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THE WAYNESVTALE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23
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MRS. JULIA NOLAND
f Funeral services were held at
Ithe Fines Creek Baptist church at
2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon
for Mrs. Julia Noland, 85, who died
at the home of her son, Cleveland
Noland, on the Upper Fines Creek
section of the county.
The Eev. Yoder Davis officiated.
Burial was in the Fines Creek
Baptist church cemetery.
Mrs. Noland is survived by one
daughter, Mrs. Essie Rogers, two
sons, Cleveland and Farrady, all
of the Fines Creek section.
Massie Funeral Home was in
charge of the funeral arrange
MRS. KITTY MILLER
, Mrs. Kitty Miller, 84, of Hazel
wood, died Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Luther Coleman, in An
derson, S. C. Two short funeral
services were held for Mrs. Miller,
one at the home of Mrs. Coleman
about 10 o'clock on Sunday morn
ing and another at 2 o'clock on
Sunday afternoon at the cemetery
in Waynesville conducted by the
Rev. S. B. M. Ghiselin, pastor of
the Hazel wood Presbyterian
Pallbearers were: John Miller,
Robert Miller, John Ashe, George
Bisehoff, Aubrey Coleman and J.
L. Coleman, all grandsons of the
Mr. and Mrs. Miller lived in
Hazelwood for many years. Af
ter the death of Mr. Miller sw
years ago Mrs. Miller had spent
the greater part of the time with
her daughter, Mrs. Coleman in An
derson, S. C.
Although a member of a Metho
dist church Mrs. Miller was active
in the women's work in the Hazel-
wood Presbyterian church for a
number of years.
Surviving are: two daughters,
Mrs. Coleman, and Mrs. S. A. Ashe,
nf Whittier: and three sons. Glenn
"Miller, of Saluda, James M. Miller,
of Robbinsville, and Fred Miller,
MRS. J. P. FRANCIS
Funeral services were held at
the First Baptist church here on
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
for Mrs. J. Pink , Francis, 62, who
died at the Haywood County Hos
pital at 9 o'clock Saturday morn
ing. The Rev. H. G. Hammett
pastor of the church, and Rev. H.
W. Baucum, a former pastor, offi
ciated. Burial was in Greenhill
Serving as' pallbearers were:
Homer Owen, M. E. Davis, Clif
ton Moody, Clyde H. Ray, Jr., Jeff
Reeves, and Jess Crouser.
Mrs. Francis is a native of this
county and is the daughter of the
late Morgan Buette and Addie Bat
tle McCracken. She has a wide
family conection in the county, and
has been a member of the Baptist
church since early childhood.
Mrs. Francis is survived by her
husband; two sons, Robert Henry
Francis, of Waynesville, and Mor
gan Buette Francis, of Newport
News, Va. ; four daughters, Mrs.
Robert Miller, and Mrs. E. T.
Minchen, of New York City, Mrs.
Robert Patten, of Hollywood, and
Mrs. Louise Lupton, of Waynes
ville, and nine grandchildren.
JEAN PHYLLIS LUKE
Last rites were held on Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at tne Dell
wood Methodist church for Jean
Phyllis Luke, 17, daughter of Mrs.
Anna Luke, who died at 10 p. m.
Friday morning at the Campbell
cottage, where she has been re
siding. The Rev, 0. C. Newell, pastor of
the Dellwood Methodlist church, as
sisted by D. R. Griffith, First
Money To Loan
We invite you to come in and
discuss your financial needs with
If you are a good credit risk,
you will be assured of favorable
first National Bank
"Ik QiuwMtf BohA"
t?,W of the First Church of
Christian Science of Asheville,
officiated. Burial was in the Moody
Miss Luke came here with her
mother from Florida about 18
months ago for her health. V
Massie Funeral Home was to
charge of the funeral arrange
DOROTHY JEAN MORROW
" Dorothy Jean Morrow, 12-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Morrow, of Canton, died at
1:15 p. m. Tuesday, the 14th, in an
Funeral services were held on
Thursday morning at 11 o'clock at
the Morning Star church, with
the Rev. W. H. Pless and the Rev.
Bumgarner officiating. Burial was
in the cemetery nearby.
Surviving are her parents; one
brother, Clarence, Jr., two sisters,
Betty and Peggy Morrow; and her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Morrow, of Asheville.
MRS. ROXY GROOMS
Last rites were held on Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Friendly House, near Lake Logan,
for Mrs. Roxy Grooms. Hightower,
86, who died on Friday morning.
Burial was in the Inman cemetery
Surviving are her husband, An
anias Hightower; two sons, Glenn
and Junior j one daughter, Dorothy,
and one brother, Wade Noland, of
MRS. SALLIE BUMGARNER
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Funeral services were held at
2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at
the home on Allen's Creek for Mrs.
