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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Europe Has Long Hard
Road To Recovery, Dr.
Smith Tells Roiarians
Editor Has Just
Visit In Europe
"It will take Europe 95 years to
recover and return to normalcy."
Dr. Hoy L. Smith, editor of the
Christian Advocate, the world's
largest religious publication, told
fiotarians here last I'riilav Dr.
Smith spoke from first-hand in
formation gathered on a recent
trip to Kurope. as a member of the
president's food commission.
'The food situation is improving
on Western Kurope. but remains
critical in central Kurope." he said,
as he explained that new crops were
bringing some relief and shipments
from this country were improving
Dr. Smith was in Kuiope for 30
days and returned June first.
"There is a titul wave of com
munism sweeping t h r o u g h o u t
Europe. There is discouragement,
restlessness and an uni-ertaints
about money values." he continued.
He pointed oul how overnight the
value of currency had dropped to
nothing, and people were alraid of:
In discussing internal ion bank
ing, Dr. Smith said. "There can lie
no real recovery of world trade
until the disrupted standard rate
Of exchange is stabilized." He up
held the American loan to the
British, by saying, "no nation has
taken more than the British. No
28 Members Of School
Band Now Taking Study
Isley Urges That
Be Turned In
With 28 members- of this fall's
High School Band now taking
special instructions, free of charge,
from the director. Charles lsley.
he is looking forward to having it
in top notch shape for their Labor
Students with instruments that
need repairs are urged by Mr.
Isley to bring them to him so that
he may send them off immediately.
He also is placing orders for new
instruments, and musicians who
wish to get them are asked to see
him now so the instruments will
return here before sc hool starts,!
Lessons presently are being given
at the Presbyterian church from
9 a. m. to n p. m Mondays. Tues
days and Wednesdays. The in
struction is private, and the cbst
is borne by the Board ot Kducatipn.
Other band candidates arc urged
to join the summer practice, and
can make arrangements with Mr.
Isley or at the Board of Kducation
office for the hours of instruction.
Those who now are taking les
Klute section - Kugenia Boone,
Joe Fortner. and Malcolm illiam
son. Jr : Clarinet irginia W ilson,
DR. W. KERM1T CHAPMAN
OFFICE IN BOYD BUILDING
WAYNESVILLE. N. C.
During her Irish. . . a complimentary
box f Du Barry Face Privder in jour
fwvoriie shatfe nvill be included
ivith every DuBarry purchase.
nation has been more severely ra
'lioned. Today there is no bread
served in puuiic eating places, and
i shoes cost S2.) a pair, shirts from
S9 to $15. It will take the British
the next 10 years to overcome their
present economic plight." he con
tinued. I In contrasting the nations ov r
I run by Germany. Or Smith said
I Austria. Poland and Hungary were
the hardest hit. Belgium perhaps
fared best, with Holland next. The
Germans mmcd supplies and' fact
; ories into Belgium, feeling that
! Kngland and Krance would not fight
through Belgium, but go direct to
Germany soil. When the retreat
began, the Germans did not have
1 lime to dismantle their plants or
move their supplies with them.
' This, however, was not true of Hol
: land. The Germans stripped llol-
land of everything as they went,
and Dr. Smith pointed out, "The
Dutch are having to start from
Dr. Smith highly praised the
spin! and determination of the
Polish people. "They want the
truth, they want peace, and they
arc striving towards that goal." he
said as he told of speaking over the
nation-uide radio. Dr. Smith was
presented by Dr. I'rank S, Love, i
superintendent of Lake .lunaluska '
There were 2!) visiting liotarians.
and David ll.valt was welcomed as I
a new member, being presented by :
Tom Lee. ,lr.
Betty June McCracken. Ann
Bischolf. Vivien Watkins. Joan
Mollis, Dorothy Gaddis. Mildred
Medlord. Katherine Hyatt. Kliza
belh Davis and Lillian Knox
Saxophone A a r o n Hyatt. J o e
Morrow, Mark Hogi-rs. and Dan
Watkins, Jr.: cornet S a m m i e
Wiggins. Johnny Medford, and
Tommy Curtis; french horn Joyce
Underwood; t r o m bone E a rl
Hoglen and Richard Smith; bass
Charles Edward Robinson; per
cussion Kuth Innian. Donnie
Leatherwood. Gene Hampton, and
' Skin Area of Animala
Compared with their weight,
small animals possess more tkin
area than large animals, a good ex
ample being the mouse which has,
relatively, about 100 times as much
skin area as an elep'iant. Oddly,
this weight-surface factor irter
niines the speed with which an ani
mal falls, for instance, down a deep
mine shaft. While a pony would be
badly crushed and a cat would be
killed but not mutilated, a mouse
would not be hurt because its rate
of fall, after the first 100 feet or so,
would be retarded and kept steady
by the greater air resistance.
We used to know a fellow that
winked only while looking for a
job for his wife.
Beauty consultant of the
Richard ITudnut Salon and the
DuRarry Success School will be
at Smith's Cut-Rate Drug Store
counter all next week.
