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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTALNEEE
Now Is the
Time To Buy
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Harry Swayngim, ' Waynes
ville, route 1, operative case,
better. . ' ,
Troy Williams, of Canton, oper
ative case, is improving,
Baby Clarence Edward Smith, of
Hazelwood, medical case, is better,
The condition of Mrs. Annie Mae
Christopher, of Canton, operative
case, is gooa.
Mrs. Glenn Beasley, of Clyde,
route 1, medical case, is improv
Mrs. Weldon Henry, of Lake Ju
naluska, operative case, is better
T. J. Rich, of Maggie, operative
case, is improving.
Miss Julee Overman, of Canton
operative case, -is resting more
W. Clifford Miller, of Waynes
ville, route 2, operative case,
W. H. Burnett, of Enka, medical
case, is resting fairly well.
Mrs. Jody Mann, of Canton
route 1, operative case, is better,
Mrs. Bouge Massie, of Waynes
ville, route 1, medical case, is fair
Master Ralph Miller, of Canton
route 1, operative case, is better.
Baby Ruth Finger, of Waynes
ville, route 1, medical case, is lm
Mrs. H. W
Wood, of Leesburg,
case, is lairly corn-
Baby Gerald David Parker, of
Waynesville, medical case, is bet'
Mrs. Amanda Green, of Clyde,
route 1, medical case, is better,
The condition of Baby Melvin
Jean Franklin, of Waynesville,
route 2, medical case, is fairly well,
W. E. Nichols, of Waynesville,
route 1, operative case, is better.
Miss Dorothy Rathbone, of Clyde,
roue 1, medical case, is improving.
The condition of Reeves Rogers,
of Clyde, route 1, medical case, is
Mrs. Hamilton Akers, of Way
nesville, medical case, is resting
Mrs. Betty Cannon, of Lake
Junaluska, medical case, is improv
ing. Dr. Wall Holcombe, of Atlanta,
medical case, is resting -only fairly
The condition of Miss Beulah
Caldwell, of Waynesville, route 2,
operative case, is good.
Ruth Franklin, of
2, operative case
M. D. Robinson, of Canton, op.
erative case, is resting more com
Miss Bilhe Carver, of Waynes,
vine, route 2, operative case,
Mrs. Dennis Crawford, of Clyde,
muie x, operaiive case, is some
Miss Marietta Gentry, of Can
ton, route 1, operative case, is rest-
Mrs. Lucy Drake, of Canton,
operative case, is some better.
Elizabeth Rose, (colored), Way
uco vine, operative case, is rest
ing more comfortably.
Among those dischanrcrf frnm
tne Haywood County Hospital dur-
mg tne past week were: Master
Billy Howell, Master Richard Hn.
ell, Master Frank James, Jr., Bettv
r.n! g r n . "
"""i aln- biu Karnes, Mrs. Ralph
Webb, Nancy Medford. Master Da la
Medford, Carl Styles. Mrs. Roch.
ene uiu, Willard Clark. M
Uraule Arango. Miss Lnollo " Si"
reion, j. a. Sisk. D. O How
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ard, Miss Arlene Eller, Mrs. Harden
Franklen, .Miss Cornelia Burnett
" rura ournett, Mary Jane
Also Mrs. Floyd Maclcov Mi-
uuiew, a. V. Morrow, Mrs.
W. IE Porter, Mrs. Carroll Press
ley, Mrs. Howard Presslev. M
VT nm-.i .
W. V. Haynes, Mrs. Joe Edwards
and baby, Baby Judith Anne Davis
iiik Menarrey, Miss Helen
Shipman, Mrs. WiUis Warren, Mrs
Rogers Best, Baby Wayne Ray.
Mrs. George Packet and baby.
Mrs. Mable Walker, Mrs. Reeve.
Noland, Mrs. Mark Ferguson, Mrs
M. C. Miller, Mrs. S. H. Bushneilj
Mrs. Jack Woody and baby, Mrs.
