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I March 30, 1923
College Has Fine
I Music Deparlment
I Gr*rI" 'r. 2rt.?According
^ figures just compiled by the dean
of the scl 1 *T music at the North'
Carolina Collate 1W Women, thiI
college ^las recently undergone a
I very great grow th. This year there
l?r? enrolU 1 in music courses 180
gtsdects. and of this number 122 are
persuing courses lending to the
| bachelor of music degree. There
|jr? 1^ students who will graduate!
jn the mu e course this year, ?.
| the freshmen enrolled in musn
stud'05 number 74.
I A four years course in public ^
|music was offered last year for the'
first tin n order t,? keep pace)
i | with the e<i of the schools oi* the'
Stale- "Tj > is the first college,"!
|Dean Wide K- Brown states, "in the!
Southern State* to offer a four j
yean r urst- ' r supervisors of mu-!
J^Sa?v. ttnyn that nraetirallv U
ill the students graduating from the
school of music enter the profession
of teaching music. Last year the
ct>r:t of th demands for music sunerv.
or* in the State.
At ; : t i t the school of music is
badly ha: 1 reil in its work because
it dors j h ive n building suitable
4nr it; ne?H The work of the
*chi? ' rrinl on in rooms of four
^ tT genuine
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For the next few
ly FREE with e\
okee Scout at th
you can get youi
farm paper for i
Obviously we car
in order to stimc
Agriculture is th
should be stimu
onstrator to help
Even though he
farmers, still eve
Also, every fami
what is happeni
is by reading vc
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I a good farm pap
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j different buildings, and only ? few
I of thesv? rooms are adapted to the
[ special needs.
The college now offers a four
years course in music, with choice
| of election between voice, piano, organ.
violin and public school music.
There are 132 students now enrolled?33
in voice, 5 in organ. 10 in
violin, and 18 in public school music.
Special recitals and concerts
are given throughout the year by
Jic students, and Greensboro festival
chorus and the college orchestra
furnishing training in ensemble
work. The music seniors also spend
\ two weeks study period in New
7 -rk under Dean Brown's direct.
BILL SAM'S DICTIONARY
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R? J. L. MARTIN
The <*r< K?ii'ls school teacher
raixlo himself \er> unpopular at the
spelhnit uuitch hist l-'iihiy nleht,
\vh?'ii Siini hontii'llow put two b's In
"tuh." !?y <le hiring that there are
enough olil fossils in the illstrlct to
start a ?-Iuss in paieotitol-<i:\.
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hill Snni's Dictionary. piv_'e -is:!,
PA I 1 * >NTt d.Ot V T ".it science
will 1. telK >>f e\ei >ll.in i out Ih'Mg*
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ry farmer should have a j
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ith one stone?get yOur
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/IURPHY, N. C
THE CHEROKEE SCOUT. I
From the Land of A
\ charm aftirjoon rrown of
Turkish print silk with $ drape
<>f ey< let; embroider <1 batiste.
SUN, MOON AND STAKS
Mars Is the fourth planet from the
Jupiter Is the largest planet In our
The sun. if it were a hollow sphere,
would hold a million globes as large as
The sun Is distant front the earth
04,1XAMmni miles in J'tne and 01.500.0UO
The Ugh' of the North Star is estimated
t?? be 100 times stronger than
unit of the sun.
Although* 40O times larger than the
moon, the jsun is 4?k? times farther
away froiu: the earth, making the two
appear about the same size.
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to The Cher- i
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inty Farm Demirm
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st way to do this
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HURPHY. NORTH CAROLINA
THE TRUE SHIRTWAIST
I I i: tit- shirtwaist of :.; ('..linn ,
wash silk or lliiin. niakfs its ;i|?im*:ip
uiioe I'vt-r.v s-as'ii for the Iswiotit ??l
s|N)rtswmi!rii ami f??r \\?-.ir with
fnilttrt'il KiiitH. A Info nmi!.'| Is tilcTtirM*
ntu.r , ii, i I .? ...
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the fr.-; :m.i1 ji the collar and culfa
It fnste- < with iK-arl buttons.
DRESS OF SATIN CREPE
(idi- of the new aspirants for favor
this fall appears In a pretty dress of
in tin cro|?e embroidered with s?lk In
elf Point, It* limliev suircosts fitted
lues and the s!.irt follows the circular
tyle found auionc those sponsored by
licit authorities. It has a girdle of
dnok heads and the sleeves point with
pride to a faring of crepe de chine. In
t contrasting color.
LOVELY SMALL HATS '|
Three delightful small hats illus- ' j
mi?* the intricate handwork and hrll* I
tan e of the new season's millinery, |
n which Persian embroideries emhelIsli
rich materials. Lovely feather
trimmings and hictnl ornaments or
tlumlnum or silver tinsel, hraid, head
nut yarn embroideries, find suitable
aekground in rleli velvet or hatters
ilush. and in velours or suede-tin ishel
SMART ENGLISH TOFGOAT
t , ii??nnw ?
Very Kngilsh rind verj capable is
his smart fall overcoat model. It is
nnde of a novelty woolen, plaid-hack
abric and has n graceful, convertible
oil nr. roomy sleeves and capacious
ockeia. Two Inrve buttons on tl?e
oat, which Is doubh breasted, and one
? r?v. coiuir. take of tliC fsCtCS- .
'41 of tli'- : ^t worthy topcoat. j
PUSHED I N
Hickory, Mar. 21?Cheered by the
fine rc.-u'ts obtained in poultry club,
work last year, and knowing that
Catawba County ien the South with
its work of the junior farmer- under
the direction of J. W Hendricks,
county agent, is being pushed f<?ri
the year 1U23. The latest commercial
organization t?? get behind this
work is tht. Fust National Bank of
Hickory, which has offered $250.00
in gold as prizes for ?tub activity
during the coming season.
The conditions under which this
money may be contested for v 11: be
outlined by Mr. llendriek . but n
general art. as follows:
Any boy or girl under tw nt;
years of age may compete but no,
one w:ll be el ' lie to rec-ive a p;
who does not make an txhibit of the
club products at tftc Catawba Coun- j
:.y fair in the fall.
The club member protiu> :?:g the
largest yield of corn on one acre!
will be awarded a firat prize of $25.!
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or .. mile f > m Unaka
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if desired. For further
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The flub member producing the
I largest yield of seed cotton on one
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! u th a second prize of $20.
The club member making the best
record with his calf ard exhibiting
' at the fair will receive $20, with a
second prize of $15. '
The club member making the best
record with his poultry and exhibiting
at the fair will receive $20
with a second prize of $15.
In addition, t ? these prizes the
First National Bank will also offer
$100 in gold to the best exhibit
made by a community at the county
According to Mr. Hendricks, such
?g ui..> .y uusiiiins hi"
ionizations is doing: much to promote
better rural conditions in his county.
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