The Waynesville mountaineer. (Waynesville, Haywood Co., N.C.) 1925-1972, November 23, 1944, Image 1
'HE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER V too" kV imuwiuuuuL Published In The County Seat Of Haywood Countr At The Eastern Entrance Of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park NO. 46 12 Pages wavwpvii ?p w n Tuimcniv navrurrr 95 iQii in. Dav Nearer Victor) $1.75 In Advance In Haywood and Jacuoa umuiuot F($ Ldi PI PaosM S(BDDDg SJQuS I "ownships Work To Meet Quota ring Gets Off Satisfactory ft In Haywood Lial Inducement To Be L At Waynesville-Can- Came Today To Sell ds. ujth wr loan campaign got . Mtisfactory start Mon- orning, with a total of $33,- , :f invested in bonds in the Llle half of the county on . nJ Tuesday, oeumg .Mterdav reported fairly Lift up to noon Wednesday. township in the county is fien credit for all sales 1 their quotas, as set by the campaign leaders. U at the annual Canton- sfille football game in tan- djes will be Uken for bonds, rival coniesi eiagEu towns on buying bonds. Brooks, chairman of the trea, said no advertising I i i ii. fit would oe useu uver we address system, and all time ted to a play-by-play des- L of the game would be given war bond campaign. Much it is expected to result in tne Id baying by citizons of the Ins. some purcnases were yesterday to be made at be today. thermometers below show Lsults of bond purchases in Hit township comprising this In the Canton area buying ported satisfactory. Quotas pen set np for the five town- ii that area. The quotas dam $298,000 25,00 s,ood hti 6,000 26,000 Ion and Waynesville are each half of the county quota of 0. rallies are set for the coun- lt we k on the 27th at the school, with the Canton band kakers from the Moore Gene- spital attending. This will ,at 7:110, with W. P. White chairman of that area, in assisted by Morris Brooks 'ton, and W. Roy Francis;, chairman. On December similar rally will be Meld CljnV school. Homer Henry irman of trie Clvde townshiD an. Francis said vesterdav? "At asnn today we stop and tanks we have all the more ar.kful for. We can show knks in manv wavs this vear. tinn to participating in re services, we can and should ht-iiv.ly in bonds in appre of what our country is fight-preserve." solved Union p $187 To b Campaign 'ocal Union. No. 48. at TIovIa "ineton, Company, Inc., in "J"V" their affiliation with f'in Federation of Labor, 1 p l:mds in their treasury the H iywood infantile Pa Pond. fh(, amount was Nrdmg to Jo-iathan Woodv. J"1 of the campaign in the exhibits a fine spirit from '"" of the organization," pointed out. wMty had a quota last year raised $1,875.88 during ft cents per person in Hay- the work of the Mr. Woody cited that '"e last turn uraolr. Vo. r additional polio eases from fclTour . th Local No. 48 aoont exhausted.'' Newton Cook, of .T.Vn. siting her parents, Mr. in. v" Coman- P'ans lr home tho n v.;. "i Wll K ... per "".-umpaiuea oy J! Hj" has returned from m . "u,,w rs. oyaie j. e,n route visited Mr. and Mrs. A m Jacksonville. DAR Winner i , " t M t MISS JANE WYCHE, daughU-r of Mrs. Troy Wyche, who has been chosen to represent the local high school and the Dorcas Bell Love DAR Chapter in the State Pil grimage and Citizenship contest. Jane Wyche Chosen To Compete In DAR Contest Jane Wyche, daughter of Mrs. Troy Wycbe, has been chosen to represent the Waynesville Town ship high school in the annual State Pilgrimage Good Citizen ship contest sponsored by the North Carolina Society Daughters of the American Revolution, In the state, and locally by the Dorcus Bell Love chapter. The selection of the Good Citi sen is made each year from the senior class of the high schools in the state. The student body nom inates three girls and from that group the faculty makes the final selection. The girls chosen by the tudents must possess the follow ing outstanding qualities: depend ability, service, leadership and pa triotism. She is required to com- rtile a scrapbook of her school, IShurch and community activities during her four years in high school. The scrap book is sent to the state chairman and ia placed in competition with others through out the state. Miss Wyche, a