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yifi-BylPAYAUGUST 18, 1938
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAIN EER
flvde School To
Open August 29th
RHration TTiTgin For High
School Set For August
22 and 23
-. .. ;., The Mountaineer.)
!:Z :, a report from the of-.
A tr,-j-.rict principal, Profes- j
'''' : c' Hanson, the Clyde school j
V .he 11 semester of the j
cn Monday morning,;
' i.:c scheduled to assemble
vCi-k. The entire school will
: ru n on the opening day in
j-iw the teachers an oppor
r.iaki requisition for books.
t.C. work will begin Tues-
"vn'.'CJ: are urged to attend
. ' '. lav sn that reeistra-
jn'j organization may be made
n-p!c',e a posMUie.
tU nuntary school a book
"Ve fiT supplementary readers
. ! Fr.t- the nrst ana sec
'.vs'the fee is fifty cents; for
fourth and nun graues
Cabe Calls Young
! Democrats Together
! For Next Thursday
Dave Cabe. president of the Young
Democratic Clubs, of Haywood county,
iits tui:ta me annual convention of
the organization to meet in Wayne
ville on Thursday the 25th, at the
Masonic Temple, with the usual bus
iness session, banquet and dance.
Urgent business to be transacted
will include the election of officers
for the county clubs, election of of
ficers for the township dubs, and the
appointment of delegates to the state
convention to be held in Durham on
September the Mh and itth.
The speaker and the program in
full wiil be announced later.
Go To Church Sunday
id for the sixth and
u .... spvi'niv cents. jn
,. iv'n i: i ti1- - , - - "
'i.; rxiuirvment this year in the
Vit-rwrv i-choel is the use of work
j,"fVr' a ttain basal texts. The
f ,.';i!'it;i. ,.f these books is from
-..fx u f-ftv cents. 1 he number 01
,h trVtrcise OOOKS ior eai.ii pupa
, iU. . 1 .1
' bt dt tt rmmed oy ine icacnci
Work hooka will als(
IVtnt.s are very kindly re-
diiV. OI K DOOKS w in aisu
be usfii n
i .w.iw.t. u'if h rno nfin
atSttll to u'-.o, "-v r-
lathits in support of this
Ttptiim ll'i lJ-e cuuiauuu ui i.it-ii
High School Registration
Jknday and Tuesday, August 22
!:!, respectively, nave oeen set
by the principal as registration
fir the high school. Students
Having qualifit-d as administratrix
jf t6f estate of J. H. Kinsland, de-
i , z ir . J VT
tiast-il. late oi iiayHoou uuuiiLy, rt.
ih;s is to notify all persons hav-
ir.f i-.ami-- against the estate ot said
ctctibwl to exnioit them to the under-
ipoi administratrix on or before the
h day of July, 1939, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
tovfiy. All persons indebted to said
X will please make immediate
This the 25th day of July, 1938.
D. E. Kinsland,
Administratrix, Estate of J. H.
No. "K-Julv 28'Aur. 4-1U18-25-
Set For August 20th
The annual Rhinehart reunion will
be held at the Hyder Mountain church
on Saturday, August 20th, it was
announced by Rev. I. A. Rhinehart"",
A cordial invitation is extended to
all members of the Rhinehart family
and friends to attend. A feature of
the day will be a picnic dinner at the
Rev. J. H. Gruver, of Klack Moun
tain, will preach at the morning ser
vice on Sunday. Special music will
be furnished by a group of children
ii om the. Mountain Orphanage of
wnieh Mr. Gruver is superintendent.
The evening service will be conduct
ed by the men of the church, L. X.
Davis, president, presiding. Both
these services will be inspirational
The pastor and family will spend a
week at Montreat attending the an
nual Bible conference and ministers
forum. All services are now beiny
held in the new church.
0. C. LANDRUM,
Hospital News COUNTY AGENTS
Mrs. J. E. Whitaker, , of Canton,
TK'uaal case, is itv.provi'ii;.
Mts. Ln:n:a Widit., medical -iase. is
itstir.g ;:iv re ,co!r.:Wt:.liy.
Mrs. V. ti. Mintz, of Cataller. op
erative case, is better.
The condition of Thomas Rathbone
i t'l i.bn ei, medical cae, is good.
