TWO OCCUPANTS of this 1950 Oldsmobllr J*
raped injury Sunday morning about 8:30 when
the vehicle went out of control on the Crabtree
Road, struck a cliff on the right aide of the
road and Un fluaicd off the left tide and over
turned twice. In the ear wore Everett Burton.
Davis, the driver, and Lewis Honeycutt, both of
Koute 2, WaynesvUlr. (Mountaineer Photo).
Haywood Invested $34,693 Picketing Here
In U.S. Bonds In February R#moin8 Quiet
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J. E. Massie. U. S. Savings
Bonds chairman for Haywood coun
ty today announced the purchase
of Series E and H Savings Bonds
totaling $34,693 75 during the
month of February. This brings
the Savings Bonds sales total for j
the January and February period t
to $84,737,50 which represents
IV"; of the county's 1955 quota.
A monthly sales report compil
ed in the Greensboro Savings
Bonds office of Walter P. Johnson
and released by State Chairman
of U. S. Savings Bonds Advisory
Committee, W. H. Andrews, Jr..
showed that sales during January
and February for the entire state
Amounted to $10,637,617.50 which
Is an 18'/i achievement toward the
To Elect Officers
The annual election of officers
for the Bethel Student Council will
be held Wednesday morning at As
sembly. The closing campaign
speeches will be heard in Assem
bly, with the election immediately
The nominees for the four of
President ? Billy Leatherwood
and Norman Long.
Vice President?Mary Kay Phil
lips, Tommy Pressley?and Willene
Secretary?Dillard Ledford, Bob
by Phillips and Shirley Putnam.
Treasurer?James Fore. Barbara
Jones and Joyce Riddle.
G. D. Liner Given
Good Conduct Award
D. G. Liner, ship's serviceman
second class, USN, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam P. Liner of Koute 1,
Wayneaville, was awarded a Good
Conduct Medal while serving
aboard the heavy cruiser USS
Helena, in the Pacific. ?
The Chiefg of Naval Personnel,
Washington, D. C., issues the Good
Conduct Medal to only those sail
ors who have demonstrated the
highest of achievements in conduct
and proficiency in rating through
out a'continuous three year active |
The hammock was invented by
the Arawak Indians who once liv
ed in the West Indies.
1055 state quota and a 2\% in
crease over 1954.
This month's report based on
Federal Reserve ilgures reveals a
continued drop in redemptions
which was 5% less during the
first two months of this year than
for the corresponding months of a
year ago. The net Increase of sales
over redemption reflected the big
gest gain for any two months per
iod since 1949.
vv^ivo t/l U
relative to picketing were posted in
front/of''.the Southern Bell Tele
phone office here Saturday. The
orders were recently signed in
AshevJUe by Judge Nettles.
E. HV Morley, president of CWA
Local 3601,-here this morning, said
picketing in Waynesvillc had been
done in a peaceful manner, and
that the copies were posted here
because they covered a 24-county
Morley said the present picket
ing schedule here called for two
pickets on duty from seven until
seven. The order specifies that the
limit shall be ten at one time.
The order also points out that
the pickets remain eight feet from
? the main entrance.
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Charter Night Set? ,
For Canton Key Club
Early Lee of Asheyille, lieuten
ant governor of Kiwanis, will be
the guest speaker at the charter
night program for the recently or
j ganized Canton High School Key
Club which will be held at Glen
; die's Monday at 7 p.m.
| Members of the Key Club, spon
sored by the Canton Kiwanis Club,
were selected from among out
standing students at Canton High
| Some lizards are difficult to
distinguish from analog
| Llamas have close relations to
both camels and sheep.
| A Haywood Baptist Association
Sunday School rally will be held
at the Barberville Baptist Church
Monday night, starting at 7:25
Opening events of the rally will
be music by Mrs. Roy Stewart: a
hymn. "To the Work", and scrip
ture and prayer by the Rev. Jarvls
At 7:45 a series of simultaneous
departmental conferences will be
j Pastors and Superintendents, B.
I A. Horton; Adult Workers, Miss
May Holtzclaw; Young People's
Workers, Mrs. J. G. Goodwin; In
termediate Workers, Mrs. B. A.
Morton: Junior Workers, Mrs.
Carl Painter; Primary Workers,
Mrs. B. C. Pressley; Beginner
Workers, Mrs* Ina Krady; Nursery
Workers, Mrs. W. S. Young;
Cradle Roll Workers, Mrs. Clinton
Drake; Extension Workers, M. M.
Crisp: Intermediate and Junior
Pupils, Mrs. Sarah Wright.
At 8:30 p.m. the grouo will re
assemble in the auditorium for
announcements and business and
4 program on stewardship.
Robert Fisher Is
White CDP Head
Two REA movies were shown at
the April meeting of the White
Oak CDP on last Monday. Door
prizes were given to Virginia Led- ?
ford and Carl Davis.
