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rBSDAY, na 7' 1941
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
tart Today At Lake
n ..'IJi.iKi ir
Vnv New ttu"""s
Construction Or Just
C Completed At Lake.
T inferences, Bishop Ar-
7 Voore, of Atlanta, will tt
rLSote address for the
r f. ' j...n hool. July
, .k- district supenn-
Lnts' conference, running con
Wh H. Kinsr, of Salis-
PT.V.Ppv. Dr. C. C. Daniel,
Sn Tenn, are dean, and
respectively of the two.
Twho will conduct separate
"P ; ii. mnrnine and
ussions i" "
, i ..tnnina nlflrfnrm
-rat Ul "ie ev'""6 r
, -fool auditorium
L- t Tnf ICULi"'
p: . 3 mi
tfhool for camp leaaera wm u
F, .j .n ronnection with tne
f .ui. .rhool at the camp pro
fnw'C. , . u. i.l
lite formerly wo .
, chonda. me bchuu
, u,;n hp under the
CL nf Miss Elisabeth Brown,
Lhville. Dr. Ernest Osborne,
I ftKheri'' College, Columbia
L i. will be present as a
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norson ana memoer ox
pd?enture staff will co-oper-
athe training program.
Wiring f naay, unuer u-
of the leader scnooi, ir. -onn
Benton, of Vanderbilt Univer-
will lead chapel services at
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t B, tiass BBSBIOHO Wl W
it 9:15 a. m., and close at
.nother conference for leaders
the Southeastern jurisdiction,
ch includes the 17 conferences
of the Mississippi river, will
hhe Council of Conference Lay
lien for the Southeastern juris-
ion, July 18-20. These business
;ions will be at the Terrace
Fruit Juice Laxative
Tmcl contains freak prune
U It is a scientifically homog
pd emnlsion of prune Juice and
ben oil fortified with phenol
C"?ul woes tne three HilnfS
it to relieve constipation,
fa wast matter, lubricates
Htinal canal, gently stimulates
Mtinil muscles whose action Is
rosenta. Prua.81 atarhelps !
wwrmal muscular strengths
rWm or irritatioa from Pnmol.
ml providea relief or tout
m is refunded. For children,
ipectut mothers ajid elderly
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iimnui comes in two sizes, ous
tun, Bold and gnarants by
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Hotel, and the three groups will
unite in general inspirational meet
ings at the assembly auditorium.
Platform speakers will be Bishop
J. L. Decell, of Birmingham, Ala.,
Friday evening, and during the
present and ensuing week, Dr.
Oscar T. Olson, Epworth-Euclid
church, Cleveland, Ohio, and Dr.
Hazen G. Werner, Grace church,
Dayton, Ohio, at 9:30 and 11:45 a.
m. Bishop Hoyt M. Dobbs, of
Jackson, Miss., and Bishop W W,
Peele, are programmed for address
es, Monday, July 21, and Wednes
day, July 23, at.8 p. m. Dr. Olson
and Dr. Werner will speak from
the assembly pulpit Sunday morn
ing and evening, respectively.
The B-19 In the Air For the First Time
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At Santa Monica, Cal., the U. S. Army' eoloisui, the mighty B-19, majestically soars over Clover Field,
heading for March Field, 75 miles away. Major Stanley Umitead piloted the 82-ton ship (weight when
loaded) which cost an estimated $3,500,000 to build. The B-lt, with a 212-foot wingspread and gas capacity
of 11,000 gallons, could fly to London with 28 tons of bombs and return non-stop.
Among the season's best prog
grams were the two of Tuesday,
which included an inspirational ad
dress by Bishop W. N. Ainsworth,
of Macon, Ga., and concert at 8
p. m., by the Waynesville Town
ship band, under the direction of
L. T. New, Jr. The brilliant pro.
gram consisted largely of descrip
tive overtures, and tone poems, with
a sprinkling of waltzes, marches,
and patriotic airs. The swanky
uniforms of the young band mem.
bers and their excellent perform
ances scored a decided hit with the
Equally pleasing was the bril
liant and colorful all-star perform
ance given Wednesday evening,
programmed as "Visiting Artists'
Night." Representatives of the
fine arts, now residing in Asheville
took part in the program, as fol
lows: Elda Vettori, dramatic so
prano, Metropolitan Opera Com
pany; Blanche Loftaine, dramatic
reader and successful writer and
short stories and poetry; Leopoldo
Gutierrez, baritone and Ruth Ryan
MEWS and FACTS ... of Statewide Meresi
North Carolina's legalized brewing
industry yants no law-violating ele
ment within its ranks. It wants no
beer outlets that use their licenses to
mask anti-social activities.
