DAY, JANUARY 5, 1939
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
"Office Wife" Begins Term
Buffalo, S. C., operative case, is good.
Ralph Rhinehart, surgical case, is
resting more comfortably.
Mrs-. Calvin Pose, Waynesville,
Miss Dorothy Owen, Canton, oper
v. f o w ac i ir cr r c -ri ir
Route, 2, medical case, is fairly well.
ative case, is some better.
'IbsJ no nt ollj inc.
HUMAN SIDE 0' LIFE
Baby Helen Allen,- of Canton, Route
Joe Rathbone, of Lake Junaluska,
2, medical case, is resting more com
fortably. medical case, is resting fairly well.
V YEAR'S REZOLUSHUNS
mate good Rezolushuns
nothin' but a cinch, .
.'em by the yard, you kno
n keep 'em by the inch.
es that's the way .UUe Abe
st to do. Why. back when I didn t
enny better, one year I think I
ie 49 . like rezolvin' to read so
iny verses of Scriptur ever day,
Sersize from 6:30 to Cho
rea the deeper from chist up
mile a little more
lon't eat corn, bred when its too
(the bred I mean).
l0 out behine the hous to pick yore
h (my teeth) et settry.
'ell, Dad's orders purty soon in
fered with my eckersize he had
eckersizin' in the corn criD, snucK
p shucks fer the cows an gitten
bins before breckfast; then alter
ckfast I had to ecsersize wun me
It mPal time I wuz so hungry I
C glad to git my corn bred enny
tv- hit wuz giner'ly too cold to
nd behine tne nous; me lamjy
de fun of me when I fixt on my
iy smile . . so that it ended up by
droppin' the wnoie aarn program
about 10 days.
Bince then I've larnt that it's best
make jist a few rale good, sensi-
Rezolushuns like the one's 1 ve
de this year, only five. Here they
n, Run five miles ever mornin' bo
2. .Stand on yore hed (my hed) 3
times daily before each meal
3. Run for Constable in 1940 . . .
start shakin' hands now
4. Taper off on cussin'
5. Study the Almanick more.
You see, Nos. 1 and 2 pertane to
my helth No, 3 is a bizness an' fin
nanshal rezolushun. No. 4 is to build
up my car-reckter an' No. 5 is for the
cultivashun of my mind.
Now, No. 1 will put mussell whir
thar's not enny. I'm to run with my
straw hat off, bare-heded. One
mornin' I'll take off down toarg
Joonalusky, nex up the highway past
Hazelwood, an' next mornin' I'll prob'
'ly take off out the Dellwood road . .
sorter alternate, you kno, what-chu-call-it.
I kno this will look sorter
strange, to see me runnin' the roads
like this, hat off an' tung hangin out;
but I want to warn everbody now to
not stop me, caze I g-yarantee that
I'll not be mad nor I won't be runnin'
for the docktor nor far department.
An' I don't want ennybody to pick me
up neather as that wood interfere
with my New Year's Rezolushuns.
No. 2 is to aid my di-geschun, to
help me git the gas3 off my stummick
without ha vm' to take so much soady.
I can allreddy stand on my hed
'bout a minet by Mrs. Abe holdin'
my heels, but I want to work up to
at least 20 minets on the stretch.
No. 3 that's my Constable Rezo
lushun, You see, I realize that the
man what beats Shurf Buchanan in
1940 will haff to start workin' now . .
an' do like Princess Massey yooce to
The question of whether or not to have Infected tonsils re
moved, and the delay in making the decision, has cost many
children their health.
The tonsils seem to be favorite lurking places for germs and
Infections that spread through the blood to other parts of the
body, with dire and painful results. . Rheumatism, rheumatic
i. heart trouble, ear trouble, St. Vitus dance and susceptibility
to scarlet fever and diphtheria are some of the more serious
things that may result from diseased tonsils. Repeated
attacks of tonsilitls are dangerous, and usually precede some
of the above mentioned complications, and other more
Removal of tonsils in a child, from three years of age and up,1
is a quick, practically painless operation, and the child Is
usually comfortable In a few hours. In a grown person the
mental and physical suffering Is greater, and the tonsils may
have caused irreparable harm before their removal.
: Therefore, consult your Physician and follow his advice about
' removal of infected tonsils. "
No. 52 of a Series "Telling the Public About the Doctor"
Did You Start The
New Year Wrong?
Au did if you spent most of the day at the wash tubs
or out in the cold weather under the wash lines.
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Warden A. Gilles, Matron Caroline O'Day and Fern Patricia Dull
Entering the Detroit house of correction to serve a 14-to-15-year
term for manslaughter in connection with the fatal shooting of At
torney William Holbrook, her employer and paramour, Mrs. Fern
Patricia Dull is pictured, right, with Warden A. Gilles and Matron
Caroline O'Day. Mrs. Dull was convicted of slaying Holbrook at
her trial at St Joseph, Mich.
do shake hands with ever body I
My Almanick Rezolushun (No. 5)
is prob'ly the best of all, seeih' as how
I've de-sided to do a little farmhV
this year. Then, besides, a feller can
railly post hizself up out of a good
Almanick, 'bout as mutch as a farmer
needs to be posted. Rite now I'm
a-studyin' the "See-zuns an' Facks
Bout the Earth." I see tbat the fer
tile soil on the earth's surface is
about 32 millUm sq. miles; but I
don't think the man counted in what's
in mv Huckleberry-Nat farm, caze
he didn't write me ennything about
it. I also notis it sez under ' Good
Plantin' Days" to begin first of
March and plant rite on till the last
day of July, 'cept on the days when
the Sine's not rite.
