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ANCIENT RIFLES AND VETERAN MARKSMEN
join at Mile-Iligh Catalooehee for the annual
Beef Shoot, which takes place this year on August
5. Here Melvin and llayncs Mcsser relax against
the zig-zag rail fence, rifles, powder horns and
shot bags at hand. (Staff Photo).
ANADARKO, Okla. <AP> ? J.
I. Stowe is looking for a collar to
match a shirt he found behind his |
The shirt was neatly wrapped, j
just as it came from the laundry,
and he figures it had been back of
(he drawer at least 20 years. The
shirt requires a detachable collar. :
and he doesn't have one now to
Use the Want Ads for results
BETHEL, Conn. (API ? No one
horse town is this Danbury suburb,
Police Chief Morris S. Britto re
ceived so many complaints about
people riding horses on the side
walks that he issued a warning re
cently saying that the practice had
It is believed the hot dog, which
has become a favorite food through
out America was first served at
New York's Coney Island in 1871.
Husbands Included In
Crabtrce Baptist WMU
Picnic Supper Friday
The Crabtree Baptist Church
WMU Will meet Friday, August 7
at 6:30 in the evening. Husbands
are invited to attend, and each
family will please bring a picnu
supper. The meeting will be held
at Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown's.
I THIS ATTRACTIVE 3 BEDROOM HOME IS LOCATED ON
1 ACRE OF BEAUTIFULLY WOODED LAND, ONE BLOCK
OFF SOCO ROAD, IN COOL, COMFORTABLE SOCO
Field Stone Construction With I Full Bath and 2
* Half Baths. A Lovely Mountain Stream Runs
Through The Property.
For Particulars. Inquir*
| '? At
LINER HEAL ESTATE
^ GL 6-4331 MAIN STREET
I MORI ABOUT
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see his dairy birn. and block alio
and lunch and recreation at tin
Crabtree-lron Duff school.
Over 500 persons turned out fo
the first two CDi' farm and how
I visits, with 268 in attendance oi
; July 29 when Iron Duff visitei
Beaverdam and 246 present whei
Aliens Creek were hosts to Morn
ing Star on August 1.
Talent for the first tour lnr.ude<
a vocal solo by Johnny Kay and i
trio composed of Jean Surrett
Bobbie King and Jean Worley, al
of Beaverdam, and a piano sol<
by Maltie Sue Medford pf lroi
Iron Duff Chairman Jack Raj
was winnpr of the guessing game
Andrew Chambers of lroir Dud
placed first in the lux horn blowing
contest, backed up by Devoe Me
EIroy, Mrs. Ilub Clark and llannf
Beaverdam took honors ir
norse shoe pitching as Tommy
Buchanan and Troy Taxton beat
Hay Milner and frank Chambers
iron Duff evened the score in tar
jet shooting as Jarvis Caldwell
scored highest, winning over his
.cammatc Roy Pope and Beaver
Jam marksmen Stanley James and
Vono Sorrells. Hoys' target shoot
ing contestants were Johnny Ray
and Jerry Boone ot Beaverdam and
lerry and Ned Crawford of Iron
Beaverdam pocketed both boys'
ind girls' soft bat I games, with
score of G-3 in the lirst and 5-0 in
The Aliens Creek-Morning Star
leld day, with an attendance ol
-146, opened with group singing un
ler song leaders C. I- Allen and
lill Hcmbree. A guessing game wa.'
von by Elmer llendrix of Alleni
Fox horn blowing honors wenl
o Mack Ferguson of Aliens Creek
lis teainmtacs were Ralph Fergu
on and Winnie Farmer. Morninj
itar's competitors were Lenoir anc
Aliens Creek also took honor
n both men's and women's divi
| Gets Top Award
MARINE Sergeant William E.
' Shuck Jr. (above), ot Clearfield,
1 Pa., has been posthumously
awarded the nation's highest dec
oration. the Medal of Honor. Sgt. '?
