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THE WAYNESTILLE MOUNTADfEEIl
THURSDAY, UARCH 6, j
Boy Scouts Hold
; .' Court Of Honor
. WijnesriBe Boy Scoot troop 2
tu awarded the March adrane-
, meat ribbon at the Haywood dis
. triet court of honor in Wajrnes
i rOle Tuesday evening. Canton
,j troop 1 was presented Boys' Life
1 ' Pennant by Scoot Executive A. W.
--' Allen. District Chairman William
Medford addressed the meeting,
; baring M his subject the strue
' tore of our federal, state and local
'. government '
Assistant Scoot Executive Floyd
:. Kew had charge of the Tenderfoot
. Investiture. '..He presented certifl
eates to the following; Jimmie
Nichols, of Waynesville troop 2,
. Arthur Amos, of Waynesville troop
; 3, Edgar Steading', of Waynesville
troop 3, Well Bradley, of Waynes
ville troop 3, Wallace Brown, of
Waynesville troop 3, James D.j
Webb, of Canton troop 4, Hobert
; Collins, J r., of Hazelwood troop 5,
. T. V. Davis, Jr., of ...Hazelwood
troop 6. Frank Morrison, Jr., of
Hazelwood troop 5, Fletcher Fer-
. gnson, of Hazelwood troop 6, and
Hayes CTulders, of Canton troop 8.
Scoot Executive A- W. Allen
promoted the following scoots to
the second class rank Edgar Ives-
ter, of Canton troop 1, Tnurman
2, Bobby Leatberwood, of Waynes
: villa troop 3, Tommy Cable, of
Canton troop 4, Billy Welch, oi
Canton troop 4, Edward Arrington,
:. of Hazelwood troop 5, Joe Compton,
; of Hazelwood troop 5, and Charles
White, of Canton troop 10.
Zeb W. Curtis, Jr., Waynesville
troop 3 was awarded a first class
Scout certificate by Troop Com
mittee Chairman Haldie Reed, of
1 B. E. Colltitt, commissioner for
the Daniel Boone Council, present-
ed merit badge certificates to the
following: Jimmie Albright, J. Col
Tin Brown, Jr., Henry Foy, Robert
Gibson, Jr., Robert Gifford, Wil
liam Kerley and Fred Palmer, all of
Waynesville troop 2; Bill Dover,
Aldeen Hall, Phil Medford and
Frank Worthington, all of Waynes
ville troop 3; John Ray Byers,
Tommy Cannon, Ralph Childers,
Billy Edwards, Paul Moore, Phil
lip Moore, Carl Painter, Jr., Noel
Sharp and David Smathers, all of
Canton troop 4; Odes Bolin and
Louis Scruggs, of Hazelwood troop
6; Mark Hipps and Bobby Smath
ers, of Canton troop 7; and John
Gillett, Jr., and Donald Swiyngim,
of Lake Junnlaska troop 8.
Crabtree Charge WiU
Hare Quarteri j Meet
On Snndaj The 16Ut
The second quarterly conference
of the Crabtree charge win be held
next Sunday at Fmehers ChapeL
The Rev. W. L. Hotchins, saperin-
tendent of the Waynesville district,
will speak at the 11 a. m. service.
after which the conference will be
The ladies of toe congregation
win serve dinner at noon at the
church. All those who attend the
conference are orged to also attend
the iimmrte which will be held at
Long's Chapel, Lake Jonaluska, in
Mr, and Mrs. WfUm Gadd's, f
Wtst AsbeviLe, ard Mr. and M
E. A. Gaddis and uta. Pet, itt
Sunday for a vaca'i-rfi in M-'ami,
Fla. On their return trip they p'a
to stop for a visit with the Rev.
and Mrs. 0. C Landrum and familjf
in Tifton, Ga.
Cites Need of Ships
Following testimony by Emory S.
Land, ehairmaa of the Maritime
Commission, that the United States
would not have enough shipping; to
hr.nr in vital defense materials.
I should Britain faO, the House of
Representatives agreed to take os
ssediate action on providing funds
for 200 cargo vessels.
Native Of County
Claimed By Death
Relatives here have been
fed of the death of Roy Caldwell,
49, mauve of Haywood eoonty, and
for years a resident of McAlester,
Okia, which oecarred in a hospital
in Dallas, Texas, recently.
