THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Blood Program To vStart
In Waynes ville May 17
Waynesville' vorhnteer workers
this weeli were completing prepar
ations for the first donations in the
American Red Cross Blood Pro
gram a week trom tomorrow.
Last week. Miss Jewel Graves,
iitid representatives from the Reg
ional iilood Center at Aslu- illlo.
and Terry Cline. assistant public
information director trom ' ii e
LGUtheasU'rn area Red Cross office
il Atlanta. Ga.. conferred with local
lvoeriim officeis to help complete
liit- 01 ;-ar.uational details
The piirpo.se of this program is
to obtain blood trom volunteer donor-
to administer, flee oi chaise,
to ).il ii ills w ho need it .
'I iu-re donations arc u-ed. not
r.r.i m disaster work and other rei-tjteiiiU-v
hut for mai: othi-r :r.ed
icl pui ! " '-i -s -for iiislame. to cut
du .'. n tin cui.valesceiHe period of
pjini.'- in hospitals.
Ai! r Iril da. the w holi- ti'.ood is
procr- i d into plasma, scrums, and
t i t 1 (il l i .1 1 1 is
I l,i h'oi.d dor.ations of lesidents
ill H..'-v.ooil and 2U other western
om!i Carolina and northern South
t i ;'ji .t cwunfit s go to the Ketin li
re i Blood Ct-iitcr at Ashewlle where
the )ahoialor also is inaintaitied.
The advantage of this regional
I.K.wci center is. fundamental . this:
The people of lhee 21 counties
large quantities of every known
type of blood, including the rare
In turn, each hospital in these i
counties can get supplies of every j
blood type from the regional cen- J
ter in quantity and quickly. ,
The point is that this regional J
center will be able to supply a
hospital with a necessary quantity
of a rare type that the hospital
might not be able to find quickly
it at all in its own conynunitv.
After the blood goes to the Ashe
ville center, it is distributed from
there, as whole blood or derivat
ies. to the hospitals in this region
in quantities that the hospitals
saj they need.
Red Cross officials say their
organization sponsors the program,
that the program itself is, earned
out by the people of the individual
communities under the direction
of the hospitals.
The organization of the program '
in the Waynesville area started
several weeks ago, with Jonathan
Woody elected chairman; Joe Davis, 1
ice-chairman: Wayne Corpening. 1
donor recruitment chairman; Miss '
Betsy Jane Quintan, volunteer ser-
ice chairman: Mrs. William Nor
ris. publicity chairman; and Dr. j
Boyd Owen, medical adviser to the :
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Capus Way nick 'above' ot Ra
leigh, chairman of the North
Carolina Democratic Executive
Committee, has been nominated
hy President Truman to be I S
ambassador to Nicaragua. A
veteran newspaper man. Way
nick, has worked on papers in
High Point, Greensboro and
Charlotte in North Carolina, and
in Anderson. S, C. AP Photo .
wi.l ei.d to the reuionai center Red Cross chapter.
During tlirse luy CLEAN I P-PAINT VP iayg Kyj ,
liollier with haking? Rely on us to supply youf
family's needs for delicious bread, cake, paetrj
Music lovers of North Carolina
will meet in Asheville for the four
day State Convention of the Fed
eration of Music Cluh- opening
Dr. Mary Michal. president ol
the Waynesville chapter, al-o an
nounced that a program of church
music wifl feature the Tluii-da
James Allen Dash ot I'hiladtl
phia. will serve as kuom cm dm 'or
for this program, which will -tart
at 8:15 p.m. at the City Auditorium.
Convention headquarter- will he
at the George Vanderbilt Motel.
Members of the Soeo Gap Road
Boosters Club adopted a constitu
tion and by-laws, and named spe
i cial committees for their new or
: ganUatiun at a meeting Thursday
j night at the Mount Valley Inn.
1 ' The Rev. Malcolm Williamson,
i pastor of the Waynesville Presby
terian Church, complimented the
members on their action to de
ivelop and beautify the Valley for
' its possibilities as a tourist center.
Mrs. James Robert Plott. Jr..
was elected secretary of the Club
' to fill the vacancy created by the
resignation of Mrs. A W. Phil
lips. Carl Henry was appointed chairman-
of a membership committee,
and Mr- Beit Wakgrct-n and Ches
ter I.a Fontaine were named member-
lo serve with him. The ap
pointments were made by Fred
Campbell. Club president.
A community betterment and
service committee also was ap
pointed with James R. Plott, Sr.. I
'chairman: Charles F. Owens. Mrs.,
William Cherry and Henry Camp-
hell, as the other members. ;
The adoption of the constitution
and by-laws came by a unanimous
vote following the report of A, W.
Phillips, chairman of the commit
tee which had been appointed to
work on these matters.
The Club members decided to
meet the first Thursday night of
The next session will be a din
ner meeting at the Inn.
Vaughn Cannon Hears Sentence
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Vaughn J. Cannon i right stands in police court at Asheville and
hears Judge Reed Kitcnin sentence him to serve three and a half
years on the roads and pay a fine of S5.000. He was convicted
of violating gambling laws and conspiring to violate them. Beside
him stands his attorney. I. C. Crawford. The defendant gave
notice of appeal to the Superior court and bond was fixed at $10.
000. Cannon was described by prosecutors as "the king bee" of
Buncombe county gambling rackets. ' AP Photo i.
