The Best Advertising .Medium In Haywood County Published At The Eastern Entrance of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park Head by Thinking People
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THI KSDAV. MAY
Creamery To Use
Grade "A" Milk In
Making Ice Cream
Plant Jo He In Operation Rv
Mav loth. Orders Fur 200
Gallons ot Milk Given
V. K- Woodall, general manager of
the new. creamery that is being es
tablished here, told' The Mountaineer
this week that the new plant would
u.-e only grade "A'' milk in the manufacture-
of ice cream. Orders are
being placed for 200 gallons a day
beginning May 15th.
The grading of the milk 'will be
under the direct supervision of K. L.
Hinton, county sanitary officer. This
is the only plant in this .section that
uses exclusively grade "A" milk in
making ice cream, Mr. Woodall said
The plant is rapidly Hearing com.
nletion, and the installation oi the
new modern machinery will begin at
an eaily date. The plant will be in
tull operation by May 15th. The
capacity of the plant is 500 gallons
of ice cream daily and 2 000 -pounds
oi butter a week.
Reports Made At
The chairmen of the: different com
mittees of the Waynesville Library
Association made their annual, ve-
poils at the recent meeting held at
ihe library. The reports as a whole
were encouraging, it was said. In
l-riof, the. reports were 'a. follows:
1 lank balance March 1, I'Xm, .$ 31.20
Subscriptions . '.. . 170.00
Fee- and fines ........... 70.25
Kent of Books 2C1G
Lost book . . 1.00
Picture show . . ............ fi0.55
Citizen's' Bank. .' 62.49
Donations. Community Club . 5.00
Donations. Woman's Club .... 10.00
Donation. D. A. R. ... . . . . . . . . 10.00
Donation, 1). A. R Teas ..... 10.28
Donation, miscellaneous 4.25
Total . . ... . . .$461.24
Librarian's salary $206.77
Janitor's salary . . 34.00
Cards. etc, . 4.67
1'. O. 'box . . . . U 00
Miscellaneous, tax on checks.
etc. . .. . 2 54
Coal and kindling ........... 12.43
House cleaning . ............ 5.97
I'lumbing . . . 1.00
Bank balance, Feb. 28, 1934 . .$100.36
Total . . .... ...... .$461.24
MRS. W. T. SH ELTON,
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE LI
.Juvenile : . 733
Science : 38
General literature 80
Total circulation for the year 5101
Total No. subscribers 125
Total No borrowers kol
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOOK
As an annual report i.s at best but
the skeleton of what -.has been accom
plished, those who are interested must,
read between the lines and. endeavor
to visualize not only .the actualwork
done but the high hopes which have
tome to naught. Under existing con-;
ditions. th(, following account of the
circulation may be considered fairly
: good:: ; ,
No. volumes on hand F eb. 2,
1933 .: . . 6037
No, volumes purchased dur
ing year . . . . ....... 47
No. volumes donated during year 53
No. volumes worn out during year 53
No. vloumes lost during vear . . . 39
No. volumes on hand i eb. 28,
ACCFSSORIFS CI SSIFIFD
Fiction . ....... ..... 74
luvenile . l ........ . 20
The decrease in circulation (936)
and the decrease in subscribers (18)
are regrettable, but the committee
feels that the only remedy is at least,
a dozen new books on the shelves
each month and that Seems impossible
.t. present. F ortunately, there are
roany tourists who recognize the fact
that books which appeal to any indi
vidual afford mental stimulus not to
be obtained in any wav and the
Library is quite popular during the j
-V real effort is made to keep the
reading table well-stocked . with, late
: magazines, though no . funds, have
(Continued on back page)
Deed For Last Of
Park Land Being
l inal .sellement I.s Made to mm.
crest Lumber t onipanv for
Lands in Park Area
What js believed to Ik- the longest
deed ever tiled in the Register of
Deeds ollice in Haywood county is be
ing recorded this week. The two deeds
are for two tracts. 32 OOP each to the
state of North Carolina for the lands
of the Suncrest Lumber Company.
