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LpAYE 11, 1912
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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nel service -vioct
fc 'SSS BaPt church
lilt- n Adelaide Craw.
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Rev. L. H.
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ive. Da beaieia
Ldaughters were in charge
L rrawford was a native of
' .... u-aa hnrn in
f:an county "u
,arv, 1846. She had been re-
at tne sa'c . --
The first house was
t-ucted 'of logs, whiclrwas
torn down anu
on the same site.
, Crawford is survived Dy two
G C and William Crawford,
l.'.m'- three daughters, Mrs.
L ,nd Miss Addie Crawford, all
JlOW TO GET MORE
IILEAGE OUT OF LIFE
.' ii Lr,,m-n nhvsician-writer
Lout that you can keep your
in shape Dy eating muswe
iing proteins and minerals
bones and teeth must have,
t miss this revealing illustrat
rtfrle in the June 14th issue of
The American Weekly-
Big Magazine Distributed
In Sale At All Newsstands :
nergy Is Ammu-
liition In A War
"Old Man Washday" is a
ue health saboteur who
fps your strength, leaving
lu worn and weary. Set
fcurself free as other busy
omen have done , . . by
nding us your laundry.
ou'll find yourself feeling
ktter . . . looking healthier
. and really having more
me lor the war work
ou've been wanting to do.
Shows How Much
War Has Changed
By CHARLES P. STEWART
(Central Press Columnist)
fighters, on land, and, even more
emphatically at sea, are beginning
a reluctantly that World
War No. 2 is about as different
from No. 1 as No. 1 was different
from our. American War of Inde
pendence, about 150 years ahead
of it. Its a transformation
wrought in a couple of decades in
comparison with the preceding 15.
They don't like to admit it be
cause it makes them seem like back
Aviation is what's poisoned their
original system. ,
It was a mere adjunct in 1914-
18. They thought it was vroirnr to
be the same thing again. Instead,
it threatens to supplant them.
The groundlings still have hopes.
as to the future. When it conies to
OCCUPYING an enemv Country.
they reckon that surface troops
will have to do the business. They
are getting ready for an actual in
vasion of the European continental
terrain. Flyers can come down via
parachute, but not in sufficient
numbers and at a rapid enough
rate to escape being chewed up
about as fast as they hit terra
firma. Groundling invaders simply
can roll in, in irresistible waves.
That presumably is what our
A.E.F. is in Ireland for to swish,'
plus the English, across the Chan
nel and swamp Germany, in co-operation
with the Russians, from the
other direction. Sir Stafford Cripps
told parliament about it, as Wins
ton Churchill's spokesman, a few
Flyers Pave the Way
But the aviators are expected to
prepare things for this surface
movement, in advance.
During World War No. 1, of
which I saw quite a bit, as a news
correspondent, the airman was an
observer mainly. He might spill a
few bombs. German airships were
something of a nuisance over Lon
don, but no serious worry. They
damage they did was negligible.
That was what orthodox war
riors anticipated this time. Instead
My! they raise hades.
It's reciprocated, too.
But what German air bombers
have done over England and what
British flyers have done to German
centers like Rostock and Mann
heim isn't a circumstance to Ja
pan's vulnerability as a target for
our own airmen. Brig. Gen. Jim
my Doolittle and 79 other Ameri
can flyers proved this a few weeks
ago without losing a single plane.
You need to have lived in Japan,
as I have, to appreciate that kind
of a raid's effects in the Mikado's
On a second thought, I slightly
qualify that reference to the Mikado-''.
Some unquestionably American
ly loyal locally-born Japs, whom I
know, assure me that Emperor
Hirohito didn't want to get into
this war and that a lot of his coun
trymen didn't, but that they were
yanked into it forcibly by Nippon's
war lords, the crazy Samurai.
Their dope is that we ought to
propagandize decent Japan and
Paris Housewives Walt for Meager Food Ration
m. OLD GLORY
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(At Recorded to Monday Soon
Of Thit Week)
After two years of Hitler domination, this picture made In Paris shows French housewives standing in
line outside a dairy to receive their meager ration of food. Although the store advertises butter, cheese
and eggs, there is none to be had by these women. The tins exhibited in the shop window are empty.
