THE W A YNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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CIVIL WAR PAPERS TURN I P
GROUP MEETS IN
Governor Achieves An Ambition
BOSTON iU.P. ' Civil War due- WORCESTER. Mas
uments; including correspondence NY;:H 60 members of the Wor-
between Gov. John A. Andrew and cester chapter of the National
President Lincoln's military lead- Aeronautic Association Mere up in
ers. were discovered when work- the air at a meeting f the group
men dismantled an old rel room There was no disturbance nor
in the State House The 75 volumes bickeiin. howeer The meeting
of letters, missing for 32 war a held aboard a commercial air
were carefully packed in locked liner en route from Worcester to
mahogany wall cabinets. Ko.-ton.
Shows Start at X P. M.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY. A us. 4 - 5
"One Sunday Afternoon
Dennis Morgan and Dorothy Malone
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SATl'KDA Y. Aii. (i
"Man From Texas"
North Carolina s Gov. Kerr Scott has ahvavs had an ambition to be
h Im ui mt i i i-iit;iin.-i'i . At !i.i . tin- ii in hi i ii iii has become a leality
temporarily. The governor proudly drives a big dicsel locomotive
on the state-owned Atlantic & East Carolina Railway between More
head City and Havelock. AP Photo'.
SUNDAY. Au. 7
Bud Abbott & Lou C'ostello and the Andrews Sisters
MONDAY and TUESDAY. AuK. 8 - 9
"This Time For Keeps"
Esther Williams. Jimmie Durante,
and Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra
In Canton Police
Court In luly
Last month, live detendants
charged with drunken driving wore
taxed with $100 line each and
court costs and lost their licenses
for one year in ('anion Police
The report from the it t,i
office also noted that between
June 27 and the last week o July .
28 defendants were hailed into
court on public drunkenness '
charges, and were ordered In pav
a total of slightly more than SHOO
The oil ice also reported one case
of an improper stale license, which
separated the motorist from S2.V
a liquor violation which cnT the
defendant a total of $2.") in a fine
and court Assessments: and assort
ed cases of resisting arrest, speed
ing, drunk and di orderly, and
driving without a license.
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend A . . .
Frozen Foods and Am ana
Home Freezer Demonsfraiion
This Demonstration Will Feature the Preparation of Meat for the Home Freezer
By Miss lean Hall nationally known as an expert on
the preparation of foods for the Home Freezer and the
preparation of frozen foods for the table at the
Monday, Aug. 8th, At 2 P.
Whether or not you are interested in
home freezers or now have a home
freezer, be sure and attend this meeting.
Get the fascinating facts about frozen
Get money-saving hints on how to
shop for the best foods for freezing.
Get the latest frozen foods techniques.
Learn how to select, prepare, wrap and
package for freezing at home.
Men are also invited.
LEARN how to live better and live
cheaper with a home freezer.
Miss Hall will be glad to answer all
This is a golden opportunity for all of
yon interested in the freezing of food
and the first time anything as complete
has been offered in this locality.
Brought You By The
FARMERS CO OPERATIVE
And Amana Home Freezers
ADMISSION - FREE COMFORTABLE CHAIRS
"K' DOOR PRIZES
1st Prize 25-lb. Bag Yukon's Best Flour 2nd Prize ltf-lb. Bag Red Band flour
3rd. Prize 5-Ib. Bag Red Band Flour
j JAMFS I,. DRAKE
I'lineral services for James Larry
Drake. 114. who died Tuesday in
Mountain Home, Tenn.. after a
lingering illness, were held this
allcrnoon in the Morning Star
The Hev. Asinond Maxwell and
I he Hex W II l'lcss oll iciatcd and
burial w as in l he church cemetery.
Members of I he V. V. W. Post
3l!ia ol ( anion were in charge
ot iravesido riles and Auxiliary
members were flower bearers.
Mr. Drake served with the U. S.
A run Air force during World War
Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Hilda Drake; two sons, J. L., Jr.,
and Monroe, of the home; the par
ents, Mr. and .Mrs. Joe L. Drake
ot Canton: one sister, Miss Annie
Mae Drake, and one brother, How
ard Drake, both of Canton.
