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St. John s School To
Onen Monday. Sent!
St. John's School, in all depart
ments, will open Monday, Septem
ber 1. The academic year will
last nine months till the first week
in June. Registrations for the
coming term are under way at the
St John's School is conducted
by the Sisters of St. Francis, with
headquarters at Milwaukee, Wis.
High school courses are given in
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religion, English, Latin, French,
Spanish, history, sociology, alge
bra, geometry, biology, general
science, business science, domestic
science, art, speech, music, phy
The grammar school embraces
a standard course of seven years
in conformity with other schools
in this vicinity. J
The purpose of the kindergarten
is to develop the personality of the
child. To this end there are courses
in music, drama, art, dancing,
voice training, and etiquette. Ac
tivities will include games and
outdoor recreation. Admission to
the' kindergarten is open to chil
dren four and five years of age.
The department of music offers
courses in piano, violin, cornet,
clarinet, saxophone, and trom
bone. In addition to a thorough
understanding of music in its esth
etic historical, and theoretical as
pects, the department aims to
ground the student in the scientific
principles of instrumental tech
nique. Poise and self control are
developed through student recit
als, training in accompaniment
and ensemble playing.
Arrangements can be made for a
limited amount of private tutoring
in grammar school, high school, or
college courses. . ,
f The physical plot of St. John's
School -represents ap investment Of
$50,000. The grounds have just
been new.ly landscaped. The build
ing is modern in every educational
and hygienic detail.
The laboratory science facilities
are sufficiently ample to insure in
dividual work. The apparatus is
of the improved type' and is con
stantly being augmented.
A library of general literature
and reference works is accessible
to the students at all times. A
school auditorium : has recently
been completed with a seating ca
pacity of 250.
Featured on St. John's campus
is a 66x120 foot concrete play
ground surrounded by chainlike
fence with provisions made for the
following sports; tennis, basket
ball, volley ball, hand ball, touch
football, roller skating, (in winter)
ice skating, shuffle board, other
recreational activities included:
golf, boating, swimming, fishing,
niking, mountain climbing, motor
ing, croquet, law bowling, bad
minton, archery, darts, ping pong,
quoits, and other games of low
The high school department of
St. John's School will again offer
a limited number of honor tuition
scholarships this year. The schol
arships are offered for one year
to incoming freshmen, but are re
newable for the succeeding years,
if a satisfactory record of con
duct and studies is maintained.
HAZEL WOOD PRESBYTERIAN
S. R. Crockett, Pastor,
Sunday school 10:00 a. m.
Church services 11:00 a. m.
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Grade Mothers Of
Duff PTA Named
J. Colvin Brown, Jr.
Chosen To Attend
State Boys' Meet
Decoration Day Set
For August 30th At
Maple Grove Church
Decoration day at the Maple
Grove chusch on the Dellwood road
will be held Saturday, August 30.
Workers are asked to be on hand
to start at seven o'clock, bringing
tools with them. A picnic dinner
will be served at the noon hour to
the workers. ','
And get your share of these
1. LOOSE LEAF NOTE
2. HIGH QUALITY
'3. MEMO PADS
4. COLORED PENCILS
5. PENS and INK ,
7. PENCIL LEADS
8. PASTES and GLUES
9. LUNCH KITS
10. HIGH GRADE PEN
11. SCHOOL BAGS
14. PENCIL SHARP-NERS
Come In and See Our Complete line of School Supplies
Stovall's 5 & 10
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett. Pastor.
"God's Better Covenant," is the
subject for Bible study Sunday
morning at 9:45. The Scripture les
son is taken from Hebrews 9:11-22.
At the morning worship at 11:00
the pastor's theme will 1 "Spirit
ual Discernment.'' The evening
hour of worship will be given to
and old-fashioned Gospel song ser
vice and observance' of the ordi
nance of baptism. The pastor will
speak briefly on "Righteousness
Fulfilled." The senior and young
choirs will participate in this
Other opportunities for prepar
ation and training include the B. T.
U.," which meets Sunday evening
at 7:00. Prayer services at 8:00
p. m. on Wednesday afford tljs priv
fellowship, prayer and
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. J. G. Huggin, Jr. Pastor.
The pastor will preaeh at both
services-Sunday, using for his ser
mon subject in the morning: "The
Art of Making Goodness Attrac
tive." In the evening he will speak
on: "The Divine Call."
The church school meets at 9:45
m., the moring worship begins
at 11:00 o'clock. The young peo
ple meet in the evning at 7:15, and
the evening service begins at 8:00
WAYNES VTLLE PRESBYTERI-
Rev. Malcolm R. Williams, Pastor.
William Chambers, Jr., superin
tendent of Sunday school.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "Be of Good
Young people's meeting at 7:00
Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, every Sunday 11 :00
A. M., E. S. T.
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday 8:00
A. M..-E. S. T.
Bryson City, every Sunday 8:00
A. 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.
Andrews, every 1st Sunday 8:00
A. M., E. S. T.
Murphy, every 5th Sunday T:00
A. M. C. S. T.
J. Colvin Brown, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown, has
been chosen to represent Haywood
county Dost Number 47 of the'
American Legion in Tar Heel Boy s
State from August 17 through 21st.
