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THE WATNESTHUS UGCSTUSIZSL
Show Officers to
Farmers nmi Easiness Mea
hmttd to Meet aa4 Hd
TVt e&m irwton f ti
Eayweod Cenatj Livestock show
vH bold a .aaeettof ' a T o'ejoek
EaZxTriaj afternoon is tit vrirt
AH fivestoek a. ad firmen
tiTOCgfeect tb eoer-ty and kcain
aten ar hinted to join the rroop
fr discussion of pUns for the
aeeaiid aran! Montr livestock
CEOJ2GE W. EBADLEY
Fsneral services b bU at
4 welsek est Tknrsdny afternoon
si the konve Mr. and Mrs. A. &
Kn&r in Vun for Georr W.
82 Seniors Get
them, tint faMOKj's
aaaeai Car thn benefit
BndT, . wo ed ; thins; of dattosv He advtoed thativs 74
Tfcnrsday a the gyfr HaspstaLj United States sheaSd net, 75 39
; rzrtn. Met taax tae mn Mean
Nepfaew uTTtd M'fVHtm t t&ey o do tar taesr cauaffiry. FHignfer
jir. tsnaxj was. ? jr. suaey- wa am j j,,
Swain eomrty, the sen of w sue : Jt. H. Remit, dastnt ssiperinsen-' v far 7
; ' ; - 111 ' . Atorr iirj icmu
1 p. m. Pi
Precsjcoos tine Jia. 1st
Detc for yer. ... - , y..
r)u (a tr natii of 1944 ,,at9 Iuku nux tttr Fr-fCr5ffz C"
mad ue latertw n wamaaoMa
tiroorfcoot the coanty teatatire
j,Ua fr thia yer call for larrc
Iwrwinr . ot aaimak, and aJa a
display vt kaadieraf u by the uvem
hTi of the eOBt7 borne demon
OSen will 1 be elected at
the meetinc on SatoHar. Oaode
C Fraa to president of the
rrovp that rtwrd the shov of Urt
year. Other fSer lnehtef Jarrto
U Pilnvtr, fait rice preeideBtj W.
A. BnMCeyf enwl Tie president;
W. A. Medfon Jr, aeeretarr l
treasarer, aad Jonathan Woo-iy
by Mrs. Sl H. BoakeeS ta Wmifred I Bcf, Alsca Cordelia Rxrjif,
. a Xi ak . k : T. PAkar
tl VZ JZZ MrUl ' MARK DUCKETT D- A. R. P2ri-a Cteeki, Wkity Rntte, EtolBW
the Vmt busiiMM- xr. iaard by Mra, W. f. Swift t!ceaw, WSsaxa Earl Crawford.
clir. Tor a namber rf year,' SlIZs A-r
he haj tak ah artrre istret iniwnw cl"7, T j- VZT ' BU1T Jtiir' OB r-
eiTk affair of Wtm North t,TTwJZjS M JU. . M. r . JLUt, a
Carrma. Cbari Ea7 wi3 ? T. T' . "Tl" Z -i " T-T w
, . ... ocean, carmi ui o trahl a afnd feeaoe el U&
A FAMILY AFFAIR "TT M
Hawly; "I want to ret a bf,r."' yp Dtxkm k a native f the
Eid;n iatr: . H- Jr. , Fines Creek f this euvmy
imahle to attend hceaose of iCaess,
was the winner of the rirls' award,
34. B. Bowies introdneed kis
Tocej daakter, Florew Aa
Bowles, the aMeo of the elaaa
b47: Tb largest jva ai M ute Mr. aad Mr, tifieat of "perfeet atteBdaaee for
ha. TtKTt are fr of u- JJotta DeketL He has been ea-fthe last few dart of teboei."
raircd in Urging a3 kis life, jj The Err. R. E. itaeBljia, rector
While fc td at wea lor of Grace EptoeopeJ ehsreh, fa
TL, CU.TltAirvA 1,.... 1 also ttkes the lead down U HjectJai. bis Jtk waa k ; the fanrocatioo and the benediction.
I ne siar i nea ire track. th 1, , VIutA rt MiM NMe,
, ., ' t SarTmns; are Bis woow, ui . nnwou ana in mnrnm. ix
line " frr Mk Salli Leatherwood. i boTS roartet eoiapc-ed cl Ted
itae.race. ... .......
THrBSDAT "GANGS OF CHI-CAGOT
ywC Wiwiirected attorney, wl I M2,A.
fccom tie bead on a ran ctthh.
organization to order to fet re
Tear for his father. Finally after
hi revenge fee to perroaded to
tart life all errer aram. A pto
tor any lorer of action and thrills
will go for. . . Starrinc Lloyd K
laa and Barton MeLane,
FSTOAT and! BATCRDAT
"TAMISG OF THE WEST"
A thriunif aaca of the Old West
... packed with thrills and chills
... as BID Elliott, the famous star
of Western Thriller, ... rides the
ranre . . . tracking down ruthless
ldlleri . . cattle thieves . . . ramb
lers ... t . and npbolding "law and
order in a pietor portraying all
the gallantry and reckless bravery
of the old Frontier days.
