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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
With Big Program
Rev. C. S. Kirkpatrick, of Greens
boro, and a former Haywood citi
zen, will be the principal speaker
af the Iron Duff-Crabtree home
coming on Sunday morning, at the
new C'rabtree school.
All church services in the two
townships will be dispersed with
and held jointly at the school.
The program will begin at ten
o'clock, at the school auditorium,
with a brief address of welcome by
Rev. W. Z. Ferguson. Songs by
the children will follow, and the
Sunday School lesson will be taught
in the class rooms for children by
the teachers of the school. Rev.
Pink McCracken will teach the
A fifteen minute intermission
will be held after Sunday School,
and at eleven o'clock, Rev. C. S.
Kirkpatrick will deliver the ser
mon, The scripture will be read
and prayer offered by Rev. A. F.
Special music will be given by
the W. C. Kirkpatrick family, and
the benediction by W. Clarke Med
ford. A picnic lunch will be served
at the noon hour, and at two o'clock
the program will be featured by talks
by Grover C. Davis, Jack Messer, and
others, and music by various family
To Start Monday
Schools Will Open August 29th.
Teachers Given Assignment
For Coming School Term
The Waynesvillu township schools
will open for the fall semester of the
1!:S8-:W term on Monday, August the
U!t, according to M. H. Howies, super-I
Next week Will be given over to
the registration of the pupils. The
various classes of the school are ask
ed to report for registration on the
following days: Senior class, Monday,
the 22nd; juniors, Tuesday the 23rd;
sophomores, Wednesday the 24th;
freshmen, Thursday the 25th; and
the 7th grade pupils are asked to re
port on Friday the 26th.
The hours for registration will -be
from 8:30 to 4 o'clock, and all pupils
are requested to report next week.
The following assignments are made
subject to change during the first
week of school:
C. E. Weatherby, principal, physi
cal education, White Mease, general
bus, W. C. Allen, American history,
Evelyn Underwood, French-English,
Martha . Mock, English, Ethel Craig,
typing, bookkeeping, shorthand, Mar
garet Ashton, library science, Mrs.
J. M. Kellett, Latin, Mrs. Lucy Tate
Jones, general mathematics,' Mrs.
Grace A. Stanley, biology, physics,
liessie Boyd, English, Mrs. J. C. Pat
rick, general science, Hester Ann
ithers, English, Carl Ratcliff, civics,
history, John Dudley Moore, Algebrn
plain geometry, Louise Edwards, home
economics, Owen Corwin, industrial
shop, J. C. Brown, vocational agri
culture. JUNIOR HIGH
Mary Stringfield, mathematics and
art, Mrs. Frank Ferguson, language,
spelling and writing, Mary Emma
Massie, history and geography, Nancy
Louise Killian, health and music,
Frank Ferguson, reading, literature.
Mrs. Ova P. Ferguson, principal, 5th
grade, Mrs. Edna F. Rogers, 6th
grade, Mrs, DeBrayda Fisher, 6th
grade, Fannie Pearl Felmet, 4th
grade, Frances Robeson, 3rd grade,
Lois Harrold, 2nd grade, Mrs. Sam
Queen, 1 and 2nd grade, Annie Dee
Kirkpatrick, 1st grade.
Horace Francis, principal, 6th grade,
Mrs. Sam Knight, 5th grade, Mrs.
JIaye Burr Morrow Davis, 6th grade,
Marietta Way, 4th grade, Daisy Boyd,
4th grade, Ellen Louise Killian, 3rd
grade, Eva Leatherwood, 3rd grade,
Sara Margaret Burgin, 2nd grade,
Mildred Medford, 2nd grade, Marga
ret Perry, 1st grade, Mrs. Eva Price
Cole, 1st grade.
Claud Rogers, principal, 6th grade,
Elizabeth Henry, 5th grade, Mildred
Crawford, 3rd grade, Mrs. Frances
Messer, 4th grade, Eula Patterson,
2nd grade, Mrs. Annie Plott Ledbet
ter, 1st grade.
J. J, Boyd, principal, 6th 1 grade,
Claudia Boyd, 5th grade, Mrs. Mary
Lou Moody, 4th grade, Avis Medford,
3rd grade, Mrs. Estelle Setzer, 2nd
grade, Mrs, Eva Lee Fulbright, 2nd
and 3rd grades, Mrs. Nell K. Howell,
1st grade, Edna Boyd, 1st grade.
Nosvall Rogers, principal, 5th and
6th grades, Stephanie Moore, 4th
grade, Mrs. Carol Morrow, 3rd and
4th grades, Mary Rathbone, 2nd grade,
Mrs. Edna N. Terrell, 1st grade.
Herman Duckett, principal, 5-6
grades, Nell Campbell, 4-5 grades,
Mrs. Theda Garrett, 3-4 grades, Mrs.
Folks Are Ready
M i ' mil '
REV. C. S. KIRKPATRICK
The committee in charge of the
program is Frank Davis, chairman,
Mrs. Glenn C. Palmer and Mrs. Hugh
Gather Next Week
Rev. P. C. Hicks Will Deliver
Associational Sermon Wed
The Haywood Baptist Association
will meet next Wednesday and Thurs
day with the Spring Hill church, for
their annual associational meeting.
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, moderator,
The program for the two days has
been arranged as follows:
Wednesday Morning Session
10:115 Song and devotional, H. K.
10:15 Enrollment of messengers.
10:25 Presentation of visitors and
10:30 Report of program com
mittee. 10:35 Report of Vcligious Jit era
tule, Mrs. J. H. Haynes.
