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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAENEEP.
Officers Of Nor th Carolina Press Photographers
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Here are the 19-19 officer, of the North Carolina Press Photographers Association Left to right
Jul.,, h Jones of Ashev.lU. second Mco-p.vsi.U-.it: John G. He.nmer of Raleigh and Pinehurst. presi
fl n. l u k -f Burlington, treasurer: K W. Stephens of Raleigh, first vice 'president : John Hav-
, "' ("""' ncm-clina eciv.ar. and Miss Hazi-l Holcombe of Mars Hill "Miss Carolina Pre-l-holoyr-phe.
oi 1948 BarrmScr of Rocky Mount, executive secrctarv was not present when
lliis picture was made AP Photo
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nouse list, I 9 no! even a mouse. H by fhe chimney with -tat: li das hum ,ij l ,
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Tattooed Eyes Improve Outlook
liv THOMAS A. RdVVTdV
AP Ni wleature
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ouiiiJ t-'irlv today like to look peo
ple Mraiilit in the eye ;uid talk
alu.ul tatrooing. Both aree the art
haf changed their outlook on l:K
)ne a pretty 17-year-old voca
tional school student, vvith vav
brown hair and a generous smile.
look toward the future vvilh revv
confidence Her blue eyes arc he
connnt! near-perfect niatev. 1.,,.
than a year ago one was cnmpletciv
wiirfe. blinded in a childhood .au
'Hie other a uuns NeKro un
man, also is filled with hopi
day A blinded and whitened
has been siven a dark brown
It almost matches her other one
People don't stare at me any
more." she av s.
Hope for many people who
have lost half their vision is
glowing as doctors practiee the
a?e old art of tattooing. The
needlework also is being prac
ticed to remove the appearance
ot sear tissues elsewhere on the
Although practitioners say eye
itatooinn cannot be done in every
ca;e. thev are satisfied i r..m,.iwH,,i.t
strides will be made toward a more
aeneral application of this work.
The doctor who tattooed the eyes
't these two young Charleston wo
men says. -It makes I heir eyes ap
pear quite normal, brightens up
I heir facial expression and removes
a cause of personal embarrassment.
Most artificial eyis are so obvious
ly artificial. Tattooed eyes move in
uniMin with their sighted mates,
and copy ins: in color can be much
In telling hi si(,r he asked that
hi- name not be used. He now is
making a serious study and appli
cation of this new practice.
"My facilities are by no means
elaborate. In fact, just myself
and a nurse have been working
on this project here." he said.
"But after several trials, we are
convinced any eve surgeon with
a 'feel' for color can do the job."
He described the case of the stu
dent: "Her parents brought her to me
after they had visited manv occu-
lists and surgeons. Thev were told
nothing could be done. The eye
was too far gone for a corneal
transplant in any attempt to re
store vision The eye was entirely
wcnie. ne usea Dlue tor thd iris,
black for the pupil aid a few flecks
of gold in the blue for life-like!
lustre" He said it takes more than)
one tattooing operation to give the
eye a normal color. !
Small discomfort this disap
pearing within one or two days
is felt by the patient. As some
have light sight in the damaged
eye. the patients are placed in a
darkened room after treatment
to prevent any visual disturb
ance. Tattooing discomfort is less
bothersome after the first treat
ment, said the specialist.
Duke University hosnit.nl .
search experts say tattooing may
improve the sight in some partly
damaged eyes like those over
which a growth may distort the
entrance of light. This tattooing,
they said in a report, has the effect
of increasing light by obstructing
some annoying rays that reach the
seeing portion of the eye.
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r$&!M1 an(t " 'hougn the Hot a treat was sly M Th slothing wet hvng In hopes that Saint Hkl'f 7i
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L Kegular $12.95 AM Wool
BLANKETS $J 00 1 Mm s WM1EH JACKET
iZ!.VyW' FINEST qUAUTV ,,,,. ,H,lln,;ii ()K J
Regular $6.95 5'. Wool. Light Plaid
DOUBLE BLANKETS $495 1
Regular $2.95 White and Colored
J I ALL MEN S TR
5Iar $5.95 Assorted Colors. Wv A AEA&V Oj &
Rhyming of words in poetrv was
yhknown to the ancients aiid i
coiiridered to be accidental when
ifr'fcppears m the words of cla--ic
Greek and Latin poets.
F,,f SALE 933 PlymoiithToTnT
Blue -ticker, Kxcelient tires. New
paint. See Felmet at Rii-hiand
Supply Phone 43. 017-21
i-OP. SAI.K George P. Bint -tu
d.o piano; 5 piece dinette, -olid
loik maple: 4 piece mahogany
bedioom set. with Imj-; -jirina-and
niattrrss. 9 slightly u.-rd
evening gowns, sue- 13 and 15
Phone 763-W D 17-2 1-24
FOR SALE -2 nice buildina !.
on lial ain Highway in Saunnnk
ecuon. ii iniere-ted v rite or
tee Glenn Oai-. Rt. 1. Uayn,
Oldest Marine, 73, Signs
For Another Hitch 4
QL A.NTICO. Va. .CP i - Eldest
Marine in point l age1 and ser
l'ic. MSgt. H. D. Bart ley has
; completed 41 years of service and
I i ! nlisted for another four.
