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No. 1 Fart of Ihp 225 Rfd Hamp-
slilre Rftl lu lls wh". h jr(ililcc h:ith
JK EKS lor I, mi I.Pdnuid.
N. .2 A general view of Ratiliffe
Cove, looking Wfsl towards Waynes
ville, takf n from the Hush Ratoliffe
pasture hill. The first building on
the left is the- fommunltv Center
(ph ture No. 3 on page one): next is
the Raptist thur3h, fpleturf No. 3,
Pe 2); und the Mark Ualloway
home, (picture fi. page 2): on the
"we'll be canning more before this
if . lit Is the home of Mr and Mrs.
I). Reeves Noland, and farm in the
backgrounds The white building, in
the tiers, towards the upper left, is
Elizabeth Chapel (picture No. 1,
Frank Leopard Family
'Family Of The Week'
No. 3 Housewives of Rateliffe Cove
can, and preserve plenty of food for
their family needs. Here Mrs. Boone
Swayngim, left, stands beside a table
of canned food, plus cured meat,
while her neighbor, Mrs. Harry
Crawford, right, disrusses the fact
No. 4 The modern, all-electric kit
chen of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rateliffe,
In their new home, just completed.
No, 5 Lent Leopard holding one
of his purebred hens, while his chief
"egg-gatherer' Tommy, stands by.
The unanimous choice of their
Jicighhors in R;iU;MII'e Cove, the
Frank Leopard famijy Imve p'rovt'n
themselves the finest in
farm faiuilie-. Hmh Mr. and Mrs.
Leounn; and ih, jr , .',,vpn children
have con:;,ni!. b, active in
eommnnity and clmn li affairs.
Tlie L(ii)ards ai" the pioneers
of dairy Carmine; in Ha'cUlTc Cove,
havn.'produred tv,i!k for the past
fifteen-years. In 1941 Uiey built
a Grade A dairy; and in ten years
they have doubled the quantity, of
milk produced from the same
number of cows. The present herd
of twelve Guernsey, Jersey and
Holstcin produces approximately
300 pounds of milk per day, One
cow alone now produces 40 Ib.s
The Leopards' 63-acre
We Have a Few More Bags
Of CERTIFIED;, ,:
pRST COME -FIRST SERVED
SEE US FOR
Barred Rocks, White Rocks and
New Hampshire Reds
We will have a shipment of
.500 Chicks arriving each Tues. and Fri.
until May 20th.
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW!
282 HYBRID SEED CORN
devoted mostly to pasture. How
ever about 20 acres arc cultivated
arc inwoodland. They have
a . acre tobacco allotment which
produced 1,582 pounds last year
and marketed for $730.62.
Mrs. Leopard has a flock of 150
New Hampshire Red hens which
brouglu an income of $800 from
hatching eggs. The Leopards have
almost completed the construction
of a modern concrete block chick
en house which will house 500 lay
ers and they plan to Increase
I heir Hock to that size during the
An .,,.oi i
.... .luuiimii in uie larm income
is provided by truck farming and
garden plants such as sweet po
tatoes. The Leopards moved to Rat
eliffe Cove in 1918, and their hard
work and careful management have
brought them t0 an outstanding
position in the community.
All the members of the family
have been active in church work
" Si 1- hi 2
and have taken a prominent part
in community matters. The name
"Leopard" keeps appearing in the
list of committee members in the
original organization of the Rat
eliffe Cove Community Develop
ment Program. Mr. Leopard was
named chairman of the forestry
committee; and Mrs. Leonard
chairman of the dairy committee.
Daughter Jeanette. now a sopho
more at Merpriith CnUaaa un o
member1 of the food and nutrition
committee; and Nancy was ap
pointed to the fruit and vegetable
Lent Leopard was the group's
poultry chairman. He is now vice
chairman of the entire program
and is serving with the committee
organizing a Boy Scout troop in
Rateliffe Cove. He has also served
on a committee working toward
the improvement of mail boxes,
and the float-building committee.
Nancy is now secretary of the
Rateliffe Cove Community Devel
opment Program. She is active in
4-H Club work, and has a special
project of two cows. A student.' at
Waj-nesville Hieh School .ih. W
been' en the, first team in basket
ball for the past two years.
All the family have been active
workers in the . Rateliffe Cove
Baptist Church. Ethel, now Mrs
Ben Wright of Brevard, served as
Church Clerk for five years. Annie
Mae, who is now Mrs. Troy Frank
lin,, served as Sunday School sec
retary for two years. Before she
left for college, Jeanette was also
Sunday School secretary; and song
leader as well. Verlon, who was
killed in an accident. several years
ago, never missed a Sunday School
service for five years.
