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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 22, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Monday May Zzz my tite High Point Enterprise in Mon Center High Point North Carolina i oors Rise Hal Sackaris 1lay top n. C. Loop week Mooresville Rise in la a North state league from third to first place Ami the to to Lexington s i trl la ii and Thomasville mommies featured the week play. The moors opened last Mon Day routed behind Concord and Salisbury hut during the week the weavers were Able to win Only one game while taking the i count the times. Lexington scrapping indians continued their drive under the leadership of Lim Callahan arid stuck to third spot along with Concord and behind Salisbury and i the moors rho moors Are now one full game in front of the i giant it was the chunking of Jim my maus a a big three a Paige Dennis Hay Lindsey and boots imiller that gave the Toms i their new lease on life during til. Week. In thai not to in in inn the sensational play of a new Star on the Thomasville horizon hat sack Man a St. Louis youngster who was taken on by maus at the plea of a Irvington player who United to see Hackman a pal he brought South with him. Get a Job. He did and lies la be found at the same old St anti All summer if his play continues on the same keel. Hackman was turned away by Hickory in the tar Heel circuit and by Lexington hut after being rooted in a favorite spot in the Thomasville right Field he a appeared to have found himself. On the other hand a former Tommie Star Carl Johnson who a picked up at Cooleemee after his release turned in a Star performance at Lexington when he held the tribe for six and two thirds innings and struck out nine batters Only to lose the Battle in the tenth inning on a squeeze play. Tonight finds Salisbury at Thomasville and Lexington at Moores die tuesday Thomasville at Salisbury Mooresville at Lexington wednesday Lexington at Salisbury Kannapolis at Thomasville thursday Thomasville at Kannapolis Salisbury at Lexington Friday a Thomasville at Lexington and saturday a Lexington at Thomasville. Striet meets Licking e i p Iii 40 Stales Wichita. Kan., May 22�?every# a uni pro baseball club in the a Ion is looking into the future Lese Day with the Hope of repro a noting the United states in the liner an i in at Luau. Pm a Rico september 7 to 13. The Lamn Longship team xviii be deter lined by the outcome of the 1939 at ions i tournament at Wichita Wurmst la to 23. Here a what winning the naj Lonal championship mean to the umber one Semi pro team of the United states 1 minimum Cash award of �.0i 0 in prize Money and mile a to National tournament. 2 expenses to and from san Tan p. R., to represent la. S. In then game american series. <3 share of receipts in Ameri a series 20 per cent of Gross to in Winner it per cent to loan prize and expense Are expected. Total $15,000 for the u. S. Lampion this season to be eligible to participate in it ional tournament a team in net qualify through District and state Mirna ments Tysing held in every Teflon of the United states. District tournaments will be aged the last week in june and in first week in july they will x run off under the Stogie defeat an with the two finalists engage in a a St t to or of three sees for the dist l i championship. 1st rid winners will he awarded Lampi Onazip trophy from Katimi sell pro baseball Congress Aud ill a Hare in prize Money applications from organizations a individuals desing to super be a District tournament Are now Ting received by the National am pro baseball Congress. Win Ita according to president Ray Umont. The North Carolina state program of the National Semi pro baseball Congress is under the i Icelon of state commissioner soc Yakales of High Point with the ate tournament tentatively a Hedu led for High Point july 9 i 19. A series of District tournaments ill precede the state meet. A jillions for District commissioner lips to supervise theme events Lould be forwarded to the Naonal Semi pro baseball Congress sex 2202. Wichita Khi a Estern Pacific conference get expected to be dogfight Ann Arbor aitch., Auy ii. A the Western conference hich took a drubbing in its rat two Post season dual meets Ith the a if t coast conf Joe. Appeared today to have list Fred enough strength to atch that of its far Western Val this year. Meets held by the two con i fences