North Carolina Newspapers

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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNT AIXZXX
TUESDAY, JA.TA2j
MOM ABOUT
jVqrOnRats
(Cob tinned from fist 1)
1 MORE ABOUT
Two Suspects
(Cofitiseed tmm Fue
1)
tricts of the county will et under-1 transfcn-d to the Haywood jail for
av k f F.hr,rv ' keeping Highway Patrolmen
i of Haywood met the car late Sun
day, and assisted with the transfer.
Highway patrolmen said that
Brad served 18 months of a three
vear sentence in Virginia State
Prison on a forgery charge, and
Scheeiti served seven years of a
20-year burglary hitch in the same
prison in Richmond.
The burglary tools were identi
cal with the gandy-colored ones
left at the scene of the Walker
jot. Well said Patrolman Smith
booked the mtn on suspicion when
he noticed the tools.
Chief Well', said one suspect
registered at the Hotel Andrew
S. Fish and Wildlife Sen -' Johnson m Knoxville the day af
Mr. Corpening said. The county
agent reported that several hun
dred farmers of the county have
placed orders for the rat poison
Jurtng the past week.
- The rat poison, which is Forti
fjed Red Squill, will not kill do
mestic animals or humans, Mr.
Corpcnins said. The poison will be
placed in three-pound packages for
distribution to the farmers. In
structions on how to apply the
poison appears on the packages.
" The campaign in Haywood coun
ty is being sponsored bv the coun
ty extension service and the health
department, in cooperation with
the V
Ice.
MORE ABOUT
Farm Bureau
(Cob tin aed from fage
1)
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Hazelwood
(Continued from Paje li
Hazelwood on January 4th. Td
f orkers got 685 signatures to the
petitions during the next few days
Clyde L. Fisher, mayor of the
town of Hazelwood, said yesterda.
We are publishing these state
ments and the petition, because a
draft of the merger bill has been
prepared, and we are opposed to
It being introduced in the lif;i
lature." The board of aldermen of Haz
elwood is composed of R L Pro
vost, Grady R. Smith and Carl
Swanger.
Sam M. Robinson, attorney of
Canton, is representing the board.
nd advising them in their pro
gram to block the merger.
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YOUR BATHROOM -
r& IT MODERN OR
A RELIC OF
THE DWS
OF TORE f
ter the robbery. He told officers
he was in Knoxville Jan 14 and 15,
he continued
Schf!" h?s a long hst of aliases
iwludin; K A Howl?. K. E. Riley,;
G T Fem. K E Ryan, according)
o We!!- 1
Well, teamed the arrest of the!
pair thn nr:-t real break" in the
ca r l)zh ofticers have been as
isred 'he ca'e and have traced
hunurt-d ui clues and suspects,
entounterina a blank wall until
(no latent arrests. Hundreds of cir-
culators hae been mailed over
the country
HuiV-r , tii- red the office sec
tion of the warehouse through an
opening under the floor, where two
concrete blocks had been removed
to permit telephone workers to in--ta!!
wiring. Holes were bored
through the ofTice floor and a sec
tion knocked out with a pick.
Opening of the safe, itself, was
a "spindle job'. The knob was
smashed off and the spindle
through the door driven out with
a punch Tools left at the scene
includr-d a punch with part of the
safe stili around it. other punches,
brace and bit, sledge hammer,
and pick. The loot included more
than $40,000 in cash.
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, MORE ABOUT
Dance Friday
(Continued from Page 1)
ist. Lady Fayre Beauty ShoDDe. and
j Gibson's Dress Shop. The tickets
are also on sale by members of
the Beta Sigma Phi sorority.
AdfIition.il girls to take part in
the grand march and their sponsors
ate as follows: Heavy Tank, 120th
Infantry of North Carolina Nation
al Guard, Judy Lee Knight; and
Order of Eastern Star, Patricia
Jean McElroy. Around 50 other
girls will participate in the grand
march.
Jimmy Deaton of Canton will
serve as master of ceremonies. The
grand march will take place at 10
o'clock.
morning of the meeting, on the
pretext that they were signing to
keep the tobacco warehouses In
Asheville and to establish two sets
of buyers. On the other hand, they
were actually signing, a petition
to retain the four per cent ware
house commission and to oppose
the Husklns resolution. Affidavits
were obtained from three persons
signing these petitions and this
will be presented to the committee
hearing the bill in Raleigh Thurs
day afternoon.
Resolution Adopted
W. G. Byers presented the fol
lowing resolution which was
unanimously adopted by the group:
"Be it resolved that the Hay
wood County Farm Bureau in con
vention duly assembled in the
Haywood County Courthouse, Sat
urday, January 22, go on record
favoring the Huskins resolution
before the committee for consider
ation of reduction of warehouse
charges on burlcy tobacco from
4 to 24. Be it further re
solved that we urge our Repre
sentative in the Legislature, Hon.
