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AUGUST 4, 1938
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
HERE and THERE
Hilda Way Gwyu
i - , he
that struck me very
. i 1- "Truth
inns me . . .
. I U . . .
v .iicn at ine uuiujiu ui
I often try to think
; association means.
just what this1
V, m To j ASSISTANT COUNTY
Go To Church Sunday agent named for
WAYNESVILLE PRESBYTERIAN HAYWOOD COUNTY
Miss Albright Back
From Peace Conference
, , w '"."I'u. i can
its buried under a i a lu" "st oi the local benefits.
...voaganda" . . . just stop r f'."' "lal'n a,r and . Khts
r the meaning ... of the
it seems that eveiy-
inaugurated in modern
cluttered up with propa-
ihat one has to be a very
"A. .uniti.t often to perceive
'": ' v.mr nrinciple
Wci; uel to sum mi cav.,
..raw u. scenery just impressive'
enough to allow a feeling of intimacv
with hills and superb cloud effects j
come next. A few more advantages'
are. inso.riny ehin..Vi..o . i .u ...
nne profession:) u-.u-l-.i- ,i ...
fruits, and hospitality of residents.
We northerners have a distinct de
light in the beautiful hlmi.t
v i-.iT-A r run lihk ui a uubc l 1.1 .
J , t hamhozzle th ,,rBUtu. ln"urt'n tnat re among
to ln ti.ed to bambozzle the . our mlxed po.)uIations at ,
u-ith . . that we are all more : im.ivstii10- k
Wl1 .u: .u... '""testing to be in an unmixed
;ts i..ch.us i e ,u, ,B society that holds to manv principles
bJ ;e ""J Tse 'ves n-;upon which our count ' JL T,,
A "iifgro in the woodpile"
;"'.,,rv times regardless of
'n "Amding the cause ... if we
'. ,wb enough . . . we'll find that
Dr. Robert Peter Walker, Minister.
"Thirsty Souls invited to the Living
Water," will be the message lor ti.e
11 o'clock hour Sunday morning.
Bible school at i':4d.
Morning worship at 11.
Christian Endeavor at 7.
I nil, n t.ej-vice at .Methodist church
Mui-wnk prayer a:u! praise Wo:-;
nesdav at fc. I
Kl'lSl Ol'AL CHl'KCH. BALSAM
Kev. Albert New, Bcctor.
On Sunday, August 7th, the lcctoi
will conduct services at 4 p. m.
The Kev. A. W. Farnum. recto' i.f
St. Mary's, Asheville, will preach.
Everybody cordially invited.
Herbert Hoover . . on his way
tl, a fishing trip recently ... to
the Canadian West . , . trying to
escape reporters . . . who were
Pitting him for political discus
spoke ot wnat ne called
remaining avenues to
. "They are prayer and
. . and I guess he is
'about right . . . time was when 1
was very young and heard talk
fchcut how everybody knew your
h.wines in a small town ... I
.believe that the city offered one
escape . . . but if one has a circle
i,f friends and acquaintances . . .
trie's affairs and privacy will be
discussed and interrupted any
where . . . the city dweller .'.
th his circle meets the same
situation . . . but after all
rather get many dirty digs
s!,mc with the
that makes life worth living than
;,ve a lonesome sort of existence
... "far from the maddening
croud" . . . for you can't please
tvervbody . . . remember the
f.ible f the man and his donkey
.... but between us it is annoy
ing -how our friends so often for
cot to tell us something nice . . ,
but aio .so generous with refer
ence to our mistakes ... if you
iio.n"t know what I mean . . . get
a jfb reporting for a newspaper
. ..and you'll understand per-
Prospeet of the hottest political
news of the past week was the an
nouncement by .Mrs. Piilbo. nine (lavs
Hvoieed from Senator Bilbo, of Miss
siipi , . . to whom she has been
K.nied :! years . . . Mrs. Bilbo con
tmplates running against her hus
jainl in the im.il Senatorial race . . .
