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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
A FULL NIGHT
State Farm and Home Week Had Varied Program
LIlEMkR, III. Hearing a com-, side down, using a hanger with
motion in her chicken-house, Miss , clips. If trousers must be laid over
Marie Marlen, 85, sol out of bed
the crossbar of a wire hanger, fast-
en cardboard or thick paper over
aim imcMiKa u'U. :ine lounu a 1 u .
u , the crossbar, to prevent
full-firown opossum killing one ! crease.
of her chickens. She grabbed the
marauder by the neck and chopped ! sl;lin chicken and went back to
off its head. Then she dressed the bed
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ll( iv ;uv r.mr views of the activities enjoyed by th 2..KKI wn ;:,kI w.r.icn ubo attended F, and Homo
vck,:l Stale College. Auuust 19-23. In the unner le ' i. o,., ,,,,, , ... , , . .
11 " 1 "-,-ni.i!im-, v i.is coiiuueteo as j)ari
of ll,e re-jul.ir senes f e;lv-es lor the hoin,. ! i woiih-ti alien, ling the meeting. The picture at the
upp'i' right is of Director I. O. Schaub presenting, o ( hehaif of the uo. Ker- in ihr Sl.n, College ollices of
"" l:s"'"-"m Sl'l vi1,1'. " 8'fl $2'"' '"I .-'ti aui.MraoiH.l l.-M.k of rood vu.-hes to Dr. Jane S. MeKimmon,
h.undn- ol home demonstration work in l... ol l . lover left is another scene from one of the
women's classes. KoKistration is shown at the left. ('holographs by Klsie Lee Smith)
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Cioeich, Carl "Characters Al
fways Charetcr-," i; the name of
Cal l Corn li s t hi. 1 1 hook ahntil
.North Carolina. II-. pn ili-'-essor.-.
"l)o' n Heine" and Carotin :
Chats" had In do wi! h a variety of
topics, iiK-ludinu historical data.
uniiMul (-wills, jnlei e.stini; places,
hnniorrti-. tales, etc
'tins liook deals with personality
sketche-i of v ell-known people and
oUhts m.i -u v.i-l! known. In pi-ae-liiali-
v ,-o Mslance Mr. (Joereh
has selected one in- more anec
dotes h-ili are i haracteri.it ie of
ihe people about whom he writes.
This means ihat regardless of
u hethei- you are personal Iv ac -
quainted with the subjects of these
"Iairl Carroll Sketchbook."
While lew pictures of this type
haw any plot to mention, this
one is different it has n story
one about a struggling composer's
secretary who gets a job in a
revue and steers him on the road
lo fori line by plugging his songs.
Constance Moore and William
Marshall have the lends, with Vera
Vague and Kdward Everett Horton
present to provide the comedy.
"Claudia and David"
This domestic comedy - drama
engages the activities of Dorothy
McQuiro and Robert Young in the
roles of Mr. and Mrs., and depicts
their adventure and minor prob
lems. Baseless jealousy causes
rift between them, but they are
reunited when their young son is
injured in an accident. Our only
comment is that Dorothy, it seems
to as, is rather young for the wife
ol Air. Young.
Mill will enjoy
a .!oi hv ilsell'.
ill llu beginning
skelehes or not
reading aboe! tin
Kaeh eh :p-ei is
so ll (!oe-;-'l make
'vhell-ei' on start
or 1 II i he ) 1 1 1 e 1 1 M i e
illustrations, by Ile-nry HolliiioI
'""' l''e le.iau.g eha !i-;,:i:nsls in
,;-' c.iiii!i .nid to the ;,n.,v,..
""' ''"''t'-'-l of i he ei u nil
We ;;ie I'om'iile-iil that ou will
enjoy readirr: about the pe-onlc
whom Mr. Coe-reh has m,- , hjs
awl-, over North Carolina Kverv
-ee l ion ol 1 he -.1 it., is i
- 1 - i" e e i a e el.
Pearson, T. Gilbert "HirH nf
North Carolina." h T Cilh,.,i
Pearson, C S Urimlev and H II
I'.rimle-y give- ihe story of every
bird kno-Aii r:om 1 his stale This
me -le,!.. s i,itr.luee.l spe cies such as
Ihe Starling and English Sn.-iri-,
-md the- i-nn, l'arofiict. Passenger
Pigeon, and Ivory-billed Weieulpeek
er. The literary style anel Scien
l ihe aecurticy you may he sure
uhon on nolo the authors, and
arlrsls. The birds are arranged and
described according to thp l.-itosi
A. (). U Cheek l.isl llnhiic
songs, calls, and the identifying
marks are clearly presented. Also
in the volume are- A histoi-e
bird stuelies made here beginning
I " ilh C'aptaiii Harlow e in 1584; data
on migration and seasonable dis
tribution compiled by C, S. Brim
j ley smce 1884: anel a comprehen
I sive index anel bibliography,
j Illustralions are mueh more com-
, I'lele than m Die old volume
! l-n- Sixteen of the best w
I'lates from this volume have been
reproduced. Four new color plates
from Roger Tory Peterson's well
known book. A Field Guide to the
Birds, greatly enrich this volume
Another item of value is his con
tribution of 17 black and white
plates and 17 new text cuts.
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