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The Waynesville mountaineer. (Waynesville, Haywood Co., N.C.) 1925-1972, September 24, 1956, SECOND SECTION, Page 6, Image 12

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Pigeon Fair ICMUMrd from page 1) }&>i Cora Welch, first. , ? Stole?Mrs,. Pearl Fisher, first. Press?Mrs. David Vance, sec Sob? and pajama?Mrs. M. C lite, first. Jumper?Mrs. David Vance, first. Suit?Mrs M. C. Nix, blue. Press?Lela Vance, second, Mrs C. Nix, third. Pajama?Mrs. David Vance, sec-, ond ? Pot holder?Kaye Sloan, first Wood plate?Kaye Sloan, first. . Copper picture ? Mrs. Mable C?fle. first - Copper wastebasket?Mrs Mable Cagle, first. I Basket?Mrs Mable Cagle? ??twoi; same, second. ? Embroidery scarf?Mrs. Ina .lean Lyerly, second Quilt?Phillips Jolly, first; Nor ma Rogers, first; same, second. Apron?Wanda Taylor, first; Ma fia Farmer, third; Patsy Henaon.; fcueond Press- -Janice Frady, first Suit?Barbara Nix, second Swedish darning?Geneva Trull, first; Judy Suttle, second. Pot holder?Frances liightower. second; Rosemary Pace, third. k ??? Belt?Barbara Nix, first. Vanity set ? Jean Shuler, first, Patty Edward, second; Rote mar y Pace, third. Hand towel?Marie Fanner, sec ond Wastebasket ? Keith Rogers, third Wood plate?Keith Rogers, sec ond. Picture?Nancy Campbell. * sec ond Pillow case ? Mark* Farmer, third; Cols Trull, first; Marie Far mer, second. Dish towel?Norma Rogers, first. , Hand towel ? Marie Farmer, ' third Canned (loud* Red Jpne apple ? Mrs Turner Cathey. third Apple jelly Mrs 1- M West, | second; Mrs. C F. Malnous, first. Blackberry Mi s. Turner Cathey, first. Blackberry jam Sue Hall, .sec ond: Peggy Warren first Strawberry preserves - Elaine Inman, second Grape jelly Richard Hhinehart third; Home Kc Dept., second; same, first. Corn on cob- Patsy Knight, first. Pickled corn J L. Mashburn. Corn-- Charles Crl'asman, sec ond. Peach jelly-Mrs. II 11 Powell,' first. 1 Apple Jelly?Mrs. Virgil Wilson, second. ' Honey Tommy Vance, first; 1 Paul Harklna, third. Homemade soap?J. B. McElroy, i first. < Blackberries?Hugh Kuykendall. first. 1 Apple sauce ? Home Ec Dept., < second. Cherries?Phyllis Henson, third. ( Carroll Browning, first; Gerald Hurnette, second. , i Kraut?Billy Rhodarmer, second; | Patsy Edwards, first; Bruce Jones, I i!< I'd. Carrots ? Mary Dee Freeman, first; Norma J. Henson, second, i J. L. Mashburn, third. Relish?Norma Henson, third. Mixed pickles?Mrs. L. M West, c second Chill sauce Janice Frady, first. ' Apple sauce?Mrs. C. F. Main ous, first; Judy Kuykendall, third. Cabbage?Gerald Burnette, sec ond. Candy?Naomi Hurnette, second. ' Cup cakes Janice Frady, first. ' Chocolate cake?Marie Farmer. 1 second ? Flowers and Plants Marigold Thelma Collins, first. 1 Joyce I-amriing. second; Hikkl Rog- I ers, third. I ^ Cosmos ? Thelma Collins, first, 1 tame, second. Dahlias ? Betty Henson. first; Qlenda Bumette, second; Nancy Kussell, third. Arrangement ? Kate Terrell, Brat; Margaret Ann Gibson, second; Slen Khodarmer, third. Mixture ? Pearl Fisher, firstt Brenda Gosnell, third; Pearl Fish tr,' second. Wildfiowers?Mrs. Gregory, sec ond. Jimmy Cook, third. Joseph's Coat?Mrs. Lucy West, ?econd Geranium ?- Mrs. Louis Single on, third. Petunia?Kate Terrell, first. Nasturtium ? Margie Edwards. lecond. Ageratum?Pam Frady. first. African vlolet~-Kayo Sloan, see- i jnd. Window box?Mrs. May Edwards, Irst. It's Not In Name F.HIE, Pa. <AP>?A local man tsked the Erie County Court to re urn his car and "four gallons of imber colored grape juice, com honly known as wine." The car and wine were seized jy state police at nearby Lawrence Park under orders of the State j liquor Control Board The man vas charged with violating state iquor laws. COTTON CANDY FANCIER at the Pigeon Valley Fair at Bethel was Gregory Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs. Bill