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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE SIX (Second Section
Set Of Health
Rules Given For
School Children
Professor Cliff Goldsmith, of the
Child Health Association of Now
York, tells school children how
to have good health. His nick
name is Professor Happy". He
lectured in s"'oral Philadelphia
schools. Here arc some health
rules that he Have Hie students:
"Eat greet,) vegetables and reach
the pink of condition.
"There is no poi of gold at the
end of the rainbow it's a pail of
milk.
"I.et your family tree be a frail
tree. By the way. I here should be
a cow at the foot of your fainih
tree.
"Have horse sense and eat oat
meal. "Run your engine on four cyl
inders of water per day
"Just because you take a bath
in private, don't think the public
can't tell whether you've bad one
"He who cleans his leelh has
good taste.
"See that your feel make aauili'
a day.
"The best way to improve your
memory and keep wide awake e
not to forget to go to sleep."
To high school gills Professor
"Happy" gave this advice:
"Use a silver spoonful of red
heets for lip slick: lei your rouge
be concocted of creamed carrots,
and get your vanishing cream from
a cow that's the way to be beau
tiful, "--he Watchman-Kxaminei
Allies Bomb Jap Ships
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Allied bombers drop explosives on Japanese war installations.
Large war plants were put out of commission and the Nip air force
reduced to ineffective stature
Capital Letters
By THOMPSON GREENWOOD
Bobby: Say, Uncle, when are ou
going lo play fool ball aganj''
Rich Uncle: When am I going to
play football? What makes you
ask that question'"
Bobby: Well. Dad says thai when
you kick oil', we re gonm lo eel a
new automobile and house
I'aldwell
parliuc in
announced
vers. ver
I hair needs overhaul-
ing. a date
calls up . . . do
time for stallingJS
Use MINIPOO 4Jv
the dry shampoo -v
Tn minutes does the
Job for you!
30 IHAMMOi, INCLUDING Mill
OITU'IAI. Now it's official.
( "ongi essiiian oodrum, an ollicfal
ol the American Plant food Coun
cil announced lal I'nday that
Marry II Caldwell, master of the
Nul l li Carolina Stale (Irange, had
been appointed secretary -I reasurer
of 1 1 if Council
Caldwell is now expected to
commute between bis home in
Crcciisboru and his Washington
office from Hie time he lakes the
position on September I until the
annual mceline, tit the (raur.e Ibis
lall.
s going about his clo
;i sinai I manner I le
his takini', the place
casualh in Ins little
(range news letter. Alter thai
bad soaked in. the appoint nil', was
given out from Washington.
There is just a chance thai the
Stale (liangers will keep Cald
well. Waslnnelon job or nol He
would be a heller master on a
paii-lime basis lhan almost any
body else going, I he l ull 24 hours
per day.
I'Ol l( STAItS Se I teachers
who become bored Willi their work
anil feel llial they are accomplish
ing nothing should by all means
see the movie version of the Broad
way play, "The Corn is (ircen."
11 played lo packed houses in Ral
eigh last week. Belle Davis is Ihe
Welsh school marm in the picture.
Yours truly saw Kthel Barrymure
in the play in New York and Miss
Davis in her best chinny and pop
eyed manner does just as well.
high
blinded by Ihe continued
prices for tobacco "
He is of the opinion that farm
ers are becoming "enslaved" by
tobacco, and I bat they are think
ing of Ihe weed to the exclusion
of everything else Delk undoubt
edly has a point, but until he can
suggest something heller the farm
ers will string along wilh lobacco.
Smith's Cut-Rate Diuk Store
! Ill .1 N Did)'' Mere is ulial Henry
Delk. cdilur of the (Joldslioro
News Aii'us. wrote niir reporter
Ihe oilier day: "Our folks are
I'ICTt ltK (Governor (iregg
Cherry is now sending out big.
beautiful I'll lull s of himself The
photo is a lot prettier, to It II you
Hie truth, than Ihe man il pre
sents, (iovernor (iregg looks like
a cross del ween Abraham Lincoln
and Waller Muslim very business
like. A guess al the size of the
pitcher is 11 inches wide by If)
inches high Bui you have to buy
your own frame. If you managed
his campaign in your county, or
some! lung, you may be able to
get one.
VKNUS Speaking of pictures,
I here is a Surry county girl here
in Raleigh as pretty as one, as
the old saying goes. She is Nancy
Calloway of Mountain Park A
staluesquc blond of noble hearing
and thai there sort of thing, she
looks Hi. bul is really 22 A
graduate of Woman's College al
(Ireenshoro in 1943, she is also
a lady of some brains giving the
be daily lo Ihat "beautiful but
dumb" idea. She is assistant home
demonstration agent in Wake
county.
SI'KAKKI! Tom Pearsall says
he is nol ureatly interested in run
ning for (I'overnor in 1D4H, bul Me
certainly does want lo he speaker
of the Mouse ill l!)47 Me has been
Former Methodist Pastor
Fills Pulpit At Church
Here On Sunday Night
Rev. Paul Hardin. Jr., pastor of
the Central Methodist church of
Shelby, was the guesl speaker at
the Methodist church here lart
Sunday evening. Rev. Mr. Har
din is a former pastor of the local
church and is recognizee! as one of
the most able ministers in the
Western North Carolina confer
ence. He was the fourth in a series
of speakers at the church here in
presenting the general needs of
the Methodist church.
