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A fire la a trailer Friday about
midaiglil caiufd Pal Baa*. a (to
drat at AppaUchiaa State Teach
er* Collage, from Chadbaurn. a
*2,000 loas, according to Howard
Cottrell, Boooe'a fire chief
The law wai partly covered by
Origla of the fire wai unknown,
bat H w*» speculated that the
fire Mailed from a atova la the
trailer. The trailer was parked la
the trailer park off Hardin (treat
la east Boone, alooc with aeveral
other trailara. The flame* ware
confined to Mr. Baai' trailer, how
ever, aad anrtij trailara urapad
oaoearn far them before the fir*
wit brought under control by tkc
• The alarm ml sounded about II
o'clock, and routed several *»e*>
tators from their beds or fioa
Mr. Bass stated he had just re
cently completed painting the
trailer. He was not at home at
the tine the fire began, he said,
and could not Mr haw * started
Another blase, earlier in the
day cauafd the ewluatear firemen
to be called out. Roofing com
pound at Mountain Burley Ware
house No. 1 had caught fire, and
though the Maae could be seen
for (one distance, the damage was1
confined to its containers by the
Dr. Wright h Honored
In Masonic Ceremonies
Dr. X G. Wright «u honored bjr
hia follow Maaona Friday night,
when they praaented him with a
life-membership certificate to the
Snow Lodge Ml at a banquet meet
ing held la honor of George Waah
ington'i birthday. The supper waa
at the Boone Trail Banquet Room.
The He*. J. K. Parker, Jr., give
a speech on George Waahlngton.
and pointed out that he waa a Mat
ter Mason, citing aeveral Incidents
in the first Preaident's life that
ah owed be lived the life expected
of a Mason.
A. k Smith made the presen
tation of the certificate to Dr.
Wright, and told of the work he
had done in the old Watauga Lodge
and the Snow Lodge. According
to the records, Dr. Wright waa tai
nted into the Watauga Lodge April
7, 1022, 35 yeara ago. He received
hia aecead degree May S of the
aame year and the 3rd degree the
same month, on the nineteenth.
Dr. Wright la a past master of
Snow Lodge Ml. He la alao a paat
deputy grand raaater of thia dia
trict. He is a certified lecturer
in masonry, and haa ben reapon
alble for aeeing that many of the
present members have had proper
instruction in their degrees.
Mr. Smith pointed out that Dr.
Wright had not only been active
in Maeon work in the community,
but that he had been a leading
figure in almost all the community
life. Dr. Wright has been connec
ted with Boy Scout work in some
capacity for many yean, having
Just retired aa chairmain of the
His work in the Baptist church
has been outstanding. Mr. Smith
said, and he has been a deacon
In that denomination for several
Attending the banquet were the
wives of Masons, and other guests.
About 70 were present to see Dr.
Hoyle Davis, past master of
Snow Lodge 36S, presided, and gave
the address of welcome. Mrs. T.
Milt Greer responded for the via
Dr. L W. Carpenter, senior dea
con of the lodge, in giving the
benediction, used a pnyer by
George Washington, which he
used in a letter to the governors
of the states when he disbanded
the army after the Revolutionary
ABOUT YOUR HOME
If you arc lueky to have several
apple tree* in your yard, yqji have
probably already put away apple
sauce, dried apples, baked canned
apples and Just plain canned ap
ples for future use.
Apples may be combined with
raspberries or cranberries to make
a fine complement to fowl or pork.
Small spiced apples, often colored
a bright red, five a festive touch
to any meal.
Apple Juice and cider are two
possibilities. Apple Juice la deli
cious served cold by itself or com
bined with slmost any other fruit
When choosing apples for Juice
or cider, remember that the vari
eties with the most Juice give the
greatest yield and see easier to
work with. Apples with a yellow
color dopt make a Juice or cider
with as good a color as re-fruited
To list a few varieties of rpples
that are very good for canning
and preserving of all kinds, Wlne
sapp, Mcintosh, Joanathan, Bald
win and Wealthy.
