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THURSDAY, Al'GL'ST 25
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
To Open Monday
The schools of the Waynesville
district will open for the fall semes
ter of the year 1938-159 on Monday,
August the 2'Jth. All parents are
urged to enter their children on the
first day so that the classes may be
organized on a permanent basis, with
out the interruption of pupils coming
M. H. Bowles, superintendent, has
called a meeting of the teachers of
the Waynesville district schools, to be
held at 10 o'clock on Saturday morn
ing in the high school auditorium.
Tlans for the coming year's work will
Starting this week student at the
high and junior high schools have
been registering. On Monday the
members of the senior class; Tuesday
was given over to the juniors; yester
day to the sophomores, and today the
freshmen are expected to register.
The pupils of the 7th grade will reg
The hours for registration are from
8:30 to 4 o'clock and all pupils in
the respective classes are expected to
register on the designated days.
Mr. Bowles stated that the teach
ers and pupils in the district would
co-operate in every way with the La
bor Day committee, and there will no
school on Monday, the 5th.
A conference was recently held with
the state and federal representatives
of the federal music project in ref
erence to the organization of a band
and orchestra in the high and junior
It was pointed out in the confer
ence by local authorities that while
the community has a music project,
which has been functioning during the
summer months, when the children
are in school the greater part of the
day it will be impossible for the pro
ject to maintain the same hours, and
it would be advisable to have the work
transferred as far as possible to the
FINES CHEEK BOYS
GIVE GOOD PROGRAM
The Fines Creek F. F. A. boys held
their regular meeting on Friday,
August li. The ' following were on
Why I am taking agriculture Neil
Music by Frank' 'Fish' and Fred
Questions and answers Billy Mc
Crary. Conduct of class Graham Rogers.
Brooding of baby chicks Robert
Planning projects and keeping farm
records Andy Sparks.
My trip to state convention Gra
Jokes Melvan Messcr.
As Georgia Honored R D. R.
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Interest In Latin
Says Mrs. Kellett
H is understood that a number of
high school Latin students have chos
en Latin as their elective for the
coming year, and that the interest
in this subject is growing.
Mrs. Kellett, who has taught Latin
in the Waynesville high school for a
number of years and is an ardent be
liever in its study, as an influence-
on other subjects, says three-fourths ,
of our own language is derived from
j Latin and so much science uses its i
j In an interview she stated that all
I the high school studies are import
t ant, but the student who has a little
I better preparation than the average
I in grammar school and a determina
tion to go higher than the average
in scholarship will use Latin to ad
vantage. It does not so much fit one
to "make a living" as to "live."
Probably the strongest appeal now
is that the language is fascinating,
the books attractive and the group
congenial. On the door, however,
for .slackers should be written Care
'('aiittin if you know what Mrs.
MASSEY FAMILY REUNION
WILL RE HELD AUG. 29th
Winter Cover Crops
Buildup Farm La
'' President Roosevelt being given degree
Shortly after President Roosevelt was given a doctorate of laws de
gree at the University of Georgia, at Athens, above, he called for
the defeat of anti-New Deal Senator Walter F. George of Georgia in
a speech at Barnesvllle. The president was en route to Washington
after a long cross-country vacation tour and Pacific fishing expedi
tion. In the photo, Prof. W. D. Hooper circles the president's neck
with the hood designating the degree as Dr. S. V. Sanford, left,
chancellor of the university system, and Col. E. M. Watson, the presi
dent's military aide, look on.
The Massey family reunion will be I
U..T.1 i O I . 1
"' "i aunciay, august the ZBth.-
I at Hot Springs. The family history
wnicn was being compiled by Dr.
John Massey, of Atlantic City, has
been completed by Mrs. Martha Arch
ly, of Rockford, Tenn., president of
the family group, and will be a pan
of program of the day.
Relatives and friends of the fam
ily are cordially invited to attend.
Each family is asked to bring a picnic
BEAUTIFUL CAMP SITE
way right at Government Camp
Located on Candler-Pisgah High
Grounds, at foot of Mt. Pisgah. Creek
ihvides the property from Govern
ment Camp Grounds and provides
good facilities. Faces on highway
about 175 feet with creek along back.
Covered with large trees and beauti
ful shrubbery. You could not find a
more scenic or desirable location.
For Quick Sale $550 Write Owner
H. B. HUGHLETT
15th and Crawford TAMPA, FLA.
Fines creek ciub Jurors Named For
,. ..... Sept. Civil Term
For their regular August meeting)
the Fines Creek home demonstration The following jurors have been
club held an all day picnic at Soeo ' named to serve for the two weeks o.
Gap. At noon a picnic lunch was the September term of civil court,
spread on the ground. j FIRST WEF.K
After lunch the meeting was called Karl Messer, Waynesville; Geo. S.
to order and several interesting talks Hudson. Beaverdam; H. C. Reno,
formed the afternoon program, all ijeaverdam; Marvin K. Smathcrs,
dealing with phases of the work. Beaverdam; Geo. II. Jones, Beaver
Just before leaving for home in dam; Paul Wheeler, Beaverdam; Jack
the late afternoon, a watermelon t W'est, Clyde; Robt. T. Boyd, Jon-
cutting was enjoyed. athan; Roy Oxner, Waynesville; Jno.
