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Volume XXXVII. Number 15
Wayne8ville. Haywood County, North Carolina, ThurSlay, April 9, 1925
$2.00 a Year in Advance, $2,50 if not bo Paid
APPLE ORCHARDS Rapid Growth of GRACE CHURCH
OF HAYWOOD Furniture Factory EASTER SERVICES
THE JURY LIST
SPRING TIME IN THE PIGEON The Waynesville Furniture factory The Easter Festival in "Grace The Haywood uoumy Board of Ed
GAP ORCHARDS. . is doubling its capacity for the placing Church in the Mountains" will begin UCBtion took office on Monday, April
and operation of machinery, besides ut 7:30 A. M., when the Recto.- will itwj; unH is now n,,wm nf the larKed tnelr maln furniture building
For one who has an eye and a mind building an enormous addition to its administer the Holy Communion. Ap-'faiijn,-. i T uailev T Rnwn I considerably and are now building a
for such things, no other landscape already substantial building. Its f)oor propriate music for the Eucharist will smathers F W Messer Huirh J llBree new home for theil Kneral bus-
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can De iouna in naywouu tuunij space win be approximately eu.umi be sung by the vested cnoir. Sloan, R W. Howell. Each for
wnich so stirs me Drain as ine one square leet when the newly added Church School and Bible i:iass will term of tw0 vear.
The Unagusta Maunfacturing Com- Jl'KOR MST FOR MAY TERM OF
pany f Hazelwood have recently en-J (X)URT.
opening up before the meditative way- '15,000 .square feet is finished
farer as he starts down from the sum-1 Resides this addition to the main
for the foundation. This large furni-
jture manufacturing company has tcv
lerai heautifnl designs in hnri-rwnnd
' (..i.j e.i...4.., a ..:l it mo- i
There spreads out an expanse on the main floor of the plant next Love Mitchell will sing: "The Re-' , "u,"''-' ""' "- furniture of the highest grade. They
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imrvi, in mc I aiiau nuiiac 11 n n. .ti. ,, . - ,
The Rector will preach at. eleven - , ...
rn.ii f Pi. P.an townr-H Wvn.').,n. '.,,.. '-.I I, P.. .k. ;. l.i -""" '"r ...im u iy win uc
Waynesville ,Sa'm Plot,
,.nhi.i -n oivoniiii .Coble. M. H Gaddis. C. C.
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on the ground and dirt is being moved v " "'"M",
Jerry I.iner, W. H. Underwood, J. M.
Heaverdam J. D. Israel, C. B. Witt,
W. P. Cab. ). E. SUmey, Ed William
of apple orchards nearly a half doz:n to the railroad is nearing completion, urrection," (Shelley.)
of them, under separate ownership-
lying so closely together as to appen
to be one single vast orchard.
First the traveller passes by or
rather through the orchard belonging
to Truman McCracken. Next comes
the orchard on the estate of the late
Col. R. P. Johnston, the largest one
This will add much to the efficiency Evensong with address will be he'd
of the management. This company at 8 P. M.
manufactures only one type of room The Sunday school egg hunt will be,
furniture. A complete bed room suit at :.:30 Monday afternoon on the
of a very high grade. A new design ' Rectory lawn. !
is now being prepared for the New, '
York furniture display. CANTON WEEK-END NEWS.
This is one of the most prosperous
at 8 P. M. in the court house at ,r,anufaceure only the very highest
RATCUFF COVE ITEMS.
As a rule the fanners are very well
up with their farm work. Corn land
about all ready for the harrow, oats
most all sowed, some grass and clover
of which there is an unusual crop lie-
Mrs, i rank Ferguson am Mrs. . . .
" U'fr anu-di Vi'f t,i hi' limn
ley. This orchard is more widely ty and under guidance of the princi- Clarence Miller or waynesville, were ( jjs lt)inj(n of our ori.h.lr(iNl
known as the Hoggs orchard. Then pal owners, .1. W. Reed and Alclen 1 sIcc:al uosts t Wl'rk,v Civitan that the early fruit has passed through
comes the Graves farm and its or-, Howell, Jr., men who have been at luncheon at the Imperial Hotel last thp co,d wi(h' serhus damage
chards. Off to the left of this farm the head for many years, the outlook Thursday. Mrs. Ferguson presented Tho w(u,;U fro ,ooks vprv ,,,.,.
