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Friday, July 15
CECIL and CRl'SO
Farr.s Store " 9:30- M5
W. A. Swanger 10:05-10:20
Mr Edgar Burnett 10:30-10:45
Mrs. Guy McCall 1 1 30-1 1 45
Mrs B F. Sellers 12:00-12:15
Ciiuo Grocery 12:30-12:45
iitiuon Grocery 1:00- 1:15
Spnngdale School 1:30- 2:30
Hatheili Grocery 2:45- 3:00
S.iitieiou Grocery 3:15- 3:30
Monday. July 1H
SOCO (i.P ROAD
1 1.40-12 00
12:40- 1 00
..i;- Dave Plot!
? lit l St' I Vice St. il loll
Smoky Mi Gift Shop
Tv.:- r O Di'Mii.ui
KefVes Service Center
h Nptriiiient Sta
Wednesday, July 20
ILVS 1 REEK and BALSAM
i. K Chambers 9:10- 9:25
:k VVarhck 9:30- 9 50
rt.l Wilson 10:00-10 20
jK1.ii s Home Gro. 11.00-11:20
buw Cate 12:00-12:20
Beck 12:30-12 50
iv. Valle'. Groc 1:10- 1:30
Friday. July 22
JONATHAN CREEK ROAD
a- Stoie 10:30-10:45
,e Bo'.d '0:50-11-10
. Uuudv s Store 11:20-11 40
.e Bioun? Store 11:55-12 15
Monday. JhIv 25
Mi dim d Farm Service
M.,!icm 9 15- 9 30
M ;iev Donaldson 10.00-10 15
Bu-Mes Store 10 30-10:45
ra Hipp s Grocery 11:10-1 1:30
Sir.r- Grocery 11:45-12:05
V.li.., neon's Grocerv 12 20-12:40
Ci: de Town Hall 100
Tuesday. July 2fi
K, Davis" Grocery 10 00-10.20
H tli's Store 1 0:30-1 0:50
M, s B. M. Stamev 11:00-11:20
G L Blalock s Gro 11 30-11 45
Wednesday. July 27
Eiadlev's 9 00- 9:45
Hai luood Town TInll 10:00-11 00
Lake Junaluska 11 30-12 30
I he boyhood home ot General
Dwivht D. Eisenhower at Abilene.
Kansas was dedicated as a national
thmie June 22. 1947.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Reg. Price 7.95 to 9.35 Sale fcrice $g
Reg. Price 10.95 lb 14.95 Sale Price $g
Reg. Price 14.95 to 17.95 Sale Price $ Q
Reg. Price 17.95 to 22.95 Sale Pricfe $ J4
Reg. Price 22,95 to 26.95 Sale Price
Values to $7.95
WHIU U. S. NAVAL UMITS under Ms command pay a friendly visit to Manila, Vice Admiral Orear C. Badger
(left) shares a toast with Philippine President Hpldlo Quirino at Malacanan Palace. It waf daunt; Badger's
visit to the Philippines that President Quirino Mid Generalissimo Chiang Kai-s'ii k of China asicul tn an
Anti-Communist Pacific Pact designed to "halt the menace of Communism in the Far Ka:U" (i.teriujiui.ul)
To Leave For
Iowa July 19
Forty hoys and girls represent
ing Haywood County 4-H Club's
ui'l leave at 7 a in. Tuesday for
a one-week visit in Washington
County. Iowa The trip will start
from the Haywood County Court
House in Waynesville.
There, as guests oi 4-H Club
members they will study farmine
methods and industrial plants in
I In Iow a county, and take part in
the home life of their hosts and
in community recreational activi
ties. Thi js i he first ot a scheduled
series of inteisectional visits of
4-H club members throughout the
Plans are to have Washington
County 4-H Ixiys and girls visit
Haywood next year.
Meanwhile, the Haywood young
sters hosts are 'boning up" on
facts and pictures of Haywood
County in preparation for the visit.
