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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Houses Jammed Together in Pittsburgh Suburb
SIXTY ATTEND n ica
WU1 Be Held In Sylva
FOR MEN AT FIRE DEpr
The Citizens Bible C'a
meets every Sunday niorn
city hall, recorded an atVf'T
sixty on last Sunday T"
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I Mrs. R. Stuart Roberson and Mrs.
George Bishehoff were Asheville vis
itors on Tuesday.
Miss Annie Marsteller, who harf
spent sometime with relatives in Col
umbia, S. C, has joined her niece,
Miss Clare Linsfor.
Mr. S. W. Ifkuk, of Bryson City,
i-pent Tuesday in tinyn on business.
Mrs. P. I j. Turhylill had as her
KUi-sts over the week-e!l. 1 her liaui-'h-ter,
Mis. (I. N. lieu-oil, o! Castoiiia.
iiiiil t .vo f.n-air i.suri,, Mr. ti. X. Heli-oii,
Jr.. .f Ctst tnia. and M:. U'i.Kuti! -M.
J 1 r 1 1 1 : i , of Si,ii'la;c.
Mis . M-iry .Vi;.:ti V:.:--;, daut'h'.-r
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Plans for the annual western region
al convention of the North Carolina
Baptist Training Union, which will '
meet in Sylva April 10 and 11, are now I
This region embraces 17 Baptist i
associations in the 19 western coun- I
ties. The Tuc-kaseigee Association, l
with which the convention will meet, j
laiRi. nuiiiuvi piesent SI' t.
ganization of the class, V r
started had a membeii "
J. R. Morgan is the t. a ; . ,
group, which is gradual! ,
larger. On stated oca.-.. : .
following the lesson "in
the eleven o'clock mtvI, .
t!u- local churches.
Trees Mellow EritisK V '
Sc:t-n;ilic .piiibt: !,
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hopes that eacn association in tne
region will be well represented. A ,
weli.planned program will be pre- 1
sented by worker., of the state depart- ;
ment. Several piominent minister j
ami others from various parts of the
state are on the li-t of speakers ar.-.l :
their tonics are su'ij'-'jt.- uf much in
terest and vital im.irar.ie to yt ung
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sat a .
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Miss Mary -I
. 1 1 1 1 1 a, iite.-t.iri
went .an niwrat
kscjnir a1 the h,mi? of !n r pan-tr s,
Mr. and Mrs. Uoh-rt llowei!, on ,J"ti
Mrs. Ki.'hard N. Barber, Jr., Mrs.
Tom Lee, .Jr., and Mrs. Kuth Williams
Botha motored to A.-lieville on Mon
Miss Abbie Fa ye Henry, who is
attending Uie Women's College of the
University of North Carolina, is
upending-'he spring vacations as the
jaruest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mis.s Diana Blaek and a party of
rfrielids were As4ieville visitors during
Miss Kathryn Queen, who is a stu
dent at Duke University, spent the
jiprmp: vacations with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John M. Queen. She had as
her ffuetit a classmate, Miss Mildred
Williams, of Greenville, Ky.
Miss Ellen Louise Kitlian and a
party of friends motored to Ashe--ville
Dr. and Mrn. R. S. Truesdale have
sis their quests this week Mr, and Mrs.
1). M. Ariail, of Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bridges and
.Mrs. J. A. Smith inotored to Ashe
ville on Saturday.
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HERE and THERE
Travelinji- through this world we
I'm. I our interests mirrored in a most
amazing manner in life about us and
we' are so often blind to the things
'mutsi.le that personal visionj The
other day driving down town with
Mrs. W. F. Swift she stopped for
me to get out of the ear near Harold's
department store when from the
back seat came the plaintive voice of
little Jimmy Swift, "Oh, mother, look
in that window, at that cute little
pair of overalls." Not being interest
ed in overalls of such diminutive size
-my family having outgrown them
I hal passed that window all week
and had noticed the display of house
dresses but had not seen the over
alls beside them.
