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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
PAKEST-TEACHER COUSCIL TO
Superintendent A. J. Hutcnin if
h Canton schools will be the speak
er at the- rejrular monthly meeting of
the Wavnesville Township Parent
Teacher' Council, Monday evening
March 27, at 7:.'!0 o 'flock. The place--f
'he meeting1 will be the countv court
All Parent-Teacher Associations are
urged to send representatives. The
membership of the civic and religious
organizations in the community, u
well as the general public, is cordially
invited to attend. Mr. Hutchins being
an able and interesting speaker, we
are ure that no one will want to miss
hi -splendid address on educational
topic of vital interest to all.
Judgf and Mrs. V. J. Rose and
laughter. Miss Myrtle Rose, and Mr.
and"Mrs. Adrian McCune, of Miami.
Florida were week-end guests at the
Mr. W T. Reagan and Mr. Knight,
of the State Highway Commission,
engineers for the Roco Gap Road, have
arrived in Waynesville and stopping
at the Hotel LeFaine.
Mr and Mrs. W. G. Byers have
moved from the Kirkpatru-k Apart
ments to a cottage on East j-treet
where they will spend the summei
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Strickler. of
Austell, (ieoipia. are gueut at ttau
Morning Prayer and Sermon at
Grace Episcopal church next Sunday
at 11 o'clock.
The service will be conducted by a
member of the Brotherhood of St. An
drew. Trinity church. Ashevib.
Prp-inVnt Roosevelt siirneii the .1.2
per cent ln-er bill Wednesday atternoon
at - o clock, using tour pens bet ore a
battery of news cameras and news
papermen. Earlier in the day Vice
President Garner and Speaker of the
House. Rainey. had placed their sig
natures to the bill. This makes beer
legal The act goes into ctlect in l.r
days, according to President Roosevelt.
Beer Stamps Are
Now Being Printed
The Treasury was so sure that beer
wi'. be leagal soon that beer revenue
4 imps are being printed, members of
' 'i nirt tss wore informed Monday.
The stamps are' being sandwiched in
f.c: -veen the various issues of Federal
Reserve bunk notes, which have kept
-h liureau of Engraving and Print. -iri'j
working night and day for weeks.
Giuseppee Zangara. the little Italian
immigrant who hated all governments,
was ele.'tru.'Ute.i at i:L" a. m. Monday
morning for murdering Mayor Anton
J. Ceimak, of Chicago in an attempt
to assinate president Roosevelt.
Shei iff Dan Hardie, of Hade county,
where the attemnted nssisination took
ri'it'l.' ri'Kt'ni' if enrh'CH ' I Plac0' ttlll'w tlu' switch which sent
Some thirty witnesses were present
when the electrocution took place.
Zangara's last remarks were prac
tically the same line of thought which
he has , repeatedly uttered since the
day he shot at President Roosevelt.
"All capalists, lousy bunch of crooks,"
he said just a few seconds before the
switch was thrown.
Quarterly Conference Of
Methodists to Meet Sunday
Presiding Elder L. P. Hayes an
nounced yesterday that quarterly con
ferences ' will be held next Sunday,
March 2(, at the following churches:
Dellwood Circuit at Maple Grove,
11 a. m.
Clyde Circuit at Clark's Chapel 7:-10
Rev. Hayes will deliver the sermon
at both paces.
Delegates will also be elected at this
time to the district conference to h.
held in June.
HIGH-VOLTAGE WIRES' IN THE LAND OF THE Sl
aitaniung .' disVovei ed Saturday
a brilliant light which illuminat-
M the sky. in that viemitv during a
.sovi"c electrical storm -Friday night
...caused by lightning striking a
h;,.'n voltage wire 'tower and not by a
meteor as first reported.
Commissioners Held Regular
Meeting Here Monday!
The board of county commissioners
met .Monday for their regular third
Monday meeting. The general routine
of 'business was disposed of and also
several matters of importance were
taken under consideration, hut the
nature of the matters were not disclos
ed by Chairman W. A. Hyatt.
1 love the land where I was horn.
1 love those hills so high.
While some may laugh, and some may
iUit ' is there' "I'd- live and (lie.
1 love to know, that I am free
A - the mist that the mountain
To look in the 'distance and only see
Mountains caressed by clouds.
I toye to climb the hills so high,
I love these mountain tops
Wlu-re earth's rare beauties catch
And trees with birds in their locks.
So let ethers go. where they see lit.
To places filled by greater crowds,
But I'll stay on. on the high summits
In the land caressed by clouds.
Lecturer (in a small town): "Ot
'arse, oil a!! know v.liat the inside
f a corpuscle is like."