Accompanying the Haywood boys
and girls will be Assistant County
gent Joe ("line. Assistant Home
Demonstration Agent Elisc De
l.oier. Margaret Green. Fines
Creek High School 4-H lender, and
Carl KalclirTc. Waynesville Town
ship High School 4-H leader.
The hoys who will make the trip
Morris llroyles and Weaver Hipps
I of the Beavurdam club; Charlie
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
TO U. S.-PHILIPPINE
; Mainous. Jack Chason and Sew ell
! Dean Amos, Bethel junior club:
jCarl Green and Jimmv Bun ess.
' Bethel senior club.
! Nicky Williamson. Canton club;
i Johnnie Mac Ferguson, Lake Juna
j luska: Joe Caldwell and Thad Mul-
ford. Crabtree junior: Dan Davis.
Jimmy McElrov. has! aviu
; ville junior: Joe Green. Fines
Creek senior: Robert Medford and
Phillip Carter. Pennsylvania Ave
nue 'Cantoni junior: Richard Hipps.
David Noland. Dale Medtord and
Wade Francis, Waynesville senior
The 4-H girls scheduled to go
arc: Mildred Medford ot I he
Waynesville High 4-11 Club. .lean
Williams of Bcavcrdam. Belly
BuriK'lIc and Joan Queen, both ol
; Morning Star; Hovvena Robinson.
'Canton: Wilmn Sue Crawford. Can
ton: Susie Noland. Crahli ee senior:
Roxie Crawford. Crab! ree senior;
i Mary Francis McCracken. Clyde:
Patsy McCracken, Belhel: Nancy
1 Rhineharl, Bethel; Cenie Ferguson.
Regina Ferguson, and lva Leo
Messer, all of Fines Creek: Mar
garet Noland, Waynesville; .lean
nette Leopard. Waynesville: Nancy
Medford, Waynesville: Bessie Sue
i Francis, Waynesville: Peggie No
land. Waynesville: and Bonnie Lou
Mrs. ClifT Sonne of Waynesville
left yesterday for a two-weeks visit
with her mother. Mrs Rulh Wil-
jlianis. in Kalamazoo, Mich. Mrs
Sonne will return to her Waynes-
I ville home on Jully 28.
But A Few
Canton Man Dies
From Injuries He
Received In Fall
Flam D Jaikson. Go", died in the
IL'.vvw.od Cotint.i hospital Tuesday
as a resull ot injuries sustained
last Thursday v. lien a roof col
lapsed while he was repairing out
buildings about Ijis place.
He was a letiiid employee of
the Champion Paper and Fibre
company, where he worked for a
number ol years. ;md was a mem
ber ol the Did Timers' Club.
The funeral service will be held
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the Free Will Baptist Church.
Members ol the Old Timers' Club
will he active pallbearers.
Surviving are the widow. Mrs.
Belle (' Jackson: three children,
1) .1. Jackson. Miss Dorothy Jack
son, and Miss Mary Jackson of
National City. Calif.: one sister.
Mrs. Amanda Yalsome ol Canton,
and throe brothers. Maze and
FirlcH Jackson of Hendersonville
and John Jackson ot Greenville,
Wells I'-.ineral Home is in
Lion Whips Tiger
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. , l Pi -A
lint: and a tiger hauled to the death
here. The lion won. When Biller
Brothers Circus moved on to its
next stop, il le!t behind the car-
. cass of the loser, a tigci weighing
I ha!) a ton.
Of The Many
Guaranteed To Be
The Best Hose Value
You Have Ever Seen
54 Gauge 15 Denier
$1.95 Value .
! Freeman On Trial
In Assault On
The trial of Sam Freeman of the
Lake Logan section, accused ot
hitting Willis Burnett with a
shovel last May. went to the jury
i- Haywod Superior Court recess
ed at 12 30 o m. tor lunch.
Freeman, charged specifically
with assault with a deadly weapon
pleaded self defense in the attack
which officers said occurred dur
ing an argument May 21 in trout
of Burnett s home
Tile defenUiiiit said he was work
ing on a road there at the time.
