THURSDA Y, DECEMBER la
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
answer or demur to the complaint
of the plaintiff filed in said action or
I the plaintiff will apply to the Court
I for the relief demanded in said com
Thi; the 2nd day of December. iV.A
W, G. BYERS,
Clerk Superior Court.
OSBORNE FAMILY REUNION
A family reunion was he'd at
Clyde, November 22, which brought
many of the descendant.-: of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. O-borne back to the old
home place there.
A picnic was serve': ..n the lawn,
perfect fall weather prevailir.fr. A
general good time was enjoyed ' y -..
and all throughout the day.
Those attending from out of Hay
wood county were: Mr. John Osborne.
Ware Shoals. S. C ; Mr. Joe Osborne,
Chicago. Illinois; Mr. and Mrs, O. F.
Israel and family, Candler, X.
Mr. and Mr-. J. N. Osborne, Candler;
Mr and Mis. Torn Osborne and fam
ily, Knoxville. Tennessee-; Mrs. i.oia
Roheron and family, Leicester. North
Carolina: Miss Georgia . Morgan,
A-hevil!e; Miss Ruth Patton, Ashe
ville; Miss Lucile Crisp arid Miss
Lucy ( lark of randier; Mrs. L. W.
MeGaughey', 'hicugo,. Illinois ; Mr.
George OsUrne. Fredericksburg, Vir
ginia; Mr. and Mrs. Kol Osborne and
family, Chicago, Illinois : Mrs. Libert
Holmes and. children, Spartanburg,
South Carolina; and Mr. Jame- 0
borne Cullowhce, N. O
MR. AND MRS. BLACK CEL
EBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING
Mr- and Mrs, C. A. Black cele
brated their golden wedding anniver
sary at their country home on the
Pigeon road Saturday afternoon
from 3 to o o'clock when they were
hosts to hundreds of friends who
called to pay their respects to one of
Haywood County's most beloved
The beautiful country home, situ
ated in the heart of one of the larg
est apple orchards in Western North
Carolina, surrounded on all sides by
majestic mountains., was offectivelv
(k'corated in appropriate fall flowers
for the occasion.
The receiving line include I tne fol
lowing children and grandcirddrt :j o.
Mr. and Mrs, Black: Mr- u'i: W. A.
Black of Waynesvijle, Mr, and Mrs.
Jak- Newell of Charlotte, ilium-',
and Mary Snyder, of Sa'i.-bur,
Pauline Black of Travelers Rest,
Lewis M. Blank of Wayre: villv,
and Mrs. V. C. Kourk and
Jean, Annabel!., and Frances
hlleboro, Mrs V. n.iam
i Shoolbred anil Mr. ami Mr-. A.K-n
I L.ack of Waynesville. Of th-.r entire
famiiy circle jnl. ..:. m-i-l-lav- and
j. g.'andson v e absent.
Receiving the front il"-.- .i .r
I were Mrs. J. W. Seaver an 1 Mr-.
! i'au- . t:e Swift. At the lih-ary 'vof
-,vhi: Mrs. Joe Gravis and Miss Aan
Kiliian. Receiving in the diirng
r.i.m were Mrs. R. I.. P revolt and
Mi -. S. T. Ni al and in the living
room Mr.. K. I). Green and Miss
Grac" ' Bo'.vjes- Pouring tea during
the al'terjioosv were Mrs., John Shool
bivd. Mr-. R. P. Walker, Mrs. H. C.
i.imis-ky ,and Mr.-. I. M. Iviliian- As-si-'.iim
in serving -'were Mrs. Roy
Campbell, M i s. Jerry : Colkitt, Mrs.
Hugh Massie, Mrs. William Kimbcrly,
Mi.-s Lois Harrold. ami Miss Su"
Mr. and Mrs. Black were married
in Greenwood, S. C- on the 29th of
November, 1881, at the home of Mrs.
Black's parents. Before her mar
riage Mrs. Black was Miss Leila
Maxwell Bell. The wedding ceremony
was performed by Rev. John MeLeos,
a noted Presbyterian minister of that
state. One of the wedding, guests of
f : fry years ago, Mrs. H. M. Prince, of
Anderson, South Carolina, was pres
ent for the celebration Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Black spent their
married life in Charlotte until seven
years ago when they came to Western
North Carolina lured by the climate
and unsurpassed beauties of the
A large number of out of tiwn
guests. From the Asheville Citizen.
HAZEL WOOD NEWS
Mrs. John Snyder and son, Jack,
accompanied Mrs. J. E. Sims and
family of Asheville to Georgia Thurs
day and returned Sunday.
Mr. J. P. fWam, principal of the
elementary school, spent the Thanks
giving holidays at his home in Gaff
ney, South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. WaddeU and,
son, Greek, Wallace Robinson and Mr.
