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and that he had participated in
the competition with 761 other
Jorth Carolina students frm 260
Make This Your
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l Mr. Rogers will direct the prumo
I tional nd educational booth at the
appliance show beint! held this
week-end at the Wavnesville Ar
i morv. This lispla will feature
a new and more compact hammer
null for lann use.
The new electrification advisor
is tile son of .1 F. Rogers of Crab
i tree He wa an active 4-H c lub I
member hetore completing high I
school, and served four ears dur
ing World War II with the Air
private. and parochial
We Have for Your
GARDEN . . .
All Small Bulk and
FIELD . . .
A kike Clover
White Dutch Clover
tied Top Grass
ORCHARD . . .
Liquid l ime Sulphur
Dry Lime Sulphur
Arsenic of Lead
VM.OItO FOR VOI R LAWN
AAA ORDERS HONORED
C. D. Ketner. Owner
Va ncs illc's winner is I he son
ot Mi and Mrs. attei' S. Kauf
man. The family aim' to this
. count r last year from France. Holt"
has been an honor student since ar
' riving in America, and he speaks'
both German and French fluently .
Despite his short attendance at
Wavnesville High, he is alreadv
a member ot the National Beta
Club His lather is the vice presi- ,
dent of the Wcllco Shoe Copula
tion Four oilier outstanding seniors
of Wavnesville Inch school were
elected In their classmate- to try
for the scholarships. Principal
Weatherhv said They were Eu
genia Boone. Mary Gemin Klcanor1
I-eatheruood and Jack Noland. i
Will Your Screens j
Last This Season?
CHOICE BRIEFS OF
From The Wires of Associated Press and I'nited Press
1 wnr rnsM
Officials of the East Carolina
partment says 23 deaf working per
sons were placed in jobs last year.
.1 M Vestal nf the Bureau of Labor
council of Boy Scouts of America for the dt,af savs tht, handicapped
, say the annual spring camporee persons foulld work in i6 occ-u-will
be held at Wilson April 16-18. j patioris Ret.01tis show that about
Some 2.000 boys are expected to n, n- .., ,,, th (il,af u..rsons in
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BOY GETS 30 YEARS
A 14-year-old Negro boy, David
Bryant, has- been sentenced to 30
years in prison for second degree
burglary. He was sentenced in
Orange county Superior Court. The
boy had been convicted of breaking
into a Chapel Hill home where he
stole a flashlight.
Carolina have productive
CHERRY SOUNDS WARNING
Gov. Cherry voiced two warn
ings this week. Commenting on
the president's civil rights pro-j
gram, he says the North Carolina
Democratic convention will have;
i "considerable to say" about Mr. ;
Truman's proposals. Secondly, he
took a blast at the 28 per cent flue
I cured tobacco acreage cut, which
he says will bring "a terrjble hard
ship" to small farmers in Eastern;
MECKLENBl'RG DRAMA GETS
The directorate of the Charlotte
Merchants Association this week
helped set the stage for the Meck
lenburg symphonic historical drama
by agreeing to cooperate with other
business interests in underwriting
$25,000 uf the society's expenses
this year. Total expenses are
estimated at $50,000.
With assurance of the funds, the
society plans to finance the drama
which would deal with the signing
of the Mecklenburg Declaration pf
Independance in 1775. Tentative
plans are to stage the proposed
drama in Charlotte this spring.
setting him afire. The women are
Mrs. Maud Hawkins, 52, and Mrs.
Bessie Snider, 39, who make their
home at the same address in Gas
tonia. The dog, howling with pain, was
reported to police by a number of
Gastonia residents Monday after
they saw him tear dewn a street,
his body a sheath of flames. The
crazed animal collided with a boy
on a motor bike during his wild
flight, and the youngster had to be
treated for injuries at a hospital.
Officers shot the burning dog after
he collapsed behind a store in the
downtown section of the city. So
licitor O. F. Mason, Jr., who des
cribed the case as "one of the most
shocking" he has ever encountered,
says a cruelty to an animal con
viction carries a sentence of 30
days to two years or a fine of $200
No date has been set for a hearing
in ihe case.
"You understand that this job calls for ruthless self-discioline!"
I MORE ABOIT
Don't look . . . just call '215 . . .
The 1MIOTFX WEATHERSTRIP
AND SCREEN CO. representative
will be slad to check your screens
for you II new screens are needed.
The PKOTKX WEATHERSTRIP
AND SCREEN -CO. handle the
famous WATSON All. METAL
SCREEN a screen that will last a
lifetime. So call :ij lor an estim
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Springtime is house clc.mini; time.
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pletely weather protect your house
before you start your Sprint; house
cleaning duties. They handle an
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will not rust or corrode. For a com
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by skilled mechanics call the PRO
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Asheville, X. ( . Ben Maylield will
be happy to discuss these problems i
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secretary : and Miss Merrill Green,
t rea surer.
