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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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MORE ABOUT
Judge Smothers
(Continued irom Page li
when hi' wen! lu the M j Ciuiti
in Rochester. Minn I . i- a clmekim
m 1923.
After thai. .ludee si;.thers tried
ju?1 about c cry t hint: th;it olh, i
arthritis vict i i t i l.,.c! iiiiii,
"1 lived e.chisio! on milk to,
i'.vc yearv m fruits an! w-Vtahm-tor
two mom I undt rw c:it fa
OKonwui.' ariirici.-! it u . ! 1 1 . n
Hit III- . even Mi! i ill! el! :l 1 b, ill 1 .
tenia anl iiiiK'r:i-tn wrnir ;t"al he,
-Im-;.
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pel st, mca.un s '.i i .r.t tun ,'
Bui !(i en. i ilif .iiib!T..-
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line my jaw .nekc! - 1 w i-i iiu t il'
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r a- arlt-et ei! in . hi-.. t and Miadi
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W .Nan -H
IT i'SD TO
creaturt who
I'll! I. ilely :!:e
fan! thehi ;n v
a . I. '.i d i.. . Ic. Fabb.t n a .-.nail qj.e.
'-"re Mian -it. --tare ami be petted.
a , ih.myed wit li the result that nil cam
I'm - iin i v a w idi va rielv nt Milim- Jlere
'mii.i.v liana Id a n, ire' Km, s innelix mart
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MORE ABOUT
Bankers
lC nnlinui d from Page D
banker, (he county ayent. ami the
soil conservationist .
Increasing production by in
creasing the yields per acre, and
the carrying capacil.v of the pas
1 ore.
Alore extens.ve inechani.at inn -;
ct t i tlf! the state s arii nHuri as
!ar away as nn.-sible from 'he Man
wilh the Hoe. '
Livestock and dairinc.
Increasing income b riduii'i-'
opt rat ing cos!
And fundarm nt: 1! . the neces
rit o! the Tar line farmer to
adapt him-e'l in the tremendous
change that is taking place in
American agriculture.
Pair.nini:! llirou Ii the major ,
ta.'ks. also, was the faci that agri
culture has FloWn. tlillll ihe Self-
tifTici, i.l (mtii. to a lid'lily coin- iu average 40 bushtis per acre.
n!e:; business it quuiin' acute man- in nd'cn nee lo o. sture- he
.'.ferial skill western North Carolina alone la,
EMinsion Agronomist '. li. srow as good pastilles a.- there ..i
Dellart of the Virginia Afii icultui e , in an oilier section ot Hie nation
Extension Suvici . speakim; on the that in these live couiiUe , tarimi- ,;i,t pri ,ared for nieeli
- .t.,,:,, -
IT LOOKS JUST LIKE a convertible, but tlie Katser 'VirginUn"-newest Kaiwr.jr
i -ii .i .f-t t nnrler it Durf.leri. satiny coveiins of nylon. The tm.ru ,
driver vision front and rear, plus the 112-h.p. engine and other mechanic, 1 features
ilale are : ', 000 li..eiu! ill u e lui
d dnO (aid lain. . tin, I 30 pi f fvi.i ui
n ;! I. i;a., -lid' i!i ;iiaid nil arninal
h.n
Th" l.ann- pari icularly in thi- p,,.
i"
. if llA , f
at W'ad-
. I'.ai'ln
n; km!
a'lmm:.
Thnitiah
Hun ,,M:
( i.
'I mil ili In a i a ! I , i
f't l'i : I ,,; he .. i . " ,
to. ill! -i , k li. LT.aa ;
v.oiili I'.diid -thai a.-'
c. .nnd man - i ! i h - '
'c- - uiireinniah. id , ,
or-.- and I. r
He did mniv rendu l:
ulillosophv and lid en
hi- leading lie di-m , r,
ei liA'alld-. ,1k, a, : -, ,
Keller and fan , n , , 'n ni
dill not rdve up
He came to : In- em , iu-nni
"Thai w li,-,' , n . need :,
i- an o ei w i ,i ! m i ; , , , ' n n m in
a i an-e a i: v j, , . I , ,, , i .,
Judge Sin.ii inn - iiad h - m
lite-long i I. u ie . ene ,
nn ill From hi- -n kIc.; m I, ii
tile corrupt inr. : n i-1 t r -, a
t lie polit icai in ; !. a e ',, ...ii
be-1 ti.T slide and na din,., .U
t "nun-nil r urn i rnnmiiii '
3 " IHWt" '.J!IW'
.ntportance ol rt-pJaciiiK lost plant 'now have better pastilles and Ion a
food, declared that the develop- .if pasture si a-i,:i-.