Wells l'uneral Home, Canton,
in charge of arrangements.
Set For Aug. 27
Members of the Haywood Elec
tric Membership Corporation will
hold their annual meeting August
27 t the Waynesville Armory, for
the 10th annual meeting.
The session will open at 10 a. m.
The directors of the corporation
discussed plans for the annual
meeting at their monthly meeting
recently and selected a com
mittee to nominate the organiza
tion's 11 directors for the new
Named to this committee were
Luther Stephens. Cowarts: F. A.
Justice. Clyde route 1 ; O. F. Bur
nette, Canton route 3: A. C. Pat
terson. Franklin route 2; A. M.
Paxton. Rosman; Percy Yarbor
ougb, Candler route 1: Carl Ed
wards. Canton route 2; Ralph
Nichols. Canton route 1; F. C.
Davis. Waynesville route 2; James
Smith. Clyde route 1; and C. E.
Brown, Jr.. of Clyde.
The current members of the
board of directors arc Chairman t
Latter Osborne; Secretary-Treasurer,
K. II. Cogburn. Roy B. Med
ford. A. W. Ferguson, W. P. Harris.
Walker Brown. IL W. Davis, and
The nominating committee met
hero July 23rd to nominate direc
tors for the presentation at the an
nual meeting. They will make the
announcement at the meeting on
The Corporation serves 3,435
families in five counties, and be
ginning next month plan to ener
gize lines in Rabun County, Geor
gia, serving 100 families.
Ii. C. Sheffield is general man
ager of the corporation, which has
I WILL BE OUT OF MY OF
FICE FOR TI7E NEXT TEN
DAYS TO TWO WEEKS
ON VACATION IN ONTA
RIO, CANADA. RETURN
AUGUST 18. R. E. SEN
TELLE, ATTORNEY. A 4,8
WANTED Small farm. Give de
scription, distance from town,
and price. Write Mr. M. Szatko,
2570 Post Street, Jacksonville, 4,
FOR SALE: 2 good acres of corn;
H acres of tobacco. Call 94-W-l.
FOR SALE 8 weeks old Poland
China pigs. See C. C. Francis,
Waynesville, Route 1. A 4-8
The Rev. C. A. Ramsey said this
week he expected to be assigned
: to another church, after having
served seven years as pastor of the
Wesleyan Methodist Church of
I He and Mrs. Pamsey will leave
Monday to attend the annual Meth
odist Conference at Colfax.
Under customary procedure, the
appointments of pastors for the
Mars Hill Diploma 12th !, 84 0n . l'H
David L. Teague, of Cove Creek, : " . "v'utf GriW
. , , - . . . I J II rww l
, win De among me to iviars ni uoi- i rjgjj ODQCm
j summer commencement program
next Friday morning, August 12, at
; 11 o'clock.
Claude F. Gaddy of Raleigh, ex
ecutive secretary of the Council on
Christian Education, will be the
speaker at the exercises in the col
lege auditorium. R. M. Lee, deari
during their stav there.
North and Sii, ,
Border Belt flue-cured t,
kets opened Ttie.sdav w u
prices averaging $-, !4 '
This volume was n,
000 pound- above i .
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churches are announced at the'sumed the pastorate
hrst-da vohu,,. i. .. ,,
The Wesleyan church expanded ;-mole than ', i , ",'
the l!)4!i opening avci;,t,.
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end of the session. Mr. Ramsey
expects to learn of "his change of
j assignment at that time.
i In making the announcement.
' the popular pastor and bis w ile
thanked the people of Canton for
their cooperation and Kindness
Under his supervision, the Sun
day School was developed and
man' new activities inaugurated.
The church building and the
parsonage have been completed,
:nid both are free of financial ob
ligations incurred in construction.
')f the ccllet'e and dnv,
summer school, will
graduates, and I
liiackwell will award n,
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Di'ing me loial number
ale-j for the year tu
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