She says "Long before mv divoifp
.s thinking of running against mv
band. 1 .don't know yet what my
platform might be" . . . In his 103-1
canvpaiL'ti it is said that Senator Kilbo
-"' s' unin speeches and covered
J1.'.""" 111! e-J . . . hilt f'Vnn n
c-.: In hard to catch up with .
u r:i .v-:i-s standing would know
, v.,:::, ialil. -pots of a man . enough
1 him ... if she tried hard
,,;ii.'!i .... Senator, you better make
' v..:-h the hlav. . . .. .
"o. ir.g was generously
I hv (ortrnd.. Trmn.
'''; m-wspaper woman, and
''- feature writer for trie
A"k-n-':,,n I'o-st .... who is
!"!! nir the summer here at the
' " Hot-el . . most of her time
'"'it a,e many places like Way
:.!e where the summer population
jrmcMod by--a lot of strangers.
X'T.!-K SKKMXt; SCMMONS BY
Nl'KTH c x Pin iv .
I" TItr, Cl'ripT.in
! ft I
Eila Wi.i.i...,,. i . ....
Hu. . neeo, inomasene
r""1 llj'mmer. Kenneth E.
wimmvr, ai.i.. r... . .
The Hi f...i..... . -i
Enm' v 118 1 nomasene Howell
;:.; Kenneth E, Brimmer, Al.kn
i! 1 tnt aml -Grdon II. Dent will
i'CVe V aCtl" ontltl-1"
; 'a- boot comilK'nceH in
up'-nnv ',.. :
Nonh , "".vwood County,
IS.r.C- '"J"' tp (lecla'e the said
t - "limits - oi an express
.'; Me benefit of James
firfiruirt of that ...
Koad ,? being on Dell wood
V,.,-t ,.' ".'lWlld County, state
tsi rh, i - " s particularly
-"'bed m a lo,.,l Ai- '
''Us.tee. to Tfc. - .
;'. e5.. i .i " '"""aseiie 11. WO01-
r 11 ne l ith dav of Kovnmhn,-
in necora ot JJeetls
Page r,8( office of the Ktg
-''S Haywood County, and
"londants will fm-th,.r tat-
U f L
v tK are retiuired to ap-
Vthe office of the Clerk of the
n ths .. .. OI "aywood County
C- :'VU!,e it Waynesville.
of sl y da" after the
1 "Tnur 1 '"""i iiu answei
:rt),.., to coniPlaint in said action
Jor the I T,?m aPPy t the court
Plaint .remanded in said com-
Ait. "rL,? Alh WILLIAMSON,
tf Hv V tbe SuPior Court
Thia'th. . i uuntv. C.
-NV TTfLil day of August, 1938.
"Grace Church in the Mountains"
Rev. Albert New, Rector.
Sunday, August 7th.
10 A. M. Church school and Con
firmation instruction for those to be
confirmed on 21st inst.
11 A. M, Holy Communion and ser
mon. Everybody cordially invited.
It is a trood thinp- to h,.vu i.i,.,.,...... :
! the personnel about us for thoughts
are broadened by such contacts.
Never, excepting in Sweden, have I j
seen streets as blue with overalls as 1
in Waynesville. I wonder if we are
grateful enough to the inventor of
overalls. Who was he? Such a
generally-used and useful garments
cannot be matched.
Many strangers come to Waynes
ville to regain their health. They may ;
be lonely, suffering, and full of care. ,
But those that are well, might make !
their visit worth while by returning ! The pastor, Julian S. Hopkins, will
some benefits for those received. We preach Sunday morning at eleven
canhelp the churches, hospital, and o'clock. Special music will be ren
welfare agencies, according to our dered bv the choir under the direc
means. As we go, we could leave be- tion of Mr. Evander Prcfton.
hmd books that we have or clothing A special training school, sponsored
to be distributed to the poor. But by the B. T. U.. will begin at the First
the best thing that we could leave Baptist church Monday evening, Au
is a friendly impression. We can ' gust 8, at 7:;i0 and will continue each
scarcely urge harmony among na- evening through Friday. .Courses
tions until we sustain that oualitv will ho nffV.rwt r.o- ..hilt ,....
ai nome. ,. ..,i ..u 1,1,.. ti,., i i.. . ..
