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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEEK
7. y t
; "Ml i- -
(go to (Eljttrrlt gnuimtj
iAT METHODIST CHUUCU
Kc-v Wads John.on, Taster,
uniay School 9:45, classes for all
II a. m. Sermon.
- p. in. Sermon.
.... .; i- 7:15.
i' CE CHURCH IX THE MOUX
TAIXS' lv Au,et New, M. A. Rector
Sunday, June lMh.
in M Church School.
11 M Morning l'raycr and sei
n by the Rector. Topic: "Personal
Everybody cordially invited.
HE FltESBYTEItlAS CULRCII
l)i R P Walker, Pastor
Church School 8:45 a. m.
Sermon 11 a. ni.
The Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
Midweek Prayer -enice Wedne-
J Visitors are cordially invited to
111 services of this churcn.
thy Eucharist. The Rector will
preach on: 'The Message of fiinity
Sunday: Three in One."
Everybody is mos.: jcordially in
vited to all all our services.
ST. JOHX'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rev. Arthur J Racette
Mass at 11 Sunday.
Mass, week Jays at 7:80 A. M.
Rev. 0. C Lundruni. Pastor.
Sunday School, 10 o'clock.
Morning service. 10:40 o'clock.
Junior, Intermediate and Senior
Rev. II. . Baucom, pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 W. C. Allen
Morning Warshio. 11:00.
6:30 all B. Y. P. U.'s of church meet.
Evening Worship 8:00 o'clock.
Mid-week prayer service 7:30 Wednesday.
Among those camping at Soco Gap I
.j.-irg the week-end were: Misses
i'.nlys McElroy, Lucile McClure,
,na (ireen, Billy Lampkin, J. U
irnll Jess Roulette, Hugh Brown
r - Vinson McTlroy, and Mr. and
i-. : Creen. Mr. and Mrs. Lon
Mistes Helen Morrow, Berdell
a i s, llesste Gaddy. and Mrs. C. S.
eld of Lenoir and Messrs. Eari
Byrd and Jark MrClure were Canton
Mr. and John Jones and family of
Spartanburg, S. C. visited Mr. and
Mrs- John Tittle during the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. ISrazelle of Rock Hill,
S. ( . were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. hitencr Sundav.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewev Hyatt and
children of Lenoir visited Airs, llya t's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tate re
turning Sunday. Tluy were neeonu
net bags guard
. your clothes Jrom wear
YOUR clothfQncc inside one of these
tough net bags cannot possibly come in
contact with wearing surfaces intheir jour
ney through the laundry. These bags arc
just one more reason why laundry-washed
clothes last longer all possibility of wear
is completely eliminated, and they return
to you clean, fresh and sanitary, vve wash
a only in filtered, rainsoft water heated to
v1 sterilizing temperatures. Laundry-washed
clothes do last longer and ore cleaner.
LET THE LA U N D RY DO IT
"Call 205 We'll Do The Rest"
NEW TRAINS !
HETWEEX ISKYSON AND ASHEN ILLE
Operating on the following schedule:
IK UN 20
8:00 A M Br j son
8.08 A.M i:ia
8:13 A.M Whittier -
8:15 A.M Addie
8:55 .M Wilhts
9:25 A.M .-Hazelwood
9:30 A.M. Waynesville
9:35 A.M. ..-.Iunaluska
'1:11 A.M Cljde
9:50 A.M-.. .Canton
10:05 A.M. i,..Hominy i
10:08 A.M Fnka
10:13 A.M-.-u -Boswell
10:20 A.M Murph Jet.
10:30 A.M-.. --Asheville
"Eastern Standard Time
With this improved service passenRwrs along
1 ween Bry son and Asheville may now come to
the day and return home same evening.
fi:50 P. M.
(i:10 P. M.
.6:30 P. M.
.6:22 P. M.
6:07 P. M.
6:01 P. M.
5:57 P. M.
-5:50 P. M.
..5: 10 P. M.
.5:17 P. M.
.5:1 1 P. M.
..5:09 P. M.
..5:05 P. M.
..5:00 P. M.
line of road bo
The ani.al report of the local libra
ry was made at the annual meeting
of the board of directors held here
this week. Reports from t? va
rious officers of the library showed
:h t the library had accomplished
quite a bit during the past year.