Robert Fisher was named chair
man of the White Oak group, and
other officers will be named May
A Mother's Day program will be f
featured at the program on Sat- .
Charles Alley Making
Spring Musical Tour
Charles Alley, son of Mrs. Doyle
D. Alley, Waynesville, is among ?
110 members of the Oklahoma City '
University Choir who will visit
parts of Oklahoma and Texas on (
their annual spring eoncert tour. s
May 5-9. j
The highlight of the tour will t
be a television broadeast over j
WFAA-TV in Dallas, Texas, on
Saturday, May 7. Programs will
also be persented at Seminole,
Pauls Valley, Duncan and Chick
?Israel* reports that 40.000 tour
ists, including 14,000 Americans
visited that country in 1954.
THE MOUNTAINEER CHAPTER or the Nation
al Secretaries Association held its fifth annual
"Bosses Night" program last week, at the Towne
House. Talking before the meeting were Miss
Mary Sue Crocker, chapter president; Miss Mary
Roth Chiles, Certified Public Secretary of Gat
Unhurr, Teitn., the principal speaker; Edward A.
Hummel, superintendent of the Great Smoky
Mountains National Park, and Mrs. Hummel.
DACOR Is New Alphabetical Agency
i , ? .
By JANE EADS
WASHINGTON?A new alpha
jet group has gained special promi
nence in Washington. -It even has
is own elegant headquarters with
n a stone's throw of the White
lIouse, and for its first big shindig,
?ppropriately enough, had Mrs.
lohn Foster Dulles, wife of the
;ccretary of state, as honor guest.
DACOR, the group's name,
itands for Diplomatic and Con
;ular Officers Retired. Members
ire State Department officials and
'oreign service officers who are
:arrying on for "The Family," a
;mall group originally banded to
[ether to share an historic old
nansion on H street as headquart
ers when they returned home on
eave from assignments abroad.
The house, which was original
ly purchased back in 1907 by a
group of young bachelor foreign
services officers, was bought by
DACOR last fall. Of Us five up
stairs bedrooms one is perman
ently occupied by Brig. Gen.
Robert Cutler, special assistant to
Treasures brought back from
far-away countries, add charm and
distinction to the headquarters.
President of DACOR is former
Ambassador Arthur Bliss Lane.
Other members include Jefferson
Caffrey, former ambassador t?
Egypt, recently retired after 44
years in the foreign service; former
ambassador to France, David E. K.
Bruce; Joseph Grew, former am
bassador to Japan, and Stanley
Woodward, former ambassador to
i Rep. Kilgore (D.Tex.) told
i friends at a party that people in
r his district were all for the salary
increase members of Congress
- voted for themselves. Everyone in
, his district knew he was in debt to
i everyone, he laughingly explained.
They were glad he was going to
i get some more money so he could
I settle up.
Keep this recipe handy when you
are cooking elbow macaroni. Add
i a tablespoon of salt to three quarts
> of boiling water; add one-half
i pound (2 cups) of elbow macaroni
' slowly so that the water continues
to boil. Stir occasionaly but do
not cover. Cook only until just
' tender?eight or nine minutes.
1 This makes about four cups of
To Meet In C1VH
"le Haywood Coum
Association will ... ty
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Monday - Tuesday
May 2 - 3
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News & Cinemascope Cartoon
Wed. - Thurs.
May 4 - 5
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Comedy. Cartoon and News
Friday, May 6
Free Ice Cream To All
Children and Six Color
Watch For Hiis Great
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Show Starts At 7:30 P. M.
MONDAY, MAY 2
TUBS, ft WED..
MAY 3 A 4
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5 COLOR CARTOONS
Show Starts At 7:45
YOO'TH ON ITS FLING I
"LAST TIME I SAW PARIS"
ELIZABETH TAYLOR ? VAN JOHNSON
TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY
MAY 3 - 4
NO PICTURE EVER SHOCKED YOU
WITH SUCH RAW, NAKED PASSIONS!
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a new feature
- vDRIVE-IN THtATB
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Game Of The Movie Stars
THURS., MAY 54
- - - And Every Thursday Night Thereaftff
Yes, you'll enjoy playing "hollywood" .. ? jj
... it s different... and there's a big $50.00 JAC*
to start the game ? The Jackpot increases $5<#
week until we have a winner. You may be *
WINNER! It doesn't cost you a penny to pi*?
adolt will be given a card upon entering th*
each Thursday night. An explanatory film lra^lf
be run off before the game starts explaining I"1*
***** ? Ptayed. It's simple! And it's lots of fl
And, remember, it's played every Th"
night at the Waynesville Drive-in Theatre.
BE SURE TO PLAY
? laughs ^ thrills * excii**
your family theatre