FRIDAY, MARCH 4
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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cury climbed to hit the 70 mark for
the 10th and 11th. The same read
ing was recorded on Valentine's
Day Febrary 14th.
The coldest recording for Febru
ary was on the 3rd and 11th when
the reading was 18.
Yes sir, U has been u mild winter
so far and here are the orticial
records. No doubt ou will want
I'd keep this aa proof when you t,i't
the warm winter uf 49
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beer during the past few months
in North Carolina. In most in
stances the vote was 10 to 1 or.
even higher for prohibiting the
sale of the two products." Kev. ,
Mr. Williamson said. ;
"The ministerial association ;
could have easily gotten hundreds
of more signatures, but felt that i
two hundred extra was sufficient.
We met with a hearty response in
every area, and have every reason
to believe that Haywood w ill vote j
out wine and beer by a big major
The petitions will be presented !
to the Haywood Board of Elections
just as soon as it is definitely de
termined that there will not be a
state-wide referendum on liquor. '
Rev. Mr. Williamson added.
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Mrs. P. H. Gentry, leading the
Intermediate leaders and sponsors.
Mrs. Earl Reece leading the
junior leaders and sponsors.
Mrs. Dave Cabe, leading the
story hour leaders and sponsors.
At 3:45 the groups will re-assemble
in the auditorium, and discuss
highlights of the conferences.
The closing exercises include an
inspirational message and the meet
ing scheduled to adjourn at 4:15.
The first wallpapers, in the 16th
century, were derived from book
linings and probably were in dom
ino or checkered designs.
Add Up To
It's to jour highest
To let your money
Adding to your savings
Gets you where you want
Even if it's only a dollar a week start saving with
an account at Clyde Building and Loan.
Provide for the future so the future will provide
Clyde Building & Loan
Deposit Insured up to $5,000.00
CLYDE, NORTH CAROLINA
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getting a knne stuck in one eye
when about 12 years of age. He
lo t the other rye shortly there
altrr. McLean went blind
later in life following a severe
v.i-v of measles. Mr. McLean
tunc; piano;, and operates a small
mattress shop at his home. The
dog v on lii be more for Mrs. Mc
lean than him, it was explained
by a citizen who knows the family
One Waynesville citien hearing
of the ea .e has already started the
lurid with $10 Another added $3.
All money received will be ac
knowledged by publishing the
names in this newspaper, starting
Tii0Mla The money will be turn
ed over to the Bryson City Lions
Club who will ee that the project
is earned to completion.
The Mountaineer is entering the
case onh because so many people
hero tool; Mich a keen interest in
Ihc caM and saved the tabs which
I hey were led to believe were
valuable in tins particular instance.
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ed the members of their commit
tees and materials for the cam
paign were distributed by Mrs.
Ethel Hayes Fisher, executive sec
retary. Coffee and douehnuts were serv
ed before the meeting adjourned.
MORF. A BO I T . ;
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Seoul, with a rank of second class.
He lias alrtad' started earning
merit badges. Ilis hobby is collect
ing insignias and has many of them
displayed on one wall of his room
that is those that he does not wear
in his hat. which is always covered.
David's nolle covers the area on
Walnut, Chejiy. Hazel. Branner,
Beech and nearby territory.
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indices vill meet Monday, March
7th. at the home of Mr. Caldwell,
and complete details of the pro
gram lor the year. The group set
the houmtaiy of the area as Iron
DulT township, including the Andy
Ferguson farm at the steel bridge.
The survey committee is headed
by Mrs. Ned Crawford as chairman,
together with Frank Bradshaw,
Weaver Chambers. T. C. Davis and
Cash Medford. The survey has
already started, and a report will
be made Monday night.
The ways and means committee
is headed by Frank Davis as chair
man, with Msnsou Medford and
Mrs Fannie Bryson.
The program committee is com
po. ed of Mrs. C. O. Newell, chair
man. Norman Arrington and Mrs.
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enls are two sisters. Mrs. Roy
Grooms and Mrs. Sam Grooms,
both of Hazelwood; and four broth
ers, Henry. Frank. Paul, and Dean
Sherrill. all of Waynesville.
The body will be taken to the
homo in East Waynesville Satur
day. Garrett Funeral Home is in
Cliff Thompson. American-born
di fenseman of the Boston Bruins,
is a mortician at Stoneham, Mass.,
in the off season.
"Where on earth is Junior?"
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Farmer Takes A
wi' Y i
m&mSsmii nn imn Ji tiff', C jfet 's!!
Arthur G. Put man, G6- oar-old
Cross last Christmas for a wife,
before their wedding at Gallney.
22-year-old Ruby Evans of Laurel
70 applicants after wide circulation of his appeal by radios and
newspapers. They will live on rutnian's farm near Blacksburg,
S. C. He was a widower, i A I l'hotoi.
70 Women Seek Farmer's Hand; Takes
Young Girl Who Can Milk As Bride
GM KM'.Y. S. C. iUPi Arthur
Ready To Ride
NF.W YORK Huso Koldct,
Swiss six-day hike rarins ncr, is
training for the big internation
al journey to nowhere to be held
here from Feb. 27 to March 5.
