Has Mere Paid-In-Advance Subscribers In Haywood County Than All Weekly Newspapers Combined
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1932
RDEN CLUB AT ALLEN S CREEK
lOVES PROFITABLE TO MEMBERS
l Hl,t,..n ,1 f i U Ti Cl 1
Ipration aniong ;ueiuuci. auu uuicrs rrum ocnoui
akes Project A Most Successful One. Flower Gar-
Lns Among eesi in ouai.y.
TPSn economic situation has .
vo- lives of every ;
anu some nave
,-hanges inai vmj
hO """" iTi V.v. sounded nn-
tn tr.c iv""'.'i
W.5.": ,ut,,0 for the better;
j uie ----
,pntlv been maae m ,
Vrtsijrht of efficient school teach- j
, ,frn Trt W LII I C.1 CI v v
A:. en's oi'u c
h -ht- untiring enorus vi ,
s" ' u fViA families
Ferguson . -
hour, trial new "
livTC ms necessary. lna
of Allen's Creek, as a whole.
war have oevoiea tueir
t public works and were recog-
a trinity ana n i
ot citizens, men, ainiusi. uu
the demand for labor on 'public
' ,Ud..l Most of the uread-
'rs of the families were left with-
uployment and lew nad garuens
!1S thill '-tl('y COUHI IUU1 lit
i . . 4U,.; l.
vir.lt ;i I v a j-i'veii uii;ii wm w
work iney had litue time 10
for a garden, ana im.s conuiuon
;hti'i'. I hem a situation that call
or .lis i . k and clear thinking that
thin.' must be done and tnat
IN COUNTY GOOD
Chief Inspector of State
Board Of Health Inspects
Eating Places and Hotels.
Majority of Eating Places In
County Attain Grade A
Rank, Few B's.
l. rc' irus:. n, lojjeuiei iur nvi i
Mi'.- .(. w, coie ana .uiss
.1 . J
fie l.eatnt rwiimi, i-augm me. men
if each family raised a small
I I i : ' 1 ..nnKlm
ion, anu p Milieu 1,1 u "gtwuico
they could use in season ana aiso
rami.tiL' it would oe a most
ftable undertaking to fill a need
at that time no chanty organi-
i . j 'il. J!
M could compete wrtn 11 tne lami-
I . i, , ,
I were forced 10 seen sucn neip.
lie idea seemed to spread like wild-
I and scon iM'rs. Ferguson and her
tmirs were encourages 10 ino point
hkitiK 'he parents .to meet with
liiud a'tr'ardetr club was organized.
Jh inember brought up his prob-
f and they were discussed in open
and each member tried to help
neighbor to overcome the most
E problem - in beginning his
rtr,. rians were laid ior a dit oi
Irar.-tv rivalry and a contest was
rei among the members to see
la would make the most progress
t certain neriod and several
r contests were staged. Not only
the. members stress the vegetable
lier.. hut the flower gardens came
:r.e:r share of the community s
tare, and the interest along this
continued until the flower gardens
leamor.p the best in the county.
surest in this idea was eh-
taptd in the school room ; the
f;ren :a.ked to their parents about
m; teivve long the community was
taKe on a new task. There
re few farmers in the community
time to devote to suEtrestlnerr
rile new Gardners the best method
''! a prohtable crop, the coun-
tee.nt. Jas. L. Robinson and W. D.
rh, director -of vocational acricul-l
r In the "Wavnesville rnwnskin hieh
luoi, were caned upon to make Bug-
runs ami get thP citizens of the
ramty lined ud on thp rieht va-
l.v of seeds the best methods of
r'-mp; cultivation and manv other
m of gardening that come to the
e:,tee gardner alter the plants
prular 'meetings were held and
l made for enlarging the plots of
a; a .iwreasing the variety of
fatiies. Todav thel-P nrp no Ip'ss
Ml) different vegetables to be
f .n ..ne gardens of the Allen s
community. There are 23 fami-
.hat have Dledeed themselves to
gardens, and not only just prow
'-ui.ur.uea on bacK page)
uilt Show Plans
e Completed, Will
lie Held July 28
'ca plans havp Vippii - romnloted
ftne ou-lt show which; will be held
." a: 1 building op'oosite the
' a; 2 'cl Thursday, July
t..e show is sponsored by the
san t r!,-i. , e .
t ..-- - hu vi mis: city.. "
-- .v.- ui .ijc . Will L'C
test displays will not be
' a.f-y -judges, but by pdoular bal-,;,-r.e
public fJttendin.the show,
; otner feature is that no ad-
"Jvvi e charged.
