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Rev. Duck wall To
The Rev. Paul II. Ouckwall, p:i
tor uf tlic Long's Chapel Methodist
Church, will conduct morninc de
votions nver WIICC next week.
Monday through Saturday, at 9:30.
Every Thursday evenins at (i M)
ihe "Prove Mi- Hour" may be heard
over W IICC. This is a series nl six
15 minute transcriptions on stew
ardship. The Methodist Hour is heard
every Sunday afternoon at 2:30
jver" WIICC. while Ihe Baptist
houi is heard every Sunday after
noon the year around at 3 30 over
Wl.OS fii'in Asiieulle.
Worship -i-niir will he broad
cast ovtl Wilt I' from the l're-by-ttiian
Ctmrih. Sunday morion:' at
ii o'clock The Hn M iJ.. Wilh.iiii-
Siat.oii- ttlU'C and W'l.t S are
cocperatnu Willi the Ih.yv.oud
County Mu.istrri.il As: m ial ion u.
bunging these -mlir- ot Woilnp
to the llstt m l ol thl- area.
Being Made At
The fir-l Hap'.:-' Chinch
the process ul making it n-n
pairs to tin pie-eiit bii;lili:iL'
In v it w ot t he pn. posed
.- n -
church building, the present
tuie will be retained for a small
chapel and additional Suniiav
School 1 Mollis.
The auditorium lluor ha- been
raised and leiiifein d u;!i new
A new stoker 1.- being in-lai;ed
in the furnace and the entire lua'
llig sy stein is bein overhauled
We Say at RAY'S
There are smcrrl, comfortable
BALL-BAND (Red Ball) gaiters
lot every member of the family.
They're as fine-tilting as though
made for your shoes, and you'll
Ulce the way they stand the
atuse of bad weather. Let us
help you prepare your family to
enjoy winter weather in style
For The Man
rt " rM& (red ball I
A tough, long-wearing
Brute of a Rubber
'i The stickiest mud can't pull these rubbers
off and the toughest going finds them hard
to wear out Special wear-proof sole; buckles
put on to stay; strongly reinforced at toe and
heeL BALL-BAND (Red Ball) rubbers hay
always been the best and youll like thesa
better than ever. Come in for yours now.
A COMPLETE LINE OF FOOTWEAR
lii hoe Dept
I Picks Candidate
Miss Ruth Sheltoii. daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Roy Shelton, at a re
cent meeting was elected Jona
than Creek s landidate for the title
ot 1949 Tobacco Festival Queen.
The residents also appointed a
committee to make arrangements
for the entrv of a community float
in the Festival parade. Jim Leath
! . rwood was named chairman of this
committee, ind Mrs. Dick Moody.
Mis K. Kennedy. Mrs. Troy Leath
erwooii. Mrs. Roger Ferguson, and
Robert Howell were named to
serve with him.
Mr Howell also was elected bas
ketball manager fur the winter rec
In other work in preparing for
ii,e winter rn-i cation program.
Mr-. ,,:tf I Yiru-.on was selected
in make ai i an'. eim nts for u .spell
ing bee. Mr- it. W. Howell was
, i.k i it m inar.Je in mi' emus jjio
eiani: Mr- Troy l.ealherwood. to
uaeh the debating team; Grady
lli.w.ll. in charye of the checker
l.iin 11:11111 nt. Mrs. I.owery Owen
.,:id Mi-. Claudia Leatherwood.
.1 n-.ial proyiani: and Glenn Boyd,
in anansje for a speaker for spe
Francis Boyd wa- elected 4-H
Materials are on the grounds for
lvp.uriiig and remodeling the bell
!nw cr and steeple
Immediate plans call for exten--lv
e repairs to the roof, and relocat
ing t!ie iluirch office and pastor's
I.. Massev. chairman ot the
building and grounds committee
iia- charge of t he work.
Read the Want Ads for bargains.
For the Whole Family
Plaque Honors Dead At WCTC Stadium
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This is a picture of the plague on the 3,000-seal Memorial Stadium
at Western Carolina Teachers College which was dedicated at the
annual Homecoming celebration at the college recently. Inscribed
on the plaque are the nanus of th men. former students, who made
the supreme sacrifice in defense f their country 111 World War II.
The dedication exercises were held at the half-time during the
North State Conference game belwvt 11 WCTC Catamounts and the
Lenoir-Rhyne Bears. The patents of the bov s who were Killed ill
service were recognized bv Dean W F. Bird, and Ralph Sutton,
chairman of the stadium committe.-.
'Pic'.are c.mrlesv The Svlva Hernldh
W. Pigeon Plans
For Part In
By MRS. CLYDE COLLINS
Members of the West Pigeon
Community Development Program
organization on Tuesday night ap
pointed committees to work on ar
rangements for the community's
participation in the Tobacco Har
In other business, they elected
Mrs. Jack P. McCracken as Girls
4-H Club leader and Jack P. Mc
Cracken as Boys 4-H leader.
Commitees were appointed to
prepare the float and to select a
West Pigeon representative in the
contest for Festival queen.
