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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 3, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Monday june 3, 1940the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page nine a dub a lot by Kohl Ripley i news of interest to Farmers Cash farm income higher for first Quarter than last year marketing income in South a Atlantic states shows six per cent decrease in first Quarter marketing College station Raleigh june 3.�?Cash in come of North Carolina Farmers for the first Quarter of 1940 was higher than for the first Quarter of 1939, either with or without government payments h. W. Taylor Extension marketing specialist of n. State College reported today. This contrasts with a slight decline in farm income for the South Atlantic Region As a whole. North Carolinas Cash farm in come including government pay a a Xii report is made on terracing program upper Piedmont Section is experiencing an encouraging season production of 4-h club milk important it Quot menu for the first Quarter of this year totalled $28,362,000, As compared with $22,799,000 during the first three months of 1939. The report of the u. S. Bureau of agricultural economics quoted by Taylor shows that income from marketing in the South Atlantic states declined 6 per cent from the first Quarter marketing last year. Largely responsible for tins i was the drop Iii income from grains apples Aud Maryland and the Western Betings of fruits and vegetables i in Florida. North Carolina s output is is valued at More than $12,000,000 new York june 3.�?North Carolina is playing an important role in june Dai y month As the states annual milk production is valued at More than $12,000,000. A on january i there were 385,-000 milk cows reported in North Carolina valued at $16,170,000,&Quot\ says the milk Industry foundation in a statement urging nation wide support for the Dairy month Campaign. A production in 1939 equalled 669.000,000 quarts. Took pcs Oft be Sahara desert Are compelled to be veiled in the presence of their women / All property belongs to the women Cipr urn safer Send Xart in world no fun in Vii College station Raleigh vegetables in june go a p Mccrary. mat Western District farm agent reported today that the terracing program of county soil conserva a largest acreages in income i lion associations Iii the upper were in North Carolina w Here re j Piedmont Section is experiencing turns from tobacco w Ere up Sharp an encouraging season and every by on account of later than usual i indication is that More Thau 2.-Marketingf of the 1939 crop and Soo farms will be terraced in the in South Carolina As a result or 19 Northwestern counties this larger returns from Cotton a the year. Federal report stated. J Mccrary reported that 2,002 Taylor said that from january i farms were terraced last year in through March of this year farm those counties a Forsyth mailers of North Carolina received i Dolph Rockingham person $15,250,000 from crops. $7,717,-j Orange Wake. Warren Caswell i too from livestock Ami livestock i Franklin. Granville Guilford. Ala products for a total of $22,967,-1 Fiance Surry. Durham Stokes. Too Cah from marketing plus Vance. Chatham Yadkin and a whole show that milk production $5,395,000 from government payments which raised the total Cash farm incomes to $28,362,000 during the first Quarter of 1939, income from crops was $10,877.-000. From livestock $7,892,000, and from government payments. $4,030,000. Winner of first prize of jul i of As the most outstanding 4-h club in North Carolina is the Gibsonville club of Guilford county North Carolina la an important it lecture a it a among die clubs Community projects of last year state to the Dairy the in Wieb flu award was based were improvement of school foundation declared a and this i Kroun,1s assistance in rebuilding and re equipping a Community june program will Benefit coh t Hurch which burned and aiming fruits and vegetables for tile school no Tilers by emphasizing the food i likewise individual accomplishments of the a it girls Aud value of milk and Dairy products 1 th<4�?