THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1931
THE WAYNESV1LLE MOUNTAINEER
(Bo to (Ehitrrh nuuaij
j Governor-Elect Of
S. C. Spends Week
At Lake Junahiska
C'Hl'lU'H 01-' i'lli
CO MM I'XION
iuu.v i Mii-:
Kt'v. Albert Now. Koet.ir.
eviniriB: .crvii.'o at 4 p. m
AW1 will bo pleased to
Balsam Gap1, clmvi'li at this
IVomotion Pay i:i '
,,, I IJ - 1 I ' A I
GRACE CHURCH IX THE MOUNTAINS"
t Episcopal 1
T?v 41h. it New. M. A., Recto''.
Anir'els and ArehanpjU," will be
iVio .if the Reeto.-V sermon on
Sun.tav. Sentember 30th, at 11 o'clock
Th.. service will be a choral celebra
tion .if the Eucharist observing the
Festival of Michaelmas.
Th. rhiir.-h school will convene in
th Parish House at 10 a. ni.
Everybody most cordially invited
to all our services.
THE PRESBYTER J AN CHURCH
Dr. R. I Walker. Minister.
Well, the great Industrial Strike is
over, and the men singing hymns of
praise went back to their jobs Monday-
Perhaps you didn't strike in
dustrially but relibiously. Have you
bt'n attending church regulavly and
faithfully If not, call off the strike
and start in Sunday. You need the
church and the church needs you.
Sunday school i:4r, sermon 11 and
Christian Endeavor 7:1'', service of
praise and prayer Wednesday 7:30.
We had a larger Sunday school last
Sunday than any Sunday for some
time, ' Were you there? It was m
spinni; to see the men's Bible class
room crowded to its capacity. Conn
on men, we can get a larger room.
Let's have still more next Sunday.
Rally Day, Oct. 7th. ;
' The pastor will pi each Sunday
morning on "Putting: Y pur .Business
Methods into Your Religion." i
Glad to see you at all our 'services, I
Next Sunday ...
our Sunday school
We are glad to announce that we
have secured the services of Or. Cas
per Warren, of Oanville. Kentucky
for our series of meetings which is to
begin October 14. He is one of our
fine young- North Carolina preachers
who lias U-en working in another
state. He was a lawyer for several
vears in Dunn, N. C.
it niuin'.aiM, h
surp"i". a m'Vi
system i amor man
mouths terms," he.
Mr- Johnston also advocates
'.ate of H
i:n i. :hi
i.a ii.g el:
NOT 1 1. r.
.maiitied as exvcutui'
of K. A. Setltelle, decea;
LONG'S CHAPEL, LAKE JUNA
LUSKA'S ONLY CHURCH
Fred 0- Dry man. Pastor,
Conference will soon be here. Much
is to be done before we are ready.
But time does not wait! We had two
lijie citgregations la.t Sunday.
Preaching just ordinary. If vou want
to attend a church where the congre
gation puts the preacher on tiptoes
then come to Long's. . In these days
when our souls are in the balance no
preacher lacks for opportunity.' Be
sides, golden nuggets are constantly
falling, so he lacks no material for
real preaching. However, his biggest
job is to live his preachments, this
is especially true in regard to the
proposed theme . for next Sunday
morning Fidelity. Next Sunday
evening at . :,0 our congregation will
be exposed to some real preaching.
Our presiding elder Rev. L. B. Hayes,
will vcupy the pulpit the fourth
quarterly conference will follow.
Promotion in Sunday school Sunday
morning. Let all the teachers and
pupils he present- Wee of, visitation
to follow. Rally day the first Sunday
JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Kev, Howard . V
Morning Mass at
diction of the Biessi
mediately after the
The iilvitat :on of
All are welcome
ay aft.-r Pc-htecost
it A, M- : Bene
sed S..crament im-
attend " the
Sunday promises to be a great day
at the Methodist church.
At i':4o we assemble in the Sunday
school for a -special promotion day
program Sunday is aL-o Rally Day
we want every member of the school
Present. Let s n.ive a great nay wun
a great attendance. And let'
our special 'otfereing as lU'eral
We espicial'y w a:v
have ever taught or 1
Sunday school to tv
the Sunday school a
Sunday At the - 11
pa s t o r vv i '. 1 s p e a k n
Teachers." This is
movemcrit for- a ".at
of Sunday school tethers.
The y.'utiti pccp!j w;il r.
p. ni. ana. the ewivii'.sr chu.
with the .-eimor. bv the p:
Make a special effort, to b
Sunday You need the v
the church needs you.
