fl.avA0011' Mar0h ' 1951
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
FACE THREE (Second Section!
Successful Play Given At WCTC Last Night
TURNING THE HEAT ON SNIPERS
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hAH .:.,'ri is presented
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that . stu-
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whest average receives
b1hh h is gold key,
faience instructors. -
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, Science Club for
L, 5 regular quarters, two of
ft be during his senior
f m..t have completed a
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advanced diuiubj f .v ......
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Ued for this awaru tus
1 B or potter average m
laboratory sciences uujcv.ia
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netun police, radioed head-
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wanted to know wnai scoui
hev were driving.
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1 tell the one sitting next to
hriver to sit up, Barren or-
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chastised oiiieer laier ex
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On March 26th
CULLOWHEE, N. C Special )
The two main items which re
ceived the attention of the Men's
House Council at its meeting on
February 19, ere plans for the
dance and the election to fill va
candies on the Men's House Board.
The Council decided on Mprch
30 as a tentative date for the
Dance if the details can be worked
out for that date. The Buccaneer's
Orchestra will provide the music
if they are available at that time.
Bob Bridgeman was appointed to
be in charge of decorations for the
The Nominating Committee com
pleted the list of nominees for the
offices of secretary and treasurer
of the Association. One more can
didate for each office is to be
nominated from the floor in a mass
meeting of men students living in
Madison and Robertson Dormitory.
This mass meeting is scheduled
for Tuesday, February 27. after
chapel. The final election of these
officers is to take place on Moiu1;iy,
March 26. The polls will be open
from 12:30 to 2:00 and from 5:30 to
6:00. The list of candidates will
be announced later.;
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OVIDKNCK (AP) lhc
ilenre Beds of the American
y Leattue are thinking of
ing out their penalty box.
recently played three con-
tve games wunoui incurring
Irattiun of the rules. The
k wire against Buffalo, Her
Lnd Springfield. In the Spring-
I'liiounter. neither the Reds
ft heir adversaries suffered a
ut 111 per cent of the soU
(mined in the U. S. is moved
Mrs. Mabel Tyree Crum, back to camera, directs members of tine cast of "Good Housekeeping" which was produced by the Western
Carolina Players in the Hoey Auditorium of Western Carolina Teachers College Wednesday night. Cast members are, lefj to right: Bill
Reid of Pilot Mountain, David Kuynor of Eluabethton, Harriet Franklin of BUtmore, Herb Hyde of Bryson City, Tinka Crawford of
Black Mountain, Al Lockey of McColl, S. C and Jean Rhodes of A rden.
WCTC Laundry To
Open On March 12
CULLOWHEE, N. C. (Special)
Notice received from the Busi
ness Manager's office last week
stated that the college laundry will
begin operation during the week
of March 12.
An $8.00 compulsory fee for all
boarding students, payable on the
day of. .registration, will be charg
ed each regular session. Day stu
dents, faculty, and other college
staff members are entitled to use
of the laundry facilities at the same
established prices upon a "cash
and carry" basis,
A regular time for taking in and
the issuing out of laundry will be
posted in all dormitories as well
as other places. The finished laun
dry will not be wrapped, but bands
and collar supports will be used on
As yet, there are no facilities to
handle dry cleaning and pressing.
The bear moves with an awkward
or shuffling gait because he has no
clavicle to keep the shoulder
bones steadily apart.
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CARL LEE" MANN, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mann, is now
stationed at the naval base at
San Diego, California. He volun
teered for the Navy in Septem
ber, 1950, and took his basic
training at, Great Lakes; Naval.
Training" Station, Illinois. " "
or The Biggest Money's Worth
It's AMERICAN GIRL
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Them . . .Try Them On . . .They re Worth Double!
Just A Few Of The New Styles
BoUing Not Best Way To
Properly Cook Good Ham
By RUTH CURRENT
State Home Demonstration Agent
( Tradition to the contrary, boil
ing is not the ideal way to cook
ham, says the food expert with
the U. S. Department of Agricul
ture. The cooking authority-rwho
has cooked hundreds says boiling
is too high a temperature for
cooking hum. She was a pioneer
in showing the greater tenderness,
finer flavor and juiciness of meat
cooked at low to moderate rather
than high heat.
If ham Is to be cooked in water,
she recommends simmering just
under the boiling point, then let
ting the ham cool in its broth to
draw back moisture and become
as juicy as possible. However, she
says slow baking has advantages
over cooking in either water or
steam, and it's often more conveni
ent. In baking there is no water
to dilute the flavor and force out
too much juice.
Long slow baking at 250" F.
gives best results, according 'to
laboratory research. Place ham,
rind side up on a rack in an open
shallow pan. Do not add water and
do not cover. Allow 25 to 30 min
utes a pound for a ham that is at
room temperature when it goes
into the oven. Allow about 10 min
utes more a pound for a ham that
is just out of the refrigerator.
