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The Waynesville mountaineer. (Waynesville, Haywood Co., N.C.) 1925-1972, January 05, 1939, Page 3, Image 3

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(rSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1938 THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER Page 3 Here and ', There HILDA WAY GWYN that . . . and these un I write this paragraph . . . it is st day of the year . . ie o"i" f life and the passing of time . . e eve of a New Year . . . make alize how impossible it is to go if we did not do our best .. . 4- YtaA day ..vrt Ju". r.'-: t. can't undo it . . w"c" -0 voung -and care free . . . the J c ii.ri' mnnt.) is merely g 01 " , ' Mother year . . . wnai otiu . . . . i5 spared retrospective cohujih- nsi . , lur v" t backward . . . me is aneaa, mi krOUS . L down men nopes ... to fcrosaic routine of life . 9 i : k lot ot tne iiwjuiiijr U that we nave years. ... many of us in our zeal for piness . . tKe BUUI 1 tu. get lost in tne naze oi .living get off the broad highway of . 4 . that goes on with a kdy purpose , . . ana is not. itrated by incidentals . . u r all it comes back to the old iliar starting point . . . how je we liveai get us down ... or have we that divine spark ... that Lid be precious to the sunset bur lives . . . if so we may lge in somber reflections ... tout serious reaction . . . for hvill bound back to tne eternal and great mystery of life m hearts ... that keeps us for- voune . . . For moving finger writes; and hav- lg writ moves on 11 the piety and wit lure it back to cancel half a 11 your tears wash out a word it." newspapers . . . New Year's Day was just like another at the Mountaineer office ... no one thought of a holi day . . . and out of a clear sky around 5 o'clock . . . the boss in hat and overcoat rushes into the front office . . . and says . .-. "Mrs. Gwyn . . . let's stop ... and close the office" . . . the sports editor had left us some half hour before . . an unheard of event we needed no urging , . . you never saw such a scramble in the shop and office for hats and coats . . . then out on the streets . . . and were they deserted? . . ; the only people you saw ... walked as if they were in such a hurry they were afraid to take time to speak . . . all bound for a radio ... to listen to the game .v. to have our hopes sent Heaven ward hike sky rockets , . . only to explode in the same manner, ... Summary Of Weather Conditions, 1938 U. S. WEATHER BUREAU WAYNESVILLE STATION Harry M. Hall, Cooperative Observer Mouth H e Si s ft. S s s o o s e is o . as. o S 5: o ft. a. January 43 25 34 38.3" 62 4' 3.36 3.75 12 15 8 8 February ....54 33 44' 88.2 68 18 1.45 4.04 8 9 11 8 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Men." Bible school 9:45. Sermon 11. Christian Endeavor 6:30. Prayer service Wednesday 7:30. Julian S. Hopkins, Pastor. The pastor will preach in the morn ing at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. There will be no service Wednes day evening as all are invited to the afternoon and evening sessions of the "Preacher's Revival" at Ratcliff Cove Baptist church beginning Monday, January 9, and continuing through Friday evening, January 13. "Grace Church in the Mountains." EPISCOPAL Sunday, January 8th. 10 A. M. Sunday school. 11 A. M. Regular Sunday morning service, with the new rector, the Rev. Herbert Mayer, of Washington, V. U, delivering the sermon. March 61' 36" 48 46.4s 76 14' 5.93 5.05 11 18 10 3 April ..67" 42 54' 53.5 81 26 2.88 3.68 11 19 7 4 May ..73 49 61 61.4 85 40 4.64 3.98 19 16 13 Je just read a quotation from Buck . . . which has greatly at- d me . perhaps one reason is am so afflicted with the habit like to wait often to do things intil "I am in the mood" . . . or hirit moves me . . . but Pearl ;avs . . . "I don't wait for moods jou get nothing if you do that . . mind must know it has to get to work . . . a writer who has Von the Nobel prize ... must about such things ... .1 suppose ability to "drive on" regardless dividing line between the plod- bd the genius . , ... . At any rate lought has fine seed to sow .n year's resolution . . . . is interesting to watch a tier cat and her kittens and: ng had two families in my ehold during the past year . , ve made several observations the mother cat is a model in iierhood . . , up to a certain she never neglects her ren for anything . . . she lects them with all her egth . . . but when the kitten linger needs her . . . and has wn to a certain size . . . she pushes that cat out of her with utter abandon . . . her cherished offspring . , . is ly another cat to her . . . . . fi she eats with her she s for her share and seems to no connection with