,t IZZY, NOVE7JES3 0, 1951.
Some lC3,r"3 rural toys "antf, girls
throv; t Iorl! Carolina are this
weci" rvL jf National 4-II Aciueve-
inert ..e ':. ' v 1 -vj
7 ' ceremonies are being
he'J hi j vri a c "as. Cjseoial
rr" i I. ' ' win-'z.-
j i- . ki .e ae-
con, " ' of 4-II m"-r are
beir : u,.t to t'.e atteuwon of the
' Publ. - -,-.''
.. Ovi T oya and yirls themselves are
"loo!-- -1 ri. on their year's work and
maki. 0' plans for the future. , "
. - The 4-H program, which now has an
enrollment of two million waking up
the largest organized group of-rural
; young people in the world was started
in North Carolina in 1909. In that
year Dr. I. 0, Schaub organized 'Boys'
Corn Clubs, and' a short time later
Dr. Jane S. fcimmon organized
Girls' Tomato Olabs.
The boys' and girls' divisions Were
consolidated into 4-H Clubs in 1926,
.under the direction of L. ft. Harrill,
'-who has been State 4-H Club leader
for the. State College Extension Ser
vice for. more than a quarter of a
..century." "- . p' , i V
.; Not only has the 4-H program
grown in enroll.nent, but its scope has
been broadened tremendously. Instead
of being confined to such relatively
simple matters as corn growing and
tomato canning, it now includes the
whole field of economic, ,, physical,
social, and spiritual activities In which
rural boys and girls have an interest
State Leader Harrill estimates that
jnore than one person ' out of every
- four now Jiving in North Carolina has
at -some time in his life been a 4-H
member. Today the program is reach.
Jhg at least .one-fifth of all young
' people in the' State between the ages
of 10 and 20.
The club imotto is -"To Make the
.: Best Better." Theme for Achievement
Week is 'Working Together for
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i it' i i. 3 D ; j t
C.r liovsmt; r f. "Jul twCi, slie
reported, Incra.a t--c"i, crai.uer
riea, T?oce: ;i c'lrus prodiicts, rais
ins, d.-' i pru.- s, ct.lLr; broilers,
fryers, pork, frozen firh filets, can
ned tuna, dry beans, cottage cheese,
dry milk, honey, and nuts.; .
Tiukey producUon Is an "estimated
16 per cent larger tn a year ago.
In addition, more broilers and fryers
will be marketed tills November t-n
for. the same month last year.. Poik
!ao. hps ren tdiad to tie' plentiful
list on Ue basis' of 'the 3.8 .niJlion
head spring pig crop. ,,- -
Grateful Fci Fine v
The' Ways "and1 Means Chairman,
Mrs. B. F. Bray, wishes to thank her
committee, the teachers, parents, and
friends for this wonderful cooperation
in . helping to make the Halloween
Carnival a success -. Also each one
that gave anything for the Auction
Sale," fish pond, or who made ice
cream, candy or cup cakes to be sold.
Everything , warf greatly ' appreciated
and we thank you each and every
, MRS. 6. P. BRAY
Apples Top Food -List
For, Mont Ji.
Apple production this year will be
larger than average for the third con
secutive year- Mrs. .Nina White,
county home demonstration agent for
- the State College Extension Service,
- said this week in listing apples as a
major U. S. Department of AgricuV
s ture plentiful food for the1 Southeast
- Mrs:'1 White -explained that the
.latest estimate is for a crop of 117
; EDENTON, K C. -
Week Day Shows Continuous ,
(From 8:30 -.
Saturday Continuous From 1:30
Sunday 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15
Thursday and Friday, .
. Steve Cochran in
"THE TANKS ARE COMING'.,
? - . ? ;-.-..C ,
Saturday, November 10 .
Roy Rogers in
"SOUTH OF CALIENTE"
Sunday and Monday, .
November 11-12 r
Vera Eten hi ' .