10:55 Report of state of churches,
Rev. R. P. McCracken.
11:40 Sermon, Rev. P. C. Hicks.
Wednesday Afternoon Session
1 :45 Song and devotional, Rev. J.
2:00 Co-operative program, Edwin
Thursday Morning Session
10:00 Song and devotional. Rev.
J. S. Hopkins.
10:15 W. M. U Mrs. E. C. Horton.
10:55 . Report on Orphanage,
11:30 Evangelism, W. M Gerald.
Thursday Afternoon Session
1:45 Song anil devotional, II. K.
2:00 Report on Sunday school, K.
2:30 Report on B. T. U., James
3:00 Report on Temperance, W. C.
Decoration Day Will
Be Held At Maple Grove
Decoration Day wilt be observed
at the Maple Grove cemetery on Sat
urday, August 27th.
Those in charge ask that all bring
tools to clean the cemetery lots, and
also well filled picnic baskets.
Roxie Noland James, 2nd grade, Mrs.
Ruth Moody, 1st grade.
Mrs. Grover Clark, nrincinal. 5-6
grades, Lucile Moody, 3-4 grades, Mrs.
Wayc Davis Boyd, 1-2 grades.
W. L. McCracken, principal, 3-4
grades, Queen Justice, 2-3 grades,
Hattie Siler Freeman, 1-2 grades,
Mrs. Elene Fisher Downen, prin
cipal, 4-5 grades. Annie Rovd. 2-3
grades, Ruth Allen, 1st grade.
Principal 7, 8, 9 grades to be se
lected, Emma Dawson, grades 4, 5, 6,
Marion Kemp Howell, 1, 2, 3 grades.
High School, 0. S. Rhymer, Junior
High, Carl Rhymer, Central Elemen
tary, W. C, McDaniel, Hazelwood,
Andy Ferguson, East Waynesville,
Alvin Hoyle, Lake Junaluska, Frank
Parton, Rock - Hill, Charlie Hurst,
Maggie, I. C. Mehaffey,
Bus No. 17, Troy Boyd, bus No. 6,
AIna Mehaffey, bus No. 5, to be ap
pointed, bus No. 1, R. O. Allen, bus
M. 3, Marvin Leatherwood, bus No.
15, Lawrence Jones, bus No. 46, Bob
Plan To Go Over
Due to a marked increase in adver
tising solicitations from many and
various souires, the merchants of
the community, in special meeting
here Monday night, voted unanimous
ly that all propositions on advertis
ing would first have to have the ap
proval of the merchants committee
before any would subscribe to any
It was pointed out that the fre
quency of advertising plans being pre
sented are now many times that of
a few years ago, and many of the
plans are not worth anything like
the prices sought.
All clubs, organizations, and groups,
are being sent letters by the mer
chants committee, asking their co
operation, and urging that all local
organizations contact the committee
before going into a matter which
calls for any solicitation of advertis
ing from firms of the community.
The merchants committee is com
posed of: Hugh Massie, chairman, R.
C. McBride, Homer Owen, R. L.
14 Land In Jail
For "Tanking Up"
From the police record here, it
would appear tnat tne warm wrau.
is driving more people to "tank up
During the past week, fourteen who
had taken on too much, were landed
in jail by the police.
Tuesday night, Robert Ruff, was
caught with two gallons of liquor.
His Dodge pickup truck was confis
cated by officers Downs and Bryson.
Tuesday night about ten o'clock,
two young men, engaged in a fight in
front of the court house. One named
Owens, was slightly cut and the
other a young man named Har
rell. The cuts were not se
rious, and Harrell was out un
der bond Wednesday morning. The
argument started over a truck, which
belonged to the father of one of the
boys, officers stated.
Burgin, W. K. Chandler, M. D. Wat
kins, Jeff Reeves, Emmett Ballentine,
and W, A. Bradley.
The Change of
Every effort will be made to carry not only a complete line of hardware, but we will get
the best that money can, and will sell at prices that will make it worthwhile to buy your
hardware needs here. Our slocks are new our service will please you, and our prices
will suit your pocketbook.
When It's Hardware - Remember Parkman
ANYTHING IN THE HARDWARE LINE
WE HANDLE TIME-TESTED
Paints and Varnishes
For Over 47 Years This Paint Has Stood the
Laqcaw 4 Hour Enamel
Laqcaw 14 Hour Varnish Stain
Ready Mixed Paints
Barn and Roof Paints
Durable Tractor Paint
Flat Interior Paints
No Changes Made
In Tax Rate For
The Hazelwood tax rate for
the coming year will remain at
$1.00. This was made possible by
having an unexpected balance of
$10,361 on June 30 of this year.
The adopted budget, calls for
$31,601,000 for the year, with $12,
255 going for debt service; $7,706.00
for general; $4,490.00 for water and
$7,150.00 for streets.
Incomes other than taxation are list
ed in the budget with $6,500 for
water, privilege taxes $150 and street
assessments at $700.00, making a
total of $7,350.CO.
The general fund requires 60 cents
and the debt service $1.00.
The board of aldermen were able
to keep the rate the same as last
year, despite the fact that $25,000
in bonds have been sold this year for
There are 4,361 general hospitals
in the United States.
COMPLETE LINE IN
List Of Woosley's Products
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Watch and Jewelry Repaj
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19 Depot St. (.; ;. (;oun
Test of Time In All Climates, A Strong
Of Every Can.
Stove Pipe Enamel
White and Colored Enamels
Bath Tub Enamels
Colors in Oil
Painter's Stock White
Para Leather Fnish
Para Leather Finish Varnishes, etc