North Carolina Newspapers

    lRSDAV. SEPTEMBER 16, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
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iita Kramer Heads
indergarten At
John s School
v v.
viamer, graduate
school, Menon
St. Francis Nurs
, ,. :i. ill., is in charge
,.:ndergarten at St.
!i-s Kramer grad
. - nr school with
;-.t r Illinois State
examination in
Mis Kramer was
!' two students out
. ;mi i-ighty to rep
- Nursing School
e. invention of the
. . Association in
year in nurse's
. . .,-rvised freshmen
. nursing.
came to Waynes
. Prior to that
ne private nursing
. Hospital, Peoria,
i ii to supervising the
.hp is nurse for St.
: and St. John's Va
f..r Girls.
K.ndergarten is open
both sexes from
wars old. It is under
in of the Sisters of
f Assisi.
Wrs. America, 1943
; H tm
n 1 r 1
(jvliiri'ti r n in ilea are: ir
n .,.,1.1 Ruchap WnTlurnnH
lr: &'.. "
3i;f L:rt'i'. I. ikf Junaluska; Agnes
. P iiu ! - n. nazeiwuou; utor-
Ij, j.iiin' Sous; cnzaoem Bum
jj..' a il.izrlwood; and Mary
q. John's kindergarten provides
kperienct-d care ior cnuuieii 01
Ihrrs wr.ii are worKing in war
idustritj. Children may either
Ifldid morning session from
W to 12:110 or they may attend
d;iy kindergarten from 9:00
In, to 5:00 p. m.
During the summer all activities
Ijcept :wo nmir rest perioas are
Mductwl in the out of doors or on
In opt n air. screenea-in porcn.
faring the rest of the year, the
odergarten activities are held in
i newly tmilt, well-lighted, well-
Iwilattd sun room, equipped with
Mm vapor heat.
Two light lunches are served at
i. m. and 3:00 p. m., with a
Is: meal at noon.
iivn are constantly super-
tatd and are given courses in
I Ming, drama, etiquette, music,
m training and art. The pur-
bw of St. John's kindergarten is
i develop the personality of each
teidual child.
I ' 1
I- Tin' ifl
fluv a pcneration of youngstera
n during the war will have to
kc taught to recognize many com-
JM objects they have grown up
ithout. Lo,.k for this illustrated
Wide in the September 2fith issue
The American Weekly
Ike Big Magazine Distributed
With The
''i'" F '., Yoin- Xewsdealer
M. Friday, September 24.
jtoth Richmond Stock Yards,
Richmond, Va. Sale head
triers .Jhn Marshall Hotel.
Hollyfield consignment nf
p-) head represent our high
lit qualify offering of the
'r. Kehred cows with calves
?Slde- 15-ed & open heifers.
Proven l,uls all ready to make
for you. Accredited
"ave Canning, Hollyfield
ianquin, Va.
IN A MARRIED women's beauty con
test at Palisades Park. N. J, Mrs.
Betty Stedman, of Kalamazoo,
Mich., won the title of "Mrs. Amer-
lcaoI1943J (International)
Miss Meta Dicus, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dicus, of Hazel
wood, left this week for Banner
'Elk, where she resumes her studies
at Lees-McRea College. Miss Dicus
will be a member of the senior
Miss Mary Noland, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Noland, of
Dellwood, is attending the Woman's
College of the University of North
Carolina. She is a member of the
sophomore class.
Kurt Weill, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Weill, who entered Davidson
College last spring, has i-eturned
to Davidson and resumed his work.
He is a member of the sophomore
Miss Betty Jane Bradley, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. W- A. Brad
ley, left Tuesday for Knoxville,
Tenn., where she will enter the
University of Tennessee. Miss
Bradley plans to major in Home
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee, Jr., have
returned to Wilmington, after a
visit with relatives here.
Mrs. Idly Raymond, of New
York, who has spent the past year
in Waynesville, as a guest for the
greater part of the time at the
Palmer House, has gone to New
York for an indefinite stay.
Mrs- George Hendry, the former
.Miss Lois Briggs, spent several
days here during the week with
her mother, Mrs. G. C. Briggs.
