THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. Judy Prepares
To Leave For Korea
Mrs. Carl W. Judy and two chil
dren, Wesley and Carlene, have
gone to Charleston. W. Va., to
await orders from the mission
board to join Mr. Judy in Korea.
Since February. Mrs. Judy has con
tinued the work at the Bethel
church, where her husband served
as pastor before going to Korea.
A recent account of Mr. Judy's
experience in his new field of work
states that he has just made a trip
to Tientsin, China, to bring bark
1.000 Korean refugees from Com- J
munist territory Among other j
events of the trip was the discov- j
ery of a case of leprosy, and ali-o
a case of small pox. i
Special $50 Fee Must
Be paid By Taxis To
Enter Lake Junaluska
Max Cochran, special policeman
on the Lake Junaluska Assembly
grounds announced this week that
taxi cabs operating out of Waynes
ville on the Lake grounds will be
required to have a $50 mmmhi per
mit. He warned that opei a tors vi
olating this would be pro.-vuted.
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Twins Are Born
To Sisters In
Month Of June
Mr; Annie McCracken of East
Waynesville probably holds the
record for new grandchildren for
the month of June. She has just
received announcement of the ar
rival of the second set of twins for
Mr and Mrs Harry B. Beatty of
Arlington. Va.. have announced the
birth of twin daughters on June
30 at the George Washington Hos-
pital in Arlington. Mrs. Beatty is
the former Miss Margaret Mc
Cracken, daughter of Mrs. Mc
Cracken. On .liitu' 2, twins, a son and a
daughter, were bom to Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Best of Crabtree at the
Haywood County Hospital. Mrs.
Best the former Miss Sammie
McCracken and a sister of Mrs.
The Bests have one other child,
an H- ear-old son. and the Beatty s
nave two other sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rogers and
son, Ted, and Mr. Rogers' uncle,
Theodore Ferguson, have returned
from a month's visit to the West
Coast. They made the trip by
motor, going the Southern route
through Texas-1 Los Angeles and
returning by the northern route.
They also visited! Mir, and Mrs.
Orrin Cowtes la'ShohOffllsh, Wash.,
and spent some Jlme In Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore of
Waynesville- and Mr. and Mrs.
Brownie Prultfc 'tt Hefidersonville
spent the week-end in Louisville,
Rev. and Mrs. Huggins of
Charlotte will arrive tomorrow for
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mas
sie at their summer home on the
Pigeon Road. MrTTTugglns will take
part on the program at Lake Juna-
(Continued from Pae One)
St. John's Field
Mass And Picnic
Set For July 11
I On Sunday, July 11. the annual
Kield Mass and parish picnic of
St. John's cluirch will be held at
iChtTside Lake. Highlands. Holy
Mass will be ottered in the Cliff
side amphitheater at 11:00 a.m. The
sermon will he preached by the
i Hev Ray Anm o, assistant pastor,
St Paul's church, Jacksonville, Fla.
The outdoor Field Mass has been
an annual feature of St. John's
parish during the past ten years.
Round-trip transportatign is avail
able from all points of the parish
transportation can be made with
the chairman of the event. Mrs.
at $1 per person. Innervations for
Crews Moody. Waynesville, tele
Mr. and Mrs.
of Asheville are
mer session of t
of the Universi,ty
arold C. Parham
tiding the sum-
r mm i ww i
Don't Neglect Theml
Nature designed the kidneyi to do
rairvetouj job. Their task ia to kep th
flowing blood stream free of an xcesa of
toxic impurities. Too act of lirinf
itttlf is constantly producing waato
matter the kidneya muat remove from
the blond if good heath is to endure.
When the kidneys fail to function as
Nature intended, there is retention of
waste that may cause body-wide dis
tress. One may suffer naKfinc backache,
persistent headache, attacks of diuiaeas,
getting up nights, swelling, pu fines
under the eyes feel tired, nervous, all
Frequent, scanty or burning passages
are sometimes) further evidence ol kid
ney or bladder disturbance.
The recognised and proper treatment
la a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
tt rid of excess poim'J body waste,
se D&an'a Pill. They have had more
than forty years of public approval. Are
endorsed the country over. Insist on
ponn'f. Sold at all drug stores.
at Chapel Hlll.JjtSWrum is the
former Miss Sara Phyllis Terrell
of Lake JuaalufiJt
Mr. and Mrs. J D. Kelley of
Charlotte visited frAtds lh Waynes
ville last week en route to their
home from Florida.