Hie cultivation of apples is
wide. It is practiced in the U. S.
and Canada wherever general
agriculture Is practical. The sp
plc cannot be counted on to hold
its own in any section where the
tempersture goes down with fre
quency to twenty degrees below. It
seems that long, hot summers are
aa trying to apple trees as cold
The apple can be grown with
some success in almost every ag
ricultural soil in North America,
except In light sands and black
One young designer hu created
a line of wool dresses akffg classic
lines, in dark and light basic col
era, that cm be changed in appear
ance completely by changing the
collar cuffs, belt or Jeweled studs
to tailored studs.
Each dress comes with a pair of
change-about accsssoriee. The girl
with Imagination and a way with
• needle can make even more
changes possible. These dresses
sell for around fifty dollars and
are worth every penny.
This change-about business has
be sow* very popular. It all began
with the basic black drees and the
crses for costume Jewelry. This
was a good many yam back and
yet the working girl In lar£ cities
to still taktaf advantage of this
trick to look glamorous (or aa
important date even when there
hat been no tfcae to go boaso to
All shades of scarlet are import
ant In ttM fashion picture this fall
and winter. The red velvet shoe
will be «orn with all kind* of
cocktail clothes. Along with the
return of the velvet shoe come* a
demand for crystal jewelry of all
kinds. The envelope bag for even
ing is a must.
The velvet evening suit will be
popular for all ages. Many are
trimmed with satin, heavy, im
ported lace or fur. It Is never wlae
to economise when you are baying
a garment made of velvet If you
can't afford a good suit, made of
the best quality fabric, you will be
wise to settle for something else.
If you have a really good figure,
get a sleek Jersey sheath cut high
in front and low In beck. Thia la
something new and very effective
on a young girl.
If you are in the proceaa of re
painting your home, be sure to fill
empty nail-poliah bottles with
some of each color you are using.
'your walk you are Mt to do a
touch-up Job yourself The small
brush i« Just tive fight the
When frsning any article trim
mad with triage. you will find a
hairbrush will halt you do a muck
The tangled, hard to-pre« fringe
can be dampened aad amoothed
dowa with the brush Then it 1%
aa easy matter to press it to look
aa good aa new.
Have you evwr^urehaaed youg
art, thinking it waa more nutri
tious than milk? Or perhaps
bought *10016" to molt away your
(at? Are you afraid to eat fish
and milk together? Have you tried
following some of the "miracle re
ducing diet" plans' "If ao," aays
Mr*. Rachel H. Ferguson, extension
nutritionist at State Collage, "you
have Joined the growing ranks of
food faddiata and need to brush
up oa some food facts."
"Start the New Year right, a 17J
control your weight," says Mrs.
rerguaoa "If you need to gain
or to loae, do. but gain or lose
in the safe, sound way that con
tributes to good health."
The way to do this, explains Mrs.
Ferguson, la to eat each day a
variety of foods which will supply
the nutrients your body needs, and
at the same time watch the cal
ories. Only 100 calories a day
more than a person needs can
lead to a gala of 10 pounds a year,
while too few calories can keep
an underweight person from gain
ing desired weight. Mrs. Ferguson
recommends that you consult your
doctor to help determine your
"Whatever you do,' warns Mrs.
Ferguson, "don't follow fads."
Many erroneous beliefs develop
wfc« m«i1M "health experts'
■Ml fend quack* give high elates
to certain products or diet plans
What is their interest? According
to Mrs. Ferguson, it's not your
health. as they claim—it s their
oro/ita. Last ycir a n estimated
10,000.000 people spent a half bil
lion dollars on so-called "wonder
foods "Hod "diet supplements " Not
only docs the pocket hook suffer,
hot more important, so does one's
"Thtak twice before you accept
all advertiser's claiau," Mrs Ferg
uson cautions. Head labels and
turn your back on fads and fan
cies Plan a well-balanced diet that
you can liv* by. and follow it. At
the end of the year 1097. yon"11
be glad you did."
The Watauga Raccoon Club will
hold a business meeting st the
Parkway Company in Boose Fri
day, March 1, at 8 p. m. Secretary
Kenneth Linney urges all mem
bers to attend.
KAREN, 6 month* old daughter of
Mr. »nd Mrs. Jack Shew of Vilai.
From the portrait camera of Pal