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THURSDAY. MARCH 26, 1936
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Plan A Supper
, Received too late for last week.)
' , T..olVa P T. A held its
Mr"neeting in the school audito
W"dav night. March 12. with
I;3 rui'avich, president, presiding.
McS:ona!s were conducted by Rev.
It-ir'Jp' rr;noipal speaker was Sirs.
n n of the district health de
t"nen: triving- purpose, organiza.
1 ir Van for pre-school clinic to
h'he'd at Junaluska school on April
'v-- Mary Rathbone gave purpose
round. Plans were made
t te a-ooiation for a supper for all
pn btrof the association to be given
f fr last meeting for this year.
i,- Glavioh insisted on all mem
y' being present and asked for half
viav to be given to the grade hay
"n r the most parents present for this
imt ing. Contributed.
Stuttering Cuckoo in Scotland
tliiml, lias a cuckoo which
Editor The Mountaineer:
I read The Mountaineer with pleas
ure. You and Mrs. Gwyn and Uncle
Abe are giving Waynesville and Hay
wood county the best paper we've ever
had. Just keep it up.
E. W. GUDGER.
'GETS MORE INTERESTING"
Editor The Mountaineer.
I should also like to take this op
portunity to tell you how much 1 enjoy
the "Mountaineer." I believe it gets
more interesting each week. I al
ways eagerly await Friday morning
and my issue of the paper.
ROBERT U. SLOAN.
Duke -University, Durham, N. C,
March 16th, 1930.
jiviiit' Its call.
Read The Ads
( harter No. 6551
Reserve District No. 5
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WAYNESVILLE IN THE STATE OF NORTH
CAROLINA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
ON MARCH 4, 1936.
1. Loans and discounts . , ... $177,300.71
;. United States Government obligations,
direct and, or fully guaranteed 27,2 18.25
4. Other bonds, stocks, and securities 2(58,130.73
(i. Hanking house, $8,400.00. Furniture and
fixtures, $1.00 8,401.00
7. Real estate owned other than banking
house ................. 6,512.03
8. Reserve with Federal Reserve bank , . . . 37,837.29
9. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash
items in process of collection .......... 209,296.35
jO. Cash items not in process of collection ... 77.90
13. Other Assets ............. ....... 1,191.17
Total Assets .
14. Demand deposits of individuals, partner
ships, and corporations .... . . . ...... .$288,033.24
15. Time deposits of individuals, partner
ships, and corporations . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . 189,223.04
16. State, county, and municipal deposits 121,362.51
17. United States Government and postal
savings deposits ........ . . ......... 14,741.93
18. Deposits of other banks, including cer
tified and cashier's checks outstanding . 1,617,76
Total of items 11 to 18, inclusive:
(a) Secured by pledge of
loans and, or invest
ments ....... ,.,....$136,101.47
. (b) Not Secured by pledge
of loans and, or in
vestments .......... 478,904.01
(c) Total Deposits . . .$615,008.51
27. Interest, taxes, and other expenses
accrued and unpaid
29. Other liabilities . . .... . , . ....
30. Capital account:
Common stock, 500 shares,
par $100 per share .....$50,000.00
Surplus ........... ... .. . 30,000.00
Undivided profits net . . . . 28,684.51
Reserves for contingencies . 5,631.50
Total Capital Account ............ .
Total Liabilities ; . . . ...
MEMORANDUM : Loans and Investments Pledged To
32. Other bonds, stocks, and securities $ 94,000.00
33. Loans and discounts .' 14,000.00
34. Total Pledged (excluding rediscounts) $108,000.00
(a) Against United States Government
and postal savings deposits . v . $ 10,000.00
(b) Against State, county, and
municipal deposits , . 98,000.00
(h) Total Pledged .
Slate of North Carolina, County of Haywood, ss:
I, J. H. Way, Jr., cashier of tjhe above-named bank,
do solemnly swear that the aboe statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
J.-II. WAY, JR., Cashier
Correct Attest :
'.-..'."v J. R. Boyd," 1
(SEAL) ; j t. Noland, ; .
D. Reeves Noland,
Directors. ' '
Swori to and subscribed before this 18th day of
SYLLA DAVIS, Notary Public
My Commission Expires Dec. 20, 1936
Test Flights of New Zeppelin Prove Success
p .f isdL V
fy,,:.,, . .. Th. Hindenburg, LZ129 jL
This unsual photo of the new German Zeppelin,
LZ-129, christened the Hindenburg, was taken in
its hangar at Friedrichshafen, Germany, nfter the
ship hud successfully passed its test flight prepara
tory to being commissioned for transatlantic flights
to United States this summer.