During the campaign of one
week, volunteer workers will take
applications for membership in the
association, and at the close of the
membership campaign, the local
committee will choose the artists
for the coming season from a list
that includes virtually all the major
concert groups, singers, and in
strumentalists now before the
publie. All of the membership
dues of the non-profit association
will be used for the purpose of
engaging the artists and defraying
the small campaign expenses.
Similar organizations have been
operated successfully for several
years in other communities in the
state, and the formation of the
Havwond County Community Con-
I cert Asm . will add another to the
AND SCREEN CO.
143 College St.
Tran spurt Command ol the Army
Air Force. Since leaving the army,
he has been working under the
Y terans Administration as assis-
C: taut agricultural tearher at Crab-
Phone 2151 tree high school.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
GIVE IN YOUR POLL
MID AVOID PENALTY
All property owners and taxpayers in Haywood
County tire required to return to the list takers for taxcr
tion for the year 1948 all the Real Estate, Personal Prop
erty, etc., which each shall own on the first day o Janu
ary. All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 are
required to list their polls during the same time.
All persons who own property and fail to list it and
all who are liable for poll tax and fail to give- them
selves in will be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.
Haywood County Tax Collector
hundreds of cities and towns in
the United States and Canada an
nually enjoying the talents of lead
ing professional musicians on a
basis that guarantees the local or
ganization from deficit.
Mercury is the only metal which
is liquid at ordinary temperatures.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND
WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT
IN SUPERIOR COURT
HAZEL ARRINGTON WRIGHT
VERNONA FISCUS and husband,
J. A. FISCUS. CARROLL A.
HURD and husband. H. H. HURD,
ORLIE WRIGHT and husband,
Vernona A. Fiscus and husband.
J. A. Fiscus, Carroll A. Hurd and
husband, H. H. Hurd. Orlie A.
Wright and husband, John Wright,
the defendants above named, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenrced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, for the
sum of $8,135.39, due the plaintiff
by the defendants under a contract
whereby- the defendants' wwe to
deed their interests in certain lands
in Haywood County, N. C. to the
plaintiff in consideration of the
plaintiff supporting and caring for
said defendants' father and mother
for the balance of their lives which
the plaintiff claims she has done
and defendants refuse to comply
with their part of the contract and
are liable to the plaintiff thereby
in their proportional part for the
support furnished and services
rendered under said contract, and
further for their proportional part
of improvements made by plaintiff
on said lands as tenant in common,
and their proportion' part of the
funeral expenses of Laura Arring
ton. Said defendants will also take
notice that they are required to be
and appear at the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County. North Carolina,
in Waynesville, on or before the
5th day of April, 1948, or within
20 days thereafter, and answer or
demur to the complaint of the
plaintiff, or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the rblief
Said defendants will further take
notice that in said action a v.ar
rarrt of attachment against the
property of said defendants has
been issued and the following prop
BEGINNING on a stake in the
East boundary line of H. B. Plott
land and the Southwest side of the
public road, and runs with said line
S; IV W. 307 poles to a stake,
said Plott's Southeast corner;
thence Eatit 105 poles to a hick
ory near top of Horse Ridge; thence
down said ridge North 52 poles to
a stake on said ridge; thence N.
Z1M; W. 76 poles to a chestnut
oak on the West side of said ridge;
thence N. 16 ' W. 137 poles to a
spruce pine stump in the R. road
track survey; thence S. 87 W. 12
pedes to a stake; thence N. 47 pole
to a bead wood on Southwest bank
of Publie road, and on East bank
of a small branch, thence N. 76
W. 14' s poles to the beginning,
containing 1 IB acres, more or less.
EXCEPTING and RESERVING
from- said tract of land any por
tions included in the conveyance to
the two sons of W. L. Arrlngton
and wife, Laura Arrington, here
Being the same tract of land
conveyed in a ded from John Ar
rington and wife, Rachel Arring
ton. to W. L. Arrington, dated Sep.
Umber 24, 1881, and recorded in
Book "p- at page 72.
And that said warrant of attach
ment' is returnable before the un
dersigned Cler of the Superior
Court at his office in said County
on the 5th day of April. 1948.
This the 2nd day of March, 1948.
Ass't Clerk of the Superior
HANDICAPPED FIND WORK
The North Carolina labor
WOMEN CHARGED WITH
SETTING DOG AFIRE
Two middle-aged women have
been arrested on charges of soak
ink a friendly German shepherd
dog with a bleach solution and then
STATE'S FARM INCOME
DROPS NINE MILLION
North Carolina is one of only
four states in the nation whose cash
receipts from farm marketing
showed a decrease during 1947. ac
cording to C. Brice Ratchford, Ex
tension Farm Management special
ist at State College.
Although receipts for the nation I
as a whole rose 23 per cent from I
$24,500,000,000 in 1946 to $30,200,- I
000,000 in 1947 the farm income j
in Norm Carolina showed a de
crease of $9,200,000, Mr. Ratchlonl
said. Only other states showing .i
decrease were Delaware, South
Carolina, and Florida.
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