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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
By D. SAM COX
COMPLIMENTS OF "THE
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When Mr. Man found only two
barbecued pigs where he had just
left three, he thought that one of
them had fallen through the rods
into the pit and he grabbed his
turing stick and looked down into
the pit but even with the light from
those coals he couldn't see any pig.
He was a lot upset, and scratched
his head almost as hard as Uncle
Joe does when he is awfully puzzled.
Then he got his lantern and began
looking for tracks, and he didn't
have any trouble about rinding
plentyof them. -There were two
rows of them one row coming
from the creek and the other going
back, and they were the tracks of
that "strange animal."
Mr. Man was certainly put out.
Here he had invited everybody in
the neighborhood to his corn-shucking
and barbecue supper, and now
somebody had stolen one-third of
his supper. He was afraid to go out
of sight of the pit again, for this
same man or animal might come
and get another pig; so he took one
pig under each arm and carried
them to his meat table at the
smoke house where he could cut
them up and get them ready for the
table. They were so hot that they
nearly burned his shirt off, and so
he ran like a rabbit to the place
where he could drop them. When
ihe told Mrs. Man that somebody had
stolen one of his pigs, and he was
afraid there wouldn't be enough for
the crowd, it didn't worry her at all.
"Oh, well," she said, "I think
there will be plenty of meat to go
around. I thought that some of
the crowd might not like barbecue,
and so I roasted a turkey, and he
is most as big as a pig, so nobody
will have to go home hungry." ,:
And now the neighbors were com
ing in, and Uncle Joe and Aunt Judy
had come, too, "to help out the
white with their doings," as Uncle
Joe said. And Uncle Joe was a
real help in keeping the big fire go
ing, bringing water ,to the corn
shuckers and running around gen
erally. Everybody had a good time,
and unless you have ever been to
a corn-shucking you don't half
know what a frolic is. Everybody
whoops and hollers and sings just
To Motorists For
Trips On Fourth
The Fourth of July week-end will
be even more hazardous than
previous years because of increas
ed congestion on the highways and
at resort and recreational centers
resulting in part from National De
fense activities, it was pointed out
today by Mr. B. J. Sloan, chairman
of first aid, water safety, and acci
dent prevention of the Haywood
county chapter. American Red
Traffc death figures for the first
three months of 1941 just released,
reveal that if the present rate con
tinues, the total for this year will
surpass 40,000 deaths an all-time
high. Highway fatalities last year
totaled 34,000 an increase of sev
en per cent over the total for 1939,
Deaths Irom drowning each year
average approximately 7,000.
The vacationist, must not only
see to his own saitety, but must
anticipate the carelessness of oth
era. Mr. Sloan warned. The mis
take of one motorist may result in
fatality to those who may be ob
serving all the rules of the road.
This years list of accidental
deaths and injuries will be largely
the result of carelessness and igno
rance. For a safe Fourth, Mr.
Sloan offers the following sugges
tions: ', "
To motorists Get an early start
for the holiday week-end trip to
get ahead of the congestion and
allow plenty of time.
Make a thorough check-up of
your tires, brakes, lights rfnd
steering gear, for many accidents
are the result of faulty equipment.
Keep an eye on the "other fel
low," who may cause the accident,
Be sure luggage piled in the
back of the car does not obscure
rear vision, .
Remember that driving after
dark is many times more hazar
ous Bnd after-dark accidents are
frequently more serious.
Bear in mind that expert swim-
as loud as he wants to, and some
times they have contests to see
which side will shuck the most
corn, and the winners get a prize.
They certainly did have a good
time, and the smell of that barbe
cue and roast turkey that Mrs.
Man and Aunt Judy were fixing
for supper made them all hurry to
get through. When they had finish
ed the shucking, and were all gath
ered around the big table, they were
not half so noisy as they had been,
for that good supper kept their
mouths too full to do much talking.
When they had nearly finished the
supper and were drinking the last
of the coffee, there came fluttering
over Mr. Man's head a piece of
paper with a little stick tied to
it, so the wind wouldn't blow it
away. It fell on the table right in
front of him, and when he picked
it up he saw that it was a note with
his name on it. He certainly didn't
Know what to make of it, but it
looked like something that he ought
to read, and so he unfolded it and
"The strange animal sends his
compliments to Mr. and Mrs. Man,
and thanks him for the delicious
barbecued pig. We are all enjoying
it very much."
