U .Vfifrnocn, May 7, tyl
VAC.T. FTVT "(Second Section?
f r ' '
c fl" ' itlWllil' ) i
V . . t far
Viv i. 1 v ,
- V..' V , J j
, - Mytlas ? V iLtTiJi &u. .UL.,. w. ..v--i
- l 4 ll Willi 'Ml MP II. L W.1MPI IB WiaiWIWWWMWWWMil V'
1 f if ..
I . L
V - - ' "-H
Vo. The KatrlifTr Cove' Community othrr hcIIvp Rintni this past winihi.
Ik vs' iiMskcthiill U-ani '( to Hie semi- Mil tiy of thi'M- w!'l plav Nirttliall this
lit:iN i l (lie ('(itin'v toiirniinit'ilt this stimuli t cm (lie roninimiih Irani. I rout
v.:ii :ni(l liuit (he simiwirl nl their on- rutv. loll t ih:lil: Iv.i I. re Vlcssrr. Ijcl-
i tin I'oiniiinmlv IicIiIikI llirm. Front ty I ituiiv n. 1 4 m 1 1 : t'i;i!rrwo-:. i itii
rin- li lt In ritiit: .lur 'liinii r. Ii hi'
Linn .l'i:i ( nuillll anil Ialc lirdi'orii.
. il.it l i iiv (;i :,h i:u Honrrs. Kay Nolanil, loltr .l.nir M:ih. M.uv M ' , ItiMli
Miller. .in (l uhlv. ll'Ul.l (ias(y.
Iitiil. ii'uvd l It. " 1 r.inris.
No.' " .f .i n ; 1 1 l.r )i.nil a stu-
di'iU iii ii iiv' t!-. (. i k :m active part
i i : : '.In ' ; :' of t h.ui'O
I ill'MT. (.l.l.iiM I M'ii I .t. :'l llji 'i li! V:
Vrl. Jo Jiiiii's, l.lc.iinir .l.nni".. t'lur-
slicli'in of tan-
'I'oni f 'undid, anil Hi'lph Ji'tlkliiM, roarli.
No :-- view Ic ikinit towards Wa.ins-
Mai v Jo irast , an l Al." . James t ii -
No. !. i i.iu' nl tin- I'lonrers
nl' I'n I n: iT d ie ( iiiiiinunltv lie
is now a n 1 :l I i mrr at 81, Mr and
Mis. K.ildin,. : j K! children all are
No, 3Tn. girls' basketball team, an- No. 4-; ourelirH Shorthorn Diirhanl . living exri'i
villi- from the Uoone Swavntfim place. find, roach.
100 Dogs And
. ivJ '!' n. .."VI- 1
tOO (lows al Immc anil (4c(s away ' breed, shape and pose. Ina Started
mMIhiiiI buiiiy a single dnu Ian her re) lei t mn in l!ll!8.
i il'l... ...II .1.1. ..I .1,,., I ..... i,.i-' -r ,
ciH'iueASTiif i.-i , aim ...l-,.i, :,re , nail. mil nf slime china ' N'"""' I'-nilhia and Virginia
'a comely 15-ycar-old hinh seho.,1 i.;lass.'. 'wood' anil olin-r nlalrriak " hatv ' Ainrviean doRwood ' for their
I MiplioilKiie, Inn limrliard. keeps 1 I in; come in alnioM. every sic, ' slate llnwer. '
Club play an important role in
the life i of RatclifTe Cove Com
munity. The club is described at j Center
greater length In another article.
With twenty-three members on
its rostgrt the.club meets the. third
Monday evening of each month.
Mrs. Will RatclifTe is its president,
This year the club is assisting in
the Community's work by planting
trees and flowers, aiding in recre
ational activities, and making im
provements at the Community
p' received by May 10th will earn dividends
p May 1st. You'll like our savings account.
I Felice add any amount, any time in person
'"Hi 10(1 rents on a dollar
Kxtra dollars in earnings are added to your
CVfry six months.
S tin opens an account. Stop in today.
Savings insured up to $10,000.08
h Building & Loan Association
f n Street Phone 17
Durinc 1 (ISO the club's accomp
lishments' included considerable
handcraft consisting of aluminum
trays, rugs, and needle work. Hook
ed rugs are a specialty of Mrs.
Home improvement is a feature
oT particular interest to RatclifTe
Cove homcmakcrs. Mrs. Jack Fel
met remodeled her home; and Mrs.
W. W. Jones had work done in the
kitchen and elsewhere. Forty
homes have electric stoves; and 80
electric refrigerators. There are
I more than 80 other major electric
al appliances. A total of 20 home
improvement projects were under
taken during the past year; half
indoor and half outside
(Continued from Tajtr 1)
No Noise At Napanoch
NAPANOCH. N- Y. (AP)
! Ben Feinberg, director of the Nap
' anoch Country Club in Napanoch,
i New York, scrupulously observed
! the rules of Noise Abatement Week
I recently. .
Following the Governor's state
ment that "noise impairs human
health and lowers efficiency" Fein-heri-
said he installed muffled buz-
jzers in each room instead of the
! customary bell, that loudspeakers
j replaced the dinner gong, all help
wore rubber soled tooiwear, a sign
was posted at the entrance against
excessive horn blowing and a slo
gan of "No Noise at Napanoch" was
Jim Konstanty, ace relief pitch
er for the Phillies and most valu
able player in the National League
last season, runs a sporting goods
store in Oneonto, Y. Y., during the
Albert 'Hedi Schocndiest, infield
ace wilh the St. Lou IK Cardinals,
was - the only member of Hie team
In jil.i in all Hie club's l!)r0 games,
looking back over the years ol j
progress in the area said: :
; "The people who live in this val
ley have characteristics different j
from any oilier people' in thej
county. A great people who m j
about their business A neighbor I
ly people wlio help in time 'of!
trouble or need. A people who take I
pride in their community, and al-i
ways, strive to make it the best!
community in the state. They have
always been a church-going pc- j
pie, an dhave two of as good coun
ty churches as can be desired ;
They believe in education, as a
large percentage of the bii;h
school graduates go on to college.
"Most of the people make their
own food ami do not depend too j
much on any one income, as i
shown by their interest in beef i
cattle, dairying, biuley tobacco,
poultry and vegetables.
"They practice the old saying,
'a thing worth doing, is worlh do
LOS A NG F.LES I A P) Trad i
tion has it that poets are always
starving. Apparently the same ap
plies to poet-burglars.
Police report a burglar entered
the home of L. E. Sanderson and
besides taking $375 in cash and
jewels ate half a two-pound box of
candy and drank two bottles of
He went next door, still guzzling
a pop bottle, picked up $718 worth
of pewclry and ate a pound of pea
nuts. Then, discarding the pop bot
tle, he fled. Police found a note
saving: "I did the job brief the
.Viand when your doctor
writes your prescription,
call us immediately, then
you'll lose no time putting
his medicine to work.
Your Walgreen Agency
Depend On Us... .Your
Dome Owned & Operated
YOUR DOLLAR BUYS
The Home of National Brands
'Better Brands Mean Better Buys'