BLAZING BATTLE POR THF. .NORTHEAST is depicted in Cm
Pictures' new Natural Vision 3-D enle of America. "Port
H" at the Park Theatre in color by Technicolor Sunday. Mon
day and Tuesday. George Montgomery, left, stars.
C?*tlned from Pale 1>
/ church, which they were ffaallv
able to do in Andrews even though
scarcity of war materials made the
going very rough. "Within 4
months we were in our own love
ly new church, which Bishop Fair
bairn in visiting, called the miracle
In Waynesville the Band started
"in an ex-governor's mansion?1900
model ? fa the fall of 1948 when
the Waynesvdlle Free Methodist
Sogety was organized " The fall
of 1930 saw ground broken and the
foundation laid for a new church
on the corner of Assembl;. and Oak
Sts A contractor donated his serv
ices, and in spite of many obstacles
and severe winter weather, the
opening service was held in Janu
Perhaps these women's woyt has
been most outstanding in their re
generation of several men whose
lives seemed hopelessly lost. They
also have an active group of young
people, for whom a Youth Center
in a large old building on Fast St
has been donated for "clean, whole
some recreation". One end of this
Center has been fitted up as a min
iature ehapel with pulpit and altar
wherg different members of the
Youtti Group themselves conduct
^servBtes. This Center opened May ,
>2 with a covered-dish supper, and !
^religious film with about 100 peo
"ple present. Sunday School attend
ance averages about 90.
In leaving Waynesville this
Thursday. Miss Bbhop and Miss
Gruber made this statement: "Af
ter 11 years of pioneer work in
these beautiful mountains, we most
regretfully terminate our services
on doctor's orders. It is our earnest
desire to return to this kind of
work when our bodies are rested."
A farewell party was given Wed
nesday night by members of the
church and other friends who are
devoted to these fine women.
Want Ada bring quick results
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"An average of two families uses
one box, sometimes more."
Colonel Howell was especially
anxious to express his appreciation
to the people of the area "for their
support and for the confidence
shown in me during my public
He was equally enthusiastic a
bout the Post Office personnel who /
have worked with him. "I never
considered that I was what people
call 'boss' in the office?although
of course the final responsibility
was mine?but to those folks who
have been my co-workers I want
to express my appreciation for
their cooperation and their efforts
to carry out my wishes." He turn
ed wistfully. "You know, I'm going
to miss the folks here."
Colonel Howell's career in pub
lic life has included a number of
honors. He has been chairman of
the Haywood County Library
Board "pretty nearly since it be
gan." He served ten years as Mayor
of Waynesville, two years as Town
attorney and "about seven" as
clerk and treasurer of the town.
He is a former member of the
North Carolina Assembly and also
served as Supervisor of Taxes for
the Western North Carolina dis
trict. He was on active duty with
the U. S. Army for several years.
SAN DIEGO, Calif (AP)?Har
old Ramm said It worked fine
when the kitchen ready-whipped
j cream (ribbon squeeze kind) got
mixed with his bathroom ready
| shave kind.
Never had a smoother shave,
said Ramm. But, Mrs. Ramm re
jected the idea of trying the ready
shave cream on the strawberries.
Harvey Haddix, southpaw pitch
er for the St. Louis Cardinals, was
accidentally hit by a shotgun blast
when five years old and still car
| ries two pellets in his body.
THE OLD HOME TOWN. By STANLEY
A GHOST ?j
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Cannery Opens In
By MRS SAM FERGUSON
The community cannery opened
last week under management of
Mr J. C. Carpenter with Mrs.1
Vance Holbrook assisting
A Revival meeting ia being con
ducted this week at Fines Creek
Memorial Baptist Church.
The Rev. J. Baswell Mull, pas- :
tor, is in charge with the Rev
Crump assisting him.
Mrs. Mary Fergdson has return
ed home after spending several
days with her sister. Mrs. Varnel
Swanger, in South Carolina. She
was accompanied home by Mrs
Swanger and family.
Sympathy is extended the rela
tives of Herman E. Green who died
Sunday. We are also very sorry to
learn of the serious illness of Mr.
C. Z. Noland, who is a patient at
Haywood County Hospital.
Others in the community on the
sick list are Mrs. Jessie Moore,
Wayne Kirkpatrick and Gaither
Delegates from the Fines Creek
4-H Club exchange trip to Massa
chusetts are James. Jerry and
Bernard Ferguson Also Patsy
Vacation Bible School closed at
Lower Fines Creek Methodist
Church with a picnic lunch and
then a program Friday evening.