Test for doneness with metal
skewer or cooking fork to be sure
the meat is tender throughout. A
meat thermometer is a help. Bake
until the thermometer registers
170" F. When the ham is done, re
move the rind, score the fat by
cutting crisscross fashion in dia
monds, being careful not to cut all
Hie way through the fat. Then
sprinkle or spread brown sugar
over the fat, stick in long-stemmed
cloves, and put in a hot oven (450
F.) for 10 minutes or long enough
to brown and crisp, the surface.
FROM ONE PLATOON TO
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (API
Manpower shortages may kill the
platoon system at many Colleges
for years to come. That's the opin
ion of. Rip Engle, Penn State foot
hall coach. Engle installed the pla
toon system at Penn State in 1950
his first year as head coach.
WITH BAYONETS FIXED, Allied Infantrymen move stealthily on a burn
ing building In the Seoul section. It had been a reported hidin- place for
Communist Chinese mipera. (Defense Dept. Photo from International)
Illinois Finds Its Horses
Beaten By Machines
SPRINGFIELD, 111 Persons in
Illinois probably couldn't "get a
horse" if they wanted to.
The machine age has taken its
toll, the state agriculture depart
ment reports. It said only 180,000
horses remain in the state, com
pared to the peak of 1,522,000 in
A good work horse in 1913 cost
$120. The average cost this year
The department reports that the
horse's closest competitor at the
turn of the century, the mule, also
is disappearing from the scene.
There arc only 16,000 mules left
In the state, contrasted to 171,000
Masons To Honor Twenty
Past Masters Friday Night
Twenty Past Masters will be
honorehy Waynesville Lodge No. Scheduled" DanCe
259. A.F.&A.M..- at a Mated Com-
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munion this Friday nigh, March
2, at 7:30 'p.m. The meeting will
be held in the regular meeting
room in the First National Bank
The Fellowcraft Degree will be
conferred by the Past Masters, and
the program committee promises
an interesting evening. All visit
ing Masons are invited to attend.
A period of forty years is cov
ered by the terms of the living
Past Masters, beginning with John
W. Norwood in 1910. The list in
cludes John M. Queen. 1916; Wil
liam A. Coble, 1921; Floyd G. Rip
petoe, l!)2:i; Leon. M. Killiau,
192(i; Claude U llosaflook, 1934;
William L. Lampkin. 1936; Robert
11. tiihson, Sr., 1938; Lawson N.
Davis, 1939; Floyd E. Burgess,
CULLOWHEE. N. C. (Special)
. A winter quarter dance, which
was to be sponsored by the Mar
shals Club, has been postponed.
This action was necessary due to a
conflict with the high school bas
ketball tournament which is to take
place at Hrvcso Gym on March 2.
Future plans for the dance are la
And Emmett II. Halentine, l!HI;
William A. Abel, 1942; William II.
Owens, 1943; Joseph S. Davis,
1944; Ruins A. Gaddis, 1945; Shir
ley F.. Cunn.itser, 194ti; Robert C. ,
Mi-Bride, 1947; llallett S. Ward,
1948; Edgar A. Williamson. 11W9;
and Walter F. Sprinkle, 1950.
For Easter At . .
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THAN ANYWHKKIC I5ASKI) ON QUALITY!
Savings On Girls Clothes
Seaman Hampton Home
On 21-Day Leave
SN Roy E. Hampton is home on
a 21-day leave from a Naval Hos
pital in California, where he has
been a patient since December
20th, suffering a broken leg.
Seaman Hampton has been in
service for three years, t.ir
months, and is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Hampton, of Hazel-wood.
The Zinnia is the slate flower
Black and colors . .
all .sizes . . . Only . .
Of lino Gabardines
Sizes from 4 to CX .
7 to 14
GROUP GIRLS' WOOL SUITS
Reg. to $12.98
Reduced to ...
GIRLS' PICOLAY SKIRTS
Beautifully made .
Sizes to 14
GIRLS' PICOLAY DRLSSLS -
Sizes 4 to 14 .
MITZII-: DRESSES ARE IN
Lovely things for vour little ones
Special Group. Ileg.
$1.98. Reduced to
See The. Unusual .JtoiJures
...The Quality' Of
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Nobleroy Play wear
Mom . . .
Little Girls' Nylon
Reg. $2.98. Reduced U
GIRLS' RAYON BLOUSES -Beautifully
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Saddle Stitched, only O.tO
Finely Tailored .
Saddle Stitched .
SMALL GABARDINE PANTS
to size 12 . . . clastic CO QO
sides . . . finely made at0
Small all wool . . . CO A Q
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PANTS . . . Only
SATIN TWILL JACKETS
One group to (DO QQ
size 12 .. . Only :dVO
Small Size SPORT SUITS
Gabardine with coin- (If
bination . . . Onlv ' VF
Boys' SATIN TWILL JACKETS
to sizes 18. .. C HO
BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS . . .
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Fine fabrics and CI QO
newest styles '.170
BOYS' POLO SHIRTS . . .
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short sleeves ... Only
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