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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
BERLINERS HAIL TRUCK DRIVERS
Community Development Program To Feature Afternoon Activity
Haywood County Day To Mark Formal
Opening Of Junaluska's 37th Season
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xm Trout man s rtirwtiori and the
Wavnosxille Hign School (.'horu.v
directed hx Cha.les Islex
The Kcv I. G K-lnon pastor ot
l!it FirM Baptist Church of
W eesv ille, vuil ctolivtr the 111
xw.ii.uu Mtiu-h will bt followed by
Scnpluir trading bx the Rex. D
D. C"Iios, pallor ol the Clde Bap
Following Mr Iande. address.
iJr ClaiK will diMiis? communitv
Then Mr. Islex will lead the
Mucins oi fUesl Br the Tie that
Binds" and the Rev M K. Wil
liamson. pstor of the Waxnesxille
Pre b ; 1 1 -iar. Churc h uil! give the
In-nedic tion which will close the
Biiruit had weather people
frcMi. exerx commumtx in the coun
t are expected lo attend the event
at the lakt
Willis Burnett of Lake Ixxgan ;.
Road xxho -.uftered a tracluredj
skull xxhen he a;. hit by a shovel j
last month, ha been transferred
to a Richmond. Va.. hospital from !
Moore General Hospital at Sxvau- .
nanoa for an operation
His condition was described this;
week is soniexxhat unproved but
Sam Freeman charced with as
sault uith a dcadlx ucapon. lias j
been held in jail without bond j
since Max 21 when the attack oc- I
currrd. pending the outcome of '
the 28-xear-old mans injuries. j
Mr Freeman admitted hitting
Mr. Burnett during an" argument
in front of the Burnett home.
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The nei total eclipse of the
moon, xisjbie generally through
out North America, will occur on
Oi-. ti, 1SH9 with the moon totally
tciipsed from 9:20 to 10:33 p.m..
EST Another total eclipse will
conic on in, evening of Sept. 2,
Iraq's national holidax is cele-
j braled Max 2 because that is the
jbirthday of the reigning king.
Faisal 11. The monarch, although
i only H on Max 2. 19-19. has been ,
1 ruler of Iraq's 4 .MX). 000 people !
for more than a decade. ,
ATOf THE SHO0lDS, of juk)Uant Btrliners are drivers of the first truck
lo enter the German metropolis from the Western Zone after the lilting
of the bl.xki.de The men. who brought in 4 load of fre?h mcunXera,
ere given bottles of wine and floral wreaths. (.Internal. oiiul)
BILL HOLLAND VINS GRUEL
ING INDIANAPOLIS RACE AT
121.377 MILES PER HOUR on
Get the Tire
CHAMPION race drivers
DEMAND and USE the
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winning cars at Indianapolis for
26 consecutive races! What
greater proof is there ol
Firestone superiority? You and
your family need the extra
protection that only Firestone
De Luxe Champions give you . . .
and best of alL these famous
tires cost no more than ordinary
tires! Trade Danger for Safety I
Come in . . . get our extra big
Trade-in Allowance for your old
tir.al LET'S TRADE TIRES
Pfc. Lewis Beaver
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Clraveside services for Pfc. Lew
is Andrew Beaver. 32, of Waynes
xille. who was killed August 26,
1945. in Germany, will be held at
3 p m. Sunday in Crawford Mem
Full military honors will be ac- i
corded by the Waxnesxille Post 47.
American Legion, the Veterans ol j
Foreign Wars, and the 120h Heavy
Tank Company. National Guard. ;
The Rev H I. Youn.H, chaplain i
ol the Li '-ion nost. will olliciate. !
The bod- is expected to arrive j
in AshoxiHo Friday II will I c lak-
i n lo Crawford Funeral llon;i lien j
where il will remain until the hour
of the service.
Pic. I!, aver was killed in an
automobile accident while serving
in an anti-aircraft unit. IJurina i
his service career his duties took
Mini to llcluhim, Holland. France, I
and Germany. :
Mnvixing are the widow; a
daughter. Andia Beaver of Detroit;
the parents, George Beaver of
Knoxxillc and Mrs. George Beaver
of Sylva: a brother. Mack Beaver
of Sylva, and a sister, Mrs. Vir
ginia Baker of Sylva.
Seven hundred and fifty farm
bovs in eight southern states this
summer are going to learn that
trees can be managed as a crop.
For the fourth consecutive year
I he pulpwood industry through the
Southern Pulpwood Conservation
Association is providing one
week's camps where the care and
wise use of forest trees will be
taught to these boys.
The boys selected to attend
these camps must earn that nrivi.
lege by performing outstanding
work during the school year on
forestry protects either on their
own woodlots or in their school
activities. The State Extension
Service and Vocational Agricul
tural Department usually make the
The Association sponsored camp
in North Carolina is administrated
by State Forester W. K. Beichler
and will be held at Singletary Lake
Group Camp on the Bladen Lakes
State Forest near Elizabethtown,
from August 15 through 20, with a.
total attendance of approximately
75 boys. The following pulpmills,
all members of the Southern Pulp
wood Conservation Association,
will finance the camp: The Cham
pion Paper and Fibre Company
of Canton. North Carolina Pulp
Company, and Riegel Paper Cor
poration. The winners of the Seaboard Air.
line forestry contest will attend
the Bladen Lake camp as the guests
of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
and their co-sponsors of the pror
MRS. LENA REED
Mrs. Lena Reed. 69. died at her
home on Smathers Street here
early Tuesday after an illness of
Funeral services were held at 3 '
p. in. Wednesday in the Richland
Baptist Church with the Rev Jar- j
vis Underwood officiating. Burial ,
was in Green Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Lucius llaynes.
