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tirades. 10 oerve DarDecue
Thi men of Aliens Creek Com
munitv Development Program are
at it again. Two months ago tht'.v
and thev alone prepared and serv
ed a dinner for the benefit of tin
CDP. They served 160 customers.
and they had to . turn 140 more
away with empty stomachs ana
After two montns convalescence,
they are ready to try again. This
Saturday, May 26, they will do all
thA work at a barbecue dinner to
be held at the Aliens Creek school
erounds. The nineteen cooks ex
pect to be ready at 1 o'clock.
Serving on the committee with
Rufus Siler, chairman, are Delmas
-i,wll Ernest Medford. Abe
Ernest Shuier, mukmu
Dr. Clark Speaks
Of Plains Church
Richard Conte, popular action-star cast in the role of a New York
racketeer, tries to make an escape deal with prison Trusty Royal
Dano, left, in this important scene from Uinversal-lnternational's
new suspense film. "I'nder the Gun." which co-stars Conte with
lovely Audrey Totter. Sam JanV, right, who plays the role of a
prison inmate in "I'nder the Gun." playing at the Strand Wednes
day and Thursday.
On Fines Creek
key caddie can be
s, inside oi tne us
w.r ic available and
cull MOMIVI '
MRS. SAM FERGUSON
A much-needed rain fell in the
Fines Creek section last week, al
though the downpour was so great
in some parts that it did consider
able damafie to crops and roads.
Sam Ferguson's road up to his
lower place was completely washed
away and his corn crop damaged
liuil .fell with the heavy down
Depot Street jordan,
.lunioi-Senior play at Fines
school cleared about $75
Seventy-three employees of the
Champion Paper and Fibre Com
Danv entered the firm's 15-Year
Group at the 11th annual dinner
meeting Thursday evening at the
This hrings to a total of 398 the
number of men and women who
have had 15-20 years of continu
ous, service with Champion.
Reuben B. Robertson, chairman
of the board, was host at the meet
ing and delivered his annual mes
sage. Reuben B. Robertson, Jr.
Champion president, and Dwight
J. Thomson. Champion vice-presi-dent,
both of Hamilton, Ohio, spoke
The after-dinner program open
ed with a welcome from H. A. Hel-
der. Canton division manager, and
a resoons bv woody Robertson, a
member of the 15-Year Group em
ployed In the Soda-Sulphate de
partment, Bruce Morford. manager of
Champion's Industrial and com
munity relations, presided..
SDecial entertainment was giv
en by Tubby Hanks and his asso
ciates, of Charlotte, Dinner music
w as provided by the Champion
YMCA Rhythm Band. The dinner
was served by Mrs. Ben Grube
The seventy-three new members
of the group are;
William Ernest Anderson, Hu
bert Franklin Boyd. Howard Wil
liam Childers. Maude D. Curtis
Fred Crawford Fore. Joseph Sam
uel Hardin, A. Turner Harkins,
William Haynes Henson, Erasmus
Duncan Herndon, Gerald Oroh-
man Hill, Elwood Louis Howell.
Laddie Wayne King, Bruce G.
Nanney, Clyde Barton Ray, Del
mer D. Reed, Charles Furman Rob
inson, Glenn Eugene Robinson,
Ronald William Rush, Glenn Wil
liam Stamey. Nannie Brown Stiles,
Rov James Sutlles, James Howard
MRS. LLOYD R. JONES
A soecial service was arranged
for the opening of the new Plains
Methodist Church Sunday. Dr.
C. N. Clark, former superintend
ent of the Waynesville District,
was guest speakt r; and the Rev.
George Culbreth. pastor of the
church sooke on the theme. The
A musical program was given by
the church choir assisted by visit
During the service new mem
bers were received into the
POP CORN j COLO CIKLI
A number of Hominy residents
tolned In the working Wednesday
at the Plains church in order to
have it ready for the dedication
service on Sunday. The women or
the church furnished dinner to
Church members enjoyed a fel
tnushio suoDer Wednesday, rol
lowing supper, meetings were held
on the educational program ana on
the Bible School.
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I'lcsented last Thursday night, the
evening was pronounced a "great
Saturday, May 2fi
7:30 P. M.
Lrl Story and the Rambling
0 RAMBLING MOUNTAINEERS QUARTET
AND RANGER THE WONDER DQG. .
lonsored by Hazelwood Legion Post
Admission 30 & 60 cents
Jim Carpenter, agriculture teach
er at Fines Creek, look a party of
Kmiml HiiIUiIII on a
weekend fishing trip.
West and Gossett. real estate
auctioneers, were on fines .iec
this past week vNiting people and
HettiniT information' on 'property
llial is tn be sold soon.
The Rev. Jarvis Teague and
family from Walnut visited Mr.
Teatjue's parents on While tK
Friday and went home isatiiiuay oy
way of Fines Creek.
Mr. Teague went to school at
Fines Creek and is a former pas
tor of Fines Creek Baptist Church.
