Mississippi State Fair (Jackson, Miss.); Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service; Canning and preserving; Exhibitions
Homemade farm relief is pictured in this suggested pantry supply arranged by specialists of the Extension Service at State College (Starkville, Miss.), and set up at the Mississippi State Fair (Jackson, Miss.).
4-H clubs; Roundaway 4-H Club (Coahoma County, Miss.); African-Americans; Canning and preserving; Plantations; Quilts
Geneva Byers, 4th year girl, Roundaway 4-H Club , Kyle Plantation, Coahoma County, Mississippi. Winner of blue ribbon on canned products at 2 exhibits of more than 200 women on Kyle Plantation; county and state winner 2 times in Girls State Garden...
Canning and preserving; Dwellings; Home demonstration work
A progressive home demonstration leader has over 500 cans and jars stored for next year. Mrs. M. E. Hayes of Canton (Miss.) cans for home use and bakes for the market. She says Bernice, her daughter, shares equally in the work. Bernice is a 4-H...
Ballground Plantation (Miss.); Floods; Agriculture; Home economics; Home economics extension work; Women; 4-H clubs (Warren County, Miss.); Canning and preserving
Interview with the wife of B.N. (Bell Newell) Simrall (1883-1971) of Ballground Plantation in Warren County, Mississippi, primarily regarding the 1927 flood and her work with 4-H. Conducted by Mrs. E. R. McKnight in April 1982.