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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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j SALE 1937 Ford DeLuxe
tai, small down payment,
'acnthly payments. Creap to
financed with low
inkk buyer. Telephone 396-W.
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& dog. Lame on left hind
V Call 22579 Charlotte or no
;iy Waynesville police, Reward.
Sir 29.. '
M SALE A Hard wick cook
km, in good condition and
fried right. . See Edwin Po-
tateat tne post omce. may zn
FOR RENT Beautifully furnish.
ed house, close in on good street
Large lawn, good garden plot
Write for particulars Eox 54
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.nraynesvuie, or pnone 8.
LEDGER AND sheets and indexes
to fit , in all popular sisee, at
if uutueked WITH people
trespassing on your land, get
some of the "no tresspassing
signs - at i am Mountaineer.
FOR RENT Room In quiet loca
tion in home of three adults.
Close in. Welch Street Phone
197-W. , May 29
ryPEWRITER RIBBONS for all
make machines, in solid black
Mack and red, at The Moan-
" taineer. :
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPPERIOR COURT.
Linton Holcombe, Plaintiff.
Dollie Holcombe, Defendant
To the defendant, Dolhe Hol
combe; You will take notice that
an action has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, entitled
as above, and that the purpose ef
the said action is to obtain an ab
solute divorce on the grounds of
two years separation.
You will further take notice
that you are required to be and
appear before the aforesaid Clerk
of the Court in his office on or be
fore the 31st day of May, 1941, and
answer or demur to the complaint
You will further take notice
that, if you fail to answer, or de
mur, to the complaint within the
time required by law, the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint
Given under my hand and seal
of the Court, this the day of
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina.
Sentelle & Ferguson,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
No. 1072 May 8-15-22-29.
The condition of Mrs. John Mes
ser, of Clyde, route 1, medical case,
is good. ,
Mrs. Lily Morrow, of Enka,
medical case, is resting fairly well.
E. H. Henderson, of Canton,
operative case, is restine more
Mrs. A. D. Kent of Clyde, route
1, operative case, is better.
Mrs. H. B. Willis, of Wavnes-
ville, operative case, is restinar
Ralph Burnett of Cruso, opera
tive case, is improving.
Mrs.' Garrett Reeves, of Lake
Junaluska, operative case, is bet
Miss Joretta McCrary, of Can
ton, route 1, operative case, is improving.
The condition of Master Roy
Farmer, of Canton, route 2, op
erative case, is better.
Mrs. G. W. Rhymer, of Canton,
operative case, is resting fairly
Ed Swayngim, of Waynesville,
route 1, medical case, is resting
only fairly well.
Mary Casey, (colored),
Waynesville, medical case,
ilk CAT IT RCC.mnllnn : ' nrinAM
wrelj with covers, in good
Wition, at Waynesville Laun-
May 29-June 5
II BENT 3 or 5 room unfurn-
M unheated apartment. Just
itade of citiy limits. Apply to
ff. Ray or phone 12. May 29
1 SALE OR TRADE 1 (one)
filtered 0. I. C. stock hog.
SI months old. H.J Liner.
We Junaluska. May 15-22-29-
WS Tomatoes six varie-
! Sweet potatoes, yellow and
cabbage, early, medium.
ft peppers, sweet , and hot,
r, woccoli, brussel sprouts,
r""vn" pmias, u. u. xorx,
F No. 1, Waynesville.
15-22-29-June 0. :
P RENT 4 rooms furnished,
'SALE 1 dinin? room suit.
A, T. Ward. May29-Jun 5-12
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the Estate of Butler Kuy
kendall, deceased, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
said estate to file same with the
undersigned on or before the 21st
day of April, 1942, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar thereof. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement
This April 21st, 1941.
No. 1068 April 24-May 1-8-15
22-29. ; .' r .
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of N, P. Walker, de
ceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at R. 1,
Candler, North Carolina, on or be
fore the 1st day of May, 1942 or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. AH persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment
This the 30th day of April, 1941.
