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Volume XXXVIIL Number 37
V A MiSVILLE. HAYWOOD COUNTY. NORTH CAROLINA- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21 1926
; S2.00 Year Jn Advanee. S2.50 if not m Paid
- of Schools Here
Mr. L. Brogde State Elementary
School Supervisor, spent two dayi in
the county this week visiting sonie pi
the schools and meeting with -the
teachers iu their group ' meetings.
Together with HiBS .Virginia James,
County Supervisor of Schools, Mr.
Brogden spent some hours at .Bock
Hill and Bethel on
day, at which there
tion classes 'in tile
cussion in the afternoon.
morning hours, the teacher from the
schools composing the group attend
ed the demonstration classes and ob-merce,
Rousing Rally in t How the Trlpple , Meeting of Y'
?: Macon CoiintyJr A Really Helps- Federated Clubs
Bel'eve Way nesville : on Eve of Feix Alley Urgea Return of Dent-
Greatest Real Estate 'anil Build
ing Boom Ever Known. '
The outlook for a continuation of
steady growth' : and ' development
. cratic Rule for Prosperity '
l . ' ' Sake. ' i
(Special to The Mountaineer.)
- ,. fa ' a
Miss Birdie Dun, State School
Service that will re-'establish a Th annual meeting of the First
car owners faith - ip his . greatest District of Women's Federated Clubs Nurse,-has been at work in the county
pleasure use of his car shouud be 01 North Carolina was held In the for the past three weeks and will
the goal of every agency related to Methodist church of Franklin on .continue for seven weeks longer.
motftrdmri arid if U th Hnfw fha September . 30 Wfth- the 1915 Mc Her work is amnnir th Rchr.nl rhil.
Franklin,. Oct 16. Speaking at mnArJ t ifc.t ' .... Dowell. Club and the Rtndv WnK. ..' droit In tWw.w. .
- -r s " . ' ' - , . V MWM , liU 11V UlUMii . , ' - - - -w rf r " w fJ vl MH
along industrial lines, real : estate,' . x .. . wwuw ue"lr';i vantage" Is taken of this attitude 'oh nesses.- There were one! hundred nation and" advisement as to health
street and road paving and building, j81 Macon county, political n"1- the part of . manufacturers, service -nd sixty-eight, club members reg- matters and the inspection of schools
. ... lrtafiul t Ilka I l.': fl- -'fi .... .
, to .sanitary conditions, she has
visited schools in Cataloochee. Fines
Creek,-Crabtree, Jonathan, Ivy Hill,
and :. BeaVerrfam fawn.Mn. V.
ers, Real Estate, and Secretary of d stoW rights. ' - ; ' Motor 'Club, who de- Hfn. Pifent of the made a careful survey of the schools
f ,t. w . n . : m TTa fiaw1oinH ihof tliA twin trait varinn - - " 1Q1R MaMawaII fl,vk nM J . vr t. . 1. i ... .
oi we,waynesviiie vnamoer oi wm- . r--t -v e,arM that unlimited
. . m 1 ! 11 1 iJ , IV lllir I lUB U1R A VCT1MTK KIlIIllIllSLI BL1UII. . .
uonaay ana .ines- aunusr : wv mu wwiwr kkihuib - - - - " j stations, ..garages and automobile 1" v" "'"""s peiea oy
were, demonstra: in -Waynesville and vicinity t pi,-. jrnviu vj-w clubs, , ,? ..4-,;v.r;i.,.. ;Vv -.... sjnging .tue v.'o Women's hymn and
morning and dis--ceptionally bright in the opinion of lna . jMinocrmw wnnmgn- ,, .vv Jg the oplnion f w p &hi repeaunjr e club .collect In concert;
. Dnrino-the Mr. E. L. Withers, of Bass & With- UB,UK "f ' "1KU u ,.A'..i- ru-i. w Ij ln welcome aaaresses. were made by
of power in , Washington under the
served the work in the school at the
group center. . In. the afternoon, the
teachers met in convention "and dis-
"LIZ ZT- W : McDowell Club, and Mrs. No- she has visited. nHrin . t-
. . , . ... . vule bloan, president of the Studv laoh, r c
Withe,,, one of-WaynesvilV. rS1? 2t? i " ZT'- 7. gw' " B"T T
..progW.iv.civic,le.deni-anl ? fSTV fhe cmb -.hd sS Si slmilii .-1 From the report, thu. far handed
perhaps' 6u "mos optimistic ' youn "JZj JL. ,1 1 J ly affiUated with' the American Au-' 1 - f .' m at the office' of the superintendent!
