North Carolina fanners have re- duc.ng ^ unds i J.mugh swap meU^ on farms of
sponded enthusiasUcally to the /’
national need to r^r farm ma- of much I terials, to make more battleships
c'ijiery and to sell scrap ™etel, in ^e S .^gped from Tar;than there are in the world today,
according to reports made to( the more to be K be-'^r enottih 2,000-pound bombs to
state USDA War Board. Machin- Heel farms. New appealilf'l be- .w enoBgn z.uo p
ery must be. in tip-top shape for jug made for more
production of urgently needed war f.’rms by the w r
^ atata- Ml -
tintit on highways 4U.
from the intersection Wth }16
through the. jWilfceshoros and west
to, Millers dreek at 46 miles per
hour. ‘ .*
Ten miles of that busy artery of
travel in Wilkes was listed in the
restricted speed zones as set up
last week by the highway commis
sion in Raleigh.
The comnrission listed 180 re
stricted speed zones in the state.
Of that number 116 will have 36-
miles-per-hour limit and 25 will be
in the 45 classification. >
North iWilkesboro is being eon
sidered as tile kxiation for a large
poultry dressing plant, J. B.
Snipes, county agent, said today.
Representatives of Swift and
Company Lave visited Wilkes and
The speed zoning was at tne , '~~r ' ‘ . . ■
suggest^ of ^mor J. m. ‘^is iiectio^umter consitte^
BrSton, who urged the meas-|?'°"
ure in the interest of safety.
U. S. 421 XBoone Trail) carries! have conferred with repre-
f from drop 3 a minute for more than ^ amount of traffic through j sentativea of the extowion service
action I tk*ee years; or enough 100-pound Wilkesboros and west to Mil- have learned that Wilkes is
mops this year, and scrap metal
is essential for steel mills pro- slewing down due to laca oi w rap ^ _
are!bombs to, drop one every second
ON LAST DAY WILKES COURT TERM-
29 inducted By
Qgji Wiikes Selective
Service Board 1
office Of Parkway
Bus Company Here
Office of Parkway Bus com
pany bail been moved ijlpm M'O
east of Wllkes-
of Ninth and A streets. Shop and
garage of the company will re
main at the Brooks building.
W. A. Hardlster is manager of
the office, which is well equip
ped. His assistants are Chalmer
’ Dyer and Miiss Maiie Woodie. r
Chardi let» i* M^tha For
Nowrly Fatal Aialullt On
Charlie CirUoA Here
Defendants in three homicide
esaes were sentenced for man
Slaughter at the close of court. I(j,j„ghter of E. O. Woodie. who is
Judge J. H. Clement meted
sentences to John Goss, Robert |
Chatham and Wilmer Byrd
of the company. It w-.-; re
ported at the office today tliat
local bus travel has greately in
creased On account of many w'hn
are conserving tires :,n their an
Goss, blind merchant of the
Doughton community who fatally
short Paul Wall, of State Road, at
Goss’ store, received a sentence of
from two to five years in the state
penitentiary. Goss was convicted
Robert Chatham, who entered a
plea of manslaughter for fatally
stabbing Royal McCarter in Wil^
keaboro, received a sentence of 12 r«
to 14 years at hard labor in state Entire Building Renovated,
piipjn*. ! Large Stock of New Mer-
Wilmer Bynd, who fa rUy sho* : Purchased
J. D. Wiles, Dockery youth, plead
gi-ilty to manslanghter and was'
sentenced to 12 to lo years in jamaged by fire several
Wilkes draf* hoard number 1
lists the following as most re
cently inducted into the erroed
forces from that draft board
Cyrus B. Whittington, Joseph
Clemans Miller, Cla.ude Roose
velt Estep, Hiram Joseph South,
er, Arthur Gentle,‘Thelma Cleve
land Gray, Wtiliem' Hobart
Johnson, Earl TrtlM^
Monroe Call, John* Theina* Byrt!
Alfred Roea ChoMh, James Gor^
don Kilby, 'Ray Ltnsey Hnyes,
Carl Ford Teague, Clanton Pre-
vet te. David Wilson Mllle.%
Chrrlle Worth Haynes. Willard
Conley Land, William Eugene
Jones. Roger Olbhs Welborn.
William Odell Haynes, Wayne
.Vinton, Vender Thomas Muyber-
ry. C«rl Calloway, Lloyd Elmer
Johnson. Arvel GraV.t Dyer and
Thomas Wilson Lendermrn.
Bare’s Fair Store
to Reopen Friday
lerr Creek. Over that ten-mile
section there are many curves to
mak..i hazards greater.
Othei^ restricted speed zones in
this part of the state were listed as
follows: 90 through Hiddenite and
Stony Point in Alexander county;
221 from Jefferson to West Jeffer
son in Ashe county.
