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JBSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1941
jsic And Speech
Ld number of the students at
p fnwnahlD burn
rXiS . kind of .Uge
onstrline made records of the high
II and junior bands, members
Mfi Je boys' and girls' glee clubs,
icle cSbe dramatic club.
ubs. ft record-making was part of
b honllnrated in the school program
r The machine was wanea
estern Carolina iecuen
obiect of the recording is to
he records ior use m smujuig
j and pointing; oui improve
that can be made,
nlaved several num-
also the glee clubs, and each
th dramatic club gave
rt reading, the latter records
used in corrections in voice
peech. . .
ior Honors At
announcement of Taylor
a nlpHiftorian and of
s Ross, as salutatorian of the
class of the Crabtree-Iron
igh school has recently been
or is tne son oi mr. ana xars.
Rogers, of Clyde, route 1.
Ross is the son of Mr. and
Billiard W. Ross, of Clyde,
boys are members of the
ball team. Rogers is the
nt of the senior class and
the sericulture club. Ross
president of the senior class,
fifth issue of the "Crabtree
e," student publication has
jFoolinV' 8 three-act comedy
fc presented by the Crabtree
class on March the 14th.
taking part include: Edith
THE WAYNESVILLB MOUNTAINEER
Osa Johnson Marries
Seven Persons Are
Confirmed In Grace
' Bishop R. E. Gribbin, of Asheville,
of the Western North Carolina dio
cese of the Episcopal church, ad
ministered the right of confirma
tion to seven persons at Grace
Church in the Mountains, on Tues
Those taken into tha churrh in
cluded, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Hardin, Jr., and son, Bobby, Mrs.
William Shoolbred, Mrs. Leo Hill,
Elsie Jane Green, vounar daughter
of Mrs. M. C Green, and Mis. Jan.
White, daughter of Mrs. CIrir
Following the confirmation rfohta
Bishop Gribbin delivered an im
Osa Johnson, explorer-widow of Martin Johnson, noted big-cm.
m." h"0WlthJ:haS,e,nHGltt' her their
marriage by Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia in New York City Hall.
Johnson was lulled in a plane crash in 1987. The bride is not changing
Facts In The Life
Of Adolph Hitler
Adolf Hitler, in leisure moments
will quietly sit down ait a table and
personally test the weight arA
balance of knives, forks awl spoons
he is planning to give away as a
It da one of the tJuwis-s wkii
often surprise his intimates from
whom IKhese detaoils of hisr daily
life were obllainodh-Jthiait tih man
who is carrying out the announced
iKtea of giving Europe a painful
new face-Jif tinsr ODeira tfion would .
for instance, devote oaisid hi o
time ty desagndlnig silverware.
But itihis he does; in fact, ihe de
signed the siJverwiare for has Tiereh.
tesigisdien refttealt as well a for the
len, Atha Bradshaw, Naomi Brown,
Charles Sutton, Edward Haney,
Gertrude Haney, Catherine j well, Jack Fulbright, Roger Best,
and Jv B. James.
;y, Helen Noland, Ethel Hog-
pod News ,or Farmers
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;. E. RAVS SONS
big Reichschancellery in Berlin.
His associates describe him as
"not overly particular about Irutle
things Jn, has daily life." In Itjuwi, he
worries somewhat about the Prus
sian punctuality that is the very
spirit of his underlings in the
On coming from his quarteiu im
the Chancellery down t his work-room,
he shakes hands with each of
his help, asking after their partic
ular joya or troubles, custom fol
lowed more eenemllv in German v
Besides the Rheichschancellery, he
has several private dwellings and
an apartment in Munich upon which
he has paid rent regularly each
monitjh for the nast 20 years and
UDon the door of which Bttill is
itacked the nameplalte "Adolf Hjtp'r,
After all, he is the writer of one
of the best. -sellers of all time
"Mein Kampf" of which some
6,000,000 copies have been issued.