cussed various phases of class room business men, returned , last ' week tJ is aiming. - . AIIen' cirman of th th, following Information has been
work.- Mr. Brogden . was present 'from a trip through the Northern fentr8zed' '0Un?,m"y-l8'y committee,- was not fathered: -
the meeting ' Stafa .nrf ftinU. H. wltl. IV.' 11,10 8n?. '' -f w- to .b-prmnt, bat -Mnf her-re-' '
1 7--- not An vrh h hna a MnxuA1 mon v-wwu, tfcv.siv.j i'caouta vuia , . , . . , iuiiiucr oi Cniiaren PYfttTllnorl HKi
T'""..:.., vJ country." says Mr.. Shinman. , "but: f"- ",tu w" w r w f. . . . '
declared, citing the'-Jewish, Greek' when, it runs out of gas, or a , tire - ' ' . .. , W5; teeth 630; nutrition 179.
and Roman peoplesv as prophet Wow ottt "hen one Is dressed In his "V" -ppo.n ea tne louowmg 0ther dfecte noted
are cases of
and addressed the meeting,. " States and Canada
The following schools compose the land Mrs. W. H. Liner, and Mrs,
Jonathan Township group: - Rock Hayes Alley made the. Goodwill
Hill, Cove Creek, Upper Cove Creek, Tour to represent this, community.
Liberty, Hemphill, Maggie and Dell-1 Mr. Withers stated that the busi
wood. There are seventeen teachers ness of the realtors in this vicinity
in the group, and all of them deemed ' was greater in September by a
much interested in the work and large per centage than of the same
have entered into the plans of county 'month vlast year. October busness
w . . pnmmiTTOM' Nnm nstmn Ammrf
warnings and examples. , , j oes c,0tnes, or one gets tuck in a -diseased eyelids, styes, crossed eyes,
. He declared that a restoration of ole or a similar minor mtsfor- Sj M s ' - ab-
the Democraticpartyj. power, was ZZn- "tKi '
noTPdsnrv tn atAV off this OaHITeP " ' J w - :.. rx t . r'
rf - i . AiNiiimiicB. mrs. ij. n . nrnwn
the sUtes " back their haPPinew
.. ,,a;,, riht8 under the constitution, and "Here is wnere the automobile drews, Mrs. Frink Johnson of Frank- what to do in order to
; utner group center meetings mas; -rr"-- . w.-v noted under ,th? Wilson admlnlstra re . tne moments wnen a motorist Black of Bryson City Mrs. J R. lvinK "er all the
nave been new wis fail uttum-rTy- "" tion. He paid an eloquent tribute to neeas neip most, for unaer sucn xhomas of Waynesville ' Mrs Ford to carry out
consisting oi tne scnoois- oi rieen. .-. -"" WAatnrn Nirth Carolina and her at- circumstances, na is Iltted east to r;: . c ... '. . 'V; . . eratn in .nlrin .
Cecil, and East Fork townships; Aus-jthe year U18" ever known bpfore,
tin Chanel, made ud the schools of Mr- Withers believes. Numerous
Beaverdam township; Crabtree, the 'inquiries are being received from out George Patton, banker..
schools 6f Crabtree and Iron Duff; U1 wwn.peuiiw pir.
Fines Creek, the
Creek and one inWhite
meeting for Waynesvilli
scheduled for October
endorsement that is
the State pro
1 1- -B" uT
tractions. , , neip mmseii. A telephone call brings r.roofl- f of the health and sanitary condition
Mr. Alley was introduced by him gas without the necessity for a ment of th) Blue Danube Wa,t of the school children and school
kAMM Potfnn Itanlrar '"'' Hi. Inner waIW. mnVin fl Honnaif nn a rnn .... ' . ItAndA In a-X x.