Miss Carrie Wright of Elyria,
Ohio, is spending a week here as
the guest of her father, Joseph
(Continued from Page One)
spection lane has checked 7,502
automobiles In Western North Car
olina counties and has found 1,358
of them to have Improper lights.
Unequal braking paused 11 cars
to be rejected here Friday. Other
causes of rejection were exhaust
system, 8; windshield, 8; rear-side
glass, 6; steering alignment, 6;
steering assembly, 7; and hand
rtf ii , . . .
oi me cars rejected in the in
spection Friday, many applied for
a re-examlnatlon. Thirty-four of
these passed on their "second try.
Seventeen were rejected again.
From here the inspection crew
will take Its familiar yellow trail
er equipment to Canton for a two
week stay there, . The 'eight coun
ties which the crew covers are
Haywood, Transylvania, Jackson,
Macon, Swain, Graham, Cherokee
Members of the crew are San
ford Mann, Ed Patterson, Jr., J.
B. Pal, Jr., W. H. Nail and Mr.
The spur Waynesville drivers to
bring their autos to the Inspection,
notices are being placed on the
windshield of cars parked uptown
j You may call it a "light" bill,
but lighting's only a part of it. Actu
ally, it's a monthly pay roll for the
many electric helpers that make life
easier for you.
Have you ever, wondered what these
helpers cost you to run? Here's a
little test to see how good a guesser
you are. Put down what you think
it costs you to operate each electric
'appliance lot, one day.
Ira aad Uaaur TR
Ma m4 tat Mm
OH tarawr j---.-Inkat
aad MwtiM Nth
laaa .... -Skavor
Add thii daily toul aad aaaltf phf W ; 10 far
yoar monthly total. - ..i ' r"- ';
a aay x w daya fT1L .; p
That a your gueM. Compare ityitli rim
monthly electric bill. Most potato pitay
edipiale. That'a becaaac electjrldty 4
o much for so little f Yos'fSlijBJ., jt'f, .
a very light bill! '.- : , .
U f M Immr DmW Hmt - MANKW CAM.I AW) ttlft .- J. tHuSul Wll ,
OICHSSTIA, trn Utiir. lift M.. ffl, CMi
( CAROLINA POWin g IIOHT COMPAWf
and outwalked them all."
That's a pretty good record for
a grandmother. Mrs. Roth's two
sons are still amazea by their
mother's stamina. Thai's one rea
son she wrote her book: "So that
my grandchildren would under
stand what I did and not think 1
was just a funny old lady."
She's in Waynesville looking
over the country around here, but
4s afraid she won't ha much
time for hiking. "I'll walk out to
Lake Junaluska, maybe," she says.
She has to return to Birmingham
Mrs. Roth began her foot cam
paign over America twenty years
ago in California. Some friends
invited her and her small son to
take a walk up a mountain with
them. The bug hit her and she's
berti striding over the trails ever
"I just like to hop a bus for
some place on the map. get out
and start walking," she says. "A
couple of summers ago I went up
to New Hampshire to climb Mt.
Washington, one of the highest
mountains in the Eastern United
States. I went up it by myself
and beat the record by twenty
minutes. But 1 wouldn't want to
do that again. Never do any
thing twice, I say."
About eating, Mrs Hot Ii is a
strict adherent to Bernard Mo
Fadden's health regime. She does
not eat meat, especially pork.
"Nothing but good vegetables for
me," says the hiker.
Why can't most old people ca
vort about the mountains like she
does? Mrs. Roth says it is be
cause people smoke too much.
"You find out after you've climbed
a few mountains how much smok
ing hurts you." And riding in
automobiles softens you,, says she.
She's the lady who should know.
every hill around Asheville, she
claims. Which climb does she re
member most? "The trip up Pikes
Peak," says Mrs. Roth. "I couldn't
get anyone to go with me and it's
14,000 feet up there. You have to
go up at night and come down the
next day because there is no place
10 siay on lop. coming down a
mountain lion began trailing me
I sure did hurry. I'll never forget
the way he howled. U sounded al
most human," she shivered.