The meetings are being held in the
Institute of Government building
at the State University in Chapel
The campus has been turned
over to the 'boys to govern for a
week. A representative to the
meeting must be either a junior or
senior in high school and can be
chosen for but one season for at
Young Brown will be a junior this
year. He has served inis class as
secretary for two years, has been
member of the student govern
ment council; member of Troop Two
Boy Scouts; has been active mem
ber of the high school band since
it was organized; is active mem
ber of church; interested in his
tory, literature, music, swimming
and tennis. He is a member of the
AH State Son's Legion Band which
will aid in entertainments.
The first meeting of the Parent
Teachers' Association of .the Crabtree-Iron
Duff school will be held
this evening at 8:30 in the audito
rium of the school All parents
are urged to attend.
The following have been selected
to serve as grade mothers for the
Mrs. Cash Medford, 1st grade;
Mrs. Louise Boyd is the teacher.
Mrs. Wallace McCracken as grade
mother of Mrs. Cleo Rogers' 1st
grade. Mrs. G. B, Jolley, 2nd
grade; Mrs. Grady Noland, 2nd
grade; Mrs. C. T. Ferguson, 3rd
grade, Mrs. George Best, 3rd grade;
Mrs. Wayne McElroy, 4th grade;
Mrs. J. M. McClure, 4th grade;
Walter McCracken, 6th.
Mrs. L. O. Ferguson, 7th; Mrs.
C. A. Dotson, 8th; Mrs. M. B. Rog
ers, 9th; Mrs. Frank Medford, 10th,
and Mrs. H. R. Bryson, the
Fifth Annual Mozart Fete
To Attract Music Lovers
I Mrs. R. N. Barber, Jr, Ap
J jointedrAs One Ojf the State
Featuring' a number. of musical
artists of national fame, the fifth
annual Mozart festival will be held
in Aaheville beginning Thursday
evening the 28th and closing Sun
day afternoon, according to Mrs.
Richard I.. Barber, Jr., sponsor
for the Waynesville area.
The concert on Thursday and
Friday evening will be given in the
David Millard auditorium; on Fri
day afternoon and Saturday even
ing at "Homewood," ( residence of
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Carroll; and
the closing memorial concert will
be presented at Trinity Episcopal
church. - . "
Modeled after the famous Mo
zart celebration held in Salzburg,
Germany, the Aaheville festival has
claimed national attention among
11th I Mozart enthusiasts and music lov
ers in all sections of the United
Be Held SenwT.
The program will Li. J
and continue throuehX1!
With a n cni. " "
hour. ' ,uaet
The 1941 festival ,
director of Ann Harbor fi
in 1937 by Mr. JohnT
late Mrs. W. H.Davi. a2
attracting each yew
thtohgs 'of music lovea
scenic mountain regioa.
To Be Auctioned 23rd .
The property of the R. Q. Mc
Cracken estate on Main street will
be offered at auction here Satur
day at ten o'clock, by order of the
court with T. L. Green as trustee
and R. A. Patton, auctioneer.
The sale will include household
and kitchen furniture as well as
the property. : :
Willis Property to
Be Auctioned Saturday
A number of lots on Welch
street of the Willis estate will be:
offered at auction Saturday at two
o'clock by J. R, Morgan, executor
of the estate, with R. A. Patton,
auctioneer in charge of sales.
Other nearby property of the es
tate will also be offered.
VALUABLE LAND AT
u u vuy
2 p. r.i.
Vacant lots between Welch Street and new alley
street. Also pasture lot on Welch Street. Property
Mrs. Willis Estate.
1-3 Cash, Balance In
i' J :
J. R. MORGAN,
Conducted Under Management
R. A. PATTON
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
ELLEN B. SETZER
The defendant, Ernest Setzer,
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commenced
in the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, to secure
an absolute divorce from the de
fendant on ground of two years
separation; that the said defend'
ant will further take notice that
he is required to appear at the of
fice of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of said County and State in
the courthouse in Waynesville, N.
C, within TWENTY (20) days
after the 25th day of September,
1941, and answer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said
This the 22 day of August, 1941,
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk Superior Court of Hay
wood County, North Carolina.
No. 1101 Aug. 21-28-Sept. 4-11
OPENING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st
St. JOHN'S SCHOOL
For Pupils from 1st throuugh 10th Grades
also KINDERGARTEN and MUSIC DEPARTMENT
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
Having qualified as adminstratrix
of the Estate of Mary L. MichaL
deceased, late of the County and
State aforesaid, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the Estate of the said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at the office of Du Bose and Orr,
Legal Bldg., Asheville, N. C on
r before the 7th day of August,
1942, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said Estate will
please make immediate payment
This the 1st day of August, 1941.
MARTHR WOOD, M. D.
Administratrix of the Estate of
Mary L. MichaL deceased.
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Grammar School Day Pupils . $ 5.00 per month
High School Day Pupils ... , . , 7.00 per month
ah Koarding Fupils . . ......
Kindergarten . .. .. .
Music Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . .
35.00 per month
5.00 per montr
1.00 per week
In Piano, Violin, Cornet, Clarinet, Saxophone,
Further Information I
Can be obtained from Rv- f
Cordea, Principal, St Johns
Phone 177. 0y
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