i 3 r
" 1 T
II I - . gwM" - m, -
Question: When shoulif broceoli be
planted T , , f . ,
Answer:' Dr. Fred ID. Cochran, pro-
feasor of horticulture at State Ool
lege, says broccoli la a cool-season
crep and must be produced hv the
spring or the fall. However, it is
somewhat like cauliflower in cold
. hardiness and. 'will be damaged by
heavy freezes. :v
. - In eastern North Carolina, broccoli
should be grown between late 'Febru
ary and early June, or between July
- and December in the fall. In mountain
areas the spring crop should be put in
fihe field in late- March and harvested
- in June and early July. The fall crop
should be planted in late June and
harvested in October and early No-
.. vembeiv - : -yir
Early-maturing varieties should be
used. The two most satisfactory are
Early Green Sprouting and Do Cicoo. ,
Tests by the North Carolina Experi
ment Station ' show , a definite', need
for adding boron to the fertilizer be
fore planting, since : f "deficiency of
boron greatly reduces the yield. Appli
cations of 10 to 20 pounds of borax
per acre have given excellent results.
Question: How does North Carolina
rank in rural telephone service? ; ;
Answer: Preliminary data from the
1950 census indicate that only one
o ier state -Mississippi ranks lower
than North Carolina in per cent of
farms having telephone service. As
of April 1, I960, only 23,347 farms in
the Tar Heel State, or 8.1 per cent of
the total, had telephone service. The
per cent in' Mississippi was 6.5. In
South Carolina it was 6.6 and in Vir
ginia, 23.7. "
PLANNING TO PAINT
Why not protect and
renew them with ATHEVS r
durable, high quality - r
BE SURE TO USE toecm.atheymintco.
BALTIMORE 30, MO.
WAGON & IMPLEMENT
HERTFORD HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.
"TRADE HERE AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE"
"HERTFORD, N. C.
HOG KILLING SUPPLIES
' It's hog killing time again, and we are well supplied
with items you will need to preserve your meats. We
suggest you check these items for your heeds ; .-.
. Sugar Cure
' Lard -Presses
V 'i''-'-': i-i: 4V''-'." : . ' .
" Tender Quick
'- Liquid ' Smoke ' ; , .
Anti-Skipper Ckimjpound , .
"... . ' .. . t : ' , ' : -
Use care in butchering to prevent loss of your; meats
See us. for the best supplies, and be ready to prepare
your meat for safekeeping.
- y. .sr- .. - -
fc..- - rTTT,'' , r : 11 -
i t J x
Day In Day Oat It's BELK-TYLER'S For Batter Valu
- linn i mil nninrr.i
-' . ..f Mil I I I 111 I UHITLII ;
XJ5?ss: 3 . nitf lwtTCT txt '
Full hems, standard rise.- A I H 1 1 - " II ' I
A good $2.29 VALUE for 1L O U- L
Matching Cases AZc
CAN N O N pacific?. TRUTH
SHEET S SHEET
72 x 99
$2.59 value --$2.79
$2J9 value -$2.98
CASES, regular 69c now. 59c -
"Trade Here and Bank the Dijjerendf
PHONE. ?46i HERTFORD, M. C
72x99 $2.49 value now $2.19
; -72 x 108 r $2.69 value now $2.33
81 x 99 $2.69 valued now $2.39
81 x 108 $2.89 value now $2.59
CASES, regular 65c now 53c v
?5ft. - Doubles and Singles ,.
4ZXl ' CII'1-X1'. T 1 '-
, t oiignuy irregulars
I RFnS PREAnS
js.Yf . H wm 'W ' m m mm mm mw w
V; . 'Full'Bize, white and K
pastel colons of a Vv ":
: - .... - . . v.-
455160 Gang Sheer Nylona of a
$1.25 VALUE MS . ,
n tii t nil ir i a
. Heavy quality . . - fast absorb-
aney .'. . colorful and fluffy . . . e ;
wonderful VALUE t ! !
Women's Cotton and Rayon
, Sizes M to 44, Lace trim white .and tea rose. All
$2.59 VALUES t. ! 7 ,
Regular 69c VALIJEExtra. Large
Crisp, frothy white organdy with enchanting warmth for i!l 1
- long. Good onaliftr, sheer, permanent finish to stay frc ' r
. after many washings. JVide. ruffled borders. " '
Women's Fins '
1 J ' i
(I v j A Good t5.9i VALUE. IAfciz
t LJ Tastei eoIors-JGmt'CiraAIXSl r ' ;,
Fine 7c v-nrji c.--.:::
Largo Double Bed f-e. iUL. . LI.! C-ra, r: r
Lavendart A Real RAJ ,111 .
Cil ,1 ti i newly nvintel f f ; . .V
i-r-"y cxSed yams V"j tor