The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, … /
Aug. 14, 1941, edition 1 /
Part of The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, N.C.) / About this page
page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Lv. AUGUST 14, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Abe spends The Day At The
ick' yu want f call it
Federation meet at
JhSl house last Sat-
1 .hore a Jm Dandy
ime Pen Kector-. band
"iPpSu. Jewell to
fwith "Turkey in the
vy seemed t' be feelin'
Hatcherally good, ye
. Mthar wux no drinkin'
kmonade) an' o distnrb-
o sir-ree! . :- .;
they struck UP "Cripple
J '-Down the Road" hit
ie think of ol' times back in
jfthen when sum of them
ihun boys jumped into the
then Rastus and Charlie
i Md Bob Boyd jined in,
to up an' shouted, "Glory
it's ol' times come back
Lirf'inra made a little talk
beginnin'. He swwsa vne
rim meetin' an' 'lowed
natcheral for hewman
L ant to relax sumtimes
i jolly good time. ihe
poHprashun." sez he.
L in the good fellowship
Lr an' axed Jack Lynn
Midnt think all work an' no
At Jack a dull boy T
Charley Pritchard of Mill
n vear old) beets time
L noons an' dances too
fcin'est kid that has eyer
theze parts. He reminded
inmnih' iack of a bifir dish
Lncin' in the breeze limber
thar wuz Johnny Rhymer,
lhun' long-distance driver
kcker-jack at entertamin'
Ittlieal dlesovety now being need by
ad luipiula everywhere haa praran
meeawtul in the treatment of atom
ftMiad from ex cea acid. Iticaharm
yiuoa ret to effective that in many
Mintof itomach ulcers diaappaar al
adatelj after it ia need. Alao reeom.
fer in paina. Indigestion and beart-
t hyperacidity. SufTerera may now try
by obtaining a bottle of Lurtn from
ait farm. Eaiy to take. Joet mix two
arm thtolute guarantee it ronai
rnomr rtlunded. . Larin IOC eaje dj
fokes. Johnny can fiddle for'ards,
back'ards, over hiz hed, between
hiz lags any way I reckon 'cept
on his noze, an' somebody sed he
orter be able to do that. He can
also git mewsick out of jugs, pans,
rubber ballons, an' so foarth
beatin'est little blond-hared cuss
I ever saw.
An' why menshun Gaither Rob
inson, banjo picker, an' ol' reliabul
Pen Rector. Gaither all set an'
lookin' purty in hiz big black hat
like a singin' cowboy an' singer
he is. Then thar's the Parham
boys (twins) members of the band
an' lookin' so mutch alike that Mr.
McClure hizself gits 'era raixt up
When the band drammytized
"Cluckin' Hen," they made it so
real that Med Leatherwood's chick
ens (200 yards away) comenct
crowin' an' cacklin yes sir-ee!
Ye all know what a reppyta-
shun the Farmers Federashun has
fur handin' out watermlllyuns an'
lemonade T Well, this time wuz no
"Ice-cold wattermillyuns! Come
on up, boys, an' git 'em. They're
free!" An' if any body out of
that crowd of "bout a thousan' men
an' wimmen, boys an' gals, failed
to come, I failed to see 'em!
An' how they did eat! One
woman jist couldn't git her ol'
man away from them cold, joocy
millyuns. "Come on, Ike," says
she, "You're a-goin' t' eat yore
self sick." Maybe not," sez he,
"an' jist think how cheap they
' ' .
Now we air bein' called back
into the audvtorium bv the 'Deal
of a lively mountain tune. Then
Some of the best hits on the morn
in' program wuz re-produced.
Then all the dancers wuz called to
come up on the rostyrura. "Jim
Bradshaw, Ted Sutton, Bob Boyd,
Ras Medford, Little Charley Med-
ford all the Medlords please come
Then Larnce Walker looked at
me an' sez "You, too, Unkle Abe.