One of the deeds is (S typewritten
pages, ? ingle spaced. Tht other is
20 pages of typewritten (natter.
The work is so tedious and exact
ing that it is expected to require
about three weeks to complete. The
first tract contains 32.853.53. acres,
while tiie second tract contains
Federal government official.- from
Washington brought the deeds here,
and at the sam,. time brought check.-,
with which to pay for the land which
the park commission is acquiring.
The settlement for the two tracts of
land, under the Weaver Bill- com
pletes the purchase of land in North
Carolina for the Croat Smoky .Moun
tains National Park- The park area
in North Carolina now .comprises
Chas. Willis Is
Out For Hoard
The first candidate- to anneun
member of the County Board -of Edu
cation wa Charles Willis, -of Canton.
Mr. Willis is a native of Haywood
and has been connected with the
Champion Fibre -Company for many
This i.s the lirst time lie has ever
sought a public office. He has always
taken an active interest iii the schools
of th(, county.
Judge Alley To
Teach S. S. Class
Judge Felix K. Alley Will speak
before the Citizens Sunday School
class which meets Sunday in the office-
of Morgan, Stamey and Ward each
Sunday at .10 -o'clock.' The class' .was
organized some few weeks ago by J.
R. Morgan, who i.s teacher.. The at
tendance has steadily increased each
week sine,, the organizating.
The topic of Sunday's le.sson will be
"Christian -Citizenship.." .
The class is especially for those who
are not affiiHated with, any Sunday
school, and a cordial welcome is ex
tended to all to attend.
Rally Will Be
Held At Clyde
A -Kiihdav school r'allv will he held
by thP Haywood Boptist Association
at the Clyde Baptist church Sunday
afternoon beginning at 2:30 o'clock.
An inteersting program has. been ar
raged. on the importance, of training
for Sunday school-services- .
All pastors, officers and teachers
in thf, Haywood Association are urged
to attend this meeting, and anyone in
terested in. the Sunday school work
is invited. ...
Following a song service; by Jerry.
Robinson, the Scripture reading . will
be given by Paul Grogan, and the gen-,
eral activities of . the. associational
work will be explained ar.d discussed
by Glenn D. Brown, president of the
Mr. : Jack Messer, of Waynesville,
county superintendent of Haywood
county schools, will speak on "1' raili
ng a Church Responsibility:..
Legion To Meet And
Arrange For Scout
Troop Next Monday
: The regular monthly meeting of the
lrtiprii.nn T &pt will h held at. the
Masonic Temple at eight o'clock on
Monday night. Several matters of
importance will be brought up, one
of which is the naming of assistants
to work with -LeRoy Davus who has
been named scout master for the troop
Boy Scouts that tne i.egion its
' the Kotary l. lurj iroop is pioKiesa
and members of the Le-
iAn nva VOnllPS ted to bQ present to
help formulate plans for their troop.
IO AN TIML FXTFNDFD
made this week
.-iiliiuuii.1',.". .-.j ---
ii.i t'UA :mrwnn' cron loan time
limit had 'been extended to May 15th.
Former notice had been made that the
rm- limit was -Mav nrst. sin
r'?JL Z mkimr annlication for!
thee 'loan should get in touch with ' was part of an English language pro
courilv agent W. D.Smith. ; . ect launched at the Lmversity of
cans Selected A
(Miners l or t ouniv Organization
Ke.electt'd. Mate t haiiman
Heard In Address
Selection of the iounty ticket to
gether with tiie re-election of Clciin
A. Boyd as county chairman, featured
the Haywood county Republican con
enthii held m the court hous-e here
Saturday ..f t.eniooii, with ti, Guy
Hipp-, prominent Canton business
1 be county ticket i.-: For state sen.
ale. Alvm f. U.:id; l epi oscntative,
Thomas L. Givin; Cleik of court,
GU nil A. Bod; sheritl. James A
Singleton; register of deeds, VV.I. Mc
battey; chairman of the county bo.iid
of commissioners. Jodie il. Mann, with
T..T. Noland and William A. Bradley
as members, Dr. K. W'.S. Pegr.iin,
t anton physician, ' wiis .-elected the
candidate for county coronei.
