CLYDE HIGH Junior* and seniors mitred Washington and nearby points of Inter
est on their recent train trip. Shown here are the class, together with Congress
man Genre* A. Shu/ord, Stanley Livingston, principal, and Mrs. C. E. Brown, Jr.,
a member of the faculty. There were 41 juniors and seniors malting the trip.
lack Snyder Wins
frip To New York
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Snyder, 134
Salaam St., Hazelwood. have re
urned here after spending three
lays In New York.
Mr. Snyder, local galea repre
lentatlve for Electrolux vacuum
?leanera, won an all-expense-paid
The American Automobile Assn
pi-edicts that America will havi
8i million motor vehicles hy 1965
More American men than womer
have died from cancer each yeai
vacation in New York for himsetl
1 and his wife to attend the national
I Electrolux convention.
nnn. ft. d. tiiUAlA
i Mrs. Mollie E. Clontz, died
i" early Saturday at tXe home of a
daughter, Mrs. A. R Rhodarmer,
. in the Newfound nepfloft 'of Bun
. combe County. ' ' ' ,
Mrs. Clontz was a daughter of
the late Buck and Dnipe Taylor
Warren and was a native of the
I Dutch Core section, of Haywood
Surviving in addition to Mrs.
Rhodarmer are the husband, H. B.
Clontz of Canton; two font, Rufus.
and Fred of Candler; two other
daughters, Mrs. C. G. Singleton of
Candler, and Mrs. Robert Parham
of Craggy; four brothers, Dowe
Warren, Jim and Gastowand Lane,
all of Canton; two- sister*, Mrs.
Oever Fletcher of Cam-on, and
Mrs. Baxter Carver Of1 Bessemer
City, N. C.; 27 grandchildren; and
13 great-grandchildren.'' ?
Funera lservlces were held this
-fternoon in the Morning Star
Methodist Church, with the Rev.
Kenneth Crouse and' Rev.
Doyle Miller officlatlflft.' Btfrial was
in the church cemetery.-'"
Grandsons were pdllbefcrtrs. and
granddaughters vyefcJ iJoV^et bear
MRS. JESSIE JONES
Funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon in Fincher's Chapel
Methodist Church for Mrs. Jessie
Fullbrlght Jones, 52, of Clyde,
Route 1, who died of a heart at
tack Friday at her home.
The Rev. Alonzo Davis officiated
and burial was in the church ceme
Pkmmons. Albert Hn?he? -Ine
Best, Willis Smith, and Billy and
Surviving are the husband,
James H. Jones, Sr.; three sons,
James H. Jones, Jr., pf Chinco
teague, Va., Thomas Gilbert of At
lanta and Ralph C. Jones of Okla
homa City; a daughter, Mrs. Gor
don Enloe of Atlanta; two broth
ers, Alvln Fullbright of Sylva and
Monroe Fullbrleht of Gfcenville,
S. C.; three sisters, M(tt Oscar
Cline of Greer, S. C? tyn. Paul
Woody of Spruce Pine, pnd Mrs.
Fred Ross of Greenville; and nine
Arrangements were under the
direction of Crawford Funeral
MRS. HESTER HOOPER
Mrs. Hester Melton Hooper, 76.
wife of William A. Hooper, died
in her home near Cullowhee at
4:30 a.m. today following a long
She was a native and lifelong
resident of Jackson County, the
daughter of the late Granville and
Cynthia Miller Melton.
Surviving, in addition to the
husband, are two daughters, Mrs.
Charlie Morgan and Mrs. Frank
Justice of Sylva; three sons, Virge
and Major of Cullowhee and Ken
neth Hooper of Sylva; three sis
ters. Mrs. Lane Arrington of Rat
cllffe Cove. Mrs. Pink 6isk of East
Waynesville, and Mr*. Joe Mills of
Route 1, Sylva; three brothers,
Sylvester Melton of Candler, Sam
Melton of WaynesvMe. and John
Mtlton of Sylva. R?M? 1; 16
grandchildren; and 7 great grand
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Balsam
Grove Baptist Church in Jackson
County with the pastor, the Rev.
Dlllard Wood, and the Rev. Ben
Grandsons will serve as pall*
bearers and interment will be in
Garrett Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
MRS. NOLA RAMSEY
Mrs. Nola Brown Ramsey, 65,
died at 4 a.m. Sunday at the home
of a daughter, Mrs. Hulin Case,
in the Dtitch Cove community af
ter a long illness.
She was a native of Swain Coun
ty, daughter of the late Tom and
Iola Wilson Brown. She was a
member of the Baptist Church.
Other survivors are another
daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Mehaffey
of Canton; one brother, J. T. Wil
son of Farner, Tenn., four half
brothers, Pearl and Welker Brown
of Canton, Thurman Brown of En
ka and Ira Brown of Etowah
Tenn.; two half sisters, Mrs. Clar
ence Myers of Madisonville, Tenn..
and Mrs. Roxie Jones of Canton
two grandchildren and four great
Funeral services will be held at
11 a.m. Tuesday at the Dutch Cove
Baptist Church. The Rev. John
Smith, the Rev. H. E. Benfield and
the Rev. C. E. Revis will officiate
Burial will be in Morning Star
Nephews will be pallbearers and
nieces flower bearers. The bod"
will be taken to the home of Mrs
Case at 1 a.m. Monday to await
Wells Funeral Home is in charge
Dies In Florida
Word has been received here of
the death of Leon Sisson. Fridav
in Hoilvwood. Fla. He had been
emnioved with Jimmy Mann's
Wtfvnesville and HoHvwood Art
Oallerles for a number of years.
