Page 8 Four Farm Meetings Are Held During Past Week (Continued from page 1. presented trie play, "Hiram Hay wood's Hired Hands and His )'ay Day." W. I). Ketner was selected chair man for the men, Jes.e Carpenter, vice chairman, and Earl Ferguson was made secretary. For the women Mrs. Sam Queen was elected chair man, Mrs- C.rews Moody, vice chair man, and Mrs. W. D. Kiitner, tec-retary. Hazelwood News KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HELD G. WASHINGTON PROGRAM LAST MON. (Continued from page 1) by Americans everywhere and will be from now until Thanksgiving Day. Dr. Lambeth is an orator of much ability and his pleasing personality is a great asset to him in riveting the attention of an audience to his message. He was pastor of a large church in Washington, D. C. for years until the boss (the bishop, as Dr. Goode said in introducing him) brought hbn to Asheville, where he will stay until he takes highway No. 10 and wends his way to Waynesville, where he will serve as pastor of the Methodist church here for the rest of his days." No doubt some of the members of the church present felt like they would like to convert this pleasantry on the part of Dr. Goode to a reality. Mayor Howell then asked the audience to join in singing "The Star Spangled Banner," which they did with great enthusiasm; after which Dr. H. W. Uaucom of the Baptist church pro nounced the benediction. Clyd eP.T.A.Met On Last Tuesday Probably the largest P. T. A. meet ing held at the Clyde High School this year was the one on Tuesday af ternoon, February 16, at which a very interesting program was given in honor of the 35th "Founders' Day" of the association. The following program given: Song "America." Devotion Rev. Dryman. The Spirit of Founders' Day Lois McCracken. The Voice of Our Founder Miss Stall. From the Address of Mrs. Theo dore W. Birney Mrs. Brooks Mother's Hymn Mrs. Jewel Clark Barrett. A Valentine to Mary Grinnell Mears Miss Terrell. Poem, "The Torch Bearer" Mrs, Cannon. A Parable Miss Crumley. Song,-"A Little Child Shall Lead Mrs. Barrett Pageanjt, "The Oracle Speaks" Senior Class Girls. Statement, Mrs. Carlylo Haynes. Songr by alL The chief feature of the reception, which followed the program, was the cutting of the large birthday cake, bearing 35 candles. The new officers elected at this meeting were as follows: President, Mrs. C. E. Johnson ; vice-president, Mrs. R. C. Cannon ; secretary-treasurer, Miss Helen Smathers. The attendance banner was won by Mrs. Cannon's third grade- NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND WAR RANT OF ATTACHMENT STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, HAYWOOD COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. CITIZENS BANK & TRUST COM PANY, a Corporation, Vs. MRS EVA RHODES ATKINS. The defendant, Mrs. Eva Rhodes Atkins, above named will take no tice that a summons in the above en titled action was issued against said defendant on the 22nd day of Febru ary, 1932, by the Clerk of the Superior Court of Haywood County, North Carolina, for th sum of $230.00 with interest thereon from the November 6th, 1931, due said plaintiff by the defendant by reason of a promisory note executed by defendant to plain tiff, which said summons is return able before the Clerk of the Superior Court, Waynesville, Haywood Coun ty, North Carolina, on the 24th day of March, 1932. The defendant will also take notice that a warrant of attachment was issued by said Clerk of the Superior Court of Haywood County, N. C. on the 22nd day of February, 1932, aeainst the property of said defend ant, which warrant is returnable be fore said Clerk of the Superior Court, at the time and place above named for the return of the sum mons, when and where the defendant is reauired to appear and answer or demur to the complaint, or the relief rfamanded will be granted. This the 22nd day of February, 