H. Y. Belk?
I AND HIS NEWS OF NEBO VALLEY
I was very sorry I didn't get to
attend Grace church dedication
the first Sunday. I would of loved
to have heard Rev. jU B. Aberna
thy preach. He taught me In his
classroom at Rutherfordton Col
lege. I was at his wedding when
he married one of my school
mates, Miss Walker. A grand old
man is Professor Abernathy. He
is the only living teacher that
ever taught me. He is past 84 but
young in spirit. Only three boys,
all professors: W. E., L. B. and
A. T. Preachers too. So was fath
er R. L. Abernathy.
Another one of North Carolina's
great heroes has passed on to
the Unknown Clime. Brother Bui
winkle. We are sad at his pass
ing. We shall miss him all over
If I say anything in my broad
cast you don't reHsh, don't go tel
ling the other fellow* Come tell
me- Thank you.
There is a world wide conspir
acy to put over International So
cialism. Brethren, its high time
our people awake to the danger.
That's why we begin a World's
' We wonder j
'jfr ' V* what's, on the;
Moscow mind !
seems to I
in lots of people j
alt over the
world with a I
to fight for i
the spread of j
this damnibie i
Communism. We Americans are
being sent all over the globe to
fight against spreading hell born
stuff, while Moscow with her 7
million of slaves hang around
Joe's shirtail and grows strong
er. It's a fool fight for Free De- i
mocracy. Just because we are
feeding the outside world and j
clothing their naked backs is no j
reason they will ever accept our
Free Democracy. Did Russia ac- j
cept our gifts when Germany was
beating hell out of Moscow? Joe
Stalin got on his knees and fool
led Uncle Sam o.ut of a million
STAR or STAGE, SCREEN AND TELEVISION
?AS AN ACTOR, ( RELY
ON MY VOICE. I SMOKE
CAMELS. THE 30-DAY
MILDNESS TEST PROVED
THEY AGREE WITH r\
CAMELS ARC SO MILD tkat in ? cMiMt-<oait i?t
?( bvndradt of man and waman who smakod Comal* ?
ond only Camal? ? far 30 days, natad Artal ipacldiilt,
making waakly axaminatiant, raparlad
Not one single cose cf throat irritation
Cheertcine is in tune
with the American taste!
Keep a supply at
Buy a 6-Bottle carton or
a case today!
You've heard about It! You've
read about HI But do you
know from experience how truly
delicious CHEER WINE Is?
There's' nor other beverage like
It In all the world! Qreat for
the kiddies, too!
in war materia. s. We. they, were
afraid to try to plead with Dear
Joe to. restore the loot he half
>vay stole. Now he's fighting for
more. Go to hell Joe. We Ameri
cans must teach other nations
that we are fighting for a free
Democracy for the world. The
Better Way of Life for all enslav
ed people. Are we trying to con
vince other nations that the De
mocratic system is best for all
mankind? We should examine
that system of better living very
carefully tq keep it Democratic.
So many people have never
known nothing but despotism of
one form or another. Its hard to
convince inbred heathens to our
Better Way of Life. It will take
a lot of human sacrifice and
blood to ever make . the wOrld
safe for Democracy.
I was Just meditating about
how smart people are getting.
They can lorecast how many
will get knocked , off on Labor
Day. Waybefore Labor Day gets
here. I just wonder why they
could tell .that 24 would be
knocked off on the highways of
N. C. on Labor Day. They didn't
giye the names of a!! these who
were to be salted aw&y. I don't
see nothing so nice about getting
killed in a rattle trap made of
scrape iron. That's the last big
time you'll have on the ground.
I sure won't get killed off on orie
of these big days. You Wouldn't
have the Nebo news to fuss over.
It gets my goat. When 1 remem
ber all those folks could stay
home and go fishing and not he
brought in dead. Ain't no good in
a dead man, 'cause he's gone a
long- time. Who knows where.
One thing sure, he or she, fit
those who kick the bucket don't
get back to molest the living. Its
a fool business sailing out over
the highway just to beat the oth
er fellow. If yoti will drive your
trap like the Devil wants you
too, I'll be darned if you don't
soon be with Old Satan. He will
welcome all and he don't live in
Moscow. He couldn t stand old
Joe. Dead 565. Oh Well!