'"In going over the work of the
past year I feel that the library has
accomplished a great deal in being
"ble to keep its doors open and add a
f t w books " Miss Alice Crosby Quin
lan. secretary stated in her report.
"A great deal of credit is due our
new president, Miss Boggs, who has
been untiringly on the job. As most
of our work is covered by the various
committees, the report is brief. The
winners of the Oudger award for the
per " s!u c
Mrs. W.T. Shelton
the following report:
Bank Balance, March 1
Fees and tines
1. A. R. Treasurer donation .
IL A. R cash for check
t itizeiu Bank
Io.ia;ion: Community Club,
donation: Woman's Club...
Donation: Mr. Thomas Prh
Donation: Miscellaneous ...
Librarian's Salary $
1'. 1.1. Box Rent
Coal and kindling
Cards, etc . , .
Bank balance. Feb. 28. P.3::
lnui. nee building for I! ye,
Insurance. Books for 3 years
Citizens Bank .and Trust C
Kxpi nditures , .
l S i'.l 00
Report of Miss Louise Beville:
Fiction . . .5203
Juvenile . . . . S43
Mag;.izino.s . . .' .
l'octiv . . 1
Sciences . . .
Iv-avs . . 11
History.. . .... 1.07
Cenei'al Literature . .......... 88
Total number of volumes during
yenr . ...... ..... . J. .,-.'S03
Total nuniliey- of subscriber's dur
ing yeiir 113
Total" number of borrower during
year . . . . . .. .12:17
Report of the book commit U'e by
Cracc S. Bowie-, is a ; follow.- :
"Another year has rolled 'loiinil and
while the library may bo said to be
in tatu qiio, those closely associated
with the work find much encour
agement, in fhi' hare fact that the
various .'committees here being able
to Carry on. After alb where can one
got a bigger dividend on a dollar per
year investment, than by takintr a
subscription in the Waynesville -Library?
No. volumes on hand Feb. 28th,
i:i:i3 ... .5838
No. -'Volume "put''ha-cil ....... "
p i til. J by .dir-- .tlalgery ( oiapi
who Will visit Iter ia'J.i-r fur two
eek in Lenoir,.
.Miss Stella Biogdon of (a-tnivia
is visit in Mr. and .Mis. Lon Lon Wyatt.
Mi-, and. Mrs. Y. V.. Kuykcixiall and
childien. L. L.. Jr. ami Ivlna, Mrs.
J. i'. K.uylo felall, Mr. an, M is. Tom
Quocn ;;'ii(i (1. ughters, Kdith and
-.:;, ii:e. Mr.-. J. II. McKli'oy, M :.- Vir
ginia Wliiten.ei and M r. .and Mi's;
Jainis Kuykeiel dj .'and sma'l on,
Ji-minys, spent Sunday at Black M',.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kuykc-n-(ia::
..Mrs. Oweiib; of -. Marion spent the
week with Mrs. B. . A. Kdwafds.
Mrs. Nellie Anderson and daugh
ters, Mari" and. (Una Blan'.on nf
Daytona lb a-ch: Fla,: ai rived -during
the week to visit relative-. -
lr. Claude Sin;;von of Last I
Poite visited his sister, Mrs.i.John
Scute during the V
Mr. S. I). Hamilton and son, Blake,
of Robbinsvllle sp- tr. tlte week-end
The Cherokee . and the. Hazclwood
Cut Sole Ball Team met ;n a very
spirited game here Saturday, after
noon. The score was ! to 2 mi favor
of the Hazclwood.tc.ai.il. Cordon and
Glen Wyatt were pitchers for '.he
home team, while. C. . Saunwk and L.
Wanetah hurled for Cherokee. ,
TRAVEL BY TRAIN:
SAFEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL
TakA aHvanfjurp of the One Cent and a Half Fares applying
hntunni, ..11 .n;r.ts V
See vour nearest agent for further information, or add; ess V
R. H. DeBUTTS. AG PA. T
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
No. volumes donated 186
No. volumes lost 18
No. volumes on hand, Feb 1. 1033 6037
Reference . .
Total . .
- i : the . tab!
no fund available for
committee has sup
with the following:
Time, Literary Digest. McCaU's.
.' ur.lay Kvenmg Post. McCall's,
'. '. i 1 Review. Cood 1 iuisekeeping,
V ! :',. a'.or. Ladies' Home Journal,
lid's. Better li'imes and Cardens,
A onian's Home Companion. Also
'Mor of The Mountaineer must
c thanked for ser.ding it regularly
: i a o of charge.
