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r PAGE TWO
Plans Are Complete For
Club Achievement Day
THE WAFNESVILLE MOUNT AINEE3
WHERE TWO DIED IN BOMBER CRASH
Plans are complete for the an
ni al Achievement Day program of
the Haywood County Federation of
Home Demonstration Clubs which
will be held at the First Methodist
church, Friday. December 9. ;il
10 3fj a. .11.
Miss Carolyn Smith, member of
the Andrews 4-H Club and ortli
Carolina delegate to Norway in the
Inlernational Foreign Youth F.x
chatie. will be the guest speaker
She will talk on her experiences
in the eight foreign countries which
she visited during her stay abroad.
Other special guests will be Mi-s
Nell Kennett. district home agent,
and Miss Margaret JohnsN n c.iui -t
librarian, who will pr-.-n: :...!
n, g rtrtiricatc-s to home club ra1.,:
M:- 7 1) Ketner. county (c'.,
r an'ii pieMdent will nieMilc
Mi-- M.ii Ciii'inti !1 ll.ivu(ij
hi.tiie ait iit ha" a No aniioiiiiced
rktaii fo, t,t- exhibits uhicli will
be iii.icie 0 meinbt-rs of the tuen-ty-tv.o
clubs in the county.
Ribbon will be awarded IV-l
;:nd -tcoiid place winners and ludi:-e-
will make decisions according
to tiif North Carolina Kxtcn-iun
!ni -curt-card tor canned pro
duc:.. Award will be made to the
ollowing. Best exhibit, vegetables
and li nits, meats, jellies, jam and
marmalades, pickles and relishes.
In the baked products division,
awards will be given tor the fol
lowing: White cake, yell.iw cake,
dewl food cake, fruit cake tray
of cookies, assorted, three "' more
kinds, tray of sugar cookie plate
of biscuits, plate of yeast rolls,
tiiiit pie. custard pie.
In the clothing depart men1, a'l
exhibit must have been mailt in
and a-.varJs will . m.ule t.
the following: tailored garment.
Sunday dress, work dress, i hi d -diess,
baby's dress or lavette f.inc.
apiun. work apron, cxhit:! of .ui'
cles made from feed ack-
Houe furnishings Arti'-'e. must
have been completed w:'hi:i l:Htf
'49. hooked rug. braided rug woven
rug. knitted or crocheted rug. knit
tend or crocheted afghan. knitted
or crocheted table cloth, bed p:v:il
made from fabric, needle point.
Quilt, pieced: quilt, applui'.ied.
quilt judged on quilting alone, pil
low cases, embroidered, pillow
cases, appliqued: pillow cases, cro
cheted edge, crocheting.
Woven articles Hand woven (o- .
1 1 let made within 1948- 49: I.apel
ornament, pot holders, luncht'it-
MHS. l.Kl.A Mf DIOKD
Mis. l.el.i Mia sun Medford. 77.
died Thuisdav night in the Hay
wood County Hospital after a short
illness native of Haywood coun
Iv. she was the wile of Charles V.
Medford of the Iron Duff section
of 'he county
Funeral ser ices were conducted
at Davis Chapel Methodist church.
Iron Duff Saturday afternoon The
Hev Mrs. C O Newell and the
Rev. R V. MeCracken o'"iciat-d.
I'allbeare: were Wayne .'o-' and
Hoc MeCracken. Hilly Medford.
Hi u o Crawford
FAMOUS QUARTERBACK of the University of Southern California's foot
ball team in the early 1930', Col. Orville Mohler (inset) was killed when
the Air Force bomber he was piloting crashed near Birmingham, Ala,
Photo below shows wreckage of the craft. Col. R. B. Richard, also a grid
iron hero, died In a parachute Jump when the 'chute opened too close to
the ground. Sgt R. C McKey jumped safely, (international Soundphoto)
' r , rifAAt iU vi&.3
Flow cr he
Itun.,1 w :.
Sin v i or,
band, are a
and Bill .luslice.
were m ..u!c!;uull-
e i l.ui c 'i c t mi1'
in additior. ti
son. Kev Mi
: it'll Of
Iron Dull', a daughter Mr Howell
MeCrac ken of Way nev illc: six
brothers. Will. Harley. Carl and
Horace B:'ou ot Iron Duff and
Klmer and John lirysun of Wavnes
ille: a sister. Mrs. Clenn Tate of
Iron Dull, seven grandchildren and
four great -gra no c hiliireii
Crawford Funeral Home was in
Party At Home '
Douglas Robertson celebrated his
sixth birthday with a party given
at his home Saturday afternoon.
