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LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
EAST WA YSKSVILLK I'. T. A. ing at the home of Mrs. VV. L Mc-
rjtjtj t j i jr r ! vi.- r i r-.in i.racK'T.. H.DOU'. lourieen mt-moers
Th La.-:t Waynesville I'. T. A. met wer prt?nt at the meeting and the
in regular monthly s-viwn on.Tucs- 'c-on was presented hy Mr- Doyle
.1 , . . . 11 , i n. l tl .:.. .. 1 1 . . .
'my, Jidrcri i.n. ji rn- oieeui: was .aocy
openeo by Mr-. Doyle D. Alley, Pre?- Thi- .:;udy course is one of many
ident. .-ifid aanw -itug America, requirements made by the state for
Reading ':( minute- by the .-ecrctary. Parer.t-Teach'-rs' lations wi.-,h-
ihe treasurer's report ar.d report- :r.s to qualify f.,r -tardard organi
froro ail standing committees followed. '. zt-ti'.r..
",y tr.e room rep- Jr.. r.ext m.t::g oi tr.e .-tti'iy :ja.-:a
vario-j- grade w;:! ie held tomorrow evening at the
s -.k-11 ur.dei- way , ron.e of Mi.-s. Mildred " -,rwford and
:.- r- reiort-'!. . M ' - ' 'r.iwfi.rd will pr'--er.t the lesson.
Ma.-.-n L'-V.n and.-
' ' 'r. ' h If00f ( f MS
-. xi o i i. ilf;t
, - , .. e1' ' u,''-,'av evfci!:n tne Young
;" '' V 'f' ; V.'-, man's Sunday School class, which
t jo'.'!,:- ;of (ait:r; tunas. ,
. , . J ' r. rf-wnt y orgar.:zed at the
Mnrte... - nairni i rerortcd ; ,. , . t . , , .
... 1 .M-tf'.l.'-t '-nurch. met the home of
a. r- ocir:r p. nwJ un... .,. j W.Spurlock. Twenty-four
'ra.-n . . .:;. j tr,f- com- . J
... ' . ! r.:iC .were present.
I n- :iorr,;:.at:r. committee, i -. , i u , , ,
,. . . , . - '. Vv ..si. .JohriNO.t, trie teacner of
, : . led tne devotional.
ar. rctr.rtvi nomination of , i. .,
r';. Ioyi: f ).A;. v or' -ident, Mrs- 1 J .' L
h;-m I', of . v;c.- nr- ;!'!; . .!!-.- Dai?y i . . . , ... . ., . ..
... . . .. . i:rn' i ((' ' ei in it in'-
vi :. j-.:izaoet.n
for new mem .
and -'-vera! a i'
Thi- drive w;i!
a)! patron.-, arc
interest .a tn- v
l-'rorn t.v- '
to perf' ci ol.'t,
hat ji'a'i w re
"DON'T RIDE WILLING
HORSE TO OEATH.' -Rv, ct:
W . Ounlap. Acting u S ...e
tary ot Agriculture op -ocing
Qasoline tax increases ana di
versions, advocates continuing
ederal highway aid oriy to
states which use gasoieie ta
revenues ec:usiveiy tor --oads-'
The mere tact any state taxes
f inds collected from motor je
hicie users ,-ind spenris t
0r any .u'-;occ other nan
nghways. he says, vrgucs
itrong!y t-,it federal ac(- ---. 'c
is not neccied in that ttte."
wou'o i;c r.ei'l
f every mon-h.
.k,i i no.- 'i ;,
.77' '.. ' !.''
o,,s'- i it
FOR SALE, TRADE or EXCHAN'
one lightweight delivery wa
Rock Hill make. In good" coni."
and at a bargain. See Her:::
Kms.'and. Route 2. Wayne-;-,:".
C. Mar ..
LOST Monday night, . bunch of a' o
) keys in leather container on S.
phur Springs Road. Finder pie.,
return to Mountaineer office an I i
ceive reward, i)-lfy,
G I A N r S DEPEND CM
"JAX" COMEBACK: Tra
vis Jc:cKson. ca stain n.-l
' ' U. . ',n.-tHilP if
"F! RST LADY" AT IN,
aosiveit, wearing her
.nai:;:j.-al eoir.ims c
'lesitr Blue" velvet,
'.'no shade ot blue taking
. i'.S name treni the "Firs:
t OR LL r re-h mik eo I
reasonable. W.T. Shelton. p.