Ollicels elected wcie; Glenn A.
Beyd, rc-eJecttd county chairman,
llaiiey K. nglit. pu.d. slier of the
Canton Kind-prise, vice-chairman;
and Clinton .U. Holland, re-elected
secretary. A ppi ox unateiy olHl person.-,
aitended the coiu edition.
.ddic..-(. s by W, C- .Mv.'kins, of
1 lenders. uivillc. state chairman of the
Kepuiilirau executive louiinitiee, ami
llasley l. l.eavitt. of Asbeville, can-ilidiiti-
for ( engross 1 ri ttie I llii
i.lstlid, l'e.llllleil a sH clal .lleetlU);
licid in llio t'aiiteoi hih .-ili.fol uu.li
ioinuii .Hi fluriUiy in.iiiii . Willi nmie
' 'MM .",.10 pi. . l. ..Us a! ielni i -I'lg
I 1 U !i udii el .; eb cti d dill 1 lig 'l 111
i-tl. 111.- s :-(:-' li-ll. ill ri ' K. .Nl . V ii'lei ,
c,l ..'l.i 1 i.f the i I .illip.i 1. I- II v I ,.111
jiaii . la.-i-lei '. d ii-;-ldei-ii , Ce, h gi
r d n-ri ia n re i li i led iii.i-.uni, while
ji tor .1. Al ;i i 1 Hi,' 1 1 -e.ii-cti d si el ida . y
id the i liili by in ci.ini.a; idfi.
Prol.K. J. Robeson
Ends 50 Years As
A Public Educator
Well Known Local leather lias
.spent Past I- iltv ears In
I lass Rooms
i- la. J. Kob
year as a
i school teacher
th,, seveliteent h
is a teacher.
t his week
year in W
Ho is a native
ty, being the son
son. Ills niothei
Kev. .1 nil 11 RoIk
'a.i, Harriett M
He spent most of bis; boyhood
young niiiiihiHuf in Asbeville. H(
ceived his early education at the
old New'tmi Academy:-uniier- 1'rof. lianks
and in the school I'm- hoys t digiit. by
1'rof. S. l- Venable.
Lat r he went to W'eavervillc Col
lege and it the last year before going
to college, he taught the primary de
partment in the Venable school.
He went to Kmi-iry College, Ga.. and
w,(s giailuated in IKsl with distinc
tion, ami rcceiverl his A. B. degree.
.The.- lir-t year 'after his graduation
he taught, niat.betnatii s at W'eaver
ville ('ollcge. The next year he came
to W'ayncs ville ..nil taught for two
years in- tlur oiil academy . .
Here he met ami nia;i ied S- Fannie
Ferguson, a daughter of the late
.hidg,. Garland S. FeigU-soh.
in 1 v:d h" w t:i i in U-rsville. G...,
as superintendent: of' the public
-i hoois. Ho l emairieil in-Georgia untii
li.'l", wi.i :i he retu i ned to Waynesville
as suiierihtcndeiit of the city schools.
While in Georgia 'he organized and
establi.-h. I the graded : schools of
yuitnian- where he .eniained for eight
years. .. ..
lie 'was superintendent of schools at
Marietta anal Gainesville, Ga. In
1.013 he went to LaGr iiige Collfge as
vie,, president, and .taught mathe
matics for four years. ..
Since 1!)17 he has been a citizen of
Waynesville and connected with the
public .school system.
MOST SLANG ORIGINATES ON
COLLEGE CAMPUS, IS FOUND
Investigation' Of ."SlanguaRe"
Terms Gain Circulation On
American flang is hatched on the
American college campus.
The modern slang vocabulary underr
going a constant revision as current
expressions become trite and new
ones are created to replace them, is
traceable almost to the word to stu
dent groups, possessed with a desire
irr the bizarre and unusual writes
John V. Harden, staff member of The
C harlotte News, in that paper.
