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LAy, AUGUST 14, 1941
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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AMERICA'S Now 1 HOMI HIATIR
20$ Annua Mafofo
Pay only a small
deposit now . .
begin easy monthly
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IIIDDV I PRE -SEASON SALE OF ESTATE
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E we home heater you're promisea io
family this Fall ... a genuine, work-saving, fuel
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Mrs. W. L. Mashbum, of Canton.
operative case, is improving.
Miss Pearl Sanford, of Canton,
operative case, is better.
Mrs. Harley Jones, of Canton,
route 1, medical case, is resting
Mrs. Floyd Rich, of Maggie, op
erative case, is improving.
Mrs. Willie Christopher, of Ha-
zelwood, operative case, is better.
Miss Pauline Overman, of Clyde,
route 1, operative case, is resting
Mrs. Lee Frye, of Lake Junalus-
ka, operative case, is better,
And They Do It for Fun!
Ratcliff Cove News
The condition of Master McCean
Pope, of Clyde, route 1, operative
case, is only fair.
Mrs. Lillard Garrett, of Canton,
operative case, is resting well.
Mrs. Dewey Bryson, of Hazel-
wood, operative case, is better.
Newton Davis, of Waynesville,
route I, operative case, is improv
Will Price, of Maggie, medical
case, is some better,
Mrs. David Fish of Clyde, med
ical case, is resting only fairly well
Mrs Howard Norris. of Canton,
operative case, is only fairly well
Miss Elender Messer. of Waynes
ville, route 2, medical case, is
Miss Gladys Mclntyre, of Canton
route 1, operative case, is resting
Mrs. Kov Mehaffey, of Leicester,
route 1, operative case,:. Is resting
only fairly well.
Miss Evelvn Revis. of Canton
route 2, medical case, is resting
Roger Griffin, of Candler, oper
ative case, is resting only fairly
Mrs Richard Trull, of Canton,
route 2, operative case, is omy
The condition of Wellsley Gib
son, of Maggie, medical case, is
Will Carver, of Waynesville,
route 2, medical case, is resting
Miss Maxine Clark, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is better.
Claude Cooper, of Clyde, oper
ative case, is resting fairly well
Mrs. George Henson, of Canton
route 2, operative case, is better.
Miss Louise Dennis, of Jackson
Miss., medical case, is resting more
Among those discharged from the
u.,-,.h rmintv HosDitai during
the past week were: J. W. Sum
mers, Miss Betty cannon, airs.
Andy Warren, Gary Brooks, Miss
Margaret Wright, Mrs. Hamilton
u Mi Reulah Caldwell. W.
Clifford Miller, Mrs. Raymond
Brown and baby, Master Ralph
Miller, Miss Ruth McHan, Miss
Nellie Davis, Charlie Kirkpatrick,
Mrs. Dave Boyd.
Also Mrs. Herbert Parker and
Mr. and Mrs. John Webb nave
moved into their new home.
AmsUnr asatadors have their day ta the Spanish town of Pompons.
Ones a year a boll n turned loose in the main plats of the town, and
from then on It's every man for himself. One of the psrtidpants has
been dropped (right background), but the boll has been lured away by
hhw Rahv Melvin Jean Frank-
lin, Mrs. Ernest Pinon and baby,
Kenneth McCall, Mrs. J. M. kod
erts, L. A. Mooney, Miss Martha
Medford, Master Jerry Mints,. Kob
ert Haynes, Mrs. Lloyd Grasty,
Mrs. Dan A. Winchester, Mrs. iroy
Williams. Miss Anne Mae Chris
topher, J. T. Rich, Weldon Henry,
Mrs. Jody Mann, Joe uutsnaw,
Hnrrv Swavnsrim. Ernest Trant-
ham, Mrs. R. H. Stretcher and baby,
Mrs. Jack 5tamey, Mrs, Lowe nea
ford and baby.
Also Frank Nichols. Babv Clar
ence Edwards Smith, Miss Juleen
Overman. Babv Trov Curtis Hodge.