Jack Moigan, of Candler, epetativ,
ci.se, is improving.
W A Y NESVILLE PR ES I) YTERI A N
may call to register from 9:00 nVlnrL-
in the morning until ,'i:00 o'clock in
the afternoon on either of the days
Since a number
have been added to the curriculum it
is advisable for students to tak-.. ad
vantage of this period of registration
to avoid both delav and rnniTwt in
when school opens on the following
Monday. The principal will be in his
office on these two davs to
student problems and to help them
straighten out their difficult ies. sn
they will be able to enroll for requir
ed courses without conflict.
List of Teachers
High School: Prof. C. C. Hanson,
principal; Miss Margaret Terrell, Miss
Anna D. Upchurch, Mr. O. C. James,
Mr. Ernest Messer, and Mr, Y. I..
Elementary School: Mrs. Hilda S. .
Hahburton, seventh grade; Mrs. Mary
B. Brooks, sixth grade; Mrs. Bonn:
F. Shook, fifth grade; Miss Sarah
Long fourth and fifth combination;
Miss Linda Haynes, fourth grade;
Miss Frances Leather-wood, third
grade; Miss Louisa Rogers, second
and third combination; Mrs. Ellen H.
Haynes, second grade; Mrs. Mamie
L. Seay, first grade. Miss Elizabeth
MeCracken, first grade; Miss Kate
Dr. Robert Peter Walker, Minister.
Did you ever seriously search lei
a valuable thing that was lost? Some
time ago a very valuable diamond was
ost on Main street, Waynesville.
Diligent search was made, but .so far
we know the jewel was not found.
In the golden text of the book of Luke
we learn that Cod is seeking lost
jewels lost men. The pastor will
speak on that golden text Sunday at
1 1 a. m.
Rible school at 9:45.
Morning sermon at II
Christian Endeavor t 7
We cordially welcome visitors to al!
services of this church.
J. R. Hardin, of Waynesville, Route
1, of viative case, is resting well.
Sjgarine Drown, of Lake Juna
luska, medical case, is improving.
Mis. Mary McClure, of Clyde, Route
1, .operative case, is better.
Mrs. Ernest (ireen, medical case,
is making progress toward recovery.
With the harvesting of hurley to- left in the sun too long it will
bacco getting under way in Haywood The weather is a great factor in dk
county there are certain points which termining the amount of time rwuuMii.
if observed, wiH help in producing for wilting.
tobacco of better quality. After the tobacco has wiltitf ll
Be sure that the tobacco is ripe should be moved to the barn or sheJt
before it is cut. When the tobacco in a manner that will not bi-jraw it
is ripe the leaves have a brownish The tobacco should be spaced, r ,
mature appearance indicating thai barn far enough apart to allow w-r
the leaves are grown. Often the circulation as possible. Ovvirrnwn
lower leaves begin to tire up or burn ing causes barn scald. As the tobacu.
before the remainder of the plant cures it may be moved close together
matures. In this event it is sometimes allowing room for tobacco which in
advisable to prime the lower leaves later maturing. At iill fiW vlU.
The condition of Miss Yirgilee
Biankeiiship, of Asheville, Route .'t,
opeiative case, is good.
Mrs. B. P. James, of Waynesville,
Route 2, opeiative case, is resting
and string them on wire or on sticks
with the leaves placed back to back.
This gives better air circulation.
When the stalk is cut it should be
split and put on the stick because tli!
gives the moisture a good chance to
evaporate from the stalk. The to
bacco should wilt before it is hung n
the barn or shed, This may be done
by either hanging the tobacco on a
rock in the field or by sticking 'om; ( nd
of the tobacco stick in the ground at
a 45 degree angle. If the tobacco is
air to have free eircultaion
"Crace Church in the Mountains"
Rev. Albeit New, Rector.
"Juhilee" Sunday. August 21st, l!)3,s.
A. M. Holy Communion.
1" A. M. Church school.
U A. M. Bishop Robert E. (iribnin
will conduct H special service of
I hanksgiving in commemoration of
the Diamond .luln'l,.,. ,, ;,..,.... ,., ,
I he foundation stone was laid exact-
. iAiv veais mm t .
Mrs. Nell Sorrels, of Candler, op
erative case, is better.
