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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNT A.
At The Park '
THURSDAY. MAY 15TH "THE
PEOPLE vs. DR. KILDARE"
Dr. Kildare's reputation is
threatened when he performs an
emergency operation on a young
girl who was in an auto accident
and her leg, apparently because of
the operation, is paralyzed. She
sues the hospital and Dr. Kildare.
Dr. Kildare suspects the girl of
having a strange malady and sets
out to prove that he did not cause
her to be paralyzed. Starring
Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore and
FRIDAY. MAY 16TH "THEY
MET IN ARGENTINA"
They met in Argentina is a gay
picture of Latin love . dancing
, . . lighting '. . . lot's of swingy
Latin tunes and plenty of ro
mance down in "old Argentina."
Starring Maureen O'Hara, James
SATURDAY, MAY 17TH
Hoppy is in the midst of a free
for all fight for justice as he bat
tles a gang of outlaws to take a
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
Thursday, May 15
"People vs. Dr.
Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore
Has Brought New
Haywood County .JJeans
Becoming Famous On
The Haywood County Mutual
Canning Association was organ
ized in the spring of 1934 by offi
cials of the Tennessee Valley As
sociated Co-operatives and a com
mittee of local business men. It
is a farmers' co-operative organ
ization owned and administered by
a board of directors and officers
wagon load of gold safely through,
finds out the identity of the out
law leader he is captured and is
about to be executed by the outlaws
when Hoppy, disguised as a priest,
passes out revolvers and a fight
to death begins. They kill the
leader and put the rest to flight
and Hoppy rides on once more hap
py in the fact that he has helped
Friday, May 16
"They Met In
Maureen O'Hara, James Ellison
Saturday, May 17
Starring William Boyd
Owl Show, May 17
Kent Taylor, Wendie Barrie
Sunday, May 18
"The Devil And
Jean Arthur, Charles Coburn
Mon. and Tues., May 19 - 20
Starring James Steward, Pau
lctte Goddard, Horace Heidt's
Wednesday, May 21
Edith Fellows, Wilburn Evans
OWL SHOW, MAY 17TH "RE
PENT AT LEISURE"
Kent Taylor hearing that his
bosses going to fire all single men
asks a young girl he met on a bus
to marry him (not knowing that
she is his bosses daughter). Wendy
Barrie, the girl, let's slip at a
card party that they have a baby
and for fear of discovery they
adopt one. Everything happens
from then on to make things more
mixed up and hilarious. Starring
Kent Taylor and Wendy Barrie.
SUNDAY, MAY 18TH "The DEV.
1L AND MISS JONES
John P. Merrick, a bachelor so
wealthy that he doesn't even know
that he owns a large shoe store
outside of which he has been hung
in effigy, decides to investigate.
He gets a job as a shoesalesman
in his own store and with the help
of Jean Arthur finally fires the
manager and helps all the employ
ees to have better jobs and finds
happiness for the first time for
himself. Starring Robert Cum
mings, Charles Coburn, and Jean
Greenland Placed Under U. S. Protection
Here is a view of Umanak. fishing colony on the west coast of Greenland, world's largest island, which tht
United States has taken under Its protection. The government signed the agreement with the minister oi
exiled King Christian, making Greenland a virtual U. S. protectorate, following reports that Germa
warplanes have bM flying over the Danish island.
MONDAY & TUESDAY. MAY
19-20TH "POT O' GOLD"
James Stewart tries to run a
small music shop so that he will not
have to help his uncle run a large
food concern. After being thrown
out by the sheriff he starts to his
uncle but gets tangled up in a feud
between a neighboring music
house and his uncle, who hates
music, and marries the girl who
runs it. Jimmy dances, sings and
plays the harmonica in this new
picture which is one of his best.
Starring James Stewart and Paul
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21 ST "HER
Linda Strong is invited to a
college, prom as an initiation
Learning this she is broken hearted
until Philip, considered the catch
of the season takes her to the
prom. Linda's Conceited sister
tries to get Philip, but Philip af
ter many amusing incidents es
capes. This picture is Edith Fel
lows' first "grown up" role and
marks also the film debut of
Wilbur Evans, concert baritone.