The American college was estab
lished as the principal "slang-uage"
source in a survev recently made by
S. L. Woodward, principal of Fasi
fern School, Hendersonviile, and a
lfinl.1 inr.liwnnin Vv-i fin II- Vi J-l Til -ll-nc V l -
'vkii "h '""- -
home at the Y. M. C. A., The.survey
Over $3,000 Worth of
?tock Has Been Su!
scribed To Cannery
One Hundred and 1 ortv 1 ai mers
lake Mock in Promised
( o-operative ( annen
Will- 01)11 worth of stock already
sold in the proposi'd i operat ive
eanuerv here, plans are being pusbco
nained at a
the committee recently
mass meeting togethei
Aei'iit' V I). Smitli to
bring the total of stock up to S4.000
When the reitii.ed amount u- reached
plans will be made immediately on a
site i rid the solo, t ion of a manager
who wilt supei vise the new iudusti.
It is hoped of those heading ihe
project to get the cannery under way
in tun,, tvi use this year's crop. Of
course, to be able to do that no time
can be lust in bringing the matter to
a close, either one way or another, it
was pointed out.
Common stock has been sold to 110
f. diner, at tep delta. 's a dia re, and
the leiiiiiinder to I ii-nitss men, mibt
ot w lufin are Wayi..'s illc (iti.eii.-.
At ;i decent meeting of the fanners
vi f Haywood eount, the fact was
In ought out that lie county' att'oids
he. opportunity for -a cannery that tills
county din's at tin- time. . The farm
er have taken an iutiw pari in the
eampiiii'ii to sell sio ., k and :rre most
iHlAHUi- l icit t ile p . ejict goes tb rough.
:leeinig coi'i iii it "lev as named
.en; meetiiig is a- follows: J.
I I lay. Ileiil.v I'diincis l:ie
Tom Koge'r.-. an. I A rt bin (
Directors Of Ha
"The -Haywood County si oeb bolde I s
of the Farmer-. Federation met at the
warcliou. e in Waynesville. on Satur
day. April 21st. .lames G. 1 Mc
Cluie, ,lr,, pn'sideilt of the Fu.'iners
Federation., presided ;it the "nieefitnf
and g.ve a report of t hodjusiness.
Professor S. C. Clapp, of the State
Test Farm, who has been a director
of the Fanners Federation for 12
years, spoke on growing vegetables
and soil improvement.,- .
The following directors were elected
tor the Farmers Federation foC Hay
wood county :
11. Arthur Osborne, Canton, chair
man'; Henry Francis. Route. I, Way
nesville, vice chairman; Glenn Hoyd
Route Wavnc.-ville. sec.-etary; K.
T. 'lloy.il. Route 2, Waynesville, .1 B.
Meilfo'rd, Route Waynesville. Glenn
I'.iliiKO ( rabtree, R. F. Davis. K,,ute
'-!, Wayne-ville, R ( '. 'ha rubers, Route
2, Waynesville. N. V Carver, KoUte
2, Waynesville. C. S. (ireen, Route I
Fach of the six counties in which
the Farmers Federation operates has
its .-group of seven to ..ten directors,
who decide lb,, policies and .program
of t lie I-.. : oi' i Federation in its .own
NOIK L l( () s( Ol IS
White .Mease, .scoutmaster of the
Rotary troop of Jloy Scouts announced
that the meeting' place of the. troop
had been changed from the Central
Flemeiitaiy school to the First Na
tional Rank building. New rogistra,
lion is M-hedUled for tonight (Thu s
day I at 7:.i(i o'clock.
1 I I
YOU OF CALVARY r HliRf II
IT I IKK TO I'RKACH SUNDAY
At Cleven o'clock on Sunday niorn-V'V-
-May ;th, , in Ciraee Fpiscopal
church the special preacher will be
the Reverend Kdgar It. Nell. ICector
of Calvary church, r letcher, N- I .
The Sacrament of the Holy Com
munion will be administered.
