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UiY, AUGUST 14, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
,nr Reynolds Branded As An
: tA'mtr Snnkesmnn For A vie"
CilllUll'fe Mr " w-
. . uOa About
J1. rwlotte News:)
l m I lie v"-
riately enough. Ktobert
7 J As young man
li, 'reputation for show
'one of the Job. t
i celled was that ol a
'ricer at . carnwaL
. entered upou . political
ii, demogoguic talent won
rt among backward
.in North Carolina. His
itic was rapid and dis-
by bombastic campaign
Wd "home-spun" clown
e wM first elected to the
1933, which aptly enough
( year that Hitler seized
hington Senator Reynolds
. - Uah e an nut
became , .
. (pokesman lor the Axis
He could always be count-
take the floor of the Sen
efense of Der Fuehrer and
Typical of his declaration
times was this one: "Hitler
jssolini have a date with
It's foolish to oppose
0 why not play ball with
third Reich was most ap
n of the pro-Nazis efforts
lor Reynolds. In the United
the Nazi henchmen of the
CyNESVILLE, N. C
Bad Men Of
ing: Dennis Morgan, Jane
lyman, Wayne Morris.
Ing: Priscilla Lane, Hay
ibeson, Jeffrey Lynn.
Jring: Three Mesquiteers,
Ing: Ralph Bellamy, Mar
Kiss the Boys
Ing: Mary. Martin, Don
Imeche, Oscar Levant.
f Moon Over
pig: Don Ameche, Betty
able, Robert Cummings.
pwboy And the
png: Mary Beth Hughes,
George Montgomery. .
Much In Demand;
Many inquiries are coming to the
county agent's office for the pur
chase or i arms in Haywood county.
Letters are received from prospec
tive purchasers in nearby counties
and as far west as California.
Last week letters were received
from people in North Carolina,
Kansas, and Alabama. The farms
in Haywood are much in demand
and all persons haying land for
sale are asked to list it with the
The requests for information by
outside prospective buyers are for
farms ranging in size from twenty-five
acres to five hundred acres.
It is requested that anyone listing
farms for sale give full description
of land and buildings.
Over two hundred farms are to
be moved out of Clay county before
October 1. It is known that over
fifty of these farmers have re
quested that they be located in
Haywood county. Every effort will
be made to find places for these
farmers who are some of the best
in Western North Carolina.
dered to give the Senator all possi
German-American Bund were or
ble publicity and support. In Ger
nany the Senator's speeches were
reprinted in official National So
cialist publications. When the Sen
ator visited tne Third Reich in
1938, he was most enthusiastically
welcomed by the Nazis; and on his
return to America he spoke in
glowing terms of Germany and
Italy, describing them as lands of
happiness and prosperity.
As a key man in the native Fac
cist movement, Senator Reynolds
has specialized in ailen-baiting,
labor-baiting and anti-Semitism,
He is the founder and leader of the
American Vindicators, a "patriotic
vigilance organization which is
supported by members of the Chris
tian front, the German-American
Bund and the Silver Shirts. He
has fought against aid to the Allies,
remarking: "I am glad to State
without the least hesitation that I
am absolutely against the United
States waging war for the pur
pose of protecting the Jews any
where in the world." Of late he has
criticized all anti-Nazi films, such
as "Underground," as being "false
propaganda." It was not without
reason that Fritz Kuhn declared
after one of Senator ReynbWs
speeches: "I like the speech very
well. I underline everything he
Such is the character of the man
who this last April became chair
man of the vital Senate committee
on Military affairs.
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Emma Dawson, de
ceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
..i.t. nf eoiit Juwmpd to exhibit
CObabc v tJ -
them to the undersigned at Waynes-
ville, North uaronna, on or w
fore the 30th day of June, 1942, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 30th day of June, 1941.
j. h. McDonnell,
Administrator Emma Dawson,
deceased. '' . ;
No. 1086-July 3-10-17-24-31-
I i ; ; , :
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Il7 xX&fifa GET SOME fVJD
f f,. ffiav switchmJ to
U.S. ROYAL MASTERS
and forgot about tiro trouhht
Royal Master's protectioa against
wo. Md skid.
age meaos low-cost safety. No wooder
My,-WU never ride on any jther
kind of tire."