Our Ship of State is on the Sea
of Socilaism and from what Rus
sia says it would seem that hell
is just around the bloody corn
er. Better wake up Harry, some
ch. Better look before you leap,
Joe's on the war-path.
A correction in my article some
weeks ago. What I said about
Presidents, the paragraph con
cerning Harrison should have
read: Benjamin Harrison and
William Henry Harrison were
grandfather and grandson, and
both became Presidents. Wll
liam Henry Harrison died 30 days
after taking the oath of office for !
President. As Franklin D. once j
said, the Lord planned it that
way. Why should we call the
New Deal the Emergency Party.
We have been in one emergency
after another since the first
World War, emerging to get in a
biggei- war. A war that will
$300 with 280-gal tank
. Plus State Tax
Cheshire & Patterson
PATTERSON OIL CO.
City St. Phone 22
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Sunrise Milk Is packed In PURE-PAK cartons for extra
Sunrise Milk comes from your farmer neighbor
Sunrise Milk is FRESH Everyday
Ask for SUNRISE MILK
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Gastonia. N. C.
Dairy Show Set
? Southeastern North Carolina
wil hold its first annual District
Junior Dair> Cattle Show at Wil
-mington on October 1213, it was
i announced this week by J. A. A
;.rey, in charge of dairy work for
! the State College Extension Ser
Boys and girls of 19 counties I
| will be eligible to enter animals'
fat the event The counties are,
Bladen; Brorlwick, Careret, Col.
i umbus, Craven, Cumberland, Du
| plin, Harnett, Ho ke, Jones, Lenoir
I New Hanover, Onslow, Pamlico,
Pender, Robeson, Sampson, Scot
land, and Wayne.
All breeds of registered dairy j
cattle may be shown, but no
bulls may be entered. Only two
classes of grade cattle -will be ad
mitted ? six to 12 months and
i 12 to 24 months of age. The grade
j anjmals should , show definite
; characteristics of one dairy breed.
The Danish system of judging
j will be used. Ribbons will be a
| warded following ihe judging
of each class.
Ail animals should- be in the
show barns by 5 p: m. Thursday,
October 12. Purebred animals!
.must be registered in the name
1 of the exhibitor or his parent or i
! guardian, and in all cases the ex
hibitor must have personally fit
ted and cared for tJie animal 30
i or more dciys prior to the show, j
' No exhibitor may enter more f
| than two animals, nor shall the i
! exhibitors ftom any one family'
for institution enter "more than
Further information may be ?b
i tained from farm agents in the
| counties concerned. j
spread far arid near.
An honest man is the noblest
work of God. A lying rascal .is
the Devil's greatest churn. I'll pay
you Saturday. Why he knows he
! is a liar from the beginning. I
| hope I learn better soon, but they
] say it si clever and kind-hearted, j
! you know they can't lie, but you j
wait a week or just two. I be
darned if you don't change your J
mind. Beat and beat until is is
no crime. They may beat me|
right on, but ye I'm going to
Tgsr awhile before Tftey m tt~m rr
| gain. When you loan these
bums money rhey become your
enemies. We buy their ingrati
tude. Don't come to me seeking
a loan. Go to the bank and run
your face. You can get what you
want, if you want it bad enough
to pay it back. An honest man,
I repeat, is the noblest work of
God, but they are not -so few. Lots
of honest women, you may find.
We just can't end this session's
broadcast without appealing to
our readers to ask why the Re
publicans mental telepathy has
been working backwards for
more than 18 years. I want Mr.
Harry Truman to explain this to
us. For the average person Js
stumps. A nice man with more
understanding asked me, Do
Democrats cause wars? I said
| yes. Republicans don't have a
j chance. Are all Democrats sap
| heads? I said no Are all Repub
| licans? I said no. Dewey was a i
great manover New York. The
| Baptists love water, but not. to
sprinkle on ? too slow a way.
