THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER J
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Along The Political
Continued from page 1 .
About $130,000 of this came from tho
sale of the 1938 Democratic books.
Governor Hoey is attending a gov
ernor's convention in Atlantic City,
and while there will address the group.
The Tar Heel governor swung a
hard right at the proposal of the fed
eral government to aid community
schools as set out in a Congressional
bill which would appropriate $100,
000,000 to the work.
Local politics is likened unto rum
blings of thunder in the distance.
This far from the 1938 June primary,
it is hard to tell whether the storm
is coming this way, or passing on to
In the meantime, while the newly
appointed Justice Black is enjoying
(?) a vacation in Europe, attacks are
being opened fast and thick, that he
resign from his new post on the Su
preme Court bench on charges that
he is a life member of the Ku Klux
The latest to join the group calling
for "resignation" is Al Smith, who
took the floor last night to denounce
the new jurist.
Senators from a number of states
are trying to bring pressure to bear
on President Roosevelt to ask for
Justice Black's resignation before the
fall session of the high court opens.
President Roosevelt has refused to
take any action on the Jurist Black
question, until the latter returns from
his European vacation.
The outbreak of the Justice Black
criticism, heaped upon the "awful
mess" in the Far East, caused Presi
dent Roosevelt to cut his vacation
short. He went on a four-day fishing
cruise on Long Island Sound, but
found fishing far from good. He
caught two one day, and three the
next, and was storm-bound the third.
In all, he and his party got 38 striped
Just before leaving on his fishing
cruise, the president finished the task
of acting on the 937 bills sent to his
'desk-by the. last-session". of Congress.
Do vetoed 40, and signed 897.
Among the bills .signed, included
one calling for $2,700,000 for the res
toration of wild life in the United
States, and another for $12,000,000 with
which to buy reindeer herds for Es
kimos and Indians.
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I Hospital news
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Miss Ruth Burress, of Cruso, oper
ative case, is better.
Miss Greta Cagle, medical case, is
Mrs. Delia Freeman, operative casf,
is resting more comfortably.
Master Vaughn Hall, of Canton, op
erative case, is improving.
Mrs. H. C. Mills, of Canton, medi
cal case, is resting very well.
Mrs. Callie Parker, of Bluff, oper
ative case, is better.
Mrs. Roy Sherrill, medical case,
remains about the same.
Mr. Sebren Whitted, of Canton,
operative case, is resting more comfortably.
Go to Church Sunday
Grace Church in the Mountain;"
Rev. Albert New, Rector.
Sunday, September 19th.
8 A. M. Holy Communion.
30 A. M. Church school.
11 A. M, The rector will preach;
sermon topic: "Christ's invitation to a
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 21
and 22, "Convocation."
Rev. R. P. Walker, D. D., Minister
Church school at 9:45, L. M. Rich
Sermon at 11 a. m.
Young people's service at 7:30.
Mid-week prayer and song Wed
nesday at 8 p. m.
The pastor and others are greatly
pleased to have so many visitor.
Mr. Carl Mashburn, of Dillsboro,
medical case, remains unchanged.
Mr. Hobart Rhinehart, of Canton,
medical ease, is better.
Mr. A. V. Phillips, medical case, is
Mrs. Emma Wright, medical case,
remains the same.
Mr. Earle Cabe.
Mrs. Gay Bradshaw and baby.
Mrs. G. C. Clarke.
Mr. Joe Davis.
Miss Jane Elliott.
Mrs. Granville Gaddis.
Dr. J. E. Hair.
Mr. Sewell Hipps.
Mrs. Charles Long.
Mr. I. V. Rhinehardt.
Mrs. Fred Smith.
Mr. J. T. Tilley.
Mrs, C. J. White.
Mrs. P. J. Mauney.
Mrs. Wilsie Ulackwelder.
Mrs. C. M. Richeson,
Mrs. Mary Alice Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Clark, of Sylva,
announce the birth of a son, Phillip
Allen, on September the 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. Riley' Carver, of Clyde,
announce the birth of a son, on Sep
tember the 15th,
All federal employees will get a
half holiday tomorrow, because of the
150th anniversary of the signing of
Curtailment of CCC camps, has been
announced, and from 2,000 a year ago,
only 1,603 will remain after October 1,
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, October 11, 1937, at
eleven o'clock, A. M., at the court
house door in the town of Waynesville,
North Carolina, the undersigned trus
tee will sell at public outcry, to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
lands and premises, lying and being
in Hazelwood, Waynesville Township,
Haywood County, North Carolina:
BEGINNING on a stake on the
North side of-Main Street (Sycamore
Lane), at the intersection with the
West side of Morgan Street, and runs
thence with said Main Street. N. 88
W. 85 feet to a stake; thence N. 2 E.
150 feet to a stake; thence S. 88 E. 85
feet to Morgan Street; thence with
said Street S. 2 W. 150 feet to the
BEGINNING, being lot No. ti and
part of lot No. 5 in Block XIV of
Grimball Park, as per survey and plat
of Jno. N. Shoolbred, recorded in Map
Book "B," Index "G."
Sale made pursuant to the powers
of sale conferred upon me by virtue
of that certain deed of trust excuted
by L. A. Miller, dated May 19, 1924,
and recorded in Book 10, at page 203,
Record of Deeds of Trust of Haywood
This 10th day of September, 1937.
