle
Single-Unit Rear Aid Housings
New Twin-Action Rear Brakes
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New Dual-Shoe Parking Brake
New Torque-Action Brakes ,
, (HaM-detf modeh)
Foot-Operated Parking Brake
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Steering Column Gearshift
Large Door Openings
Side Doors Held Open by Over
Sturdy Steel Construction
Transmission (to lUrhraodbh)
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New Ventlpanes In Cabs ,
. Flexl-Mounted Cab
Improved Full-Width Cab Seat
Seat Adjusts to Proper Eye Level
Insulated Panel Bodies
Extra-Strong Stake Bodies
Full-Width Gravel Shield
CHEVR0LETS IN USE
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