8:30 A. M. TO 5:30 P. M.—
thei Duke Pbiw.coiaBaiiy touUd-
ing Jn thto cltit' 4ni ^
regiitpatHm All dpy
to 5:30 p, m. .4
Previioutly fhe owtee had been
open all day but from 8:30 to
1:00 were deslgna'ed as hours
to accept applications tor work.
one of the largest poultry produc
big counties in the entire south
It is understood here that three
ether'North Carolina counties are
being considered for location of
such a plant -and that efforts will
be made to induce the company to
The matter was brought up in
the meeting of the Klwanls club
here Friday and was referred to
the Public Affairs committee for
The Pailjr Capadt|r Can Bi
Dtmhled Or Increaii^
Half MilUon Pounds
Rochester man’s three sons were
killed in naval action.
Members of American Legion post
unneh first actual training of civil
ian defenae anxiUary fire depart
ment at the Chicago fire depart
ment’s training school. Here class
members learn beyf to handle a hose
line while on a -Mdder, Def^
officials hope to train U,a
smoke esters In Chiesgo.
GAVE NO REASON FOR TAKING OWN LIFE—
To End Thursday
Mrs. Zora CSiurch Nichols,
age 87, died at the Wilkes
hospital here Friday afternoon
from a dose of idrychnine
which, she had just purchased
at a local drug store.
She is reported to have called
for powdered strychnine at the
drug store, saying that she was
getng to use it for rat poisoning.
A short time later .she (old
an acquaintance nearby that
she was U1 and he carried her
to tlie hospital, where she dlid
in a very short time. At the
hospKal she .‘4ated tlmt she
had taken strjchnlue but gave
Eighteen Members Of
Cross Home Nursing Class
To Get Certificates
Fir.st Red Cross home nursing
fiauiv Ittiuagcv* w.v ril.'ih ivw iivrt**w
tate prison. . , ago, will re-open for busi-'dass will end here Thursday mom-
•_ here "css on both floors Friday, March jj,g when certificates will be pre-
ed Charlie 20. ' rented to 18 members.
Febmary 14, Ppni,in«rton The building has been renovated At the final session demonstra-
of 18 months. Bru ^ . ,Vroughout and new fixtures have jiop woik will be carried out and
a srfdier on ” been installed.The new equipment tj,e public is invited. ,
to Mountain Ci F, his purchased and installed with: Wor.'t of the class vyas reviewed
^ ^*”ju^ter* vein “ntB he » ^ Riving a modem, con-j at a lea at the Woman’s Club
Northwestern North Carolina
; district welfare conference will be
! held at the Robert E. Lee Hotel in |
j Winston-Salem on March 31, be
ginning at ten a. m.
A. W. Cline, president, will pre-j
side. Speakers will include the — ^
.following: , Fred A. Hoehler, ofi Rev. Mr. Vestal
D I Chicago, director of the American . . , —
Welfare association; Mrs. W. T.j Claimed By Ucath
' Bost, state superintendent of wel-!
fare: R. Eugene Brown, state di-j Rev. B. H. Vestal, of Wlns'on-
rector of onblie assistance; and | Salem, evangelbt who conduc
Di-. Frank P. deVyver, merit exam- j ted several revivals here and
illations supervisor. i nearby, died Saturday.
All persons interested in public j He was well known through-
i welfare are asked to attend. | out this section of the state and
Those in Wilkes who plan to go! many friends receive *he news of
should notify the county welfare'his death with sadness,
office prior to the conference date.'
no reason for her act.
Mrs. Nlriiols was bom nitA
reared in the fongo commu
nity, a daughter of Z. R. and
Mira Jane Poster Church. She
obtained a divorce .several
years ago from her husband
and had been making her lioiiie
two nille-i west of Millers tVeek
on hlgliway 421. She leaves
two daughtei's, Inez and .\vis
t'unenil service was held
Sunday, tliree p. ni.. at I’ilgriiii
Baptist cliurch witli Uev. A. W ■
Eller in cliarge.
reached the hospital. .
Kay Davis, for assault with
*55 weapon. ««eived a two- Mr. and Mi
venient and pleasant merchandis-
house Thursday when several
guests were present. The class
presented the nurse. Miss Erkson
NOT ALL THAT BAD—
mr. aiiu G. T. Bare have pr^Lsenteo tne nurse, misci k,i«;ow,.
— ' J ■ 1 bteu the merchandise markets ^jj}, ^ present in appreciation of
yMr r^ the *‘®ve purchased thousands of her work.
ca*^ ^ M. Joines pn-.-h of which was secured at old
gii^ Joines. price quotations. Thesu savings
thTtarm Judge I "'1! ^ passed on to ihe customers
the third week of the term. J»dsej ^
UM D. " I aH%« i.viud u. vl.ft th. r,.
prealdliig ana novated store. Further details on
tMfore the court K opening may be found i: an
advertisemept elsewhere in this
Thirty-one 4->H Club memibers
of Duplin county have set out
300 black walnut tree as club
projects, reports L. F. Weeks,
assistant farm agent.
