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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 22, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Monday january 22, 19 Lotus High Point Enterprise i. Writ Center of h High Point North Carolina Fuge nine news of interest to Farmers Quot a it on Vici by Root. Ripley North Carolina wheat growers take advantage educational shot courses of Federal crop insurance 202 take policies panne for committeemen Davidson. Randolph ? scr i in la livestock champions College station. Hal a a Kich Jan. 22.�?two Hundred j and two North Carolina wheat blowers have taken out crop in Suranee on 2,010 acres of wheat for 1940, it was announced today Liy e. Y. Floyd aaa executive officer of state College who is handling the applications for the Federal crop insurance corporation. The growers have paid in 1,005 bushels of wheat As premiums to in Yire the production of 20.132 bushels he stated. First time a ail Ahlf this is the first year that Federal crop insurance has been available to North Carolina Farmers. However it has proven successful and of vast Benefit to producers in other sections of the i country. North Carolina Farmers in 11 counties have availed themselves of the insurance for 1940. In Yadkin county i growers have insured 6,950 bushels on 702 at res. Paying premiums of 351 bushels. Other counties in the order of the number of applications Are As follows Davidson. 29 policies on 2,938 bushels. 288 acres and 144 bushels in premiums Rowan. 23 Farmers insured 4.371 bushels on 432 acres with 216 bushels in premiums Guilford 13 Farmers insured 787 bushels on 70 acres with 35 bushels in premiums stanly 7 growers insured 1,134 bushels on 120 acres with 60 bushels in premiums Maex in it a Wmk ill Randolph 7 growers insured i 406 bushels on 132 acres with 66 bushels in premiums Davie 6 glowers insured 90 4 bushels on 98 acres with 49 bushels in premiums Lincoln 5 growers insured 764 bushels on 76 acres with 38 bushels in premiums Cabarrus 3 growers 4 42 bushels on 50 acres with 25 bushels in premiums Iredell on grower. 261 bushels on 26 set res with 13 bushels in premiums and Forsyth one grower 172 bushels on 16 acres with 8 bushels in premiums. White rocks make farm successful Newland. Jan. 2 2.�? Gurney j. Franklin a unit demonstration Fanner of the Linville Falls Community in Avery county is finding that a flock of Good purebred White rocks is a profitable farm Enterprise reports assistant farm agent j. E. Fenland starting with 121 Birds at the beginning of 1939, he increased his flock during the 12 months to 20 4. From these layers he sold $39 4.4 4 Worth of eggs. In addition he grossed $192.94 front the Sale of broilers fryers and older hens. His expenses including the Cost of Chicks amounted to $454.79, leaving him a net profit for the year of $215.59. Curtailment Weed acreage promotes Iive at Home plan f Nashville Jan 22�? curtailment of the 1940 tobacco acreage is causing Nash county growers to make definite strides towards a Fuller live at Monte program says farm agent h. A Alphin. A Large number of Farmers have indicated that they intend to Plant within their allotments and raise the meat needed on their farms. There also seems to be a revival of interest in Cotton in View of the huge tobacco surplus. Agent Alphin reported that rapid Progress is being made in the preparation of tobacco Plant a a 4 favourable Nill Aticy Calesa the Market is rushed the Sweet potato situation in Eastern North Carolina should remain favourable says l. F. Watson Horticulturist of the state College Extension service College station. Raleigh Jan. 22. A e. V Floyd. Aaa executive officer of state College announces that a series of educational Short courses for i up a a committeemen will i he a throughout the state stat link today. The meetings Are designed to familiarise the committeemen More thoroughly Quot the the 1940 farm program. There Are 4,700 aaa committeemen in no Seth Carolina. The schedule Fen monday Calls for meetings in Beaufort. Wilson Orange wok Randolph Gaston and in tend counties. Other meetings ihi1 week will be As follows a i Uez Day. Set cud meetings in menu att Wilson Wake