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Cruso Man returns
After 44 years absence
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Sharp, of
i ..i,irarfn are visitinfi relatives and
friends in Haywood and Buncombe
counties for a two weeks stay. Mr.
Sharp left Haywood county with his
family in 1902 when he was twelve
oars of age. This is his first visit
in forty-four years. The former
Haywood resident is greatly im
pressed with the improvements in
the farms, roads ard homes in this
area. He has pointed out many old
landmarks and scenes of his boy
REVIVAL AT EAST FORK
A successful and spiritual reviv
al has recently been conducted at
the Kast Fork Baptist Church with
thirty conversions and thirteen ad
ditions to the church by baptism.
The Rev. C. H. Greene, pastor of
the West Canton Baptist Church,
did the preaching and he was as
sisted by the Rev. Joseph Williams,
pastor of the church.
Miss Argyle Clarke, of Cruso, an
employe of the American Knka
Corp recently spent her vacation
in Washington, D. C, with her
aunt. She visited many points of
interest in the capitol.
Harold Crawford is spending a
thirty day leave with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Crawford. Ik
has served for the past twelve
months in the Merchant Marines,
his duties taking him to live dif
ferent countries in the European
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BEAVER and LOCKARD
hOMETRI ST S
Masonic Building . . . Waynesvillc
(us lA.imined - - - Glasses Fitted
b.tv EACH WEEK 9:00 TO 5:00
El!. 0. 1). JOHN C. LOCKARD, O .1).
MRS. TKAGl K W 1I.I.1AMS, who before her marriage in Buinev. I ml.
on June III), was the former Miss Alpha Host, daughter riT Mr. and Mrs
Hugh lies! of Clyde. Mr. Williams is the son of Mrs. Frances Williams,
and Hie late W. II. Williams, of Cove Creek and is a veteran of World
War II. having served in the navy, participating in nine major battles.
The couple arc residing in Ashcville where they both hold positions.
Summer Players Score Hit This
Week In "Ladies In Retirement"
Of "Ladies In
The final performance of !
"Ladies In Retirement", the thrill- !
ing mystery play currently being I
presented by the Waynesvillc Sum- '
hut I'layers at the High School i
Auditorium will be presented to-
night at 8: IS IV M. The play feat- I
ures Louise (iagnou in the leading
role of Kllen Creed, with a cast ,
which includes Grace Sinner, guest .
artist from Chicago, in her final
appearance this season
Next week the "Theatre In The
Sky " will present Henrik Ibsen's
immortal drama "Ghosts ". with an :
all-star cast featuring Jack R
l' le in the leading role of Oswald
Alving. Maurice Geoffrey, director '
of the group has announced An !
elaborate stage setting and special
electrical effects have been design-
ed for the production. The play
will open nest Tuesday lor lour
nights only. Reservations may he
made In phoning 17ft. and the box
office Ts open daily front 10:00 to
The hands of our Pharma
.fist arc careful hands ,
MTIiey fulfill their duties with skill
nee that inspire confidence. You can place
scriptinn in the hands of our Pharttiacist
wledge that it will receive the finest care,
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Genera! reaction of the public is
that "The Summer Players" of The
Theater in Hie Sky should have
open. . I their season with "Ladies
in Retirement. " instead of "Clau
dia," due to the fact that the form
er gives the members an oppor
tunity lo show their talents in a
more convincing maimer than the
! While Ibis week's production.
I Ladies in Retirement, a well or
i ganicd play, is not attracting the
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the management is being compen
sated to some extent by the keen
appreciation of those attending
and it is felt that the prestige of
I the current week's production will
i have much to do with increasing
the audiences of the coining week.
I Again too much emphasis can
! not be placed on the stage setting,
I not only, for the illusion of creat
'ing a theatrical atmosphere in the
! high school auditorium, but for
its adherence to the period of 1885
in which the scenes are laid.
