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ugust 11, 1W9
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
'Must Help Europe
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Silr -'I"' ,U"
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kv liulll a
public library, 1 learned among
The average age of members is
Crj Representative Doughton iD-
c.i, 64. 18 the "Id81, and ReP
,esentative Bentsen (D.-Tex ), 27,
the youngest. Theodore Francis
Green (D.-R. I 81. is the oldest
dilator. The youngest is 30-year-old
Russell Long (D.-La.i. who
under the constitution couldn't be
'.-uctiur ri. Vandenberg, Mich., in
i tie Senate and Daniel A. Reed, in
me House are ranking Republicans
,n period of service. Ranking Dem
o.iats are Kenneth MeKellar,
unn . in the Senate and Adolph
i Sabath, 111., in the House. Sabath,
in., service dating from March 4.
1907 has the longest service rec-
There are 301 lawyers in both
nouses. This is the largest voca-
' uunal category, with business or
insurance next. There are 26 ex
soernors in the Senate, one in
l lie House. There are 26 former
House members in the Senate and
ino ex-senators (Hugh Mitchell,
Vu;h., and James W. Wadsworth.
1 n V. i in the House.
In early colonial days, when fam
ilies made nails at home, a good
w inker could turn out 2,000 small
nails a day.
nuing Our 11th
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: fcf It
bardi,,e, Crepe, Faille, Mesh
f BemlwrR All Sizes
NOW 13 ,11
SECRETARY ol State Dean Acheson
Is shown as he told a joint session of
the Senate Ftoreign Relations and
Armed Services Committees in
Washington that "Europe Is in no
position to defend Itself and needs
help," He testified in behalf of the
proposed $1,450,000,000 arms-for-friends
Set For Aug. 27
Members of the Haywood Elec
tric' Membership Corporation will
hold their animal meeting August
27 at the Waynesville Armory, for
the 10th annual meeting.
The sesMon will open at 10 a. m.
The directors of the corporation
discussed plans for the annual
meeting at their monthly meeting
recently and selected a com
mittee to nominate the organiza
tion s 11 directors lor the new
Named to this cumiuittee were
Luther Stephens, Coarts; t. A
Justice. Clyde route 1: O F Hur
nette t'antuii route 3, A. C i'at
teroii Franklin route 2, A M
PaUon Hosman; Percy Yarbur
outih, Candler route 1 Cail Ka
uai its. Canton route 2, tialpn
NieliuK Canton route 1; F C
Davis. WaynesvUle route 2. James
Smith, Clyde route 1, and C E
Brown, Ji , of Clyde
The current members of the
boaui ot directors are Chairman!
Caiier Osborne; Secretaiy-Treasnr-er.
K. H ('ogburn. Roy B Med- i
lout A W. Ferguson. W. P. Harris. !
UalKei Brown, H. W Davis, and
The nominating committee met
here July 2;h d lo nominate direc
tors lor the presentation at the an
nn.il meeting. They will make the
1 announcement at the meeting on
The following births have been
announced at the llaywo"'' County
Hospital this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smalliers
of Canton, a son. August 4.
Mr. and Mi's. Slnil'ord Hensley
of Clyde, Houle 1. a son. Aiuiust 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ingle of
I.-iilhcr, a son, August .r).
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kdwards of
Waynesville, a son, Align-, t fi.
Mr. and Mr-- Maurice 'Hull ol
Canton, Route 2, a (laughter, Aug
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nelson of
Canton, Route I, a son, Angus! 5.
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Rogers of
Clyde, Route 2. a daughter, Aug
Mr and Mr- Jim Gibson of Can
ion, Route 1, a son, August ti.
Mr and Mrs. I'd Cagle of Clyde.
Roule 1, a son. August (i.
Mr and Mi - I lei herl NeNon ot
Waynesville. a daughter. Auiuet 7
Mr. and Mi Maitime King ol
C anion. Route 1. a son. August 7
Mr. and Mr-. Clyde Collins ol
Canton. Roule 3, a daughter.
anil Mi- Dennis Franklin
The Home Laundry and
Cleaners will ,'ive a FKFE
LAUNDRY bundle picked
up and delivered to each
family annouiu-iiiK a birth
at lite Haywood County
p S In the event of twins this
eift 'will be doubled. Call 772
for your FREE SERVICE.
(Continued from rate 1)
agent lor the families who will
i come lo Haywood County. They
will be assigned to the following
homes: Harry l.ee Liner, Sr.. Hen
ry Davis, and Mrs. M B. Brown
These individuals will assume the
responsibility of providing trans
portation from the port of entry,
a comfortable place lo live, and a
job sufficient to sustain them. In
no case will the DP's become a
burden to the Fuderal government,
nor will they displace local people
Mr Klaupiks is the field repre
sentative of the Baptist World Al
1 lianee with headquarters in Wash
; ington, D C. His mission in our
Country is to help place these un
fortunate people in American
homes According to congressional
authority to receive refugees. Mr.
Klaupiks says that is will take
from three to four months to bring
j a family or individual from the 1)1'
j camps in (iermany. Every pre
caution will he taken to fit the
displaced person or persons to the
sponsoring family. The authori
ties will carefully screen the people
I to he admitted, taking care that
1 1 sical. mental, and
. tesl:, must he met.