her re- ',4nship of a few weeks pre- . but not so With the Jan mother . . . her troubles tase with the size of her off- illy agree with Governor Hoey Duke Blue Devils in the Cali- Rose Bowl . . . made decidedly tgest story of the year in North fia . ; . and I don't base mv iuds- fcn all the publicity that North pa has gained outside the state have local proof . . that is as hug as all the space in the i P IT'S EARLY FORM THE WORD WU-SiB MEANT ONE IN THE PVICE OF GOD. ITS PRESENT WANING CAME ABOUT WHEN. riLlKENTS MET FOR A CHAT strive always to relieve you of uewiis when you employ oar . and we give you a written e m advance. Readv fnd day. YOU determine the Many a man figures that the aver age American is a fellow who worries this week about going to the poor house, -and next week goes out and buys an automobile. A wit has mentioned, seriously that the average man needs some one to tell him what to do. And all the time we. thought that was the reason ho got married. June ..78 54 66 67.9 84 46 3.67 4.12 16 19 10 July 82 59 70 70.8 89 51 6.88 4.60 17 18 9 4 August 87 60 74 70.1 88" 51 2.27 4.21 16 23 8 0 September ... 77 51 64 65.6 85 35 2.17 3.00 9 21 8 1 October 69 34 50 64.6 82 24 0.22 3.04 2 29 0 2 November 58 30 44 45.7 72 7 5.12 2.25 8 19 8 3 December ... ....47 24 36 38.9 59 11 1.71 4.61 9 19 6 6 Mean Maximum for Year ........ 66.3 Mean Minimum for Year 41.4 Mean Temperature for Year ......54.8 High for Year Low for Year Normal Annual Temperature Above Normal for Year ........ First killing frost Oct. 22nd .....89 .....4 ...54.3 ....0.5 27 Total Precipitation for Year 40.30 in. Normal Prec. for Year ....;.,:..46.33 in. Deficiency for year ...6.03 in. Total Days with Prec. ....................138 Total Days Clear 225 Total Days Partly Cloudy ..............98 Total Days Cloudy .......................42 Total Days Sun Visible 323 about 88 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH James G. Huggin, Jr., Pastor. January 8, 1939. Sunday school 9:45. Communion service at 11 o'clock, with the pastor in charge. Regular Sunday evening service. WAYNESVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The regular midwinter Communion service will be held Sunday at the morninsr service. Every member is urged to attend this service. The min ister will bring an Epiphany message entitled "The Wisdom of the Wise A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter now many rawui-uira have tried for your common couRh, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, you may get renei now wun r-juinuimuii. Serious trouble may be brewing and yon cannot afford to take a chance with eny remedy less potent than Creomulsion, wnicn goes rigiil w um avaij ui w- ble and aids nature to soothe and heal the intlameamucousmeinDraiieauuu loosen and expel germ-laden phlegm. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, try Creomulsion. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained. Creomulsion is one word, ask for -16 plainly, see that the name on the bottle Is Creomulsion, and you'll get the genuine product and the relief you. want. (Adv.) Eyes Examined - For Appointment Glasses Fitted Telephone 201 CONSULT DR. R. KING HARPE OPTOMETRIST 127 Main St. Wells Bldg. Canton, N. C 1L mm mm I V - St;u : i tJ.M - , r-'--, - - ' OFFERS HAYWOOD GROWN POTATOES U.S.No.1 10 lbs. 18c Being Out of the High Rent District, and Selling for Cash, We Sell for Less A FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER 25c Made By Some Leading Haywood Housewives HOME GROUND MEAL 10 LbS 18c 24 tbS 45c STRICTLY FRESH EGGS Haywood Products 28c doz. qIons lb. 3c Ihens iScjSUGAR 10lbi 49c PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE HIGH GRADE NEW INTERIOR OF STORE 25c SIZE GOLD MEDAL 23c SIZE HEALTH CLUB ' . . . m. m. n- i A mn LARD 4 SS m OA l b lc Baiiingrowfler jj AS FAR AS POSSIBLE WE BUY ALL PRODUCE, EGGS AND CHICKENS FROM HAYWOOD FARMERS 19c HIGH GRADE HOG SHORTS 75 Pound Bag $1.25 Kiln Dried SWEET POTATOES Pound . 10c Large Heads Crisp LETTUCE Fresh, Delicious FIG BARS TREE RIPE ORANGES 10c 9c Lb. 10c Dozen 15c BEANS Yellow Eye Pinto October . . Great Northern . . . . LARGE SIZE OCTAGON SOAP 6c 7c 7c 5c GOOD GRADE Plain or Self Rising 24 lb. Bag COFFEE SANTO 2 Pounds ....... . FRESH GROUND Loose . v. ...... 29c 10c TOMATOES LAND O'THE SKY PACK 3 No. 2 OES! Cans POUND PREMIUM CRACKERS Made By National Biscuit Co. 14c BOY BLUE PEANUT BUTTER These are but a Few of Our Many Week-End Specials. We will Save You Money on all Groceries and Produce. East Waynesville (Asheville Road) Pound FFV Said Soda CRACKERS ! ! 1 s Funeral Home 8c 25c 2 Pound Jar . . 23c rzz 371 Canton, N. C For

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