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June 19, 1941, edition 1 /
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fod an Marries '
of Los An
it" '"..4 Pulnh Calhoun.
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to Angeles on May
Tr was the guest
tVlU of Miss Mar-
' Mrs. Lenoir
' . nian fikla..
ek here the e8t! of
I' patsy Adams, of Miami,
family o 'cdw w
Mrs. F. A. Burgin on
i uae for the summer, has as
,Vii Martha Thompson,
ud Mrs. Harry Rung have as
nests, Mrs. Kate Fields and
. . v r rLlnmio amI
w ! 11 a PTWla-
UDC Goes On Air
ine naywood chapter of the
united Daughters of the Confed-
eracy wm present a program over
WWNC Friday morning at 10:30
o ciock, witn airs. R. n. Barber in
- The musical . numbers will in.
elude "OW Haywood, I Love Thee,"
the words of which were written
by the late Mrs. Josephine Love
Branner, organizer president of the
chapter; a folk song, "Ochankee."
A. 1 W 1
irom ine xnaian operetta with mu
sic by Miss Margaret Stringfield.
Mrs. Fred Martin and Mrs. Fred
Calhoun will serve as soloists
tut r t ... . :
una. urvver UUVIS will give a
toast, "To Our Confederate Vet
erans," which she gave at the re
cent district meeting.
The children's chapter will be
represented by Miss Jane and Miss
frov Wyche and two daugh
Mirtha Mae and Jane, who
,n eitended visit to rela-
i Beidsville and Greensboro,
iirW.oodard, of Lake wales,
a. curne Saturday for a visit
his parents, the Rev. and Mrs,
Ea Betty Burein has as her
fa tt her home on Love Lane,
Miry Jane Brothers, of
Mle and Miss Betty Lee
11 of Greenville, both class
b of their hostess at Peace
. and Mrs. John F. Hodges
two children, John, Jr., and
are visiting relatives
If. McGee, who has been en
Id in the steel construction on
bber plant building, left Wed-
liy for his home in Monroe.
h following were the luncheon
in of Colonel and Mrs. William
Lee at their home in Gatlin
an Friday: Mrs. W. Tf Craw.
Mrs. Whitener Prevost, Miss
Harrold, Miss Sue Willard
Ay and Mrs. Henry Foy.
ktC. Bnggs,'who has spent
N aeveral months with her
Pter in Washington, D. C, and
s in Norfolk, has returned
H. Martin, who is now locat
hi n:.-i. .till . .
r fcuuueiniown. arrived nn
f to spend his vacation
M Elizahpth VrQiini. ...I,,. 1
I miivio, nuu hub
Ply graduated from th
suilege of the University of
taynesville, n. a."
'f. Alice Fvp J n.n
Outlaws Of The
Patrick. R. ToomCT
"Men Of Boys
SPcer Tracy, M.
Clyde Masonic Lodge Will
Be Host of District Meet
?lyde Lodge No. 453 A F & A M
will be host to the meeting of the
41st district at Clyde on Satnr.
day from four to eight p. m. AH
Masons of the district are cordially
invited to attend.
Ed McCracken Wins
Carolina Farmer Degree
At State FFA Meeting
Ed McCracken, who has been
an active member of the Fines
Creek F. F. A. club for the past
uiree years, was awarded the Car.
olina Farmer degree at the state
meeting of the organization held
at State College, Raleigh, last
week. This degree is the highest
awarded by thestate association
and is coveted by all vocational
students of the state and only
sixty-two met the requirements
for the .the degree this year. :
Young McCracken is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCracken.
of b ines Creek. He is an outstand
ing student in vocational agricul
ture and other school subjects and
activities. He will be a senior in
the Fines Creek high school this
North Carolina, returned Friday
from a business trip to Raleigh.
Mrs. James Atkins, of Washing-
toton, D. C, is at her summer res
idence at Lake Junaluska.
Miss Edith Long has gone to
Chapel Hill to. attend the summer
school at the state university.
Miss Mary Elizabeth and Miss
Aneia Rozier, of Lumberton, ar
rived on Saturday to visit their
aunt, Mrs. William Hannah.
Pete Parker Parrish and Bill
Hannah have returned from At
Miss Betty Gene Alley and Miss
Mary Lee Alley accompanied their
father. F. E. Alley, Jr., to Ureens-
boro, where they will visit him.
Mr. Alley, who was recently named
assistant collector of Internal Rev
enue, is now located in Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hines, Jr., of
Kinston. and the latter's sister,
Miss Marion Morgan, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan. Mr.
snH Mrs. Hines will reman here
for onlv a few days, but Miss Mor
gan will spend the summer with her
uncle and aunt.. .
