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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Home Club Meets
The December home deroonstra
Gon club meeting wu held at the
home of Mrs. W. H. McCracken,
with Mrs. Wayne Rogers and Mrs.
Albert McCracken as co-hostesses.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith, home
demonstration agent, gave a de
monstration an suggestions for
Christmas gifts, Christmas decora
tions and the redaction of the
The following officers were elect
ed: president, Mrs. Ed Jaynes;
lice president, Mrs. Grover Leath
erwood; secretary -treasurer, Mrs.
- sara McJSlray; song leader, Mrs.
Albert McCracken, and reporter,
Mrs. R. C. Long. Project leaders
selected were: Food and nutri
tion, Mrs. Carl Medford; food con
serration, Mrs. Grover Leather
wood; dothmg, Mrs. W. H. Mc
Cracken; home furnishing and
home management, Mrs. Wayne
ttogera; home beautification, Mrs.
Albert McCracken; home gardens,
Mrs. Garrett Reeves; home poultry,
Mrs. Glenn Terrell; home dairy,
Mrs. Will Medford; parent educa
tion, Mrs, uoionel Medford; handi
craft, Mrs. R. C. Long.
National defense was the project
decided on for the following year
and Miss Smith asked the mem
fcers to save -stamM. naner. tin.
rags, oM stocUnga and scrap iron.
The club planned to aak the teach
ers in the public school to see that
the pupils wrote on both sides of
paper to hep in the program of
G. G. Blartkenship, of Enka, op
erative case, is better. i
Baby Loses 'Adult Appendix'
Dennis Stamey, of Canton, route
2, operative ease, is improving.:
Mrs. Margaret Packett, of Mt.
Sterling, medical case, is resting
Toddie Howell, of Canton, medi
cal case, is better. i
The condition of Mrs. Margie i
Heatherly, of Canton, route 1. '
medical case, is good.
Mrs. M,' R. Freeman, of Canton.
medical case, is improving.
Mrs. Carl Benfield. of Canton.
operative case, is good.
Mrs. D. K. Henderson, of Clyde, 1
operative case, , is
Russell Warren, of Waynesville,
route 2, medical case, is better.
Mrs. P. Gay Attended
Brother's Funeral Held
Fn Newport, Tennessee
Mrs. S. P. Gay has returned
from Newport, Tenn., where she
attpndmt thn fnnnrnl nf her brother.
the late Fred Bowers, who died on
Tuesday of last week in the But-
Funeral services were conducted
at Fnwlpr'a Clrnv Methodist
church, near Newport, on Friday
and "burial was in the family clot
at the cemetery nearby. Mr. Bow
ers is survived by his wife and
daughter and four sisters. ,
Fines Creek News
By Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
The teachers of the Fines fVeelr
I school have been auite busv latelv.
I planning their plays and programs
i ior tne vnnstmas season.
living Too Fast
We often wonder, when a wild
driver sooms from behind in the
upper TO's, just what the driver
plans to do with the few minutes
he may gain by risking his life.
But the sad, although under
standable, fact is that an increas
ing number of them don't get
wjiere tney started.
Among those dischareed from
the Haywood County Hospital dur
mg tne past week were the follow
in?: Mrs. Hnwnr.l S,nfnrj f ..
TIT SI fl . I
vr. uumer itnodarmer, Mrs. Glenn
Five-month-old Sandra Is shown with her mother, Mrs. Joseph A.
Mitchell, in Osteopathic Hospital, Philadelphia, convalescing from an
appendectomy. Surgeons who performed the operation said little
Sandra had an adult appendix, which they described as "phenomenal"
for a child of her age.
Arrangements have been made
to havu the annual Christmas tree
in the Fines Creek school Friday,
" .mnla Tantrrtt lfrtcs 'gue;ts move there is
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Hampton and baby, Mrs. Frank m ll. it m i ll?J? '
Wilson and babv. Bahv Gtnn ITont i I II 1 .IiriKliTIMK I Mrllti K i
Mr. v.- x:'l m' 7- Vt "V" j Various stranee fieures mav be
The Rev. Mr. Garrison, who ac
cepted the pastorial charge on
Fines Creek left durincr last week
for his home in Virginia. The Rev.
Mr, Harbin arrived Fndav even.
mer to take chare-e of the Fine
I Creek Methodist circuit. He was
a sound of accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. W. L.
Heads British Army
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,ncnes are thick! 71
Colonial days i
rather scarce H
"g candles. tj 'or
Head of Britain's home forces, Gen.
