THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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I MOKE ABOUT
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Sallie Mae Buchanan who rcpre- family.
st'nltd the school in tin.' ToU-u-i-i) 8 Tenant farmer lives in
Harft Festival. At the close of .n.ote section of county and no work
tlie meeting. Miss Buchanan, in be- jxailable during winter months
halt of the chapter, presented to Sren children under 15 veais of
Pictures Of Six More Young Haywood Citizens
, 1 19th in' a series of pictures made by Ingrain's Suidiu for The Mountaineer)
Rosemary Arrington. two years. Charles Hubert Stevens, 11 -Jo Ellen "DiUard, 13 months,
.i....oh... ..r vi nA m. r .nnihc vhm nf Mr- and Mrs daughter of Mr. and R'rs. W. E.
VI tl UK I It l L 111 Mil. 1 11U 4111.', . . ...... . ... . . . - . .
Arrington. Wavnesville, N. C.
Charles Stevens. aynesville. Kt. 2. Dillard. Waynesville.
Mi t.vans a liandsojne watch in
token of appreciation of his leadcr-
ship in the vocational agriculture children are:
for the past
Ht V T. Medlin. Jr.. pastor of
the Clyde Methodist church, uave
Mr. liuss stressed the value of
being practical. lluift and iui.'i
boil. He cited (he -tead growl h
Ci (tie beet cattle nidlisli in 1 1 a -voud,
and the pmgiess made b
Fl A and 4-H Club int-Hihe's over
the eai s.
Tiir banquet was prepan d and
servtil b the lllh prade Hume
Fcoriniiic; class, under the direc
tion id Mrs While The Ch; l-imas
nu. ii! a- lidloied tin oLi.:li:ii,t
wth the sihool dimi! hall d.vu'at
ed V.ilil elel'gleells. and tin 1 IK
v.ilh lid si i earners and n;,-' li Uu .
viin i ..lldli- at eel i ot.'vi :i..,vt
'his family lives in the
section. The ayes of the
Girls 12. 8. 6. 4. 1
Uca s I .t and 10.
9. Father, mo. tier and three
children. Father unable to work
mother has been sick for two years
and unable to work. They reside
in the Heaverdam section of Can
ton The children's uses are: Girl
1: Bui 14 and 4
HI. .Mother and six children
Father of children deserted and his
whereabouts is unknown. The
a ,iit - ol tin children are: Girls
-. Hi, . 3. Inns 14 and 8.
and five children
: Girls 11). and 9
The i ilea , found nidi in South
Antiica is a small u-:mT Its
I: atll i have i iiii-:icl-i aliie :.;! k .
aiue bill the bird do.- i:,.: h..i.
tlie tii.e plume- ot its i-!;,-Ii'.e
TOH AI.F Christina- Tin -Hainbow
(ale mi the B.il-.iii
re id U.'i
MR. FARMER ! !
Let us fill your AAA Phos
phate Orders. We will de
liver, ur if convenient, you
can save by hauling your
own. Turn your Pliosp!i:ite
orders in NOW.
C. l. "Shorty" KITNFII
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11' This -.Ionian's husband is
ih..d .iiut left her with six children
'" -iil lH i! Her basic needs will
' l.'ivef! care of 'it winning .lanuari
1 I:.'4H hi the V.. 'hare Depart -.u
1 !. This woman is overw helmed
w:h 1 1 -1 t , : i -1 ( 1 1 1 n for her chil
ciun ..nil hv is triing to keep
"'et.-i a;l in school except the pre
s. ho el .ue. Funds are needed to
' i en tlie Inn cii n of this mother
and to o ale a bit ot cheer dur
ttie Christmas season. The
.hilihei 's aes are: Girls -15 9.
'. l;j. 12. ami 4
Tlv lather drifts from one
b to another. The mother does
the best .-lie can under these cir
( in. -lances The seien children
!! . iair.il ranging in ages from
1- 1 1. us to on.e month, face a (leso
1: o Christmas unless someone
! -I.i - Santa C'i.iu- to them.
fil 1 fist '
2' -2 lears, James lioberi I hniiipson. b'-j
Mis K. 11. months, son ul Mrs. Janus Thomo-
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1 ' P- UH ijial speaker at the
..s- meet inu, llai xei T. Gibson,
-'.it' traioim. union secretari from
li..!. iiiii, al-o participated in the
I' H to I'l r; i and the Rev. D, I)
(:'"" i J !!' "I Clyde Baptist
' '''" '' ' i "i eharni- ul t he wur--h.
i ., ir,
T!ii '.- ::, 4H Baptist churches in
1 1 t i.itioi, 2; ,,t hich have
' -'ansi l tniiiiini: unions, and 15
... l!'. unions uer,. represented at
the .'iioiiiliatio.'i meeting.
lii'DSOX, Muss, i L'H' Earl E
Cti'.i-'- Jr. 120, has developed a
poul'i.'. business here which nets
bun . dio ul S4 eon ;1 v ar Special-i-'it
i; ui broiler production, he
ra ed mire than 3.000 birds last
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Krueger, Rupperts, and
15c Per Can
Free Delivery in Hazelwood and
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THE TAP ROOM
Phone 727 At The Depot
Mary Ella Wilson,
daughter of Mr. and
Wilson. W'ai ncsvillo.