well known musi cian, who han been heard over WWNC, has been active in com munity and church work, as well as outstanding in scholarship. She is a Girl Scout, an officer of the Junior Music Club, and has held various offices in school during the entire four years. In recognition of her musical talent she was awarded a superior rating in a state-wide contest. She has assisted in kindergarten in teaching children to sing. She has served the various organizations of the town in many occasions. Hallett Ward Heads Boy Scouts In County Haywood Will Observe Juiet Thanksgiving Union Services At Nine Today, Annual Football Came At Two This After noon. The usual routine of Thanksgiv ing will carry through the day, starting with the union Thanksgiv ing service to be held at the Pres byterian church at 9 o'clock, with Rev. Leonard Elliott, pastor of the First Baptist church, delivering the sermon. Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, pastor of the Presbyterian church, will preside at the service. Rev. J. Clay Madison, pastor of the First Methodist church, will offer the Thanksgiving prayer and Rev Robt. G. Tatuin, rector of Grace Rnisronal church, will read the Scripture lesson. Special music will be furnished by the combined choirs of the four churches taking part In the ser vice. Charles Isley will serve as director of the choir and Mrs. L. M. Richeson will be organist The offering will be divided among the churches participating and be sent to orphan homes sup ported by the churches. The schools of the community will t closed all day and will re sume again on Friday. The bank and all business firms will be closed and all offices at the court house, with the exception of the sheriff's department, will also he closed for the day. The highlight of the afternoon will be the annual football game between Canton and Waynesville, which will he played this year in the Canton stadium. Wm. Chambers Is Being Held By Nazis As Prisoner Pvt. Wm. M- Chambers, who was reported missing several months ago, is a prisoner of war and sta tioned in G(rmany, according to a message received from the Red Cross by his father, Wm. M. Cham bers of Hazelwood on the 16th. Pvt. Chambers has been over seas about a year, and is attatched to the medical corps. His brother, Ralph Chambers, has been a prisoner of the Germans for the past eleven months. He was in the air corps. The brief message stated details of his wh:reahouts were being sent his family. District Officers Are Named For the Coming Year, Will He Installed On 18th. Hallett Ward was named dis trict chairman for the I'igeon River District of Boy Scouts, which comprises all of Haywood county. Bonj. E. Colkitt is vice president of the Daniel Boone Council. Other district officers are: Dr. E. P. Pillups, district vice chair man; Louis Gates, district com missioner; George Bishoff, assist ant district commissioner, and neighborhood commisiotiers are L. A. Mcliin; Malcolm Lyon, Rev. Miles A. McLean and Rev G. R. Culbreth. The district committee at huge is composed of W. P. Lawrence, Dr. S. P. Gay, M. 11. Bowles, Benj. E. Colkitt, Joe Rose, Edwin Haynes, Dr. C. N. Sisk, Douglas Walter, Malcolm Williamson, Dan Watkins, Dr. V. II . Dnckett, Edwin Potts. E. A. Williamson, Charles Klopp, Hessie Yerrell, W. P. Whitesides, Howard Clapp, Pau) f, Sherherd, Dr. A. B B.ottoms, Hugh Rogers, Guy Massie, and Giij Roberts. The institutional representatives are: Troop 1, Glenn Howell; Troop 2, Stanley F. Bradirtg; Troop 4, Fillet C. Holland; Troop 5, L. C. Davis; troop 7, W. P. Lawrence; Troop 8, Carroll Morrow; Troop 9, Glenn Brown; Troop 1, Lowrey O. Ferguson; Troop 12, Hugh K. Terrell; Trooni W Wayne M. Smathami Troefr) 14, George B. Culbreth; Troop 16, Thos. Irwin; Pack 2, C. C. Poindexter, and Pack 5, J. C. Madison. Plans are underway to huve the installationul meeting on Decem ber 18th The place will be de cided later Rat Poison Is Being Placed In Community A special preparation of rat pois on will be available Friday and Saturday at the county agents of fice. The poison is put up in three pound packages and will sell for $1. Instructions are on each pack age. During the past week some 600 