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H as More Paid-ln-Advance Subscribers In Haywood County Than All Weekly Sewspapers Combined
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1933
mYAND COUNTY City Will Accept
yfi i oAitfifiKr, Checks For Wa
Checks For Water
And Light Bills
nle-s Extension Is Made, The
Hank Here Will Open In
,NK OFFICIALS MAKE
CHANGE FOR PATRONS
Vahinfelon Officials State That
Vctunl Money Will Be Used
In Mace of Scrip
.... " ;tieiis' of Haywood county
. ' W bunking holiday calmly imd
v'ra-ly. llioif not being the lea-t bit
Dm yVindav morning when the news
,' ,..ui that the banks of the na-
v. rv t' be closed for lour Hays,
vY"om the country came to town
',' Vv,,' mre about th0 holiday. Mon
.,).,; wa the only day that there was
n. u-Vabltf increase in the crowus
i, 'streets, and it being the lirst
v.' v and the regular meeting day
.iK: county commissioners was re
.',.,'Ji Me for many of them being here
..U'.h.mt :!" enme in one group to see
';,l,ul a proposed road in. the lig.on
lion of the county.
The anion of - the people was not
. , upared with that, ol Novein
lH., . Tr:i when a number -i banks in
Mn.-wftir-n closed their doors.
late dispatches from Washington
- - i M' i i .... V o,,i I n
. 1 1 . Sect clary 01 nwu.,
Mavor C. U. Atkinson an
nounced vesterdav that the city
clerk has been instructed to ac
cept cheeks on the local bank
in payment of light and water
Tlie city tax collector, Walter
Ferguson, was also notified to
accept cheeks on the local bank
for the payment of town taxes.
It is understood that only a
small percent of the patrons
nav their light and water bills
tv'' cheek.-, therefore, little Uiffi
ei'iltv is exnected in collecting
Now Ready To Help
Farmers (Jet Loans
s s. Williams Savs Maximum
Loan Is S300. I rank 1' er.nusoii
To Make Out App'u-ations.
To Be Appointed
Office Oi Tax Supervisor, Audi
tor And Tax Listers Will
Commissioner Frank Davis left
Wednesday for Raleigh to get certi
fied copies of the bills recently passed
bv the (ioncral Assembly relative, to
1 1 a v wooi il conntv. and the changes
inaile in offices in the county. Special
interest has been shown in the crea
tion of the tax supervisor.
Soon after. Mr.. Davis returns, the
noard of commissioners expect to
make .appointments to til! the- new
name the auditor ami
f,. t ontine' term
I l.t 'B'lilation.s for I'd
production loans have been i
tiV Secretary of Agriculture
now available to fanners
e unity l!.'!i rclir.s; to .. ,S.-
Vivid ln-pcctor of .the Crop
l he appoint
i, but. won!.
w'nu-ld be r
nf tax upc
i-h ,..i the :
;-. vi he apa
ui nt s
Are Now At Work
Site Committee And House Plan
Committee To Meet A sain
The two committees appointed last
Friday night for working out plana
for a community house ioi Waynes
ville and vie nitty will meet in the
commissioner's room at the courthouse
l.'.i.iiv niVht, -at S o clock to near im
ports of the committee on selecting
the site and the committee appoint
ed to submit plans lot' '.he Inntding.
i the meeting last Frid.iy night
K. 11. Slt'etche.. was named genev
diaii man nf i h'.- io'oject and -Mrs
!' KirlvPati n k was named record
c. ret m y,
"he i iiminitti , .named for .selecting
M'.e was eo'.apo-ed of Mrs. ,. M.
ic, Mi-. 'I'. ! liwyn, and J. M.
t'",' ..' I'hi-- committee .is schod-
,i 1., ,,.! -it !::;( this afternoon ami
to'- the uu
City Election Will
Be Held Un May z
At a meeting
and the board tit
Thursday, it was
the citv election t
if the mayor
n- the election
: lie audi
ml currency would be circu-j
i hi the place ot script- or mun ,
U Hovd; president of the First
;nal Hank here stated i)i an in
with this paper that 'nobody
will lose any money m the r a m 1
tional Hank."' ' j
M-. liovd also stated That with-j
drawals last Saturday' were very little,.
different from the average .viui n...
and that the deposits were norma .