.. .. . i-i. , . llho nmltnr nf nriifllnn iti ni'.'li if wot.
lies the orchard now owned by Mr. I . ongnirns wan tne years. i-- .. . Kin wth pr0lJent prospects
be an unusual crop thi.s
Mr. Black who comes fnm a day. Mostly shipped to the Eastern , 1 uu,,l al ". 1 ""-'.e.
and the pioneer orchard of this val-. manufcturing plants in Haywood coun-
A. Black and known as Sunnycove or-j The factory averages one car load CHn"' ,ne U'uiulary ot llaywooa (heu wj))
hard. Mr. Black who comes from a day. Mostly shipped to the Eastern uu,ll i i umpire. i.n.-. n.v.e.
Charlotte acquid ownership and look Markets. The payroll of this mallu. xwnea y me iiyiWSvnir luk (.()m i,nit v 1, , ir-st n-i e,l
possession of this orchard early last factoring company means a great Jeal th".v are giving the other prom- ' ' ' 1 P
, . . ., ... ... ... .: . ..a: ment towns in the conn tv the omor- ll"vuKn an epimniu oi coins, nu, gup,
lan. Ann up tne mountain slopes "uiuy ami us euei gi-Lic j.ii-,
nvn,i M,- PUv nro h m-r-haivU cials are all men of foresiirht and al- tunity to help erect this arch
belonging to Mrs. J. K. Boone. I ways on the side of progress in all niembers of the Civitan Club perceived
On down the valley are an number of things appertaining to the greater th wisdom of this progressive move
smaller orchards belonging to various upbuilding of the land of their, and appointed a committee to
k... .u. c. : n J adontion ami home. i confer with a committe from the Can-
iiictiii ltci s VI t"C i lautia LtMiiiy aim - -
M ETHODIST CHURCH.
As nearly as can be arrived at with
out actual count, there are in this
immediate orchard section approxi-j the Waynesville ,e
mately 20,000 apple tree and nearlf nj)ye(1 privilege of hiring a
all of bearing age. merc and tual preacher
Every single one of these trees is than Dr. Gilbert T. Rowe of Nashville,
ton Woman's Club and the Waynes-
I)R. GILBERT T. ROWE AT THE vil,e club and have P"""'3 thir
SCHOOL HONOR ROLL.
-pj mumps and a few cases of scarlet
fiver, but at present all are about
well, except Mrs. W. H. I.iner, who
has been quite sick with un attack
of flu and grip, which very nearly re
sulted in pneumonia, but at present
seems slowly improving.
'Mr. Elmer Palmer is the proud
father of a fine girl which came to
his home recently to abide permanently
Prof. R. O. Edgerton of the Waynes
il!c High School and Miss Pitts also
grade furniture, mostly bed room suits
Their product is shipped to the large
eastern cities and during the past few
years their furniture has been in such
demand that the plant has doubled
and thribbled and has added several
hhitt.s of skilled labor, etc. A very
large and most up-to-the minute pow
er plant is now being installed 'in.!
lie ready in a few days. This power
plant is about rive hundred horse
power capacity and will enable this
furniture company to increase the ef
ficiency of their work and make it
possible for the steady manufacture
and output of several carloads of
furniture per day for a number of
All the furniture products are man
ufactured here in their own plant
from the raw timber fresh from the
Ora Co Kb urn, I V.
Blaylock, .1. It. Har-
Pigeon J. T
Cataloociut I). W. Caldwell,
l.oekman, Huston Sutton.
White Oak- W. L. Messer.
Jonathan-- C. S. lcatherwnol.
Finis Creek Hugh 1'irguson.
C:'iti-e J. li. .lame.-, W.
Wayne ivilic- ii. I.. Queen, W
McClure, George Plott, M. T.
Cracken. E. T. Uuckett.
Pigeon- ('. li. Evans, A. It. Cook
Ivy Hill Hryan Medford.
I: i.n Dull' - H. C. Chambers.
I!eaerilain Jack Thompson, I,
Russell, W. .1. Ball.
Fines Creek K. T. Arrington.