"Ah-hah," Mr. Man said, "I knew
the rascal was a man. I'll take
this note to town tomorrow and
put the sheriff after him."
(To be Continued.
Nazi Forces Push Into Soviet
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Germany's invasion of Russia began along a front extending from the
Arctic to the Black Sea, with Finnish and Romanian troops also posh
ing into the Soviet from their frontiers. Nasi bombers promptly at
tacked Zhitomir, Kiev and Sevastopol whila Red bombers raided East
i Prussia. Brest-Litovsk was the seen of bloody fighting.
Hay - Makers
THE OUVS8 CUP-CUT MOWW Is
the first all-purpose mower. Tto
Clip-Cut action Is so efficient in all
crops that the uniquely spaced and
braced Clip-Cut guards work In anything-
or on anything that can be
machine-mowed. Lespedesa and soy
beans don't bother them, nor does
stony soil. And this mower la a langfe
for the horse, for It's the lightest
draft mower on the market.
THIS SULKY DCMT RAKE Is bUt
for hard usage. Lis bttdge-trnsaed
frame prevents sagging and twisting.
It dumps the bay the Instant that
pressure Is applied to the damp
pedaL Then the teeth drop Unmeos
ately, so there Is no nnraked atrip
next to the windrow. There are three
different "down" positions of the
teetb and foor different "P" posi
Question: Will a hen that quits
laying and molts during the spring
and summer come back into pro
duction early next fall when egg
prices go up?
Answer: Late molters are quick
molters, says T. T. Brown, exten
sion poultryman of State College.
Records show that the best layers
are late molters and that the early
molters take a long time to com
plete the job and lay at a slower
rate when they do start back. When
feed and water are kept before a
flock, the birds that molt before
September' are usually not worth
carrying over another year and
should be replaced with pullets.
Question: Can farmers make as
much money raising sheep as they
can raising cattle?
Answer: L. I. Case, extension
animal husbandman of State Col
lege, Says growers can make more
money with sheep than almost any
other farm enterprise for the
money invested. Records show
that it costs not more than $3 a
year to keep a ewe, yet this ani
mal will return a gross income of
from $10 to $12 yearly.
Franklin Pastor To
Preach At Hazelwood
Rev. S. R. Crockett, of Frank
lin, will preach at the Hazelwood
Presbyterian church Sunday morn
ing at li o clock.
bunday school will be held at
the regular hour.
Efforts are being made to have
a large congregation Sunday to
hear Rev. Mr. Crockett.
cases until they are properly cool
ed. When warm eggs are put in
cases, they can't cool rapidly. So,
they began to lose quality and may
even become bad. The way eggs
are marketed also affects their
quality and the number lost through
souage. fcggs need to be marketed
often. And once a week isnt Often
enough. Twice a week isnt often
enough in hot weather. For satis
factory results, eggs need to- be
marketed just as soon as possible
" nicy am gutnerea ana eooiea.
One other point, the eggs must be
protected from heat while on the
way to market. If the eggs or
containers in which they are pack
ed are exposed to the sun or heat
from other sources, they will lose
quality. Loss of quality means
loss of market value.
Question: What are some of
the important things to remember
in marketing eggs?
Answer: Never put the eggs in
mers can be drowned from cramp
caused by swimming too soon after
NOTICE OF SUMMON
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT,
STATE OF NIORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD,
A. J. HOLLAND.
AGNES HAZEL HOLLAND.
The Defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, by the
plaintiff against the defendant for
the purpose Of obtaining an abso
lute divorce from the defendant
on statutory grounds and the de
fendant will further take notice
that she is required to appear be
fore the Clerk of ' the Superior
Court of Haywood County, in
Waynesville, North Carolina, on
or before the 12th day of Julv.
1941, and answer or demur to the
complaint herein filed.
You will further take notice that
if you fail to answer or demur to
the complaint within the tima re
quired, by law, the plaintiff will
apply, o the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint, namely,
an absolute divorce.
Given under my hand and seal
of the Court, this the 11th day of
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina.
No.1080 June 12-19-26-July 8,
Americans have the right idea
using gliders on their front porch
lor peace and quiet.
