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Tm TVA in Nonn
m work is going on
r states which TVA
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,'vc-th Carolina. In this
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Montana, Apalachia, and
I tlm Hiwassee
yarn u" .
kmiles from its mouth is
i the now .ui "- -- -I
1 .... - UnnA control.
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e lflVo 22 miles
'h 8n area of 6,280 acres.
ijv of IS-ll. inev6i
authorized the construction of the
Chatuge and Apalachia dams lo
cated on the Hiwassee River in
North Carolina as part of an emer
gency program to fill an urgent
need for defense power.
Chatuge dam is an earth struc
ture above Hiwassee dam.
Apalachia dam is 10 miles below
Hiwassee dam. Water will be re
leased through a tunnel 43,000 feet
long which, with the dam, will de
velop an effective head of about
In August, 1941, a new kind of
relationship between public and
private enterprise was entered in
to by TVA and the Aluminum
Company of America. Under the
agreement, TVA acquired the Fon
tana dam site, on the Little Ten
nessee River in North Carolina,
and upon completion of the Fontana
dam TVA will direct and control
the five-dam hydroelectric system
of the Aluminum Company and
will integrate it with the Authori-
Effective July 1, the present blanket insur
ance provided by the government for war
damage will be eliminated.
In order for those interested in obtaining
complete coverage, it is urgent that you see
your fire insurance agent and make applica
tion for protection through him.
This agency will be at your service and will
provide information regarding this important
protection. Rates for dwellings are $1 for
LN. DAVIS & CO.
Insurance Bonds Rentals Insurance
lain Street Phone 77
"Look at this
Company is going
to move soon
and read this,
"They will carry
a larger stock of
"Carpenters and painters
are making them a brand
new and modern store
where Harold's was."
"The enlarged stock will
include everything f o r
men, women and chil
dren to wear."
ing. I would
not, miss it
found a lorur ima nrrn i, tt: ri,i4i.;nr r haa
r wellent selection of things to wear pretty, dur-
ine Prices are right. - Oh, yes, I can get my
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f Pleasant.' -i
ATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF
Union Clothing Co.
Receive College Diplomas
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MISS DORIS EMILY
MISS ELIZABETH ANN
Two Waynesville Girls Got Diplomas
From Woman's College of UNG Jlonday
Two Waynesvile girls were
among the 431 students that grad
uated from the Woman's College of
the University of North Carolina
at the BOth anniversary commence
ment exercises held Monday morn
They were Miss Elizabeth Ann
Glavich arid Miss Doris Emily
Miss Glavich, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Glavich, receiv
ed a Bachelor of Arts degree iri
biology as preparation for a ca
reer as laboratory technician. She
attended Lenoir Rhyne college for
two years before transferring to
Woman s college, where she . was a
member of education club, square
dance club, medical technologists,
and Dikean society.
Miss Whitesides, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitesides, re
ceived a Bachelor of Science in
home economics. She was a mem
ber of Aletheian society, choir,
education club, home economics
club, and speakers club.
ty's hydroelectric system of the
five Aluminum Company dams are
in North Carolina: Cheoah, on the
Little Tennessee River; Santeet
lah, on the Cheoah River; Nanta
hala, on the Nantahala River; and
Glenville, on the Tuckasegee River.
Construction of Fontana dam
was authorized by Congress in De
cember, 1941. Fontana will be
450 feet high, the highest dam east
of the Rocky Mountains.
The extreme southwest portion
of North Carolina is served DV
TVA power, Murphy and vicinity
by a municipal distributed system
and the towns of Brasstown,
Hayesville, Shooting Creek, and
Wayne by the Blue Ridge Electric
Association, with headquarters in
Young Harris, Georgia.
TVA's phosphatic fertilizers are
being tested and demonstrated in
North Carolina by 4,046 farmers
in co-operation with the State Ag
ricultural Extension service. To
gether with, unit farm demonstra
tions, 38 area demonstrations are
being conducted to determine the
result of scientific farming and
erosion control on an entire com
munity. The work is carried on in
63 counties, 15 of which are locat
ed within the Tennessee Valley.
The Valley counties are: Avery,
Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Gra
ham, Haywood, Henderson, Jack
son, Macon, Madison, Mitchell,
Swain, Transylvania, Watauga, and
Yancey. TVA has supplied 13,258
tons of triple superphosphate and
3,083 tons of metaphos, a material
containing 62 per cent available
plant food, to the demonstration
TVA has completed soil surveys
in ten counties, mapping 3,949
In co-operation witn tne worm
Carolina Agricultural Extension
service, approximately 1,800 farm
ers and: landowners have planted
more than 4,800 acres of eroded
land to nearly 5,000,000 tree seed
lings furnished from the Author
ity's nurseries, Fire protection
towers, trails, and telephone lines
have been constructed, and TVA
CCC personnel have suppressed
nearly 100 forest fires in the state.
The V- S. Forest service and
TVA have virtualy completed a
dam on Persimmon Creek which
will form a 70-acre constant-level
pool that can be used for fish
rearing and as a base for recrea
tion. More than 9,000 TVA employees
are located in North Carolina on
the Hiwassee projects. Most of
them were recruited from the area
immediately adjacent to the con
TVA has given planning assis
tance to several towns affected by
its reservoirs, among them Mur
phy, where considerable readjust
ments were required.