Barber's Rock Apple Filling
iftwvMY SPARES, Manager
rhone 127 At Barte Orchara
Peter Encourages Suffering Christians
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
, By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
1 (The International Uniform
.Lesson on the above topic for
I Aug. 17 Is I Peter 4:XM9; 5:6-11,
, the Golden Text being I Peter
4:16, "If a man suffer as a Chris-
tian, let him not be ashamed; but
! let hint glorify God In this
AT THE time St. Peter wrote
his two epistles, a great persecu
tion of the Christians was going
! on. The very name of Christian
applied to a man was likely to get
him Into trouble with the author
ities. Christians were accused of
being evil doers and of preaching
Nero in Rome had set the ex
ample of putting them to death,
and In the provinces there were
many who were only too willing
to follow his example. Paul,
Aquila and Luke were already
martryed. and followers of Christ
had few to whom they could turn
to strengthen their faith and give
them comfort In their sufferings,
Peter himself, according to re
port, was later crucified, but In
sisted that he be put to death head
downward, as he felt he was not
worthy to die in the position In
which his Master, Jesus, had per
ished. So while he was still among
them, Peter undertook to speak
words of comfort and to strength
en the hearts and wills of his fel
"Beloved, think It not strange
concerning the fiery trial among
you, which cometh upon you to
prove you, as though a strange
( uung happened to you." he writes.
I Peter himself knew how weak Is
man, for had he not denied his
Lord thrice when Jesus most
needed him, and repented In tears
Martyrs Should Rejoice
Instead of wondering why such
grief and suffering had come upon
them, they should rejoice because
they were also partakers of,
Christ s sufferings. Such persecu
tion would "prove them," show
that they were true followers of
their Master and not afraid to die,
if need be, for the cause they be
"If ye are reproached for the
name of Christ, blessed are ye, be
cause the spirit of glory and the
spirit of God resteth on you."
Have you ever oeen raixea ana
insulted by schoolmates or friends
because you wouldn't do as tney
wanted you to. thinking it not
right? If you have, you know a
very little about the feelings of
these poor men and women, who,
because they dared stand by their
convictions, were In danger of be
ing tortured and put to death. Too
were In no danger of losing your
life because you took a stand for
.what you believed was right; but
you can appreciate their terror
and unhapplness In small measure, j
There are many In the world to-'
day who also are, suffering for
their convictions and going to
their death therefor, sad to relate.
They need our sympathy and help
as the early Christians needed
Peter's. ' (
Peter tells them next that when ;
they suffer for their faith they i
must not act as If they were
wrongdoer murderers, thieves
or those who had been Interfering
in matters with which they had
"But If a man suffer as a Chris
tian, let him not be ashamed; but
let him glorify God In this name."
How many martyrs went to
their death at this time of perse
cution, not as criminals, but glori
fying God, glad that they had a
chance to show their faith by dy
ing as their Savior had died be
They were not to be af raid or to
worry about what would befall
them, "casting all your care upon
Him; for He careth for you."
Peter assured them. If they trust
ed In their Lord there was no need
to be anxious, even, for God cares
for His' children and would not
desert them, even In time of "fiery
trial" that was close upon them.
"Be sober, be vigilant; because
your adversary the devil, as a
roaring lion, walketh about, seek
ing whom he may devour "
Temptation Is always present,
and should be resisted. Christians
should remain "steadfast In the
"But the God of all grace, who
hath called us unto His eternal
glory by Christ Jesus, after that
ye have suffered awutle, make you
perfect, itabllsh, strengthen, set
'To Him be glory and dominion
for ever and ever. Amen.":
Distributed by King Features Syndicate, las.
Notice Of Tax Sale
(Continued from page 14)
acres. ...... .......;..- 101.08
Dan, 119 410 .
