WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1931
HAZEL WOOD NEWS
The newly elected cnnstian en
deavor officers were entertained Fri
day night at-an installation banquet
held at the Presbyterian Hut. Kev.
0. C. Landrum had charge of the
program. Thr following officers were
installed: President, Miss Gladys
Stump, Vice-Pres., Mr. Rufus Gaddis;
Secretary, Miss Ruth Summerrow and
Treasurer, Mr. Paul Davis. A delight
ful time was enjoyed by all present.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sny
der of Hazelwood on November 20,
Miss Gladys Stump was a Sylva
visitor Saturday. i
Mr. R. A. Johnson died Saturday
night at his home near Hazelwood
following an illness erf several months
pmeral services were conducted
Monday morning at 10 o'clock and
burial was in Buchanan cemetery, Mr
Johnson is survived by his widow and
several children. Rev. M. L. Hooper
attended the funeral.
The Hazelwood Elementary School
will observe the Thanksgiving season
with a program Wednesday afternoon
at school. This program will consist
of musical numbers, poems, essays,
tableaux, and the like. The patrons
are cordiallv invited to attend. The
less fortunate families will be remem-.
bered by the school and churches.
(Editor's Note: The following
news was sent by our correspondent
for last week's paper but was un
avoidably left out, which was not in
any way the fault of our correspondent.)
,yew l our oeait"
Pnv physician wUi tell you that
"Perfect Purification of the System
is Nature's Foundation of Perfect
Health.."' Why not rid yourself of
chronic ailments that are uniiermin-
i- your vitality : i-umy yuur u
tire sy.;tem by taking a thorough
course of Calotabs, once or twice a
week for several weeks and see how
Nature rewards you with health.
Calotabs purify tha blood by acti
vating the liver, kidneys, stomach and
bowels. Trial package, 10 eta. Farm,
ly package, 3f cts. All dealers, (Adv.)
Rev W. O. Goode, pastor
Sunday School 9.45
Preaching Service 11:00
Kpworth Loiigue (3:45
K veiling Sermon 7:30
WAYNES VILLE BAPTIST
Rev. H. W. Baucom, pastor
Sunday School 9:45.
T. L.Grcen, Supt.
Y. P. U. 0:30.
Evening Sermon 7:30
CANTON BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. A. V. Joyncr, Pastor,
Sunday Scbuol, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. M.
B. Y. P. U., 0:30 P. M.
Evening Sermon, 7:30
Mrs. Wiiliani Alien and children of
Canton spent the weekend with her
sister Mrs-. (I. C. Sunime'iTuw on
Mrs.. Bur reel- is convalescing after
quite a serious illness.
Mrs. and Mrs. W. T. Lee, Jr., who
have been spending some time at the
home of Mrs. J, J. Stone, have moved
to. the Rinaldi Cottage.
MKTHOIHST CHI KCII, SOUTH
Rev. ( arlock Hawk, Pastor
Sunday School 10:01) A. M.
Morning Worship, 11:00 A. M.
Kpworth League, 0:30 P. M.
pleaching, 7:30 P. M.
SINGING MKKT HELD Kl'NDlAY
The West: End Singing. Convention
which, met Sunday afternoon at the
Hazelwood Baptist church was attend
ed by a large number of people. Very
good singing was heard during the
afternoon. Choirs were present from
various places including Bryson City,
Enka, . Dell wood, West Brothers from1,
Canton and Hazelwood, Oak Grove, i
Ridgevvay, and Hazelwood. j
JOHN'S CATHOLIC C1U RCH
W ay nesville, N. C.
Rev.' Arthur J. Racette, Pastor
1st. and 3rd. Sundays at 8:30, Mass
and Sermon. .
and., and 1th. Sundays at 10:30.
Mass and Sermon. ,
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
By virtue of power vested in the un
dersigned trustee by u certain Deed
of Trust, executed on tha 30th day
of December, 1926, -by P. D Turner
and wife, Mattie Turner, to John M.