Kverybody.is most coidially in
vited to be present.
Shows That Most Words And
Campus And Then Go To Outside
Tennessee by Mr. Woodward.
He sent a questionaire to 50 Amer
ican colleges and universities, asking
for the slang in use by the .students
there. Ileplies were received from 50
of these, making it possible to draw
some conclusions regarding the una
and origin of slang at the American
institutions of higher learning.
The final collection- of these ques
tionaires and : the classification and
tabulation of the information that
that they contain reveals that an
many cases slang expressions for.
given person or thing are often more
ilptfri nt j VP than the .-dictionary term
designed for the same use. The slang
words also reveal an apparent, desire
fcr -h'itti U s ird f xnresion-,
(Continued on ...a-JK page) I
(Jolt' Course Is Now
Open Fo Players.
Has Keen Improved
Ross lalor. ol Aslieville. Has
IJeen I.mploved As Pro At
I Local ( muse I -or season
The Waynesville Country Club golf
course is now open to players, with
eleven of the eighteen greens in the
best condition they have been in since
the course was built, according to J.
M. Long, operator ot the course.
Mr. Long said in t ten of twelve
nun were now working on the other
: seven 'green- and that they Ui ald be
I in shape within the next ten days.
i", are doing cveiything we can to
I gel the coti.se m shape -and feel that
j nit Inn the net ten davs U will be in
j such splendid shape that it will tie
.. bo e crit icism."
Ross Taylor, professional golfer of
Asbeville, has been employed by Mr.
Long and is now in charge at the
euiiise. In ...peaking of Mr. Taylor,
Mr. Long said: "He came to us highlv
iceoiiinicuilod by a great, many yood
golfers. He was formerly connected
with the Aslieville Country Club.
hilling the month of May special
meiiibe. sin is are being ottered local
people for .fl'J.dO plus tax. I liana
Shoolbied is in charge of the mem
bership drive Mr 1ong said: "This
lilt,, will expire on May 'I! 1st.". The
other rates are us follows: .Morning
j lifty cents." -Afternoon fifty cents.
jWeeM.v tin eo dollars. Monthly seven
; dollais and a half-
Hii.iiig 'the, entile winter, when
Weather .permit t ed , M r, Long has had
a crow 01 men working on the 'greens
of the cull I'm-. New lilelhods of caing
lor the gleeiis have been installed all
of which ii.-suies til,, best that can' be
e U i-ted in il gol (' course.
Calandar For mi
j ( .implied by
Fxi'cul ive See re 1 a i y
aid of l-deidions.
Regi. I . ntion liooks Open
Late of opening of the Registra
tion Rooks by tile Registrars at the
polling place at '.1:0(1 a. m,. for regis
Irittioii of new voters. Registration
books ar,, to remain open for regis
tration until sunset mi .every Satur
day through Saturday, Mav l!t'h,
fo.- registration. ('. S. b'J-il, and C.
S. ll(WV, Sees. :!1 and ill of Klectiioii
1 . . w pamphlet.
Inspiration f iling Time for .Legisla
tive. ( ' i 1 1 r 1 1 v and .Township .
Last diiy lor candidates for scloc.
linn as I lie nominees of aiiy political
party fur th ollice of State Senator,
member of the House of Represent as
tive , and County and Township ollb
ces Iv.lilq Notice of Candidacy With
the Comity Hoard of Flections. ('.
S, Iiil22, -Sec! 87 -of. the Kicofion Law
CertiUcation of Names of CaniJidates
for Stale Senate
Last day fur the ..Chairman of the
County- Hoard of Flections in the Sen
atbriiil District co'mposed of more
than one county where there is no
agreement as provided for ' in Sec
tion lilll-t of the ('. S. to. certify, to
every other Chairman, of the County
Hoards of Flections in such Seniito
rial Di.-triot, the names of all candi
dates who have filed Notices of Can
didacy in their resiiective county for
the -office of State ..Senators, C. S.
lidH, .Sec of Flection Law pam
phlet. MAY 22ND
Statement's of Fxpenditures to lie
Last day for Statements d' Fxpx-n-ilitures
to be tiled by candidates -and
campaign committees. All -candidates
for State and District offices shall file
such statements with: the. Secretary
of State. ' Ail candidates. 'for State
Senator in districts composed of only
one. county, ; members of , the House of
Representatives, and. all county ' offi
ce..: shall file such statements with the
Clerk of the Superior .Court of their
county. P. I.. i ( hap. See
' 7, -: Sees. J 07 l'i'.i of Flection Law
Callenge , Day . .
