THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1934
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
; " I
I (go to GUjitrrit mtimij !
Wajnesville First Methodist
f , ;,urch -ctao.il at i:4.' a. Mugn
SI 'an supenntemkrit Special Fas
Uer urogram. .
Morning church service at 1 1 o dock
. ;,, by the pa.-tor on I he Kis.n
if ,''," Kt the beginning ol this -1-c
parents a.e invited to present
I'.h X children to be christened.
rhThe voSnp people will hold a sun
. .. Vice at 7;oVlK-k Sunday mem
pi " Vi which everyone is invited,
l-'-h,- service will take the place ot
l.'h"ir regular evening service. Vsath
., permitting the young people will
e, , n a hike Saturday morning.
The evening service will be at
jv!. from now until further an
.uncement. Sunday evening the
tor wll u-t. as hi- -"uoject: He
' nd,d into' Heaven." The K aster
, antata which was to be Riven Sun-
,;.,v ia been po-tponed one week
Sr 'Vices win i'e , " ,
Itv week at 8 o'clock. The genera
,, will be 'Thrift .an Citizenship
111 iw. nifhts we Will Ol.--
I nil SU1VV.--..V -. .
the Home, r.uucauon. nreitu-
-,, liu-iness aim i iiichmi'i i"
!;,(" We cordially invite everylnxiy
Remember the Communion seivice
,jght and the Good 1-nday service
Episcopal church tomorrow. And
iv thW Kaster season be one ot
ual enrichment fo;- all ol us.
Wajnesville First Haptist
1 Thursday evening at ti:4r. there
wi '1 be a supper hn-eting tor all hun
.hool officers and teachers.
'' Saturday at 10 a. m- the Junior
:,.,,,. uncut of the Sunday School will
..,,,','t at the chinch for a hike. Each
,,,. is to bring u lunch.
:;. Sur.day School will meet at the
1 Morning worship at eleven
,, 'clock. Special Ka.-ter message by the
:,. All H. V. I'- I".'.- will meet at
;.. An Ka.'ter pageant will be given
at eight o'clock.
There will he service at the Bap
tist church each even.ng next week.
The general' 'theme will be: Chris
tian Citizenship- Subjects and speak
ers as follows:
Monday evening, Christianity in the
lmt.yy. C. Allen and Rev. Fitink
Tuesday evening, Christ. anity in
Civic Life .luck Me-er and V. (.
Wednesday evening. Christianity in
Social Lite Wm. Meclford and j, I'.
Thursday evening, Christianity
Uusiness J. R. Morgan and T.
Friday evening, Cnristianity
( hurtfh and Religious Life H.
1- iidav evening at 7:o0 o'clock the
peopl,, of the Junaluska community
are asked to assemble at the Metho
dist church for an hour of meditation
and prayer. The .church will be
warm. At the close of the hour the
sacrament of the Lord's Supper will
be observed. Beginning with the elev
en o'clock service Sunday this church
and community will be engaged in a
two week's meeting. Christian Citizen
ship will be emphasized. Two ser
vices will be held each day at the
church. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday will be at the Junaluska
school. From time tq time cottage
prayer meetings will be held. Rev.
llermon Duncan, pastor of Methodist
church at Black Mountain, will do
.the preaching and the Stentzeg will
direct the music- This meeting is in
harmony with the plans of the Hay
wood County Pastors' Association
which is an interdenominational or
ganization. - The publk is cordially
invited to attend all these meetings.
F. O. DRYMAN.
JONATHAN CHARGE. M
Rev. W. M. ' Robbing,' Pastor.
Shady Grove :
Sunday School 10 a. m., Glenn A,
Morning worship at 11 a. m. every
Sunday except second Sundays.
Sunday School every. Sunday 2 p. m.
Preaching first Sunday at .'! p. m.
Preaching every second Sunday at
"GRACE CHURCH IN THE MOUN
Rev. Albert New, M- A.. Rector.
Ranter Day, April 1st.
7:30 A. M- The Easter Communion,
10 A. M. Sunday School.
11 A. M- Morning prayer; Easter
music and sermon by the Rector.
Everybody cordially invited.
Dr. R. P. Walker, Minister.
You are cordially invited to the
Sabbath school 9:45 a. m. and the
Young People's service 7 p. m. ,
This week prayer services were
held 730 p. m. Monday, Tuesday.
Wednesday and will be held tonight.
