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Visiting Farmers
(Continued from Pag
in Germain.
The veteran tarmei and c.en
tit eire-ei! admiral inn for the
t Xainiilt, of Havuuod lann work
end the crop and live-lock pi o
Ctui td
the louring K i oil i included: I)r
K I- Kicund ol Kalcirih. all agri
culUnal cconuiuisl al North Caro
lina Mate Cnllegc: 1- .1 Arthurs ot
"M.iui e;nlle. A Y. Neel ot Moores
ille H C Coinplon and .1 A
rt li both ol Ttuutinaii. Hill No
tlur.ne Neel. both ol Moore
Siiu S l Staines ol Mmii'm
Kjuit S S M Demon
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1. t, Willi.iui-. t)olh
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Au.Mot lann Management Spe-CiL.L-1
W I. Turner ol North Caro
i...a Male lolled. U W Clacr.
b . ale-v die Jloul e 1 . .lames Neel ol
i i.i t ; die. l-'i.i dhani Mcgg of
l';:ioi. I miMi i , A. llallai il ot Olin:
l.'M MriiiiMin und Hal Hruvvn.
bulb ol Slon i'olnl: and Iredell
c i:'uiii At'i lit K W Mm dork.
Alcoholism Laid at Door
Of Our Social System
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to l.'t-at the alcohi
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a ill do mi yninl
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ot hi- inalad-
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" J.leobolism." Dr. Malher -a.d.
ial; lloiillh in societies iheie
ttlei e i coiisideratile eeoniMiiic o1
seennt;. . i eat eompetnive i...in
peiwidins, tear a ol iiirieiil ,u
lt-bdii.g war. and dislike oi ihil
dui. Al! ol these aie pieei 1 in
(;or ou n socletv . All ol li-.-i.t '. . ni
tu produce tiniidit.v and l.n k ol
felt confidence, which cuno ..lo
tion ol alcohol ran tenipm ... ih re-
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V'C Creen. and J. C W! H" ' - fU I
PARK THEATRE
PROGRAM
MONDAY - TUESDAY. As. 8 - 9
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THURSDAY, Aug. 11
Beats Heat Wave
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BRITAIN is also having us trouble
with t tie heat, so Jean Simmons,'
voting movie star, takes time out
from acting to cool oT. Hitting the
cold ocean water off the English
coast, she lei's out with a "yip" ol
pleasure. (nfernflftonal)
MOKE ABO IT
Parker
(Continued from
in; I din 'log the war
into -er ice II, said
kiioun a- tin- slatt
(lireetoi .
l the sanif tune,
announced that the
tiinu account with
Ami' and C.illelle i
would In ended in
Page 1)
oefore going
he would be
advert isiug
the governor
bale's adver
Ihe liim ol
f Charlotte
about two
i to ml lis.
lie added however, that this
-ame linn wmilcl be oliethV to hid
'on a new conl raet .
Itclcrrine. to the Parker ap
poinlmenf, Seotl said he had not
vet discussed the matter with the
Slate Hoard of Conservation and
Development. which has the
aullioi itv iindi r I he law to Ml! the
post.
Parker is mi stranger to Hay
wood Counly II, has visited this
ap n si veial limes before, and has
; spent several ol his vacations at
Tom Alexander's Cataloochee
Ranch.
Also
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Coming
Ambushed. Robert Sterling, who portravs a courageous young
rancher, and Claude Jarman Jr . as his kid brother, put up a suc
cessful fight in "Roughshod. " last-paced romantic drama co-slurring
John Ireland and (Gloria Grahanic with Sterling and Jarman. Open
ing at the Strand Theatre Wcdmsd;
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Farm Tour
(Continued Irom fas.- I)
weather. Among them was Mrs.
Kdith Cannon, who took alona lied
Rover, her electric fan.