. fr.e r.avinff ouilts. eminternpnes.
it!r 5"nsw'Is to enter the show are
-' iheni to the place cf
-..ov .etween the hours ot 9 and
I ""!?' da V Of tllA sVmir Tl tk
-JVn :)u' PuWic at 2 p. m. : ,
w-h t- box will be . opened
?n:r,it and the winners will
. .,PuUpced and the prizes awarded
,,t m tne several fiepan-
m, have bean made, first,
"hots register, and all club
Secure -.. fr.M-i-, V.o lf.c'..- K.-V
will !,e sdM (lurinir the
ifji n'va- 'ree '-"'M offer! nrr will be
v.'-f-? ay '.he expenses of
A1! fttS ,,. v.. '
p c,. , ..imj-i.; nave
e seed on articles.
K. L, Hiiituii, Haywood county, hta'th
ofliccr, together with M.M. Melvin,
chiei sanitary inspector of the State
Board of Health, made a general in
spe.etKin id all the public eating
places and hotels in the -county -ast
we k and reported that the sanitary
cond.ition at these places was above
the average for any county. In com
menting on the the tour, .Mr. Melvin
said, "Taking all as a whole, the san
itary conditions of cafes and hotels
in. Haywood are as good .as. I :i ; -inspected
recently. I am very much
pleased with the condition.- :h;-.: l
The cafes and hotels are inspected
by Air. Hintcn several times each
month. The dairies of the county are
civen an inspection once every quar
ter. . .The -report of the dairies will
ce made in next week's Mountaineer.
Along with the inspection tour the
two health officials inspected the four
summer camps in the county, and
each of them was given a title of "an
approved camp." The state beard of
health receives hundreds of inquiries
each season for information regard
ing camps, and only those that attain
the standard in sanitary- conditions
are ever recommended. Tht four
camps in the county passing the san
itary requirtmens were: Camp lUdl
wood, Camp Junaluska, Cheonda
Camp, and Kyland Camp. :
The grade? for the cafes and hotels
are as follows:
W. W. N. C. Cafe, 98.0.
American Cafe, 92.0. .
The Little Cafe, 93.0.
The New Carolina, iS.'X
LeFairie Coffee Shop, 95.0,
The Royal Cafe, OO.o.
LeFaine Hotel, 97.0.
Gordon Hotel, 95.0.
Bon Air Hotel 91.0.
Paris Cafe, 96,
Eureka Cafe, 94.5.
Sanitary Sandwich Shop, 97.5.
Bon Ton, 81.5.
Sanitary Cafe, 99.0.
Imperial Hotel. 95.5.
Clyde Inn, 72.5.
Special mention was made by Mr.
Melvin of the two cafes .in the coun
ty,' one' in, Waynesville and one in
Canton, that were ; almost 100- per
cent in complying with all sanitary
- editions. ' The . W. W. N. C. of this
city attaining a grade of 98.0, and the
S mitary Cafe in Canton being cred
ited with a grade of 99,00,
. Several of the cafes in the .county
v.-; making improvements during the
next few weeks and hope to attain a
rr .de of . above 97.0 before the next
inspection'- u made. One or tvo. of
the eating places are ranked aior.g
with the highest, but . the surround
ings brought down their grade, which,
it was said was not the fault of the
operators -of the cafes, but of others
having business places, near, by, and
in one instance the trouble was that Pi
he owner of -the building,
Clinic For Cripples
Will Be Held In Sylva
I The North - Carolina Orthonedk
Hospital, of Gastonia. will hold a
clinic in the school building at Sylva
on Friday, July 29, beginning at 9
a. m., according to Miss Dorothy .Sut
ton, superintendent of that hospital.
Miss Sutton said: "We are holding
this clinic in the interest of cbih.ren
who have been patients in this hos
pital and for the crippled children m
thf section who are in need cf an
examination. We hope that the on tc
wHl be of real service , to the.peo.pie
ir th;s ; -section at n t:rv w-n f"
nr.nfc prohibits' much traveling." ; ,.