Sir- Alan Rrnoka was annotated to
succeed Sir John Dill, retiring, as
tiniel oi tne tsrmsn imperial Army
General Staff. He is known as a
wizard in the field of mechanical
Star Of the East
TM custom the 1
i nese cnu "1
jnd less greasy than
from tnll m, lnan MoJ
rreen. and .." J
tinguished.th L SS
sweet and ... "7uuln8odtJ
----- Kungem as in(, .
In the event that Kwt J
tomake their own
lne Derr es witd . J
boil for an K. .lth.H
the top but it is c Sa
leaves nn 1. . . c" Km
should be heated
: tanaie mods TmJ
omi ui uie cusi, uiai long ago " use mem, if not fj
I Brought wise men on their way! asten several wickj toiW
'Where, angels singing toiand fro, wood. which can be dipDeri iJ
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knxiviiii. I nuitiuiia. ine lames oi ine f ines oove mai synan nui aiar uiameier. Each w
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uvwn tne center you migm ar- trees cnurcn naa supper prepared inou sninest out, tonight, O Star! "na oecome hard hrf,
Mrs. James Rich. Master Mewtnn
Cody, Lewis Queen. Mrs . Sonhia To the homemakcr who is uw.
Cowan, L. V. Putman, Mrs. How-' 'ei about the expense of Christ
ard Hall and baby, Mrs. Joe Set- mas" decorations, here are a few
zer, Norman Early and baby. new and inexpensive ways of add
Also Mrs. Gold Fish, Mrs. Hun originality to the Christmas
ter Horsham, Mrs. C. I). Love- table":
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rMTIfre 'a rrkur tf nunHloa nf j4if?Aront nt the mtrannaffa frw thai nMW;..nt ' Din? n crn in on J n. .
heights. '.Star of the East, the night were continue until tK I5?.'
eel. , t. t
made from f mils, nuts and Vnm u ,V'eAe .,wl", 06 a ..me"u?S But for the tender grace
drops. A large prune stuffed with S t,,: , "! i That with thy glory comes to cheer
a marshmallow, with a raisin for a at v.o.y T Vafa. X' '.' arth s loneliest, darkest place,
head and almonds for feet, makes 1 supervisor and Miss M. Catherine w b-vf.that, ty wesee
a penguin, : I Winston. H sunervisor fr Zt . Where there hope for all and me,
An attractive Santa may be Farm Security Administration,
made from an aon e. Use a hie- will K t. j- . , . '
w uiscuss pians in
led apple for the b dy, a marsh- establishing a milk route in the
mallow for the head, and cloves for ; Cove seetinn nf it,', ri. rm.
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eyes and nose. Two skewers can will also discuss other plans on
be used for legs, which are cov-1 surplus farm produce, and all
rei with cotton batting. Cotton ! who are interested in selling milk
is also used for a belt, whiskers. I and farm nrrJn v, :
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lace and baby, Mrs. Connie Muse.
Miss Jennie Mae Ledforn Mn
Tommy Moore and baby, Miss Bon
nie Sue Justice. Miss Edna Rlan.
ton, Mrs. Clark Hill, Mrs. Howard
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lUte North CarolUia'a rerrd fnr i Birchfield anH hhv M
the first ten months of this year: ton Akers, T. R. Burnett, General
1001 fatal accidents on the high- Lee Parks, Jim Sheehan, Mrs. Otis
ways, as compared with 738 for the Stepp, Monroe Norris. Hardy
like period in 1940! , Carver, Miss Edith Deaver, R. H.
ThiW inrrrtnm )R . -a. MnflfAtr fvc T j h r..n
uw.v boub - ucvuaiu iuuii ana
compares not at all favorably with 1 baby, Mrs. Arthur Scroogs and
the national increase of approxi-' baby,
nately 18 per cent! I Births
in words of one syllable we try Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mull, of
to live too fast. If u tnnU
learn to Uva by the way as we
journey through life, we might
find every motor trip a delight in
stead of t hair-raising speed test
Canton, route 1.
birth of a daughter on December
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warner, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
son on December 2nd.
Try red or blue cellophane over
a white table cloth. Cellophane
will not discolor the cloth as will
.-.me colored papers.
Paste various sized stars to the
white cloth. Or, paste cutouts of
Santa, reindeer, candles, holly
i5 vays. etc. :
Use a ribbon of gold or silver
r'apev down the center of the table.