"HAPPY GO LOyELY";
Tuesday and Wednesday, . .
November 13-14 . ..
. Sally Forrest fat .
v Victor Mature in
Friday and Saturday,- ' .
Novembn- 9-10 ' - .' Wi
, ' Johnny We'smuller in ,
"TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD'
i , -iLrzr Zl
Two Shows rch Ni;!.t .
At- 'I 't .
C"?eT L - i! 1 s I- C- 3
. i I.i-v . t l r -akers ,1
Modern Letli Looms ' Snack Bar
FriJay i I -lar-y,
Novr tS-!- , ' .r.; ;,
...J i -J I Uia
-.Zzy, Noveu-ter 11
Sunday visitors with Mrs. Ida Wins
low and family were' Mr. and Mrs. A.
P. Winslow of Norfolk, Va. ?
. Mr.- and Mrs. Bill Winslow and
son, Jarvis of Belvidere, Miss Clarine
Godfrey and Cecil Richardson of Eliz
abeth City, Henry Winslow, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. S tailings and son, Larry.
Mr. and .Mrs. Burton Myers and
son, Gary of Wilmington spent the
week-end with Mrs. Myers' ; mother,
Mrs. J. T. Lane and Elsberry. Mrs,
Myers and son are spending the week
end. : , -:y
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cullipher and
James Milton of Merry Hill spent
Sunday with Mrs. CuUipher's -parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S.'N. 'Ridiick,
: W. T. Emmart of'Smithfield spent
Sunday with Mrs. J.. T. Lane and Els'
berry. He was ' accompanied home
by Mrs..; Emmart and 'son Who had
spent the week with her mother.
Miss Syble Winslow of Washington,
D., C, spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lutaer Wins
low. ", '(''''
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lane, Miss Lu
cille Lane and Mrs. Verna Winslow
visited Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Winslow
and Mr. and Mrs; Van Spivey in Nor
folk, Va., Sunday. V
Mr, and Mrs. Arba Winslow. Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Winslow and son, Arba
Claire, visited Mrs. Worth Winslow
lii Norfolk," Va., Sunday.'
Mr. and Mrs. Archie White, Patricia
and Mary Francis, Miss Pearle White
and Mrs. Ralph White visited Mrs.
Carl ,Yow iind family and Mr.- and
Mrs. Linford Winslow at JBelvidere
Sunday afternoon. -. ,-.r ,
and'Mrs. Elmer Vood, His. W. H. the job quicker and easier T Is the
lI-tt and Kr, mi IIib. J. E. Wood siie suitable? were used to discuss
spent the week-end in Greensborp and each piece. The girls learned names
attended tiie Millie Graham Revivial."
Lt jg Calvin Wilson from Mississip
pi is spending this week with his
parents, MrsV J.? W. Evan of Eden
ton spent Monday .' with Mrs. J. C.
Mrs. O. L. Byrum and Miss Mildred
Byrum "spent the ". week-end .with
friends at. Moyock. i ''V';
'JLeon Elliott, USN, Norfolk, Va
spent the week-end at home.
George Jackson is -attending the
Methodist Conference at Wilmington
this week. .
of new pieces of equipment and uses
for each of them. A bulletin, "Tools
For Food Preparation and Dishwash
ing" was gi ven to each girl. The
contents of this bulletin go into more
detail about each . piece and about
more pieces than the agent was able
to discuss in the limited time.
NOTES ON SOIL CONSERVATION
' W. L. Nelson,' Director, Soil Test
ing Division, N. C, Department of
Agriculture, states that October, No
vember and December is a slack per
iod in the Soil Testing. Laboratory.
Samples received during these months
can be handled promptly and the
farmers will have ample time to buy
the lime and - fertilizer their : soils
will need for spring crops. According
to Mr. Welch, North Carolina farm
ers use more, commercial fertilizers
than any other state; however, a
recent summary of tests shows that
many plant food deficiencies exist
To get the greatest return from fer
tilizer dollars, it is necessary that the
fertilizer analysis be used that w:ll
men were appointed by the president. ' nelp to point, out what nefd-
Quartet Entertains .
