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JBSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1941
TUB WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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PART .'Women'a Miasionary Society
mist ) First Baptist church enter-
i Tuesday evening in the
Tlce 8 i Memorial Sunday school
ng with an Informal recep
r n compliment to the new paa
Y he Rev. H. G. Hammett and
. the occasion the assembly
1 ras attractively decorated in
y, 8Im i and ferns. The members of
'Wl mgregation called during the
jr.n., ited hours. j
If ?fhe regular monthly meeting
"fntlch time the newly elected o.
installed as ioiiows:
Lt Mm Sam Jonea; fint
.resident, Mrs. Carl Jtatcliff;
j vice president, Mrs. Henry
third vice president, Mrs. J.
fcrgan; secretary, Mrs. W.
Burgin; treasurer, Mrs.
rrhiu. E. Ouinlan and
Lr Vina Retsv Lana Onin-
Ir ho have been visiting the
th "fc Crittenden, in Raleigh,
" Uetarned to town. Tney are
Hiss Alice Qulnlan on JPig-
tiff E. V. Welch, John R.
m.nA Hue-h Leatherwood.
Imnnv thnna attending the in-
in tulCf r
ke thistion of Governor J. Melville
I a . T 1 - . t .
lion ui uaieign jast wees.
Margaret Greene, student
i TTi.1 rVd.Mre. waa the rv-
iest of her parents, Mr. and
Mr. And Mrs. Roy Davis
Announce Marriage Of
uaugnter un The 11th
Mr. and Mrs. Boy Davis have
announced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Thelma Louisa
Davis, to Charles Page, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Page, of the Allenl
i The marriage took place on Sat
urday, January the 11th, in day-
ton, ua. ine young couple will
reside in waynesville.
Miss Lura Mae Green, daurh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
who is a student at Elon College,
nas returned to resume her college
Ted and James Saffard. ntuHcnt.
of Duke University, have resumed
weir studies alter spending the
holidays with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. . red Safford, at Pines
Miss Geraldine Rogers, student
at ureensDoro College, has return
ed to her studies after a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Kogers, in the Fines Creek section.
Miss Lncv Kirlcnatrlrlr ' atnifent
at western Carolina Teacher Col
lege, was the recent guests of her
parents, ur. and Mrs. M. M. Kirk
W. L, Fisher, who is employed
in Newport News, Vs., and his
small daughter, Norma, were re
cent guests of relatives on Fines
Glenn Clark has returned to
Newport News, after visiting rel
atives in the county.
Army Powder Plant Rises from ComfiehT
7Ae Weatltoi Report
y. M. Kipp, Official Observer
If sale Ending Tut day,
Jan. Max Min. 7 p.m.
8 47 15 85
9 36 19 86
10 45 20 80
11 35 26 80
12 40 16 89 ;
13 66 24 42
14 1 64 80 45
' ' 1 A ' lit
Just last summer thi nit wa M-nA.lil -..v ..
v . . . . v. ...u wwu.ni fi-u, wniL-ii ifivea you an iaea or now last the eov-
ernment is working to overcome one of the defense bottlenecks. These buildings, rapidly nearingcompleuJn
at Charleston. Ind.. will form a tremendous powder plant for th. armv (Ctntra) Prei
I Editor Confined At Home
'This Week By Illness
Clark Hill to Annie Dee Tmll Mountaineer, has hwn
both of Waynesville. his home by illness since Sunday.
James Clark to Ruth West, both Last night his condition was n-
tmivcu m uuprvvoa ana ne is ex
pected to be out the last of the
of Clyde, route 1
Dorcas Bell Love Chapter
w -wav a v aaM a
DAR Has Interesting Meet Donates 1.000,000
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
aywood Home Building And
! Loan Association
If Wavnesville. N. Cm as of December 31st. 1940
..." - .,
Sworn StlaJtement Submitted bo Insurance Commis
eSoner as Required By Law.)
Association Owns :
laah on Hand and in Banks . . . .... . 9,858.11
tate of North Carolina and U. S. Gov
ernment Bonds .................... 7,500.00
ortgage Loans 845,650.03
Money loamed to dharehcCaera for ihe nurpose
of enablirig them to own their homes. Each
loan ecured by fir nonas on local improv
ed real es atoe.
iare Loans ...... ...... . . ... . . . . .
ivances made to our shareholders atrainat their
tares. No loan exceetds 90 of amount actual
ly paid in. -V
counts Receivable .... . .
emporaTy Advances for Insurance. Taxes, Etc.
nee rurniture ana f ixtures ........ .
Ice Buildinsr. Direct Mortgage Loans
al Estate Owned . . . ; . . . . . $9,450.00
pi Estate Sold Under
vuuttaci ........ , . . . ... . o.Vov.Vd
TOTAL . . .