Carpenter, Johnny, 62 acres
Carpenter, John W., 2 acres
Carver, A. J. Est, 229 acres,
Carver, John, 130 acres,
Carver, Mattie, 3 acres
Carver, T. D. Est., 88 acres
Crook, Helen Reed, 20 acres
Davis, Annie, 86 acres
Davis, Grover & Ferguson,
Zeb, 496 acres, ...
Edwards, Mack, 26 acres
Evans, Roland, 6 acres ....
Ferguson, J. W., 414 acres
Fie, General A. W., 20 acres
Fingers, John C, 75 910
acres, Bal. . .......... -
Fitzgerald, Myrtle, 12 acres
Fowler, Herman, 13 acres V
Galloway, M. O., 260 acres
Garrett, T. A., 25 acres w.
Gibson, Dan J., 120 aeres
Grant, Floyd, 3 acres ...
Grasty, Oscar, 50 acres
Hannah, Mark E., 55 acres
Henry, Grady W., 5 acres -Henry,
Roosevelt, 5 acres -Honeycutt
H. Grady, 1 acre
James, D. P., 1 acres
James, Frank S., 1 acre
Ketner, Ernest E, 2 M acres
Ketner, Walter B., 8 acres
Kuykendall, Ralph, 80 acres
Liner, Mrs. Hardy, 11 acres
Liner, Joseph D. acre
McDaniel, Mrs. Charles, 11
acres . - -
Matney, Roy, 16 acres
Moody, Cora, 16 acres -
Moodv. Helen, 13 acres -
Moody, H. B., 161 610
der of the Board of Aldermen or
the Town of Waynesville, the un
dersigned, John W, Boyd, Tax Col
lector for the Town of waynes
ville, will offer for sale to the high
est bidder for cash, at the court
house door in Waynesville, on Mon
day, September 8th, 1941, at ten
o'clock, A. M., and continuing
thereafter until all property is sold
to satisfy the taxes levied against
the property of the property own
ers hereinafter described, which
taxes were levied for the year 1940
by the Town of Waynesville, in the
name of the owners as follows:
James 'P. Aldridge, 1 lot
C. E. Alexander, 1 lot 13.39
J. C. Allen, 1 lot 13.60
Judtfe F. E. Alley, 1 lot .... 52.70
H. li. Atkins, 1 lot 1U9.75
James Atkins, 1 lot 161.50
Atlantic MortKage. 1 lot .... 17.00
Rufus Ball, 1 lot 19.09
W. A. Band, 1 lot...; 4.25
Henry Harnett,' 1 lot 16.90
C. V. Bell, 1 lot .................... 133.33
Mrs. Annie Belville, 1 lot .... 6.80
A. S. Boyd, 1 lot ....................13.C0
W. J. Braddock, 1 lot ............ 3.40
B. L. Branson, 1 lot 3.40
Kelly Breeding, 1 lot ........ 43.10
J. J. Bridges, 1 lot .... 9.10
J. C. BroWn, 1 lot 60.48
J. N. Brown, 1 lot ................ 11.41
W. S. Brown, Mot 13.60
Mrs. O. D. Buckner, 1 lot .... 17.51
Burgins Bros., 2 lots, Bal... 240.21
W. H. & Otis Burgin, 1 lot 8.50
W. G. Byers, 1 lot ................ 58.78
J. M. Cagle. 1 lot 16.83
Eston R. Caldwell, 1 lot, Bal. 18.59
Harrison Caldwell,. ! lot .... 11.05"
Wilburn Campbell, 1 lot 84.00
Eddie Capps, 1 lot 3.60 1
Carlisle & Co., 1 lot ,....... 4.59 1
H. P. Carpenter, 1 lot 54.60