merit to the best oi ability ol the ),, Hiree years, he declared. :i00 -
area's basic asset is the co.icern, mjo Mt.w acres ol iiiip.ovtd pa-lmc
not only ol the fanner, but ol K,V(. tjt-e il added in the state,
everyone iu the community. e pointed out that an i ltii ieiil
The real basic as.-el in tin- fiu- livestock industry will keep fain,
county area, he said, is the :i3ti 0!lU aiJ01. employed the year round, in
acres ol forest land, and about 44u.- -iiad ol jut s. as'onally : th. I liw
000 acres ol crop'; ,d and pa-luie. fU)i.k i;ike'- mure capital ..M r a Slj,
,!l 1(!tl''t': Ion" period ol lime. , ,., Ul
"Thi- is the source uf Wealth -jf Vt UM. ihe a:.-rici!d nra! dmii
fm this aiea. The pie-cut and Iu- in,,in:atiim we know now. liana-- and i
,mc weaith ol all ,a,,ee uln, Ii i- jt illld aj d ,i the far.n." !n
in this area will di 'ii nil .n a large ! sij(l, "if we woi k a- a .roup will
i Mei;i upon hov, well this a-sel is'the larmer .tin bai.kt r. 'there wil
in ch'pen and cm -c:'a'il." be more progress in the Southea-; nr- in ll.n na'ia'ion nf Ihe farm-..-
'Ihe lui!..-; d", ciopiiieiil ol t he j Kin j , , ;( ,. ( ,! hi r -eel ion nf t he na- ar, at i -1 : !ii 1 d i -s.
I v, hiiai main - na ;h;s ha-ic a-- (j,,;-,
' : ' "d- In a eel i".!t nl hi- n sunlmar. he declared
amyai.nii .dial he admitted il h n
v.ntdd he land lo ju.lii'v a tractor
mi a iliana farm. Bui he added j,m
ilm ii.i: inn I be made.
Kit .ir'! V V',.vne, vice-pivirtenl !"-'
d ll.e i , di ,,. Hi -ei ve Rank ui
lin hn nnd V.I.. paiiili-d a bri'd.! ' '
nn I n 1 1 )..-: i i . id.ari v ler I Imi five- "'
Si.ee- ! ai !.n iiiiii"' he d'clar, il ; "'
I e, u il i l:',a, i Iii a epev. hi'-li pre- ! '
" : nail el product io: i. '
ii ' ai .'del In :ir - .
iid I. l.n -ed t lie importance
', ini.iv. m !' on 1 lie- nai I of t arm- ' '
am nil ural worker-. and bank- ('''
air Va lie cited ,v':"' 1
:i a i enort . l l"' " a
MOltt t:o
Bob Gibson
iContii'-i'd f i'i in r.i 1 1
lh, ( ill 11 I, a',, a:a'
Mint ,d-n I, -ti' 1
-I nl S' mil-Iteh'-
hi n I ', ,
Ti.innn ami ' i
Ilm i i " i i n i , : 1 1 .
linn 1)1-1 ;,' r
I, w
papia -nl
lh,
Aliens Creek
K onliuiii tl linm ',1S(. )
Ihe P
1 1 n i ! i inn a
I'1-. nl n 111, Il w d!
10,11 Ii'..: Hi,. , an
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"a 'in
Iii In a, i : n i
mnr
I , 'a I l:n ' i
i neal nn.
nnmdi : i
a I , n 11 i-
voi;r vtiui'T
I t. Davis
i( oiilimrc1 lu'in I'.u.c 1)
1 I" (d'n, n Hill ( em, I, ; ( d! !),. con
ducted In lh,' n:l'i Carolina Na-
-'I 'in, ad. IL'Oih II, aw Tank
t mi
l..:l -aid, on Ihe-, lliiee grmris - f skud keel) and d. elt.! our ca-h I'lnm IX tembei 1941 to D-.-cer.l- , " '.'if.'
li Iminers. bai.Kt I -. aal a';ncill- crops, build a livestock industry. !,, r 11)47. C S bank deposits in-j ' be haul. ,
Ural workers. : and develop a stronger educational (ica-cd lla ner (cut. "V.c a
'I hi lack ol pa.ut loud is prob- i program it vc are going to maki In the live nunlies in thi' area, cnun, m,
i' l t ;u tl'i ate- lane n an lo I in
milt
1 progres
taark diynsi's increased, in thi';'1''"11. ue a n
I dcvclnpinnl i 1 1 it basic ; Karm Management Specialist M. same period. 135 percent to 340 North Carolim-
.sscts in tins area. He said. s. Williams of State Cnllege Ink
"The productive al ilily ot Ihe ,11,1- audience that the "real dial
-oil depends mi plant food." He- 1 l, nge lor tin- future calls for high
Marl told bis audience "It requires
a cirtain yield per acn In break
even.