STRANGER OS THE 3RD
A dWp mystery, which keeps vnnmi lerrices were held at
movie goers fa suspense. YooH 2;3) 0tioek on Tuesday afternoon
law breaking, iw stars f Woodn Davis. 27. who died
arc icwi iiUiic iv.jj
Margaret TaDeehet. Plenty of
excitement afforded every minute.
SUNDAY "GANG OP MINE"
A new type horseracing pktnre,
featoring the famous East Side
KM. The famous race horse. Sea.
biscuit, takes the leading roto in
the manr well known horses shown
A picture fall of hilarity and
crammed fall of fan and laughter
to the brim, as a young married
eoople, envying each others side
of life, are ehanged by the strper
nataral into the other's body .
right then complications start as
a cross-eyed stork get mixed op
and the husband gets the baby . . .
from then on H is a matter of
hoWinK o nto your seat trying to
keep yourself from dying of hys
terical laughter. The farther it
goes the funnier it gets. Finally
when they are changed to normal
they are cured of envying other
people s positions in liie.
The STAR Theatre
ADMISSION 10c and 25c
MAIN STREET HAZELW00D
Show opens week days at 7:15 Matinees at 2:30
Saturday and Sunday
"GANGS OF CHICAGO" '
King of Crime rn a reign of Terror lawless leader of
a great '.'city.',.. robbing killinsr looting; in the re
venge of his father starring Lloyd Nolan and Barton
MacLane. "'' ,:.'
and a nomher of nieces and nep-:. Chambers, Dean Ledford. Tom
Ltavts im raoi ueancK, oimua
by L. T. Sew, Jr, gave a Bwrnber.
The singinff of the Alma Mater,
written by. Miss Margaret Strmg
ftId nwhuM the Bromm
The foDowinsr ttadenta received
)i nlnmu Tnesda v niffht :
Myrtle Nell Allen, Thelma Edna
Allison, Ruth Ethel Anders, Clar
ence E. Arlington, Mary Jnanita
Arrtngton, Eleanor Eathryn Bla
loek, James Kerr Boone, Ralph
at 12:S a. m. Sunday at the home
of his sister, Mrs. Jess Ross at
Lake Junahuka, fouowmg a abort
The Rev. Robert Gaddis and
the Rev. Avery Peek officiated.
Burial was in Green HOI cemetery.
Serving as active paUbearers
were; Hugh Hall, Grady BTanton,
Fred Farmer, Carl Swanger, Doug
las Moore, and Sam Cunningham.
Honoray paUbearers ineloded:
Dr. R. H. Stretcher, Frank Comp
:tn, L. M. - Riehesos, Leo MarteL
Glbert Reeves, W. B. Winchester,
Lawrence Davis, E. L. Armour,
Kermrt PurceD, Elmer Shields, !
John Blalock, and J. B. Medford. j
At the time of his death Mr. j
Davis was employed in the cut ,
sole department of the England-j
Walton Company of Hazelwood. j
, Surviving are; his widow, Mrs. j
Rnth Godfrey Davis, of Lake Juna-
. luska; his mother, Mrs. Jule F.
" Davis, of Dell wood; five brotners,
Lowry Davis, of Gastonia, Wiley
; Davis, of Tacoma, Wash and J0- ;
i'lius, Norman and Floyd Davis, of,
j Waynesville; four sisters, Mrs. Jess j
: Rxui Mrs. Forrest McClure. of;
! Haxelwood, and Mrs. WUey Galr i
loway ana -Mrs. raui srniu, oi
Massie Funeral Home was in
charge of the funeral arrangements.'
CoL Martin Due
To Arrive From
aianila This Week
Lt. CoLJofca Martin, TJ. S. Amy,
. f Vr ai Mrs. E P. Martin,
of WaynesviDe, as doe to arrive in
New York City this week from a
tww years aerrie to Manila. This
to the third time that CoL Martin
kaa beea stationed to the Phfflip
CoL Martin has been in the army
for nearly thirty years and has
been ctaticaed at many points
thrwBchoot the country.
He to bemg transferred from
yni to HoDy Ridge camp of
this state, where be reports for
daty shortly after hia arrival to
! this eoantry.
Claimed By Death
Arno E- Cammerer, 67, former
director of the National Park Ser
vice, died yesterday at bis Cherry
dale, Va home of a heart disease.
Mr. Cammcrer had made several
Cocbras, J .Raym Coward. W" rTf
KcBnedt Davto. Roy Machen.tioaal Park Seme.
Davis, Thomas Caihoaa Davis.. . . '
Meta Joaephtoe Dicaa,
Jack EnsVy, Robert Cliftoa Fer- j
rasoa. Mary Elixabeth Fiagw. ;
Hugh Tanser Fraacis, Jane Dudley ,
Fraaeis, Sara Kathryn Francis,
Mary Jo Fslbright. Anhar Edward .
