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THURSDAY, JANUARY 16,
To Attend 1-Day
tourse in qyiva
The annual one-day poultry
abort course for poultrymen in
Western North Carolina will be
kit n prt Monday, the 20th. in
tbe court house in Sylva, begin
ning at 10 o'ciock a. m. lasi year
the course was given here.
Approximately 150" poultrymen
from this section of the state are
expected to attend. The county
Lii an ureinar a larcn delpca-
ftion from Haywood County.
I One of the outstanding features
lef the day will be the egg show. A
have signified their intention
U nter exhibits.
The county agents have made
Aa following suggestions in se-
wtinflr the eees for exhibition:
Choose eggs uniform in sire, shape,
and color; eggs should weigh 24
to 26 ounces per dozen; eggs
should be free from dirt or stains,
having a smooth fine textured
shell; if possible candle the eggs
tn hn sure they are free from
Mood spots or meat spots; an en
try of eggs will consist ol one
jtun: displays will be made on
paper plates; there will be a class
Jr both white ana Drown eggs.
Letters have been sent from the
county agents' office to the poul
trymen throughout tne county.
Transportation will be furnished
t Sylva from Waynesville.
Head Of Wake Forest
Once Auctioned Tobacco
They're telling a laugh-producing
story on Dr. Thurman D, Kitchin,
president of the Wake Forest Col-
llege, Wake Forest, N. C. .
I Dr. Kitchin walked into the
Wake Forest office ox Uttiege Bur
sar E. B. Earnshaw and happened
to make a remark about the prices
being paid for tobacco. Someone
wanted to know what the college
president knew about tobacco any-.
I He forthwith stepped to a corner
M the room, loosened his coat, and
proceeded to "sell a pile of tobacco."
Starting at 21 cents, he moved nn-
rward, and finally "knocked it down''
to an unseen buyer.
Dr. Kitchin's several onlookers
were so astonished they forgot to
bid, and he had to do the "selling"
and the "bidding." Then he ex
plained that he once was an auc
tioneer. While it Is better to rive than to
receive let us confess we like both.
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MRS. VICTORIA DEAVER
Last rites were held at 2 o'clock
Monday afternoon at the Inman
church near Sunburst for Mrs.
Victoria Deaver Inman, 66, of the
Bethel section of the county, who
died Saturday at the Haywood
County Hospital here. The Rev.
W. H. Pless officiated. Burial was
in the Inman cemetery.
Surviving are three Bonn. Thw.
1 dore, Anderson, and Willie Inman;
one daughter, Mrs. W. P. Mehaffey ;
I two brothers, Thomas H. and Wil
liam T. Deaver; and four sisters,
IMrs. J. E. West, Mrs. J. C. Kuy-
' kendall, Mrs. G. C. Norris, and
Miss Maude Deaver, of Haywood
j The Wells Funeral Home, of
Canton was in charge of arrange
ments. NELSON WILSON
Last rites were conducted last
Thursdajy at Parker's Chapel,
Methodist church, for Nelson Wil
son, 80, who died at his home in
the Crabtree section at 11:15 last
Wednesday morning. The Rev.
Forrest Ferguson officiated. Burial '
was in the chapel cemetery. i
Surviving are the widow, Mrs. I
Mary Wilson; four sons, Jim Hen
ry, Grayson, Walter, and Johnny,
all of Haywood County; three
daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Boyles,
of Hickory, Mrs. Sallie Parks, of
Crabtree, and Mrs. Eliza Moody, of
Jackson County; 81 grandchildren
and 42 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2
o'clock on Tuesday afternoon at
the First Baptist church for Mrs.
Charlotte Swanger Fitzgerald, 03,
widow of the late Joshua Fitzger
ald, who died at her home on the
Pigeon road at 6 a. m. Sunday.1
The Rev. H. G. Hammett, pastor, i
and the Rev. C. L, Allen, officiated. '
Burial was in Greenhill cemetery.
Pallbearers were : Frank Swan
ger, Roy Swanger, Harley Inman,
Butler Swanger, Huston Swanger,
and James Cochran.
Mrs. Fitzegerald is survived by
two sons: Clement Fitzegerald and
Sam Fitzgerald; one daughter,
Mrs. James McCall, of Cullasaja,
and six grandchildren.
Read The Ads
Mass production of the new Curtiss Tomahawk fighters for Britain's Royal Air Force is really getting
underway at the huge Buffalo, N. Y plant of the Curtiss-Wright Corp., a part of whose assembly depart
ment is shown. A new high of eight planes a day is being turned out here for the RAF, in addition to
those being made for the U. S Armv n Vavy. (Central Preat)
Hazelwood Honor Roll
For 4th Month Given
The A honor roll of the Hazel
wood school as announced for the
fourth month by Lawrence Leath
erwood, principal, is as follows:
Leatherwood's sixth grade, Nancy
Jones, Anna Jean Davis, Charles
Frady, Lucile Culberson ; Glenn
Noland's sixth grade, Billy Shields
and Frank Morrison, Jr.
Miss Daisy Boyd's fourth grade,
Neal Mints; Mrs. Harriett With
ers' fourth grade, Jim Swanger;
Mary Lou Moody's third grade;
Juanita Scruggs; Mrs. John M.
