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WHO SAYS MEN DONT LIKE LADIES' HATS?? During the annual
Preaidenta' Luncheon recently at Appalachian State Tjachen College,
Mra. E. G. Lackey'a pretty chapeau drew admiring glancei from (1-r)
Bob Allen, ASTC'a director of Foundation! and Public Relationa;
Gordon Winkler, State Senator; H. Cloyd Philpott, Lieutenant Gov
ernor of North Carolina; Mr. Lackey, iecretary-treaaurer of Pilot
Freight Carrier* and ASTC trustee; and W. Ralph Winkler, ASTC
Zionville News Notes
Muter Gene Keece is a patient
at Cannon Memorial Hospital, Ban
ner Elk, where be ii Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Combs an
nounce tbe birth of a son, Ernest
Lynn, June 19, at Cannon Me
morial Hospital. Mrs. Combs and
son returned to tbe home of her
mother, Mrs. Everett May and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wlne
barger and family of Post Falls,
Idaho, are viaiting Mrs. Wiaebarg
er'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Icenhour, and other relatives..
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Greer from
Bristol, Va., visited Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Byers here and
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Swift at Sher
wood. Claud Greer from Newport
News, Va., spent a week with the
Byers and accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Swift to Washington, D. C.,
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mast and
family. They will also visit Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Greer in Fairfax,
Mr. and Mrs. Claud H. Triplett,
Elizabeth and Phillip, of North
Wllkesboro spent Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Triplett Mr.
and Mrs. Boice Triplett and family1
of Charlotte spent the week pnd.
Barry and Cynthia will apend a
month with their grandparenta.
Mr. and Mrs. John Widinger,
Mrs. Hazel Gates, Mrs. Judy Row
una ana aaugnier, uun uracc,
?11 of Detroit, Mich., (pent Sunday
night with Mr*. Maggie Norria and
will v'lait others in the county for
Mra. Alice Greer la spending a
Tew weeka at her home here. Her
children, Mr. and Mra. Marion
Greer of Willoughby, Ohio, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Campbell and family of
rhomaaville, and Mra. Mona Farth
ing of Mebane are Waiting her.
Miaa Jane Reece of Kinga Col
lege in Charlotte apent the week
end with her parenta, Mr. and
Mrs. Vaughn Reece.
Mr. and Mra. Erneat Eggera of
Kingaport, Tenn., visited laat week
with the Rev. and Mra. R. C. Egg
Mr. and Mra. Glenn Bodenham
er and Miaa Nancy Bodenhamer
of Rutherwood visited Mr. and
Mra. Charlea Wilson and Mr. and
Mra. Joe Wilaon laat week.
Mra. Hattie Wilaon apent Sun
lay with her daughter, Mra. Frank
Helceth, and Mr. Helceth.
Mr. and Mra. Raymond Wilaon
?nd son, Danny, of Boone, Mr. and
Mra. John Wagner and aon, Jeffery,
of Shouna, Tenn., viaited Sunday
with Mr. and Mra. Henry Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adama and
sona Gene and Wayne, of Cleve
land, Ohio, are viaiting Mr. and
Mra. Howard Greer.
H. M. INABINET
four Telephone Manager
WHEW! Good old summertimes he*e. And of all the
time and labor-saving devicei to keep your temperature
down and help you live better, few can compare with the
telephone. Might think about that next time the mercury
scoots up and you've got to run here and drive there and
do a dozen things. Just lift the receiver of your telephone
0 and take it e-e-a-syl
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PATIO PATTER ? Now you have that new patto just
like you want it ? floodlights, grill, outlet for stereo,
casual furniture and all. What could make it more com
plete? How about a patio telephone? That's the modern
way to live outdoors, with an extension phone so you
needn't run back into the house to make or take c j.
Wherever y^r patio is located, we can put a phone there,
either the portable or permanent type. In your choice of
pretty colors, too. The cost is small. Just call our Business
Office for more information.
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HI, JAMAICA! A new telephone cable between the l^.
and Jamaica is to be completed by the Bell System *y
1962. It will serve as a major artery in the oceanic
phone network planned for Caribbean and South Ameri
can points, and will handle up to 128 voice c^puits.
DON'T FORGET TO
STOP THE MILK be
fore you go on vacation.
Do remember to plan
ahead by Long Distance.
It'i a good idea to phone
in advance for reierva
tioni and make sure of ?
place to stay. And it's mighty nice to phone friend* along
the way. Of courte you'll want to call back home later
and check on how things are going. Let me remind you
alio that you can find vacation needs fast in the Yellow
Pages, everything from cameras, luggage and sports equip
ment to picnic supplies. (Have a swell vacation!
Miss Joann Winebarger spent
Monday night with Miss Dora
Deane Miller. Miss Miller will
enter Kings Business College in
Charlotte this week.
Miss Linda Gragg of Boone is
spending this week with Misses
Becky and Karen Wilson.
Air Force attempts to capture
DOLLAR A SCHOLAR
In the pooreft sections of Sai
gon, South Vietnam, most school
children own ope notebook in
which they do their lessons, then
erase the writing to use the pages
repeatedly. Every $1 school kit
subscribed (or Vietnam through
CARE, New York 16, N. Y? gives
one child enough writing supplies
for an entire semester.
NORTH CAROLINA M
STATE Of NOETO CAKOUNA
PctUiM It tfe* Claabag ?f Ap
palachian Street kdmn U. 8.
Highway Ne. Ml and Ucwt Street
THE I'NDEHSIGNED RE
SPECTFULLY SHOW8 TO THE
BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS OP
THE TOWN OF BOONE:
THAT WHEREAS, the Petition
er hu properties in the Town of
Boone known u Appalachian
State Teachers College; and
WHEREAS, aaid College is pre
paring to expand it* campus faci
lities by the construction of a new
science building to be located on
ihe preaent football field, directly
across from the present science
WHEREAS, the construction of
said new scienue building will re
quire the closing of a portion of
Appalachian Street; and
WHEREAS, the Town of Boone
approved on January 13, 1961 the
plan presented by the College toi
the location of the new science
building and the closing of a por
tion of Appalachian Street; and
WHEREAS the Petitioner is the
owner of all land abutting on Ap
palachian Street between U. S.
Highway No. 321 and Locust
WHEREAS, n <f person will be
deprived of reasonable means of
ingress or egress to his property
by the closing of Appalachian
Street between U. S. Highway No.
321 and Locust Street,
NOW, THEREFORE, the State
of North Carolina, as sole abutting
landowner, hereby petitions the
Town Commissioners of Boone to
close Appalachian Street between
U. S. Highway No. 321 and Locust
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
By W. H. Plemmons,
President Appalachian State
Teachers College 6-15-4c
Shepard suggests shorter astron
London ? Britikh imoker* were
told by the country** biggett manu
facturer that It ?as railing the
price another penny for a pack of
cigarette*. They are paying 87
The Imperial Tobacco Company,
which make* seven out of every
ten cigarette* smoked in lnum
alio announced an increase at be
tween 1 and 2 pennies an ounce
on pipe tobacco.
Incidentally, the British Govern
ment claim* 43 centi o I this for
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