K -r.v ... most artistically rendered by the "v"c m u"ty- ;
; .. HELD
......ntii - v v" double mini-tot nf tha IBIS Mnnroll . ' . ..
school of Fines Bn umoeroi mese loucs cOMMUmxit CLUB ,Bniiw"; r carrying an awkward, can and r,uu mi? tf' T ' MV7.t7t7n M AND MRS- LYNCH ENTERS
sTIW;f .?nmnR . mer Wayne . ,f , . . ' , then, turning arouud to return ,to,a,MPh; w,fl"; wiZT-7hWrv TA,N. O1! SECOND ANNIVERSR
e towtfshib isj Ylue ;an1 f . tiw.ttett -.u "" """.BilBg.iUttal. ' ' " i i 3 ,owhe' 0ctWr 10th,-Mem-
29, 1926. V " jttome, ne said.; .-. - oi -we season was party "Often a motorist is In delamma ' ' ;V.WI'u7- W of the Cullowhee. Normal School
I A recent survey of buildinir activi- the members of the community wud fo wv.ther ,t w tn taka , " ' """ T' "L "T .' faculty and a few friends nf th
TO BE ties in
- . . " " - . in rR . . n h ri t
waynesville, Mr.- witners """"" "'chance on ruining an expensive suit nutria I.
iimmnnitw m.oa Jnl(t. ..n.. .... .
jr,icoviiic, viiuioin . ciiance on ruining an expensive sun District is our stats nnlrlent' num ' ra"uuj enter-
. states, shows more building in prog- The party was given at we awran by . tire 0- t0 -ui- iexDBnaive , ' .... tamed. Friday, October 8th from
; ress nere at mis time oi year nan i - r". .tire by driving v on a lat to the the First District feel .that she, be- A JU- we npme or
""-H'o tr,i .A.-.int.ynen, in nonor
m?5iwet service ; station or garage, longs t0 as In aysp-eclar-way.
. 'l.AtllB. nrliAA A1AUAHA 11 . . . -. . , .....
The Rotary Orwopae&cinie 'wilKever Pigeon
1 heldVtweMetdlsti chureno telephone call sun- Mr. -mk. i.wj k,ifl a. of the 8econd anniversary of their
BBtaraay, .vc,tuur.i.9ra. -:-.ri thjnmcowook forvtb near sTAiter.-aui.'-uw guusva. - piles a simple answer.
aDiea rsiuent oi xi.aywKn coiiiy jturev'(f , thi seotion. - vje 'pointed the iadiest served a oounwui sup.- Theae ,are trym, momehts for a ral' courage to belong to a woman's
is .Invited, and orgeA t6 .Xer ffy Bsi.ount pff-e, te per,.'.aftr,-:wnich.- an-oM.-tteie' ntpuxt moterist ' and it is the ,aim of the club, but who have made 'possible
have been many enpp, m,ttuttr.i j, he're the-wer . dance was conducted in the spacious mot6l club to make them lesg and the splendid club work that is be-
iy wno nave o,u ueueuu uy turoc velopment, together with the splen- rooms;about four, sets dancing at ess trying all the time. The pop- ing done today- The state presi
history of club work when ft look' mm"Vi "V!"! We gUest
did recent additional payrolls and - once.
Several of the guests gave ularity of the automobile is growing dent showed how closely related our
they were isked to register thnir
names in the anniversary memory
book. It was Quite interesting tm
note that several of those present
had recorded their names in the-
are mor WhO may. nnlitl manv nam ;4icrtt.u, fnntnrp rlnir dances durine the ur. J. iJnY, wnrlr i'q nrith urnrt nf
LOCAL OODMEN TO MEET the advent of the'pdwer: project. . V course of the evening and the guests ing" more .efficient and -tremendous heme arid the . community, , and .how .e., y D00K.Just one ear aK on a
bUVAli YW 4 . mfVoiut onmnil tile niWH Dm for 1 1.!.. I. .V. -1..L :l.l: . irroat n f.xtnV womon',' V,..,n Similar OCCBSlOn.
v-v -i - g-cMiia in utc emu iiiefii-ucrsni! O.LK --v"" " v.wo " " Thp nlp f
marshmallow roast. , , , the, reason for. , this more -extensive
bten in developing not only a . local Pieaure 01 tnp evem"& WS
There were about sixty guests nnA ffooti but a state conscience. Mrs. McKee B"Jup in tnt re-
There will be a special meeting of
of the local Woodmen of the World
Mr, George T. Knight and Miss
o iiu ciieuvive oervite. - - .. . . . . . . ...
nl-imprl it the t-' s.i.5 .u: .... rlospH hBr m.rk nth ..v.n .,,. ,BU"K 01 peasant reminiscences and
nuv ,,, luiniaiiiiiif LiiiH nee serviL'e to ----- . ...... - 0 . ,.