Our doors are open wide
at 'all times. :
ail those who
.old office in t he
present at ;both
id .vhuivh hours
-'clock hour the
he subject' "Our
-. line w.th the
Mayor J. H. Way v
v Get-Me-Not Day
Hearty endorsement of the annual
Forgct-Me-ot Dav drive of the D.
A, V., W. W.. Chapter No. 5, of W:y
nesv:lle. to he conducted ir. this city
Tuesday, October 2, lias been: extend
ed by Mayor ' W.ay, . iti. a statement
reading as follows:
oar gallant sol.
big offensive of
M case -Argon tie
victory, and the
wever. that the
the present six-i
t he eB-
talihshment td a Labor department m
his state, similar to the one in North
Although he came to the Lake to
get away from work, he brought two
stenographers- who in less than a
week, have wri'ten over a thousand
letters. "And if it were not for press
ing business I'd remain here for a
much longer period," he said, "but
I've got to get back to work."
He is an active worker in the South
side Baptist church in Spartanburg.
He teaches a large Bible class, and
for the past eight years has been a
deacon in the church. He is also
director of the young people's work
of the church and head of the same
work in Northern South Carolina.
While in college he played football
for the University and while attend
ing Wofford played professional
baseball for the Cotton Mill League
Although his campaign was a stren
uous one, he did not loose a bit of
weight, he said, as "I prepared for it
After things get settled. Governor
Johnston intends to return to this
section and spend more time. He
regretted this time that he did not get
to make a trip through the Great
Smoky Mountains National Park.
When questioned about the park ht
said he knew Quite a bit about it
but that the average person in South
Carolina had never heard of it, which
led him to believe that South - ar-
olina afforded this section a wo.ndei
ful "field to advertise in."
Governor Johnston was accompan
ied here bv his Wife and Mr. and
Frances Drake, of Greenville.
irrl I ouniy
. to notify
- again?'. '.
to t.h; :t
at S . ut h n,
e- N. C , 1 '.
being part ot tract
niore fully descrioed
BEdlNNINl. en a
: u-.,....v-llu Township,
North Carolina, auu
No. 1:2, being
NOTICE OF TRuaiEE'S SALE
' r ''el - e t n
in bar of tht
make i mined
This :;uth d .v .f August- it'3-!
R. F. SENTKLI.E
Executor of R. A. Scnte'.le Est..t
No. 243 Aug 30-Sept. t-13-20-Oct-
' j n.
.w : the!
, a st.
teet to :l
:,,nt- Weica s
, line N
On Wednesday. October 10,
at eleven o'clock. A . M. at the
v, i house uo-jt m the town ot aynt;
rlaywoou luuihj, -oil,-i ca.
:he' undersigned will sell at j
uutrrv, to the highest bidder for
All Work Under
NGERA Has Been
c in church ;
iiut-ch and j
'. 'sixteen years ago
diers :arted the last
! he World War in the
Forest which led to
Armistice. "oh Nov 11, l'.US. It is.'
therefore. - fitting t hat the disabled -survivors
of: that eont'.lct should des- !
ignate their annual drive for public j
support as Argoniu- Day 'May their,
present barrage of -.Forget-Me-Nojs '
tind their marks with our fellow-cit -:
irens just as . etfeeui. .'' as. did their -barrage
of bullets for our fellow-citi-'
liens sixteen years ago-.
' "The service winch file ''Disabled :
American' Yetcrar.s are thereby on-1
nb'ed; to render for their less fortun- '
ate Comrades h.-.s beer., .ami .will, be.j,
of 'incilru'lable value to. this comniu-j
nity. - . ' i
"1 trtist that .e'ei-y civie-minded i
citiren wi; wear a. lt:t;t ouie.tiowt
Raleigh. Due to the seasonal in
case in farm employment ill har
vesting and marketing cotton, tobacro.i
and' other' crops all work projects
under the Nt'FRA in rural section?
of the sta-.e will be discontinued inline,
i diately. Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. State
I Relief Administr.tor. announced t.o
Mrs. O'Berry said that hundreds of
, calls from farm workers have been
i -made at local relief .offices by private
. employers- dtiri.tlg t lie past several
i d..ys' - indicat ing the need' for 'work
' and direct relief to care for unem
p'.oVtd farm workers has sharply
-The State Administrator said' that
I farm workers in
H..ving qualified as administrator
of the estate of J. R- Redmond, de
ceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons haying claims against the
estate of said deceased, to exhibit
them to the undersigned at Clyde,
Route 1, or at Waynesville. N. C. on
or before thP 20th day of Septem
ber, 1935, 0r this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
pleasp make immediate payment.