pounds of specially prepared pois on was put out in Hazelwood in the extermination campaign. The cam paign ig being staged by experts of the department of agriculture. Beer Dealers On Trial; Sentence Given 1 Violator Many Cases To Be Dispos ed Of During Present Term of Court Here. True bills of indictment were found by the Grand Jury against ten places in Haywood county sell ing wines and beers, during the November term of criminal court, which convened here on Monday with Judge Zeb V. Nettles of Ashe ville, presiding. Six of the places were located in Waynesville; one in Haeclwood and three in Canton. In the majority of instances in addition to being charged with being a public nui- .1 sauce, mere were aiso cnarges against some of them for selling intoxicants and cigarettes to min ors. In one case the jury made three indictments, with two counts to each indictment. Judgment had been handed down in only one case, as The Mountain eer went" to press yesterday after noon. Glenn Moore of Canton, was ordered to close his place of busi ness and was given a five years suspended sentence. He was fined $500 and required to make bond for $500. Since Monday morning ten di vorces had been granted through late yesterday afternoon. Others were expected to be tried later. A true bill was also fuond by the Grand Jury against a gaming house operating in WaynesTillo, the case to be tried later la the wek. Federation Acquires Business Property to House Locker Unit KURT WEILL IN NAVY Kurt Weill is now at Bainbridge, Md., where he is taking boot train ing in the Naval Training Station there. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weill, and before enter ing the service was a student at Davidson College. Gives Out Plans $3,109 Raised For United War Fund In Section The Waynesville area has raised .'1,109.40 for the United War Fund Drivi , it was learned here yester day. Some plants are yet to re port, and the Canton area has not made a formal report of the work in that section. Cpl. Victor Nobech On Two Weeks Furlough Cpl. Victor Nobeck is spending a two weeks furlough with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Nobeck on Hazel Street. Cpl. Nobeck is stationed with a signal corps unit at Oeoee, Fla. He has been in service for the past two years and hi fore going into the army, was employed at Dayton Rubber Manu facturing Company. ON BUYING TRIP E. J. Lilius will return Friday from a buying trip to New York and Chicago, where he went to buy merchandise for his jewelery store here. Mrs. Kate Morris has returned to BlirrT City, Tcnn., after visiting relatives here. JAMES (5. K. McCLUKE, presi; dent of the Fanners Federation aiiuouiK (. ! Tue Iuy that plans were completed for establishing a fiw.en food locker in the building the organization purchased this week. Last Rites Held Monday Afternoon For W. A. Grahl Lant rites were conducted Mon day afternoon at 2 o'clock H the Preshyterian Church for William A. GrhfH tlr4 Haywood eonnty tefttor -eatrWwr tarwwi 'fw h HH In a"hopitjil in Dalton, G., FrV May night. Rev. S. R. Crockett, pastor "of the Hazelwood Presby terian church and former pastor of Mr. Grahl, and Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, pastor, officiated. Bur ial was in Green Hill cemetery. Serving as pallb urers were the following p.ititmasters of the Wuy nesville Masonic Lodge; Dr. J. R. McCnuken, W. L. Hardin, J. M Queen, F. G. Rippetoc, L. M. Kil lian and C. B. llomiflook. The Masonic Lodge, of which Mr. (Iiahl was a paymaster, had a part in the services. Mr. Grahl, a native of Haywood county, upon retir: merit from the mail carrier service ten years ago, bought a farm near Dalton, Ga., where he and Mrs. Grahl had re sided until May of this year, when tliey came hack here to live. Surviving are his widow, Mrs Laura Clark Grahl; one daughter Mrs. Sum (J. Plolt of Chalsworth, Ga.; two sons, Wayne Grahl of Clinton, Term., and Linwood Grahl of Waynesville; ten grandchildren; three brothers, J. C. Grahl of Beth el, Jess Grahl of Birmingham, Ala. an,) George P. Grahl of Liberty, Mo.; three sisters, Mrs. Maggie Thomas of Birmingham, Mrs. Emma Drriton of Greenville, S. C, and Mrs. Way Cook of