last week end left this ten with Hest performances nine of the 15 events Micat a this Yea is dual june 2 1 at Ereley calif., May be some Ling of a dog fight. Foust scores Hole in one at Blair Park Ralph foil Veteran Blair Park Golf course player scored a Liole in oui on the a to Yard fourth Hole yesterday afternoon at Blair Park. Fount used a seven Iron on the shot he Vias playing in foursome xxx till Bill Hayed soul Rev baiter and chigger Moffett. The Ball filled into the cup from out on the Fairway. Major league leaders the big 3ix i by the associated press i b Atti no. Three leaders in each league so or More at bats player. Club g a r h Mcquinn Browne 28 114 22 4? Arnovich. Phili Iea 28 111 16 45 Oalan Cuba. 22 77 18 31 Mazzera. Browns. 20 75 19 30 pox. Red Box in 70 19 27 Medwick cards25 too 18 35 pct. .412 .405 403 400 336 350 runs batted in National league Goodman. Reda. 28 Ott. Olar to. 24 Mccormick. Reda. 24 american league Wright senators. 26 Greenberg. Tigers. 24 Hoag. Browns. 24 Dickey Yankees. 24 Walker White Box. 24 Home runs National league mire. Cardinals. Amiul. Dodgers. Of. Olanta i. Mccormick reds. Lombardi Reda. American league Greenberg Elgera. Oehr Lnger tigers Chapman. Athletics. 5 Foxx red Box Kos Are bit dents to improve officiating of urn ins for the District and state Iurna ments being staged Over the ution the National Semi pro Asphall Congress of Wichita aa., is issuing lessons prepared a mile Anderson Veteran pro Mif Lional Umpire who Heads the Adonai association of Semi pro my ire. La states re pres we Ted livery state in the nation even i District of columbian will he a presented in the program of the National Semi pro baseball coneys this year following the 4 me tournaments the ii s finals ill be settled in Wichita. August 1-23. During 1938. 58 per cent of the Brid. Were n sintered in the cited states giving us a total of a it. I. Selkirk Yankee. 5 Charley Yates advances in British meet Hoylake eng. May a a it a Charlie Yates defending Champion from Atlanta ga., advanced to the second round of the British Amateur Golf championship today by defeating Bruce Thompson of Liverpool a and 4. Struggling to the turn one up after a shaky Start Yates rallied and played the first five holes on the Home nine in one under Par winning four of them. Franchises no Charos one of the unusual features of the National Semi pro baseball Congress program is that prospective commissioners do not have to pay a single cent for franchises a a Small Deposit being returned by the National Headquarters at Wichita. Kan., after tournaments Are completed. More emphasis will be placed on the menus program at this years farm and Home week which will be held at state College july 31-August 4. Headaches neuralgia muscular aches its ref defense program developing fast Washington. May 22.�? president Roosevelt a $552,000,-000 defense program is developing even More rapidly than originally expected. The chief executive has recommended Cash outlay of $383,-8 43.799 for defense purposes during the year starting july i this is $1 52,843,799 More than he estimated when he sent the program to Congress last Jan. 12. The remainder will he covered by contracts for which Congress will provide the funds later. The president first informed Congress that Only $210,000,000 of the total actually would be spent from the Treasury before june 30, 1940, exclusive of $21, 062.000 for Panama canal defences Congress thus far has provided $100,232,299 in Cash and con factual authorizations totalling $66,306,988 for the army a share of the program plus direct appropriations of $44,609,000 and contractual authorizations of $39,391,000 for the Navy. Parts of these funds were in eluded in the $508,000,000 War department Supply Hill and the Navy a $773,000,000 appropriation. The remainder went through in a special Bill. Still pending before a House appropriations subcommittee Are the presidents requests for $ 185,4 4u,000 in Cash and $64, 560.000 in contracts for expanding the army air corps to 5.500 planes $32,500,000 for so called a educational orders to give private Industry experience in manufacturing munitions and $27,-000,000 for strengthening the Garriso Nin the Panama canal zone. Larry Thomas Chapman Dies at Hospital Here after Brief illness Larry Thomas Chapman seven months of age died at a local Hospital at 7 15 of clock sunday evening. The child had been ill since last monday and a patient in the Hospital since wednesday. He was born in High Point october 26. 