PAY, MARCH 9, 1948
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
'in the Hazelwood-
Lxth anniversary of
L America is being
fghout the nation
Lt Week which be-
he morning service
Irian church in uni
l continue to jvear
is also making a
v,; n'wk to secure
io for giris in this
(present only three
are actively organ
?bave been inacle tor
jl troops in .he Uaz
iThere is still pri.-s.s-derslnp
in the Cen
y School, where (ill
Jessed a desire t j le
and in the East
ho will devote a few
fe this work is asked
Carl Katclitte, lead
fci for the council.
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kains ? Do n luue colli
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I util'it ronliiiii a modeil.
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Drug Muiu or uur Home-
Is Bride Of
Miss Frances Pennington, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Penning
ton of Somerset, Ky., was married
Saturday, February 28, to Carroll
F. Garren, son of Charlie Garren
and tne late mis. Mabel Oarren or
The wedding took place at the
home oi Mrs. W. W. Moore, sister
of the bride, with the Rev. C. H.
Green, pastor of the West Canton
Baptist churcn, performing tne
double ring ceremony.
Only members of the immediate
families were present.
The bride wore a pink gabardine
suit with brown accessories, and
her corsage was of white rosebuds.
Mr. and Mrs. Garren are making
their home in Canton.
Mrs. W. Curtis Russ and daugh
ter, Marguerite, accompanied Mr.
liuss to Italeigh Friday, where the
latter attended a meeting of the
State Education Commission, of
which he is a member.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Corpening
spent last week-end in Raleigh.
Joe Cline has returned to his
home alter spending the week
end in Kaleigh.
Mrs. Troy Wyche was called to
Pensacola, Fla., Saturday on ac
count of the death of her son-in
law, Sgt. William A. Byrnes, Jr.
jllEATRE OF TOMORROW" TODAY
'Theatre of Comfort and Courtesy"
Tuesday and Wednesday
Cartoon and News
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ave problems, too!
p mil hriof
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party line neighbors.
wlhprtt a rhanee
Y A "Time Out" between calls gives others 0
chance to use the line.
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When another party on the line has an
-I emergency, please release the line quieMy.
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When the line is busy, please "Hong Up
BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
A CANINE SUPER-PRODUCTION IN HOLLYWOOD
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TRYING TO Kt& SEVEN PUPPIES from squirming out of her arms while their picture Is being taken is no simple
task fot Ella Ra.'ncs, stage and screeD actress Her pet, "Bunny." (left) gave birth to the cute Utter In a
Hollywood kennel The pappy, "Jimmy- (right) Is owned by Louella Parsons, famed motion picture col
umnist Six of the U-tai brood are female and three are male, (International Soundphoto)
Miss Corbin Is
Mrs. Henry Foy, Miss Kffie Mor
row and Miss Alta Ponder were
joint hostesses on Saturday at the
Slcyland tea room, honoring Miss
Margaret Corbin, whose marriage
to Sam Cartner will take place on
March 27, at the Presbyterian
An arrangement of early spring
flowers centered the luncheon ta
ble and place cards were in the
bridal motif. The hostesses pre
sented a gift of silver to Miss Cor
bin. Guests were Miss Corbin, Mrs.
L. M. Richeson, Miss Born ice Har
rell. Miss Dorothy Martin, Mrs.
Sebe Bryson, Mrs. L. J. Cannon,
Miss Mary Louise Cannon, of Can
ton; Miss Sue Willard Lindsley and
Mrs. Howard Clapp.
Will Your Screens
Last This Season?
I)ji't look . . . just call 215 . . .
The PROTEX WEATHERSTRIP
AND SCREEN CO. representative
will be glad t check your screens
for you, If new screens are needed,
the PKOTEX WEATHERSTRIP
AND SCREEN CO. handle the
famous WATSON ALL METAL
SCREEN, a screen that will last a
lifetime. So call 215 for an estim
ate without obligation.
Springtime is house cleaning time.