He tnund that hi- -u'l, im u 1
less.
"Slowly I am bunding up a -nitons,
loll- ll'-l-lancr In ' a.
i tie elii i ms ni 1 riv a ! a! n '
He aNo lea: in ,1
"in Ihe -dniiei nl th.- m lull!
kick ne jjs car. afc-p, 1. man -It--
Ot Cr.x:.
"U hen 1 ain 'or'ni-, , ,u iMi ,
the invalid sleep,,, h'ludv ,M1 )
01 lwo perhaps. ,,.,1 ii-,,r n, ,
i- In ue iiga in p n : . , ,.u p ,
(-inhmm- and (did
1 I'llll lh,,-e i,u: ,,; ,,
ht wiesl- a ,i( -mi,! nhdn-n;,)!-,
d
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s-i- m 1
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III.'
-lap.
n ..mill
p.,-tnr
. I The iaai wid 1 1
1'uiier. . I lh, uie in
Saluiai.v Jli'iai'i,
' il w id l.- l.'.ken in
I laaia ul m I he 1 1
I I ' I u i-, r.al in
u.'u ,d (iarrett
I it'll!' u'clnck
a; which lime
a' home ol Ihe
Hull' section,
u ."-until Cnrn-
1 "! !fo
II,
Iha
Hie
, - ' ' " " 1
Li. illUV- '
- a!', i d
1 That
( a -I w 1
'd, (ddn,
1 llu I'mmi high
'hoi.: in I rami 1.1 a' nllma! Col-
, , , U -u ,a Spat t ;i 1 1 Iiu 1 n lb w as a
, ,, , , , ,a an law -1 mmn: a: ( ,1 a' -rlmi n
w, : k I, h, required I,, , ,.,,:,, ,. v,-.,..,,,,, ,.., (.
1 ' sinclure. but that , . .. , ,' ,
a 1 ue 1 m e nn man: e,i 1 ;e service
on V.v, h , . I d'Sd M, 1 eneiverl
T.i'P'na ..: ('amp !.,,.. '., t n i.-i and
allui'ded Ollicm - Candidale School
ai Fi", I in mum a i ma ui. w iarn !m
w a- ' na ;m-s,, a;, d ,1 I inn 1 mint .
I ' : M a is entet - (! cnriha! with
",v j Hi' Tib I, d.inl. I), i is,,,,. :,,,f s:m
01, sniiii'i 1 :. ;"n. ' n am.
in'ii'l u e. , u. (lkm,,wa He
ku'i d i:, ,:, j len ,. ( Ikmawa
! t ! '- '' 1!4:.. Me In U! U.
' II -I i-.td Sil-.ei Star
1 ' ' - -and -tune and cem
on in, g ; 1 . 11 111 . s .
1 1 'a 'nek of I laze I w nud, will
- ' ' 1 w i a k a "d men 1 hei s nl
u . 1 e.m..u:,., inn I
1 " d ''ai a al.d I),
I
In
'a-. , i 'a'li-ii money
npk 'e I lie present
m ,h F, r w 1 n
it- 1 I'sl nig to I he
v. it!1", our bauds
- 'mil)-!,', Mm
tit know
sets t.nns
(ii mm. ,
n
mm. i : -i- ma ,.,
Hainr in ;i ma-ii, ;.,
1 n .' man. i.e h
h--- hi- 1 a,, - and .....
1 lir : e.dnaii nn,
thai ihe m mil , 1 "pu
I".' lint I',-,,;
' lue Him i, . ng hi- . 1
up Urn p i ,,i
tired you ,,' I,,.,
il'.e -aid
'Tnill" he eseli
1 vt l.i-c, 1 ni, bus. ,
Jimge .Simathei's,
won Ihe-e ,,,rds:
l-.3i ,ung 'u jv a:
,;a-s. wild in, indebtedness whatever
' w In n I he ' ,i!'k t- eo'tiph-teri."
!'t (man.;!,',!
'I n- M a n's (', eek Church w ish-
Sm
ibank M e li
i im Th-
He a ' ...
1 1 1 i -
!7C
I'll
: Inlan'
t . 11 Ok.