What I don't understand is, it don't
say ennything 'bout the good har
vestin' days endurin' that time; and
if I waited till August with all my
crop I coodn't git it .harvested and
the huckleberries woodn't wait. So,
I've de-sided to harvest between times,
when the Sine's not rite fer plantin'.
But I wuz 'bout to forgit No. 4
that's fer the benny fit of my car
reckter. Mrs. W. D. McCracken sez
that's my best Rezolushun to taper
off. gradual like, on cussin'. Now,
if Unkle Abe hadn't a bad hiz base
ment walled in an' pipes protected he
prob'bly woodn't a made No. 4, but
Seein' as how my pipes air o. k. now,
I think I can safely make it.
Mv Almanick sez that Jupiter will
be the evenin' star till Mar. 6th, then
by Jupiter! it changes to the mornin'
The re-zults of my studies will be
con-klooded nex' week.
Not all tobacco farmers are satis
fied with the loss of the control pro
gram. In Rockingham county, sev
eral growers have discussed the
question with much concern and there
are many "long faces" over the price
prospect. This same situation is re
ported by observers in various other
parts of the state. Some growers who
voted against the quota feature of the
program said they never expected to
see it defeated but simply wished to
register a protest against their owr,
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND WAR
RANT OF ATTACHMENT.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Sammie Penland by her next
Friend, Neppie Penland,
FRED II. PLOTT,
The defendant above-named will
take notice that a summons in the
above-entitled action was issued
against said defendant on the 13th
day of December, 1938 by the under
signed Clerk of Superior Court of
Haywood County, N. C, which sum
mons is returnable before the 'under
signed at his office in 30 days from
the 7th day of January, 1939 at the
office of the undersigned in the Court
house at Waynesville, N. C. The de
fendant will also take notice that a
warrant of attachment was issued by
the undersigned Clerk of Superior
Court of Haywood County on the 13th
day of December, 1938 against the
property of said defendant, which
warrant is returnable before the un
dersigned at the time. and place above
named for the return of the summons,
when and where the defendant is re
quired to appear and answer or demur
to the complaint which is on file in
my office, within thirty days from
January 7, 1938, or the relief demand
ed will be granted.
This the 13th day of December,
1938. . '
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk Superior Court of Haywood
(As Recorded to Monday Neon
of this Week)
Floyd Ford, of Clyde, Route 1, sur
gical case, is in a very serious condition.
Baby Clyde Silvers, of Bluff, med
ical case, is better.
Mrs. H. K. Gilreath, of Canton,
medical case, is fairly well.
M. E. Davis, operative case, is improving.
The condition of Dillard King, of
M. E. Robinson to A. B. and W. C.
David M. Fish, et ux, to George M.
J. P. Robinson, et ux, to S. E. Hipps,
W. C. Robinson, et ux, et al, to
Virgil L. Robinson.
Dewey Justice, et ux, to Joe Green.
W. C. Robinson, et ux, to M. E.
Watt Justice, to Vinson Worley.
George M. Fish, et ux, to A. L.
Moon, et ux.
J. F. Jackson, et ux, to Rowe Dot
son, et ux.
William Jackson Hampton, et ux,
io Dr. J. L. Reeves.
Thula S. Smathers to G. W. Smath
ers, et al.
J. S. Leatherwood, Tr., to Mae
C. W. Ehsley, et ux, to Carl Hen-
line, et ux.
John H. Smathers, et al, to Oscar
Mattie Hipps to Edna Hipps, et al.
Fines Creek Township
Z. V. Ferguson, et ux, to Steven
Ivy Hill Township
E. B. Edwards, et ux, to Harry
Mollie Moody to James Cagle.
James Medf ord, et ux, to A. L.
Arrington, et ux.
Jennie Brice Seaver to Miss Has
S. L. Queen, et ux, to Elizabeth
Jennie MacFaydcn to Archie P
MacFayden, et al.
W. R. Jenkins, of Canton, Route 2,
surgical case, is improving.
Miss Mary Miller, of Waynesville,
Route 2, operative case, is better.
The condition of Mrs. Nancy Un
derwood, medical case, is good.
Mrs. Hugh Nucklos, of Henderson-
ville, operative case, is improving.
Baby Mary Lou Case, of Clyde,
medical case, is resting fairly well.
Among those discharged from the
Haywood County Hospital during the
past week were: Mrs. N. R. Scott,
Farady Rathbone, John Wyatt, Miss
Edna Standridge, Mrs. Perry Heath
erly, Mrs. James Sharp, Mrs. N. J.
Worley, Mrs William '.Nash, Mrs,
Nora Smith, Mrs. Carl Ledford, Miss
Edith Plcmmons, Carl Benfield, Leon
ard Sanford, and Willie Valentine.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson Walker, of
Hazelwood, announce the birth of a
son on December 30th.
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