-3 T7rrzLY;-Err.TrcsDiciJtJcxr.:LnfA; titzk?, MV-iwsr-i'Tsr"
H'ers Eliminate" "Accident Havens
. ...i crops are begiiining to Com is pollinated by the wind and
ra and when there aw surplus, varieties will mix badly if, not iso-
natea.! iaooage, coiiaros, Kaie ana
broccoli will cross "with each other
if ihey bloom at the same time and
the: question naturally arises,
y canft I- saye my ownjseed for
next year's crop T.rr That's ; goodU0jwill m;Mm!iO0
ei'f ; WiMeht crops4 'must " be
led ;differentlvt The -hortle
savg 91 snap sea ana jipuf jreiji
seel is not recommended because
of erious diseases which are car
ried over on the. seed. Certain
crop's will' cross readily jin the 'field
and' therefore the seed saved "will
not come true to variety.. Contrary
to, the common idea, cucumbers,
muskmelons, squash and watermel
ons will not cross with each oth
er even if planted close together.
.However, different , varieties' of
these crops will ' cross with each
other. Therefore, if. you have more
?" 8eed should ot be .save,d, from
nvunci inm&iqes, cucumoer. muhsjil
or c6tti jaaae these' jJre?fit en
ekrtioi crosses nftd1 "will jfojtk
true ftont 'iid,;At4'ifBv
In "saying vegetable Vaeed itM
very,' important ..ttat,$e plant rm
not the individual pod or fruit In
other words,' save seed from the
best plants having the most uni
form and highest quality crop. For
example, it is a common practice to
save the seed from the largest wa
termelon in the patch. But per
haps that melon was: the only ore
on the vine. It woul have been
than one variety of watermelons In! fa progeliy .wm Bu be hot Beans
your garaen it wouia not oe saie to
save seed. Hot peppers will cross
with sweet peppers, and the resullt
nd tomatoes usually are self-pollinated
so there is no "Sanger of
crossing even if different varieties
better to find a vine with three nr
four rood-sized melons and save
seed from one of those.
tare planted next to one another J reason.
i Women - trade -: with : the weak
nesses and follies of metf not their
j-Nicolas Chamf orfc
jShcp Hnd Save ji-Other litems Reduced
Tliursdsy vfriday - Saturday
;' 46-OZ. CAN ' PET OR CARNATION
ffiC Orangeade Milk
27c 4 te!l czns 54c
UOMc 5 lbs. 59c
, KRAFT'S ' " GWALTNEY'S j
I ',' Mayonnaise v Pure Lrd ...
Pint See 4 lb. cn 49c
1 12', CANS LUPTON'S . T.Y ,
" LB. PKG. PREMIER 1-LB. CELLO KINGAN'S .
p Tea -Franks
: F:tg.2ac , Dag 43c
- Lemons 3 for 10c 5-String Broom 89c
How many hazards can you find?
SAFETY, a'erop to be harvested
,, on every farm and in every home, is
receiving special attention from more
,thaa one-half million 4-H Club mem
bers taking part irt the 1955 National
4-H Safety Program.' .
., . As a part-of their 4-H Club work(
'members in all 48 states are correcting
hatards such as those seen in the
ibove drawing: They are attempting
'to reduce the Nation's annual farm
, toll of 14,500 lives, 1,250,000 injuries,
wd an economic loss of about a
'billion dollars. "
, 4-H'ers, working as individuals or
in groups through their local clubs,
; conduct surveys to locate hazards,
then correct the unsafe conditions,
jT'hey give 'demonstrations on" hun
idreds of topics pertaining to farm,
home and highway safety,; Members
present talks before group meetings
and over radio and television:- put
displays in store windows; and build
booths at fairs, r
To assist the Cooperative Exten
sion Service in conducting th 4-H
Safety Program, General Motors has
S- st published a new "4-H Safety
andbook for Local Leaders," which
provides how-to-do-it ideas for carry
mg out successful, safety programs.
Copies of the manual will be distrib
uted to volunteer 4-H leaders through
County Extension Offices.
In addition', GM provides' incen
tives in the National 4-H Safety.
Awards program which is arranged
by the National Committee on Boys
and Girls Club Work. Medals are
made available to fdui? county win
ners ;:an all-expense, trip to the
Natiohal 4-H Club Congress, in Chi
cago is given to the state winner; and
$300 college scholarships are presented .
to eight national winners. '
la the drawing, , there are more
than 45 accident nasards or unsafe
practices shown. Don't let them occur
on your farm or in your home. .:
The suburbanization of the
United States has become far more
than a matter of home and popula
tion shifts. Statistics show that it
is becoming just as' evident in the
location of new factories, -shopping
facilities and other types of build
ing. ; As a "result, the suburbs are
rapidly acquiring economic' as well
as social characteristics, and be
coming a place to work as well as
rm. t.. fit. -J iiti. 'j i.: . a
t. iiie uienuui ui u)in ueveiujjmeilt
is indicated in new"statistics com
piled jointly by the U. S. Depart
ments of Commerce and Labor giv
ing, the ' first detailed information
of new building construction, .- Un
derlying the trend is a combination ;
about - the geographic ; distribution
of forces including - the rapid
growth of population, congestion of
I cities with attendant traffic and
commuting problems, and the de
centralization tendency in business
ana industry. An important role
also is being played by the mobility
of mortgage and capital funds
made available.for building and ex
pansion purposes by the peopfe's
thrift institutions and other lend
ers. . is
-''StrAkm of New Building ;
The ew construction1 Kfigures
show j thai practically , half ' of all
last year's $16 billions of build
ing permits issued were for con
struction in the suburbs of th Ba
ton's metwpoHtan; areas. ' Twenty IV -
cent more jnwS-mtn- WufiLVB JMfEETS
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politah i bujlding. Thus 'only abobt
30 per cent of the'1954 construc
tion activity took place in the cen
tral cities Of metropolitan districts.
