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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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ikxander Of Cata-Snonsorine
'J Of Old-Time
fc .our old-fashioned muz-
jw ... ;) :t rood.
bog ru, - ?-,;
' ...i.lnirtn nit we uuu o
the beef. -
rieht. The beel 01 a
prise steer which
Cder, owner oT the
T ij.,n nf the
..A (rive tne wiiuicio
brand new folding money.
uVinV anv other shoot-
thn i hog-eye rifle, be-
Udge. will not only na-
Lit wouldn't be fair to
old-time shooters run rougu
,it the younger trigger pul-
i,ipmsors have amaea me
totere into tnree
"A"ll over 60 years -out
"B"H between 40 and 60.
C all under 40 years
I tinners in classes "A" and
pi hind quarter oi tne
The winner in class j
)ti fore quarter. The cash
iifided among all three
u the iudees see fit.
Ictions yesterday were that
Crimrwl shooters would
L contest, which will begin
o'clock, on the second,
hotter will be allowed to
tit choice of positions 40
itudmg, or 60 yards prone.
Mm will be George Brown,
tiff R. V.Welch, J. R. Boyd,
A. G. Davey and S. JU
ping band will be on hand
h up the crowd, while at
sine movie photographers
M my their machines to
the activities of the day.
i the movie men. there will
M of cameramen taking
Cathey, State AAA
litteeman Ones to
Legion With Bell,
Gavel and rlacque
An official American Lecion crav.
el. bell and larsre nlacaue. settin?
forth the Preamble of the Consti
tution of the Legion, were present
ed the Haywood post No. 47 last
Thursday night, by the newly elect
ed commander, W. H. F, Millar,
who will take omce in July.
In. making the presentation, Mr.
Miller said in oart: "Others have
labored for years to promote the
interest of this post, and have
given both of their time and money.
Being a comparative newcomer,
my contributions to the welfare of
the post have been practically
"In an effort to partially balance
the previous work and efforts of
others, but rather to aid in 'dress
ing up' post headquarters and to
assist Legion meeting ceremonies,
Gordon Hotel Was
On 15th For Season
The Hotel Gordon was officially
opened for the summer season on
June 15th, under the management
of G. L. Martin, one of the owners,
who is beiner assisted by Mrs. L.
S. Gauldin, who also has an in
terest in the hotel and Mrs. E. J.
Hoover, a former hostess of Bnar
eliffe Manor. New York.
The dining room will continue
under the management of Mr. and
Mrs. John McGraw.
A full social nroeram includ
tag bridge and bingo parties,
dances and other features of en
tertainment have been planned by
A number of guests have ar
rived to spend the entire season.
Amono- these are Mrs. Aaenne
Chester, of Savannah, Ga., who
has been coming to Waynesville
for the nast 40 years: Mr. and
Mrs. George Worth, the former
owner and operator of the Royal
Palm Hotel, of West Palm ceacn;
Mr. and Mrs. S. M, Griffin, of Coral
nV,o onoata Include MISS Char'
D ; -
!n v.. Brown, of Jacksonville,
Florida; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Myers,
of Dallas, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Lewis, of Columbus, Ohio; and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Orr, pi Atlanta
:?h on Business
ma Cathev. of the Piceon
lot the county, and one of
f members of the North
p State AAA committee.
eouDle of dava in Raleie-h
ft on official busness.
ril of 971 TUiranna wam Wli.
pfic accidents in this state
f three months of 1941.
Allen's Creek Road Is
Being Resurf acd by State
tv. Aiion'a Creek road, begin
ning where it leads off of Highway
Nos. 19-23, is being hardsurfaced.
More than a mile of hard surfac
ing will be done according to a
state official. The state is doing
Xlrm Juum T. Thnmiinn. nf Rich
mond, Virginia, one of Oie four win-!
nan in tha first national Mwtns?
contest, proudly holds the prisej
otiaclr a.a.iii hr In N York.
Thousands of women were tntered,
M AS.. J. M. .
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
"The universe, including men,
envolved by atomic force," will be
the subject of the lesson-sermon at
eWen o'clock in the assembly
rooms on the second floor of the
Masonic Temple. The golden text
unil he from Psalm 95 :3-4, "The
Lord is a great God, and a great
King above all gods, in his nana
are the deep places oi tne eann,
the strenth of the hills is in his
There are many reasons for
u?f trading at
poice merchandise carefully selected to meet the
jws of Haywood County people.
W Prices 4 -:
(Wces that win by comparison with relation to
jtoh local firms and mail order houses.
lepoUcy of the Ray Brothers and all who work
fith them to represent every item honestly and
tly so that you know exactly what you are get
1 for your money. -.(onvpnipnpp
J V?e airy cool store rooms fcat make shoppin
Wck, easy and comfortable.
iA kge parking lot for your convenience that
aTes you time, trouble and irritation.
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fod gtore where the values consistently are
the sanitation is exceptional and you and
fe est selection in this section.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett. Pastor.
