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Will Be Shown
At Long's Chapel
A film entitled "A Study In
Sari and Sal war" will be ahown at
Long'* Chapel Methodlat Church
Sunday night at 7:S0 o'clock.
Thl* Ala. describing the dsn
uers of Communiam in India and
Pakistan, will be shown by Mrs
Walface Ward. The program is In
connection with the second session
of the Church School of Missions.
The program will also Include a
devotional led by R. H. Terrell.
The pastor, the Rev. Don Payne,
will conclude the service, telling
something of the work of the
Methodist Church in Pakistan.
G.O.P. Of W.N.C.
To Hoar Corbett
Congressman Robert J. Corbett
of Pennsylvania, will be the prin
cipal speaker at the annual Lin
coln Day dinner for Western North
Carolina to be held in the George
Vanderkllt Hotel, Asheville, Satur
day at 7 p.m. ,1
Corbett la completing his fifth
term in the V? S. House of Repre
sentatives. He was the youngest
Republican Member of Congress
when elected, and was the only
Republican elected from the old
30th Congressional District from
1932 to 1932.
Republicans from throughout
Western North Carolina are ex
pected to attend the annual din
ner. sponsored by the Senior and
Young Republican clubs of Bun-'
News Of WTHS
Barbara Griffith and Dorothy Gratify
If you happened to be anywhere
around WTH3 thli week you would
have noticed thoae proudly worn
jackets some of the aenlor football
boy* are wearing.
Eight aenior boy* hava received
theae jacket* and they certainly did
deserve them. To be eligible for
one. a player muit receive a letter
Boys who received their jacket*
were: Jimmy Gaddis, Harold Clark.
Donald Jordan, David Kelly, J. W.
Stevens, Joel Medford, Richard
Messer, Tony Davis, and David
Hannah, who la manager for all
The members of the Monogram
Club have worked hard to obtain
these jackets and are to be com
mended for their excellent show
ing in the sports department of
Before Christmas, all the senior
girls at WTHS took part In the
Betty Crocker "llomemakers of
Tomorrow" contest. This Is a na
tionwide contest for all senior girls.
We were lucky In having a member
of our class win. The fortunate girl
who won this prize was Sonja
Snyder, who received a beautiful
gold pin with the word* "Home
maker of Tomorrow" on the back.
She alio has a chance to try for
the state contest.
Best of luck. Son]a.
There certainly was a hlg treat
for WTHS students Tuesday In
Chapel. A short comedy. "Polly
Put the Kettle On." was presented
by several members of Miss
Mozeloy's tth grade room. As usu
al those Junioh High students real
ly gave an excellent performance
and kept the student body enter
tained. Those participating in the
play were: Ann Dulin, Peggy Gill,
Dorothy Burress. Margaret Fowler.
Beth Chambers. Sarah Cobb. Caro
lyn Davis, Phillip Chase and Eddie
Well, it looks like some WTHS
students have really taken ad
vantage of Leap year. Just recent
ly some girls had "twerp" week.
One night during that week the
girls asked the boys for dates,
called for the boys, and even en
tertained them at Charlie's Place.
The girls, of course, furnished the
cars also. This was really lots of
fun, but. personally, we believe
nthat the girls had much rather let
WB 0* 0* ?? ??? II ,he bovs continue with their
Jj bllfal ^ j|| tradition. What do you think, girls?
The WTHS octet has done it
_ gm _ mm ^ again. Last Sunday the octet sang
Mk I I JL |C ^L1 at the First Baptist Church, pre
IJI Mm I mil n ? ?n ? # senting a special number. "I Walk
W With God? ThJs of course, was
only one of their many perform
S. W. Whidden
RESIDENT DISTRIBUTOR wS?
fob birthday party. A large crowd was
present. Inluding several of last
WayneHville ? Hazelwood and Vicinity I year's WTHS students who were
home from college.
Serving the area from Clyde to Balsam
Metered Truck Delivery Balsam Church Plans
Office Plant Located on Sulphur Springs Road Singing Program
There will be a singing at the
Night Phone GL 6-5750 S^SSS *S3Wl~!l
All singers are asked to par
achate the is
Visit In Lower
By PATRICIA ANN MESSER
| CwmuMy bpMto,
I About 23 farmer* from Madison
County spent lost Thursday look.
