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THE WAYNESV1LLE MOUNTAINEER
Union Services
(Continued from Paee 1;
dicated at the close of the service.
All loose offering will be divided
equally among the churches having
a part in the Union service.
We cordially invite members of
the congregations, and those having
no church home to worship in this
special Thanksgiving service The
whole program will last one hour.
THE PROGRAM -Organ
Prelude
invocation 1. G. Elliott Choral
liesponse
Hymn No. 307 Come. Ye Thank
ful People. Come"' Flvey
President's Proclamation of
Thanksgiving C. N Clark
Responsive Reading of the
Scriptures K.laar H GooUl
Praver of Thanksgiving
K I.. Young
Ottering tor Orphanages
Anthem "Prayer of Thanksgiving"
lOld Dutch Mi'luodyi Kremscr ;
Sermon by M R Williamson
ttvnin No. 47 --"Rejoice. Ve
Pure In Heart Messiter
Benediction F H l.e;itlHivood
-Choral Response
Organ Posilude
Ready For Tobacco Show Friday
ft - - : i 9
f H it I
Symphony Orch.
(Continued from Page 1
nd varied.
Fourth Appearance
Thi U'itl ho thp fnnrth fllltipar- I
ance of the Little Symphony in j persons Is anticipated at the meet-
Waynesville and it is
MORE ABOUT
Polio
(Continued From Page 1
Harrell is currently treasurer for
the Canton area.
A good attendance of interested
Good Tobacco
(Continued from Puce I)
:j . i inn. Local CIVIC orsaiiiMmuiia
ted and encouraged to should he taken in order that cor-
one of the most important events sen(J representatives to the meet- rect grading should be done, be
cause floor prices and government
grades will be exactly the same
the last day of the season as of the
opening day. The burley tobacco
market will open in Asheville on
Monday, November 29.
$5,000 bond was li..,.
22. Officers said that t. ta, '
en bj- Green si ruck th.. u.. ' Jlu'
The Kentucky tobacco specialist1 tnci h.v.,-Q ... " ,
...j .v,. .j .i" me tini
son vehicle struck Has
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tobacco should be put on sticks,
pressed and taken to market and
put on baskets in the warehouse,"
he said.
reported that time and care
MORE ABOUT
Frank E. Hu
It receives
from both
lkioo.l Countx Agent Waym: Coi pening is i,turel above t-.xam-imng
several luituls of tobacco grown by 1). .1. Uo1 of Jonathan
Creek that will he entered in the Tobacco Show Friday. afternoon in
connection with the Tobacco Harvest Festival. Shown above are:
Mr. Bod. left. Halph Boyd, center, and the county agvnl
of the spring season
enthusiastic responst
children and adults.
The North Carolina Symphony is
the first state supported orchestra
in the nation and has achieved na
tional recognition under the leader
sWp of Dr. Swalin. As a cultural
force and advertisement it is con
sidered one of the State's greatest
assets.
Mr. Kilpatiick and his commit- the
lee will he assisted in the mem
bership drive lr. a number of per
sons throughout Hip town and
county.
ing Wednesday.
The epidemic during the past
summer has drawn heavily on the
national foundation fund, making
it more urgent to increase the con
tributions this year, it was pointed
out.
Mr. Hyatt stated that $9,000 was
raised in Haywood county last year.
He explained that $4,500 remained
in the county and the other sent (o
national foundation. The na
tional foundation has already ad
vanced Haywood county around $1.
000 during the past polio epidemic
and $3,300 is expected in the near
American explorers once found
in New Guinea a small kangaroo
that climbs trees.
future, Mr. Hyatt reported.
Other officers for the Waynes
ville area are Mrs. J. R. McCrack
en, secretary and Jonathan Woody,
treasurer.
Hi--.
"There are
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indication.
two cars were racing -,.
bumper-to-buniper
said.
Mr. llaynes was ,,,.
home, after having doiu.
'nine milkine uuh,,., .,
hnnin a... "''n.l,.,,,
that Haynes plunged out
of hfsNcar. The body
225 feet, and the hoo,i
crushmi in ,1 . "' 'il
... uul .,
said. The victim's li, .-,,l ,.
open, back broken, as u,',
legs and am,;. '
Green, a bu
tl
Hiring
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given a hearing at the
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PARK THEATRE
PROGRAM
UKDNKSDAY NOVEMBER 21
Joe Palooka Fighting Mad
Starring
JOE KIHKWOOI) and THE 1MEOOK.A CANT,
THl'KSDA V. NOVEMBER 25
Dnng iLm i5acK ilive
A FKANK KL'CK Si'EtEAL
Matinee at 2:45
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2J
"Smart Girls Don't Talk"
Starring
VIRGINIA MAYO - ROBERT Hl'TTON - BRUCE BENNETT
ON OUR STAGE
RAYMOND I1ATTON AND DAN WHITE
In IVrsin
Sunday. Nov. 28th. Matinee and Night
Admission 25c and 5lc
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WAVXESVM.LK, N. C.