Miss Edna Hayes left Sunday for
Mocksville. where she is attend-
in a reunion of her class from
Davenport College. ,
Mr" and Mrs. Dee Sherrill and
daughter, of Bryson City,: spent
the week-end with Mr. ana Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Griffin and
. . 4.U1.
son, jan unmn, are Biwuuuig
week at Wilmington Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wyatt have
had as guests recently Mr. ana
Mrs. Fred Tobergta, of Cincinnati,
rihin. James Carle. Jr.. of Waynes-
and Mr. and Mrs. fiaroia
Tobergta and children, Arnold
T and Joyce Ann, of Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Russ were
wirnl cmests of relatives in
Mm. Howard HalL who under-
wont an o Deration at ivoroon
HospiUl in Asheville, is improving.
Miu Rraee Henderson, of Hick
ory, spent the week-end here with
her sister, Mrs. E. - Merman.
ltfia Marearet McRorie left Sat
urday for Washington, v. wnere
she will visit relatves.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scruggs
have announced the arrival oi a
Hano-htor Sandra Joyce, at their
home on Tuesday, June 10.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lynn had as
their guests over the week-end Mr.
I James M'Lean Ts
Claimed Rv T)pnth
At Home Here
(Continned from paga 1) .
Wayneville and served several
terms. A number of years ara ha
was made a life mmW f tv.
board of stewards nf tb in
He has been connects riti.
V. n.,tA VUV
lumber plant of Hyatt & Co., for
40 years, having served as office
He was hia-hlv renrtul Vi .n
who have known him and will be
greatly missed by his business as
sociates and friends.
He is survived bv AM ann Rk
ert, of Waynesville, a granddaugh
ter, Betty Mowdy, of Sulphur,
Oklahoma, a sister, Mrs. Charles
Carlisle, of Loner Beach. California
a brother, Robert McLean, of Can-
aaa, ana a niece, Mrs. H. C. Has
sell, of Tuscaloosa. Alabama. I
Among those from out of town
THE WAYNESYILLE MOUNTAINEER
Carr JLumber Co.
Area This Week
(Continued from page 1)
here. Mr. Carr is now operating
a large mill In New Mexico. He
makes frequent trips to Western
North Carolina, looking after his
This large holding for which the
deed and check were passed on
Tuesday, involved around $100,000
it was learned unauthoritative.
attending the funeral services on
Sunday afternoon were: Samuel
Freeburn, Jr., Miss Margaret Free
burn, Mrs. Ralph Pressley, Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Freeburn. and Mr.
Joe Evans, all of Asheville. Mrs.
Ed Proffltt, Miss Clarine , Proffitt,
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones,
all of Gaffney, S. C, Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Hampton, Mrs. Mary
Hampton, of Skyland, and Mrs.
H. C. Hassell, of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
The (tract lies between the Hot
Springs unit of the Pisgah National
Forest and the Great Smoky Moun
tains National Park. Being pur
chased in fee simple by the Carr
Lumber Company the right is given
them to handle the profits in any
way they may wish.
Logging operations were begun
this week in the thickly timbered
land which will continue, it was
learned, over a period of five years
or longer if necessary to complete
It is said that when operations
are fully developed there will be
at least 200 men employed. Logs
will be shipped by truck to Way
nesville and Newport, Tenn. The
Carolina Power & Light Company
has granted the right to barge and
raft logs, over their lake up the
river from Waterville.
The power company, because of
the danger of sobotage, insists
in their commission that only na
tive born residences of Western
North Carolina be emnloved in the
logging operations to protect the
property and carry on the work.
The officials of the Carr Lumber
Company, who have always em
ployed local labor are in full sym
pathy with this request
"The Twelve Mile Strip" con
tains a variety of trees, including
the. maple, bass, cucumber, ash,
hemlock, chesnut and several va.
rietiea of oak. It is said that many
of -the trees are five feet in diam
eter and larger.
Preliminary operations, such as
measuring the rights of way, lay
ing the roads and clearing brush,
have already bes-un under the su
pervision of Dewey Pless, who will
be in charge of the entire opera
tions on the "12 mile strip."
The Thomas Humes Com nan v
bought the property some years
ago from D. G. Parker, of Dyers
burg, Tennessee. Prior to Mr.
Parker's ownership it belonged to
Scottish Company, a number of
those holding interest living in
Plans are underway to organ
ise a huntinff and fishinsr cluh
with a limited membership. Among
those who have been asked to join
Mark Kirkpatrick 4
Awarded Cash Prize '
At FFA Meet Last Week
Mark Kirkpatrick, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Kirkpatrick, member of
the Fines Creek F. F. A. club, was
given a cash prise of $2.50 for hav
ing been declared the Star Farmer
of the Smoky Mountains Feder
ation of the F. F. A. for the past
Young Kirkpa trick waa i Uo
winner of the Smoky Mountains
Federation supervised practice
contest this past year and received
a cash prise of 42.50 for his honors.
He won these prizes for his out
standing F, F. A. club work in the
Fines Creek chapter.
The prizes were awarded by the
state association at the annual
convention held at State College,
Raleigh, last week.
are Thomas Alexander, Jonathan
Woody and Dewey L. Pless.
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