y, DECEMBER 14, IMS
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
i School Band, Chorus
jnis uoncen iimrs.
HIS 'DENAZIFICATION' PROTESTED
Isvillf Township l,if'h
'and chorus will pi. -jj-t
a! the auditui itim
4y mlit at 8 o'clock
4 musical event of the
er i tie direction of
elv one hundred
jjgh school mui uns
tc ill the band and
t. There will be
barges and a lai&e .
ited to till the audi
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f be accompanist ami
rwood is student
jay nik'ln program will
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TUESDAY, DEC. 14
VARIOUS PUBLIC FIGURES and organizations In the United Statei have
protested the light sentence given Fritz Weidemann, former German
Consl in San Francisco, by a denazification court in Passau, Germany.
We:demann is shown as the court found he had "resisted" Nazism in its
eaily days. He escaped with a mere $600 fine. (International)
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Held Saturday For
W. W. McCarter
(baveside rites for William W.
McCarter. who was killed in action
duiiu:; World War II. were held
Siit in day at 4 pin. in rion-A-Yen-lure
The Itev Doyle Miller officiated.
Meinlicrs of the Canton Post of
Veterans of Loreii'ii Wars were
pallbearers and auxiliary members
were flower bearers.
SurvivinH are the parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M V. McCarter of near
('anion, Iwo brothers, T. I), and
Oakley of the home; and one .sis
ter, Mrs. 1). lilab llucknel of Da
vidson. Wells Funeral Home was in
chnn;e of arrangements.
Morning Star PTA
The Parent-Teacher Association
of the MoruiiiK Star school has
planned a Christinas program for
H a in. Friday, December 17.
A Christmas play entitled "What
Does Christinas Mean," 'will be
presented by .sludeuls (if Morning
Star school Mrs J. (). Ilendrix is
diiectiuK the production. The
(ilee club under the s.upei visum of
Mrs Homier will lender tevei'al
At the i lose a Christmas parly
will be enjoyed b all the school.
Pax tits and fi lends are invited to
join the Mm nint; Star school in
sincms Christmas (.anils.
Francis Meser Is
An impressive program of Christ
mas songs and recitations, includ
ing a short play, "Don't Tell Me I. s
Christmas", was persented by Clyde
School fourth graders at chapel
Skipper Haynes gave Eugene
Fields' poem, "Jis" Before Christ
inas'' and David Burch recited the
well-known poem, " 'Twas the
NiglH Before Christinas".
Miss Margaret Stringfleld play
ed a violin selection and Mrs. Paul
ine Coodson snug "Star of the
The group sang a number of se
lections. "Jolly Old SL Nicholas".
"Santa Clans Is Coming lo Town",
and "Here Comes Santa Clans".
Characters in the play, which was
under Ihe supervision of the
teacher, Miss Sara Long, were
Janet Foster, Linda Limbo, Edna
Mae Fugale, Telia Woody, Jerry
Hall, Ceorge C lance, Mary F.tta
Brown. Ned Llndsey, Hilda Clontz
Opal Ledf'ord, Bonnie Price, Hazel
Creen, Hester Kathhuiie, Kdith
(i lance, and Irene Parton.
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Brown Proctor .
Chain Buys Lease
On Imperial Hotel
Joseph E. Dey of Louisville, Ky,
business manager of the. Brown
Proctor tiotel chain, has purchased
the lease on the Imperial Hotel In
Canton, nd plans have been nude
to renovate and modernize the
establishment, it was learned this
The lease which has" about 10
year to run, wa held by the Williams-Dayton
chain., The deal was
handled by R. H. Boyer of the Boy
er Realty Company. -
Mr. and Mrs. Dey arrived In Can
ton from Winchester, Ky., where
they were in charge of the Brown
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arma, and tell you just how awch
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The North Carolina Bankers As
soeiation have launched the Keep
North Carolina Green movement
lo enlist the entire citizenry in a
forestry development program, ac
cording to a memorandum received
this morning by It. K. CaldwelJ,
county forest warden.
The movement was .started No
vember 17 when the agricultural
committee of Ihe association gath-
I ered in Haleieh The bankers
group has been disturbed by the
wanton waste nf forest resources,
ami i ne uncontrolled burning of
forest area, which have cost mont:
tary loss niunins! to millions 4if
The North Carolina Bankers As
sociation has proposed legislation
that may be sponsored by the Keep
norm Carolina (ireen movement.
which was designed to promote and
develop forest resources within
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VTER AND STAIN REPELLENT SERVICE
Siime kind1- n! fish can be
i ice and still survive.
Marine Private First Class Leon-
lard Ii Misscr. son ol Mr and Mrs.
I lain -is D Me-ier. husband of,
.lar.-kl' n Messer ot Waynesville,
ha- reri nth been reassigned lo Ihe
:-.eond Marine Division after t-4ini-pleliiu'
a three month lour of duly
as a member of the United Nations
miiiiaiv ob'crver group in Pales
Personnel of the observer group
are piovidid from French, Belgian,
and C. S Forces. The senior mili
tarv oh'efver has been Marine
Brifadien CJeii. William K. Riley.
