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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEEB
I frooo of Girl
Sronage of their
mes featured the
-eekly meetings of
iSr Scouts held
Sthii week on ae
, of the members are
Krv evening a
fL will be given at the
l?r . ,11 .ico the sum-
will be held un
FTrMne to Mrs.
'i Fast Moving Into
large selection of
'crisp, cool (
Last Rites Held for
Colored School Teacher
Funeral services were held on
Sunday afternoon at the Metho
dist church, (colored) for Emma
Dawson, 60, well known and highly
respected teacher in the local
schools for colored children. Bur
ial followed in the cemetery nearby.
She was a native of Macon
county and had taught in that
section prior to. coming here in
She has' taught school for over
forty years, and at the funeral ser
vices tributes were paid her by
former students as well as white
Orcharding projects received a
great deal of attention during 1940
by Georgia 4-H boys and girls.
Trees, shrubs, legumes, foresta,
and grasses that protect badly
eroded land, rebuild depleted soil.
Want Ada are one cent a word
for each insertion. No ad la
taken for leas than 25c.
Floors sanded, finished, clean
ed, waxed and polished. Guar
anteed superior workmanship
and materials. Mcintosh Floor
Service. Call at Massie Hard
ware or phone 23.
FOR SALE 165 acres of land, 100
acres in grass, also 3Z neaa oi
cattle. Terms reasonable. Don't
write, but see B. Sentelle, Way
nesville, Route one. June 26
BRING US all your wild Ginseng
roots dug this spring. Good prices
today. Waynesville Pharmacy,
opposite Court House.
June 26-July 8. f
FOR SALE One auto gas range,
with built-in oven and broiler.
Four burners on plate and in
stant light. See Z. L, Massey.
FOR RENT First floor apart
ment. Mrs. W. T. Crawford.
Swiss, Voiles, Dimities
sses are as sheer as
Nety of colors and
Sizes at FOR SALE A new full line of
GREETING CARDS for all oc-
' (tC CA casions. The Aiken Gift Shop,
FOR S A L E Krispy Kreme
doughnut shop. We will teach
you how. Inquire 643 Haywood
Road, Asheville. July 3-10
rtra Large Group At
Styles in White
(Casual Type in Cocoa
i J and Poe.1 T7.U
e -Main Street
MAN WANTED for 800 family
route. Permanent if you are a
hustler. Write Rawleigh's Dept.
NCF-245-123, Richmond, Va.
" July 3. .
TRAVEL OPPORTUNITY To
West Coast. Can take two pas
sengers to share expenses.
Phone J507-J or C. N. Ferguson,
route 2. July 3
COOK WANTED for summer sea
son in country, to room on place.
Phone 420-R. July 3
WANTED S mall comfortable
furnished cottage ior two nwiiu
Lake Kanuga or Waynesville.
Must be reasonable. Mrs. Benj.
Olasov, 45 Montagu Street,
Charleston, C. C. July 3
BUTONS covered 16c dozen up.
Button noies maae c
for 10c. Furniture reupholstered,
repaired and refinished. F. H.
Saunders. Next to E. Waynes
ville school. Phone 130-J. It
WANTED Experienced timber
cutters and bark peelers. Steady
work for long period. Jobs guar
anteed to all who report on Sun
day at 2 p. m. at office of Bemis
Hardwood Lumber Company,
KobbinsviUe, N. C. July 3.
FOR SALE Baby Grand Piano,
$135.00, tables $3.00 rock
" ers 11.00, dishes, trunks, $7.00,
floor lamp $5.00, oak bed $7.50,
oak dresser $9.50, chuTer-robe
$120, occasional chair $4.00,
brass bed $5.00, mirrors $1X0 np.
Kitchen utensils, pictures -an
at 118 Main Street. Opposite Le-
L - .
