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ks THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER ill
at a microscopic target 60
away?and the judges will
lire your accuracy with a
of calipers. Hair-splitting
ions sometimes have to be
, as the closeness of the pat
of the three shots tells the
ward Tittle On
y From Korea
11 THE KOREAN if A SE
ION?Pvt. Edward E. Tittle,
wife lives on Greene Ave.,
d. N. J., is enroute to the U.S.
serving with the Korea Base
n since December 1951.
le. who entered the Army
Til 1950. has been awarded
iorean Service Ribbon with
campaign stars. He was a
it of the 546th Engineer
son ui .>lr. and Mrs. Fred H.
136 N Pine St., Hazelwood,
rmerlj attended Wayn%sville
unit is part of the Korean
Ujok what You get
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Bh? thrilling performance of
? big Fireball 8 ? the soft
?nd steady going of the still
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*al comfort of 6-passenger
lcominess?the rich pleasure
? luxuriously fitted interiors,
lut oli you pay is just a little
?on ihon you have to for
?e "luw priced" cars. Better
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And look at the "extras"
you get at no extra costl
Direction Signals ? Lighter
Dual Map Lights ? Twin Sunshodej
Automatic Glove Box Light
Oil-Bath Air Cleaner
Full-Flow Oil Filter ? Vacuum Pump
Bumper Guards, front and rear
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READY for the annual Cataloochec Beef Shoot
at the mile-high ranch is Frank Rich and his
beloved old rifle, fondly called "Granny". For a
while it was feared that this year not enough of
the ancient "hog" rilies could he found to hold
the shoot. (N.C. News Bureau I'hoto).
Farm Tour Group Enjoy
Sights Of The Far West
By W. C MEDFORD
On entering Colorado (from
Kansas) the changing topography
and economic conditions were more
noticeable: Now we are In La Jaun
ta (Spanish), where the Spanish
American laborers huddle togeth
er and look on, as we pause here
briefly. A little tanned looking
two-year-old sits in his cart near
the sidewalk, looking on in won
"Look how cute!" some one ex
Base Section which furnishes sup
plies, transportation, communica
tions and services to UN fighting
forces. The Base Section includes
most of the major military instal
| lations in the southern portion of
the Korean peninsula.
claims, as several got out to bet'
ter see him?
"You'll skeer that kid to death,"
shouted- .Tim Harrdtl, as Miryl
Medford stooped, with camera
What A Shame?Only One!
We are soon into Rocky Ford, a
small town in the midst of a 'rich
agriculture, gardening and seed
growing section. We had been
climbing?the altitude here is 4.
250 feet. Now, here was a revela
tion and something new for most
of us to see?what can be done on
rich dry soil by irrigation.
Headquarters of the D V. Bur
rell Seed Co., they have hundreds
| of acres here and nearby 'in the
upper Arkansas river valley sec
tion) used for the growing of all
kinds of garden and flower seeds.
We were shown some of the seed
plats; and at the 10-acres of Zenias
the ladies exclaimed in wonder
They were allowed to pick one
zenia each; and you can imagine
what a predicament they were in?
a group of Haywood County flow
er-loving women in a lCf-acrc field
of gorgeous zenias and allowed to
pick only one each!
"'All aboard!" We settle down
for another lap; and as we enter
the foothills of the Colorado Rock- j
ies we behold the majestic beau-1
t.v of this "red rock" mountainous I
region. We hear exclamation after 1
exclamation as we arc whirled
around. Now we are near, rather
under, a precipilous mountain side I
with its rock-clad colors, red, red- !
ish brown, pink and orange, j
glistening in the afternoon sun. Or,'
maybe, we are winding up again?
we reach the top, and lo! what a
vista appears; Peculiar rock form
ations. hanging boulders?red. red.
red, all the hues of red, and only [
hntltcn here and there by clusters
of small clinging pines or bunches
of cactus and starving grasses?
"Wonderful!" our folks exclaim
(and be it said to the credit of our
women folk, 1 don't think 1 heard
the word "cute" used then).
