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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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County Club Meets
For Rest Of Month
The schedule for the meetings of
the home demonstration clubs for
the last two weeks of February
are announced as follows by Miss
Mary Margaret ' Smith, county
The Rock Spring club will meet
on Tuesday, the 18th, with Mrs.
Essie McCracken; the Bethel club
will meet on Wednesday, the 19th,
with Mrs. Jim Welch at 2 o'clock.
The Maggie club will meet on
Thursday the 20th, at 2 o'clock
with Mrs. Jack Campbell; the Crab
tree club will meet at the school
house at 2 o'clock on Friday the
21st; the Clyde club will meet with
Mrs. Grady Rogers on Tuesday the
25th. at 2 o'clock.
The Cecil club with Mrs. G. C.
Bourne at 1:30 on Wednesday the
26th; the West Canton club with
Mrs. W. E. McElrath at 2 o'clock
on Thursday the 27th; the Juna
luska club with Mrs. G. iC. Medf ord
at 2 o'clock on Friday the 28th.
The home demonstration county
council will meet on Saturday the
22nd, in the county home agent's
office at 2 o'clock.
On Saturday the 22nd, at 10
o'clock a handicraft school will be
conducted at the court house under
the supervision of Miss Anna C.
Lawrence Leatherwood, principal
of the Hazelwood elementary school
has announced the A honor roll
for the fifth month of school. It is
Sixth grade, Mattie Mills, Char
les Frady, Bill Shields.
Fifth grade, Geraldine Colkitt.
Fourth grade, Bobby Queen, Jinv
my Swanger, Barbara Milner,
Martha Jane Swanger.
Third grade, Juanita Scruggs,
Mary Ann James, Frances Hoyle,
Fredia Ann Waddell, Frances Hen
drix, Homer Snyder, Jr., Joan
Scates, Louis Green.
Second grade, Jimmy Swift, Sam
First grade, Jean Nicholson,
Blanche Early, Terry Swaixger,
Carroll Swanger and Ralph Swanger.
If one will do much listening he
is sure to gain some knowledge.
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Miss Ruth Robinson
Honored At Party
Miss Clema Robinson, Mrs. John
Wvatt and Mrs. Tillman Fisher
entertained with a surprise birth
day party on Saturday evening at
the home of Mrs. R. F. Robinson
honoring Miss Ruth Robinson on
her seventeenth birthday anniver
During the evening games were
Dlaved. Miss Robinson received
many lovely and useful gifts.
Those present were: Miss Eula
Mae Wyatt, Miss Mary Palmer,
Miss Dorothy Brock, Miss Naomi
Palmer, Miss Pauline Harris, Miss
Vinirinia Arrinjrton, Miss Frances
Wright, Miss Cora Ruff, Miss Stel
la Wright, Miss Edna Troutman,
Miss Alice Fisher, Miss Lucy Rob
inson Tillman Fisher, Furman Wyatt,
Shortie Head, Salem Wyatt, Frank
Paynter, Hugh Palmer, Miss Lucy
Wright, Miss Lucile Wright, Elmer
Harris, Mont Wright, Roy Cope,
Lynial Conard, Ken Compton, Car
rol Wyatt, Mack Robinson, John
Wyatt and Charles Hartsell.
REQUISITES OF A SALESMAN
Must be a man of vision and
ambition, an after-dinner speaker,
before and after dinner guzzler,
night owl, work all day and drive
all night and appear fresh next
day. Learn to sleep on the floor
and eat two meals a day to econo
mize on traveling expenses so you
can entertain your friends in the
Must be able to entertain wives,
sweethearts and pet steno without
becomine amorous. Inhale dust,
drive through snow ten feet deep at
ten below and work all summer
with out perspiring and acquiring
Must be a man's man, a ladies
man, a moaei nusoanu, a luuienjr
father, a good provider, a Plut
ocrat, Democrat, Kepubucan, or
New Dealer, an old dealer and a
fast dealer, a technician, politician,
mathematician, and mechanic.
Must be a sales promotion ex
pert, create a demand for obsolete
merchandise, be a good credit man
ager, correspondent, attend all
dealer meetings, tournaments, fun
erals, visit customers in hospitals
and jails, contact all accounts ev
ery six weeks, in spare-time look
for new business, do missionary
work, and attend factory sales con-ferences.
Must have unlimited endurance,
and frequent overindulgence in
wine, women, wind, and gab, a wide
range of telephone numbers in all
principal cities. Must have a car,
attractive home, belong to all clubs,
pay all expenses at home and on
road on five per cent commissions.
Price chiseling and bad debts will
be deducted from monthly commis
sion, plus two per cent excise tax,
one per cent old age pension, and
two per cent 'lost sales tax."
Must be an expert talker, liar,
dancer, bridge player, poker hound,
golf player, diplomat, financier,
capitalist, philanthropist and au
thority on palmistry, chemistry,
psychology, physiology, dogs, cats
horses, blondes, brunettes, red
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Only 27 per cent of the 2,7000,000
youths between the ages of 15 and
25 examined last year in Japan
passed the physical standard set
by the Government.
Try your local banker first for loans for farm
production or livestock.
We are prepared to take care of the needs of
those who provide us with a satisfactory credit
..-record. . .
Feel free to consult with us on all your financial
102 of your friends and neighbors "1
I have opened a savings account at the h
T Friendly Bank. Are you saving a Y
part of your earnings! I
Firs!; National Bank
,rJUe QUtwUi Bank"
Every man, woman and child in Germany is expected to help keep the
war machine rolling. These frauleins are being initiated into the mys
teries of milking, so they can replace farm hands needed elsewhere. The
rubber udder is filled with water, not precious milk, for the lessons.