~ a Quot it were inane. The prize Money was Macle Thail and enable producers and distributors to promote increased demand for excess farm milk pro a auction. A in addition to fluid milk which j brings the Farmer his highest Price North Carolina in 1938 pro dined 2,761,000 pounds of but ter 815,000 pounds of cheese 3,-j 923,000 Gallons of ice Cream. A in 1938 milk was the third i largest single source of farm Cash i income in the state topped Only try tobacco and Cotton. Milk equal led the combined income from chickens Grain fruits and nuts was Over 2% times cattle 2 times eggs 15 per cent larger than hogs. 26 per cent larger than All vegetables. A estimates for the nation As a Nixie by the american nitrate educational Bureau through la. L. Meacham its North Carolina representative. The Bureau awards 9730 Iii rash prizes medals Ami scholarship for outstanding 4-h work in North Carolina each year pure bred Hereford beef Sale will be held at Statesville widely known livestock auctioneer will be in charge of cattle Sale Ore about Albreth gets continued from Cage a ter getting away on a alow Start in first of the season is really it ing to town now Days. Hla two Vera in the Lexlngton-Thoma-1 lie series the first of last week ust have had plenty to do with. Lester Smiths Homer on a first night at a Kington last sturday was the second circuit Ive in the Home Orchard by an Diau this season. They re j Iii harping Down the Landis Way lout the Exchange of Roy Fink on. Start outfielder for de Cleary the by state up1 Rhnny Hicks for another Good id in his Harry Jordon Rookie j Tchong tee. They just can to beat e Little right hander looking Over the hitting rec ads thus far we find that mike1 Tenner of Salisbury is pressing it nerd a dim out Baker for the and in the hit Parade. Baker is thing .414 and skewer is rap no the horse hide to a tune of 02. Other leaders Are George Dou and Normal Small Moores Jile outfielders who Are hitting 66 and .363. Respectively a orge Hayek. Landis Catcher i thing .362 a a Goose Helms. Lex ton Outfield .357 sex skipper ump Culbreth of Kannapolis 45 Mel dry of Thomasville la and a a Rabbit Leary also of Loma Aville who has climbed lathe upper ten with an average .324. Pacing in the pitching depart int la Dick Robinson Ace South a of the Mooresville aggregate and Johnny Berry Bald add Ace of Concord s weavers by Lindsay of Thomasville is Taiwan up there As is Rookie Jorn of the moors. Game s heavy hitters crack Par in practice rounds for u. S. Open Cleveland june 3�?<>p a forecasts of the winning score fur the National open Golf tournament came in for some changes today in View of Par cracking preliminary rounds by the game s heavy hitters. Canterbury 6.933-Yard Par-72 layout was so rain soaked Over the week end that water sloshed under foot and balls took almost no Roll. Temporary greens were used in Advance of the regular holes. I but Ben Hogan the Texas plainsman blasted out 36-32�?68, j four under Par. Jimmy Thomson one of the games longest Drivers came in with 34-36�?70. Johnny Bulla another slugger had scored a 71. U. S. Liner on Way to United states volunteers swamp Relief Agency for nursing and ambulance jobs in War san Francisco june 3.�? a eager volunteers for nursing and ambulance driving service overseas Are being turned Down by the score every Day at the american red Cross Headquarters Here. A i m a Good announced one woman by Way of self recon mend Atlon. A a in be got plenty of nerve a a said another. A i d go right up to the front a i need a Job a More than one Young Man said frankly Quot i can t get one Here ill take one there a no matter a. L. Schafer. Pacific area manager for the red Cross said Many appear surprised when they learn that no red Cross nurses or ambulance Drivers Are being sent overseas from the United states. Ica go produce Chicago. June 3.�? up �?but-1,131,633 steady 90-score j _ # 92 or. Iti 9i on. 25-. Persistent score 254, 89 score 24, 88 re 23 is 90 centralized carlot eggs 34.416, steady fresh ded extra firsts local 15, r 16 firsts local 15mi, cars current receipts 13 i. Ties 12%, checks 12% storage ked extras 16%, first 16%. A symptom of disorder of the Brood gland is a distaste for Leat. Wilmington del., june 8. It pm a 83-year-old Kaneville n. C., woman searching for Lite husband she said had deserted Ber. Found bus car parked on a Street Aud Emmly a in it to await hts return. A Lii waited and waited. Nearby resident brought Ber food throngs gathered Balaund her to Chat. But the husband never showed up. Fifty four hours after she began her siege Pollee finally it sailed iter to leave by promising to impound tin car. Galway. Ireland june of a the United states liner president Roosevelt emblazoned with the stars and stripes was headed for new York today with a passenger list of american War refugees that strained her accommodations of capacity. A final Check showed that 720 passengers were aboard the american embassy in London said. The passengers wore life preservers when the liner her departure delayed while she took of 600 tons of Waler finally pulled