)Y. AUGUST 25, 1938
THE WAYXESYILLE MOUNTAINEER
ilk Is Aniong
Test For Drinks
In Summer Iimej
Hedy Lamarr Looms as New Movie Quern
Follomng Hit in American Film Debut
U -1 '
.jlt Needed During
Months To Replace
,,-t By Prespriation
. , make the best hot
"ux they are nour
as refreshing, said
state home dem
1 7- ' -it State College.
","VrA. rood value of the
'..'"i.atf :nore calories in
,' VlrunK'l. fruit pulp or
ir.gudients that may
. ; -id extracts make
Nutmeg and cinna
i, crinkled on top the
,.f mint growing in
i a .;! suppb' an attrac-
,' shake, crush very
Tt. a pulp, then shake
u::h :mlk until it is blend
.'v, u:hcr soft fruits may
.' '"a like manner. A "float"
tily by placing a scoop
..,, in the milk shake.
'.u':, a dash of salt to milk
.,! r'lin summer drinks.
,'njy improves the flavor, but
.i.'iui u replace the large
,1" sait lost in perspira
.. h"l weather.
.u.r of fact, Miss Current
N u.-e to use plenty of salt
j jr , too when the mcr-
aiiN 10 or 100 degrees.
vniit K OK HONI) KLKCTION
, ,i . lictii'ii will be held in the
kw::,:' W.viH-ville at the usual poll-
... n -hi- lmh dav ol iseptemDer,
, , .... .u ;n k
j a'. w'ikTi nine un-ic win m.
, . .i ...,. ,.f ik T.iiin
f ft aviii-sN slU- for their approval, an
, iira'iie hi iiU'lure auopieu, huwui -
mk! constructing and laying a
Ler line .including the acquiring of
Ata will In- levied lor the payment
Bv i-nli-r uf the Board of Aldermen
the Tuwri "1' Waynesville.
Th,- the JJth day of August, 10:J8.
HKHWIU A. LOVE,
S'o. Tj.S-A.ugi 25-Sept. 1-8-15.
InOTKE SKKV1NG SUMMONS HY
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
I'amw V. Keed
:-Ja W wlsev Heed, Thomasene
lHiWt.ll i: rimmer, Kenneth E.
I Brimmer, Alder 1: will Dent and
kildull II. Dent.
The defendants, Thomasene How-
Brimmer, Kenneth E. Brimmer.
Akitn H.Avell Dent and Gordon H.
Jmt will take notice that an action
Itctitltd as above has been cora-
Micnl in the Sunerior Court, nf
jHayuMiJ Comity, North Carolina, to
wlait- the said 'defendants trusstees
If an txiu.ss trust for the benefit of
s W. Heed, nlaintiff of that- ror-
:a:n lan.l -lyinir and heini nn Doll-
l'"J Ruad in HavwonH Cnnnrv
tat? ut Nui ill .Carolina, and mnre
T. Hannah, trustee, to Thomasene
i. unty, dated the 1.3th day of
Vv.n li, i'.i:;8, and recorded in Re-
Heeds Hooks 79. nno-o fiS nf.
if the Kegister of .Deeds, Hay-
vyuumy; and the said defendants
w further take notice that they are
to appear at the office of
t Clerk of the Superior Court of
naywomi Ch i,,,.. i. .l. (i . i
- . ,. Ue vounnouse in
vayrvill,, N. C., within thirty days
the 2th day of September, 1938,
.answer' w ,l.mur to complaint in
1 1 ,l (" lnc Plaintiff will apply
. Ulu rt.ei aemanaeu
B .""I complaint. .
I Rm- - X ' lnc superior Court of
I -.ultt:,,,, ,,,. XT
'".s jtie 24th day of August, 1938.
K. 25-Sept. 1-8-15.
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f'r ,u.we win pay to
k prm"s following prices:
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EGGS, doz. . 24c
"ENS, lb 19,
f RVERS, lb ir.
rans' Mustard and Squash
At Market Prices
M Produce Co.
Iaynesville AsheyiHg Rd.
lcnncsc rSeautv May Displace Marlenc Uietrich
j ; i
as No. 1 Glamor Girl of Hollywood
fefel pi A
Cavorting on the beach lEll j...------ -Jt
.5&gy l Hedy Lamarr
Popular In Pisgah
Fourteen well-equipped camping
areas in the Pisgah National Forest
are among: the popular recreation cen
ters in tiiis section this season. Lo
cated in the three divisions of the
Pisgah Forest the camping areas
are situated near main traveled high-
ways and are within easy reach of
j touring visitors.