Lincoln county farmers ere
rapidly increasing their acreage
of barley, using new improved
■yarletles, reports J. W. Webster,
assistant farm agent of the N. C.
State College Extension Service.
Judge J. H. Clement, who pre-
over court during the past
■ t^o *eeks, 1s holding court else
where In the district and Judge
Johnson was assign^ by the - . .
governor to Wilkes this week C|j|c|(e||S LOOSC III
SPRING HERE AND-
Liquor Authorities Say Big Booze
Loads Sot Going td Small Places
Raleigh.—ABC 'oflleers who pe- r piedmont shipments will be fotmd,ia greatly sim^^
^ * V . • - . «r * • 11 aV-4. PMf fK* A^BC offi
police Here Raid
Ida .Redmon Home
ruse the booze statistios fpmished in Qiose small towns, tlmt Troy,
seasonally by the Oraetwhoro Dally, Montgomery, does not receive any
News, inform repsfs*i«tetivea df! 6 000 gallons a monA from, rfl the
But tile ABC officials have no
authority for going into dry terri
tory. They could not go there on
North Wilkesboro police Satur
day night fomid
day ni^t s'* ^Regar^ws^of^l^her condl-|Erlan^*and''o^wteSri« points,’iMonioraeiy sheriff * Blwne
mooMWne ^ | tions prevailing, the police know j it will be found that ttgUiinor is Las dedar^ tiiat no such b^tam I^embw ^ North Klnley itody. Oepegfi,.
r- Ida Rodmon, Jo«l i/fthat spring is here because com-j rot sold from those points. in illicit liqaw. is done, .j.^t J* fSrlc Gre«ks- I P«nnit for purchase rfilsw an- Biledge, Cloero Hall, EbMaw
, She was tried m city c^^t « P hL begun to pour to In a word, tt » « what enhnot foBim the Wilkes^w. ^
™ninglo^ and!.ppear8tobetruatwortiweridm«taiBnot.p^ri«riaajterihe« they.b«^.gh PJtt.^J^^xr„i,v..^ -
PJayin* vegetable and• strengtinned by" rtMtottalisatlon, trarL The giiess of the officOT Htchwy,
,1^ week ^ was ^ nower gardens. - jthat these small places age not re-da that when one .se« betwMn S!
kdisn* ^ ^ persons to[ceiving these big,.shlniuM»t8, but 000 and 20,000 gallons of liqnor. hunch-ofCwde.
four l*X^moWbi^n ^ chickens to keej)’ that big towns are Shug Uta 11- going from one haus^ tw^ or at lan^, e^ gS^
dgtton she not vi . p confined as city laws pro-1 quor through the deyfcta pf biaiiw »o*t throe nien m tWlftes, tiie i^l Purlser^aOd^wmM^m^^
taws. vide. ‘With the need, for produc-|the boose to the Utk(#:9)aces. 0Bs;pleee of delivery is, to some I,. basis of ac-
i> fta Piw Day* ®oy Bonds— tion of food so great this yearjof the best informed JH fjitise oh- town 1^6re«iri>«^, Wtostoo^-,^ 5*?*
* ■ ttt^ too la'e: too bad! damage to newiy planted gardensi servers whose busiajiifalt iy to fol- fcm or ^amrlotte. Pot &wn Ifi a turi ba^^_ ^
tas* s«U4a time to buy D. S.tby loose’ ehWmns cannot be tol- low liquor, says that wheqr the plaee of W.000 to 100,^ ^^LSm^On Pager Bight) '
BUsTboSs and Staujps. mvted. Unith Is known very^ll^ of **P^ ^mtrflmW . ®«g’*** ^
company, 2 bus tires; Wilson Lum--g^^^j. gpicer, Horace Pri-
ber company; 1 truck tire and wood. Charlie Burtmi JrrWlt,
tube; Turner M. Insct^, 2 o^- mnk Baugnii*, Jaittis
WT B BBTsia I INews, inform repsfsenpiuves « ''' Vu -l'Y-rnoWi .pnatorisl courte- ’*** “"** tubes; Walt« An- Byrd, Olen Bowers. 6w-
re’Jgious organ 4f and bpases in the oonnti^ It was carried do™®®* ,**'*’ mel James Shepherd,, JamBt^.f!T-
ilOlTD Tf lalhCSI/Ua V ^-hen these huge shiprnents are Enlarger, Cycle and PurL^ ^ sy. or som^.^^^K Gwritney 2 obwtete
erett Hayes. Lewis Edgar ’Ho-
traced from origin to dSsttoation no inch feommerce m alcohqL (m th^ ^ Urea and tubes; David Pr^ Theodore CaUoWhy ■* Ban
in these tankers toboulld Jte North As much has been intimated hy ago t^t 46^ of ^ retreads; 'Walter Qmm
'Vilkeshoro, Troy, Ojp^^Puiiear, sheriffs of those countim. The had be^ artri dnriwt Amtorsen, truck retread; J®™** onmes, Wllllsm Natttua
- - - - «tna« nlnmxi ittv.a llhuted 4BU% .UUnug naMoniTAr r*r
Police Chief J. E. Walker knows
Pennits To Buy
Tires, Aiitos Here
Twenty-six dairy products will
be manufactured in the Cobte,
Dairy Products plant under eon.