The milkman carries away the empty milk cans which are placed there by order of the ruling Germans.
Mrs. Johnny Norris, of Canton,
Operative case, is improving.
Mrs. Frank Suttles, of Waynes-
ville, operative case, is resting
McLean Smathers, of Canton, op
erative case, is better.
Mrs. Jesse Reed, of Waynesville,
route 2, operative case, is resting
Miss Nettie Kuykendall, of Clyde,
operative case, is improving.
O. E. Stamey, of Canton, oper
ative case, is better.
The condition of Mrs. Way Whit
aker, of Canton, operative case, is
Vee Jones, of Waynesville, route
1, is resting more comfortably.
Baby Odell James, Jr of Can
ton, medical case, is resting fair
Mrs. Glenn Davis, of Waynes
ville, route 1, medical case, is
resting more comfortably.
Mrs, Lewia Burress, of Lake
Junaluska, operative case, is better.
Mrs. R. H. Gibson, of Canton,
route 3, medical case, is improving.
Mrs. Lee Ledford, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is resting
Miss Edith Hoglan, Clyde, route
1, operative case, is resting more
Ralph Ford, of Waynesville,
route 1, operative case, is some
we'll win 'em over to our side in
Just now, though, is an emer
gency. Momentarily the poor cusses re
So do the Germans, but they're
not so easy to exterminate.
' Germany is substantially built.
Its factories and things can have
sizable chunks blasted out of them
and still function. A Jap factory,
though, resembles one of our ' tem
pos" in Washington. Set it afire
and it's a goner, for a whole group
of city blocks. It isn't confined to
that one; others catch quickly.
Planes Have Advantage
It can't be done naviatorially.
Most of the places aren't close
enough to the seaf ront. Yokohama
is, and so is Kobe, but not farther
inland. They call for aviation. And
it must make 'em holler to have
bombs dropped as close to the im
perial palace as LaFayette Park is
to the White House -just across
I know that imperial layout a
palace, with a big park around it,
a wall around that and a moat sur
rounding the wall.
Well, it's nearly impossible to
worm in on an alleged defense of
that kind with a naval force. It's
gotta be squashed from overhead.
Plane-carriers are fine, to get
close up. Transports are vital, to
land ground forces, and supply 'em.
Cruisers and destroyers are essen
tial to run errands. But big ships
are getting to be superfluous.
Aviation protects 'em, more than
anything else does.
Aviation appears to be IT in
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
vnPTTT CAROLINA I
HAYWOOD COUNTY. i
IN THE SUPERIOR CUUKT.
BEFORE THE CLERK.
T. N. LEATHERWOOD,
BEULAH RUSSELL, et al.
The defendants, Bessie Leather
wood and husband, Fay Leather-
wood: Brown Messer and wife,
Refa Messer; Burr Messer Angel
..j OTiUnn MpsRpr. will take notice
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that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Supe
cmirf of Havwood fJountv. N.
1 LUl v""- '
C to sell real estate for division;
and the said deienaania wiu iurcn
. toia nnticp that thev are reauir-
ed to appear in the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Uurt 01 said
County in the Courthouse in Way
nesville, N. C, within ten days
after the 25th day of June, 1942,
and answer or demur to the peti
tion in this action, or the pectioner
will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in said petition.
This May 25th, 1942.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court.
No. 1189 June 4-11-18-25
Among those discharged from
the Haywood County Hospital dur
ing the past week here: Miss Betty
Sue Whitted, Mrs. John Broyles,
Miss Priscilla McDowell, Miss
Catherine Jones, Frank Massey,
Elza Moore, Master Dent Ensley,
Jesse Ross, Miss .Edna Hall, Miss
June Scroggs, John Cagle, Jua
nita Stevenson, (colored).
Mrs. Roy Phillips, Mrs. Walter
Underwood, Master Wilburn Wells,
Miss Wihla Gray, Mrs. Gordon
Muse and baby, Mrs. Luther West
and baby, Troy Dbtson, Mrs. Neal
Carter, Mrs. Claude Trantham and
baby, Mrs. Norman Arrington,
Master John Richard Hipps, Mrs.