Mrs. Hendry returns today to her
home in High Toint, and will be
accompanied by her mother, who
will make her a visit en route to
Washington, D. C, where she will
spend the winter with another
daughter, Mrs. Jack Ware. Mrs.
Ware is the former Mi.s Mar
guerite Briggs.
Mrs. William Atwood and Miss
J. L. Stewart, of Daytona Beach,
are spending a month h re at Da
Vista Terrace.
Baptist Training
Union Officers
Are Installed
The Rev. Willis Bennett, pastor
"f the Oteen Baptist church, de
livered the inspirational message
at the installation of the associa
tional otlieei for tlu coming year
at the quarterly meeting of the County Baptist Train
nii: Union held hei,- :,t the First
Baptist church on Tuesday night.
Rev. U.iin.u stated, the goal of
i Woi tin 1:1'.. with determination,
mill! anc. and t !"d a- the inspira
: :..n for worth w hde living.
Mrs. Sam Kn ht was installed
as director; oil;ei were: Mrs. H.
K. Mast. Her. associate director;
Mi-s Eloise Knight, secretary and
treasurer; Mrs. H. G. Hammett,
pianist; Rev. IL K. Masteller,
eh. i rister; Rev. T., H. Parris, pas
tor advisor.
Department leaders were: Miss
Dorothy W alker, story hour; Inter
mediate, Marion Bridges; Young
People, Mrs. Carl Painter, Adult,
Rev. Thomas Erwin; group lead
ers. Bethel, Rev. Gay Chambers;
Canton, Horace Sentelle; Clyde,
Bill Carter; Waynesville, Harry
The newly elected officers plan
to meet at Clyde on October 5, to
formulate plans for the coming
Greets His Mother
wi "uyM
. 1
hy Not Let House Rent Receipts
Buy A Home?
66th Series Open Octl
House rent receipts mean that
you had money that could
have been applied to purchas
ing a home of your own.
It is certainly a satisfaction
to see these payments apply
to ownership. See us for de
tails on this easy, and inex
pensive plan.
Haywood Home
Building and Loan
To S
Red Cross Holds
Monthly Meet,
Reports Given
Gratifying reports marked the
regular monthly meeting of the
executive board of the Haywood
Chapter of the Red Cross, which
was held Monday afternoon in the
Home Loan and Building offices.
Rev. W. M. Williamson, chairman,
Mrs. Ben Colkitt, chairman of
the surgical dressings group stat
ed in her report that there were
67 workers at the surgical dressings
rooms rooms during the month of
August, with 249 hours to their
credit. There were 6,902, four by
four sponges and 3,042, two by two
sponges made in the local rooms.
The workers at Lake Junaluska
had to their credit during August
119 hours with 26 workers, who
made 4,000 two by two sponges.
Mrs. Joe Liner, Home Service
Secretary of the chapter gave a re
port of the number of calls and
families she had given help to dur
ing the month.
J. C. Brown, chairman of the
disaster and relief committee stat
ed that he had given aid to a family
whose home had been burned.
Mr. Williamson called attention
to the Junior Red Cross National
Enrollment, which will be held from
November 1 through November 15.
He urged that (very effort be made
to reach the younger groups. The
adult chairman and the various
committees on the drive will be an
nounced later, according to Mr. Wil
liamson. Haywood Baptist
Pastors Hold
Tile Haywood Baptist Pastors'
Conference .met Monday evening
I with the Olivet Baptist church.
'After a devotional brought by
i Rev. .1. H. Christie and the busi
ness session conducted by Rev.
C. H. Green, president of the
! conference, Rev. A. K. Peek led
the group in an interesting and
.instructive discussion on the doc
trine of repentance. Two new
members. Rev. J. H. Christie and
Rev. I-' H. Baker, were taken
1 into the conference.
Interesting reports were made
in regard to the new church build-
1 ings of the Fast Fork and Dutch
Cove congregations.
There were fifty-nine present,
including those from the host
church of which Rev. Jarvis Un
derwood is the pastor. The con
ference adjourned to meet next
month with the Bethel Baptist
church. Rev. Gay Chambers, lead-
j er of the Bethel group, will have
charge of the program.
cago welcomes home his mother,
Mrs. Opal Laster Anderson, 37,
after a 14-month absence abroad.