This 19th dav of September, 1934-
CHAS. B. McCRARY,
Administrator of J. R. Redmond
No. 255 Sept. 20-27-Oct- .4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, October 8, 1934. at
eleven o'clock A. M. at the court house
door in the, town of Waynesville
Hay-wood County. North Carolina, I
will sell at pul?ic outcry, to the
highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing lands and premises, lying and
' will be
Ms .not later than
1-'. '-a:, t - -N -:
i ..'"With t
ie 'height of the Harvest-
.lvs. u -berry said. . wnen
r- additiotial farm workers
it. the need for -work pro
I't'ect lelief to care for un-
jvop'.e- 'is .fe(iu.ii to the
Flobe: Do you marve .:'-,e
lareement-s fi'om sriap-shots
Photographer: 'That's or.-
the C. rand
exceptions, v.e .-.re sus-
; pen.ii'Vg all. w ork projects -in the ru
! ral areas and removing farm laborers
from relief rolls . .'h order .that farm
i efs and others offering private em
i p'.oyment may be .-ssured adequate
j'hejp during the harvesting season."
i Work projects- to be excepted ..r
i those dealing with the handling of
: the 100.000 vattie brought irito - the
ei r o u ght -stricken a re as
Irene Dunne & K. 0 Star
Tonic :: '.-'. , . .
SI. 00 Yamrxle
Tonic , ..' ..' -. : ...
31 ax Faetor's
8 TB OI
A net irE. in lipsticks created i
for the stirs of the screa bv Mix
Factor.'.. Hollywood s tciie-up
gfaius.-Al.-uinr-fT.v i;p .sjce-tp: ...
which itncura listing bp color to
the inner is weil is the outer stir.
ce of the lips, thus -insanng uni
form color tor the fail lips. Super- . '
Indelible., .its color lists til dit',
Smooth in textute md soorh:;,
it keeps, the lips lovely In loc: .
.color hirrr.ony shides . Fb-rre,
Max Factor's 5 vrtv Make-Up
"dvw.vf tf tit &..-r " HC t t Vpoi
alts V'r.r '.''.v.
Mouth Wash .
")0c Ipana ,
$1.25 5. S. S.
Tonic ... ... .
$1.00 ST. 37
t r oni
O'Berry said the discontinu
ance of work projects and the re
moval of employable people from the
lelief-roils is -in ' line wtthi the Ad
mini.straticn's genera! policy of re
h. riiitat;..!:. ''. . . . . . ''
"We .-make every -effort to see that
our -relief clients : return to- private
emp'oymer.t where they may ecjn
tinue in the work in which they have
been trained, or: work in which they
beer. troinTd. or work which they
have been . accustomed to do, when
the employment is available.. We be
lieve that e.m ploy nier.t- now is avail
able tp the large majority of.i. farm
workers ot: cur rolls."-
Mrs: O'Berry said that relief for
unemployable people will be cOntin
ue.t . as ; usual. '..'"'
"1 m at
you fit' ao.vi
a beautiful g:
or ia sen-
i you'll never be able to
marrv either, old titan " -."-"'
:-.' "Why ttotr': ;:
"We.il. -x beauiiful girl could olo
better.- anil a : sensible . .girl wbuldi
.itr.o w better. . ,
. . Kastus:
' six raisin--.Grocer:
y .'Uf riy psper.
Yes, suit ; Ah wants aoout
..Do you mean six. pounds 1
:Naw. suh, about six- jes
Vitamin Com p.
Fletchers . .
Due To Constipation
"Thedford's Black-Draught has
been used ia my family for years,"
writes Mrs. J. A. Hightowtr. of
Carthage, Texas. "I take it for sick
headache that cotr.es from consti
patloa. When I feel a headache
coidn? on, X take a dose cf Black
Drauih It acts and mj- head gets
easy. Before I knew or Black
Draught, I would suffer two or :
hree days but not any more since
I have vised Black-Draught."
Ptrr-1 VrfrtsW txtlT
feet to a .-take, saia
K' feet from the center ot
veway; thence with Welch
niiVewav. ami l- teet nom wie i"
n.,,-..:,f in a Westerly direction
tV,.t to'n stake near Hall Road, Welch
th .-!-.: .. with Hall Road as
meanders, 12 c.Uls a
K. 2"K feet: . -44
: W. 2.") 5 fee! :
feet : S 62 ;i0' K
30' K. 50 feet; S
1S; E. 120 fee
N. r8 :0' K
feet; No. r3
follows: S. 13'
W. 193 feet; is.
S. 32' 45' E. 89
2t53 feet; S. ST
4' 30' W. 205 feet;
; X. 77 E. 58 feet;
94 feet; N. 38s 10
E. 53 feet to the BE-
GIXXIXG. containing 14 J-,uu
acres, more or less, and being part oi
the land conveyed from H. X. Phil
iin an,) u'ifp. I., f. Phillips, to T. M.