stnictlon In 'Wllkeeboro, accord-
I ing to a statemedr by John Brown
field reptceentative, in an addreoa
before the North 'Wllkc&boro Ki-^
The subject of the address by
Mr. Brown, who was presented by,
J, B. Snipes, county agent, at th*
request of W. D. Halfacre, pro
gram chairman, was "Dairying,’*
He gave many illastrations about
how derolopment of a livestock,
lime and legumes program of ag-
ricdlinfe can benefit the county.
Relative to the plant In WilkeS-
boro, he said that powdered milk
will be manufactured and other
products will Include high qual
ity cream, sweet cream butter.
Ice cream mix, cottage cheese by
the ton and many other dairy
The plant, which may be com
pleted In April, te being construc
ted at a cost of about $210,000,
and has a priority rating of A-2,
second only to manufacture of
armaments and equipment for
the armed forces at the nation.
The capacity of the plant will,
be 125,000 pounds of milk per
12 hear day, which can be d««b-
IqjUjL ^ciyary, gmA
^eonld be lileteased ^to 600,d4fi‘
pounds daily, * '
The Lexington plant of the
company has a receiving station
here and is paying $52,000 every
two week.s to 36,000 farmers In
this part of the state. The speak
er urged the club to encourage
greater development" of the dai
rying branch of agricul’ure in
Wilkes. B. B. Broome, who will
be manager of the Wilkesboro
plant, was presented to the club.
I • At the me^tiii^r Friday, Cecil
I Adams reported that J. B. McCoy
and H. M. Hutchens had attended
a two-day training school held at
' State College last week for indus
trial protection against sabotage
and stated that a meeting will be .
held at the town hall tonight,
7:30, to give them an opportunity
to make a report of the meeting
to representatives of local indus
NOW IN SERVICE—
Wilkes rationing boards in regu
lar meeting last week issued per
mits to eligibles for purchase of
tires and for automobiles ■ under
Following is the report of board
number 1 for the past two weeks:
Week of March 2-8
James Howard Edminston, truck
tire; P. E. Dancy, 2 truck tires;
Clifford Triplett,- 2 auto tires;
Wilkes Board of Education, 5
school bus tires; James JSVashing-
tbn Maitin. 3 auto tires; Blue
Ridge Hatchery, 2 truck tires.
Permits to get automobiles
bought prior to January 1, were
gi anted to D. R. Parker and Dal
las Parks. ,
Week of March 9-15
Walter Anderson, truck tire;
Robert Glenn Vannoy, 1 passenger
car tire; Glenn B. Carlton, I pas
senger car tire; Parkway Bus
Men Inducted By
Wilkes Board 2
Wilkes* draft hoard number
two lists the following who were
inducted into the armed forces
from board number two area
since the Ui-t p^’i-iication of the
names of Inducted men
Reece McCoy Higgins, Carl EK
Dawis, Charlee Garvey Hall.
Ruben. Edward Eller, Howard
Franklin I>w8, Charlie Glens
Hlggin". Wllllsm Crusoe Owens,
John Calvin Wyatt, Jr., Dewey
•Calvin Collins, FYed Byadan
Byrd, John Allen Parller, Roykl
Wes*. Wnile Lee Kealah, Clefide
Eugene Johnson. Boel BVerrite
Sparks. Dympae Roieii, Pofiila
Dock Carson. Rester Frank Blaick-
burn. Oscar Martin Shumate.
Henderson, passenger car C. Drsbon. Micdb^
- BOARDNVMBKRS '
*fli«.|»gnkr wattey ffiariii*.; of
tb« Aatlofiing Btaird wa» bt«d
mdsy. All were frasent.
’ The following store fasuad tsaf- __
tlfieauB ta »nrchaaa tttaa ogttuC'rlwi
tubes: Wllkaa Tto *nd Store
' iConttooed Ob
_ ,S. C.-4t
nc« ix^sd SoanfiR