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THUESDAT, JANUARY 18, 15J
THE WJLYXESVILIJE H0ENTADTE23
Blessing for a Warrior
Band Students In
there arc caraCed 47
JimaTmlfa Tannery (W
WT jwffw m a as .
the Central Ba-
Now Total 139
bud a total ef a stadeats; ia the
are: Kaacy Walk
union v in Meet Tonight
tdruccd bead ia tn
er, Wffliass Higatower, X. G. Caf
fey. Oriaa TTsmiiiitf. Dorothy Gad
dta. Barbara Aaa Boyd, Naary
Kirkaatrick, Bobby Harris, Cyri
Minett, aad Janata Braekett.
Beginners from Hud wood
school arc: Joe XeCraekea, Carol
McLean, Jiauuy Cabe, Asaaa Lee
Swanger, Bobby Qaeea, Harold
schools 21 students; aad ia the
af the Jasaloaka T3
Ma George Isrj, af
ap uatiu ease, im better.
Credit Uaiaa will be add i
a. total af 87
A caeca wp af the bands ia taa j- .v. kj- fcaei i aa
aaatambiy room f the Tanner, J
Tamraday evening; at 1 e'doek
which tiase aa eieetioa of ojgjj
Car the eaciag year win btjjt
Knight, Jeaa Evenson, endt
Ta eoadstio af Mis MaMe
Frwler, f CJyd, operative cue,
Wayaesvnle district thesis uas the elementary schools.
revealed tie fact that there j Members ef the beginners band
are aow a total af 129 baad sta-. ra the ra7USTiUe .ehool axe:
tr BlZJa 5 I Dtio" .ierod. Nina MeCiure,
Mis Patty See A3ea, ef Castor
mtc 1, nedka! ease, it mm ket-
v. t. haxi rf'iwtw Doc Calhoun. Betty Sawyer, Bob-' Winchester. Sassy Wiggins. Bar-
Ia the first baad at the bigi ert Eaaaeil, Joyce Underwood, and bara Hoyie, Pnyiiss Wyatt, Kaacy
Ralpk Hayioek, ef Custom, net
t, operative cue, ia rwrtcng Korc
Mrs. Doegia Kect, of Wsraes-1
iie, operative ease, it iMproving. i
id rtl case.
Queen, of Canton,
Baby Desais Orman, of Qyle,
recte 1, medical ease, is better.
The coaditioa ef Milas Gruty,
f Lake Junalaske, operative cue,
Mrs. Eraest Sauthers, erf Wiy
BesriHe. root 1, mediea! case, ia
The coaditioa of Lloyd Brook
aaire, of Caatoo, operative eaae, is
Mia ChraUiae Svaager, of Caa
taa, route 2, operatrre eaae, is
Mia Jlartaret Iimian, of Cao
toa, aaedical ease, is retting fairly
A British Toaaaty la
as the Bishop of
of Brea gaa carrier Uasea the ereeifix
Ueaaes the tnt Bntaah aattlnmare: aau w
laad ea Croak saO. (Ccmtrml Pr)
ton, root 2,
Selection Of 5th
I Grade History Is
Mrs. HardT Medforo. ol wsy-i
rleU I. aWieal case, OW Under Rre
The eoBirtk of Mrs. Loo Eath- -tJ
bone, of Clyde, rocte 1,
ee, is good.
Mia Betty Wilson, of Wayoea
rille, axdicaJ ease, is ms proving.
Horace James, of Gyde,
is rerufig more eora-
DI SCH ARC ED
Mrs. Jonas Cooard, of Wayees
riDe, root 2, operatire ease, is
The condition of Mjs Eaby Lee
Smith, of Croso, operatrve case,
Mrs. Vaughn Moore, of Canton,
asedical eaae, ia resting fairly well.
Headeraoa Jones, of Waynea
rflle, nedical case, ia improring.
, ! Mia Bobbie Willis, of Candler,
' root t, operathre ease, ia better.
rbsas ia the aeiectaoa of a
fifth grade history of North Carolina.
Anru-.r.c tw-M dwhirnd f roni " une oi im omona womraea
the Haywood County Hospital dor- t the state board of education was
ing the part week were: C. N. Led-1 written by a local nan. Prof. W. C
ford, Mrs. Uwrence MeEroy, Mrs. Allea, well kaowa as a historiaij
Lewis Parker, Jeff Cabe, Mrs. Gay I throughout the state.
