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September 12, 1949
THE TTAYNESVTLLE MOUNTAINEER
bow At Strand
Coming To Park Thursday and Friday; Crabiree P.-T.A.
io Have tixzi
Donald Id-a a. m,n of Mr
Mrs V. M H In- ,,i H i -el-left
today fin- .MilU-d,;, -. ill.-,
where he will iilleii.l (".mru'ia
Ailss Hi 1 1 it-- F.no Urainlel tc.
daughter nf .Mr ,-,n.l M,s, M v. Bliss Katlu
Hranilctlf. Si . ci( Km,;,. 2. Canton, voek end in
Mil niU-r Hie fie lunan c la js al with .1 lends.
l!ievard Cull, at- I hi-, uek.
Mi - Polly Allison, i ir- o 11
and Ml ;. I'ntil V e
H'mtf :'. is lea ins I i i t:i,
Cliapel Hill , hole -.In- v.i:
mendier df Hie junior ela .-. ;
t- ni fi .- ii of Noilli Carolina
-en- i Ii
', '101111 .
Hkliard liusohan and Stott
l.ukI Theatre Wednesday.
'ccnoalofiy Books. Many have kept
: up with the latest best .sellers. One
eontlenian kept up with his wife's
tour in Europe by use of the Atlas.
A little girl instead of saying,
; 'I'm glad to .see you. Daddy," when
lie arrived from Florida greeted
run with, "Daddy, 1 want you to
j;o to the Library. They have so
manv beautiful hooks." This same
i lillle girl doesn't want to go home.
She wants to stay with her grand
mother so she can get books from
, i he Library.
Here are some of their' com
ments: "1 just can t praise the Library
I enough for what is has done for
; my children this summer."
! "Were your story hours spon
! sored by a local club or just how
arc they run'.'"
"We are thinking of settling here
and we wauled to see what kind
of a library is available."
"You have a better collection
' of children's books than we do at
'Your library is so conveniently
S located - nice the w ay you can re
llurn hooks by the slot in the
"My children have enjoyed the
j Story Hour so much this summer."
Wo appreciate Ihc thoiightfulness
t ' "
Kev. Dcason Regains
Appetite, Weight And
Miss lVgzy Cjiii. daughter o
Mrs Grace Camp, is leaving this
veek for lialeiuli where she will
liter the lrcshman class at Mere
James K. Alhritht, member "f
he senior class at the l'nivoi,sily
of Kentucky, is leaving this week
for Bowline Green lie is the son
of Mr. and Mrs Frank Albright.
.loo Jack Wells, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Wells of Wayncsville.
limit e 1. will enter the freshman
class at ISrcvard College this week
Fred J. Miller. Jr . son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred J. Miller. Sr. of
Highland Park. Canton, is a mem
ber of the sophomore cluK at
Georgia Tech in Atlanta this year.
Mi: s I'eggy McCracken. daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs. Albert Mc
Cracken. has entered the freshman
class at lirevard College.
Miss Linda Collins of Clyde is
a member of the freshman class
at Brevard College.
David McCracken will leave next
week for lialcigh where he is a
member of the junior class at
State College. He is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Albert McCracken.
A ai on 1 1 at t . -.on of Mr. ami Mi,,.
Dewey Hatt. lett last week lo
iisume his story al 'he v'inein
nali Conseraioi of Music.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hooves Nol.md
and daui-liler. Miss Feiiyy No-
lard. Kit Friday by motor for
Ames. Iowa, whi le Mi-s Noland I
will enter the Iowa Stale Colli go. j
MUs Allen Hart is leaving this
; w et k to enter Hie freshman class
at Meredith College.
Miss Ida Lou Gibson left last
week for Cincinnati. Ohio, to re
sume her study al the Cineinual i
Conservatory el Music.
Miss Dorothy Martel is lo.'.wm'
loinorrow to resume her studies
at the Woman's Collece ol I he
t'niv-ersilv of North Carolina at
G reensboi o.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greeley of
Atlanta, are exported tin- week
for a visit to Mr. Greeley's brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
.- !--, i: I
lie I . ,-ilit i ee
hul l its til
'l our .tl.
I !,r II
I ' I Ol I
e :: lent
HO FFHC.USON I
e i: her A s-ociat ion .
Iron DiiiT School
st im-ft in4 of the
Si-pte:nbci . o. h I
school an liloi iuin.
in i Hi-
Illi; Ii Nnl.nid r
v C () ,cve
il t he - ia'e eieei
-.i .e- a ifeieati
To Have Meeting
The first fall meeting of the
Waynesviilc Womif Club will
be held in the A-s-mbly Room at
the First Presbyterian Church
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Mrs Frank Kinsey will preside
and busies es will be Mrs. Noble
v. lit ;Jlve
' Can ell.