The Bible school, meeting at 9:45
a. m. Sunday, lays emphasis on the
nhiect "iThe First Mission Con
ference." This is found in Acts
1K-B.21. Questions arise that per
plex. Is the gospel universal? Is
Salvation of Grace or law? How
to ue soul liberty? Are
we saved for our own sake or for
others also? Join a class to better
understand God's word.
All the worship services at U a.
m. and 8 p. m., the pastor will
preach on the subjects, "The Chris
tian's Supreme Desire," and
"Afraid of Jesus Christ," espe
cially. The senior and junior choir,
composed of volunteer Christians
wtih line this oDDortunity to serve
Christ will sing special songs and
lead in congregational singing.
The Training Union meeting at
7 p. m. for programs will offer
means of growth and development
to all Christians. There win oe
groups for adults, young people,
intermediates, juniors : and story
hour for children.
Wheat Growers To
Be Effected By
It Is Estimated That Be
tween 500 and 700 Farmers
Will Take Part In Program
The wheat marketing auota law
which was approved by over 80 per
cent .of the wheat farmers in the
United States in a recent referen
dum held by the government will
effect all producers oi wheat in
Havwood county.' it was learned
this week from the county farm
Attention is called to the fact
that all buyers, millers and pro
cessors of wheat must execute nec
essary forms in all transactions.
Farmers who have wheat for
market or to be processed into
flour must have a marketing card
for his wheat. This also applies
where a farmer plans to feed wheat
to livestock and poultry to be sold.
The necessary forms are being
prepared in the county farm agent's
office and will be ready for distn
bution by the time wheat is thresh
ed in this section.
All threshers of wheat or com
bine operators are required to have
special forms to be executed at
the time wheat is threshed and the
toll is taken.
These regulations have been set
un hv the AAA officials in Wash
inrton in view of the largest sur
plus of wheat on record and also
to the limited export markets un
der war conditions.
The estimated production
wheat in 1941 in the United States
is above 950,000,000 bushels and
the expected market is only calcu
lated at 750,000,000,
All millers, buyers and thrBh
ern of wheat in this county are
asked to meet in the court room
here on Monday, June 23rd, at
nine o'clock a. m., for instructions
as to how to execute the necessary
All committee men and super
visors are supposed to attend this
meeting and any farmer interested
in the program.
The county farm agents est!
mat that between five and seven
hundred farmers will be affected
by the wheat referendum in this
. . k work
r P or people long known to yw -
J uy f the purpose of helping yon with your
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rector, Rev. R. E. McBlain.
Sunday, June 22.
8:00 a. m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a. m. church school.
11:00 a. m. church morning
prayer and sermon.
4:00 evening prayer and ser
mon at St. David's, Cullowhee.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, North Carolina.
Waynesville, every Sunday 11 :00
A. M., E. S. T.
Cherokee, every ara unaay o.u
A. M., E. S. T. ,
Bryson City, every Sunday 8:00
A. M E. S. T. . ...
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th
e,A.v fi-ftn A. M E. S. T.
Highlands, every Sunday 11:00
A. M., E. S. T. '
Andrewsevery 1st Sunday 8:00
A. M.. E. S. T. . . ,(Vl
Murphy, every em ouuu i.
A. M. C S. T. Y
Rev. Sprinkles Holding
Revival at Allen's
Creek Baptist Church
The Rev. Mr. Sprinkle, of Can
ton, is holding a revival at the
Allen's Creek Baptist church. The
opening service having been con-
He is being assisted by the Pray
er Band, a group of 75 musioans
and church workers of all denomi-
.. ,r,;rH m assist in
The Rev. Mr. Sprinkle has just
completed two successrui .
of meetings, one at the Calvary
n x:. hnrch in Canton with W
Sons and the other in West
. Mth ' nil CUIUCBBiVlW v.
faith. . "'.
rr rm THANKS '
UIIW . -
-r- f thank our friends
for the many deeds ar,d sym
pathy shown us through the ffl
r""' . , ... f.thr. broth-
ness ana aei.n w -
Robert McLean, Mrs. Proffitt,
and Mrs. H. C. Hassell.
Fines Creek News
. P. Martin Attends
Royal Arcanum Meeting
Of the Two Carohnas
E. P. Martin attended the an
nual meeting of the Grand Council
of the Royal Arcnaum of the two
Carolinas which was held last
week in Salisbury. He represented
the local council.
From Salisbury Mr. Martin went
to Denver where he visited his
daughter, Mrs. A. W. Lynch, for
the remainder of the week. He
was accompanied home by his
granddaughters, Martha Ellen and
T 1 ' . L . V. T L I 1 1
Mary Lliuwia ijyncii, wuu win
spend some time with relatives
l i " . '
Rv Mrs D. N. Rathbone.
Rev. Joe T. Shackford, pastor
will nreach Sunday morning
eleven at the Pine Grove church
and at Baldwin Chapel at 2:30.
Georere W. Buchanan
Last rites were held Sunday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home
of his brother, Fred Buchanan, on
Allen's Creek for George W. Buch
anan. 66. at 4:00 o'clock Saturday
afternoon. The Rev. C. L. Allen
officiated. Burial was in Buch
Servinar as pallbearers, were:
John Estes, Lowrey Gunter, Frank
Wood, Marvin Oxner, Will Jordon,
and John Grasiv.