Grover C. Davis, to use his best
efforts in securing the passage of
said Huskins resolution. This
resolution was seconded by Joe
Palmer, and by unanimous vote
of the 41 members present the
motion carried"
G. C. Palmer and W. G. Byers j
wm serve as special representa
tives of the Haywood County Farm
Bureau at a committee meeting
in regards to the Huskins bill in
Raleigh Thursday. Mr. Byers left
Monday afternoon for Raleigh.
Committees and delegates were
appointed to represent the Hay
wood County Farm Bureau at the
state convention to be held in
Asheville next month: beef cattle,
David Underwood; dairy cattle,
William Osborne; orchards and
apples, Richard Barber; poultry,
Elmer Hendrix; row crops and to
bacco, Charlie Francis, Dave Bovd
and Thurman Davis; voting dele
gate, W. G. Byers.
UNCLE ABE
SEZ:-
Nex' time Miz Abe puts me in a
line o' snufl-dippin' winunen to do
Christmas shoppin', I'm a-goin' to
soo for a divorce 'count of ex
treem crooelty. er sump'm.
atop that argy-fym bout thei
Scripters, caze don't any of you
know who swallerd the whale.
When some fokes en to the
dawgs they git so low down they
imbarass the dawgs.
MORE ABOUT
Polio Victims
(Continued from Page It
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bill
Lowe.
Mrs. Howard Brvson. district
health nurse, was present, and told
of several recent raut anH th-
urgent need for funds with which
to combat polio.
Jonathan Woody
ui me polio fund, reviewed the
mam-iai guts of the county, and
lie neavj investments made by the
National foundation on rases from
Haywood. He pointed out that the
Foundation spends on an average
u. , per case. Haywood has re
ceived from national funds fi.
more than ever donated bv its citi
zens, hp said.
Ch.nl,-; V. n.,y anH W Curtis
Kuss interviewed two of the stu
dents, who were guests of the club.
a. vard is president and
program was broadcast
WHCC
MORE ABOUT
Achievement Day
(Continued from Page 1)
assistant home agent, and Joe
Cline, assistant farm agent; and
special music by the Pennsylvania
Avenue club.
Awards will be presented to the
winners of the various 4-H club
projects in the county during the
past year. Certificates of merit
will be presented to local 4-H club
leaders for their service rendered
during last year.
The state 4-H club officials ex
pected here for the program Thrus
day include: L. R. Harrell, state
MORE ABOUT
Dale Ratcliffe
(Continued from Page 1
Stamey. Carl Mun-.v. and Charles
Messer.
The content was he'd at the high
j school auditorium last Friday
mor.iing in observance of Lee-
j Jackson Day. Mrs. Roy campDeu
nrsiried during the program and
,' awards were presented by Mrs.
! Sam Queen, president of the U.D.C
( chapter.
Musical number; were given by
a qt.artet from the high school
chorus under the direction of
Charles Isley.
Contestants in addition to those
I hination sixth, seventh, and eighth
grades.
A film on the topic of Infantile
paralysis wjll be shown at the
school this week on a date to be
announced later.
Last night a ba .ketball game was
and MethoH,,,
marked for
event was
the
With
under
the Clvd iu ...... M
tee, headed
chairman.
bv
Mrs
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t-n kiub ieaaer: a. w. snonner. . it .
. j mentioned eie uanj! v-agic.
Z 7 um . ; T , colra Clark, Jimmy Davis. James
ine Hotchkiss, state home demon-: pprton N Ho,Vf flm1 stanley
stratum agent from State College, i williamEon Each wa, pre,en.ed a
6 r us ,i, fmDlin!elllan. (lrket frol!! t,P
presemea at the annual event are:
outstanding junior and senior 4-H
club member ip county, medals for
corn production, tobacco, dairy
calf, meat animal, poultry, forestry,
leadership, soil conservation, gar-
rlon anrl tini I "! I .... 1 1 i.
a state director 7. J- "" wl" meKe
.uv presenianon oi inese awards.
The awards to be made to the
girl 4-H club members include:
canning, clothing, foot preparation,
home improvement and better
methods. The above list of awards
are to be presented by Miss Elise
DeLozier.
j Strand and Park theatres
Judges for the contest were Miss
i Betsy Lane Quinlan, John Harrod.
and Charles McDaris.
MORE ABOUT
Clyde Schools
(Continued from Page
1)
the
over
The earliest roads about which
anything is known were those of
ancient Rome.
MORE ABOUT
Sale Of Timber
(Continued from Page 1
fection of the water supply, under
restrictions approved by the State
Board of Health."
