THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1934
Outstanding Haywood County Pupils
fed 'ir- j if Wwsf
m iti:iT Mccracken
of the most outstamliiijr .students of Hav.
oO(l iiuiity a iv
u ii.i.ii; i itwt is
above. All are senioi.s
v jyue iiiirn .seiHM)i. .mi r; OKCii anil Mis-- Willie ,u,.,. e .1 1.. ... .u,
lour years in school. McC raeken has been an artive debater, class president, literary .society president
member of the dramatics club, and has participated in athlet.es. Miss Wines has taken part in all liter'
ary, class, and .social lunetmns of the school and during the past y.ar i.a- been student librarian .Miss"
r 1 aiicis iias uecM aeuve in many oxira-cumcular activities. .She !i:.s been voUd the-
nie M-iiLM t-idss aim is one 01 me most popular students. She is an ac tive woikc
aim nas ueen an ouisianaini;- player on the girls' sextet of the school
prettiest (.':: I :n
woiker :n Hie liaptist chuicli,
t'ut Courtesy Ashevnlv Citizen-
were interpreted to mean the' mar
riage racket" uncovered here several
weeks ago- Two instances revealed,
at that time were:
Where a couple announced inten
tion? to wed, they got a license ( it
was published) but they began liv
the "racket" was exposed recently
in the case of a prominent St. l.oui.s
woman where .-he uiariieil 111 Arkan.
a an I the mar. iage w as annulled
after several weeks.
This kind of carri..ge ha- bei n fre
oLunl in Arkansas in.-e enactment of
the iMi-day divorce law. vvhuh has
.-peeileil Ui ireedom to a degrees
where a divoice can be obtained in as
little as two minutes, unless it is a
Judge Jl dge voiced his views be
fore friends and member- of the Pu
laski juvenile court.
"Ve.-," aid the lordly young m:in,
T write poetry."
"How truly devastating!" ,-.he ex
claimed. "Lid your poetry yield any I
returns " 1
"Ves,'1 .said the young man sighing
heavily. "It practically all returns,"
thence Southeasterly with the Wester
ly margin of said "Avenue L" 212
feet to a stake in Westerly margin of
said Avenue and the Northerly margin
of entrance road to Assembly grounds;
thence Westerly with Northe ly mar.
gin of said entrance road 145 feet to
the BEGINNING, Being the same
land as that conveyed in a deed from
the Junalusk.i Construction Company
to Gemge Mch-lroy and wife -Mar-gaiet
McHli oy. dated October 11, l'J-IO, j
an.! recorded in Bwik 5K, pa.--. 1--!.
Keco: 1 vi Deeds of Haywood ounty.
Sale made pui'.-uant to power of sale
,-onferred upon the undersigned by
vi.' tue id' a de: d cf trust executed bv
Ceoige .LKIroy and wife .Margaret
-McEiroy, dated SepU mber 5, 1U27, and
recorded in Book 11, page 2!H, Record
,of Deeds of Trust of Haywood County.
This ltith day of March, 19!i4.
GEO. H. WARD
No. 1H2 Mar 22-2U- Apr. 5-12.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will apply for the pardon
of Charles Woodward, who was sen
tenced nine months for assault with
a deadly weapon. All persons oppos
ing said pardon will forward their
objections to the Commission of Par
dons, at Raleigh, N. C
This the -'1st day of March, 1M4.
C. G. WOODWARD.
No. i4 Mar 22-2lJ.
NOTICE OF l'Kl'S TEE'S SALE
Mrs. .iai K. l.eatnerwood. spent sev
eral, days in Canton last week with
(her daughter. Mrs. Earl Caldwell
Mrs. S. E. C-onnatser and daughter,
bhirley .Viae, have returned to their
Imme here after .spending two weeks
with her mother, Mrs. Jim Noland. at
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corzitie have
moved from Canton to Clyde and are
jecupying the En.!ey house.
Miss Willie Francis spent the week-
ed in aynesville, the guest of Mr
and Mrs. Wayne Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Oti.s liurgi'i, of Way
nesville, spent Sunday in Clyde, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Fish.
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Terrell, of Lake.
Junaluska. were in Clyde Sunday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Cannatser.
Mrs. J, T. Jones and daughter, Lucy,
were visitors at the Clyde Inn Sunday.
Miss Allene Smathers, of Canton,
pent the week-end at Clyde Inn, the
gue.st of Miss Roberta Norris.
Mrs, Mattie l.eatherwood and two
children, Tom and Emily, spent Sun
day afternoon visiting in Canton.