The court recessed alter Hie
jury heard the arguments oi op
posing attorneys' and s;.;iteil de
liberating. PLAGl'E HITS PINES
SPOKANE, Wash. il. P --An
intensive study is being made by
scientists to find the can e of the
mysterious death.; of pine trees
in the Spokane area. Hundreds of
opines have been dryong up and
turning gray in the last six
STICK-CP JEST THE SAME
ST. LOL'IS iL". P. i An armed
bandit who robbed a sandwich shop
of S50 wasn't familiar with the
spelling of underworld jargon
The counterman. Marvin Allen,
said the robber displayed a gun
and handed him a note that read:
'This is a stek-up."
Before investing in an electric
mixer make sure you have at least
a square foot to allot to it on the
kitchen mixing counter, and about
Hi inches of space between counter
and wall cun board and an electric
iiil let nearby.
Cotton, still far in the lead
among textile fibers, supplied 57.4
per cent of the nation's textile
needs in 104H. compared to aB.4 per
(cut in 1947. (if). 8 per cent in 1040
44. and 60.6 per cent during the
prewar period of KKIS-S!).
Virgin Islands consist ol
three main islands and about f0
I'sc mint leaves lavishly lo give
cool tragrance lo summer dishes
and beverages. Top a dish of
sweetened raspberries with the
leaves; add them to a glass ol ice
cold orange or lemonade: chop
them and add to buttered carrots
fot a new flavor touch.
Try frozen orange juice in place
of fresh orange juice in making
All Men's Famous
SHIRTS, JACKETS, SLACK SUITS
Long and Short Style
Reg. 25c Value
Entire Stock Men's Famous
Reg. Price $3.95-1
Sale Price 3
1 Lot Men's Dress
.i t; : i n n .
Price iJKIU V7 V7 y
ALL FAITHS BUILD HIS CHURCH
J S TO,
ill v tfssA 1 JS-; . -
PASTOR OF OUR IADY OF THE SNOWS parish, Rev. William F. Murray
watches volunteer workmen lay brick for his new church in Queens,
L. I., New York. The parishioners, using materials donated by men.bers
of all faiths, expect to have church ready by August 5. (.u'criuitioRai;
Ray Milland Turns
To Director Of
Movies; Is Tired
' By PATRICIA CLARY
CP Stall Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD iL'Pi Ray Mil
land says he's soon turning movie
dirt dor because, naturally, nobody
wants to act for the rest of his life.
"I'd like to think I'm capable of
something else,'' Milland said.
"What would be more natural for
an actor to try next than directing?
"I've been directing a long time,
in my own mind. I direct every
picture in which I appear."
Milland is currently acting in his
aTth picture. Paramount s techni
color western. "Copper Canyon,"
with Iledy Lamarr.
"I've wanted to take a crack at
directing for a long time," he said.
"I've never done so for the very
good reason that I've never found
the right jitory."
But that's all changed now. Mil
land has just bought the rights to
Sold To $10.95
Sandals and Oxfords
95 I Emous Fortune
an unpublished :.:,!
"Love Song," and he pia
it ready to direct as hi-,
pendent product ion -nn;i
What II,. Wanted
"It's the kind of story l', In . n
looking for over I he last tin,,
years." he said. He and Ins vt;i,i.
in, Doug Spencer, are writ mi: tin
screen play now.
Besides mentally directing his1
own pictures. Milland has been
spending his free time on set
watching other directors wink in
order to prepare himself for the
day when he takes over.
"I've visited sets when I wa-i'l
working just to see what 1 nmld
learn." he said. "Each dinitni h.i
a different technique thai vou cm
learn something from.
"In my 18 years in the bu-iu-.
I think I've learnt (I a little almtit
how to make a movie. It yea keep
your eyes and ears npi u hn,
you're before the camcias. you're
bound to pick iiii a great dr,i!
about camera angles, light ii
For a while Milland pl.u.-
L I I 1
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
All Red Cross Shoe
Ph,v Shoes. D
S8 I Price
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