Sr . Mr-. J.
ol t lie faculty will be in
lo iii'ieis of the org.mi.at ion
(;aested to attend the ineot
a -.isi in plans for the year's
T.E.L. Class To
I Kr-Sl-; MOMKNT iii John Huston's "We Were Strangers."
in.; new Co',umhi.i drama at the Park Theatre. Jennifer Join
John Garlu ld are starred, along with Pedro Armendari..
of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Norris.
leave the last of this week
Hichmond. Va-, where she
enter Itichmond Professional
stitute. a branch of William
Billy Hhoilai nier
and Mrs. ' inde U.
Canton, Uoiile 1,
fieshiviin cla -- al C
son of Mr.
will enter the
ein -oil College
ft rment in mv
ate seemed to
omaeh and 1 fell
so had I could
hardly go on with
my work. 1 eat
imvthiTTg' n o w:
leel stronger than
in a long time
on Scalfs," de
clares Kev. Ii. H.
'"Di isoii. liesseem-
Hiver Medicine is
on sale at all good
Kev. Ii. K. Deasondrug stores; try
it. Nothing Replaces Its Years Of
Hear Scalf s Ilarmonecrs Quartet
over WWNC, Dial 570, at 0:30 a.m.
Monday through Friday.
Mi-.s Mai io
Mr. and Mrs.
ior College w
ol the senior
Strange, dau-'.liter ol
W. V. Strange, will
vv for Mars Hill Jun
o re she is a member
11 i;.Sl)AY, SEPTEMBER 12-13
f On The High Sea
Jerry Liner. Jr.. is rel iirnini: to
Mars Hill College this week al'i i
spending the summer vacation at
" tommy Curlis, srin'ot MY. an3
Mrs. Zcb Curtis, will leave this
week to enter Mars Hill College.
Miss Hilda Crawford, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Crawtord
of Route 2, Wayncsville, will leave
this week for Cullovvhee where she
will enter Hie junior ( lass al West
ern Carolina icaciieis toio, .
Scout Troop Has
Court Of Awards
A Court of wards was held all
the Girl Seoul Hut last I liui- H-n
night for members of the Sennu
Service I roon of .il l-; under I ho
leadership of Mi s Mary l.u 1.1
wood and Mi-s Bob- Medford
Mi'-s F.lwood vv.e- in charge of the
iiroar.'im and award1, were pre -cut
ed bv Mrs. Mv I t Io Tappan. pi c 1
dent ol the Ii eon leader'- club.
Tcndi t loot rani; was (oelerrco
In Marv Jam- bo-.i-r-. Ann Kei'm
nnil Belly N'olairl. B"ilv Ann
Drown was given her l'n-.l cla .
PiolK iency hadr.i"- were :n- .irded
as I ol low s:
Good grooming: ivlrry Ann M.r
sie. Pat sv Hor.eis. Maiv Je.ui Wit
Mary ( tsboi no, Itetl.v Ann I'.kh-.i:.
Mai t:.irel l!i ece. I at r'Oi I i , Kai h
"line Myall. Vivian W'alkiu .. Ih He
(l.iunili. Doll 1-vieiia.l. and Ann
Dancer's Badge: Anue Bi'il otT,
risll'Alin Brown.' ftc!f 1 1 - i una Ii,
Kalherine ll.valt, Dolf Kiona-t,
Mary Ann Ma.sie. Dot Noni -. Maiv
( l .horne, Margin el Heoeo. Pal v
Study Course At
By M US. MILLAUD FKIiGUSON
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian serviee of the Crabiree Charge
ol the Methodist Church met on
Ihuisdav at Fincher's Chapel for
a -lud.v course on "Newness of
A ladder chart was used for the
course, showing the seven steps
ol I he Christian life from earth to
heaven Taking pari on the pro
el am were Mrs. Hugh RatclilTe,
Mi . Mark Galloway, Mrs. C. O.
Newell. Mi-. Millard Ferguson, and
Iho Rev. Paul Dryinan.
During the allernoon session
Mi Jones of RatclilTe Cove, dis
trict secretary of children's work,
-ave a talk stressing this phase of
w oi k in I ho Crahl roe Charge.
A i ov i rcd-di' h luncheon was
'-lived M noon.
Thirty -'-even members of the
o(i"y wcie present with the fol
lowiu;: gin-1 Is: Mrs. Hugh RatclilTe,
Mi . :-laik Galloway, Mrs. (Maimer
i MeCr.ii ken. Mrs. Camp and Mrs.
I Jones u Kli.abolh Chapel, the Rev.
i Mr. I )rv inaii of .liinalu ka. and
i Mi-.. A i i ii it- Mcl'iaikcn of Waynos-
i Mrs Newt II presided and the
v oi lonal w as led by t he Rev
or J i
s There .a Alley left lost week
ion on City. Tennessee where
ill spend the winter with her
r, Mrs. Fred Corn, and ,:t
Cai son-Newman College.
i Th- T.K.I j. Sunday
j of the First Haplisl
! meet Thursday at (i
home of Mrs Grovt r
the Siilnhur Springs
pin. at the
I. Davis on
w dl be a pieu.c i :i cling.
