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THURSD AYAUGl sr i ,
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
U. S. Extension
Tfcp Extension Service Reyiew,
magazine, of the Extension Service
of the U. S. Department of Agri
culture of last month carried a
story of the Awar,d W Achieve
ment for Promotion of Agriculture
presented to W. Curtis Russ last
fall by the Haywood County Mu
tual Soil Conservation and Land
Use Association, composed of BOO
The article set forth that ex
tension workers have always rec
ognized the weekly newspaper as
one of the principal mediums of ag
ricultural education and informa
tion, pointing out the great ser
vice rendered by The Waynes
ville Mountaineer to the farmers
of Haywood cqunty.
A picture accompanied the ar
ticle which includes the plaque of
award, a copy of The Waynesville
Mountaineer and the editor W.
ALFRED NELSON GALLO
WAY Funeral services were conducted
at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at
the Ratcliff Cove Baptist church
for Alfred Nelson Galloway, 47,
who died at 5:30 o'clock Tuesday
morning at the Haywood County
The Rev. Oder Burnett officiated.
Burial was in the Ratcliff Cove
Mr. Galloway was - a native of
Jackson county, but had resided
here for the past twenty-five years.
He had been employed at the Cham
pion Shoe Shop for some time.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Ada Galloway; three daughters,
Mrs. Carey May Woods, Miss Bon
nie and Miss Nora Galloway, all
of Waynesville, Ransom, of Canton,
and Jesse Galloway, of Texas; and
one sister, Mrs, May Fowler, of
Massie Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
LAWRENCE E. ENSLEY
Funeral services were held at
3:30 yesterday afternoon at the
Wesleyan Methodist Church in Can
ton for Lawrence E. Ensley, Jr.,
25, who was killed by lightening
at Fort Knox, Ky., on Saturday
at midnight. The pastor, the Rev.
J. Waldon Tysinger, officiated.
Burial was in Bon-a-VentUre ceme
tery. - Young Ensley enlisted in the
army about three months ago.
Surviving are his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Ensley; three
brothers, Harry, Frank and Gar
land Ensley, all of Canton.
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CAM 0)Y-GU mm E) R3DNTS 5.1
TURNING AT INTERSECTION j
Sec 115. Motor Vehicle Laws of
North Carolina: 'Except as oth
erwise provided in this section, the
driver of a vehicle intending to
turn to the right at an intersec
tion shall approach such intersec
tion in the lane of traffic as Closely
as possible to the right-hand curb
or edge of highway, and when in
tending to turn to the left
shall approach such intersec
tion in the lane for traffic
to the right of and nearest
to the center of the highway and
in turning shall pass beyond the
center of the intersection passing
as closely as practicable to the
right thereof before turning such
vehicle to the left."
In other words, when you want
to make a right turn, get in the
extreme right-hand lane of traffic; j
when you want to make a left
turn, get in, the traffic lane imme
diately to the left of the center of
the street. And don't cut too short
n a left turn.
In connection with the section of
the motor vehicle laws, ; local au
thorities in their respective juris
diction may modify the method of
turning at intersections by clearly
Indicating by buttons, markers or
other direction signs within an in
tersection the course to be follow
ed by vehicles turning there.
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a "Who's Whose.
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