When an uneven numher nf
1 guests are to be seated at tho takla
. . J" ""- is
j ""si connne ine evergreen '
and floral arrangement tn one end .
of the table, farther at the other,
with the guests seated at the sides.
imagine the charm added by sew
ing a few tiny bells along the
hem of the cloth so that when the
hair and for covering: short pieces
of wire inserted as arms. A little
red cap is made from pieces of
tissue paper secured to the marsh-
mallow with a pin. A third skewer
year are urged to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Manf ord Fisher and
two children. Carol and Virina
Ann, left for Newport News last
Star of the East, show us the way
In wisdom undefiled . '
To seek that manger out and lay
Our gifts before the Child-
To bring our hearts and after them
Unto our King in Bethlehem 1
FACE THE FACT
' fRaltimnro fiimi
With the Neutrality Act of
books, our hands anj partli
n e wiinoi ao tne job aj ft
UUIIC. inr. KOOSPVP t', J
states the flat truth. May Conf
ior once ana an, give over tM
structive pretense of a non-eil
neutrality and face the ti
know them to be.
Santa a three-point landinc
Amusing gumdrop trees may be
maae nom wire or natural twigs,
Mr. and Mrs Arth
of Canton, announce the birth of
a -son -on DecemW 9rA a.
daughter on December 3rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Tatham. of
Canton, announce the birth nf a
daughter on December 6th.
j Mr. and Mrs. Otis Henderson, of
M , . i "..w uuo xicnuei son, oi
r. anrl f T rr n . t r-i.. j . . . . .' .
t. Win i"? hw3 .v- Jvose,. oi , wyae, -route I, announce the birth
: . . uimuute me oirtn or a or a son on Uecember bth.
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FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE
In Strassburg, Germany, in 1604,
tne nrst Christmas tree appears
in literature. It is thoucht that
the custom of using Christmas
trees in German snrenH frnm
When Queen Victoria married
Prince Albert, she introduced the
innstmas tree custom into Eng
From the earl v emiarants of
Germany and England was derived
the custom of the Christmas tree
Because of the demand for fnr-
ign maps and charts, the navy
'ydrog-aphic. office has increased
from 180 to 380.
Having Qualified as Executor nf
the Estate of Gover Smith, deceas
ed, late of Haywood County, North
carouna, this is to notify that all
persons having claims against the
Estate of said deceaneH. to n.
hibit them to the undersigned at
Waynesville, N. C, on or before
the 4th day of December, 1942, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons in
debted to said Estate, will please
make immediate payment ;
This December 1st, 1941.
No. 1139 Dec. 4-11-18-25-Jan.
NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
W. R. FRANCIS
CHAS. B. HAWKINS. JE.
TER P. HAWKINS, W. L
By virtue of an execution Airect.
ed to the undersiened from the
Superior Court of Haywood County
in tne aDove-entitled action, I will,
on Monday, the 15th dav of nn.
cember,. 1914, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
at the courthouse door of said
county, sell to the highest bidder
for cash to satisfy said execution,
the following described real estate,
Lots 18. 19. 20 and 91 of tha T
P. Hawkins land in the Town of
Clyde, Haywood County, North
Carolina, as ner man and t-
vey made by J. R. Reairan Fn.
gmeer August, 1923, which said
map is oi record in the office of
the Register nf Deerfs nf numj
County, North Carolina, in man
dook a, - maex "H" and ia fceroht,
referred to for a full art1 AtMrlni-A
descrintion of a)H int. w t.
and bound, lots 18 and 21 being
the same property described in a
deed from J. P. Hawkins and wife,
Mary Hawkina tin Rnhevt nr tr,
kins, recorded in Book 99) page
127 recorded deed of Haywood
County, and lota 19 and n K.,t
the same property described in a
ueea irom J. f. Hawkins and wife,
Mary Hawkins, to A. C. Walker,
recorded in Book ins n.
recorded deed of Haywood County
im uay oi November, 1941
t . R. V. WELCH.
Sheriff, Haywood County.
No. 1136 Nov. 20-27-Dec. 4-11.
position. Thev hav
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friends and relatives on Fines
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCracken, of
Pigeon, were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs: Chaa. R Mrrnn, ti
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former is a brother of Mrs. Me-Crary.
Rankin Fereuson. of Jnnatknn
visited his cousin Mm .. xx r
Green at her home on Fines Creek
It is hard for , any one
in a hurry to look their
neatest. Never time to
stop and press your dress
. . . never time to stop
and clean the gravy spots
off your vest.
Send us your clothes to
be : spotlessly and ' odor
Iessly dry cleaned NOW.
No Waiting! Prompt
In the County
jjj . p
! We Have A Complete Line Of Toys
Look For Our Big Ad In the Issue of December 16th In The Mountaineer
I Junaluska Supply Company
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