Want Ads bring quick results.
Are Honored In
Bv MRS. ALG1K It AI'Cl.l I'l'l-
College students of Iho lialclille
Cove community were honored at
a farewell party given in the Com
munity Building last Wednesday
night with members of iho Train
in.g Union of the RatclilTe Cove
Baptist Church as hostessc;.
The guests of honor wore Mis
Kalherine James. Miss Margaret
James, Miss Peggy Noland. Miss
Peggy Camp. Miss Moello Liner
and Miss Jeanolte Leopard.
Games were played and refresh
ments were .served.
Miss Kalherine James, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse .lames,
is leaving this week to enter Mer
edith College where she will lake
a teacher's course. Mi . Margaret
James, also a daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Jesse James, is entering the
junior class at Meredith afler com
pleting two years' study at Mars
Miss Peggy Camp, daughter of
Mrs. Grace Noland Camn, will
leave Wednesday for Meredith College,
Miss Leopard, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. F. L. Leopard, will enter
the freshman class al Meredilh.
Miss Liner, daughter ol Mr. and
Mrs. Hardy Liner, h it Sunday to
enter Woman's College in Greens
boro for one year's study before
taking nurse's Iraiiiinn at the
Baplisl Hospital in Wiolon Salem
Miss Noland, daughter ol Mr and
Mrs. D. Reeves Noland. lett Fri
day to enter Iowa Slate College
where .she will study textile de
iifmnii iiiiiiim - iih nnirnri -niii Vmf ml
Two Shows Daily Monday tliroiiRh Friday 7 & !
.Saturday: Continuous ShowiiiRs from 11 A.M.
Sunday: 3 Shows, 2, 4 and !) P.M.
MONDAY - TUESDAY. Sent. 12
vZEIjA TERROR TRAPS A FOREST MAIDEN!
FRANCES GIFFORD JOHNNY (BOY) SHEFFIELD
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY, Sept. H - 15
Step by Step... Clue by Clue..
BROIir.HI IHRIUINOIY TO IIFE
BV 1HF WAKFRS OF "CANOM CITY
RICHARD BASF. HART SCOTT "QANON WTY" BRADY
AhU tl AUt at (ions
t Hiloon A News
MWM IPapAn EAGLE LION FILMS
Wl KM P'sentation
4 a's ,isi.
wee klo resume
! is leavim! this
his studies at Mars
.loo Coniplon is leaviun this week
lo enter the freshman class at
State College in HaleiKh.
from the Waynesvi
in May. will enter
lege this week.
Joe Fort nor is a
freshman class at
lo High School
Mars Hill Col-
memher of the
Mars Hill Col-
Cai .on Janice Faige
In I)i Fore Doris Day
It ()T. flTF. TOMV
'1M).Y. SEPTEMBER 14
ol our many visitors. F.aeh summer
I here arc cjfls of magazines, hooks,
and deposits. We would like to ac
knowledge a nice check from the
H. II. Matthews family and a love
ly collection of books from Miss
Ellon Koch.- A copy f Ogg's "Fs
rntiaK of American Covernmenl"
was presented by John .1. George.
Professor of Political Science at
Bulgers t'nivrr ,ily.
liogcrs. Mar Jean We.. I. and u j
ian Wat kins.
I.ealliercr.dt Ii a d 0 o ; Ann
Hisclioll. Belly Ann Brown, Maty
Ann Massio, Dot Norris. M.ny -.-home,
Vivian Wat kins, and loan
A so ial hour was enjoyed bil
lowing t lie program.
Jupiter. Iho largest planet mov
ing around the sun, is more than
13(11) times bigger (ban the earth.
By NHS. Mll.l.Utl) FF.HGt'SON
A benefit supper will he given at
Finrlier's Chapel Friday, Septem
ber Hi. beginning at 7 p in.
A musical program will bo pre
sented during Hie evening 'wilih
(piailels from Fines Creek, lial
clille Cine. Iron Dud' and Lower
Craht roe taking part. An additional
lealuro will be a program ol songs
and ii" ,"lation, by children of the
The public is invited to attend.
Terrific Jiny Now" Heater Vatuc:
MONDAY - TUESDAY, Sejl. 12
rHiwwi mmim 1 11 1 1 irw.i w m
ICTrai'l'H'-i M.ei.ii.M-i.ii mini ,.M
at 7:30 T. M. H n Matthews family and a love- f VfeR. MW,.'-
Wtmnti- mi ullllliiliu 'Jr-.V j
m ( "STORMY"
rl ' ' Slory of a Wild Stallion
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