Large Outside Clock Is
Erected At First Bank
The Firt National Bank has ji't
. . i o1nlf its
erected a lame c.n. v.-,.-. -building
cn Main street e.. ,
dreds of citizens have expressed them-
selves as missus - . - - - -clock
since the old building was torn
down. Th new clock at the bank
will help those that depended on the?
--t. honj. flock icr 'ti!.io.HP
their appointments on time. , .'"i
clock is similar to the one erected, at
The Citizens Bank here.
Today's issue of The Mountaineer comes to yen from the
same publishers that have published it for the past eight
months, but instead of lessees, we are glad to announce, that
we have purchased the paper ami the Job printing oiant.
Last November we leased this business from the own
ers for eight months, with an option to purchase at that
time. During the past two weeks the final details have been
worked out and it is with pride that today, we, V. C. Russ
ar.d P. D. Deaton. can announce that we are the sole c-wners
and operators of The Mountaineer and the largest job print
ing plant west of Asheville.
Since taking over this paper wt- have tried to enter into
the life of the community and do everything within our
power to give to our readers in an unbiased form the news
ox Waynesville and Haywood county that would interest the
greatest number of our readers. It has been a pleasure t:
work 'with you in gathering this news, We slvll in the fu
ture try to give our readers ev.'ii more news than we- have
in the past.
It is only through the revenue from advertisers that a
newspaper is able to continue in. business, and ve trust that
you will read the message of the adversers in The Moun
taineer each week, because within those advertisements you
will rind a message meant for you and a message that will
save you and your family money. Any time a merchant or
tr:v. advertises a product, or their name to the public you
can iknor.d on it that it is good, btvau.se they could not af
ford to advertise inferior goods or workmanship.
This paper will be devoted to the upbuilding of the
community ar.d county, and at any time that you have a
sv.ggt-t:on to make w-hejeby 'we ea.n improve t;;' paper, we
will :;or;;Vviatt voiir consent.
Rural Schools Open Aug. 8;
Practically Same Teachers
Named For 1932-33 Term
Waynesville, Clyde, Canton, and Waterville Schools To
Open September 5th. Teachers To Meet Here August
6 For First Meeting.
VERDICT OF NOT
111 1 Vllil.U'IJ.lllU
Homer Henry, supenntedent ot the
county schools announced vestei'dav
that ad ooulitv schools, with the ex
ception of Waynesville Township
Schools, Clyde and Waterville, wil:
j John Kinsland, of Canton, is
! Freed Of Murder Of -Mrs.
JURY OUT 3 HOURS
On Nuvembtr. rest- V;i"ll the 'owners of the Mountaineer,
ihro-ugh i:s b:iiiie-s t er, Thomas.. M. ;v ..well, leased
the newspaper and ph:,;i V. C ui't is Uu.-- 'and I'aul Deaton
f'..,r 'a period of eight months,' er .until. July first 1!):2. With
the le.'.-e agreement also an cption ; purchase.
Since the expiration M' In lease agreement, the owners,
of Tht Mciint.iiR-eev, ha e sold the paper, and physietd c(iuip--y.ent
to Messrs Kus- aud Deaton, who are now in charge of
;he business. The former owners bespeak for them the co
pjblk' interest, of the city and
operation- 1. every -p:
ror nearly two years the former owneis labored to give
-.Haywood, 'county . a real ; new-spaper. The success of that
'effort Was measured by public (pinion freely expressed and
greatly appreciated. The former owners have come to have
a h igh appreciation l or the people of Way nesville and I lay-.
wood '.couiity and -to. love this section cf :he state. The sale
o; -he paper does not '-signify that the former-manager and
editor contemplates '.going to another community.
There is in Waynesville and Haywood county a splendid
v...pci ;uhity. for a su:cesful :;epaper, but it (Upends large,
iy upn the united support: of all parties. Such support is
.tot only merited by the .character- of The Mountaineer but
is the most profitable method offered the city and county to
advance their own interests. ,
With no axe to grind the former owners urge that every
.citizen-, of "the county cooperate with, and support the efforts
of -he local county newspaper, The Mountaineer.