Thompson of Route 2, Canton. In the background is the fair's display of canned goods. (Mountaineer Photo). t Naturalist Program Events Announced A hike Thursday along the mile high Appalachian Trail between Newfound and Indian gaps is among the events listed for the rest of the month by the Natur alist Program of the Park Serv ice. On Tuesday, the schedule calls for a 5-mile hike to the Big Trees at Cades Cove. The trip starts at 9:30 a.m. from the Cades Cove Parking Area. Hikers are to bring lunch. Wednesday and Friday will see trips to Laurel Falls. Both hikes start at 9 a.m. from Fighting Creek Gap. Round-trip distance is 2'a miles. Thursday's Appalachian Trail hike starts at 9:15 a m. from New found Gap. Hiking distance is IVi miles. Also on Thursday there will be an illustrated talk at 8:15 p m. at the Andy Huff House in Gatlin-! burg. The week's trips conclude Sat urday with a 4V?-mile hike to Alum Cave Bluffs. TMe trip leaves Alum Cave Parking Area at 9 a.m. Hikers are to bring lunch. The bell standing in the Krem lin in Moscow weighs 180 tons. McCall Presents Edison Portrait To WTHS Class W. S. McCall, former resident of St. Petersburg. Fla., who now lives on Hillside Terrace In Waynesville, has presented a canvas painting of the famous inventor, Thomas Edi son, to y. F. Burgess, electronics instructor at WTHS for use in Mr. Burgess' classroom. Mr. McCall met Mr- Edison in Miami years ago and describes him as a very genteel person. Before moving to Waynesville ir 1950. Mr. McCall taught art schools in both Jacksonville and St. Pet ersburg. He attended the Otis Art Institute of Los Angeles, Calif., The Academy of Fines Arts in San Francisco and Art Students League in New York City. Several murals pMnted by Mr. McCall are now on display in Ala bama and Florida and in private collections throughout th# coun try. About 30 portraits of Haywood people will be found in Waynes ville and vicinity. Telephones, an invention of Alex ander Graham Bell, remained silent for one minute throughout America during funeral services for the inventor in 1922. No. 1 ? WaynesviHe vs. Canton Ultra M cnn We're trading HIGH to get them...we'll pay TOP DOLLAR lor the tires you trade on new GOODYEAR TIRES * Chooso from this famous lint-up: ? All-Nylon Cord Supor-Cusliion ? Doubt. I agio ? world's host tiro o Marathon Doluxo Supor-Cushion fj Allison & Duncan Tire Co. ft "Tire Service Headquarters" f? ! <ieort>ia Ave., liazelwood I 1 PICK THE WINNERS IN THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER'S $1500 CASH PRIZE EACH WEEK 1 This football contest is open to everyone except employees 4 of the Waynesville Mountaineer and their families, 2 No contestants may submit more than one entry a week under his or any other name. The official entry blank only may be used. I (j. 3 All entries must be completed by 5 p.m. on Friday of the week the games are played and deposited in the "Football Contest" box in The Mountaineer office at 413 Main Street. For the convenience of the contestants, mail entries will be accepted but must be In The Mountaineer office not later than the time specified above. Address "Football Contest" Editor, in care of The Mountaineer 8 Ten football games are listed in the advertisements ap pearing on this page. Each game is numbered. Using the official entry blank in this issue, write in beside the cor responding number the winner of each game. Tie games must be indicated or will be counted in error. Contestant picking the largest number of winners will be awarded a cash prize In case of ties, prizes will be equally divided. Winners of each week's contests will be announced in the Monday's issue of The Waxnesville Mountaineer Winners are requested to obtain their prizes at the office. The decision of the judges shall be final. 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