Allen Adds New
A large nine and a half foot veg
etable counter is being; installed
in the grocery department of the
C. N. Allen Company store In Ha
zelwood this week.
"With the installation of this
counter," Mr. Allen said, "we are
merely carrying out a policy we
have always tried to put in prac
tice, that of providing our custo
mers the very best and latest in
service." He continued, "With the
new counter we are able to supply
to our customers at all times strict
ly fresh vegetables and fruits. The
low even temperature keeps vege
tables and fruits as fresh as when
'bought from the grower and en
tirely free from waste."
There advantages are secured
without added expense to the buyer.
Twelve Fines Creek Boys
Enter NYA State Center
Twelve boys from the Fines
Creek section of the county left this
week for the NYA Raleigh Resr
dent Center, where they will re
ceive work. experience for the next
The boys selected for this oppor
tunity are: Jack Bramlett, Spen
cer Walker, Milton Price, Boyd
Messer, Paul Rogers, Kenneth
Rogers, Billy McCrary, Joe Haynes,
Charlie Messer, Reid MoEJroy, and
This makes a total enrollment
of seventeen youths from Haywood
county in the Raleigh NYA center,
according to Mrs. Jimmy Boyd,
county NYA supervisor.
You never get
into trouble by
Court At Fletcher
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Vandenhoo
gen, who came here two years
ago from Long Island, are leaving
town soon to take up their resi
dence in Fletcher. They will be in
charge of the Motor Court there,'
which is being! constructed by
James A. G. Davey, of Soco Gap,
of this county.
Mr. Davey is developing a tour
ist center on the old Fletcher place,
and the first unit, which will accom
modate around 36 persons, will be
completed in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Vandenhoogen have
taken an active part in community
affairs since coming here to live.
They have been operating the Hol
land House for tourists, the former
home of W. T. Lee on Walnut
They have been prominent in the
work of the Methodist, church.
Both have been members of local
civic groups, Mr. Vandehoogen a
member of the Rotary Club, and
they have made many friends dur
ing their residence here.
Mrs. Vandenhoogen and her
youn daughters will leave Satur
day for a visit with relatives on
Long Island prior to joining Mr.
Vandenhoogen at Fletcher.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank all the kind
friends that helped during my
mother's sickness and all the kind
deeds. I can't express m words all
it means to me.
H. L. Rathbone and Family.
Clyde, Route 1.
Return From Spain
The district health department
has announced grades of retail
dairies serving Waynesville and
Canton for the past six months
period, ending January 31, 1941.
The grades are determined in
accordance with grade specifica
tions issued by the United State
Public Health Service milk code.
Distrbutors of grade A raw milk
are as follows: J. E. Ferguson,
Waynesville; J. E. Henderson, J. F.
Mann, H. A. O'borne, M. H. Silver,
and W. J. Smashers, all of Canton.
The Pet Dairy Products Company
is listed as a Grade A distributor
of pasteurized milk.
It's time to change from politics
Program At Canton
High School Monday
The boy's glee club of the local
high school gave a program on
Monday afternoon at the Canton
high school during the regular, as
sembly hour. The program was
made up of numbers from a min
strel show that the club will give
the last of the month.
The 32 boys under the direction
of T,. T. New. Jr., gave a half
dozen ensemble numbers in addition
to several solos. In the later
group were: song "Little Brown
Jug," by Eugene Rogers, accompa
nied by himself on the banjo, ine
Lost Letter." a duet sung by Jarvis
Brock and Elmer Harris, with gui
tar accompanist; song "Blue Eyes,"
by Roy Buchanan; Hawaiian guitar
solo by Byron Clark; piano inter
pretation of popular tunes by Fred
The Clyde Woman's nl
weir cm uorj meeting,
the President's Ball, and jj
vriuuus uirecuy to tae
The meeting was featnj
re-election of all officers
interesting program on "p
A m a vision TOwn n . i
The club met at the hoiaZ
u. jj.. Aieaiora, with Jin,
Stamey associate hostess.
The March meeting
with Mrs. Grover Haynes t
w. m. vieraia,
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Aiajr vv two; uuut.
Shown at Jersey City, N. J., are ,
two of four arrivals, all American
citizens, who fought in the Spanish t
civil war with the Loyalists, iney;
were captured in 1937 and released
this past December. Raymond Al
veres. 21. of Maryland, is at left;
The optimist may not always be, ICorsino Norniella, 23, of Brooklyn,
right but he can always have fun. S' I'l " r,niv.-
Coffin a Bomb Refuge
A 400-yeMld stone coflSn in the erypt ol the Church of Christ Splt
tdfields is the bed of Michael O'Connor, a London East End laborer
whose boms was destroyed some months ago by a Nasi bomb. Hundreds
- . 1P la tt crypt, a refuge from air bombing.
Tlhe fOOO TO R
Pound In Celophane
2 for 25
LAND OTHE SKY
No, 2 Can
2 lbs. 2
MAXWELL HOUSE, lb. 2
Plain or Self Rising
ROLL CALL, 24 lbs.
YUKON'S BEST 24 lbs.
PINTOS 5 lbs. 2
YELLOW EYED 4 lbs. 2
Hominy 3 for 2
COUNTY KIST 3 for 270
CREAM STYLE 2 for 230
NIBLETS 2 for 2 1?
PINEAPPLE No. lean 3 -25c
LIBBY'S '-' '
GRAPEFRUIT No. 2 can 3-200
PHILLIPS' No. ZVt Can
Pork & Beans 3 27c
REAL HEAT SPECIALS
Lunch Meat u 27
Pork Chops l 22
Pork Roast as
Pork Liver 12
Beef Roast 17
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