Junatl.ai: - I.. H. I.eathei-wood, 1. J'
virgin forest into the most beautifully i ".V1'-
and artistically designed femmedl
Fiench and American oak or rualiojTC-
dining rcKim i r
i representation of haywood
at cfllowhee state normal
ny vanet red bulfet.
bed room smts. A ,,.. illK WiLS can0d April 4. 1925,
One of the most interesting sights (f th(, (.ukiwhee Sutc Normal school,
is to M-e the varnish sprayed into the CuI(lwhee N. (-. At this meeting it
turniture bv machinery or to t.olo'WHs d(,c.i()(M Ut organhc a Haywood
the process of smoothing the wood- rountv club. The following mem-
K oy sandpaper belting until it nas t1.
tiSvmf n.j.ii. n,. TKii. a teacher in the hiirh school, twi.l mir J "-"'s u beis of tne club:
v --v ; . . - . . the most beaut fu and natura diss ... . -
i u-st' - luwa nynw, ncit'n pnin
Inei ... . ... , ,.
er. Aiucir ami ro,vtne lerreia
Clyde; Haxel .Smathers, Chloc PattoB
and Ei a Hooker of Canton; Olive
Wooten of Jlenson Cove; Opal Reeves,
a scrrarate and distinct power plant. TVmv w, i. Pnn,I,tin Case. Frances Freeman. Elizabeth school a visJt recently in the interest
A hydro-viUI power plant it might the Methodist church. H i m.J-1' .R. - XJreon, Martha Way. - " the townjhip commencement which
becaUed. Every one f them MS more "f vrid. exrwrlenre nH haR 111 nm. I Willard Francis. 'J" set tor April 24th and expressed
. 1a J I f i f .1 y 1 thptrtAUiKuo miioh iilnaeml uritli
wonderful than any or tne hydro-eiec- f the pulpit of the largest churches "-"ceu i orUe--wmer . ,,.. . . thj m()deln ma,.hinl.,.yi ctc- js
fri. nnvni. nlnntja V null nf nnw.n- Kte Jm-m.natln. XTk r'-: HE. ' ' v ' ' 1 '... irn niiw inr v ' n
' I1' ' I' " ' " "" . ma u.iiuniiiiaMVii ill iiwi Ui. i i.llll'.
ilavc ThprA ie mum that in unnnlved. A mwaamt It, to Ilia oJItni. Kr knl
of the very .finejit wood finish.
morkmanship and skill of the :n-l
tists in these furniture factories with
w ine inie est ninniie ied ano ine wh k , , , ,, , , wooien o Jienson i nvo; ipai neeves,
velous to behold and the system, etc. ,. , . , , D
.Second Cade-Richard Carswel, that was ne.ng done on the part of am, of the (t,sinols treda Hmher and Mr. Tom Reeve,
" 1 iiwviu, ut ii " IHUlfllH' illHI .illin
that is mystery in the organiza- Methodist Quarterly Review, and only Samuel Carswell, William Ray, Rob- t'tn " "C'ers and pupils. I he scnool (..lbim,t makers
m . r on nnlo tree o mn Ac- oi.,tii(.. - a rt Stnan 1,, F.llen MilW '-s ver.v enthusiastic ana much inter-
..... ....... .... ... . m- - . .. i. fm. i... r.. ii r. est i n heinir manifpst.eH over t.hp tnwn-
than there is m tne largest and rinesi ion, ana scholarly attainments w ever, iniratraae ineima nussen, itosa. - w,s, to witness,
hydro-electric plants. A hydro-elec- honored by this editorship. !lyn Ray. Uuisa ThacVston. a,"' '' p an.i.n g e.au-
trie plant produces only mechanical Services are held twice daily-at Fourth Grade Edna Gan-ctt, Elea- "rlue P'-paiuons w neip mane tne
energy. An apple tree is potentially ten o'clock n the morning and at ror Mock, James Harden Howell,
productive of human energy, human seven-thirty in the evening. Tuesday,1 Fifth Grade Chalean Turbyfill, Or
tiaol l. flimicyl.f fniilim iinrl pmntinn WpHnoaHnv Thiirotoir ami FVirtav of- aldine Rriffirs.
.. ' ' i... i'u. r u I civil rJ. rk.rl n,...n .which is very much needed and was
. j - " i I V-A- Vliffl a. o ItUOOVII.
greatly appreciated by the citizens of
patience and ariety of the designeis
rs is one of the most
interesting studies that anyone could
of U'ikc Junaluska; Edna Fergutan,
Esther Boyd and Messrs. Roger Ker
iguson and Fred AJlison of Jonathan,
commencement a real success
Our county commissioners have been
company has increased until now it is
at least $6,000.00 weekly. This meain
much not only to Hazelwood, but to
and in a certain sense capable of con- ternoons the women of the four circles
tributing more to human well being of the church have held prayer meet
than any hydro-electic outfit. That is ings, which have been well attended,
one line along which it is interesting These will continue throughout this
to contemplate an apple tree. Viewed week on the same days
from that standpoint hww interesting
end inspiring busines the occup.i- sensational features, but at each scr
tion of an apple grower.
