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Yesterday's field (luy. when
West Pigeon Community were
hosts to Morning Star, brought m
p'roximately 250 persons together
for the tour and the atternoon ac
tivities. Another tractor driving record
was set, as Meal Kelley. of West
Pigeon equalled the 55-secoiid
mink set hv lidaar Messer of
White Oak last week In this, .is m
all futuie traetoi-dilMiif? totitests
announcement of the winners will i
be made at a later dite l.ntiaMs
in the Morning Star-West rigoon
eontcst besides Kelley -were J. i
Hickman, Ird Mediord. Casey Med- j
ford, Mrs. Georue -Smatliers,--Mrs. !
Charles Caldwell, Peggy Peek 'and j
Jaeque Sue Medtord. i
: The two communities split the I
twin bill ball game.:-Morning Star i
boys pounced on two runs 111 the,
first, to win 2-0; and West Pigeon
girls were victors to the tune ot j
West Pigeon took three of the i
four horse shoe pitching meets. I
Winning teams were Jack Sloan,
and Earl Moore, Billy Dielz audi
Tommy Owen, and Mis, David M-1
wards and Mrs. Carl . Kdwards. i
Morning Star's winning girls' team j
were Aline Chambers and Molly i
Parton. Others taking part werei
Sherman and Guy Medlord, 'led
Hoglen and Worth Similiters. Mrs.
Elwood Smathers and Mrs. Sewell ,
Rhinehart, and Pat Fore and Dons
Group singing was led by t.ewin
Medford of Morning Star and the
Rev. Clvde Collins ot the host
; The morning tour included visits
to the truck crop lainung and ir
rigation projects of Harrison'. Sen
telle, the farm of Mis Iloi.i C'ath
ey, the Bethel Church and ceme
tery improvements, and planting ,1
long the road banks, and the homes
,or farms of A. P. Clme. Max Buriir
ette, M. C. Nix, Howard Recce. I;.l
' -lis Wells, Welch Singleton and Car
Today Upper Crabtree visits
Pels and Dolls
To Be Judged In
The cub scouts of Canton are co
operating :with the girl scouts in
sponsoring a pet show, at the foot
ball stadium and a dolhshow at the
aimorv on Krulav. August 24. The
two shows are part of the 45th an
nual Labor Dav and Fall Festival
held in Canton.
Judges for the pet snow are Miss
Pearl Lesley Johnson and Dr. and
Mrs, A. R. Ri'egg. The classifica
tions are: curliest tail, longest ears,
shortest legs, whitest, blackest,
longest,, shortest, noisest, most ex
pressive eyes, most soots, most un
usual, most tricks, best trained, and
best cared for. ..'-.-,.
The doll show will have as judg
es Mrs. Alexander Gardener, Mrs.
W it Hatt and Mis H C Fer
guson. Dolls will be classified as to
the prettiest, the largest, the
smallest, the oldest: the most un
usual, the most antique, the best
dressed, the best collection, the
doll that most resembles its owner,
bride and groom dolls, and dolls
from foreign countries.
Prizes will be awarded, and any
one is eligible li registered in advance.
Milk is a finicky food, and you
must observe the three-C's to insure
Vour - family of . complete: safety.
Keep the milk cool, covered, and
clean. Milk, yoit know, is a good dis
ease carrier, '.and unless careful
storage conditions are observed the
results can be somewhat undesira-
I hie, ..
East Pigeon, and tomorrow South
Clvde will be hosts to Crabtree.
There will be no further field days
tinlil Wednesday of next week.
-SUSPENSE . . IN ITS RAREST FORM!
vlj the Thrills . : . suspensful
action of a man who spent 14 hours
making the riggest decision of his life ! ! !
"14 HOURS". . . PAUL DOUGLAS
2 FEATURES . . . FRIDAY & SAT.
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Devil Horse No. 8 Cartoon
TITE WAYNES VTLLE MOUNTAINEER
Thursday Afternoon, , ,,, ,, !
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'THE GREAT CARUSO" SUNDAY AT STRAND...
Births announced at the Hay
wood County Hospital this week in
clude the fgllowing:
Mr. and Mrs. Hoxie Griswald of
Waynesville, Route 2, a son, Aug. 8.
Cove Creek, a daii
ler, Aug. 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barrett of Can
ton, a daughter, Aug, 8.
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, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Justice of
Clyde, Route 1, a daughter, Aug. 9.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Warren of
Canton, Route 3, a son, Aug. 10.
Mr, and Mrs. James Grasty of
Waynesville, a daughter, Aug, 10.
