MARCH 19, IMS
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
; And Two
lv Scouts receiv-
fed mure man u
L guarded at the
tf the Court of
Ln Kiver district,
jemng at Bemei
300 was present
Ltd with Scout
acting as court
5 wire advanced
12, Scout Ken
ie pledge to the
:utiun was by the
iv.nks and three
vriv the highest
tin' Court at
hut li uf Canton
i ln Life Scout
illation of their
. W. Morgan,
(ii Canton troop
blj Ledford of
ciwd llieir Star
lie l oil IH'li, con-
tt 1 1 v lor Billy
'ml 1. and Law-
Swift of Waynesville troop 2;
Joseph Early, Earl Mills and Arn
old Hannah of Waynesville troop
3; Ronald Hall and Norman Put
nam of Lake Juualuska troop 8;
and Jack Chason and Buddy Mull
of Bethel troop 12.
Eight Scours received promo
tions to second class rank, present
ed by Rev. Mabry. They were
Alvin Worley, J. Dale McCracken,
Bobby Moore, George Cagle and
Jerry Warren of Canton troop 1;
Pat Long of Canton troop 4, and
Ray Singleton, Roy Singleton and
Ralph SingletoD of Bethel troop 12.
The Singleton triplets, Ray, Roy
and Ralph, received hearty ap
plause as they went up together
for their second class promotion.
Eight first class promotions were
also awarded, the presentations
being maae Ty L. K. Gates, Sr. The
promotions went to Paul Henson,
Robert Pless and Bobby Mills of
Canton troop 1, Aaron Gibson of
Waynesville, and Richard King,
Bill Mason, Bill Branson and Tom
Newman of Canton troop 4.
Thirty-two Scouts received one
or more merit badges, awarded
by Bill Prevost to the following:
Canton troop 1 Paul Benson,
Earl Lee Lewis, Charles Poindex
ter, Tom Craig, Hugh Powell, B.
M. Smathers, Carol McCracken,
Bob Mills, Bill Nix and Craig
Waynesville troop 2 Tommy
Gibson, Charlton Davis, Joe How
ell, and Charles Messer.
Canton troop 4 Max Smathers,
Bill Mason, Tommy Clark, Charles
Hawkins, Pat Matthews, Francis
Pless, Richard King and Bill Bron
son. Bethel troop 12 Kenneth Lowe,
Davis Whitesides, Hugh Terrell,
Jr., William Malnous, Phil Sher
rill, John Rigdon, Jr., Aldie Cook,
Jr.. Charles Malnous, Jr., Jimmy
Canton Men Given
$20(1 In Champion
Cheeks totaling $200 were de
livered Wednesday to six 'Canton
Champions who were declared win
ners of the Robertson Safety Award
contest in which upwards of 100
Champions submitted articles on
"My Plan To Reduce Injuries To
My Fellow-Workers." It was an
nounced through Chips Wednes
day. Winning first place and $100 was
Dan Tate, son of J. M. Tate, chief
of mill police. Dan, a senior
chemist in chemical laboratory, has
been with Champion since Decem
ber 10. 1945.
Second place honors, carrying
a $50 check, went to Gaston B.
Duckett, crew leader in finishing
area, who has been with Champion
since December 12, 1924.
In third place with a $25 check
tucked away in his pocket was R.
H. Galloway, a member of the mill
police force, who came with Cham
pion June 8, 1929.
Willis Virgil Setzer, of Ship
ping, and Jacx L. White, mechani
cal trainee in R. and A., placed 4th
and 5 th, respectively, in the con
test and drew $10 checks each.
Setzer, with Champion since May j
1, 1941, is the son of C. J. Setzer,
Sr . of R and A rienartment while I
White, who came to Champion
April 12, 1946, is the son of Logan
White, Champion machinist.
In sixth place was Zane Grey
Hall, Champion electrician, em
ployed August. 3, 1937. Hall re
ceived a $5 check.
Burress and Bobby Fore.
Canton troop 16 Jack Edwards.
In A Nutshell
President Truman's speech to
Congress in a nutshell:
Situation in Europe: "Critical "
America's goal: "Lasting peace
oased on freedom and justice."
1. Speedy enactment of Eur
opean recovery program.
2. Universal military training.
3. Temporary draft, to maintain
armed forces a t authorized
4. "Full support" for the five
nation agreement signed in Brus
sels today calling for economic co
operation and common defense
The choice: "We must be pre
pared to pay the price of peace,
or assuredly we shall pay the price
Hats and Hairdos
Special Holy Week
T 1 Ttl'11
Special broadcasts of Holy Week
messages will be presented 'over
station WHCC Monday through i
Saturday of next week, from 2:15 to i
2:30 p. m., sponsored by the First t
Methodist church of Canton, il is
announced by Rev 1.. E. Mabry.
Devotional services during Holy
Week also are to be held at the I
first and Central Methodist church
es of Canton and Rockwood church,
starting at 7:30 o'clock each even-;
SPRING DUET . . . Worn on side of the head, Milan straw
piolile picture hat by Madame Pauline is perfect comple
ment to short hairdoo designed by Vergnes.
Senators in the Philippines leg
islature serve a six-year term,
representatives, a four-year term.