To help you with your beauty
problems . . . she will chart a
Success-O-Plan for you. It's
a simple beauty organizer
to teach you fundamental
beauty habits for improving
face, figure and fitness the
Du Barry Success School way.
Cut Rate Drug Store
By MRS CREWS MOODY
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell
had us their guests last week their
daughter Mrs Dick Wilson and
children of Sylva, and their son
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ditk
Campbell and baby.
Dwight Hall spent several days
last week with friends in Murfees
Mrs. Grady Moody is back
home from a two weeks visit at
Fort Pierce. Kla., where she spent
the greater part of her time enjoy
ing the deep sea fishing.
Sgt. Wayne Wright is here on a
furlough from Old Kield, Mass. and
is with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
An increasing number of our
boys are reenlisting in the service.
Among those who have recently
gone back into the service are
Dick Moody, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Grady Moody, Charles Moody, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Moody and
Sgt. Wayne Wright.
Guests at Moody Farm
The following guests are stopping
at the Moody Farm this week; Mrs.
Jessie II. Keyes, Miss Alice Ilentz,
Mr and Mrs. Frank Acheson.
of Wiuterhaven, Fla., Mrs. Hattie j
Scott. Mrs. May Garner, and Miss
Carolyn Garner, of Kulfport, Miss, i
Miss Jackie Morris, of Haltiesburg. I
Miss. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kcker. 1
Mis J. K. Harrison, Miss Edith
Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Waterman, Mr. and Mrs. Everett
('line. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goyen. I
of Miami. Fla ; Mr. and Mrs. A '
F l-'reednian, of Clearwater, Fla . '
Mi . and Mrs Harvey T. Hai i is
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Leverette, Mi
ami Mrs ,1. A. Baggett, Mr. and
Mrs. U. W Barnes. Mr. and Mrs.
I'olmer Madson. of Orlando, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Neeld. of:
Kustis. Fla . Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Christian, and Buzz and Chris, of
Cleviston, Kla., Mrs. W. M. Bullard. j
Mrs. V. It Price. Bill Bullard. of
Gainsville. Fla . Mrs. Bettie Rogers
of Meridian. Miss, and 11. W. Thorn-1
berry, ot Jacksonville Fla., (this
is Mr. Thornberry's 20th season at
Guests at Harold-Ken-Dale Farm
The following guests are stopping
at Harold-Ken-Dale this week; Miss
Kathleen Bailey, Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Ross, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Tucker, and
Tommy Bass, of Melbourne, Fla., Mr
and Mrs. George Boring, St. Peters
burg. Fla , Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Waters, Miss Mary Waters, Mrs.
J. R. Harrison, of Fort Pierce, Kla .
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ousley, and
Linda, of Miami: Mr. and Mrs. G.
C. Coggins and Mr. and Mrs. Coy
Coggins of Thomasville; Mrs. Belva
Barnes, and Miss Barnes of Denton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ketner, and
Julia and David Ketner, of
Pinnacle Mountain Will
Be Next For Hiking Club
The Wilderness Hikers of Ashe
ville will go this week-end to Pin
nacle mountain. The club bulletin
explains the trip as follows: "This
outstanding peak is famous for its
fine views and succulent huckle
berries which ripen fully along
about this time.
"We shall drive there by way of
Kanuga Lake and ascend the peak
front the Crab Creek valley. On
the return trip we shall take time
out for a dip in Lake Osceola.
Total hiking distance will be only
The group will leave from the
Asheville bus terminal at 9 a. m.
Sunday, July 28. For transporta
tion reservations persons who wish
to join the group may telephone
numbers 5039 or 626, Asheville.
AS REDIN CASE
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PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS fh the trial of Nicolal Redin, Russian naval
officer charged with espionage, are shown in the Seattle, Wash., court,
as they presented the case to a jury of five women and seven men. They
are Allen Pomeroy (left) and Victor E. Anderson. The final arguments
for the prosecution were made by Anderson. liternatiojwl)
ARMY NIGHT FIGHTER PLANE DEBUT
THIS POWERFUL P-82 twin Mustang night fighter Is shown making its
debut over Los Angeles. The Army Air Forces revealed that the new
fighter craft has a top speed of more than 475 miles per hour. The center
piece contains radar equipment which can easily be jettisoned. Having a
top operating efficiency altitude at 45,000 feet, the new plane has an
armament of .50 caliber machine guns, but It is capable of carrying 20
rockets or two 1,000-pound bombs. (International Soundphoto)
LOSER GREETS ITALIAN PRESIDENT
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OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE in the recent elections In Italy, Benedetto
Croce (left) shakes hands with Enrico de Nicola, after the latter had
been elected Provisional President of the Italian Republic by the Con
stituent Assembly. The scene of the congratulations is Naples, strong
hold of the Italian monarchists. (International RadiODiioto)
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HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUMBROWN AVENUE
WENT TO JURY
Pvt. Edd J. West
Spends Short Furlough
At Home With Parents
Private Edd J. West, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. West of Fines Creek,
spent a few days furlough with his
parents this week. Pvt. West en
tered the service in February of
I this year and was inaieieu m run
I From Bragg he was ?ent to Camp
i Lee, Va for his basic fining and
is currently stationed at :he Vir
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