"'rive people seem calm and taking
it all in the best of nature," he con
tinued. The First National Bank ollieials
have been accommodating their cus
tomers by making change for them and
iti'-o accepting payment on drafts as
specified by the treasury department
Unless further extension is made
for national banks, the bank here will
up n 1 inlay moining as the fom-day
banking .holiday proclaimed by l res
ilent Roopevelt Sunday, will be up at
It is the general belief here of busi
ness men as well as some banktis,
that an extension will be made on
the holiday until some definite ac
tion can be taken by Congress which
meets today. ,
I'racticallv everyone thought that
strict restrictions would be made gov
erning withdrawals. ,
.Tiiera! survey of the business
houses showed little decline in busi
ness. Most of the business houses
were accepting checks for . amounts
of merchandise bought.
Postmaster T L. Green stated that
onlv a few had withdrawn money from
the postal savings department, and
that those taking their money out
v le doing so for a little needed ia-n
"We noticed very little change in
business except for an increase in
.. rVmin tnres and oil
companies are sending money orders
to the home offices," he continued.
"We are meeting all demands im
MthdiavaK of postal saving but so
far they have been verv small. 1 he
people are taking the situation ti y
calmly," he concluded.
Groups of business men stated at
different intervals in conversation
u- ow nrt.01. that, tbev felt that
this was the beginning of better busi-
taei ortict-. Mr. W illi'am
jl r. Willia m - ina'tie ilio
of wti.ing tn V.'
of the V.' gion;
i; n:er.. can olilam U'.e nec
innatkm ahouf the rcquiia
ct from liii'. Application
a reviewed bv the ciiunfy
! WOU'ii j
v, being i
i tlir j
-, tha.t have
ar.u 1 1 : cc a
. F. Isu'k
il .liaVv i
nied to submit
I iiuiiiling weiAi
, I lirest tie'ol'ge,
iiciuber of this
. .several plaup
of a Mayor and tine,, members
of the board of aldermen be held
on Tuesday, May J.
Frank 1- Ferguson was nam
ed registrar ol the election, and
,1. C; Patrick .md W. .1. Camp
bell wt'ie named judges.
No definite announcement was
made as to who any of the can
didates would be, but it is under
stood that several have express
ed themselves of then inten
t ion of being candidates.
Sin.e there remain-, ies.-. than
two months hefoii' the election,
i; i expected t hat the candi
dates will soon n aiakini'; their
'Ph.. nie-ci: ,-uv ollieials are:
Mayor. C A. Atkinson; Alder-tte-'i,
li. 'I'. Aleuser. 1'- N. Maie.'
and .1. M. Palmer. i
Ijiivk insurance Finn
oni j. AL en ton
:'e..-r;tMT I illSl tl'f S Will IU ill -
i ictl On In ( oniu'i t mil v ilii
c:il Ksliilc r.usiiK-ss.
Would OrKanie Wayiu'sviHe
District ChamIor Ol ( m-
nu'iu' In Immediate Dit.
or II. INKS PLANS IN
LETT KU TO THIS I'Al'KU
Now Civic Organization Would
Have Everv oi;ition liepie
st'tided On Hoard '
to the writi i t hat th:
vicinity should nre;ani.e an aiiveiti;
intr mediunv, for instance, a Waynes
wile District Chamber of Commerc.
ciiaiprisiii"- and takine; 'oi Lake .lima
hr ka, M affile, llcllwood, and all west
,i . i 'i ml IJni..- in- ni vbe
;lyra' -ville and Ivy Hill Tow in
a their eotire':,'.
i hat !. ni. u. c tin
Some liiereHiinf tveiM kn Lite
d .ni've very body
:c ciialines an oppoi ! unity to
, uf the uriiani'.alion thereby
a - ceopcia.tive inidy !' souls
all to benefit by the park
et'ier I'uftered ninveinein - "'
, uordinatio'i would, i!'
ill. lead lo unlimited benel'tt
ceaiinueity at lano-. 1 be
t this iiio ellient could he sir.
titf meed if properlv ader,
In t ad
Tim . ti.iunknno comnaiiv here ie-
iioucl businc-s wa- normal and no
increase in long distance tolls had
i ntnA ,ir.ir.o- tVin nast few days.
1.11 IIV'Ll.Vi VI A- 1. v.. v. i
" Business is going on in a regular
lnanner," an ofhcial stated.
