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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
' A L s a n
i. cjr Dunn. Day
M . .nendin
thM Jones eabin.
:. on Raccett. Day-
hJ Mrs. d. Mb.n
J'.". .nmmer here
.penmng. -t. . uome thi8
. nfr ThomDBOn.
U Beach, .Fla, have. mved
cabin wiut" -,-..
, ! Rnv Robertson,
LBeach, Fla., recently stop
r ii wo n route to
L from io-'uu"lu
Rev. Nando Steven, of Sau-
i i.:. .e.Ufnnt. the Rev.
Wyatt, of Allen's Creek,
Mist churcn ior over wee.
L n. .itoo i-iw-pnt.lv elect.
rv the Baptist church here
0 E. Horton, Mrs. Fred
Mrs Sidney Ruskin and
orton drove to Cataloochhe
Sunday where they enjoyed
The Mountaineer held
iouse" last week they really
us the "internal wdrkm s
ewspaper. Macninery usu-
res me to death lor 1 know
about it, but the tour
the plant ws made so
rig that I found myself en-
ti the "atmosphere" at The
ineer ..'for everyone who
at The Mountaineer seemed
if having a part in the print-
the paper. And they have
to be proud lor it is an
and efficient establishment
'ouldn't be like that without
deal of eff ort and thought
kyou for such an instruc
id pleasant time last week
"open house. V The party
S.", Christy wrote from
Spring, Va., where she is
the winter with her
kr that she enjoyed reading
Mountaineer about the Hay-
tunty fair with its wonder
CE OP SALE UNDER -
DEED OF TRUST
and by virtue of authority
ltd in a certain deed of trust
by George W, Williams
e, to The Citizens National
ft Raleigh, N. C, Trustee,
10th day of May, 1928, re
in Book 20, Page 179, Mfig-
Haywood County, North
default having been made
tayment of the indebtedness
thereby, the undersigned
ioner of Banks, under and
f e of authority contained in
87, Public Laws of 1939,
er for sale, at public auc-
cash, in front of the Hay-
ounty courthouse door on
October 27th, 1941, at
clock noon, all that certain
larcel or tract of land, ly-
l wing m the Smoky Cove,
ick's Creek on the East Fork
ton River, in Pieeon town-
paywood County. State of
Carolina, described and de-
fmng the lands of Baxter
nd Beri Terrell and more
ar!y described as follows:
N1NG on a hickory below
Fge rocks, said hickory be-
"mer of Baxter Blaylock's
standing north 8 degrees
Poles from an old Spanish
lrner, and runs south 77
est 6 poles to a hickory,
"ell's corner : thence with
'.line north 86 decrees
to a stake on top of the
thence south 68 degrees
wes to a stake; then north
swest 18 poles to a stake
P top of Well's mountain;
f, 68 degrees west 8 poles
Tom Well's and Ben
' eonierj then south 43
est 20 nolo otoVa-
Well's line south 85 de-
ft 55 poles to a stake;
fh 59 degrees 30 minutes
roes to a stake; then east
P to a stake: thm nonth
rs 20 mimifoa Ana OA
I Statu. II .i -
i. -7v, men soum 02 Ge-
f minutes east 25.52 pol
Queen of Milkmaids
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w.'.wimfo.iniiimmn i i mt-amsmr
Pictured. in action, Mrs. Darwin R.
Williams, 23, of Clark, Neb, won
the married-milkmaids champion
ship at the Los Angeles County
Fair in Pomona, Cal. She drew 4.5
pounds of milk from Rock Rosa
Tina, blue ribbon shorthorn.
f ul cattle and horses. She said that
Washington county held their fair
at the sahie time and that her
luncheon set got the blue ribbon
in the fancy work exhibit. Mrs
Christy is the mother of Norman
Christy, our postmaser. She spends
her summers at Balsam where she
maintains a summer home.
Dorothy Bryson, freshman at
Berea college, Kentucky, writes
that she is fond of her teachers and
her work at the school.
n the road then with
1, uau wen wiku
j "orth 61 degrees east 6.4
stake; then north 60
minutaa a nn 1
jjt ---3 ct poies
r8- wen north 2 degrees
, - . w an 01 a apamsn
irtt J ohn Keylock's line;
'ful bidder' will be re
' the ti ii
I tH. dePosit of 10 per
a "ipiunce inere-
mm no resale is
the 20th day of Sep-
Mrs. W, L. Hardin, Mrs. Arthur
Meade, Mrs. Will Hardin, of Salis
bury, sister of Mrs. Hardin and
Mrs. Gertrude Ruskin motored to
Andrews recently where they had
lunch in the shadow of a century
old Inri and where Mrs. Hardin
and her sister spent part of their
childhood. The Inn was a noted
hostelry between Murphy and
Asheville before and during the
War Between the States.