out of this West coast port last night. Officials had taken unusual precautions to safeguard the ship and the passengers by making a thorough search of Al Luggage. Farmers face lowered incomes for this year Washington. June 3 a a american Farmers started their heavy june chores today Ender european War Clouds which the agriculture department said threaten smaller financial rewards for most producers. Prices of several important farm product declined sharply in recent weeks under the influence of shrinking foreign Market and military setbacks for the allies principal customers of american Farmers. Despite these Price setbacks j the department forecast a Faun Cash income of $600,000,000 for june or about the same As in the last two years National governors conference in session Duluth. Minn., june 3, Ltd a a acor of the nation s governors got Down to business today and began swapping notes on their i official problems As the National governors conference went into business sessions. In the background loomed a potential scrap Over the matter of endorsing president Roosevelt hid for authority to mobilize the National guard. Governors were widely spilt on the matter. Increase reported in hog cholera some sections of North Carolina have escaped serious losses College station. Raleigh june 3.�?a triple threat to Farmers profits this year from new and widespread outbreaks of hog cholera was reported Here today by or. C d. Grinnell veterinarian of n. State College. He said that Horne sections of the Vinson. The total number of i on farms this june will reach a acre terraced last year by the j new All time Peak. Last year county terracing i ult owned j june farm milk production in the Webb of Statesville vice president or. J. M. Lynch of Asheville. Secretary and treasurer George l. Pate of Rowland h. G. Shelton of Speed and w. E. Ship College station Raleigh Ley of Vilas. Sen. Cameron Morrison of Charlotte the Only director of the Al dime 3.�?tentative plans for a Sale of pure bred Hereford beef and operated by the soil Conferva-1 it. S. Totalled 5,332,, i ior4 North Carolina Here Hon associations directed by farm quarts of milk a a attle at Statesville on october relation who did not attend the 16 have been made by the direr Asheville meeting announced at farms farms farms. State have escaped serious losses i farms f re in this livestock disease while farms agents was 18,342. The state College Extension representative pointed out that the 19 39 work reached 41 More farms than the 1938 program although 2.14 4 More acres were terraced in 1938 than in 1939. The Forsyth terracing unit led the state last year working on 245 farms and terracing 1.790 acres. Randolph was next with 1.758 acres terraced on 185 farms followed by Rockingham 1,256 a res on 109 farms person. I 190 acres on iss farms Orange 1,152 acres on 85 farms Wake 1.14 4 acres on 37 farms Warren 1,062 acres on 129 farms Caswell. 1,05 7 acres on 49 farms Franklin 1,026 acres on 52 farms. Granville. 887 acres on 111 farms Guilford 864 Ai re on 112 Alamance 8 63 on 119 Surry 850 acres Durham 800 acre Stokes 716 acre Vance. 626 acre comfortable place Best for chickens cattle breeders association in. I Case Extension animal hits j to supplement Bandman of state College an a no need today. The exact Date Case said will depend on when j Fred Rappert widely known live j to i Stock auctioneer of Decatur intl., i will be available. Egg production kept up by lots of fresh Cool water and plenty of Shade jul the state College specialist said that plans for the Sale Aud other matters of importance were discussed at a recent meeting of the Board of directors of the North Carolina Hereford Assoc Patlon College station. Raleigh held at Asheville. Among those re 3 while trying to keep Cool attending were Adam Lockhart 2 to 25 per cholera out farms farms farms. Others have had a cent increase in Breaks. Quot this is one threat a or. Grin-00 27 farms Nelu stated a and the other two i Art a larger 1940 pig crop than in j 939. Meaning More potential j carriers of disease and increased movement of Swine from farm to farm and from state to state i which May mean wider and faster spreading of the cholera the state College Man urged that Farmers report to livestock1 health authorities the drat signs resembling cholera a cholera is generally indicated by fever Lack of appetite a tendency on the part of the hogs to pole up. And sometimes a partial paralysis or unsteady the veterinarian explained the Only bar again the disease is vaccination before in outbreak occur however should during the hot summer weather think