Presbyterians love money In a
bag. The yhold on. Methodists,
the ylove chicken and all kinds
of fowl. Turkey tbo. .
They tell us President Harry
Truman starts his day's work a
round 4:30 a. m. I knew there
must be something wrong with
that Job. So few ever tried to get
it. Women got better sense than
| to want it.
An Autumn in .the breeze,
I love the Autumn crispy,
Cool frosted kissed morns,
I love its soft evening haze,
That the landscape drapes,
Of its ripening fruits, ? .
j I love the passenger flight.
! Of the birds as they fly south
jl love its sunset mellowed gold,
i Painting beauty no artist
Hand can ever scroll,
I love its fireside cheerful even
j With all the Autumn cooling,
jSodthing peace 1 know.
The Ladino clover from one ac- ]
re contains twice as much phos
phate and calcium and more
than three times as much potash
as does the lespedeza from one
acre, say scientists of the North
Carolina Experiment Station.
Live At Home I
By Henry Dameton
Hay and pasture go hand In J
hand in a good livestock pro !
gram. First emphasis should go j
to permanent pasture, but the j
need of producing an abundance 1
of good legume hay should not |
be overlooked, Lespede"/.a has |
been our main hay crop. and
still should remain the source of j
much of our hay.
With the addition of more cat- j
tie to the farms, there is a need I
for hay crops that will produce I
higher yields than lesJVdeza. Al
falfa has proven, so far, to be the j
best legume to give high yields !
and, ai the same time, a high
quality legume hay. Alfalfa, giv
en proper treatment, will yield
belter than three tons of hay per
acre each year. This high yield
will cut'down the number of ac
res i.eeded for hay crops, allow !
ing land for other Crops.
In seeding alfalfa, a little ex- >
tra time should be taken in pre- !
paring the seedbed to have a well I
pulverized, but firm seedbed. Al I
faifa should be sewn on land that !
has good drainage, and With a '
high level of fertility.
Lime is required on all of the
soils! in Cleveland Co n n i y for'
grading alfalfa. 1 1/2 to , 2 tons
per acre should be sufficient on
most soils. In addition to the
lime a heavy application of ma
nure would be helplul. 700 to
1,000 !bs. or 2-12 12 fertilizer with
borax added should be applied
to the land prior to or' at time of [
'Before sowing the seed, be sure
that the fertilizer, lime and ma
nure are mixed thoroughly in the
soil and the land is as smooth as
possible. Then linishing touches
may be made with a cultipacker
or a harrow and a log. Once the
seedbed is prepared, sow about
30 lbs. of seed per acre, covering
with a cultipacker or harrowing
it lightly with a drag .farrow. In
noculation of alfalfa is neces
s-ary. Failure to innoculate may
mean a. complete failure.
Wake County's 1950 turkey crop
will be only about one-fourth as
large as its 1949 crop, according
to estimates by L. W. Herrick, Jr.
turkey specialist for the State
College Extension Service.
We Fill any Doctor*1 Pre
KitptiMS promptly and
accurately at reasonable
price* with the confidence
of your physician.
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Phones 41 ? 81
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PETKRBORjlHJtlll, N. II. ? Two
registered Oucrnsfy cow's, owned
by Nyisler Mills, ?mc., Kings
Mountain, N. C? have completed
official Advanced "Register rec
ords that were supervised by the
North Carolina State College and
I reported to The American Guern
sey Cattle Club for approval and
On three time* daily milking
for a ten-month period, Archdale
Maxim's Ideal Ann produced 10.
727 pounds of milk and 562 '
pounds of buttecfat, starting her
record as a senior 3-year-old. ? j.
As a senior 2-year-old on three
times daily milking for a ten
month period, Archdale Maxim's
Ideal Louise produced 9,30(5
pounds of milk and 500 pounds of
Both of these cows arc the dau
ghters of the registered Guernsey
sire, Trax let's Ideal's Commando,
that has six daughters in 'be Per ;
formance Register of The Amer
ican Guernsey Cattle Club.
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More than 200, 0(H) forest, woods
and range fires occur in the Uni- '
ted States each year
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