The out-tanding gif; of the year
has been and India paper edition of
Knelyeopedia Britannica in twenty
iiirie volumes, given by Mr, Lucian
Bo-g-, of Jacksonville, Fla.. who
i.'.ost generously answered the S. O.
. c .11. For a long time it has been
; source of omhairossment that an
up-to-date Kneyclopedia could not be
"a: chased, so a note of thanks is here
by tendered Mr. Boggs. Another
friend. Mr. Thomas Price, of New
ork. has again made new books pos--i''le
''.v his generosity and volumes
have been donated hv Mr. t lvde Ray,
Jr.. Mr. W. .B. Ferguson. Airs. Paul
Scott, Mis. River and others. Last
tall the t ivic League purchased fif
teen volumes and prosecuted them in
:he club's name at the time when it
was impossible for the library to
order any new fiction making this an
especially welcome donation.
It is gratifying to note an increase
of 747 in circulation, and that of 537
in number of borrowers, as to .sub
scribers, the 143 reported is small in
a town of this size."
Report of the Ways and Means
The Ways ami Means Committee
of the Waynesville Library submit
the following report :
Last year in July a benefit picture
was given which netted $24.20, The
D. A. R. sponsored vanishing teas
and divide,) the proceeds with the li
orary. which has received so fa'.
$26. OS. with some additional funds
'o come in from teas given since Ihi
tunount was collected. This has been
of gnat benefit to the library and we
feel indebted to the l. A. R.'for their
generosity and to every one who help,
ed to make. these teas a success.
M rs- Harden Howe
Uenort of Publicity
This committee was
tt'Ve-during the spring and. summer
months, having something concern
ing the Library in every issue of the
local miper. This good work contin
ued through the fall and until well
afto,. the holiday-, when there socnie,)
to be such a dearth of material our
i ts lagged.
An aoi oiin! of tin la o aimtml
nieetiiig and of each quart fy merting
Farm Act Section
Can Aid Borrowers
Authorization for Federal Land
in bonds, with uttered guaranteed by
the United States, and t ther ex
change tiie bonds for first mortgages
on farms or sell them and use the
money to make new loans to farmers, i
is one of the principal features of the
farm mortgage section of the Agri
cultural Adjustment Act according
to information issued by the Farm
Credit Administration, which admin
isters this section of the act.
The Farm Credit Administration
began functioning on May 27 as pro
vided for in President Roosevdt's
Focutive Order issued Marc 27.
103.'). The agencies to be consoli
dated under the new Administration
inc udethe 1'ederal Farm Boaid; the
Federal Farm Loan Bureau which
has iurisdiction Over the Federal Land
Banks; the regional agricultural
since has loen published in the paper,
and of course the annual report was
published in full.
Whenever ni'w books have been
bought or given, the lists have been
put in the paper and m numerous in
stances a brief icsume sjven to catch
the eye of the reader and arouse in
terest. t hildrens' Book Week was brought
into prominence by an article written
by Miss Quinlan for this committee.
The President and Mrs, Howell also
contributed articles for the paper.
Mrs. Rutin gave the library sonic
gratifying publicity in an article she
wrote and the chairman and Miss
Bowles both expressed their appre
ciation to her.
Any special activity of other com
mittees, especially the Ways and
Means .Committee,' has always been
written up fo-r the paper, and the
editor has been most courteous and
willing to co-oparnle and the commit
tee appreciates, same.
Josephine P. Smathers,
credit corporations of .he Recon
struction Finance Corporation, and
the Crop Production Loan Division of
the United States Department of Ag
riculture, The Farm mortgage section of the
Farm Act makes it possible to lower
the interest rates on both old and
new loans, and to permit borrowers,
generally, to extend payment on the
principal of their loans from the Fed
eral Land Banks, and to loan money
directly to farmers in districts where
there are no National farm loan as
sociations through which applications
may be accepted. It also provides for
Farm Loan Commissioner located in
each of the 12 Federal land bank
Applications for information or
loans under the new Act should he
made to the secretary-trea-urer of
iho National farm loan association
in the county in which applicant'
f: vm is located, or to the Federal
I.-.nd Bank serving hi .etc In the
m since of ,i loan as -cia ion. farm
ers s'r ould get in tou.'ii with tluir
County Farm Agent.