7 ' -
Ousted by Nazis
! Amour the American consuls or
dered by the Nails to close their
offices is Sydney B. Bedecker, eon-!
sul at Frankfort. H. is charred with.
bavin "delivered addresses in sup
port of propaganda unfriendly t
Germany." All consulates in Gr
auny and in moat occupied territory
wen ordered closed
NYA Girl's Center
Holds Open House
On 6th Birthday
Around 75 persons called at the
NYA girls center on Thursday
afternoon when Mrs. Juanita Walk
er, project supervisor, and the girls
enrolled, . held open house in ob
servance of the six anniversary of
the work in this state.
The rooms were1 arranged in
quantities of flowers with the
girls assisting Mrs. Walker in re
ceiving the guests, registering
them and showing them over the
In the weaving room the girls
were observed at their looms. Here
a : number of attractive articles
were on display for sale made by
the girls outside of their working
hours at the center.
In the sewing room nine girls
were busy making garments for
the county welfare department.
The vegetable garden planted
and kept by the girls which sup
plements food for the daily lunches
at the center also interested the
Among those calling were the
county commissioners and the town
Woman's Club Will
Give Square Dances
The Woman's Club will inaugu
rate their annual summer square
dances tonight at the Hotel Gor
don, with Sam Queen and bis band
The club gives these weekly
dances as a means of making mon
ey to pay off indebtedness of the
High School Band
Will Give Three
Concerts This Week
The Waynesville high school band
is planning a series of patriotic
programs this week including the
presentation of three concerts.
The first concert was given last
night at 7:00 o'clock in the Hazel
wood Presbyterian church.
The second program will be pre
sented at 4 o'clock on the grounds
near the auditorium at Lake Juna
luska on Friday.'
The third concert will be given on
Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock on
the court house steps.
The programs on each occasion
will include "Columbia the Gem of
Ocean," "Dixie," "Yankee Doodle,"
"The Star Spangled Banner," and
Are Given To All
All millers, threshers, buyers,
and other persons handling wheat
are asked to come by the county
agent's office and get the proper
forms for handling wheat. Under
the 1941 wheat marketing quota
law all wheat being processed,
traded, or sold after July 1 must
Several millers and threshers
have already received instructions
as to the handling of wheat, but
several have never made inquiry.
Proper forms and instructions
must he received before handling
All farmers having wheat for
harvest in 1941 must come to the
county office and get a card by
which their wheat may be properly
identified, These cards will be is
sued any time after July 1.
These control measures are ne
cessary in view of the large sur
plus of wheat on hand and the
Oxford Orphanage Group
To Give Concert Here
With Admission Free
A group of fourteen children
from the Oxford Orphanage will
give a concert here in the Masonic
Temple on Tuesday evening, the
8th, beginning at 8 o'clock.
The program will consist of
songs, recitations, pageants, and
No admission fee will be charg
ed and the public is cordially invit
ed to attend this annual concert
by the orphanage.
a number of spirited marches. The
public is invited to attend each
The Canadian provinces of Que
bee, Ontario and British Columbia
are all larger than the state of
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Craft Of Tht
. : Smoky Mountain
Hand Hooked Rugs Weavings
Scarfs Bags Coverlets
Candjewick Spreads Useful
, 'Gifts '."
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In the same familiar carton
Twi FREE OF SNEEZY SOAP DUStS&O
Q0ME IN fOR WISt BARGAIHS'AND OUR OTHER SPBOAtS
Canton, N. C.
Rhinehart & Terrell
H. V. Cagle Grocery
Leader Dept. Store
Fishers Gro.-Dutch Cove
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scwrcM STAM twe rr
Waynesville, N. C.
The Food Store
Miss Mary Francis Grocery
Harry Liner Grocery
E. C. Moody Grocery
Ray's Super Market
J. C. Rose Grocery
Hazelwood, N. C.
Economy Food Store
Lake Junaluska, N. C.
f Junaluska Supply Co.
if, America i & size . . mmv
Stock up on
1 cake lc when
you buy 3 other
cakes 1 Yc
for ' &(Q)
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