The serfeeant. starting his Uth
I'tiuise. said he has never been on
--'tk list, never missed a dav's
' dutv and that his
medal with six bars indicates the
quality of the marks in his service
Seventy-three years old. he ship
ped in the Marine Corps in 1907
and has served in such out-of-the-''..y
place- as the Philippines) Ha
'..tn. Haiti. Santo Domingo' and
j Nicaragua and aboard the vessels
; New Hampshire. Buffalo, Crook.
jf'alm.r. Panther. Prairie and Le
rH M.VLh -7 hou-e- and lot-.
Aliens Creek Road, .lust ah.iw
, Alkn.s Creek school See Jt;!
Page. Koute 1. Oi7-21
fOR KENT 4 room apartment,
piivafe bath, hot and cold water
Unfurnished. Everett McElroy
McElroy's Store. Phone 420-W.
J I" N A LI" SKA BAPTIST
' Hev. O. .1. Beck. Pastor
j Sunday School. 10 a.m. D. R.
! Riley . superintendent.
I Preaching services as follows:
First Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock.
I Third Sunday morning at 11
ocloik. .Midweek prayer service
Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock.
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& )ffi0eM AIX SIZES AND PRICES
u Shaped Balsams
'.A - Wreaths
p Jj All Sizes and Prices
J POTTED PT.ANT.Q
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fS IVaynesvilte Florist
T'lt-i Main treet Waynesville
a iTtfV-s: NEXT TO WESTERN U.VION I
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W. E. COG DILL
Funeral services were held
Thursday morning at 10 30 at the
First Baptist church for Willord
Everett iShortyl Cogdill. 39. who
died Tuesday at the Haywood court
Rev. L. G. Elliott, pastor of the
church, was in charge, of the serv
ice. Interment was in Green Hill
Mr. Cogdill, native of Madison
County and a resident of Wavnes
ville 10 years, is survived bv the
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Cogdill of Waynesville: two sisters
Mrs. Lon Wyatt of Lake Junaluska
and Mrs. G. W. Felgar of Charlotte
Pallbearers were Ervin Leather-!
wood. Hugh Francis rinod,, u- i i
ard. Joe Price, Ray Parton and
Jesse B. Smith. 1
Crawford Funeral Home was i !
charge of the arrangements
W Regular $5.95 Assorted Colors, Woven
WIDE VARIETY OF COLORS
TOWELS - WASH CLOTHS
LL.VCM CLOTHS - SHEETS
AND PILLOW CASES
UP TO t
NEW F.U.I, AM) NINTEB
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Bogus Check Passer Tips
Obliging Store Clerks
ST. LOUIS i UP) Jimmie Louis!
likes to see courtesy rewarded i
Employes of he Lynn Food i
Market cashed Siias f i,
checks for Jimmie in a three-day
Period. On the fourth day, police
were on hand when ih.
o d Negro tried to pass another i
check for $125.
Before he was led away. Jimmie
tosseo $2 into the cashier's cage '
saying he wanted to buy the em-"
plojes a box of candy as a token
of his appreciation. i
j Re-ular S.5.49 Ladies' Suede
I BALLET SHOES
Regular $3.95 Ladies' Long Sleeve Cotton Print
$2 89 1
ne Group Regular $6.95 Ladies' Cotton "" "
Shattered Bullet In Jaw
Works Its Way Out
PHILADELPHIA iUP Piece by
piece, Samuel Udelson. 17 finally
got rid of a .22 caliber bullet that
had been lodged in his jaw for two
The last particle worked its way
to the bottom of his mouth as he
strode along a downtown street He
wanted to a hospital where physi
cians completed the removal
On Jan. 22, 1947, Udelson was
shot accidentally. The bullet shat
tered into fragments and several
could not be removed. In time,
however. particles i?rart.iiiJ
worked their way to his mouth.'
CARD OF TIIAXKS
We wish to "sincerely thank our
many friends and neighbors who
were o very kind, considerate and
thoughtful rtllHnu fh Iithak.! j
-0 tunif ai flliu
burial of our beloved son and broth
er, f vi. uai-i Hannah, who was
buried at Crawford
Cemetery Dee. 12, 1649, '1 V
" Violet Hannah and family.
i HOUSE DRESSES $98
ALL WOOL PI. AID
SALE STARTS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17fh
Orre Group Children's
jgj formerly up to $3.95
i I I MAIN ST8PET - WAYNESVILLE
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