Queen, Trustee as lecorded in the ci
fice of Register of Deeds ot Haywood
County, in Deeds of Trust Record No.
16, page 569 et deq., to secure certain
indebtedness therein set out and de
fault having been made in the pay-
...i. ..e il.. A,Y.1r V,orin secured, and
mem ui w ---- -
having been requested by the holder
of said inueoteaness to
erty to pay said debt, I, John M.
Queen, undersigned Trustee, will on
i-nd .y, cue loth day of Dec-, 1U31
ill LI1C liuiif -
4i.. nf Wnvncsvi e. (the Ala-
sonic Temple now used as the County
Court House,) at rz:uu uiwn mm
day, sell to the highest Diaaer ior
tht following described tracts or par
eels of land, to wit:
Being the F1KST IKAUi iiescnueu
in said Deed of Trust, being a part
of the Turner farm near Kaf mi
Cove, Beginning at a staKe ut yie
edge of the Ratcliff Cove Road, wnic-h
stake is at a point 940.5 feet from the
intersection of the Western boundary
line of the . 1'ritchard W. Ferguson
property and said Ratcliff Cove Road;
then running along the Western boun
dary line, S. 4 degrees 30 minutes
W 1888 feet -to a stake, top of ridgv
thence S. 75 degrees 15 minutes E.
15 feet to a stake; thence S, 27 de
crees 30 minutes K. 200.25 feet to a
stake; thence S- 42 degrees liv min
utes E. -117.'17-feet to 'a.stase; tnence e0Iltuihinj
running 5S. i" 1,w ' !l-v u"
and corner of No. 2; thence running
with line and lot No.. 2, N. 4 degrees
30 minutes E. 2256 fee1; to a stake;at
said Ratcliff Cove road ; theiue with
the a'd. road, N- 87 degrees 30 min
utes W 378 feet to point of ; Begin
ning, Containing 18 acres, more or
krV-. '., 'h dav of Nov. 1031 :
,TNO. M. QUEEN,
Nov. in-20-Dec 3-10-17 Trustee
PRESBYTERIAN MEN MEET
The men of the IVesbyterian church
held their regular monthly meeting
Monday : night at the Presbytjerian
Hut. A very good supper was served.
The business matters of the church
were discussed. Everyone reported a
Mr. and Mrs. John Little and
children, Fred, Frank and Dorothy,
spent the week-end in Spartanburg
Rev. R. P. McCrcken of Clyde was
in town Monday.
Rev. Orie.C. Landrum, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 A, M.
T. G. Stump, Superintendent.
Services 11:00 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P. M.
Junior and Senior C. E. at 0:45 p. m.
p. T. A. MET TUESDAY
The P. T. A. of Hazelwood Ele
mentary school held its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday evening at
7:30 with the president, Mrs. J. L.
Robinson presiding. Musical numbers
were rendered by Mr. Paul Frye,
Billy, Prevost, Paul Davis and How
ard Hyatt. Superintendent B. D.
Bunn was the speaker of the even
ing. He made a very interesting talk
on the progress and change in educa
tion and society in general over a
period of 2,000 years.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
CLYDE, N. C.
Rev. A. A. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Erastus Stamey, Superintendent.
Church 1st and 3rd. Sundays.
A cordial welcome is extended to
"GRACE CHURCH IN THE MOUNTAINS."
Rev. Albert New, Rector.
10 a. m. Church School-
11:00 A. M. Sermon.
The Rector is also in charge of St
Mary's, Micadale, St. John's Sylva,
and St. DavidVCuUowh.ee.
ADM IS ISTkA VOA-'N XOTICE
1 hnve been appointed administra
w nf the estate of Chailes .E. Quin-
lnn deceased, in place of Mrs. Annie
fl Ouinlan. resigned. Creditors who
have not exhibited their claims to
Mrs- Quinlan, should present them to
Vmfnre Sent. 10, 1932, or this
Hit Ull VM - 1
n toB-ether with the nice pub
lished'bv Mrs. Quinlan, will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery.
This 22nd dav of October, 1931.