The Hev. and Mrs. Jarvls Teague
of Marshall, a son, Aug. 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Wyatt
of Haelwood, a son, Aug. 1.,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford of
Canton, a daughter, Aug. 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore ot
Canton, a son, Aug. 14. ;
Dr. and Mrs. U. L. McKittrick of
Mr. and MrsJ. R. Cope'of Can
ton, a son, Aug. 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Sharp of
WaynesvilJe, a son, Aug. 10.
Mr. and Mrs. McKin'.ey Hannah
o Clyde, Route 1, a son, Aug. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. James Worley oi
Canton, a daughter, Aug. 11.
Mario Lanza as "The Great Caruso" 'co-starring Ann Blyth begins Sunday at the Strand.
Are WACs, WAFs
SSgt. W. F. Davenport, local
Army and Air Force recruiting
Sgi., savs the title "Smartest Wo
man ot the Year" is merited by
the girl who enlists as a WAC or
WAF, and he means "smartest" in
more ways than one.
Women in the service are given
all kinds of opportunities to conti
nue their education even to getting
a college degree. Not only that,
but they learn technical skills that
prepare them for interesting ca
reers in the Army and Air Force,
and WAC and WAFs work on an
equal basis with the men..
To be eligible for enlistment,
you must be a high school gradu
ate, and be between 18 and 34
years of age.
Army and Air Force pay is the
same for women as it is for men,
afid it's good, especially When you
consider that free food, clothes,
lodging and medical , and dental
care are included, Privates start
at $75, a month; and are raised to
$80 after four months of service.
Once a 'girl starts working up, she
has the chance of going to master
sergeant, with pay, as high as-$294
"Opportunities for enlistment in
the Army and Air Force are par
ticularly good right now," Sgt. Dav
enport ' said. Like the other
branches of the armed forces, the
Army and Air Force are expand
ing rapidly. Many thousands of
young women will be added by
"Properly qualified young wo
men," Sgt. Davenport said, "can
get more information about the
WAC and WAF by visiting the lo
cal U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force
recruiting station at Post Office
Bldg.Waynesville each Monday
We Know at Ray's That
School Days Are Rough.
That's Why - at Ray's -We
Palm Beach Man
In Car At Maggie
Charles Eugene Rines of Palm
Beach, Florida, shot himself in the
head Wednesday morning while
sitting in his car in front of his
father-in-law's summer home near
Maggie. Still alive, he was rushed
to the Haywood County Hospital
where he died some two hours lat
er at 1:20.
According to information receiv
ed from Carl Setzer, deputy sheriff
who 1 investigated the case, Mr.
Rines had arrived earlier in the
day from Palm Beach
Mr. Rines, who was a used car
leader and also deputy sheriff of
Palm Beach County, shot himself
'n the temple with a .45 army auto
matic. Mr. Setzer expressed wonder
that he did not die instantly.
Dr. J. Frank Pate, Coroner, re
ported that it was a clear case of
suicide and that no inquest would
be held. '.
, In addition to his wife, Mr. Rines
is survived by two children. He was
34 years old.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonner F. Rabb of
Waynesville, Route 1, a daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Franklin of
Canton, a daughter, Aug, 11.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Smith of
Candler, Route 1, a daughter, Aug,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'frawford of
Canton, Route 2, a son, Aug. 12.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gibson of
Waynesville, Route 1 a son, Aug.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Inman of
Crawford Funeral Home
Crawford Mutual Burial Ass'n
Waynesville, Phone 147
Canton, Dial 3535
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CHILDREN UNDER 12
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FRIDAY, AUG. 17
MARK OF THE GORILLA"
v - Starring
5 Cartoons Comedy ,
SATURDAY, AUG. 18
"ANGEL AND THE BADMAN"
JOHN WAYNE and GAIL RUSSELL
SUNDAY, AUG. 19
MEET THE KILLER
BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO
MON. & TUES., AUG. 20 & 21
The" Reformer AndlThe Redhead'
; DICK POWELL and JUNE ALLISON
Also Selected Short Subjects
He Tui'e,i ' y ,
Daniel -J!. k, ' '.
mastor, baci;. i'.''
making his fi . j'
'vertcr in VC!::.
the pnoumatii .'"
"mild stet-l" -; ';.
as Sir He-uy t
Morrell wes f . lr-
launched h : 5 h.
in the United :, :
Waynesville, a YJtl Al,.'.J
of Waynesville ,i
tor; ahd Mrj, hk
Clyde, a . son, Aug, 16 1
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