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nt mail this iear than was experi
enced during the Christmas season
"The people are waiting until Ihe
last minute to mail their cards and
packages as usual,'' Postmaster
Howell asserted while glancing at
;i flood of packages and cards that
were being emptied from the 11
The heavy brunt of the Christinas
mail stin ted pouring in and out of
the local po-t office Mondai morn
ing. Mr. Howell indicated, although
a constant stream nf outgoing and
incoming mail has been moving
steadily since the first of last week.
Apple shipments by express pass
ed the OOO-bushel mark over the
week-end for the month, according
to J (J, Terrell, local agent.
"Shipments started earlier this
ear. and we don't look for too
niar.i this week.'' he said ye.ster
General express business is off.
due to the recent increased rates,
he said Many small shipments are
now going hi parcel post
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Erenda Joyce Pendrv. 3 years,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Normsn Watts Serves
On Cruiser Pasadena
Norman Hoover Watts, seaman
apprentice, USN, son of John Bur
ton Watts of Hazelwood. is serving
aboard the light cruiser USS Pasadena.
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Only Few Days Remain
For Vehicle Inspection
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Have you had your vehicles in
spected yet? By vehicles we mean
automobiles, trucks, semi-trailers
motorcycles, motorbikes, or any
other motor-propelled contraption,
propelled by internal combustion
or electric motors, except trackless
In other words, the Motor Ve-
The cruiser is a unit of Task nicle Department said today, any
Biggest Cause Of
! Campers and hunters wrre the
hiia't-si single cause of forest fires
in North Carolina durina October
According to fisures released by the
V C. Forest Service, campers and
hunters started 34 of the 80 forest
(ires occurring on State-protected
bind. Smokers wrre responsible
lor 17 other fires.
More than 10.000 acres of forest
bind were burned over during the
month, result ina in an estimated
damage of $10,426. District For
ester Charles C Pettit. Jr.. of Dis
trict Nine, points out, however,
this figure does not take into con
sideration the damage done to wild
Harm- within this forest area.
County Forest Warden R. E
Caldwell urges all hunters to use
extreme care this season while in
the woods. If everyone will do his
part to prevent forest fires hv
breaking all matches before throw-l
ing them away, crushing cigarette
stubs, and making sure camp fires
are dead out. this careless destruc
tion of wild same and the forest
cover can be avoided.
THE FIRST WOMAN to become a full
professor on the Harvard Univer
sity faculty of arts and sciences,
Miss Helen Maud Cam. is shown
after her installation ceremonies at
Radcliffe College, Cambridge,
Force 38, yh-ich is now undergo
ing an intensive training period in
the Western Pacific and tlie China
There are more than 300 known
species of rhododendron, most of
them natives of mountainous re
gions of the world.
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AT YOUR FRIENDLY
A&P FOOD STORE
ANN PAGE FOODS-JANE PARKER FRUIT CAKES
And Many Other Delicious Foods
Trees To Reduce
The Forest Products Laboratory,
after frying various chemical treat
ments suggested for making Christ
ma strees less inflammable, has
concluded V :it keeping the tree
standing in water is about the most
practical, satisfactory, and conveni
ent method, says Wayne Corpening,
County Agent for the State College
The procedure recommended is
as follows: Buy a tree that has
been cut recently. 2 Cut off the
end of the trunk diagonally at
leasl one inch above the original
rut end. and stand the tree at once
m a container of water, keeping
the water level above the cut sur
face during the entire time the
tree is iM (he house. If the tree
's not set up for several davs it
should he kept standing in water
in a cool place.
il started in time this treatment
not onVv prevents the needles from
'lrying out and becoming inflam
mable, but it will also keep them
fresh and green and retard lh fail
tnr needle. Mr
MRS. MARY M. MOSS
Mrs. Mary McCracken Moss, 46,
a native of Haywood County, died
Friday in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The body" will be returned to
Canton for funeral and burial, with
the Wells' Ftfneral Home in charge
Mrs; Miss-bad recently returned
to Buenos Aires after visiting rela
tives here. i
Surviving.are the husband, A. B.
Moss, jA, of Buenos Aires; one
son, William E. Moss of Boston,
Mass.; four sisters, Mrs. T, H. Rog
ers of Clyde, Mrs. W. A. Medford
of Waynesville, Mrs. Carl Medford
of Lake Junaluska and Mrs. James
Wells of Canton.
vehicle which is required to be
registered with the state and car
riers' state license plates must be
inspected at the State's Mechanical
The absolute deadline for 1948,
the Department said, is fast ap
proaching, adding that the lanes
will be able to handle just so many
vehicles on the last day, December
31. Then, top, there ar.e just so
many days left, and no doubt some
of these days will be rainy (some
of the testing equipment at the
lanes cannot be operated during in
"Don't procrastinate any longer,"
was the word of warning (nam .Ar
thur T. Moore, director of fhe In
spection division. Moore said the
lanes would be closed several days
around Christmas, thereby cutting
the number of operating days for
the balance of the year.
