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Watauga Democrat. (Boone, Watauga County, N.C.) 1888-current, September 26, 1957, Page 2, Image 2

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;a Playoff |^| jiii fof Ijyi dfCUIt ]#a<| battlnf tot KuiharwpMjS Truphiei were predated to Katberwuod m4 the CToMtn AllStar» a* pUy-oTf »nd regular mho> wliim, Uach )nter»«t wax ihown IB voting (Br the wttuiw oI the (portMMiuhip trophy la a Mount* Ji «a» Judged to be the wtnner* Robert Ragaa aeo-pted I *»porU ■Nr matuhtp wU evident throufhout the entire beieball tcason. Livestock Exhibits To Spark State Fair The I rowing import* nee of lire•lock to tile state'! economy will be the theme of a special aerie* of fO graphic exhibit* depicting the story oI "Food Meat*—from Farm to Table" at the N. C. State Fair, October 19 through 19. Featuring food meat* and the livestock industry this year la a continuation of the big fair's program of highlighting each year a major element of the state's rural Religious Week Begins At ASTC "Alt You i Hitchhiker?" will be the general theme of Religious Emphasis Week as It Is celebrated by college student* September 28-October >. The Religious Council of Appalachian Stat* Teacher* College sponsors the annual event. Guests speakers for the occasion will include the Right Reverend M. George Henry, D. D., Dr. Carl W. McMurray, and the Reverend Orion N. Hutchinson. Dr. Henry Is *n Episcopal bishop, who graduated from the Univertlty of North Carolina and th* Virginia Theological Seminary. Dr. McMurray is pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Marion. He has studied at the American School of Oriental Research In Jerusalem. Rev. Mr. Hutchins 1* a native of Charlotte, and received hi* B. A. degree from Davidson College. He has done post graduate wort at Emory University. Besides the speakings, the program will include daily •Inspiration*, seminars, and dormitory discussion in both, the men's and women's dormltorlea. The speaker* will engage in diacuaaiona with the students. The Religious Council la composed of students from the various church In Boone, which seek to give the students a Christian outlook on their college life. Mountaineers (Continued from page one.) Except for Juttlce. the iiim ■tartan win again be ready on Saturday nicht. John Ponia and Cal Burleson will be at the end potions, Jim Conger and Bob White at the tackles, Jerry Dunn and Phil Trlplett at the guarda, and Dick Roberge at center. The back field will be made up of Midkiff at fullback, Dean Upton and Glenwood Wilion at the halfbacks, and Oleadenning at the quarterback poat Coach Robinson's lineup la listed aa: Jack Spady at left end. Jim Phythyon at left tacklejon Carswell at left guard, Jerry Hawkins at center, Charlie Byrd at right gmard, Gerald Lewis at right tackle, Keith Howell at right end, Mugford aa quarterback. Jack Hendrix at left half back, Bobby Watta at right half, and Lowell Jennings at fullback. Although Western Carolina's two previous starts have ended In defeat, the Cullowhee boys are expected to prove a formidable foe for the Appa. They will be out t« change the total garnet won In their favor In the AppalachianWestern Carolina aeriaa. They have won only two games In the last twelve atarta with the Mountaineers. The United States has agreed to negotiate with the Soviet Union on aa exchange of radio and television broadcaata between the two countriea. [ economy. In put jtmts. tobacco, amall graina and dairying have been featured. And now the itate'i faateil growing farm activity will have iti atory told from breeding and rataIng of the cow or hog on the farm, through the atepa at marketing, proccaaing and dlatrlbution to the preparation of food meata for the table. Only recently a leading tankerfarmer of the atate aatounded a group of liatenera by declaring that liveatock production would aurpaaa tobacco aa the principal money crop for the North Carolina farmer within the next ten yeara. In preparing hia liatenera for thla atatement, U. Edmund Ay cock, managing director of the agricultural dlviaion of Wachovia Bank and Truat Company of Raleigh, explained that the money value of the atate'a poultry production had already paaaed that of cotton and the value of all food meat anlmala and poultry thla year would be nearly one-third of the total farm Income. Dr. J. W. Pou, head of the animal induatry department of N. C. State College, atatea that the varioua liveatock ahowa of the 1M7 State Pair, which are the South'i moat outatandlng ahowa for beef and dairy cattle, awlne and aheep, will further complement and exemplify theae special food meat exhlblta, and that falrgoera will be treated to the moat informative and exciting ahowa ever ataged at tta^air. Competition among liveatock breeder! for the coveted championahlp rtbbona and bannera has grown much keener In the paat aeveral yeara alnoe all the aenior ahowa have been thrown open to breeder* from other atatea Pou atatea that already a large number of owner* from other atatea have Indicated they would have anlmala entered thla year. cued By Welfare Dept.! Tike county department of public welfare I* concerned (bout children work lug durtog school hotrs and other possible violations of t»ttte and f*deral labor law*, according t« U itoWaNi by Daw P. KuU county Amdfintehdent of public welfare. • The welfare d<'pnrto»eal ia particularly interested m protecting children from