Thdy had a good attendance and
all children seemed to enjoy it a
Evelyn Holbrook is spending a
week in Macon County with her
W. A. Springs of South Caro
lina. is spending the summer with
his daughter and son-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Vance Holbrook on Fines
Mr. Furman Noland and Mrs.
Hiram Green, members of the
group on the farm tour, were called
home from St. Louis, Mo., on ac
count of the serious illness of their
father, Mr. C. Z. Noland.
Green Brothers are digging a
well on the Fines Creek School
Miss Hilda James is visiting her
sister Mrs. Mark Ferguson this
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Ferguson
are also Fines Creek visitors.
New arrivals here art a boy.
Wendal Ferguson, born July 14th
to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ferguson, and
I a girl. Vicki Elizabeth Fish, born
July 16th to Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Mr. Johnny Kirkpatrick and fam
ily have been visiting in New Jer
Mrs. Harley Clark has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. R. F. Brown.
Mrs. Robert Plott and children
have returned to Marietta, Ga. af
I 'er spending some time with her
oarents, Mr. and Mrs C. B Mc
Pvt. J. David Rathbone of Ft.
I Jackson, S. C., spent last week end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
I N. Rathbone.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carpenter
I ind son Mike spent the week end
I In Rutherfordton with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Greene and
I -hlldren, Vivian and Gayle, Miss
I Inez Hatley and Miss Peggy Ann
I Irannock have returned to Bur
I Mngton after spending several days
[here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
I Mooney. While here they motored
I 'hrough the Smokies and various
I oarts of Tennessee.
Miss Lura Mae Greene has as
I her guests this week Mr. and Mrs.
I Fred Bowman and son, of Burllng
DON'T DAWDLE . . . After
>M hav? to id goodnight,
don't liMp vm hott and
hottest standing In fkt door
far prolonged shatter.
TRUCE SIGNER LEAVES PANMUNJOM PEACE PAGODA' !
GEN. WILLIAM R. HARRISON, senior Allied truce negotiator, is followed by Ma] Gen Pinch and other
members of the truce team from the "Peace Pagoda" after he signed an armistice agreement with the Com
munis ti Twelve hours later, the shooting war In Korea was over The next move is a political confer
ence to work out details for a permanent peace for the war-torn nation. (International Radiophoto)
By MRS. J EDGAR BURNETT E?
Elmer Inman suffered a broken
leg on Monday when a log rolled
cn him while he was on the job at
the saw mill in the community. He
is recuperating at the home of his
mother. Mrs. Mae Inman.
The Rev. Heatherly, of Enka, der
livered the sermon on Sunday
morning at the Laurel Grove Bap
tist Church on Little East Fork
The Rev. V. B. Wise of Canton,
was in charge of the worship ser
vice on Sunday evening.
A capacity audience filled the
church at the Wednesday evening
prayer meeting and hymn sing at
Laurel Grove Church.
The revival at the Riverside Bap
tist Church will continue through
Wednesday night of next week.
The message is delivered each
evening by the Rev. John J. Kizer,
of Hazelwood Baptist Church. Ser
vices are well attended and visitors i
The Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Prater,
and Miss Sallie Outlaw, of Out
law's Bridge, and Mrs. Lillie Belle
Brummitt, of Rose Hill, were the
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.
Grover Warren and family.
The guests and Mrs. Warren at
tended the Cherokee Drama on
Pvt. Donald Mintz, stationed at
Ft. Jackson, S. C? spent the week
end at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Mintz and
Mrs. F,dna Ruckman. of Balti
more, Md? is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sorrells for
two weeks. She will return to her
home on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Butler and
family, of Gastonia, spent the week
end at the home of the former's
sister, Mrs. Lockie Grooms and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reeee moved
into their new home at Retreat
The Young People's Training
Union group of the Rlversiae Bap
tist Church held a social last Fri
day evening at the picnic grounds
above Lake Logan, with fourteen
Mrs. Lizzie Singleton celebrated
her 86th birthday on Sunday when
a picnic dinner was served at noon.
Many friends and relatives attend
ed and the Howard family held a
sing in the afternoon.
Mrs. Elsie Blaylock was the guest
of her son. Robert Blaylock > and
Mrs. Blaylock and children, on
, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Coward, of
Columbia, S. C? and Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Saxton of Greenwood, S. C?
will arrive on Friday to spend a
week at the Pressley cabin.
