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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
News Events of
Hagcod Back To Duty
General Hafrnnil, who was removed
from cumuinml of the Kitrhth cnrps
area at San Antonio, Texas, after he
had criticised the WI'A in testimony
before a congressional committee, has
been restored to duty by the order of
President Roosevelt, The general has
been assigned to active army duty in
command of the Sixth corps area at
Chicago, effective May 2.
$440,000,000 For Roads
WKthnut opposition the House last
week, approved and sent to the Sen
ate a M40.000.000 road program.
North Carolina stands to receive J4,
724.173 from the State aid Highway
fund. The national appropriation was
earmarked for various specific pur
poses. The bill sets aside 11 26,000,000
fo rpgular Federal aid Highway work
In the states.
Cotton Planting Delayed
Reports from ten chief cotton
growing states, during the past week
showed planting running from one to
four weeks behind schedule in six of
them due to excessive rain in the east
and drought in the west.
Judge Ritter Convicted
Federal Juuge Halsted L. Ritter,
of Florida, age 65, was removed from
the bench by vote of the Senate de
claring him guilty of a House im
peachment charge, that he brought
his court into "scandal and disrepute."
On the first charge, that he allowed an
excessive fee of $75,000 to A. L. Ran
kin, his former law partner, In a re
ceivership case, the vote lacked but
one of being two-thirds. The article
on which he was finally convicted
coinbintd all the other six charges.
Labor Down On Talmadge
"The acts of usurpation and dicta
torship" of Governor Eugene Tal
madge were condemned by the Geor
gia Federation of Labor, In a reso.
lution adopted at a convention in Co
lumbus, last week, Talmadge is still
running the State of Georgia under a
one man tinandial control in the ab
sence of an appropriations act.
WPA Chief Fired
Mary L. Hopkins, dismissing George
H. Gannon, the Washington State
WI'A administrator, because of alleg
ed collection of campaign contribu
tions from his staff, declared: "We
won't ftaind for political skulldug
gery in WI'A."
W I N D- -
Has its playful moments,
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Bonds Rentals Real Estate
Turmoil In Europe
The European international situa
tion during the weel: apparently be
came more critical If not more era-
mlnently dangerous. None of the
pressing problems failing the League
of Nations and the diplomats of the
leading powers wers eny nearer so
lution as the week-end drew near
than a week ago. While an open rift
in relations between Gre.U Britian and
France seemed imminent diplomats In
Geneva sought to get a bais for East
African peace discussions.
Wendel Is Absoh ed
Paul H. Wendel, former Tienton, N.
J. lawyer was absolved of ;uilt of
kidnaping the Lindbergh batiy, when
Mercer county grand jury, on last
week after lengthy investigation of
the charges, voted "no bill", accord
ing to announcement by I'ronecutor
Kdvvln E. Marshall. However, Wendel
is still being held pending c urt or
ders on embezzlement charges. He
hail been held on charges of kidnap
ing the Lindbergh baby since a few
days before llauptmann was executed
for the crime.
Dry Forces To Fight
Appealing to "all the people of the
Suite to wipe out the entire nefarious
liquor trallic, and enforce the law,"
the trustees of the North Carolina
I 'piled Dry Forces in a meeting In
Kaleigh last week made plans for a
campaign to elect dry candidates for
Senior Play Will Be
Given Friday Night
The annual senior play, one of the
outstanding features of the com
mencement program of the Waynes
ville Township High School, will be
presented in the school auditorium to
morrow, Friday, beginning at eight
This entertainment, "Come Out of
the Kitchen," a comedy in three acts
by A. E. Thomas, ig given under the
able direction of Miss Hester Ann
Withers, member of the Hazelwood
faculty, and enacted by a group of the
high school's most talented students.
The scenes, staged in present time,
and taking place in the Daingerfield
mansion in Virginia, were originally
presented by George M. Cohan, with
Ruth Chatterton, Bruoe McRae, and
Walter Connally in the cast.
Besides three acts of comedy, spe
cial music and other entertainment
will be furnished.
The story is written around a Vir
ginia family of the old aristocracy,
by the name of Daingerfield, who,
finding themselves temporarily em
barrassed, decided to rent their home
to a rich Yankee. One condition stip
ulates that a staff of white servants
should be engaged for his sojourn at
the stately hom. The servant ques
tion presents practically insurmount
able difficulties, and one of the
daughters of the family conceives the
mad idea that she, her sister, and
two brothers shall act as the domestic
staff. When Burton Crane and his
guests arrive from the north, they
find the staff of servants to possess
so many methods of behavior out of
the ordinary that amusing complica
tions begin to arise immediately.
