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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1936
Almost 12,000 Books
Borrowed from Library
This report covers the operation of
the H'aynettville Public Library from
June 1. 1 935, to February 29, 1936.
It is made for the purpose of inform
in.' the Waynesville Library Associa
tion, the Hoard of Aldermen of the
Town of Waynesville, and the Public
of the condition of the Library build
intr, books., ami equipment that were
turned over, lo the Hoard of Man
a'efs of the Waynesville Public Li
brary. We ;ilrto .set out in detail
report of our linancial receipts and
disbursements during this period. The
arinus items will be considered under
The main room of the Library
building was painted on- the inside
before we opened last June. The
woodwork on the outside of the build
ing was also painted. .Some new book
eases were built in the upstairs read
ing room and other bookcases were
transferred to the lower 'room' of the
I took 1
The Waynesville Library Associa
tion turned .over approximately ij.UOt)
volumes to the Waynesville Public
Library. 7hfi books were inspected
by Miss Marjorie Gilbert, field work
er for the North Carolina Library
Commission, who pronounced the col
lection to ho one of the best for a
Library of this size in the state.
She laid a.ide approximately 7(10
repaired. Only a few
have been repaired on
lack of funds needed
necessary material to
The number to be re-
n creased since the
We are greatly in
mice to the Library stacs and greatly
facilitates rinding books on the shelv
es. .Many of the books have been
shellaced' in order to preserve them,
a treatment that all the books in the
volumes to bi
of this number
account of the
to secure Hit
lo this work.
paired has Keen
need of funds to c.omplet
in?; of these hooks.
Work was started immediately after
the Waynesville Public Library opened
on making an accession record of all
the book in the Library as well as a
completely new catalogue. This work
is being pushed forward as rapidly as
time and fund will permit. We hope
to have it completed before the 'sum
mer season opens
AH the non-lict.ion in the Library
has been Labeled with a classification
number on the outside of the book
"Which gives a much neater appear-
We have bought during the year
approximately 00 volumes, mostly new
fiction and popular non-liction. From
various individuals we have received
approximately 50 volumes during this
Since the 1st of February, however,
the Library has received two sub
stantial donations of books. Civile
II. Ray, Jr., gave us approximately
.'lo volumes that were ins excellent
condition. The Newark Public Li
brary ot .Newark, .V J., has given us
collection of approximately 300 vol
umes of adult fiction, fioth of these
llections will be on the shelves of
e Library as soon as they are acccs
meil and catalogued.
The total circulation for the period
is ll.xs volumes. This figure is
atifyin ami shows not only the
ed for a Public Library in Waynes
ville but also that the people of Way
nesville .and vicinity are taking ad
vantage of the opportunity afforded by
the public' Library, The total circu
lation by the month is set out below:
August . . ;
JUST A YOUNGSTER
Wont Out Shoes
I otal , 11,828
The Library has received from the
i own ot Waynesville the sum of $20,00
per month. This was used to pay the
Librarian's salary, and was the onlv
j uwi sue -ecvivea. The other
financial support that the Library has
received has come from private con
tributions, benefits given for the Li
brary, book rentals, and fines on over
due books. A detailed statement of
revenue of the -.Library is set out
The medicine man was selling a
remedy which lie claimed would make
men live to a great age.
"Look at me," iie 'shouted, "hale and
hearty and I'm over three hundred
years old !"
A listener turned to the salesman's
assistant. "Is he really as old as that?"
"Don't know," was the casual reply.
"Only been working for him one hun
dred years." Washington- Tost.
New Clerk Wanted
Mrs. Jones stepped quietly Into the
"I wish to speak to the proprietor,"
The cheeky junior clerk smiled at
"Most certainly, madam," he said.
"The boss Is always glad to meet
pretty girls like you."
"Oh, Is he?" she replied. "Then fell
lilin his wife Is here and wishes to
see him." Stray Stories Magazine.
From benelits given f
Rents and fines from
ns from individuals
organizations ... . . . . $180.00
books . .
Is. supplies, etc.
disbursements is set mil
:'.i I form :
la nitor service .'.,',: . . . . .
I'osiag,. ; . ;
Supplies, including book
lni-ncTin supplies ':.'. . .
I!"k purchased ..... . .
I'a int for Library
Insurance of huiiding and
and for ma
V list of the
below in gcfl-
It Put Him to Sleep
Neighbor Why are you putting the
dirt in that baby cradle?.
Other Neighbor I urn making a gar
den. Neighbor A garden In a cradle?
Other Neighbor Yeah, this Is a
"rock" garden. T. II. Miles, in Cincin
Don't take a chance on being
sick from wet feetbring
Us Those Shoes
ITS CHEAPER TO HAVE
SHOES FIXED THAN TO
PAY DOCTOR HILLS
Next to Western Union
' Total ......
Tola I receipts . .
Tola I expenditure!
n,'il,ince on hand $ 36.27'
The Hoard of Managers of the VVay
iicsil!e I'tiblic Library greatly ap
preciate the Co-operation ami support
that it has received from the Way
nesyille Library Association, the peo
ple of the Town of Wa vnosvllln nrot
the. various clubs and organizations
that have so generously contributed
to the support uf the Library during
the year. We are greatly' indebted to
the business firms of the Town of
Waynesville which so generously con
tributed when the drive '."was : made
last spring to secure funds to open the
Hoard of Managers of the Way
nesville Public Library.
i!y Win. M HDFOKl),
3jr. I.ighttop Are you fond of baked
oeans, jliss- I'hil?
jii.su. run Aot very. Hut I like
them a lot .'better tlmti I do 'half baked,
beans I've seen on some persons' I
"Always keep your faith- In human
I try 'to,'? answered Farmer Corn
i,f,.., . , ..
i . i.ui wimrs a man to do after
he has been serving a couple of weeks
on the grand jury?"