ymployaient which ' would do them harm ar would exploit The county welfare department ia responsible for Issuing of Iub..r permlta under the direction of the State Department of Labor for peraona seeking compliance with the provision* of the child labor lawa. Violations of the child labor law* are reported to Dm State Department of Labbr. Some of the lawa applicable to children: children under fourteen yean of afe may not be employed in any occupation other than working for their parents or guardiana, except In rare Inatanoes. Sixteen yeara of age ia the minimum age for moat occupation. However, children may gain employment at fourteen if the situation meets the approval of the county welfare department and no hazards are involved in the occupation. One point of concern to welfare officials and public school officials as well la the employment of minor children during school hours. Children under sixteen year* .of age may not under any circumstances be employed during school houra. A child from fourteen to aixteen may work not more than three houra on school days and not more than eight hours other daya. Children of thia age may work not more than eighteen hours ( week during tic hoot *«tln tad no* more than forty hours a week during iummer and vacation periods. according to the provisions of the law. Claire Luce favorite motto, ihf painted Into! TKuh 1** Aita 'Mia Mu4(tM WaHtfa In J08R ui oils, foe picture mngs in the permanent mUmUob of the Rochester Art Museum Her oil painting of Umn is ia the South ampton Art Museum ea Long Island. Her form of exercise la still dancing, which she does quite writ. When she has time she likes to go to Martha Graham's Studio, but if there is not time she "roaches for the stan." Stretching, she thinks, is the boat farm of exercise for women. Her domestic arts art limited primarily to the chafing dish She impresses people with her trick of emptying things from the can into a pan and then into the chafing diah, a touch that requires no skill but always makes people think something very "special" is being prepared. Miss Luce, returning this month from a visit to Italy, will appoar at Appalachian In her Interpretation of Aldout Huxley's essay "Fashions In Love." Tickets for admission to the performance may be purchased at the door of the Physical Education Building on the night of the performance. Both Admiral Radford, retiring chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and his successor, General Twining, believe (hit the Soviet Union Is unlikely to start a war because it respects the military power of this country. The Slate Merchant* AasociaUon KM warned of three different persona caahing bad checks in North Carolina recently, aaid Stanley X Harru. manager of the Boom Chamber of Commerce and Merchants Aaaociation. The flnt hai used the name of J. M. McGhee He presents aa Ka*o credit card and a driven license ai identification They, too, are fraudulent. The saeond ia Nathan T. Daniela, who haa drawn checks on Jack Stacy. They are forgeries. The third la Walter Craln, who tried to "pall a big one" on the Wachovia Bank k Trust Company at Wilmington. He had large checks oa American National Bank at Klmhall, Nebraska, and a fraudulent cashier's check for *8.700 from a bank In Texarkana. Mr. Harris said notice had been received from the post office this week that Frank Burton Frilot and Milton 8. Mermell, both notorious criminals, are passing stolen money orders from a post office in Idaho. Two men cashing checks on McLean Motor Lines, Johnson Motor Lines, and Chrysler Corporation have been captured. The Merchants Association of Boone and Watauga County urges all of ita members to be sure they caah no checks unless they know the person getting the money. BIG PLASTIC ROOT Concord, N. II.—A New Hampshire manufacturer recently announced that ho had built a pin* tie roof large enough to cover threv football fleldi. The roof will be shipped to Brunei* and aaed for the United State* pavilion at the 1908 Brusset'* World Fair. " ' i : ^ / Pullet Show (Called Best Yet The sixth annual 4-H Pullet Show and Sale that was held Thunxiay, September 19th, is con sidtfed the bent *bow to date. Eight club member* exhibited Mwe riUton pullets, one received a red ribbon and one a white ribbua. pJThoi* winning blue ribbons were: Burl Norrts, Larry Richard son. Janice Tester, Russell Swiff Ronald Swift, Jerry So»H6 anH Hai old Keller. The red ribboc ni »on by Bobby Glenn and th» white ribbon went to W«nu Haga nun. •;J. ' I The pullets averaged *2.3# p« bird which is the highest averagt price in sis years % The show is sponsored by Sear* Roebuck and Ce. ',£< J Paul said to Mr. Ed: i '. ... .. J» * .>»"' 'j,: j® [ FIGHTING SPnttT > « The tall, dignified man joined the crowd in front of a bargain counter, in an attempt to get a very ipeciai pair of boae for hia wife. He inched hia way patiently but was buffeted here and there by the women and made no progrew Suddenly be lowered hia head, atretched out hia arma. and barged through the crowd. "Can't you act like a gentleman?" inquired a cold feminine voice at hia elbow. "I've been acting like a gentleman for the paat hour," replied the man, (tilt charging forward. "From now on I'm going to act like a lady." Paul E. A. GAULTNET AND 1. PAUL WINKLES Watauga Insurance Agency NORTHWESTERN BANK BUILDING — PHONE AM 44291 BOX SC7 — BOONE, N. C.

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