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All Counties Will Be Shown
On Honor Rolls Of Big Ship
Kaleigh ? All 100 of North Cwo
Una's counties will be represented
on three separate U. S. S. North
Carolina honor rolls wheh suffi
> cient funds materialise for the
preparation of exhibit* aboard the
Watauga County will have 27
names on the principal honor roll,
which will cover the servicemen
from the county who died in
World War U. Of this number
from Watauga County, 21 died
while serving in the Army and
the Air Force and 0 died in com
bat serving with the Navy, Marines,
and Coast Guard.
The Army and Air Force list
bears the names of 4,880 indivi
dual North Carolinians who were
killed in action or died of wounds.
The official Navy, Marine Corps,
and Coast Guard list carries 1,369
from the state dead in combat and
14 dead in prison camps. All 0,063
will be listed individually by
county aboard ship when the
Battleship Commission is able to
carry out its plans.
Another of the county by county
rosters contemplated for the Battle
ship Memorial is the list of schools
that participated 100% in the
school drive to save the ship.
The third honor list planned for
permanent display will be the Ad
mirals of the North Carolina Navy.
This group is made up of persons
who have donated as much as $100
or raised as much as )500 to save
the U. S. S. North Carolina,
scheduled by the Navy to be scrap
ped on July 1, 1961. The Admirals
receive their commission directly
from the Governor of North Caro
lina, and they will be given life
time free admission to the Battle
ship Memorial at Wilmington.
Each county has at least one
Admiral named by Governor San
ford to head the drive for funds
in the county. James Marsh of
Boone is Admiral of the Fleet for
Governor Terry Sanford and
Battleship Commission Chairman
Hugh Morton have commended
Marsh for his leadership in the
drive to raise Watauga County's
share of the state goal of $290,
000, and have urged civic and
patriotic organizations and indivi
duals in the county to lend him
every possible assistance. All have
stressed that contributions in any
amount to the Battleship Fund wiU
! be gratefully received. ^
Good In Tenn.
Johnson County, Tenn., straw
berries are now in full production.
Late frosts did considerable dam
age to fmiiting patches, especially
in Shady Valley. The untimely
late frosts during the last week of
May actually froze some fairly well
developed berries. So far, yields
are slightly less than 1960.
The price of strawberries this
year is reasonable and the quality
is generally good. There are a
great many small growers through
out the county. Anyone interested
in getting from a few gallons to a
good truck load will find what
berries they want in Johnson
County. Most growers will have
strawberries through the 24th of
June. Some of the high altitude
growers will be later. The time
to get your strawberries for freez
ing and canning is duiang the next
10 days. Each year, many people
wanting strawberries put off buy
ing then; until the crop is gone.
Contact the county agent's of
fice in Mountain City. We will be
glad to help you find the straw
berries you want.
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COM! IN TODAVI
BOONE, N^C. ?
Wect Jefferson ? lire. Sallie Par
licr Huddler, 79, of Crumpler,
widow of J. L. Huddler, died Sun
day at her home.
She was born in Watauga Coun
ty to Jim and Martha Norris Par
lier. She wai married in 1003. Her
huaband died in I860.
Surviving are ? daughter, Mrs.
Ernie Adams of West Grove, Pa.;
three sons, J. B. Huddler of the
home, Roscoe Huddler of Cali
fornia and Harold Huddler of
Newark, Del.; four brothers, John,
Coy and Cloyd Parlier of Watauga
County and Charlie Parlier of Ad
kins, Va.; 14 grandchildren and
Mrs. Huddler was a member of
the Healing Springs Baptist
The funeral was conducted at
11 a. m. Tuesday at the Healing
Springs Baptist Church by the
Rev. W. E. Denney and the Rev.
Paul Phipps. Burial was In the
Washington ? A House sub-com
mittee will cqnduct hearings
Thursday on a North Carolina
congressman's request for a $39,
000 study of a proposal to extend
the Blue Ridge Parkway south
west from North Carolina into
Rep. Roy Taylor of the 12th
District introduced the legislation.
He asked that the National Park
Service study the possibility of
extending the scenic route from
Tennessee Bald or Beech Gap in
Western North Carolina through
Cashiers and Highlands into Geor
The survey would include an
estimate of the cost of construct
ing the proposed segment.
The National Parks subcommit
tee* of the House Interior Com
mittee will conduct hearings on
Soviet pressing for shift of U.
N. to Vienna.
RECITAL. ? Irwin Freundlich, who will present a piano recital in
the Fine Arts Building at Appalachian State Teachers College this
evening (Thurs.), at 8:00 o'clock. Mr. Freundlich is conducting a two
weeks workshop at the college.
Juilliard Musician Will
Conduct Piano Workshop
Irwin Freundlich, distinguished
member of the piano department
at Juilliard School of Music, will
direct a piano workshop at Appa
lachian State Teachers College
Coordinator of the workshop
will be Earny P. Hotard, Jr., pia
no and organ instructor of ASTC't
Freundlich, who conducted a
successful workshop on the Ap
palachian campus last summer,
has taught at Juilliard Bince 1936.
He has conducted "master classes"
at Bennington College in Vermont
since 1953 and has written and
He has collaborated with James
Friskin on "Music for the Piano,"
a comprehensive manual to the
repertoire from 1590 to 1952, a
book used widely throughout the
On June 22, Freundlich will pre
sent a recital in the college Fine
On June 29, his wife, Lillian
Freundlich pianist will present a
recital.. Mrs. Freundlich is active
in New York City teaching piano
and concert izing.