Mrs. Blanche Harkins and Clay
ton Rhodarmer were married at the
home of the Rev. Thomas Erwtn
on Wednesday evening.
Know how to mince an onion?
First peel the onion and cut It In
half. Then cut the surface of one
of the halves into tiny squares.
Now hold the onion half firmly on
your chopping board, and cut off
slices that are about one-eighth
inch thick. The tiny squares of
onion will drop off as you slice.
Don't over-cook your puffy
omelets or they'll be tough and
South Clyde CDP
Visits And Other
By MRS KYLE LINDSEY
The CDP had their regular meet
ing Monday night. The Misses Iva
Deaver and Grace Jones had
charge of the devotion. The group
sang two hymns. Mrs. Sam Jack
son, who made the out-of-state
farm tour, gave a report of the trip
and the interesting things that she
saw on the trip. A good time was
reported by everyone from the
community who went.
The chairmap, Loyde Justice, led
the business meeting during which
plans for the community tour were
discussed. West Pigeon group will
visit our South Clyde community
Saturday, August 8. Everyone is
asked to cooperate in entertaining
our guests, and to make plans for
Places to be visited were brought
up and will be worked out by the
chairman and co-chairman, and
August 22nd the South Clyde
group will go to Francis Cove, and
everyone is looking forward to that
The men made plans to work on
the community house.this week and
next week, also work on the ceme
tery, which still is one of our main
Picnic tables are being made and
places have beenjchosen for three.
One is completed and will be set
at one of the chosen spots. The
women are in charge of this work
and Joe Rhodarmer and Roy
Swanger are building the tables
The tables will be distributed in
The scrapbook committee met
at the home of Mrs. Curtis Rogers
Tuesday night to work on the
The next meeting will be the sec
ond Monday night of August, and
Mrs. Curtis Rogers will be in
charge of the devotional part of
The CDP group of women will
have a supper for the benefit of the
building Saturday evening from
5:30 till 8:30 on the lawn of Mrs
Robert Lindsey. Everyone who
would like to come, and help out is
welcome. The plates will be only
Mr. Bruce Brown is building a
new home in the com'munity, and
; Mr. Glen Brown has repaired his
house that he rents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Justice are
having some remodeling done on
| their house inside.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindsey,
i and Mrs Kenneth Lindsey and son
\psited relatives in Shelby Monday.
Tony Rogers, who has been mak
ing his home with his grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rogers,
has gone to Hamilton, O., to stay
with his father, Mr. Davis Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. James Willard of
Pendltnton. S. C. have come after
their son Stanley, who has spent
the summer with his grandmother.
Mrs. Sidney Willard.
Three Haywood County
Three Haywood County service
men have recently received promo
tions. They are Robert T Murray
of Canton and Robert C. Sheehan
and Ted Hampton of Waynesville.
Murray, son of O. F. Murray of
Route 2, Canton, executive officer
of the 15th Anti-Aircraft Artillery
AW Battalion (SP), was promoted
recently to the rank of first lieu
tenant. He entered the Army in
1951 and was last stationed at Fort
Sheehan and Hampton both re
ceived promotions to private first
class. Sheehan, son of Mrs. Ilobert
Sheehan, is with the 45th Infantry
Division in Korea. He is a truck
mechanic in Service Company of
the 279th Regiment. He holds the
Korean and U.N. service ribbons.
Hampton is a switchboard oper
ator in Service Battery of the 171st
Field Artillery Battalion in Korea.
He is the husband of Mrs. Mildred
Hampton and son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Rogers ?nd Edna P. Bright
The Fines Creek list is headed
by Perry W Plemaaons. On his
staff are Charles W. Koss, Elma
M. Donnahde, Joe R. Turner,
James C. Carpenter. Margaret G..
Carpenter. Fannie B. Noland, Carl
Painter, Jr., Elisabeth R. Seay,
Charles H. Duckett, Catherine J.
Francis, Hugh Rogers. Bonnie D.
Verastko and Pearl J Brummitt.
With Stanley Livingston as prtn- 1
cipal Clyde has the following:
teachers: Hazel M. Clayton, Lura
Mae Greene, Donald E. McLeod. j
'Jlalre Howell. Mary M. Soesbee, |
Fulton F. Roper, Margaret H. !
Davidson, Hattie S. Freeman, El
en H. Havnes, Edythe T. Cannon, j
Pauline S. Goodson, Sara Ann [
Long. Velma Morrow, Bonie F.