Several of th
mnv.rt t 1 rvmg in Korea. He is a veter
"""-"lie ove. near- an of World War II
For Home Clubs
The schedule of home demonstra
tion club meetincs for the rpmnin-
der of the mont has beea announc
ed by Miss Mary Cornwell, home
agent. The study for the month
will be on Sewing Machine attach
ments unless otherwise indicated,
May 4, Friday, Jonathan Creek,
May 8, Tuesday, District Federa
tion Meeting, Waynesville, 9:30 a.
May 9, Wednesday, Francis Cove,
Mrs. Henry Francis, 2:00 p.m.
May 10, Thursday, Fines Creek,
Mrs, D. J. Noland, 10:30 a.m.
May 11, Friday, Iron Duff, Mrs.
V. R. Davis, 2:00 p.m.
May 14, Monday, Upper Crabtree,
Mrs. R. F. Rogers, 2:00 p.m.
May 14, Monday, Canton Home-
maKers, Mrs. Walter Cowart, Jr
(Mrs, C. A. Smith,: Jr:.,'. and Mrs,
James Hyatt). 7:30 D.m Tpvtilo
fainting. . '
May 15, fuesdav. Smith ClvH
airs. j. x. bnyder, 9:30 a.m., Tex
May, 15, Tuesday, Lakeside, Mrs
W. L. Franklin, 7:30 p.m.
May 15, Tuesday, Waynesville
est home is Mrs. Joseph Way How
ell of '. Waynesville, born Bertha
Leopard. Cling is in the lumber
business in California; and his sis
ter Lucy lives in California also.
She is married to Howard Sutton.
Ernest, generally known as Dick,
lives in Washington staP rui
who was cnristened Frank, Jr., is
THE OLD HOME TOWN
Save The Waste!
Feed The Best
STORE IT IN A SILO
For information and in.
E. I. ANDERS
; - P.O. Box 375.
' Hendersonville, N. C.
PMAVW,M SLA& WIVE
OUT HERE'-IT MUST, L3
' KNOW WMN YCHJ r----
MlftHTfiET KMOCKBO .tll
oh tub HtAf outer A't'l'
Ilomemakcrs, Mrs, Howell Bryson
May 16, Wednesday, Bethel, Mrs.
Henry Garner (Mrs. Ralnh KpIIvi
f) nn ,
May 17, Thursday, Maggie, Home
Demonstration Kitchen (Mrs. c. E.
Rainey and Mrs. Jim Plott hns.
tesses), 2:00 p.m.
May 18, Friday, Crabtree-Hyder
Mt., Mrs. Glenn Palmer, 2:00 p.m.
May 21, Monday, Rogers Cove,
Mrs, Robert Fullbright, 2:00 p.m.
May 21, Monday, Rateliffe Cove.
Community House (Mrs. Hilliard
Jones, Mrs. Ward Kirkpatrick.hos
tesses), 7:30 p.m.
May 22, Tuesday, Clyde, Mrs.
Roy Medford (Mrs. Bill Hardin,
Mrs. Joe Hardin as co-hostesscs)'
May 23, Wednesday. Cecil Mrc
rHoward. Med'ford, 2.00 p.m. ' , ...I
May 24, Thursday' West Canton.
May 25, Junaluska, Mrs. John
McClure, 2:00 p.m. .
May 28,- Monday, .McKimmon,
Mrs. H. L. Morgan, 10:30 a.m.
May 28, Monday, Sau nook, Mrs.
Herbert Singletary, 7:30 p.m.
Defendant Is A Monkey
COLUMBUS. O. (AP Tn,
Ohio Supreme Court wil try to un
ravel a case about a monkey who
grabbed a $10 bill from uj
customer in a pet shop.
When Miss Katherine Busch
tried to retrieve the money the
monkey bit her. She sued the
Cleveland pet shop operators, and
a lower court awarded her a $1,700
The pet shon ODerators t thni
appeal, maintain Miss' Busch
should not have assumed she
could get the $10 back from the
The Age Of Elk
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) Do
you have an elk? Want to know its
age? Just bring the elk or one of
us teeth to Montana Stale Colloge.
Researchers will got out their cal
ipers, measure the tooth, do some
figuring and come up with the age
of the elk.
The age of an elk may be of scant
general interest, but it's important
knowledge for big game managers
who want to know the age of ani
mals being killed. Managers know
that the herd is healthy if many of
the killed elk are young. But if old
er animals are numerous, some ad
justments must be made to pre
serve breeding stock.
The ages are determined by com
parison with the teeth in skulls
from animal-'" the age'tof which are
Natives from six foreij
rode horses this seasonal!
Herb Lindbcre is from 3
Ken Church from Canid;
Culmone from Sicily, Gifi
from Panama. Fernando M
from Cuba and Tommy
! Breed your (M
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Your better herd begini w
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