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E..ovi organic xn&tUr ia sX i an
' import; -1 part of gardening. To keep
the orranic matter- of 'file soil at a
faisrh level ia one of (the- main reasons
farmers rotate their crops. , . ,
Although adding organic matter to
, soil is no cure-all, it does open up
heavy soils and increases me water
holding capacity, of sandy soil. It
also, contains a small amount of plant
food and helps release plant nutrients
into available forms. - .
Small gardeners cannot practice
crop rotation. Usually they do not
" have access to the anam source of or-
, game matter" on farms themanure
' pile. However, it is fairly easy to
keep soil in good condition with a
couple of compost heaps. -Composting
materials may be kept
in a pile in an out-of-the-way corner
,-. of the garden, into them place all
kinds of grass clippings, , leaves and
weeds that have not formed seeds.
This material should be placed in lay
ers about six inches thick and cover
d with a thin layer of .top soil. It is
a good idea to sprinkle each layer of
r plant material with complete plant
food. . -y-i, - -
- Alternate layers of vegetable mater
ial and soil can be built up to a height
of three to four feet. Each layer
should be soaked with water and the
top of the heap should be divided to
catch the rain. "'. .
WHITE HAT NEWS
William Umphlett, son of Mr. and
Mr Seth Umphlett is home on leave.
'Mrs. J. B. Eure and .Mrs. 'Horace
Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Dail at -their' home neay Elizabeth
City on Wednesday.
Mrs. J. D. Yeates spent Monday in
Elizabeth City visiting friends. '
ffllr. and Mrs. Horace Miller had as
their guests Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs.
Walker Perry and children, Misses
Grace 'Sullivan and Anne Cobb of
Elizabeth City, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Dail and Mr, and Mrs. Herman Caddy.
(Mrs. J. B. Eure spent the week
end in Moyock with Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Umphlett. ; --
JRaymond Eure went to see relatives
in Virginia on Sunday.
' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 'Small, 'Jr.,
and daughter, Connie, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Small's' parents, Mr. and
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lit. and II. j. Jim WIiams ' ! T.l-
noke Eir'-is visited C!rs. V.Ia-s'
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Seta Umiphlett,
on Sunday. ; , ' .-
Those visiting in the home of Mr.
and Sirs. Ulric Caddy .this week were:
Sirs. J. Bj Eure, Mrs; Ambrose Saw
yer, 'Mrs. Herman Caddy, lira, Marvin
Caddy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry luathews,
Mrs. Elbert and Adron Jordan,. Quin
ton Hurdle, Mrs. Baker Wood, Kiss
Elizabeth Wood, Mrs. lizzie Gray of
Suffolk, Va., and iMiss Gladys 'Umph
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RECITAL (CONDUCTED -Mrs,
I. C. Yagel presented her pi
ano pupils at a recital on last Tuesday
at the Agricultural 'Building. Those
taking part on the program were' Jean
Edwards, Alice Jean Jackson, Billy
Yagel, Welly White, Virginia Cay,
Ann Thatch,- Peggy Harrerl, Mary
Frances Eure, Carolyn - lSure, Ann
Bray and 'Reba Yagel. ; i '
Two prizes were given among the
pupils for a game played similar to
bingo using musical selections. Peggy
Harrell and Mary Frances Eure were
the winners. .
During the intermission Mrs. W. E.
White gave two readings, impersonat
ing Back Seat Driver and The Picture
Cow.
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By Dr. Sophia Brnnsoa
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The Heart In Strenuous Times '
Since the (first article was written
concerning the many sudden deaths, at
a comparatively early age, taianytimore
tave joined the vast army of the
Whan avary minute
count Long Distance Is
th shortest, fastest way
Aik lenriceman what a loot dh
cum call meant to him. Aik botinaa-'
man how ht appreciate thit apeedf
ernce. Yet it actually corn wcr litdb
And fatal an c ica Idwcc aftcf 6 PJd.,
and oa Sunday. So whenever you want
row maataae to act than fatBat, think
of Ions distance fint
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racing a 't tL3, tr ' -'- .
more activities into a Ly k i r
afcomph'ished wl-lout c '
This upsets the temper aJ C 2 1 .
it is conauciiv to latsue,- in a
and nervousness. .
, Many accKfews are ca'sc 1 ? 3
hurry. Somdtimes a few imM.j w
extra Indulgence in bed starts (the y
off wrong. ffhe -breLSazt is f
down and the person rushes oZl O lUe
place of business. (He does not rotice
the car in front or that cos- r
the careless child or .pedestrian
there is a scream and a sickening
thud. Then a lire is crushed out Tot
lowed by a life-long regret. . ' Conctant
hurry causes strain and anxiety ai
well as unhappineBS.
iWhy the hurry? Is it to bring ma
iterial success T You think What money
will give you happiness But dees it?