Mrs. -Frank-Haynes and Mrs. T. C.
Norris visited Mr. Graves Osborne
at the Haywood County Hospital
Monday. Mr. Osborne is reported to
be slowly improving.
John Ple.ss was a visitor in Clyde
one day last week.
The Haywood County Zone Mis
sionary Society of the M. E. Church,
South, will meet on next Sunday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
Ifethel M. E. Church, South. This
zone includes the following churches:
Canton. Lake Junaluski, Clyde,
Clark's Chapel, Harmony Grove, and
LdDerty. mi-s. j. M- Anderson, of
i iyae, zone chairman, will Dreside
This being the time to elect officers
for the new hew year a full atteiid-
ance is urged.
Ed. Note Norman I'lotl, of Bethel high school, will represent llaywomi
County at the district declamation contest, which is Ik-ing sHiiiso!ed by the
Building and Loan Associations of North ( artdina. Norman Won over tlu
Waynesville Township High School, entry last, Friday. ,. h i -s addres.-
before the Rotary Club Friday noon.
Two hellish liloo(lhounds fear
insecurity - -have teriori.ed thou.-ands
into suicide; and dogged the foot
steps of ti'ii thousands in despair to
the grave. To escape the direful in
fluence of these pursuers, and ly able
to face the .stern realities of life with
a reasonable measure of certainty is
an end devoutly to be wished.
This desirable and necessary frame
md of which haiiiiines- is made
Again, thrift is the basis of stand
ing in the community. One's position
in society depends largely upon such
things as financial independence, per
manence of residence, and community
service. The last two depend mainly
upon the first, obviously, and the last
one depends upon the second for the
leason mat one must be a permanent
NOTICE OF SALE OF .REAL
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
Under and by virtue of the power
and authoirity contr.med in that cer
tain deed of trust executed by Jesse
E. Willis and wife. Bertie Willis to
The Raleigh Savings Bank and Trust
Company, trustee which said deed of
trust is dated March 1, 192b', and re
corded in Book 12, page 218, of the
liaywoou County Kegistry, default
having been made in the payment of
the indebtedness thereby .secured and
in the conditions therein secured, the
undersigned subtituted trustee by in.
strument recorded in Book 90, page
id, Haywood County Registry, will
on Tuesday, April 17, 1934, at or
about twelve o'clock noon, at the court
house door at Waynesville. North
Carolina, offer for sale and sell to
the highest bidder for cash the fol
All those certain pieces or parcels
of land, situate, lying and being in
Beaverdam Township, Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina, adjoining the
lands of Jo. lie B. Mann, John Mof
titt. J. R. Willis. Lee Worley, Webb
uann, and . V. Willi-, about four
On Monday, April 10, 19:14 at eleven
o'clock, A M. at the court house door
in the town of Waynesville, Haywood
County, North Carolina, the under
signed will sell at public outcry, to
the highest bidder for cash the fol
lowing lands anj premises, to-wit:
BEGINNING on a stake in the
middle of the i-oad in Rlott's old line,
and runs along the road S. 733 W. 12
poles to a stake corner to church or
school- lot; thence with its line, N.
o.T W. 11'.' poles to a stake on the
bank of branch, corner of lot; thence
iN. WW W. :S4 poles to a stake be
tween two walnuts; thence N. 40 W.
HI poles to a chestnut on a ridge;
thence N. .'10 'a" W. 24 poles to a stake
on West side; thence N. 14 J W. 9
poles to a large chestnut outside of
fence; thence down hill, N. 45 E. 9
poles to a stake in the branch and in
John Sorrells line; thence down branch
and his line S. 52 E. 10 poles to a
stake; thence 4") East 12 poles; thence
S. 8.T E. 20 poles to a stake on West
side of branch, Roberson's comer;
thence with Roberson's line, S. 7.'i"
W. ,'17 poles to a stake at bars in Plott
line; thence with same, S. .'i W. 41
poles to the BEGINNING, containing
Seventeen acres, more or less.