Randolph it Hertford counties met lugs in humps Niani and Martin her tie Jones a Fri Ville stanly. Do Viart i to thursday Vav Coin til Inis. Vane Anion and Aud first in Durham wednesday. Loon Iran Iredell and a Iii Jones it in Mary Davie Day. To a a person. Lincoln i Hyde Pun c la a i b i. R Cleveland Floyd in Iii the hts fug the v. To Febri i taking a in Wake vie Adga the follow i specialists entry Jot k Bia i n is Wolt like wisc Wilson. Joc fish person tin Hoke to will include afer Forest Dairyman l cell turd an Maceo tension j. Sud Oke Fri. Craven Columbus Ore Rockingham ii Hoke saturday Leo. Bladen person Rockingham and i that other counties a Vij i lie covered Dur of january 29 and it in the discussions Only Randolph Dari counties will be f excision service w. Graeber. For a. Arey. Dairying agronomy and h. A horticulture the programs in Sampson. Coluni Rockingham Mardi Hertford counties a Alks by w. J. Barer a. C. Kimrey l p. Watson Horti Rel l. T. Weeks to Alist All of the sex ride weekly feed Market news the res boys who conducted outstanding 4-h club livestock projects for the year 193 1 in Ortli Carolina Are shown above. To the top is Way Aire of Haywood county with a colonel a one of lie two baby beef animals he exhibited at county District and mate fairs. Felt it mists a pure bred Bull and a pure bred half it. Below on the left is Joe Sanderson of a Ayne county the swims Champion and on the right is Milton Thomas of How an minty who had the Hest Dairy calf project. Each of the three 4-h Merlh is will receive a one year scholarship to state College from funds donated by the North Carolina t no ton seed crushers is Ion. If Ltd it bar Navy wrecking farm boys club new Bern Jan. A i Iii it Sam s nary is playing havoc with the t Ore City service club an organization Coni mgt sed of older farm y oui ii Craven county reports As taut i Arm agent Paul Cox. The older farm boys seems have acquired a yen a see tin world Quot and Many Are joining the i. S. Navy. As a result the ranks of the club have in Reaser brim l is selective thinning of Timber amid or the taking out of undesirable Trees it mean increased profits for the a Riser. Is p Vav. Graeber Extension forester at state College in Daft to get up one Poult try Man easy Start e Chicks a Good Start and if the most difficult parts of by production will he Over F. Parrish Extension Poul state College. Mimmi slowly hot surely depleted. Vow agent Cox say a membership drive will have to by started to till the t attend places. A i. Eig ii. Jan ii milled i markets declined dining the a week and High protein feeds Aho a sold at lower prices according to the S. And North Carolina Dot a payments of agriculture it a the j weekly Market news to a Rvl c re i View. The Index quintet of wholesale feedstuff prices declined to 121 i j compared with 125,4 Las wee land 105.4 for the pm in Spon Dlug week a year ago. Colder weather brought creased feeding reel ii i it agents t. Ing the past week hut purchases at Southeast sets were not Ash abetted. Peanut Millers Jonm i actively interested i Farmers Stock Pean o a a j make extra Large and i is fully firm for Vin Type. Meanwhile Mil ing for Best jumbos it few 4 35 cents and of v i 3 \ to 4 cents per y. Finished goods Mark stronger with extra Diu Nih and number it by firm. North cat Olina s a received a wide a i during the past we a a ported in Detroit Chi Burgh and Newyl Ork f in the period held and at the close v. 4 a it Picans were quoted 1.40 to 1.50 a Erat 1.45 to 1.50 per a land i 15 to i 25 Pittsburgh and i 4 new York. Farm prices of North Carolina Rill at the period close. For Curr cents be Marks the week Chicago la Ting i8v i Detroit a clerk no Ket in t crate in a grades in the Raleigh area were fully sustained and there was a stronger undertone to trading As the result of lighter receipts. For eggs candles and graded in Raleigh produces received 25 cents a dozen for u. S. Extra Large Whites 2 3 cents for u. S. Extra medium 22 for l. Standards Large and 18 cents for u. S. Trades. For nearby ungraded Hennery Whites producers received 23 cents and it collections 20 to 21 dozen this week. Of livestock during ire rather erratic at Ely