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Mrs. Ben Jones Tells
Of Farm-Home Week
By FIX?Y G. GARNER
Mrs. Ben Jones of Beaufort, and
Russells Creek Home Demonstra
tion Club is our guest writer today,
bringing you an on-the-scenes ac
count of Farm-Home Week activi
"Around 1,500 Home Demonstra
tion Club women attended the 50th
annual Farm-Home Week, June 9
12, on the campus ?f North Caro
lina State College in Raleigh.
There were representatives from
each of the counties in the state,
including Mrs. Gerald Troyer, Mrs.
Billy Smith, Mrs. B. G. Hardy,
Mrs. Guy Carraway, Mrs. Lee
Garner. Mrs. Will Dail, Mrs. Ben
Jones, Mrs. Douglas Stewart affi
Mrs. G. J. Spivey, club women,
and Mrs. Floy Garner, home agent
An outstanding program was
presented, stressing the advance
ment that has been made along
the lines of agriculture, scienoe
and education. A challenge was
given club women to be commun
ity leaders in making possible
greater achievements on the (arm,
in the home, and in our school.
The William Neal Reynolds Col
iseum was the center of activities
with Mrs. L. B. Pate, of New Bern,
president of NC Home Demonstra
tion Clubs, presiding at most ol
Those attending were privileged
to hear Interesting and informa
tive talks and discussions on na
tional and state eudcational trends,
and science and the citizen of to
morrow by such outstanding speak
ers n Chancellor C. H. Bostian
TIT Slite College; Dean D. W. Col
vard of the State College School
of Agriculture; Director D. S.
Weaver of the Agricultural Exten
sion Service, NC State College;
Dr. Charles F. Carroll, superinten
dent of State Department of Public
Tea' at Governor's Mansion
Mrs. G. T. Splvey, Beaufort, center, health chairman for the State Federal of Home Demonstration
Clubs, pours punch at the tea at the governor's mansion during Farm-Home Woek at Raleigh. Other
women in the picture are not identified.
Bill Friday, president of the University of North Carolina, left,
Mrs. L. B. Pate, president of the State Federation of Home Demon
stration Clubs, and Mrs. Will Dail, North River, view Ilonduran flag
carried by Mrs. Dail in United Nations program at Farm-Home
Week. A Home Demonstration ilufe member, right, admires the flag.
Instruction; Dr. Gorgon Black well.
Chancellor Woman's College, UNC;
Dr. Charles McNary, Public Rela
tions Director of Blue Bell, Inc.,
Greensboro; Alvin Proctor, Pub
lic Relations Department of E. I.
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Other speakers were Mr. Wil
liam A. Newell, director of textile
research, School of Textiles, State
College; Dr. Hazel Stiebeling, agri
cultural research service, Wash
ington, D. C.; Edward Loewen
stein, Woman's College; President
William C. Friday, The Consoli
dated University of North Caro
lina, Chapel Hill; Assistant Direc
tor R. W. Shoffner, agricultural
extension service, State College.
A highlight of each program was
group singing led by Dr. Arnold
E. Hoffman with Mrs. Hoffman at
Mrs. Harry Overstreet and his
wife, Mrs. Bonaro Overstreet, not
ed psychologists, authors and lec
turers, gave excellent advice on
how to live with ourselves. They
stressed the value of having a ma
ture mind and gave examples
which show our degree of matur
Mrs. Peggy Lippe of Birming
ham, owner and operator of a
modeling school, gave an interest
nig demonstration on the how's
and why's of glamour entitled
"Your Carriage, Madam."
Value of Speech
In a very pleasing manner. Miss
Makeda Von Hesse of the Von
Hesse Studios of New York City,
told the value of effective speech
in making a happier, more fruit
Taxis were provided for all those
wishing to visit the State Art Gal
lery. There were also exhibits and
classes in table setting, arts and
crafts, planting and care of home
grounds, and wash and wear fab
A demonstration "House Furn
ishings in Revue" was given by
Miss Pauline Gordon, extension
specialist in housing and house
furnishings, State College. New
styles in furnishings were shown
as well as how to give present
furnishings a new look. The com
bination of various colors was dis
cussed and samples of rugs, drt- _
June 25 ? Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Vorthington and two sons, George
ind Edward, of Ohio, spent sev
?ral days with his parents, Mr.
ind Mrs. Fred Worthington.
Mrs. A. H. Pate and son, Roy,
>f Goldsboro, visited her uncle,
ieorge Russell, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dudley and
rhildren, who have been visiting
lere for a week returned to their
lome in High Point Sunday. They
vere accompanied by Mr. John
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prentice and
ion, William, of Auburn, N. Y.t
irrived Sunday to spend some time
vith her mother, Mrs. W. R.
Powell and brother, Wilson.
Miss Bettie Parker of near Wil
son attended preaching services
lere Sunday morning.
The Pamlico Union meeting will
convene at Edwards Christian
Church Saturday, June 28. We are
sending as delegates Mrs. George
Russell, Mrs. Ruby Norman and
Mr. Jim Skinner.
Mrs. Edward Combs of Golds
boro visited relatives here Wednes
peries, wallpaper, furniture and
painted walls, were combined to
illustrate her talk.
Thursday was set aside as the
35th annual meeting of the State
Home Demonstration Clubs. This
program was opened by a color
ful parade of flags, by 81 women,
each dressed to represent a dif
ferent member of the United Na
tions. They also carried the flag
of the country they represented.
Officers for the coming year
were elected and installed, with
Mrs. V. I. Hockaday of Roanoke
Rapids as new president.
Leaders in the Home Demonstra
tion Clubs were recognized and
each given an award of a large
silver tray. An honor club of wo
men was also recognized? not only
for outstanding work in their com
munities but for having attended
Farm-Home Week for at least
four consecutive years.
On Thursday, at noon, a lunch
eon was enjoyed at the Student
Union Building. At this time, as
sistant director R. W. Shoffner
gave evaluation and highlights of
the Farm-Home Week. He ended
his summary by saying that speak
er after speaker brought out the
fact that we are living in a con
stantly changing time. "Times are
changing so rapidly that we don't
realize it. This is true in science,
education, and agriculture. Before
one piece of research is completed,
it is out of date."
The week's activities ended
Thursday afternoon with a tea at
the Governor's Mansion, at which
Mrs. G. T. Spivey, health chair
man, and a Carteret County club
woman, served punch.
Past is Present
Salt Lake City (AP)? University
of Utah experts had disappointing
news for a group of uranium
miners who thought the living frog
they uncovered in a petrified log
was a creature from prehistoric
times. University zoology experta
said it was a common tree frog.
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Doris Phillips, Morehead City ;
senior 4-H Club member, left,
models dress she designed and
made. She won top place in the
recent 4-H county dress revue
sponsored by Home Demonstra
tion Clubs. Ann Stanley, right,
models a dress which won first
place for her mother, Mrs.
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Unusual New Cemetery
Charlotte, N. C. (AP)? There's
a little graveyard here with a
flock of markers, called Animal
Hill in the manner of the Western
badmen's cemetery, Boot Hill.
Ten - year - olds Jerry Williams,
Terry Hill and Larry Martin said
they got started with a blue jay
that forgot to go south for the
winter. Now there are crosses for
15 birds, two rats, one hamster
and one snake.
"We kept finding the birds,"
Larry said. "After we started put
ting up the crosses, other people
would bring them." Now there's
a painted sign labelling the place.
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