?' different types of silos in
Robert Ferguson Is now home
after spending several weeks in
the Haywood County Hospital. Mr
erguson suffered a heart attack
hoIrtuTV N0U"d * P,tl'nt at ?
Mr. and Mrs Bobby Ferguson
SHer ^!Urntd '? their hom* in
Her City after spending a week
?Hh relatives here.
Mr and Mrs. Louis McCrieir.n
-nd daughter. Debbie, JE'S
Ion. Texas, have been visiting Mr
and Mrs. Claud MeCracken.
Sa2iT^*nI*r- rtturned to
Sanford. Florida where he is em
Ployed tn construction work.
Mr and Mrs. Jack Sanford have
?noved in the Kate Sanford bouse
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Condi 11
2 aS. in '"r v,r* <
Howard Mcsser and son William
Mr. and Mrs Willi,* Smith have
?ve MS'""* ttU>,r kltchen a"d
j ave added new built-in cabinets
aTee^,r^e"r,.ardmded ? Suffo,k
about 73 lambs on their Urn1""
Canton Executive Hurt
During Inspection Fall
Roy H. patton. executive secre
tary of the Canton Building &
a AtS?CitUOn W*? in
!?? I *h,le look'n8 over property
t anton Tuesday morning. He
was accompanied by two other di
?* the Association.
The fall occurred when he step
hU heli? the sub"floor and struck
his head on a cross timber which
threw him backward.
to Memorial Mis
Ho*Plt?l in Ashoviile, where
his condition was reported as
This Dessert Is In The Pink
PLUM PRETTY GELATIN DESSERT for Valentine's Day.
By CEClLy BROWNSTONE
AmcIiM Pro Food Editor
A BOS* r:::* FLUFF of a des
sert is appropriate for Valentine
Day?and delicious all the year
round. We made this airy sweet of
red fruit-flavored gelatin and can
ned purple-red plums. Served in
individual dishes or in molded
shapes, it's pretty as can be.
One must about this dessert:
we think it tastes best accompanied
by a custard sauce. The sauce may
be made from scratch, following a
standard recipe, or it may be turn
ed out in double-quick time from
a packaged pudding-and-pie-flliing
To serve with this gelatin des
sert, you might bake some sugar
cookies, cutting them heart-shaped
and jumbo-sized. Tint frosting for
the cookies pink: put it in pastry
tube and write "Be My Valentine'
across each cookie.
Here are the recipes for the
fluffy pink dessert and the jigtime
Ingredients: 1 package fruit-fla
vored gelatin (any red colorl, 1
cup very hot water, 1 cup canned
plum juice, 2 egg whites, 1 cup
chopped drained canned purple
Method: Dissolve the gelatin in
the v^ry hot water. Stir in plum
Juice."" Chill until slightly thick
ened. Then place over bowl of ice
and cold water; add egg whites:
whip with rotary egg beater (elec
tric or hand! until fluffy, thick, and
volume has tripled. Fold in chopped
plums Sooon into individual molds
or pile lightly in sherbet glasses.
Chill until firm Serve with custard
sauce. Makes 10 servings.
Plum Snow Parfait: To make this
variaiton of Plum Snow. - prepare
the recipe above omitting one egg
white. Spoon half of the dissolved
gelatin into parfait glasses. Chill
until Arm. Chill remaining gelatin
until slightly thickened. Add one
egg whte and whip as directed.
Fold in chopped plums and pile
lightly on firm geUtln. Chill un
til firm. Makes 6 to 8 servings. X
QUICK CUSTARD SAUCE
Ingredients: 1 * package (Sti
ounces) vanilla pudding - and - pie -
filling mix. 3 cups milk.
Method: Put pudding mix in
sajce pan: gradually add milk stir
ring well so mixture will be
smooth. Cook and stir over moder
ate heat until mixture comes to a
full boil. Remove from heat. Cool,
covered: or stir often while cool
ing. Chill if desired. Makes
cups sauce?ample for 10 servings
of Plum Snow.
TIPS FROM CUPID S KITCHEN
Here's another idea for a Val
entine dessert. With a paper pat
tern or a special cutter, cut hearts
from a sheet of white cake made
?from scratch or a mix. Cover each
cake heart with a plain white but
ter frosting. At serving time, top
the individual servngs of cake with
hearts cut out of red fruit-flavored
gelatin. Pour the gelatin, made ac
cording to package directions, into
a shallow pan to set so it will be
easy to make hearts from it.
