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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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These Crabtree-Iron Duff Seniors Will Receive Their Diplomas Friday Night
4 Sets Of Brothers-Sisters Graduate
secretary of the
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The-executive secretary, xxawj
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of Raleigh, reported
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1 of Burlington, president of
lie league, was iu. .6c
JVinner In FFA
Sam Arrington was declared
rinner in the annual Future Farm
rt nnblic speaking elimination
lontest held in Sylva.
Tk rnntest which has been held
Imually for many years, is staged
i connection with the annual
eld day of the group.
Young Arrington was the first
It-inner m his jocai cnapier uiiu xur
His reason represented the cnap
ier at Sylva. Carmel Hollmgs-
korth won second place locally.
Sam will next compete in the
Bistrict contest and if successful
till represent the district in the
itate contest to be held in Kaieign
ometime in the summer. The
tinner at the state contest will
impete in the Southern region
Lnd then later in the Kansas City
Young Arrington was the winner
n the district last year and won
econd place in the state. His
subject is New Horizon or Chem
irgy in Agriculture. He is sec
etary of the state association of
hbire Farmers and past presi
ler.t of the local chapter.
Jn College Play
Three Waynesville girls have
wen chosen to take parts in the
bring production of the Western
.arohna Payers, in the presenta
tion of "The Magnificent Obess-
lion." . v
Miss Hatsie Freeman, dano-hrpr
W Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Freeman,
Wl. Play the part of "Nancy Ash
lord," while Miss Vera HnsnflnnV
laughter of Mi', and Mrs. C. B.
wsatiook, will have the role of
'Joyce," Miss v
Mter of Mrs. R. W. Jackson',
f"ll Play the part of "Mrs. Wickes."
Jack Messer, county superintendent of education, will present the above seniors with their diplomas Friday '-night. Reading from left
to right, first row: Alice James, Ruth Sutton, Betty Rogers, Sara Ja mes, Elaine Walker, mascot, Margaret Davis, David Hugh Tate, mas
cot, Billie Bryson, Jessie Bryson, Joe Davis, James" Welch and Glenn Price. Second row: O. C. James, principal, Dorothy McElioy, Edith
Tate, Mayme Presnell, Elizabeth Rathbone, Lucille Bishop, Annie Ca dwell, Max Ferguson, Georgia McCrackcri," Evla Dee Glance, Betty
Messer, and Mrs. O. L. Yates, sponsor. Third row: Georgia Lou Davis, Mary Rathbone, Sara Bryson, Phil Best, Collie Whitted, Julius
Ross, Jack Crawford, Carl Hannah, James Bradshaw, Weldon Sutton, M. B. Reeves. Photo by Sher rill's Studio.
31 Crabtree-Iron Duff
Seniors To Receive
Diplomas Friday Night
Thirty-one diplomas will be
awarded the graduates of the
Crabtree-Iron Duff school Friday
night, following an address by
Dr. H. T. Hunter, president of
Western Carolina Teachers College,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley
Bryson, of Waynesville, route two.
Diplomas will be awarded to the
P)hil Best, James Bradshaw,
Correflt.inn w ei
fOS RENT 4-room hoi,fiB .f,.
Wshed. Located in Hazelwood.
W per month. Owner: Buck
Kogers, 78 Main Street, Can
n.. For information see A. B.
wawford, Hazelwood. Apr. 2.
mnd scenes. And now's the
e to plant them. Champion
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Jumg tourist cabins and help.
formation call 9164 or 443. H.
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by Jack Messer, superintendent
of the Haywood board of educa
tion, with the exercises beginning
at eight o'clock, :
In addition to the diplomas to
the graduates, medals for citizen
ship will be awarded.
; O. C James, principal, will be in
Thp vflliHirf-nrinn i Rpt.tv R ntr-
r.. ,,x., . , , ers, daughter , of Mr. and Mrs.
BETTY ROGERS is valedictor-1 RnonB Ro0.prs. of rivd,: rout. on-
ian of the Crabtree-Iron Duff high the salutatorian is Sara Brvson.