Mr. Caldwell was bora in Clyde
and moved to Oklahoma with his
parents when he was a small hoy.
He is a grandson of the late Mr.
and Mrs. A- A. Moody, oi this cocn
ty, and a nephew of Mrs. D. A.
Howell and C M. Moody. His
family first resided in Coalgate
af oer going west, hot in 1921 moved
He had been in failing health for
sometime. He was connected with
the haa-dsg business for the great-
er part of his life, wnh the excep- J
Hon of a bnf period when he was
manager of an asto-fiobOe agency.
When ill health forced kim to
retire from active business he was
executive vice president of the Na
tional Bank of McAlester. la 1923
he was made cashier of the Oklaho
ma State Bank. Later through a
merger of the banking firms be
was connected with the McAlester
Trust Company. In 1927 he v
appointed liquidating agent of the
Bank of McAlester at North Mc
Active in community affairs, he
was a member of the Indian Con
sistory, Scottish Rite Masonry,
Lions dab, treasurer of the Okla
homa Bankers Association, trustee
of the Presbyterian church, treas
urer of the local Salvation Army,
and a leader in the McAlester
Chamber of Commerce.
He is survived by his widow and
their two sons, Roy Caldwell, Jr,
and Jack Caldwell; his mother,
three sisters and two brothers.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Prevost have
retained to their home in Hazel
wood afer a -several weeks vaca
tion in St. Petersburg, Florida.
A German girl born with two
tongues could not speak a word.
Declaring he would like to see a
congressional investigation of all
anti-war groups in the U. S, O. K.
Annstrong is pictured at a press
conference after his resignation as
field director of the No Foreign War
Committee. Armstrong said be could
no longer agree with Verne Mar
shall, chairman of the Committee,;
Fines Creek Ne?
Miss Lnra Mae Green, who 1
tending college at Eon, will
rive home Sunday to visit heri
rata, Mr. and Mrs, H. C. G W
Mrs. Way Fisher and daaj
Thomasene, have returned to t
home on Fines Creek, after jn
tog sometime with Mr. Fisher
v employed by the Newport K
urj uwi mna oiupouiiding
pany, Newport News.
M. J. Hipps, of South Cari
arrived last week to visit hi l
Mrs. Chas. B. McCrary, and I
. . m ... W
vacationing In this section
visit other relatives.
Jack Redmond, who is nnS
eated " rtewpon rtewg, is sp
ing a lew oays at nome.
Private Frank Scate? came
day from Fort Jacksrn for a l
end visit with his parent 3, M
Mrs. R. M. Sea tea.
. Question: What garden vegeta
bles may be planted in March t
Answer: Many early vegeYables
may be planted in March. : Enough
for a family of five with a surplus
for canning may be had by follow
ing 1 this schedule: radishes and
parsley, 50 feet of row; Bloomdale
spinach, 100 feet; garden peas, 400
feet; beets, 200 feet; carrots, 200
feet; onion sets, 100 feet; and Irish
potatoes, 400 feet. Strawberries,
dewberries, raspberries, grapes, and
fruit trees may also be set put as
late as March.
Question; What is the
method of planting kudzu?
""Answer: Technicians of the Soil
Conservation Service point out that
the best method is to set the plants
in a well-settled plant bed. Dig
holes with a mattock or spade deep
enough to accommodate the plants.
Then place the roots against the
firm side of the hole and pack the
oil tightly, leaving the top bud
level with, or slightly below, the
surface of the soiL If the rows are
25 feet apart, space the plants about
3V6 feet apart in the row. Around
500 plants to the acre are recommended.
Question: When may baby
chicks be allowed to run out-of-doors?
Answer: Roy Dearatyne, head
of the State College Poultry De
partment, says chicks may be
turned out as soon as the weather
permits. Allow the chicks to stay
out only for a while each day in
this process of "hardening" them.
He also calls attention to another
poultry practice that should re
ceive the farmer's attention now,
that is, culling. Since a bird con
sumes about seven pounds of feed
a month, all boarder hens should
be removed from the flock as soon
Man Sleeps Through
His "Fatal" Hour
MONTREAL. Tipped that a
jealous husband had sworn to com
mit suicide at 1 a. m., police rushed
to his home. They arrived after
Hurrying into the house, they
found the man slumped in his chair,
revolver in his hand.
But he wasn't dead. He had
fallen asleep while waiting for
the clock to strike the fatal hour.
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