Medford, Ore. Formal Announcement of Plans Made By James G. K. McCIure To Business Men. Officials of tfhe Farmers Federa tion this week purchased the Ray- Shelton buildings at the corner of Commerce and Depot Streets, and) are going ahead with plans to in stall a 400-locker froxen food plant, according to formal announcement made to a group of business men and) farmers by James G- K. Mc CIure, president, here Tuesday night. The deeds for the property were completed this week. The proper ty faces 74 feet on Commerce Street and extends back 146 feet on Depot Street The property in cludes the building now occupied by the local Federation store anH warehouse. Engineers have been over the building, and plans made for the installation of the plant as soon as the War Production Board ap proves the plans. Before applica tion can be made to WPB, at least 240 of the proposed 400 lockers must be rented and rental collected for a year. This requirement has been setup so that the WPB may be assured that whatever new plants are approved will be fully utilized. Mr. JJcClure bad with him seve ral officials of the Federation Tues day eight, and at a supper meet ing the Maples, detailed expUa natlms of the operation of tike freei locker units were explained- Y t Austin, specialist in frees lof k ev the mechanics f the SX and explained how meat. Ajf11" irom were handled War Bond Quotas For Eight Townships CRABTREE TOWNSHIP 23,500 Quota i R. p. MeOacken Chairman Mrs. G. C- Parmer Co-Chairman CATALOOCHKK And BIG CREEK 2,000 Quota (156.25 Mack Caldwell Chairman Mrs. Mark Hannah Co-Chairman WHITE OAK TOWNSHIP $4,500 Quota 325.00 Bill Williams Chairman Mrs. A. L. Bramlett Co-Chairman I JONATHAN CREEK 18.000 Quota s -12Ti.OO Medford Leathtrwood Chairman Mrs. W. T. Rainer Co-Chairman UN EH CREEK TOWNSHIP $34,000 Quota -$2,675.00 F. M. Noland Chairman Mrs. Carl S. Green Co-Chairman IVY HILL TOWNSHIP $12,500 Quota $825.00 D. J. Boyd Chairman Mrs. Jim Plott Co-Chairman IKON DUFF TOWNSHIP $11,000 Quota -(700.00 T. C. Davis Chairman Mrs. Hardy Caldwell Co-Chairman WAYNESVILLE TOWNSHIP (251.000 Quota 425,518.75 C N. Allen Chairman Mrs. Henry Francis Co-Chairman When You Buy Bonds, Be Sure To Designate Your Township in fhtf -BiiTit." - Mr. - Austin la f charge of the Federation's two plants one in Asheville and one in Hendersonville. He pointed out that a waiting list was being held in both places for customers want ing lockers. The lockers are about six cubic feet each. All foods going into the lockers are first handled by experienced people, and given a quick freeze be fore being put into the lockers. Meats are cut and wrapped to indi vidual specifications, depending on the size family. Berries, fruits and ---Continued on page 12) Tuberculosis Christmas Seals Offered On Nov. 27 The annual sale of Tuberculosis Christmas seals will start on No vember 27, according to Mrs. Frank Ferguson, chairman. The seals may be had from the office of the coun ty, superintendent of education In the court house. All teachers and principals of schools in the county are request ed to get their supplies and stamps from the county superintendent's office. The stamps will be sold in the schools, through industries and by mail. Seventy-five per cent of the money raised from the sale is kept in the community. Last year the sales totaled over $400 and the money was spent in giving food and other necessary supplies to tuberculosis patients and suspects in the county. A committee from the Woman's Club will cooperate with Mrs.. Fer guson in working the mailing lists. Mrs. Hazel Eaton, Lake Resident, Hies From Stroke Mrs. Hazel Harris Eaton, who suffered a stroke on Tuesday died' around 7 o'clock on the same day at the Haywood County Hospital. Mrs. Eaton was a native of Macon, ua. ane Duiit. a summer home at Lake Junaluska twentv vears am and had resided at her residence there during the summer months and made her home at Sunset Cot tage in the winter. During the life of her husbband, the late Oifford Eaton, she resid ed in Vermont. The body was shipped yesterday to Macon, Ga., where the funeral services and burial will be held. She is survived by several broth ers and sisters.