ftt RSPAY1SEPTEMBER 9,
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
. L,a Jo Ferguson, operative
a. se-ell HiPP. of Canton' Per-",-,
t J Mauriey, of Canton, op
.' is resting more com-
t. Grant Presnell, medical case,
i-;!le Gaddy, medical case,
T T r. ,S 1 1 "1 Att
u Chas. Long, oi uy
'. is improving.
! 700 Americans Now !
In Danger Zones In j
Far East Conflict!
The Embassy of the United States
Government announced yesterday
j from headquarters in Peiping that it
could not "guarantee the safety" of
' Americans who insist on remaining
in North China. They are urging ap
proximately TOO Americans in Peipir.g
: and nearly twice that number in Xorth
China to make use of the present fa
j cilities for leaving China. Naval ves
' sels are available for those wishing
to leave immediately, the embassy ad
Mdfiipr. of Cnvi
."" .. . .!!. is resting more
.e. i better.
Jr Ivan JUSUCe, Ul nuwit, iriM-
Lc-ujf, is improving.
Early Biackett, of Canton, med
5e. is better.
fr Y. M. York, of Lake Junaluska,
Lfal case, is in a serious condition.
Miss Regina Woody, of Cruso, med-
!rs. l.ueiie Browning, of Clyde,
erative .jse. is better. .
!r, U'lnidaril Hill, of Hazelwood,
L)ka! cae, ivniains in a serious con-1
Duke of Windsor Is
Termed An Exile
It is reported from London that the
relations between the Duke of Wind
sor and the English government are
near the breaking point. The fact
is that the Duchess of Windsor has
not been received, and the duke is an
exile. Palace sources predict that he
will not return to England for ten
years, unless he returns alone, for
such reasons as the death of a near
relative, or for a brief visit. There
is much speculation as to the possi
bility of an open break. The former
king has a hot temper, but as the
government can close down on his
finances, the majority think the break
will not be final, at least not made so
by the duke.
Mrs, Sieve Nichols, operative case,
Kiss Louise Sharpe, of Cruso, oper-
n'at. i more comfortable.
Mrs. J. Y. Sorrells, medical case, is
Mis. Claude Smith, medical case, is
Miss Ax'ties Carver, of Cove Creek,
rative case, is making some pro-
China's "Red" Army
Throws Away Flag
China's communist army has thrown
away its red Hag, when the test of
their loyalty to their country came.
The army of 100,000 strong has come
to the government's aid in its extrem
ity. Under its revered leader Chu
Teh, is marching through northwest
China and has been reported iiv con
tact through its advance units with
Japanese in the country northeast
and west of Peiping.
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(KJ -II Alice White I I,
Miss Ruby Lee Jones, of Canton,
wical case, remains the same.
Mr. A. L. Burnette, medical case,
Miss Fannie Putman, medical case,
i'. J. L. Tilley, of Canton, medi
ae, remains about the same.
fe. Gertrude Latimer, of Canton,
pative case, is better.
"Burt Smathers, of Canton, oper-
f case, is much improved.
rs Fred Brown, of Clyde, medical
"Lara Kerley, of Canton, medi-
, remains about the same.
is Elsie Parks, of Clyde, opera
te, is better.
Yanda Morgan of Candler,
Mve ease, remains unchanged.
".Roy Hemphill, of Canton, op
erative case, is better.
Mr. W. M. Irael.
Mrs. Julia Presnell.
Miss Joyce Buchanan.
Mr. W. F. Swift.
Mrs. Wade Watson.
Mr. Thad McNual.
Mrs, Wade Saunders.
Mrs. jack Edwards and baby.
Miss Lena Burnett.
Miss Wilsey Sentelle.
Miss Marian Chambers.
Miss Ruth Varner.
Miss Delia May Mortt.
Mrs. II. C. Smith.
Miss Lillian Phillips.
Mr. Z. H. Coylon.
Mrs. Chas. Scruggs.
Mrs. Carl Snyder.
Mrs. James Clemmons.
Mrs. Winfred Phillips.
Mrs. J, L. Cogdill.
Master Ward Rogers,
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Bradshaw, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter, oh September the 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Blankenship,
of Iron Duff, announce the birth of a
son, on September the 7th.
One-time blond screen star Alice
White, asks $1,000 per month
temporary alimony. In a com
plaint tiled tn Los Angeles Miss
White and her husband. Sidney
S Bartlett. were married in
Mexico In 1933 and separated in
Home Crafts Shown
By Balsam Weavers
An interesting event of Saturday
afternoon was the exhibit of home
crafts which was sponsored by the
Balsam Weavers in their quarters in
the Woman's Exchange.
Many old and new articles of unusu
al designs were on display. Those
winning prizes were given woven ar
ticles made by the weavers.
Prize winners were: Best new quilt,
Mrs. Paul Walker; best old quilt, Mrs.
W, T. Shelton; best new coverlet, Mrs.
Clark Medford; best old coverlet, Mrs.
W. C. Allen. .
Best hooked rug, Mrs. R. Q. Mc
Cracken, best knitted garment; Mrs,
Lou Silverthorne; best old embroidery,
Mrs. W. C. Allen; best crocheted
spread, Miss Jeanette Phillips.
Best old spread, Mrs. W. T. Shelton;
best tufted spread, Mrs. J, L. Davis;
and best woven suit, Miss Hattie Siler
Hollywood Judge Passes
Judgment On "Ability
A Los Angeles judge had before
him last week a suit for temporary
alimony and counsel fees in a pending
divorce action between a Hollywood
film colony couple. The judge out to a
fraction the large amount sought, ex
plaining: "An actor is as gooij as his
last picture. An author is as good as
his last story. Fame is a Meeting
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