Being the same tract or parcel of
land conveyed by Geo. C. Ball and
wife Mellie Ball to Dena M. Cox by
deed dated March .27. 1915, and re-
of mind may be obtained by the cul-J re-sitie-nt ol the community before he
tivation of 'the habit of thrift. As 1 W1" hav., aM appreciative interest in
(Unavoidable left out last week)
Mrs. Edwin Fincher tendered a de
lightful miscellaneous shower Thurs
lay afternoon at her home here, hon
oring Miss Helen Rogers, whose mar
riage 10 Mr. narry Morlan, of New
Urleanjs, will take place this
week. Alany called during the after
noon to wish the bride-to-be much
happiness. Miss Rogers is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Rogers, of Clyde. She is a gradu
ate of Clyde High School, Asheville
Normal and Teachers College, She
also attended Western Carolina
Teachers College and Duke Univers
ity. Miss Rogers has been teaching in
the Clyde elementary school and has
resigned her position. She will be
accompanied to New Orleans by her
brother, Mr. Hugh Roeers i
The young couple will take a wed
ding trip in Southern California. They
will reside at the home of Mr.
Morlan's parent's in New Orleans.
Among those present for the showv
'r were: Mrs. G. M. Fish, Mrs. Grover
Haynes, Mr?. Glenn Brown; Mrs.
Helen Medford, Mrs. George Rogers,
iwrs. rranic ; naynes, Mrs. J. C.
Haynes,-Mrs. B. P. Sherrill, Mrs. Ed
catney, Mrs. G. H. Bahnsdoll, Mrs.
Gerald Fish, Miss Haselle StallMrs.
Walter" West, Mis Edna Earl Bolick.
Mrs. Earl Justice, Miss Margaret
Terrell, Mrs. T, C. Norris, Mrs. R. C
Cannon, Mrs. T.A. Cathey, Mrs. Tom
Bogers, Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs.
Ernest Rogers, Miss Ruth Morgan,
Misa Helen Smathers, Miss Emily
oipauiery, iviies w line Kobinson, Mrs.
Devoe Medford, Mrs. W. G. Ford,
Mrs. D. M. Cagle, Mrs. Ruth Medford,
Mrs. E. M. Green. Mrs, H. C- Free
man, Mrs. T, L. Green, Mrs. Dora
Vireen, and Mrs; Wayne Rogers.
' Hubert McCracken, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. McCracken, chosen
valedictorian of the seinor class of
the Clyde High School, Miss Nesbit
Wines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Wines, was elected salutatorian of
the class, while Miss Willie Francis,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman
Francis, was voted the prettiest mem.
ber of the senior class. -Other
class superlatives are: Most
popular girl, Margie Brooks.
Most popular boy, Paul Gosselle.
Class dude, Billie Francis.
Nuisance, Lucille Brooks.
Best sport, Margie Brooks.
Most courteous. Hazel Braun
Most studious boy, Ronald Rush.
Most studious girl, Marie Warren.
Class llirt, Frankie Hughes.
Class sheik, Max Rogers.
Wittiest boy, Paul Gossette.
Most athletic boy, Hubert McCrack-
Most athletic girl Beulah Brown.
one o) our wisest men has said.:
"Thrift i.s such a simple thing, and
yet it means so much. It is the
foundation of success in business, of
contentment in the. home, and -of
standing in the community."
That thrift is 'the foundation of
business success is forcefully illus
trated by the lives of hundreds of
Americans, from Franklin to Ford.
The case of F- W. Woolworth is typ
ical of hundreds of others. He start
ed in business as a clerk in a depart
ment store, and adopted the homely
philosophy of Poor Richard "If you
take care of the pennies, the dollars
will take care of themselves." From
his salary he saved enough to start
a store of his own. From the earn
ings of this business he saved enough
to -establish other stores. And from
the savings' of this larger business
lie built still others until his posses
sions spanned the continent, and his
name became a household word in
every American home
In contrast, we all know of men
who began a business career under
most fortunate circumstances and
recently gon, into bankruptcy. The
high cost of living and the exasper
ating expense of unwise investments
had sapped the vitality of their re
source before the crash in the finan
cial situation came. These men had
not learned the habit of thrift, the
secret of which is the wise use of
time, money, and energy upon which,
alone, success can be securely built.
just as tne lack of thrift caves
loss, want, and fear in its wake, so
the possession of it brings prosperity,
confidence, and security.