Hence the consistent effort under the
"clean up or close up" campaign to
eliminate the comparatively few
beer retailers who do not respect the
privilege of their licenses.
In cooperation with law enforce
ment agencies, our Committee has
f&ade progress. But our goal is a
100 law-abiding business and we
insist that all retail beer outlets be
able fo withstand the searchlight of
You can help us attain this objective
by patronizing the" Orderly outlets in
your community and reporting any
unlawful conditions to officials or to
BREWERS AND NORTH CAROLINA
BEER DISTRIBUTORS COMMITTEE
Plane Will Go
350 Miles An Hour
KANSAS CITY Transcontinen
tal & Western Air, Inc., have an
nounced that it had developed a
67-passenger transport plane cap
able of 350 miles an hour top speed.
The airline said the plane, the
largest land transport yet project
ed for construction, had been un
der secret development for two
years by Howard Hughes, 'round-
the-world flier, and Jack Frye,
TWA president, at the Lockheed
aircraft plant in Burbanks, Calif.
Frye said TWA has ordered 40
of the planes, the first of which
is scheduled for delivery next
The plane, easily convertible in
to a troop transport would be
powered by four 2,500-horsepower
Wright engines, carrying 64 per
sons, including crew of seven, have
a range of more than 4,000 miles,
supercharged cabin and engines
permitting operation up to 30,000
feet with low altitude comfort,
and at 474 per cent of power
would cruise at 283 miles an hour,
bringing Los Angeles with 8V6
hours of New York.
Grye said that a fleet of forty
such planes, marshaled for emer
erency military service, could trans
port 16,000 troops to Alaska in
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36 hours, 1Z.0U0 to tne canai mhb
in 36 hours, 7,500 t0 Hawaii in 48
hours, or could fly a round trip
between Boston, Mass., and Bristol,
England, In 24 hours.
Equipped as cargo planes they
could carry sixteen tons net load
each and forty of them could trans
port 10.000 pounds of cargo to the
Canal Zone in 48 hours Frye estimated.
With normal night passengers
and mail and express loads,' it was
said, the new planes will be able
to fly from Los Angeles to New
York non-stop with a five-hour
fuel supply left in reserve.
The cabin supercharged woaia
heirin functioning immediately on
take-off, providing sea level pres
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Hayed sb the first girl actually to
threaten the supremacy of Bob
Brown and Don Berry, aquaplane
:hampions, blonde Lucille Wilde,
18-year-old Los Angeles high school
girl, will enter the Catalina-Man-Qattan-Hermosa
ciation race in August.
pheric conditions of from 8,000 to
12,000 feet, levels at altitudes be
tween 25,000 and 30,000 feet.
TWA'S Boering stratoliner now
starts it supercharged at 8,000
feet and has a normal ceiling of
Francis Cove Club
Meets With Miss Boggs
Miss Marion Hofrgs was hostess
to the Francis Cove Home Demon
stration club for the July meet
ing, with 17 .members present and
two visitors, Miss Hattie Hardee,
of Snvannah, Ga., and Mrs. Troy
Those taking part on the pro
gram for the afternoon were: Mrs.
Robert MeCrackeh, Mrs. W. K.
Boone, Mrs. Homer West, Miss
Boggs, Miss Hester Anne Francis
and Miss Smith, the home agent.
Miss Smith gave a "Canning"
demonstration, using a double boil
er which she had purchased re
cently. She also served raspber
ry" jam which she had made in
the new boiler, which proved this
method of canning good.
Miss Mae Boone will attend
the short course which will be held
at State College in Raleigh.
Mrs. Homer West was the win
ner of the prize in the contest
The hostess was assisted by Miss
Mary Franklin in serving.
The club will meet with Mrs.
Iola McElroy for a picnic supper
Allen's Creek News
Mrs. Charles L. Pruett
Taylor and Virgil Wilson, of
Newport News, Vs., are visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Private Junior Nichols h&s re
turned to Fort Benning, Ga., after
spending several days with his
Mrs. Will Norman had as her
guest over the week-end her son,
Nathan Norman, of Fort Bragg.
Mrs. Claudia Norman and Hettie
Jones spent the past week with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Medford, of
Lloyd Harrison, of New York, is
visiting friend and relatives here.
Before returning home he is going
to Alabama, San Francisco, and
Sidro Valley, Washington.
Miss Fannie Queen and Mrs.
Irene Oueen. tf Gastonia. snent a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moody and
family visited their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Rube Moody, on Sunday.
Mrs. J. L. Doos, of Portsmouth,
Va., who has been visiting her
mother, Mrs. P. P. Wright, has re
turned home; ;
NOTICE AS TO CEMETERY
All persons holding unrecorded
deeds for lots in Green Hill Ceme
tery in Waynesville are hereby noti
fied to have said deeds recorded.