1938. The son of j. And Alease Wood Chapman. Surviving Are the parents who reside at 810 South Hamilton Street the grandparents. T. W. Chapman of this City and or. And mrs. J. Wood of Jamestown. The body was carried to the Home of the Grandfather hoi Anderson Street at 3 o clock this afternoon. Funeral service will he conducted tuesday afternoon at 4 30 o clock from the Hopewell methodist Church in Randolph county the service will he in charge of Rev. O. L. Ruth pastor of the first Pilgrim Church. Interment will be made in the Church cemetery. Clearing tracks of wreck that killed three crewmen of Pennsylvania Railroad Piqua of. May wrecking Crews toiled throughout a Rainy night to restore service today on the Pennsylvania Railroad where the worst divisional smash in 37 years piled up three freight trains near Here killing three crewmen and seriously injuring four others. Killed were fireman Harry j. Johnson 43 Engineer Fred l. Trickier. 45 and flagman Leonard Schaefer 44, All of Logansport ind. Seriously injured were fireman j. C. Murdock 45. And Engineer Gordon Penney. 50 both of Columbus. Of crewman Challas Bryan and Engineer Frank l. Messersmith 58, both of Logansport. Messersmith leg was badly crushed. An eastbound train rammed the rear of another stopped for Coal. A fast fruit train on a record track slowed into the wreckage derailing cars for half a mile. Negro removed from Dunn for Safe keeping Din May 22 of a Wilbert Byrdsell 85 negro xxx to allegedly drove a stolen automobile into a group of children Here late yesterday killing one and injuring two was removed by officers during the night from the Dunn jail to an unannounced place of Safe keeping officers at the jail stated this morning. Policemen stated he appeared Only superficially Hurt As a result of tin Accident. Virginia Drake Benson 4, was killed outright \x4ien the ear left a Highway and ran into a Yard where tin children were playing. Eugene l. Langston j. Critically injured xxx a taken to a Hospital at Smithfield. Lynn Benson 8, xxx a less seriously Hurt. Walter l Teague passes suddenly Walter l. Teague 63. Died suddenly at his Home. 624 Arch treet. Sunday evening at 8 15 of clock. Or Teague had been in declining health for the past few months but his death comes As a distinct Shock to his family and friends. He was born in Davidson county May 13. 1876, the son of John and Mary Ward Teague. He came to this City 50 years ago from Thomasville and for a number of years had been employed by the Welch furniture company. He was a member of the Green Street Baptist Church. Forty four years ago he was married to miss Clara belly Andrews who survives. Surviving also Are five daughters mrs. A w. Manley misses Zelma and Beatrice Teague All of this City mrs. L. Parker of Mooresville and mrs. F. G. Martin of Chari tie the Mother mrs. Mary Teague of this City three Brothers. M. M. Teague. Asheville. W. E. Teague of old fort and j. A. Teague of Vork toxin a two Sisters. Or. H. I. Hill this City and mrs. L. C. Nance of Seagrove in five grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tuesday afternoon at 2 30 of clock from the Green Street Baptist Church. The service will be in charge of the pastor. Rev. C. N. Royal and Rev. D. V. Howell pastor of Calvary methodist Church. Interment will be made in Oakwood cemetery. Industry High Point North Carolina Page nine news of interest to the Farmers. I1__1_____il up j i seek to identify that killed four men Blackwell. Okla., May 22 up a officials called on chemists today to identify the apparently odourless colourless which killed four men in a water Well at a Dairy. First to die was Lowell Curry 28, a Dairy worker overcome As he clambered Down a ladder in the Well to repair a pump. Aaron Briggs 49, co owner of the Dairy his son Napier 19, and John Pennewell 22, lost their lives in Rescue attempts. Other employees started to their Ald but Aaron Briggs dying shouted a warning. Conference opens Asheboro May 22. A the Greensboro District of the methodist Church open their one Day conference at the first methodist Church this morning at 9 30 of clock. Rev. L. B. Hayes presiding elder will preside Over the conference. Rev. M. Hauss. Pastor of Ramseur methodist Church will be in charge of the worship program. Fur sem i pro rooter president Franklin d. Roosevelt is a great Booster for baseball. In the 1939 National Semi pro baseball guide on Sale at Newsstands and sporting goods stores a reproduction of a letter from Roosevelt explains that baseball is the presidents favorite sport. A a off for Marseille Lisbon. May 22.