. ... . . .11 iv. t. v... contriDuti
t--i 1 1 . Vi..l nn TIT Tf o TirPttPTIt
nere r naay mgnt, uctooer o. yy. x. jgaoej p0Bte- marrjed in fhn . . - f """, m. .. . . . "
Grogan, Jr. of Brevard, district. man-: Jm,JJiJ most successful .affair of its kind member, it is the clubs panose to Ifest.ons to all club members, but
attend this meeting,
be present and make an nrday evening at . 7:30 o'clock, Rev.
Ul members are nrged'to w'-W - p,v?m-. ffi-f; -rt.
ever given- in Waynesville.
ing rare bits of wholesome
The special feature of enter-
i ! i . i- . . .1 PHrprial V tn nlnh nrABincnra lot
give immeaiaws renei to tne mem- ",- " " . jainmpnt. wo hrif n,.
ber's disabled car. if nossible within Vote yourseir at the coming election . t. lL " s , " '
TELEPHONE COMPANY WILL
present were. Mr. and Mrs:
W. Porter, parents'of ,the bride, Mrs.
MADISON COUNTY HAVE ROAD . . ' RnA PO tht verv wnmrt In vmir S1StIn'
T.M ...nm unity imiium aiier aiiiviiijf io viie - Piann p Bctinn h,. M;o
James . -MEET. ..... ..... mmnnit. .t w-i- n.itv, 1 lano selections by Miss
Truit, 1 N. C, Oct. 9, 1926.
sisting of, the., followin.tr numbers:
by Miss Daisy
D. T. Knitrht. mother of (ha
irrnMnnATD simn.l?lN8, ... ..,'.. ' ' suitor wuyiiesvuiB muui... .
. - ' ana Mrs. w. M. Kobbins. After the t . wrftitifl. vour naner to say r .T.
at tne roadside,
scene oi trouoieo memDer. snouid " " FmnVHn- vnnoi ,in ,,.,-ti, i
i , , . . . . . miirht and main for the lpeislativp rranKlin voca solo with piano ac
the trouble be serious, reciu rine mll ana main jor tne legislative . , .
unhAMo nnmno nxr iT rnii niarnur.. r . .v - . : . t
.ry J Mr. and Mrs. j. x. West, Jr. oi Bancombe counties on Saturday,
has volunteered to ehnng the Belton, S.C. are spending their hon- 0ctober 23rd 1926f and this is nn
ringing machine about eight o clock eymoon here ,fc 1Greea Pasture8.- alI c.tileng of these
each night. A new ringing machine the pretty summer home of Mr. and counties to be present and take part
has also been ordered.. x ,Mrs. G. E. Horton, of Atlanta.- in the move for . road from
It seem? that the ringing appara- t The teachers of the Balsam school ,niriiia nf l.ipcpster Forks
tus in the telephone office interfere attended. Teachers meetng-in Ashe- 0f Sandy Mush Doggett's Gap and
causing static, buzzing, etc. ., I , Mrs.
serious, requiring . . . " . : MmMnimmt W uru. n.;. c
parts or machine labor impossible P-f- '.Star?ef8l voal sZ ai dW nJ'
the car will be , .. . ... Kather n Rraum Tho i-f.m(.
unanty and weuare. 4tn, use your --- -
inflnpnc to RPpurP h .irht mnntL consisting of brick cream and cake
'cerenwhy'the bridal party returned tw th- will be a road meeting of " we roaaswe- tne car w,u De charitv
Mr. W. L, Lamkin, manager of the to the home of the oom in" Balsam- S!!!.; wed to the nearest garage free of "ty
th!. itUtriofc. ' . . ' . wie tiwn oi, uuu, Knn iiiiiuence io sreuic an eigne monuiB , - w. ., . --
r,7 i Zl rrZ 8cho1 fr the entire tate. ' 6th, Add Bf v Dy Misses -""pth and An-
gurages m North Carolina to serve . division of Law Observance nie Br0Wn wcre very much enjoyed
members of the Carolina Motor Club. , neW a,vl81on 01 Law UMervance
to your program. 6th.. Interest .