Customer Satisfied? Certainly I'm
siifisfiei!. I've nothing but praise for
Tailor Then I suppose It's not niuch
Rood . my sending the bill in again,
The Dread of Obscurity
"Do you think It possible to love
"Not exactly," replied Miss Cayenne.
let many or us ought to feel rather
grateful to our enemies as the only
people who take a real interest in us."
Ex, Meaning Out
"Whut youall doln" now, big boy?"
"Ah Is a exporter."
"A exporter? Whut's dat?"
"Ah wuz a pnllman porter but Ah's
on Genuine, j Chevrolet Service
1. Chevrolet-Trained Mechanics.
2. Special Chevrolet Tools.
3. Genuine Chevrolet Parts.
4. Square-Deal Chevrolet Policies.
5. Guaranteed Work.
DRIVE IN TODAY!
Wadrins Chevrolet Company, Inc.
Father Son, who is this wild
young lady I hear you are running
Son Aw, dad, she ain't wild. Any
body can pet her.
Woman Doctor, you told me to show
you my tongue, but you haven't even
looked at it
lHctor No, it was only to keep you
quiet while I wrote the prescription.
MUST BE TRUE
Two Babes Keep Out of Woods
' J " L- i ill
Having qualified as administrav.
of the estate of S. G. Morrow I
ceased, this is to notify all :
havme claims sua ntt u 'wiu
the said' S. G. Morrow, deoeaH ?f
file them with th r.L- t-j
Derior Court nf Hav-w,) r-.. f,e
or before the 25th day of MarchiU0
or this notice will be pleaded in ; :
oi Liicir recovery.
All persons indebted to said e-
will please make settlement at on'v
This 25th day of Jtfarch,
MRS. W. P. BOYD
Administratrix nf S a i ' .
ceased. -'i de-
No. 454 Mar. 2G-Anr. 2-9-in.o" ,,
When two famous Babes of sports, Babe Didrickson and Babe Ruth,
staged an exhibition golf match at St. Petersburg, Fla., they proved
their ability to keep on the fairways and out of the trouble which
two other babes of history experienced when strayed into the woods.
For Job Work Phone 137
Shield Expert Here
E. J. Meinlmrdi. ,.M ktUnsn
K.vpeit or liic4io. will )K-is,,n
ally ho at the (ieorgi,. and,r.
hilt Hotel, AMieville, . (
Thursday only. April and. r,
:0 P. M. Ui 4:00 1. ...,
:00 l M. lo S:00 J'. M.
Ask the llittol t'lcik for (,r
imiubi rs or Mr. Meiuhardi s
rooms. Only m,.,, r(. ivj,n,
Tin- M.-inliardi Jtupuire Shh lj
lolaiiis the iiiHinc on tlui aver
awe casu iveardUwN of ,. r
lH-atioii no inatu-r how nimi,
you 'xoi-ciso, lift, or strain. Tin
Mclnluirdi Jtuptiii-c Shield i
skillfully molded to each imll
vidual us a Dentist makes inU.
Un-IIi. (.No lejj straps and im
It is viiU'rpi-K)f, siiniiary.
priutii ally iiulcistrii-lihl., ami
may be worn while halliins or
'Hlecpinjr (continuously day anil
nlht) until no longer deslnti
t'.VL'TlON Beware of imiia
tors who ')py this notice. IU-,
ilU'inlH-r tho iiamo MK1MI ltli
lie has been coming here rcmi
liirly for liruM-n years. Do not
nejilri't to we him on the ahove
laic, .V i-lllCHc for ih-iiK.ii-
'st ration. Till" VM Is for unite
Cliiao Ollice, Pure Oil Hlds.
Begin Now To Save
The Easy Way
The Haywood Home Building and Loan Association of
fers the safe, easy and certain way to save money
Why wait? lk'Kin today and get some
thing .ahead. With the Association's in
stallment plan of buying stock you will
put aside each week or month a little that
in a few years becomes a lot.
Tor over 17 jcars the Association has
paid its members dividends of (i per cent.
That means you will not only save what
you put in but also get (i per cent dividends
Managed by a group of leading business
men of the community, who give their
services without pay, the history of t.he
Association is of the best.
Right through the depression the As
sociation has paid regular dividends and
retired all maturing stock without delay.
Here is how small weekly payments (or
monthly if desired) mount up on the av
erage of six years and six months that i(
has taken to mature stock in the past:
HOW WEEKLY SAVINGS GROW
AM or. N'T PAID PKR
WKKK -, . XI JIIIKU OF SHAKHS TtlTAh VOl 1'VY IX AMOt'XT YOI GET
25c 1 $85.00 $100.00
$1-25 5 $425.00 $500.00
$2-50 1) $850.00 $1,000.00
$5.00 20 $1,700.00 $2.000.00
WEEKLY DUES MAY HE PAID OX MONTHLY BASIS
They say Brown's wife fairly wor
"I guess that's so. 1 went out there
unexpectedly the other day and no
ticed she served up a burnt offering."
Aviation Student What happens,
air, when the parachute fails to openT
Tongh Sarge You come back, ion,
and I'll give you a new one.
NEW SERIES OPENS APRIL FIRST
For further information ask the secretary-treasurer or any director of the Association.
Haywood Home Building and
R. L. PREVOST
0 F F I C E R S
E. J. HYATT
S, 11. BUSHNELL
R. L. Prevost J. R. Boyd S. II. Bushnell L. M. Richeson E. J Hyatt
C. N. Allen W. H. Burgin L. M. Killian O. II. Shelton J. W. Ray
OFFICE IN MORGAN, STAMEY AND WARD BUILDING