James C. Adams, Miss Dorothy
James, Mrs. Frank Pressley, Mrs.
Ralph Wright and baby, Mrs.
GroVer Robinson and baby.
Mrs. John Blanton and baby,
Mrs. Carol Miller and baby, Mrs.
James Clark and baby, Mrs. D.
West and baby, Master Edward
Israel, Miss Shirley Dene Parham,
Miss Shelly Jene Parham, and
Mr. and D. S. West, of Clyde,
route 1, announce the birth of a
son on June 2nd.
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, of
Waynesville, announce the birth of
a son on June 2nd.
Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, of
Clyde, route 1, announce the birth
of a daughter on June 2nd.
Theodore Huddle, et ux, et al
to J. Sam Vance. :
J. W. Carson, et ux to Adrian
Schenck, et ux.
Hugh Liner, et ux to Lester K.
Smathers, et ux.
E. A. Cabe, et ux to J. W. Cabe,
Adrian Schenck, et ux to J. W.
C. Guy Hipps, et ux to Char
lotte H. Reece,
Alden Liner, et al to Hugh Liner.
Hugh Liner, et ux, et al, to
E. Z. Boyu, et ux, to W. A. Park
C. Guy Hipps, et ux to Olive
E. F, Burnett et ux to Ira Mas-
Mary M. Gibson to Earl Gibson.
Burr Caglfe Cole to Claude
Thompson, et ux.
Burr Cagle Cole to Forest Har
din, Gordon Rhinchart, et ux to R.
East Fork Township
D. C. Waddell, Jr., et ux, to R.
Fives Creek Township
Grace W. Hinton, Com., to Cecil
Cauley Rogers to Frances Rog-
route 1, announce the birth of a
son on June 5th,
Mr. and Mrs. James Gaddy, of
Waynesville, route 2, announce
the birth of a daughter on June 7th.
Buchanan Cemetery To V
He Cleaned Off 13th -
AH persons who have relatives
buried in the Buchanan cemetery
are requested to meet Saturday,
13th, with tools and be prepared
to spend the day cleaning off Iota,
and constructing a road to the
Fred Buchanan, who is in charge
of the cemetery, pointed out that
lots had been given free by George
Buchanan, with the understanding
that the place be kept up.
"Unless it is cleaned at once,
and the road built, we will be forced
to, make a charge for all lots," he
There are about 100 grave in
Iron Duff Township
J. E. Downs, et al to Flossie
Jonathan Creek Toicnship
R. T. Boyd, et ux to Robert T.
Worth Webb et ux "to T. H.
Wells, et. ux.
Thomas L. Michal, et ux to Ma
jor Burress, et ux.
Marian Rickards to O. T. Hen
derson, et ux.
O. T. Henderson, et ux, to Mar
T. H. Wells, et ux to Blake C.
Wells, et ux.
J. R. Morgan, Tr to A. T. Ward.
Alma Irene Goodwin to Hoyt
W. K. Chandler, et ux to Myrtle
W. T. Lee to F. D. Messer.
G rover G, Leatherwood, et ux,
to Hugh E. Leatherwood, et ux.
Jessie C. James, et ux to Hil
liard Jones, et ux.
Fred Farmer, et ux to Joe Tate.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Muse, of
Waynesville, route 1, announce
the birth of a daughter on June 3rd.
Mr. and Mrs. John Blanton, Jr.,
of Balsam, announce the birth of
a daughter on June 4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lowe, of
Waynesville, route 2, announce the
a daughter on June 3rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford White, of
Maggie, announce the birth of a
son on June 5th.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ingle, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
son on June 6th.
Mr. and Mrs. Gold Fish, of Clyde,
WITH ME ON EVERy
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r THE MILDNESS
II THAT COUNTS
APLENTY! THERE S
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Camel cigarettes are "standard
equipment" with veteran engineer
Frank Dooley (left, above) and his
fireman, BUI Lyons, Jr, of New
1 M !f. other
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tbe smoke ititlfl
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Phone 317-W Brookmont Dr.
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