The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 10, 1968 · Page 113
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November 10, 1968

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 113

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Sunday, November 10, 1968
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You Can Reap Big Benefits From Home Gardening Robert Pryor family, of He shares his professional and The jojo wennart Kd., suburban young person who has his own nature and the recreation a . garden. The "I did it mvself" nnlv a feu? mi are teenagers to eat spinach or than in leisure-time interest with hie feeling of accomplishment, the Mrs. Pryor added that it is fhS When " fresh fr0m a wrden," ,he said. N7h TO? """V" ,h? 0ut most ear in this knowledge of the balance of much easier to induct he 0f"; a wh , , , Many varie,les 'nilta and Nrth' grWn ,hr0ush- f Florida. You Bet a whole Io more vegetables, restricted to a f . Z - I 1 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10 196HU Lane worth, grows cucumbers, watermelon and Indian corn in the summer, and radishes, tomatoes and squash in the winter. They are typical of many families in the Palm Beaches who find south Florida's lush, tropical climate ideal for the cultivation of a home garden. The south Florida gardener can grow anything from delicate orchids to the hardiest cabbage. The Pryors prefer, for the most part, to grow fruits and vegetables for practical, culinary purposes. The head of the Pryor household is one of Palm Beach bounty's agricultural agents. wife Ruth and four teenagers, Susie, Robert, Peggy and sy. Three of the youngsters are active members of the 4-H club and spend much of their spare time in gardening and other 4-H projects. Betsy, 13, is due to receive the all-county award for horticulture. Her project was the care and cultivation of a small vegetable garden. The Pryors' yard, like many others in this area, abounds with such delectable treats as mangos, avocados, blackberries and oranges. Mrs. Pryor said there are many advantages for the WTIAL AND OAAAA :ONDITIONIN Y a BE0! pMJA OTP r- -jk Hh Wh) I r ifiS--'- 2 GREAT NAMES WAITING TO SERVE YOU BOUNTIFUL HARVEST A bo ve, Robert Pryor sprays a tree laden with Kent mangos, while below, Susan Pryor, left, and her sister Betsy EhrTh 1aPP,,ytft'rti,iz(,r t0 cucumber patch. This kind of tender loving care keeps the Pryors well stocked with fresh fruits and vegeta- cos idf 'Si 11 mm i IS! 15 Plate Policy The legislature has recognized "Sunshine State" as Florida's slogan by requiring its use on license plates. The state Motor Vehicle Commissioner determines the colors used for each year's plates. OUR RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONING DEPARTMENT IS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE YOU CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING SHEET METAL WORK VENTILATION 24 HOUR SERVICE DEPT. RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS I "THIS '(op IRS IF YOU WANT IT MOVED JUST CALL 832-6156 1 COMPLETE STORAGE FACILITIES U & ME TRANSFER, inc. EST. 1923 262S ELECTRONIC WAT WEST PftLM BEACH, FL1. " A" iftiiri lift iiijijh ifcii wii.ftLj

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