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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Salem Centennial "NS HOPE ONBBflj
Old College Becomes Hospital
Time Turns Back In Winston
1 "" 'rr"" TWFn
A series of meetings for this
week in connection with the Com
munity Development Proeram and
(other matters was announced to-
wirmmv W tfa I.I - S :
vwvlfr Whr' ViiM ? rt X )
Ir'A Iff 1 :: n&tL
f HJL III-, ...
uity i iujiuws:
ThurtdayW. A. Stephens, N.
C. State College extension bee
specialist, will spend the day in
the county. He may be contacted
through CoUntV Aeont Wacna
'7:30 p.m. Center Piueon Com
munity meeting, Longs Methodist
Friday, May 20: I
7:30 p.m.-Fines Creek Cominun- I
ity meeting, Fines Creek School,
County Schools Superintendent '
Jack Messef and D. Reeves Noland
7:30 p.m. Cove Creek commun
ity. Baptist Church;
White Oak'Communiiv Pi-h. '
Saunook Community. Saunook
School, program featuring movie
Jli-re are v iews of Vnlilc-c Con. i.il llopil.il which held open house
riiur.da in ci-lrliiviimii ol , ,-..,)li.i..n at a cot 0 $150,000.
Located lour mile. In, in VaMc-c hi Huikc counly. the hospital
and clinic occupy Iniiliiiii;.;- . h lonnei lv housed old Kutherford
Collefif. The building ;,i I, II i,,p ... ihc uciicitJ hosoital. The clinic
is housed in the whit, -pilar iMnldmu ,,t ip.'hl. Tliov are connected
In an enclo-cil coiiidm. hoitopi is the new nurses- home built
just to the lirht ol the clinic. The Imihl.ni: fund for the hospital
c ame largt-ly from public rout nhul ions. Al' Photos'.
Hear Progress Reports
flock Hill School Sets
A colorful May Day Program !
starting at 10 a.m. Wednesday will
honor 30 sixth grade Rock Hill
School pupil who are being pro
moled. N. W. Rogers, the school princi- j
pal, announced this week thnt ih '
program would be highlighted by j
singing, games and dances, includ- ;
mg a May Pole feature
He said an invitation is extended !
to all parents of school pupils.
if W, St
in . mi '- tifefafi
DURING AN INTERV.EW at his home outside 'J
fmaacu l Wirn that rko
wo:ld solve the "roval oi.Pit)nn .-
throne. Pictured here with hi. . e.ttlJ
he hoped the new Parliament, which wiliTtf
ouicklv rpmnvp H ',, .1 , .
, U on nis return to
Orange Juice , "
Recent tests show ' that oran?( I A Dair
juice, extracted at night and kep. ( pluckL
covered in a rotriaa . .. . 1
hralrfnt Hncc n .
Itw woe viiamm u. stitrhin
Ratcliffe Cove Adopts
New Program Projects;
Names 3 New Groups
I3v MT?S A I (UK 1! rri.urK
Mountaineer Coric ponih nt
The adoption of community pro
jects, progress reports. ;md the
appointments ol Ihree new ,,iiis
featured the HaleliiTc Cove Coni
munity Development Program's
regular monliilv mc' ini:; I hursd.n
Approxiniatel, oil residents
the community came to the Kli7;i
belh Chapel Methodist church to
help si t up ihc new groups and
lake part in the varied program,
with ('(immunity Chairman It. C.
They adopted the reconiinenda
t"iis ol the fays and Means Com
I'm up-direction signs through
em the (onimunily;
To establish a ((immunity motto;
ISiaultlv the cemetery;
Having a large mailbox and a
You Will Find M BAY'S
NEW LOW PRICES
OBI PETERS SHOES
- FOR MEN AND BOYS -
Dress and Work Shoes
The Peters Company has announced reductions on most
of their line. Here at Rav's-wo r
tions into immediate efTect. rr
CITY CLJJB SHOES ALSO REDUCED
Where Peters has made a reduction in the nrir
of City Club Shoes, we are passing H oh to you
WHEN YOII RTTY DFTFPC cxirwc
w Uxu.iu kilUljO . . .
You get the best values on the market' lor your nioney.' "
ye Have Ypur Size and Your Type
i ii rr ii .i -vi arp u mmm urn
sign set up al each farm showing
the name of the owner.
They deelded to choose the com
munity motto from siiKKcstions
sent in by each meinher, and to
award a prize to the person whose
suggested motto is adopted.
in connection with these pro
jects, new committees were set up
Cemetery Chairman, c C
Francis, llob Wtlli:itits M,-.- A I..;.
