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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNT AINEEH
rthe very first
Jthe new bride,
Aid beauty remains
irlltv to her bus
V.S Foster whom
Uietf1" , the end,
and avenging his parents murder.
OWL SHOW "THE MAN MADE
In "Man Made Monster" Lionel
Atwill a fantastic scientist at
tempts to prove' that life can be
motivated and controlled by elec
tricity. He persaudes Lon Chaney,
Jr., to submit to his experiments.
Lon seems to be immune to elec
tricity and as he takes increasing
ly powerful charges they turn him
into a superman. Lon rescues June
Meredith who is about to submit
to AtwilTs experiments, escapes
but returns to a shrunken hulk
when his rubber suit is caught on
a barb-wire fence and the elec
tricity flows out of his body. Lon
Chaney with Anne NageL
! ..Derman solves a
.J Bid PWteStS fKm
fill to tmT
IS A story full of
CTJ trials of a young
L on the trail of
i;-rU killed by cold-blood-fTa
he was a boy,
, Hummed name u
grange his parent's mur
. j: . man named Blake,
Lot the gang who killed his
r .nm the town and
the miners wu ma
fjjgi. Don takes a hand I and
f .i.wii nn. Finally help-
Wnew get their mines back
i) the Collision
lions can cause plenty
imp. Buy Comprehen
i Automobile and .Colli
V Insurance before it'$
Estate ' Rentals Insurance
'Aaction With Safety"
Jersey Forest Fire Wipes Out Chicken Farm '
5 J fci?
SUNDAY "LADY FROM CHEY
The film deals with the fight
of a native school teacher to obtain
auffraere in order to end
the rule of a ruthless town "Boss."
It is a highly entertaining picture
and has sufficient quantities of
comedy, action, and romance to
insure its wide acceptance.
The narration moves quickly
throughout, from the auction sale
of land on the town site, through
the machinations of "Cork" to
obtain all the water rights, the
beating of a campaigning newspa
per editor, the determination of
the school teacher to have suffrage
legislation passed and her final
victory through the duping of
the Wyoming legislators. Loretta
Young, Robert Preston.
Essoin. - , xs.s N,v - i Vk3U. y v . . VV Vt,
MONDAY . TUESDAY "A NDY
HARDY'S PRIVATE SEC
RETARY" AndvHardy just before gradu
ation gets into trouble as usual
trying to help someone. AS a re
sult he fails an English examina
tion, losing apparently his chance
to graduate and also a new con
vertible coupe promised him by his
narents when he eraduated. The
English teacher, persuaded by the
people Andy tried to nelp, gives
him another English exam, he
.passes and in the end graduates
and everythings turns out for the
best. Polly Benedict is as visual
Fines Creek News
By Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
R. E. Sentelle and Chas. B. Mc
Crary made a business trip to
Raleigh d'iring the week. They
daughter, Miss Lo'rena McCrary,
who stopped en route at luon col
lege, where she visited her cousin,
Miss Lura Mae Green, who is a
student there this year.
Jack Price, CCC trainee, located
at Robbinsville, spent the week-end
with his father, Haden Price.
"t.p Mrflaha left recently for
Raleigh where he will take train
ing under the direction of the
National Youth Council.
Samuel Ikenson ruefully surveys some of the 4,000 casualties on his chicken farm near Lakewood, N. J.,
victims of the forest fire that raged through the Jersey resort area. Nearly 100 homes were destroyed and
damage was estimated in the millions. The flames threatened to wipe out Lakewood itself before the fire
split into two sections and passed around the community.
Winifred Rnderers And Richard Bradley
Given Citizenship Awards At II. School
WEDNESDAY "POWER DIVE"
The hero, a test pilot, attempts
to keep his younger brother from
flying and taking the risks he does.
A conflict arises over a girl and
the brothers, in a misunderstand
ing are at odds. The climax of the
story occurs when "Brad," having
forced his brother to take to his
parachute, brings down a new plane
by cutting the control wires and
wrapping them around his hands.
Richard Arlen, Jean Parker, Helen
Mack, Roger Pryor, Don Castle and
"And is the separation from
your husband an official one?"