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By BETTY CLARKE
AP Ncwsfeatures Beauty Editor
YOU should bo able lo find a hat for your hairdo long boh or
closely cropped this spring, llatless women have made milliners sit
up and take not ice. The fanciest, most feminine, be-ribboned bonnets
have been gathering dust on milliners' shelves. Some tills got ac
customed to going without hats, others complained thev couldn't find
hats to suit their hairdos.
So. realizing the seriousness of the situation, which has cut into
hat sales, hair stylists and milliners are Irving lo net together. The
trend to tie up hats and hairdos is good news, says the Coiffure Cre
ation Council, which predicts that probably from now on. when n new
hairstyle becomes popular, you will be able lo buy a hat that will
complement it instead of hiding it.
Small hats will be available for the girl who has a short haircut .
the lady who clings to the upsweep, the chignon or the simple coiffure.
Girls who have adopted the new short hairdos but haven't been
able to find hats to complement them, might do well to keep two style
models in mind to guide them when they shop. Try a straw profile
picture hat which sets well on one side of the head without disturbing
I he coiffure. Or, a saucy straw roller hat if you want something youth
ful and unsophisticated.
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CAREER GIRL . . . Long bob HERE'S HER CHOICE . . ,
coifed in new short stylo. Jaunty strawbraid roller to
Designed by D'Amico. wear with her new hairdo.
JIM V. WHITTI.I)
Jim W. Wliitti'd. 79. died Wed
nesday morning at the home of a
j son, llohart Wliitted. who lives
j near Canton.
j funeral services will he held at
2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at
Wesley chapel on South Turkey
I Creek in Buncombe county, with
ilhe Rev. G L. Lovelt, the Hev. L.
!E. Mabry and the Hev. George
jculbrcth ollicialmg. Burial will be
I in the church cemetery. Wells
(funeral home is in charge of ar
1 rangements. Grandsons will serve
las pallbearers, granddaughters as
I flower bearers.
I Surviving are two daughters,
Mrs. Fred Robinson of Candler and
Mrs. Grady Williamson of Canton;
three sons ,1 lobar), 'led and John,
all of Canton; one brother. F.d of
California, and one sister, Mrs.
Hester Swain of South Carolina.
G ROVER C. CHAMBERS
Grover Cleveland Chambers. 62,
a farmer, died Wednesday in a lo
cal hospital following an extended
illness. He was a native of the
Bethel section of Havwood coun
ty. Funeral arrangements, under the
direction of Garrelt funeral home,
were incomplete yesterday after
noon. Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Esther Lee Welis Chambers; one
son. Bovd Chambers of the United
Slates navy; two daughters, Mrs.
Robert McCracken ol Waynesville,
R.F.D. No. 1 and Mrs. John Bar
rett of Bethel; one brother, Erastus
Chambers of Sedro Woolley, Wash.;
six sisters, Mrs. Alma Chambers,
Mrs. Ned Moody, Mrs. Elsie Blay
lock. Mrs. Tom Terrell and Mrs.
Delia Burnett, all of Canton, R.F.D.
No. 3, and Mrs. Bill Rechin of
Juneau, Alaska; and four grandchildren.
STEVE C. WORLEY
Funeral services for Steve C.
Worley, 81, retired farmer, who
died at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Ted Green, in Clyde, Mon
day, were held Wednesday after
noon at Beaverdam Methodist
! Church. The Rev. I. A. Rhinehart
and the Rev. I. W. Scott officiated
and interment was in the church
Grandsons served as pallbear
ers. Surviving besides Mrs. Green,
are three other daughters. Mrs.
Findley Foster, of Candler, and
Mrs. Clinton Worley and Mis.
Grady I'arhani, of Canton; f.ur
sons, William, Angus, and John
Worley, all of Canton, and Roy
Worley, of Chester, Pa.; and two
brothers, Chester Worley, of Can
ton, and Singo Worley, of Leices
ter. Wells Funeral Home of Canton
was in charge of ararngements.
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Books Given To
In Memory Bailey
Four books have recently been
vmed in the Canton Public Li
brary as memorials to the late J.
T. Bailey, a loyal supporter of
the library. These have been pre
sented by friends of Mr. Bailey,
"The Shirt-Sleeve Diplomat''
Ambassador to Mexico by Josephus
Daniels presented by Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde R. Hoey. Jr.
"The Tar Heel Editor and the
Wilson Era years of peace, 1910
1917" presented by Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Helder.
"The Indians of the Americas"
from the stone age to the present
time presented by Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. Gates.
"The Precious Secret" by Ous
ler presented by Mr. and Mrs. R.
Special book plates are placed
in each of these memorial books.
TOO MANY WEDDINGS
Judge Q. K. Nlmocks of New
Hanover county Superior Court is
studying judgment for a 19-year-old
girl charged with bigamy.
Helen Christine Koliler is charged
with four marriages and only one
divorce. Nimocks has described
her as "a marryin' gal and still
Canton Bank Installing
Night Depository Vault
The Haywood county bank has
purchased, and is in the process
of installing a night depository and
a modern vault ventilating device,
it was learned from J. E. Relster,
vice president, this week.
The vault ventilator is electric
ally operated and provides fresh
air for any number of persons who
might be locked inside, accidental
ly or otherwise. Conversation can
also be carried on with those out
side the vault.
And other standard makes.
Everything for the home.
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