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday, July 21st, 1941. at
11:00 o'clock a. m at the Court
house door in the Town of Waynes
ville, N. I will offer for sale at
public outcry to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described
real estate, to-wh:
Lying and being in Tewn of Ha
BEGINNING on an Iron stake
and runs N. 76' 10' E. 5 chains and
64 links to a stake in an old drain;
thence S. 13 50 . links to Will
Scates' line: thence Si.' 67 40' W.
chains and 48 links to a nhone
pole; thence N. 24 40' W. 1 chain
etid 33 links to the BEGINNING,
containing one-half acre, more or
less, and being the same land con
vey 1 to W. D, Scates by L. Scatea.
et ux.. by deed dated Anril IS.
1920, and recorded in Book 65 at
page 315, Haywood C-niiy Reg
EXCEPTING and RESERVING
a right-of-way along the Southern
boundary hne of the property above
described as the same is now located.
Being the same laad conveyed
to Fred Calhoun and wife, Agnes
Calhoun, by W. D. Scates and wife,
Julia Scates, by deed dated May 1,
Sale made pursuant to the power
and authority vested in me by that
certain deed of trust dated May 8,
1937, executed by Fred Calhoun
and wife, Agnes Calhoun, and re
corded in Book of Deeds of Trust
No. .31, at page '232, Haywood
County Registry, to which record
reference is hereby made for all
the terms and conditions thereof.
This June 20th, 1941.
A. T. WARD,
No. 1084 June 26-July 3-10-17.
THURSDAY. JUNE 26
R Jewelers, 11 Pet, 12
t IDavi. 2b . 4
1 IKellett e 4
OJTooheT lb . 4
1 lYount rf . 4
t (Rob'ton it 4
4 IMuU M . . 4
ICarver 8b . 4
1 Ibeam U . I
I iLeapcrd cf
; iL'wood P i
Totals. .40 11 14 I Total.. 3 T It II
Jones rf ..
Bryaon if ,
Boccra e . .
Enaley lb ,
Aab lb ..
T'man p .
Smith tb ,
Green aa . .
Khcehan of 4
Truitt af , . 4
THURSDAY, JUNE 26
RAP No. 1, 8 Boosters, 1
RAP No. 1 lb r hlBooaters ab
Scrum af 4 1
Collins e .4
lorru as . S
ltilner If .
Sinsleton rf 1
Putnam p . 3
Oaddia ib . S
Bischoff Sb S
Stamey lb . t
Rhinehart cf t
t IWrwbt rf t
t iMoora aa . t
1 IBoon lb . t
0 IWyatt 8b , 8
1 iManua c . I
0 IHoyle af . 8
0 IW'ward If t
1 (Harris cf . t
0 IHoyle tb . I
0 IPhlllipa p I
"7 1 Total. 8
FRIDAY, JUNE ZT
Clyde, 11 Lions, 7
Orcan D .
Medford Sb 4
Sutter If . 4
Hall cf .. 8
Medford rf . 8
Mackey aa , 8
b iLiona ab
1 iGraen . 8b 8
1 ISUnlev cf 8
0 IWeath'br aa 8
llCampbeil lb 8
1 I Daria If . . 8
I iHyMtt af , . 8
1 iParkraan rf 8
0 IMassie 2b 8
2 IBntmlett e l
1 lOwena p . 8.