Mattie M. Lewis, Mrs. H y.
To Speak To Town
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The man who will direct our
of the Navy Col. Frank Knox, above left, and Miss Harriet Elliott,
bosc of the Consumer Division in
cipal Epeakers who will address
Thursday through Saturday of
annual convention of the North Carolina League of Municipalities.
Mayor J. H. Way is expecting to represent this city at the annual
meeting, largest in the organization's history. -
Allen's Creek News
Mrs. Charles L. Pruett
Mr. and Mrs. George White spent
the week-end visiting relatives in
Ralph Moody, who holds a posi
tion in Washington, is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rube Moody.
Junior Nichols, of Fort Benning,
Ga., was called home because of
the illness of his father.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith, of
Hopewell, Va., spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ar
Pvt. Charlie Curtis, of Fort Jack-
Perry, Miss Nancy Kirkpatrick,
Mrs. Vaughn Rogers, Mrs. Merilyn
Geir, and Master Guy Pruitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Medford, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
son on July 29th.
Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Stretcher, of
Waynesville, announce the birth
of a son on July 31st. '
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pinion, of
waynesville, route 1, announce
the birth of a son on August 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pressley. of
lyde, announce the birth of a
daughter on August the 2nd.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parker, of
Canton, route 2, announce the
birth of a son on August the 4th.
nummary Of Uniform Annua! Budget Estimate Of Haywood County. North Carol:
Debt Service Fund
Hospital Fund ... ...
Old Age Asst. Fund .
Aid To Dep. Children .
Welfare Department .
Special Levy Fund . . .
Current Expense . . . .
Capital Outlay .... .".
Debt Service . .....
Canton Char. Dist. . . .
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD:
Approved by Board of County Commissioners, in regular
GEO. A. BROWN, Jr., Chairman
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naval forces if war comes, Secretary
U. S. civilian, defense, are the prin
city and town officials who gather
next week a Durham for th 33rd
son, spent the week-end with
mother, Mrs. Mary Curtis.
Pvt. Paul Mull, of Fort Jackson,
spent the week-end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mull,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Toy announce
the birth of a daughter, Bonnie
Janet, on July 31st.
Rev. Nando Stevens and Rev.
Manuel Wyatt, who have been hold
ing a revival at the Rocky Branch
church, are going to baptize ap
proximately 20 people Sunday. :
"Uncle" Mack Holder is one of
these. He is 87 years of age as
far as anyone know is the oldest
person in Haywood county ever to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen
children, of Newport News,
visiting Mr. Allen's parents,
and Mrs. Kay Allen.
Mrs. Anna Dee Smith, of New
port News, is visiting Mr, and Mrs.
Robert Moody, of Fort Jackson.
visited his uncle, John Moody, over
Clyde Grasty and Donald Mc-
Clure, of Smokemont, are visiting
relatives in this community.
Mrs. John Allison, of Whittier,
and Mrs. John Evans spent the
week-end with Mrs. H. R. Moody.
Lots of self-made men forget
that their wives bossed the job.
Published in Compliance with Requirements of the "County Fiscal Control Act" Sec. 7 Ch. 146, P. L. 1927
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 1911, AND ENDING JUNE 30, 1942
Estimate of -Revenues
Than Tax Levy
THE HAZELWOOD PRESBYTE
Visitors Always Welcome
Sunday school 10:00 a.'m.
All members and friends are urg
ed to be present at the morning
services counducted by Rev S.
Mnrninc uprvice 11:00 a. m., "He
gave them their Request."
Evening service 8:00 p. m., espe
cially for young, people. "I write
unto you young men because you
You will get a great inspiration
from having heard one of these
The Friendly Bible Class of the
Hazelwood Presbyterian church
will have an outing Thursday even
ing at 7:30. All adults and young
people are cordially invited to meet
at the church, where ample trans
portation will be provided.