Another thing that eives the indi
vidual dignity and assurance in the
facp of all opposing forces is home
ownership. No family can be con
tented, always, in a rented house. In
a home where there is worry, there
cannot be happiness, worry is part and
parcel of a rented house. Money
spent in the buying of a home is
money invested in contentment. Aside
from the priceless security one ex
penences in ownership, there are
practical values to be obtained. There
is no more practical investment to
be found. In ten years time a man
who has rented a house at $.55.00 a
month has paid out $4,200.00 for
which he has nothing to show. While
this amount, in this day of low prices
on real property, would purchase a
modern home. Especially does the
endless paying of rent seem unwise
when it is easily possible for any
honest, industrious man who will
practice thrift to own his own home-1
Reliable firms are ready and willing!
to nnance nome building, making it
possible for : the investor to pay for
his home in small amounts, covering
a penou 01 years. 1 nese payments
are investments not only, in real val
ues, but also in contentment, con
fidence and security the stuff out
it, or before he can be one of the
group- When he owns his own home
his interests center around it and
make unnecessary tha unprofitable
practice of moving from one place to
another. Service to one's community
is a privilege enjoyed chiefly by the
financially independent. Those who
have this privilege can heln tha clubs.
schools, churches, and other organi
zation in the community, not only
through the giving of money, but also
through the giving of their time.
Thrift is the basis of every sort of
happiness, whether we realize it or
not. Happiness is impossible without
reasonable success in business; it
rests upon contentment; and u pro-
miles Northwest from Canton, North '"rded in Book 41, page 214, Record
01 ueecis 01 Haywood County, N. C.
.Sale made pursuant to power of
sale conferred upon nie by deed of
trust executed by Mrs. Lena .Vi. Cox,
(widow), dated Aprii 2, 1929, and re
corded in Book 2,'i, at page 112, Record
of Deeds of Trust of Haywood County.
This Kith day of March 1934.
GEO. If. WARD
No. -181 Mar. 22-29 Apr. 5-12.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday. April 2nd, 19:34, at
eleven o'clock A. M.. at the court
house door in the town of Waynes
ville, Haywood County. North Caro
lina. I will sell at public outcry to
the highest bidder fur cash- the fol
lowing lands and premises, lying and
being in Waynesville Township, Hay
wood County, N. C:
BEGINNING on a .-tale in the cen
ter of the Southern Railway track, it
being the Southeast corner Winche's
ter lot; thence N. TO.:!1 W. 1000 feet
with Winchester line to a stake in
the center of Richland Creek; thence
Southwest 2t)l.'i feet up Richland
Creek to a stake; thence 7G.o"
E. 1000 feet to the center of the South
ern Railway track; thence N. ;J2 E.
261.3 feet with the Southern Rail
way track to the BEGINNING, con
taining Six (6) acres, more or less.
Being the same land described in a
deed from D. M. Whitner and wife.
Elizabeth Whitner to Unagusta
Manufacturing Company, dated Au
gust 7, 1922, and recorded in Book
of Deeds No. 59, page 186. Record of
Deeds of Haywood County.
Sale made pursuant to power of sale
conferred upon the undersigned by
virtue of a deed of trust executed by
J. Lee Winchester and wife. Mollie
Winchester, dated March 15, 1930, and
recorded in Book 26, page 176, Re
cord of Deeds of Trust of Haywood
The the 2th day of February. 1934.
GEO. H. WARD.
No. 170 Mar. 8-15-22-29.
Caiolit,.:, and having such shapes,
courses and distances as will more
fully appear by reference to a plat
thereof made by J. C. Haynes, Survey
r, February, y2(i, from a survey made
by T. ('. Dobson, in .May, 1915. . and
attached to the abstract now on file
With the Atlantic Joint Stock Land
Bank of Raleigh, North Carolina, and
being the samt. land described in the
following deeds; Nola L. Evans and
husband to J. E. Willis, dated March
1, 1918. recorded in Book 50. nacp
599. W.V.Willis and wife . to ' Jesss
B. Willis, dated March 20. 1917, re
corded in Book 49, page 534. Minnje
u Kear and husband to J.E- Willis.
dated - , and registered in Book
50. page 254. T. C. Day and wife
to Jesse K." Willis, dated -.March
30, 1920, and registered in Book 56,
page 54. ExceDt one and nne-fiftJi
acres sold to W. V. Willis by deed,
ing. Therefore, it is not desirable
enough and important enough to
challenge our most serious considera
portionate to one's community stand. iecorded in Book 50, page 592 All of
ti e . "f . , it., e : i . , - .
me loiegoing ueeus oeing recorueu in
Haywood County, North Carolina, and
the said tracts of land contains one
hundred fifty three and twenty-five
one-hundredths (153.25) acres, more
Terms of sale cash and trustee will
require deposit of 10 of the amount
of th0 bid as evidence of good faith.
This the 17th day of March. 1934.
JOSEPH L. COCKERHAM.
Robert Wreinstein and Victor W.
Thompson, Attorneys, Raleigh N.C.
No. 180 Mar. 22-29-Apr. 5-12.