There remains around 100,000
vehicles still to be inspected, and
Must Be Removed
Advertising signs on liinl iw;i
right-of-ways must be moved In
December 31, the State llij;lm:,
department has announced.
In most cases, this means that
signs located less than Tit) li i t limn
the center of the paved seel ion ni
highways must be ninmiil How
ever, in some instances, the !
way right-of-way is wider.
Sign owners in doubt ,is in
whether or not their sir'ns ar,. on
right-of-ways, or those planning tn
erect new signs, should i.ini.u i ih,
district highway oll'iee.
An ordinance passed l ihi
Highway Commission in Hill m
dered signs on the rinhl-ni-wa h.
be moved. However, an i xh n'imi
of time had been "Jvcn fioin vi-i
to year. The Coujinhbinn ininuijii'
ed" recently flmt the oiMiiiaiui will1
1 I'M" I sed Cnh
i lean, mi
I IK: l ord Seda
1 At in v Jeep. J
( imvcnliiiiial 1n
be enforced aftei
the eini nt tin-
MRS. HARRIET JACKSON
Mrs. Harriet Stevenson Jackson,
79, widow of James Jackson and a
native of Clyde, died at her home
there Friday following a long ill
ness. Funeral services were held Sat
urday at 3 p.m. in the residence at
Clyde. The Rev. D. D. Gross pas
tor of First Baptist Church of
Clyde, the Rev. R. P. McCracken
and the Rev. D. M. Allen officiated.
Burial was in Pleasant Hill Ceme
tery. Pallbearers were Harley. Don,
J. B.. Charles and Guy Stevenson
and Billy Stamey.
Surviving are one daughter, Mrs.
W. Ray Rhinehart of Clyde; four
brothers. R. L. Stevenson of
Waynesville. RFD No. 2. Harrison
Stevenson of Seneca. S. C, Hubert
Stevenson of Enka ana Norman
Stevenson of Dalton, Ga.
Crawford Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
inspect thein, it was reported
It was not known vistinlin
whether the inspection lam v.i.uhl
return to Wavnesville Inline tin-
about ten working days in which to December 31 deadline
I tcU With tu
Kfgardless of I real me nf all ri
sible precautions against fire should
be in effect around the Christmas
tree, he warns. Defective ol.
trical connections should be elim
inated and an accumulation f
.MMlmp decorations should not
he pti, on or beneath the tree The
free should he placed so that its
s,...era, ournlnR wi, no, ,gnje
curta.ns or other combustible
furnishings nor trap the occupants
of a room or building.
Precaution to prevent fires is
good business at any time but
especially at Christmas with so
many extra visitors and with the
addition of lights and decoration.
adding 16 normal fire hazards Mr
R. MILNER WARD
Funeral services for R. Milner
Ward, 64, who died in Clyde early
Sunday morning following a long
illness, were conducted in Fuel
Flat Rock jbak Grove Baptist
church yesterday afternoon.
The Rev. Wayne Smith officiated
and interment was in the church
Surviving are two sons, Richard
of Clyde, with whom he made his
home, and James of East Flat
Rock, three sisters, Mrs. Addie
Bane of Greeneville, S. C. Mrs
Elizabeth Lindsay of Olvmoia
Wash., and Mrs. Mary Enright of
TUMBLE REPEATS ITSELF
WARE. Mass. (UP) Liiiio p..
Iricia LimbacJier fell while play
ing in her yard and brok two
bonei In her left arm. Less than
four months later, she fell again
EARL THOMAS BRADLEY
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Funeral services for Earl Thomas
Bradley, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bradley of Waynesville,
who died Sunday afternoon at the
local hospital, will be held Tues
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The service will be at the grave
side at Buchanan cemetery. The
Rev. C. L. Allen will officiate
HOCT WILD ILLUSTRATED
GODDABD, Kan. UP) A traffic
accident turned the old phrase
"hog wild" Into reality Gene
Plankehorn, truck driver, and
sheriffs deputies spent the day
hunting 68 hoes released from
.i i of n new year. i
as we near ine dcjmiiiim'i; "
i iimp tn hpo-in tlimkinP about a savings ar
mupy Jieanny saving i
j .4.t.j 4U :..7.li.iiiL'.iv:iv. Nnl
the system, you must first make up '
savp before you spend for anything-
c 4 ...P,nH with Ihe deter
success in sanif; .- . ,,01
.. . xr nenilire tllf
t ion to save. Try it. ii"" '
habit if you really want to.
REMEMBER - rash in the
sprve, ready for tomorrow's pioriui
First National Ban
Member federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
: ' (ORGANIZED 1902
Plankeharn'itruc when U (lipped
into a ditch. -7 " ' '
uu iue me same two bones.