The manager of Western Union
i.bv, rto-oH that ,ii little increase in
messages was noted Monday, but since
back to normal.
"Practically no money at all is being
sent bv wire from Waynesvnlle." it
While nearby cities were experien
cing a number of robberies, the city
,.ia, .Urt-iflrv rlonartments here
. fJUUCt: lllll Sliviui o
had not received a single such call
from residents or business nouses oi
tho county. Although several places
outside of the county called here for
local officials to be on the lookout ror
alleged criminals that were thought
would pass through the city.
Word received here from Canton
w-s that "everybody was smiling and
lingly happy and looking for a
d to have taken
nart in robbing a Sylva store were
arrested in Canton by Canton police
and members of the sheriff's depart-
a. li!!li'.tuU i
committee then certified imd towanl
ed to the' regional ollicc at Washing
ton for final apiiroval and action.
"The regulations this year specify
that only those who cannot get loans
i lsewhere are eligible for loans 'from
the $1)0.000,000 fund authorized by
congress. Loans can be u-ed only
for crop production, and reipiire the
terrower to reduce his acreage of
cash crops ISO per cent under last
year, unless ho does not intend to
"plant more than K acres of cotton, 2Vi
ai-ros of tobacco, 20 acres of corn, 2
acres of truck crops, 8 acres of pota
, .s and 1" acres of wheat.
"The maximum permitted to ally I
one person this year is $30.0.00. or in
lac case ot tenaius, ine mmi m"'")
to t Hants of any one landlord within
a single county cannot exceed $1200.00.
Tiic actual amouiit advancetl by 'the.
authorities- will -depend upon the bor
rowers requirements. A 'first lien or
mortgage on the crop will be reouired.
The regulations require that loi'.ns be
vejiaid on or before Oct, tllst, 11K!:1.
Interest, at 5 Vis per cent deducted in
advance, will be charged.
"Since the loans call for a hrst lien
on "the crop as security, the borrower
frequently has to procure waivers
from prior mortgages or rights. If the
applicant is a tenant, or is farming
contract for deed or. SO-
...,n. ,1 Tiritrnet.. or has given a
. .iii.i . ,
orior mortgage on his lil.'.o mps, tnt
'.,;.,,it;.,nl: ctiito In. must secure th
'....:..,.,... tii. Mutual owners of the
land, and all prior mortgage holders.
11.' the applicant is the owner ot tht
and and farms it with tenanis or
nhare croppers waivers tit i-uiii ien-
-nt or share croppers must - bo se
cured The regulations turtner sjicti-
' that the person waiving hih. pntn
ights must agree not to, dispose of
his rent note- mortgage, or other se-
f-,ritv without lirst naving ooianieci
he written consent ot a duly auinoriz
d. agent, of the Secretary of Agricul
ture. . ,
"TUc vuor.ilhtintis make it. uniawiu.i
for any person to dispose ot any crops
given as security tor any nui ia.
and provide lor nne ami i"i '-'"
rceulations al o leuuirt tn it each
l.m rowpr ncree to plant a gainen loi
his home use and sufficient acreage
to furnish feed for live stocK.
Since headquaitirs are m untamed
t womiocvillo .for several counties.
and for the convenience of the farmers
o. th s county, aiiangtmenis iwve
H. n made with Frank Ferguson at
the court house, to make out ..applica
tion's for this county. Farmers will
find the forms, and information needed
at his office.
Since the borrowers are required
to pay the registration ami noiai.y
fees this year, it is suggested they
L . t t.Vi time the application is
made. If not it requires a special
trip to the court house to mm wit-
i-- 'Ihe 1 !i
c hi'.! actor
lived in H:
tin! often visit
ami others who
:f i ' I i e 1 1' -11
...'lie 1'V ''l
i I! v: .1. A
.n. the- int.'it'stinn character va
John Mehatfey, a s blacks nnth v. b
lived about one niib sout h nt ay
iiesvii near- llaxelwood, nod nm a
kiwU- of smithing ami repai v'.
,lis chief hobby was hell ni; -sine
vshich he was an expei.f and ns I.HI
were in great' demand t hi oin'liout th
He had a t raving f'oi
uew" as he termed it,
cd Aunt Debby McGet
disposed of the stun. . . ,
I'urehasitig his favorite drink, ol
which he would then jiartitke reely,
he would go home at night when it
was about time to retire, in ww i.
li. wne whi.M mm. w is in..t
.epiimand him hi the sever, i tennr.
tie would (ienianu ii.-i -y
the threat of break, in- a P ale .or .
saucer or some neeessaiy. " " ;
ar-.u-le. Tibia retused to heed.