Mnmui' hv dped ree-istered in Book
55, page 419. Record of
Ha wood County-
alove described, six acres
conveyed to Z. V. Morrow.
Sale nuuie pursuant to. power , of
sale conferred upon the undersigned
by virtue of a deed of trust executed
by T. M. Morrow and wife, Mary
Morrow, dated August 7, 1933. and
recorded in Book 29, page 164. Re
cord of Deeds of Trust of Haywood
This September 8th. 1934.
W. R FRANCIS.
No. 252 Sept. 13-20-27-Oct 4-
pre nu. sts :
BEGi.N.M-Mj on a staKe in '.:,.
Xorthe.-sterly margin of a puh::.
read- said stake being H. Clark a:,
W- C. Phillips corner, and runs w.'.:
the said Clark-Phillips line, X. .;;
W- 505 feet to a stake, Phillips. C!;ir,.
and McElroy corner; thence with th-
Phillips-McLlroy line, X. 20 30' K.
185 feet to a stake in said lin-, ;
I thence S. 36 E. 538 feet to a stake
' in the margin of the public road,
j Hogland and Phillips comer; ther.L-,
'with the margin of said road, S. 32-
30" W. 177 feet to the BEGINNING,
containing two (2) acres, more or
i less, as Der plat made from survey
of J. N- Shoolbred. June 14, 1928, by
J. W. Seaver.
Being a part of the property de
scribed in a deed from W. C. Phil
lips and wife, Myrtle Phillips, to Carl
Messer and wife. Vernie Messer,
dated May 30. 1931, and recorded in
Book 84, page 314, Record of Deeds
of Haywood County.
Sale made pursuant to the power
of sale contained in that certain
deed of trust executed by Carl Mes- j
ser and wife, Vemie Messer, dated!
Mav 1st, 1933. and recorded in Book
31, pag 26. Record of Deeds of Trust
of Haywood County.
This 10th day of September. 1934.
251 Sept. 13-20-27-Oct. 4.
ReaJ The Ads
Monday Night 7 p. m.
ALL ROADS LEAD TO WAYNESVILLE AND THE AMERICAN LEGION, NOST
NO. 47 FIRST ANNUAL
Agricultural Poultry Home Demonstration Ex h ibit s
Merchants Manufactures Automobile Dealers
The Largest Fair Event Ever Held In Waynesville And
First Annual Haywood County Fair Opens Mon., Oct. 1,
1934. Delhvood Highway Band Mill Grounds, Waynesville
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 134- Is-Canton Day Also Fraternal Day when members of all
Fraternal Lodges will be admitted Free until 7 1 M. upon presentation of their paid up
membership card. Baby Pageant.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19:51 Is School Children Day for Waynesville and All Hav
w(xd County All school children will be admitted Free day and night. All shows and
rides will be 5c to the kiddies this dav onlv.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1. 19.51 Is Ladies Bay.
day only up until 7 P. M.
All Ladies will be admitted Free on this
FRIDAY. OCTOBER ". 19:51 The Public Wedding will take place on The Midway when
a local couple will be joined in Matrimony. ( Legal Public Wedding on Fridav Night. Ac
tober 5, 19:51).
.sa 1 1 KD.W, OCTOBER 6. 19.51. The grand Climax
awarding of any and all prizes in Contests et c.
with Special Features and the
-F E A T U R I N G-
0N THE 3IIDWAY
Krause Sreater Shows
W AYNESVILLE. N.
DELLWOOD HIGHWAY BAND MILL GROUNDS
ALL NEXT WEEK OCTOBER 12 3
7 Mammoth Riding Devices. 12 Big Fun Shows, Bands. Calliphones.
Big Feature Free Acts Day and Night. Legal Public Wedding Contests Educational
Exhibits. Industrial Exposition Agricultural and Poultry Displays. A whole midway of
new and entertaining features
DON'T FORGET THE TIME OCTOBER 1 TO 6
WOOD HIGHWAY BAND MILL GROUNDS-
INCLUSIVE THE PLACE DELL--WAYNESVILLE.
American Legion Post No. 47
This Is Your Fair-So Why Not Be There g '
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