THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
es From Annual Haywood Farm And Home Field Day
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k improvisins can overcome one problem
-,-rtrd half-track spreads lime over a
, , do this job on slopes as steep as i0
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IfSsa fl Si ifi 111' mi
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker of Crabtree were honored as being the
couple at Hie evenl who had been married longest. The couple taid
Ih.'ir vow;. I.riie a minibler 3 years ago. Mr. Walker, who is 84,
also won u pue or, the most elderly man at the Field Day.
Mr. and Mrs. l'au! Krvin of tVeil won a prize at the Field Hay
lor beiiiK the most recently main, d 'oode. l.asl Friday, they had
been married esaellv one nionlh and lit das.
Field Dav see a disc harrow at work draw.i by
- hiRram's Sludio".
The ladies of the Upper Crabtree Community Development organ
ization cut savory home made pies and cakes for the Field I)a
visitors. More than 1,000 men, women, and children saw the farm
and home improvement demonstrations and other events at Hie
' lliiei.i" will be sung al 11:00 a.m.
In I be HI. Hev. Msgr. Casimir F.
I.awnicnk. Coiisultor of the Arch
diocese of Philadelphia and I'aslor
SI John Cant his church, l'lnla
Special Polish Service
Set for Sunday at the
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un iiuinm.y ins""1 ' . . .
i. i.i n..iii. . oil ol SI (ieloliia MoiiKinor Kawuicak will
.lolms parish will ci-lebral e llwial.o preach in Polish al I he 11:00
Feast of SI Marv ol Cesloi hovska. I o'clock Mass. A procession of the
deferred from August 2lilh. I pai ish will form al SI John's (iram-
A Solemn 1!.K1. Mass i, ,,! mar school at 10: SO a. m. and will
Pastor Dies As
Choir Sings 'I Can
Hear My Saviour'
The wov. lnppers beuan lo sing
a hymn as the Hev. Clive Taylor.
(l3-Sear-o!d pastor ended his ser
mon in a Seattle Church.
"1 can hear my Saviour calling,"
they sang. ,n
Mr. Taylor asked them to sing
the last verse.
Then he sat down in a chair near
the pulpit and closed his eyes.
The hymn ended, but the minist
er remained seated in the chair.
A member of the choir shook
But he was dead of a heart attack.
proceed lo I he church. It's estimated that the quantity
Conlcsions in Polish will be of milk produced every year in the
heard Saturday ninht August 27 at United States would fill a river
7 H0 p m and the following Sunday 3,000 miles long, three feet deep
morning al 10:00 a. in. and 40 feet wide.
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k the larcest family presentat the second annual Haywood County Farm and
lent to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hill, left, and their 11 sons and daughters. The Hills
fcnts. 'Photo by Ingram's Studio).
Iron Duff To
The residents of Iron Duff will
entertain the people of Clyde on
Friday in an inter-community
Field Day and farm and home tour.
The tour will start at Iron Duff
Square, where the visitors will see
the improvements at Davis Chapel,
.n.,M the 4-H baby beef and
dairy calves, and the tobacco and
After that they will visit Ray
Miller's, the Atrtioch Baptist
Church, Grovcr Hogan's, Jack
Chambers's. Lee Williamson's
Frank Davis'. Joe Haynes , and
Lunch will be served by the Iron
Puff Community Development
Club at 12:30 p. m. at the Crabtree
Stthcl recreational activities will
stat t at 1:30 p. m.
j R Caldwell is communuj
chairman for Iron Duff, and Wil
liam Osborne is the Clyde commu
NO EASTER EGGS
SAN FRANCISCO (UP1-A look
info her backyard rabbit hutch
j T,,r.o Miller the impres-
gave mis. o"" ,
sion it had been visited by the
Enster bunny. Another look con
vinced her differently, rom-c
h tainted shells were de
activated' Japanese bombs. The ex
plosive assortment was uu -"lost"
and turned over to the po
lice property clerk.
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