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i DILLSBORO HOME
CLUB MEETS I
The Dillsboro Home Demonstration
Club met Jan. 11 at the home of
Mrs. Mont Cannon with eight mem-.]
bers present. New officers were 1
elected for the coming year. Mrs.
Charlie Messer, President, Mrs. C. B.
Thompson, Vice-President, Mrs. R.
B. Parnell, Secretar-Treasurer. Those
present were: Miss Johnson, Home
Demonstration Agent, Mrs. Mont
Cannon, Mrs. Parson Kincaid, Mrs.
Has Barrett. Mrs. Charlie Messer,
Mrs. John 13. Ensley, Mrs. Charlie
Mason and Mrs. R. B. Parnell.
NEW SUSCRIPTIONS |
Pfc. Melvin L Bradley, New York
Z. V. Moss, Sylva
I, George J. Stewart S 2-c San Fran- I
I cisco, Cal.
Alvin Bumgarner, River Rouge, I
I H V. Smith, Brevard
I Larry Hooper, San Francisco, Cal.
Harold Hooper, San Francisco, Cal.
W. N. Cook, Webster
J. C. Buchanan, Spruce Pine
Cpl. Lyle Jones, Ft. McPherson, Ga.
I M. G. Ramsey, Arden
I Mrs. Alma Nation, Whittier
I Mrs. A. B. Grant, Sylva *
I Max Hooper, Spokane, Wash.
Mrs. Elsie Lovedahl, Cowarts
I Mrs. Jane Dodson, Speedwell
I Tom Donaldson, Speedwell.
B. S. Cope, Durham. _
Tom Dillard, Jr., Cashiers.
I Norton Dillard, Cashiers
Mrs. R. A. Painter, Sylva.
I Willie E. Painter, Washington, D. C.
Clyde Bumgarner, Erastus.
| Adam Mathis, SylVa.
j C. R. Moses, Cullowhee/
Mrs. P.. T. Fowler, Glenville. .
Mrs. Robert, Sedro Woolly, Wash.
Pvt. V. C. Mathis, Lawrenceville,
H. M. Moody, Speedwell.
Pvt. Ennis W. Ashe, Fort Sill, Okla.
Wiley Shepherd, Sylva
Hexter Brown; Argura. I
" (a) Two-year-old Johnny Langer, legs and back piralyted with infantile paralysis, offers a
victory salute to show that although down, he's not out. (b) One year later, under the expert care and
treatment being provided for Johnny by the Middlesex County Chapter (N.J.) of the National
Foundation, he has regained the use of back and leg muscles and soon will be walking again. %
Mrs. S. J. Long, Hendersonville.
Wiley Nicholson, Webster.
Mrs. Roy Tritt, East La Porte.
Mrs. Alf Smith, Sylva.
Alvin Fulbright, Webster.
Mrs. Dillard Hooper, East LaPorte.
Fred M. Hooper, Akron, Ohio.
Mrs. Burke Ferguson, Highland
Mrs. H. C. McKee, Detroit, Mich.
A WORD OF THANKS
We, the family of Jack Henson, wish
to take this means of thanking each
and everyone of our many friends for
each kind deed and every word of
encouragement spoken through the
long days -of suspense after we re
ceived news that Jack was missing in
We are sure Jack's hopes will be
strengthened when he learns how his
friends, along with his family were
made happy to receive the message
on New Year's Day that he is a pris
oner of war. This isn't the best of
news but let us hope and pray that
Jack and all other prisoners of war
will soon be made free when victory
again will be ours. *
Mrs. Jack Henson and Children
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henson and
A Babe we say, But nature's white old
With frosty beard, and smoking
breath, is Jan.
An aid to Cupid, Lurer to love's web,
Uncertain also, Like love's ways, is
He sweeps a path for his own battle
And roars and shows his ugly teeth,
With stirring sap and calves awake to
And pouring rain and sudden sun,
The warm sunt smiles; The children
run to play
And gather flowers from the lap of
Then hinting of the heat that's com
And offering samples in advance,
Unwinding heat from his revolving
Entangling workers in its loops, comes
His breath's too hot; His owner is th*
We swelter, Pant, and our tongue*
loll, at Aug. / .
Then swift relenting. As if for once il
The heat withdraws, and in comoi %
Next, flashing russet shorts, his red
hat cocked, '
Contender in the races, "Athlete Oct.*
Then turkey's what we're chiefly
With mince pie, cranberries, stuffings^
all in Nov.
We hang the wreath, and muffle up
Tc find the tree demanded by old Dec.
BEULAH EARLE WALTON
Scimitar and Song, Vol. Ill
Swap curtains from the sunny to
the shady side of the house, suggest
the home economists at State College.
Turn about the sheets on the beds
and the rugs on the floor for longer
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staking this claim
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For more than two years, we've esid Ail on
million* of pages of advertising in mega lines with
national circulation ? ? . and we're still at it*
We've made the suggestion to investors and
home- seekers . ? ? to businessmen and captains of
industry... to students, workers, hmiie wives, tech
nicians. Especially, we've addressed our adver
tisements to those men and woman who are today
^thinking ahead and planning far tomorrow* To all
of them we've said: "The South is a great place
in which to woifc, to five, to build* Look ahead ? ? ?
look Sooth I "
Why do we do it? Because, k's another way in
which "the Southern Serves the South". . ? helping
h to grow and prosper and march ahead to brighter
and better days lor all.