Administrator of the Estate of
p SALE Coal and wood range
-v" uuf water jacket. N. P. waiicer, aeceasea.
tail 429 Love Lane,
'129. -. .
No. 1070 May 1-8-15-20-29-June
R I TZ
Master Troy Dotson, of Way
nesville, route 1, operative case,
is resting more comfortably.
Too Close to the Panama Canal'
:r--i PANAMA . ' JlilU ' ,
:;.:vJ CANAL. ''fltJvSTf1!
V;SO;U:THvM E R:rCv
The possibility of swift American action to plaea French Martinique,
Guadeloupe and probably French Guiana under "protective custody' to
believed foreshadowed by the Vichy collaboration with the Axis.
Martinique long has been proclaimed by defense experts as an air and
naval base site essential in the ring of island fortresses protecting the
V; Panama CanaL
At The Park
Mrs. L. G. Dotson, of Clyde,
route 1, operative case, is improving.
Mrs. William King, Jr., of
Canton, operative case, is resting
Miss Carrie Mann, or Canton,
route 2, operative case, is better.
The condition of W, A. Conard,
of Waynesville. route 1. operative
case, is fairly good.
Mrs. Spurgeon Cope, of Way
nesville, operative case, is better.
Horace Francis, of Waynesville,
route 1, operative case, is resting
Miss "Ernestine Griffin, of Can
ton, route 2, operative ' case, is
B. J. Liner, of Canton, route 1,
operative case, is resting fairly
O. R. Johnson, of Canton, oper
ative case, is resting some better.
Mrs. Eva Rhinehart, of Waynes
ville, route 1, operative case, is
THURSDAY MAY 29 "SIS
The Incomparable Comedienne
Judy Canova in the famous stage
hit that has rocked the world with
laughter for three decades. Judy
Canova as Sis Hopkins, a little
mountain girl, wins the heart of
her multi-millionaire uncle who
invites her to his house to stay
Sis's arrival upsets her aunt who
thinks Sis will ruin her social
position. Sis's stay creates more
and more confusion and laughs
Until finally after almost being
kicked out of college she is rein
stated. She captures the lead in
a musical at the college . and
through her acting the play
is given a Broadway contract.
FRIDAY, MAY 30 "REACHING
FOR THE SUN"
; Produced and directed by the
lame director that gave you "Men
With Wings," Beau Geste," and
route 1, medical case, is improving.
J. B. Shelton, of Joe, operative
case, is resting more comfortably.
Mrs. Larry Robinson, of Hazel
wood, operative case, is resting
fairly well. ;
. Mrs. Ernest Walker, of Canton,
operative case, is resting more
John Cagle, of Waynesville,
route 1, operative case, is resting
Master Jerry Parker, of Canton,
operative case, is better.
Baby Jerry Parks, of Clyde,
Complete Line Of
At Reasonable Prices
HOMER JUSTICE, Manager
WALTER FRANCIS, Owner
STREET Opposite Masonic Temple
NOTICE OF BOND ORDINANCE
Be is ordained by the Board of
Aldermen of the Town of Waynes
ville. as follows:
1. Bonds of the town shall be
issued to the maximum aggregate
principal amount of 1153,000 for
the purpose of refunding, by way
of exchange, the following valid
outstanding bonded indebtedness
of the town, namelyr
$24,000 tVtfe water bonds dated
July 1, 1927, due $1000 on July
1, in each of the years 1941 to
$76,000 6 water bonds dated
July 1, 1926, due July 1, $2000 in
each of the years 1941 to 1953 in
clusive, $3000 in each of the years
1954 to 1958 inclusive and $5000
in each of the years 1959 to 1965'
$16,000 6 Water bonds dated
September 1, 1915, due September
.1, 1945.-. .
$20,000 5 : Water and sewer
bonds dated April 1, 1911, due
April 1. 1941.
$24,000 6 Water bonds dated
August 1, 1922, due $2000 on Au
gust 1 m each of the years 1940
to 1951 inclusive.
$3,000 6 Water works bonds
dated April 1, 1911, due April 1,
2. A statement of the debt of the
town has been filed with the Clerk
and is open to public inspection.
