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European figure skating crown four times for Frenchman
Alain Giletti. Here, Alain, 20, flashes gay blade at Garmisn-
WITH THE FARM WOMEN ]
By MAIDRED MORRIS
> Home Demonstration Club
WCmen in Rowan County have
found it is important for them
to take soil samples, too.
At recent club meetings, the
parden leaders gave reports on
the 1960 recommended seed va
r:eties for gardens. Miss Edith
Hinshaw. home economics agent,
reports that soil sample boxes
were given to the women so
they could test their soil for
Color In Dress
The magic powers of trans
format’on in color was discussed
with Home Demonstration Club
women in Surry County. Neck
line blocks of many different
colors were used in workshop
groups to aid a person in find
ing colors that were good se
Mrs. E. C. Evans of Franklin
Club said. “I am glad to find
out that personality and color
should always be considered
when buying clothes.’'
In Perquimans County. 4-H
adult leaders are really on the
move. For several years they
have assisted with 4-H activi
ties, giving of their time and
According to Mrs. Paige L.
Underwood. home economics
agent, the leaders have been
recognized as one of the six
outstanding organizations in the
state. The group will receive
special training in several areas
which will better equ ; p them to
train the youth.
Lamm's Home Demonstration
Club members in Wilson Coun-'
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ty have finished a special land
scaping project. They worked
with members of the Milbour
n;e -Baptist Church in land
scaping the church grounds.
Many dollars were saved by get
ting a discount on plants and
doing work themselves.
Mrs. Ona P Humphrey, home
economics agent, reports Mrs. J.
Stanley Moore, Mrs. Loomis
Daniel and Mrs. Virginia Hayes
set ved on the planning com
Shares Project Experiences
Carolyn Kidd, a 4-H Club
member in Moore County, is al
ways glad to share her 4-H ex
periences with other people.
Carolyn attended the local Ro
!ary Club meeting and gave the
highlights of her past five years
in 4-H work, displaying hei
medals, record books and rib
Mrs. Elizabeth Barringer, as
sistant home economics agent,
reports that a 525 savings bond
was presented to Carolyn for
placing third in the state with
her dairy calf project.
The Good Morning Home
Demonstration Club in Bun
combe County has just cele
brated one year of organization.
This club has a lot of young
mothers in the club and they
have accomplished many goals
in their first year of work.
Mrs. Mary Ray, home eco
nomics agent, says, "In just one
vear this group has made great
strides in the ultimate objec
tive of the home economics ex
tension program and are thus
enriching their lives.”
THE CHOW AH HERALD. EDENTOR WORTH CAIJUHA. THURSDAY. MARCH 3. IBH.
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