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THE WAYNES VILLi3 UOUNTALNKEB
Aliens Creek News
The Woman's Missionary Union
met Wednesday of last week at the
home of Mrs. C. L. Allen and spent
the day making quilts for a needy
family of the community. In order
to lessen the domestic work for the
day and have all possible time for
the auilting each of the women
brought a covered dish. Two quilts
Despite the cold weather Sunday
we had an attendance of 286 in
Sunday school. After worship hour
seven new members were added to
There will be another baptising
next Sunday near the church. The
pastor, Rev. W. L. Sorrels, will ad
minister the baptism.
The first day of the fourth an
nual Ministers' Revival was held
at the Allen's Creek church on
There were thirteen ministers
present. There was a fifteen min
ute devotional of songs and prayer
with a demonstration in sermon
building by H. G. Hammett J. C
Pipes, Western North Carolina
missionary, gave a short talk on
"Penticost and Preparation For It."
The principal speakers of the
day were: Rev. T. H. Parris, pas
tor of the Clyde church, who
spoke on "The Church Functioning
In (Evangelism." The Rev. J, H.
Hall, pastor of Oak Grove and Rat
cliff Cove churches and Rev. R. L.
Gaddis, pastor of Dell wood church,
delivered their favorite sermons.
Rev. H. K. Masteller, pastor of
the First church of Canton, who
was to have spoke on "The Mean
ing Of Worship," was unable to
attend, because of illness. How-,
Club Has All
The Allen's Creek home demon
stration club held their annual all
day meeting Monday at the home
of Mrs. Henry Francis. Each mem
ber,, assisted in preparing lunch.
Th rntr of the table was dec
orated with small Christmas bells
and white tapers.
The regular business session was
held in the afternoon. The mem
bers brought gifts ''and told how
thev had made them.
Plana were made for the an
nnui rht-istmns nartv which will
be iriven in hoor of the member's
Mis Mary Margaret Smith urg
ed the members to make Christ
mas decorations and gifts at home,
and have an old-fashioned yuletide
Miss Smith's demonstration was
based on "How to reduce the hos
7k ThanhM-Be Mem-Be Hatobv-Becatise You Live in America Awards Presented
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iu Muri ui nonor
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ever, three or lour omen uib
cussed his subject, The services
were very interesting and enjoyed
Lunch was served the ministers
by the Women's Missionary Union
at the lunch room of the Allen s
Creek school house.
We are proud to welcome George
Frady and family; of Georgia, to
our community. Mr. Frady has just
completed his new home on the new
Allen s Creek road. He is employ
ed at the Royle-Pilkington Co.
The Brotherhood of Allen's
Creek church will hold services at
the county home on next Sunday
FOR SALE OR LEASE Some of
the best business corner lota in
Hazelwood. Also would lease
my garage and service station
to reliable parties. H. B. Milner.
Chxnpioo Motor Co.
Canton, N. C.
1941 FORD TRUCK 1 ton, long
wbeelbase with 12 foot flat body.
95 engine. 2 speed real axle;
8;25 dual tires, low mileage.
Condition A-l. $785. Delivered
Waynesville. Gene Williams, PO
Box 777, Charlotte, N. C. Dec. 1 1
LOGGING SKIDDER Complete
unit factory built, powered with
Fordson engine. Good condition.
$450. Delivered Waynesville.
Gene Williams, PO Box 777,
Charlotte, N. C. Dec. 11
SERVICE STATION manager
wanted for a modern and large
station. Excellent proposition to
right man. Write "Operator",
Box 511, Waynesville,
Nov. 27-Dec. 4-11.
FOR SALE Poland-China pigs
8 weeks old. $5.00 each. See D.
D. York, Route 1, Waynesville,
N. C. Dec. 4-11
FOR SALE OR TRADE Washing
machine, less motor for pick-up
trailer or wheels and axle to
make one. Fred Saunders, Phone
307-W. Dec. 11
WANTED Housekeeper for home
that has water, bath; electric
refrigerator and washer. One
child six years. Private bed
room for you. Mrs. Claude
Queen, near fish hatchery It
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Canton Troop Four won the ad
vancement ribbon for December at
the. Haywood district court of
honor Tuesday night at the Cham
pion Y. M. C. A. in Canton. Noel
Sharp, junior assistant Scoutmas
ter of Troop Four was promoted
to the rank of Eagle Scout. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. "S, Sharp, of
Canton, parents of Noel, were
present, and Mrs. Sharp pinned the
the bagle badge on her son. The
ited tcr , m
presentation was made by Carlton I show wind , k H
5" "'annual I
The Smnt.. .