H,.,.l.l..fU l ... A. I I. S I II
having some work done on our road ' , A Freda
. . iv. i.. i n-vust aim vnaiies e.. iui'iian, .. ..
the largest stockholders, and nirna-
'and Jack Turbyfill of WaynesviJle
I The following officers were elected:
.Preside tilt. Jack Turbyfill, Vice
President, Hilda Haynes, Secretary
Fimlier. Assistant SecreJanr,
Esther ltoyi. Treasurer, Edna Ffr--
RE4L ESTATE CHANGING HANDS the community.
Thousands of dollars have recently
The meeting have been devoid of any Ranged hands on Main street in prop
erty in the new reaJ estate boom in
vice the atmosphere has en filled Waynesville. Dr. O. T. Alexander has
But consideration of the just per- with His Divine presence. On Friday purchased the hw.ft home on Hay
formance and production ami the fu- evening a special service was held for woou s". consme. a,x.ion
;k;i;h ,.r v oinnn on. the vounc neonle of the twn. It was around $15,000.00.
mil; puniMuiiiijia vj . mwv - . - . - -- -
Yours for success,
PORTION OF IEFXN(T N..WS
PAPER PLANT SOLI).
I.eaksville. April (. The linotype ma
chine in the defunct plant of the Tri
City Gazette of this pla.e was sold
lot next to the Baptist church. This lul'' "y
by Mrs. James R. - 01 Nt'w
Boyd. li:cl(ler was t .
Dr C. H. -M Howell's large urioV "'' tlu' A,'"1('
Mergen thaler Liimtyjie
York. The smve sf.-l
J. nirlington. manager
Printing Co., ,!' S"r:i.v,
, . ... - ...... ,oii .nmj.i aA mK. r , ' Mr. Kruckler has purchased the
pie ;trees not mating in , , ;7" ' " u.wk property and also the va,t Thursday afteriinon under mortgage
inueea. iiie cuiiiiiici i iui wiuhhm -
On Easter (Sunday momhiir tlu
a i a i ii. 1 u., hahiAw; of tho church wlin hnvp not. Iippii ,nt was owned
niUSt peOIHV. rtllO VIIUL rtiiit:, mat
aspect of thp subject permits of .some raptizetl, will ho administered the rite-
i : c ji . nf hnnt.ism anrl rhos;p wVin Vin-w maflp
Just what the ve mn n P-feisions of faith will be received store and office building is being P". L..S.:,0 for a machine that
Just what the ave age annual mo- ut-of-town nartv .00O last October. The sale i
duction of those O.OUD trees, more or,"11" , - n, ..... i, ,,, nt . .
i : Th,. neonle of Wavnesville are cor- who desires to invest m a large hotel "P. howeAei, because of a :n.
less, nas oeen is uiiiicun lu ainvr ,u. - - . . - - - I,wl(r.i K.. i. mi..
In fact at this time is impossible. : 7 '"vitcd and urged to attend'" Waynesville. this proposition has h Kl lv ( h. .Mclv
However from the best information Lhesr meetings.
obtainable it appears to bare exceed
ed somewhat five bushels per tree List
year. That means then approximately
gers are ever ready to promote the
growth of this section and the peopi?
of this community owe much to their
foresight in establishing this large
industry which means so much in'
giving employment and making it
possible for the great upbuilding of on ,
county. We were hospitably shown
through the whole plant by Mr. Rufe'
The visitor to the l'nagu.ta .Mann '
Program Co mini tie. AnnM
Chloe 1 'at ton an4l ileli-m
.not been com; -'.etc-d as yet.
100,000 bushels produced in that small
sunny nook in the mountains in one
season. And that also means that
MR. ROGER MILLER OF ASHE- WAYNI iVILLE LIBRARY.
VILLE SPEAKER AT THE RO- The anmt , meeting of the di! fetors
TARY LUNCHEON. of the Waynesville Library has jj-t
On Friday noon the members of the been held, and looking back jver t- e
Rotary Club held their weekly lunch- past year, the board of directors l'e- Is
enn nnil meetinir nt The Hreen Tea thnf nn tho uihnla il line hnun ..i p- i.n!
those apple trees caused approximate -jRoom- The Rpocial featurp of the oc. vear and they are ,0()kinK forwa,(l to
claim of having equity in the .n!i'(
plant. Attorney A. W. Dunn repie
sented the linotype company on t!:
T rrell, Eia Hooker and Opal Reeif.v.