3. This ordinance shall take ef
fect upon its passage and shall not
be submitted to the voters.
The foregoing ordinance was
passed on the 15th day of May,
1941. ,. '
Any action or proceeding ques
tioning the validity of said or
dinance must be commenced within
thirty days after its first publica
tion. , '
HEDWIG A. LOVE.
No. 1076 May 22-29
Among those- discharged from
the Haywood County Hospital dur
ing the past week were: Mrs.
Ralph Davis, Mrs. Esther Silvers,
Miss Lila Mae Norman, Miss Ar-
thurene Hooper, Miss Louise
Lanning, Mrs. Theo. H. Davis and
baby, Miss Kenneth Shipman, Miss
Janice Carver, Mrs, Bryson Mes-
ser, Miss Bessie Pressley, Wayne
Singleton, Claude Allen, Miss
Nettie Goodson, Carroll Truitt,
Mrs. R, G. Lester, Miss, Joyce In-
Also Mrs. H. L. Clark, Mrs.
Grace Sentenej (Mrai Dexter
Bumgarner, Mrs. James H. Davis,
Mrs. Jerry Messer, Mrs, Earl
Davis and baby, Miss Betty Anne
Jolly, Master Robert Pope, Joe
M. Henry, Miss Joyce Howren,
Master Erwin Jordan, Baby Mary
Messer, Mrs. W. J. Lowe and baby,
Buddy Cooper, J. D. Cooper, A.
J. Sanford, Miss Bobbie Jean Gar
rett, Master Robert Garrett
Also Miss Hazel Saunders, Miss
Charlotte Jean Smith, Mrs. James
Moore, Master Lewis King, Mrs.
James Gaddy and baby, Mrs. Julia
Baldwin, . Mrs; Joe Btfb Henson,
Miss Dorothy Fisher, Master Hugh
Messer, Miss Lois Kirkpatrick,
Luther Clontz, Herbert Ruff, Mrs.
Fannie Putman, Mrs. L. A. Gilli-
land, Mrs. Robert McElroy, Mrs.
John Pressley and baby, Mrs. Hor
ace Johnson. Mrs. Ralph Evans
and baby and Mrs. Roy Moore and
baby., ' .
"The Light That Failed," this pic
ture is a dramatic story of a young
backswoodman who came to the
city to find his fortune. He mar
ries a young girl he meets and
struggle to survive in a large
city, and because of his longing
to go back to his home town they
quarrel, but are brought together
vhen he loses a leg in a battle
between a 40-ton crane and 60-ton
manipulator and to carry hot
metal about to be die stamped
from the heating furnaces.
SATURDAY. MAY 81 "THE
Zane Grey's greatest thriller,
the story of a young man who
took the blame for a crime the
brother of the girl he loved com
mitted. Fleeing to the West he is
followed by the girl who does not
know he is shielding her brother.
He joins an outlaw band, cap
tures them and is a free men when
the man he is shielding confesses
the crime. Starring Roy Rogers,
George "Gabby" Hayes and Carol
OWL SHOW, May SI "THE
A -dramatic story of the great
est swindle of all times. Plenty
of thrills and excitement as Jack
Holt braving death tracks down a
ereat swindler and killer. A story
as full of excitement and thrills
as can be put into one picture. A
picture you will remember for its
dramatic intensity. Starring Jac
Holt, M. Reynolds.
SUNDAY, JUNE 1 "LOVE
The story, of a young man who
is advised to act crazy in order to
postpone his wife's divorce. He
is sent to the insane asylum from
which he escapes, dons the garb of
a woman and has the time of his
Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Hendrix, of
Canton, route 1, announce the
birth of a son on May 21st
Mr, and Mrs, Clayton Miller, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on May 22nd.
Dr. and Mrs. Roy Moore, of Can
ton, announce the birth of a son
on May 23rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Charge Moore, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on May 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Griffin,
of Waynesville, route 1, announce
the birth of a daughter on May
24th.', - ,' '
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Cooke, of
Waynesville, route 1, announce the
birth of a son on May 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Henderson,
of Clyde, route 1, announce the
birth of a son on May 26th.