AS HE SEES THE
HUMAN SIDE 0T LIFE
-hei p big snow! Who
vo had about
winters' env more.'
2 uv-i'in this winter.
But aiter all the snow wuzn't hard
ly at; deep as reported llnkh' Hubo
t'oman sez that who ever reported it
to 'be . 30 inches at -Canton tiiust a
mezured it in the drifts.
THE CAI ZIM V-IT Al l.
Don't guess wo'do a had tin
bad spool if Unkle Abe hadn't
out hiz last "Sines o' Spring" l'rediek'
shun . . a lot o' people have bin a-axiu
me lately why I up an' dim it. Well,
all I can say is that I've never node
thorn sines to fail before.
that most all voro tribe haz a prly
tine sence o' yoonier.
HKKES TO THE GAL OF TODAY.'
01' preechei s ;hout thar nint no hope,
That our modurn gals air gone
Gone to the dawfrs, or sumwlnr eke,
Since modurn ways nir on.
With pettin' partys, paints an' silcb.
The dance, strong drink an' shows,
They .swair she's "oh the road to rum
Whir it ends noboddy noaz."
Sum parints seem to think the same,
Hut, "pleed an' hope an' pray"
That xiimhow Sis will weaken not
Wlien conies that evil day,
But that ai-nt it, Mr. Editur, . . the
rale cauzo of all this last disturlH'nee
in the elemints wuz the fackt that
me an' Ikey, Wayne Rogons, Chan
Burress an' Sam Bradley went fishin'
the day before an' kotch so meny
.suckers sposhlv Ikey, that we left
too much vackvtiin in the waters of
the Lake all of a suddent, ye see
an' got the disturbence startid.
UNKLE ABE GITS LOADED AT
It happened lite this ,
I wuz up on Kami) Branch an' Al
len's Cr.. a lookin' .aiter' the intrusts
of the Deer Ol' Mount'neer an' I'm
a Sun of a -Crun if neerly ever man I
Went to .didn't- want to pay hiz sub
scripshun in corn nieel -or.taters!
Well, ye no, a man can only yooze
jit so .mutch coin nieel an' taters,
speshly when he's alreddy got pell-a-gry
. . sa aiter a while I got mad an'
swore I woodn't take eny more spuds
nor corn. moo neethor
So, at the nex place I told the man
that I thawt the Kditur's shoes wuz a
gittin' a little bad, an' that my
britches wuz alreildy wore into a hole
at the .sect . . an' we 'lowd as how he
mout help us out 'bout 1 buck
"Not got eny money," sod he, "but
I can let ye have sum taters"
"Taters hell no!" sez I, an' pleezo
don't mtwhun corn meel-r-I've al
reldy got my ol' Ford full o' both,
Whv. man. I've got so mutch eorn
meel I'm liabul now to be 'rented on
Then he changed fiiz t bacKer to tne
other side ;
"Lem me sec," sed he, "may-be the
ol' woman's got a doller,"
Well. I node rite then that a doller
wood puity soon change hans . . an
it did. I tell ye, Mr. Editur, "the ol'
woman" is off en our best bet.
"Unkle Abe's a little hard' fer me
me to reed," sed Dock Bigham, but I
alius stick to it till I git it all red."
"Ortn't to be hard for Dock," re-
plide sumone that's the way he
Ilere'tj to the gal of post-war days,
An' the gal of (lie gran' New Deel;
I give this toast to her sterlin' worth
An' to tell her jist haw I feel:
You're as good a-stuff as yore parints
Maybe stronger an' more wize;
An' you'll sail rite throo with colurs
You're o. k. in yore Unklog ize!
Mrs, Stentz Is Ap
Mrs. J, Dale Sten'.z has been ap
pointed supervisor of thirteen coun
ties in Western North Carolina for a
survey of Federal Archives,
The plans are to include a survey
of all public reeords of state, county
and towns, and also assist in the
formation of recommendations de
signed to insure their safe preserva
tion and facilitate their use by offi
cials and student.
There is no processing tax on beef
and mutton. Yet beef and mutton
prices ate just as high in proportion
as pork. What's the answer?