'Many Minor Cases Are Dis
posed Of During Past Ten
Days Of Court.
i il' .!.;; iv.uniod a verdict of nut
' '' :!"' -a-t of .I,ihii Kiusl ind.
oi.iri;i i witli iiiursic-r, shortly aiier
i-ilne.--iiay. The jury re
. ivcd the (are iinoiii; .ill o 'cluck VeU
'.' lay i;.n'iin,v. .tl'lcr hc.riug Ihc
fiu - tin- ( as.- since lad- Moiui;y
(; i -. ;i:-:i lietore Judge. W aller K.
a:.i ho it the regular term of i rii riii I
i . .:' l lu iv.
. K ii'is.uiii
-.11 I H-
: ..ic in
M i s.
:n ,il ;;cc
s a!!. d
charged with the
Alice Cook of Can
vvi'is shot and kilh-d
Ik i son-in-law, Hiuj
that Kinsland knew
a; id thr t he aided in
Kinsland proved on llie
Sidewalks At Court
House Are Finished
Workman have completed th(, job
of laying the concrete sidewalks on
the crurt house grounds. They have
been working on them for the past
ten days, having been held up for a
few ays on account of rain.
-The 'center walk from' -Main street
to the building is 22 feet wide and is
met at the court house steps ..by. two'
walks from each end , cf the court
house lot along Main street which are
built in a curve,, thus fd-nlng a six
foot circle walk from the street to
Each of the walk.?, both the center
walk and thp eurved walks, have a
curbing about eight inches square on
he sine. "The", grounds o.' tb-: court
house have been leveled olf and the
grading on the north side of the build
in.' has been completed.
: The ""county commissioners-, decided
Monday to extend Montgomery st rest
vi: ;' through" 'back' of the. new youft
house, to the north side of the. ru'ld
lr:' i:'nd. then upwai'Cs to Main, street.
By doing this lit will not he necessary
: ' ' -j:'. I a re'.ainir.g wail to. hold the
-urpjus -dirt. '.' .'-.':'...'.-
( hafige-"were made as to the wi'.tn
;nf n:t. Denot street. The street will
: e Vldoru'l 16 feet instead of 6 fett
;-.'-. originally pknned. : This will give
-.:''! ..'-fn: f.-ir widening the street f.nd
Cool Knighgts To Be
Presented Here Two
Nights, Thurs., Fri.
A three-act mulcal ."oimedv"
."f'-ofi , Kriights" will , he presented ;y
loial talent at the high school, auditor
riuni cn Thursday an.) Frl-'a;- v":.t
week. The. play is a benefit and un
der the aufp'ices of the local chapter
cf-, the,u! D. C. I :
The scenes are laid on the cf.;:ir,-js
ef , Grtrvd" University I xlu:-i:;c sclio-,3
sesicri. ar.A later turns tn Is
land in the. middle of the rrc-ifi.? r.vh.er
.-cr-.nr: ha-- never been al'o'.ved. A
ship lead ,cf c3-eds ere hir; -.vre:-'se 1
n 'the - island and .'then is. when
their 'troubles 'begin. .
ThP cast has been rehearsing tr.e
r.;'-'--or some time. .1 Those who
-pre i-ad; an opportunity to witness
rehear-ah state that there is sn
'-' r cf 'eal entertainment waiting
fcrr them Thursday and Friday nights.
Ram Sale Will Be
Held At Clyde 23rd
The third annual ram sale and ex
change day will le held at. Clyde on
Saturday, July 23, at 1:30 p. m.
There will be a nice offering of year
.Ing and two year old Hampshire
..:!-. F r the past two years the
U'x v.-as predominated by lambs, but
.ne ( l:.er auiniajs- are obtainable this
;.t:i!. Quality being equal the older
:fcin is much more.; desirable, He re
.. jii c-s les?- care, and can be used with
-s large flock. ; ;
Tht- sale is also used as an ex
change day. The usefulness of rams
tan U: doubled i.y trading to another
It would take 50 purebrt'(l rams
-Id '.r raisel each year to supply the
needs of. '-Haywood sheep men. Tne
supply is less than half of this nura-i-ier.
The difference h made up of
i:a(ic- iif varying quality.
Breeders (iffering rams will be A.
C. Walker, J. L. Walker, N. H. Carver,
Joe Carver, ; Kay Mann, Win-Rock of
Aivance, N.. and a number of oth-
The IiKyy-Oi.d county c-oommittee or
the 5-10 Year Farm Plan made im
p.fjvement, of sheep production one of
heir projects, and selected Hamp
shires as the best; breed to stand
aVdize to IVi the county. . This breed
y. laigtiy. ; make. up. the offerings
l:r the sale. - .
