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Monday Afternoon, Ausuit
r PACE TWO
TflE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Funeral services for Lewis Jack
son Rathbone, four-year-old Son of
and Mr. Carl Rathbone of
tWaynwville, who died Thursday
jafternoon in the Haywood County
(Hospital alter a long illness, were
jheld Saturday afternoon in Rieh
land Baptist Church.
The Rev. Ben Cook officiated
land interrupt was in Green Hill
Pull bearers weretharles Gaddis,
!ciay MeGaha, Boyce Cook, and
Kennel h Howell.
Surviving in addition to the par
ents aie one brother, Joseph Harri
son of the home; the paternal
;grandinother, Mrs. Florence Smith
of Wayni'svllle and the maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
C'agle of Hickory.
i Crawford Funeral Home was in
J MRS. LOCKIE WALDROUP
4 Funeral services were held in
Liberty Baptist Church Friday
;moming for Mrs. Lockie Davis
Waldronp, 32, who died Wednes
day at her home In the Spring
1 Creek section of Madison County.
The Rev. Roy Smith officiated
land burial was lit the church ceme
itery. j Surviving are the husband, Willie
;Waldroup; two sons. Bill and Jones
of the home; the parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley Davis of Madison Coun
:ty; one brother Clifford Davis of
Mrs. Lloyd Phillips entertained
with a miscellaneous shower at her '
nome on the Pigeon Road, last
Wednesday evening, in honor of
her daughter, Mrs. Wynn Alton
Booth, a recent bride.
Games were played and refresh
ments were served.
The guests incl uded Mrs. Booth,
Mrs. H. M. Phillips, Miss Bill Phil
lips, and Mrs. Tom Berry of Way
nesville, Miss Barbara ' Hoyle of
Newport News, Va., Mrs. Norman
Singh-ton, Mrs. Richard Mann, Mrs.
Pj'irhard Rogers and Mrs. Curtis
Rollins of Canton, Miss Lora Burn
ette, Mrs. William L. Black, and
Mrs Guy Wells of Bethel, Mrs
Bill IHirnette, Sr. and Mrs. Bill
Burnette, Jr., Mrs. Harmon Erwin.
Mrs. Max Burnette, and Miss Laura
Lou Burnett, all of Canton.
Miss Mildred Medford, who
has spent the summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W." Clark
Medford. left last week for Holly
wood. Florida where she holds a
position on the faculty at Holly
At The Strand
At The Park Thursday and Triday
Also seven sisters, Mrs. Lige
Fortner of W'eaverville. Mrs. El
bert Roberts of Clyde, Mrs. Lemmie
Roberts of Walnut, Mrs. Gilbert
Roberts of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Roy
Plemmona of Georgia, Mrs. Gla
men Worley of Madison County
and Mrs. Charles Rice of Detroit,
Garrett Funeral Home wis in
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turns tutliw for kit latest actios kit "Tlx
Kent Smith, Janls Paise, Viveca Lindfors and Robert Douglas
portray the leading roles in "This Side of the Law."' coming to the
Strand Theatre Wednesday and Thursday.
I Crawford Funeral Home
i Cram ford Mutual Burial Ass'n.
; Waynesville, Phone 117
Canton, Dial 3535
Funeral services wore hold Sun-
.i ft..- a Un lw., ,.f T tsif
llilV aill'MHlUU ill Hit IHM1IU Ul WilW j j
rence Whitner, Waynesville, Route bCCretariCS
1 for Carolyn Sue W'hitnor, Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Whitner of Waynesville, Route 1,
who died Saturday at the- home.
The Rev. Nando Stephens offici
ated and burial was in I'lott Ceme
tery. Surviving in addition lo the par
ents are the paternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Whitner,
and the maternal grandfather,
Glenn I'aiton of Luke Junaluska.
Crawford Funeral Home was in
To Be Given
At Parish House
A benefit supper will be given
at the Parish House of Grace Epis
copal Church, Wednesday, August
30, at 6:30 p.m.. by the Rector's
Guild of the Church.
Mrs. Roy Campbell, president of
the sponsoring group, is in charge
of arrangements and tickets may
be purchased from Mrs. Henry
Matinee Every Wed. and Fri.at 3
Two Snows Day Monday thronsh Friday 7 &
Saturday: Continuous Sfcowlnss from 11 a.m.
Sunday: 3 Shows, 2, 4 and 9:08 P. M.
TODAY end TUESDAY, AUG. 28 . 29
(.The Brand Of Grectness Is On,,;
I PARS! THEATRE
'WHERE YOD CAN ENJOY THE BEST PICTURES IN COMFORT
i SEATED IN LUXURIOUS BOD1FORM UPHOLSTERED SEATS.