The merry story continues through a
maze of delightful incidents until the
real identity of the heroine is finally
Cast of characters:
Olivia . Daing-efiieldi, alias Jane
Ellen, Emily Siler.
Elizabeth Daingerfield, alias Ara
minta. Drama Lampkin.
Mrs. Falkener, Tucker's sister, Cor.
Cora Falkener, her daughter, Joan
Amanda, Olivia's black mammy,
Burton Crane, from the North,
Thomas LefPerts, poe Lawson
Solon Tucker, Crane's attorney,
Paul Daingerfield, alias Smithfield,
$0 Ea Glljurrl) fmniiag
WAYNESVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH
H. W. Baucom, Pastor.
Regular services for next Sunday.
9:45 Sunday school.
11:00 Morning worship.
7:00 Baptist Training Union.
8:00 Evening worshiD.
Special music at both morning and
Pome and worship with us.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rev. Howard V. Lane, Pastor.
Third Sunday after Easter: Morn
ing Mass at 11 A. M. Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament after the Mass.
Sermon "The Sacrament of Matri
mony" by the pastor.
Morning Mass at Franklin at 8
Charles TJaingerfield, alias Brindle
burv. Clarence Hyatt.
Randolph Weeks, agent of the Dain
gerfields, Douglas Moore.
Bible school 9:45.
Christian Endeavor 7.
Midweek service Wednesday S
CITIZEN PASSES A Way
Friends here will be sorry to
of the death of Mrs. J. H.'V -?
who lived in Waynesville at ot"'
Mrs. Lord passed away in
after a week's illness, and was bur.J
in Sarasota, Fla., on April 13th.
FATHER LANE TALKSAT W r
T. C. ' l-
Father Lane gave a lecture at tve
Western Carolina Teachers CWeee v
Cullowhee on the four religious order"
of the middle ages, talking on .
Order of St. Benedict. St l.',.,.,;.
Dominie, and St. Ignatius. ' '
On last W'eilriesdav a mass meeting
was held in (Ireenville, N, t'., attended I
by lillO farmers, who voted to send
ropn'Sentatives to Kaleigh this week
to urge (iovei'Dor Khringh.iiiN to call
it special .session of the legislature tn
enact tobacco compact legislation.
'Phone Profits Growing
, net income ga.in of $27,41 4,000
during 'l tnonths whk'h ended on
FVlirtiary the 29th was reported last
week by the American Telephone and
Telegraph company and its affiliates.
An increase of 201, 01)0 telephones dur
ing the first quarter of 1936 also was
LOCAL DOG WINS PRIZES'
Colonel Jack, the cocker spaniel,
owned by Father Lane, received at
the Asheville dog show last week
two first, one second and one special
tit -?. St : - J
BACKED BY THE GUARANTEED OK TAG
11934 CHEVROLET DUAL WHEEL TRUCK
Good Tires Good Truck New Top
11932 CHEVROLET SPORT SEDAN JQOC
Clean as a pin Carries Red OK Tag DjD
119.31 CHEVROLET SPORT SEDAN f0A
Red OK Tag . ,.v OZOU
11930 CHEVROLET COACH New top df 4 A
New Paint ; . v . ; , . 3) 1 4U
11928 CHEVROLET SEDAN $75
BRING YOUR OLD CAR IN AND TRADE IT FOR A
BETTER AND NEWER ONE.
Watkins Chevrolet Company
first... the I araSEN J
REVOLUTIONARY A & WWlML.
NEW 1936i fJ,SliSffl )
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five year protection plan .
certified low operating cost . . .
and constant cold made visible
second . . .
Our own appointment as
a Dealer for KELVINATOR
We are mighty proud of this appointment. Because after seeing all the new
1936 refrigerators we know we would rather offer our customers Kelvin
ator than any other make.
It's revolutionary! Not just an improved model but a refrigerator so far
ahead that it makes yesterday's electric refrigerators obsolete.
Don't take our word for it. Come in and see it for yourself. And if you're
ready to buy remember a Kelvinator costs no more and terms are easier
than ever. Come in and see why we're so enthusiastic about being a Kelvin
ator dealer in 1936!
MEDFORD FURNITURE COMPANY
AT THE DEPOT HOMER HENRY, Manager
VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AND SEE THE NEW
Sales and Service
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