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THE WAYNES VTLLE MOUNTAINEER
FRIDAY
MORE ABOUT
Appliance
(Continued from Page One)
organizer of the show, will serve
as master of ci eiuuiiies.
talk on "Value and Uses of Elec
tricity on the Farm This will be
followed by a diMUssion of the uses
2 pm and at 2:30 o'clock Ray- of electncity in Hie home by Miss
mond Caldwell of Iron Duff will I Pauline Cordon home anage
tell of h.s experiences after in- spec,..,,,,, u HaU-igh. H R.
stalling a water system. Miss Phyl- Caldwe u Iron Dull , also a be -lis
James. Crabtree 4-H club mem- tcr method contest winner will
better ! siedn m h 111 i'kh-im,
vill be i rump engineer of Spartanburg
hpr and winner in the
mpthnd. electric contest, will be I Pump engineer
the concluding speaker.
Saturday morning H. J. Kroger,
R.E.A. specialist from Washing
ton will open the program with a
2:15 as the final speaker of the j
show
Prevent Food MoMa
Contrary '.j common belief, mold
Is not unavoidable and expected, but
rather the most easily prevented of
all types of spoilage, say Purdue
university specialists. Mold, which
is found mostly on fruits and toma
toes, grows only in the presence
of air. Mold is killed by tempera
ture below the boiling point. Dis
carding doubtful cans and procesi
Ing the food in jars rather than open
describes the adaptability ot the kettle canning will prova reliable
various types ot w atvr systems a'.
The constitution of li.ihainas is
largely the same as the one jjrant-
County Agent Wayne Corpening, ed the islands in lb'Uu
preventive measures.
The six major farm crops of
the Philippines are rice. corn,
abaca 1 Manila hemp), coconut,
sugar cane and tobacco.
Bibb PoUawa Lcaat
A new substance called gammex
ane, with which long ribbons arc
saturated, is being produced in
Scotland a a weapon against the
locust plagues which periodically
devastate large areas of the world.
It was first tried out during the lo
cust plague in Sardinia last year
when it effectively stopped the ad
vance of locusts by bringing imme
diate death to those coming in con
tact with the spread-out rolls.
The death rate from rheumatic
heart disease is higher among
Negroes in northern U. S. Indus
trial cities than among white chil
Mew Location
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MORE ABOUT
Music Students
(Continued From Page One)
of Queen"s college.
The students will seek ratings
that will advance them to the
state contests April 20-23 at
Greensboro.
Miss Bette Hannah will repre
sent St. John's high school in the
piano event today, and will ac
company Waynesdille high ent
rants in the choral and other vocal
contests.
Jimmy Galloway wili compete in
the piano contest, and accompany
the instrumental soloists. Taking
part in the instrumental solo events
will be: Carol Underwood, cornet;
Mary Osborne, clarinet; Sammie
Waggins, baritone; Luther Shaw,
trombone; Mark Rogers, alto sax;
and J. D. Stanley, Bass horn. A
cornet quartet, composed of Carol
Underwood, Robert Massie, Alice
Marie Burgin and Tommy Curtis,
will compete as Waynesville's in
strumental ensemble.
Members of the band are as fol
lows: Flute section Mary Ann
Massie, Joe Fortner, Eugenia
Boone, Mary Jane Rogers, Malcolm
Williamson, Jr., and Wade Francis;
clarinets Jimmy Galloway, Mary
Osborne, H. C. Turner, Vivien
Watkins, Joan Morris, Patsy Green,
Betty Duncan, Ruth Corwin, Nancy
Bischoff, Ann Bischoff, Mildred
Mprffnrd. Lillian Knox Medford,
fiwahoth Davis and Peggy No-
land.
Bass Clarinet Nina McClure;
alto clarinet, Kathleen Calhoun;
nboe Kathrvn Hyatt; alto saxes,
Mark Rogers, Brent Chapman, Em
ily McCracken and Helen uarreii,
Tenor saxe, Mozelle Liner; cor
nets, Carol underwood, Robert
Massie, Alice Marie Burgin, Tom
my Curtis, Donald Cogdill, Roland
Houser, Betty Sawyer, George
Garrett and Frank James.
French horns, Betty Noland,
Dorothy Caldwell, Donald Whisen
hunt and Nancy Leatherwood;
trombones, Luther Shaw, DeryJ
Davis, Earl Hoglen, Amon Lee
Swanger and Nancy Knight; bari
tone horns Sammie Wiggens and
Bobby Owens; bass horns, Paul
Franklin, J. D. Stanley, Donald
Corwin and Joe Howell; percus
sion, Ruth Inman. Johnny Edward
Robinson, Donald Leatherwood,
Gene Liner and Ted Noland; and
the tympani, Nanny Sue Tinsley.
Choral events to be entered by
Waynesville include the mixed
chorus (which is eligible for the
state contest by virtue of its "A"
rating at Greensboro last year, but
will receive valuable criticism at
Asheville), the boys chorus, girls
chorus, mixed quartet, boys quar
tet, girls trio and two solo sections
by soprano Mozelle Liner and ten
or Fred Calhoun.
The chorus membership (34 girls
and 23 boys) is as follows: Eugenia
Boone, Mary Frances Baker, Cath
erine Bell, Julia Ann Calhoun,
Shirley Mae Connatser, Joyce
Caldwell, Mary Crouser, Kathleen
Creaseman, Betty Dietz, Patsy
Ezell, Nancy Francis, Betty and
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Janie Franklin, Betty Farmer, Bet-hat il w
turps
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ty Felmet, Helen Garrett.
Sarah Jane Garrison, Elsie Glav-
ich, Harriet Gibson, Anne Green,
Madelyn Mills, Anna Jo Miller,
Dora Lee Matney, Elsie Palmer,
Mary Jane Rogers, Ann Rector,
Betty Sawyer, Carolyn Sayer,
Clara Sue Shiiler, Marie Strange,
Virginia Wilson, Aileen Williams,
Mozelle Liner, Betty June Mc
Cracken. Bobby Buchanan, Fred Calhoun,
Jimmy Duckett, Paul Franklin,
Larry Gaddy, Albert Gibson, Earl
Hoglen, David Jaynes, Billy Kuy
kendall, Billy McConnell, Charles
McDonald, Danny McClure, Bobby
Putnam, George Dewey Stovall,
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: 25 lbs. 2,04
SCOCO or ARMOUR
SHORTENING
4 lbs. 1.29
VAN CAMP 17-Oz Jar
CHILI CON CARNE : : 2 for 23c
: : : : : Pint 42c
DUKES
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PILLSBURYS
FLOUR :::::::: 5 lbs. 53c
CAMPBELL'S
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Cello Pkg. PECAN
KERNELS
3 oz. 27c
PETER PAN 12-0.
PEANUT BUTTER ; 35c
LIBBY'S
VEAL LOAF . . 7 oz. 25c
WATER MAID
RICE . 21b. Cello Pkg. 35c
CLAPPS Strained
BABY FOOD . 3 Jars 25c
46-Oz. SILVER NIP
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
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TOMATOES . .2 For
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