Smith, Mrs. Boy Anderson, Mrs. Ia their report to the state board
L. J. Massie, Miss Irene Haynes, of education, the elementary text
Mrs. J. H. Harmon and baby. Miss book eonunissioa has this to say
Iris Rogers, Miss Lillian Moore, about Mr. Allen's book. The Story
Fred Tittle, F. A. Justice, Mrs. of Our State:" "This is a very
Harry Cathey, Master Henry Bert, different aad much improved book
Mrs. Ines Hargrove. i trxm Mr. Allen's former book, and
Master Gerald Breece, Mrs. Law- has much to nrnmad it. If teach-
CaJdwtll, Lawrence Bumgar- r,or.la niry a w
Mrs. Hnjrh Frady and baby, remain in the fifth grade, we are
Miss Mary Hyatt, Baby Jerry " J"-
Ferguwn, Mrs. Ray Welch, Mrs. rf bistory should assume more im-
FRIDAY & SATURDAY LlOUEY-SAUEnS at SMIT H'S
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Furman Bathbone and baby, Mrs.
Carol McCracken, . Master Junior
Zimmerman; Mrs. Bay Haynes
anil baby, Mrs. Ray Stamey, Mas
ter Kemual Med are.
Miss Sallie BusseH, of Waynes-!
ville, operative case, is resting
Babby Alvin Kirkpatrfck, o( Joe,
medical case, is better.
The condition of Mrs. Minnie
Dean, of Waynesville, operative
case, is poor.
Mrs. Dan Rowland, Clyde, route
1, medical ease, is resting fairly
well. .. .
The grade level of the book is the
best of all the books offered. North
Carolina history has been present
ed in the book around important
Mias Ahce Caldwell M. Patsy , of
Jlins, Mrs. J. G. Rogers, Mrs. w h,tmromtm .j .i m k. .n
means be included in the list of
and baby, and Mrs.
Ulns Burnette, of Hazelwood,
medical case, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sutton, of Mt,
Sterling, announce the birth of a
son on January the 7th.
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Bockhsn
non, of Waynesville route 2, an
nounce the birth of a son on Jan
uary the 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pen! and,
of Canton, announce the birth of
a son on January the 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ball, of Can
ton, announce the birth of a daugh
ter on January the 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. Ariie Henson, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on January the 13th.
Mrs, C. J. Setter, of Candler,
medical case, is resting about the
aa me. . .
. blKTH ASSOUNCEMEST
Mrs. R. Sharp, of Cruso, medical Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Greene, of
case, is resting fairly well. ( Fines Creek, announce the birth of
Miss Frances Blaylock, of Can- home on December the 2Mb.
II. Henry Heads
Board Of Trustees
Homer Henry was elected chair
man of the board of trustees of the
Waynesville district of the MUh
odirt church of the Western Caro
lina conference here at a meeting
at the home of the superintendent,
the Rev. W. L. Hutchins. ,
Others elected to serve with Mr.
Henry were M. H. Bowles, secre
tary, and Mrs. James Atkins, treas
urer. . .j
Members of the board include in
addition, C. B. Medford, Harley
Wright, and W. T. Hawkins, of
daughter. Doris Louise, at their gTw?" -?jf ?A
During the past year, the
resources of this bank have
. Those of us at "The Friend
ly Bank" are keenly apprecia
tive of the support accorded
us by our customers, for this
growth was made possible
only through your increased
patronage which we are striv
ing daily tor ment.
.Are you making fall use of
the services we offer?
first National Bank
"7As QliendLf Bank"
E. L. McKee, of Sylva, H. T. Sloan,
of Franklin, and J. H. Hampton,
' It was decided during the nxet
ing to paint the district parsonage
and make other necessary repairs.
Prior to the business session the
board were the guests of the Her.
and Mrs. W. L. Hutchins at a
Indirect lighting .through; '.glass,
wall panels near the ceiling is a
pleasant and effective Innovation for
modern homes. The lights are re
cessed, and the panels are flush with
the walls. :.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE '
State of North Carolina,
County of Haywood.
In the Superior Court.
Harvey McQure, Plaintiff,
Ooey McOure, Defendant.
To the Defendant: Cloey Mc
Clure: You will take notice that
an action has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, entitled
as above, and that the purpose of
the said action is to obtain an
absolute divorce on the grounds of
two year! separation.
Ton will further take notice that
you are required to be and appear
before the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, in his
office, on or before the 12th day of
February, 1941, and answer or de
mur to the complaint herein filed.
Ton will further take notice
that if you fail to answer or de-!
mur to the complaint within the'
time required by law, the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in the complaint,
namely, an absolute divorce. '
Given under my band and seal
of the Court, this the 11th day of
Aast Clerk of the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro
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