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.. Horn In' the West', the thrilling
raew outdoor drama, presented by
tae Suuiuern Appalachian Histori
cal Association In . the hills of
Boone 1 well worth your while. I
wish that every person in the Stale
, could see It, especially all the stu
dents of history. t
Even the trip to Boone is an, ex-
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CHINQUAPIN, Ji. C
Sunday and Monday, July 27 & 28
Callaway, Went Thataway
Tred MacMurray-Dorothy McGuire
, News Short and Cartoon
Tuesday & Wednesday, July 28-30
Bright Victory ; '
. Arthur Kennedy & Peggy Dow
Thursday and Friday
San Francisco Story
Joel McCrea & Yvonne DeCarlo
; ' . Short and Cartoon
Saturday, August 2
Rose Of Cimarron .
Jack Buetel & Mala Powers
, Short Cartoon and Serial ,i .
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201 N. Norwood St.
Aiirru ftp WAVES Chosen
queen of tbe fourth annual
Gold Coast marathon power
boat race, curvy Rhoda Wett
waits in Miami, Fbu, ready to
flag the winner of the two-day
race. Course ran from Miami to
West Palm Beach and back.
citing one, r following the Blue
Ridge Parkway to the natural am
phitheatre in its beautiful setting.
There is a kind of magic that grips
you iq the mountains, a mood tha;
seems to bring you closer in touch
with the Infinite. Your senses are
more keen, you ' become more
aware, more perceptive, you can
see farther and more clearly. The
stars are close to you ,the air is
Thursday & Friday, July 24-25
Brian Donleyy & Virginia Grey
Saturday, July 26 (Double Feature)
. : WXOHING WILDCAT
Don 'Red' Barry
Sally Forrest tt Lionel Barrymore
Sunday & Monday, July 27 & 28
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron
Tuesday & Wednesday, July 29-30
ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD
Paul Douglas and Janet Leigh
Thursday it Friday, July 31, Aug. 1
WESTWARD THE WOMEN
Robert Taylor & Denise Parcel
pink nnx, n. c
Wlwre The Whole Family
. To See Good Shows
, Sunday, July 27,
Roddy McDowell and
; .Preston Foster ,
Also: Little Rascals Comedy
Mon. ' & Tues., July 28-29
Doris Day, Gordons MacRae,
Virginia Mayo, Uene JNei
Son and Ruth Roman . ;
. , Also Color Ctoon'
Wed4 & Thurs. July 30-31
1 In Technicolor N
Burt Lancaster Robert
Walker, Jeanne Dm and ,
M Sally Forrest
Also ' Cartoon and Serial
Double Feature ...
' - .- Tim Holt
Jtpp Tha! Cab
'K Tom Neal 1 c
"Good TW-" Kfer Tie They
Stiller " ' X
WHO'S NOT A JAN .FANlinR by tt. . lovely jDm I
star Jan sterling aaurns uw
she should have no trouble
refreshing, you are more alive. All
if which adds to your enjoyment,
if anything from a barbeque picnic I
which the press attended on the j
grounds of the amphitheatre as
juests of the Boone Chamber of!
Commerce and Bob Rivers' Watau
ga Democrat to the Well directed
and superb pageant mat is me
Horn in the West.
I liked it better than any outdoor
historical drama I have seen. The
music was fine and the dancing
was far better, the choreography
more interesting than any I have
come across. One thing which
makes it more vivid and. unforget-
Mount Olive, N. C.
Sunday & Monday. July 27 & 28
Has Anybody Seen My Gal
Piper Laurie and Rock Hudson
Tuesday & Wednesday, July 29-30
The Atomic City
Gene Barry and Lydla Clarke
Thursday & Friday, July 31, Aug.
Anything Can Happen
Jose Ferrer and Kik Hunter
Saturday Only, Aug. 2
. .- Mickey Rooney.
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Featuring All ABC Network Shows
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Friday and Saturday, July 25 and 26 1 1
Rph Muker Nancy t)avis t j '.li-V.
1 ' Butter Crabbe and Fuzzy McKnight . -j. i
Also Serial U
Sunday and Monday, July 27, and 28 V , , . . , .
I AIL!I East Carolina Folk Festival
Honey Chile j
'- i Wednesday and Thursday, July 30 and 31 .
. Jean Peters and
i i b f ' l Friday and Saturday, August 1 and 2
Charles Starrett and Smiley Burnette -George
Murpny, And Nancy Davis-Alsb Serial
attracting new admirers.
table than the others is that it had
a human story, a plot that mounts
in intensity and the characters
become more than mere historical
fieureheads. they become warm.
flesh and blood people with pro
blems that exist in one form or
another , today. There were one
or two scenes that were sitgntiv
ragged, tha needed rewriting, re
vamping. But they did not mar
the overall picture, nor diminish
the intensity of the story itself.
'Horn in the West' is a story of a
loyal Englishman faced with a dis
turbing problem, loyalty to the
British crown or loyalty to the
dream of a new democracy in the
west. It did seem that he was
overlong in coming to a conclusion,
and that it took a little too much
evidence to convince him that the
people could not receive justice
from Governor Tryon and his men.