Kiftern teams, representing near
ly as many foreifin nations, will
vie in (he race. Koblet and his
partner in the comins grind.
Walter Digcelman, rode their
bikes to Miami recently to im
prove their endurance and now
are working on speed tests. Both
are expert skiers and soccer
POSTMEN TO FEED BIRDS
PEKIN, III i UP) Rural mail
carriers have asked Pekin residents
to give them corn, seeds and stale
bread for srtow-bound birds in the
area. The postmen promise to
scatter the feed at spots where
hungry birds gather along1 country
DEER JOINS SHEEP
SPENCER, W. Va. (L'Pi A small
deer has been keeping strand
company on the Byron Holswade
farm. Eye-witnesses report seeing
a doe cavorting with a flock of
sheep. It has been living with the
sheep for several months.
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WHO GETS THE MONEY?
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who appealed to the Rx'd
happily upon his selection
fue.sday. The bride is
C. He chose her from
G I'liiiii.oi. called in the Ked
Cross and I he newspapers and
culled over 70 women's qualifica
tions before picking his 22-year-old
North Carolina hride-lo-be.
Now I'nlman is impatient.
The ceremony will unite the
tin icc-w idowed man. who just plain
wnated a wife, and trim, blonde
ftuby Lean F.vans of Laurel Hill,
They mailed (heir marriage li
cense to Probate .Incite Roy C.
Cobb here, lint the judge didn't re
el ive it.
So when pol'iian and Miss Evans
showed up to he married. Cobb told
them t lies il have to wait one more
day to comply fully with South
Carolina's t hour wailing period.
Piitman appealed to the Red
Cross several wicks ago to help
him find a wife, please.
The newspapers picked it up.
The ict ireil farmer, spry and
claiming to have ,i comfortable in
come and a i;re.it loneliness, said
he got letter:, tioui about 70 wo
men from all over the country.
Ittil he decided Miss Evans was
the i.'irl for him because the pic-ton-
:,he seni was pretty, "and she
sounded like she mi ant things in
She met him lace to face and
that chili hed it
He got olTers from widows with
houses in bi:; cities, lint Putman
said he k a I inner at heart and
wanted a Rirl who knew how to
milk a cow.
One woman traveled all Ihe way
from Charleston to Blacksburg to
try for Put man's hand. But she
was turned down because she
couldn't milk a cow.
Then. loo. Hie Charleston woman
said he didn't want to live on a
I. inn aio. wa hnaii.e she liked to
jitlcrbu;: too much.
But now. ...is Putman, he's
found the mil ol his dreams. Miss
Evans want, to lie,, on Ihe farm
m ar Blarkshm r. And presumably
she can milk a cow.
She is an attractive woman,
about five feel three, weighing
She. like Putman. is impatient
to get the wedding over with.
LONG TIME BORROWED
MIDDLEMURY, Vt. ( UP) In
I 1322 a student borrowed a book
from the Middle-bury College li
brary. Ihe book, titled "Letters
From an Elder to a Younger
Brother," has just been returned
to the library by the borrower's
COOU ENGLISH PREFERRED
PEORIA, III (UP) Bradley
University, tired of science spec
ialists who cannot write the kine's
English, has instituted compulsory
Ensttsh proficiency examinations
each year for all students who
make less than "B" in freshman
To Be Heard
Recordings of the program to be
presented at the Children's Con
cert of the North Carolina Little
Symphony Orchestra will be play
ed at the Haywood County Library
Saturday, March 5, at 10:30 a m .
under the direction of Mrs. o.Ina
than Woody and Miss Betsy Lane
All children and young people
are invited to hear the recordings
in order to become familiar with
the music. A brief description of
each number will also be given.
Mrs. Woody and Miss Quinlan
will be assisted by Miss Margaret
The Little Symphony Orchestra
will appear here in two concerts
on March 17. An afternoon con
cert will be given for children and
an evening concert for adults.
DRUG IS VERSATILE
CHICAGO (UP) The National
Society for Medical Research says
aureomyein, a drug used to combat
at least seven diseases, was the
most important discovery within
the last year. Aureomyein is used
to fight virus pneumonia, spotted
fever, typhus, "Q" fever, parrot
fever, eye infections and urinary
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SLICED PINEAPPLE 9-oz. 15c
CELLO PECAN KERNELS 3 1 -oz. 25c
MARISCHINO CHERRIES 8-oz. 29c
PL ANTERS CASHEW NUTS 4-oz. 33c
WHITE NAVY BEANS 2 lbs. 25c
BLACKEYE PEAS 2 lbs. 29c
COMET RICE 2 lb. Pkg. 33c
RICE KRISPIES 5-oz. Pkg. 16c
MOTHERS OATS 43c
KARO SYRUP 5 lbs. 55c
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Here's North Carolina Trio Of Track Slars
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row second, and Taylor third. Albans set three new records and won five In i
His victories came in both hurdles races, the high jump, the broad jump, and n
25 points amounted to nearly half of the Tar Heels' winning total of 52 point....
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