Easter sprvirp tipv RimHiiv 11 A.
m- with sermon and music to suit'
Put on your Easter garments and
come out. Your pastor and friends
will be glad to gee you. This is tba
first day of the Presbyterian church
year. Start right,
SMALL BLAZE HERE TUESDAY
The local fire department was call
out Tuesday noon to the home of L.
. Rieheaon, when a email blaze waa
discovered in the basement. No dam-
tBr REV p. B F1TZ WATER. D. U
Member f Fatuity. Moody BibU
Institute of Chicago.)
& 1934. Western Newspaper Union.
Lesson for April 1
THE CHRIST RISEN
LESSON TEXT John 20:1-19.
GOLDEN TEXT .If y then be rlse-i
with Cbrlsl, seek those things which
are above, where Christ sittetb on the
rlp'.it hand of God. Col. J:l.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR
TOPIC Living With the Living Christ.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP
IC The Heality of the Resurrection.
The resurrection of Christ Is one of
the foundation truths of Christianity.
It Is the grand proof that Christ was
what he claimed to be, the Messiah,
tup Son of God (Matt. 12:29-40; JohD
I. The Empty Tomb (vv. 1-10).
John does not enter into a descrip
tion of the resurrection of Christ, or
give any proof other than tho empty
tomb aud that Jesus had repeatedly
manifested himself afterward. To see
the body of Christ disfigured with a
spear thrust and nai) prints, and the
empty tomb, was nil that faith needed.
In this lesson John describes tho proc
esses of bis own conviction touching
1. The testimony of Mary Magda
lene (vv. 1. 2). This woman, out of
whom Jesus had cast seven demons
(Mark 10:9; Luke 8:2). announced
the fact of the empty tomb to Peter
and John. Prompted by great love to
1dm for his kindness to her, she went
early to the tomb even "when It was
yet dark." She had realized great good
at Ids hand, therefore she could not
rest until she hnd done her utmost for
him. The measure of one's service for
Christ Is the degree In which he real
izes the benefits conferred.
2. Personal Investigation by Peter
and John (vv. 3-10). The newt of the
empty tomb which Mary brought so
moved John and Peter that they both
ran to Investigate. Their Investigation
assured them of the reality of th res
urrection. The removal of the stone
from the sepulclier, and the arrange
ment of the grave clothes, convinced
them that this would not have been
done by an enemy.
II. The Manifestations of the Risen
Lord (vv. 11-20).
X. To Mary Magdalene (vv. 11-18).
a. Mary weeping at the empty tomb
(v. 11), Peter and John went home
but Mary could not. She stood there
weeping. She really should have been
rejoicing that the grave was empty.
b. Mary questioned by the angels
(vv. 12. 13). Through her tears she
saw angels at the tomb who Inquired
as to the cause of her sorrow.
c. Jesus revealed himself to Mary
(tt. 14-16). She first saw the angels
and then her eyes lighted upon the
Lord.; She did not recognise him In
his resurrection body but his voice was
familiar to her. As soon as he called
her by name she recognized him and
fell at his feet weeping.
d. Jesus forbade her to touch him
(v. 17). This showed that sbo was now
coming Into a new relationship to him.
Besides this, the disciples were still In
doubt aod sorrow. "Go tell my breth
ren" was the message she must carry.
e. Mary's testimony (t. 18). She told
the disciples that she had seen the
2. To the disciples (vv. 19-29). This
ts the first, appearance to the disciples
as a body. For fear of the Jews they
met tn a private room and tarred the
door. While they were discussing the
strange happenings of the day, the
Lord mysteriously appeared among
a. When Thomas was absent (vv.
(1) Ills message of peace (v. 19),
He did not come with censure for their
failure and desertion. Their condact
merited censure, but his consideration
was too tender for that
(2) He showed his hands and his
side (v. 20). Having calmed their
fears he gave them unmistakable evi
dence of his resurrection.
. (3) He commissioned them (v. 21).
"As my Father hath sent me, even so
send I you." This commission was not
simply to the eleven but to all the be
lievers (Luke 24:33).
(4) He bestowed the Holy Spirit
upon them (v. 22). He breathed on
them and said unto them. "Receive ye
the Holy Ghost." Only as empowered
by the Holy Ghost can a disciple go
forward as a successful witness for
(5) The disciples' authority (v. 23).