Named to the float committee
were Morris Bumgarner, Ralph
Kelly, Mrs. Henry Garner, Mrs.
David Edwards, Mrs. Eugenia Jus
tice. Ed Justice, Carl Edwards.
Bobby Fore. Hugh K. Terrell. Jr..
Wayne Howell and Wallace Gaddis.
The members of the committee
in charge of selecting the commun
ity candidate for queen are Mrs.
Jack P. McCracken. Mrs. Ralph
Garrett, the Rev. Clyde Collins,
Mrs. Howard Smathcrs and Mrs.
The residents also changed the
date of the regular meeting from
every third Tuesday of each month j
to every third Thursday.
Community Chairman Jack Sloan
, OF OUR
Country style sausage made
from ham, shoulder and tender
loin of the hog!
All we ask of you is to try it
Fruit & Produce
Depot and Branner
Just across from Walker's Esso
Now Is The Time To Prepare For
Nefct Year's Tobacco Beds.
cyanaMid - - -
Used Now, Before The Ground
Freezes, Will Kill All Weeds And
Condition The Soil For Earlier,
Hardy- Plants In The Spring.
CYANAMID IS AVAILABLE IN 100-LB. BAGS
At Your Nearest
THE WAiHVESVlLLE MOUNTAIN ELK
Morning Star To
Plan For Fete,
Morning Star residents wil make
plans for their participation in the
Tobacco Festival and the winter
recreation program when they hold
their Community Development
meeting at 7:30 p.m.. November 10
at Morning Star School.
They will select a candidate to
represent the community rn the
contest for Festival queen, and
select coaches and managers for
the community boys' and girls' bas
Community Chairman Luther
Sm.ithers announced the meeting
Cecil Miller will conduct the de
votional, and there will be music
on the program, with quartet "an
string band numbers.
All girls interested in represent
ing the community in the beauty
ennttsf and boys and girls interest
id in playing basketball are urged
particularly to attend the meeting.
WINFRED, S. D., U.P. Mrs
Nellie Barrett. 71. has been teach
ing ehllOl in fills iiron ftr I
and says her j(Jb is getting easier Residents of Aliens Creek will
all the time. "Kids aren't as hard j elect a candidate to represent the
to manage as they used to be," ; community in the contest for se
she observed. fleeting the queen of Ine Haywood
1 announced that a special meeting
v.ould he held at 7 :'M) p. m. No
Nix w ill submit for ap- j
sample of a mail box to;
be erected in lront of each home tne entry of a community float in
in the community. the Festival were made at a meet-
The litv. Calvin Bisselt of the j in8 f 100 Aliens Creek residents
Bethel Baptist church will offer : a' the school last Thursday night,
the devotional. The following committee was sc-
The program also will have its I lected to decide on the ty pe of
lighter features in singing. . float which will be entered: Rufus
Thomas Owen and Buddy Mull I s')er. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hen
will compose one duet, and Joan ! drix' an(1 Mrs- Annie Laurie Duck
and Patsy McCracken will make i e,t-
i up another, while Hugh K. Terrell,
Jr , will sing a solo.
due to colds... eued
without "dosing" .
rud tin VAPOROB
By MISS BETTY JEAN FORD
New homes dominate Ihe recent
improvements made in Thickety
under the Community Development
Mr. and Mrs. M. "Bud" Carswell
recently moved into the new rock
home they built to replace then-
old house which had stood in the
same place until it was turn down.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Fletcher have
I nearly completed their new home
j and it looks very good to us.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stiuupe also
I are building a new. house near the
I Oak Grove Baptist Church.
One field of pumpkins grown this
year certainly is worthy of notice.
L. A. Trfintham harvested about
12 tons of these vegetables in
I plenty of 'time for Hallowe'en.
And throughout the community.
farmers have just about finished
sowing .their small grain and are
now working on classing their bur
Speaking of tobacco, everyone
is talking about the annual Tobac
co Harvest Festival. Everybody is
looking forward to a big time and
backing up our queen, Mrs. Hugh
At our last Community Develop
ment Program meeting, this writ-
jer was elected assistant reporter.
! Community Chairman K. O.
Carswell said efforts would be in
tensified to keep the news of the
community flowing regularly to the
: county's newspapers,
! The next. Community Develop
ment meettng is to be held tonight
at the Rockwood Methodist Church.
We are looking forward to the at
tendance of a large crowd.
Joe Medford filled the pulpit of
the Oak Grove Bapttst Church in
Sunday services recently in the
absence of the pastor, the Rev. A
Incidentally, it was the first
sermon Mr. Medford ever preached
and everyone enjoyed it thor
oughly. Mr. Medford was in from school
for the weekend.
There were games, a social, and
refreshments at the meeting of the
Oak Grove YWA at the home of
Miss Mary Young. These features
followed the business discussion.
The Rockwood Methodist League
entertained with a Hallowe'en
party on October 2G. The group of
boys and girls played games, and
refreshments were served later. '
By MRS. BLANCHE FRANKLIN
County Tobacco Harvest
when they meet Nov. 12.