1932. W. G. BYERS, Clerk Superior Court of Hay wood Countv, North Carolina. Feb. 25-Mar. 3-10-17 MGS VISITS IN CONCORD Mr. J. Q. Allison spent the week end in Concord, N. C HOME FROM LA FRANCE Messrs. Kenneth and Jo'in Davis of La France, S. C. spent , the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Vv Davis. Dr. R. P. Walker, pastor of the Wanesville Presbterian church, was in town Monday. VISITS IN BRYSON CITY Mrs. J, Q. Allison and small ton, Johnny Mac, spent the week-end with Mrs. Calvin Dehart at Bryson City. SERVICES AT PRISON CAMP Rev. Orie C. Lundrum, pastor of the Hazelwood Presbyterian church, apd several members conducted an afternoon service at the prison camp Sunday. LENOIR VISITOR Mrs. Cecil Benfield and small daughter, Barbara, of Lenoir, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McElroy, on Chur;h rtreet. Mrs. James Payne of Lake Juna luska spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parker. RETURNS HOME Mr. W. L.Cutting, who has been employed in the construction of the prison camp, has returned to his home in Statesville. Miss Beulah Greene of Canton vis ited Mrs- F. H. Parris during the week-end. CANTON VISITORS Misses Gladys Stump and Ilessie McElroy, Mrs. Sherrill Leatherwood, Mrs. Ralph Ensley and Mr. Graham Ferguson were Canton visitors Saturday, Mr. Graham Ferguson of Newport News, Vn. arrived to spend a few days with friends and relatives. RETURNS HOME Miss Thaisa McLean, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Klontz of Can ton, returned home Saturday. Mis McLean had ns her guest. Miss Vir ginia Seay. FILLS BAPTIST PULPIT Rev. J. P. Beam will preach at the Hazelwood Baptist church Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock service. Everybody is cordially nvited. MOVES FROM TOMOTLA Mr. Glenn Farmer, city policeman, has moved into our town from To motla and is occupying Mr. John Bla- lock's house. We are very glad to welcome them into our community. RETURNS HOME Miss Maggie Underwood has re turned to her home after nursing Mrs. F. E. Robinson, who is convalescing from pneumonia. REV. HYDE IN TOWN Rev. H.H. Hyde of Andrews and a former pastor of the Baptist church was in town Sunday greeting friends- OHIO VISITOR Mr. Smith Dotson arrived Monday from Ohio and was renewing ac quaintances and greeting friends. CELEBRATES WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY The celebration of Washington's Birthday was observedMonday at the Hazelwod School. The sixth grade had charge of the program which was splendidly carried out. The main feature of the program was a pa triotic pageant crowning Washing ington as the Father of his country. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ANNI VERSARY On Saturday afternoon littdle Miss Eloise Knight was hostess to a num ber of her little friends at her home on Church street in celebration of her eighth birthday. Outdoor games were played on the lawn. Afterward the little folks were called in the din- lg room where an ice course was served by her mother, Mrs. Oscar Knight, assisted by Mrs. V. C. Gilli- land and Mrs. Sam Knight. A large white cake served as a center piece adorned with eight pink candles. All reported a jolly godd time. Those present were: Vivian Clark, Merrill and Mac Green. GeTaldine Parris. Jack Parker,- Evelyn Wyatt, Opal McCracken, Lillian ; Messer, Edit Queen, Betty Swaneer, ;Tir fa-id'-, Helen Rogers, Dorothv r'tV-'.Vw Winchester, Joe Jiminr RViTy Ken neth Moore, Jack Daonb r. rmt- THE w a vmps; VTLLE MOUNTAINEER Local Teams To Play In Cullo whee Tournament DI-CENTENNIANIAL TEA IS OUTSTASU1SC tivzxi i The most outstanding social event ! of the season was the Bi-Centennia. Tea given by the Community Cub. Woman's Club, and Civic League on i Anderson and Kather'ne, M.:Mr Betty Knight. GEO. WASHINGTON PA if') The Woman's A-i-!'' .- adults of the PreV-'.'r!-" George Wa.'