GEO. H. WARD,
No. 646 Sept. 16-23-30-Oct. 7.
$500 Offered For '
State Department Of Conserva
tion And Development Seek
ing North Carolina Scenes
SERVICE BY PUBLICATION NO
TICE State of North Carolina,
In The Superior Court.
Elizabeth Rich Mahon,
The defendant, William Mahon, will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the Su
perior Court of 1 Haywood County,
North Carolina, by the plaintiff to
secure a divorce absolute from the de
fendant on the grounds of two years
And the said defendant will further
take notice that he is required to ap
pear at the office of the clerk of the
Superior Court of said county in the
court house in Waynesville, North
Carolina on the 5th day of November,
1937, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action, or the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded in said complaint.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court, Hay
wood County, N. C.
This the 14th day of Sept., 1937.
A statewide amateur photography
contest designed to obtain pictures of
North Carolina places and things was
formally launched this week by the
advertising committee of the Depart
ment of Conservation and Develop
ment. The committee invited amateurs of
North Carolina to send their best pic
tures, together with negatives, to the
department at Raleigh, by October J:
Prizes totaling almost $500 will be
awarded in six classifications.
The pictures will be used by the ad
vertising committee in newspapers
and magazine advertisements, and on
pamphlets and booklets which are to
be published within the next few
Pictures of the many attractive and
interesting things North Carolina has
are sought in the contest. Camera
fans who already have good pictures
may send them in, the department
said. Fans on their way to beach,
mountain, farm or historical shrines
should keep their eyes open for inter
esting photographic material.
Complete rules are given below:
Only amateur photographers may
Pictures must be taken in North
Carolina and entered by October 1,
Entries may be made under any, or
all, of the six divisions listed and each
entry may qualify for one of the state
Each print must be accompanied bv
the negative from which it was made,
and both print and negative become
the property of the department.
Each print must be on smooth
glossy stock and may be either contact
or enlargement. Maximum size 8x10.
Each picture must have pasted (not
clipped) to it a piece of paper upon
which is written the contestant's name
and address, the location where picture
was taken, and date taken, and the
classification under which the picture
Contestants may enter as many sub
jects as desired; no contestant, how
ever, may win more than one prize.
Following are the six subjects under
which pictures may be entered:
Fishing First prize $40.00; second
Hunting First prize $40.00; second
Recreation (Other than fishing and
hunting) First prize $40.00; second
Industry First prize $40.00; second
Scenic (Including historical pic
tures) First prize $40.00; second
Agriculture First prize $40.00: sec
Grand Prize of $100.00 for best pic
ture of entire contest."
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Micadale, Allan's Creek.
Rev. Albert New, rector, will con
duct service on Sunday, September
19th, at 3 P. M.
FIRST M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH
R. S. Truesdale, Pastor,
Sunday school at 9:45 A. M., Hugh
J. Sloan, general superintendent.
Preaching and Communion at 1 1 A.
Epworth League at 7 P. M.
Chief Silvertongue, a Hopi Indian,
will sing at 8 P. M. It is said by those
who have heard him, that Silvertongue
is a real singer of religious hymns.
JUNIOR ORDER TO MEET
TUESDAY NIGHT AT 7:30
The members of the Junior Order,
who wish to be enrolled in the Benefi
ciary Degree are requested to be pres
tion Meets Here On
September 21 - 22
The fall Convocation of all the rec
tors and lay delegates in the western
half of this diocese will meet in Grace
church on Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week, September 21st and 22nd.
The visiting delegates will De enter
tained over night in the homes of the
local congregation, and luncheon will
be served in the Parish House at 1
p. m. on Wednesday.
AH the meetings of the convocation
are open to the public, and everybody
is invited to attend.
The program in detail is:
Tuesday, September 21.
4:30 P. M. Book Review, the Rev.
James P. Burge, Diocesan chairman of
the department of Religious Educa
tion. 8:00 P. M. Evensong and sermon, the
Rev. Phillip Jung, S. T. D., rector of
Calvary church, Fletcher.
Wednesday, September 22.
7:30 A. M. The Holy Eucharist.
10:00 A. M. Business session.
11:00 A. M. The sermon Its Mes
sage and Contents, the Rev. H. P.
12:00 M. Prayer for Missions.
The sermon Its Place in Worship,
the Rev. Arthur W. Taylor, rector of
1:00 P. M. Luncheon.
2:30 P. M. Reports of Missionaries.
3:00 P. M. The sermon Its Prepar
ation, the Rev. William C. Cravner,
rector of Biltmore.
4:00 P. M. The reaction of the pew
to the sermon, Mr. Harold V. Smed
berg, of Brevard.
Hold Group Meet
The Haywood County Epworth
League Union met Tuesday with the
Waynesville group, at the Methodist
church here, with G. R. Swearingen,
Plans were aiscussed for a Young
People's Training school to be held in
the near future. The money was raised
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Following the busing
the Waynesville league hs p
the program and anT.
light service was h.u ...;.r!V6 !
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Mi. Carolyn Cnnis, and B.a j
Blondes are disappearing according
to the latest reports. Some of them
with other women's husbands.
on Tuesday night, the 21st in the
lodge room over the First National
ent at the meeting which will be heldRank, at 7:30.
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