of the poultry flock and try to keep the chickens comfortable also advise t. T. Brown Extension poultry Man of n. State College a it takes a lot of fresh Cool water and plenty of Shade for the hens to hold up their egg pro on too duet on in hot weather a Brown on 135 i declared. On 120 Phi Aper i j tat recommends that. _ a a Green feed crop such As a soy it Hatham 584 acres on 93 j bean Patch be planted to keep the Adkin 448 acres on 52 flock healthy and in High product and Davidson 269 acres ton during the summer. He like j Wise urges that fresh Cool water the supplied in abundance saving hut chickens Are like humans in this respect although it is not necessary that lemonade or other such concoctions be put before them to tempt their tastes. A when the Long hot Day in june arrive egg production will i slump unless the flock receives a Hie extra the extent on specialist declared. A the heat or tobacco Farmers issued information British import duty increased to 18 cents per package of 20 cigarettes of Wadesboro president by. Forestry instruction is Given at 4-h summer Camp College station Raleigh june 3.�?r. W. Graeber. Extension service forester of North Carolina state College announced today that arrangements have been made for the Tennessee Valley authority to furnish an instructor in forestry at the Swannanoa 4-h club Camp this season. The Extension forester and this a pevious meeting of the association that he will donate $150 premiums Iii the Breeding classes for herefords at the North Carolina state fair in Raleigh. The other directors de idd enough to senator Morrison s donation to increase All Hereford Breeding class premiums at the stale fair this year by 25 per cent. Case was appointed by tile association to select Cattie for tile annual Sale at Statesville in the fall and to try to persuade North Carolina breeders to consign a editable lot of cattle Well fitted for the Sale. There will be no by bidding or rejection of sales. Older Rural youth to meet this week North Carolina state College to be Host to fourth annual conference College station Raleigh. June 3.�? e y. Floyd. Aaa executive officer of North Carolina state College today issued information to flue cured tobacco Farmers of some new Factor which will have a hearing on the marketing of the 1940 crop \ Aceina Iun j quoting a letter from a g. Finn be done whap director of the aaa East Central assistant. W j. Barker will Ulvi forestry instruction at the Mill Stone and White i Ake Camps. A the to a a agreed to Nish an instructor at the Swannanoa Camp one Day each week Quot Iff Graeber declared. A the will give i to instruction in tree identification j no Leaf printing fire control re at forestation and Timber stand in cause the feed consumption to be pavement with a motion picture Hilting in lowered egg the hogs ate in proper condition division Floyd reported the Fol to receive treatment. For this Rea j lowing recent developments Sun or. Grinnell suggests that i j less than a million Pound j do a a Der. The animals be examined by a have been moved from the 175 ins. Be reduced i production a a to overcome this situation it is advisable to Start feeding a Mash at icon. Made up with Cool water or with Cool skim milk about two and on half Pound of the dry Mash hould Ive moistened Abo. And usually results in the flock a going off a Brown also suggests that ail hens which persist in going it a those which Start Molt removed from the flock show on the evening program of the amp. The Leaf printing outfit will be left at Swannanoa in charge of the Camp manager so thai club mein bets who wish to Complete a Book of Leaf print will have plenty of time to do the milk routes interest Rutherford Farmers a lock a i u rein v ate us it p of Arrau pram a i u i led tile veterinarian before they Are in million pounds of the 1939 crop j8,1 1 placed on the Market a unused. Held under the Purchase and loan the increase in cholera oui arrangements for the British Breaks this year follows a 30 per Trade. The British option on this cent increase 1939. In the disease in services at the churches tobacco extends until july i 1941, 2. Although the lower grades of tobacco from the 1939 crop have been rather fully absorbed by the Trade partly because of the Short chinese crop a Large Quantity of the better grades a not yet been moved. The surplus from the huge 1939 and earlier crops is the largest on record. 