"I dunno about 'officii.' All T
knows is, when 'e comes to our 'ouse
we calls the police n' they chucks
(From The Waynesville Hi-Life)
One of the outstanding events
of the school year took place
on Tuesday evening, April 29th,
at the graduating exercises of the
class of 1941 when the D. A. K.
Good CitienshifH awards1 were
presented to Winifred Rodgers and
Richard Bradley and the Ruth
Bryan Qwen Citizenship award was
given to Lois Massie by Mrs. S. H.
Bushnell and Mrs. W. F. Swift.
The D.A. R. medals are awarded
each year to the boy and the girl
"who best represent those quali
ties of character which will re
sult in worthy citizenship, the
exercise of the brivilecres and re
sponsibilities, nd the development
of higher types of manhood ana
womanhood." The aualihcations
for these medals are honor, service,
courage, and leadership. In making
selections for these awards tho
students' participation and inter
est in school activities are consid
ered, as well as their co-operation
and interest in class room work.
Winifred Rodgers, the daughter
of Mrs. Gilbert Reeves and the late
Mr. Rodgers, was the valedictorian
of her class, with a scholastic av
erage for four years of "A". Her
record is very unusual, for be
sides having the highest scholastic
standing in her class, she also
was chosen by iier classmates as
the most likely to succeed, 'the
most popular, and the member of
her class having the most school
spirit. Winifred's varied Interests
have led her to take part in many
extra curricular activities through-J
I 1 m 1
Papvpi Hreen ' has returned to
Raleigh after spending a few days
wth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Castor Oil As
TARENTUM, Pa It was
choice between castor oil or deten
tion after class for five Tarentum
High School students who played
hookey last week.
They chose the castor oil.
Principal Hersche! Williamson
administered the treatment per
sonally. He said the action was
"voluntary" on the part of the
While rebuking the five students,
he remarked that when he waa
younger teachers gave castor oil to
"lasy students'. One of the young-
truants suggested they be given
the same treatment.
A srroun of eirl truants also vol
unteered to take the 'castor oil
Williamson said. They, too, got
Frank Rathbone. who is located
at Newport News, Va., spent a few
days recently with his wife, the
former Miss Louise Messer.
nTCHARD BRADLEY, winner
of D. A. R.' Citizenship award.
nut her Viich itrhnnl career. She
t has served as president of the
dramatic club, "Merrie Jesters,"
j and has had roles in several plays,
i including the Senior Day play. She
has been a member of the journal
ism club, serving as editor of the
high school paper during her sen
ior year. Winifred is a member
of the girls' glee club, and she
represented the school in the
Western North Carolina Forensic
pi; ( ua an
X Wed., 3:01
00 P. M.
Sat., Sun., 2:00 P. M.
Sun. Night 8:30
Admission 30c and 10c
THE ROUND UP
STARRING: RirhnrH T5t Patricia
lnson Preston Foster and Don Wilson.
Housands locked in mighty battle . . .
f hearts locked in love . . .living dang-
Cj----fighting furiously .loving
ly... battling for the woman he
1 to save the man he hates. -
v jjn "nea ' uarry, juue
j1 Arthur Loft.
Vi , , - J . .auu icvcugct i;
u? way through an outlaw ambush
Justice to a lawless frontier!
'Han Hade Monster"
hiG: Linel Atwill, Lon Chaney,
i'C6 Frank Albertson, Samuel
chilling. . .blood curdUmr. . .thrills
hIf,aS a ffiad dentist turns a ordinary
Ltta electric superman ! !
STARRING : Frank Morgan and Ann
A thrilling drama of murder. Full of
thrills and chills! Go with a young news-papei-man
as he tracks down ruthless kill
ers in an effort to bring them to justice.
"Lady From Cheyenne"
STARRING: Loretta Young, Robert
Preston.' ' .
Thrill to drama packed scenes as Lo
retta Young, as a young school "marm"
battles for women suffrage so as to stop a
ruthless town "Boss".
"Andy Hardy's Private
STARRING: Mickey Rooney, Lewis
Stone, Fay Holden, Ann Rutherford.
