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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Attorney And For-
pistncU . tk. ,t8te scl'001 CM?'
KuiH Ramsey, Jr.,
F k. served ass mem
fftf Senate from .the
Ust the University ox
r,". where he received
L'ious to his college
.j in the uniLcu
flduation he has live
r..L.t Brevard, m Tran-
FV ,Unin his
l County, wbiw j -.
T'i smith Carolina.
p ha. been for a long
f . ,itv attorney of
L d was formerly Pre8i-
Hutrh Smith, of Clyde, Route 1.
operative case, is much better.
Mrs. Tom Johnson, of Canton,
Route X, is resting more comfort-ably.
Mrs. James Christopher, of
Cruso, operative case, is resting
Mrs. Francis Massie, of Way-
nesville. operative case, is im
E. C, Broyle, of Canton, Route
1, operative case, is more com
The condition of Wilson Put-
man, ol Waynesvuie, Koute 1,
operative case, is good.1
I GOING TOO SLOW
102, Motor Vehicle Laws of
r..im.-"(hV No person
e i motor vehicle at such
A tn innede or block
mi) reasonable move-
ktnffic except when reduc-
in compliance with law.
are hereby author-
aforce this provision by
L itrivpra. and in the
Uimawnt willful disobed-
1- -rr ; ...
this provision and reiusai
nlv with directions oi any
a accordance herewith the
id slow operation by a driv
be a misdemeanor."
to words, don't poke along
highway and hold up trafflc,
on the nerves oi other
ml srovokine them to acts
llwnesi. Drive slowly when
lemands or the law re
list you do so. Otherwise,
a normal and reasonable
P. C. Ledford,
Edward Davis, of Robbins. Tenn..
operative case, is mucn oetter.
The condition of Miss Gwendolyn
Williams, oi Birmingham, Ala.,
operative case, is good.
Mrs. Charles Henderson, of Can
ton, operative . case, is resting
Mrs. Frank Mease, of Canton,
Route 2, operative case, is improv
Army Officials Test Amphib&n Scout Car
Roger W.Hofheins. th. toventor drivn hi. amp Wb
as a test for army engineers. The craft has ,.W'pI!Pb Top and down over rough gwuna.
regular automobile JSJ &EnUrV
By W. CURTIS EUSS
Bite of this, that and the other
picked op here, there and yonder.
The mail can bring all kinds of
surprises. .This week a letter
with a poorly written address in
lnna, liinil was received. The let
ter looked like important mail, but
from an unknown firm, so we ieii
it to open last. All it had was a
check for $1,639.20. Then we got
to looking about, and lound'tne
address was a mistake, and that
all the good luck belonged to a
firm hundreds of miles from nere.
Miss Miriam Wells, of Canton,
operative case, is more comfortable.
Mrs. J. R .Boyd, of Waynesville,
medical case, is improving.
Miss Martha Best, of Clyde,
Route 1, is improving.
Mrs. Ruth Bowen, of Waynes
ville. Route 2. operative case, is
resting more comfortably.
Thfl condition of Charles Smith,
of Canton, operative case is good.
Mrs. Nathan Hampton, of Dell-
wood, medical case, is better.
Frank Howell, of Waynesville,
Route 2, operative case, is im
Miss Verdelia Fletcher, of Can
ton, Route 1, operative case, is
Mrs. G. W. Miller, of Canton,
Route 1, operative case, is much
Miss Margaret Whisnant, of
Waynesville and Granite Falls,
operative case, is resting more
Williamson, of Waynes
ville, Route 2, operative case, is
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Among those discharged from
the Haywood County Hospital dur
ing the past week were the fol
lowing: Miss Louise Haney, Mrs.
Tuiin r.ntjihttw. Mrs. Wylie Wal-
drop and baby, Miss Peggy Camp,
Miss Willis inman, k. v. t,evc
rnni Mark Moore. Mrs. Paul Fer
guson, Baby Barbara Ann Fergu
son, Mrs. Sigman, jnrs. u. v,.
Henderson and baby.
Also Miss Lucille Noiand, mrs.
Annie Gosnell, Enos Boyd, Mrs.
R. P. Bridges, Mrs. R. E. Coward,
Mrs. John Rogers and baby, Miss
Edith Tate, Mrs. Oliver engm.
J. P. Shook, Master Jack Messer,
Mrs. Barbara Sayle Moore, jure.
rnwHill Mrs: Mack Thomp-
son, Mrs. rate snuier, jir.
R. Frady, Master Koy r armer, mm,
nraium Moqpf Miss IDvelyh Clark,
Trt,vi Mrov. Baby Ann
jutsa : ttvuj. ... t, v
Holder, Mrs. Venus Mauldin, Baby
Jo Ann Ball, Miss r-veiyn uei.u,,
Mrs, Ed Cogdill, Baby- Wayne,
Wyatt, Mrs. Roy Shetley ana Daoy,
Mrs. John Henderson, aim
Mr: and Mrs. W. L. Balentine,
of Waynesville, announce the birth
J lt.i rvn .TitnA lfi '
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wheeler, of
Canton, announce the birth oi
AM TllTlO 1K.