But meanwhile the life in the
mountains, is well portrayed, and
exoertlv acted. The hero of the
drama, Geoffrey SiuarJ. has a dif
ficult decision to reach and ar
rives at the inevitable conclusion
several years later than, a man
would, it seems to me. His actions
and his indecision and his stupidity
Just do not convince me. There
was no such QouDt in me cnaraciers
of Daniel Boone or John Sevier or
Nancy "Ward, the Indian heroine
who saved the lives of thousands
of the settlers. Minor criticisms
heard were directed at the costum
ingmostly that dress worn by
Geoffrey Stuarts wife which was
worn for five years and showed
no signs of wear, or her fragile
hAiulHTMs which could not have
lasted through that long jpurney
Tuesday, July zy i ll Wf&M mJlffUSL-U
and Ralph Muker
Jeffrey Hunter ',
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ill 5 : - 11.3
JUMPS TO OLYMPJCS-Chi-
cagoan Mabel Landry soars
through the air to set a new
U. S. women's broad jump rec
ord of 18 feet, three inches at
Harrisburg, Pa. Nineteen-year-old
Mabel won a berth on our
Olympic team and a chance to
tompete in summer games at
to the mountains.
But such minor faults are pica
yune, indeed, in comparison with
the overall magnuicence 01 iu
production, the fine acting, the
colorful setting. The lighting ef
fects' are especially fine, and the
singing is as line a piece 01 kuiucj
work as I have heard in North
Helen Caldwell Cushman
Warsaw Ace Hurler
Goes To Wallace
Gerald Garris. ace hurler and
infielder for the '52 Warsaw Amer
ican Legion Junior Baseball team,
has joined the ranks of Wallace in
the semi pro Strawberry league.
The Warsaw athlete has played
second and third base for the War
saw Juniors this season in addition
to his pitching choree. The Wallace
team plans to use nun in the int'ieH
beoause of his hitting power. Batt
ing from the clean up spot with
Warsaw, Garrll slugged the ball fur
a season's average of 400.
Coming: To Kc-"?i"''lle
mWZ WARSAW, h.c:
Sunday and Monday, July 27 and 28
FRANCIS GOES TO WEST POINT
With Donald O'Connor
Tuesday arid 'Wedneaday, July 29 and 30 Technicolor
THE HALF BREED
( With Robert Young and Janis Carter Serial
Thursday and Friday, July 31 and Aug. 1 Technicolor
With Katharine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart Cartoons
Saturday, August 2 Double Feature
Wtth Tim Holt
With Stanley Clements
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Morehead City, When dog men
get together at ttie Morehead City
dog track, they marvel at the good
iortune of Mrs. O. Z. Ferrell who
haite from Oklahoma. She not
only has the top winning record
of any kennel In the current track
meeting but she has one litter with
six potential champions.
Racing greyhound spectators,
gathering here nightly for the 7:30
o'clock post time with all service
men and women admitted free.
have come to know the Ferrell
dogs. They are listed under Mrs.
Ferrell's name as owner with Fer
rell himself as the trainer. Anoth
er portion of their kennels is now
running at Pensacola under Jim
Ferrell, the son.
But in August of 1950, there was
a six-dog litter by Wrinkle's Dream
out of Miss Baroness. En route
from the raising grounds in Okla
homa to the racing grounds in Flor
ida, the Ferrells let the dogs out
to run one morning. A cat walked
by. Not a single pup raised a
whoop, moved a step. They were
ready to sell for fifty bucks. But
all six dogs started at Biscayne in
Miami early in the Spring, and
four of them registered wins. Twc
were maidens when the Morehead
City season opened, meaning they
had not won a race.
Today the Morehead City dog
track fans look eagerly at the pro
gram for one of these names
Easy Whirl, seven times in the
money in eight races; Dream's
Price, four times of nine; Gay Gift,
four times of nine; and Breeze
mont, five times of 11. The other
two dogs are Hill Queen and Ka
To top a'l this, the Ferrell ken
nels have Three Dots, the Inaugu
ral Cup winner at the Morehead
City track and always a favorite in
the featured races here.
SeDtember 13 and 14
and Lori Nelson Cartoons
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NASCAR Sanction Modified
STOCK CAR RACES
Goldsboro Speedway Inc.
FOLLOW HIGHWAY 70 EAST
WATCH SIGNS FOR DIRECTIONS
Saturday Night July 26th
Time Trials 7:30 P. M. Heat Races 9 P. M.
..Among the many well-known drivers participating will be:.
The Nation's No. 4 Driver
L. Lt. thmokey) Smith
Concord, N. C.
and many other well-known drivers
too numerous to mention.
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ROSE HILL, N. C.
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O Vnr the "SDNS CIV REST"
An Organization Oljanized By E. ROYLE of WRRZ in Clinton. f
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1st and 2nd Racaa
2nd to 10th Races
RAIN Oil CLEAR-EXCtH SUNDAYS
... The fastest dogs in the
vrorld competing in thrill
ing race programs. Come
out tonite in the) cool of tha
evening and enjoVourselfl
'ACRES OF FREE' PARKING!
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Monroe, N. C.
Midland, N. C.
and "DAUGHTERS OF EASE".
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