Creek, Wallace Robinson and Mr.
R. C. Phillips were among those
spending Sunday at Max Patch.
Mrs. L. M. Cox has returned to
her work in the depot after an ill
ness of a few days.
Messrs. M. B. Fortner and Camp
bell of Lenoir spent the week-end
with their families'.
Mrs. C. S. Davis is reported on the
sick list tnis week.
Misses Janie and Julia Tucker
spent the Thanksgiving holidays at
their home in Lincolnton, N. C.
Rev. W. N. Cook of Webster was in
town Wednesday and remained for
prayer meeting r-or vices at night at
the Baptist church, of which he is a
Misses Sara Haynes and Edith
Snyder of Clyde spent the Thanks
giving holidays visiting Miss Nellk
Mr. Homer Scruggs of Lenoir was
in town over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wnitener and
son, Carroll, and Miss . Attie Knight
risi-ted. Virginia Whitener Sunday at
the hospital in Gastonia where Vir
ginia is a patient for a few months.
Mrs. Hubert Liner spent Saturday
in Asheville shopping.
Misses Kate Walls and Gladys
Stump spent the week-end at. White
Oak visiting Mrs. Teague.
Mr. Garland Allen of Canton was
in town Saturday visiting his brother,
Mr. C. N. Allen.
Mr. Lloyd Cutting, contractor for
the State Prison Camp, being con
structed here, spent the week-end at
his home in Statesville.
Geo. Walls, Jr. spent the Thanks
giving holidays with his sister, Mrs,
W. C. Swann, in Asheville.
The Hazel wood Elementary Scho:.
won the football given ly Coach
Weatherby to the school selling the
largest number of tickets to the Mar.
I Hi!l-Waynesvi!le gaVne on Thanks
Mis.i Jessie Hicks and mother, Mrs
R. E. Hicks, visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy
T. Robinson during the Thanksgiv
Messrs. Ralph and Whltsner Prj
vost of Pulaski, Va. spent the holi
days at the home of their paren.s,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Prevoj t. on Ba.
. The Honor Roll for November from
the Elementary Scnool will appear
next week. .
SPECIAL PRAYER MEETING'
SERVICES AT PRESBYTERIAN
The Rev. ' Dr. Walker, pastor of the
Presbyterian church here is speaking
at the regular Wednesday evening
services a series of talks dealing with
the different Sficers of the church.
Last night he spoke on the 'Deacon."
Wednesday night, December 9, he will
speak on "The Elder. The following
Wednesday night his topic will be on
"The preacher." December 23 his talk
will be 4n "The members.'
All these services start at 7:30
Santa Gets Warm Wet
Welcome In Waynesville
DECEMBER 6TH BIBLE SUNDAY
Next Sunday has been set apart by
the American Bible Society for special
recognition of the Holy Bible.
The Rev. Walker, pastor of the local
Presbyterian church will preach at
the regular 11:00 oclock service, "The
Holy Book, the Holy Business and the
Amid raindrops instead of snow
flakes Santa Claus rode into Waynes
ville Monday noon in his special
made chariot, drawn by two reindeer.
Santa was greeted by a large crowd
that anxiously waited for him in
spite of the steady drizzle of rain.
He rode through the streets and
wherever he went he was the cen
ter of attraction.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Thursday, the 17th day of
December, 1931. at 1 1 : Oit o'clock A.
M.. at the Court house doer in the
Town of Waynesville, Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolirja, the undersigned
Trustees, will sell at public out cry
to the highest bidder for cash the
following described lands and prem
ises, lying and being ui the Town
Canton, North Carolina, aJ fully
; cesenneu as lour vs:
BEGINNING at a stake i:-.
North margin of Pevnv!vr.ri:i Av
enue, R. I). Coleman's Southeast cor
ner and runs with the North margin
of said Pennsylvania Av-iu- S. 7
degree.-- minutes E. 71 feet to a
stake; thence N. 20 degrees :;) mif
utes E. 14'- feet -to a .-take : th-n -.
-17 d-'rees W. 7" fee; to a str.in .
R. D. Coleman's corner; thence S. vM
degrees .''ii minuti-s W. with .''aid
or) will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been comm?nced
against them in '.he Suaerior Court
.t u ..-.A ..,,ot tV,a snU nnrnose
I or naiwtJuii ivui";i - i x
create assets; and th.- defendants
MAMIE JOLLY, -SUSIE JOLLY'
BANKS and husband BANKS,
UII MAM H JOLLY A N'D LILLIA
MAE JOLLY wlli further take no-
tic:.- tnat tney are requ.iei io urm
ut rK r.ffiff." ,-,f th. Clerk of the Su-
Iperior Court at his ufic.' in Waynes
ville not later than ten 1 1U) nays
from the completion i.f this service
and answer or demur to the petition
filed herein or the petitioner will ap
ply to the Court for the relief de
manded in said ptition.