Park .!,. "?Uiii
"nnual fair 1. 4
of this week and . ZT 4
teacher 0f vi.d
in th 1 Z , "ona! J
jiiraciiKiuuii wb moue uy canton I snow winHn... I
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rcywjii, nevtiy eieciea cnairman shops in tho W
of the Haywood district. Noel will display th' TN
Sharp is a charter members of th Martin k?,,.neir PfodnJ
Canton Emergency Service Corps. I formerly TJ J H
He is also a member of the Order ' dustriM vuhcq 6y j.
of the Arrow, National honorary ti,
n.mn. Mi.n;n i . i ne countv
resentative of the annhomn. .il. J." Jne exhibits jTl
A. -1..J..1 1, . .. 1 WDltsbo. . 1
omueni council OI the Can- econnm' cl)l
ton nigh school. . ., . " " 111 me tow.J
The December award is the sec-! Arn;.i ,;?.uie cnel
ond monthly advancement rihhnn he V m """chii
won by Troop Four. M. M. Crisn There ,!ii t Wm.ner J
is scoutmaster of the troop, and 47 boys of tZ lhiu i
Frank Childers is assistant scout- tural cW. , ;! 'ocatioll
i , uus. meats
's cordially j.
ATeep the Star of
Hope and Freedom
Shining in America
BUY U.S. DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS
FOUND One pig wandered to J.
T. Bridges' home Sunday morn- I
ing. Owner may have same by
describing it, paying for feed
and this ad. J. T. Bridges.
Dec. 11-18-25-Jan. 4.
REDUCED PRICE "Annals of
Haywood County," complete his
tory of the county. Price $3.00
reduced to $1.50 until Decem
ber 24th, W. C. Allen. Dec 11.
Dear Santa Claust . . . : :.
I may as well drop you a few
lines to let you know that I am a
little girl just ten years old. I
would like for you to bring me
WILL PAY STRAIGHT SALARY 1 8ometnin nice for Christmas.
$35.00 per week, man or woman I We have a little baby boy in
with auto to sell Eureka Poultry ' our home. Please bring him a
Mixture to farmers. Eureka ball, wagon, a teddy bear and a
Mfg. Co., East Street St. Louis, 1 doll. Please don't forget any little
111. Dec. 11 .children.
FOR RENT 4-room apartment
unfurnished at Lake Junaluska,
N. C. See Mrs. Francis A.
Wyatt. Dec. 11.
I am wanting a bike for Christ-
r7 ' - . mas and a foot ball and many oth
SOLVE YOUR CHRISTMAS gift er things. My name is Richard
problem bygiving a copy of the Breedlove. I am 7 years old and
Annals of Haywood Couty' jin the second grade. My teacher
i.ou unui juecemDer 24tn. It is Mrs. Cannon. I like teacher. I
7 go to school every day. I get my
AL , 8 head of cattle- J- lessons every night I like to go to '
W . Crawford, Willets, N. C. It school. I have many friends in
the second grade. I am wishing
you a Merry Christmas.
Dear Santa Claus:
l am a little orphan girl 4 years
old and I want you to come to see
me and bring me some candy, or
anges and nuts, a little stove and
a little cabinet, some dishes, a
color book and some colors. A
little broom and a little iron.
With love to Santa.
PEGGIE AND PATSY WILLAS.
USH FOR SERVICE MEN
It is estimated that 27,180 tons
of fresh and canned fish will be
consumed by the army and navy
during 1941. v
This is what I want for Christ
mas: Superman gun, sand paint,
crow game, bed room slippers, bath
robe, boxing gloves, punching bag,
rubber farm set, pencil set, flag
map, candy, nuts ad fruits and that
is all I want.
Thank you Santa.
EMMiETT HILLRY BALENTINE.
There are now 6,000 chinchillas
in the United States.
Make Our Store Your
R R GUNS
At Bognor Regis, England, a
dog has taken the law into its paws
by establishing itself at the inn
and greeting all bar customers dur
ing legal hours, but keeping them
out at other times.