-hing'-on V: r--Hay ni?ht, F1;rurT-v n;!' ' There w--o " ' AmonT ' - -nn .To" Che''- ' it- .' Monday afternoon, February i-. .u ; Hit- LeFfine Hotel. The gueit:; were greeted in the :,;bby of the hotel by Mrs. T homos M. Sawjli, Miss iianr.fctfe Joins, and Mrs. James Harden Hows! an i ae rectei to the receiving line, i i i v. . e ceiving line were the presidnt and sic retary of each of the three clubs- Mrs. Cleveland Kirkpatrick and Mrs. S. P. Gay, from the Woman's Club, Mrs. R. R. Campbell and Mrs- T. L. Gwyn. from the Community Club, and Mrs. Kohlp C.arrett and Mrs. W. H. Luther, from the Civic League. The guests were ase;nbJ :v:id seated in the dining room which was attractively arranged for the occa sion. A profusion of flags in va rious sizes added much to the colorful decorations and lent a partiotic air to the scene. Quantities of red ja ponic and white spirea were used to advantageous effect in both lobby and dining room. The first feature of the afternoon' entertainment was the presentation of several selections by the Waynes ville High School Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Paul Frye. Among these were: "The Heaven's Resound," by Beethoven; Largo from "The New World Symphony;" "Chorale," by Shuman; and "Stars of a Summer Night " The following delightful numbers were then given: Solo "Boat Song," by Miss Char lotte Hatcher, Tap Dance by Anne Sea well. Solo "Carry Me Back to Old Vir ginia," Miss Ida Jean Brown. One Act Play "When Mar.ha and George Returned" with Virginia Campbell and Otis Massie as Martha and George Washington and Gladys Dicus and Joe Jack Atkins as their descendents. Declamation "A Tribute to Wash-; ingtojk" by Robert Lowe. Solos "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," and "Alice Blue Gown," by Mrs. Fred Martin. Declamation "Washington," by James Harden Howell, Jr. At the conclusion of the program interest was directed to the cutting of the three-tier birthday cake which was placed in the center of the tea table. This held two hundred glow ing candles and was beautifully dec orated with king forming sprays of cerry blossoms on a back ground of. white. On top of the cake was a miniature cherry tree. Mrs, Luther and Mrs- CainpLcH poured tea; Mrs. Campbell used the silver service that had belonged to President James Madison and is now in kilo Jiuoacsiaiuil ui m ucatruudiih, .1 Mrs. James R. Thomas, Mrs. Camp-j bell's mother. In keeping with the cnlor scheme of the occasion red candles in silver holders were used on the table and the mints were red with white dec oration. The young ladies who as listed in serving were Misoes Tiliie Rotha, Louisa Thackston, Louise Fye, Har riett Morrison and Marie Plots.. An added feature was the presen tation of Miss Mary Stringfield, who posed in the gown belonging to her great, great grandmother, Mrs. James Robert Love, which she wore to the Bi-Centennial Ball; and the intro duction of Mr. Bill Prevost, senior at the Waynesville High School, who won the medal presented by the D. A. R- at their annual declamation con test.....: A large crowd attended the affair and many wore beauiful Colonial costumes and old jewelry. One of the most striking costumes was that worn by Miss Nannette Jones. She was dressed in the wedding gown worn 1 v her great grandmother. With this she wore a cap and carried a fan belong ing to her great, great grandmother. Those who aided in makinir this celebration a success were the nro- 1 1 gram committee composed of Mrs. S. J P. Gay, Mrs. J. A. Lowe, aiH Mr" ! "vnmittce composed of Mrs. C. C. White, Mrs. W. H. Liner, and Mis- i Robena Miller; and the decoration- "ornmitte composed of Mrs. Nobel Garre't, Mrs. Ceveland Kirkpatrick. -nd Mrs. R. H. Blackwell. :' CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for the many deeds of kindness shown u during the illness and death of Mr? T. V. Massey, THE FAMILY. Waynesville Girls Won '25-'29, Boys Won in '28-'30. in THURSDAY, FEBRUARY V THE HON. JOHN H. SMALL TO SPEAK AT WAYNESVl TUESDAY, MARCH 1st. 8 P. M. The annua! High School basketball j Tournament will be held at Western! Carolina Teacher:; College, Cullo whee, on March 3, 1, and 5, in which the followin;; schools are invited to, patticipate: Waynesville, Murphy, And ews, Bryson City, Qualla, Whit- tier, Franklin, bylva, b. vjibu ville, Cullowhee, Webster, Rosnian, Brevard, Hayesville, Ogden, Elf, Robbinsville, Highlands, Clyde, Fines Creek, and Bethel. 