Fe'o. l6-2.'i-Mar. 2-9 pd
AUTO TIRE and rim for sale
bargain. Nearly new. Size 4-5
MEN WANTED for Rawleigh P.
of mjO Consumers in cities of '
.nesvilk, Dellwood, Countie
South Jackson and Swain. I
Lie hustler can start earning
weekly and increase every n:
Write immediately. Rawleih
Richmond, Va.. Dept. N. ('. ;..
arotecting a p
ta x ;ca t3
NOTICE OF APPLICATION (
OPERATE .MOTOR VKllK I K ( ;
KIER AND DATE OF HK!;i'v
M ' . .
Ms ; il
The. !:(; Wayic viile Parcni
Tcm hcr A , .j,,;, i;,.;.:tn ; ': r-rics
of ::i'-: ! ... mi m a 'wdy : ,:j)ve on
"Parir Ed,i'-;,!.im,,.!.i:' Fri'lay ev.-n-
' , : is
i l ( V
""it " i
know is ju. t hat I re
rer.- or what 1 near, s
Here a week Or so atro
'Hrvfthlnt: called Syrnp
ent know '; it' it. was j
' in i rur!c-rue sho'V, .j
Well it wa-' all thre.-.
't t' t . i
racki-:. Its sarrwii .
; her of
That's what thi.-
I w I
rani was .iroin;
posers. He wa'
and fears ot tin
is the editor o
the hopes and f
(.here was a Japanese
his name hut .it don't it
-Weil all I
ati in the pa.
e or imagine.
I attended my
osium. I did
oing to he a
r a preaching.
than a'. dozen running our coun-
1 have the
spoke on th
posium is a
-o!,-i- given num
ci'C ibje.s',. Tney
i .lilfereat angle?.
- as anyhow. :
!'' ::d Will Du
one of the yni
aik on the hopes
' h t. i liow 11
Was to speak on ;
of China. Then !
I don't know
like any differ
fears of Japan
. Then there was a fellow from Aus
. tralia that was supposed to give a
summary. Well he did hut it Was of
Australia;. Instead of explaining what
the ethers had been talk
for the last two or three hours, whvl
he sold tickets to Ausi alia, and durned
if he dideni do it pretty good too. He
said A ust ralia was purely a white
manV eounti ,, a i 1 that t'uj w re try.
ing. to make a high edass country out.
of it. Th'y wanted immigration; but
immigrants with some kind of "Whos
VV ho" record liehind 'em, lie said
that Australia was the: Only country
that was. going to feature class in pop.
' ulation. He showed that it is a very
, fine country.
usti.ilu w a line pi ice. Its ono
of the next places I am going to head
for. Its beautiful, the people are
c-ongemal and hospitable, and no one
making a tour of any length should
miss it. It is 'truly a white man's
country. There is only six and half
million people there, but that's enough
people. Who wants more people than
that? I wish I had lived in this'-coun.
try when there was only six and a
half million. I may yet. You can't
tell. . A lot of 'cm that have the fare
are walking out on us mighty fast
Well first was Durant. He is just
about our best writer, and I had read
all his articles in the Saturday Even
ing Post on Russia. Me is the most
fearless writer that has been there. He
tells you just what its ike. He makes
a mighty fine talk. Onc of the most
interesting lecturers we have, and a
He said Russia hopes to make
Russia industrial like us. They
want to manufacture everything.
Well that will bo the end of
Vm if they get like us. Their
fears seemed to be by the ones
in charge afraid the other 139
million would get wise to 'cm, because
there is less than a million running
the country, but lord they claim there
Chester Rowellwho spi
made a fine ta k. Com-un h l,.,,i ik-,
l.e-t subject. There is something about
' hmarnan that evervbodv feels s,,rrv
'em., and there is no nation in ih
'1 that needs sympathy less. China
he trettinrr alnn ukn r
tne 25th century Will be digging and
wondering what kind of apes inhabited
i. -us country along about the nine
ti enth century. Rowell showed that
China had no fears of the ultimate
future, but was just a little uneasy
: spout local conditions for the moment.