. . vnnrplf in Inninr rlnh. 7th TTao -ine. louowmg were present
freely the various departments and ehare the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs,
DR. G. D.
Lynch and to. express to them best
wishes for their continued success
and happiness: President H. T.
W. E. Bird,
Mr.- and Mrs. N. Coward. Mr.
committees in our organization.
Dr. G. D. Green broueht into the It was with great regret by all
j U.r TGt.h tn KnnwillB Tpnnpsspp. . . . , that. Mrs. K. H. Wilnnmsnn. ststA
J.-R. Giants,, who has , been tm. mnt !. fmm SO tn 40 miles ... , . , , chairman. of Districts., was not ahle Hunter' Mr- and Mrs.
A soon as Mr. Lamkin heard about away for some time, has returned tw . This . ww u u. uVm. meet witbnjL" Mrs'." Rufua Mer. r-v " " N. Coward,
it he was eager to co-operate with to Balsam to spend the winter with meeting will be addressed by James P So f wpiehed fourteen state, corresponding secretary, , and and Mrs- T- A. Cox, Mrs. , Caroline
the radio fans and has given orders her daughter. Mrs..R. J. Bryson... ,StikeIeather. Congressmen Bulwinkle Mrs. Duke Hay, a former, president BarkeKan"a8 City, Mo., Mr John
to change the machine that causes! Bom' to Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Reece, and Weaver, Representatives. Harry 1 w iv Z ot ' " Fiwt District' were both 'T D "' Posey, Mrs.
the interference. k( , " , . iThursday ,the 14th, a fine son, Lester Net,ei PUto Ebbs and .James R. 6Ver See"' 6y wCrc present and gave us a word of greet- own Miss Annie Brown,
The telephone company "offidfals' of ' Heliry! Boyd ind .11. others who will. There. del,C,0M ing. . , . . , Mr- and Stillwell, Mr.
Waynesville and the operators,,. are . .Miss Eaye Bryson left last week win u dinner on the ground, meet-J ""NATIONAL BROADCASTING The follbwing clubs gave full and " . I8, . Brown- M'sa
nnumiallyxcoartoons '.-and.', acconuno Vo. teaclTachooJ Clayton. ,-. faj open' u 0tciock,. Oct.. JSrd; and :. interesting accounts of their ac- "on" "rown' f1188 Ka serine Brown,
dating. This is " appreciated very Miss Allie TBarnes attended the the people of Spring Creek, Meadow' The long-expected has happened, tivities during the past yearrV The: . tam. T"'. -Jf ,-EIe""Pr-much
by the ' citizens, of the omr : marriage of Mn. Hoi-ace Gibson and Fork and all near by citizens are The National Radio Broadcasting Community Life Club of , Cullowbee, a ,ne' M'8S. ps'eBowen, Mibs
fMiss taye league -in Haywood to bring out dinner so we will Company has been organized, accord- The Young Matrons Club of Bryson ... , ' " "v""""
county Saturday' night. , be able to feed the people! And ing to an announcement by the Ra- City,- theFortalgMlyClabf tSyWa.-'".- v.f"-"!.. ",8f ' .aJl,me-
.Miss' Kate Rickards was the guest everybody is invited to be present. dio Corporation of America; in or- the Woman's Club of Andrews. " ,7 83
A MUTUAL PROPOSITION
of Mrs. 'Anna Dock at Balsam Lodge -
last-week. - .
Mr. Eugene Ensley, and family of.
Encouraging . progress ...has,, . been
mde in electrification of more thany
cording to the National Electric Light;.f (
li.iu.iatinn1 inn TnAvimiinrjil wnrlr .
Mrs. E. ,W.. Kent was here several
. JASPER EBBS,
One of the ' Managers.
ATTENTION D. A. R.