! MATINEES SUNDAY. 2 & 4 P. M.
.' WEDNESDAY 3 P. M.. FRIDAY 3 P. M.
BtTimntv rnvTiwtTfii': rnnM it a m.
j NlGT1shbWS--SUNDAV-9 P. M., tt'EER DAYS 1. M: & 9 P
Visit Lake Lure
Miss Mary Sue Crocker, Miss
Hazel Franklin. Miss Jiniinie Watts,
and Miss Mary Medford all mem
bers of the Waynesville Chapter,
National Secretaries Association, j
uttended an informal week-end
get-together at Lake Lure Inn Sat
urday and Sunday,
Arrangements for the week-end
were made bv Miss Lillian Souther
Home Club Has
The August meeting of the
Crnbtrre-Hyder Mountain Home
Demonstration Club was held in
the form of a family picnic. Friday
niEht in the basement at Fincher
Mrs. C. O. Newell was in charge
ctf the program and the invocation
was given by Fred Noland.
Miss Joan liatcfiiTe was hostess
of a supper party Saturday night
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will
RatcIilTe in Ratilille Cove.
Supper was served at the out
door fireplace and dancing followed.
The guests were Miss Sara Jane
Garrison. Miss Rose Wumack, Miss
Julia Ann Stovall, Miss Billio Kit
iliin, Miss Catherine Bell,. Miss
Hotly Brown! Miss Carolyn Bis-
Wavrrvilie, Clyde and rural cem
miir.it k s vetted by the Bookmobile.
Tvvfi'y-one Lome Demonstra
tion Clubs- were visited by the li
braibn and 42 reading certificates
were presented to club members.
The Bookmobile travelled 5,902
n-n,,.- tn circulate 28.997 books
A nwetlng of the executive board j dljrillB jls first fun year of serv-
INCH MM( Of WHO IN,
tAtABARA WENCEU WAlTti
STANWYCK COREY HUSTOM
with JUU1IM AnlUtKcjUPl aim Kn
Directed b ANTHOM 1
of the Haywood County Library
was held Friday morning in the of
fice of Mis Margaret Johnston, li
brarian. The members present
Over 100 record albums have
heen placed in the library for cir-
Milntlon and 1375 records were
were Co!. J. H. Howell. Gle'rm; cnpc.ko( out during the year.
Palmer. Mrs. T. L. Gwyn, and Mj,.s jphnston reported that cash
W illiam Medford. I sifts to the library have amounted
Mrs. t. D. Fisher was named ,ir t(1 ep.! anf a number of books
the new Bookmobile assistant j. have'berh donated,
plans were made to resume thej s to t?le problems confronting
regular bookmobile schedule early ,h(? ib,.;iry Miss Johnston stated
in September. J(nat fne ,)(eds include more space
Miss Johnston nave her annual flH. nn adequate book collection and
report t the board and included: Uniir appropriation to meet the
the following facts: , minimuin service standards set by
The total circulation of doors,., ,,,H.an Librarv Association.
WEDNESDAY TFIURSDAY, AUG
nrcsidont of the Asheville chafer eiioii. .miss Miniey wae connatser
nf nprntarlf. miri Ihn nlPi t.'iH. : Saiiunv MiClui e. lUuk Atkinson
ment included boating, swimming.
Eleven North Carolina
MONDAY - TUESDAY, AUG. 28
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 00
'O PROUDLY WE HAIL
CLAUDETTE COLBERT, VERONICA LAKE and
THURS. & FRI., AUG. 31 - SEPT. 1
Dale RalclilTe, Bobby Setaer, Lard
Mi halfey, Bill Sutton, Tommy Gib-
chapters j son, George Dewey Stovall, and
1 Bud Buchanan.
for the year was 74.89R. (f this
number 31.438 were adult fiction,
8,660 adult non-fiction. 28344
juvenile Action, and 6.4.' juvenile'
non-fiction. Books loaned to schools
were circulated by teuchei . 11.
The book stock at present in
cludes 8,733 adult books and 4 filiT
juvenile books. 2002 were added
this year ami 24:! withdrawn.
Around 400 hooks were used hum
the North Carolina Library Com
mission and 117 were borrowed by
One hundred and twenty three
reading certificates were present
ed this summer to children in
According to these standards a li
brary should have a stock of 2
honks per capita and a service
luubut of $100 per capita. The li
brary here has 13 book with 29
tents per capita. Miss Johnston
made this point in shovHng why a
borrower often has to wait several
I months lor his turn lor a ciesiren
j She also stated that the library
jw.i.v forced to turn down a recent
! oiler of a large collection o books
i 'because of lack of space.
Head the Want Ads for bargains
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