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"litre may not be much time
aaved la preputof arm meals,
' (but everything U done ahead with
little to dt> at the last minute," aaya
. Virginia Wllaon, extenaloo nutrl
Uonlet at State ODUege. "Oven
ineals do give time off to do other
thtnga while the food la cooking.
They keep well, and are a good
choice (or entertaining or when
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exact mttl time is not knows."
like any other meal, oven meals
must have variety in food value,
flavor, color, and texture to rate
aa "food." Wm Wilson explains
that you ehould select foods lor
oven meals that cook at the same
temperature. You should use uten
sils that tit into the oven without
touching each other, or the sides oi
the oven. When several foods are
being cooked and two racks must
be used, arrange dishes so they are
not directly over each other.
Miss Wilson warns that fpods to
be put in an automatic oven ahead
of time must be selected with care.
She points out that there is danger
of food poisoning from dishes con
taining meat, fish, poultry, eggs,
and milk that are left at room tem
perature for several hours.
It's best to choose the meat or
main dish for your oven meal first,
since it determines the temperature
of the oven and cooking time. Any
cut of the meat suitable for roast
ing, braising, or cooking in water
may be used, also meat in combin
ation with other foods. Tender
cuts of meat are cooked in an un
covered (pan. Less tender cuts
need a covered pan and some mois
ture, Miss Wilson adds.
Oven cooked fruits and vegeta
bles require longer cooking time
and more liquid than surface cook
ing. Covered vessels are used for
steaming friuts, vegetables and
Since some steam escapes from
foods in cooking oven meals, says
Miss Wilson, you should select
puddings or other desserts that
are not harmed by the extra mois
And Milk In State
Production of eggs on North
Carolina farms during February
totaled 138 million, a new high for
the month and one million more
than the 1956 previous record high
production, according to the North
Carolina Crop reporting Service.
The increase in egg production for
February is attributed to an in
crease in number of hens and pul
lets of-laying age totaled 9,231,000
with 9.099,000 a year earlier. Pro
duction per 100 layers is estimated
at 1,492 and compares with 1,508 in
Milk Production on North Caro
lina farms during February totaled
134 million pounds, according to
the North Carolina Crop Report
ing Service. Production for the
month set a record and exceeded
the previous February 1958 record
by 8 million pounds. Milk produc
tion per cow in herd on March 1,
1957 averaged 16.9 pounds compar
ed with 15.0 pounds a year earlier
and 12.3 pounds for the 10-year
average. The percent of milk cows
milked on March 1, 1967 was 75.5,
compared with 73.2 a year ago.
VALLEY DRIVE - IN THEATRE
ANDREWS, N. C.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY -MARCH 21-22
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SATURDAY -MARCH 23
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SUNDAY-MONDAY -MARCH 24-25
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XIIFS -WTO. - MARCH 26-27.
0. M BRINGS
BUST DOING SPRING DECORATING ? These attractive teen
agero, Ruth Bates, Grace Townson and Alary Kephart are very
proud of the Teen Age Center and are enjoying adding a woman's
touch, by hanging pretty new curtains which they made.
Grape Creek HD
Club Meets With
Mrs. Herbert Griffith |
The Grape Creek Home Demon
stration met March 6, at the home |
of Mrs. Herbert Griffith.
Mrs. E. J. Greer, president, pre
Miss Wheeler, Home Agent led
the song "Church In The Wild
The Club read the Home Demon
stration Club member creed.
Minutes were read and the roll j
called by Mrs. Robert Whitener.
Ten members and two visitors,
Mrs. Carl West and Mrs. Howard
Kephart, were present.
Mrs. West gave an interesting
talk and showed slides of her trip
to the United Nations.
A hint on home management
was given by each member and
Miss Wheeler gave a report on
Home Management and land slid
A pot-luck dinner was served fol
lowing the meeting.
Murphy Hi Students
To Participate In
State Essay Contest
High school students in Cherokee |
county will be eligible to partici
pate in in the 1957 high school es
say on "Vision and Highway Saf
ety", sponsored statewide by the
North Carolina Optometric Society.
This was announced today by
Dr. William R. Gossett, who is ser
ving as contest chairman in this
More than $1,000 worth of U. S.
Savings Bonds will be awarded on
the local, district and state levels.
Winner of the state contest will
receive a $500 U. S. Savings Bond
and will receive an all expense
paid trip to the North Carolina
State Optometric Society's annual
banquet 'at the Sir Walter Hotel fn
Raleigh, May 27, 1957.
Dr. William Fugate of Reidsville,
state contest chairman, today re
vealed that the contest will get un
derway immediately and close
All public, private and parochial
high school students in North Car
olina may enter the contest. Stu
dents may obtain information and
submit entries to their English
teachers for local judging.
