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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Every Place At Balsam
Occupied, Mostly By
Residents Of Florida
By Gertrude Ruskin.
Every cabin at Balsam is either
rented or occupied.
The following home-owners are
enjoying their summer homes:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Noyes, St
Petersburg, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs.
George Fentxi, Ft Lauderdale,
Fla.; they have a cabin guest, Mrs.
Raymond Crowder, of Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner, Or
lando, Fla. Mr. Turner has just
returned from the furniture mark
et at High Point
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Baggett,
Daytona, Fla.; they have had Mrs.
Trevor Mordecai and young son
and the W. B. Baggetts, as cabin
Grace Bingham and her niece,
Lillian Bingham, Daytona Beach,
Fla., have been making some im
provements in their cabin.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Thorn, St.
Petersburg, Fla., there gardens
are the envy of the rest of us
"would-be-farmers." ' During the
winter months Mr. Thorn operates
the Central, Ames and Hawthorne
hotels at St Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Higgins and
family, Haines City, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sneed, Day
tona, Beach, Fla. The Sneeds have
returned to Daytona Beach, after
spending a few days in their cabin.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Papy and
family, of Key West, Fla. The
Papys are making some improve
ments on their cabin this year.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lewis, Louis
ville, Ky. Mr. Lewis recently re
turned to Louisville and was fol
lowed in about a week by Mrs.
Miss Mary Moore, principal of
Girl's high school, Atlanta, Ga.,
and Ellen Koch, teacher in Newark,
N. J., have opened their cabin. Miss
Moore has just returned from chap
eroning a group of outstanding
boys and girls from Fulton and
Dekalb counties, Georgia, to the
New Blood for the American I aVV
Hundreds of Americans who never hart set foot on a battleship have shed their Wood for the U. S. Navy.
A shipment of blood, dried and processed, is shown being taken aboard a warship at the Philadelphia
Navy Yard. The dried blood plasma, donated by 1,600 Philadelphia volunteers, keeps Indefinitely and mixed
with sterile water it used for blood transfusions.
National Educational Association
which was recently held in Boston.
The trip was given by radio station
WATL of Atlanta. Their bus
stopped at many historical places
going up to Boston and coming back
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Horton and
son, Oze Horton, Atlanta, have re
turned to their cabin on the old
Indian Trail, after attending the
marriage in Dalton, Ga., of Mrs.
Horton's niece, Mary Hamilton,
to John McKnight. On their way
back from their wedding trip to
Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. McKnight
were over-night guests of the
Mrs. Emma Braren, Daytona
Peach, Fla., she and John T. Jones
are Balsam's able real estate
Mrs. Mable Erickson and daugh
ter, Harriet, Dayton Beach, Fla, the
Ericksons and Freda Jones mo
tored to Asheville for the day.
Mrs. O. G. McKenzle and daugh
ter, Mary Anne, Miami, Fla. The
McKenzie's cabin was struck . by
lightning in a recent thunder storm ;
it did no damage except to burn a
few holes in the porch and frigh
ten them, Mrs. McKenzie's horse,
Princess Pat, took a prize this
winter in the Miami horse show.
Larry Lee and family are occu
pying their log cabin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ganyard, Mr. and
Mrs. Kohler and Mr. and Mrs.
Holden, all of Miami, have bees en
joying their cabins.
Mrs. J. R. Rork and son, Roy,
arrived at their cabin early ire the
season from Paducah, Ky. I
Mrs. Calhe Kent, GainesvfiHe,
Fla., continues to live alone a ad
like it.'- J .
Dr. and Mrs. Boice have opened
their cabin for the summer; thaw
son, Roy Dock and family are in
their cabin near by.
Many home owners have rented'
their cabins to summer visitor::
Mrs. W. D. Shields and two chiB-
dren are ensconced in the Robert
son cabin for tiie summer; hen
husband. Lieutenant W. D. Shields,
of the coast guard, has just been
sent on temporary duty to Greeav
land. Mix. Shields just received hir
first letter from ker husband in
Mr. and; Mrs. F- B. Clark, Coud
Gables, Fla., are in the Middle tun
cabin while they are building thear
own home. ;
Mrs. Hugh Tayfcr, of Key Wt,
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Fla., has rented the Randall cabin.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Henshaw,
North Miami, Fla., and their chil
dren, Ernest and Ruthie, are in
the Parson cabin. Mrs. Henshaw's
brother, Edward Parsons, owns
the Lodge at Balsam.
Mrs. A. M. Lins and Mrs. H. N.
God bey and family, Mimia, Fla.,
are occupying the Braren cabin for
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. NIven and
family, Dayton Beach, Fla., are in
the Hipp cabin. Mrs. Niven is a
member of the executive board of
the Red Cross. The Nivins bought
a lot on Rummy road and expect
to build soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Gentry and
family of West Palm Beach, Fla.,
have rented the Wilson cabin,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harton and
daughter, Pat, Daytona Beach,
Fla., are in one of the Bishop
cabins. The other Bishop cabin
is occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Wilkms, Coral Cables '..Fla Mr,
Wilkins has been attending the
furniture market at High Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone and
family, Miami Beach, Fla-, hare
rented one of the Gauidin cabins
until September. This w then-
first visit to Balsam.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Dunn and:
family, Daytona Beach, Fla-, have
rented the Klock cabin.. Mn. and
Mix. Dunn's sisters, Mary Dunn and
Genevieve Edwards, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. F. Sargent, Coral
Gables, Fla., are ensconced! in. the
Davidson cabin for the sumnfir.
Join N. Thorne and his sister,.
Miss Myrtle B. Thorne, ares enjoy
ing the new garage' apartmiBrtr that
John- T. Jones built the past winter-
on has farm.