Entertainment Class Of
Pythian Home To Be Here
Saturday Night For Concert
tin t Justice compelled him to
him to and from the t.cenc of
the murder at the point o) a gun.
Justice commanded Kinsland, it was
brought, -out, to drive him to the Hun
eonilie comity line iinniediately 'afn-r
the shooting. Kinslutid is a tas'i
('river of Canton.
Just before the -sheriff got to the
place where Justice was staying, sev
eral days u Iter the murder. Justice
shot himwdf and died within a. few
(Irover Davis and V. R. Francis,
local attorneys, represented Kinsland
(luring the trial. John M. Queen,
solicitor, represented the state.
Among the t'ases and sentences
passed were as follows:
Lulius Haines given 4 months for
assault, 12 months for breaking and
entering, and 1 months - for trespass.
Woodrow McKlroy and Weaver
Rathbone charged with larceny, .en
tered a plea of forcible trespass, judg
ment was suspended n condition that
each pay a fine of $1(K) and part 'of
cost by SeptemlK'r term of court, and
report of being Oh good behavior ior
Roy Wilson, violation of pmhibitio!)
law fined $25 and given until Septem
ber to pay.
Jimmy T. Roger, larceny, ' foun-i
guilty, sentenced not less than 5 yea.--;
on more than 10 years.
Frank Seay and Walter tier J ,-;.
forcible trespass, found guilty and
f-'e i received 90 davs, Hend is- CO day
Harry Lee Ferguson and Hornet
Noland, changed with larceny were
found not guilty. ''
Guy Brown, violation of prohibitio'i
law, found guilty, sentenced 8 months.
Dick Smith, violation of the prohi
bition law, given 2 months sentence
suspended upon payment of exist.
Arthur Hramlett, violation of pro
hibition law, received 4 month.
Taylor McAbee, Ike Kllison, l'loy;!
MeAbee, larceny, first charge not less
than 2 or more than 3 years. Seconii
j charge, not less than :J or nwre tnan
5 vears. Grace McAber, sentence ! not
less than 2 years on same change i;;
same case, to state prison,
Eurder Hipps, reckless driving,
found guilty, fined $30 and cost and
to pay V. C. Fincher $100.
John Hue, assualt, found guilty on
two charges, sentenced 2 years on
each count. '
Ray Parker, found guilty of intimi
dating witness, fined $5 and cost.
Schools, operating under an inde
: . . .. m charter, will open about Sep
te.id'ir it was said. The Waynes-.
1 and Clyde schools will begin
'ik on September o, Mr. Henry said.
;;:.t:u:iy the same teachers have
hien rstainel lor ui;s vers work,
and tne same number that was em
ployed Inst year will be buck tins
year, there being 14(1 in all.
In announcing the list ot the teach
ers; for the, coining year, Mr. Henry
also announced that there would be a
teach. -r's iiKotmg at the ( entral Mo
mentary School hero on August 0 for
ii II teachers that will begin teaching
on August S. This is (in important
l.U'i i .is;, and all tcacheiV .. i .-Ui-cl-ed
to attend. 1 ho teachers of schools
that i pen in Septciol er' 'vi! I' m; ft
. iniil.-ir I.., i i , 1 1 - nisi pi.rr itic open
ing of their school, it was said,
Mr. Henry' brought out an outstand
ing i'ac: about, tne fmas.ii i stai".
ing .of the past schoc! v. .i c whu-n
cn lcd J-jiie tUtth. He iilated that all
teachers 'and bills li:td i'd ii paid and
that the entire cm 'in' iie'' li'.i iiu
of the past schi-o! vi ar nad been
cleared and that the new v 'sir lound
the school hoard begin niii';-- with ''a
i.i'w recird, and nothing had to be
enrried over from the year tint has
just ended. This -'included the lim
vi rdam si hosils. I'ew (-(iiiiities in tho
state, it was. said, can produce -a sim
ilar record to that of Haywood's
Following is the complete lnt of the
teachers for the year 19;!2-,'I3 for
Mt. Sterling lienerd Landis.
Big tlataloochee Mary E. Davis.
