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?| ?OCK METHODIST
Br H. E Spenee, Paator.
Sunday aervirea *t 11:00 a. m
Serwoa toeie: "Self fttaciDllne "
IT. Nun or IK a nu
I C1MWAL CHURCH
The Rev. C. W. Courtney, prieat
Sunday? 8:00 and 11:00 a. m.
Wednesday and Holy Day? ? 8:00
The Rev. Alvin A. Wilaon, partor.
Pirat and third Sunday! ? Liberty
?t 10:00 a.m.; Valle Crucla at 11:00
Second and fourth Sundays?
Mabel at 10:00 a.m.; Henaon'a
Chapel at 11:00 a.m.
Pint and third Sundayi ? Pine
6 rove at 3:30 p. m.
rr. MART'S EPISCOPAL
Blowlag Rock, N. C.
Rev. C. Ward Courtaey
11 a. *. aervice each Sunday un
8 a. m. Holy Communion each
BLOWING ROCK BAPTIST
The Rev. G. Carlton Cox, paator.
Sunday ? Sunday School at 10:00
t. m.; worship aervice at 11:00 a.
av; evening aervice at 7:30 o'clock;
Traiainc Union at 4M p. m.
Wedneaday? Choir rehearaal at
7:00 p. m.; prayer meeting at 8:0C
proffits grove baptist
Sunday School each Sunday at
Worthip each flrtt Sunday night
at 0:30 o'clock; each third Sunday
at 11:00 a.m.
Clarence Cole, luperintendent or
Raymond Hendriz, pastor.
ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL
The Rev. W. Todd FerneyhouA,
l*t aid 3rd Sundaya ? Holy Cam
Bunion at 10:30 a.m.
2nd, 4th. and Sth Sunday* ?
Morning Prayer and Church
Church School? 0:18 a.m.
Friday ? Holy Communion, 5:00
Holy Bay*, Holy Communion,
ADVEVT CHRISTIAN CHURCH
The Rev. Floyd N. Boston, paator.
Sunday School ? 0:49 a.m.
Morning Worship? 10:48 a.m.
Youth Fellowship ? 6:10 p.m.
Evening W/OTship ? 7:30 pjn.
Prayer Meeting? 7:30 p.m.
st. n.tsABrnrs catholic
Sunday Mas* at 0:00 a.m.
4th Sunday? 11:00 a. m ? Frtee* !
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4th Sunday? 7:30 p. at. Betlsel
The Rev. Raymond Hendrbi,
Marian fireone, Sunday School1
??? at 10 oo
am; preaching flnt and second
Sundayi at 11:00 aja.; Training
Union at 0:90 p.m.
Wednesday night |
at 7:00 o'clock.
The Rev. J. K. Parker, Jr., paitor.
Sunday School at 9.49 a n .;
Morning Worship at 11:00 otlod
A nunery ia kept for small chil
dren during the woohlp service.
Westminster Fellowship at S:4B
p.m.; Youth Fellowship at 6:00
p.m.; PliMif FeQewihip at 0:00
Circles of the Women of the
Church meet the first Monday of'
each month; general meeting each
Presbyterian prayer service, c'iai
CHURCH or nmn-iMM
iota Alia Thura?K iiHfll?t.
Sunday ? Bible Study at 10:00
*.m.;Wonhlp and Communion at
11:00 a.m.; Evening Worship ser
vice* at 1M.
Thursday? Bible Study at 7:>0
The Rev. A. Blake Brlnkerhoff,
940? Hen's Class Coffee Hour.
10:00? Church School
11:00? Morning Worship
&00? Youth Fellowship Pre
6:45? Youth Fellowship Snack
9: IS p.m.? Choir practice
:30 p.m.? Prayer a ad study
> ajeetlng. )
BOONE METHODIST CHURCH
The Rev. Preston Hughes, A-,
?:S0 ? Coffee and Doughnut*
# 45? Church School.
8:00? Wesley Foundation supper
f SO ? Junior and Senior High
.44 p. *. ? PiitorsI counseling
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Service at 11:00 a. m.
Training Uaioa at 7:00 p. m.
Choir practice at 7: SO p. m. oa
OTR8T BAPTIST CHURCir
The Rev. J. Boyoe Brooks, pastor.
Sunday School at S:40 a.m.
Morning Worship at 10:50 aja.
Evening Worship at 0:00 p.m.
Training Union at 0:45 p.m.