Mr and Mrs. Ben 0NeiI, of
Cruso, announce the birth of a son
on May 26th.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stene, ol
Canton, announce the birth of a
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
THURSDAY, May 29
with J. Canova & Bob Crosby
FRIDAY, May 30
'Reaching For the
with Joel McCrea, E. Drew
SATURDAY, May 31
with R. Rogers & Gabby Hayes
LATE SHOW 10:30
with Jack Holt, M, Reynolds
SUNDAY, June 1
with Wm. Powell, Myrna Loy
MON-TUES, June 2-3
"The Ziegf eld
with J. Stewart, J. Garland
WEDNESDAY, June 4
with J. Hersholt & F. Wray
Letters To The
Editor The Mountaineer:
Col. Lindbergh, I see, is sched
uled to make another speech, May
29th. This time in the liberty lov
ing city of Philadelphia. Judging
by past performances we cannot
hope for a recantation, but for a
reiteration of former opinions of
appeasement and isolationism.
The Colonel's public utterances
attract more attention and are
more widely publicised, than those
of all other isolationists com
bined. It is equally true, that his ut
terances are harmful to Democ
racies and more helpful to Die-
life. This picture is so full of
laughs it will keep you laughing
from the moment you enter until
you leave. Starring the great
comedy team of William Powell
and Myrna Loy.
MONDAY-TUESDAY. MAY 2-3
"THE ZIEGFELD GIRL"
Starting with the nremisa thai
to be a Ziegfeld show girl was
simply to see more of life in a
shorter time than in other occu
pations, the picture shows the re.
suits of this compression on three
such girls, depicted by Judy Gar
land, Hedy Lamarr and Lana Turn
er, who. together with James
Steward, constitute the film's star
ring quartet. Starring James Stew
art, Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr,
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4 "MELO
DY FOR THREE'
Dr. Christian helps divorcee
Mary Stanley to earn a living for
herself and son Billy by engaging
Mary to attend his patients. Be
ing called upon to go to a plane
crash, Dr. Christian discovers the
crash victim is Billy's father, he
induces Mary to help him and
when the patient awakes and dis
covers Mary at his side he shows
that he still loves her. The fam
ily is happily united and Billy is
given a chance to play solo in his
father's band. Starring Jean
Hersholt, Fay Wray, Walter Woolf
King, and Toscha Seidel. -.W
tatora than those of all other iso
Therefore, it behooves those who
still believe in American ideals
and its might and right to defend
and preserve those ideals to be
ever on the alert to detect combat
and to counteract all his clever,
subtile and subversive utterances.
The Colonel has already de
clared his intention to contin
ue his criticism of his government
until it silences him. He further
declared that the people of Ger
many are "better informed" on
Dictarors intentions and policies of
government "than the people of
Democratic America," the evil and
error of this statement are so
apparent and so far from the
truth, that we are forced to the
inescapable conclusion, that Lind
bergh has either turned completely
Hindenberg, or, else he is woe
fully, if not wilfully, ignorant of
conditions both in Germany and
America. Therefore, it is dan
gerous to heed his false asser
tions or listen to his dire predictions.
Some one has said that "Windy
Lindy" should now do a Hess
and console his grief stricken idol,
It's unkind to repeat such a
remark, but, he deserves the ad
monition, so long, as he continues
to encourage Hitle and denounce
Lindbergh could render the
American aviation forces a ser
vice of incalculable importance.
The airplane we now know, is
indispensable to the successful
defense of any nation.
America is now feverishly and
lavishly improving the efficiency
of its air fleet. But its chief aca
flier and adviser has suddenly
turned government critic and world
politician, while his vast fund of
invaluable air knowledge has
turned to dust to the great detri
ment of world Democracy and the
indescribable delight of world
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends
for their expressions of sympathy
and beautiful floral offerings sent
to us at the time of the death of.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Arrington.
At Henderson's Corner
Corner Main A Church St.
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