because of Snow j storms icy roads and sub Zero temperatures and prices were die fated largely by varying Supply i figures. Early in the week All classes of fat cattle sold actively Choice and prime steers gaining at least 25 cents Only to lose most of the i turn late in the period. However All representative weights of beef steers eligible to Chile and prime grading closed Strong while others were on the weak Side of the Price list. Hog prices followed a comparable to end Selling sharply higher monday and then losing the betterment. Fat lambs closed Strong to a 15 cents higher than late last week Best lambs making 9.10 to All interests thursday. Prime steers reached 12.15 on the bulge highest since june. The Fayetteville Kinston and Rocky mount hog markets ruled irregular this week but at the close tops for Good and Choice ii to 210 Pound weights were it higher in Kinston and Rocky mount at 5.60 and 25 cents up at 5.70 in Fayetteville Conser veral progressive Here s Why he s Prospect for president. Burton Wheeler veterinarians hold meeting administrators notice the undersigned having qualified a administrator of the estate of mrs Lou Haney deceased late of Guilford county. North Carolina this is to notify All persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 2nd Day it of january 1941. Or this notice will he pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate Al please make immediate payment to the undersigned. Tills the 30th Day of december. 1939 j t Carruthers. In. Administrator. Security Bank building circe Nebr of n 1-1-8-15-22-29�?2-6 notice or Sale in the Superior court North Carolina Guilford county Guilford county is. A a. Barker j. D Brame for High Point insurance a real estate co., and High Point insurance a real estate Cor Boyce and wife. Claire h. Boyce. Under and by virtue of an order made and entered in an action in the Superior court of Guilford county. North Carolina entitled Guilford county is a a Barker it Al. The undersigned commissioner will. On the 5th Day of february. 1940. At 12 00 o clock noon at the East door of the court House in Greensboro. N. A. Sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash subject to the confirmation of the court. The property hereinafter described located in High Point township. Guilford county n cd a and More particularly described a follows being lot 22 in Block l of Willow bar ten Ace a map of same having been recorded in the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county n c., in Book 4, Page 212, to which reference la made for a full description this the 5th Day of january. 1940 l j Fisher. Or commissioner. J�?-15-22-zw democratic dark hoi Burton k. Wheeler of Montana might get the nomination for the presidency if the party j should split badly Between conservative and progressive wings. Heres a Brief sketch of the career that has brought the Montana senator to i present advantageous position by Willis tik Hinton Burton Kendall Wheeler is i John Lewis Choice As principal speaker at the United mine workers convention at Columbus. January 28. Only a few weeks ago he was similarly chosen As a speaker by the National Assoc a Tion of manufacturer. Which indicate Why Wheeler i is one of those mentioned for the i democratic presidential nomination. For Many years a fighting Liberal. Wheeler has become Politi Call a progressive a or you might say. A conserved. He is i past caring about tags but he is annoyed when attacked As having a gone a let them look at the record a a he challenges. A i was fighting the i Copper Trust when some of these Fellows were being pinned into their clothes. I was running with Boh la Follette when some of today s great liberals were w hooping it up for John a. Davis. I was a progressive then. I still Wheeler was stricken off Many liberals lists when he bucked the supreme court a packing Quot plan. In Eib omes Hack Baa Han Dia a the country knows Wheeler As from Montana. But anyone who Calls it Mon Tanner must have new England blood. Wheeler has born in Massachusetts in 1882, he was one of eight children. He a got six himself. As a Young Man he went West studied at the h University of Michigan. A it a Book agent he