Eating at LJ 1924

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Eating at LJ 1924 - ! MINISTERS WERE WELL FED Just Closing at Lake...
! MINISTERS WERE WELL FED Just Closing at Lake Juna- Has Been Very Successful. Junaluska, Aug. 28. -- Stu- and visitors whg took their the Mission Building din- and cafeteria, the co-open- hal1 of the Southern Meth- hl " accompanied ,°£ Assembl y at Lake Junaluska, '? served 34,000 sin-h ' !ie meals according to a tabulation fliade pubhc here C. F. Cazebon. director of the dining hall. This did not include I am more fond of feeding people than anything else," said Mr. Caze- was makinir preparations r .., n j 0 j ' £° se u p the assembly dining hall , f " a-:., is "" sp for tbis season. ?° the /. e HV 00 meal ? and the ir. Cazebon ;tat- him to dozen chickens, 300 hams, 500 chops, 700 pounds of a v " , , h-/ve al cut!ets 1 - 800 Pounds of bacon, * j , . » , ^ , . ___ *. i. . . j* /*n^ _. t -Thes§ folk horo were he u _ ' : r nave milk-fed-' imiK T | t Other supplies the records show in- to pounds of celfry. 40 gallon^ of olive' 500 pounds of nicLk", and 700 pounds this, listed pounds the vocation and occupa-i ' t h e ^ wcl1 a « avocation with Mr.j devoting two 1 TM h s of thc ' ea r to looking after ^.^P^ronomic welfare of the guests " " m m e r ' ' Building at the Meth- t^ Southern Assembly Grounds, he ·'·es the other ten months of the to the feeding of the traveling on the dining cars of certain in Tennessee and the acl- . J°, mm ff statg s, directing a large force , cooks - waiters, chefs and stcw- arid main officp in Nashville. in the op- dining hull from his department of M. .Cassetty, Jr., J? ger of the Southern n ^n^,^ ^ Mission Boa .lust closing has been "^r j_t i "t?--^ ·-'- "--^ --jw«ijii^iu the season ver ' success- L , ' w , t h r c e s u m m cr conference., ,,» holding their meetings in the Mis- anrl the registration capacity O f the house at ^ hand ^ ~ . manager of the As- R. Pennypacker, of Nashville, stated that the record of the Favora- y of this season was one that Assisting in the resident were 6 young men in colleges and universities. I

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  1. Statesville Record And Landmark,
  2. 28 Aug 1924, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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