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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
By W. CUBTIS EUSS '
Bits of this, that and the other
picked op here, there and yonder.
Verlin Campbell has a lot of
homely wit and humor. The other
day before the Rotary Club he
kept them laughing: He had notes
on his speech, but after getting
started good, he discarded his
notes and "went to town." His inv
The most talked-of subject right
now is daylight saving time. The
only difference under the new time
is that the the sun is an hour later,
iwo nazeiwood business men
have taken a sudden liking to fly
ing. On their first trip they
caught the "fever" and can't seem
to get over the spell.
R. V. Erk owns a Methodist
church in Pennsylvania. There is
no catch to that one. The beauti
ful building was given the town
by an uncle, with the understand
ing that when the congregation
ceased to use it as a church it
would go to the estate. The church
is not in use, as a larger one was
recently built, and the old church,
in excellent state of repair, is in
Mr. Erk's name.
feCOTTS SCRAP BOOK
highly perfumed ten-dollar bilL
He sniffed, and handed it back to
me casnier, saying, "Lay, thati
money is OK, but that odor will I
penetrate my clothes, and would I
call for too much explaining when 1 1
got nome.". me customer was
given 10 odorless ones.
If you see Wayne Corpening
of the county agent's office up a
tree, hanging by his feet, and tak
ing pictures don't call the police
or fire department. He has been
handed a difficult assignment of
getting some farm pictures for
Women should take extreme care
in keeping their money in their
purse from powder and perfume.
The other day a man in a local
department store was handed a
Someone who had more time than
we believe we have, worked out
the following, as a definite ex
ample that the English language
is- really difficult:
If water you freeze is frozen.
Is the maiden you squeeze then
If a thing you break is broken,
Would a thing you take be token?
If the plural of child is children.
Would the plural of wild be wil-
If a number of cows are cattle,
Would a number of bows be battle?
If a person who spends is a spend
Would a person who lends by a
Dr. Tom Stringfield has one of
the most interesting collections of
Cuban pictures made during the
Spanish-American War. Dr. Tom
was in Cuba for six months.
Although the pictures are over
40 years old, they are still good.
with but a few showing signs of
being over two score years old.
One of the most interesting to
the average person, is a group of
naked Cuban children.
Another of Dr. Tom with a long
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Fines Creek News
Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
Rev. Joe Shaekford will conduct
the following services next Sun
day: Spring Creek Methodist
church at 11, Baldwin Chapel,
Meadow Fork at 2:60 and Pine
Grove at 7:15 in the evening.
SPANIARDS FOUND MAHOGA
Records show that at the end of
the Sixteenth century the Spaniards
cut mahogany trees in Jamaica
which were 36 feet in girth.
Even Dairy Cows
Need Vitamin "A"
Cousin Of Morton
The dairy cow also needs Vitamin
"A" just as much as members of
the farm family, says John A. Arey,
(Extension dairy specialist at N. C,
State College. ,
Vitamin "A" is recognized as an
important constituent of livestock
feed, Arey says, adding that this
fact is especially true in the case
of dairy cows because the vitamin
must be fed in order for it to be
present in the milk.
An experiment was begun at
State College in 1930 to determine
the amounts of soybean hay, local
ly grown alfalfa hay and local yel
low dent corn that are necessary
to supplement cottonseed meal and
rulls, so as to provide adequate
Vitamin "A" for young growing
When 20 per cent of the 'ration
consisted of soybean hay and 50
per cent of cottonseed meal and
hulls, enough Vitamin "A" was
supplied to assure good growth.
Soybean hay proved distinctly su
perior to locally grown alfalfa hay.
The soybean usually was of No. 1
quality; the alfalfa had graded No.
and contained grasses. Yellow
dent corn proved so good a
source of the important nutrient as
alfalfa. '. ,: '
In the course of 11 years these
For the Tanksmen
Samuel S. Holmes, Jr., of Army or
dnance wears the new inner helmet,
resembling football headgear, which
goes inside the tin darby for use by
the tank eorpa during battle.
experiments have shown with con
vincing results that cows with
calf, yearling steers and heifers can
be fed large amounts of cottonseed
meal and hulls when sufficient Vita
min "A" is supplied, Arey adds.