�? i pm the flying boat Yankee Clipper took off from Lisbon Early today for Marseille on the last leg of the Hist scheduled commercial flight across the Atlantic. U. Of California professor found dead in bed at Home Berkeley. Calif May 22.�? ply the nude body of Virgia h. Cherry 32. Assistant professor in mechanical engineering at the University of California was found on a bed at his Home Early today. Police inspector o. M Thompson said no Mark of a a violence was on the body other than a slight Bruise on the nose but the House was a a shambles. Bedding was strewn on the floor furniture was overturned and a chandelier torn from the ceiling. Police sought for questioning Cherry a wife mrs. Jacqueline Cherryland three men who neighbors reported visited the House last night. Double shooting termed homicide and suicide Concord. May 22.�? it the fatal shooting of mrs. Thelma Dialler 34, operator of a Beauty shop and Graham Yorke 31, an instructor at the Jackson train in school was listed by Coroner n. J. Mitchell today As homicide and suicide. The Coroner said Yorke shot mrs. Disher eight times and then sent two bullets through his own heart. The Man and woman were found dead in the latter apartment the Coroner said friends told him mrs. Disher and Yorke had been sweethearts but had quarrelled and recently mrs. Dialler had refused to see him. Dennis h. Hall. Jr., is named contest Winner Dennis h. Hall. Or. Of 1105 Cedrow Avenue has just been announced As one of the Lucky winners of a Complete Pedrick Piston ring motor reconditioning Job for his car. These motor reconditioning jobs Are offered free each month by the manufacturers of Pedrick Piston rings through their dealers. The local Pedrick dealer through whom or. Hall entered the contest is Trinity garage of Trinity. Electricity Aid to Yadkin farms dairies Vin poultry farms helped by new Power lines College station. Raleigh. May 22.�?electricity is playing an important part in elevating Yadkin county to a place among the front rank agricultural counties of North Carolina d. E. Jones Rural electrification specialist at state College declared today. As additional Miles of electric lines have been constructed new dairies have sprung up and old dairies have increased their production. Farm wives who had never grown poultry before have begun to employ electric Brooder for their Chicks thus adding to the farm income. A although electricity is being applied to various farm uses a Jones said a nowhere is it gaining More in popularity than on the Dairy farm. Electric Dairy refrigerators electric sterilizers and electric water systems have followed naturally the construction of electric the state College specialist listed Grady w. Miller As an outstanding example of a Dairyman whom electricity has benefited. Using electricity in his Dairy and milk House Miller has found that his total Bill is about one third the amount he formerly spent for ice alone. In addition to the cooler Miller has an electric sterilizer which has replaced the steam Boller formerly used for sterilizing cans and utensils. Since the bacteria count from the Miller Dairy milk runs unusually Low a Premium is paid for the milk at the Creamery. Four automatic water fountains in the lounging barn have increased milk production by at least 5 per cent. Jones said. The fountains keep water at the proper temperature before the Herd at All times. Through the use of these electrical devices Miller saves on labor costs since his family can take care of the entire Herd of 30 cows. High Point boy wins 4-h award College station. Raleigh May 22.