Negro Formers Seek
More Postures. Cows
Kegro farmers of the Jones Chape
community, Rockingham county,
t-.ave decided to seed more perma
nent pastures and obtain more dai- j
ry animals in order to improve their j
farming system, reports T. D. Wil- 1
liamson, Negro county agent for the !
State College Extension Service.
"Hie group held a meeting recent- j
ly, at which rime the county agent'
dis>cusr**d the corn and pasture sit
uation from 1890 up to the present i
time. Charts and slides wer*4 used to '
Illustrate the points presented.
The farmers agreed that "the most
important things we need in this 1
community now are good pastures
and mdre dairy animals - ? ei'her
graces- or purebreds." A committee
was *et up to work out plans for
reaching these objectives.
Another committee was appoint
ed for the purpose of promoting a
corn production program in the com
munity. An effort will be made to
pet a large number of farmers to trv
for membership in the State 300- j
Buchel Corn Club.
Hoxe demonstration club mem
bers of the community met at the
ea me time to make plans for The
year. Suhiecr? discussed included
canning budgets and making of
A rerujar part of the work of the
Bureau of Agricultural Economies is
to find out what farmers get fr>r
their cornrooditles and how rnfoh
the eor.tfuiner pays at the retail
store. , ?
Small Fruits Offer
Crowing of smaii fruity offers Nor j
rh Carolina farm families a "'golden!
opportunity" 10 improve their diets!
and obtain extra income from their
land, says H. R. Niswonger, in char
ge of horticulture extension at State
Niswonger says only a small pro
portion of farm families are now
growing such crops as strawberries,
dewberries, blueberries, and raspber
ries. All of these except raspberries,
which do be$t in the mountains, can
be grown In almost every section
of the'State. Muscadine grapes, best'
adapted to non-mountainous areas,'
and bunch grapes, which can be
grown in all section, al.-*> offer goo<i
Small fruits will enable familie>
to enjoy jams, jellies, and juices foi
everyday use and will aid greatly
in bainncing the diet, the horticul
. ??? '. . ? . J
If labor is available, suitably lo
cared families may sell their fruits
through a roadside market and thus
develop a new source of farm income
Ntswongipr points out. Or the fruits,
along with vegetables, flowers, poul
try and dairy products, may be sold
through curb markets which are lo
cated in many tbwns and cities. Fam
I Hies growing all of the fruit's, in
cluding grapes, will have produce to
market in succession from early sum
mer to early autumn.
Another possibility is offered by
freezer locker plants located all over
1 North Carolina, asserts Nlswonger.
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These plants enable farm families to
freeze their surplus production for
use during periods when fresh fruit j
is not available. Managers of locker;
plants are anxious to buy locaily I
grown strawberries, dewberries, and
raspberries in order to freeze them j
for their city patrons. Many city !
housew ives, however, like to do their \
own preparing or use the berries for
Joy Theatre Lists
Picture schedule for the first two
weeks of the new Joy Theatre was
i released this week.
Betty Grable in "The Beautiful'
Hlonde from Bashful Bend" js to be
>howh at the opening performance
Wednesday and Thursday, June 1
"The Younger Brothers", a snory
of the outlaw heroes of the West,
will be shown on June 3 and 4.
On June 6 and 7, Joy Theatre will
present "Mr. Belvedere Goes to Col
lege." Stars are Shirley Temple and
"Streets of Laredo," starring Wil
liam Bendix, is scheduled for June
8 and 9. Next showing will be "City
Across The River" on June 10 and 11.
On June 15 and 16 Joy Theatre will
present Loretta Young and Van
Johnson in "Mother is a Freshman."
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