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THURSDAY. APRILJ3, 1936
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
rvuh C E. Weatherby recently pre
rtea bis 136 basketball squads and
nr letters for the past cam-
Mrs, Roosevelt in Spring Togs
u i J ...:u l. Mil-" i
..' i He awaruea wun tav.ii . mm
v'Vieafter as each player received
I Cr !n-r third certificate in the
t tnev wouia aiso ue r'vni
' i ba.I. Any piajer icren mur
X 'ii the same sport would be
ur t.,i a trophy. -Mattie Mae .Mes
t,r w;u the only freshman to receive
'"v'iV. and. therefore, is the only
iat win nave a cuancf u rt
trophy within the next four
ah Weatherby stated that two
his championship girls
three managers would
Kr.!uatf This year.
Thufe receiving awards of the big
V" were: Joe Cathey, Douglas
HI j,.-,.. Wade Franklin, Thad Chafirj,
q ". Smith. David Stentz. Dick
Vhi-enhunt, Tom Blalock, Rill Swift,
Tom Davis, Sarah Welch. Ruby Bur
rtt.V Joan Phillips, Helen Rogers,
IVt--y Milner, Evelyn Jones, "Red"
Kaiiies, Clara Wyatt, Mattie .Mae
Messer. and Clarence Hyatt.
Thee teams completed one of the
preatest seasons in point of games
wo" for the Mountaineers. The boys
team -bowed much improvement over
team of the past few years, and the
rrU won both the Blue Ridge Con-
ference iournameni unu me tvt-.-n iii
Carolina Teachers College
nient at Cullowhee.
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Commission Agent For The
I ' & .
! A- ! ?"' If ; -1 kl
. . i . ilTr hs , iw Vim
1 ; r iiiMiii tii
IDr.R. L. Moore To
! Present Diplomas
! To Bethel Seniors
! .. !1;'-.R-. J- -loore, nrtvident of Mars
Jiil I o.lere, will deliver the Literarv
oi pie mas to
April 24, w-
.tmie.-s aijj present
thiity-eijrht senior at
School, Friday ni-ht,
kr:nniiiK' at 7:;iO o'clock.
Or Moore is one of North Caroli
na s loading citizens and imo of the
'Uth.s leadins Baptists. He entered
Mars Ilu! Co!!ee;o thirly-nino yoa-s
a.iro. as president, when the institu
tion was in its infancy. :md his lead
ersli:p and intlueiKe have been the
mam laeiors in nuikuii' Mm- n,u.,..
i i ne icau'.nir junior coll
t arolina. Dr. Moor.-
treat million co, a
imoi , over nunili e.ls of poop
Carolina, and has won
! i rienasnip. ainl
lejres in North
V in North
Ur. Moore is a
and this combined
cumulated by nior,
tury of study and
in .services as
speaker of ability,
witli wisdom, ac
than half a i-en-expirience.
peaker highly in de-
J ... l i . , . . "., ii if; in jc.
.nn- m i- intniy inspirational
injr, and interesting.
W.C.T.C. Plan To
Have Big Program
(Special to The Mountaineer.)
CUl.LOWHKK "Not only profit
able but pleasant" is the watchword of
the Western Carolina Tea.hers Col
lege summer school this year.
The college has arranged for a mod
ern bus that will be used for educa
tional as well as recreational trips..
l!oth a botanist and a geologist will
be available to direct the trips.
Co'.f will be provided for at rea
sonable rates. Four tennis courts will
lie avadable. Swimming will be pro
moted. A person who is experienced
in story-telling has been engaged to
conduct a "story hour' in the even-
mgs. Other minor forms of
Bethel Seniors To
Give Class Play
School will present "Th Marlenburg
Necklace," a mystery in three acts,
by James C. Parker, Thursday nifcht,
April 23, beginning at eight o'clock.
The following compose the cast of
characters: Evelyn Swanger, Lucv
Medford, Ellen Hargrove, Charles Os
borne, Burr Burnette, Verna Burress,
Steve Cathey, I. my Calloway, (iladys
Hog.'rs, Bill Hyatt, and Lynn Murray.
Professor C. C. Ilanratn, principal
of Bethel school, is the direior of the
tion will be provided.
10 Pints of Blood
We have In our hody about ten piiifi
.iieailing on tin
new spnpor i tin
la:;o that civ.'