He was assisted by hi-, mother. Mrs.
The Christmas motif prevailed
in all the party appointments and
decorations and the guests were
p: senled Christmas favors.
The guests were Lynn Kilpatrick.
Tempo Dulm. Elh :i Franco, Free
man. Amelia and Dickie Gibson,
Danny and Fr. tidy W fuse nhunt.
ai .l Tommy alkt r.
sets or place mats.
Miscellaneous. alu:,iii:u:n trav.
copper tray, original i.lea usinc silk
scret nit.g- other c raft articles.
I'l iivertid ml lamp. i,.nr window
cui tains, mold (,; butter, best cloz
i ti t honey, home urovv n vege-l.dilc-.
arrangements for Christ
m; table. Christmas design fr
lion' doie-. original jua for Christ-aia-
Duff Honor Pupils
By DOT NO LA XD
The honor roll for the second
check period of the Ci abtree-Iron
Duff is as follows;
"A" Honor Roll of the Twelfth
Grade - Joan Medford.
' B" Hilda Best. Novella Wood.
Eleanor Kinsland, Dot Xoland. Jim
Dav is. J. C. Hain y . Bob Leming.
Honor Roll of (he Eleventh
Stay On The Job
The great textile mills of the j
Carolinas are booming again with
shifts working day and night to
turn out the nation's fint main.
rials, and KADACOL is doing its
part to keep folks on the job.
Many textile workers have re
ported the wonderful relief which
has been brought them by
HADACOL with its five B vita- 1
mins and four important minerals.
Two of these
father employed by the great !
and a mother
working at a
mill in nearby
N. C. recently
told how HAD
t h e ra oo the
Jay W. Earn- iIa i
bardt. Route 3, ' W
Box 343. Kan-., AWh
napolis. N. C.,-L ii . f t j
is 30 years old Mr. Earnhardt
and the Drouri father r,t ,v,n
dren. His work in the Cannon!
maiis calls lor a great deal of
"I had been ill for several
years," said Mr. Bamhardt as he
explained how close he came to
having to give up his work. "I
suffered with a weak stomach.
It became worse and worse with
gastric disturbances. I just could
not hold food and no food agreed
Jthrne. I could not sleep and
finally I became so sick that mv
legs got weak as I worked in
the mill each day."
Mr. Bamhardt, like so manv
sufferers, had tried many pr' pa"
rations without relief, when he
; heard about HADACOL.
jllTiil?uxond boltk of
HADACOL I began to feel better
! "tS0 eailJ weight I had
lost, said Mr. Bamhardt "My
digestion became normal again
and today I am as well as ever.
My no longer bothsr me.
I eat and enjoy my food. I sleep
well and have plenty of energy '
Mr. Bamhardt has taken sev
eral bottles of HADACOL and
now takes the famous vitamin
ana mineral preparation to help
stay well. He has had his wife
take it with wnnrWfnl rocilt.
and has recommended it to his
i invrtrif in t nii
- 'v.iuo jii W1C illllL,
Mrs. Maggie H. Poole. 1503
Caroline Avenue, in Salisbury,
li. C. had hprnmn mn tit tUit u
was forced to give up her work
vui won aiier nearing the won-
was hack on th ink atul l... v..
doing swell ever since.
"I was tired, weak and nerv-
ftllB " maiA Urf Pivila "T -,.tt 1
indigestion and food didn't agree
with me. I also had headaches.
Alter UKing live botues of HAD
a rr7 1 4 -it -n j 1 .
Mk h lok at thJt nill t t.J
o many things that the HADA
COL, 2ejp W 4 reaj. blesjine to
me. I have more appetite and
eat. wnat l want to. I feel better
than I have in a long time."
Mr. Bamhardt and Mrs. Poole
were both suffering from a lack
of B vitamins and the minerals
which HADACOL contains.
HADACOL comes to you in liquid
form, easily assimilated in the
blood stream so that it can go
to work right away.
A lack of nnlv a email omnunt
of B vitamins and certain min
erals will cause digestive disturb
ances ... xour st
food will not
agree wnn you ,
. . You will
have an upset
Vnn yr-ill cnffnri
burn, gas pains hM 4M i
and your food $fg
. w a O U I Oil I , 4 w .
"and you will 4tH
not be able to 'li i(
eat the things Mrs. Poole
you like for fear of being in mis-try-
afterwards. Manv people also
suffer from constipation. And
Anne cnese symptoms may be the
results of other causes, they are
surely and certainly the signs of
lack of B vitamins and minerals
which HADACOL contains. And
if you suffer from such a defi
ciency disorder, there is no
nown cure except the adminis
tration of the vitamins and min
eral, which your svstcm lacks.