The Community Development
Program meeting will be held at
the Aliens Creek School,
The plans for the vote and for
The residents decided that the
Community Development organiza
tion would make all the arrange
ments for their beauty candidate.
At the November 12 meeting
also there will be a box supper
and cake walk.
After the business discussion
during the last meeting, the aud
ience saw a film, "Alice In Won
derland." The Rev. C. L. Allen, community
M. O. Galloway of Graceland
Farms last week brought five regis
tered Hereford females back to
Haywood county from Staunton,
And if nothing happens, the five
will be ten in several more months.
When they were sold to Mr.
Galloway at the Poca Dot Farms
sale near Staunton, they already
were, in calf by Star Duke, the
Wyoming-bred grand champion
whose owner parted with him for
With Mr. Galloway at the sale
were County Agent Wayne Cor
pening, Dwight Williams, and Joe
Williams and Reinertson after
ward went on to attend other cat
tle sales in Maryland
Too Many "Weeks"
NEW YORK (U P.)-Too many
"weeks" are being held in the first
week., of May, the National Noise
Abatement Council h&H dppirfad
So next, year it will observe . us
instead oimve omy me government can af
in May, as previously. ford to build them.
READ IT " IT'S NEW
Romance in the glamorous, .so
phisticated setting of the French
Riviera Rufus Jackson, editor of a
New York Publishing firm, is on
a holiday but must carry .. out one
business assignment; to learn when
the meniolrg of JLesJile Porter, the
publishera greatest author and ma
jor headache will b$ ready. At her
home he meets and falls in love
with Nora Marsh, wife of Mrs.
Porter's vacillating nephew.
A first novel for older girls car
ries her heroine through girljiood
tq voung womanhood. Concentrat
ing; on becoming a great pianist,
Sarah experiences both happiness
and sorrow before she realizes the
full meaning of her father's last
words, "Sarah's got to something
grand ... an artist, maybe."
CARROLL West of the Hill
Another of this author's Maine
stories, this time pf the 186p's, tells
of the first two years of Brad and
Molly's married life.
COLLINS Dog Eat Dog
Dog shows, dogs, ill-mated
couples and amateur detecting are
featured in this story of murder
among breeders of dogs.
HECKELMANN Guns of Arizona
With a background of "Cavalry
life and Indian fighting, this con
cerns Lt. Bob Dallas and Lt. Frank
Holland at Cmp Breadon in Ari
zona, military rivals from their days
at the Point and now rivals over
J ANEW AY Question of Gregory
The story of an important Wash
ington desk man, John Gregory,
whose son is killed overseas, and
his subsequent struggle to find a
meaning in life.
KANE Hane By Your Neck
Inner sanctum mystery. Peter
Chambers, of course, stars in this
account of women and death.
Unique trimmings are a night club
that opens at midnight and its host
ess, six feet two Miami Moonbeam.
LESLIE Man Who Held FiveAces
J Published for the Crime Club.
1 Reversed mystery in which the
reader knows the murderer,
watches as events unfold to his
PAKINGTON Young William
A story of English country life 1
which follows the romantic affairs
of a young Washbourne and his I
career in the Royal navy up to 1918
OLD BOOKS NEW TO US
Shappiro Sheriff of Lonesome.
Stoddard Northwest Trouble.
Lockridge- Death of a Tall Man.
Koestler Thieves in the Night.
Lewis That Hideous Strength.
Bishop Shadow Range.
Oursler Departure Delayed.
Crafford Jan Smuts.
Williams Fundamentals of Ra
dio and How They Are Applied.
Marlowe Churches of Old New
Schaaf Trigonometry for Home
Madrigal Invitation to French.
Dodge How Green Was My
Taber Especially Father.
Chaucer Canterbury Tales. "
Tatham First Book of Trains.
Hogeboom Boy's Book of the
Hurd Engine, Engine, No. 9.
Lacey Picture Book of Musical
Robinson Runner of the Moun
Sewell Three Tall Tales.
McMeekin Journey Cake.
Finger Tales From Silver
Heal Teen-Age Manual.
Wheeler Edward MacDowell
and His Cabin In the Pines.
"BRAIN" MACHINE SWELL
BUT IT CANT THINK
AUSTIN, Tex. (UP) Relax, ad
vises a University of Texas profes
sor. There's still no substitute for
the human brain.
Scientists, have developed a com
plex machine, bearing the. name of
which fs used to solve high
ly technical problems.
However, said Dr. S. teroy
Erown University of Texas physics
professor, the "brain machines" re
act to stimuli but d'pn't. ,think.
The machines work out problems
that would take years of man
power, but the probjems first must
be worked out by the human mind.
One of the, machines will be used
to analyze 1?50 U.S, census data.
There s no chance that the
"brain machine" will tat It. Wa
alongside the television set fn the
front room They; gtjll, so exen-
SPOONEK MUK , ..IT"
MELBOURNE, AuMr li
r J- Greenwood.
students' representative ," ,"
Melbourne Univcrsitv w , U"c"
time living down I, is
come to overseas student, ,
tered Greenwood ealled ' ,t
"overstewed sccdem-, - 111
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