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WAYNESVILLE MOUNT AINEEIt
Monday Afternoon, August It n- i
Rotarians Told Conditions
In England 'Not So Good'
' "The people of England w ish
Winston Churchill were five years
jDunfer," Dr. Gordon Rupp. of
London told Rotarians here Friday.
Notice Of Tax Sale ;
Notice is hereby given that pur-'
simnt to law. and under orders of ;
the Board of Aldermen of the!
Town of Hazelwood. the under--'
signed, Gene Wyatt. Tax Collector;
for the Town of Hazelwood,' will i
offer" for sale to the highest bid-!
der' for cash, at the Courthouse '
dooi' in Waynesville, on Seplem-j
lier ll, 1950, at 10:00 a.m. and con-j
turning thereafter, until all procr-1
ty is sold to satisfy the taxes levied
against the property of the prop-j
erty owners as hereinafter de-i
scribed, which taxes were levied
for the year 1949 by the Town of1
Hazelwood, hereinafter designated
in the name of the owners and de
scriptions of the property as fol
lows: Cable, Charlie, 1 lot $ 8 38
Cable Garage, 1 lot 68.51
Cable, Lulu. 1 lot 22 84
Cochran, Dewey, 1 lot 15.47
Conard, Arthur, I lot . 2.80
Cenard, Hufus, 1 lot 15.43
Cur,tis. Jess. 1 lot 21.20
l.t, Mrs, John. 1 lot 28 IT
Grtjen, David. 1 lot .77
C.ieen. Joan, 1 lot 1.15
Hall, S. H., 1 lot 15.23
Hyatt, K. J.. Estate. 1 lot . 252.82
llyjjtt, W. H.. 1 lot 69 .51
Ki.hr. Mrs. Joseph. 1 lot 11 .43
KeUy. Arthur. 1 lot 19 94
Loyedahl. Richard, 1 lot 10.90
Mufcus, Clvde M.. 1 lot 30.45
Maisie, Maggie, 1 lot. 18.27
Mihaffey, Dock J., 1 lot 18.13
Miiiu, Rufus, 1 lot 4 .05
Mody, H. B., 1 lot . Hi 75
Mopre, Annie Mae, 1 lot .77
Moore, Homer; 1 lot 7.70
Moire, Sewell. 1 lot 7.8(i
Morgan. Ellis. 1 lot 7.01
Myfrs, D. A., 1 lol 15 23
Mcelroy, Louise, 1 lot 9.90
KMnehait, Tom. 1 lot 4 13
Huff, Kenneth Earl, 1 lot 1780
Seajtes, Mrs. R. M., 1 lot 32.03
Swjmn, Mrs. Wallace. 1 lol 15.23
Tonsend, Kenneth C, 1 lot 4.94
Underwood, Welch &. 1 lot 24.30
Wlite, Hugh. 1 lot 3 05
Winchester, D. A.. 1 lot 7.73
Wojid, Frank E., 1 lot 6.811
Wytttt, James, 1 lot 1.22
235 Attend Field
Day At E. Pigeon
The inter-community field day
in Eat Pigeon last week attracted
295 men. women, and children of
the host community and the White
Oak community, which was the
The count made after dinner
showed 89 visitors from White Oak
i;tid 2iKi from East Pigeon attend
ing .he '-vent.
The visitors and hontn went on
a farm tour of East Pigeon during
the morning, stopping at several
places to see outstanding pasture,
and crops of corn, tobacco, and hay
Another point of interest was
the Mt. Zion Church, which the
people of East pigeon recently re
modelled. Lunch was served at the Bethel
School In picnic style, then hosts
and guest competed in the recrea-
; Tax Collector,
Town of Hazelwood.
The college professor, and preach
er, talked briefly on the conditions
in England today, hut prefaced his
, remarks, that perhaps the people
i in America had as good an under
1 standing as those living on the
i "We are so concerned about get
ling a little more butter, sugar, fats
and other scarce articles of food,
that we often overlook some para
mount political issues which hap
pen rigid al our elbow," he said.
The speaker said the average
doctor did nut like the socialized
medicine syslem in England, and
thai he personally was paying nine
shillings weekly in the form of
taxes, but had not used any of the
sen ices ollcrcd by socialized medi
cine. In his opinion, there were
sonic parts of (lie welfare state
program worth continuing, and
others which should be stopped,
lie said that six months nun the
English people were told drastic
changes would have to be made, as
the country was broke. "America
has kept us up, and during the past
m months we have not heard any
more about (lie situation. We just
l)i. Hupp is here on the Lake
I .liiualuska program, and was intro-
I duced by Dr. Frank S. Love, super-
I internu m of the Luke.
Two of the 4-1 1 Club boys from
I Iowa, and 38 other visitors attend-
1 cd the club.
Starts Wednesday at Strand
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Randolph Scott starring in "Belle Starr " the daring, amazing, ro
mantic exploits of the bandit queen, coming to the Strand The
ater Tuesday and Wednesday.
WNC Authors To
Be Here Friday
Writer John Parris and Col.