This agency was founded
with the idea of rendering
insurance service of except
tional thoroughness t o
thoughtful property own
ers. Such service costs you
no more. Why not investi
gate III 111 111 PI
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Uonds Rentals Real Estate
And so it is the philatelist
is ever on the lookout for some
old forgotten envelop, that may
have on it a priceless stamp a
strata of earth and stone to
most of us means dirt' and rock
but to the geoiogist conveys a
story of magnilieant magnitude
the hoy who finds his heroes in
the sports world, rarely sees the
front page of a newspaper the
collector of Early Americana is
'intrigued by every sign "An--ti(ues
for Sale" hoping to dis
cover some article of bygone days
and so on which all proves
how important it is to cultivate,
the right interests, not only in
material things, but in values of
spiritual significance as so of
ten things outside that charmed
personal circle never even regis
ter. One great authority on child
training has said "dive your
child the proper emotional reac
tion to life about him and his
morals will take care of them,
The loveliest spot I have seen
this spring is the garden of Mrs.
Harry Hall it gives such a promise
of lush maturity of growth and bloom.
In it are all the best loved perennials
oriental poppies with their fringe
ed leaves dianthu barbatus pyren
thrums though I much prefer their
common name of "painted daisies'-'-
sweet William iris tulips gaillard-
I ia coreopsis dozens of old fashioned
spiced pinks, with their dull long
grey leaves shasta daisies stance
sweet rocket aquailegia and count
les, others with the yellow of the
dalfodilri in full bloom giving splash
es of color to the entire picture. Not
a weed to be seen all plants vigor
ous and glowing in freshness and
looking well cared for even after the
storms of last week with the except
ion of the pansies and their faces
were all streaked with dirt spat
tered by the rain -and with their
saucy expressions they ..resembled
little children who had just finished
making mud pies with a bit of
slinging at each other after.
Thanks for the thoughtfulness
of -Mr, and Mrs. John N. Shool
hred for their loan of several
copies of the weekly edition of the
London Times one was a special
of the fiftieth anniversary of the
founding of Johnannesburg, the
city of gold, of Africa I. would
judge that our famous American
rush to California in the '4U's
was mere child's play to the
wealth to be found in this African
possession of the British Km pi re
-Apropos to a foregoing thought
in this column I glanced at the
head lines of the English and
-African ads but when' I discov
ered one about "the Canadian.
Pacific" I read to the last word
I was on familiar ground.
Mrs. Jerry Hipps, of Canton, is im
proving following an operation.
Sumalee Webb, of Canton, is rest
ing comfortably after an operation..
Mr. Earl Massey, of Hazelwood, is
better t'olkiwing an operation.
Mrs. Robert Snyder
The condition of Mrs. Hill Setzer,
of Canton, - is good following an operation.
Mr. Olin F. I!arne;
is resting more
. The condition of Mrs. Ernest
Carver is good following an operation,
.Mrs. Margaret Francis U resting
Mrs. Alice Xewsom, of Woodrow, is
rapidly improving after an operation.
The condition of Mr. Walter Lowe,
Cove Creek, is good, following an
Have you been reading the reviews
of the "Trail of Lonesome I'ine" "a
milestone in the brief, but spectacu
lar history of the motion picture a
memorable step in the movie world
because jt is the first film in which
color has been used on the screen as
it is in nature'' or maybe you have
been lucky enough to have seen it?
I hope it will not be long before it
comes to the Park I have much
curiosity screen versions are often
so different from the originals and
we native mountaineers always have
tucked away in our minds a defense
of our own ready to be brought 'Out
with sometimes a fighting spirit
at a moment's notice of any -deviation
from a true picture of our
selves, i. ,l;
E It V I C E
TO SAVE YOU MONEY
(Bit ufa (Eljitrrlt itnimu
FIRST M E. CHURCH. SOUTH
Here's good news. We have just
installed the latest type ATLAS
Testing Equipment. The new
Photo-test shows condition of each
battery cell at a glance. The Capaci
test indicates the working ability
and condition of your battery in
terms you can readily understand.
Fc ilure to keep your battery in good
condition will cause starting fail
U'?s and other battery troubles
e. ecially in cold weather.
Your battery gives you no warning
b- ore it breaks down our battery
in. jection service will. .
D 'op in tomorrow and have your
lattery checked FREE.
Medford Service Center
KI POTTS, Manager
IjAKK JlfTAIjUSKA, N. C.
R. S. Truesdale, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:45 A- M Mr.
Hugh Sloanj general superintendent.
A pageant ioward the Mark, will
take the place of the sermon at 11
A class will be received into the
church membership also at this hour.