JOS E. JOHNSON,
HAZELWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. J. M. Woodward, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45.
Preaching services at 11 and 7:30
o'clock on the 1st and 3rd Sundays
B. Y. P. U. 6:30.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:30.
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Mrs. (E. T.) Kuth
vtnv deceased, this is to notiiy an
persons having claims against said
estate to file same with me unun-
irned within twelve months Irom date
or this notice will be pleaded in bai
of their recovery. Persons owing sa.u
estate will make payment to the un
dersigned. This the 8th day of Oct. 1931.
E. T. KETNER,
Oct. 22-Nov. 26.
BOOSTER CLUB M ET THURSDAY
The Booster club held its regular
monthly meeting Thursday evening at
the town hall. A very interesting
program was carried out. Mayor J.-II.
Howell of Waynesville was the princi
pal speaker. String music was furnish
ed by Mr. Fred Lewis and his string
band. The girls making the highest
average in school in the grades from
the fourth through the seventh werej
guests. They were Dorothy Hamilton,!
Pauline Ray, Helen Rogers, Kerne
Rathbone, Mabel Wyatt and Sara
Welch. The two boys making the
highest average .in all the grades
were also entertained. They were Jim
Lowry Robinson and Jack Richcson.
Officers for the incoming year were
oWtj-l a follows: president Joe
Davis, vice president Lawrence Davis,
secretary William Chambers and
treasurer Mr. J. C. Fisher, A delicious
supper, carrying out the Thanksgiv-,
ing motifs even the Thanksgiving i
turkey and pumpkin pie, wa sserved
by the Baptist ladies. TheTe were 35.
A preacher of Elgin, 111., trying to ;
increase attendance at his service
hung out this sign: "A hearse is a
poor vehicle to come to church in-J
Why wait!" . i
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Rev. F. O. Dryman, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:45.
Epworth League, 6:45.
Dr. R. P. Walker, Minister.
Sabath School, 9:45, A, M.
R. L. Prevost, Supt.
Morning Worship, 11:00 A. M,
Christian Endevor, 7:00 P. M.
Mid-week Prayer service Wednes
day 7:30 P. M.
Day and Night
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
In the District Court of the United
States for the Western Disuicc
of North Carolina.
SUNCREST LUMBER CO.
C. W. DENNNG AND CO., et al
o'clock, noon, ah the assets and prop
erty of the defendant, C. W. Den
ning & Co., including all the manu
factured lumber of said defendant
Company situate on the y-rd n
Woodrow, North Carolina, of va
rinns kinds and descriptions, '.on
ed on the yard at Woodrow, in Hay
wood county, North Caroline, cr.--taming
by estimation Five Hundrc
Thousand and (500,000) fee
of manufactured lumber:
Also all the manufactured lumbe
of' said Company at the mill -
., J- ,t nA rjimiMM at Pif
ine varus m ouiu
eon. North Carolina, of the va;
kinds and grades thereof, cont
by estimation Seven Hundre
l housand (750,000) feet o, sai .
manufactured lumber: j
Also the logs belonging to said d'"
fendant, C. W. Denning & Co-, c'.thu
uoon the yards above mentioned or.
in transit, and or at any and all drop.
vards of said Company, as well at.
all the logs on the lands hereinafter
Also all railroads, railroad irons
and steel, supplies, cross-ties, rights
of way, railroad equipment, locomo
tives, logging cars, box cars, trucks,
log loaders, tools, and all equipment
of every character and kind, togeth
er with all personal property of the
said ('. W. Denning, located in the
County of Haywood, State of North
Also all camps, buildings, structure.;
and improvements of every character
and kind of the said C. W. Denning
& Company, located on the lands here
inafter referred to, or at any other
place in said Haywood county:
Also: all the right, title, interest,
claim and estate of the said C. W.
Dnning & Company, in' and to the;
timber, standing ov cut, on a boundary
6,088 acres, more.
or less, as conveyed to the C W- Den
ning & Company by Sunburst Lum
ber Company by deed and agreement
bearing date December; 1, 1027, and
rce.M-ded in the office of the Registei
Deeds for Haywood county, if.