Sparta To Vole
On ABC Stores
Raleigh ? A bill permitting the
town of Sparta in Alleghany Coun
ty to vote on the question of ABC
stores became law yesterday when
it passed its second and third
readings in the Senate.
The measure, introduced by
Rep. Vance Choate of Alleghany
County, authorizes the Board of
County Commissioners to call for
an ABC election on receipt of a
petition bearing names equal in
number to IS per cent of the num
ber of votes cast in the laat gen
eral election. The bill passed the
House last - week.
Then.- was no debate on this
measure in the Senate. Sen. Gor
don Winkler, whose district in
cludes Alleghany County, neither
supported or opposed the measure.
After the voice vote he rose to re
quest that he be recorded as vot
peaches are the
peaches 'n cream
The sweelest, juiciest peaches
are in every spoonful of pit
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Chamber Commerce News
By HERMAN W. WILCOX
The Conservation and Develop
ment Advertising Department, un
der the leadership of Governor
Terry Sanford, prepared a one
minute transcription describing
the outstanding attractions in our
State, which was sent to every
radio station in the state with a
request for them to use during the
The transcription described two
of the three state's outdoor dramas,
and left out any mention of "Horn
in the West" This office noted
the error through the fine cooper
ation of our local radio station. The
matter was immediately handled
with the Governor's office, and they
assured it was an oversight and
that every effort would be made to
We have requested them to send
out another release to the radio
stations calling attention to our
A little later releases will be
made to out of the state radio sta
tions and television stations, which
will have reference to our drama.
Thanks for the many friends who
helped in getting this corrected.
Manteo Te Murphy
Through the fine cooperation of
Hiss George Wilcox of the Appa
lachian Poster Compsny, we have
arranged to use 49 billboards from
Manteo to Knoxville, Tennessee.
We have designed a new poster
for the boards to promote Boone
and "Horn In the West."
Majority of these outdoor agen
cies have contributed free space
on these boards during July and
August. This is the widest outdoor
billboard advertising this area has
ever had. This should do much to
increase our attendance.
We spent some time with Jean
ette Reid, feature writer for the
Winston-Salem Journal and Senti
nel, who will do a full page story
on Boone and Watauga county,
touching on various economics of
our county, such as agriculture,
livestock, manufacturing and tour
ist. The article should sppear in
the next couple weeks Sunday is
Resolution In Our Behalf
A joint resolution by the State
Senate and House of Representa
tives was presented and adopted
June 13, declaring the Uit week
in June u official North Carolina
Summer Theatre Week. The reso
lution named the Lost Colony, Unto
These HUla, and Horn in the Weat.
Reading In part:
"Whereat, These theatres are an
integral part of our culture and
entertainment in North Carolina
and provide a tremendous tourist
attraction to our great State:
"The General Assembly of North
Carolina, in recognition of the con
tribution! made by various theatre
groupi, and to declare the laat
week in June of each year as "the
official North Carolina Summer
The notation waa signed by H.
Cloyd Philpott, President of the
Senate, Joseph If. Hunt, Jr., Speak
er of the House of Representative*.
Dairy Products Second In
List Of Foods Consumed
Dairy products ranked second on
the list of foods consumed by the
average American last year. So
it's not surprising that well over
230,000 young cooks whipped up
tasty dairy dishes as part of the
4-H foods project.
These food specialists are 4-H
Club members enrolled in a pro
gram which teaches how to de
monstrate the making of nutriti
ous, appetizing and attractive
meals, snacks, drinks, salads and
the like from dairy products.
The North Carolina 4-H girls are
now in the process of presenting
dairy food demonstrations in dis
trict competition. The district win
ners will come to Raleigh in July
and participate in the state con
test during State 4-H Club Week.
Last year an Iredell County 4
H'er, who had been singing the
praises of dairy foods for six
years, was awarded a $400 scholar
ship at National 4-H Club Congress
for her accomplishments in the
dairy foods program.
Karol White's demonstration,
"Tune Up Your Breakfast With
Milk," was presented to various
groups 44 times.
During June Dairy Month, na
tional emphasis is being placed on
the value of dairy foods in the
daily diet. And in farm and city
kitchens 4-H girls are perfecting
skills and practicing favorite re
cipes. They work in two-girl teams
and alone as well.
The Carnation Company, a long
medals for county champions; an
engraved 19-jeweI wrist watch for
United Arab Republic talks back
time 4-H backer, gives honor
state winner; and $400 college
scholarships for six national win
Wilson Goes To ^
W. IMP Wilson, district agent
here for the Occidental lite In
surance Company of North Caro
lina, will attend a three-day meet
ing of leading salesman at Colo
rado Springs, Colorado, next wnek,
June 2?- July 1. Mrs. Wilson will,
accompany him there.
The mooting convenes on Thurs
day at Broadmoor Hotel. It Ml*
concluded by a recaption and ban
quet Saturday night '
JFK'S GIFT TO MR. K
President Kennedy gave Soviet
Premier Khrushchev a modal of
the historic United States Frigate
Constitution^ a symbol of the na
The ship, dubbed Old Ironsides,
played an important part la the
War of 1812.
Paul & Ralph Say:
Count Those Policies and
Is your desk or strong
box stuffed with insur
ance policies, old and
new? Bundle them all to
gether and call us. We'll
be glad to tell you which
you can safely throw
away and which you
should keep. Even better,
we'll tell you how to put
some together and save
real money, right away!
No obligation, of course.
?PAUL & RALPH
J. Paul Winkler
223 West King
BOONE, N. C.
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