.vainine: an i he woultl -ar.y out h,
.hreats'. result was a i.i.il.oii !
ihe time they weie witn.n.i .'"'""
.-Hllicient for the laiuny u".
h":W'' i... .., home very
.Tintd and Tdda went into
a rage, and as colt ee was aa e .. ..
'. '"h . ,. .i...a,;,r ho woultl i-top
Ptc i rnih, ttiiimi.if, . -
,.. ,l,,.t..,t ,h,! to destroy the '.'
' . , l i i ;.. C'.iled to heed 111
effect, he threw the con nee ' --
i ',.... vi.ru carelii! Wfiei
noor am. hoc " m's, --.7 . M
v. ' ..v,.,l his foot he ran the spout
"e iv"-"-". , . :.. c...i 'I n. re
ef the pot thiougn ins . . . ,.
. .... '. i,,i. T. called n Iddn lot
She drew; the spout out oi. hi
I'".'.1', , . . , .. i... ,. doctoring, to do
. I 110.1 nan ,,. .- ,
and .I'.hnT. tr-ated h.mse! ,a
for sometnne, . aim. vauuv - .
a regular customer.
George In Training
Boys For Meeting
...... . .. . ..,..,,..,n-.il vesterdav.
that I O O'MalUy, toimer profc -llTd
boxe was now -",h'n'
in training the boxing ami w. ;-
class of local boys lor the annual
t.uraament which wil . '.e h-ld m
Vcvilk on Mirth 21 2.
lht loctl team will rav. ' 1 I,rt
name m eich of the tla-c arid
l p"r' a mathbcttei t im than
' lst year , irntf I in invita-
( hrest ijeoige. " ? ,ho
t,on to anvonc wishing : to join Ihe
tla- to get in toucn w.ut . -ate
no expends attatheu to tho clais
:arttick:es; Found -Ret'ently
.Vuisse's is Said
l. II. I nclei wood ssavs Mini Mas
sov Used Ditlerenl ivpe Ol
CailrulKes Than '1 hose
I ouim! Ueeentlv.
' I USUI..
; in .KM.
n i . 1 1 i ..
aiil'ht the ' Way
1 1 re-,
('eoi:le hy the
and miiuireil at
flic,, about tht
ntlv found in
thought to Iv.iVi
Sam .Massey. a
the days of 'do,
Among the interested ,
gating th,. possibilities
ridges having been the
Mn ni Massev. was. M, il
core have stoppt'd
four cartridges rec
a t'reviee nf a rock
heei. Ilu. iiionert v of
I'ainous character of
jf the ('.art
pi:opi'.rt.y ' td'
Mr I Older who, I
idges were mil lit.e
'Saul's cart) idges
these," lie said when
Sam's 'gun was. a
these cnitridues are
Well, acfpiainted with
t ys t hni
win t' larger than
inspect ing them,
sinule .- I'.i.l and
made for a l'i
aio, by Hi. Nev
it iiiive L at i iii!'
in. oi ance I'O mi ;' in I
iile eiiiiniain handled
. '.n ance.
The linn of I'.radley I la is i-, eom
posed of W" A liriitlley and Ii." N
Davis, both wiil known in thi.-. count y-..
It was' stated tiiat ; the new firm
would carry on ail liusim -s of Ihe
hrm and that the change in ownership
Would not ' ll'eet in aiiy way Inisines:.
thai has heen transacted hy the form,
er nia nagei' and iiwiic.''.
Mr. Newton has no delinite plans
ft, r the futii'-ei he said. Ho intends
to remain in Wayncsville for "'orne
.inn-, and .possibly permanently.
Week In Schools
"'Hie .Speaker's Ten ( omniaml-nu-nts.
(ieid And Pledge"
Are I si'd As (-Hide.
- each at,, -i i li'ioe.
i. v. ia- iiis'hc ee a
lie . I tie ! -ai'iv
' ,',ei .i ni.-e the
, . I a in - a n i i 0
' Tbi. will be
I lie einpl'iyinelli
n v ami hear olbi'
..I'lee-'. that I ho
ucat iioi-. such as
eallor; , land owlle
n f .a a a l
aiul iiiiceltaneons, organie ami
,,,.,, ii.t Sinn,- reiireseniai.iv
"i'i" . , ',.
i i,,,i., ...wiu.fi ive lint it's
....n-eventalive from theii
in lieu of
the ill recto!