John L. Reitzel, formerly as
sistant county agent in Cleve
land county, has accepted the po
sition of asisian, county :i,r,n'
..: i.aywiK i; county,
j Mr. Reitul is expected to be-
i work in Haywood ci unty in
j ". ..e l...;l llltUIl.
Haywood li. T. U. To
j -tieoi At :orlh Canton
The annual meeting of the B. T. V".
of Haywooe! Baptist Association will
be' held Sunday, August 7, at the'
-With Canton Baptist chinch.
i The meeting will begin at 1(1 o'clock
M.d will last until ;! p. m. Free
lunch will be served at the church.
I A state B. T. U. worker will give
jthe morning address at the 11 o'clock
service. A splendid program has
jbe-eti planned. All B. Y. P. V. mem
bers in the county are aske'd to be
present. James Chapman, county
B. T. I". president, will be in charge
of the meeting.
Miss Anne Albright, of Waynes
ville, dean of women of Western Car
olint Teachers College, has recently
returned from the summer
on international law whii
sponsored by the University of Mich
igan by the Carnegie Endowment for
Miss Albright was one of 117 invited
delegates. For live weeks she and
others have studied various tihus.w
Albright said. "They, however, set
r.o formulas for attaining world
peace and they admitted confusion as
to the present situation and the pros
pects for the future."
Mrs. W. W. Norman, of Griffin. Ga-
session 1 n expected this week to visit her
h was daughter, Mrs. Richard N. Barber. Jr.
and heard h-Cj-
of international law
tures by authorities.
"The general feeling of the con
fciiiice. ilispiie the connVting theo
ries held by lecturers was that, in
time we wiM have world peace," Miss
Want Ads are one cent a word
for each insertion. No rt ia
eaten for less than 25c.
F1BST BAH 1ST CHURCH
teache'is are sparing no efforts in
their plans to make' this week prof
itable and enjoyable to all. In adeli
tion to the study classes a short
period of recreation will be conducted
each evening. All are cordially in
vited to attend.
FIRST MKTHIDIST CHURCH
The regular . services will be held
on Sunday morning.
Church school at mornini
worship at 11:00. The pastor will
pleach on the subject: "Sitting on the
Causes of God."
The union seivce Sunday evening
w:;I b- held at the Methodist church
It was with great sadness and a
feeling or intense shock that the Lake
Junaluska community learned of the
death of Earl Wyatt, July 5th. I
Earl, a member of the graduating'
class of WHS, of W. T. H. S., was a!
boy of a lovable disposition, and'
re'spected by everyone he knew. He
was born Oct. S, W20. and attended i
school at Junaluska Elementary
school and Waynesville High.
At the time of his death, he was
a member of the Boy Scouts of
America, and held the office of scribe
eif Troop of Lake Junaluska.
He was the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Wyatt, of Lake Junaluska,
a great grandson of Kev. Win. Pruett,
He is survived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Wvatt ami two sif
ters, Stella Mae anil Bellma, and a !
hos of relatives and friends who'
i ' ' is untimely passing. I
WANTED Man over twenty-one
years of age to spend one night
alone in leical graveyard and re
late his experience to the Great
Dusso on stage of Pisgah Theatre
Saturday, August l.'lth at 11 o'clock
p. m. Apply in person or phone
manager of Pisgah Theatre. July
KEYS MADE or safes opened, locks
repaired, at Waynesville Hardware,
this week only.
LOST--Two valuable cocktail forks,
either on Church street or Central
avenue. Liberal reward if returned
to The Mountaineer.
FOR RENT- By month or year 4
room bungalow, 429 Iovt Lane.
Screened porch, bath, attractive
grounds, pasture and garden. Rent
reasonable to reliable party. Call
Mrs. Paul McElroy.
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