The Latvian minister
his hearers that these
I persons have lost everything ex
j eept their little family ties. "Too
j many people look upon these Chris
tians i u Exile as slaves whom they
I would hung to America with a
'Mew to getting as much out ol
l ii. iii as possible," said the Bap
! list minister who knows what the
! inside ol a jail looks like. "This is
j not a bu-inees proposition, but an
opportunity lor Christians of Amer
ica to help this Church in Exile,"
j lie said
I l!e 1. C. Elliott, pastor of the
j first Baptist Church, will be glad
lo a-.-.ist others in making appli
cations lor displaced people.
ol COve Creek, a daughter, August
Mr. and Mrs Charles Jacobs. ,Ir
ol Canton, twin sons. August 7.
Mr and Mrs. Donald Black of
Canton. Route 1, a daughter,
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Hoyle of
Balsam, a son, August 8,
Mi and Mrs Roy Buchanan of
Alien s Creek, a son. August 8.
Mr and Mrs. Shuford Grooms
of' Maggie, a daughter. August 9.
Mr and Mrs Carol Waldroop of
Canton, a son. August 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rogers of
Canton. Route 3, a son, August 10
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green of
Clyde, a son. August 10.
Mr and Mrs. Harold Ketncr of
Waynesville, Route 1, a son,
YOU'RE TELLING ME!
Bv WIUIAM RITT
Centril Press Writer
IN NEW SOUTH WALES a
scientific attempt to make rain
had to be postponed because of
a real thundershower. Nature,
they say-and this could be
proof-can be awfully jealous.
Walking, a medical writer de
clares, is excellent for the
health. But not between curb
stones. ; ; ? 9
Starched shirt eollar to tas
tomeback-fashion item. But not,
we hope, until, wy, November.
! ! !
Russians, says an expert In
that game, are fine chess play
ers. No wonder there's noth-
n a Commie would rather do
than checkmate a kinj.
i i i
Only one man in lour, we
read, is left-handed. But in
baseball he always seema up at
Poper money in voriout colore
to moke it more ottrottive, it
urged. Nothing more tould bo
more beautiful than the finding
of a $10 bill you didn't knew
! ! !
Grandpappy Jenkins says that
the trouble with so many of our
television comedians is that
they think great Jokesjrom lit
tle chestnuts grow.
THE PONTIFF TAKES A REST
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up the largest dcicualion at :!i.
camp of ISC young musi.-ian-
Last Saturday night. Katln'i me
lhatt. 16-vear-old daiie.hler ot li
land Mrs. Dewey Hyatt or Hazel
wood . was crowned Queen ot the
; camp at the closing exercise Ai
oboist, Kalherine atleiul.-d tin
Transylvania camp on a Wayne'
ville 1-ions Club scholajslnp
Betty Noland 16-year-old itaueh
ter of Mr and Mis ,l.mni No
!,.-i,i .i lake Junaluska, received
honorable mention as the student
w bo had improved most during the
V. -sides making the camp's "A"
b.lid .most advanced", two Stu
dents captured solo positions
Carol C nderw ood, a cornetist; and
Mark llug.rs. alto saxophonist.
IH her, named to the "A" band
were Miss Noland, who plays the
I'teiuh horn; Miss Hyatt; J. D.
si., nl. . bass horn player; Stan
t..id M..ssie. alto saxophonist; and
Cohei t Massie. cornetist.
Vol- were scarce in the early
;iu i a ..a i olonies
c FOR ERROR
SIATID IN A IIMOUSINI specially built for him, Pope Plus XII, who Is
taking a "much needed rest," listens to the welcome address ot tha
superintendent of the Papal summer residence at Castel Gondolfo, Italy.
Announcement that all audiences temporarily have been cancelled
appears to confirm reports that the Pontiffs health has been affected
bv concern over Red activities against Catholics. (International)
Steady hands; well
trained minds; purest,
high potency pli:irm:ii'titii:ils; hospital-dean prem-
Xf ises and scieiitilically pic ie instruments. . . . These
insure that prescription, tilled here are BKST!
KK1.Y ON IS... YOl'lt DOCTOR DOES
MAKE TIMS VOI R l'HARMACY
(Continued from Pate 1)
Kscortcd by Howard Clapp. di
rector of the Mountain Experiment
Station here, and Assistant County
Anent Turner Calhey, they inspect
ed CeoiRe Stanley's Hereford cattle
at his Bethel farm; the farm unit
program at Van Wells'; Wayne Sor
rell's corn crop, the examples of
.roadside rrqsiorc control under
written jointly by the State lliijh
way ronunission, State Extension
Service, and Tennessee Valley Au
thority; .lack McCracken's farm,
and the Mountain Test Kami.
Then they went to the Mount
alley Inn for lunch
Spokesmen said later the spe
cialists. recoKuized as authorities
in their respective fields, welre
greatly impressed with the work
being done and the results that
have been accomplished in Hay-
Before coming to Haywood they
had visited the I'isgali Forest on
Machines for making nails wore
produced in America at the close
ol the I Hlh ceiilun
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