This anthori'ty was not by virtue ef
office but by virtue of having the Holy
b. When Thomas was present (w.
24-29). His absence deprived him of a
vision of the Lord.
(1) The victory of sight and touch
(vv. 24-28). Jesus graciously supplied
the evidence which Thomas nwded.
(2) Greater blessing for thee who
see only by fait'' '. 2.
RICHLAND BAPTIST C
Rv. I.. F. Crark. Pa
Preaching services flret . r third
Rnnriav imm1 10 o'eloc?'
Prayer meetinr 7:30 hiirsday
WEEK-END EVENTS IN FLAT ,
. .a right smart of sic'kiuvs is in our i
midst this week and the worst thing I
about it is. most of the diseases they
have is not only contagious, hut they
are ketching. it con.-ists of the tlue.-,!
measles, mumps, exzema. lever Dhs-.a:r.
tt-r, and bad colds, dr. brown. U unthi
the go nearly sll the time, and he!la.-t
says ihtst pry's coming wrry ?! -!, : :v.
. .the pest ma ter -.ays he :-.:oe . :
postal caul jrtunir thru '-lie : th.-r '.a.v
to a r. f. d. patron which !i.:.ur.-.-:l
him th.t he had fell h.:ir to liot'i,
cash if he would send i "
sp:i:n in europe to pay f , r ,e' : i".si
the nun who willed it u hur. u
jail, he is a verry lucky t'eiU-v '...-,
happens not to have ihc -I" : :
. . miss jennie vee e sti.ith. cti. ulh- j v
cient scholl principle had the ni i !'..! .
tune to miss a chair last tued i w --n 1 :
she set down in the sola id h.'.ue :.r.di
hit the floor and was hailed h-me .v.
y.ire corry spor.deyt's car by ir.r 1
t lark, rfd. -he suffered a right j
smart of remorse for not looking back
he f oar she took her -eat . . :;e f her I
children moved it -e.wav. -he ni'ivs!
powerful but no bone- -een.
.the dinner patry v.'r.uh w
ber.n hell at 'the home "f mr. ' ::: i v.--
black's pullatial residence ''
avenue vvas pii: . .r' indettnite oiinei
cetmt of the yweet crackers -b.-e l-r . :.--ec
ed from the county ,-ea' for -iRUi , :
did not ;. rrive in im-. .-he wa- .- .!.;,
ir.g to bo asi.-teii ' her 2 rt-. ov! .:'.
a- follows: me.silante.-. b.igbt ow er un.i j 'e.t
nnsdaiiii' v i!Ui r-s..f will onie , v-v, ...
her crackers n: ti'"" e: the r.es: c-'i'ie ,
easion. she ay Had th.- u-i (
sian tea -e.idy ok. : in : .
. .there- has henn :. mov .u'teiit .tc. ;.;
the laini.- ctidiinng tin- pa-' few day..
the c. w a. ha - nuil evirythmg, tin
govvenar.oio i.- going to loan . mi
on the iand that, will lav out a- we'i
as the land 'h nnHigbt
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I'll H . "I I I I 1U .'"III ai- III."" (, .HI -I
,u . , . ,..! i., '
and will not dopii:: anny o:
siellce fur :lnl
.'.there :.- no recent 'news in the- n! ---understanding
atn.vr.gst the I'er.greg
tion of rehol-H'r ohur.'h exeopp a war
rant has henn t.okk out fur willie
ball for disturbing the peace ami
dignity of religious worship when he
shot a fire-carcker under the prayer
meeting which was in proirre.ss at the
home of deacon white's house friday
night who .-belongs to faction no, 1
while willw belongs to faction ho. 4.
he will be persecuted to the full eK
pense of the law, ao they say.
mike Clark, rfd.
Vf f . ouuTVaoouCTt siii isssTNI U J I
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i n ever y
Woolscys Mixed Paint
EXTRA brilliance extra life
extra spread mean real econ
omy in using WOOLSBVS 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 from
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.
i'FAi F. RF.K'.NS SUPREME AT
i v:, .-. c, m:inch 2;'. I i''! 1
: . cdiloi :
w :;i n.i .'..'liiit .. suppn.-eil to
'h".it : he etuueh U'..-- m lehober
' i : witii.mt o!oouhed or
. rt n .r.i-f.-eiing-. amongst
rti g.rti.'ti. .t all collie about
:e;h-.. and e ei yboddy is happy
c ' ll.e ,.in! t' t he t rubble
moor." Mioulii nae cieil-
tettiris; -.nv.i o.l t'uioweil on
..':i.e.i watteiv. lie got jlldil
,i' : p:ke lone, leaders ol' t'.ic
- i. I , meet with him. and
i :Vw '.h:ng bad tnk place,
. .hack hands and made up.
i.etr.g :n se--io!i aisuit an
. a :;'; went .'.nd fetched m cape
. :' t'ac'.'mii no, 1, ..nd in a short
hi- -hiick hand- with the olohr-.