MEET CRADE-A STATE AND FEDERAL
May mead Blocks
Are Made With Our Completely New,
Fully Automatic Block Machiae
YOU CANNOT FIND BETTER BLOCKS
We Invite You To Come In And See Our
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BOONE, N J C. AM 4-3618
BANQUET. ? Ronnie Brooki, left. faculty ^inr at Appalachian Stat* Tttfceia CaUec* Student Council
pwei with lenders of the group during yeai -end banquet at the college. Left to right are Brook, of
?anfortf, BUI MmWUn ef Co-.cord, pmMeot-eiect of the atufeat Mr; "?? Champion at Fore* City,
out-f?in? president; and La* K Pritehett. toaatmaater at the banquet
Dr. Barden Representing
College At Penn. State
Dr. John G. Bardan, professor of
education at Appalachian State
Teacher* College, la representing
the college this week at the con
ference sponsored by the National
Commission of Tachers Education
and Professional Standards, Na
tional Education Association, being
held on the campus of the Pennsyl
ranis State University, University
Park, Pennsylvania, June 20-24.
Conference participation is by
invitation only. ' Representatives
designated by teacher education I
institutions, state education associa
tions, state dUMirtmenta of educa
tion, and national professional or-j
ganixatioaa have received invita
tions to participate.
The Pennsylvania Conference
will be the sixteenth annual con
ference sponsored by the National
Commission on Teacher Education
and Profeasional Standards, Dr.
Barden said. He continued: "It
will be devoted to a critical analy
sis of the recommendations in 'New
Horizons for the Teaching Profes
sion,' the report of the task force
appointed by the commission for
a one-year atudy. Ua purposes ware
to identify the essential procedures
and goals for the next decade, and
to spell out the role of the profes
sion In achieving these goals and
in axsuming responsibility lor as
suring the competence of its mem
bers; in short, to delineate the
stops the teaching profession must
take to advance standards to the
point of achieving autonomy in the
determination and management of
its own profeaaional affairs."
The conference will consist of
thirty to forty study groups. The
composition of each group will be
The annual Memorial Service
will be held at the Jont Brown
Cemetery Sunday, June 29, at 10
?. m. Services will be conducted
by the Rev. Bex Watt, pastor of
the Perkiaaville Baptist Church.
AU interested persona are invit
ed to attend.
All tboae who have relatives bur
ied there are asked to help clean
up the cemetery early Friday mora
At St. Mary's of the Hills in
Blowinc Rock on Thursday, June
22, there will be an open house
from 4 until ? o'clock in honor of
the new minister, the Rev. Ward
Courtney. The public la Invited.
Y COMMUNION LUTHERAN
The Rev. James D. Bayne, pastor.
Sunday Schol at 10:00 a. m.
a. m? Mrs Dojrte Araette, orfan
REINS ? STURDIVANT
4M Eaat King St.
PImm AMherat MSM
Can N?w Increaae Their
Bvtal huuruec with
OF INSURANCE DESIGNED
TO SUfPlKMNT lTMII
PRESENT BURIAL ASSOCIA
TION COVERAGE AT A MINI
MUM OF COST TO TOLL
at I cwt t? you m *mty Ifc
fact amnl la eaae of acd
In caaa of accidental toU.
Al?^S14U? WM? ^ppajtertlon
tVdfe Bk per $Mt.M
Face Amennt >
broadly representative of the total
teaching profession. Each partici
pant will be assigned <? owe study
group throughout the conference.
In addition t?" individual group
study, other features of the con
ference organization will be gen
eral sessions, panels, and speakers.
"The Pennsylvania conference is
visualized by NCTEPS as a means
of bringing to bear the thinking of
key leaders of the teaching pro
fession upon the report," Dr. Bard
en stated, "with two major pur
poses of the deliberations:
"(1) To make recommendations
to NCTEPS with regard to devel
opment of soun^l policy statement*
and effective action programs, to
implement agreements derived
from the task force report, and
"(2) To assist NCTEPS in pro
jecting an Integrated program of
imptemenations, nation-wide in
scope, for the ensuing academic
year. The conference is the 'kick
off of a series of activities which
will unfold during the academic
year 1M1-1M2 and thereafter."
Mrs. Barden will accompany Dr.
Bar den to Pennsylvania.
LONG TRIP FOR POPCORN
Denver ? It's been 21 months
since Mrs. Betty Coslow's husband,
Jess, went to get a bag of popcorn.