Cpl. LeRoy Cagle Now
Stationed In Rome
Corporal LeRoy Cagle, son of
Mrs. Charles Fie, of Waynesville,
I' I' D No. 2, is now stationed in
Koine, according to a letter to his
mother. He has been assigned lo
a special service unit.
Cpl. Cagle entered the service
in September, 1942, and has been
overseas for the past 30 months,
lie was inducted at Hickory and
at the time was employed there as
a taxi driver.
Young Lady (learning golf): How
do you like my game? , ,
Caddy: I suppose it's all right
but I still prefer golf.
visiting some counties recently
wilh that in mind. Pearsall is an
able fellow, though at times just
a wee hit reactionary. He is from
Nash county, a farmer, lawyer,
and a graduate of the University
of North Carolina.
VALKNTINK Itirnus J. Valen
tine. McDonald stalwart in 1936.
is a big man in the armed services
now. and he would like to run for
(iovernor in -1948, lis said. Those
who are opposed to him and
there are iiuite a few of theni--
want to get some good man away
out ahead before Valentine can
get in there swinging. If this citi
zen of Nashville runs, there will be
three guys wilh some gubernatorial
ambitions within a few miles of
each other Pearsall, Valentine
and John Kerr. Jr.
PATE--To do any guessing now
is pure foolishness, but from here
il looks like Edwin Pate of Lour
inburg as your Governor from
January, 1949. through December,
19!2.
CONFESSING "I'm confessing
that 1 love you" is what Lt. Gov. L.
Y. Kallentine is saying about the
Governor's chair these days. They
say he made a speech somers the
oilier day and came right out flat
looted as a candidate for the place.
Stag is the best campaigner on
the horizon. He can shake your
hand and slap your shoulder as
if you were his long-lost friend.
Notice To Members of The Hay
wood Electric Membership Corp.
The following have been nomi
nated as a board of directors for
the coming year subject to elec
tion to serve the Haywood Elec
tric Membership Corporation:
Ira H. Cogburn
Weaver Cat hey
L. N. Davis
Carter Osborne
W. P. Harris
Kast Fork Roy Medford Iron Duff
Pigeon Albert W. Ferguson Crabtree
Mrs. ('. S. Green Fines Creek
Civile ('. M. Moody Jonathan Creek
Heaverdam II. V. Davis Upper Hominy
C W. London Upper Hominy
Any 15 members of the Cooperation may
file with the local office the names of other
members they might like to nominate as mem
bers of the boqrd of directors, before August 10,
according to the rules governing the election.
Those attending the annual meeting on August
25 will also have the privilege of making nomi
nations from the floor.
Signed-
Bill Green
Tames Smith
F. A. Justice
CP. Miller
Rev. Oder F. Burnette
George H. Haynes
D. Reeves Noland
P. E. Yarborough
Glenn A. Boyd
D.D.York
Sheep And Lamb
Subsidy Started
A program designed to help
I meet increased cost of raising and
feeding lambs to heavier weights
j and at the same time bring about
i a more normal distribution in
I marketing. ha been announced by
I Secretary of Agriculture Ander
I son, according to 8- C. Francis,
I chairman of the Haywood County
' AAA Committee.
j "Under the new program the
l Commodity Credit Corporation
will make payments directly to
! farmers through county AAA com
1 'mittees," Mr. Francis said, "and
payments will beeome effeethe on
sheep and lambs marketed on or
after August 5, and through June
30, 104.V46.
The rate of payment is as fol- i
Lambs 65 to 90 pounds. August
through November, $1.50 per hun
dred. December, 1945, and Janu
ary, 1946, $2.00 per hundred. Feb
ruary through April, 1S46, $2 50
per hundred. May and June. 1946,
$200 per hundred.
For lambs over 90 pounds: Au
gust through November, 1945,
$2.15 per hundred. December.
1945, and January, 1946, $2.65 per
hundred. February through April,
1946, $3.15 per hundred. May and
June, 1946, $2.65 per hundred.
Payment for all other sheep:
August, 1945, through June, 1946,
will be $1.00 per hundred.
Mr. Francis stated that to be
eligible for payments under the
new program, sheep and lambs
must be sold to a legally authorized
slaughterer who has certified that
Ihe animals are purchased for
slaughter. Sellers should retain
their sales accounts, invoices, and
olher evidences showing the
weights and purchasers of all
lambs and sheep sold on or after
August 5, 1945. Payments to
sellers are to be made upon pre- j
Five Millions To
To Be Spent On
Highways, Bridges
RALEIGH. Some $5,000,000
will be spent by North Carolina
on road construction at the end
of the war, according to the State
Highway Commissioa
A. H. iSandyi Graham, chair
man of the commission, says that
he's already asked division engi
neers to send in a list of projects
that desire highest priority. These
projects will thus be given first
consideration in post-war plans.
Graham adds that the post-war
construction will embrace new
roads, rebuilding of old roads,
widening of bridges and roads, and
the building' of new bnuges.
Frank C. Byrtl
Given Promotion
Sgt. Frank C. Byrd. of Hazel
wood, has just been promoted lo
staff sergeant, according to word
received from Camp Wheeler. Ga.,
where the former captain of the
local unit of tiie State Guard is
stationed.
sentation ol ovidence to the coun
ty committee at the time applica
tion for payment is made.
Summer Hats
REDUCED
New Fall Huts Now
Arriving
The Hat Shop
LILIAN ALLKN IIAKT
Church Street
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EVERYBODY INVITED
Contests . . . Prizes
New Attractions
All musicians, quartets, and choirs especially invited. Service
men and women will be recognized
Bring Lunch.. .Spend the Day
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