Day for Registrars: to attend the
polling places with , the registration
books, from. 9 il. m. until .'i.i: ni. when,
and where . the registratioii booki
shall be opened to the public for in.
speclion for . the purpose of chal
hng(s ( S V)72 S(c 11 of He c
tion Law pamphlet.
Jt I 2ND
Rfimary Flection Held '
Date of . I'rimarv Flection, ( . -S
fiOlX. Sec of Flection Law Pa n
phlet. Mrs, Zimri Rogers, of Pitt -burg,
Pennsylvania, . and daughter,: Mjrs.
Judge hrank M. I'adderi of C hicago,
are spending a few days in .Wavncs
ville visiting; their father and grand
fdthtr Pcv R -V StntcPc Mr
Padden is accompanied by her : hus
band and . daughters, Mary Frances
and Patsy. .
Mrs. Mary Hampton and grandson.
Bobby, of Asheville, arrived last week ,,
for an extended visit to. .the former's
brother-in-law, Mr. .lames McLean. T
$1,000 Raised Here
In A Few Hours For
C. of C. Adhities
Leaders Leliee Amount Will I Jehu-reused
to Sl.'i(M). Alxiul
I 100 ,Setiiied in ( ash
i he membership eommittee together
with the finaiu-e committee ,,d' the
;l nesv die Chiuninr of lomnierce
made a drive hole -Thursday m winch
pledges amounting to appi ox innitely
$1,(1(10 were secured. About $HMl iii
cash was received The amount ,a
rcceived from business men. The
hotels and individuals of the comiv: i
nity are yet to be coiitinted , .
pledges received from them.
V. A. Bradley, chairman d' tb
menibei ship committee, and .J . M.
Long; chairman of the tin uice com.
mittee, together with members ol' the
board of directors and President .1. V.
Hay, all expressed belief that when
the remaining business firms, indmd
iiiils and hotel- contributed, that the
amount raised would exceed ,l.,"i(HI;
i'he board of directors will meet
within the next few days to name the
assistant .secretnrv who will: dev. do
full tin 10 ill the office. The meeting
was scheduled for iast night, bill
stveral members were out of town
working on a matter of interest to
the cut ir,. section with highway ,,!'
iicials in other parts of the -state". As
soon as they arrive back in tout) a
meeting will be c.-il'cd, '' v,., iin
iiounccd. Students Awarded
Al Hih School
!;:- . Koil h I, en;: 'and .Holvby Sbum
WO - e ii'AM riled the . ( ' 1 1 jz( o Il i p uiedills
Tiiei'il.iy iiiorning following the Senior
Cla s Day i sei'cises in tin high: Mdiool
:iilili: oi;iiiili. 'flu si' t wo st uileiil were
-.eh clod I'. din t he .senior 'cla.- s. liy tile
ivh leber.s ,,f the 'faculty, ' for' theu ex
celli ine in honor, leadership, pets,n
aliiy, sehol.irship, and service. ' The
nieilitl- were given by the porc'i., Heii
Love eh ipter Of the. Daughters of the
American Revolution and were pre
sented by .Mrs. W. F, Swift.
A ir,-.,.i u i.;... .. .. . i i... -..
..-v., ,itiiiie vv.es , , est' l( I e, . ,s,io
as a prize for the best perfoi manco
iii the senior play, " I he ( bai in
SchiMil," This iirize was given by the
Woman's Club and was 'presented by
Mi-. S. P. Cav.