'"i
ii i d- 1 hat do not
e sin tie jell! ly in-
mi", h .aim c
II. like conl
n! 1 pi i-e "
' nl 1 a. 1 1 1 hi 1 - ol j
ma Ii c m.ti id,.;- j ,,,
1 ni,.. "i,f,l ,.. e; j
n I. !.'',. la st. I
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fi", mspire, , ...
f h ho;, hi - t,-in :
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Wings Over Jordan In Area April 6
MO!'! ?t(H I
Clyde Program
iCm-.ti'iiird fmm Pi?C It
hi ; !
n ,d ;
Hi
r. ,'k.
ield ai ihe break-even point, the
tanner will never get ahead. High
v ield.- brint: ui away from Ibis
point.
"If money Ihal is loaned is used
n buy nnor seed, both the borrow
er and Ihe lender will be behind
Ihe emht-bnM." ,
To increase and conserve soil
crtilily. conservation is not
enough, he said. ,u another point.
"We have soil that has a very
low ferlility level and this basic
fertility must be restored through
t lie us.- nf lime, lea, ones and plant
food
"Then till- lerli'ity must he con
served ihroiiL'h good Inrmin prar
Hens "
In discussing means of build
ing up and conserving Ihe soil, h,
advised the cstaohshm. n nl cro
total ion w bieh he described ;,
"cheap way l build tin land
He also advised Ihe farmers t
use tommerclal Icrtilier onlv a- a
i,;,... jr ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,... ' ,ai yvS(,,' -"'ifst. be said u e imm
..",, ." t, ' ', ', l 'e. plan! re'idue. and legume
,,! U p.. mile "nd Mr'' '",,st'rv-- flHni; I be eoiiuer
I' Wall!', , ,a ' S' i;a n-e Nl-w,''"' lV,',iliz,-r l,1;ik'' "I ll..ili
am" (leiiciencie- thai might rmmon
Mr. J. II. Hilton, dean ot th,
Stale CoWi pe School ol Agrmiil
lui'e uiL'id the e-liibli limeiit ol a
I mure efficient live-toak indu-lry
to help balance the state's amm
cullure.
i n. He pointed out that 83 per cent
i in in i of the slate'- income is frmn ci-,1,
cops. ()l this. 71 per cent come
from' cotton, tobacco, and peanul
'i 'i'l Hi Pei' ct lit from lives'm k.
The three big cash cum- ar.
Dioduced. Dr. Hilton 'declared, on
V;! -vi!' j '"ay 25 oar emit e! t!ie -tali 's ti!l-
i . .s ,imi,,n ,, ab'i land
,,'n lo'ldi i M ai will1 ' ''v state has the resources to
mrcein - mm,, trmn (louhle the lla- 1 1 ai am ..'.aim j,
f m;d ;i i !'?:' 1 Cai'nla i
"We lime tin- opportimilv now," "Seili-h
er production per man, ner acre he declaied, "II depends on what nitii.n v mil-. c
or living standards will have lo he ' we do about Ihe money we use." p.'md n- naiiai
lowered. He relerrnd lo I'tr Hilloo's rle- tabhdii, llsnk
11 '"' Pbml food limits Ihe! It takes 2 j to three acres to scri nl imi ol h vest ock hei ma I he hah , Stale ( d1 1, : ,
supply one family, according to is- a nee wheel iu agriculture, declared j La I i,.r. I
limales. he said, and the United that dairy ina lies the man close to -t oon stud, m -
States has 4(i0.00(l.000 acres with Ihe hoinu. and to the coininunilv profiam. Iirimgd
which to support a population of. Me referred also to iiiechaniza- on I. i a ,'
145.000.000. limp good farms, successful larms '.,"'''i !
There is no land shortage yet , ( nslai:!!v udna' nn uhanical power. 'I 'm 'a.1
lie declared, but lie emphasized the "The mm villi ;im tiaclor is in- will pinhdl,';.
importance of hiKh production, finitely 'inarm; to the man with!
underlining the importance of the mule." 11(11 AC! II TOll
Mechanization in farming for this And this dillerem e. he addetl. is .1 CKMPVI
higli production. (aiuiid. :.(,. t
The trend, he said, is ava'iy Irum "dr. W. i e 1,,'d :(,.,v a da'ii l.m, ha I,,. In
horse and mule-power, and toward ii.nn in Wfiinia Ihal v.aas heavily m-hl lnai
ne macnine in dent v. a- 1 1 am! .a im -d inlor:n Jma - I a., il l.u ll
"And the farmer will have to go optvalioi. laid pm dmed a net an- riihia A ,
.long with it. or qui;." nu,,l imamm nl S ObO. The cliani'e sianbi M i.,
In North Carolina. he noted, w.-. I'l.cd Ihim, an leamwajik ),-. ali.i !