Junior Music Club
Letitia McGoogan, Franklin Me
Googan, . Ray v Winslow and Becky
White were ,. hosts to the Hertford
Junior Music Club at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. JF. A. McGoogan. ; - . ; '.
- At the short business meeting, over
which Charley Johnson presided, offi
cers for the ensuing year were install
led bv the Counselor.: Mrs. R M.
Riddick, after which committee chair correct these deficiencies,
Vets' Applications' I tne alowe 'or non-service-conn ect
' Will T8 Rfltrl AWAfl ed- Pen810-! those compensation
mil Ke iteviewea d pBBBhm appuio or caM8
Veterans Administration said It will
review. all applications of veterans
'which have been disallowed or termi
I netted. . . ' ' - .
claiming compensation or pension be-1 Amon veterans covered by the
cause of multiple sclerosis. ( a kindiew hiw are those also covered by
of creeping paralysis) to determine Public Law 28, -82nd Congress, which
whether those not now on the compen
sation roll are entitled to compensa'
tion under a -new law. , ,
established wartime compensation
rates and other rights for veterans
j w)ln nrola An . fliifor All m 'a ft a TiinA
Public Law 174, Tecently signed by
the President, provides that multiple unta years after the President
werw, wvtjioiimg w uegree w gnaU declare the cessation of hostili
10 per cent or more disability wuhin m Korea. '.-..
two years after separation from ser- Peacetime veterans are not covered
vke or July 25, 1947, whichever is the ( by new law. These are veterans
earlier, shair be presumed to be ser- who had no war service or were not in
Vice-connected. , , service on and after June 27, 1950, the
a Applications to be reviewed include beginning of the Korean campaign.
xiviuibxuvuun - on wie urii . luiu
Creek Drainage project- is progress
ing. Approximately three miles of
canals have been constructed to date.
W. W. White has had some ditches
cleaned out with a dragline on his
farm in the New Hope community.
and 12 wearers of the club pin
An interesting musical program
followed, -after which : Halloween re
freshments were served bj the hosts.
Those present : were Linda Bass,
Elizabeth Thach. Lois Hope Howell,
Philip Phillips, Kay Guthrie.- Charley
Johnson. - Deborah Nivon :-- IVanrv
Lane, Becky Cox, Letitia McGoogan,' TRY A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD
Ray Winslow, Becky White. Vi'ki
Johnson, Glennie Myers Betsy" Prake,
Anne Kane, Diane Hollowell, Par
Drake, Franklin McGoogan, George
Winslow, - Mrs. Raymond Winslow. I
Mrs. Jh White, Mrs. rierri-k, Mrs.- F.i
A. McGoogan and Mrs. R. M. Riddick,'
4-H Hub Oirls Study
Devices OfKitchen r
The demonstration' for the 4-H
girls in the month of October was on
small kitchen devices. v Pieces of
equipment, were shown and discussed
Such questions as: Is it easy to use?
Is it easy to clean? Will . it serve
more than one purpose? Will it do
. CHAP AN(KF VV? .
Mis3 Minnie Belle Elliott spent
Wednesday in 'Norfolk, Va. 'V
Miss Louise Wilson of Chowan and
Miss Neta Gulledge of; Greenville,
EC College, were the week-end guests
of Mrs. J. C. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Trueblood
and Mrs. Jack Trueblood of South
Norfolk. Va., ,were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy'. Pierce1 and Mrs.
J. C. Wilson was operated, on last
week for 'appendicitis at the Albe
marle Hospital, and is doing fi.'e af
ter the operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Saunders, Mr.
During the remainder of
1951 I will not observe office,
hours on Wednesdays."
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