Cecil Thomas Erwin; Pearl Mc
Laughlin; Gladys Moody; Rhonie D.
Allen; Alma Chambers
Clyde School R. (;. Cannon, Princi
pal; Horace Francis; Margaret Ter
rell; R. C. Looper; Naomi Crumley;
Kitchens;. Mary Lolir.g ttrnoks;
Helen Smathers; I'.dtt n . ' iuiik ii ;
Ellen H. Haynes;; Lois Mctracken;
Hazel Stall; Nell KirkpatncK.
Fines Creek F. L. Saflord, Prin
cipal; Jessie James; Harriet Boyd;
Claude Rogers; -..Stephen reigus -n,
Bonnie Moi row; Rosa Morr.s: Vau
line Ncdand Davis; Helen CJreen; Rox
Rock Hill -Julius Boyd; Anna Lou
Leatherwood; Willa H;.',"1.
Upper Cove C reek Belle Bradshaw.
Little Cataloochce Gordon Cagle.
Waterville Bess McWnoi ;.-.
Hyder Mountain Bonnie Teague.
Big Branch Bessie R. McClure.
Rock Springs Lrastus '-Stamey;
Mrs. Frances Justice.
Cralitree Mrs. William F. Ramsey.
James ( ha
Rush Fork ( 'loo Caldwell.
(Continued bach page)
League Union Meets At
The monthly meeting of tne League
Union of Haywood ar.d Jackson coup,
ties met at Canton Monday night, July
11, with an attendance of 70. The
principal speech was made bv Mr. !-,.
O. Harbin, representative of the (jei'c
ra! Board of Christian Llu-ation. A
short talk Wasmade bv Rev. Stamper,
pastor of the. Can-tan Methodist Chuich
on "Methodisms Altitude . toward
other church.!??.:' After a snort bu-i-ness
session the Union met in the Y.
M. C. A. where a social hour was en
The, next meeting of tne League
Union will be held at the Svlva Metho
dist Church Mondav n:gnt August 1.
lt.'!2. Representatives from each
church in the two counties are urged
to be present.
. Th;? c-nie: ta:rirr:er:t class . of the
ry::-.:?.n- H -.ine, of .Clayton. N.C., will I
rive a cor. cert here at the Wf.ynes-1
ville Elementary' sc)k;oi :on . Saturday
evening at 8. o'clock. ;
The class is touring" 'the 'state giv
ing these cencerts arid reports 'coming
here-from placesi; where the class: has
appeared say that it is one of the best
picups engaged .. in-' 'f miliar work on
the rt ad. The proceeds from the entsr
trinrr.ent will go t-c help defray the
: : -.-n -e s. of the class.
Rev. L. B. Hayes To Preach
Three Times Next Sunday
Clarence Uurress Is
Buried On Saturday
Funeral services were held Satur
day morning for Clarence Burns, 31,
of Hamilton, Onio, who died m that
city 'ast Wednesday after a long ill-
rlOCC TVlO tOfCV'fli- irun i ljli-tj:l Y)7
, utt.; inv i;v il. o "v. r vo.nmi itu
! Rev. Pruitt, u.'h r-'e ' i - b.- "g
Rev. L. B. Hayes, presiding' eldt f j made at Maple Grove Cemef.rv.
of tfie Waynesville District of the I 'Mr. Bumess was well known in the
e a lew relatives
the o-randson ty
Mi and Mr; Edward J. Robeson,
Jr. arid children, Ruth Curtis. Edward,
rr l Frances, of Newport News, Vir-(rini;-,
arrived Wednesday to visit the
' jjr.trs parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Robeson, at their home cn Love Lane.
I"1 t--:11 rl'o attend the Industrial
f -r.frf nee at Lake Junaluska this
Methodist church South, will preach
at the Cataloochee Methodist church
Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock. Im
mediatelv after the morning worship
(the third quarterly conference will te
held. Dinner will be served on the
church grounds, The morning service
; will be in the nature of a church
; fur the community.
' In the aftennoon the presiding el-
der will deliver another sermon
county and had qui
living here. He wa'
Revival Services Begins
At White Oak Saturday
that revival sen
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preaching at Long's Chapel at Lak3 led by the p?.stor R"
i Junaluska and holding the regular The serv: f f g "r
'third quarter conference at that time, -i ' "
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