3, the British import duty on paper on soil science is published in journal represents n. Relieves neuralgia in a hurry in the pains of neuralgia Start Baar q Down you want Relief and want it n a hurry. The Quick acting ingredients the Quot Bce formula work last on Paine f this Type. Nerves ruffled an upset y neuralgia pain Are gently soothed and you begin to feel lots better in Ort order. Keep a 10c or 25c package i a Abc Handy. Use As directed for e Relief of headaches muscular aches of functional periodic pains. Always a ult a physician when pains Pelvis recur frequently. Center the laugh of a lifetime with Irene Dunne and Cary Grant in a my favorite wife a feature at 1 32�? 3 33�?5.32�?7 32�?9 32. Broadhurst a a an Angel from with fat Date Albert. Wayne morn and Rosemary Lane. Features at 6 12�?7 51�?9 30 a a amount Clark Gable in a strange cargo a with Joan Crawford feature at 5 ll�?7 18�?9 36. La a Lton a the real glory Quot with Oary Cooper and David Niven features at 5 22 7 .22�?9 22 with Denmark out of the mar ret Peru a cottonseed business if at Low ebb. Us Bisti an science a ancient and modern Necro a tobacco recently a increased for Mancy alias mesmerism and the third time in a year it now hypnotism denounced a the represents a tax of about 18 subject of the lesson Are in on in All a tents per package of 20 cigarettes. Christian science hurdle and which May be so High As to re Sod ties. Sunday. J tone 2 Tard consumption in tile Golden text a from j Ere British imports of american flue nth Thek of Roton june 3 a Farmers of Rutherford Cou Tity Are highly interested in the milk routes to be established in the near future reports farm agent of e. Patton. College station Raleigh j the Market for milk will be june 3. A a technical paper pre made possible by the opening of pared by or j. F Lutz professor i a receiving ablation at Shelby of soils and Ross learner a around the Middle of june. Sev former graduate student of North ural routes Over the county have Carolina state ollege was Hon been proposed. Ired with publication in the May agent Patton said the opening Issue of a soil a Scien of the Shelby Plant will offer a title journal prof. B. We a Usu ret for milk which Kuther Llams. Head of the state College Ford county Farmers have never agronomy department announced had before today. The paper is entitled a pore size Dis Iii i m l 20 13. A using unto the lord Praise be the lord hath delivered the soul of the poor from the hand of among the citations which comprised the lesson Sermon were the following from the Bible a let no Man deceive you with vain words for because of these things cometh the Wrath of god upon the children of disobedience see then that be walk circumspectly. Not As fools but As Wise redeeming the time because the Days Are evil. Wherefore be be not unwise but understanding what the will of the lord Eph. 5 6, 15-17. The lesson Sermon also included the following passages from the Christian science textbook a science and health with key to the scriptures a by Mary Baker Eddy. A animal magnetism has no scientific foundation for. God governs All that is real harmonious and eternal and his Power cured tobacco were Mort my Wlllie Elmiria Fini of Albemarle a student at the woman a College of the University of North Caro Man has been selected ii governor Liney to represent North Carolina at the Rhododendron festival in Asheville june Ltt-22. Than for he i one third of the entire 1938 crop. 4. A reduction of More than 30 per cent from the record area of 69,000 acres harvested last year is expected in the Canadian flue cured tobacco acreage in 1940. The 1939 flue cured trop Iii Canada amounted to 82,625.- pounds As compared with 78,1 74,000 pounds in 1938. Last year Canada exported 30,000,009 pounds of tobacco to other parts of the United kingdom soil erosion practices shown by Young Farmer Brevard. June 2�? a t. Whitemire. A Young Farmer of the Penrose Community is showing his neighbors How to control soil erosion says j. A. G la Zoner farm agent of Transylvania county. He has terraced All of Bis Roll in neither animal nor human its in to Steep land filled in gullies basis being a belief Ani this be-1 that were about to become eyelid animal in science animal i sores and with the use of Lime magnetism mesmerism or hypo and phosphate is getting spleen Tim is a Mere negation possess-1 did growth of glasses and to in neither intelligence Power i gullies. Nor reality and in sense it is an \ his Corn land will be sowed to unreal concept of the so called a pasture mixture in the late sum mortal mind. Mankind must i Mer a which w ill place practically learn that evil is not 1 All of hts rolling land in a no. A determination of j to Lution in learner submitted the paper which he prepared in cooperation 1938-39.1 with l r lib. Iii partial fulfilment of the requirements for his degree of master of science from state College. The paper Points out that the state is represented at conference in Washington College station. Raleigh june 3.