. i ,.,,a i,,,,
t F I in1 ui'""j .......
could be belter servetl sliouiil a "
,.,, -a rv to appoint special Commit
tees lor special purposes they.
...... ,1.1 l. ...iiiiiieleiif tt do tllli
COlllse. lliiiini . r- .
With an active ami .ati-iniio
tarv much detail, work woultl be
I'roiiv the shoulders of the board
ing them free to utiliw
in more profitable way
retary woultl, ol com.-
in un- in.o'j -- , .
... ...l.. I., li... unilllllel as l
with us, HOC otll.V n. ee-
been the case Iteretotore. bu.
f..ii . .. It is very i
of di I'
;i ..,ilh Ihe nresident
t , I II I I. I ! ...... . I
il,,. mi'lhod ol electing
irs from tin
floor. -ami by
1 if ted
, ill visi'
shot gun," he continued. .
Mr. Underwood's fathei
UnderW'ood, was shot, by Massey when
Sheriff I'i. ink Davis and his party:
were trying to capture Massey.
'he bullet that struck Mr, Under
wood weighed an ounce. He lived
many years after-being shot, however.
The'ciirti itlges were recently found
by Sam AH'lton, and are on display tit
'l:e Mo'.mtttineer office.
Fire Damages House
Fire Sunday morning at 9:40 o'clock
as people, were going to Sunday
School, stlest royed the roof ami other
wise damaged the home of Deck Bry
ant 't'L'i'o. ii.i the negro section ot
W.,1.,.sv-i11.e The estimated loss is
i. t, S'r,() wnd S500 with no insu-
ra a e... The ii re. d isco ve red i n th e roof,
was supposed to have been caused by
a defective flue.' The tire department
fvpontled quickly and reached. . the
Irai'kliiig as it burst into, flames from
the i.-.f. In a short while the fire was
"mier Control. All furniture was
K STERN STAR OITICEKS
Governor J. C. Bo Ehringhaus ex
tended the North Carolina banking
holiday to four days to conform with
the federal bank holiday period.
Play To Be Given
At Junaluska On
Friday Night, 7:45
The Junaluska Parent-Teacher
A.-ia'ion arc sponsoring .a play,
"Th" p'nster's Conversation," at the
I ' ;.:;,. a school Fritiay night at
7:15. , , ' ,
The plav is full of laughs from the
beginning to the enu, .aim i
tainment that I will make you forget
your troubles, one of the sponsors said.
A small admission price of 10 and
15 cents will be charged.
he sain. , , .!,
nmktuU a t held tveij mi,-
Snlo RpcrinS At
9 O'clock Friday
In the adveTTolumn. oj th.j
week's paper, , l,e . , , ;
Stole announce uie p' h
Removal Sale, which begins r.day
morning at 9 o'clock. .
Hugh Massie, manager of the htore,
i.i M;. f,n h. entire stocii
sam mat. ., . i Thp
had been reduced for this sale. Ihe
owners 0f the store are ma."
effort to reduce their stock and cl
nate the expense of moving it into
their new building which is expected
to be completed in 30 or 40 .daj.s.
iWork on thc new building has been
progressing nicely during the past
week, Mr. Massie stated.
Wdvnc-villi hapttr No 10) Oi
d'l of 'he lastti Star, was honoicd
Thui"-d iv evening by a visit from the
Di-tri' t Deputy Grand Matron of this
district Mrs Minnie K Lewis a mem
ber of Easter Star Chapter No. 2,
sheville. who made an inspirational
address to the chaptei and visitors
Accompanying the District Grand
Matrrn were Robert Marshall, Mary
Marshall, and Ruth H.Morris, all of
rs ri.onii.r Nn. ?.. Asheville: hm-
ma B Bramlctt, of Asheville Chapter
No 191; B.B, York and Maude U
iun;, otntpl meetina' Inursuay
night, Waynesville Chapter No. 165
.h . . . f!i,ir,cr nfficprs to serve
eiecveu uie """"" -----
for the next year Ruth Green worthy
matron, W J Campbell, worthy pa
tron; Ruth Burgin, associate matron,
J M ewton, associate patron; ;bdna
McGeen, ' secretary; Mary Oakes.