Play To Be Given
At Rock Hill 30th
mere will bt. a play, "The Wild
wat Hoy, given at the Rock Hill
scnooj r-ridav nie-ht. M.-.i-.h .'inth
1 nere will be a small admission vharg
01 iu cents aim zu cents. 1'roceeds to
go to the church.
Aunt Anne, Housekeeper in Uncle
George's home. Louisa Medford
Delia, The maid, Willa Boyd.
Judy, Uncle George's daughter
.uary iou watnerwood.
JJanny Murphy, The cook maybe
Patricia Gilden (Pat), Judy's friend
Eve Martin, Another friend, more
or less. May Davis
Eddie, The Wild' Oats Boy; Rank
111 1 Cl KUSOI1-
dake Peters', The cousin from New
York, Robert Howe .
Pr-ue, The country cousin, Ora Lee
Charlie Benton, (Chuck), The ex
prize fighter cousin. Frank Tuekeri
Trout. Pruo's pestiferous son, Gil
Seth. The uncle from Maine, Frank
Mose, Uncle George's darky ser
vant. ; ijick Moody.
Flays Divorce Law
Neatest girl, Ruth Gcsette.
Cutiest girl, Annette Chambers.
Most dignified girl, Nesbit Wiens.
Sweetest birl, Hazel Rogers.
Most dignified bov. Carl Henline.
Best personality, Sarah McCrack
Most typical girl, Marie Swayngim.
Old, Maid. Gladys Medford. - .'
Bachelor, David Shook. V
Most capable, Lvi Haynes.
C?asa musician, Edwina Brooks.
Iciest girl, Gr"co McCracken.
Baby, Carroll McCracken.
Teachers' pet, Emily Smathers.
Bast nil-round, Jeanetto Chambers.
'lass si v Francis Kirkpatrick.
Class ronkey. Cora Leo Haynes.
Little Rock, Ark. Arkansas' 90.
day divorce law, which has caused
mousands to come to the "wnndpr
state" to seek freedom from marriage
wwa. was nayea Dy Chancellor Frank
"Only bv enactment of riirj I311.-0
Judge Dodge said, "can Arkansas or
any state hope to overcome the grow
ing evils of divorce."
These laws, according to the "judge,
suvuiu emorace me lollowing points:
1. Publication of bans prior to mar
2. Prevent remarriage under one
year. -; i
.'I. Require physical examinatiafn
before license is issued.
4. Make it a violation of the law
for persons of widely different aes
" Judge Dodge j-aid that he believed
tne lourth point would be unconsti
tutional, but he thought it would bo
"a good law regardless." The uiwon
stitutionality, he said, would be based
on the fact that the people were of
age and consequently would iknow
what they were doing.
The evils Judge Dodtre referred to
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Virginia Majette
Welch, deceased, this is to notify all
persons having claims against said
estate of the deceased to exhibit them
to D. D. Alley, attorney, for the un
dersigned on or before the 15th day
of March, 19.';5, or this notice will be
plead in bar such claim.
All poisons indebted to said estate
will please make payment immediate
ly to D. D. Alley, attarney. Box 100.
SAMUEL C. WELCH,
Administrator of the estate of
Virginia Majette Welch, deceased.
No. 179 Mar. 15-22-29-Apr. 5-12-19.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
On Monday, April 16. 1934. at eleven
o'clock, A. M. at the court house door
in the town of Waynesville, Haywood
County, North Carolina, the under
signed will sell at public outcry, to
the highest bidder for cash, the fnU
lowing lands and premises, to-wit:
BEGINNING on a stalce in Easter
ly edge of new County road said stakp
being in Northerly side of present
entrance to Assembly grounds, and
running Northeasterly with margin of
saiq county road 155 fet to
stake in Easterly marcin . of
said county road and thv west
erly margin of "Avenue L" uhpTP
the two roads formerly intersW-1
The first of April is the last date that the County
will accept notes for delinquent taxes for any year prior
to 1932. If you have not paid your taxes for those years
see me immediately.
All back taxes, prior to 1932, will begin April First,
to draw six per cent interest.
If arrangements are not made to pay these delin
quent taxes, the county has the right to begin foreclosure
Final Warning NoticeDon't Delay,
Come In Today.
C. C. FRANCIS
The Board of County Commissioners In
session Monday, February 19, 1934 made
an order that the Tax Collector of Haywood
County prepare and on April 5, 1934, adver
tise for sale all delinquent 1932 taxes.
Board of Commissioners
Of Haywood County