THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
SEPTEMBER 16, 1937
from page two).
vjVs to the sunering
itT.6 ' r Kir do thev
; (10 S'
HERE W THERE
G u ) u
. ,,-f the poor,
'. btnefactress who is try
rf Jesse -a. oauer nas
l .1. nftar VlPr (1WT1
ir statement put it
ftdt!.rial action. To the peo
" . - rcr and sympathy, Mrs.
"X'Jd would seem admirable,
5 ia .nmmpnil her for
rzr, V vul" v"
j i;Ktal pnmip-h to
, wad .
' ,ra. other people of this na-
L'Vrf.d of assistance.
,,f hindering: such a worthy
";lv sarcasm, and depriving the
' t ken people the help that
'I rUded. the Welfare Workers
band nether and cooperate
charitab.e woman, in urutr
distressed ones, inis
you should promote
to!unins, instead of
i ,1.' anea anu iuusuhuiu,
i l.1,t- wi i nic
Fvnipathise with me unionu
of :he Slumj-fested quarters.
i-tebitant. are objects for much
'' fa,, 'o a far greater degree
ht ivur in these Southern Moun
Xhf S! jih 'people are huddled!
, ;. :r.o.intains ot DricK ana
ami rau.t .e'k a little recre-c-thr
lit arid congested streets
'r li'!K: Willie Ulf ml ittlliu
jj,.ur.U.:n Whites can enjoy the
, x-A life 'f the summer in
-tifu! ivjmr.v. Yet every child
, c:a!n is provided with a good i
Lrvr. tat leas;- as mucn as ne ui
; aivfi! (, rood, clothing, and
-,i':h i.ivprr sanitary conditions
rheir comfort. While the Poor
-i mountains are not alone a fr
iar necessities of life, but
advantage of even a primary edu-
i, bwausf they have no shoes or
hie dothinjr to wear, so they can
i sch'Kii during the severe win-
V are '.deeply impressed with the
trntnt displayed against the loy
;o the unfortunate humans in
Mii'ily no one: with any
A ietnt visitor in Waynesville
from Florida has suggested that the
town officials ... or the Chamber of
Commerce provide a box . . . where
tne tourists might drop in suggestions
as to improvements to be made in the
town . . . based on the treatment that
the visitor has received . . . what he
thinks of the town . . . and its possi
bilities ... in other words . . . see our
selves as others see us . . .and would
no doubt bring to light many usus
pected shortcomings . . . and would
also result in the expression of many
foolish ideas . . . not worth recording
. . . but on the whole we might be
able to take some of the advice ....
though 1 grant you that advice . . . un
less it happens to be our own idea
originally ... is not an easy dose to
swallow. . . .
year) . . and according to the As
sociated Press survey . . . there
Weie 428 violent deaths. . . .
p frT a human in want and suf
i. ciu'd possibly take such an
.Itasye'j have towards a philan
): cause, or the noble work that
wealthy men and women
ghojt this nation are conseorat
tkemse'.ves to do, not alone
M their money, but the way
(riye themselves and their time
rarfaa! worthy cause.
cmais'v ought to be a great
"a:w. in the people here, rather
rtasen for cold blooded criti
While on this subject of sug
gestions for improvements I would
like to puss on a very simple re
quest .... it should not be
necessary ... it did not come from
the owner of the Park Theatre . .
but well it might have . . .. howev
er it did come from a patron ....
it is simply unpardonable the way
persons get rid of their gum in
the theater when folding
down your seat you are more than
likely to find yourself all mixed
up with the last occupants "wad"
. . now the management of the
theatre can't help this ... it is
impossible to have an attendant
for each patron . . . recently . . .
it was all 1 could do to control my
tongue . . . when 1 saw a woman
... and a very nice looking one
at that . . . throw her gum on the
carpet just as she was entering the
last doors into the auditorium . . .
as if the carpet were no more than
a dirt walk . . . and often these
very people are the ones always
harping on . . . "if we only had de
cent amusement places. , . ."
T'uena Vista, Georgia.
Sirs: . :. 1,
kwd vmi will find check for
m wnioh please renew my sub
'i to Tne Mountaineer for one
are c: ing us a great weekly
arnt 1 enjoy reading it very
5a n just icturned home from a
V.iiation in the mountains,
crimen tne Croat Smoky Moun
Pai'n fv.Mii Gatlinburg to Way
v AW tmd that all that you
Jiui impei- is true and then
nif has not been told about
"li'ieur and beaut v of Western
t' F. Starnes.)
omen Now In
i-ri.bei of women in the British
r-fM ast week raised to
tne election for a Glasgow
4lr;v. .of ..Mrs, Agnes Hardie,
e- - She succeeded to a seat left
l 'r husband.