This double-breasted full-le
full-length 1 nV t-n-it t 1... II.. I .
pi,. , , , ' v""- si iiiiMu-ioomed I weed in
Eleanor blue, set off by a tailor,.,! silt :.. . .
ected by Mrs. Frank,,,, D Koos,eit To e s , ri tfiV The
k.rt .. of navy b,ue and uh.u checked tweed, violet dW
rate the navy blue straw hat
AS HE SEES THE
HUMAN SIDE 0' LIFE
A I ) M 1 N I S r U 1 ( ) B S N Oil f E
Having .pialitied as: admintrator
of the estate of Sarah Ferguson,
deceased, late of Ilavwood Comity,
North Carolina, ihi.s is to notify a'H
persons having claims against " said
estate to pn'sent them tu the' under
signed at V avnesville, on or before
L"rd day of April, 1 !.!7. or this no
tice will be ' pleaded in bar of their
reeoveiy. All persons indebted to
.sain I'Staio will ploa-e make
diate set t lenient.
This the L'L'nd day f April lll.'Jd
d. V.. FKKtaiSON. '
Administrator of tho estatt
'e.J.-.L' Apr J:!-:!0-Ma.V 7-f-l-'l-L'S
, made and
of trust to
.' WAYS TO I.EC-CIU NKFK.
Mr, Editur an' Heer Beeileis, I want
all who have ah intrust in my Cam
pane to let me no what they think is
the best way fur , ne to koruluet i!
I meen how ye think I orter lec-cluin-eer.
Of koaive, lieeriy all the Can
dydates swap t'baeker, tell yarns, an'
kuss a little; but 1 iintis sum uv-em
just kum to town in their duiiy.
work-a-day cloze an' with about .'1
weeks id' boenl on their fa.es, while
others dress up -s.. iter detent.
Now, I've . de-si(ied. that the best
way fur Die to git voles js to alter
nate tlieze 2 Plans--when 1 fully de
cide .what '"His I'm rininin' fur
The fuisi. plan' moot, work with tho
.mop aliout, the Co.-ii'thmi-'o. on the
st reets ail' so '..foil I't Ii. hut I'm a freed
it won't wotk will) the. ladies.
So, ka;iio,iaM.v Tin a-goin' to lay
my See-gyar a'side, iresS up, lii! my
'poek.il s with gmii. .pin a bnkay on
an'.Sally foiirtli. Yes, sii-ee!
In this wav I 'think I ntvr git. the
Moininashun fur sumi'i'm. 1 1 1 1 s: iiui -ever,
eny good, ailviei you can '. givet
me on how I oi'ter koiniuct my ( 'tim
pano will tie a pt'eC shatiMl, heeau.e I've
not got eny manager, ho money tin' m
We hud a big film1 at the nicotin'
We had a big time I say;
)es, wo 'had a big time at the met tin'
An' 'Fred Douglas, he got the bokay.. .
.We'll, ."we had a grate time at "the
Farmers' Bankwil - but I don't no
wltiteh one of them ladies got the
bokay. But the wonder is, how them
holies cooil tell so inelvv jokes without
I'NKI.K ABE ( ITS KOM I ZED.
I'm a-gitten skecrd, Mr. I'iditur,-th-
way our far hav.zards air runniti'
up. W e alreddy had !! major an' (i
do, minor hazziirds then the wim-
:llg With .th;
i r nioct 1 1! an
But 'tin1 wiirsi
ilu. what to do about
notis. t hat . ("he
his, car gloary
what it wuz fut
n 1 1
; Well, I
' I ''.;:
"Whaf-chu think it's fur, if to; .
keep pecpie froiii riihnln' over-iin '."'
Of koarse. ,1 eo. d a say lot. more
'bout Cheef's . car if it wuzn't fur
the respi'ikt I have fur old age. :
! . s : i v
. to, kleeli
to be koerf
i ft .'inlos: an'
save yore ol"
saV we s.
The ha nl
a m.bi r i
up : t.he
ii how v
: i V
wife, Annie M. ( a,
executed a certain ,
i no t ommeri'ial National Bank
of ..High Point, North Carolina,
1 rustee, which f.aid 'deed f
trust bears, date of the 1st
day of .January, IPLN, and is record
ed in Book L'l at page Hi;, jn the
i mice, ot .the liegister of lecds
Haywood t'ouniy. Nort), Carolina
serufc certain indeiitediiess, and,
WHFKEAS, on aei iiiinl .if the ina.
f High Point,
WK HAD A (iBAI E 1 IMF!