�?malcolm Edge of Fayetteville route 7. Has been selected As first place Winner in the 1938-39 4-h farm accounting contest. L. Harrell 4-h club Leader at state College announced today. First place carried with it a prize of $25. Second place also West to a Cumberland county farm boy Marion Pate jr., of Fayetteville route 7. Young Pate received $10. Three $5 awards were won by Frank Cloaninger. Statesville. Route 3 John Robert Borum. High Point route i and Mayo Britt. Garner. The contest was sponsored by a commercial harvesting machine company Harrill said for the purpose of stimulating farm boys in the keeping of accurate accounts of their farm work. Jews throughout nation condemn British action by the associated press bitterly and in sorrow american jews met throughout tile nation yesterday to join in their races world wide condemnation of the British plan for Palestine. Assailing provisions they held would create an Arab dominated state in the holy land t hey swore Mew in hebrew xxx it ii right hand upraised. Lie biblical oath of the psalm a if i forget thee Jerusalem May my right hand Wither. A Elf i do not remember thee May my Tongue Cleave to the roof of my commenting on the British government White paper on Palestine rabbi Stephen s. Wise told a crowd of 0,000 the Arf overflowed the hippodrome in new York City the jews a will not resort to violence hut will offer Resl Stenen mayor let a Granlia who attended said he still had Confidence in a the fair play the generosity and the understanding of the British people Pollee broke up arguments that ensued when members of the Arab National league picketed a Jex Vlash mass meeting at Fanell Hall in Boston. Gov. Ii Verett Saltonstall told the meeting the United states shares a the indignation and sympathy univ rally Felt by All free countries when one race suffers from an attack upon democracy and in Detroit More than 8,000 jews adopted a Resolution inning the British policy a a flagrant violation of jewish and human Iii Cleveland. 5,000 ii Ca id rabbi Barnett r. Brickner declare prime minister chamber lain a did not betray us but betrayer in Chicago rabbi Solomon Goldman president of the zionist organisation in America criticized great Britain Foi what he a he were More attempts to a a propagandize America As a possible War ally. Mayor Edward j. Kelly joined in protesting England a stand in Palestine. Similar protest meetings were held in other cities. Women protest Jerusalem May 22.�?cp a several thousand jewish women singing shouting and carrying banners with the slogan a we Xxiii not surrender a marched through lit Street today in protest against Britain a new Palestine policy. A memorandum expressing the jewish women s views on the plan ultimately to make the holy land an Independent nation with jews a a minority xxx a presented to British officials by a re legit inn of five xxx to w Ere received by a Secretary. Increase in North Carolina s Peanut acreage is forecast by agronomist College station. Raleigh. May 22.-�?a 5 to to per cent increase in North Carolinas Peanut acreage was forecast today by e Blair agronomist of the state College Extension service. Baking his prediction on a report of the u. S. Bureau of agricultural economics Blair said the increase will be the largest in Pasquo tank and other counties along the Virginia Border although Sampson and Robeson have indicated sizeable increases. In these Southern counties growers Are substituting peanuts for Cotton sufficiently to increase their Peanut acreage by 5 to to j per cent. In other Peanut producing counties the state College agronomist said growers Are planting approximately the same acreage this year they have in past years. Cold Rainy weather somewhat retarded planting operations through much of the Virginia North Carolina Belt during the past week although in Southern North Carolina the weather was almost Ideal. A if the weather is favourable this week and next a Bald said. A it is expected that nearly All planting will he completed in this state by the first of the Bureau reported that stocks of Farmers Grade peanuts of Good Quality continue to Lessen until new it is estimated that per hapa three quarters of the remaining Farmers Stock May be called shelling Stock. Some shellers and cleaner have been less interested in buying Farmers Stock during the past week because of a slightly weaker feeling in some grades of finished goods. However other cleaners have bought rather heavily from a warehouses the bureaus report pointed out. Farmers reminded to keep milk Cool during summer College station. Raleigh May 22.