Association; and experimental work
f. On .tafa. li.i alintt,n that tha ftrml
er can use ' advantageously many 'ay? 'as- wf .,
tinies the current required by 'the
average city family. . ' v " . f
The electrical , industry . stands
ready to deliver power to the farmer n-,.
at reasonable ; rates, provided the easy
turner win maKe use or it in quan- . C .U i ... .
titles that will both help himself i Profanity by Command. Washing- Mrs. Alford Brosscau
and show a return on th,e,.public ton,-f AP)r-Thv Navy Jepattme'nt I J Ort Saturday, October thirtieth '
utility's investment in " rural . exten- announced lale Thursday' hat , Mid- f ' nineteen, hundred twenty-six
sion. ' j, 1 v " - ',--r r shipman Earl Blair Zirkle of Kansas,'! 1 .' .. at one o'clock ,
A better understanding of rural who declined tn accent" his- commia-1 ! Asheville Club House for Women
r : o :i 1 , r:.
j- !j. .1. :i-l. t I. T 1 I Ai.ts r imumj utuxHi, ;il5a
gi-ams fori, all parfs of the United son Cityj-the Woman's Club of Can- -e"l M'8f: ' vf n.na C'oyd'
States. , ton, the Civic League of Clyde, 1915' ft,sy fa" -..IS8 ary
p.is '...t.' ,t th- ht : nu,l!. McDowell CArA ' nf FnkHn Wrt., Feagans, Miss Alice Benton,
ty, and adequate broadcasting made man's Club. of Murphy, the 20th Cen- ary "An!ie
The following invitation has been available for all, is the objective of tury Club of Sylya, Woman's Study .nzaDetn Martm, M:
(received by Dorcas Bell Love Chap- the new organization the best ser- Club, of Franklin, Civic League bf 0,'"n w.u "r"-'u". Auen
4.. . , . 1 1. ..i.J ..... . . . . .. .. ..r !1, ; it . - 1 ' ' . ' . i i i I, ii ..m.,
ier,., memutra mkwus vu bllciiu vice and the heat sets brouirnt witn- y aynesviiie, me woman s - iiuo oi tt.i
J. . . . i . -. . - . .--.-,..., . i viie-xittu
of One Per Tpnt.
Anything to Oblige'Do let me will please j notiry -as- requested; by jn-the reach of all, end free ' from aynesville, the Sulgrave Club of Grapes are said to be a large crop
! vour enarairement rinir.". !..'' i.Oct.:.22nd:- . ' .: monnnnlv ii, HUcHminatinn. Waynesville. The Contmunity Club , -. ..
"Snrrv. . T'va lust wtiimuMt ' if' ' The'' Edward Buncombe . Chapter It l, , n.am ht. ft.a.um Amnt of Waynesville. ' . ' . " ey are
, ...... , . . . , .-- - t . - J-,,- . .. pientuui enougn, some of them may J
vi nut, if von're rpnllv lcpan T n ' , : v U. o. U. A. K npprno tn ha rpalirpn' hv nthpr form A most bOUntllUl and annetizinif t . . .. . . : :
mnke it up again." Punch. - . of Asheville " . ' .0 'electrical service, such as light- luncheon was served cafateria style. M,ltpi-' T-iLii.,e l- Ur
PL : t mi t
Tl ..M.-l,ii Pnxirlmt Rixunil ... rh vniuiiicie i cn.Ki liu.
Three of. .the biggest ,,-radio., nd bysinging America. loiiowed. by . A-Monopolist.-
service by both the farmer and the sion recently, has changed his mind, '
utilities will undoubtedly hasten the and Secretary. : iWilbur has directed,
building of rural lines. .To this end, the ' superintendent , ' of the ' Naval ,
extensive 'studies and surveys are Academy 'at Annapolis to swear.
being made in all parts of the country Milwaukee paper. ., ,
- Luncheon f 1 per capita.
R. S. V. P.
Mrs. R. L. Way
20 Austin Ave.
Asheville, N. C.
littlo tnllnor Ipff
electrical organisation geniuses head delightful natrumental solo by Miss charge, of his tiny brother called
the National Broadcasting Company,, tyarguentej Smathersdf Asheville. but. "Mothir.'wonlt ydu please speak
Inc., which invites competing manu- InviUlions were received from the to baby? He's sitting on the flypaper
facturers of radio equipment to following clubs for the next district and- there's a lot of flies waiting to
make use of its facilities for render- meeting: the Young Matrons Club get on." The Open Road. '
ing better broadcasting service to of Bryson City, the Fortnightly, the , t . . ; .. .
the public. ', ' 20th Century, the Woman's Study Strength in Numbers, The Kiwan-
I . . . 1 Club, all , of ,Sylva, the Community is quartet of twenty voices is having
Subscribe for the Mountaineer ' (Continued on anotlier page.) splendid rehearsals. Kansas paper.