It provides that any acts and
preparations made by the Town
of Waynesville or contracts for the
lunches in th'1 waste baskets so
that they wouldn't tempt the chil
dren who h id pv'-n Dipii- last p-n-j
ny to the .March of Dimes.
I One teacher discovered the snrri
i fice around lunch tune and offered
I to give hack tlie lunch money to
any child ulio-e stomach had got
ten the best of him. None raised
j his hand.
Largest amounts for homerooms!
were reported hy Mr. Carroll Mor- ;
row and Miss Lucille Cat hey, corn-
sale of timber iiurl.
ratification of the act
fied and approved.
prior to the
:ire to be rat i-
CORSAGES
Orchids $3.50 to $7.;
Roses $3.00 to $7,
Carnations $2.50 to $6
Gardenias $2.50 to $y
ARE GIVING 20 VI TO THE P()l,!() jw
ALL CORSAGES
Many Blooming Potted Plants Ji.ijij
CLYDE RAY'S
FLOWER SHO
Phone 89-J
POLICE GIVE SERVICE
TACOMA, Wash. (U.P.) Mrs.
Steve Pease returned to her home
and found her purse waiting for
her there. She hadn't forgotten it.
It had been returned by the police
even before she had made a report
of its loss three hours earlier.
SLEEP TONIGHT!
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TABLETS oa wk Mday (t . , .
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
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PAY YOUR 1948 TAXES
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AND AVOID PAYING PENALTY THERE
WILL BE A I- PENALTY ON FEBRUARY
1st AND 2 ON MARCH 1st. AND i OF 1
FOR EACH MONTH THEREAFTER UNTIL
PAID -
PAY YOUR BACK TAXES
BEFORE THERE IS A FORECLOSURE SUIT
BROUGHT AGAINST YOUR PROPERTY
wM of wMfimsji .
G. C. FERGUSON, Tax Collector .
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The Music Of TEDDY MARTIN And
His Orchestra At The
Proceeds To Polio Fund
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SPONSORED BY BETA SIGMA PHI
fiM-m-ru. . . - . Adnssional Door $1.50 Per Pen
- 1UC rana march And Their Sponsors
Haywood County
Town of Waynesville
Waynesville Florist '
Uadye Fayre Beauty Shoppe
"yaw riumbins Company
Margaret Green
Marguerite Way
Bette Hannah
Nancy Floyd
"ellco Shoe Plant iim c
Firestone Store ""'j? SaWyer
Reliable Jeweler. . DrH
Hnw.ii u i 004 Calnon Turner
Howell Motor Company Polly
Massie Furniture Company
The Toggery
Belk-Hudion Co.
Smith's Drug Store
Gibson'
The First National Banfe
ionr Grill
Barber's Orchard
Haywood Builders Supply Co.
Auxiliary To V. F. W.
Barging
Mary Jean Wm!
. Marry Ann Massie
- Kathleen Calhoun
- Margaret Vlckery
Betty Gibson
. Thelma Ann Jones
Katherine Hyatt
Vivian Watklns
Clara Sue Shuler
. Katherine Noland
Waynesville Laundry Mar. ,
Garrett's ' Mane S,nn
The First State Banh
C N. Allen & Co. Frin Rirhr'n
CampbeU's Shop na Summerrow
The It. N. Davi, Co. Mi)ry
Ray', Super Market " P?H
Waynesville Candy Company .11U Ann S
Winifers. Inc. , ?nn StoVi"'
American Legion ; nlT'
V. F. W. Haywood Memorial Post, 6767 "
Watkin, Chevrolet Co.
. Joan Mnrrl.
Kotarjr Club , ,
Hallet Ward', Gulf Service , J"'0
WiW. Beant, Salon " .S?
r , . .line inedford
Graceland Farms
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R. E. A. Office Thom
"rvice Cleaners Carol.
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Willi'
Waynesville Lumber Co.
Haywood County Hospital
VI &. n . . - ...
r neior Lines
. Alice Mariq Bur gin
Champion Shoo Shop i
Lake Junaluska Shell Station
Woman's Club .
Bornette's Cafo -
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Rotters Electric Co. Mow"'' l'"
onon, Ketner's Farmers Exchange Alien rii"
Uavis-Liner Motor r m K.unmfrf
ltherwood & Francis Esso Service Janetf I"
James SheU Service June llano?
ure Oil Service Station Mildred MfdW
Beta Sigma Phi M MrKiltri
Haywood Cnnn ' . ' i
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Joan Morris "d Snpplj cPnr Margsrrt V
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..ud or WaynesvUle Hi Mary Ja--ftoco
Gap Square Dance Team Mary Jan'
Jefferwn SUnd Life Insurance Co.- M
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MT Sue Crocker
Phyl,, Caldwell
-- Peggy Sue Burgin
Jean Docket
. Bennie Lou Mediord
Knox Cobb
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Jwialuska Supply Co. .
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