�?John a. Arev. Dairyman of the state College Extension service reminded Farmers today of the importance of keep ing milk Dean and Cool during the summer months. Milk utensils should be inspected often and those which have open seams crevices or dents should be repaired or replaced since they cannot be sterilized properly. A since it is impossible even under the Best of conditions Quot Arey said a to produce milk without some bacteria it is necessary during the hot summer season to give special attention to the temperature at which milk is held unless it is cooled quickly after milking and held at a Low temperature until delivered excessive souring will take weekly feed Market news the Quick acting Prestr Phenotype ingredient in the a a Bce a formula Are also most effective for relieving simple Ner Vous Tessand functional periodic pains. At All drug stores 10c Aud woe Awee. Yen slumps Shanghai. May 22.�? up a the japanese yen declined to an unprecedented Low today on the local foreign Exchange Market Tokyo a subsidiary notes bringing icily 89 cents of the chinese Dollar. Italian legionnaires will withdraw within month Rome May 22.�?i/p �?1the government announced today All italian combatants would he brought Home from Spain a within the current a communique said a the italian legionnaires will be completely repatriated from Spain within the current month. They will embark at Cadiz and Debar at recruiting station for army to be located at Post office on june i a permanent United states army recruiting station will be located in the u. S. Post office building Here after june i postmaster s. C. Clark announced this morning. Approval of the plan from the government Post office department is expected any Day and a permanent officer will be placed in charge of the Elution when it opens june 1. Inadvertently demonstrates value of planting Good seed Louisburg. May 22. A j. H Fuller route i has inadvertently demonstrated the value of planting Good seed reports Edwin p. Barnes assistant farm agent in Franklin county. Last fall Fuller planted to bushels of Coker s red heart wheat. Not having enough of the red heart seed he purchased two bushels of local mixed wheat and finished sowing his Field. At the present time his red heart is in full Bloom and gives every indication of a Fine Harvest. On hts mixed wheat plot the stand is not sufficient to produce the amount of seed planted. Raleigh. May 22. A wheat Nill feeds made further Sharp declines during the past week but High protein concentrates held generally firm states the u. S. And North Carolina departments of agriculture in the weekly Market news service review. Further slackening in demand As More pasturage became available was the principal weakening influence in wheat feeds. Lighter offering reflecting Dement Shang supplies largely accounted for the firmness in oilseed cakes and meals. The Index number dropped to 109.6 compared with i 2.8 a week ago. Or be Sellers and cleaners have been less interested in buying Farmers Stock Virginia Type peanuts during the past week because of a slightly weaker feeling in some grades of finished goods. Others however have bought rather heavily from warehouses at 3 7-8 to 4. A very few 4 4 cents per Pound for Best jumbos 3t� to 3 5-8 cents for Best Hunch and 3 to 3 3-8 cents for Hest shellers Stock delivered. Judging by their usual relations in former years the present prices of both eggs and chickens Are still favourable in relation to feed prices during the past week most Northern wholesale live poultry and egg markets were steady. Philadelphia however developed a slight weakness for some classes of poultry and Washington for current White egg receipts. Mixed trends developed in new York for North Carolina fruits and vegetables. Cabbage Green peas Aud snap Beans were up a Little from last week while strawberries lettuce and Sweet potatoes were weaker. At the close Green peas were quoted at 1.12 4 to 1.37 per Bushel hamper Klon Dyke strawberries at 18 to 22 cents a quart and snap Beans at 1.50 to 1.75 per by. 1% Bushel hampers of pointed Type cabbage brought 50 to 75 cents against 40 to 65 cents a week ago. July Cotton futures assumed i leadership following expiration of the May contract influenced partly by the difficulty of obtaining immediate supplies of certain grades. During the period under review july fluctuated mildly but closed up 35 Points in new Ork at 8.79 and up 3 2 Points in new Orleans at 8.87. Strictly Choice and prime heavy Bullocks and the Small quota of Light steers held to fully steady Levels while Good to Choice offerings with weight declined 25 cents at Chicago. Hogs sold off Early in the week hut came Back under the influence of limited runs to close with negligible Price