Where does she want to go
next? Mrs. Roth turns her head
to one side and says, "Well I've
never been out of this country
much. I'd like to go up to Alas
ka. They say you have to fly up
up there, and I don't care much
for that. But I'll probably go next
Of course, she'll be one ycdr old
er next summer a little further
past 60. "Believe me," says Mrs.
Roth, "years don't mean a thing.
Not a thing."
Dr. Paul Hoon
(Continued From Page One)
democracy is a religious idea and
a religious attitude. It is the ful
fillment in history of the words of
the Bible, "Blessed in that nation
whose God is the Lord."
Dr. Hoon continued by saying,
"For one thing, democracy Is not
something man has invented him
self, but is an effort to make hu
man government conform to God's
law, especially moral law. The
ideology makes man an end, not
a means, and it calls us to have
faith in human nature.
"Democracy," in the words of
our definition, "is the faith that
there are extraordinary possibili
ties in ordinary people." Democ
racy thus rests on two pillars, faith
in God and faith in man.
"But if democracy rests on faith
in human nature, we must remem
ber that we are part of that hu
man nature. Democracy depends
for its success on the kind of per
son you and I are. The American
ideology thus is not something
merely written out on paper; it is
above all something to be written
in our hearts and lives. It is what
we as individual citins do and
are. It is so to live, that if all
America were to live as we live,
America would fulfill the dream
God has in store for us," he con
cluded. The speaker was presented by
Rev. M. R. Williamson, pastor of
the Presbyterian church of Waynes
ville. Prior to the address, the High
School band, under the direction
of Charles Isley, had a band con
cert. The entire proceedings were
broadcast over WIICC.
(Continued from Page One)
young Rodeheaver was chosen the
cheer leader for his university. An
has been up and down j lvdnecllsl vis'"ng in that region
neeuea a song leader ana engaged
him for the job. That started him
on his evangelistic career. Billy
Sunday heard him coax a Chautau
qua audience in Winfield, Kans.,
into such an outpouring of song,
he decided he had found a song
leader after his own heart. They
worked together for 20 years.
Mr. Rodeheaver's outstanding
work during the past few years
has included a trip around the
world, visiting all the leading mis
sion fields. The aim was to find
the best way to promote the music
in foreign mission work. He has
fulfilled a year's contract with the
National Broadcasting Company,
in addition to leading the singing
for many noted groups and ap
pearing on hundreds of radio programs.
(Continued from page 1)
cialists from N. C. , State College
will assist the local leaders in ar
ranging the demonstrations.
Members of the general commit
tee named by Mr. Corpening are
Carl Woody. W. A. S danger, Joe
Phi lips, Ned Moody, L C. Moody,
Fcidie R. Green. VV. B. Poston,
Oder Burnette, Ira H. Cogburn,
J. H. Klnsland, G. H. Sinathers,
C. D. Church, Jack McCracken,
R. R. Briggs, G. C. Chambers. J.
M. Cathey, J. Marvin Long, C. S.
Rollins, H. M. Plott.
Ed. Justice, Jarvis Campbell,
Mark Ferguson, Chas. B. McCrary,
F. C. Green, Norman Hoglen,
Sam Ledford, Oral L. Yates, Thur
man Davis, A. C. Walker.
Jim R. Plott, Albert Ferguson,
Frank Medford, Lenoir C. Tvloody,
L. M. Sherrill, Paul Hyatt, H. H.
Garner, Jr., T. W. Cathey, Walker
Brown, Sherrill Plemmons.
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, W. C.
Russ, Harley E. Wright, J. B.
Hipps, William Osborne, C. C.
Francis, Roy Parkman, David Un
derwood, Howard Clapp.
Fred Mann, Fred Campbell, Jack
Rogers, Floyd Rhlnehart, Harvey
M. Dulin, Oscar Tedford, David
Felmet. Roy S. Haynes, Van C.
Wells, Frank M. Davis.
G. C. Palmer, Jr., Jule Noland.
C. D. Ketner, R. C. Francis. C. R.
Liner, James Kirkpatrick, Jack
McCracken, Jonathan Woody, W.
D. Ketner, Hallet Ward.
Enos Boyd. D. J. Boyd, Sam Fer
guson, T. W. Cathey, Hugh Rat
cliffe, George E. Stamey, J. L.
Westmoreland, Donald McCracken,
Wayne Stamey, Bill Plott.
