TIMBER 23, 1948
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
fovei the world
b oi supplying
iutuui lo car
tel vji ied pro
uv lit- made
1 1 lui) Mail done
u I nod to
food were sent
; and many let-
i have been re-
"Internatioiiid nnv k u
big job ol Hotarv iikIH iiuu. jn.l
the Waynesvill. Club has a!ivad
accomplished u lot m crcatirm hrl -ter
understanding between .mri
ica and other nations by vnui- gen
erosity last Christmas," n; .ill'icial
of Rotary International continu.d
"There are 315.000 Kuuuians
around the globe today, pledsed lo
carry on a program oi universal un
dei'standiiu; and permanent pe.uv "
Mr. Bierman was c.iven a bushel
of Haywood apple, by Hie elut
Prior to bis talk he met uith olti
cers and cuinmiuee (I.uuiimh i.nd
discussed the general Kut.uv pro
Curtis Russ Talks
To PTA Group At
The Terminal Sy-tem ,,f , w
York taxieatA slatted this war .,f
fering two colleee ,,'.:... ...
children of taxi drivers.
"A re,. ill sIikU of North Caro
lina sehool ssU'in has revealed
in;i' deplorable things. " stated
W I'lini- lln Tl,.,,-.,l,,
' u unit;
when he addressou I he I'.T A of
Hi.' (Yahtree-lion DulT school
He add. d ' The t.iets revealed
have II..; mine about suddenly, but
jthey have been at eunuilat intj over
la peiiod of ve.u-s. We Kne out
,"iAMi mi,- ,,((1 situations; theie
i.oe t,,., lew -ebools; o few teach-
,n 1 1 1 1 ow ded classrooms."
1 '"' '-.blur ol The Wavnesville
AI""otaineei- ile.eiissed proposed
lM 'islalioii and appropriations for
' Hi' I:ol , that will be studied hv
the legislature when it convenes in
In clo.sine,. Mi Kuss told the
parents and teachers,: "You have
I he greatest responsibility y ou
have ever bad thai of giving en
iourat;emeiil to the youth and
teaching them how to live and Kt't
along vvilh other people."
Mrs Philip Chase, senior spon
sor and music instructor, conduct
ed the devot'oual part ot the pro
gram, illusi i aliiiji the scripture
reading by using tlanni'lograh.
An additional part on the pro
gram was a stunt, "The Human
Kurd" given by members of the
A recent survey showed that
nearly four out of live families had
one or more members who owned
Hutson To Speak
At Tobacco Event
One of the outstanding events of
the Tobacco Harvest Festival will
be the address on Saturday morn
ing at 11 o'clock by J. B. Hutson.
President of Tobacco Associates.
Inc., of Washington, D. C. Mr.
Hutson is just back from overseas
where he has been working on get
ting more tobacco exported.
Mr. Hutson will be introduced by
K. Y. Floyd of Raleigh, whom many
of the Haywood County fanners
know, lie was chairman of the
Slate Committee under the AAA
J for many years. He is now secre
tary of the Tobacco Stabilization
Hoard, and is a member of the
Hoard of Directors of Tobacco As-
Lions Club Will
Not Moot Thursday
IHu :,i tlie Thanksgiv nig holiday
I tie N .on. s villc I. mi is Club vw II not
l lie. I i i . : week. This is a standing
j polk", i ' l I he Club lo toi ego the 1
I weekly uieeiiiigs which fall on holi-i
I The I.i.ii. . Club will eiiler a float '
in the Tot', .ecu Festival Parade on
Friday aft. noon at u clo.k The1
club has charge of store decora
tions in u ntiectiou with the To-I
bacco Harvest Fcsiival program.
Mr. Hutson and Mr. Floyd will!
be able lo tell our Haywood County ,
farmers much about our luture in
tobacco. Everyone should make a
special ed'ort to atletnl tins very
Cuinmings To Meet
With Apple Growers
Dr. Ralph Cuinmings, associate
director ot Ninth Carolina Experi
ment Stac.t"' will he here in Hay
wood county tor a meeting with ail
apple growers and small fruit
rowers Wednesday afternoon at 2
o i lock in the county agent's office.
Way no Corpening. county agent,
stated that the county is hoping to
secure a research worker to con
duct i moi iments on apples anil
small ti uit in llav wood.
An - conditioning and heating
units in railroad passenger cars
take batteries that weigh from 4 -811(1
to II rilhl pounds.
Jailed Burglar Requires
i Latest Dope On Safes'
NEW YORK (U.P. A man with
and " R.S.F." address t Snipe, Tel.,
wrote to the Mosler Safe Co. here
asking for the free booklet, "What
You Should Know About Safes."
Because of the puzzling" address,
John Mosler. company executive,
suggested to the Houston represen
tative that a personal call be paid
to the pro-pect.
In a few days, Mosler received
"The prospect is serving a life
term in the Retrieve State Farm, a
1 unit of the Texas prison system,
fur repeated burglaries.
! I'S. -I did not leave the book-
Quick results from Want Ads.
I . HUDSON
111 H 1 HT
o oasn I our
jThe Home Of
OUTSTANDING LOW PRICES ON HUNDREDS OF ITEMS DURING OUR
Regular $1.59 Ladies'
Iamaged much, but
4 of Our Better Brands of
s Were Regular $2.48
LOOK AT THIS
MEN'S FINE WOOL
Not soiled enough to warrant this big cut,
hut reduced from S19 5I1 to
even siiof.s keihtfji!
Ladies' $3.95 Sport
REDUCED fr3) nn
Attend All 4 Days
always visit our store
when in Waynesville New
Specials Put Out Daily.
YOU SAVE HERE.
Just Imagine Ceding a Ladies $12.95 fllCS
KcKiilar 2!k 411-inch OftC
One Lot Men's S5.D5 015
One Group !S2.!)K Men's fl 4
H ATS ZD JL
They're Soiled Save $1.00
Boys' Long Sleeve Painted
They Wete $1.98
Now Only . .
One Lot of Soiled Children's
Because they are slightly soiled, only
One Special Lot of Ladies'
5e $8.95 dresses we are giving $4.00
off because of the slight soil
,.4 ,.4 .IT.
J 1 1ST DUSTY SOILED, AND . . .
Reduced from lj) ATL
$2.98 To . . . ".
Here's A Real Bargain
COTTON AND SATIN
These were $2.98 but since they are
slightly soiled by dust now
Home Of Better Values