Miss Clara Brown, of Canton, med
ical iase, is improving.
l - -,-iir
nFc,c, nb. isc
3 lbs .......43c
Peaches No. 1 can 15c
Lux or Lifebuoy
Pt. can. .....17c
LARGE AND JUICY
LEMONS doz. 15c
No. lean 15c
An offering of two thousand dol
lars is urgently needed in order to pay
ofr all indebtedness of the Parish.
Everybody is cordially invited to
this memorable service of "Sixty
Years Memories;" thankfulness foV
the past and hopeful -'views for the
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CH I'RCH
Rev. Clot us J, Helfrich, in charge
of St, John's Catholic church, an
nounces the following senses for
Mass, confession and commun
ion. 11:00 Mass and benediction
Sermon text: "Rehold, God is great,
exceeding our knowledge," Job ;iii:(;
!y Messer, of Clyde, Route 1, op
'ftive case, is resting more comfort-
D. laine Waters, of Lake Juna
luska, medical case, is bi tter.
Fred .MehafTey, of Hazelwood, sur
gical case, is resting some bi-tter.
The condition of Ralph Crawford,
,'f Hazelwood, surgical case, is good.
Mrs. Will Maney, of Canton, -oper
ative case, is improving.
Charles Russell, of Wayliesvil
Route 1,' medical-case, is better.
Mrs. I.. K. I iake, of Candler, op.
native case, is resting only fairly
The condition of James Howell, of
Cfuso, suigical case, is good.
Mis. Charles M. McClure, of Mag
gie, surgical case, is resting fairly
Thomas Oats, surgical
FIRST METHODIST CHI IUH
Bananas 4 lbs. 15c
Mixed Sausage lb. 10c
on lb. 10c
Bulk Lard lb. 10c
esh Fish lb. 5c
Rev. James (,'. Huggin, Jr., Pastor.
Services will be held morning and
evening, the pastor preaching in the
mornincr and the service in i(, .,
ing will be united with the other con
gregations of the town according to
the summer custom. At the morn
ing service the pastor will take as his
subject, "Adorning the Doctrine."
The union evening service will be
featured by a program of exceptional
interest composed of numbers by the
Apollo Boys choir.
The following have been discharged
from the Haywood County Hospital
during the past week: Mrs, Julius
Ledford, J, C. Park, Elbert Mills, Mrs.
Ray liurgin, Mrs. Annie Hicks, James
Leathcrwood, Mrs. James Stanley,
raustine Howell, Miss Sarah Mas
sie, Walter F. Hull, Mrs. Abe Cope
and baby, Miss Margaret Stuart, Mrs.
T. C. Cogbtirn, Miss Winifred Clarke,
Miss .Ma rat ha Mills. Miss Mary
Moody, Joseph Messer,. Ha by Winifred
Brown, Edward Potter, Douglas Nail
Ion, Ernest'.. Dufall, .Master Jack
SPECIAL FOR SUNDAY
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Special Delivery Service Of Ice Cream To
Any Place In Town
Pet Dairy Products Co.
Missii, and Mane
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ball, of Ma-
trie, announce the birth of a daughter
en August the 14th. I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. lnman, of Can- j
toil. Koute 1, announce the birth of
u daughter on August the l.'tth. '
This week-end we will pay ixt
farmers the following rri- -
s. v. ii. v.
KQOSTEHS, ' lb. ....
EGGS, doz .23!
HENS, lb r. .US
FRYERS, lb. I3t
I5eans, Mustard and Squash
At Market Prices
And Produce Co
E. Waynesvilte Asheville Ro)l
Cnill. Yiikoiis Western, 21 lbs. 80c
1 lUUr Metropolitan, 24 lbs. . . . 95c
yUllCC Royal Arms . ;. . . ... ,27c
JU5ar 10 lb. bag ........ ...50c
SNOWDRIFlVG Ib. pail ... .. . ... 99c
WHEATIES ... .2 for 25c
1-1 lb ..2:c
iih,ss 1-2 lb. . .13c
(ireen Giant Peas
Dinner Plate or Cup and
My Whole Family
Loves To Trade
3 fr 25c
it viiii o uiapc JUltC qi
(it. . . 43c
1 Large Package . . . 20c
1 10c Package . . . . . . lc
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