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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
, parks, of Waynesville
C operate -
. Mflshburn. of Enka,
is better. :
Sarah, Hicks, of Canton,
.'.I.. Haskins, of Maggie,
ive case, is
edition of Miss Mary
w.vnesville, . route 2,
Lce.' is good.
John Beasley, of Clyde,
.- i a is resting
h niedicai i-F - -
-j- ni.rnptt. of Canton,
Imperative ease, is better.
,:.fl Master Charles
,f Canton, route !, medical
C. B. Mann, of Clyde, op
case, is resting better.
c.nfnrd. of Clyde, route 1,
ive case, is resting fairly
Cody, of Canton, medical
Mrv Davis, of Waynes-
lute 1, medical case, is only
Wm, H. Neese, Pastor.
All members and friends inter
ested in Crabtree Chapel Metho
dist church, are invited to attend
Mother's Day services which will
be held at the chapel at 2.30 Sun
Porter Plemmons, of Can-
trative case, is resting more
Georpe Cagle, of Clyde,
operative case, is better. .,
Malcolm R. Williamson, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:45.
Sunday morning service at 11:00.
The pastor will preach on "A
Great Woman's Faith," his sub
ject chosen in observance of
Christian Endeavor at 7:00
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. G. Huggin, Jr., Pastor.
Sunday school 9:45.
Morning service 11:00. The pas
tor will preach on "The Mother of
Evening service 7:30. The pas
tor's sermon subject will be "The
Problem of Crowning Old."
Elbert Guy, of Canton,
e case, is improving.
Yates. , of Waynesville,
case, is resting fairly well.
James Stewart Marcus, of
ille, medical case, is some
Newton Brendle, of Way-
route 1, Operative case, is
only fairly well.
Sam Kelley, of Waynesville,
case, is better.
Jack Cagle, of Clyde, route
case, is improving.
Burgess, of Waynesvflle,
operative! case, is better.
those discharged from
pood County Hospital dur-
perica girds for national
me southern Bell Com
la"n is not onlv to mn
Pcreasing telephone de
f4 government anA inA
F to continue rendering
Quality service to the in--aluscr.
Pe the necessity for train
"merous new employes,
nn8 ot a record increase
phones and vohtoe of
service has generally
ued at a high standard.'
Epnone men and women
jotinuing to furnish
'7. helpful and techni
trained and expert
w0tkers and their man
nt "e accustomed to
a8 together and to plan
aJead under conditions
Ed oy emergencies.
! nwMkers, while meeting
JP1 expanding defense
J ijuirements, are
Of the nil.'f .i.
I , Ui U1C 111-
Pj Met in every way they
Fer existing conditions
F'ephone organization is
t' Dest to see that dur
pe tunes of national
FUCV ni, .
4 -uuunue to do
. greatest possible advan-
j uruseof thesemce,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
The Sunday school lesson at 9 :45
a. m. concerns itself with the
vital problem of "Home and its
Responsibility Regarding Bever
age Alcohol." Father, mother and
young people should give this sub
ject careful consideration.
In recognition of Mother's Day
the pastor will preach at the morn
ing worship at 11:00 on Mother's
Day." At the evening worship at
8 :00, which will include the old
Gospel Hymns, the pastor will
preach on "Mother s Savior. Let a
honor mother by worshipping her
Savior. Bring mother out of the
kitchen, with the whole family, to
church. The circle may be soon
broken so be sure to be united in
church on this Mother's Day.
What , better place can we find to
be with our families than in
At 7:00 p. m. the Baptist Train
ing Union and the Brotherhood will
meet. There is a place here for
the young children even to the
oldest of the family.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11 a.
m., E. S. T.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun
day 8:00 a. m., E. S. T.
Cherokee, every 3 Sunday 8:00
a. nu, E. S. T.
Andrews, every 1st Sunday 8:00
a. m., E. S. T.
Murphy, every 5th Sunday 7:00
a. m., C. S. T.
Lives Of Mother And Baby
Born In Road Saved By Dog
DTIRANT. Okla. A collie dog
saved the life of a 35-year-old
woman and the baby to which she
trave birth, unattended, in a cold
rain on a country road.
Capt, Leon J. Thomas, of the
Salvation Armv. said that Mrs. Ed
C. Northup inexplicably left her
husband and small daughter in
their home near Hugo, Okla., re
cently. She wandered down a har
row country road in a cold, beat
On the way, she gave birth to a
son. She had lain by the road, in
the rain, all night, when the collie
led Lonzo Caldwell, a farmer, to
RpsiHents renorted that the dog
they did not know to whom it be
longedbarked at several houses
during the night, and whined and
scratched at their doors, xney
r-hnapri him awav. Finally he at
tracted Mr. Caldwell's attention
and led him to the mother and her
Physicians said the child weigh
ed nine pounds and was healthy.
Mrs, Northup suffered shock, but
Was recovering in a hospital here.
ing the past week were: Master
II. C. Turner, Jr., Mrs. Arthur
Wilson and baby, Mrs. Weaver
Green, Baby Joyce Smathers, Mrs.