Fuller, Boemie Marie Galloway,
Louise Caddy, Georgia LeEa Grant, j
Merrill L Green. Charles Arthur
HartselL Paul O. Hedridc
Mary Authorine Hooper, Arbie i
Howell, Oscar Howell, Dennis ;
Hoyle, Joseph Dewey Hyatt, Iris '
Rwanda Jaynes, Charles R. Leath-1
erwood. Jack M. Leatherwood, I
Dorothy Frances Ledford, Minerva
Louise Liner. Lois O'NeO Massie,
Mary Blanche Massey, Lola Frank
Medford. Mary; Ida Mehaffey.
Scott ADen Mehaffey, Robert Lee
Mehaffey, Ruth E. Messer, Jim
MOner, Catherine Louis Moody,
Evelyn Elixabeth Moody, Wallace
Lee Morrow, Harry MeCraeken
Roy Bryson MeCraeken, Claude
McClure, Jr, Calvin McDanieL
Margaret McRorie, Robert MuQ,
Opal Margaret Noland, Helen
Elaine Plott, Edith Ophelia Queen,
Bonner Franklin Rabb, Mildred
Mae Rhinehart, Dorothy Yirginia
Rkheson, Ruthie Mae Rider, Wini
fred Osborne Rodeers. Minnie
! Christine Shehon, Margaret .Fran-
Cluuf Dnfh Y axilla Kimivwnwlt
Caotain and V rl
Lent: Island, and tt.;.'.l
arrived on Friday for i
Mr. and Mrs. J. G"Ta
u vi me t in.
to being transf errui
or w quanta, and
family were en route
place. The M2es ch
jr. and Margare An
I with their grandparent
mower ana laioer are
cated in Atlanta.
The Parent Teachers
May 2at8 0'C
All who wish to app
program please be at)
house by 7:30 o'clock.
Cash Priiea Will a
Canton will also have an election
on members of the Beaverdam
school board, with the three pres
ent members, Dr. A- P. Cline, Dr.
W. C. Johnson and W. W. Mitchell.
seearng re-eiecnon. iea toie H'ces anon, eou lu oiduhuoub,
the only other candidate in the race, j J. Virgil Smith. Mae Smith. Thar-
... M M 'a . . -
canton nas a normal, vote oi man rtoy emren, wow pa ewwn
2,000 in town elections.
1 Tate, Lola Wilson.
Henderson s Corn
Opposite Poet Office Mam Street
With A Complete
SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE
- Complete Line of
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos
Plug, Smokers Articles.
Kqdaks Film Cameral
18 Years Experience.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
"TAMING OF THE WEST"
. With that famous star of the thrilling westerns
Bill Elliott, with Irish Meredith.
ALSO CHAPTER 6 OF THE GREEN ARCHER"
"GANG OF MINE"
Featuring the East Side Kids in a story that will
make all lovers of horsea love them more . . . racing
at its best, mixed with love and drama.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY'
"STRANGER ON THE 3rd FLOOR"
With Peter Lorre, John McGuire and Margaret
Tallechet. Love steps in with the law with excite
ment at every step.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
A Hal Roach production, starring Adolphe Men
jon, Carole Landis and John Hubbard.
Believe it or not. . .he got tired of being a man. . .
she grew bored of being a woman. . . so they changed
places... and then the stork made his hysterical mis
take... such complications... such embarrassing mo
ments. . .such fun. . .as the screen has never seen be
fore. . . :
The Fun Will Keep You Roaring....
The Girla Are Far From Boring.... 1
4 Haywood Towns
Will Vote Tuesday
(Coathiaed an page 7)
seriously than any otner eiecuon.
With about 310 registered, a-
vote ox I O is normal, out wim via- ; i
ed interest this year, the vote is:
expected to run much higher than
Citizens of Clyde are referring
to. the two tickets this year as the
"old" and "new."
The so-called -new" ticket is !
headed by Glenn Brown, candidate
for mayor, with Claud Rogers,
Bruce Sellars and Howard Shook
mm MiuluUtM tnr ftlHrmen.
AIR VUWS V Mm UMUV " f V.
W. G. Smathers, for mayor, C. A.
Mooney, T. H. Rogers and Gerald
Fish for aldermen.
Jeter Hawkins is a candidate for
aldermen on an independent ticket.
Tor Judge of police court, Larry
H. Cagle is seeking re-election and
is opposed by Jack West.
Canton Has 14 On
Town Election Ballot
Canton has a race for every of
fiee except police court Judge, as
no one filed against Carl M. B lay-
lock, present Judge,
J. Paul Murray to seeking re
election and is being opposed by
J. T. Bailey, former mayor and
former representative of Haywood
to the General Assembly.
T. A. Clark to asking for re
election as prosecuting attorney,
and has as an opponent, Roscoe
E. Faxria. .
Five candidates are on the ticket
for aldermen, with Roy H. Patton,
A. B. Robinson and Clyde R. Hoey,
Jr, running as a team, and Fred
Pressley and Floyd (Flossie) De-
Will Formally Open Their New
Large and Modern Store on
Saturday, May 10 from 9 til 9
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Ever Assembled in This Section
ALL THIS STOCK BOUGHT AT PRICES THAT CANNOT BE
Our 18,000 Square Feet Of
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A special beautiful, useful and dur
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weese as independents.
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