. . . Let PROTEX WEATHER
STRIP AND SCREEN CO. com
pletely weather protect your house
before you start your Spring house
cleaning, duties. They handle an
all metal weatherstripping that
will not rust or corrode. For a com
plete' job installed and inspected
by skilled mechanics call the PRO
TEX WEATHERSTRIP AND
SCREEN CO. For screen and
weather protection needs contact
PROTEX WEATHERSTRIP AND
SCREEN CO., 143 College Street,
Asheville, N. C. Ben Mayficld will
be happy to discuss these problems
Of Clyde Miller
Miss Thomasine Watts, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Aulton 1). Watts
of Canton, was married to Clyde
Miller, son of Mrs. Let ha Bell Mil
ler of Canton, on February 29 at
The bride wore a blue gray suit
with black and white accessories.
Her corsage was of red roses. Miss
Hazel Miller, sister of the bride
groom. Miss Hetty I'oe, Sonny I'res
sely, and Bill Hhinchcart, all or
Canton, accompanied the couple to
An informal reception was held
at the home of the brides parents.
Attending the reception were mem
bers of the family and a few close
Miss .lane Wyche, who is a stu
dent at Woman's College, Greens
boro, is here to attend funeral ser
vices for her brother-in-law, Sgt.
William A. Byrnes, Jr.
Home gardeners who are inter
ested in getting .strawberry plants
this year are advised to get in
touch with the county agent by
March Ki to take advantage of a
C. P. & L.
Company Now Serves
2,260 Rural Homes
Carolina Power & Light Com
pany's postwar rural line-building
program has brought 57 miles of
new rural lines to Haywood Coun
ty, furnishing electricity to 610
rural homes for the first time.
CP&L now has more than 165
miles of rural lines In operation in
Haywood County alone, serving 2,
260 rural homes. 1947 saw com
pleted 45 miles of these lines, add
ing 468 farm homes to the list.
The rural line-building program
has been one of Carolina Power &
'Light Company's major undertak
ings. Since the war, CP&L has
built 4,288 miles of line to serve
28.000 farm homes throughout its
system, 2,850 miles of these lines
being completed during 1947 to
bring electric service to 17.000
The Company now has nearly
11,000 miles of rural lines in oper
ation throughout its territory, serv
ing almost 70.000 farm homes. Still
another 500 miles of rural lines
have been completed except for
installation of transformers. These
lines will serve an additional 2,-
600 customers as soon as trans-
The Haywood County Singing
r-onvention will be held Sunday af
ternoon, at 1:30 p.m., at the court
house, it is announced by Tom
Queen. The public is invited.
formers, which have been on order
for some time, are delivered and
can be installed.
DON'T SQUEEZE THCMI IfMttad Mi
U.UUX and m how mioly llt It
bidet ugly pimpte it lns tbtiu ""J"'
lint trial. Not a freaay ar that lfPj
thri on, but a aoothiix abdicated liqldd that
relieve itching drive redneaa oat.
AU for KLEEHEX at all druaguu. j0
Oouba your tnonajr bmck If it IttU.
Smith's Cut Rata -jDn siore
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Available in Dress Print Bags at Your Chesterfield Feed Store
EARLE-CHESTERFIELD MILL CO.
Asheville North Carolina
AND SCREEN CO.
Asheville, N. C.
143 College St.
Market Very Active
Livestock receipts were moder
ate, totaling, .approximately 625
head, at the Asheville auction sale
last week. The market was very
Good beef type rows ranged
from 16.00-18.75, medium 14.00
16.00, canners and cullers from
12.00-14.00. Heifers showed a gain
ovw the previous sale, with good
stockers clearing from 18.00-22 50,
and fair to medium types 1:175
17.00. Offerings of calves were
fairly heavy, with good fat vealers
selling as high as 29 80, medium
types 20.00-2500. culls and dairy
Very lew steers offered with me
dium to good stockers ranging from
20.00-24.00 and fair to medium at
16.00-19.00. Good butcher hulls
steady at 20.00-22.50 and fair to
medium types from 17.00-2000.