I Funds entrusted to our care in form of payments
on shares as follows:
aliment Shares ...... .$196,604.39
f Paid Shares ........ . 173,300.00 $369,904.39
iivided Profits ................... 22,422.42
Jrt tings held in trust for distribution to ahare
Wera at matartty of their shares
Jerve for Contingencies 12,936.81
4 be used for 1tbe payment of any losses, if bus
uned. This reserve inoreasee the safety and
rengKh of (he AsBocialbton.
ier Liabilities, UnappUed Credits .... 21.55
. ...... . . ......... $40585.17
of North Carolina, County of Haywood, ss:
N-Dsvis, Secretary-Treasurer of the above named Asbo
Pwsonally appeared before me this day, and being duly
says tfcat the fcresokwr atefemn i tru a Uia beat
knowjodge and belief.
L.N. DAVIS, Secy-Treaa.
rn to and subscribed before me, tils 15th day of January,
RYT.T.A nAVTfl NtAwrw PnhBo
f emission Expires 12-21-42.
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Mrs. L. M. Killian w hnntM
to the members of th TWraa Roll
Love chapter of the Daughters of
tne American Revolution on Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. James M.
Long, regent, presided.
Mrs. Harry Marshall had the
paper of the afternoon which was
on "National Defense." Sh tnlrf
of the action being taken by the
t ederal Government for the de
fense of the nation and to combat
subversive oronacranda bv th fifth
columnists and foreiirn arencie.
Following the reading of her .
per the chanter went on rmnl
supporting the Dies Committee and
tne secretary was instructed tn
write to all the North Carolina
Mrs. W. F. Swift, chairman of
patriotic education, stated that she
had sent the scran book cnmnf
by Lois Massie, winner of the Ruth
Bryan citizenshin award to the
state committee, and was high in
her praise of the book. Sh aln
reported that progress was being
made In the annual D. A. n Ha.
elamation contest among the high
school boys. '
Mrs. O. H. Shel ten. i-hAirman nf
Ellis "Island, asked for a Hnnation
for the cause. The chant vnt!
to make the usual contribution.
Mrs. R. N. Barber and Mrs.
James W. Killian were elected del-
be held in Wilson in March, with '
Mrs. R. L. Prevost and Mrs. T. N.
Howell as alternates. The regent,
Mrs. J. M. Lonir. the vice recent.
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell, and Mrs. J.
Harden Howell will be eligible to'
attend bv virtue of their offices.
Mrs. W. F. Swift reviewed the
national magazine, eivinir in full
several articles dealing with the
Golden Jubilee anniversary of the
founding of the National society.
Mrs. It. L. PrevoSt. chairman
of the approved schools, reported
that she had sent S2.00 to Croan.
nore to buy oranges at Christmas.
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Annual UDC High School
Contest To Be Held 21st
The annual oratorical mnfaaf.
held by the Haywood chapter of
the U. D. C held in observance of
the birthdays of Lee and Jackson
I will take place at 11:15 Tuesday
morning, the 21st, in the high
Miss Robena Miller, historian,
will have charge of the program
and Mrs. Noble Garrett, president
of the chapter, will preside.
Fifteen boys are scheduled to
speak and compete for the gold
medal to be offlered.
Mean minimum ,
Mean for week ,
High for week
Low for week .
Mean for 7 d. m.
Below January normal
Precipitation for week i.
Below January normal
Precipitation since Jan.
Deficit for year
Bobbie Sloan, who recently vol
unteered in the U. S. Army, is sta
tioned at Fort Jackson, and is
private secretary to Col. John Hall
Haywood Building And
Loan Association Will
Hold Annual Meet 21st
The annual meetinur of the stark.
holders of the Haywood Building
und Loan Association will be held
on Tuesday evening, January the
zist, at 7 o'clock in the offices of
the association, according to L. N.
Davis, secretary. -
The meeting is for the purpose
of electing officers to serve during
the ensuing year, and for presen
tation of the reports of the busi
ness of the past year, and a pen.
eral discussion of plans of the association.
At the bottom of the sreat deeo
of the Pacific near the Philippines
(8.788 meters) the pressure is over
960 times at great as the ordinary
pressure of air at sea level equiva
lent to the weight of a column of
mercury nearly half a mile high t
FFA Boys Have First
Meeting Of New Year
On Friday Afternoon
The local chanter of tha Futura
Farmers of American held the first
meeting of the year on Friday af
ternoon. The meeting opened with
the usual ceremonies.
Each officer told of the duties
of his office, after which the pro
gram was turned over to Sam Ar
rington. Young Arlington gave
an interesting account of the sig
nificance of the FFA emblem, and
what it meant to the members.
In closing ha arava tha hiatarv of
the American Flair and its aiamifl-
cance to the citizens of this country.
126 Main Street
DR. R. KING HARPE
Canton, N. C.
Calling Inheritance laws "aaethl
eal and ua-Christian," Clarence
Schock, 75, ef Mt Jay, Pa has
eoavertod his S1.000.00D-ail com.
pany into a trust "for the goad ef
the communitv." atarHM. Ha kaa
no children. An Initial 120 MM arlll
go to the publie school districts ef
1 eceTa i-alJJ
PmtA MmiUM. f.M ttm th Ai .
plac arc nice at this tfm of yar Take
iwa double ahtfta of newspaper, fold in
two-inch pJeata. ti with atrin and nut
tnt paper tan between andirons against
Ihe wood. Tha fan is attractive, and
when you build your Are it will start tho
kind line in a very short Unto, especially if
M put a liUle eruahed paper aehind 11
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