Bake a white cake (made from
scratch or from a mix) in three
round layers; tint the batter for one
[layer pink before baking. Put Jhe
feyers together with whipped
cream. Cover the whole cake with
a pink jelly frosting. Or frost the
top and sides of cake with whip
ped cream and then cover the
cream with coconut tinted pink.
Mold regular Spanish cream in
individual heart-shaped molds.
Serve with a red cherry sauce.
Use a can of cherries for the sauce
and thicken with cornstarch;: add
a little almond flavoring if you
Blue Demon Tales
Dr. W. D. Wweathorford, vice
chairman of the board of trustees
of Berea College, in Kentucny
spoke to the students and faculty
members of Bethel High School on
He spoke to us about the need
of a higher education, the oppor
tunities and advantages which can
be gained out of a college educa
He was not recruiting students
for Berea. but to stress the im
portance of an education among
mountain people. Berea College
feels an obligation to influence as
many mountain youth as possible
to obtain more education.
Following is a list of students
and faculty who are attending or
who have attended Berea:
Present or former students at
Berea?Doris Hyatt. Pauline Shep
herd. Norma Jean Sheffield.
Jimmie McLemore and Bessie
Bethel students who have grad
uated?Don Reece. Eugene McLe
more, toayne Grogan, Delores
York, Annie Queen. Margaret
Teachers ? Miss Leatherwood.
Miss Buekner, Mr. and Mrs. Nix,
and Mrs. Calhoun, former teacher.
Clyde Man Bound
Marvin Dennis Jones, Clyde,
was bound over to the July term of
court unde< $500 bond on charges
of driving drunk, following an ac
cident on the Ratcliffe Cove road
about 3:15 last Monday.
Patrolman W. R. Wooten. the
investigating officer, said Jones,
driving a 1950 Pontiac, went
around a sharp curve too fast, left
the road, lost control of the car,
and rammed 'a 1952 Jeep, driven
by Joe Turner Gaddy, against the
opposite bank Gaddy complained
of a hurt hip, the officer said.
The Jeep was damaged about
$75 and the Pontiac about $250. ?
Over the past 50 years the num
ber of persons 65 and older in
creased almost 500 per cent ?
from 3.1 million in 1900 to 14.1
million by July, 1955.
Of Plains Church
By MRS. MARK SWAIM
The Woman'* Society of Chris
tian Service of Plains Methodist
Church held its regular meeting
Thursday night. Mrs. G. H. Hipps,
Mrs. Goble McCracken and Mrs
Wilson Trantham were in charge
of the program which was on
Women and Workers. Others tak
ing part were Mrs. Tom Hipps,
Mrs. Prank Morris, and Mrs. Mark
Mrs. Hipps announced a study
course to be held at the Clyde
Methodist Church February 14, 18,
21, and 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Russell
and children, of Black Mountain,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Howard Joy and two chil
dren. Freddie and Timothy, of Nor
folk, Va.. are visiting the former's
mother, Mrs. Daisy Mann. Mr.
Joy, who is serving in the Navy,
is on sea duty, f
Mrs. Will Hipps is visiting her
daughter in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Smith have
returned from fa visit with their
daughter, Mrs. Roy Duckett in
Lavonia Ga. They also visited
To Have Sewing
Machine Contest ?
Campbell's Sewing Machine
Shop, 289 Main St., Waynesvllle,
announced today that H. P. Mc
Carroll. Jonathan H. Woody, and
Fred Campbell have been named
to judge the entries in a Domes
tic sewing machine eontest to be
held next week.
Open to the residents of Hay
wood County. Campbell's sewing
machine contest will give every
member of the family an equal
chance at winning a new Model
429-679 Domestic rotary sewing
The contest requires no special
knowledge and skill, and there are
no essays to write. Besides the
grand prize of the new Domestic
sewing machine, many valuable
merchandise certificates will be
Complete details on this contest
will appear in Monday's issue of
In manufacturing, the number
of persons who voluntarily quit
their jobs each month runs more
than 2 per cent of the labor force,
says the National Assn. of Manu
relatives in Atlanta and Marietta.
Mr and Mrs. Will Cole had as
guests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
Carroll Gorman of Asheville and
Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Holbrook of
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