J A total of 150,804 persons visited
j six of the recreation areas during
j July according to national forest
figures. Of this total L'L'.W were
I picnickers, 2.828 were campers, and
j 1,208 visited the areas principally for
swimming in the pools provided at a
number of the camping centers.
The most popular camping center
was North Mills Kiver which at t ratt
er 8,iST persons during July. All of
the camping areas are couimieil with
outdoor tire places, sanitary facilities,!
good water supply, and all are land
scaped to make the eamp grounds j
attractive to visitors.
Totals for other popular camping!
anas m trie national forest during
July were Carolina Hemlock camp
ing grounds 7,200; Old Fort picnic
grounds 5, !;S; Bend Creek area
.r),".iT; Frying Pan Cap near Mount
Pisgah 2,0,;.r; iml Vhc Pines 1,271.
Excellent highways have been con
structed through the National Forests
to the popular camping grounds mak
ing all of the most attractive sec
tions of the forest areas available to
motoring visitors. The National For
est maintains supervision over the
camping and picnic areas so that all
facilities are kept in first-class con
dition. The forest service encourages re
creational use of the public of the
National Forest areas. Many of tin
camps have been subdivided by ever
green plantings into separate small
camping grounds for individual par
ties and several of the more import
ant recreation centers are equipped
with swimming pools provided by
damming the waters of mountain
streams. The camping season in the
National Forest area opened May 1
and continues to October 15. $55,000
has been expended in the development
of camps in the various divisions of
the Pisgah National Forest. Fishing,
camping, swimming, horseback ridinir,
hiking, and the opportunity to join
home colonies are attractions offered
by the recreation program.
lv ; n:i(i: Mr,i,.. i n i.o
IntcrriiUtmuil llliiKtrud'ii News M rlter
NEW YORK Current hit on
Broadway, toast of Hollywood and
predicted a sure bet to displace
Mnrlene Dietrich as the No. 1
glamor girl of hlmdom is Hedy
I Her first picture has already
I proved one of the box office suc
cesses of the season. It stars
Charles Boyer, js titled
"Algiers", and has the beautiful
! Hedy and Sigrid Gune, the Brook
1 lyn gal who was built up as a
; Swedish find, both in featured
Like many of Hollywood's top
notchers today, the exotic Austrian
brunet had to wait long before
really getting her break, and now
that it has arrived, she is being
showered with honors, described in
superlatives, and heaped with
1 When she was originally brought
; over from Europe by M. G, M. it
I was planned to immediately put
I her into production Like other
imports, however,"' she was allowed
'to languish in idleness and it was
not Until anoiViTr studio borrowed
her for. -'Algiers'" and scored a hit
that M, G. M. really woke up to
the potential value of their star.
Claudette Colbert's was a similar
case. She was not given a real
break until another studio bor
rowed her to make "It Happened
One Night" with Clark Gable, and
after the success of thnt she was
one of the most sought-after of
Big I'lans for Hody
Plans for Hedy include putting
her under direction of Josef Von
Sternberg whose master touch is
credited with doing much toward
making Dietrich one of the first
rank celebs in filmdom, Von
Sternberg has done little since he
broke with Marlene but the team
of Josef and Hedy should make
Greta Garbo may also be af
fected by the rise of the glamorous
Lamarr. Although she is less
likely to find the sultry-eyed
Viennese a direct rival than is
Dietrich, Garbo's refusal to inform
her studio when she plans to re
turn from Europe and her com
parative indifference to going to
work in the in ,ir future has caused
the film excis to start their
scenarists revising stories intended
for Garbo with the idea of making
them Lamarr vehicles.
Hedy's start, of course, came
with that much-publicized 'movie,
"Ecstasy", made when she was
only 1(1 years old. This foreign-j
made film was barred by censors'
because of certain nudist bathing '
scenes and some rather torrid
love-making, the most discussed'
shot being one in which Hedy fled
through the woods after finding
that her clothes had been stolen
from beside the sylvan pool where
she had gone for a dip. j
When she married a rich
Austrian tycoon not long after rc-
lease of the film, the incident was
so embarrassing for him that he"
spent a fortune trying to buy up
the various prints of the film.
They have since been divorced.
Her Hollywood studio has also
attempted to consign this episode J
, r. I , ... 1... V. .,: . , . I
iv iiiiiuu, imvc uini:uurHeu JiUD-
lii-nji i-"u l it, ujiniigeu ner screen
name from Hedy Kessler to Hedy
Lamarr, and avoided any shots in
her first American movie which
were other than most discreet.