"Help Him Develop
His Talent Give
Him A Guitar"
ivu i i AKKM AN, Owner Waynesville
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday, - December 29th,
1941, at 11:00 o'clock a. m. at the
court house door in Waynesville,
Haywood County North Carolina,
I will offer for sale at public out
Cry, to the highest bidder for cash,
the following lots, units or parcels
of land, and Personal nronnrtv
situate in Waynesville Township,"
naywooa L-ounty, North Carolina, Iff
ana more particularly described as
follows; to-wit: '
ceme units (a - rs a.i
of the addition made to Block 7,
sometimes called addition Block
7-A) of the Southern 'Assembly
Property, according to survey and
piat oi j. w. Seaver, C. E.f which
sam piat is recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Hay
wood County in Record of Maps.
Book No. "A", Page 15, together
with all furniture and household
pods now contained in the house
located on the above described
Sale made pursuant to the power
and authority contained in that
-ertain deed of trust dated April
15, 1937, from Margaret Hayes
Foster and husband, L. L. Foster,
o James Atkins, Jr., trustee, for
ugene Wuesthbff , which deed of
rust is recorded in Book 38. paw
wo, naywooa bounty Registry.
The undersigned having been sub--tituted
as trustee in said deed of
trust by instrument dated Novem
ber 17th, 1941, and recorded in
Book 114 at Dam 71! TloA
County Registry. Reference is
hereby made to said (ntm
recoras lor all the terms and
This November 24th, 1941.
A. T. WARD,
No. 1138 Dec. 4-11-18-25.
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g Phone 31
Bofi Gibson, of
Troop Two, was promoted to
rank of Life Scout. The presen
tation was made by William Med- j
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wooa district. . !.. -r r 'neiu,
A. M. Fairbrother. chairman of . . .? """"ts and
advancement of the Daniel Boone Z Z 0 m Fridar.t
Council, presented the Star Scout
award to A. J. Reno, Jr.. of Can
ton Troop Seven and Billy Richeson A x T7'BERCVLOSlf
of Waynesville Troop Two. LI l FORTY V.
TWO Remits. Kllha Hnll nnrl Wil
liam Whitesides, both of Bethel J '.n ,'. 'he United "SUt(
Troop 12, attained the rank of "it '' touritriet
Second Class Scouts. Haldee,. j!ad ch 'C- have'
Keed, cnairman of the troop com- -t.at, . M',ils w
mittee of Troon Four, made the . , . .' w,1' or d
awards.:. . , :. ' V7 T-" wt
Assistant Scout FYciitiv IPIavI . """wu
v. 4a nv..i-x rr " conceived the
on William Miller, Walter James
and Billie Davis, all of Waynesville
Troop Three, and on Neil Mc
Cracken, Canton Troop Seven and
Howard Brown, Canton Troop Four.
Billy Barrett and Howell Pless,
of Canton Troop Four, received
merit badges for handicraft. Phil
ip Moore, of Canton Troop Four,
was awarded merit badges for
camping, pioneering, woodcarvine:
and farm mechanics. Ray H. Mann,
Jr., Canton Troop Seven, received
badges for first aid and pioneering,
and Jack McCracken and Mark
Hipps, of Canton Troop Seven, were
awarded the first aid badge. B. E.
Colkitt, of Waynesville, commis
sioner of the Daniel Boone Council,
presented the awards.
I mas seal, launched !Mj
, Hie iuc WOUI, it! j p.J
i-ii tie tne gloDe.
Claiming the honor of
originated the Christmai
Denmark has, with its t
ing country, Sweden, M
sales annually since .1901
United States, seal sales
Up to 1934, the sale qf
mas seals in the Unittd
alone totaled $75,000,008,
which has been devoted
control of tuberculosis.
Artificial breeding assoJ
are now operating in 22 i
in New York State, all !
and directed by dairy firs
Practical because they can serve a useful pi
pose every day. Beautiful, because they a
more handsomely designed than ever beM
Quality made to endure, because they are m
duced by skilled American la
borelectrical gifts are a wise
choice this Christmas! Here
are just a few of the most
popular items in our stock.
PERCOLATOR in chromium fin
ish, varied sizes to suit the family
need. Always an acceptable and
WAFFLE BAKER in chrom
ium finish with heat indica
tor ; single and double size
models; useful in every home.
ELECTRIC FOOD MIXER
with juice extractor, com
plete with bowh and
ttrainer; a hundred "
ne m everv d
I. E. S. Better
W j d e variety
TION GRILL and WAFFLE . IRO-
with rpmnvnhle fiTids. 8tin
Martin Ebcfric Company
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