Freeman Trull, Master Kenneth
Rhinehart, Master Arlis Queen,
Klinfnrd Beaslev. R. G. A.
Campbell, Ulus Inman, Dewey
Henson, Pauline Dalton, coiorea,
Mrs. Carl Jones and baby, Mrs. J.
D. West, Mrs. M. E. Evans and
Also Mrs. Jim Awruage, j.
Whitted, Mrs. Roy Haynes, Mrs.
L. W. Waters, Mrs. Marshall Kirk
patrick, Mrs. Hugh Cathey, Mrs.
Frank Bryson, Mrs. J. E. Newman,
Mrs. Hobart Burnett, Miss Ruth
Warlick, Mrs. Richard Kerley, Mrs.
Fred Rogers and baby, Miss Lois
Russell, Miss Mae; Kirkpatnck,
Jack Brown, Loretta Hamiliton,
(colored), Irin Reno, Mrs. George
Stamey, Mrs. Russell Gilliland and
baby, Mrs. Joe Ruff, Master Billy
Messer, Tom Oats, (colored; and
Mrs. Elbert Boyd.
j il.. riavfnn Trull, of
air. aim bus, .. ,
Canton, route 2, announce the birth
of a son on April the 30th. '
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Cagle, 01
Hazelwood, announce the birth of
a son on May the lst
Mr and Mrs. Cleveland Bolden,
of Waynesville, announce the birth
of a son on May the 4th.
! THE OLD HOME TOWN 6y STANLEY
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A rrrr. -f speech elmer usepwhex hb
t T&TA VMHEELS 0PROieeSS'r-ITOTlt , .
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Army Selectee's Error In
Age Costs Him $9,748
DALLAS. Buck Private Louis
A. Neveleff. a former SlO.OOO-a-
year executive, wishes he had look
ed up his age before registering
for the draft.
Private Neveleff was a buyer for
a Dallas department store until a
month ago. Then the army packed
him off to Camp Bowie and gave
him a rifle.
Then Private Neveleff discover
ed that he was born April 10, 1904,
instead of 1905. The year will
cost Neveleff $9,748, the difference
between $10,000 a year and $21 a
Rumors, get around again that
Germany's running shrt of oil for
lubricating all those tanks. Not
likely. They can alway use axis
WNC People Need
To Know More
"The people of Western North
Carolina should make every effort
Jo learn more about the section
in order to inform the thousands
who come into this area every
year," John Lineberger, president
of the Asheville Junior Chamber of
Commerce told the Rotary Club
Commenting on the possibilities
of a growing tourist business in
the small towns he pointed out
that those who stay for any length
of time prefer the small towns to
Asheville. This fact was determ
ined by information received from
over 28,000 visitors at the infor
mation booth in Asheville last seas
on, the speaker said.
"From information gathered at
this, booth, we found that sixty per
cent of our visitors were from Ohio,
New York, Illinois, Pennsylvania
and Florida. As far as I know,
there has not been any determined
effort, or advertising campaign car
ried on in the midwest to attract
"We also found that 53 per cent
of the registering visitors were here
for their first time because some
friend hud suggested a trip to this
area. This means that we must be
cordial to all who come if We expect
them to go back and tell others
Mr. Lineberger pointed out that
Gets New Battleship1
Command of the VSJS. North Caro
lina, first new American battleship
inea izi, goes to Capt O. M.
Huatvedt, pictured as the ship was
commissioned at the New York
Navy Yard. The keel was laid on
Navy Day. Oct 27. 1837-
the general lack of entertainment
seemed to be the general complaint
in Western North Carolina.
He cited a number of projects
which the Organization of which
he is head had accomplished during
the past year.
Charles Ray had charge of the
program, and several local hotel
and boarding house men were
guests of Kotarians for the meeting.
Price Is Named
Head State REA
Governor Broughton announced
that Gwynn B. Price of West
Jefferson, who has long been asso
ciated with cooperative movements,
would be the new chairman of the
North Carolina Rural Electrifica
tion authority. '
At the same time the chief execu
tive released the reappointments
of Ed F. Allen of Lenoir, Dr. Jane
S. McKimmon of Raleigh and W.
M. Sherard of Henderson to the
REA board. They and Price will
serve four-year terms beginning
The other two members D. E.
Purcell of Rockingham county and
Professor S. H. Hobbs, Jr., of
Chapel Hill will serve until the
expiration of their terms June 5,
1943. They, with the others, re
signed some time ago but their res
ignations were not acted upon and
they were requested to complete
Price succeeds Professor David
S. Weaver of N. C, State college,
who has been serving as acting
chairman but who had requested
that he be relieved of his duties.
Governor Broughton. said Price
had been endorsed by the majority
of all rural electrification projects
in the state.
Looking at the bright side sup--'
pose you lived at the North Pole
and hubby stayed out all night?
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