Chairman of Meeting ( interrupt -g
i : "Most of us do, but ye better
.l.iin for the benefit of them as
. , n."i or In i n inside one."
i.nn;tii got on a trolley ear and
: p-ii; that she didn't have any
::;iur(, sl.e handed the conductor a
,o .'il'. "I'm sorry " she said, "but
avufl a nickel,"
i r iLV r X;
-. a la
An Extra Measure of Qualify
in every can of
Woolsey s Mixed Paint
Extra brilliance extra life
extra spread mean real econ
omy in using WOOLSEY'S Mixed
Paints. It's like getting an extra
measure for your money.
For this paint is made of the
purest and best ingredients it will
not crack, peel or disintegrate irom
contact with the elements or the
heat of the sun.
When you have a woolse Y job
your property doesn't need repaint
ing as often. Low upkeep cost has
made WOOLSEY'S the choice for
more than 75 years- ,
W. T. Denton
Phone 23 - Main Street - Waynesville, N. C.
When you P"l t0
When you Pmt lo
!' I'm in a
IN COUNTY SOON
Pastors In County Will Receive!
One-Day Holiday Dur
A elerk who had been on a buying
trip in New York wrote to the store
bookkeeper back home:
''Since I have been away I have
jseen many strange sights and hope
to nee you on Monday."
Chorus Girl (quarrelling in dress
ing rom); "Not only that, but you
get uglier every day!"
Second Ditto: "Another thiiiR 1 can
do and you cannot."
A-tAYm i - - - L.r-
SIMPLE CAKE RECIPE
VARIED IN MANY WAYS
'Ai'V u nman . ln.'ciK :i simple, ccn
noiiih'a.l i-alic r;he; li i rh niay lift
,iri.'i and ui''d in niaii. dilTi'i'i'id
'a.. Sin li a rake Is tin' .fnllowiii:!
One -Egg Cake.
-;.mh: luil C. c-iip hut- n! mill.
I :i:-h Kilt I's '"I'l'-v .! I K-
,-i ruji suf.::ir
( 'I'l'iini Imtlcr anil simrir iimcllrer ;
add whole ,t aiid ln';it ' thoroughly:.
hU! milk ami tlonr 'aUenialely ; 'put in
t-lii vn-i'i iij; ; pour in greased and Hour' '
!il;c pan, and h .'.. .i a nioilcratc ni ';
C'.r.ii derives: 1".) aliout .". niinuH'S.
That, is llic foundatipii rcripi'. 'One
if the inaiiy ways it can lie varied is
'n inalic it i 111 H an apple eal;e. Alter
I'll.' hallcf is: in patv. prcas inlo it
slices of a good wikins apple place in
rows fairly close top-l her. SpHiiMe
ll'i! lop of til" bailer vvitli snu'ai ami
cinnamon and hake, in a ino.lerati'
ommi (:',."iii decrees I'M mIhmiI !(.". mill
uies. Serve as a pnd'linir with sauce
or creani, or as a calie. .This is e
(.llent for school lunch':
" Another way to v-( the same reciiie
is to add spices and cool; it. in nnill'm
. riiiss or pajiei-'liakiiiL: clips, to nia!;e
l''.an,- for carrying out laymen's
day in the Ha 'wood County liaptist
association and giving all the
pastors in the county a one
day holiday have moved nearer
i oniplotio.il according to an announce
ment made Sunday morning by the
Kev. H, V. Raucom. pastor of the
First Baptist church of Waynesville.
Seventeen of the laymen met Sat
urday night at the Baptist church
here and talked over the plans for the
day and made a schedule of appoint
ments for two Sundays during the
month of April for every pulpit in the
Haptist association of the countv to
be tilled by a layman. A full list of
appointments will he made public in
i few days, it was said.
.1. T .Henderson, of Knoxyiili .
Tenn., director of the Haptist Broth
erhood of the Southern Baptist con
vention, is credited with the plan to
get every laymen in the bounds of the
Southland interested in the Southwide
causes of the church. This is one of
the methods set forth by .Air. Hender
son, namely, to retire the pastors for
one day and let the laymen talk over
plan-, for carrying out the purposes
f the church.
In this coun'.y, general interest has
iu'cn aroused and enlistment, of lay
men to carry out the project has been
in ale. On' Saturday night, at the
I! .ir i . .church here, the following
laymen met. enjoyed a dinner served
by the Woman's Missionary society,
and worked on plan- for the success
ful carrying cut of the. day: B. 1).
I. nnn. chairman of the committee,
Way nc .ville, ,1. II. Il iyiics, of Clyde.
Sam- Knight, of Hay.elvv nod, 1.. U.