changes. Meanwhile fat lambs tumbled abruptly wooled offerings losing 75 cents to 1.00 with shorn lambs 50 to 75 cents off. Prime steers topped wednesday at 14 of hogs closed with a Peak of 7.25 while fat lambs had a late top of 9.65. Hogs dipped before mid week but came Back later in the week to close with minor Price changes at the Low time tuesday 7.io represented the outside Price but subsequent reaction placed the final Peak at 7.25. Sterilized Plant bed by heating with electricity Lumberton May 22�?before g. H. Floyd of Fairmont planted his tobacco seed this year he sterilized his Plant bed area by heating it with electricity reports w. D. Reynolds farm agent of Robeson county. The following results were obtained fewer weeds Ware found in the bed plants were ready to set a week or ten Days earlier than usual More plants were obtained for the size of the bed and the plants had a much better Root system. Beaufort county Farmers Alexander county Farmers Cut Down Cotton acreage pleased with milk routes Irish potato acreage remains fairly stable and consumption is inelastic but because of variation in yield per acre crops and prices in Ake Sharp shifts says l. P. Watson of state College. Washington a cd a May 22. A Beaufort county Farmers have reduced their Cotton acreage sharply this year reports w. L. Mcgahey. Farm agent of the state College Extension service. Reason for the curtailment me Gamey explained was the Low prices and Low yields of last year. Although the county usually plants about 6.000 acres it is estimated that less than 2.000 acres will be seeded this year. The farm agent also reported that potato yields this year will be below Normal the crop running 65 to so per cent of average yields. Hens make Nice profit for Hallsboro woman Whiteville. May 22 a last month mrs. H. Pierce of Hallsboro made a net profit of $38.61 on her 98 hens reports Charles d. Raper assistant farm agent in Columbus county. The hens produced 2,213 eggs valued at $56.53. Feed costs amounted to $17.92, leaving a net profit of $38.61. Since november i. Raper explained mrs. Pierce had made i $155.59 above teed costs on her flock of barred Plymouth rocks. Taylorsville May 22.�?-j p. Leagans farm agent of the state College Extension service reports that Alexander county Farmers Are highly pleased with the new milk routes established in the county. A number of Farmers have told leagans that with four cows they have received from $1.50 to $2 a Day by Selling milk to the Large evaporated milk Plant. With Home grown feed thin Means that four cows will return $400 to $600 a year besides surplus Stock that will be for Sale in a Short while. Because of poor weather conditions Many North Carolina Farmers have had to replant much of their Cotton acreage says j. A. Shanklin Cotton specialist of the state College Extension service. A a tobacco transplanting virtually is Complete in most Border and new Bright Belt counties says Lloyd t. Weeks assistant tobacco specialist at state College. Farm agents of the state College Extension service report an increasing number of Farmers xvii care raising their own work Stock thus saving Money which they would have sent out of the stale. A Penshurst Witch reaches new Mark station. Raleigh May 22.�?a certificate of membership in the �?o100.000 Pound club a has been received by or. A d Grinnell of state College from the Ayrshire breeders association for a Penshurst a 11-year-old cow in the Central Experiment station Herd. This cow has produced 104.659 pounds of milk and 4 5 63 pounds of butterfat during her lifetime. Or. Grinnell said that a the Witch Quot is the third cow in the Central Experiment station Herd. To join the 100,000 Pound club and that a a Bellefonte a another member of the Herd has passed the 90,000 Pound Mark. A Dottle Leslie and a lady reified a preceded a Penshurst Witch on the Honor list. A Penshurst Witch is a daughter of a Penshurst Man of War a out of Quot Hazel a Good she was born september 13. 