J. C, Chandler, 1 lot 7.10 ,
Mrs. Josephine Chase, 1 lot 14.45 ,
Harley Clark, 1 lot 17.00
Minnie J. Collins, 1 lot . 4.08
Cecil Collette, 1 lot -J . 5.91
W. W. Colson, 1 lot 8.50
Owen Corwin, 1 lot 6.25
Mrs. Sarah Cory, 1 lot 51.00
Frank Coxe Est., 1 lot 46.75
Walter T. Crawford, 1 lot 39.40
CF. Davis, I lot 29.20
James F. Davis. 1 lot . - 10.25
W. W. Davis, 1 lot - - 102.09
JVW. Derrick, 1 lot ...,- 25.50
Mrs. C M. Dicus, 1 lot 51.00
Donald Dunham, 1 lot ........ 114.50
Daniel Earley, 1 lot . 6.80
J. P. Edwards, 1 lot . 11.90
Harry Evans, I lot ....80.80
Mrs. Genevie Fan-is, 1 lot 27.20
H. B. Ferguson, 1 lot ........ 323.00
J. C. Ferguson, I lot ........ 42.50
T, Walter Ferguson, 1 lot 55.50
Carman Fincher, 1 lot 17.72
Mrs. Isadore Fincher, 1 lot 10.78
Mrs. D. E. Fincher, I lot .... 18.87
J. A, Fisher, 1 lot ................ 17.00
Williard Francis, 1 lot ........ 7.22
W. R, Francis, 1 lot 75.10
H. B. Freeman, 1 lot ; 9.51
Sam Freeman, 1 lot............ 8.60
James A. Gaddis. 1 lot ... 25.89
John Gaddis, 1 lot ............ 10.80
Henry Caddy, 1 lot 24.00
Robert Gaddis, 1 lot 4.64
M. O. Galloway. 1 lot 222.28
David Pitts Gautier, 1 lot .... 85.00
W. A. Grahl, 1 lot 42.50
Mrs. Lawrence Green, 1 lot 39.10
Mrs. Eugene Grimsley, 1 lot 1.70
Otto Groce, 1 lot ................ 6.80
G. W. Guffey, 1 lot .... 4.46
H. A. Hall, 1 lot 9.26
H. M. Hall, 1 lot 6.801
Mrs. V. L. Harkins, 1 lot .... 8.50
Haywood Cooperage, 1 lot .. 8.40
J. Fred Henry, 1 lot ........ 8.06
Mrs. Jesse Herron, 1 lot .... 5.10
W. A. Herron Est , 1 lot .... 81.60
Alden Howell, Sr., I lot .... 12.07
Boyd & Howell, 1 lot 5.44
E. B. Howell Est., 1 lot .... 5.10
Robert Howell, 1 lot ....... 11.64
T. Woolsey Howell, 1 lot .... 119.00
Glenn Hoxit, 1 lot ...... .... 30.60
Mr?". Nannie E. Jones, 1 lot 29.58
S. A. Jones Est., 1 lot 12.33
J. W, Killian, 1 lot ............ 71.23
W. H. Kuykendall, 1 lot .... 2.04
Margarette Lavenger, 1 lot 2.55
May Cope Leatherwood, 1 lot 18.99
Ralph Ix-ntherwood, 1 lot .... 9.06
Mrs. Nell D. Lee, 1 lot ........ 3.40
R. Dean Lee, 1 lot 13.60
R. L. Lee, 1 lot ............... 66.67
W. T. & R. L. Lee, 1 lot ... 130.90
W. H. Lee, 1 lot 8.50
W. T. Lee, 1 lot .............. ...... 194.14
Jerry Uner, 1 lot 17.00
Mrs. Sallie Liner Est., 1 lot 20.40
R C. McBilde, 1 lot ........ 40.42
M . Theodore McCracken, 1
R. G. McCracken, 1 lot ....
G. W. McDowell, 1 Jot ....
J. W. McKay, 1 lot
Ruth Magruger, 1 lot ........
E. P. & Fred Martin, 1 lot
Fred E. Martin, 1 lot .... ..
Z. L. Massey, 1 lot
Mrs. Hattie B. Massie, 1 lot
Elsie May Miller, 1 lot
Floyd Miller, 1 lot ............