Get Them Ready
The importance of getting children
"ready" for school was emphasized
by Mrs. J. Henry Highsmith, assistant
director of health education, state
board of health, when she declared:
"In a few weeks nearly 900,000 chil
dren will be treking back to school
in North Carolina. This should oe a
thrilling picture boys and girls
aglow with health, full of energy and
the happy spirit of carefree youth
marching back to take up their book.
But will it be? Will these boys and
girls be found ready for school after
a summer's vacation? Will they be
mentally and physically alert, hand
icapped by no defect or disease, eager
to be back at their desks, or will they
be found marching back listless, tired,
anemic, dreading the tasks ahead,
"This will depend largely on their
physical fitness, or whether or not
heir vacations have been restful,
pleasant and invigorating, and wheth
er or not their bodies have been check
ed over and put in good condition.
"Last spring thousands of children
went through the pre-school clinics
and were examined physically to de
termine whether or not they were in
shape to enter school this fall. Their
narrnta werp advised as to the con
ditions found and were urged to have
any and all defects remedied by
I school time. These were the begin-
ners. They will, likely be tne
best group in school from a health
nnint nf view, this fall, that is. if their
parents took seriously the findings of
the clinic examination and made the
corrections as advised.
"A group that will probably be less
prepared will be the boys and girls
who have not had a school examina
tion recently and whose parents have
not taken the pains to have them look
ed over by a dentist or physician.
They may be returning, but in what
condition, They may be swallowing
poison every day from diseased tonsils,
decayed and abscessed teeth, gum
boils, or they may be anemic, under
weight, or on the borderline 6f some
"Parents cannot do a better day's
.Work, than to take their child to the
dentist and to the doctor before he
starts to school to see whether or not
he is in fine shape for the school job
ahead. Not to do so will not merely be
an oversight; it will be neglect, care
lessness, failure, which are too often
rewarded with sorrow and regret.
"Fortunately, a few days remains in
which this much needed work can be
done. In fact, it is important enough
to do at any time even after school
has begun. The child who starts out
on a new school year with all phy
sical defect corrected, with good
teeth, a healthful mouth, good vision
and hearing, proper weight and vac
cinated against diphtheria, typhoid
and smallpox, will be less likely to
contract colds, scarlet fever and other
communicable diseases, and more
likely to find pleasure in his work as
well as ease in making his grade."
Man v Garments
Being Made By
WI'A Sewinj; Room Has Turn
ed Out Over 80,000 f Jar merits
In Three Years
Another thing to be said in favor of
the spinach and dandelion greens, it
can never be said they would loosen
the fillings in your teeth.
The sewing rooms, under the direc
tion of Mrs. W. A. Hyatt, as a WI'A
project,, have turned over to the coun
ty for distribution through the relief
agencies, more than eighty thousand
garments during the past three years,
it was learned here this week.
The average cost per garment to the
county, up to July first of this year,
was five cents each. The remainder
of the cost was taken care of by V.PA.
At present '.)' 'unskilled women are
working in the sewing rooms of the
Practically all of them were inex
perienced in sewing when they started
Every type garment is turned out by
the women, ranging from baby clothes
to regulation overalls.
The per acre value of crops in North
Carolina is one of the highest in the
United States, especially among the
strictly agricultural states, reports
the State Department of Agriculture.
For example, Florida, New Jersey
and Connecticut have high truck crop
acreages and high value per acre,
with low rank in total farm produc
tion.:- " . ' .
IN THE Sl'PF.KlOK CCI RT.
Cueiney Hood, Ci-mnussiom r of
Hanks of North Carolina, F. K.
Ci uickshank A; Co., et al.
The defendants Guonuy Hoods, Com
missioner if Uuiiks ot North Caro
lina and F. K. Ci -uickshank A: Co., wi.l
take notice that an action entitled
Haywood County vursus Hugh .1.
Sloan. Kxecutor of the P. .1. Sloan Ins
tate, et al, has been commenced in ttu
Superior Court of Haywood County,
Norih Carolina, to sell lands to create
assets to pay taxes; and that the de
fendants, as judgment creditors, will
further take notice 1hat he is re
(iiired to appear at the office of the
Clerk of Superior Court of said
County in the Courthouse in Waynes
ville. N. C, within thirty days after
the USth .lay of August, l'..!8, and
answer or demur to the complaint m
said action, or the plaint ill will ap
ply to the court for the relief de
manded in said complaint.
This tie J'lr.l .lays of August. l'.':!S.
W. G. HYKKS.
Clerk of Superior Court.
No. 7K4 Aug. 125-Sept. 1-8-15.
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