treasurer ; Bernice Parses, conduc
tress; and Ada Palmer, associate conductress.
l'tipils of the Waynt -ville i '-w.. tlip
.:,.,,,l,i lhi week all, n! i.-e IV i lilt ''"l.lct-
ter Knglish y,'et'k." and are usi-iigt.hu
following ten rule-, as a -tamlanl. The
pieilge anil, creed is.'alsh iiing -tud-it
il and eiiiphasied:
s7 I A A.S A. A ( ''I" Wl
. Hegin with a positive, eoneret!',
striking -statment. Tell your audi
ence something at the. .start that will
;.,. :,li,.'i.lv i ret attention.
I. Hold the attention by employing
:s many eleineiit "!' sai 'ety as po
sthle, especially the eoncrete.
:l He concise. Avoid . tieing tne
.some. Try. to make or." word do the
work of twos
1. Use plain language.:"-.'Avoid: hne
phrases. You .'ire not there to giv
the audience an ear' full but a mind
5. Talk; to tin .simpie- intelligence
in the audience:, yon win tow n ev. j
thing higher up.
ti. Taik to the hack, row of the au
dience: you will . reach everythinr
clost r in.
: 7. Be natuval ami direct. Sinct.-rfc
it.7 wfn.rs im lrills. .
' y ,,., i. ol,,., !,- and. tdeaiiv. A
jumbled . sentence a w at ted sen
ti Do not i'oriict live centra
t limi.rhr, nt vour sneech, . anil no not
let. tr,e audience forget it-
10. Kinish strong and sharp.
l-I.F.DCEK FOIl CIllLDliKN
I i,i il,o ITnilcd Stiles e.f Amen
ca 1 love my country'.-, flag. I love my
i TVint I iv i 11 not d' I'oner my
nmin.rv'a snepch bv leaving off the
loot oi.lloVilp nf words.
2. That I will pav good American
"yes" and "no" in place of an Indian
( ( out ue ott n ire t '
.timate the imoiint oi ,
Wiiiild come 'from the 1 '
tact of a tacit ui set l ei...
The average tourist, u
,, , w i h;
per l l lilll iii", ' .... v.-
e-etting in touch with wiaievei "
desires might be, from business
. . i : . .la.i.moili I'd When 11
ho i iv. aim im ui. -re
.Iocs net get this service, an" -'
j.have, with the Great Sinokv
tains National Park, golt
hot, Is. antl other (Idd-giv.-n
......... ,i v....i,i. to mi' that
truly asleep; to our advitntagr
,..i... aniK in this
VC SOIIII l.nv: . .
bv this or .some other method.
' 1 should like to, have your
.... i.,e.ll as all of the leaders
,'cti.m to this suggestion '.
. i.u, ... -iwriision a- r-v
method to bring it. about. .
( i un i '-
d. if fa
Here Since Jan.l
since .lanuaiy i. t."
.-.ml Unth Sue Gntt
li, a-. Villaue 'e
l'el! Waueti of .( anti
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uh ' i f f 1 ' '
SurieM of ( an on.
11 Summey. and
bone of Canton.
Mavie I.iiwerv in ' a
Frank P,u.:''net-fe, ,
Thplinn Chambers of
IT n I) s ' II
guson of l ines Oreek.
Pi.nl 11 Alleti of Candle:
lis ot ( anton.
't t - in 1 I
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Passed Away Friday
Tennertil services were held Sunday
at Vnvn Prepk for Mrs. William
FiTirhpr. 7o. who died at her home
on Crabtree Saturday.
j, j.vr-1-t Ferguson and Rev.
Von conducted the funeral.
Tin tieccased is survived by , her
husband. William Fincher. and four
children, Charlie, John, Cameron, anu
fitd I "
M ti ' K
1 I .
of ( anton.
Wilt I 8
i 1 W n
i-i.-ress of Heaver.iam. and
la'Tidall ot Weodrew.
, and M.iir'.e lloitzclaw
io r,T arh'if.n
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jones. Jr, was buried at Turpin's
Chapel last Saturday.
1 lA'OV (.' ML'SSh'H VIES
Aaron C- Mcsser, 75, of White Oas
parsed awav last week. Detailed in
forma'ion could not be had in time for
this week's paper.