Iiatcliffe and George Liner.
motto Mrs. Way Ii;itclilTe, chair
man; C. C. Francis W,r,l wl.i
. . " ' ' ivpill -
riek, R c. Francis, and Claude
wJ.,'"W ""d N""-t'l'airnian.
Mdrk Galloway, Hay Miller and
As these new projects were 1
Planned, the audience heard of the I
progress that has been made al-
i i euuy. i
I'oultiy Chairman l.em Leopard j
reported he had acquired 100 baby
chicks for food, and 250 more for 1
raising ' a laying lock to produce
hatching eggs he will sell.
Boone Swayngini and Mrs Frank
Leopard also reported ih. hn.)
started a laying flock. I
Alfalfa Claude Fraiieis Hl...
sing the advantages of a good field
of alfalfa, offered to show his field
to anyone interested, and to ex
plain end answer their questions.
He SDOkp in !!., il, ,. . .
,- ""wine "i Al
falfa committee chairman .
DairyJne--Mrs f i i
di3cussed the building of Grade
A. barns and the advantages of
buying the best dairy cows
Beef Cattle -Chairman Claude
Francis spoke on the advantages of
having the best grade of beef cat
tle. He added th.f k j ,
now was greater than it has ever
Tobacco Chairman n r.
Swayngini, discussing this year's
shortage of tobaeen ntmi,
members of the communitv who
nave plants to remember their
We are proud that a member of
our community was chosen as
County-Wide chairman for the
Community Development Program
The resignations of JUrs. Theo
dore Haby as chairman of the
Beautificalion committee and Mrs
Way HatclilTe as rhnirm.-.., or n,o
scrapbook ahd progress committee
Mrs. Claude Fronds u-a.
the new chairman of the beautiR
cation group, and Mrs. Carl Jones
was elected In vmwi Mrt- rt
clifrc as Wiairmaii of the scrapbook
dna progress committee.
We- extend our emiirr.ilnlaiinnc
to Mr. Francis' on being selected
fr this' honor and wc feci that
th Ittmiinafinu nimmilten mj th
people 'of Haywood County have
wae a Wise ehoicc.
The strighie of "Amerie:.- lw fh
group opened the nrnoram .,h
Mrs. Way RatcIilTe accompanying
at nit; JIUO.
Mis. IIuL'h Ilatl lilTn ,!...-., IK.. .1
votfonal, reading the 19th J'salmi
and the faimnia nnnn "t... i...'
C. C. Francis closed uiih
Chairman n r rr..i, .i.
took charge and asked for the rcad-
"S ui me minutes of the last meet
lug. After these minutes were read
by' Ml-s. James Medford, commun
ity 8ecretarv k .
- - " Luiiuiiiiiec
chairman was eivvn iic r .i
tervlng with his group.
' The "Mr. Francis read the
county goals for the program.
' At the codntv-widn
'night at the Towne House,
Ine Ratclirfe Cove communh,,
represented by Chairman R. C
FtMtciB, lra. Medford, Mrs. Hugh
The hustling city of Winston-Salem turned the calendar hack a hundred years May 12 in celebrating
the centennial of Forsyth county: Here are some of the scenes. Upper left: Bearded citizens ride ii a
donkey cart in (he sfiVet pilracte. Those beards were nursed along for months just for the occasion.
Upper right: Poficeman Sid Hiimillon" tides an early 1800 bicycle in the parade. Walking along are
men and women dressed in the fashions of 104!). Lowe, left: Hoards, parasols, lop hats and fancy cali
cos are much in evidence aitmng this group (if dandies and belles riding in a 1908 automobile. Kvery
kind of conveyance of 1he pa'st century was seen in the parade. Lower right: A lime capsule is buried
on the courthouse square to be opened on May 12. 2049. It contains newspapers pamphlets and manu
factured products of the limes. I.ftft to right: Mayor Renrc.c 11. Lenlz. Congressman Thurmond Chath
am, County Commissioner James G. Ha lies, and North Carolina's (lev. Kerr Scott, i p photo
VffVall M. .
$3,.ppqr00p forehead Planetarium Dedicated
I A.N -
NEW LOW P
- And Many Oth
Heie ue four of the principals who iiMi iiciiv-ii0,i i ,u j.,..,..., ' ' it b "' : e"';y; - t" -
ing on the University of North Carolina c. VcZZ tr u h ' "?he'd Bui,d-
ium on a college campus in the world, along with art A,eHcs d "" fim PlaWtM-
right: Chancellor Robert B. House, John Motley M ireheacl of New York luu H h ""t ""If"
and diplomat who gave the project to the university Go K , chem,St- '"dustrialist
Graham, former president oi the univershv M re el.l i 1 L" S' Sei,atr Frank R
. ...: -V' Molllu''ll ls alumnus of the university. i.AP Photo.)