The Inn is about a mile below
the former cabin home of Chief
Junaluska in Valleytown and near
Andrews. While enjoying our
lunch on the lawn in front of the
Inn we heard an interesting story
about the Chief. It seems the In
dians in the battle or Horseshore
Bend were going across the river
in Canoes to attack the women
and" children as the soldiers were on
ahead. Junaluska heard of this
and under cover of night swam the
river with a dagger in his mouth
and cut the canoes loose, thus sav
ing the lives of the women and
Later when they were moving
the Indians into Indian, Territory
Chief Junaluska refused to go. Then
they wrote Andrew Jackson in
Washington and told him that the
old Chief refused to leave his home,
Andrew Jackson wrote back and
said that Chief Junaluska had
fought with him at Horseshoe Bend
and that he could live and die
where he damned pleased!
Miss Grace Bingham, one of our
best beloved members of the Bal
lough Hills summer colony, passed
away last Wednesday at the Hay
wood County Hospital after only
a lew hours sickness.
Miss Bingham and her niece,
Miss Lilian Bingham, who has
been living with her aunt for a
number of years, were spending
their summer at Balsam in a cozy
cabin which Miss Grace designed
Miss Grace's brother, Colonel
C. M. Bingham, was the first sum
mer resident at Balsam to own
and occupy a log cabin in Ballough
Hills, outside of the Ballough
When Miss Grace was a young
girl, her parents moved from
Millburnr I1L, to - Daytona Beach,
Fla., where her father, the Rev.
Charles M. Bingham was pastor of
the First Congregational church,
This church was the first church of
any denomination at Daytona
Beach and her father was pastor
for 23 years. Miss Grace was an
active member of her father's
church serving as historian and
keeping, a scrap book of the
church's activities. She was also
a member of the Star Gazer's club
and the Palmetto club at Daytona
An interesting sidelight of the
Bingham family was that one
branch were followers of Brigham
Rufus Shehan has bought the
Frank Campbell property in Dell-
Young. They went with him to
Salt Lake City, Utah, where he
establish the Mormon church and
named a canyon there for the
Mrs. Geo. A. Isley drove over
from Raleigh to be with her sister,
Miss Lillian Bingham during their
bereavement. She left Sunday
for Raleigh, but a friend from Day.
tona Beach, Miss Mary Harry, ar
rived to heln Miss Lillian rlono th
cabin and drive back to Daytona
tseacn with her Wednesday fo rthe
funeral service of her beloved
aunt, Miss Grace Bingham.
wood. He has made extensive
improvements and expects to more
into his new home soon.
The Dellwood Home Demonstra
tion Club met with Mrs. Newell on
Thursday afternoon. A local flow
er show was the feature of the
afternoon meeting with Mrs. Rena
Henry winning first prize by pop
ular vote. Mrs. J, A. Singleton
and Mrs. W. Whidden were given
Mrs. Ellis, of Brookside Trail
ers, joined the group , as a new
The next meeting will be held
in December at the home of Mrs.
Julia Moody and will be an all
Mrs. Minnie Woody visited her
aunt, Mrs. Cumi Burgin, last week.
The women of the community
are asked to meet at the Dellwood
Baptist church on Sunday after
noon for the purpose of organizing
a Women's Missionary Union.
Visitors are expected from Way
hesville and Canton to help with
the organization and all women
interested in this work are urged
to be present ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson
have returned home after spend
ing the summer in New Jersey.
Mr. Ferguson now holds a posi
tion with the Farmers Federation.
Amos Moody, who recently broke
his arm, is reported to be resting
fairly well at his home.
The Waynesville district of the
Haywood Baptist Association has
announced plans for a Sunday
School Training course for officers
and teachers for the week of Octo
ber the 13th through the 17th,
according to Earl Messer, superin
tendent of the First Baptist
church of Waynesville, where the
classes are to be held.
' Two courses are - to be offered,
one, "Building a Standard Sunday
School", to be taught by Rev.
Frank Leatherwood; another,
"When Do Teachers Teach",- by
Rev. H. G. Hammett, pastor of the
First Baptist church.
The classes in the two courses
will be held each night at 7:80
from i Monday through Friday.
Those in charge are urging that
all the churches in the district
end their Sundav school officers
' and teachers, so that their schools
may reach the required standard.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Nuckols, of
Hendersonville, have announced the
birth of a son on October the 3rd
at the Mountain Home Sanitorium.
Mrs. Nuckols was the former Miss
Minnie Calhoun, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Calhoun, of Waynes-
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED
ITORS Havinir Qualified as the execu
tors of the Estate of Minnie S.
Ray, deceased, late of Haywood
County, North Carolina, this is to
nnt.ifv nil nersons havine claims
against the Estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to tne undersign
ed at Waynesville, on or before the
18th day of September, 1942, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate please make
This the 18th day of September,
KATHERINE RAY ATKINS,
J. W. RAY, .
Executors of the Estate of Minnie
No Interest Charge
No Carrying Charges
Make Your Own Terms
No Red Tape
Next To Western Union
( Press Up N0W--0n Credit p
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""ssioner of Banks.
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