The constant rush overtaxes the heart.
Some day irreparable damage an-
announces itself by an intolerable
heart pain or some other dangerous
symptom that proclaims that your
dajs of health are ended maybe that
you haven't long ito live.' " -
(When you were weft, you abused
your health. You paid no attention to
dependability;
A HEART of firaslnwi of
ttstl, and seeming' human i
tslligehca. : That b' tnoimn
mschlnsfy . , . the dspandabii-.
ty of which hat ansblsd Man:
to labor Isti and bam motV
nd mount to thU higher phv
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The undoubted dependebS
Hy of our profattionai ifaff-i;
enable' you to malt your "
choice at time of need, un
hindered by doubts of any
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Now I have Lscovere4 Cci love nor
honor, wealth, nor rar, can give the
. health is gone -
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With heal'Ji all housl of '
pleasure flies." . .
The states are planning to spend
hnlmense sums of money to take bare
of the sickj disabled and mentally 1U.
They want more doctors, nurses and
institutions to .take care of all these
people. Instead tf ... placing all the
emphasis on taking cure of sick peo
ple, would it not be well to begin by
educating people to tlake tare of their
health so that they (would not lose
it in the ffirat place? ' , .
Teach children Wi'at tobacco and al
cohol are poisonous hat God punish
es those who abuse and Mout His laws.
Nature makes them sick. Jit is a lalw
more rigid than thlat of the IMedes
and Persians. You cannot abuse and
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1 10-ft. REFRIGERATOR
, 1;1 WASHING MAailNE ;
' 2 OIL BURNERS . T '
fectric Irons Electric Hot Plates
. See US-TODAY For a Real BARGAIN In Electric Appli
ances. These Articles Must Be Sold During -Our Oose-Out
SALE.
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drive i...V)r vv.:.icles. fcr. il'a lj-.n
applytej for tieir new d'i.it'e IU
censes on 'Hay 14. irresent cnauf-
four's licenses expire on June 30.
1 .This year is the last in which chauf
feurs will be' required to 'obtain re
newals of licenses during the latter
part. of May and in June. . In the
future, licenses ' of drivers of for
hire vehicles will expire on the birth
day of the applicant in the year fol
lowing the year of Issuance, provided
the applicant has held his license for
six months.
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.1. When did IRussia tfoin in the war
against Japan?
2. fNams the Foreign Minister of
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6. iV. t country ranks fin ia oil
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TC3 AN2.7ERS
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2. 'Robert Bchuman. ' . . -3.
It is always celebrated on the"
first' Sunday. after'tTie" first full moon
following Ce Verrud lEquinox. '
4, Crazil, Ecuador and Colombia.
5., The United jt&tates,' followed by
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6. Defense Production Admlnistra
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1 Week Day Shows Contlmmu ...
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Saturday Continuous Front 1:89
Sunday 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 ,
Thursday and Friday,- ' ,
May 17-14 'A.' :
Tyrone Power and .
. Susan Hayward in ;,
- ' -1 "RAWBUDE" . t"
Saturday, May 19 . .
" 1 Johnny WebtauUer and
. Buster Crabbe in
"CAPTIVE GIRL"
Sunday and Monday, ,
May 26-i!l ' " 1 ' - ...
. ' ' ' Gregory Peck and '
,; Barbara Payton in ' ' -
ONLt THE VALlANTr ,;
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Tuesday and Wednesday,
May 22-23 " '' -t
: , Lassie - Gary Grey ia ' ,
"THE PAINTED raLLS", ,
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Friday and Saturday,
May 18-19 ,
- 'Dana Andrews and 1 i
iRichard Conte in -' -
SALERNO BEACHHEAD"
Ili-Wayl7
Drive-in Theatre
Two Shows Each Night
. In-Car Speakers
Modern Rest Rooms. Snack Bar
Admission 40c
Children Under 12 Free Id Cars
Friday and Saturday, -
May 18-19
Gregory Peck and
- Helen Westcott in, .
'? THE GUKFIGIITERW "
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Sunday, May 29 ...
"Eleanor Powell and -.
Dennis OHeefe in
' SENSATIONS" .
Monday and Tuesday, .
May 21-22
Audie Murphy and. ,
- Gale Storm in ,
THE KH) FROM TEXAS" .
Wednesday and Thursday,
May 23-24 ,j
IBetty Grable and .
; - Dan Dailey in
- "MY ELITE HEAVEN" . ..
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