Being a mother who is very much
concerned with her job, 1 am always
on the lookout for helpful ideas about
rearing children . . . have just run
across a most absurd one . . , to me , .
It seems that one Sidonie M. Gruen
berg, at the University of Denver .
is stating that it is bad for children
to be brought up in "homes, where the
mother and father never disagree . ...
that the children should be subjected
to mild family rows ... and healthy
family arguments give children an in
sight into the problems of life .
where do suppose Miss Gruenberg,
child specialist, has lived ? . . . swathed
in cotton away from the tangles of
every day living? ... for regardless
of deep and lasting affection . . . com
mon interests and congeniality where
can you find a family who has not had
disagreements at home sometime
. . ... it looks to me as if
the child specialist has run out of ideas
for as sure as the sparks
fly upward ..... she needn't
worry ..... every child will be
initiated into fireside arguments . . ,
of course I'll admit some are more
heated than others. .. .
It is getting so that the statis
tics that follow holidays take all
the joy out of them . . . it almost
makes one decide that maybe
those old pioneers who believed in
pegging awav, without interrup
tion . were right in the long run .
Over the last Labor Pay celebra
tion ... in 44 states there were
300 lives taken in traffic accidents
... (the traffic fatalities this year
being 11 per cent more than last
BEST TOBACCO CROP
IN 4 YEARS, .REPORT
Cauley Rogers, of Clyde. Route one,
reported' last week that his tobacco
crop was the best in four years.
Hail has not damaged crops in that
area as has been the case in some
other sections of the county.
Anything I n
Stock Just Received See Them
T o d a y.
WE SELL THEM ON TERMS
Chandler & Co.
RELIABLE CREDIT JEWELERS"
Briefs ... It is always interesting
to see people meet new experiences,
for which often . . . they have had no
preparation . . and yet see them take
the hurdle like a sportsman . . . I don't
suppose Patsy Hill knew what bis
cuits were made of ... a few weeks
ago . . . and yet . . .they tell me she
is turning into a real cook . . . and is
developing a domestic complex . . and
Grape Juice Is
Easily Made At
Home, It Is Said
Appetizing, healthful grape juice
can be made easily and quickly at
home with but little equipment, said j
Mrs. Cornelit C. Morris, State Col- !
lege extension economist in food con- i wash, press, and cook the grapes until
the grapes and strain through cheese
cloth, then let the juice stand one
hour. Thi should be strained or
filtered through flannel poured into
jars or bottles, and pasteurized for
one or two minutes at 1 1-5 degrees
After it has stood for eight months,
syphon off the juice and repasteurize
at the same temperature as before.
For making hot-pressed juice, pick.
every gallon of juice.
Pour into hat, sterilized jars or
bottles, cap, and pasteurize one or
two minutes at 185 degrees fahrenheit
K K CREAM SITI'ER
A crusher of some kind is necessa
ry. In making law quantities, a
cider mill may be used, or a wooden j
crusher can be made. For small ,
quantities, a potato masher will serve I
Buckets for holding the iuice, cheese
eeds separate. Strain through
cloth, cool, and filter through
cup of sugar to
flannel. Add one
The Epworth League, of the Mt.
Zion church, on I'pper Crabtree, is
sponsoring an ice cream supper Sat
urday night, September 18, at seven
o'clock. String band music will be
furnished free and every one is wel
come to attend. The supper will be
on the lawn of the Mt. Zion church.
the information didn't come from ! cloth and flannel for straining, a large
Billie either . . . Bobbie Harris carry
ing little Nancy Jones's books home
from school . . Nancy swinging along
with great freedom . . while the other
little girls lugged their own
visitors talking about the music at the
Baptist church . . . Evander Preston's
voice ... if James Harden Howell
makes as good a lawyer, as he does an
accommodating clerk down at C. E.
Ray's Sons . . . he'll travel far . . .
another mother and daughter who look
like sisters . . . Lura Jones Smathers
and her daughter, Virginia. . . .
pan for heating the fruit, and a wash
boiler for pasteurizing completes the
list of equipment.
Most of the muscadine grapes make
excellent juice with tine flavor, -Mrs.
Morris continued. The Thomas grape
makes perhaps the best of all, and
does not require the addition of any
She also stated that cold pressed
juice is superior in flavor to hot press
ed juice. Only sound, ripe fruit
should be used.
In the cold-pressed ' method, crush
Straw Hat Seaport Is Over!
(JET Ol'T VOI R
Anrf let us rebliuk it, clean,
and make practically a new
fall hat for you.
Last year's fall suit should
Ih pressed before you wear
it. (JIVE I S A CALL.
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