' Any car without new individual, inner-spi
front shock suspension is out-cl-falil
mk
iiiin-' Tourist Group
(C (intituled from P am 1 )
V. :
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irg the
', hi rcc-u-
ui her
"ai the
be -ulmmlnd
n i nmutir.g
T-rr--' :.' ..tr ..:
n a :. , d iiiciudod:
I!"- as cha i r.m, . n .
Mis H.tL'h Rogn-s.
'da, :a, i r.,,f Mrs
' : " mai am. Carli r
man dm rl .Ins! j,.,
I li".'' : s ,t nd v. a s
a !- ( I'v.'isiv. chidr
'' u. Van n, ma r.
,' I"' i."d l.iving-
hga in allend Ilm
r Me waited until
-s, s ere oa r be
I rip liniiH'. Ann lie
ol Mm ( 'handier nt ( 'mn:m rrc board
of diiaalors lor approid
Mi . Cm na'ser named Paul
Ih.ill. Alls. Sam Quoen in rl "Hud"
(Jii.se In a com i n I M ce an. v.- up j
such a s.inmle. '
lb- I ( (iii.'-ii ( i br.l li!" ;,u
n,n ing ni;;cK ,l!Vf wrile "! (nlereu i
imm em a. pa- (npicitng ihe scen
eiy. flowc'-, or ether attractions
m Mm W;i !ie- ille area to bring
limn lo Mie Chandler office for
tl-u in the dikler.
Mr Cmmat-ur i'ddnl lh.it all j
plioin- a nuld hi' re: urn- d to t heir ,
owner- .dl.r - are ii-id. j
The ( dumber o! Commerce lM'es-i
!il' the requirements of such an
indust'y. he added, pastille, labor,
feed, hay production.
The state has 1.000.000 acres ot
hand thai are idle.
The feed I'm such an industry
mus be produced- -and the state's
! farmers can do that,
j K("-( arch work has boosted pro-
dim1 ion of corn per acre nine bush
tis in lour years. The research in
the development of hybrid corn
has resulted inj-cscarch to find bet
ter fertilization and cultivation
methods. In Ihe lie.; len years, he
said, corn production is expected
WIS OS 0V2H JORDAN CEO IE
Some of We-iein Nor'-h f aro- Mm f i i- ,-t , ,' r. , ,
tin,,'., ....... X- . ...
iinesi -e. i o ma in win stn-r rr'rectivt rdo"-
in the Western Norih Carolm-, Thr n "v di drmrns',-)r- ,ix
Spring Music Fesinal at the Ashe- M re- cf churih mus'it-h-mr
ville Auditorium April fi. Gocl '-or,?'. juh'Vcs, spirituals
AI the same time, the famed anl !, and r!aMts.
Negro choir, "Wings Over Jordan,' There will tjr perfe m.mccs by
will background the festival music. ol- wts, trio. a) q,,arott5
nr. by tb.-ir
C.eneral sentiment was that the
M Iv Inn- midniuh'. idma ,i-iu,al Mm --n, tat ion of joint efforts of both groups would
mi- hi- Mrs! morn-j the (onipitl, oop.m al mn ot Ids result in a better understanding
I eriana? -I m i jp ;hi roini l and a better season.
ivc '
h Ssiff iSwfc
I
g'fMmw m&W Hf' fill
fern if mt f mh m
Engineered (or comfort! Drive the roughest
Little Red Schoclhouse?
The event, which will be in the
One pi Ihe features- of the p-o- I
gram wnl be the sincina of "Ama7-
form of a talent demonstration, is ing Grace," in Ihe classic fashion
a benefit affair to finance construe- "V the combined choirs, including
tion of the new Hill St. i Negro , th" "Wings Over Jonrlan" group.
Baptist church, and maintenance of ! Tickets are being sold at diam
ine Good Will Nursing Home for I Pton Drug Store, Canton; Smith's
the aged. I Drug Store. Waynesvllle; and the
The singers who will appear in Asheville Auditorium.
7 W&JWWVfW,lfc''$&'?H' -' yy.)yCT ....
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This new high school under construction in Dania, Fla., is a modern version of the place where grand
ma learned her readin', 'ritin', and rithmetio. This $1,500,000 plant includes 12 separte buildings for
1,500 students. There is a library of 15.000 books, at auditorium and stage, football field, baseball
diamond, and gymnasium in the layout. And there is even sn astronomy observation platform 'perched
six stories above the ground.
less bounce over bumps
Less side-sway on curves!
To a new distribution of mass and load has been
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