That- y.ooce to ho a little ditty
that dates way back before the grate
Onciv.il. War, ; -whiteh went .jsunip'm
NOTICE OF TIU'STEE'S SAI.lv
On Wednesday,. May fi'!:, 1 !''!''. a'
eleven o'clock, A. M. at the court
house door in the town of Waynesviile,
Haywood County, North Carolina, the
undersigned trustee will Kell at public
outcry to the highest bidder for cash,
the following lands and premises:
BEGINNING at a stake at the in
tersection of the Southeast margin of
State Highway No. 10 with the West
margin of Brook Street, and runs
thence with the margin of said High-
wav, S. 54" r. 97. feet to a stake; S.
ol0' '30' W. 50 feet; thence S. 39" 30'
E. 145 feet; thence N. 51 E. SO feet
to Rrook Street: thence with the
Wrst, marein of Brook Street, N. 14"
V 1o0 feet to the BEGINNING, be
ing lots 1 and 2 of the Prevost Park
Addition ' to Hazelwood, as per sur
vey and plat of J. W. Seavcr, made
Mirch. !)2fi, and recordj'd in Map
Book "C," Index "BV olTicp of the
Register of Deeds of Haywood CJounty.
This deed is made upon the express
condition that no building shall be
erected on said property at a value
of less than $4,000.00, except, that
after the construction of a $4,000
building, garages or outhouses may
be built of less value.
Sa'e niade pursuant to the power
of sale conferred unon me by that
certain deed of trust executed by J. H.
Smathers and wife, Josephine P.
Smathere, dated April 1, 1926, and
recorded in Book 17, page 211, Pie
cord of Deed8 of Trust of Haywood
This April 6, 1936.
J. R. MORGAN,
'No, 458 April 9-16-23-30.
irii k st
t iiey ai
t he lies'
hility of th
,m.iiiiiui, i iusiee, io act,
the undersigned, pursuant to ami
in compliance with . law, lias'
been appointed . Successor Ti lls
lee under said deed of ti ns t . bv an
JtisiJ. unient i,i' writing leoord. d m
Book !!,- at page L'l 7. in Hie Oliive , f
the Pegit ter of Heeds for Ilavwood
County, North Carolina and
WHEREAS,.' default, 'having .,.
made in the iayment nf the indebt
edness si nned by said deed' of (rild.
andt the Imlder of said notes evid, n
cmg said indeliiediioss having demand
ed t hat t ho illldi r.signed exeiet i' t lie
power nl' sale eniil. iitie.1 in h in.
f ' uiiieiit , ;i n 1 1 sell t he proporl v t here,
i'.v conveyed, as pinvi.le,! in -aid ,ee,
t'ni 1 ' he uiiilers.ig,,, , Surces, or
Ti n -tee w ill on I ho 1 It I, dav .'.f M.,v
H I'-? o"'( Joi-k noon, oll'er for saip
'II al puhlir auct ion. (;,,,, , h
Hit Utilise door, in he Cif v
e, (Ymnl y (,f lla wood,
North ('arnlina. tiie I'.il.
i'hed la nil's a nd
pi ( till;
n . imt t ne ' tiazzardites say
mute dangerous than a niiol
The I in.-- io . . ; i y '.(! orfio'
e 'oze in a wii rni rooni: -liut
1 ceod lti'ii fnnii.tlie hazzard
hat we sliood
go out into
So, ve s(., V(i got so bet ween
devil an' the deep bloo sea an' -o
mossed" an' momixed up in my. niind
that' I'll tie ;(. r.ed if 1 no what do. :
THE ONLY WAY OFI".
So,, I think the. best thing -to (lo
in faekt. the only way out, is to jist
throw f.if all this here komplex, "step-on-it,".
"okey," 'niany-"sid.ed, messed
up, hy-fullotin.' life an' tro way back
an' be a cave man. All the most of us
Wood need is a cave, an' we can find
: It's eether that or jine the Xoodist
Kolony, whir thar'll lie
No Brane truttt nor New Heel. .
No Mussa-loeny nor Hell Se-lati.-y. .