:: h;m and .-pike when out and
.::' bill w .ikins ol t'ac lion no
w :th::! ".0 minuets, all hands
r..u been .-buck by the loaders,
-mnlou n holstim inooie, and
. Iiar.-oni, was at rehobcr
a::d -o w a- judd brow u and
a:lii cape while and bill
the bell-wcat hei of the
: :.u 'ions, and liol-uin rung
1 o 111 minuet.- wit bout intei -
a i .
iy know 'd ' 1 h.it no
pi a er ihcct mg w a.-
o.: :i leiio'iev church on tiles.
.::v. Usev thought soineihing
inoi happened and I hey all
a i d - -a me, v In n t bow a i'
'. 1-uai and hansom had the 4
i-a men lined up in front of
p.t w :th a: in.- around one an.
,a- a -tiai'.ne -jglit to
. , , , , ,
i i i i was -iineiM-ti iiteuiu
- .;.''-."' . i' ai'a n,i- .-tunned xeiry
:',i(i. afier they had all got inside.
iudd ; nd spike and capo and bill said,
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1 ' u a . a . i nie . i i lea 1 1 - a i oi i e i in i
... . . ... . .. i l ... ., ... . ..11 I,
ri-'.ake, and We Want lo cor
, . P
I' Ct .-ante. cvoryi oiiy must forglM
v ri buddy i-l-e as. w e have done.'
'e ere- led in prayer by deacon
f,- .ner. a s.mg was .-ling
a gidieral ' hand-shaking took place
iietwixt everyhoildy. i.nil many large
tears ansid'orth wa ' "heil. a new
preecbev will le called at once and
nobody will . nieiitioii annytbliig that
has took place in the past the whole
town is happy over this tine culnier
natior of the misunderstanding, and
it ha--i welded all of us tighter togeth
er than we have ever been welded
vf oe. .
mike Clark, rfd.
This eolumn sponsored by Denton's
W. T. Denton
FOUNTAIN PENS REPAIRED
The Waynesville Pharmacy
1. H. TI1ACKSTOX
NOTUT. OF TRL'STEE'S SALE
On Mond.-.y, April 2 l'.'M at eleven t
clock a. m.. at me court nouse ui
in the low n of Waynesville. Haywood
l uuniy N. l'. the undersigned trus
tee will sell at publw outcry to the
highest bidder lor cash the following
de.-cribe.l lands and premise.-, lo-wit:
liKlllN.MMI op a stake on the
South side of road, the Northwest
conic.' to the Wesley tilay old tract,
and run- its west line, S. a deg.
tl. pole- to a stake in the hollow
thence . SO deg. V. IP- poles to a
.take; I hence N. ' deg K. ll'j poles
lii a .take m South side of road;
thence down ;oad N 70 deg. K 7 poles
to a st..kr. and S. SO deg. K. ''!!
tiolos to the UKCINNlNll, containing
one acr more or less. l'eing the
same lot f lam! conveyed to Thomas
Allen and wife by deed dated the
dav of .March. l'.Ml. and recorded ill
Hook -J'.' page a:!!' Kcconl of Pceds of
Sale made pursuant to power of
sale con'e: rod upon the undersigned
trustee, bv a deed of 1 1 list executed by
Thomas '.Mien dated May IS. lHUT.
auul recorded in
Record of Hocds .
Hook lib page '-'r7,
'f Ti ust of Hay wood
Thi- i he '-'inl d of
NUTH i: OF SI MMON'S IIV
IN I'll F SITFRIOR ClU R 1'.
1! I! N.I A MIX HRVSON.