Mrs. Coslow testified in divorce
court that they went to a movie
together and after the first feature
her husband left to go to the lobby
to get popcorn. That's the last she
saw him. ?
Her request for divorce is under
To Spend Week
At Ga. Island
Mr. ind Mrs. Jake Caudill and
Mr. and Mra. .Stanley A. Harm left
Wednesday morning (or a week's
stay at Jaykll Island, Ga. (just off
the coast from Brvaswiek, Ga.)
They are attending the annual con
vention of Key Producers Club,
Sturdivant Life Insurance Ce.
Mr. Caudill aad Mr. Harris are
qualified members of the Key Pro
ducers Club ? which has produced
for Watauga county ? Stanley Har
ris Agency ? more than a million
Mtlzii of insurance in force now
though the agency was started only
three years ago.
Joe Louis calls New York lax.
backs boxing czar.
Times ?f London calls for strong
Richard Mattar, formerly of Hot
Spring?. Arkansas. now of blow
ing Rock, sao ?f Mr. awl Mm ?t?
S. Mattar, la winner of the coveted
J. C. Merrimon award for scholar
ship, at Onto School a Ardan.
N. C. He alao won the highest 1
average scholarship prize of the
entire .student body.
Richard is a member of Chriat
School Choir. "The Brata" base
ball team, "Brata" fotball squad,
and is going out for soccer.
Bv E. H SIMS
What Is the significance of the
closeness of the lines on weather
When the Hnes on the weather
map m your newspaper are close
together (these lines are isobars)
that Means pressure changes are
great. Isobars are merely lines
connect! ag points on the map
which have reported the same bar
If the pressure differential Is
great, even over a Aort distance,
winds, and probably stiff ones. ..re
sure to be encountered. Vhat
means for all practical purposes,
that the top of the great layer of
gases surrounding the earth is ex
tremely hilly, so that air rushes
from high peaks <nto the valleys
nearby at great speed.
This speed, or wind velocity,
causes heavy wind. If the incline
is not steep ? the lines (or isobars)
not close together ? then the wind
will flow more slowly, down a
more gradual incline at the top of
the layer of gas above you.
If you're not
getting service ~
like this, switch^
now to our ?=?
Oil Heat Service!
R. D. HODg?S;ir.
Dealer ESSO Products -wxtchdot
AM 4-8M1 BOONE, N. C.
Willie Wiredhand Says:
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$25.00 Worth For The
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Woter Heating is
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See your favorite Appliance Dealer before June 30, 1961
and Buy your new Range and Water Heater. Many Deal
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pliances, Cookware sets ets. during this promotion period.
Buy Today and Start Living Better - Electrically
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& , t
Cooperatjng Appliance Dealers
If We Can't Sell It, Give It Back U> the Indian,
Have Demand For Small Botlira? lka Far Parma
Cde Insurance & Realty
Dial AM 4-8256 ? 217 Main Street
1? LITTLE COWBOY'S DREAM ? Hunting. fisMag, 12 acre* ?
at land, with 0-10 tobacco base Goad ? room rouse, bath,
BOW barn, located about 9 Katies eat Oa good Mack top
reed WW trudj or seH straight
X ? JUST A PITCH AMD PUTT from Boone's new golf course; '
large wooded leta wttb water; alao, summer cottages from
H0OO ay to 99JI09, including new furnishings and land.
J? NEW I BEDROOM HOUSE. 2 hate, large fireplace, carport, I
utility room. Located JuM oat ef city limits oa paved street.
City water. Moathly payments enly <09. . h
4? WILL TRADE TOR GOOD SMALL FARM? 3 bed room
home, 1 acre la ad located in PerkinsviMe.
5 ? COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND LOT ? Located Just out
side city limits aa Highway 431. Over 4.000 aq. feat Ideal
far warehouse or garage Immediate possession.
ft? GOOD GOING BUSINESS? General Store and aervlce station.
Located on highway 221 aad 003 about 17 miles from Boone.
WO! sell stock and building. Immediate possesslea. ? Meal
far hasbaad and wife.
7? SUMMER SPECIAL? Ideal for couple, one bedroom, kit
chen, bath, frosting aa small lake just 4 miles out, Vt mile
from Parkway. $1905.00.
ft? l^ROOM HOUSE, 3 baths, 1 acre land, located about I
mile out of town on highway. Price 97,900.
ft? NEW BUSINESS BUILDING AND LOT located In heart of
Boone. Ideal for stare, sbofl.
