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Joe Green of, Marshall is one of
. ew students enrolled last week
i Gardner-Webb College.
Green, who lives, on Route 2,
watered school at the beginning: of
tale second semester. He is a first
;ar college student.
Gsrdwr Webb has three other
isjjsents from Madison County, all
f whom are outstanding in athlet
ics t the Baptist college. These in
ocbwle James Johnson of Wialnut,
itmd Landon Deal and James Hucy
I2alner-Webb's 3a new students
Ousted enrollment for this year to
i-a all-time high of 470. This is an
iinann-ase of 61! over last year's 407
HMxI. It is 17 above the previous
FSsi of 453 set in 1950.
Mine North Carolina counties are
ra?oresentcd by the new students.
iHffbeen are from Cleveland, fivte
ismxa Rutherford, and three each
Jinan Burke, Gaston, and Forsyth.
Qhtndson, Madison, Lincoln, and
iSSmrty are also representefi, and
tJbb students are from South Caro
lina The school year will close with
uagnmencement exercises on May
SR. The only interruption prior to
(SfcsS will be spring holidays on
JBxrrh 14 through 18.
EMUVER RATHER YOUNG
' ISew York While an astonished
pwHeaman held the door open, Frank
Hfimndo, 8, slid from behind the
ssSmraring wheel of his father's car
acsA Announced that driving was no
ijnatolaiB at all. He had overlooked
tffljt: ffact that he had bumped two
an and passed six red lights dur
aajg jtus drive. When the policeman
s&diifii the car, it appeared to be
SK&ny; along the street without a
firiwr and then he spotted the peak
jtf youngster's cap barely reach
in to the window. The "driver"
w hargd with jim.'nile delin
vssaeBey and released in the custody
of &is mother for a later hearing.
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You don't have to retire, com
pletely to start drawing your Social
Security benefits after 65," ac-
according to Drew C. Nichols.
Field Representative, of the Social
Office in Asheville. "You may earn
up to $1200.00 in a calendar year
and draw for all months of the year
if otherwise eligible for them."
"Even fl you earn more than
$1200.00, some payments may be
made if your total earnings for the
year are not over $2080.00. And
even if you earn ovar 2080.00,
payments may still be made for any
month m which your earnings in
employment are $80.00 or less and
you are not actively self-employed.
Persons over 72 who have worked at
least six calendar quarters in N em
ployment covered by Social Secur
ity may file and receive benefits
"thout regard to current earn
ings." Mr. Nichols reminded workers and
?elf-employcd persons over 65 that
benefits may be retroactive for as
much as twelve months and that
application should now be made to
obtain any benefits for 1955 which
mav he navable under the above
I provisions. He stated that this pro
vision does not affect any person
who was covered by Social Security
for the first time in 1955 since he
woxild not yet le eligible for bene
fits. He also pointed out that re
tirement benefits may not be paid
age 65 and that in some cases up to
10 quarters of employment are now
required to qualify for benefits.
PERSHING CAR BOUGHT
Angiers, France "Paquerette,"
the 39-year-old car which General
John J. Pershing used during World
War I, was recently bought by Dan
Parker, 29-year-old scion of the foun
tain pen family. "Paquerette"
French for "Daisy" was the name
given the General's twelve-horsepow
er Dodge by soldiers of the Ameri
can Expeditionary Corps in 1916.
The car will be shipped to this coun
try by Parker, who has not disclosed
what he plans to do with it
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GET YOUB GLOVES .JlflADY
FOR SPRING i- It) U ' too. late to
wash leather gloves' , tf they already
have been dry cleaned because clean
ing removes much of the natural
oil and leaves the' gloves dry and
stiff. If they have never been dry
claaned, they can be washed with
little difficulty. , For best results,
gloves should i never i be. allowed to
ret too soiled before they are wash
ed. All gloves except doeskin should
be washed on the hands, in lukewarm
soap water. Doeskin is washed in
the hands, like lingeries and ho-
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be rubbed gently. The rinse water
should have just a little 8uds in it
to help restore some of the natural
oils to the leather. After rinsing
the gloves, roll off th hands and
place on a Turkish towel. The wa
ter can be pressed out, but 'he gloves
should never be squeezed or twisted
To keep the fingers from getting
stuck together, blow into the gloves.
If convenient, tissue paper should be
stuffed into the fingers.
Gloves should be dried away from
heat or sun.
Before they are completely dry,
they should be put on and shaped on
Colored gloves, if made of first
quality leather, may be washed also
and will not streak although they
may become lighter.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take tHis opportunity
to express our appreciation for the
kindness shown during the death of
my husband. Many thanks to all.
MltS. FAY PIERCE and
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Surt' John O. Kluttz. Armv Ei
cruitlng . Representative ' in Jlars&ai
announced today that the 8th Inf
antry Division, Fort, Caraen,' polo
rado, has been selected to participate
in the . Unit - KoUtfcm ' Program
(Operation Gyroscope) and is ached
uled to relieve the 9th j Infantry
Division in Europe during August
of this year, according to an an
nouncement by Captain Leslie L.
Witt, Commanding Officer of the
U. S. Army Recruiting Main Sta
tion in Charlotte, which covers 47
counties in Western North Carolina.
"Qualified men, with no previous
military service may enlist directly
into the 8th, and upon completion of
training, be transferred to Germany
with the Unit, and remain Is the
Division during the remainder of
the enlistment term," Captain Wttt
said today in Charlotte.
Men interested may contact Sgt.
Kluttz at the courthouse in Mars
hull each Friday between 12 noon;
2 p. m.
We are 1ving some nice weather
at this time.
There was a nice crowd at Sunday
School Sunday. We hope they keep
Mr. James Strom spent the week
end with hil wife and children. He
is employed in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. Archie Blackwell is visiting
his sister, Mrs. J. N. Lamb. He has
been living in Asheville for some
Mrs. Mont Ricker spent the night
in Asheville with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Htb-dy Woody and
son, Bruce, of Hot Springs, were
visiting Mrs. Hester Shipley Sun
day. Tom Lamb was visiting Jim Ward
Mrs. maggie Woody and Mrs. Bob
by Woody were visiting Mrs. Junior
Mr. Vincent Maynard was visiting
his sister, Mrs. Henry Lamb.
Mr. Ernest Sweeten has been cut
ting pine wood.
WILL BE GLAD TO ASSIST YOU
IN THE PURCHASE OF
SEED, FERTILIZER, GAM,
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KDITH DEADERICK BUSKINS
, y LASTING IHPRESSIIONSf X
They " gave them picture-books' in
With power yet unknown. "
Outside an apple orchard waved,
Near by an apple grown.
The city child saw this enthralled
The orchard's pink array.
"Attention 1" then the teacher called;
It meant release and play.
The years have passed, the child
Remembers in her room.
Amid the dreams her thoughts en
That orchard is in bloom.
MAJOR ALICE JOHNSON
Asheville, N. C.
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Sfusle Contest Festival will U I -i
at Western ' Carolina College CIs
spring as scheduled, it was announc-,
ed by Dr. Richard Renfm, bead
the music department. , lhstrumen , '
tal events will be held on March 10.
vocal events on March 17, and piano y
events on April t. -"", 1
Renfro f!d that according to.,fh
regulations, participation is limited
to those high school students
teachers or directors are paid
hers of the North Carolina Mnste .
Educators Association or the Male '
Educators National Conference as of
Counties included in the Cullowhee
District are: Madison, Cherokee,
Graham, Clay, Swain, Trarayrva-
Hiendierson, BunconAe, Haywood,
Jackson and Macon.
The registration deadline is Feb.
10, and no entries may be acceppted
after that date.
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