No Lip-stick nor Jimmy Wave. .
No Pum-h hordes nor Soady water. .
No Bridge partys nor Si-etty. .
No Far; hazzards. nor Rools what-
And last, but not least
No Candydates a-p!ottin' on the
Coarthouse green !
Instid, we'll have plenty of
Whiskers like our Singer-man
yooce to have. . .
Raw meet an' urbs. ,
Home broo. .
Raskin' in the sun like lizzardf
an' so foar.h. .
Plenty of Fleeze. .
Good kinlin wood.
Plenty of purty wimmenan' twins
Dionne 5's an up gloary
Wid Medford, Frank Davis, Cheef
Whitener, Gaston Burnett, John Bovd,
Lee Trantham, Tom Kirkpatrick, Ma
rion Snyder, Lowry Lee, Geo, A.
Brown, Uncle Geo. Garrett, Aint Ida
Mullis an' a boast of other.? have al
reddy decided to jihe me.
Of koarce, all the defeated Candy
dates will want to jine us aiter the
June Primary . . then won't we have
a Hell Se-lassy of a time!
a I. I h e (
.Hid Slate of
A i-ertain ho", or. parcel 'of laii
"r i-' '! the lown of; :Wavne:'-ville,
County of Jlaywood, Waynesvilh'
Town-litp, and i'nr iaiti'cii-l;'irly de
ibed ;): f oilows; ' ' , '
MUSI' I II Cf: BEGINMNi; at a
staki; in the Northwest iniei sei t ion of
t'liestiiuC. Park Jlrive. and Sylvan
J'rive, and runs theni'e Southwyst'iniiN
gin of ("hev( m,t, Park J ii ive N. ;j
grees an: W. ::7I .ft t,i H . tako in
san.l inatgiti; t'lu-nce- S. 1(1 flee-rees til)'
W. L'OO feet t a stake in a Norliieast-
eni -margin id Sylvan Drive; thence
wit h .- a til margin of Sylvan Dri ve
S. -1!) degrees .'i0' E. : JU! feet to a'
stake in a Northern margin of Sylvan
Jtve; thence with -aid Niithern
'margin, of Sylvan Drive N. K2 de
grees E. 287 feet to the BEGINNING
Being lots Nos. 1, 2, 4, 5, C, 7. ami
'17, :,H, :!, 40 and 41 of Block "H," of
he.vl.tiut Park Addition to town of
Waynesviile, ti ptr survey of J. W.
Seaver, made December, 1!U2, and
recordi'd m Map Book "A," page 100,
Record of Maps of Haywood County,
SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING at
a stake in the intersection of of
Southwestern margin of Sylvan Drive
and a Northern margin of Sylvan
Drive, and runs thence N. 4 deo-rees
30' W.125 feet to a .stake in South
west margin of Sylvan Drive; thence
S. 40 degrees 30' AV, 125 feet to a
stake in a Northeast margin of Syl
van Drive; thence .with 'the Northeast
margin of Sylvan Drive the fol
lowing calls: South 57 degrees
East 40 feet; North 82 degrees E.
128 feet to the point of BEGINNING.
Being Lots Nos. 1 and 1 of Block
"G" of Chestnut Park Addition to
the Town of Waynesviile as per
survey of J. W.Seaver, made Decem
ber, 1912; and recorded in Map Book
"A," page 100, Record of Maps of
Haywood County, N. C. i
Being the same two tratcs of land or
lots of land conveyed to the saidsjohn
R. Carswell and wife, Annie M.Cars-i
well by J, Clarence Miller and wife, I
Virginia C. Miller, by deed dated ,
November 10th, 1923, and recorded
in Book 65, page 233, Record of Deeds
of Haywood County, North Carolina.
I his the 7th day of April, 1936.
ANTHONY REDMOND, I
No. 459 April 16-23-30-May 7.
a V '' .."'IN',' . .'1 X
has. made a home
Instfiid of waslin hor (imo over (he family w;oih lul),
she is (U'votinji iuhhUmI linu' ( Jut family, ami sending her
laundry (o us. . . .and we dean (he in CLEAN bemuse our
miulern e(iiipinen(, and lon years of expei ience enables
us to jj'ive ;t heller job, and a( no evlia eosl.
si:m) voi k la in dry and di:v ci.kamn; to thk
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