They al.so appoint Mr. Alexande-r
a member of the faculty, a program
critic and advisor as they expect to
give some spirial programs.
Thinking the people of Haywood
might be interested in knowing how
their county is represented at tbrs
ereat insti-tntimi the f.illnniiitr in.l.T
facturing Company is impressed by otne,. 0n-K,t, .
the friendly spirit and communitv j
into. est which exists between employ 1 K'. .e,. busine-s manager 'or
cr and . mnlnvrr a, thr plant. The'.e.'"" 1 ',,ll: u'iini Ijl"-:"'-v Sl"'"''' 'f thf
is a noticeable nb-e. ce of fr.VtM.n an,.1' U,ft "! Thl' 'uHowhee Vo.Irl
' ii Ji'Hiylnl, eenrii. nf the CoJm,j.
lean l.ieiaiv Society.
Freda Fincl.er, social editor fur -he
; European l.iteiar.v Society nf the Cjl-
the mechanics with whom the writer
talked were stiong boosters for their
factory and for its executives.
I no success ot the company i -haps
as nuich due to the "system'
ployed all over the place as tu
other one feature.
as- r taut
manage., for the European Literary
Society of the editorial tall' of The
asphaitim; main STREET.
ly $100,000 or more to circulate in ".nd
casion being the talk made by Mr. the coming year, determined to da
i t x r .. 1 . 1 : . n .. i . i
arounu aim our oi ,oat i.tt.A, :.c.e R Miller, manaeer of the Ashe- their utmost to keen un hih stand-
let the ., ii. ri.o.K.. r rn.m..,A ...1..,. i j : i .i . .
.me vim.iruri " . v umiiici nuunv a I II UC3(IHC LIIC laLl bllttl. blieil llIIUIli;!
subject was the Development of West- are low, with no immediate help in
cm North Carolina, through the work sight. The running expenses of the
and publicity of the various organiza- Library are perhaps heavier than the
tinni i n t Di-naf ol in ninotvco ft- in o c , ,J ; , . .,,,U1,' A :. 1
... .c-um.b iiuunc aim jt js with ,
o ftnlanllrl toll M t V n nrnnHAlii i.umvi Ll H : I 1 ! J
m "(nviiu.u wm, "' n"uc"m .ioi.. uuiing uiii pmiiiiiug is necessary
near Waynesville. Do not
impression be made that the apple
trees alone and unassisted did. They
required the attention of a high de
gree of human intelligence and skill
along with the expenditure of a vast
The city of Waynesville has taken
on the appearance of being the bus
iest city in Western North Carolina.
Hundreds of laborers, plumbers, en
laying asphalt, connecting water
mains, etc. Quite p bit of building,
painting, etc.. has already begun this l-awrencc Walker
week and several delapidated old fire Plott; Pigeon, M
The following are the tax
lor each township in Haywood Coun'.,':l
Waynesville, ('. U Miller; Jonathan.'
John Howell; (ataloochee. Jarvisl
Palmer; Biaverdam, Ceo. Hampton;!
Cecil, (). S. Sizemorefli Crabtree, !
Ivory Hill. John I
H. H. Carner;!
Edna Ferguson. Prm-tn
Freda I' lnclier, Proctor
II. member rf Mulmt
traps are being torn down.
EAST WAYNESVILLE SCHOOL
First ;rade Paul Cohard, John
Prosper- eVhite Oak, Mrs. Dee Clark; East Fork, , Ferguson, Edward McElroy. Allien
; Thomas L. .Michal; Iron Duff, Manson Turner, Bruce Leatberwood, Roy Un-
amount oi numan energy and norse : tu .;wii;tin r .. . ..i. . , , :
However helr , . . w .v- Ui i ri-r.A. i t n t.i 1 1 . (. Mi.iit I rary; l lyde
... mc ..i. ... by a man who by virtue of the po- plenish the books often enough to1
i.re! wA-.c u.c iiiuwa., vue a. 4ltjlon ne noldSi knowg his' subject satisfy the home pe.mle, and our sum
And now every minute of these fine most thoroufrhly. It aroused great mer guests.
spring aaya ana nignis. too, nm interest amonr those present, there tw wnt nla , .k the annronchimr !.,.t;,.
three months or more of rest, of a beinK in attendance 24 RoUrians, five to understand that the directors are The Democratr.- primary will be
dormant condit.on. everyone of these Ruesti among whom were Dr. Gilbert doing their best to make and to keep held in the court house on the twenty
thousands of trees is ceaselessly T Rowe of Nashville. the Librarv such lnat the toWn ftfth of Anril on Satuulav.
pumping gallons and gallons of water . v . , , well be proud of it. and mnv fus.lv The election will take place on Tue--
uptnrougn u,e.r counuea. p. An spraying in tne pirn. mat tuey consjdor jt f . . day. May 5th.