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND
It E-1 ,EEF S KLEIilt ATES
Well, the lokal He-leef got paid off
last Thurs. an' we heer the boys
bugged eech others necks an' sclo
bratod the blessed Event that aiter
noon an' night.
The Mayor', Coart had a kongosted
dockit. on Fri. folerin', the majority
of the defendants boin' on the fed
eral pay-role, it was reported.
One defendant laekt -I bucks bavin'
all ttie costs, but sed he'do make it up
out of hiz nex check.
If this wuzn't a five kounlrv we
mout set up anuther Alfyltel fund, say
W. A. T. H A., (Watch All The Kost
Adniinistrashun) to lind out how they
spend their money.
I). A. V. MEETING
I). A. V. Mooting at the court house
Monday, March :U)th, 7 :.'!() p. m.
Hope that all eligible members will be
present, matters of -importance to lo
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in a certain
deed of trust exoeuted by Ralph W.
Ensley and wife, Beulah Ensley, to the
undersigned, dated Feburary 15, 1927,
and registered in the office of tho Reg
ister of Deeds of Haywood County,
in Book of Deeds of Trust No. 21,
page 27, and also by virtue, of a cer
tain judgment of tho Superior Court
of Haywood County, rendered om the
7th day of January, 10;t5, the undor
sigliod Trustee will, on Monday, the
Kith day of April, 1936, at eleven
o'clock A. iM iii front of the court
house door in the town of Waynes
viUe, N. C, offer for sale at public
auction to tho highest bidder for cash,
the following described! lands and
Lying and being in tho city of
Waynoisville, County of Haywood,
State of North Carolina, and. de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
BegitiniiiK on a stake the North side
of Beulah Avenuo 1!0 feet from a
stake which is 10 feet North of a
white ouk, corner of Wm. Herron'a
land and runs thence North 1 dog.
10' Wtt 150 feet to a stake; thence
North SH deg. 40' Went 140 feet to a
stake; thence South 1 deg. 10' East
150 feet to a stake in Beulah Avenue;
the nop with .said avenuo South 88 dog.
40; Eiust 140 feet to the beginning
The above- dscriled lot of land be
ing a part of the tract conveyed to
R. W. Ensley (Ralph W. EnsJoy) by
deed dated January 21, 192,'!, by J. It.
Thomas and wife, Josephine Thomas,
and1 record! in Deed Book No. 59,
page 4(il, record of deeds for Hay
wood County, N. C.
Notice is given that ten per cent
of the purchase price will be required
in cash on the date of the sale as an
evidence on the part of the purchaser
of good faith.
This 9th day of March, 19:H3.
INSURED MORTGAGE BOND
CORPORATION OF NORTH
Johnson, Rollins & Uzzell,
No. 452- Mar. 12-19-20-Apr. 2.
"Goin' to re-sindykate it?" axt E.
K. Herman. Yes, E. K., an' how
about gitteii you fer my Bookkeeper
an' Private Sickatary?
"Afy kompliments on yore stuff,
Unkle Abe " this from W. W. Davis,
who runs wild on the Grassy Ridge
with Bill Cole, et-al. Theze boys it
the Mount'neer out to the 'mind'
sumhow, I no, cauze Zob Price sed he
red ever wurd uvit."
"I'm a-keepin' up with ye Unkle
Abe," sod Dr. France Davis, of Can
Weil, I found out Jong ago, Doc,
When You Need a Laxative
Because of the refreshing relief It
b&i brought them, thousand of men
tnd women, who could afford much
more expensive laxatives, use Black
Draught when needed. It U very
conomlcal, purely vegetable, highly
effective. . . Mr. J. Lester Boberson,
well known hardware dealer at Mar-
ttMTma, V- wrtfmi 1 TtainlT nt
twommaod BlMk-CrugM a iplmdltt
Ei.tn I hT takaa U for eonlptloa
nd tb doll fxllnct that toUov, ua hT
fcmdll rtrj ttilotorT."
Your 1935 Town of
UST BE PAID!
The Law Requires That We Begin Making A Levy
On All Personal Property on the
FSirst of prol
We will on and after the above date begin levying
and garnisheeing on all taxes now due the Town
Additional Penalty Added April First
Pay Now Save Extra Cost
J. W. BOYD
Tax Collector for Town of Waynesville,
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