F. W. Miller, 1 lot
Jim L. Miller, 1 lot
Mrs. Mary R. Miller, 1 lot
Mrs. R. E. Miller, 1 lot ....
Mrs. S. J. Miller, 1 lot ........
Sam K. Miller, 1 lot ........
M. W. Mills, 1 lot
Branner Mitchell, I lot ....
Will Mitchell. 1 lot ....
Mrs. E. K. Montgomery, 1 lot
E. Clifton Moody, I lot ....
Fred R. Moody, 1 lot . ..........
J. R. Morgan & D. A, James,
1 lot -
J. C. Murphy, 1 lot
S. J. Nichols, 1 lot
Mrs. M. M. Noland, 1 lot ....
John C. Norris, 1 lot
J. M. Norris Est., 1 lot...
Mrs. T. C. Norris, 1 lot ........
Mrs. Grace Norton, 1 lot ....
H. A. Osborne, 1 lot, Bal. ..
J. M. Palmer, 1 lot, Bal
J. M. Palmer & J. R. Boyd, 1
J. N, Peacock Est., 1 lot .
Lloyd Phillips, 1 lot
G. C. Plott, 1 lot 88.85
Homer H. Plott, 1 lot .. U 00
Mrs. Irene Poindexter, 1 lot 8.60
R. G. Rathbone, 1 lot 2.04
Bertha A. Reece, 1 lot .. . 6.80
D. C. & Bertha Reece, 1 lot 10.80
Roy Reece, 1 lot ............ 18.70
S. J. Reece, 1 lot . 18.85
Una Reed, 1 lot . . .. 4.25
Walter Reed, 1 lot ... .15.60
Benard L. Reeves, 1 lot .... 18.70
Mrs. M. H. Reeves, 1 lot 229.93
O. S. iRhymer, 1 lot 10.20
W. F. Rogers, 1 lot 10.10
Nathan Rogers, 1 lot ........ 6.50
Rogers, Gilmer & McCrack
en, 1 lot 5.10
Mrs. D. M. Russell , 1 lot .... 31.45
Madge Saddler, 1 lot . 3.06
Satterthwaite, Withers & Bass
1 lot 17.00
Fred H. Saunders, 1 lot .... 9.64
Arthur Shehan. 1 lot ............ 13.60
Mrs. G. E. Shoaf, 1 lot ........ 8.50
Mrs. Lou Silverthorn, 1 lot 21.80
D. M. Simmons, 1 lot ........ 1.70
Lacy B. Simmons, 1 lot .... 7.10
Dr. B. F. Smathers, 1 lot .... 10.20
George Smith, 1 lot .. 3.40
James R. Smith, 1 lot . 3.40
James Sorrells, 1 lot ........ 4.00
Monte G. Stamey, 1 lot .... 81.84
Thomas B. Stout, 1 lot ........ 10.78
Alice Stringfield, 1 lot . 2.89
Mrs. Mary E. Stringfield, 1
lot ....... 248.80
Dr. Sam Stringfield, 1 lot .... 72.08
Dr. Tom Stringfield, 1 lot 8.93
Joe N Tate, 1 lot 38.20
Mrs. James R. Thomas, 1 lot 25.50
Mrs. Alice Underwood, 1 lot 20.20
Spaldon Underwood, 1 lot 44.37
S. L. Underwood Est.. 1 lot 13.60
Geo. H. Ward, 1 lot 204.00
Waynesville Laundry, 1 lot 69.70
Waynesville Pharmacy, 1 lot 51.00
Reagan Wells, I lot ........ 1.70
Mrs. Ben West, i lot .. ..... 3.06
Walter Wilson, 1 lot ........ 4.12
E. L. Withers, 1 lot ........ ... 12.16
Rufus Wright, 1 lot 6.14
Oliver A. Yontf, 1 lot . ..... 20.15
Thomas Babb, 1 lot, Bal. .... 10.00
WUI Babb. I lot .