This ;he 2nd dav A Decs-ruber,
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk of the Superior Couit
Dec. :- 24.
CUT RATE DRUG STORE
Main St. Near Depot. Canton, N. c.
This i the same propr"'.',- conveyed
to C. V. Bell and wif, l.u'.ii-e I!e!I.
by deed from D. If. Clark and wife,
Cenie J. Clark, by date January 27th
1921, and recorded in th" Register of
Deed's CMliee, 'n Haywi.n-1 County,
North Carolina. Book 7 page .'!
t') which record re fere ."f is herfliv
made f-. r a more perfect desci lot ion.
This sale made purs.uan to. under
an.l by virtue of the rio-Acr of . ;de
contained in that certain deeii of
trust executed by C. V. Hell and wife,
Louise Bell,' to Insured Mortgage
Bond Corporation of Winston-Salem,
North Carolina, and Union Trust
Company of Maryland Trustees, dated
March if.th. 1927. und receded in
Book of Deeds of Trust No. 21, nage
43, Record of Deeds of Trust of Hay
wood County Nort'i Carolina, and
pursuant to judgm?nt docketed in
Office of Clerk of Suo-rior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina, and
pursuant to Order of Clerk of Su
perior Court of Haywood County, N.
C, for a resale of srfid prrwrty a'ter
bid of prior sale had been duly
This the 1st day of December, 1931,
Isured Mortgage Bond Corpor
ation of North Carolina, and Un
ion Trust Company of Maryland,
Dec. 3-10 Trustees.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
FORE THE CLERK.
W1LI IAM T. HANNAH. ADM'R.
OF ALBERT T. JOLLY', DECEAS
SILAS JOLLY, ALFRED JOLLY
AND WIFE. RINDA JOLLY. GIT
BRIGHT JOLLY AND WIFE,
MAGGIE JOLLY, CLEMENTINE
JOLLY PALMER. JANE JOLLY
WALKER, AND HUSBAND R. L.
WALKER. CLOE JOLLY MC
CRACKEN, AND HUSBAND BIL
LIE McCRACKEN, MAMIE JOL
LY. SUSIE JOLLY BANKS AND
HUSBAND, , , . . BANKS, WIL
LIAM H. JOLLY AND LILLIA
MAE JOLLY, a Minor, Defen
dants. The defendants MAMIE JOLLY,
SUSIE JOLLY BANKS and husband
......BANKS, WILLIAM H. .TOL
LY and LILLIA MAE JOLLY (Min-
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS
TOWN OF HAZEL-WOOD,
FI NDING AND BONDING BONDS
Sealed lads will be received until
10 o'clock A. M., December 15th, 19S1.
V.v the I.oeal Government Commission
iof North Carolina, at its office in the
City ,f Raleigh, N ('., for the foliow-
! ing' bonds ef the Town of Hazelwood,
N. C. : ?i;.200 Funding Bonds, datH
August 1. 1931 maturing annually
on August 1st, .uu.oo, ami
?500.(i0 1935 to 194t5, inclusive, and
$7,5(1(1 Refunding Bonds, dated Au-gU-t
1. 1931, maturing annually on
August l.-t. S50U.IIO 1934 to 1948.
Denomination: $200.00 and S50H.O0;
principal anil interest (F- and .V. 1)
payable at the Central Hanover Bank
and Trust Company in he City cf
New Y'ork, N. '., in lawful money;
unlimited tax; coupon 'bond-.; no op
tion of payment before maturity; de
livery on or about December 20, 1931
at place of purchaser's choice. There
will be auction.
Interest rate 0 per .'ent per annum.
The bonds will te awarded at the
highest aggregate price offered, not
less than par and accrued interest.
Sparate bids for the "operate issues,
respectively, are required.
The approving opinion of Messrs.
Story, Thorndike, Palmer & Dodge,
Boston, Mass., will be furnished the
Bids must be enclosed in a sealed
envelope marked "proposal for bonds
of the Town of Hazelwood" and be ac
companied by a certified check upon
an incorporated bank or trust compa
ny payable unconditionally to the or
der of the State Treasurer for $271
00. The right to reject all bids it"
LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMIS
SION By: (has. M. Johnson, Director
of Loyal Government and Ex
officio Secretary of the Com
mission. .... It
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NOTICE OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
. vs. .
The defendant, Elisha Monteith,
will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been com
menced, in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina, by
the plaintiff, Hazel Monteith, against
the defendant for the purpose of se
curing an absolute divorce on stat
utory ground ; and the defendant
will further take notice that he is
required to appear at the office of
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