Following ttie custom ef the p.ist
si vera I yiiirs the senior class pre
sented a jgi.fi to the high school. This
year the gift was a picture of M r. la.
.!. Rolii'soll. who , has served I lie
Waynesville school for .-(ve.nfee.v
At t he same t ime the foutbaH siinol
presenteil i liaiidsome leather das',
to Ciiach Weill hei bv in :i nrn-i-e .'.-i 1 1, ,n
of his leadership and co;iching, wliicii
resiilled tn -the -local team- hoiiig eliain
pioi'is. of Western: North Ciibifiiia foj- .
I wo sUi'eessi(.' seasons.
Died Sunday At
Cove Creek Home
Unbel t - llai ii'il, 47, . passed :.way
at hi's heme on ( :ive . Cteek ..'following
;i shdr.L. -pe.-rii-i.il. of-, illness which : ..d'e-.-velcpeil
i'urieral service- Were held Abe id iy
.nd tider nic nt was- made'-at 'i.v(; 1 i'1 'k'
i!;ipti-t 'chui ch with Rev. Fore'-t IVr--'
gu - on di iii,! Ke'. V'oiler" 1 lav is. riaidiic! -,
dig tin- services.
'ihe deri'iised is survived by . ':.!
wife, a- .-,,)) 'and a daughter, hi'-' par
eiits, two (iiothei's. .lanies and Floyd,
nrirl foiH siste i s ;'.'M , -SV..-.K. '-1.: "'Du;s',.
.Airs, iiob (jreene.. Mrs. Jiiiiic.-, ' ".ham-.'
liei-s, -rml ,1 r.s. Krnest Durican.: '
:.' He was an active niember 'of .'.In;
church, having been a nifrnKt I'in
years: . lie -'was former sHpei'iiii i'i'iileiit
of the Suniinv -A-li'-J ami .fai-i: dores:
detd .ii: :tb,. I!. V. 1'. C. .
"'ilis' friends -.a al- ,','f: 'him, ''H- .-'u as
t-itlly' il I ii lis ! f Ji' g"i:t leiiian':','
X:V. -I i.T I "HAL .: LI-' If l: i. I ' T , '
Tho;,gricuhiii; A t'lul'r' of. ;i !:-' 'W;ay.
nesville- 'Township .-,'.H igii - .ch-.s--: me': .
'iue'silay ami ('lected the .follow '.' -
iicers for the ensuing yijaf: ' : '' ,
Presi'rleiit. ilav FergUswii ' .
Vici'-President,-. " i 1.1 i a' t ri -' F c. '.: ' ) -J" ;
". Secretary, '.Frederick.. ,N;vdit;ss
Treasurer, Lucius Allen- .
.:. Watch Dog,. Pa Pui-gess,'. :
,Tp()l4e'ri-'i-UK;'''ie.;'Fh-ir:c!.--;-..,'J ,,' ; r
15 APT! ST a iKCLFS T'iivM;i''FT-:''
' The !;:ipbi-i.sciieles''.w;il mc ;. Tues-ilaj-e.Miiv
a.;.'..wit.H '''the .f'Ib'W jig t.i
ie'ss..s: :.i'di: ',''' v- hi' '.''.: . '':';
1. The Lottie Moidi with .Miss.Jcs-ie...
Herren,;'.; :'""',d'.::" '. ...'".''..';-, ',: : '
."The Mollitf Heir-en ...'wittt .Mrs. .
Fred 'Siiunders. '' ,'., . '.
The, WestdlSi.!'.; wirh Mrs; IFrrst '
Ilm-trin..' ''''"'.. '','. s '
'1. The 'N. :".h. Sab' w it h "'.M rs.r V . '
Noi'eck. ''. ' ;,' d,'.-,
.". The Fu--t--' Weddin s :;(,-rcle:
win- n-. et wirK MrV,- .. 'C. .Fet'gason '
hu'-sd-avi' Mav ' a't.-'T :'.-0 .p.'.jrt-. :". ' ;''