Queen's third grade, Frances Hen
drix, Fredie Ann Waddell, and
Homer Snyder, Jr.; Mrs. Belle
Ratcliff e's second grade, Jimmy
Swift .and Samuel Mehaffey.
Mrs. Annie LedbetterV first
grade, Wilene Duckett, Catherine
Bell, and Margaret Blanton; Mrs.
Nell K. Howell's first grade, Wfl
burn Lee, Carol Swanger, Ralph
Swanger, Bobby Young, Jean Nich
olson, Carolyn Wyatt,
' Amsterdam's Standard Time
Holland Is the only important
country which does not Observe
World time, but uses that of the
steeple of the West church In Amsterdam.
Makes 8 Fighters
Drive For Greek
Relief Funds To
Continue This Week
Only a partial list of contribu
tions to the Greek relief fund which
is now underway in the community
was available last night J. R.
Boyd and the members of his com
mittee hope to complete the drive
by Saturday of this week.
Among the donors and contribu
tors during the week were:
W. T. Shelton ......2.00
T. L. Gwyn
A Friend .. ,.
Mrs. R. N. Barber
Dan Moore ..
F. W. Messer .. ..
W. T. Crawford
Miss Julia Bowles
L. M. Richeson
S. C. Com p ton
J. E. Shields
J. C. Burrell
G. H. Boring
L. C. Davis
E. C. Wagenfeld
John H. Hall
S. H. Lane - , -
Unagusta Credit Union
Meets This Afternoon
The Unagusta Credit Union, of
which Whitcncr Prevost is presi
dent, will hold their annual share
holders meeting in the Boy Scout
hall on Thursday afternoon at
Texas Uas Fipi-anes
Pipelines transport gas from the
Texas Panhandle to sections of 14
states, including Texas.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express to the many
friends of our family our sincere
appreciation for their presence
and kind words of sympathy which
were so consoling to us in our sor
row at the loss of our husband and
Mrs. H. M, Noland and the
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks , to our many friends
for the many kindnesses and sym
pathy sent with the beautiful flow
era and kind service rendered in
our recent bereavement.
Mrs. G. F. Boston & Family.
1 bfllard table 2K x B feet 2 cue
sticks and set of balls, $3.60. 1 good
set of boxmsr doves, tl.00. 1 strik
ing or punching bag, with plat
form, best quaity, 14.60, 4-paddle
table tennis set, 6 balls, with 4x9
feet collapsable table, 14.50. Phone
132-J, P. O. Box 863. Jan. 18
GET YOU DOWM
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Daily for RAF
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THE REJECTED MAN
The Army and Navy have often
been derided for their insistence
upon perfect physical condition of
all aspirants for (training. How
ever, it is infrequent that the or
iginators of the gibes are truly
qualified to speak.
A true authority is found in a
tma 1 item printed in The Asbltuid
(Penra.) Newsi relayed by way
of sharp-eyed Bar'timore Evening
Sun. The item follows:
John G. Wabner, who several
times was rejected by the Union
Army during Uie Civil War be
cause of physical defects, died at
"his home here yesterday ait the age
To win Taxes
N. C. Budget Is
Sent To Assembly
Gov. J. M. Broughton and the
advisory budget commission Tues
day submitted to the 1941 general
assembly a record-breaking 1941-43
budget calling for general fund ex
penditures of 192,482,671 during
the two-year period, an increase of
18,608,189 over actual and estimat
ted expenditures of the current
The budget provides for a retire
ment plan for all state employes
including school teachers, elimina
tion of the sales tax from 15 addi
tional food items, an increase of
16,844,530 in appropriations for
highway construction and main
tenance, and a $150,000 increase la
the appropriation for vocational
No provision was made for the
ninth month or the 12th grade in
the public schools, both of which
had been urged by Governor
Broughton In his inaugural ad
Revenue and appropriation bills
for the biennium, carrying out tho
provisions of the budget, were in
troduced simultaneously in the two
houses of the assembly. I
The budget commission recom
mended no change in the rates of
taxation established in the contin
uing revenue bill adopted in 1939.
All changes recommended are "pri
marily administrative in nature,"
the commission said.
"In the face of necessarily in
creasing federal taxes," the budget
report said, "we deem it unwise to
adopt a policy necessitating a gen
eral increase of any kind in our
Funds for the additional $8,608,
189 in spending during the bien
nium will come from increased
revenues under the present tax
sales, according to the commis
Native Americas Crab Apple
The crab apple was the only apple
native to America when the first
settlements were made.
This is to Give Notice that Penalties
will be Added to all Unpaid 1940 Taxes
on the First Day of February, 194L
J. W. BOYD
Tax Collector for Town of Waynesville
C. J. REECE, llanager
Tbe first Dutch governor-geaensV
Peter Minuit, acquired ltaahatUst
Island from the ludians ia 1S3S far
the sum of $24 In merchandise, i
as pieces of bright cloth, beads
Band RalU tor Slain
Firm hand rails for fUus aadt
Bon-slip treads for steps may pre
vent serious accidents.
666 Liquid or 664 Tablets with Mt
Salve or 666 Nose Drops generally
relieves cold symptoms tbe first day.
Ladies don't expose
self to snch harmful diseas
es as flu and pneumonia by
washing: the old-fashioaed
way. Send your clothes t
os. You'll be delightfully
surprised when you see hew
white and sweet smelling
your clothes are when re
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