It is easy to understand, there
fore, why countless thousands
have been benefited by this
amazing tonic, HADACOL.
So it matters not how old you
are or who you are . . . it matters
not where you live or if you have
tried all the medicines under the
SUn. Pivp this n?rTJnrf,.l -
tion HADACOL a trial. Don't go
on suiiermg. Don t continue to
lead a miserable life. Manv nor.
sons who have suffered and
waited for 10 to 20 years or even
longer, are able now to live
hanhv mm?M-t-iki 1 i
DiKitvr c uvea Decause
HADACOL supplied the vitamins
and minerals which their systems
needed. Be fair to yourself. Tem
porary relief is not pumnh
you. Give HADACOL a trial!
V.?51 on the genuine HADA-
u; P?n 4 be mislei- Accept no
Sold at all leading drug stores.
Trial size only $1.25, but save
money; buy the large family and
hvspital size, only $3.50. If your
druggist does not handle HADA
COL, order direct from The Le
Blanc Corporation, Lafayette, La.
and when h rr u .
your package just pay the amount
uic K. o. a. ana postage.
If vou remit iVi ik. .j
Will natr tKa
Then, if you don't feel perfectly
satisfied after using HADACOL
""evitu. just reuzrn the empty
carton and vnnr n
, . , , J iiiviicj W IJi UC
cheerfuUy re funded. Nothing
tm tail ci
"13" Honor Koll of the Tenth
Grade Peggy Bradshaw. Doris
James. Wilma Sanford. Doris Sue
Harks. Ester Lee Wright
"B" Honor Roll of the Ninth
Grade Sue Dotson. Betty Ruth
Ferguson. Ruth Ferguson, Wilma1
lolly. Maxim- Medford. Mattie Sue
Medford. Kmelyn MeCracken. Bob
hv Mac- Welch. Gertrude I'racly.
"B" Honor Roll .f the Kighth
Grade Valaree Henderson. Jewell
Doison. Sybil Bradshaw, Bilk Best
David Hugh Tale
"A" Honor Roll of the Seventh
Grade Claudia Sue Crawford.
Claris, Greene. Polly Kay McKl
"B" Honor Roll Edith Cogdill.
iVayne Chambers. Francis Emma
ialc s. Fiviiris Snfnrri.-
"B" Honor Roll oi the Sixili
Grade Georc- Kirkpati i k. Boyd
Fisher. Maltha Ann Caldwell.
Adeline Best. Tommy Kirkpatrick.
Dons Ann Mosst r. Spencer Mt -C.-arken.
-y Honor Roll ,, in,
Grade Stella James, Mary
MeCracken. Foy , Sutton.
"B" Honor Roll- Bobbv
Haiiey, Kuth Giilett. Bc-t!-. J
f lackcn. Shell);. Jean Mc Klory
"A ' Honor Roll ,, (he Fourth
Grade 'Bud" Kirkpali ick. Bel;
Sue .tunes. June Smilli.
"B" Honor Roll . , r.i v Best
Bobby Kay Clark. Joutla Clark
"A" Honor I!o! f the Third
Grade--Freda Aim 11,11. Tommy
ii Mi -
Is Held At
The December meeting of the
Haywood Chapter. L'niled Daugh
ters of the Confederacy was held
in the form of a Christmas party
al the home of Mrs. W. Garrett
on Walnut Street. Friday after
noon. The residence was decorated
throughout with evergreens and all
appointments were in the Citri-it-mas
motif. The dining table was
centered with a miniature Clnist
mas tree and arrangements of
holly and mistletoe were tealured.
Mi s. C F Kii kpalrick was in
charge of the program and pre
sented several Christmas numbers.
Christmas carols were ung by
a group of .students from the Way-uesvilh-
Township High School
composed of Miss Nancy Francis, J
Miss Marv Michal. Miss Ann Green..
Mis.s Mary Jam- Rogers, and Miss;
Shirley Connatser. all dependents!
' of Confederate v eterans. i
Miss Margaret SI riniifield. daugh
ter of the late Major W. W. String
Held, gave a number of violin se
' lections, and Mrs. Roy Campbell,
Si anddaughtcr of Col William
Thomas of the famous Cherokee
troops, gave a reading. "The Last
Christmas Before the War Between
A brief business .session was held
prior to the program with Mrs.
S; in Queen, president presiding.
The chapter voted to make a do
nalion to the North Carolina Sym
phony Society and to make the an
nual Christmas donation to the
Confederate Woman's Home.