tried to peddle a Cook Hook to a Young Illinois woman. Lula White and they were married. She a not a i Tive politically in the capital. Though she helps out plenty in Montana mid he regards her adj vice As Grade a. Landing in Butte Montana a i Tough mining town Wheeler triumphed Over the Handicap of his Back Bay accent. He fought ills Way to the top As a Young lawyer. A made All his Money beating the Copper companies in Law-1 heeler of Lunt Siaa a Hegi Lah Quot i he went to the stale legislature senator Wheeler and his daughter Marion As a a a regular party Man but soon kicked Over Tho traces Aud has been More or less a political Maverick since. Appointed i Defeated attempt to a get Quot him his youngest dam District attorney after the War. Horn during Tho 192 4 lie ran smack into the wave of. A i most Ai the same n ant Radical delirium. A jury was. A a a Quinin charges of misusing by a Hen lie Quot refused to prosecute j 0ffjce to represent inti a a Washington. It a wobble so just for being iwo. Or Send Farmers to jail because they were demanding higher prices Wheeler a denounced As a bolshevik. He lost oui in a race for gov a i heeler error but took the next Chance j Wheeler i at the Senate won and has been there three terms. Last time. Lie got 73 per cent of the vote carried every City and every county in Montana. Opponents Call it the a Wheeler fort to a a get him nor physical int in jeering reproach foe his Liberal Friend his of o of his presidential will file for the sen can t miss if he rut to figure in debate an isolationist. In the a in a never going Lan american hoi Gro died in the Senate As a Wildo Radical he forced attorney Oen t0 fight on Foreit eral Daugherty from office helped prosecute the Teapot dome is a Bat Cogie thieves. He made a fighting Cam Ujj Yray heeled won pain for vice president with the s dentine. Cider la Follette in 1 924. J a he regards the 1924 piggies a Iraq will try to Ive platform As having been �?oel-1 come Tux from no Seu tally Eta of aircraft Call pure session ids i Tiller Way at slate College College station. Raleigh. Jan. 22.�?one Hundred per cent attendance of All graduate veterinarians in the state is the goal of or. C. D. Grinnell for the second annual a a veterinary conference which Start at state College monday Muring ail except six of the graduate veterinarians in North Carolina attended the first conference at the College last year. The opening session at 10 30 a in., will be for livestock producers us Well As members of the veterinary profession. Or i. O. Schaub Dean of agriculture Al state College will preside. Of among the speakers will be Dacuti i i j. W. Harrelson who will wet of come the group to the College in i my or. William Moore state veterinarian who will respond j or. W. L. Boyd of the University of Minnesota Minneapolis. And or. J. B. Hollenbeck of the Bureau of animal Industry Columbus Ohio. A through Iii Jussila a the conference will continue j through thursday with a ban a duet in the state College cafe i Teria scheduled a a feature of j tuesday night. Among the speaker at subset quem sessions will he or. Charles e Fanslau of Newyl Ork Lily or Mark Welsh of the University of Maryland or. Carl i f. Schlotthauer of the mayo1 foundation Rochester minn., j or. A. J. Dann of Duke University and or. L. D. Frederick of Chicago Iii. Or. Boyd will conduct a gym j podium of cattle diseases monday afternoon. Or. Hollenbeck will be in charge of a Swine i clinic on tuesday afternoon and or. Boyd and or. Schlotthauer j will conduct Large and Small Ani Mal clinics respectively on thursday die Husman i Eadeh the North Carolina veterinary medical association of which is. Lie or. A. A. Busman of Raleigh which he is president i cooperating with c is Apt i state College in the conference Pring a a a time i conservation cooperation Farmer cooperating in the aaa farm programs of the past i six years have shifted about 30,000,000 acre from soil exhausting Cash crops to soil conserving crops. Inter was Campaign it Nirna that a him of senatorial i oui patties a Bald cipher this. A Mon nor deserting a Var moved he subject to Send e water observable. But Gaul new York age 85 has the