Traveling, made easv due to the
perfect planning b.v Mr. Coi pening
of rest stops, hotel reservations
'and meals, and a combination of
educational-entertaining programs,
apparently harmed nobodv;
Mrs. Dolly Kercn-mi. 7(i. and
the oldest woman on the lour, was
."seeing a-plent" and did less
grumbling than anybodv. Mr. Law
rence Walker. 81. wa- the oldest
person along. He didn'l mind the
traveling and entertained the oth-
1 it bus passengers with some ol the
j uld songs.
I David Cndervvood. III. 'ISo-Bol
eighl-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
' David Cnderwood. was the young
est person on Ihe trip. lie look
pictures of the girls and the horses,
or played with R. K Cathev. Jr.
a wide-awake young man of HI
Young and old alike seemed lo
agree Willi A. I, Kreedlander. pres
ident of the Dayton Robber Com
pany, which was visited in Ohio.
when he said that such farm tours
as this are the finest Hum; in the j
world. ;
Reared in a farm oeninuinilv. ,
Mr. 1' 'reedlander has a particular'
interest in agricultural Haywood ;
Counts as center ol his company's
W'aynesvillc plant.
In a brief interv iew, he said he !
hopes the farmer is beginning to i
realize Ihe. importance of keeping I
informed on what the other man '
is doing. I
He pointed out that .is farming!
becomes more mechanized, it is ;
all the more important that the
Matinee Showings Monday thru Friday, 3:00 P.M.
MONDAY - TUESDAY'. Aug. 8 - 9
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WEDNESDAY
Robert Sterling
Clande Jarman, Jr.
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THE WAYNES VILLE
To Strand
lainui learn from others in his
(ii Id of work. Just as the manu
facturer does Knowledge gained
in interchange of ideas on tours
such as these, he said, helps make
American production exceed that
of the rest of the world.
Wherever they touched Tennes
see. Kentucky. Virginia. West Vir
ginia. Ohio, and Indiana the Hay
wood citiens made comparisons.
The.v dilTerod on a lot of things
bid thev were in agreement on
one Haywood County water! We
venture lo say they'll not lake a
ill ink for month without re
membering lo he thankful that it
ooesn I taste of limestone or sul
phur or something else unpleasant.
I'diiors note - Miss Cat hey ac
companied the II a wood group on
the farm tour, and the first article
in detail appears on the front page
of the second seel ion today. The re
mainder of Ihe story will appear
on Thursday. Miss Cat hey was the
only newspaper person making the
lour, and is writing exclusively for
The Mountaineer.
Babe Ruth's Golf
Clubs To Be Framed
NEW YORK ( A.P.I The driver
and putter used b.v Babe Ruth when
lie played al the Bnyside Golf Club
on Long Island, will be framed
and hung in the clubhouse, says
Walter Grego, manager of the links
and close friend and golf tutor of
the late Babe.
The rest of the clubs, which
Bibe left at Bayside when his ill
ness forced him to give up the
game, have been given to diamond
star Johnny Mize at the request
of Mrs. Ruth.
utrewaave the Courage
... The uige to tun away ttom
humdium living and find glam
orous adventure. A Boston judge
tried it . . . and this is the amusing
story of what happened to him!
RKO Pcnt
Cartoon
News
THURSDAY, Aug. 10 - 11
.Starring
John Ireland
Gloria Grahame
MOUNTAINEER
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SalvatiQn Army
(Continued from Page ii
ered had brought baskets of dinner
and the Salvation Army folk and
volunteers had prepared a delici
ous dinner for singers, reporters.
photographers, and out-of-lowti
guests.
After dinner the singers joined
by other groups who did not ar
rive for the morning program, took
their places on the platform, which
has' been erected for outdoor serv
ices. The benches from the church
auditorium were soon filled by at
tentive listeners while others sal
on the grass, stood, or sat on the
fences.
Col. G. A. Stephens,. Slate Com
mander for North and Souih Caro
lina, spoke in tl)e afternoon, us
ing as a topic "Whal Is Christ
Worth to Vou?" He pointed out
that Christ had been sold for :)t)
shekels and stressed the fact that
folks should surrender their lives
unconditionally and then he wuuld
be worth more than 30 shekels.