Baby Betty Jean Lediord, Master
Kenneth Goodson, Mrs. Horace
Wood and baby, Miss Margaret
Dickey, Miss Billy Cannon, Miss
Peggy Ruth Franklin, Miss Hattie
Lowe, and Miss Martha Jawinney.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wood, of
Waynesville, route 1, announce the
birth of a son on August the 6th
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Caldwell,
of Clyde, route 1, announce the
birth of a son on August the 7th
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pannel, of
Canton, announce the birth of I
daughter on August the 9th.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson
of Canton, announce the birth of
Miss Sara Jane Stone, of Inman,
S. C, 'is visiting friends here.
Sara and Margsret Underwood
have returned home from a weeks
visit in South Carolina. They have
as their guests Mr, snd Mrs. Sun
ley Wilson, Misses Ruth Mitchell,
Gladys Horn and Mary Blackway.
The Epworth League of Eliza
beth Chapel church gave s party
on Tuesday night on the lawn of
the church. Games and refresh
ments featured the evening.
Those attending were: Charlotte
Chastine, Margaret Underwood,
Pauline Palmer, Dorothy Fisher,
Benefit Box Supper To Be
Held At Cruso Elementary
School On Friday Night
A box supper will be held at the
Cruso elementary school on Friday
evening st 8:30 (Daylight Saving
Time). The proceeds will be used
for the purchase of school equip
ment. The public is cordially in
vited to attend.
Robena Smith, Florence Cagle,
Sara Underwood, Ruth Turner,
Frances Noland, Lucille Noland,
Edna Noland and Dolly Mae Green,
Also Dick Leopard, Lane Arling
ton, Guy Arrington, Robert Norris,
Lester Dills, Ray Dills, Joe Francis,
Hugh Francis, Bill Liner, and
Mrs. Mark Galloway chaperoned
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It is that the government should
buy all of every kind of raw mate
rial that s required lor both deitm-
sivp and civilian processing, snci
then ration it out to manufactur
es in inwortion to what it s obvi
ous that conuuions demand., it
can't possibly be done intelligently,
this proposition s proponents ar
gue, except under, strict central,
governmental control if it's left
to chance and individual whim and
market fluctuations it won't work.
Skentics reply that it sounds
like a pretty totalitarian program.
It'll involve price fixing, anyway
if THAT can be made to stick.
Some critics insist that it cant.
Leon says it can't altogether, but
that it can be done to a certain
Uncle Sam is hard at it train
ing parachute jumpers but the
business still is dropping off.
a daughter on August the 10th.
Mr. ami Mrs. Pat Cole, of Way
nexville, announce the birth of a
son on August the 10th,
Here's Good News-
There are more visitors in Hay
wood this week than ever in the
history of the county . . .
Speaking In behalf of the citizens
of this fine county, we say to our
splendid visitor, A HEARTY
Here is something the home folks know, and we
want you to know that this is
"The Friendly Bank"
First National Bank
Member Ftderal Depotit Jnturane$ Corporation
(15,000 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor)
NOTICE OF SALE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Mrs R. L. Coin, administratrix
of Mary Tate McCracken, dee'd,
Pauline McCracken Plott, et at
heirs at law.
Under and by virtue of an order
of the superior court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, made in
the above entitled proceedings,
the undersigned commissioner will
on Friday, August 22, 1941, at 10
i, a m nn the cremises. offer
U Kiwn ' ,
for sale, through Home Realty and
Auction Company, oner ior vw
.l. L:nv..t kiHHop on the terms
herein specified, the following de
scribed real and personal prop
erty, to wit: That certain house and
lot known as tne w - x-
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 frontage of 64 feet on
Main street: said real estate to
be sold on the following terms:
One-half cash, and the balance
on one snd two years time, the de
ferred payments to be secured by
deed of trust on property sold. At
Mid time snd place the household
and kitchen furniture and other
personal property on the premises
Will also be sold to the highest
bidder for cash.
This July Z3,
T. L. GREEN,
No. 1093-July 24-31-Aug. 7-14.
Thanks . . .
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:. H. BALENTINE
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