1 The following members of the fac ulty are members of the Tournament Committee: Miss Alice Benton, chair man, general direction; P. L. Elliott, registration; Mrs. Lucy Posey, hous ing; Miss Minnie M. Tilley, publici ty, and Miss Thelma Howell, finance. Each school receiving an invitation to enter the tournament will be al lowed to enter one girl's team or one boy's team or both. The following teams have won since 1925: 1925 Waynesville Girls, S. C. I. Boys; 1926 Iola Girls, Sylva Boys; 1927 Franklin Girls, Waynesville Boys; 1928 S. C. I. Girils, Hayesville Boys; 1929 Waynesville Girls, Waynesville Boys; 1930 Bethel Girls, Webster Boys; 1931 Bethel Girls, Almond Boys. Bethel girls won the cup last year having been vic torious two years in succession. The girls will be cared for in Moore Dormitory; the boys, Davies Ml LjU HON JOHN H. SMALL -Paid Advertising. Mr. Small is a native ry ...0 , ... . aliu r l'irst Uongi-es.sional D;s his State consecutively ty two years. He is ,3 profession and maints;. office in Washington 5 well as at hi,, legaf , Washington, N. C. He: long member of the J. Church, and has made a study of the Prohibition ( in all its phases. When.: was taken in 1918 on tot tion for the Eighteen mendment, Mr. Small the few Southern memy voted against it. The of his address will be Tj for((ement of the Eid Ammendment and its to Taxation." IRON DUFF The farmers of this section are getting along very well with their work. The funeral services of Mr, C. J. McCracken was held at the Baptist church Saturday, February 20. A large number of friends and relatives were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crawford wf Enka spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bryson. Bryson spent the week-end and Mrs, Elmer Bryson i Cove. A large number enjoyd culture meeting held at t last Friday night. K. P.'S TO HOLD PIBLI ING IN ASHEVI1LLE ! Mr. John Boyd of Jonathan's Creek Hall and in the homes of the com- was a visitor in Iron Duff Sunday, nullity. Misses Helen Davis and Georgia The Knights of Phythia Waynet yille, Canton and are holding a get-togetfe: Monday night at th Gwrt bilt Hotel, in Asheville, .; program has been arrangec will be open to the public. w E L L "FRANKENSTEIN" IS HERE AND YOU'VE NEVER SEEN VVTRING LIKE IT SO DON'T "TI?S IT, THURSDAY & FRIDAY. , 'MS MAN EVER CREATED A '1UMAN BEING AND PUT LIFE INTO ITT SEE FRANKENSTEIN BARGAINS - BARGAINS - BARGAI -You Will Save Money By Trading Here VU W flffr YKftY htw TIC IIOYC UllJ Urj wvuut ful bow foot mahogany I WtllllUl UCUS til till Ulim of price. One lot at $3 95 0nelotat. $4.95 Also beautiful walnut dresser at . , . ... ... Walnut chest to match at $13, $12 U Good heavy coil springs Good 50 lb. felt plated mattress . . . . . . . ... JUST A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS IN OUR I GOODS DEPARTMENT Seventy five pair ladies shoes up to $3.00 only. Cl QC DltD each Mens heavy blue serge suits $25.00 values only Cfl tDlD.JU each One lot men's suits small sizes only Mens good quality felt hats $5.95 $1.08 GROCERIES & MEATS 24 lb. best Kansas hard wheat flour ... . . . . . : . . 2 lb. pure Coffee Heavy fat backs per lb. 70c 25 c 8c All steaks per lb. Best stew beef 3 lbs. Best pork chops per lb Phoi We Deliver Free Allen-Siler Coinripa Hazelwood, N. C. 1 9 i i

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