Russell Gilliland. Brainier Milch- j
ell. John Mitchull. Pink Mitchell
and Bouner Mitchell.
Surviving are two nieces. Mrs.
Hussell Gilliland and Mi-. Carl
Ledford of Wayncsx illi : six neph
ews, Bonner, John and Brainier
Mitchell of WaynesviUc; Pink
Mitchell of Johnson City. Ten n..
Ed Mitchell of Marion and Waller
Mitchell of Gastonia.
Crawford Funeral Home va- in
charge of arrangements.
BAMJURA DE YN GIBSON
Barbara Dean Gibson, 10-tuonth
old daughter of Mr. and Mis. Wes
ley Gibson of WaynesviUc. died at
the home of her parents on Hian
ner Avenue Wednesday morning.
Funeral services were held this
afternoon in the Dellwood Baptist
church with the Rev. John Finger
officiating. Burial was in the Dell
Surviving are the parents: two
sisters. Angelus and Mary Ellen
Gibson of the home; the paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Gibson of Maggie, and the mater
nal grandmother. Mrs. John Mc
Mahan of Clyde. Route 1.
Crawford Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Funeral services for Allen Cub
son, 74, of Luther, who died Tues
day night in a Haywood County
Hospital, were held at 2 p. in.
today in the Church of God at
The Rev. L. D, King officiated
and burial was in Gwyn Cemetery.
He is survived by the widow,
Mrs. Mollie York Gibson: seven
sons, IJowden and Francis ot Can
ton, Arrie of Arden. Arthur of
West Asheville and Luther, Cecil
and Sewell Gibson of Luther: four
daughters, Mrs. Bertha Lankford
and Mrs. Gladys Morris of Can
ton, Mrs. Ruth McCarson of South
Hominy and Mrs. Myrtle Odum of
Greenville, S. C: two sisters. .Mrs.
Lizzie Inman of Gastonia and Mrs.
Ida Rogers of South Hominy; two
brothers, George Gibson of Clyde
and Manuel Gibson of Belmont;
28 grandchildren and four great
" Crawford Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
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Firestone Koine & Auio
Main Street W, M. "Bill' Cobb, Owner
Cafe In Clyde
Leon Caldwell, who hap begun
operation of a cafe in Clyde, has
purchased the 17-room apartment
house that quarters the eating es
tablishment The building, located, nearly two
blocks from the center of Clyde,
houses Mary s Beauty Parlor in
addition to Caldwell's Cafo ri.
I property was purchased Irgm Clyde
marcus of Portsmouth, Va., for
merly of Clyde.
Mr. Caldwell, who with his
family, operate the cafe, was em
ployed for many years at the Juna
luska Supply Company and at
In astronomy, the Metonic cycle
is a period ot C years, after, the
lapse of which the new and full
moon returns to the same dayi of
the year, j
To Preach At
Swaij) County High School's 63
graduating seniors, their parents,
and other friends will hear the
Ilev. M. R, Williamson, pastor of
the ' WaynesviUc Presbyterian
Church, preach the baccalaureate
sermon Sunday morning at Bry
The Services are scheduled for
.11:15 a.m. at the school auditorium.
The Rev. S. L. Lamm, pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Bry
son City, will say the invocation.
To M.eet Tomorrow
Masons of Waynesville Lodge 259
will hold their stated communica
tion at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
Masonic Temple, Secretary C. B.
Hosaflook announced today.
There will be a regular business
session followed by an interesting
program arranged by Program
Committee Chairman Paul Davis,
The number of milk cows on
American farms declined 2 per
cent in 1948 and has dropped a
ttJ PI 12 per cent since 1944
FATHERS DAY JUNE lth
Choose His Gift At Raiff'sj
Wise Shoppers Know - You Can't Beat R
Vrkw Mam's PlnfliA? TrAmAnrln... o i I
Values Bigger Than Ever! , Get Your $3
MEN'S SOULIER SUITS
Reg. $50 Values!
Depend upon Raiff's to save you money! Here
svr truly FINER suit. Single and double breasted
siyles, in tan, gray and blue. Regular, stout and
longs in sizes 35 to 44.
Special Group! STUDENT SUITS
Reg. $29.98 Reduced to $14.98
Hundreds of Pairs Reduced!
MEN'S SUMMER SLACKS
Regular $5.98 and
$6.98 Values Now
Sharkskins W j
Tan, fray and blue. Zipper closing. Regular sizes. 1
Reg. $2.98 (1 AO
Cotton gabardine in gray,
i tnu and blur.
YthiU and color. Short
sleeves. Cut full nht.
, prints. Madid
Raiff's Special Pure!
EN'S FINE 1
Hundreds! All New!
Actual $2.98 Values
Buy Now for Father's Da,
Shirts made to fit right! Plenty of iU
Sanforized shrunk to wsih perfectly.
keep their shape ! Plain colon nd ttrj
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New Summer pat
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Right for hot Summtr
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RAIFF'S BUSY BOYS' DEPARTHEI
Has the Bargains in Summer Clott
BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS
Regular $1.98 and
$2 SO Values on Sale
Checks, PWids and Stripes a
Boy Like Best!
Notic the excellent quality of the broadcloth . . I
the fine workmanship! Convertible collars. Short
awves. Neat pockets. Sizes 6 to 16 years. Stock
P now for all Summer and Save!
5AU! BOYS' COTTON T-SHIRTS
man. ..,.1. ana colors . . .
many noteiue, bojt likes best. Round
y,ML98 Wash Sui Reduced To - - - To
to zc Novelty Sock On Sale
tA0c!lPc?oy, 25c "d 29c Anklet. Reduced, pa -
an , u vaawtuuine I aula
rT" f0 $l-98Denim Overall., I to 6 Y. -
r--w vymi, aiacM, assorted cowr, w w v