10? ATTENTION. CATTLEMEN? We have 00 acre farm in the
highest state of cultivation, all in grass .with new large
barn, good house with bath, located an good hard surface
road. Priced for quick sale.
11 ? QUALITY IS THE WORD? New 3 bed room brick. 2 baths,
large living room, with fire place, car port, corner lot in
restricted area. Immediate possession.
12 ? "MAY' be lift Orchard Street erill fit your needs. S large
bedrooms, large living room, den, full basement with hot
water beat, storm windows, located one block from campus.
13 ? GOOD GOING RESTAURANT? including new equipment.
Owner selling due to health. Priced for quick sale.
14? READY FOR OCCUPANCY? 3 bedroom, bath, basement,
automatic heat 5 acres of land.
lft? OWNER WAS TRANSFERRED to Ashevffle: Price has
been reduced $1900. Good 3 bedroom. Bath, hot air heat, ga
rage, basement, located Howard Street. Price $11,900. G. I.
loan can be assumed with monthly payments of $89.00.
18 ? OWNER WANTS TO SELL? 20 acres of land, good 2 bed
room house, bath, completely remodeled. Located 12 mile*
out oa good state road. $2000.00 down and move in. Hurry
and get this bargain.
17? HAVE CLIENT that winti two bed room near college.
18?23 ACRES of tome of the beat faa land in Watauga
county. 12 acre* under cultivation, balance in good boundry
of White Pine, overlooking U. S. Parkway, in Bamboo. Two
20? TOO GOOD TO LAST? New 8 bedroom, carpet wall to
wall, carport, large level lot with city water and aewage.
Monthly payraenti $51.00. Will accept 2nd mortgage.
21? GOOD GOING BUSINESS that nets $5500 per year. Prioed
or quick sale, does not require full time with the buaineaa.
22 ? V4 BLOCK FROM CAMPUS? Good 8 bedroom brick. 1H
bath with hot water heat. Private apartment completely
furnished. Priced for quick sale.
24?3 BED ROOM HOUSE with fire place, dining room, garage,
large utility room, basement, just outside city limits.
25? 8 MILES EAST OF BOONE? 3 bed room, bath, automatic
heat, car port, 5 acre* land.
28? ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS? 8 bed room brick, 1%
baths, large living room with fire place. Price $13,000.
27 ? PERKINSVILLE ? S bedroom stone. 2 baths, small apart
ment i a basement, carpet Lot 100 z 200. Monthly pay
ments $62.00. G. I. loan can be assumed.
28? LARGE S BED ROOM HOUSE? S hatha, atom windows,
large corner lot Next to eellege campus.
29? AN EIGHT ROOM RANCH is headline news, all on one
fleer There are 3 bad rooms with eastern Wilt-ins and 8
ceramic baths. The kitches with its built in stove, refriger
ator, and dishwasher; has eating area, large family Mam
11x27. Double garage with automatic doors, 3 acre lot with
30?3 BED ROOM, bath, hot air heat, carport, wall to. wall
carpet. City water and aewage. Small down payment.
41.? ISO FOOT COMMERCIAL LOT located oa Howard Street
Just behtod a new Bank. Meal tar leeatien tor say type of
42.? DONT MISS SEEING THIS 3 BED ROOM, Two bath, all
brick home. One year old, full basement, carport, large
flagstone patio. Can be taught for $3,000 less than actual
43? THINGS ARE GREEN INC UP OUT IN THE COUNTRY.
If you are looking for a heme in the country, we offer this
3- bedroom house located oa 8 acres of had, chicken house
that will handle 4,000 chickens, ? mUes eaat of looaa. Good
financing, a country home that will pay Ma way.
44? ONE BLOCK FROM COLLEGE CAMPUS? S bedroom brick,
2 baths, large lot. O. I. lean at 4V4%, aioathly
$87.09. Pisssssisa to As? at
48? SMALL DAIRY FARM TOR SALE? Good 6 room
dairy barn and alio. Price $14,800.
47? PERKINSVILLE? Good 3 bed room brick, bath, garage,
famishing! if noeded. $1599 down, balance can ha fiaaaced.
48? GOOD t BEDROOM STONE House, hot water heat, located 1
block from cantos. Only $1990 down, total price $9809
Priced far quick sale.
78 TOOT FRONTAGE on West Howard Street, Jest acrosa from
the new A ft P Market One ?( the best bastaess district
25 Vm * S'4%