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sciiuoi tins year, ana wui jjaruci
pate in the graduating exercises on
Friday night. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Rogers, of
Clyde, route one. Photo by Sher
The diplomas will be awarded Jac Crawford,. Joe Davis, Macks
r erguson, L,ari nannan, uienn
Price, M. B. Reeves, Jr., Julius
Ross, Weldon Sutton, James
Welch, Collie Whitted.
Lucille Bishop, Billie Bryson,
Jessie Bryson, Sara Bryson, An
nie Caldwell, Georgia Davis, Mar
garet Davis,: Eula Glance, Alice
James, Sara James, Dorothy Mc
Elory, Georgia McCracken, Betty
Messer, Mayme Presnell, Elizabeth
Rathbone, Mary Rathbone, Betty
Rogers, Ruth Sutton, Edith Tate.
Established By Office
Of Register of Deeds
Applications for birth certifi
cates continue to come into the
office of the register of deeds, ac
cording to C. C. Francis. They
continue to come from all over the
Any information desired re
garding application for establish
ment of a birth certificate whether
prior to the keeping of the files of
vital statistics or after, Mr. Francis
or his clerk, Mrs. W. L. McCrack
en, are glad to give either by cor
respondence or in person intermin.
AS HE SEES THE
HUMAN SIDE 0' LIFE
Condition of Col. Lee
Col, W. Ira Lee, of Gatlinburg,
who underwent an operation at St.
Mary's Hospital, Knoxville on last
Saturday, is reported to be im
proving. Mrs. W. T. Crawford
joined her daughter, Mrs. Lee in
Knoxville for a brief visit during
iCol. Lee, who has been located
for several years in Gatlinburg, is
senior highway engineer of the
Eastern Division of U. S. Public
Xew sPnng colors for
: .- and boys
new Spring colors
S HOE S
6 and Black
wn and White
Dress upi for Easter with a"
A shipment of new Spring
S U I T S
S II O E S
For boys and girls. Whites
National Park Department Store
MRS. LESTER BURGIN, Manager
Why didn't I write last week? j was now a-whirlin' faster then
Well, becauze of two calamities. 1st all at onct darkness closed in.
my house got out of cow's milk. The last I remember was openin'
2nd I took down with the intestynal the front door then a crash! It
floo, sicker'n a hoss, yes sicker'n seemed like a terrible crash in a
As to the second complaint,
when my house gits 'thout cow's
milk, well,' we jist won't "take
any substitutes." It must be "the
genuine" "good for that run
down f eelin'." An' with us it's
the "best part of the meal,"
Well, "it was Monday night in
our home town when the old
(juice) box broke (completely)
down;" but I had been out all aiter
noon in my pick-up trynv to find
a cow takm care to save wear.
of course. The "round-up" my
"home defense effort" did not come
until nightfall, and then it was
one of my "hi-neighbors" that I
traded with. That largely met all
our . family needs, and with our
"hens Contributing to our war-
effort," we now "make the finest
cakes, make the finest pies." And
now "friends tell me that I look
years younger" the "morale of
the wholue family has been bolster
ed" and we "face the future with
BLIND STAGGERS ER
' -" ' P'M
Without any further parodies,
Mr. Editor, an' in all seriousness,
I. was an awful sick man last
Tuesday awful is the correct
word, caze I most certainly was
n't cute. It all hapened before
and was created like this: I was
convalesin': an' bein' resurected
over in my warm corner by the
stove, with Mrs. Abe as the res
urrector. She had already doast
the floo medicine out to me.
Well, I was a suppin' sorter del
icate like on a glass of my new
cow (Chersy's) milk when all at
onct the sweat busted out on me
and I took sick in all 4 corners of
!my stummick. I 'lowed to Mrs.
Abe as how I was a-gitten too hot
an' must have some fresh air so
headed for the front porch with
the glass of rny new cow (Cher
sy's) milk still in my hand. When
I got to the porch a woman an'
some children was a-passin' long
the street; all at onct they com
menct chasin' each other 'round
an' round in the street or was it
me goin' 'round and 'round? ' I
looked up at the ceilin', still gitten
'nough it was me; 'caze my house
by that time was like a merry-go-round,
an' I was a-gitten very
uncertain on my feet. I headed
in for the front room. The house
When I came to myself Mrs.