Slugood Girl Relenls
When Hoy Gels Job
POMF.ftOY O. (U P ) When
Ceori'e Collins. 22. appeared before
Mayor 1). A. Canaday on a charge
I of av;ault sworn out by Kdith 1 1 i 1 -len.
22, he said he never would
frozen l have hit Kdith had he had a job.
I The more Collins talked, the
Clyde 4-11 Club
Planting and cultivating of trees
was discussed by Clyde 4-H Club
boys at .their December meeting at
the school Friday. Joe Cline, assist
ant farm agent, led the program.
In their meeting, the girl 4-H
members exlribiled pot holders,
aprons, and sampled cookies which
they had made for Christmas gifts.
E W. Fiee and Anna Jean Jones
were in (barge of (he devotions.
morp'F'dilh weakened. Maybe
George wasn't such a bad fellow
afler all. Maybe she had been a
bit hasty in tiling charges.
Then Mayor Canaday stepped in.
He ordered Ihe charges dismiss4'd
and gave Collins a job on a public
F'dith W4'akened entirely.
The couple were marrierl two days
later by Mayor Canaday.
Junior Class Of
The junior class of Clyde High
School presented "11)4(1 Review", a
program nf popular song hits and
comedy, Thursday night before a
large crowd in the scli4rol audi
torium. Highlighting the entertainment
were vocal solos by Il4'len Stanley,
Mary ltose Morgan, Harold Rhor
.iriiier, Virginia Medlord, and Paul
A song and dance number,
"South America, Take It Away",
was enacted by Geraldine Fish
Joseph Medford played a guitar
solo, "Wildwood Flower", and Rob
ert Hennessee and Harold Hhod
armer starred in the "Ballet D'
Russe", dancing to "Moon Love"
Others taking part in the pro
gram, which was successfully pre
sented under the direction of Miss
Betty Bass, teacher, were Cleo, Lu-cille-and
Sally Buchanan, Beulah
Medford, Doris Caldwell, Martha
Jenkins, Shirley Welch, Eugene
Limbo, Richard Hannah; Carl Mann,
Richard Morgan, Hall Warren,
Charles Morgan, Donald Carver,
Joan-Haynes, Henrjf Shook, Ted
McCluie, Jewel Evans, and Doro
Miss Janice Smathers was ac
companist at the piano.
Will Be Held Sunday At
Clyde Methodist Church
First quarterly conference tf the
new church year will be held at
Clyde Methodist Church Sunday,
December 19, at 7:30 p. in., Rev.
W. T. M(dlin,( Jr., pastor, has an
niiuiiced. Dr. C. N. Clark 4f WayiH-sville,
district superintendent, will pre
side 4iver the session, at which the
year's activities ftir the Clyde
Methodist Church and Louisa
Chapel will he planned
Officials of the churches and
Sunday schools are urged to be
To Corporal Rank
At Boiling Base
Robert L. Gifford, 22, son of Mrs.
Anna D. Gifford of Route 1 Way
nesville, was promoted to Corporal
December 1. according to Brig.
Gen. B. M. Hovey. Commandant of
Headquarters Command USAF,
United States Air Force, Boiling
Air Force Base, Washington, D. C.
Gifford joined life Air Force in
March 1948 at Greenville, S. C.
During the war, he served with
the Navy in the Pacific theater.
At Boiling AF Base, he is a mem
ber of the 1103rd Maintenance
Squadron of the 1100th Mainten
ance and Supply Group.
CHINESE FIRST AGAIN
HONGKONG (U.P.I Mark up
another first for the Chinese. They
were the first to use fingerprints
as a means of identification. O. O.
Griffith, fingerprint expert of the
Singapore police, said the Chinese
used fingerprints as signatures and
on seals more than 2,000 years ago.
For 4aick comforting help for Uactach
Rheumatic Pahia, Uetuiig Up Might, atraiuj
cloudy urlr.e, Irritating passage, Leg Voice,
(Itcle under tyes, and iwolleu ankle, du
to non-organic t,d non-systemic Kidney and
Bladder troubles, try Cyst ox. Quick, complete
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Where you will find lots of the things you need for fillinjT
your Christmas bag.
Dolls Lovelier Than Ever Before
Curtis Russ Will
Be Guest Speaker
At Clyde FFA Event
W. Curtis Russ, editor of The
Waynesville Mountaineer, will be
principal speaker at the annual
Father and Son Banquet which
Clyde Future Farmers of America
will hold in the school cafeteria
Thursday at 7 p.m.
Massie Osborne, chapter presi
dent, will be toastmaster for the
event. About 70 persons are ex
pected to attend.
Scientists Get Close
To Absolute Zero
COLUMBUS, O. (UP.) The
winter's lowest temperature in the
United States undoubtedly has
been reroriled here.
Four Ohio State University
physicists -operated a magnetic
cooling device known as a cryo-
nialic f'enerator to within Oft of a
degree of 4fi9 degrees below zero
Farenheit, usually regarded as the
unattainable absolute zero.
The temperatures are utilized in
nuclear problems, so atoms thai
scarcely move may be studied.
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