Starring Edith Fellows and Wilbur
-TtH ES S I NCLAIR
MOTOR OILS I
LAST LONGER J
.U y ..T.7.UH1 J motor 011 f I
selected from among its member
ship The purpose of the organization
was to create for the farmers of
Haywood county cash incomes that
could not be realized, through the
sale of fresh fruits and vegeta
bles. It was organized at a time
that the farm crops were at low
ebb, and it has put ready cash into
many a farmer's pocket since 1934.
The association has not only of
fered an opportunity for sale of
products, but it has instructed the
farmers in better and more profit
able methods of growing vegeta
bles and preparing them for the
The Haywood County Mutual
Canning association is one of sev
eral like organizations that are
members of the Land '0 The Sky
Mutual association, the latter a
regional co-operative, its function
being to finance its members to
buy the supplies they use and to
sell through regular distributing
channels the commodities paciced
by its members.
One of the first products canned
was the blackberry growing wild
along the fields and hedges in the
county, for the most part going to
waste. Thousands of dollars have
been paid to the pickers for ber
ries, that have become famous on
the markets throughout the south
Since that first pack other pro
ducts have been taken on, toma
toes, okra, spinach and beans. The
latter has become an outstanding
product on the canned Vegetable
market.; It seems that the cli
mate of this section is especially
adapted to the growing of beans,
and this year the orders are rolling
in so great in number that they
will never be filled.
It would be difficult to name all
the benefits derived from the can
nery, which aside from creating
cash farm crops has given employ-
J ment to a number of people. ...
The growing contracts are so
written that the grower is guar
anteed a certain price and, in the
event that the fresh vegetable
market goes higher than the mini
mum price, and if it is possible for
the association to sell the produce
on the fresh market, the difference
is paid back to the growers.
Due to the fact that Haywood
County Mutual Canning associa
tion has been affiliated with the
Tennessee Vallep Co-operative,
it has not only had financial back
ing, but has also had the benefit
of experience employed by the
Tennessee Valley Association Co
operative. Like all new enterpris
es it has had a struggle to reach
a point where it could be profitable.
The cannery has "gone over the
hill" now on the road to prosper
ity, provided the Haywood farmers
do their part in growing produce
for its market and for canning.
Because of the Haywood "County
Mutual Canning association this
community is a good place to live.
Letters To The
NO PLACE LIKE HAYWOOD
Editor The Mountaineer:
I see by your newspaper news
of the Wonderful progress that is
going on up there and it makes me
wonder if perhaps it would not be
better to return there to live. , It's
really wonderful up there, but I
think we natives have to live else
where to really appreciate what
we left behind.
From all indications, this year
should be a good season for Way
nesville and vicinity. So many are
making inquiries now that the
Park has been dedicated and all.
Lots of folks seem to think that
the Park has just been open since
las) September. The national
fairs are over, and with the war
in Europe, so many people are
seeking a quiet cool place for a
vacation, and I tell all of them of
good old Haywood its wonderful
people arid hospitality.
Yes, I'll be back this summer.
MRS. HAZEL WOLF.
St. Petersburg, Fla,
Editor The Mountaineer:- .
A few weeks ago I was sent to
your town to make a food survey. I
In this I had to interview 40
housewives from the lowest to the
hiarhest economic level. The oues-'
tionnaire 'was long ' and tedious I makes it an
and the number of questions more i place to live.
It took me two days to do the
work. I think it right to tell you
that, even though I have been in
this work more than a year and
have done similar surveys in a
number of towns. I have never
met with such co-operation and
courtesy as I did in Waynesville.
My business calls were really
friendly visits from house to
house. I had no hard-luck story
to tell and I do not think I looked
like I need sympathy, but the gen
uine friendliness of your house
wives was such that I really look
forward to another visit to your
This is not written for aavertis
ing purposes and I do not wish my
name to be mentioned, but if you
think it right I do think it might
be well for you to make some men
tion of this in your paper.
I am a student at Asheville Col
"One who Likes Waynesville."
With Pure, Soft
The water supply of this com
munity is collected from mountain
streams comprising a water shed
of several thousand acres unin
habited and protected from tres
passing. The quantity of water
from this water shed is abundant
and, due to the high rainfall in
this area, the supply is constant.
Although it is deemed necessary
to filter and cholorinate the supply,
the purity of water in its natural
condition is far superior to the
average municipal water supply.