Fun. . .laughter. . .in the usual Hardy
fashion, a film 'everyone of all age will enjoy...-.','
; -: '"' ' ' " ' ' ,:' '
' Wednesday .
STARlinvn. R.vhanl Arlen. Jean Parker, Helen Mack.
t Packed with action and thrUls. .depicting test piloting and airplane huild
0 brothers flvinrfno-f.fiPr :lovinff together.
Conference in Asheville. She was
president of her class in her Soph
omore vear and a member of the
Haywood County Student Council
last year. Winifred has been
member of the local Girl Scout
troop for several years.
Richard Bradleythe son of Mr.
and Mrs. W, A. Bradley, has serv
ed as president of his home room
every year since he has been in
high school, and he was elected
hreaiHent of his class during his
freshman year. Richard has been
interested in many of the school
activities. He has been a member
of the high school band since it
was organized, and was chosen to
represent our band in the All-
State Band. As a member oi tne
dramatic club, he has had impor
tant roles in several pluys, and he
i an active member of the Journ
alism Club. Richard recently was
elevated to the rank of Eagle Scout,
the highest rank in Scouting,
"in choosing the winner of the
Ruth Bryan Owen Citizenship med
al, three girls are chosen by popu
lar vote from the senior class, and
the final selection is made by the
farnltv. Lois Massie. the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Massie,
as winner of this medal which is
also presented by the Dorcas Bell
Love chapter of the D. A. R., com
piled a scrap book showing her
participation in school activities.
Lois scrap book was awarded
third place in the state by the
judges, the highest rating ever
awarded to an entry from Waynes
ville High School. Lois has been
an active member of the Merrie
Jesters, helping with the produc
tion of most of the performances
of the dramatics group since she
has been in high school. She was
a member of the choral group
Coman Francis, R. F. D. carrier,
of the Fines Creek section, who
has served the community in this
capacity for the past 87 years was
tkon aeriouslv ill while deliver
ing the mail. He was rushed to
the Haywood County Hospital
whor h underwent an one ration.
Thurman Haynes, of Clyde is
substituting on the route lor Mr.
Francis, who has never missed
day before, except when on his
when the doctor surprised him in
The dentist then ralW officers.
Chief of Police S. E. Short report
ed that tha fortv-vear-olrl "Datietlt"
had several watches, a hypodermic
needle, several knives and a screw
driver in his possession. He said
his name was Huckins and that ha
lived at Willow, Okla
It seems that tha old exDression.
"Hands across the sea,' is to b
displaced by arms across tne tea.
MANGUM. Okla. "What are
vou doine in here?" demanded Dr.
W. S, Vaughn, Mangum dentist, of
a man he encountered in his office.
"I want to get a tooth pulled,
rw the man answered.
"Well, sit down in the chair,
then." the dentist said, casually.
The stranger did so, and Vt.
Vaughn went to the cabinet whore
he keDt his forceps.
Instead of taking out a pair of
forceps, however, he picked up an
automatic pistol and ordered the
"Dntient" to "stick 'era up."
Apparently the intruder did not
reulize that he was holding ".$50
worth of plate gold jn his handi
t irinor her freshman year, and has
en a member of the band since
ft was organized. Lois is also a
Relitvt ' A I I C
Misery of " "
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PEE GEE PAINTS
Here's How to Save
Money on House
Not on the gallon price .
because Pee Gee is no cheaper
per gallon than other quality
paints. . But Pee Gee equals 3
coats of average paints. . . and
outlasts average paints 2 to 1.
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You may have the most beautiful room
in the world, lovely wall color, artistic cur
tains and fine old antique furniture. . .but
if you also have dull, drab floors, your room
will lack that "certain something."
Floors give personality. . . .sparkle. A
floor finished with Pee Gee Quick Drying
Floor Varnish has lustre, "keys" the whole
room together, gives it the "omph" and
personality it needs.
Recipe for Keeping
A Home Spotless ! !
A boon to any neat house
keeper, is Pee Gee Flatkoatt. ;
the most washable, durable
wall paint we know. Quickly,
easily you can wash away
spots with mild soap and wa
ter. The house always looks
and IS clean.
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JERRY LINER, Owner
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