Totsl..; :S 11 111 Total. SO
FRIDAY, JUNE 27
J Creek, 8 Rotary, 5
r h (Rotary ab
1 1 INeal rf . 8
0 1 IWatkins O 8
0 0 lOay as . 8
0 1 iLynn lb . 8
0 0 iFereunon 8b 3
2 2 IMaan'a 2b 2
2 2 I Bowles af 8
0 0 IParka cf . 8
2 SDavla If . 8
1 2 lOorpeninc p 8
J Creek ab
L'wood rf 4
HoweU If . 8
Moody cf . 8
L wood Sb S
Meaner lb . 8
Smith 2b . 8
Stevenson af S
L'wood aa . 3
lfeaaer c . 8
Davia D . . 3
Total... SI 8 13 I
Total. 20 fi 0
MONDAY, JUNE 30
Iron Duff, 14 iR&P No. 2, 11
Iron Duff ab
Crawford aa 4
Smith p -. 8
Morrow lb 4
Ferguson 8b 4
Parks 2b . . 4
Steph'son rf 4
CaldwcU If 8
Crawford 6 th
Tate cf . . 8
Morrow af S
Miller . S
Total... 86 14 8 1 Total.. 45 11 14
MONDAY, JUNE 30
h IR4P No. S ab
1 I Davia 2b . S
1 lOUliand 8b. &
0 lArr'aton aa S
1 iFlnney c S
0 lOreen lb . S
1 iFinney p . 4
i iDeweeae If 4
IDavia rf . 4
1 IWhitner cf 4
0 IT'man af 41
Boosters ab r
Wriirht rt . 4 1
Moore aa . 4 0
Hoyle af . 4 1
Boone lb . 8 1
h lUmuruata ab r
1 I Robinson p 8 8
2 IT'man lb 4 0
1 iPrevost Sb 1 0
1 I Robinson p 8 2
Troop 3 8, Midgets 2.
Independents 23, Wildcats 3.
Eagles 13, Termites 2.
Eagle 7, Troop 3 6.
Independents 5, Termites 4.
Wildcats 6, Midgets 4.
TrooP 3 10, Wildcats 3.
Independents 4, Eagles 2.
Termites 18, Midgets 1.
Independents 10, Midgets 0.
Troop 3 11, Termites 8.
Eagles 13, Wildcats 7.
Eagles 4, Termites 2.
Termites 23, Midgets 0. ''
Independents 3, Troop 3 0.
Termites 30, Wildcats 7.
Independents 5, Termites 6.
Eagles 6, Troop 3 1. ;
Independents .. ....19 1'
Eagles . 13 7
Troop 3 9 11
Termites . 8 12
Wildcats .. 1 9
Midgets 1. 1 9
Independents vs. Eagles.
Wildcats vs. Troop 8.
Midgets vs. Termites.
Wyatt 8b .
Mamie c .
Harris cf .
Hoyle 2b .
1 IT'man ef S t
1 ICalhoun 11 0
0 ISmlth 2b S O
1 iKuy'dall ef 2 0
OlHill as .. t
1 iRobinaon c 8 0
Total... SS 9 I Total. .81 7
TUESDAY, JULY 1
R Jewelers, 3 Tannery. 15
Enaley lb . S
Jonea cf . s
Evana If . S
T'man . as S
Smith Sb' . 3
AsU Sb . 3
Sheehan cf . 8
R offers c
Seiwsra p . 2
1 ITannery ab
0 fLane c 4
i Wyatt lb . 4
2 IWyatt b . 6
1 !Blalock as 4
1 iTruitt ef . 4
I ITruitt af . 4
1 iRicheson If 4
IScruKCT lb 4
iRatcliff rf 4
I Henry p 4
Total. . .28 8 l Total. .41 16 13
TUESDAY, JULY X
J Creek, 5 Iron Duff, 7
L wood rf . 8 0 0 Iron Duff ab - r h
Meaaer lb . 8 0.0 ISmith aa . 8 11
L'wood 3b . S 0 0 IMiller c . 3 0 0
L'wood af . 8 0 0 lOrawford p 8 0 1
Steph'son 2b 8 1 0 iFenruson 8b 8 1 1
Moody cf . 8 11 ICaldwell 11 I 1 1
L'wood as 8 1 0 Parka 2b S 1 1
Meaaer o .81 1 IMorrow af 8 1 1
Davia p .. 8 0 1 ITate cf .. 8 0 0
L'wood If . 3 1 2 IMorrow lb 8 1 0
ISteph'aon rf 2 11
Total. , . 80 6 el Total, 7ii ?
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Boosters - """"
R4P No. i !
UnagusU . ..
Reliable Jeweiers " j
Irnn rtflr V
Jonathan Creek " I
R4P No. 2 ' ,
Rotary u I'"'""":",
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Friday, Juiy .
Lions vs. Reliable JewJ
vuu vs. Kotary.
Tuesday July J
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not to cash any ched
ten on me by my d;
Mary Kirkpatrick Boi
I have instructed tl
not to cash same, and
son taking such chel
do so without recourse;
This the 2nd da
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