Mr. Buchanan was a native of
Haywood county and was born
September 17, 1874. He was the
son of the late Merritt R. and Ma
riah Green Buchanan.
Mr. Buchanan had served as
constable for Waynesville town
shin for the oast 16 years,
He is survived by two brothers,
Walter and Fred Buchanan: and
one sister, Mrs. Mary Browning,
all of Allen's Creek, also a number
of nieces and nephews.
Last rites Were held Saturday
afternoon at 2 ;30 o'clock at the
Allen's Creek Baptist church for
Ellis Forga, 45, who died on Friday
mornlnsr at 9 : 15 o'clock at the
Haywood County Hospital. The
Rev. C. L. Allen offlcated. Bunai
was in the Cunningham cemetery.
Mr. Forga was a native of this
country, and was born on July Zo,
1895, the son of James Forga and
th late Mrs. Forga. He was a
hlnckumith bv trade.
f Surviving are his widow. Mrt
Martha Jane Russell Forga; five
sons, William, John, Kenneth,
Robert, and Gordon j three daugh
tern. Inez. Sue. and Kay: his fath
'er, James Forga; one brother, Tom
Forira. of Gastonia: three sisters,
Mrs, Dollie Edwards, Mrs. Lilly
Reece, and Mrs. Mary Frady, all
of Route one, Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Fleeche Goforth,
nf Mnrshnll. announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Mfes Allie
Goforth, to Berlin Haynes, -son
of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Haynes, of
The marriage vows were sol
emnized on May 15th at New
Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Will reside
at the home of the groom's par
ents. Mr. Haynes holds a position
a clerk with Grace Lumber Co.,
at Cold Springs.
W. P. Rathbone. of fihelton
Laurel, in the Fines Creek area, was
honored on his 68to birthday, June
8th, with a picnic lunch which was
prepared and served Dy nis chil
dren Faraday Rathbone, Dave
Rathbone. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rath
bone, and six children, Mr. and
m. C. P Ledford and their two
daughters, Miss Mattie and Myrtle
Ledford, of Canton, Mr. and Mrs.
Shuford Beasley and their four
children. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rus
sell and four children, Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde White and two children
and a number of friends and rela
tives. All enioved a bountiful
meal and a number of songs were
sung by his granddaughters.
Reeves Rogers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Rogers, of Fines Creek,
is a patient in a Virginia hospital
where he is suffering with a broken
leg which he received in an auto
mobile accident. :
McCurry Beasley returned home
this week from Newport News.
He was accompanied by his moth
er, Mrs. Mary Beasley, who has
been visiting there.
Billie McCrary, who has been at
tending the Electrical Training
school at Raleigh, returned home
Saturday morning to spend a week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
McCrary. After which he will
go to Newport News for a position.
Mrs Joe T. Shackford has been
visiting her parents and relatives
in South Carolina this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Noland are
verv much improved in hearth.
Aunt Laura had a sereve sick spell
last week, but soon waa up and
Uncle Charlie is able to visit his
Hano-hter and son-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Green and also put in a
great deal of time supervising his
WILLIAM M. TURPIN
Funeral services were conduct'
ed at 3:00 o'clock Sunday after
noon at the Manle Grove Metho
dist church for William M. Turpin,
73. who died St 7:30 o'clock on
Thursday night at the Haywood
County Hospital. The Rev. James
Liner officiated. Burial was in
the Turnin family cemetery,
Mr. Turnin was a native of Hay
wood county and was born October
19 1867. He was the son of the
late Capt. John Turpin and Almira
Mr Turnin is survived by two
hrnthem. Dock . H. Turnin. of
Waynesville, and Charles Turpin, of
Canton, one sister, Mrs. C. rank
Moody, of Franklin, and a number
of nieces and nephews.
Long's Chapel Church
School Making Progress
- The vacation church school which
was started on Monday of last
week at Long's Chapel has had ah
average daily attendance of around
The school is under the general
supervision of the pastor, Rev. C.
D. Brown, who is being assisted
by the following teachers: Rev. W.
M. Robbins, Mrs. C. J. Medford,
Mrs. Robert Young, Mrs. R. H.
Terrell, Mrs. C. D. Brown Mrs.
Wilda Moore and Miss Sarah Long.
Courses for primary, juniors and
intermediate age groups are being
given. '' ' '''. ''-':'m
On Sunday morning a display of
project work by the various groups
will be shown. On Friday mor
Hon pictures of "Creation to the
Cross" will be shown in the
school. On the same day the stu
dents will be given a picnic.
Parents and interested friends
are invited to visit the schooL
Mrs. Warren Balentine
Dies In South Carolina
Word was received here Tues
day of the passing of Mrs. Warren
Balentine, grandmother of Emmett,
William and Charles Balentine, of
this city. ;
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday at the home in Ware Shoals,
s. c ' : : ; ' ... ,,.
The N. C. Highway Safety Di
vision says that there's practically
no such thing as an unavoidable
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