Shook. Alice H. Haynes, Carroll
Morrow .Mary B. Brooks, Benja
min T. Price, Angela A. Hardin
ind Nell C. Matthews.
At Crahtree-Iron Duff Principal
Fred L. Safford's staff consists of
Kathryn G. Kirkpatrick. Frances
P. Yates, Nancy Hannah, Bearl F.
Nesbltt. Edna J. Noland. Louie M,
Noland, William G. Noland, W.
Frank Kirkpatrick. Betty B. Ter
-elL Jeanette S. Chase, Helen B.
Caldwell and Edna Boyd.
The Bethel staff, headed by C.
C. Poindexter, comprises Nicholas '
Bonarrigo, Bernice McEIhannon,
Dellma H. Phoenix. Irene C.
Swift, M. B Madison, June E.
Pratt, Alice R. Cathey. Sam B.
Wilson. Joe A. Morrow. M. C. Nix,
Mary Jane Leatherwood, Louisa B
Cagle, Maggie C. Davis. Margaret
Ward. Arthur W. Callaway. Lela
K. Messer, Evelyn D. George,
Grovene C. Russell.
And Nellie W. McCracken, Vel
ma K. McEIhannon. Azalee H.
Shepherd, Margaret T h e 1 m a
Moody, W. H. Crawford, Willie
Kephart, Rex. G. Meadows, Ruth
D. Shipman, James Roy Moody,
Dorothy Y. Calhoun. Margaret M.
Gregory, Alva Jo M. Carver, Gay
Chambers, Theodore M. Jervis,
Nelle J. Ledford, Paul Grogan, Es
sie Sellers, Charlene R. Somos,
John W. Sloan, Blanche Mehaffey,
Lillian A. Himes. Gladys Henson,
Jimmie Lee Blanton, Garrett
Smathers and Evelyn G. Chambers.
Elsie J. Osborne is the only col
ored teacher appointed so far.
James Coleman To Lead
Revival In Ratcliffe
Cove Beginning Sunday
The Rev. James H. Coleman,
pastor of the Shady Grove Metho
dist .Charge, will be. the speaker
for a Revival at Elizabeth Chapel
Methodist Church in Ratcliffe Cove
beginning Sunday night. August 1.
| Services will be held at 7:45 each
evening through August 8. The
Rev. Mr. A. B. Dennis is minister
at Elizabeth Chapel.
Air conditioning in a modern of
fice is like giving every worker a
third of a ton of ice each day to
keep him cool.
More than 75.000 persons work
'n the production of dairy products
in North Carolina.
To Visit | J
TOM BIAZH4A, of ChicJ
served as EiseuhowtrV'M
geant" in 1916 witep the pJ
was a lieutenant on the 3
border, is. shown in wJj
Biazina was invited to
Chief Executive to talk o^l
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Buchanan Cemetery wit fl
lowed by a look at Cradyl^H
Brahma cattle, seldom
Lunch at noon at the
grounds will be follow^!
The field day schedule!
may be added to before
community tours are roii|^|
as follows: August 1. tH
Star visits Aliens Creet^B
5, Francis Cove visits
August 6, Thicketv visits!
Duff; August 7, Saunooil
Morning Star: Aueust
Pigeon visits South Clyde fl
11, Hominy visits Upper Ct^B
August 11 Jonathan CrniH
East Pigeon; August 15. H
Creek visits White Oak;
15, Beaverdam visits
August 18. Upper CrabtmH
West Pigeon; August 19. H
visits Jonathan Creek- AmH
East Pieeon visits Thicket*!
u?t 22 South Clyde visits iH
Cove; August 29. White (nH
CARD OF THANKS I
We wish to express ourSH
ation for the symna'hv aiH
I nesses shown us during o*H
tffrs. C. M. Hinkky nH
FOR SALE OR TRADE -
room house with bath, Tw
of land on paved strwt
$4,100. Dial GL 6-4010
DIAL GL 6-4551
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JULY 30 - 31
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 1
"Trail Of The
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SUN., MON. & TUES.,
AUGUST 2, 3 & 4
THE FIRST GREAT
OUTDOOR EPIC OF
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"Western North Carolina's
Children Under 12
Show Starts At Dusk
TIIURS. & FRL,
JULY 30 & 31
SATURDAY, AUG. 1
. CLARK GABLE
SUN. & MON., AUG. 2 & 3
"The Stars Are
Children Under U
Show Starts At 8:15 f.
FRIDAY, JULY 1
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