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By A Brady Called J. P.
Some timely observation;; on
housekeeping, compiled by the
writer during a wpek's bachelor
hood while his family was out
Frying bacon can be a very
hazardous task without a pa
An average sink will hold two
and a half sets of dirty dishes. I
$200 PER WEEK
CAN YOU QUALIFY?
We are not kidding about the above earnings, nor do
we want you to take our word tor it. You are more
than welcome to talk with our salesmen who are
making this amount of money right now. Come out
with them for a day and watch while they put
commissions of $50 or more in their own pockets.
If this doesn't convince you, nothing will.
I will hire three salesmen this week. These men will
have the following qualifications:
(1) Ability and willingness to work hard.
(2) Preferably between the ages of 21 and 45.
(3) Own a late model car.
(4) Willingness to learn.
Those selected will be trained thoroughly in the basic
fundamentals of salesmanship. Qualified prospects
are furnished daily. Accumulative bonus is paid
semi-annually. In many instances the annual in
come from bonus checks alone is as much as the
average man earns during the course of a year.
If you are dissatisfied with your present income or
position, this legitimate top-flight proposition merits
your sincere consideration. Personal interviews only.
If our offer is not worth a personal visit and a
half-hour of your time, you are not the man we
want. If it is, this may well be one of the important
decisions of your life.
FOR APPOINTMENT: Write Billy E. Bryant, Box 5273,
Biltmore, N. C., giving these details: Age, occupa
tion, make and year of car.
A dish towel carefully spread
can hide two and a half sets of
dirty dishes In the sink.
Two and a half sets of dishes,
Judiciously used at meals, will
last approximately three days.
A paper plate has a tendency
to become limp if used more
Egg hardened In a plate
loosens quickly under the lick
of a hungry Irish Setter.
A ring in the bathtub is no
blacker after the fifth bath
than the first.
Spilled sugar draws ants and
becomes crunchy under foot.
Frozen strawberries do not
defrost satisfactorily in the
Stale bread is edible if first
For A-l Work at
W. G. HALL
dunked in coffee.
The chance of strangling on
bread In coffee Is reduced by
straining through the teeth
Socks may be worn longer If
allowed to air properly. They
may be classified as Clean,
Clean Dirty (2 days worn),
Clean Dirty. Clean (3 days, with
one day of airing), and Dirty,
Clean, Dirty (recognized by
their ability to stand upright
at the bedside.)
An unmade bed sleeps Just as
comfortably as one freshly
Summing Up: Wives, If prop
erly trained, can be very handy
things to have around the
Barber J. Paul Vinson and
his son, Dennis, won the fath
er-son relay race at the Fourth
of July celebration last week.
Their prizes? Haircuts at
I struck up a conversation
with a tourist and his family
one day last week. I was flab
bergasted when he said:
"A fellow In a filling station
told us there Isn't anything to
do around here . . . said for
us to go over to Cherokee and
I got over my surprise and be
gan talking the man out of
leaving Macon County. I whip
SPECIALIZING IN LOCAL GEMS
Archie M. Jellen
Next to the Bank in Highlands, N. C.
Free Inspection of all your Uncut Gems Mined
Cowee Rubies and Sapphires
ped out my samples ol Cowee
Valley rubles and gave him the
spiel on digging for gems. I
described In glowing terms the
"loop scenic drives" through
Highlands and over into Nanta
hal^. I insisted he and his fam
ily drive immediately up to
Wayah Bald to see the beauty
of flame azalea and mountain
laurel. And I even got a road
map and chalked out the high
ways to these attractions.
I convinced him that maybe
Macon County did have some
thing to offer and he and his
family voted against Cherokee
and checked Into a local motel.
Their agenda the next day
included digging for rubles at
Cowee, a drive up Wayah Bald,
and a trip to Highlands with
stops at Dry Falls and Bridal
A couple of days later, as I
started to cross the street, this
tourist and his family called to
me from their parked car.
Fortunately I recognized them
and dispensed a little hospital
"Buddy," the man said, "X
want you to look at this." He
pulled a little vial of rubies and
other stones from his pocket
and poured them into my palm.
There were some fair size rub
ies in the bunch.
"Never had so much fun in
my life," he declared, as his
family backed up the statement
with grins, "I've added 10 years
to my life, too, just getting
away from it all."