Kermlt Hunter, author of the
Cherokee Drama, "Unto These
Hills." will appear here at 3:30 P.
M. Thursday for the weekly book
talk at the Waynesville Presbyter
Appearing with them will be
Harry Davis, director of the drama.
The talks are being held under
the auspielea of the Haywood
County Library and the Waynes
ville Woman's club.
These sessions are held for the
entertainment of both local resi
dents and summer visitors.
After the talks, a social hour
will be held, with refreshments,
Mr. Parris, a native of Sylva.
saw service with the United
Press's London Bureau during
World War II, then with the As
sociated Press bureau at the same
Following the war, he covered
the United Nations sessions for the
Al including the San Francisco
Conference, where the International-organization
for world peace was
He obtained a leave of absence
from the Associated Press in 1947
to work on a historical novel.
His hook Include "Springboard
To Berlin," and "Deadline Delay
ed," which he wrote in collabora
tion with another writer: and "The
Cherokee Story." and "A Treasury
of Southern Folklore."
WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY THE BEST PICTURES IN COMFORT
SEATED IN LUXURIOUS BODIFORM UPHOLSTERED SEATS.
MATINEES SUNDAY. 2 & 4 P. M.
WEDNESDAY 3 P. M FRIDAY 3 P. M.
i SATURDAY CONTINUOUS FROM 11 A. M.
NICUT SHOWS SUNDAY !) P. M., WEEK DAYS 7 P. M. 4 9 P. M.
j MONDAY & TUESDAY, AUG 14-15
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Plans for "a cancer research unit
at the University of North Caro
lina were approved last week by
the state Advisory Budget Commis
sion. The special unit would be op
erated In connection with the Uni
versity's new teaching hospital,
which Is now under construction.,
East Pigeon won the horse-shoe
pitching for men over 30, the men's
egg throw, family relay, tug-o-war,
both softball games, and the family
The visitors took honors in the
horse-shoe pitching for girls un
der 30, blind-fold race, and the eat
Miss Corn well
Miss Mary Cornwall, Haywood
County home demonstration agent,
has announced the schedule of
meetings for home demonstration
clubs for August as follows:
August 15th. Tuesday. Wavnes-
ville Homemaker's, 7:00 o'clock. !
picnic. Will Ratcliffe Grounds.
August 21st, Monday, Rogers
Cove, Mrs; Carey McCracken. 7:00
o clock. Family Picnic.
August 22nd. Tuesday, Clyde-
Tour of Vanderbllt F.states.
August 23rd. Wednesday, Bethel
Lamp Workshop, Mrs. Hugh Ter
rell, 10:00 o'clock.
August 23rd, Wednesday, Rat
cliffe Cove Will Ratcliffe Picnic
Grounds, Family picnic. 7:00
August 24th. Thursday. Maggie
Mrs. Dave Plott. 11:00 o'clock, Pic
nicWd Lamp Workshop.
August 25th, Friday. Junaluska
Mrs. Will Medford, 11:00 o'clock,
August 25th, Friday, Crabtree
Hyder Mt. -Finchers Chapel base
ment. Family picnic, 7:00 o'clock.
August 211th, Monday, Upper
Crabtree Mrs. Cassius Rogers,
picnic lunch, Aluminum Tray
Workshop. 9:00 o'clock. ;
August 28th, Monday. Saunook
Mrs. James McClure, 7:00 o'clock,
August 29th, Tuesday, South
Clyde Mrs. Rob't Lindsay, 9:30
o'clock. Lamp Workshop, picnic.
August 30th, Wednesday, Cecil
Mrs. Coy Pressley, 9:30 o'clock,
Aluminum Tray Workshop. r u... .
August 30th, Wednesday, Fran
cis Cove Family picnic, 6:30
o'clock, Mrs. M. G. Head.
August, 31st, Thursday, West
Canton Mrs. Earl Poe, 10:30
o'clock. Club picnic.
August 31st. Thursday. McKini
nion Family Picnic. 6:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Robert Atkinson, Mrs. Moody
400 Years Of Properties
Handled By Young Couple
For Players In Drama
George and Doris McKinney. two cearinJ ,he previous set and re
young people of Forsythe County, rties in their spe
have earned wide recognition this ; storage place.
summer for their work on the tech- .,i;r,nini
nical staff of Kermit HuiUer s The 'present flawless
Cherokee drama. "Unto These vt the backstage area is nionu
Hilla," which during its first four nunt to the patience and skill of
weeks has been sn by nearly the stage manager and the master
40,000 people fmm 43 states and of . properties, who
eight foreign countries. r " fc3T The
Both George and his wife are ; eousiy m ine uai i"
natives of Walkertown. George be-show moving.