Bool: 75, at page 598, et. seq., togetn-
er with all ana every rigm, i.ivi-
lege and equity of the said C. W.
Tin;r,r !in,l f'nmnnnv in and to sail
lands, timbers and property, includ
inir till onsflnipnts. richts of wav
Inhnvide nml plaims of said C. W.I
Denning & Company in and to said
properties and lands, as well as all
other of the assets of said C. W.
Denning & Company, situate in Hay
wood County, of whatever descrip
tion, character and kind the same
' may be.
On the date of sale the said United
States Marshal will require a de
posit of the sum of Five Thousand
($5,000.00) Dollars to be made by the
successful bidder to guarantee his, its
or their compliance with the terms of
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN
that in the event said sale for any
satisfactory cause shall not be con
cluded on the above mentioned date,
that the said United States Marshal
may adjourn the same until the fol
lowing dav. or days in order that
the bidding may be concluded.
NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER
GIVEN, that the said lumber, tim
ber, timber lands, logging railways,
equipments and other assets of said
C. W. Denning & Company may bt
inspected by prospective bidders and
all persons interested in said sale,
upon the yards and grounds t,t said
C. W. Denning & Company and prem
ises above described, and that full in
formation' will be furnished the said
prospective purchasers, bidders and
persons interested, by the under-
Buy and Sell Through the Mountaineer
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On a::d cflcr December the first I will place my
grocery business on a strickly
Business conditions make this necessary and at
the same time will enable me to sell you the same
high qualitv groceries, fresh meats, and produce
that I have in the past but at even greater savings
and at lower prices than ever before
I want to take this opportunity to thank my
many customers for the patronage they have
oiven me and I invite them to continue to do
so and at the same time receive more for their
money than ever before. .
Boyd Avenue Grocery
E. C. MOODY, Owner j
Phone 140 Boyd Avcnue j
Tn nroruv r.lVPM that
pursuant to a final decree entered by -the
District Court of the United representatives, upon application to
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Iortn Carolina, m aoi"-"vi "
Let Us Plan and Print Your
Printed in Any Color
Commercial printing of the fine quality. Book anc
special ruled work. We print anything from bu,
Iness cards to 30 x 44 sheets, and the price t
right and delivery made on time.
SATISFACTION OR NO COST TO YOU
Waynesville Printing Co.
Lessees of The Mountaineer
Waynesville, N. C.
the 2nd day of August, 1930, in a
cause pending in said Court entitled;
Suncrest Lumber Company, Plain
tiff, vs. C. W. Denning & Company,'
Defendant, at law, and in obedience
to an execution issued out of said
court in said cause,, I, Brownlow
Jackson, United States Marshall, for
the Western District of North Caro
lina, will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder or bidders, upon
the steps of the Court House door in
Haywood County, (at the nresent
time in the Masonic Temple, situated
I Waynesville, 'Haywood county) in the
Western District of North Carolina
on Monday, the 23rd day of Novem
ber, 1931, at the hour of twelve
North Carolina, at Asheville on the
third floor of the United States Post
Office in Asheville, N. C.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN,
that the sale of said property under
execution will be duly reported to
the Judge of the District Court of
the United States for the Western
District of North Carolina, for con
firmation, within ten days after tbc
date of such sale.
This the 21st days of October, -1931.
United States Marshal .
By JAMES PADGKTT,
Deputy United States Marsha,
J. E. SWAIN, Attorney,
Oct. 29-Nov. 19 Asheville, N. C.
One cent per mile in each direction for distant
150 miles or less. Good for , transportation J
coaches only and to return prior to midnight
date of sale.
To All Points in the Southeast
Fare and One-Fifth for the Round-Trip
On Sale Each
FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY
To reach original starting point prior to mWnif
Tuesday Immediately. following date of sale.
Take A Train Ride And Visit Your Friends
"Safer Than Staying At Home"
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