MON THRU FRI - Shows
6:30 and 9:00 P M
SAT - CONT - SHOW FROM
11:00 A M TILL 11:00 V M
SUNDAY SHOWS
2:00 - 4:00 - 8:30
TUES. - WED. - THUR.. NOV 2.1 - 24 - 25
MORE ABOUT
Wilford Carver
(Continued From Page 1
He is survived by hi widow and
two daughters, Paulint and Sara
.Innp- nilA Giin knnolli' lft thp I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Car
ver, of Clyde, lioute one: and four
brothers, Manson Carver, of Route
One; Earl Carver, Bud Carver and
Manford Carver, of the home: and
three sisters, Mrs John Brown.
Clyde. Itoute One: Mrs Jackson
Surrett. Leicester. Route 1; and
Miss Ruth Carver, of the home.
Mr. Carver was born in Clyde,
and served in World War II He
was a farmer in Fines Creek
Investigating officers were Depu
ties John Kerley. Wade Mi-Daniel,
Max Cochran and Patrolman O R
Roberts.
The wreck was found about one
o'clock, and Theodore Sanford, i
Frank Brown and Lawrence B.
Brown righted the overturned truck
hack over to extract Ihe body, of
ficers said. The driver's head was
pushed back during the impact. No
inquest was deemed necessary. '
Officers said the truck was only
slightly damaged.
Crawford Funeral Home w ill be
in charge of arrangements.
The Indian name for raccoon
was "arakun." meaning literally
"he scratches wilh his hands".
Bad Man Here
The private life
and loves of
Broadway's
brightest
star: i
J. GREENS! R'
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mini iiiicsfom
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FIRST WAYNESVILLE SHOWJNG
$2 Owci by J" Oof Scrcnptoy by L RottM
DAN WHITE. The Bad Man of the
Movies, has been featured in
many big screen successes such as
DUKL IN THE SL'N. THE YEAR
LING. GUN TOWN. and m;,m
others He is appearing in m-rsnn
on the staqe at the Park Theatre.
Sunday. November 23 at matinee
and night, with RAYMOND HAT
TON & CO. including THE WY
OMING SERENADERS
AM."
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1
FRI. - SAT..
DOUBLE
BUD
COSTHlO:vii
NOV. 26 - 27
FEATURE
Hit No. 2
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RITTER HAYDEN
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COLOR CARTOON
and
No. 10 ROYAL MOUNTED.
RIDES AGAIN
Every Day . . .
Your Health
Is Our Business
CURTIS DRUG STORE is
alert to the challenge of ad
vancing science . . . work
ing toward the preservation
of your health. It's our
responsibility and our busi
ness. Home Owned and Operated
CU0TIS
DRUG STOBE
Your Walgreen Agency
TV. ..
STEV
HINGOTT
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'WAYNESVILLE'S NEWEST & FINEST'
OPEN
HOUSE
THURSDAY
NOVEMBER
25th
Special Family Dinner Menu
RELISHES
Seafood Cocktail or Cream of Tomato Soup with Croutons
Koast Young Tom Turkey with Celery Dressing, Fresh Cranberry Sauce and Candied
Sweet Potatoes $1.75 Roast Prime Rib of Beef au Juice 81.75
Bakfd Siir Cured Ham with Raisin Sauce S1.50
VEGETABLES
Whipped Potatoes or Candied Sweet Potatoes Buttered New String Beans
Fiesh Carrots and Peas with Drawn Butter
Waldorf Salad Bread Butter Coffee Tea Milk
DESSERTS
Pumpkin Pie
Mince Meat Taris
"WAYNESVILLE'S NEWEST AND FINEST
with Whipped t ream
Everydne Cordially Invited
Special Favors On Opening Day
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OPEN
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11 P.M.
SUNDAYS
9A.M.-llp'l
COMING NEXT WEEK
GOOD SAM with Gary Cooper
';:.- and TAP ROOTS
Make it a habit to dine with us often
South Main Street
I. R. ("Snake") Gerringer M. E. ("Tony") Davis
    

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