One winning essay will be select
ed from each high school in the
state. These essays will be entered $2
in a district contest, and one win
ner will be chosen from each of
the six districts of the North Caro- '
Una Education Association. The
winning essay in each district will
receive a $50 saving bond and will
be considered in the state contest. &
Hiss Edith Willis
becomes Bride Of
lohn C. Thompson
Miss Edith Willis and John C,
bompson announce their mar
age of March 17, at the home of
ev. Fred B. Lunsford. Only the
mily and close friends were
The bride wore a white linen
lit with navy accessories and a
ink corsage. She is a grad
ate of Memorial Mission Hospital
:hool of Nursing and has been
nployed as Supervisor of Nurses
: the District Hospital of Andrews!
The groom is presently employed
ith Lockhecd Aircraft Corpor
lion in Marietta, Georgia.
The eouplc will make their home
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QUESTION: When and how
lould gladiolus be planted?
ANSWER: Gladiolus may be
anted from January to July. By
aking plantings every two or
iree weeks you can have flowers
r a long period of time. Space
? corms three to six inches apart,
ther in the bed or in rows, depend
g on the method of cultivation,
the corms are large, place them
ur to six inches deep. Plant med
m-sized corms slightly shallower.
lie county winner will receive a I
5 saving bond. .
In addition to a first prize of $500
id an expense paid trip to Ral
gh in the state contest, the North
arolina State Optometric Society
Iso is offering a $100 Saving
ond as second prize, and a $50
aving Bond as third prize.
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At Murphy Library
FOLKLORE RESEARCH IS min
utes ? sound - black and white
This film presents the story ot
an intriguing hunt throught the
backwoods districts of the Ozarks
for elusive, centuries-old English
folk tunes, pointing out that the
history of such songs parallels the
early growth of our country and
reflects the origins and migrations
of early settlers.
LUMBER STATES (USA ? PACIF
1C NORTHWEST) 20 minutes sound
The Pacific Northwest has the
finest forest of our country. The
tall trees of this area are excellent
for lumber, and we learn how the
people work in this greatest of our
lumbering sections. We see them
engaged in safeguarding the forest
to prevent this rich lumber supply
from becoming exhausted. We
learn how young people are taught
to prevent forest fires and to keep
young trees growing . to replace
those that are cut down. Washing
ton and Oregon are prosperous be
cause of their rich natural resour
MARCO POLO'S TRAVELS 19
minute-sound-black and white.
Recreates adventures that Mar
co Polo described in his book a
bout his travels, and indicates the
impact upon medieval Europe of
his detailed account of life in oth
NIGHT MAIL 25 minutes - sound1
black and white
Pictures the journey of the "Pos
tal Special" from London to Scot
land, a fast express carrying no
passengers but manned entirely by
post offices workers. Mail is sort
ed on board and at various railway
centers on the way mail bags are
received or dispatched. The train
also picks up or drops mail ' en
route while traveling at high speed.
THE PILGRIMS 22 minutes sound
black and white
Recreates one of the most signifi
cant episodes in American history.
Authentic sets and period costumes
are combined to bring alive the
Pilgrims; adventures include their
religious persecution in England,
their poverty in Holland, the terri
ble North Atlantic crossing, the
signing of the Mayflower Compact,
the heroic efforts to survive the bit
ter New England winter, and the
historic first Thanksgiving.
PLAIN GOOD MUSIC ? THE
STRING QUAKTET 14 minutes
sound - black and white
The performance techniques ol
the Fine Arts Quartet illustrate
bowing, fingering, team work, and
the ways in which musical ideas
and leadership are passed from
player to another. Closes with a
portion of the Finale movement in
Mozart's quartet in G major.
AecMeaUl Deaths i
The highway and the bom* rank
at the leading aitea far accidental I
death la North Carolina, it was re
vealed today in -a report entitled
"Accidents and Health In North
Carolina, 1KC'' released by the Ac
cident Prevention Section of the
North Carolina State Board of
The report revealed that an an
alysis of death certificates on file
with the State Health Department
ahowed a total of 2,481 accidental
deaths in 1956 with motor vehicle
accidents taking 1,210 lives and
home and farm accidents claiming
Dr. Charles Cameron, accident
epidemiologist for the Board of
Health, writing in the report, cited
the high incidence of home and
farm accidental deaths among the
children of the state.
"Home and farm accidents are
the leading cause of accidental
death for infants and children in
North Carolina." Dr. Cameron stat
es "and account for a greater share
of their accident fatalities than do |
motor vehicle accidents."
The physician stressed that the (
key to accident control lies in re
cognizing the age groups which are
likely to experience different types
of accidents. Ip addition to the high
incidence of accidental deaths in (
the home among infants and chil
dren, the report showed that those
past 50 years of age are most like
ly to fall prey to an accident death
within their own homes.
Murphy, N. C.
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Th? Flamlrtg Story of
A LOVE STORY
FOR EVERY WOMAN!
The m>arkling story of
eager young beauties
% te March of money
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