Abe was a-tryin' to lift me up
and out of the mess of broke
glass an' me all kivvered with my
new cow (Chersy's) milk
"So Cheray," sez I, "Well, where
is she did she get away?"
"The cow's in the barn," re
plied Mrs; Abe, "if that's what
you mean, did you think you was
a-milkin' 'er here in the front
Well, what's all this spilt milk
a-doin' 'round here?" set I.
"Yes, an' broke glass, skint
face,, bloody nose, broke spec's,"
she replied. Looks to me like you
Aiter puttin' me to bed with
arincky, smellin' salts, iodine,
liniment, R. Y. G. A., Aspirin'
turpentine, 'hesive tape and other
home remedies, I felt better. But
I hafn't broke my good Coker
glasses, as it first appeared they
was jist bent out of shape.
Well, fokes, I've looked at the
place where I fell since an' I can't
rigger out how it was possible.
First I fell into the newel post,
thence in an Easterly direction
8 feet, thence back down in
Westerly direction; thence N. 16'
E. 5 feet 8 inches throo the dining
room door to a point near the
Of the 31 graduates of the Crabtree-Iron Duff senior class, eight
are. brothers and sisters. This is believed to be a record for a class
of no more than 31. Shown here are the group: first row. left to
right: Klizabeth Rathbone, Mary Rathbone, Ruth Sutton, Weldon
Second row .- Alice James,, Sara James, Billie Bryson and Jessie
Bryson. Photo by Sherrill's Studio.
Miss Freeman Gets
High Honors At
W. C. T. College
Hatsie Siler Freeman, daughter
The most appreciated gift one
could give an ardent fox hunter
is more hounds, and that is exact
ly what Jim Killian got the other of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Freeman, of
day. Waynesvile, and a senior at West-
Jim has a friend in Pennsyl- em Carolina Teachers College, was
. ... - . i n t 1 i
vania who had four beautiful one oi me iweive peopie who were
fox hounds, and he wanted the selected irom ine stuoeni poay ior
II Haywood fox hunter to have them, the Dean's list for the fall quarter.
SARA BRYSON, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bryson, of
route two, is the salutatorian of
the Crabtree-Iron Duff high school.
Photo by Sherrill's Studio.
Before a student can be eligible
for the Dean's List he must have
made the scholastic honor roll
during the quarter for which the
selection is made, and must be
active in at least one extra cur
iicular activity. He must also
make at least average in the gen
eral culture test as compared with
the national norms. The Dean's
List committee considers social
personality, attitude, and morality.
Meeting all qualifications for the
Dean's List means carrying with
it certain special privileges which
the faculty and administrative of
ficers of the college grant to those
named on the list. These privi
leges are voluntarily voted from
time to time and may vary in dif
ferent scholastic years. They are
effective as long as the student
: ,1. i- i.
WaynesvUU Township ; .emuum u vno
J. R. Morgan, et ux to Mack I M'" Freeman is a very active
Webb et ux member of several campus activ-
J. M. Palmer, et ux to Troy 1 "e8' belonging to the debate club,
Boyd et ux Western Carolina Players, and the
Bessie S. Atkins to Jack Nichols. Halycon chorus.
so one day Jim got a notice that
four purebred American-English
hounds were at the station for him.
They are 1, 2 and 3 years old.
This gives Jim a pack of twelve.
And right here and now, we serve
notice on all foxes, beware! .
" "transactions in
(At Recorded to Monday Noon
Of ThU Week)
lien verdant Township
J T. Ford to Mrs. Bertie Best.
East Fork Township
E. R. Cocke by Com. to James A.
NOTE FOR INSOMNIACS
It the insomnia seems incurable,
take up farming. With lamb
chops at present quotations, count
ing sheep should be a pleasure.
Chicago Daily News.
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of the late Robena
Bishop, deceased, late of the coun
ty 'of Haywood, North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned, at Clyde, N. C, Rt 1,
on or before the 26th day of
March, 1943, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
ment. This the 26th day of March, 1942.
R. C. BISHOP,
: Administrator of Robena Bishop.
No. 1168 Mar. 16-April 2-9-16-
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