Shuck was awarded the medal for <
heroic action while participating ,
in a daylight attack against well- ,
entrenched Red forces 'n Korea.
sion as "Peanut" Muse and Ernest '
Medford defeated J. W. Freeman ?
| and Wayne Burnette, and Mildred 1
! and Doris Chambers won over Mrs. 1
! Fred Setzer and Mrs. J. W. Free
I _ I
Men's target shooting was won 1
( by Aliens Creek's Fred Farmer and '
t Deltnas Caldwell, who bested 1
Wayne Burnette and Worth Smath- '
, ers. Women's shooting prizes went '
to Louise Chambers and Ila Farm- '
er of Aliens Creek who outshot
II Nellie Khinehart and Lucille Cole
of Morning Star.
Morning Star boys came back to I
win their target match as Bruce I
t Ensley and Hal Miller took honors t
over Roy Mills and Bill Smith.
' i Aliens Creek's Doris and Carolyn
,; Fisher were the only team in the
I girls' target shooting competition.
| Both halves of the Softball
' doubleheader were taken by Aliens :
_ Creek, the boys winning 12-1 and
the girls 13-3. :
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Kinston. 1.000, Rockingham. 473;
Waynesvillc, 700; and Wilmington,
800. The total capacity of the j
eight theaters is 7,190.
Mr. Stellings and Mr. Gossett will
have temporary offices in the Man
or Theater but will open perma
nent downtown offices at an early
date. All of the indoor theaters are
first-run houses and. they plan to
continue them as this type of op
Plan No Change
There are from 80 to 100 persons
employed in the theaters and the
new owners plan no change in
personnel. John A. Drinkhouse is
manager of the Strand here.
All of the leases they are taking
over are for long terms and all of
the theaters are well equipped and
in excellent buildings, they said.
All have facilities for 3-D projec
tion and wide screens will be in
stalled in the near future. The
Kinston theater, they said, is con
sidered the nccest theater in the
Carolinas, while the two drive-ins
are only about a year old and are
Mr. Stellings has been in the
heater business for a number of
?ears. Mr. Gossett was in the tex
ile mill business with his father,
lie late B. B. Gossett, until the
iule of the Gossett Mills to Tex
ron in 194(j. Since then, he has
jecn operating a textile mill sup
ply company. He has discontinued
his business, effective Saturday, ;
lowever, and both he and Mr. Stel
ings will devote ttieir full time to J
he operation of the theaters.
Finely diced fresh pineapple
lastes wonderful when it's added i
to shredded green cabbage; moisten I
he salad with a creamy salad dress- i
ing and sprinkle with paprika. i
Here's a delicious dessert sand- i
wich: Cut brick ice cream into I
slices and place between slices of I
pound cake; top with a fresh fruit; I
sauce. ' i
CHARLIE BOSWELL, putts the ball
straight to the cup in the National
Blind Golfers Tournament at
Birmingham, Ala., as his coach.
Grant Thomas, who lined up the
shot, looks on. Boswell, of Birm
ingham, was defending his crown
for the fifth straight time. He was
blinded in combat during World
War II and took up golf after his
discharge. . (International)
(Continued from Page 1)
County's Sheriff E. Y. Ponder.
Contrary to Sunday's weather in
at her parts of Western North Caro
lina. the skies were clear all day
if Max Patch and riot a drop of
Although flounders have one eye
on each side of their heads at.birtb,
hut (hey rest on one side on the
bottom and one eye migrates until
both eyes are on the upper side
of the head.
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street flshtng truck Hl
the charred rt main? v^jH
off with Hit- walei 1
The small pile <>t dqmI
found in the ba ri^B
The Recce men rolled J
Jeep, and remo\. T
the porch. Thai ,4, J
be saved from 11. w
Inless Cook a u: I
presume he peri , ,1 ^ 1
flames." Dr. Pat< I
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house remain The houti 2
Highway 110, aboui : ggj
Blessing In l>is?uisJ
WIl.MIMi'l ON ,, I
hitch in iuiI i?i rieij
disguise for i
Un'ke here win1' . J
country to join ^
They were am on 14I
of entering an uninliabitedS
lag. Awaiting trail thej U|^H
ed to do painting jobs at
They proved such rod ?
that, alter they wen ttfl
io4 put on iiatiM
county hired tliem m
painting bridges tountjfl
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