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THE WAYNES VLLLE MOUNTAINEER
wag" one afternoon and it moved
me deeply; several times I had to
wipe the tears from my eyes. The
adjustments and problems that
faced the South during the recon
struction period immediately fol
lowing the War Between the
States when Lee'a tattered
the week-end of the 4th in Miss
Moore's cabin. Miss Brock is edu
cational director of radio station
WATL in Atlanta. Miss Moore
was, until this year, principal of
Girls' high school. Recently a
dinner party was given Miss Moore
at the Piedmont Driving Club in
Atlanta by the faculty of Girls
high. Several pieces of silver were
given to her as a token of love
and appreciation for her work at
Girls high school.
Beverage; "Christian Literature in
Foreign Fields," Mrs. Clifton Ter
rell.. Other short talks and music fea
tured the day. At noon the ladies
were served a favorite dish 'for
Mrs. W. P. Whitesides.
"A Good Farmer Abroad Helps
World Security," Mrs. Welch Sing
Members were given bundles to
sew for the Red Cross. After the
business session delicious refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. L A. McLain.
Y ? am
The Bethel womens society of
Christian Service observed its an
nual "Week of Prayer" with an
all-day service at the home of the
pastor, Mr. J. W. Blitch, Tuesday,
October 14. Mrs. Blitch was in
charge of the worship service and
talks were made dealing with the
four projects, the self-denial offer
ing goes to. They were as fol
lows. "Brewster Memorial Hos
pital for the Colored, at Jackon,
Fla.," Mrs. W. P. Whitesides. "The
Retired Deaconesses' Fund," Mrs.
H. H. Garner.
turned their faces homeward, were
The womens' society of Chris
tian Service of the Bethel Meth
odist church met with Mi' Stella
Hyatt, Wednesday 8th, in Canton,
with Mrs. Paul Hyatt presiding.
Mrs. Hugh Terrell was in charge
of the following program:
Devotional, led by Mrs. J. W.
Talks: "The Migrants' Our
Neighbor," Mrs. Horace Peek.
Farm Youths Are Industrious,"
k kL established
rKnbt'8 store. When
made very real to me. Mr. Hor
ton has a depth of understanding
and feeling for this time in South
There will be an old-fashioned
singing held at the Bethel Baptist
church Sunday, Oct. 18, at i o'clock.
Everyone is invited to attend and
especially those using the old
"Christian Harmony" books. Please
bring your books with you.
READ THE ADS IT PATS
FTto notify heaaquari
(J V anight is cluef
ern history when "the old order
changeth. yielding nlace to new"
that is uncanny; it was a painful
Charles Fox said that restora
tions were the most bloody of all
revolutions; and he might have ad
ded that reformations are the best
mode ot, preventing the necessity
ana trying time as it always ia
after any war.
0 E. Hortonand Oxe Hor-0-
for amu" 7. .,
Miss Mary Moore and Miss Para
Lee Brock, of Atlanta, Ga., spent
of either. -Colton,
I "Medical Missions, Mrs. Joe
OCTOBER 16, 1941
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. j thfiir home in
fBeach, Flatter spend
ferl weens i
and . .
J fnr their win-
abin Buu iw - -
me in Daytona Beach, Fla.,
ending the summer here.
entons will stop over a few
Jacksonville, r ia., wu
uccessful two-wk revival
j... W the Rev. Nando
L and his assistant, the
Bryson, miueu. iyxiuu"i
toward, Mrs. Sidney Ruskin
enderson Jones motored t6
iee last week.
Ls Ganyard, of Miami Beach,
.pent several days last weeK
cabin at Balsam Heights.
Appointment of Lend-Lease Admin
istrator Edward R. Stettinlus, Jr,
M a Presidential assistant ia seen
aa a move to slash red tape in speed
ing war-aid deliveries. Stettlnius
will now have power to sign the
resident's name to allocations not
exceeding $300,000,000 each.
Delia Kenny and the late John
Kenny, was married to Gordon
Smathers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rufus Smathers, Sunday at Clay
ton, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rog
ers, recently newlyweds," accom
panied them. Mr. and Mrs. Smath
ers will live with Mr. Smathers'
parents for the present.
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rents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
and Mrs. ' Frank Turner
ttoir cabin for the summer
returned to Orlando, Fla.,
they will spend the win-
and Mrs. W. B. Wentz and
bother, Mrs. F. P. Earney,
Charlotte, spent the week-
;th Miss Clara Wentz who
summer cabin here.
Jackson County Home Dem-
tion Club held their meeting
riday at the home of Mrs.
Coward where a demonstra-
as given by Miss Margaret
m on how to save labor when
kind ironing. Eight mem-
lere present. The next meet-
be held the second Friday
ovember at Mrs, George
it's home. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parson,
who own and manage the lodge,
left Sunday morning for Miami,
Ha. Miss Kdna Smathers and
her mother, Mrs. Elisha Smathers,
have moved into the lodge for the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Middleton and
familv have moved into the Bal
sam Hotel where they will look
li . 1 1- 1 ..... . w. . 1 V. n .aril
alter inc prupeity uuuii me wii
ter months. .
Mrs. Alberta Monteith, Mrs.
Sarah Crawford and Cornelius
Deitz. teachers in the Balsam
school, attended the, meeting of the
Western North Carolina teacners
association last Friday in Ashe-ville.
b Kenny, daughter of Mrs.
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This summer an old paper of
The Salisbury Herald, dated. Janu
ary 3. 1894. fell into my hands
Two short items attracted my at
tention. Thev were:
1. A bill to prohibit the running
of railroad trains, freight, pas
sengers, or even mail, in South
Carolina on Sunday has been intro
duced in the Legislature of that
2. There is trouble ahead for
Gov. Lewelling of Kansas. He has
removed Mrs. Lease from office
which she held. When she throws
her mouth wide open and empties
nn him the avalanche of robust
English she is piling up for him
he will wish he was a tramp again
Oze Horton. son of Mrs. 0. E
Hortori and the late O. E. Horton,
f Atlanta and Balsam, has just
copyrighted his first play.
Mr. Hnrton was graduated from
t.ViB TTnivprsihv of Georeria and took
post graduate work in English at
Vanderbilt University. inis is
Viia first effort.
The play is beautifully written
in blank verse. I read "Hcaua
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that drive them, for four U.S.
battleships launched recently.
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norh h,gh altitudes untU
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