Sallie Bumgarner, 69, who died at
12:45 Tuesday afternoon at 'the
Haywood County Hospital. The
Rev. C. L. Allen officiated. Burial
was in the Rocky Branch ceme
tery.; Mrs. Bumgarner was a native of
Haywood County and was the wid
ow of the late Moody Bumgarner.
She is survived by three sons:
Lawrence, John and Stokes, all of
Waynesville, route 1.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Prevost
spent the week-end in Winston
Salem as the guests of relatives.
NOTICE OF SALE OF NOTES
TOWN OF HAZELWOOD,
NORTH CAROLINA REVE
UE ANTICIPATION NOTES
FOR DEBT SERVICE
Sealed bids will be received un
till 11 o'clock A. M., January 28,
1941, by the undersigned at its
office in the city of Raleigh for
$4,000 Revenue Anticipation Notes
of the Town of Hazelwood, N. C,
dated January 30, 1941, and ma
turing July 30, 1941, with option
of prior payment. There will' be
no auction. Interest payable at
Maturity. Bidders are invited to
name the interest rate (not ex
ceeding 6), the place and bank
therein of payment, and the de
nomination or denominations. De
livery at place of purchaser's
The notes will be awarded, at
not less than par and accrued in
terest, to the bidder offering the
notes at the lowest interest cost
to the town, such cost to be de
termined by deducting the premium
bid from the total amount of inter
est on the notes computed from
their date to maturity. -
Bids must be accompanied by a
certified check upon an incorpor
ated bank or trust company paya
ble unconditionally to the order of
the State Treasurer of North Car
olina for $20.00. The right to re
ject all bids is reserved.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT COM
By: W. E. Easterling, Secretary.
No. 1037 Jan 23.
Waynesville Gulf Service
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We Have Installed New Modern Tire Machinery
Finest Materials - Skilled Tire Men
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case, is resting more comfortably.
" Robt. Brookshire, of Canton,
medical case, is some better.
Mrs. Chas. Bryson, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is improving:
The condition of Miss Mae Lan
ning, of Waynesville, medical .case,
Mrs. Paul Fowler, of Canton, op
erative case, is better.
Albert Herron, of Canton, oper
ative case, is improving.
Miss Retha Finger, of Waynes
ville, medical case, is resting more
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn James, of
Clyde, route, 1, announce the birth
of a son, on January the 18th.
Manganese Supply in Cuba
American capital has developed
large supply of manganese, an ei
gential war mineral, in Cuba.
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bers with Mr. Chambers.
The sponsors and their escorts
from Clyde will be:
Town of Clyde, Mrs, Woodrow
Keylon with Mr. Keylon.
Woman's Club, Miss Sybil Ander-'
son, with Charles Beal.
Clyde PTA, Miss Linda Haynes.
Fire Department, Mrs. Bill Reev
es with Mr. Reeves.
Eastern Star, Mrs. Ralph Craw
ford, with Mr. Crawford.
Clyde High School, Miss Billie
Township chairmen, who will also
participate in the Grand March,
Beaverdam, Chas. King with Mrs.
Clyde, Harry Cagle with Mrs.
Hazelwood, Howard Hyatt with
Balsam, Leo Reiger, with Mrs.
Ivy Hill, "Richard Queen.
Lake Junaluska, Miss Pearl
Johnson. . , .
Jonathan Creek, Mrs. Medford
Leatherwood, with Mr. Leather
wood. - '
Iron Duff, John D. Cathey.
Cecil, Paul Grogan.
East Fork, Mrs. Jack Hipps.
Cruso, Roy Pless.
Crabtree, Hugh Rogers.
Fines Creek, Miss Mildred
Big Creek, Mack Caldwell, with
Cataloochee, Dave Noland with
White Oak, Lonzo Messer with
Chairmen of committees include:
Mrs. T. L. Gwyn, publicity, with
Mr. Gwyn ; Harley Wright, pub
licity, with Mrs. Wright; Hugh
Snyder, Advertising; vraA ,
son with Mrs. Ferguson-pi
hart Nichols, Music
Nichols; W. S. Prevost, tt:5
Mrs. Prevost; Sam Queen.!
dance, with Mrs. Queen; Wrf
sauare dance, with f.
Reister, treasurer, with ilJj
ter; Mrs. S. P. Gay.
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express to tht J
v vux xauiuy OUT in"
appreciation for the manj3
ucoDva h Djriiiablty Sent Tm
ueauuiui iiuwcru ana kind it
rendered in our sorrow at tb
oi our motner, Mrs. CM
125 Main Street
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DR. R. KING HARPE
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