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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Fashion specialists sizes 18 to 60 16�to32�y 2811 Battleground Greensboro in shop daily 105 30 m _ Wayne Abernathy Stop hour the is manager a ?6c5 us Harris re. Saturday Friday Quot am to a a to a pm i am to 5 pm pm inf 131 8113 6b High Point Enterprise thursday april la 1974 Cherokee Village attracts visitors Cherokee a the Young girl spoke softly a this is our Finger weaving Section. They Are working with commercial Wool Yam. Before we had this material we used inter Ibers of the Mulberry bark and the Indian behind the girl two women Laboured nimbly their fingers busily weaving the brightly coloured Wool. This was one of the stops in Ocona Tuftee Indian Village. The Young girl in the Bright shawl was a Cherokee guide. Ocona Tuftee is an authentic re created Cherokee Village of 200 years ago. It is a a living there Are no flowing headdresses. The Cherokee did not Wear them. There Are no teepees. The cherokees lived in one will not find the Hollywood red Man in Ocona Tuftee. What he will find is a fascinating educational glimpse into the past and a better understanding into the life of the Cherokee. The Village is snuggled among Rhododendron Mountain Laurel and giant covering Trees. A Stream snakes its Way through much of the two acres set aside for the Village located in the very heart of the great Smoky mountains. Nearby is the marriage Point of the great Smoky mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Ocona Tuftee operated by the Cherokee historical association opens on May 16 and closes on oct. 21. Hours Are 9 a. In. To 5.30 p. In. There Are 14 stops on the lectured tour and it takes approximately one hour to Complete. Visitors Are encouraged to take the guided tour and then double Back for photo sessions. One of the most interesting discoveries in the Village Are the Cherokee Homes. There Are three examples. One is the Type Desoto found the Cherokee living in around 1540. Another Home was built around 1750, while another displayed is the Type built around 1800. A visit to the seven sided Council House provides an educational insight into the history culture and social background of the Cherokee. Here too one learns of the removal or tragic a Trail of tears a where most of the Cherokee were torn from their land and removed to Oklahoma give carpet daily care to keep it really clean Arlington a. To keep your carpet looking clean longer follow these instructions remove stains immediately. Absorb into tissues or scrape up with a spoon. Dry cleaning fluids or detergent solutions will dissolve Many stains so that they can be absorbed into tissues. Call your professional for additional advice. Vacuum daily to remove Gritty soil and litter the entire carpet should receive a thorough vacuuming once a week. When traffic areas Start to show soil they should be cleaned of traffic areas become excessively dirty it May be impossible to remove enough soil to make them look As clean As the adjacent areas. Move a piece of furniture to determine How heavy the soil is. Seek advice from your professional cleaner a better to Call him too often than to allow your carpet to become so dirty that it cannot be restored. After your carpet has been cleaned professionally avoid using it until it dries to prevent tracking soil onto the wet fibres and crushing the wet to prevent permanent stain from furniture legs or Metal casters do not move furniture off the protective pads or onto the Damp carpet. Wait until the carpet is thoroughly dry before removing pads and replacing furniture then vacuum to remove additional soil. Ancient Art two Cherokee women nimbly weave brightly coloured Wool into belts which will be purchased by visitors to their Village this summer. The Ocona Tuftee Indian Village at Cherokee opens on May 16 and will conclude the season on oct. 21. Williams Flowers Quality Flowers professional service Joi j English no. Call 82-4141 Conr Xiyo a wits afr its skam.fc., it Tel no Parth toil \3oq momus of a ratty a bitter taste might Juanoma. Its a r r craftsmen demonstrate ancient methods of the Cherokee come Hrom Lottee rot although in some cases the materials Are modern. Pottery makers use native Clay to fashion vessels and then work interesting designs onto their Handiwork. Canoe making Wood carving making of arrowheads baskets Finger weaving and Bead work Are All demonstrated for the visitor. Colors in the baskets come from Root and bark. The Finger weavers can hold from two to 120 strands of Yam in their hands at a time. The Square ground or ceremonial ground is where ceremonial dances were held. Every Village had a ceremonial ground the size depending on the size of the Village. All of the Cherokee dances had meanings. They never danced for pleasure. There Are seven different seating sections for the seven clan system the Cherokee lived under. Here the guide explains about the Cherokee language and their alphabet. The Cherokee could never curse a person. They had no such words in their language. They might Call one a Devil but the swear words belonged to the White Man. Another interesting part of Ocona Tuftee is the authentic Indian Herb Garden. The nature Trail is also very popular. There is no word in the Cherokee language for a goodbye a As they believe that someday somewhere All will meet again. Often a bitter Drew from the Coffee Dot is not the fault of the Coffee but that of the Coffee maker. Residue from previous brews can build up in a Coffee pot and cause the a pick flavor do Coffee coming from the spout. It is very important to Wash the Coffee pot and All parts in hot suds and rinses after each use. To get the spout and Basket Stem clean use a Long narrow Brush designed for this purpose. Occasionally for a Well cared for Coffee pot try this extra cleaning method. Fill the pot with hot water and add one Tablespoon of dishwasher detergent. Stir to dissolve completely. Soak for about a half hour. Then Wash and rinse. For a really stained Coffee pot perk the dishwasher solution. Then Wash and rinse As usual. Another Home remedy is to perk a solution containing a Tablespoon of baking soda. In of Fasano 10111 pre easter saving just in time for the easter Parade save on your easter outfit shop monday through saturday 10/9 into dresses misses amp or sizes dresses Junior Pant suits girls Spring ensembles girls dresses infant amp toddler fashions Spring jackets famous Label French room dresses selected groups of

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