The recreational . development
of the sh6res of Hiwassee Lake is
now under the jurisdiction of the.
U. S.' Forest service, and title to
the shoreland has been transferred
to that .agency, except for prop
erties in the vicinity of Hiwassee
dam and Murphy.
An airplane hanger from World
War I serves as a district shop for
the State Highway Commission at
Wilmington, N. C.
A pet baboon at the Caledonia
Prison Farm in Halifax county,
Ttfnrt.h Carolina, has adopted a
Miss Jennie Elizabeth
Greer Now At Brevard
Miss Jennie Elizabeth Greer,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Greer, of Hazewood, is now taking
summer school at Brevard College,
and will graduate at the end of the
summer session on September 16.
This is the first full-time sum
mer school that Brevard College
Twenty applicants to the Hay
wood county rationing tire board
received their grants here during
the past week, it was learned from
the clerk. :
Among the number were, Public
roads administration, Waynesville,
inspection work of government
construction project, 4 passenger
recaps; Mrs, Sam Brown, Lake
Junaluska, transportation of em
ployes to Wellco Shoe Corp., 2
passenger recaps; Waynesville
Laundry, Waynesville sanitation
service, 2 truck tires and 2 truck
tubes': Anderson Transfer and
Howell Bryson, Waynesville, com
mon carrier, U. S. Navy supplies,
1 truck tire.
Town of Waynesville, mainten
ance water system, 1 truck tube;
Carl Rogers, Clyde, route 1, lum
ber hauler. 2 truck recaps; Viron
Elliott, Waynesville, hauling em
ployes on lumber Operation es
sential to defense, 1 passenger
recap; L. C. Stevens,. Dellwood,
minister, 1 passenger recap; Mrs.
Anna B. Siler, Waynesville, WPA
has offered, C. E. Buckner, sum
mer school director, announces,
with twice as many students regis
tering as there were in last year's
partinie summer school.
Miss Greer is a graduate of An
drews high school, and moved to
Hazelwood October, 1040. She is
majoring in home economics.
Pictured above is Benjamin E.
Colkitt, Jr., who was a member of
the graduating class at Davidson
College, and received a B, S. de
gree in physics pn Monday, June 6.
He is a member of the college band,
Scout work, flying club, president
of the flying club his junior year,
and ' assistant in astronomy.
farm home supervisor, 1 passen
Edd Woody, Cove Creek, hauling
logs, 1 truck tire, 1 truck tube; W.
H. Duckett, Clyde, route 1, haul
ing farm produce and livestock to
market, 2 truck recaps, and 1 truck
tube; Odie Fish, Cove Creek, haul
ing farm products and livestock
to market, 2 truck tubes; J. R.
Plott, Waynesville, hauling farm
Women Will Meet
Friday In Canton
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the Haywood Baptist Associa
tion, will hold its annual meeting
at North Canton church next Fri
day, June 12th, beginning at 10
Mrs. W. D. Briggs, of Raleigh,
state worker, and Mrs. L. E. Jaeck
el, of Hendersonville, will be
among the speakers. The princi
pal address will be made by Mrs.
A. W. Drake, of Hendersonville,
mission study chairman of the
The afternoon session will be
given over to the young people
and is in charge of Mrs. H. K. Mas
teller, young people's leader.
Lunch will be served at the noon
products and livestock, 1 truck re
cap; Rufus Siler, Waynesville,
hauling feed, fuel and . hogs to
market, 2 truck recaps.
Mrs. Sam Queen, Waynesville, '
superintendent of welfare, 1 pas
senger recap; Cecil Cogburn, Way
nesville, hauling logs to C. F. C.,
1 truck tire; Underwood lumber
and Supply Company, Waynesville,
hauling AAA lime, 1 truck tire and
1 truck tube; R. L. Davis, Cove
Creek, hauling logs and acid wood,
1 truck tire; G. H. McCracken,
Waynesville, delivery of parcel
post, 1 truck tube; Mrs. Alma K.
McCracken, Waynesville,' public
health nurse, 1 passenger tire.
Listen To This GOOD NEWS..
"You Can Buy Home Furnishings
on Liberal Credit Terms at
GARRETT FURNITURE STORE
A good soldier sees his duty clearly and is ready to perform it without
A good business man should also clearly understand his duty to his
country, his customers, and himself, and should also be ready to discharge
that duty without hesitation or confusion.
In this total war, we are all soldiers. We all have, or will have, a job
to do and our duty is to do that job simply to the best of our ability
and with all our might and main.
Is furniture retailing a useful occupation? Not as vital as making our
ships, planes, tanks and guns. But the basic needs of the community
must be filled The American Home, in our opinion, is one of the roots
of our entire American civilization that we are fighting for.
Therefore, the men and women who make available to the people in their
trade area, good, serviceable Home Furnishings, at reasonable prices,
are doing an important job essential to maintaining the morale of a
fighting nation. . 4 ';'.
While government regulations
set a minimum for a down
payment, we will be glad to
arrange with you to make
weekly payments to build up
this down payment. Garrett's
will gladly help you buy home
furnishings on liberal credit
Discuss Your Furniture Needs With Us No Obligation
Can Buy On Credit
"Good Values and Friendly Credit"
goat as a foster son.