Medford; Fines Creek, Charles
W. S. Byers.
J. R. ilipps. Supervisor.
There is quite a bit of talk about TO .MAKE THEIR HOME IN WAY
derwond, William Calhoun. Bess
Freeman. Ruth Underwood, Floa
j Second tirade Harri.t ; Howell,
James Piilmer, J. T. Russell. Myrtle
Fourth ;.ade Kate Calhoum, OI.
'la Utidenvuol. Anna Phillinx. Kll
N ICS VILLE.
Dr. and Airs. F. M. Leflar of Cas
tonia, N. C, have moved to Waynes
vine where they will mak the: ;u- May .Mcelroy. Clarine
ture home. Jack Kelly, Ruth Duckett. Katherva
Dr. Leflar has openid offices over Queen, Dorothy Gates, Marie Plott.
tne water noun in solution mineral are spraying wnn a onute solution oi . , ... tu i . Tho rei r,,,0,,i ,j f .,
elements which the ravs of the sun lime and sulphur just as the pink tips " a, . ' i' w'" , i ow J 1 "T , Aitxantier s rug Store in the tele- Sam Stnngfield, Mildred Galloway.,
transmute into blossom and leaf and of the petals are showing. This Is I J. " ,at;r f .lt'n the. y J' I anW T Sh Iton 'hne bUi'iinK "nd ' ' " Benr,"al "'Uh uie-Uora Underwol,
finaUy fruit. CerUinly this business the spores of the scab. Some put in Cha""man ( """ M- Lse who r b ine men ' ira;t"" '"he Chiropracto- art. Mary Pau.ine Plott. Marion RusselL
of apple growing, taken a in all. is this solution the poisons for coddling M formerly of Way- Honed by their friends, ll ZZ 2 IIT Rut wZlJX
a .nose marvemus periormance .or a motn ana nicotine or "o.acicieai .o nesville, spent several days in town mayor, Clvde H. Ray. R. M. Leather-1 The Carolina Mountaineer ., !, .h.,!,' M ini,!. rh ...n '
thoughful mind to dwell upon. for the apple. this week. Mr. Howell holds a re- wood. M. T. McCracken, J. R. Morgan 'of ,he Sen J7 Z i t !ll-tn , P, V
Vnr a mnnth nr mni-o thj nhoi-.to M-vt tl. ,iu i. ru. ....... ... l"e citiAns oi in s conmunn t- Se . eluh tirade Anna J. P ott. Mar,
position with tne R..e. am .ionn t. Mass. ,i j.. i i . ..
h.. ivnitiot, ou. .,;,. l j. ,.! ..! t... . .. ,. I'"'"" iij welcome to tin:
'"" " "ki- i' 1 uic.-n Kimic, miu inimn morgan L.umDer uo. ot providence, rv: aldermen: lapt. C. J. p. Ed-'arrived citizens
duced by the barrtls of lime and sul- ingly beautiful in bewitching shades R. j. He was en route home from wards, Bonner Ray. Dr. John H.I J
nhur solution applied while the trees of pink and gre?n. For everyone who Floriday where he had been on basi- Smather.s. J. P. Francis. D. A. Howell. The Community Club wJiU meel
were yet in dormant state. ho'ds commuAiion with Nature in her ncs3 for his companv and stopped over Ernest Withci-s. M. H Reeves. W. ' Mondav afternonn .it . 3::!0 in the ',,r.,
newiy tha St ri)iTllrciV, Elfzlabeth leather
wood. Jlniy Duckett, Edgar Swayn.
The meetirg of the Woman's Cluh
This week the orchard people arc visible forms, a trip to Pigeon Gap for a short visit to his parents. Mr. A. Coble. James Atkins. Jr. and J. H munitv Club rooms. All mmheU .-. will i, ,i .;
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and Mrs. D. A. Howell
urged to be present.
account of church services.
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