It was announced that the next , u. Burnett, Pigeon,
meeting would be held on September Tom Reeves, Waynesville; Homer
the 15th with an all day session at Cagle, Beaverdam; G rover C. Plott,
the home of Mrs. Way Fisher
Attending the picnic at Soeo Gap
were twenty-one club members and a
number of guests.
Liner Family To Hold
Reunion On September 1
The Liner reunion will be held at
the home of Hardy Liner in the Rat
cliff Cove, on Sunday, September the
4th. AH the relatives and friends
are invited to bring a lunch basket and
attend the reunion.
E. WALLACE LAWRENCE
.1 It C II I T K C T
Bradley Cottage Route 19
Phone 77 Waynesville, N. C.
A Community With A Brilliant Future
BEAUTIFUL BELLE MEADE LOTS
COMMANDING ATTENTION OF THOSE SEEKING
Large, high lots, with shade trees on Eastern slope
of GIf Course, overlooking Country Club.
Streets, Water, Lights, and Telephone.
Waynesville; A. J. Carl, Beaverdam;
W. H. Boldeii, Beaverdam; Jerry C.
Robinson, Clyde; R. II. Thompson,
Beaverdam; Robert Ruff, Waynesville
Frank Williamson, Beaverdam; Ed
gar M. Williams, Beaverdam; W. H
Rice, Waynesville; I). Alec Baldwin,
Beaverdam; J. Floyd McClure, Way
nesville; Frank Vtoe, Beaverdam.
Clarence Watts, Beaverdam; Claude
Worley, Beaverdam; Turner A. Cath
ey. Pigeon; Jas. R. McClure,' Jr., Way
nesville; Prcntis C. Mann, Clyde; J.
W. Shelby, Waynesville; James H
Plott, Beaverdam; W..Pink Rathbone,
rines Creek; Maurice Rrooks, Bea
verdam; Odell W. Ross, Waynesville;
James B. Davis, Fines Creek; Frank
Jenkins, Jonathan; Harley J. Francis,
Waynesville; Kenneth Roberts, Bea
verdam; Robert L. Jaynes, Ivy Hill;
K, E. L. RatcIitT, Waynesville; T. M
Medford, Fines Creek; Dr. V. H
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
for the kind expressions of sympathy
shown us during the illness and death
of our dear husband and father.
MRS. HUB TURNER AND SON.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
We are exclusive selling agents for blocks K. and L.
of this sub-division. Maps and prices are available at
our office. .-. ;J'-'".'..
THE U, MARINES CAME
TO B KNOWN AS
OF THE LEATHER -LI NEO
COLLARS OF THEIR COATS
Professional knowledge and skill
are usually achieved by sticking to
one's "last;" We have no other busi
ness than to serve you in case of need
and our well-trained lady matron is
often an added source of comfort and
solace to he bereaved.
Explaining that her relations with
Rudy Vallee were exclusively of a
business nature, Angelita Harmes,
Chicago singer, denied she was
"the pashtime" of the band leader
as rumored recently by columnists.
Another reason everyone .around hjs wintw.
nere snouia go to cnurcn. .ouuuy no
tices your presence if you are there
and everybody notices your absence
if you aren't there. 1
of the best thiiiy-
farmer can du tn
and make his i'ui m
which to live.
And with thi :.,
ments, farmers t:;.,;
of things tu imp;. , .
have been wai.tir.g -but
felt they o.u..; .
John W. Cioudmu:.. ...
of the State Gni. i
In encouiagii,- :,.
more cover kh.u . ,
pointed out ti.ut
"By keeping u '. ;
zer you bought .. ,
leaching out of .
"By keeping ;, , . ,
"By helping y... . ;.
"By producing i,,. . ,
by reducing yuui uui ,
"By adding valmu.lv .
ter to the soil, win 11 .: ., ,;
"By helping y.u ..!
stock to your f;inn.
"By helping you Uil.iu,.
ing operations .ui.j n.lU
"By helping make ;;
He added that l.j . ... :
on well innoi-ulated bj;..,
them under, 1'anmr- u;:.
nitrogen and i.igaiiu
soil that will be t,.,i : .
"You and your .-..:!
more good out ai jrieeii
winter than either cuM
the dead remains .f
crops," he pointed nut.
Lets keel) North ('.,:
tes for a sitting.
COLLAR and COLOR
make the smart
shirt for fall
And Here at RAY'S you will find the largest most at
tractive selection of shirts in the Community. Prices
range from 49c to the Arrow Quality at $2.
E & W, Piedmont and
F eaturing For
TOM SAWYER SHIRTS
1. Closeout group of Arrow Shirts
2. Group Of $1.00 Shirts
3 $1.00 Tom Sawyer Shirts
Just Received-Smart New Young Men's Slack $3.95 andg
The L! N. DAVIS Co.
C. E. RAY'S SONS
Wells Funeral Home
y Phone 371 Canton, N. C.