His eyes brightened as he de
scribed what a "city fellow"
(Baltimore) thought about
Wayah Bald's breathtaking
stand of azalea and laurel.
"And that Wayah Valley," he
continued, "how I'd like to have
a place out there!"
So, again I'd like to ask the
"Who says we don't have
anything here to do or see?"
Our filling station operators
could do the whole county a
great service by taking just a
little time to interest tourists
? 6-Pcmenger 4-Door Riviera ,
so why miss the fun?
(It's a great time to buy a Buick!)
In all truth ? when would be a better time to buy
9 your new Buick than right now?
When else could you drive home a better bargain? with
your present car now worth more than it ever will be
.in ? and while Buick prices are within easier reach
ot more people than ever before?
And when else will there be better weather? more hours
in the day? more places to go? more sports in season?
So you get the most good, and the most car right now
a?>V" in a new Buick .. .
Because the new Buick you boss today is far and away
the best Buick yet . . .
Because it's styled to the minute? rides like a dream ?
has all the boundless power of a big 322-cubic-inch V8
engine that revels in running . . .
And above all, because it has Variable Pitch Dynaflow*
to perform its pace-making magic with a smoothness
matched nowhere else on wheels.
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oo why waste time r -\
Come see what wonderful sense it makes to buy in July
?and what a whale of a deal we can make you right now.
* New Advanced Variable Pitch Dynaflow is the only Dynaflow Buick ,.'~i
builds today. It is standard on Roadmaster, Super and Century-optional
at modest extra cost on the Special.
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WHIN UTTIR AUTOMOIIKS All Wilt MICK WIU Mil? TXtM
Macon Motor Company, Inc.
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In things to do and see here.
These stations could be small
chambers of commerce.
They reach the tourists first.
The Impression they make on
them can mean the difference
between an automobile of va
cationers driving out of the
county or one staying to en
Joy beautiful Macon County.
Picnic Area Popular;
Improvements In Home
By MISS MARIE JENNINGS
The main topics of discussion
at the July 3 meeting of the Cul
lasaja Rural Community Develop
ment Organization were work
plans for projects and further im
provements at the picnic area.
It was called to the attention
of the members that the picnic
area is very popular this season
and it is seldom the tables are
not in use.
The sign post project is pro
gressing slowly, but the men plan
to work again on Saturday, July
In home improvement and home
beautification work, quite a lot
of progress has been reported.
Pritchard Russell has remodeled j
his kitchen, Mr. and Mis. Elmer I
McCall and Mr. and Mrs. Sid ]
Carter have built new homes.
Casper Williams has had his drive
way blacktopped. the dormitories
have been painted and a bath
house with facilities for eight has
been built at the Assemblies of
God camp, ground, Tom Bryson
has installed a new foundation
under his living room, Henderson
LeQuire has a new flock of 1,000
birds, and Roy Stiwlnter a flock
A. S. C. Issuing
Crop Seed Orders
Purchase orders for cover crop
seeds are now being issued by the
county A. S. C. office.
Seeds include crimson clover,
hairy vetch, annual rye grass, rye,
oats, barley, and wheat.
Local fanners may receive feder
al cost-sharing on the above even
though they have taken their al
lowance for spring, according to
the office manager. Misa Mildred
Tickets are also being issued to
TV A ammonium nitrate, she said.
Farmers are eligible to receive am
monium nitrate even if they are
not participating in the Agricul
tural Conservation Program. Every
farmer can receive up to four tons,
per farm, provided the nitrate is
used for small grains and annual
grass and legumes. Miss Corbin
said it is "definitely not for corn."
2 Local Men Processed
By Recruiting Station
An enlistment and a re-enlist
ment have been announced by
the local U. S. Navy Recruiting
Johnny "C" Dills, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Austin Dills, of Franklin.
Route 1, is now undergoing nine
weeks of recruit training at the
U. S. Naval Training Center at
Great Lakes, 111.
Paul Francis Scott, veteran of
seven and a half year's service,
re-enlisted for another four-year
hitch. Son of Claude Owen Scott,
of Franklin, Route S. he has been
transferred for assignment to the
Commander Service Forces, At
lantic Fleet, Charleston, S, C.
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