The Women's Circle of the .Auxil
i lary of the Hazelwood rresDyte
nan ' church will meet Tuesday
evening, Aungust 12th, at 8:00
o'clock at the home of Mrs. G. C
Summerrow. The Business Worn
en's Circle will meet at the home
of Miss Selma Johnson at the same
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pas
.. .tor.- ."
William Chambers, Jr., superin
tendent of Sunday school.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. (Day
light Saving Time).
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "iCOME AND
Young people's meeting at 7;00
p. m. .
Mid-week prayer service Wednes
day evening at 8:00 o'clock.
a special ieaiure or tne morn
ing service will be Gospel solos by
Mr, joe Kose.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rector, Rev. Raymond E. Mac,
Sunday, August 10, 9th Sunday
8:00 a. m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a. m. church school.
11:00 a. m. morning prayer and
Monday, August 11.
8:00 p. m. Vestry meeting in
Parish House. . . . ; . i
Tuesday, August 12.
3:30 p. m. Auxiliary meeting in
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett, Pastor.
For the Bible study Sunday
morning at 9:45 ' the subject is
"God's Message to Suffering Chris
tians." This study is taken from
the Scriptural passages found in
Estimates of Un
1 Less Col.
Tax Levy to
' Tax Payers'
session. Aurust 4 1941
R. T. BoydCommiasioner
Church At Cove
Creek, 27 Join
A Methodist church has been or
ganized at Cove Creek, with 27
Rev. Odell Brown was appointed
pastor until conference meets.
At a quarterly conference, a
budget of $60 for the remainder of
the year was approved, and $1,100
subscribed toward ,a new church.
The congregation has planted an
acre in beans, with the provision
being made tnat tne proceeds go
into the treasury of the church.
the 1st Epistle of Peter 4:12-9;
At the morning worship at 11:00
the pastor will preach on "Life's
Greatest Picture." The subject
at the evening worship at 8:00
will be, "The Prevailing Gospel.'
Special music by choirs composed of
volunteer Christians will feature
The B. T. U. meets at 7 o'clock
for training and preparation to
serve God better. There are groups
for all. ages. Mid-week prayer
services 'at 8:00 Wednesday night
offer privilege of divine and human
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON-
The subject of the lesson-sermon
at the 11 o'clock morning service
in the American Legion home on
Sunday will be "Spirit." The Gold
en Text will be from Ephesians
5:9, "The fruit of the spirit is in
all goodness of righteousness and
Rev. J. G. Huggin, Jr. Pastor,
The Rev. J., G. Huggin, Jr., who
was unable to fill! the pulpit on
last bunday due to injuries suf.
fered in an accident, will preach at
Dotn the morning and evening ser
vices on Sunday,
FINCH ER'S CHAPEL
Rev. W. H. Neese, of the Crab-
tree Methodist charge, will preach
ounaay evening. August the lOth.
at rincner s Uhapel at 8 o'clock.
The public is invited to attend the
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11
. Hi; E. S. T. "
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8:00
. M., E. S. T.
Bryson City, every Sunday 8:00
. M., E. S. T.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th
Sunday 8:00 A. M., E. S. T. .
Highlands, every Sunday 11:00
A M E, S, T , . 'ft
Andrews, every 1st Sunday 8:00
, M., E. S. T.
Murphy, every 5th Sunday 7:00
, M. C. S. T. . -
(Col. 3 plus Col
4) Total Amount
Of Tax Levy
Aatidote Tor 7$
a Goldsboro w0ml ,TV
the howW ,
Keeps water Mm, ,
Shuts off when wate I
ea oy lurnace or i
Starts when fui
No coal dirt
No soot or ashes
No wicks to dean
Average family coj
per month to ran
" ijow cost for rati!
office or tourist cott
Can have variable i
for greater economjj
Saves fireman's '
Frees for using tind
Based on data fromi
by Massachusetts lm
Church Street : Phonl
Waynesville, N. C,
" C firm.
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