�?two Farmers will represent North Carolina at the commercial vegetable conference to pore space of the soil directly j be held in Washington monday College station Raleigh. June 3. A Between 150 and 200 Young people from the Rural areas of North Carolina will take Over the Campus of n. State of i College Fiji week for their fourth Nuttal older Rural youth Coner Nee. A a get acquainted per. And informal reception Wilt to the event tuesday evening and formal programs will begin wednesday morning of continue until 10 00 morning. L. R 11 a of to. 8 Leader is in Chan men assisted by Macgregor assists Leader. Panel else to or Eugene Merritt of the u department of agriculture w in ton. Will he featured mrs. Bess n. Rosa. Field Wier in Parent education of woman a College of the University of North Carolina. Greensboro. Will address the group thursday morning on a Rural youth faces the establishment of a governor Clyde r. Hoey and mrs. Hoey will he guests at the annual banquet in the College dining Hall Friday evening. Or. Frederick stanly Smith director of Public school music in Raleigh will have charge of the music appreciation periods scheduled each morning. The Rev. F. I. Redden assistant pastor of Edenton Street methodist Church Raleigh will conduct the evening watches. Mrs. J. P. Pillsbury organist of the Edenton Street Church will present a recital wednesday night. The Quot get party a Aud reception tuesday night will be in charge of miss Sallie Brooks assistant Extension nutritionist. Or. I. O. Schaub Extension director and Dean of agriculture and miss Ruth current state Home demonstration agent will Welcome the group wednesday morning. Control the movement of air Aud water in the soil which is Vitul in Best suited for the growth of certain crops. Irish potato bugs not eliminated during Winter Columbia june 3. The past severe Winter did Little to control Irish potato bugs says h. H. Harris. Farm agent of the stat College Extension service in Tyrrell county. Reports from growers indicate that bugs Are More prevalent this Spring than they have been for a number of years. Systematic dusting with Calcium arsenate have been begun to Poison the pests. Tuesday and wednesday of Gila week e y. Floyd. Aaa Exeen j Tive officer of North Carolina state College announced today. They Are David t. House jr., of Robersonville and h. S. Strickland of Wilmington route i Floyd said that the conference has been called by the agricultural adjustment administration to receive recommendations for the 1941 agricultural conservation program in connection w it ii commercial vegetables. The Farmers will carry to the nations capital suggestions from vegetable growers of North Carolina including proposed changes in the list of commercial vegetables Nuder the aaa classification. Columbus Farmers Start grower shipper groups Whiteville june 3 Farmers in the fair Bluff township of Columbus county Are organizing their own grower shipper Assoc action for handling the Sweet potato crop reports s. Oliver farm agent of the state College Extension service. Certified Porto Rico Sweet potato plants Are being used exclusively and growers will cure the yams in their own barns. Also Farmer members will Market the potatoes through the association. Tho new organization patterned somewhat after the one in Nash county is being formed under the supervision of farm agents. This year s crop of Irish potatoes which has already started the Rural death rate for the moving from Eastern North Caro-1 North Carolina will join other i United states is Aud has been j Man looks excellent says j. Vav. T states in june in observing a lower than the Urban rate Accord Johansen. State College Extension i Tionel Dairy month says join a lug to s. Mayo sociologist of stall assistant Rural marketing economist. College. A farm boys and girls from More during rest periods work Stock j than 5o counties Are expected to Arey Dairyman of the lege Extension service state col should be Given ample Opportunity to drink water says Earl h. Hostetler professor of animal husbandry at state College. Attend the 4th annual older youth conference at state College june 4-8, says l. R. Harrill of state College. Information on Coni rolling the Cotton Boll Weevil which is expected to Start heavy attacks soon May be secured from j. O. Rowell state College Raleigh

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