Funeral serviees were held Sun
day in Hollywood.
Survivor* include the wife and
The last outbreak of yellow fev
er in the United States was in
New Orleans in 1905.
By 4-H Club
The annual 4-H Club county
wide talent contest will be held
at 7:30 p.m. May 17, while the
public speaking contest will be
held at the next county council
meeting on May 28.
Announcements of the -coming
events was made Saturday at a
council meeting at the courthouse,
presided over by Neal Kelly of
Bethel, council president.
The program Saturday was .on
4-H Club week in the state in
1954 ? including the showing of
colored Him slides.
Vocal solos were sung oy Betty
Rowland, accompanied by Nancy
Messer, both of the Hazelwood
Club, and Jimmy Francis of the
East Waynesville Club. Group
dngtn gwas led by Mitzi Edwards
nf the Canton Junior Club and
Vertin Edwards of the Waynesville
Senior Club. ,
A devotional program also was
"^resented by Leona Davis of the
Wavnesville Junior Club, Janie
Nichols and Gail Bradshaw, both
if Fines Creek.
Operetta Set Thursday
At Junaluska School
A three-act operetta, "Scarecrow
Oick," with a cast of 70, will be
presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
Lake Junaluska School.
The operetta will be under the
direction of Mrs. Marguerite
Carver, Mrs. Ruth Noland, and
1 other Junaluska teachers.
TV Beauty Wows Bullfight Fans!
GLAMOR MATADOR .. . Pretty Bette Ford. Mexico's top feminine
bullfighter, prepare to finish off bull with final sword thrust in
arena at Acapulcq, Mexico.
and model before earM. Jl
By JACK RUTLEDGE
MEXICO CITY?In a few short
months Bette Ford, a petite Broad- .
way brunette who looks like Eliza
beth Taylor, has become Mexico's
leading woman bullfighter.
"It wasn't easy," she said after
a recent fight in Acapuco. "But I'm
going to keep on as long as God
She had had a close call that
afternoon. A particularly vicious
bull had tossed her and, <ps she
said, "danced the cha-cha-cha en
me" before aides lured it away
from her prostrate form.
"I wasn't particularly fright
ened." she said. "It made me angry.
My first reaction was 'how dare
ASC To Halt
No more ASC cost-sharing pcr
chase orders will be issued by the
county office until about the mid
dle of July, according to A. W. Fer
guson, ASC county manager.
The purchase orders are issued
to farmers for fertiliser, seed,
lime, and similar materials.
Floyd Fisher, chairman of the
ASC County Committee, explained
that the county's funds for spring
practice aid are exhausted. Reis
suance of orders starting in July
will be for fall practices, he said.
And she got up from the arena
of sand and blood to put on one of
her greatest performances ? one
that wen her two ears and a tail,
about the Highest tribute a bull
fighter ever gets.
Since her opening fight July 4,
1&54. she has won so many ears
and tails that she has one com
plete wall of her apartment here
adorned with them.
Other American girls have been
attracted to the bullring. Patricia
McCormlck of El Paso was a lead
ing fighter until she was gored
badly last September. Pat has just
resumed fighting. (
Julia Burnett of El Paso; Col
leen Davis, Phoenix, Ariz.; Ruth
Massey, Anaheim, Calif.; Georgians
Knowles, Tucson, are a few who
are trying to crash the difficult
and dangerous gate to fame in the
But Bette is the year's greatest
success, and packs 'em in from
border to bonder. In Panama she
is a top favorite.
Bette was born in McKeesport,
Pa., 24 years ago. She went to New
York and became a sucecssful
model for a bathing suit maker.
Later she appeared in radio shows
and on television with such stars
as Jimmy Durante, and in such
shows as Texaco Star Theater, Ford
Theater and others. Her future as
an actress was bright.
But she saw a bullfight in Boga
ta, Colombia, while on a South
American modeling tour, and fell
in love with the sport. She turned
down a moving picture contract to
take up (he art 0f kilting ^
For two long years she |
It meant early rising, daily
tice. long hours in the on
no night life,
| Last July she felt cod?^
had mastered at least the i
tary phases of her chosen
sion. and made her debut a
Since then she has foujK
every week, expects to
about 30 times this season
usually the highest paid g
on the card, and has beet
to fight in the Pla2a Med
"But I'm not quite m
that," she says. "Next ytg
Her biggest success to 4
in Panama carlv this year,
led to a new record for
bullfighters three appeari
Her greatest thrill is d
crowd roars "torera" -
means in effect "you're ati
fighter". One of her mosti
incidents was when she
ing gracefully away frot
and fell flat on the seat
tight gray pants.
"I sat there and looked
bull with my mouth opei,
was so surprised he slid tn
and looked back at me,"d
Her beauty, her ballet-like
fulness, and her shy smile i
Latins. And what is her?
"God willing, I'm going I
New York and the theita
that will be years from n#
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