Authorities claim that it is un
usual to find a water supply freer
(from chemical! content, which
makes it soft and palatable. Jer
sona who , have always resided
here do not fully appreciate these
characteristics, but those who have
lived in areas, where the water
supply was hard due to chemical
content and requiring a softening
process before it can be satisfac
torily used for domestic purposes,
The local water supply is con
stantly under supervision of a
trained plant operator and samples
are sent to the state laboratory of
hygiene at Raleigh at frequent
intervals for analysis to check
upon its purity. It is unusual to
have a report from the laboratory
show any indication of the presence
of harmful bacteria.
The water In ' this community
J. B. Howell Joins
As An Auditor
J. B. Howell, former resident of
Waynesville, and manager of the
local Eagle Store for some time,
has just accepted a position with
Wachovia Bank and Trust Compa
ny, in the Winston-Salem office,
as auditor. His duties will take
him to other branches of the insti
tution in Asheville, Salisbury, Ral
eigh. and High Point.
Mr. Howell is a native of Jack-
feon county. He came here in 1937,
and was transferred to Gastonia,
and later to Newton, where he
was manager of the Eagle store
when he accepted the banking po-
Osborne Cow Coir
New Official Recoi
A new record,
average of the Guernsey 1
her age "and class has I
completed by a six year?
Veda of Green Acres, 0
ttstid and owned by rf
Her official record supd
North Carolina State
and announced by the
Guernsey Cattle Club i
pounds of milk and 718 1
of butter fat in class A
cotounoucu nign sate
as manager of the five
2 lbs. 27c 3 lbs. 39c
Bath Size 4 - 26c Reg. 3 - 2
3 for 25
6 for 25
; 2 9: .;
2 for S
2 for 3
2 for 9
Of J&F GOOD 3l 1311
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and this is a good
place to have your car
tuned up for summer
" , ; . driving. '
SPAULDON UNDERWOOD, Owner
Lady: "Isn't it w6nderful how a
single policeman can dam th flow
of traffic ?" .
Boy: "Yes, grannie; but you
should hear the bus driver."
Try "Rub-My-Tlun" . a Worttfcrful walatwl
Says All Good Renters
Are In The Cemetery
BELLEVILLE Because he has
decided that renters "buy automo
biles, go to shows and have good
times but do not pay their rent,"
George W. Reiching, 65, put up a
sign in the window of the vacant
side of his two-family home which
"No renters wanted. All good
renters are in the cemetery."
Reiching, who describes himself
as a "retired laborer, added: "I
don't want renters and won't have
them any more. They won't pay
He; "We've got to carry several
bunkers on the next hole."
She (a novice): "Why should
we? What are the caddies for T"
BRI C K
A brick home is a permanent investment that re
quires little capital and maintains its original value,
enlarge yours, or brick veneer it now. See us for
ETOWAH BRICK BUILDS BETTER HOMES
Moland-Drysdale Corp. t,c
Truck Deliveries to All ParU of Western Carolina
a If ! In 'if )v fl H n
When the 29,000,000th Ford rolled
recently from the assembly line, an all
time record for the industry was set.
29,000,000 units built by the same man
agement and all bearing one name a
name that has become one of the best
known trade-marks in the world!
It is significant that this achievement
comes at a time when oar country is
making a mighty effort to re-arm swiftly.
For to further that effort, to help speed
it along in any possible way, we have
offered the vast facilities of the Rouge
Plant and every ounce of our experience.
As you read -this, a new $21,000,000
Ford airplane engine plant, started only
last fall, is nearly completed. A new mag
nesium alloy plant, one of the few in the
country, is already in production on ligM
weight airplane engine castings. Worl
is right now under way on a ne
$18,000,000 plant for mass productioj
of big bomber assemblies. Orders havj
been filled for military vehicles of several
types, including army reconnaissancj
cars, staff cars and bomb service trucksj
In the midst of this activity for Nation
Defense, buildine the 29 millionth Forl
car is simply one part of the day s worK
The public has acclaimed the 1941
Ford car as the finest in Ford history. For
Dealers are eniovine their greatest sale:
and expectine their best year since 1937.
It is eood to he traducing the thiogl
America needs, and tr he setting reCOfOA
on the way!
FOOD MOTOR COMPANY
D. A, RTODLE, Sales Manager
. ASHETILLB ROAD
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