While this test was conducted with
beef animals, the results apply with
equal force to dairy cows insofar
as the Vitamin content of the feed
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OPPOSITE POST Of
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For People Who CENTRAL
Those who want their
clothes cleaned and press- Main Street
ed to the nth degree and
want to be sure of get- :' ; ": ' ;
ting the best in Work
manship and attention PhntlP 11
send their clothes to us! """C AAt
MISS DOROTHY VAN NUYS
Popular Sm Frtiseo Outdoor Girt
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FUN WITH CAMELS. THy'R A tJ '
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The woman's missionary meet
ing of Christian Service met at the
home of Mrs. C. B. McCrary on
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. H. C. Green was appointed
treasurer. Miss Bonnie Duckett
presided, due to the illness of the
A number of songs were sung
and after the devotional Mrs. Joe
Shaekford led a discussion of
"Justification by Faith."
After the meeting the members
were served refreshmentsThe
hostess was assisted by Miss Lura
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. W. B. Noland
on August 28th at 8 p. m.
Real Service, see
The Fines Creek Baptist church
will have a decoration day on Sat
urday the 23rd at 2 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Rural Noland, of
Clyde, spent Sunday with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
a. Noland. ,
Jim Clark and Billie Green left
Friday by plane for Newport News,
THE SMOKE OF
SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS
28 LESS NICOTINE
than the average of the 4 other
largejt-ielling cigarettes tested
less than ny of them accord
ing to independent scientific
tests of the smoke itself!
Roy Green left Sunday for New
port News where he has accepted a
Hailie Trantham and twd daugh
ters and their husbands, of Chica
go, are spending several weeks with
friend and relatives on Fines Creek.
Three employees of Grace Lum
ber Mill 'were seriouslv iniurpH
when the truck in which they were
riding plunged off a fifty foot
embankment into Fines Creek last
the men were rushed to the
Haywood County Hosnital for
treatment while the truck in which
they were riding was completely
Singer Sewing Machine
Sales Service Rentals
Hemstitching and Button Holes
Opposite Masonic Temple
THEN THEY SWITCHED TO ROYAL MASTERS
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Barber's Rodc-Applc Filling
JOHNNY SPARKS, Manager 1
Phone 127 At Barber's Orchard
The fourth annual sineinsr con
vention was held last Sunday at the
Salvation Army Citadel in Manl
Spring Gap. ,
Adjutant Cecil Brown and Cap
tain Thelma Colton had charge of
the program which centered around
various choirs and quartets.
After a picnic lunch was served
a special offering was taken which
amounted to $50,000.
Adjutant Brown announced that
next year on the first Sunday in
August the convention would be
held again, as it has been for the
last four years.
contrast to the form of tobacco he
And SOeakinsr of nirturps ' nHnnt
the best collection of pictures on
nature study taken by an amateur,
is the group made by Rosemary
Herman. Not onlv ar the nip.
tures good, but the titles which
Kosemary gave them are as good
if not better than the pictures.
ane certainly is a talented girl.
We Are Now Serving
Pork, Beef, Chicken, Goose
"The Home Of Good Goody
Keep Your Shoes
Soled With Leather
And you will be sold with oar
Invisible Shoe Repairing
CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
Mrs. E. T. Duckett
Next to Western Union
Beer Frosted Mugs
You do not have to tell the world
what your character is. It Deaks
ADMINISTR ATftP'C vrvnrn
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deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
wmie saw deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Wavnesville. North ramlin.
before the 7th day of August, 1942,
or mis notice win be pleaded in bar
of their reenvprv. All
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indebted to said estat will
make immediate payment.
xne tfte 5th day of August, 1941.
W. G. BYERS,
Administrator nf k vtt -
F. W. Miller, deceased.
No; 1095 Aug. T-li-Sl-SJi-Snt
C. E. RAY'S SONS
EVERYTHING FOR THE FAMILY--
YOU CAN PARK SHOP
SAVE WITH US
Glasses Fitted .
CONS V LT
DR. R. KING HARPE
125 Main Street Wells Bldg.
Canton, N. C.
At Henderson's Corner
Corner Main & Church St
Waynesville Gulf Service
TIRE RECAPPING CO.
For Expert -
De Soto, Plymouth a
General Repair i
Phone 98 Way
FOR 18 YEARS
AS THE HO.V
"IVe Serve FOOD, o'
In the basement of the Boyd
Building. Entrance through the
Boyd Furniture Store.
For Quality In
"Everything For The Of fice
We Fill Your
Exactly as your doctor
w .Specializing In
General Repair '
LATHE & PLANER
: ESSO STATIC
Full Sole Factory Method
Ladies Invisible Half Sole
Is now located in Hazelwood at
the Belle Meade Service
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