The Town is now causing a survey
to be made and trying to locate and
determine what lots remain unsold.
If deeds are not recorded the pres
ent officials have no way of determ
ining who are the owners of lots.
HEDWIG A. LOVE.
No. 1000 July 17.
Pollyanna Gibbs Is
State Contest Winner
Pollyanna Gibbs, of Hazel wood,
was the winner of the annual
State Junior B. T. U. memory
work drill at Ridgecrest last week.
In order to attain this honor a
ehild must memorize fifty-two
verses of Scripture from different
parts of the Bible and be able to"
associate the Bible reference with
The drills are conducted under
the headings: flash card, subject
matter, completion and question
and answer with each child working
The contests were held first in
the local churches, then in the
association, then in the region and
finally at the annual state meet
ing at Ridgecrest. .
Pollyanna, who is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gibbs,
of Hazel wood, formerly of Boone,
N. C, was accompanied to Ridge
crest by her parents and Mrs. Gene
Unsley. She was a representative
of the Junior B. T. U. of the Ha
rdwood Baptist church.
Milk Mixture for
A rmtmnt mmAleml diaamnr now bailiff and by
doctor, and hospital .vwywhar. Km pnma
unutuaUr mount ul In tn traaimani 01 .ujm
achulcmeaUMd from inw acid, ltlaaharm-
u preparation M ao rccura tnai in many
urnmrnm thanainaof atomach ulcwa dwappaar al
wat Imnwdiauljr aftar it i. uad. Abo racom
m.ndd for a paina, IndiMtlon and heart
burn du. to hxparaciditr. Suffmwa may now try
thl at noma by obtaininc a bottlaof Lnrin from
th.tr dnmtat. Lurincontaina thliiww diacorry
in th puraat form, Eaty touk.. Juat mix two
bunmnfuli in a W-.lauof milk. CoaUbutlittl
and told under an alaoluta suarantaa it muat
atiafy or monay refunded. . Lurla far aaie by
DRUG STORE v
TRY AND TIE THIS
PHILADELPHIA Try and tic
this for getting a raise:
Most of Philadelphia's 550 liquor
Rtore clerks will blossom out in
new blue neckties with gold let
The CIO State, County & Mu
nicipal Workers announced the
plan in support of a bill in the
Legislature for a $1,380 bBse
For the Month of July
Special Combination Service
FOR ONLY $1.99
Here's what you get:
1. Drain, flush, refill crankcase with Sinclair Opaline
Motor Oil. '' ,
2. Lubricate chassis according to recommendations of your
3. Check transmission and differential, radiator, battery,
tires, lights, windshield wiper, spark plugs. And we'll pre
sent you with the latest Sinclair road map.
We Grease Anything That Rolls
Underwood Sinclair Station
Spaldon Underwood Main Street
Gutierrez-xoncert pianist, Jose
phine Spencer, eminent pianist ac
Many buildings are under erec-
tion. Bishop ana wrs. rui a.
Kern, of Knoxville, Tenn., moved
into their new" home on Littleton
Road today; the C. A. Rauschen
berg family, of Atlanta, are oc
cupying their new home, also on
Littleton Road. Bishop Arthur J.
Moore, of Atlanta, expects to move
into his remodeled residence, form
erly the home of the late Miss
Mattie Kirkpatrick, this week. Dr.
Lud Spivey, president of Southern
College, Lakeland, Fla has pur
chased Winona Cottage, the sum
mer home of the late Dr. George
R. Stuart and family. A hand
some pavilion on the children's
playground is the gift of J. B.
Ivey, of Charlotte and Asheville,
sponsor of the children's play
The Negro Center, under erec
tion for Negro residents of the
asembry is nearing completion
and will be ready for occupancy at
an early date. It was made pos
sible by Contributions of friends
of the assembly and will house the
social and religious activities of
Negroes who are here during the
assembly season. The Rev, Lucius
Pitts, graudate cf Paine College
for Negroes, at Augusta, Ga., is
the pastor and religious director.
IS RIGHT IN
Morning Sales Start At
10:30 A. M.
Evening Sales Start At
7:30 P . M,
Fine Diamonds - Sterling - Antique English Silver - French Serve -LiMoges
Haviland China - Bohemian Ruby Glass - Cappi - Di-Mpnti
Art Pieces - Genuine Minton Antiques - Beautiful Lamps - F i n e
Oriental Rugs - Imported Linens and Laces. A visit to our Gallery
is a trip through wonderland. 1
Located At Massie BuUding Main Street-3 Doors IVom fark Theatre
fcees vile. Art (Gallery
' Cr -. as T7Ati:l I ifior
AUCTIONEER, JOSEPH BENSON
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