the Eagle Crest Aerodrome.
In those days, the "big guns" were rotary-arm hurlers and giant metal slingshots. None of the compressed-air canons that they use today.
In those days, there were some "special" chunkers. Here, for example, is the famous "illegal mortar" chunker which made a few appearances. And there was a pilot who flew over several times, heaving pumpkins out of the cockpit.
These are photos from an old desk drawer I've started sorting through. I've been scanning a few and adding them to an archives set.