Some of ' the individual figures
are even-more striking "when the
construction totals are broken down
by type of building and location.
For example, more than half of ill
factories built fn the United States
in 1954; in terms of ; construction
costs, were in suburban areas, and
20 per cent more were located out
side metropolitan limits. In fact,
new industrial plants were second
only to housing last year in the de
gree of their concentration in sub
urban commuhities, providing more
and more people with a source of
livelihood in their own locality.
Stores and Office Buildings
Based on dollar valuation of
building permits, more than two
fifths of alt store and mercantile
establishments put up last! year
were in the suburbs, and another
fifth beyond the : metropolitan
fringe., Shopping centers played a
big role here. While office build
ings are still a big city characteris
tlctnore than a quarter of the new
ones: built fh 135,4 were located in
the '.suburbs and", an additional 13
per cent 'were in non-metropolitan
areas. 5 i f " i f . v ' v ..''-'..''' V ,
Keep Chickens On
Full Feed In Summer
During this hot weather, an all
out effort should be made to keep
chickens on full. feed.
' Why V" Dr. R. S. Dearstyne of
the State College poultry science
department says that a chicken to
live, grow, and perform properly,
must have a constant intake, of
foart - , '
WhacanN the ; Joultryman-? flo
about the lag 'iA appetite of his
chickens durur g extremely warm
weather? Fresh mash is one im
portant thing,-' Chickens eat more
freely of fresh ' mash . than thai
which accumulates in. the hoppers
Feed goes stale very rapRT. in
hot weather.' Ui. "r stich condi1
tions, replenishing the feed daily
should - stimulate the appetites of
the birds and aid in a greater and
more uniform consumption of mash,
Dearstyne says. ". This aids growth
and should give a greater distribu
tion ' of erg "iro ' iUon -Only
Man With Assault V-
David Eitchey,' 19-year-old Ma
rlne, was arrested by Police Offi
cers M. G. Owens and W. F. Tar
kenton Tuesday night on charges
of destruction of property, assault
with a deadly weapon and carrying
a concealed-weapon. , , V
Bitchey, according to! the police,
Was standing in front f the State
Theatre when a car driven hy Bich;
a'rd. Dtvine passedi? Jlitckeyislt M
allegea threw n Object at the .-De-vine
car, breaking a glass-in the.
auto.- Devine'stopped and :then was;
accosted by Jtitchey with a revol
er. After leaving the scene Ritchey
was arrested at 32 Chnrch Street.
He,. will be given a hearing in Re
corder's Court next Tuesday.
. "i in , i i i lin - ij i 1 1 i )'' '
' Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Brewer
and family of Tallahassee, Fla.,
will arrive Sunday to spend some
ttme with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Quincy. , , v ; V
Winf all News
--Mrs. William Corp re w of Nor
folk, Va., is spending some time
with Mrs. S. W. Nowell, Sr. ,'
Miss Hattie Pearl Nowell of Nor
folk, Va., and Mr. and Mrs; C. E.
Twine spent , the week-end -; with
Mrs. J. W. ; NowellL Sr. s Mr. andf
Mrs. R. M. Munden and daoghten
Frances and Mrs. E.; A. Twine' of
Suffolk, Va., spent Sunday with
Mrs. Nowell. .- ' . - i-A'x.
Claude Moore Is confined to his
home due to illness. L- . ; -jt ii
Miss Janie Williams is on the
sick list this week.
W. F. Morgan is improving after
being sick for the past twq weeks.
Mrs. W. G.. Hollowell has re
turned from .Nags Head after
spending two weeks vacation. She
had as her guests Mr- nnd Mrs.
J. W. Byrum .and children, Karen
Marie and Wesley of Charlotte, and
Mrs. E. L. Bailey of Elizabeth
City. Mrs. E. L. Bailey and son,
Elbert, Jr. spent . the week-end.
Mr. and Mrsi A. R. Winslow had
as their guests last . week at Kill
Devil Hills at their cottage Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Cox , and daughters Susan
and Pam and Mrs. J. H. Baker.
( Mr. and Mrs.; E. J. Roberson are
the proud parents of a, baby, boy
born July 16 at the. Albemarle Hos
pital, Elizabeth City. Mrs. Bober
son was formerly Miss Nonie Lou
Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Johnnie'. W, Lane.
devotional tisffig tthf JlSrd "lkJV1t MnpTaniiedto ha ve"the" annual
fcllowed"witli prayer. fTbe'secr' picnic in August Plans were also
fsry, Mrs. Willie Lamb, read the . mad for Fanners' Day in August.
Mrs. J. P. Chesson, Sr, and Mrs.
minutes which were,' approved and
a t ii". .. ..tt i ;S:f.. ' " "X.
cauiea xne fou'wiw xx -maneni perry nportB. Mrs.
and 4 visitors 'presertfc Carrel! William, nv. an artirl
Both old and ew business was titled "Apples in an Appealing
discussed ahd during the discussion ! Way' In the absence of Miss
3. Perry and Mrs. J. - P. jCh? ?
Jr., gave a demonstration 04 "V.
Dresoed at a Small Ccf
The meeting adjourned with a
repeating the collect in unison.
Dnrinp t.ha anrial hour h lift it.
tess served refreshments. , , -' ,
it The Beech Spring Home Demon
stration Club held ifsjf; regular
niOnthly, meeting- recently : with
Mrs. C. W. Reed. , v"-
Mrs. Joe Layden, president, pre
sided over, the meeting,' beginning
with all Singing - "America The
Be'autiful." Mrs.- Reed gave the
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