Lovelace, of Canton. .1. It. I'dalock, of
II. i.olwood. .1. M. New: on, .1. K. Mor
;an, K. T. Slesscr, W. C. livers, T. L.
(ire mi and . C. Allen, Waynesville;
'(ll'over C. llavii.-. Clyde. Tom Rogers',
Sam Robinson, Canton, Hurst Justice,
( anion, and lileiiti Brovvii, Clyde.
Mr, iiuii'.i. chairman, outlined, (ho
purpose of the .plan as given by Mr.
Henderson He also inaie some sttg
iresl inns as to carrying out (lie pur
pose nf 'he movement in the various
iHilnits of-the countv. The two Sun
days of April decided upon for the
fruition of the plan are the first and
Spring oflicially began Monday night
at S: la o'clock. It was at that' ins
tant that the son crossed' the eipiator
on its iotunev northward.
CHERRY BLOSSOM TIME
T K A I N T K A V E I. li A K (i A 1 N F A R E S
$6 WASHINGTON, D. C. and Return
From all points in Western North Carolina
0 X S A I. E
April 1, good returning April 2nd
April '8, good returning April 9th
Extension up to live days upon payment of $1 per day
DON'T MISS SEElNCi THE JAPANESE ( HEKIIY
Easter Holiday .Round. Trip Fares
l'O AND FROM EVERYWHERE. IN THE SOUTHEAST
Including Washington, Cincinnati. St. Louis, Louisville
ONE FARE FLFS ONE DOLLAR FOR RETI RN
On, Sale April Kith To l.'Uh
limit it. days form. date of sale
r e i) iv c e i) 1' i l l m a n f a r e s
i5A(.(;.v;e checked - -stop-overs
IV,r further informal ion ..see your agent or address
A. 11. ACKER. DP A
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
TRAIN TRAVEL HAIMJALN FARESrilpcnivvpj'NN
SaT . . .v n'--
ERNEST L. WITHERS
Pench Short-Ccike, This Is
One of a Number of Delicacies That
Can Be Made From One Simple Self-
Rising Flour Recipe.
litt le ili'oli eakes. P.y suli.-i ;, a; :i.- our
fourth cupful of. tlmir with oi,e-i..i:r:'i
CUliflil of coeoa, yoit rnay make e-lmeo,-late
drop cakes. .
. 1'lii s ree; lie calls, for self-risi ng . Ilotti
wliieli will save from 'Si t io.iiei- cent
of the time in inakiiU' enkes. After
ilr,. Itv.i-.iii;..nl s have t. eea collected
one sliouW lie aliie to .make this cake
in less than; five niitnres.
Self-rising .flo'iir not-'-oiil.v saves Ho
cost : .of., flie, bilking." iiow'doK. hut i'
hfaltliful to ' use, ton, iK'eauso it: sup
caVii;!:! nnil. jihospkoriis for
I. !; - 'in i'il preserving . Iiones till'l
li e: ii . ''
Pciwh : c;ike ' is tmotlier ilelilitful
v. :iv to n-rvo this s.iii.e . siaiple cake,
P,ai;( t ho rnko in. n '.stein- i:in. ..plit
the. cake crosswise aid put; in.a tliieli
Liver of sliceo. nnil .sweet onei! peache"
Keplncs: the ; upper 1:."!." Jiivl fill .the
center 'with peaches, ( jiver i.lif nnire
i-iiEii with a; thick layer of wliippcl
cream beaten very -stiff.-. A few peaches
may lip . llseil to decorate ie ; ea,c
iThls' makes :i very at tra.-l iv e. ileaeioii
ainl nonrisliini iloscrt e.-;.i . a.lly suit
oi.i.i in i..i, (.'V fi lFL-lit meal, sui'il . as a
ve?ctaiile ilinniT. ''..-.
AVe have huntli eds of the nicest places listed w ith us for ..sale.
Fnusually attractive l)aiains in improved prni i ics. Pikes
most reasonable and terms to suit the most modest income.
Our list of rental properties is unsurpassed. We are daily .hav
ing inquiries from our patrons of former years for summer
'i his has been a specialty with us for the past twenty-nine years.
We write all lines in strong, reliable companies with an excellent
record of prompt settlement of all honest claims.
We have Power-of-a 1 1 oiney to execu te bonds i m med iat el y upon
receipt of application.
AVe are exclusive agents for the (iREYLIN(i REALTY COMPANY'S
properties in this section. Their homes can be bought on
payments like rent. INVESTIGATE
Use Your Rent Money To Buy A Home"
ERNEST I . WITHERS
T. HENRY G ADD Y