I Weil then come the. Japanese who
j.'-spoke. He was a very pleasant man,
; '-! all a I-'.-. They are the nicest peo-
.; over there you ever saw. Hos
pitality toward you is just plum suf
focating. Well this fellow said that
it was Russia that they were affraid
of, and that was why they were tak
ing over Jehol, and Manchuria, it was
.o keep Russia from gobbling 'em up,
as. they have already done with outer
-Mongolia. He of cour-'c couldent offer
much reason for his country taking
all. bis but he was nice and pledsant
ib .jt it, said he knew his country was
in bad as far as public opinion was
concerned, and they give him" a big
hand, at the finish.
All in all it was fine Symposium
lit. von Kleinschmidt. the president,
and piodu.ei of the best football team
m America, the Tiojans, was the
oastmastcr, and did a lovely and gra
cious job. He gave 'em all a'nice bxst
and asked 'em if they had a son that
was a good athlete to send 'em to U.
All this exchange of talk is a lot of
honey. It changes nobody or elects no
opinions, but its kinder like weath
' ' talk it does no harm. But a Sym
posium is pretty good- If one ever
travels through your town and plays
there, go hear it. Its the old cracker
barrel! arguments over again.
McUought Syndicate, Inc.
if . "
cate, authoi izin
ir vetiic'les foi' :
r.s between Wa
Sylya to Topt ri. p.;
)osa, iu;s; and -Tpo.
.', 2u8, over the pubij,.-.
e. intervening towns
: - . - J. ;UK!
it ion 'Commission will
on the said applicati,
: .Raleigh, N". C, on '
21, 1933, at 10.00 a,
diol Above, V.
M E n I GA
wood's i, icct valuable
makeup secrets by r .1
E. Meadow, now b.-oadca3t;n j
demonstrates with vivacious
'''; 'harles' ' Almendfnger of Mai ioio
own- a dog that .has an extra "t;
several inches long, growing; from
Ease week in the article about the
death of Mrs. R. C r, .inor. !i tvnn.
Ki aphital error, was made, the naturr '
in w men was rather embarrassing to
rl he Mountaineer. We are indeed sor
ry that t.l error appeared.
In the same article the name of
Mrs. Anna Schenck was omitted as
one of Mrs. Liner's sisters.
During the past seven years, Lin
coln county poultry growers have sold
700,000 pounds of surplus poultry for
a total income to the farmers of $151,-
The whole family will enjoy the
Jigsaw Puzzles to be found each
week in TIIK BALTIMORE SUNIMY
AMERICAN. Iiuy your copy from
our local newsdealer or newsboy.
Senior Cla,-s held it's annual
election, of' class superlatives on
Thursday, Feb. S. '.Miss Rosalyn Ray
was elected the piettiest girl in the
class, while .Miss Louise Moodv le
her a very close race. James Davis
was elected over Alfred Khune, as the
handsomest boy. VVhile both ooys
were very popular, Alfred was some
wh't handicapped . in. that he i new
to the school 'and is not so well, known
nmonir In p-irly mu hn' c Jim
Although there was some diffirultv
in th" counting of ballots, every vote
was counted as accurately as pos
sible., ..'Following is the final results of the
'lit ction : .
Prettiest Girl-Rosalyn Ray.
Pest all-round girl Lib Sheehan.
Best sport Lib Sheean.
Most attractive-Rosalvn Ray,
Most popular Louise Moody.
' utest Franco -i Rose
Most indifferent May Burgess.
Biggest flirt---Carmen Plott.
.Swrwd net T.rMllC'J TV, n At-uf r
II. Most dependable-Louisa Thack-
Mft'-t dignified Mary Webster.
Most studious-Iean Morrison.
Laziest girl Virginia Allison.
Mo't timid Martha McCrackcn,
Best natured Lib Sheehan.
B(st Athdete Myrtle Calhoun.
Neatest girl Frances Rose,
Most conceited Jean Morrison. ..
Peppiest girl Lib Sheehan.
Biggest pest Jean Morrison.
Biggest grouch Carmen Plott,
W. T II S. Venus Rosily n Ray
Most talented Marv Glee" Fergu
son. Friendliest girl Louisa Thack-
Gold-Digger Carmen Plott.
Most sentimental Hattie S. Free
man. Best gum chewer Louisp Moodv
Rest looking bov Jim Davis.
Best all-round boy Paul Davis.
Best sdo' i. Porter Greenwood.