Singers participating were:
Shelton Trio; Rock Springs Quin
tet; Melody Five; "Big Boy" Hoop
er soloist; Southerland Sisters; Ed
ward Burns and Roy Suttles, duet,
Antioch Choir; Salvation Army
School Chorus; Four Warriors
Quartette; Eugene Lowe, cornet;
soloist, accordion and guitar duet
by Lt. Florence Wall and Edward
Burns; Cherokee Indian Quartette: i
Meadow Fork Quartette; Boyd and j
Alice Strickland, duet; Meadow !
Fork Choir; Walter Wilson, soloist: ;
Peggy Baker, soloist; Thelma Col-,
ton, soloist; Shelton Duet: Old
Timers Quartette.
The Cherokee quartette and Rock
Springs Quintette joined together
and sang a song in the Indian Ian- i
guage as an added feature. 1
Among the out-of-town Salvation
Army folk present were: Col. and
Mrs. G. A. Stephens of Charlotte.
Brigadier and Mrs. Groom of At
lanta, Ga.; Capt. lve Wlerw orth.
representative of the War Civ".
Mrs. Commissioner Cheshain. .Ma
jor Lucy Miller. Mt. Vernon. Ohio. ;
Adjutant Harrison, of Lexington.
Ky.; Major and Mrs. C. Chan from :
St. Louis, Mo.: Captain and Mrs. !
A. Ch'esham of Chicago, III.: and :
Major Ivy Wood wall of Atlanta !
Ga. i
A brief farewell message was giv- j
en by Mr. Self, a nalivc ol Maple
hprmgs section.
Major Cecil Brown made a short
talk at the end expressing her ap
preciation to all who helped lo
make the program possible. She
said, "This is the largest crowd tlis.l
has been at t his annual gat.ienng.
This has been a perfect day. per
fect weather, perfect conduct, good
singing, and to sum it all up. I wish
to say a great big thank you to
you all."
As has been a custom for many
years, the program ends with the
Shelton Duet, composed of Clar
ence Shelton and Jessie Mae Brown
singing the "Preacher Song".
After this program the decora
tion of The Hurricane View Ceme
tery took place at 4 p.m. This was '
an impressive ceremony with i
graves being decorated a. the !
groups of singers sang. j
The father of Major Brown h
buried here. The eeim l.-j v is on j
top of a hill dieclly aero,; from !
the Salvation Army ground-;. A
low white picket fence
it.
surround
The cars were linnd from the
uaywooa House, which is Ihe home
Doji'i
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Constant room temperatures to
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At Park Thursday
MARIA MONTEZ, .as she ap
pears In the Technicolor Spe
cial, WHITE SAVAGE, with Jon
Hall and Sabu. at the Park The
atre. Thursday of this week.
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Sidelights
iConlinii d from Page 1)
Again 'the motorist wore out his
tires, stopping just in time for
the pooch to escape unharmed, still
ignorant of his hazard.
At another place in Waynesville,
another dog trotted unconcernedly
into the path of another car, then
sat down abruptly to scratch his
ear vigorously with . a hind foot
before continuing oji his way.
The driver, who had brought
his car to a quick stop inches from
the dog. waited patiently for the
dog to conclude his scratching and
clear traffic. '
of Major Brown to limits beyond
the Mission Farm.
A huge bell has been erected
near the platform for outside serv
ices. This bell can easily be heard
from a long distance.
All the folks we talked with ex
pressed their love for Major Brown,
and the officers of the Salvation
Army as well as others commented
on Ihe program. Everyone who had
been before said this program was
the best and Major Brown remark
ed that the singing was the best
ever.
As the 1.700 made their way
down the mountain, it was evident
on every hand that the day had
been thoroughly enjoyed, and that
next year the Salvation Army Sing
ing Convention would even be big
ger and better than ever, because
that is the history of this event.
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