Came Out To "Greet Us"
Now we are entering Pueblo,
Colorado, an pld cattle town. It i
now has several large manufac
luring industries, steel and smelt
ing plants, body works, conerete
blocks, etc. As we neared the Win
nequa Club house for lunch peo
ple were out on the lawn with
cars parked about, a club meeting
was then in session?
"Look bow they've come out to
greet us," said "Abner" MehalTey.
After a good lunch here < in fact
all our meals were very good ex
cepting one or two) we were on
our way to Royal Gorge, the Colo
rado Rockies growing taller, plain
er as we journeyed.
Winding up the scrubby pine and
cedar-clad slopes we were soon
there. As we alighted from the
busses and looked around we real
ized that many sight-see-ers from
nearly all the states of the Union
and a foreign country or two were
also there. Now, I know that 1 can
not do justice to this place. It's
wonders beggar all such. However
As we stood on Angel's Trail
walk-way (or other observation
points) and looked straight down
into the gorge where the Arkansas
river runs through. 1.055 feet be
low. we found ourselves In the
presence of an awe-inspiring won
der! The Hanging (Suspension)
Bridge is an engineering and scenic
marvel The large cables support
ing it. consist of 4,200 strands of
No. f) galvanized wire, which if
laid cnd-lo-end, would reach from
the Gorge to a point in the Atlan
tic beyond New York City, so we
Because of vibration, travel
across the bridge is slow, being re
stricted to 10 miles?the cars com
ing and going (two way travel,
bumper to bumper the day we
were there. The flags of all the
states float over the bridge, being
placed at intervals on both sides.
The observation cable car on the
incline railroad runs 2'ii miles
per hour and has scheduled trips.
They claim it to be "the steepest
incline railway in the world."
There is room for people to stand
on the heavy timbers of both sides
of the bridge and look down into
the gorge, even as cars go by. As
one thus looks down, the river,
though swift, seems to be running
silently?inaudible because of the
depth. Also the Canon City 4 It
water main, anchored to the hard,
brown granite-rock depths along
one side of the river looks to be
about 12 inches; and the Denver
and Rio Grande standard gauge
railroad on the other side looks
to be much smaller than - a nar
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AIM for the distant target from any stance you prefer when with the rifle steadied on a log, hut occasional marksmen prefer
you're shooting it out at Cataloochee. Favorite posture is prone standing or lying prone without support. (Staff Photo).
Here there seems to be more1,
reverence than gaiety; one lias the
impression that all, as they look
upon this marvel of His handiwork,
realize the omnipotence, the pow
er?-and the presence of Almighty j
God. So, as we looked about us
before entering the busses ? and
gave credit to man for all his skill, j
it seemed to be as nothing compar
ed to this; and as wc drove away
and saw the last rays of the setting
sun fade from the lops of the
majestic Rocky peaks, wo thought
"What is man. Oh God, (anyway)
(hat Thou art mindful of him," ?
It was night when we reached
Colorado Springs, a clean, beau
tiful tourist and health resort city
with flnc hotels, all in a pictur
esque setting of the nearby Rockies
etc. We dined here, after which we
were soon on our way to Denver?
just as a shower came up-^
"Hope we've had rain at home,"
said several in (tie group as we
scrambled to get on tne busses,
Oil To uenver?And Sleep
On reaching Denver we were
perhaps tired as much troin this
day's drive 'Monday! as any. al
though the distance traveled was
not as great as 011 the first and
second days. But we had had our
first bus trouble that day ? and
such delays within themselves, you
I know .will cause anxiety and fa
Nobody had to be "rocked t(J ?
sleep" that night. The day had
been eventful enough; but to cap
it all, Uncle Abe had to get "sort
er" sick at the hotel that nigjht.
It was too much blood-pressur*.
lack of it, "er sump'n" at such ?
high altitude (1 mile high) he be
lieves that caused it. \Yhatever it
was, the bed, room and all se?m
cd to be whialing and swimming
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A LIEN ON ALL PROPERTY ON WHICH THE 1932 TAXES
HAVE NOT BEEN PAID. THE NAMES OF ALL DELIN
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AND TIIE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD ?
V v ?
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MILDRED H. BRYSON
IIAYWOOD COUNTY TAX SUPERVISOR