1937. Only last year when she was shipped extensively to sales etc., did the cow drop below the 300-Pound butterfat record. She read lied her highest state of production at the age of 4, when she gave 14.290 pounds of milk and 621.62 pounds of butterfat. A a Carolinas a Jubilo a a son of a Penshurst Witch which was born August 20, 1938. Is being kept by the Central Experiment station Here As a Herd sire or. Grinnell said. The Central station Herd received wide acclaim for its average of 374 pounds of butterfat for 25 cows on twice a Dav milking last year. Or. Ohn Nells said the Ary share Breed is increasing in numbers and Quality on farms in North Carolina. He reported that a picture of a part of the spite Ayr farm Herd owned by Charles s. Spicer of Ashe county appeared on the front Rover Page of the May Issue of the Ayrshire digest National publication of he Ayrshire bleeders association. Large lots of ground Limestone Are being distributed to North Carolina banners this year under the Grant of Aid provision of the 1939 agricultural conservation program. As a Broad average about two thirds of the nitrogen in a legume is believed to have been taken from the air and the remaining third from the soil. Corn callouses bunions sore toes Quick Relief this new Way a Zino pads quickly relieve pain atop shoe friction and pressure prevent corns sore toes ease new or tight shoes. 630�5 softer than before separate medication included for quickly removing coma or Call Uaea. Coat but a trifle new Cru fact Syf t or Scholls Lino pads notice of Sale of land pursuant to the Power vested in the undersigned trustee by virtue of a certain deed of Trust executed by Belle Johnson to thee. W Sprinkle trustee for the High Point perpetual building St loan association dated the 7th Day of May 1938, and duly recorded in the offices of the Register of deeds of Guilford county. North Carolina in Book 843. Page 191. Default having been made and according to the terms the Holder of the note secured thereby having requested foreclosure of this said deed of Trust the undersigned will offer for Sale in front of the municipal building in the City of High Point North Carolina on Friday May 26. 1939. At la 30 a m or As soon thereafter As May be and will sell to the highest bidder for Cash a certain tract or parcel of land bounded and described As follows High Point township Guilford county North Carolina. Beginning at a stake on the South Side of East Lexington Avenue which said stake is located 120 feet West of the Southwest intersection of Bridges Street and East Lexington Avenue thence South la degrees 32�?T West 111 feet to a stake thence North 80 degrees 30 West 37.10 feet to a stake thence North 20 degrees 7�?T West 81 feet to a stake in East Lexington Avenue thence along East Lexington Avenue North 76 degrees 43 East 69 feet North 79 degrees is East 40 feet to the beginning. According to a Survey of said properly prepared by we. F Freeman. Engineer March 1937 and being lots nos. 193 and 194 in a North a Northeast addition to the City of High Point a c., according to a plat thereof recorded in the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county. N In plat Book 3, Page 379. See also Book 735. Page 646 604-1u2. 364-535. Etc. A 5% Cash Deposit will be required As evidence of Good Faith. This the 26th Day of april 1939. Thos. W Sprinkle. Trustee. Thos w. Sprinkle attorney. May 1-8-15-22. Notice of Sale under foreclosure under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage deed executed by Mary Wolg Stenberry Edwards Aud d. N. Edwards her . To Lewis e Teague dated August 23. 1928. Aud duly recorded in Book 641, Page 159, in the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county North Carolina and pursuant to the Power conferred by Law upon the undersigned administer matrix of Lewis e Teague deceased mortgagee default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by said mortgage deed the undersigned administer matrix of said deceased mortgagee will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash at the court House door of Guilford county at Greensboro North Carolina at 2 of clock p. In. Or wednesday. June 7, 1939. The following described property located in High Point township. Guilford county North Carolina and More particulars described As follows being Iota Noe. 30 thirty and 3l> thirty one of the Roy Bundy lands and for a further and More particular description see plat Book no. 7 Anc Page 27. Said lots Are 25 feet wide and 2w feet deep and they face the East Auh of North Street. The terms of Sale rash this property will be sold subject u All unpaid taxes. This the 8th Day of May 1938 Margaret r. Teague administer matrix of Lewis e Teague deceased mortgagee Rupert t. Pickens attorney. 3-1722-29 a

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