Leftover chicken soup may be You can usuallv count on ,
s retched with a can of cream pound of fresh shrimp to m ,
style corn and enough salt and pep- main dish to serve three wh , i is
per to season well. Servo .iih J t( "lu" " ls
ll's Tea At Dinner
TORONTO UP)Delegates at
the Canadian Restaur-!.,
light sprinkling of paprika or chop-1 sauce: if the shrimp is to" be'n'seH '' c0llvemin were told that 57
ped parsley or a sprig of water-j for a first-course cockta I I centt of Canadians favor coffee
cress. .: , . '"" l""d.at breakfast anH ih.i .
m-ivf lour easily. ! , - " "u per cent
WHCC RADIO PROGRAM
VV M.VV o I
KKIDAY. MAY ?0
6:05 Farmers Almanac
VKft-Tuke a Number
!:00 Sacred Heart
11:15 Hymns of All Ages
,10 Morning Devotions
9:45 Airl.me Melodies
10:0S -To The Ladies
10:30 Keyboard Melodies
10:45 Vocal Varieties
12;15 Farm Forum
12:30 Blue Ridge Partners
12 :45 Trading Post
)2:50 Hlue Ridge Partners
1 00- News. Stoi:ks. and
115 Riders of Purple
1 :30 Reviewing Records
2:00 NEWS i
2 05 Itevjeiving Kccords
3 05 Concert Hour
4:00 In Your Neighbor
hood 4 :05 Don Matney's
5:05 At Your Request
5 30 Veterans Adm.
5:45 rhlldreas Story
6:00 EVENING EDITION
8:15 Sftotlight On Sports
8:30 Dinner Music
7:00 up Commentary
7:30 Community Devel-
7:45 Mike Mysteries
8:00 NEWS ,
8:05 Waltz Time
b:is Guest star
8:80 Sine Time
8 55 NEWS
9:00 Al Trace Orchestra
10:00 NEWS .
10:05 Musk- To Read By
10:54 NEWtf '
11:00 Sign Off
SATURDAY, MAY 31
5:59 Sign On
6:05 Farmers Almanac
7:05-Take A Number
8:15 Mountain Melodies
9:05 Truths Men Live Pv
8:30 Morning Devotions
,.? ;5?t'nrv Burnette
10:05 Dixie Land Hill
billies l?StNEW8F,,r WOme"
11:05 News and Views of
11:301 Smoky Mountain
18:15 Farm Forum
12:30-Bh,e Ridge Partners
1 ZS?Jh ""ta'neers
R,t'1 Mtn. Bow
8.30 Silver Strings
7:081400 Club 8
S-StS;" of. Melodies
U:00 Sign OIT
I Sl'MlAy, MAY 22
I 7:59 Sign On
I 8:05 Merle Pitt
I :i?,lR Boy Hooper ..
9:30 Church of God
n "WIru,hs Mp L've Bv
,n ,r s'lr,day School
: Silver Strings
m Church Service
1 .00 NOON EDITION
iS."e8 of Hope
2 30Baptist Hour
2 -Concert Hour
4- OOEast Canton Church
Jin nAv u Ledlord
4 30-Crahtrec Baptist
-nnvJ -, v- W,1- Abel
5 - S0 Melody Five Quar
5:30 Sanfnrd Quart?!
iH'jlM on Snorts
h.. to Old Soups Beloved
7 (to Pod Music
!o .gz To Rtad E-
MONDAY, MAY 23
5:59 Sign On
6 00 NEWS
SiifcSES .AndA Tune
fi-3,tSVmns of A" Ages
!H: t&',,r,1 Melodies
j:0O-NEWs V,,nCllCS .
l:002Iue Ridee Partners
l -nZ:Rj,!rs Pl,rpla.Sage
3:05 r.. .
4'-0SJ$n Matney s Hill-
bll v RounriMn
7 lftrcf wly Fiv Quar
..iO Community Devel
.'ttftfflt ' Musie
J?t!iiTo Rd By
H:00S,gn Off 1
Big Dad -
AND FOR BOY;
1 to 5 OVERALLS . .
2 to 6 OVERALLS .
In The Children s Rofl"1
8 to 16 OVERALLS . .
OVERALL PANTS . . . ,
In The Boys
"You Will Alway? Fir
Low Prices High Q
th general -officers.