The dreiidanl above named will
take notice thai an action -has been
commenced again"! him in the Su
penoi Court of IL.ywood County by
l.he iilaintitV bci ein lo secure an
al -olute divorce "from 1 he plaintilf on
statutory grounds; anil the said de
fendant, will further take notice that
he . Is iccjui'red to appear at the of.
tici- of th,. -Clerk of the Superior
Court at bis ollicc ill the ( 'olirhouse
at Waynesville on the 20th day of
April, It'MI and answer or demur to
the complaint bled ' t herein or the
relief sought will be granted.
This- -the 21st dav of March, ItCII.
V. I!. liYKKS,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Mar 22-21'-Apr. a-12.
NOTICF. OF TRUSTF.F.'S SAI.K
On Monday, April 2, 19,'U, at.-tdeven
o'clock !. M.. nt the court -house door
in the town of Waynesville, Haywood'
County, North ('urolina. the under
signed trustee will sell at public ilub
cry, to the highest bidiler Ior -'Kni
following lands utid yreiuisi; lyinn
und being in the town of HszelwiKid,
and more particularly described as
IIKGINNINt; on a stake in the
Northerly margin of 'Main . Street,
snid stake beinjr G.V feet from the
Kiiwterly tnuigin o.f an alley. (J. P:
Scate.s corner), and runs with the
maririn of the said Main Street, N. 72
K. 45 leet to a stake in the margin-.oi
wafd street; thence N- 18 P. ,62.5
feet to a stake; thence S. 72, Wk 45
leet to a stake; thence S-. 18" K.'02.5
feet to the BF.dlNNING. containing
2812.fi square feet, as per survey and
plat of J. W. Seaver, made September
Sale made pursuant to the power
of sale uonferreil upon the unck'rsign.
ed by virtue of a deed of trust exe.
ruled 'by T. L. . Blalock and wife,
Ona M, .Blalock, dated July 10, 1921,
and recorded in Book 20, page U4.
Keeord jf Deeils. of Trust of Haywood
This 28th day of February, 19:14.
' M. G- STAMEY,
No HVJ - Mar8-13-22-2'J.
A I ) MIN'ISTRA TO ICS N OT I.C K
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of Emma iou Mitchell, de
ceased, late of Haywood County, N.
V , this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed at Waynesville, N. C.. on or be
fore February 21. 1935, or this notice
will be plead in bar of'their recovery.
All persons indebted 'to said estate
will please make immediate payment.
This February 21. 1934.
N. W. GARRETT,
Adminu-trator of Emma Lou Mitch
No. 163 Mar. 1-8-15-22-29-Apr. 5.
NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
J. J. BRICKHOUSE
U. IL FERGUSON.
By virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned from the Superior
Court of Wake County in the above
entitled action, I will on Monday, the
2nd day of A.pril, J934 at twelve
o'clock, noon at the Court House
door in Waynesville, North Car
olina, sell to the highest bidder for
cash toatisfy said execution. aH the
right, tftle and interest which the said
U. H. Ferguson, the defendant, has
in the following described real estate,
FIRST TRACT: In Haywood
County, adjoining the lands of Ane
Iine Haynes, et als.; BEGINNING on
a stone standing by a large chestnut
(tump with pointers on top of Rich
Mountain, the eame being the 76
acre tract ' of land conveyed to the
parties of the first part to the heirs
of Joseph P. Ford, and runs
as follows :
N. 20 10' W. 9 poles; N. 33 E.
15 poles, 8 links to a white oak; N.
29 43' W. 20 poles; N. 4&V W. 12
poles; N. 62 80' E. 9 poles; N. 29 E
12 poles; N. 31 301 K. 14 poles; N. 34
15' E. 12 pole. to a stake; thence N.
(Var ') 28 Vi poles to a chestnut;
thence W (Var 2 45') 321 poles to a
a (-tone in the boundary line of the
old Osborne tiact; thence S. (Var.
yi'i ) 120 poles to a stake, corner ef
thf iii aeie tract; thence h,. with tne
Northern boundary line of said 76
ere tract (ar. 2 4.)) .JOe'i poles
t the place of beginning, containing
- j.tl acres more ,,r less.
SKt'OMi TRACT: Also a certain
tract, lot or parcel of land owned by
V. H. l-'ergusoii on the head waters
of Fine- Creek; bound on the West
by (Henn I'a'.mer and Lawrence Rua-M'll-
on the North by the lands of
Howe and the Madison County line,
on the F.ast by the Madison County
line and H C. Ferguson and on the
South by M. M. Noland. being aH
and every of the lands owned by U.