Mis Margaret Slringlield was
made an honorary life member of
M.e charter. -l)iii
i-ig the tea hour. Mrs, Queen;
pre ided at Hie punch bowl and1
was assisted bv members of the'
Circles of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service of the First
Methodist Church will meet Tues
day, December 6, as follows:
Circle No. 1 at the home of Mrs.
Henry Caddy with Mrs. Will
Haney as co-hostess, at 3:30 p.m.
j Circle No. 2 at the home of Mrs.
j J. E. Yountz at 3:30 p.m.
Circle No. 3 at the home of Mrs.
J. C. Crouser at 7:30 p.m.
i Circle No. 4 at the home of Mrs.
Jonathan Woody with Mrs. Wood
! son Jones as co-hostess at 7:30 p.m.
j Circle No. 5 at the home of Miss
! Bebe Medford with Mrs. Phil Meel
J ford as co-hostess, at 7:30 p.m.
Circle No. 6 at the home of Mrs.
Louise Gaddy at 7:30 p.m.
! Mr. and Mrs. Howard mutton are
I visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
i George Sutton of Waynesville and !
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leopard of
(Waynesville Route 1. Mr. and Mrs.
; Sutton have spent the past two
y ears in Sedro Wooley, Washington !
1 and Chicago, Illinois.
Honor Roll Is
Honor rolls for the second six
weeks period in the Clyde School
have been annnunnoH ci..i .
I Livinston. principal. The list shows
a laree increase over the first
period of the school year
F-upile on the "A" honor toll
must have a grade of i)0 t0 100
on all subjects and, must not mi.ss
more than two days during 'the
Grades for the "B" honor roll
riust be above Q0 and' -.tWnti
must have an "A" mtnAimi ..'!.:..
Art and Music, are hpp'ndtijdrd
in honor rolj requirements for ele
mentary puoils. ' ' 1
Tbe list follows:
First Gra.le "A", Jerry H,avnes
Klaine Pless, Rebecca Chamnan'
Helty Medford,' 'Ca'rolyne SJuderi
Carolyn Lindsey. "j", Mary Ann
nmidi. Marilyn fjuicli. Judy BrowTi
Frances Copburn, ' Opiiglps ' Bow
men. Jt' Robinson, Howe Ieafher
wood. Carro) Linelsey. ' " "
.Second Grade "A". Carol Lati
mer. Judith Downs, Frankie Wooos,
Gene Sizemore. Sandra ShelTieltt
"B". Carolyn Suttles. Alice Crane,
Theresa Davis, Mary Lane Chil
ders. Gary Grim, Carol McClure
Third Grade "A" Diana Haynes,
Patricia. Lindsey, Jimmy Win
frey, Ronnie Hall, Mlchall Rogers,
Joyce Dixon. Janice Reynolds, Jo
Nell Thompson. "B", Amelia Rob
inson, Patsy Mason, Joe HayYies,
Van Metcalf, Peggy Fret?, Richard
Covington, Walter Hill, Wallace
Lovelace, David Lowe, Dewaine
Medford. Roy Stamey, Dolo-ys
Greene, Doris Haney, Geneva Jen
kins. Rosette Putnam, Begina Rath
bone. Fourth Grade "A". Rosalind
Aninionds. Rita Hipps, Theresa
Brow n. "B", Dean Haynes. Zela i
I.edford, Helen Green, Mike Leath,
erwood. Marylin Farley, John
Fifth Grade "B", Carroll Clark.
Skipper Haynes, Ned Lindsey, Hil
da Clontz, Elaine Curtis. Barhara
Jolly. Linda Limbo, -Mary Etta
Sixth Grade "A ", Howard
Shook. Dona'. l Livingston, Sara Dee
Justice. Kathleen Medford, Mariana
Moon, Pinky Haynes, Glenda Press
ley. "B ", Larry Hardin, Reeves
Jonest James Ilenery Brown, Luth
er Hall, Larry Medford. Nelda
Cashion. Virginia Fisher, Mary
Jane Green, Mildred Russet Joan
Sheffield. Betty Sorreils.
Seventh Grade "A", Peggy Wil
lis. Ronald Dotson, Judy Pressley.
: Mrs- w A. Ilvat, ,
fr. Miss Nancy iuMl
tn.orrow for Newj.,,,,
Eua wiiere th,
Hatt. Tlt.y u
feinia with l.aclil;,,,
ill ..,, ,
'in ,i .
Mr. and Mrs
children of W
h't'.t Saturday f,
Dr. nticl Mrs.
and two small
ul into the-;,-Uatsain
Mrs. Hal !
here fur a
. It lilacl
Miss Aim () J,e
spent the w.-ek end
mother, Mrs. i; ,.,
Allie Jones, Robert I',v ,.