No service at 8 P. iM. on account
of the musical program,"The Cruel
fiction," at the Presbyterian church
by the Choral Club.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rev. Howard V. Lane, Pastor.
Palm Sunday, Morning Masses at
9:30 and 11 A. M.
Communion Sunday for all the mem
bers of the parish.' Today Palm is
blessed and distributed to the people
in commemoration of Christ's entry
into Jerusalem. Today the gospel
is read on account of the Crucifixation
of Christ in all Catholic churches
throughout the world.
Next week is known as holy week
and morning Mass will be said every
day at 8:45.
Special services consisting of pray
ers, special singing, sermons in keepr
ing with the holy seaeon will be con
ducted on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes
day, Thursday and Fridays nights at
8 o'clock. -
All are invited to come and hear
the timely topics.
Lost, Strayed, Missing, Forty Young
- Men. -
Description: Between the age of
seventeen and twenty, some mothers'
son, some daddys' boy. Strong, vig
Last seen about town and along the
highways and byways of life.
Any person returning these young
men to the Young People's Depart
ment of the Baptist Sunday School
next Sunday morning will be suitably
J. C. BROWN.
Mrs. G. W. Ilenson, of Canton, is
resting fairly well after an operation,
Mr. C. W. Bailey is resting fairly
well following injuries received in ari
The condition of Mr. Newton Lcath
erwood, of Cove Creek, i& good fol
lowing an operation.
Mrs. Frank Smith, of Lake Juna
Iuska, i,s resting well after an operation.
The condition of Miss Bonnie Queen,
of Canton, is good.
Mrs. Tina Sheppard is resting fairly
The condition of Mr. Willard Davis,
who suffered injuries from an acci
dent, is fairly good.
Mr. L. L. Frady, who has been a
patient for sometime in the hospital,
is much improved.
Dr. Robert Peter Walker, Minister,
Bible school 9:45, Mr. L. M. RLch-
Palm Sunday sermon 11 a. m.
Subject: Elim, the Place of Palms.
Music and decorations in accord
with the day.
Young people's service 7 p. m.
Mid-week prayer Wednesday 8 p. m.
A cordial greeting to visitors.
WAYNESVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH
H. W. Baucom, Pastor.
Regular services next Sunday, ex.
cept there will be no service at 8
o'clock as we take part in the Cruci
fixion cantata at the Presbyterian
church given by The Waynesville
Choral Club. It will be worth your
time to go. ,
9:45 Sunday School.
11:00 Morning worship.
7:00 Baptist Training Union,
You are invited to all services.
LEAGUE UNION, HOLDS MEETING
AT ELIZABETH CHAPEL
On Monday evening the League
Union, composed of ' the , Epworth
Leagues of the Methodist churches.
of Haywood county, held the regular
March meeting at Elizabeth Chapel,
in Katciitt cove.
Dr. R. P. Walker, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, address
ed the group, taking as his subject:
Character as Read in Faces. ' lhe
banner which is given at each meet
ing for the largest attendance of any
league, was won by the Maple Grove
group, which will be hosts for the
April meeting. 1
Miss Margaret Jane Palmer.
Mrs. A. R. Cooke.
Miss Ella Hosaflook.
Mies Willie Mae Bright.
Mrs, Fred Wood and baby.
Mr. Ed Massie.
Mr. Roy Cope. ,
Mr. Joe Rathbone.
Mr. and Mrs. Ravmnnil Williama
announce the birth of a son, March
SHIELD EXPERT HERE
H. M. SHEVNAN, widely known ex
pert of Chicago, will personally be
at the Battery Park Hotel, Asheville,
jsaturaay, bunday and Monday only,
April 4, 5, and 6, from 9 A. M. to 5
P. M. ;- .-.'-
Mr. Shevnan says: The Zoetic Shield
is a tremendous improvement over all
former methods, effecting immediate
results, it will not only hold the rup
ture perfectly but increase the circu
lation, strengthens the weakened
parts: thereby closes the opening in
ten day, on the average case, regard
less of heavy lifting, straining or any
position the body may assume, no
matter . the size or location. A na
tionally known scientific method. No
under straps or cumbersome arrange
ments and absolutely no medicines or
medical treatments. .
Mr. Shevnan will be glad to dem
onstrate without charge.
Add. 6441 ST. .Richmond St., Chicago.
For 15 years assistant to F. H.
Seeley, famous rupture expert of
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