Jerry Rogers, O. R. Roberts. R.
W. Howell, N. W. Carver, Fred Al
lison, Welch Singleton. Will A.
Medford, John Queen, Jr., R. C.
Francis, Carter Osborne.
From Army School Cannery
Cpl. Gene If. Howell of wMe
ville, graduated ihi .
i. K II J'!
School at SnnM i,7!"' t"l's
ill., tt was announced tod
Dase commander, Col
Graduated as a telephone
telegraph equipment rr,.
Corporal Howell is now qUo,
to perform maintenance and in',. '
lation of the coiun.unica', .'.p
equipment so vital in the oper ,
of thf new U. S. Air Force.
Corporal Kowell, son of t
and Mrs. G. V. Howell, K,.u '
completed high school here and '
iuiimi uiemDer of the
He i tin
aid ""uon f
,e I0C11 high Waf
reel ik ...tl
ler : ' S,St
Juzgado is the Spanish w,
a trial court. From it the I
the slang word "hoosegow "
ing a jail.
li" -i piant
which do not display the blue
"OK" sticker. The notice urges
the driver of the car have his car
checked before the last-minute
A look-out tower for pirates
stands in the center of Havana's
Malecon or sea wall drive. It was
built 400 years ago.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the law
of the United States of America,
and of a lien existing in favor of
the United States of America
against the property of Isabelle
D. Hess, ta Davis-Smith Shop,
Waynesville, N. C, the said lien
being recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Haywood
County, North Carolina, and by
reason of a warrant for distraint
for the nonpayment of assessed
taxes due, as evidenced by the
foregoing lien, and the following
described property having been
seized by the United States of
America from the said Isabelle D.
Hess under said warrant for dis
traint, the following described
tracts of land, lying and being in
Waynesville, Haywood County,
North Carolina, will be sold at
public auction for cash to the high
est bidder at the Court House door
of the County Court House of Hay
wood County, North Carolina, on
the 7th day of July, 1948, at 12
o'clock noon: First tract, begin
ning at a stake in East Margin of
Walnut Street and runs thence S.
82 degrees 30 min. E., 120 feet to
a stake; thence S. 10 degrees 30
min. W. 80 feet to a stake; thence
N, 82 degrees 30 min. W. 120 feet
to a stake in the edge of Walnut
Street; thence with the edge of
said street N. 10 degrees 30 min. E.
80 feet to the beginning. Second
tract, beginning at a stake at the
intersection of Hazel and Walnut
Streets and runs S. 82 degrees 30
min. E. 300 feet to a stake; thence
N. 10 degrees 30 min. E. 165 feet
to a stake; thence N. 82 degrees
30 min. W. 180 feet to a stake, cor
ner of above mentioned lot; thence
S. 10 degrees 30 min. W. 80 feet
to a stake; thence N. 82 degrees
30 min. W. 120 feet to a stake at
Walnut Street; thence with said
street S. 10 degrees 30 min. W. 85
feet to the beginning.
C. H. ROBERTSON,
Collector of Internal Revenue.
No. 1738 June 15-22-29, July 6
LOST Sunday two weeks ago, a
bill fold belonging to C. L. Mc
Clure. Return to Mountaineer of
fice. Jy 6
It Happened In Danville
But It's an Insult, Suh!
DANVILLE, Va. (UP) Danville
Democrats taking only slight in
terest in a mass meeting, elected
a Republican as a state convention
It was not until after Austin
Jones had been notified and
elected that the astonished Demo
crats learned he was a member of
the city GOP steering committee.
A motion to replace "hirri-faired '
under parliamentary rules.
Bells From All Over
In Priest's Collection
NEWPORT, R. I. (UP)
lecting bells from all over
world is the hobby of the Rev. Ed
ward A. Higney, 80, pastor of St.
Joseph's Catholic church.
Father Higney began his collec
tion some 25 years ago with the
50-cent purchase of a small hand
bell in Gibraltar. He added an
other in Paris and after he had I
bought a third one in Quebec, I
word circulated that he was a bell I
Since then1 he hasn't paid for a
single chime and has received
more than 300 bells as gifts from
friends, relatives and strangers
throughout the world.
HOUSING UNIT DOES RIGHT
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) The
local housing unit got a $6,000 cut
in rent when it found quarters un
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