I Jerry Brown, 1 lot
! Ines Banks Bryant, 1 lot .
Dora Casey, 1 lot
James Harrison Casey, 1
Sol Casey, 1 lot
W. T. Conley, 1 lot
S. A- Copeney, 1 lot ...
Charlie Davis, 1 lot
Ernest Dal ton, 1 lot
Homer & Delia Forney, 1
Thomas Forney, 1 lot
Will Gray, 1 lot
Nelson Grifflnd, 1 lot
Delcie Hackett, 1 lot ....
Walter Haley, 1 lot
J. W. Hall. 1 lot
Henry Gudger, 1 lot
Robert Hodge, 1 lot
Alice Huston, 1 lot
Ada Howell, 1 lot .
Thomas Lenoir, 1 lot ....
William A. Lenoir, 1 lot
C. E. L. Love, 1 lot ...
George Love, 1 lot ........
Henry C. Love, 1 lot ........
Henry L. Love, 1 lot
Howard Love, 1 lot ..
J. C Love, 1 lot ...
Leon Love, 1 lot
J. H. McDonald, 1 lot ....
James McKinley, 1 lot ....
John M. Melton, 1 lot ...
John C. Melton, 1 lot ....
J. H. Moore, 1 lot
Mose Osborne, 1 lot, Bal.
R. G. Osborne, 1 lot
Saunders Osborne, 1 lot
Vallie Peterson, 1 lot ...
Etta Proctor, 1 lot
Mary Rose, 1 lot
Robert Sisk, 1 lot
J. H. Stewart .1 lot
Gaither Thompson, 1 lot
Tinnie Thompson Est., 1
Maggie Trotter, 1 lot ...
Louise Welch, 1 lot
Jess H. Williams, 1 lot ...
Heziah Young heirs, 1 lot
This 11th day of August, 1941.
JOHN W. BOYD,
Tax Collector for Town of
BRICK HOUSES ARE COOLER
When the hot sun beats down hotter and hotter
you can appreciate the fact that brick houses are really
cooler than others. Build with ETOWAH BUICK.
nr ETOWAH .
o) R I C K
BUILDS BETTER HOMES
MOLAND DRYSDALE CORP.
ETOWAH, N. C.
Truck Deliveries to all Parts
Of Western North Carolina
R. M. S., 29
Moody, Sarah Est, 6 acres
Moody, Mrs. S, A., 7 acres
Moody, Senteue J.,
Palmer, MiUie, 22 acres
Parton, Frank, 5 acres .
Plemmons, W. B., 143 acres
Plott, G. C, 72 acres, Bal.
Plott, James R., 117 acres
Plott, R. H., Est, 3045 acres
Bal. . -
Rathbone, Hiram Est., 17
acres ..... - . ' -
Russell. Joe, 13
Shehan, Rufus, 3 acres -
Snipes, M. V, 1 acre
Sutton, Billy, 2 acres
Sutton, Jim, 10 acres - -Sutton,
Rufus 10 acres
Sutton, Ted, 10 acres -Tilbrook,
James N., 7 acres
nrniiamii Frank. 2 acres
This the 4th day of August, 1941
J. E. FERGUSON,
Tax Collector and Tax Super
Tisor for Haywood County.
Notice Of Tax Sale
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to law, and under the or-
ON and AFTER July 14
All Suits and Plain Dresses
Dry Cleaned and Pressed For
.-T"f . :V f
' " iV.r"-. '
Wherever Defense Plans
electricity becomes a first
That this i truly an electrical agm ta
evident in the extent to which, the peo
ple of this nation har becom. de
pendent upon electricity. Am a oona.
cfuence the demands for electric powr
have been atoadilr Increasing and It
has become cm Important factor in prao
tically all Defense Activities.
This company has ben abl to meet all
of the demands for service that havs been
mads upon it within tho torritory M
serves Including th hary rcniirmnts
of Fort Bragg. At tho sam Mm It has
been supplying large amounts of power to an important
defense industry outside of its territory. a
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