'ike Federal Land B i ' o
detr ct is at Columbia- Sou li
Most for Your Money
In a Good Laxative
Thedford's BLACK-DBA l.i(JHT has
been highly regarded for a loiig,
long time, lint it is better appro
elated now than ever before. I'eo
I lo are ImyluK vei-ythinn more.care-
fiillv thiiav. In liiiy lni'. lllaoU-I )r.iuj;lit,
ulav. In Iniy-ltnr Itlaek-
: Iho iimM for llioir monoy,
i-l. offo.-ilM- lavatlve. ili'poiiil-
for Iho n lioi of onltnary con.stl
Z.) or more
In a 2.ri-n'.nt package
For Cluliin n, in t iiciiitt-fa.ii''
A 300-pound man stood gazing
longingly at the enticing display in a
haberdasher's window. A triend
--topiied to inquire if he was think-isv-
of buying the marked-down lav
. i ier silk shirt-
"No." redied the iat man wistful-
The only thing that tits me
lv-made is a handkerchief.
FOR SM-F-Oni' Bmck louring
A 1 condition. New ures.
Bargain- See C. N- Allen, Hazel
wood r call -IS. Juneic
FDR S LI' - 2 mules at old homo
idace Mellwooil Road, -Also seed soy-la-ans
for stile. K. N. Bnr'H'r
OK KFNT --One b-rooin liouse, on
ll iehwav 2K b otie muo i rom wuw.
Practically new. See
Cru o. N. C.
large caimo pin Inaweeu
I'resbyterian church a'.m! Judg.J
Felix Alloy's, residence, n
pU.ase return to Mrs. .!. M. Palmer
and receive reward.
To The Public
kit fin '--'-' -'il iiiliiliiitiiiiiill' iiiiii'iiiiMiiiiirnnmi-'---'-''';
C hLLUR 1 TLS S ,Uh HIIiTHD 1 Y
The children of Mr.s. Joseph Parker
Wyatt. of Lake Junaluska, .rurprised
hf r with a birthday party Sunday,
June 11, honoring the occasion of her
Slid buthday Mr-,, Uyitt i, a na
tive of Madison county. ; I'nor to her
marriage, in 1S71. she was Miss
Sarah Ann Wahirop- She has been
mariied 62 ye r-, ha- 15 children
(nnlv ' living)..' 09 grand children,
and .r8 great grand children. J'rac-
tically all of them were present ior
'he occasion, together with several
Friends of the family visiting Mrs.
W'vatt during the day included: Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Brogdon, and Mis
Stella Brogdon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Morrison, of Gastori. N, C, and
Mrs B. A. Edwards, of Hazelwood.
Her children present were: II. L.
Wyatt. RoV Wyatt, Mrs- Mack Mull,
of" Hazelwood. F. A. Wyatt, Phil
Wyatt, Andy Wyatt, and Mrs. Ra
mon McClure, of Lake Junaluska.
ll pei miiis vwmlrnp, o 1mw ad jiMmi'iils n t.ixi's on umI t-st.ite ni.ulc aic lociiifslcd lo
iwvi ihv l'.anl f i:(tiaia(ion al (he plticivand on Iho dale set lorlh lielov , . icoidin;;
lolownsliip in which property is located.
Schedule Of Meetings Of Board Of Equalization
Pigeon ... ..-.,..
Kast I 'oi'k . . .
Cataloochec . . .
While Oak . . .
CraMree . .
June 201 h
... June 21st
. June 2 5rd
Meeting i'lace Time
Uethel Hih Sthool !:0 A. M.
Uethel Hih School . ... : . 1.
Wvthd Hili School ......... . i :W A- 1.
Dellwood School ... .... . . . . ):00 A. M.
Dellwood School ..... . . .9:00 A. !N1.
Dellwood School ..... . . . . . . .9:00 A. .M.
Tines Creek Ilifrh Sthool . 9:00 A. M.
Fines Creek Hih School . . . . 9:00 A. M.
Crahtree Post Office 9:00 A. M.
Crabtree Post Oflife '. 9:00 A. M.
Clyde IliRh School . ... ..... . 9:00 A. .M.
Canton Chamber of ( onimerce 9 :0() A.M.
Court House 9:0(1 A. M.
C. C. FRANCIS,
Tax Supervisor and Clerk to Board