Most attractive Jim Davis.
Most popular ITarrv Brendle.
Cutest. TTnrrv "Rrinfl!r
7. Most indifferent Kermit Murray.
S. Wittiest Matt Ketner.
9. Sweetest KrwiI' Murray.
10. Shiek Kermvi ' n-rav.
11. Most dependaple- Paul Davis
Most studious Sam Carswell.
Most dienified Alfred Khune.
Laziest bov Kermit Murray,
Most timidDavid Bovd.
Best natured Jim. Davis.
Best athlete Porter Greenwood
Neatest bov T. it Murrav.
Most conce.t, i. .rrv Brendle.
Penniest liov fiivirirn T,Tir.k
- - - - v. -- '
21. Big-gest pest George MeCracken.
jLZ. Biggest grouch soott Reeves,
Students Observe First Meeting of The
"Better English" Homemaking Insti
Week In Schools ,tute Will Be Held 12th
(Cantinued from Page 1)
or ;i foreign .."ya" or '"yeh" or
'..'..That. I will do iny best to im
prove American, speech by enhucia.
ting distinctly and by speaking pleas,
anly and sincerely.
4. I bat I will try to make my coun
try's laneuaee lieniitifiil fnv fhr mnnv
boys and girls of foreign nations who
come here to five.
5. That I vviir learn In , sii-tjenlaJn
ciirrectly one Word a day for one year.
MY h Mti I ASH (Khh
I believe 'that the English language
is Worthy of mv admiration, rosnpet
I believe it is possible for me to
n)(ak mv native lanenntre enrreptlv
fluently and forcefully.
I believe that this takes time, pa
tience: and care-
I believe that slime i lnnomnrrn in
the making and that until it is made
it is not proper lor children to use.
l Deiieve that the use of slang kills
one s power to sneak -fluent.lv.
And Answers On
A project scheduled for the Wom
en's, clubs of America for the month
of March is the Homemakers Institute
A prize of $10 is offered by the chair
man ol the American Home Depart,
ment of the General Federation, for
the best program outline for a Home
makers Institute submitted by any
club or group of clubs.
The purpose of this project is to
study the best and
methods of making homes and Ui
raise the standard of living.
Ihe Community Club, the Woman'-
flub, and the Cme League ot
W aynesville are sponsoring the move
ment in ; this community. The class
Will he taught by Miss Louise Ed
wards, and the nlace of mpptinrf will
in tne Home Economics rooms at
Question; What kind and amount of
fertilizer should use for Irish pota
toes on sand v loam soil?
Answer: Use a mixture of 7 percent
phosphoric acid, 5 percent ammonia,
iind 5 percent potash For best re
sults, use 2,000 pounds to the acre
and mix well with the soil before the
potatoes are planted. A sid0 appli
cation of laO pounds of sulphate of
ammonia or 200 pounds of nitrate
of soda should be made when the
plants are fium 4 to i inches high
uie township high shool.
All ladies who are interested in this
class in homemaking are urged to at
tend tne first meetinp.. -htWU ,,.;n k
held Monday, March 12, at 3:15 o'clock
ai tne nign school building. At this
time ilehmte nlans as in n,v,ot
t the work to be Studied will be de
cided upon, tne time for meeting etc
will be discussed. It is hoped that
.heie will be a large attendance
and that the group may achieve
real good from the study of
the vital nrohl
Mrs. B. D. Bunn,
Chairman of Education.
Miss Louise Edwards,
Phone 1W Main St
Waynesville, N. V:
I iuuiHMra-iiii mm mmi mi i 1 1 'iji'lil'iri'ini
A. BRADLEY , N
(Question: What Causes blood snots
in eggs and how can this condition
be remeuied ?
Answer: Eggs with blood clots or
.spots appear during the season of
heavy production and are minnl H,.
the rupture of a blood vessel in the
ovary. There is no way of correct
ing this condition but the eggs can
be detected by candling and removed
from those offered for sale. This con
dition, however, is only temporajry
and is not- consistent! f,m,t u
....j ivunu in me
product of any one bird
23. W. T. II. S. Apollo Kermit Mur.
24. Most talented Paul Davis.
25. Friendliest Ray Burgin '
27. Most sentimental Harry Brendle.
iKsi Kum cnewer scott Reeves.
WWNESVILLE, N. C.
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