His old RTartmn. lin, MnTiiirh la
just like thousands of other apart
ments often eeen in Germany. It is
at Prinzrepentein nlv 1 A. On. tha
occasion of the Munich conference
Neville Chamberlain and Benito
Mussolini visited Mm there.
More recemitlv. a more Dalafcial
dhwUinsr has been built for him bv
the State in Munich.
It is understood al hia houses
are well-provided with bomb raid
Thi is certainly true of the
Reichachanchenerv. where a trroun
of several dozen children from an
orphanage are brought ' mighltily im
huge Cjovernment busses for undns
Like all oi'.her Munich citizens he
has a stammSschable" reserved
for a special group. ; One is at the
Carlton tea house, a quite elegant
spot seldom found by grangers.
AMofcher etammtisch j in a res
taurant in the newly-built "House
of German Art."
. From his income from "Mein
Kampf" alone he is assure an
adequate privalta income the
amount of whiohi is undisclosed.
Charged with fookimg after his
daily program is Group Leader
Julius Sohaub, a comrade since
He has a special chauffeur, S. S.
Brigade Leader Kemaka, who has
driven1 the Fuehrer's oar since his
favorite chauffeur, Julius Schreck,
died in 1936,
Hitler's favorite towns are Ma
niich, Goldlesberg and Bayreuth. The
list fails to ninclude Prussian-direct
ed' Bur to.
His faltomiaties paSnt a picture of
Hitler that is a far cry from the
ravaging mooslter am the head of
maased troops he so often is pic
He is a good mixer, they say,
td3s a igiood story well and has an
endless list of tales of party battles
ranging back through ,'tihe 20 years
of the Nazi rise oo power.
The fctage towering traffic police
man in front of dhe Reichschant
ceUeryknown aU over Berlin as
Siegfried', tells of the tfme his wife
wiaja critcally ill, and Hitler, learn
ing about it, sent her to the hos-
i pitaJ and paid the bill from his own
Associates sayHjuer has almost
hypnotic capacity (to incite men to
extend themselves to Uhe utmost
Make-Up Artist Will
Address Dramatic Folk
At W.C.T.C. On Saturday
Thomas Horwits. eminent make-
UD artist, author and lArhiror nn'11
give a lecture-demonstration on the
Art of Theatrical make-uo. before
the 2 drama groups of Western
Carolina Teachers College at 8
o'clock in the Student Union build
ing, on Saturday night
Inasmuch as the lecture at West
ern Carolina Teachers College will
be the only one scheduled for this
area, an invitation is extended to
the faculty and students of drama
departments in all the public
school and to the members of the
several dramatic organizations and
photographic societies in Western
(At Recorded to Monday Noon
Of Thi Week)
L. M. Tate, et ux, to Walter Rus
J. P. Francis, et ux, et al, to E.
D. Fisher, et ux,
W. H. Jordan, et nx. et al. to Abe
Jordan, et ux.
White Oak Township
G. W. Messer. et lix. to Boone
Patron Saint of Paris
Sainte Genevieve, who lived in the
Fifth century, is the patron saint of
Local All-Stars To
Meet Champion T
Here Friday, 7:30
There will be a double cage at
traction on the local court Fri
day night between the All-Stars of
Waynesville and the strong Cham
pion "Y" basketeers. The opening
whistle is scheduled for 7:30, with
a small admission to be charged.
The local caeers have been im
proving as the season progressed.
and are expected to give the visi
tors a run for their money.
The all-star teams are made an
of the nurses in the srirla division
and former star players from her
and elsewhere in the boys.
Mrs. P. L.' Turbyfill had as her
guest during the past week her
daughter, Mrs. G. N. Henson, of
Spindale, and over the week-end
her granddaughter, Miss Ruth
Henson, and her grandsons, G. N.
Henson, Jr., of Gaston la, and Bill
Henson, of Spindale. Mrs. Henson
returned to her home in Spindale
on Sunday. She was accompanied
by her mother, who will remain
with her for a fortnight's visit
Ottoman Empire's Army
The Ottoman empire was for
years without a standing army until
In 1330 one was made up of forced
levies of Christian children. The
troops became known as Janij
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