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Mi- nnd Mrs, warry wwy
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"Keep 'em Flying"
YOUR DOLLARS are needed in the defense of your country.
They can be used at the same time to protect your own future.
Place an order with The First National Bank of Waynesville for
a Bond a Month. Ten years hence you will receive a check a month.
West $18.75 a month now-receive $25.00 a month ten years later
larger amounts in proportion.
This bank will accept your subscription and charge your account
monthly. You may discontinue at any time. You may cash in
your bonds at any time after sixty days from date of issue.
Rotarians To Attend
Intercity Meeting 26th
Rntjtrians here Friday made
r,iUrw tn utt..nd t.h inter-citv meet
ing in Asheville on Thursday night,
of June 2Cth.
Thn rpiriilHr RcheduK'd meeting
will be held here on Friday at 12:45,
the club decided.
Charles Ray, J. C. Lynn and W.
H P. Millar were named as a com
mittee to promote the trip to Ashe-
Pnnlfrv Tfl Pavintr Good Dividends To
At Least Three people m naywoou
- i '
Demonstration Bock records show
that hens will pay.
Detailed rceords on their hens
are being kept by Mrs. W. T. Rain
er, F, R. Kennedy, both of Rt. 2,
Waynesville; and The usoorne
Farm, Route 2 Canton. During
the month of April the average re
turn per hen above feed cost was
twenty-five cents, lnis is an ave
rage for 629 laying hens producing
o total f 13.512 eees. or an ave-
f 91 u. fwa oer hen for
thirty days. The average price
received for the eggs was 24.7
ceatB per doen.
Tk. o vara ota farmer can easily
keep 100 laying hens, and based
tv,A ihuva fiirures this would add
9K nn nor month clear to the iarm
income. The county agents have
recommended for two years that
farmer add poultry as a
f income. . During this
BUUIVS v . . .
period of uncertain prices, we ieei
that 1000 iarms snoum nc
good flock of hens.
A few weeks ago it was pointea
t ti,at a irood dairy cow will add
at least $40.00 per year net income.
With three good dairy cows ana n
laying hens, the average farm in
come can. be doubled. ,
We should remember that gooa
houses, balanced feed, and plenty
of fresh air and water are essen
tial to successful poultry raising,
Information about au ine.aoov
items may be obtained at the coun
ty agent's office. ; . r
TTpotnr Robinson, on Brown Av-
. .. . . At I
enue, is believed to own me oniy
two cranberry crabapple trees in
Haywood. Th trees when in
bloom attract much attention, as
they are usually loaded witn
blooms that all but make one
spellbound. To say they are beau
tiful is putting it mildly.
The fruit is red when it's green
. . . a cranberry red from the
time the small apple begins to
form, and the meat of the apple Is
red all the while. Even the branch-
es of the tree are red inside.
Tt. umall annles make a clear
wwWinh 1am or iellv that resem
bles in many ways cranberry sauce
ti treca are about ten years
old, and yield an abundance oi
-.,;t Tk r rjrovmir lo oe
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quite a curiosity, from the time
Overhearing two authorities on
water recently, ona said that a
large tree would consume a barrel
of water a day during the summer,
while the other ventured that evap
oration from a lake during a year
would sonsume as much as fifty
inches in depth of the entira lake
During the hottest part of the
day, vegetation along a stream
will drink so much of the water,
that the flow of some streams
would be reduced as much as one-third.
All this sounded very interesting,
and brought on the age-old ques
tion; "How far does water have
to flow to purify itself!"
Tho RPHHon ' for beauty contests
is here again. As far as wt'ra
concerned, nature still wins.
nmantlv hi irk Hchool bov ac-
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companied his mother to church.
They were sitting in a pew ui
the back, and during the course
of the sermon, the young man put
his arm around his motner. fowl
ing unusual in that, I'm sura.
Unaware that anyone was sit
kanir f thm he let his arm
vt,K uv , - ,
carelessly drop, and there It strucK
of all things tne Knea oi
young lady who not only hap
pened to be his "best girl," but
she was sitting between her par-
of Waynesville, Route 1, announce
the birth of a son on June 10.
m. o,i Mr Jack Snvder. of
Waynesville, Route 1, announce the
birth of a duughter on June 15.
m. r,H Mrs. Llovd Messer, oi
rrppk. announce the tirth oi
a daughter on June 15.
Mr. and Mrs. verge isnuier, ui
w.nAvil1p. Route 1. announce
the birth of a daughter on June 14.
Mr. and Mrs. James wawer, oi
Canton, Route 1, have announcea
the birth of a daughter on June 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kay,, oi
ur.,,mviili have announced the
t a daiiirhter on June 12.
Ullbu v .
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Kogers, oi
Canton, Route 2, have announced
the birth of a daughter on June io
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