H. Fergu:oii on the waters of KineA
ei'k. containing 120 acres more or
This M,c ch lit1
.1. A. l.OWK,
S 1 !-22-2!.
A 1 ) M 1 N 1 ST K A TOR'S N OTICF
Having nualilied as Administrator
of the Kst.ite of Dr. Cha.s. H. Mc
Dowell, deceived, late of Haywood
County. N C. this is to notify all
person.- having claims against saiii
estate to exhibit them to the under,
signed at its office in Asheville, N. C.
on or before the S-th day March, 1935,
or this notice will be plead in bar of
All persons indebted to naitl estate
will please mak,. immediate payment.
This the Sth day of March, 1934.
WACHOVIA HANK AND TRUST
Administrator of the ' Fstate of'
Dr. ('has. 11. McDowell.
No. 171 Mar. 8-l.r.-22-2i-Apr. 5-12.
Having iualilied as. administrator
of the estate of W. II. Nichols, de
ceased, this is to notify all pe molls
having claims against the estate of
the deceased to exhibit them to the,
undersigned on or before the kith day
of March. 1935, or this nnticOjWill he
pleaded in bar of t;uch claim.
All persons indebted, to said estate
will please make payment immediate
ly. This the 8th day of March, 1934
MRS. ANNIF N. PALME R,
Administrators of the estate of
VV, H. Nichols, deceased.' '
Mar. 8 15-22-29-Apr. 5-12.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD. '
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
(J FORGE T. SCOTT ,1
' va. I
WILENA WILSON SCOTT.
The defendant, Wilena W. Scott,
will take notice that an action, en
t-itled as above has been ; commenced
in i th,. Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, W obtain
divorce absolute and that the bonds,
of , matrimony heretofore existing, toe
dissolved, and the said defendant wiM
further take notice that she .in re
quired to appear at the office of the
Clerk of' the Superior Cour of said
CouhtV, Trt th Court. Hous,,in,.Wajrrt
neaville, North Carolina- 01 , the lat
day of May, 19J4 and answer or de
mur to the complaint in said, actio,
or ithe plaintiff wiH lajftly,4 WW.
Court for the relief demandea in aaU
complaint, . ' 'j
This the lAt:dav of Mirth.'
Clerk Superior Court ,P". i,lwo4
County, N. C. . 0) ,'. !i
No. 175 Mar. 8-152-2!). ,' - a. . .
Having qualified lis executor of, ,
estate of S. N. Liner, 'deceased, ti
is to notify all persons having clai'm',
against the estate of the deceased to,
file them with the Clerk of the .Sa-;
perior Court of Haywood County o;
or before the 8th day of . .March, 198K.V
or this notice w ill be pleaded in bar.
of such recovery. .
All. persons indebted to said estaU
will pleas,, make settlement at once.
This 8th day of March, 1934.
R. NORMAN LINER,
Executor' of estate of S. N. Liner,
By J. R. Morgan. Atty.
No. 173 Mar. 8-15-22-29-Apr. 5-l
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
D E PA RT M E NT OF STATE.
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES
ENTS MAY COME GREETING:.
WHEREAS it apiM-ars to my
satisfaction, by duly authenticat
ed record of the proceedings
for the voluntary dissolution there,
of by the unanimous consent
of all the stockholders deposited
in my office, that the C. N, ALLF.X
& COMPAY, a Corporation of this
State, whose principal office is situat
ed at No. Main Street, in the citr
of Hazelwood, County of Haywood,
State of North Carolina, (C. N. Allea
being agent therein and in '.charge
thereof, upon whwi process may bo
served), has complied with the re-'
qi)irments of Chapter 22. Consoli
dated Statue.", entitled "Corpora.
tiorvs." preliminary to the issuing- of
this Certificate of Dissolution:
NOW, THEREFORE, I Stacey .W.
Wade. Secretary of State of Nortk
Carolina, do hereby certify thaftha:
said corporation did, on the fith day
of March, 19U4, file in my office a duly
executed and attested consent by all
the stockholders thereof, which said
consent and the record of the V
ceedingj aforo.'aid are now on fi.e in
my said office as provided bvlaw,. .
IN TESTIMONY: WHEfSKOr f
have hereunto fet my hand and af
fixed my official seal at Raleign t..i
6th day of March, A P. -1934 . ;
STACEY W. A:H.
(SEAL) Secretary of tate.
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