Ing the son of Rev. and Mr C. M j Four weeks of hard work were
Mc Kinney. He serves as master of J rtquired during June to gather
properties for the Drama, while , the mass of properties for the pro
DorU U an Important member jf auction. From the implements and
the costume and makeup depart- j utensils and foodstuffs used In the
menL Harry Da via, director of the ; 1540 opening scene, including
show, has commended the com- weapons and equipment for the
petence and skill of these two tech- j soldiers of DeSoto, McKinney had
niclana, while the great crowds j t0 move on to the famous Battle of
that have filled the Mountainside : Horseshoe Bend during the War
Theatre night after night have had of 1812. where a completely differ
audible and highest praise for the ; ent set of properties was required,
colorful costuming and authentic especially firearms, maps, Indian
properties of the exciting produc-' Implements, doctor's equipment,
tion. and other numerous items.
George graduated at Jamestown j The scenes vary bewecn the In
High School and then enrolled 1 dian country and the White House
at the University In Chapel Hill, ; n Washington, Including a coun
where he has received a bachelor's try store with its measuring scales
degree in dramatic art and Is now and barroom supplies, and coun
working toward a master's degree. cil of chiefs with a ceremonial
Doris McKinney is a product of ! block, tomahawk, and wampum, all
Walkertown High School. necessarily authentic to the last
Her husband was master of detail. AU these items must be so
properties for The Lot Colony . arranged and placed that they can
last season, and his wide expert- be grabbed quickly by actors, after
ence has been an important factor i quick changes, when they hurry
In gathering and handling the from one scene to another. Since
prodigious list of properties for' much of the action depends upon
the Cherokee Drama, w here do-"' the presence of these properties,
ens of Indian instruments of all ! the slishtest misplacing or absence
kinds are used by each of the? of a piece of property causes a
many players, all the way from In- complete confusion and a delay,
dian gourd-rattles, bows and ar- Mrs. McKinney 's part in the
rowa, spears, and tomahawks to j costuming of the show dates back
the numberless items of equipment !to early June, when work began
for the fifteen scenes of the Drama. 1 in earnest on the 200 costumes for
Sometimes it consists of a scrap the play. Suzanne Davis, the cos
of paper, or a large map. or a knife tunur. arrived in Cherokee May 1
for whittling. Again the proper-! to begin work with students at the
ties list for a scene will require Indian School, and on June 5 was
money such as was usd in 1838, joined by her staff of eight people,
or the proper firearms for the War including Mrs. McKinney, to com
of lCi2 and the master of proper- plete the long and painstaking task
i tics must be ready always in the oi titting individual costumes to
wings with a pistol and blank cart-; every character in the play in all
ridges to fire shots when the action of its fifteen scenes. Now that the
of the drama requires it. j costumes are completed, the task
The operation of the backstage continues in the laundry, where
area of the drama is a show in it-! repairing, washing, ironing, and
self. j sewing continue day by day.
Two large banks of properties;
have been set up. one at each end ;
of the 80-foot center stage. With
the traffic problem of crowds of
people going in and out in the dark
now worked out to a smoothly
operating system, McKinnty and
his crew of property technicians
must work through and anions the
h TVio Prrrk Wednesdav and Tu... I
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j 1 j.:iim i ir in i
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Kay MillanJ aid Rotalind Russell vie for top comtdy U
ia this aceae froot JlatWarioua comedy "A Woau, (
Justice To Play
Pro A Little
Charlie Justice, North Carolina's
legendary tailback, will go play pro
football, says the Washington (D.
It will be a part-time business
in a minor league, the newspaper
The Washington sheet says Char
lie has agreed to play for the Rich
mond (Va.) Rebels in just their
six home games for a salary of
$10,000, This nifty arrangement
would permit Charlie to keep his
SO.OOO-a-year University of North
Carolina Medical Foundation Job
and draw fans in large numbers to
Refuses To Quit
niet state Prison? SUpe-l
v. u. oawyer says tiallv "i
ing on." He referred to a
Prison Director II. h. iW
latest request for him to
job. Honeycutt wrote hi. fi-
quest for Sawyer's resie.natim
this month. After Sawyer di
the reiterated request i2r
1- Tt.. i . ,
ween, noneycuu declared: "A
as I m concerned, this is thet
it." It will be uu to the ne n.
director. John M, Cold, h(
lake office this week.
Use Want Ads for quick rv
Matinee Every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:30
Two Shows Daily Monday through Friday 7 4 9 P.M.
Saturday: Continuous Showings from 11 A.M.
Sunday: 3 Shows, 2, 4 and 9:00 M.
TODAY and TUESDAY, AUG. 14 13
Artists To Appear
! At Blowing Rock
' Four outstanding artists will ap-
pear at Blow ing Rock this week
end. The program starting Friday
j night features Soprano Genevieve
; Row. Contralto Helen Olhelm.
Baritone John Baker, and Tenor
1 Ernest McChesnev.
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ROSALIND RUSSELL & RAY MILLAND
Corj rigM INT if Ul Advrti.in( CV
N. C. Sheriffs
Mecklenburg County Sheriff J.
Clvde Hunter heads the North
players to prepare the stage fcr; Carolina Sheriffs Association. He
the' coming scene, have properties was elected at the Association's
ready for the oncoming players as annual convention in Morehead
they pass by to take their pe)sl- c:ity last week to succeed Wayne
lions in the dark, at the same time ( sheriff Paul Garrison.
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