Hosoinano Thomas, who designed
the set, and who plays the part of
j Leonora 1'iske this week, shows
I a vcrsalctility of talents both as an
j actress and a stage designer,
j "Ladies in Retirement," which
had a long run on Broadway and
j was later made into a popular
! movie, is full of suspense and gives
I the players a chance to reveal their
j talents for playing different roles.
Louise Gagnon as Kllen Creed,
j the sister who felt responsible for
her two childlike sisters, gave the
! production unusual stability and
character and played her part with
keen understanding. She has the
power to make her audience feel
the strength which sustained her
The lo sisters. Grace Shiner as
For the interest shown in the
ping of our new and modern
CARL SW ANGER, Owner
Louise Creed and l'hyllis Luis as
Kmily, were well cast and their
contrasting personalities were per
fectly portrayed. Lach revealed
more talent than in last week's
W. Larence Henson. as Albert
Feather, the unscrupulous nephew,
was good in his part as a youth of
June Cole, as Lucy the maid,
upheld her role with amusing
ability and broke the depressing
elements of the play at just the
June Morley, as Sister Theresa
did her part well, but did not have
a role that gave any latitude for dis
playing her talents.
"The Theater in the Sky" is un
der the able management of Mau
rice Geoffrey, and is composed of a
group of players who have had wide
stage and radio experience. They
arc playing hero for five consecu
tive weeks, giving four perform
ances each of the five weeks.
Miss RoMMiiary Herman spent
last week at Montreat, where she
attended a conference of the West
minister Fellowship of he Synod
of North Carolina. Miss Herman
is a student at Woman's College of
the I'nivcrsity of North Carolina
and is spending the summer vaca
tions here with her parents.
Mrs. Robert Miller, of New
Haven, Conn., is visiting her son
and daughter-in-law here. Mrs.
Miller is the former Mrs. Hess
Francis Penny, of Waynesvillc, and
she and her husband both hold
positions with the Hotel Taft in
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Eighth V-2 Rocket Fired
At Proving Grounds
N. M The eighth V-2 rocket to
be fired experimentally at this
desert proving ground exploded
prematurely at an altitude of
25,000 feet. The wreckage was
scattered over a wide area, but
none of the observers was injured.
An official announcement said
structural deficiency caused the
mishap when a fuel tank rup
tured. The explosion was witnessed by
Secretary of War Hubert 1'. Hatter
son and his official party
The rocket tore into many pieces
as it disintegrated in iiuii-air The
pieces fell within approximately a
half-mile of the launching site
The rocket had been in the air
27 seconds before the explosion
The warhead, loaded with scienti
fic instruments, fell intact.
LI. Col. Harold Turner, com
mander of the proving ground,
said research will be continued to
avoid such an accident in the fut
ure. Secretary Patterson did not ap
pear dismayed or disturbed by the
"The work being done here is a
fine example of research and de
velopment of the Ordancc Depart
ment of the Army," he said.
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gerous when I he nut at the steer
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CHARLES E. WATSON
Waynesville Rt. 1
Box 111 Phone 479-J
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2'i Cans Turnip (ireens
2'j Cans Mustard Greens
All Sizes Sweetened
1(1 lit. Can Yellow Cling Peaches
10 II). Can Bushes Hominy
10 II). Can Sifted Early Peas
Here is an opportunity for
boarding houses, camps, and
families tq make substantial
savings on canned goods of
quality in case lots . . . See us
immediately these items arc
10 lb. Can Black-eyed Peas
10 lb. Can Tomatoes
1 Gal. Can Chocolate Syrup
1 Gal. Can Pure Cane Syrup
Laundry Soap, Case Lots
Laundry Powder, Case Lots
5 lb. Pack Canned Beef Bash
6 lb. Pack Pork Luncheon Meat
G lb. Pack Ready lo Eat Meat
No. 1 Can Orleans Cove Ojslers
6 lb. Pack Spiced Ham
6 lb. Pack Spiced Luncheon Meal
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