Joan Banks. Evelyn ,h,,i ,
Lindsev c,,.. i
-e l.lllllMA. i ...
Glance, Job,, Medl.,,,1. .,,,, ''
Ott, Betty Wya.l.oeUv Sc. sUl '
Eighth Crade A". J(ll,,,;i M
"''. -ij'. S:ln
ws, i-ouise Collins (
Lou Ann Osln
Conoree Fiady. ' Helen'
Shirley Rhodanm-r. Mil,,,,,
Nint.h Grade - -y (v
Miller. "B". Mildred (;,v, ,
Jones, Vessie Jones. Fi nest i;u. ,
Dome. Huby Woods. (;,., .,!, ,
Tenth Crade A' . n, M)i1,
"B". Paul Jackson. F.unciie Sa:.,,,
Norma Sue liui'eli. (;,.r;,'(),'.'
Chambers, lieadie Clj.ni. M.I, I
jXi. State Sei
,,.A, H,w at Ciabt
tor, inc. li.ii.
Hardin Joy,,. M
Fincher. Nina Medl
Mann. Lois Smith.
Eleventh Crade A'
Grey Hipps. Janic
bara Cockrell. "li
Alice Neal Medford.
Jenkins. Dorthy Smith
Buchanan. Doris Caldvvc
Seay, Mary Hose .,-tt;i,
Welsh, Charlie Moruan.
Dorothy Smith, twelltli
pupil, was omilted IVom ih,
"B" honor roll thnmuh , i r,,
H . Clin
".:,Ui; 'MA it
!": s 1,1 !l" illldlllitd j
!''''" '"'J-C-SMIVSJ,! I
J'- iai Kay b
hi. v;:,i,nin p!iSEl
h i j t .
Chi i h:
nf 'ci noon
Honor Roll Beverly Cham
Ttn lingers. Dan Best. An
drew Ktllv. Jerrv Crawf.,.-,! i ..
a y i it in
attended Hie St
! ii ' c! I .nwl Mis- .
i .' . v ' ii t in ned from j
Ti .v 'l liev al o I
uthei 11 Melhoeli-t-
lootball game in I
-!tnmi' Bradshaw. Jo Ann
. .Koxie ii.,1 . .
"B" Honor Roll- Harold Han
nah. Wa in- llaia - . Ralph Me Cracken.
Garv Neal. Hugh Slev-
. . . . : . . ' i . .
ensile. inn. , .ni ii v.iiihwi
.. F.oll Finest Pres- Claike. Irene I'eruuson. Maxine
"'J'm Smith. Billy McElory. , Ferguson, i'liv Ills Caddis. Florence
ine Glance, Eva Stevenson. Grillin. ('linstine llenson I'at-y
A Honor Roll ()f the First Messer. Sue Sanloid.
Justice.. Charles .Sorr,.it n.. u..'. ...
. . uv- lit, IK
ani .-.amoru. Hazel Green.
' A " Hnor Roll ,,f the Second
Grade Joyce Davis, .ancv Lem
ing. .lane McFb.n-
Christmas Suggestions For The
Entire Family. Gifts From The
Book Store Will Be More Appre
ciated When Received And More
Economical To Give.
20 different numbers in
CHRISTMAS BOXED CARDS 59c to S1.50
Personalized at small additional cost
Floral and plain styles Of
STATIONERY AND NOTES 50c to $3.50
i Pc-sonalized at small additional cost
Entertain the children for hours with
SNIFFVS MAGIC BLOCKS
THE LATEST IN SHEAFFEK CONASTA CARDS
AND PARKER PENS Canasta Trays
Single Pens $1.50 to $20 00 Rules
Sets Pen & Pencil $3.45 to $22.50 Large Score Pad
UUILS AND TESTAMENTS
Double Dcs- Sets &35.00 ujf BOOKS
Single Desk Sets $10.50 up ur collections of books for
Priced from 35c to $13.75 children and adulU, religious,
Paper, Fabrikoid. Genuine nctln and non fiction is the
Leather and Genuine Morocco most comP Western North
Binding. Carolina. Price range from
All helps and concordances t 25c to S6.00
For The Business Man DESK LAMPS $7 ig up'
TYPEWRITERS-PorUihle-Smith. Corona and L'nderwood
$79.50 up, plus tax
BRIEF CASES Genuine Leather from $8.00 up
FILING CABINETS Two and Four drawer $28.60 up
THE BOOK STORE
Tr?Af At Horn Ifclp Itt Town Grow
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