Mrs.. Mable E. Butler, Tenice,
Fla., has been visiting Hear two
sons,. Hubert Ensley and Elsie
Ensley and their families.. Mrs.
Butler was formerly Mable Mur-
doch, daughter of Dr. anriT Mrsi
Thaxe are three families from
Cocoav Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Andrews
and feraily in the Reece calih, Dr.
and Mia. Kensatoir and fanriljrin
the Toorn cabin and Mr. and' Mrs.
Thomas Cox in the Milton: aabin.
loan T. Jones watched the ther
mometer for an hour and! a half1
Sunday. It stayed at 86, but if it
hadt gone over 86 it would have
bees; the hottest day ever known
NOTICE OF SAIE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Mrs. R, L. Coin, administratrix
of Mary Tate McCracfcn, datoV
Pauline McCracken Hott, et aL
heirs at law.
Under and by virtu of a order
ol the superior counrt of Haywood
County, North Carolina. nad in
the above entitled nrocMdinra.
the undersigned canmissiuter will
on Friday, August 22, 1941, at 10
o'clock A. M., on the premises, offer
for sale, through Home Realty and
Auction company, offer for safe to
the highest bidder nn th t.m.
herein specified, the following de-
scnoea real and personal prop
erty, to wit: That certain house and
lot known as the late Mrs. R. Q.
McCracken home situated on North
Main Street in the Town of Way
nesville, and also the vacant lot
adjoining the above, said vacant
lot having a f rentage of 54 feet on
Main street: said real estate to
be sold on the following terms:
One-half cash, and the balance
on one and two years time, the de
ferred payments to be secured by
deed of trust on property sold. At
said time and place the household
and kitchen furniture and other
personal property on the prlemises
will also be sold to the highest
bidder for cash.
This July 23, 1941.
T. L. GREEN,
No. 1098-July 24-81-Au. 7-14,
at Balsan. You all better come up
and see us at Balsam during the
Following is a list of summer
visitors at Balsam Lodge:
Captain and Mrs. P. L. Cos
grove, Key West, Fla., are spend
ing their first summer at Balsam.
Judge Curry, Miami, Fla., visited
his wife and daughters over the
week-end. Celes tine and her daugh
ter are spending the summer at the
Lodge. Frank F. Nixon, Miami,
Fla., takes many sightseeing trips.
Marjory" Eis and her mother, Mrs.
J. 0. isv 'Miami, Fla., will spend
several weeks here. ..;','
Helen A. Sackett, Candor Tioga,
N. Y., is a guest of the Lodge.
Mrs. C. M. Holmes and Mrs, W.
C. Brown, Jacksonville, Fla., are
Eyes Of Brazil On United Stat c.
Dr. Tucker, 55 Years A Missions
- The eyes of Brazil'.,, J
turned towards thi- 4i
Dr. H. r t,,?, e.ln&
Young Pullets Require
Good House, Green Feed
Prepare the laying house now
for the young pullets, says. C. F.
Parrish, extension poultry spe
cialist of N. C. State College, in
timely suggestions to North Caro
lina chicken-raisers. "Also, see
that the pullets have plenty of
green feed for the remainder of
the summer and the fall," he ad
"Scrub out the laying house with
hot lye water," Parrish said, "and
after the house is thoroughly dry,
apply a good disinfectant as an
extra precaution. Let the house
air out for a few weeks, if possi
ble, before filling it with pullets."
The poultryman. says it may be
necessary to plant some additional
green feed for late summer and
fall. He recommended soybeans
as good late summer and fall green
feed. Where soybeans or other
green feed are not available, broad
cast oats in corn near the chick
en house when the crop is laid by.
These oats will furnish tender
green leed through not August
and September weather.
Parrish also said: "If the flock
of pullets is to be vaccinated for
pox, or dewormed, do it early. It
is not good practice to do either
job after the pullets have started
Go slow on feeding new grains,"
he declared. "Start with only a
little new" grain each day and grad
ually increase the amount if no
trouble is noticed in the flack. It
is better to allow the new grain
to become thoroughly dry before
feeding to poultry,"
As a final suggestion, the ex
tension specialist said "This is
the season to do that repairing
of poultry house and equipment
that has been put off so long; What
spending a short vacation at the
Mr. and Mrs. W, G. MacGfoshan,
Daytona Beach, Fla., are expect
ing to spend the rest of the sum
mer here. Mr. MacGIashan likes
to tackle the interesting- IS hole
golf course at HazelwooL
Dr. H. C
years in Brai . .
ians here Friday.
"From observation ,j
ence of 55 years '
see a closer reufijj1
desire on the
neT6 Th f
ness. The peon . 4lS
country are being iffipt
the cultural j i-. " ""I
the TWBH c " uterMr
"xs, as tlk
people visit thi B.
f.r themselves what AmeJ
o - ...
"I lilra tU; .
he said, as he continued ,.
r 'arger than
American an A
of 4S T.ili;. PW
"I am afraid that Br.rii
coming just a little over ij
o Tit as) nnJ i ul
uu.luI, ueveiopment, whitt
inuvcu wun plenty of feni
wen waierea in
Dr. Tucker, although 84, J
w uc o man oi on. He eipU'
he keeps young by keepin,
and this may be surmissH .
was learned that hesidei U
missionary for 55 years, fcl3
servea t years as agency
tary of the American Bihk
ty, at present is a m,U
YMCA Brazilian National (J
lee, memDer of severnl i
hospital and orphanage bond
orary president of the Iiatiti
rromoting Cultural RelKid
tween Brazil and the United
and a member of the Uiij
club of Rio de Janerio, besil
ing field treasurer for the FiJ
fwenty-one visitors frol
states' were present.
about putting a floor hi tbl
ing house? How about w
those dropping boards or rl
racks that have been neei
badly? : Do you hare
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