She spent the time ferrying bomb
ers In England from factories to
bases as a member of the Air Trans
port Auxiliary. (International)
Mrs. E. L. McKee
Named On Stale
Nursing Council
Mrs. E. L. McKee, of Jackson
county, member of the State Board
of Education, was named as repre
sentative of the board on the state
nursing council at the meeting held
in Raleigh of the hoard last week.
At the meeting of the hoard the
19411-44 public school budgi t call
ing for the expenditure of $1)6,
906,884 for the ninth-month term
and $919,055 for a vocational edu
cation program, was adopted.
The total $37,825,9:19 makes the
largest budget ever adopted for
the North Carolina State schools.
An increase of $6,548,506 is pro
vided in the ninth-month program.
Of this, $3,386,750 takes care of
additional teacher salaries and $2,
433,238 provides the war bonus for
an additional six months during
the 1943-44 fiscal year.
The vocational education pro
gram budget of $919,055 compares
with $639,073.03 spent last vear.
The board adopted the pre-induc-tion
driver training course which
Was recommended by Governor
Broughton and army officials. The
program will save the army the
time needed to train competent
drivers; afford better drivers for
school buses and will contribute
to the state's safety program, at
no cost to the state, the governor
Dr. Gudger Proud
Of Progress In
Haywood County
"Never have I seen Haywood
make such progress as is being
made today," Dr. E. W. Gudger
told Rotarians last Friday, as he
discussed the different phases of
improvements in all sections of the
He paid tribute to the town and
county officials for their efficiency,
and for the work of the health de
partment, schools, and paid many
compliments to the hospital board
for their work and planned pro
gram. Dr. Gudger has been connected
with the American Museum of
Natural History in New York for
2r years, and always spends three
weeks or more In re every summer,
lie left today for Greensboro and
after a two-day visit there will
return to New York.
Colored Women
Taking Red Cross
Work To Give Play
The Red Cross home nursing
class of colored women will pre
sent a one act play at the colored
school auditorium on Monday eve
ning, the 20th. The title of the
play is "The Modern Sister
The play will be given under the
direction of Mrs- J. Rufus Mc
Cracken, supervisor of nursing in
the district health department.
Certificates will be awarded
those completing the course. The
public is invited to attend.
Music Lessons
I will give private lessons at the home of the stu
dent on the following instruments Piano, Violin, Cor
net. One half hour, or more time if desired by student.
For terms call 133-J.
Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Manning of
Chapel Hill are the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. Sam Sringfield. Dr. Man
ning was former dean of Medicine
of the University of North Carolina.
Rev. John Finger, Pastor
Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock.
Sermon by the pastor at 11
Evening prayer service at 8:00
Public welcomed to the church.
Mrs. Ray McElroy and Mrs.
Price Threlkeld, both of Sykes
ville, Md., have returned to their
homes after a visit with their moth
er, Mrs. Sally Morrow, who accom
panied them home for an extended
Pepsi-Cola Company, long Island City, N. Y.
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Asheville
Bids For Hauling
The Haywood County Agricultural Conservation
Association will accept bids for Farm-yard de
livery of Limestone from the Stock Pile located
in Waynesville. This contract will be effective
through December 31, 1914.
Bids will be accepted at the
"AAA" Office located in the
Courthouse until 12:30 P. M.
September 25, 1943.
A Und (OOSE; or ft woman
who hain't tried Bumford. Wis
odm know that Rumford th
all-phophat doubl-etinf
bakinc powdor maket perfect
bakinf dowNy tur.
o o o oWf-SS
The Best Buy
Today Is -
The Best Proof Of Patriotism Of Civilians Is The Sacrifice To In
vest In More Bonds.
Attend The War Bond Rally Today Invest In Bonds Prove
You're Glad You Are An American Our Fellow - County Men
Are Fighting On All Fronts And Showing They're Proud To Be
An American.
Invest In More Bonds-Invest Regularly
The First National Bank
Organized 1902
"Tie Friendly Bank"
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
one i;
Main Street
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