Approximately 50 head of sheep
were offered with most old ewes
ranging from 11.00 down and me
dium lambs clearing around 18.00.
In television, each individual
picture is drawn by light in about
Phone 215 'oBe-thirt ieth of a second.
Waynesville, North Carolina
MATINEE SATURDAY 2 and 3:30 SUNDAY 2 and 1P.M.
NIGHT SHOWS 7 and 9 Daily SUNDAY 8:30 Only
Children Under 12 Years 12c Including Federal Tax
Adults. All Seats 35c Including Federal Tax
Tuesday, March 9
Gone With The Wind
CLARK GABLE and VIVIAN LEIGH
Wednesday, March 10
Fear In The Night
PAUL KELLEY and KAY SCOTT
Thursday, March 11
The Guilt Of Janet Ames
ROSALIND RUSSELL and MELVYN DOUGLAS
Friday, March 12
The Return of Rin Tin Tin
DONALD WOODS and BOBBY LAKE
JEFFERSON STANDARD serves Policyholders
from the Carolinas to California.. the
Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico.
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IN 1947 Jefferson Standard served a greater number of policyholders than ever before and made substantial gains
volume of new business and financial strength. ThiS achievement is high tribute to the loyal group of field representa
tives whose skilled services made this record-possible. Through their efforts the comforting protection of life insurance
was brought to additional thousands of families during the year.
Today's high income taxes and low returns on investments have intensified the problem of estate creation in.rj
conservation, thus causing the American people to value more than ever the security and personal satisfaction whii.b
life insurance affords. In 1947 FOUR OUT OF FIVE families enjoyed the protection of life insurance. Jefferiuij
Standard provides more than $745 million of this protection.
HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST EARNED
1947 marks the eleventh consecutive year thit
Jefferson Standard has led all major life insurance
companies in rate of interest earned on invested
HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID
On funds left in trust extra income to policy
holders and beneficiaries.
INSURANCE IN FORCE
Now $747,501,522 which represents an increase of
over $75,000,000 for the year.
STRONG FINANCIAL POSITION
Assets increased more than $20,000,000 in 1947
and now total $199,857,286. Surplus, Capital and
Contingency Reserves total $23,500,000. a new
high mark in additional funds for policyholders'
Payments to policyholders and beneficiaries aggre
Kated $8,664,444 in 1947, bringing, total paymenti
since organization In 1907 to more than $167,700,000.
NEW POLICY PLANS
At the close of 1947 efferson Standard made sev
eral new policy plans available to the public, in
cluding a wide range of policies for children.
SALES HIGHEST IN HISTORY
Sales of new life insurance in 1947 reached a total
of $118,272,288, a new company record.
4 hi Annaai Statement
3 1,1 947
United States Government
All Other Bends
Listed i;'riirtfip.- nrr rarrind
at ninrkrf, rust, nr mil
Trier, whichever is lowest.
First Mortgage loans .
Real Estate . . . . .
Loans to Our
Policyholders . .
Srrtirrd hv ti" c.arfh values
Investment Income in
Course of Collection
Premiums in Course ot
All Other Assets ...
Policy Reserve ... $149,tio.iiV
A fund which with future
premiums and intercut
earninKS provide for the
payment nf rmlicy nhliirn
tinns as they fall due.
Reserve for Policy
Claims on which completer!
prrKtfs have not been re
ceived. Reserve for Taxes .
Premiums and Interest
Paid in Advance . .
Policy Proceeds Left
with Company ...
Policyholders . . .
Reserve for All Other
liabilities . . .
Reserve '$ 1,S00,000
Total Surplus Funds for
of Policyholders .
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S. E. CONNATSER
Waynesville. N. C.
JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE JNSURANCIt COMPANY
- J : X FOUNDED 1907
' RALPH C. PRCr, PrHdnt
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ho Mi 'officii, grcensborCnorth cArouha
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