same height my measurements that he had at the ase of 2s the town of West Texas is in East Texas ,io9rn tif of to j4l mselfah9mywife Vav a. Ii county it Kenny. Ireland Tun of c it Lenoir Farmers put in order for 15,000 Pine seedlings Kinston. Jan. 22 a orders for 15.000 Pine seedlings Haw just been placed with the state Forest Nursery by eight Lenoir county growers say o. R. Freeman. Assistant farm agent. Those ordering the seedlings were j. A Williams and Elbert Hines. Seven Springs or. C. F we. It a Dunn j 8.shakleford. And B Brooks Kinston Whitford Hill. Fink Hill and g. W. Harper. Deep run. Agents i shed during i agent a off with Tobalt say in of t past week. County have been rushed seed cleaning work. Week tobacco ape n Ria list of the state College Extension service. Lean to conservation because of the seriousness of the tobacco situation More Farmer than Ever before Are expected to turn to the agricultural conservation program says e. Y. Floyd of state College. A a a a a a to attend exposition Farmer from All be tons of the state interested in better seed Are expected to attend the annual meeting and seed exposition of the n. C crop improvement association in Greenville february i and i. February will Jim Farley Winston Salem address Mon leading feature knt priv Bureau or Walter hotel Kaleigh. Jan. 22, North Carolina s program of coming events i Well Bil for the rest of this month and for the month of february according to a Calendar of a coining prepared in the state news Bureau under energetic Bill Sharpe. Hike in the Mountain Section Golf and other athletic event Tulve Ai Bern Pine Aion Aud important vestion Here Aud there Are tined on the slate. I i Tea Ems some of the More it not events Are january 22 Carolina Mountain hike it. Pisgah leaving from Asheville. January 23-2 1 grand operas Raleigh. January 24 a Jim Quot Farley addle at Winston Salem 55th annual chamber of Commerce meeting. January 25 n Implement dealers banquet Greensboro. January 26 equestrian gymkhana Southern Pines january 27 Roosevelt birthday balls principal cities. Ant january 28-29 ii. N. C. Ser a Mons. Douglas steers. Chapel Hill j january 29 Mountain hike j Hamburg Mountain starting at Asheville. January 3o woman s club i concert opera program Raleigh. February 1-2 High school Musie festival Durham. Photos id i get february 4 Carolina press photographers Gridiron banquet j Raleigh. February s District convention Monarch club Greensboro. February to 19th n. C. Classic of Evango oat and reformed j churches. Charlotte february 12 Lincoln Day Din. J Ner Greensboro. February 16. C. Mental Hygiene society meeting. Durham february 22 Washington s birthday stale Holiday. February 26 Mountain hike i appalachian Trail starting at Asheville. February 29-March 2 Southern conference basketball tourney Raleigh. Chile shipped More products to i the United state last year than to and other country. Loudon poll drinking Plait a sch Teho Soldi re warring on pc nod just to and sailors. An in it own Turkey has limited the number of books Aud periodicals enter the country from the i listed ports i kingdom. A Success v u e i la i. A x l pc ses of the Holiday season followed by year end Bills throw Many a budget out of Kilter. A lot of people Are getting off to a fresh Start by using the proceeds of a Wachovia personal loan to Clear up such obligations. Then with a single debt instead of Many scattered ones they make convenient monthly payments out of income. In a reasonable period of time they arc free of debt. Terms and rates Are reasonable As the schedule below indicates. For other amounts and other periods of time write Telephone or Call at the Wachovia. The requirements Are few and simple and there a no unnecessary red tape. You borrow you receive you pay monthly i fat 12 to i he Cost 6% disc to $ 06 s 90.24 $ 8 $ 3.76 120 412,80 to 7.20 1s6 146.64 13 9. Y6 20-4 191.76 17 12.24 Yoo 282.00 is 18.00 Sod 47y,76 12 of. 2 4 1008 947.52 84 60.48 i Soo 1410.00. 123 90.00 Wachovia Bank and Trust company Salisbury Rale it i Winski is \ i pm High Point Ashen Ille Mcmurt Deposit insurer or Corpora member Federal or

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