Power To Be
Off Two Hours
On May 15
I with 2y
H. H. Burleson of the Caro
lina Power and Light Company,
announces that the power will
be off in Waynesville, Hazelwood
Lake Junaluka, Balsam and the
R.E.A. lines on Sunday, May 15tij
from 2 to 4 p. m.
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30 Saunook Folk
Uy JEAN MALI.
Approximately 30 re-idenjs oi
Saunook attended their Commun
ity Development Program meeting
last Friday at the school house,
with Community Chairman R N.
Mr. Barber introduced i-tant
County Agent Wayne Kranklm.
who discussed home beautification.
illustrating his talk with slide-.
It was decided that the next
MRS. FSSIE McCRACKEX
Funeral services for Mrs Essie
Mocleii McCracken. 56. who died
Fiiday at her home in the Crabtree
-ection ol Maw(Kd county, were
held Sunday at 3 p. m. in Rock
Spnncs Baptist church.
The H( vs Doyle Miller and R.
P McCracken officiated and burial
..-a hi the church cemetery. Pall-berei-
wen nephews. Joseph Mc
Craiken. Darwin McCracken. Edgar
Mi K i ov Lewis McEkoy. Harold
Hoclcn and H L. Moglerl Nieces
and pranddaueliter- served as flow
Surviving are three daughters.
Mi s Gay Hradshaw and Mrs. James
Best of Crabtree and Mrs. Bobby
Ferguson of Newport Ncws. Va.:
three sous. Andy McCracken of
Flag Pond. Tenn . Troy McCracken
of Crabtree and Russell McCrack
end of Detroit. Mich,: 19 grand
children: a sistr. Miss Wilsie Hog
kii of Clyde RFD 2, and five broth
ers Fred Hoglen of Crabtree. Ever
ett linden of Franklin, Larvie Hog
len of New Jersey. Furman rjoglen
of Asheville and Lemuel Hoglen
Tuesday. May 10th
Mrs. Henry F"ancis
Mrs. Wiley franklin
Mrs. Guy W.lls
Spring Hill School
Ed Blalock's Store
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UNC Grads In
Haywood County lumni of the
I niversity of North Carolina will
hold a dinner meeting at Mount
Valley Inn Wednesday, May 11, at
Special guests for the event will
b e Coach Carl Snavely, George
Hogan, secretary of the Education
al Foundation, and Fred L. Huff
man of Morganton. I
Members of th- Alumni Assoc
iation from Jackson, Swain, and
Macon Counties are expected to at-
Powell Service Station 2:15- 2:35 lend the meeting as well as a large
The Bookmobile schedule wiil be representation from Haywood. Re-
changed to some extent when
schools are closed for the summer
Persons interested in having the
Bookmobile come to their com
munity are asked to contact Miss
Margaret Johnston, county librari
an, immediately since the new'
schedule is now being Jlanned.
servations for the dinner may be
made with Roger Walker at Phone
Officers of the Haywood group
include Fred Ferguson of Canton,
president; Alvin Ward, vice-president;
Jim Gwyn, secretary; and
Roger Walker, treasurer.
jJp CLEAN UP I
You eon entrust everything from
dad's pet stacks to your prize eve
ning gown to us for immaculat
cleaning and pressing.
Play safe with winter clothing,
DRY CLEAN BEFORE STORING!
WE HAVE MOTH-PROOF BAGS FORM
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"Particular Cleaners For People 111
FRED SHEKHAN JOE UNEK, J
rS- i Key
All-Day Study To
Be Held Thursday
At Ratclifle Cove
There will be an all-day study
j meeting at the Rateliffe Cove Bap
tist Church starting at 9 a.m.
The session will be for tbe wo
men who will help with the Church
Miss Daphne Boone, association
al missionary, will conduct the
j study of the Bible School book dur
1 ins the meeting.
Mrs Algie Rateliffe. Bible School
principal, said the school would be
held early in June, with the speci
fic date lo be announced later.
She suggested that those plan
, ning to attend the meeting bring
I sandwiches for luncheon.
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"Home" is the place to come for real Ford
Service. By "home" we mean your Ford Deafer.
We know your Ford from A to Z. We know the
best ways to save you time, money and trouble.
You'll know what we mean when you reop the
benefits of our: ,
Genuine Ford arfe
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Waynesville, N. C.
Scout Court Of
Honor Set 16th
A Court of Honor for Boy Scouts
in the I'iceon River District. Daniel
! Boone Council, will be held Mon
' day night. May 16, 8 o'clock, at
, the First Baptist church in Canton,
i Frank Lane, Troop 8 Lake Juna-
luska. will receive the Star rank.
Richard Parham. Troop 2 Waynes
ville, Charles Stamey, Troop 16
Canton, and Charles K. Mills. Troop
1 Canton, will receive the Life
Joe Jack Wells. Troop 12 Bethel;
wiil receive the highest award in
Scouting, that of the Silver Palm
to the Faele award.
D. W. Randolph, of Canton, Dis
trict Chairman of Advancement,
will preside over the Court of
The Pigeon River District Com
mittee will hold its regular monthly
business meeting immediately fol
lowing the Court of Honor. W. S.
Prevost, of Hazelwood, District
Chairman, will preside.
HEAR THOSE CLASSES
Because of a mistaken sense of
vanity, girls often refuse to wear
badly needed glasses. You can
find beautiful and attractive frames
which, in some Instances, even
enhance your appearance. Get
your prescription for glasses to
day and select flattering frames.
meeting would be held at 8 p.mj
May 20 at the school.
Refreshments will be served,
and there will also be special
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