Tavlor. Fston Andrew West. Albert
Lee Wilev. Baarbara Ann Wiley,
Lee Edward Willis, Samuel Med
ford Wilson. A. M. Fairbrother, W
Carl Harris. H. V. Scholl. W. Ar
ley Swanger, James E. Wilkinson,
Charles Gregory. Ira Massie, Sam
Rufus Wlnfred Allison, James
Wilson Barefoot, Dorothy Zora
Bentley, Leona Glance Boone,
Howard Austin Cole, Hugh Robert
Farley. John Ford, Isaac Glenn
Franklin. James A. Gaddis, Kayle
Newman Hamlelt, Lucy Roberta
Harkins, Levi Cat hey Haynes, Nina
Pauline Hemphill, Troy Vincent
Hester. William Carroll Johnson,
Russell C. Kinsland, Paul Ledbet-
ter, Spencer Joyce Matney, Henry
Leon McDowell, Jr.. Mary umise
Osborne. Nannie G. Reed, Gaston
Jonathan Creek CDP
To Meet Wednesday
The Jonathan Creek Community
Development Program will have
their regular monthly meeting
Wednesday night. May 23, accord
ing to an announcement Dy .nos
Boyd, chairman. The meeting win
be held at the Hock Hill school at
The topic under discussion will
h.. the erouD insurance plan.
Everv member is urged to at
A,i,-..vi- lililnphart. Flovd Roberts
Edith Mae Robinson, Gurley C
Robinson. Charles Wilson Serogg
James Robert Sheffield, Lewis
Manson Smathers, Luke Smathers,
James Rav Stamey. Clyde Burnett
Stockton, Roger Hessle Terrell,
Clarence Vernon Watts, William
Ray Whitesides, Bobble Willis, Vel
la B. Williams, Craig Whltmire
and Rhoda MeClui-e
THOM AS F.l'GFNE CI KT1S. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Zeb W. Curtis.
who will graduate from Mars Hill
College at the 95th commence
ment finals Monday morning.
Mav 28 Chancellor R. B. House
of the University of North Caro
lina will be the baccalaureate
speaker at the exercises, when
195 will receive diplomas.
Of The Night?
RICHMOND, lnd. (API The
faith nf two Richmond families in
their watchdogs has been shattered
w hurulars. Sam Graf told police
he and his family returned borne
in unit the house entered, $1H-
laken. and their "vicious" dog
l,u.k.il In the kitchen.
And Ed Bratton came home the
same night to And his house ran
sacked and his watch dog which
he had left inside-sitting outside,
shivering on the front porch.
Show Starts At 7:30
MON & TI ES , MAV 21 & 22
'WOMAN OF DISTINCTION'
RAY M1EE AN and ROSALIND RUSSELL
WEO. '& Till RS., MAY 23 & 21
RENEGADES OF THE SAGE"
CHARLES STARUETT ami SMILEY Bl'RNETTE
Also Selected Short Subjects
IELK HUDSON SETS THE PACE Ollering You
Major Cecil Brown, her mother
Mills, Frank Wood, C. L. Allen,
Taylor Wilson, 1.-.- B. Franklin.
io mil ttemhree ihe was
chairman last time). Hiram Mc
ri-neken. Fred Farmer, llarl Al
! len Sr., Moody Farmer. Elmer
jHcndrix. Bill Ferguson, and Eu
i m,n rvaie. Tickets are available
from any member of the committee.
and two nephews, are visiting rela-
itves in New Jersey. Major Brown
was to attend a conference at At
CONVENIENTLY GROUPED TO MAKE YOUR SHOPPING EASIER!
Mr and Mrs. Vance Holbrook
and family spent the weekend with
Mr. llolbrook's parents In Frank
The Rev. Okel Evans left Sun
day for Greensboro and Durham.
He will undergo treatment at Duke
lTnkersitv Hospital for a throat
TONITE & TUESDAY O
Tian.tt ji "... i
MONDAY, MAY 21
Group No. 1
Group No. 6
LADIES' COTTON AND
Reg. to $2.48
4(9)3' a i, i h.M'Ji -
J SIWIUY ROBERTS ton LtONMW KUDSTEIN
"WHOM HAU. . A UNWEHVLWTtWyTWIjM WCTURC
t WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY O
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Group No. 2
Reg. $9.95 & $12.95 Ladies' Spring & Summer;
TUES. & WED , MAY 22 & 23
mi. i i 1 11 " t'" 1 1 r
wrrCTE'STJ e Air:- I?' Ill SOU III '
Group No. 3
Reg. $16-50 & $19.95 Ladies Spring & Summer
flrrkiir No. 7
Reg $1.95 & $:.9." Ladies' Cotton & Rayon
DRESSES How $3-70
Group No. 8
ALL METAL VENETIAN
Qw lu a, Vffntt
DinuRnn aamtt . nimuiv iiii irn
: JOHN McIKTlKt 5A1 Jrt jol. . -0
M ttORGE ZUCKERHAN DirtcM bf TED TCTZLAFF - Produced by RALPH uit.
A lINiyntSAL-WTIRWllUlwi. rn
$1 UNlZ'rZZZt. "Ar!
. Marta TOREN
h UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
ERROL FLYNN and ANN SHERIDAN
Group No. 4
Rec. $16.50 & $19 95 Ladies' Spring & Summer
COHTS :! How SUM
Group No. 5
Reg. $5.95 to $7.95 Ladies' Cl.aml.ray
DRESSES How $4-70
24 to 30 in. wide
64 in. long
Group No. 9
PROVINT. AGAIN THAT BELK-IIUDSON
SELLS FOR LESS
REG. $35.(10 & $39 50 RAYON & G ABARDINE
1 TIE FREE
WITH EACH SUIT
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