They're callin' fur all the Med
fords." "Not me," sez I. "When hit
comes to dancin' I'm not a Med
ford I'm a plane, stiff Rogers."
nva Millwood, that ventrillicky
man, had a rag an' wood doll what
he called Elmer, an' fokes coodn't
Nazi Bomber Shot Down in Battle of Atlantic
1 ' ' -. , "
? -. ' '"':,,'S .. . :
Dr. Smith With
Group In England
Doing Fine Work
The July copy of "Hygeia,"
health magazine of the American
Medical Association, carried an ar
ticle on Britain's American Hospi
tal in which pr. Dudley W. Smith,
of Waynesville, is now serving.
The institution is maintained by
the British War Relief Society,
with the services of the hospital a
gift from America. In the summer
of 1940 Dr. Phillip D. Wilson, well
known American surgeon, went to
London and helped organize the
work. He was accompaned by all-
American staff of surgeons, physi
cians and nurses. Dr. Smith joined
the group last December.
Those being taken on as mem
bers of the staff are expected to
stay only six months, but it is said
that the need is so great that some
This fonr-engined Nasi Folke-Wulf Karler was about to attack a British convoy in the Atlantic when an
American built Lockheed Hudson of the RAF coastal command came on the scene. At point-blank rang,,
the British plane shot down the Nasi raider. Photo above shows the bomber's crew swimming to their
dinghy (arrow). The downed fliers were saved.
deside which wuz the sassyest
Millwood or Elmer. Elmer's joke
about dreemin' that he went to
heb'm wuz the best. He said he
dreemed he went to heb'm but
"Why did ye come back," axt hiz
"Caze thar wern't np Haywood
County fokes up thar," Elmer re
plide. Well, this; sorter got Grover
Hogan riled, I reckon. So he up
an' sez, "Anyway, we Haywood
boys beat all you fellers east of the
Blue Ridge on that Tug 0' War
"Who could pull aginst an ellly
fant," axt one of the Buncombe
"Why, that feller ye call Casey
While Millwood an' Elmer wuz
performin', Cap'ni Will Medford"
wuz standin' back 'bout Vt way
enjoy in' it best you ever seed. When
all at onct Elmer's wood jaw flew
"Mr. Medford, standin' back
thar" Elmer wuz made to say but
Will had allredy ducked out o' site.
Jack Lvnn made a talk sumpin'
aKmit eomin' to the dee-fence of
our kuntrv with hens.
Rev. Mr. Clarke (the Lord's
Aker Man) made a good short talk
PXDlainin' the purpose an work
of the Lord's Aker seinp in me
PotWntfihuri. Jedu-m irom tms
talk, Mr. Clarke is one of the all-too-few
preechers that knows when
to kwit talkin'.
Roy Ross and Mrs. kuss won the
prize for the biggest family pres
ent. I've forgot the number, but
Roy had 'em there from the cradle
up, an on up.
Rut one of the funnyest things
r hutnon fnHnrin' the dav wuz
when Big Charley Medford and wife
w awarded the prize fer bein'
the eldest marrid cupple present,
or rather, it wuz awarded to Mrs.
Medf rd, leavin' Charley out.
"How lone have you bin marnd,
Mrs. Medford T" axt McClure.
"Fifty years, was the anser.
Now Charlev kaint hear very
well an' didn't hear what hiz wife
"An' how long have you bin mar
rid, Charley!" he axt,
"Forty-five years," he replied an'
the crowd roared.
Mr McClure eck-nlaned that in
that case he would have to award
the prize to the wife alone, seein
as how she had bin marrid the
The hour is now nearin' four
o'cldck, so to the tune of "Turkey
in the Straw" we all filed out-
filled up on froot juice, frolick an'
fun. . -Sumbodv
sed Ted Sutton wuz the
last to shake a lag.
A Ktcordrd tu Holiday Soon
Of Thin irfc)
S, M. Robinson, tr., to M. E.
Trustee M. E. "Wesleyan Church
to C. L. Fish.
T. B. Smith, etux, to J. E. Wil-
on. et ux.
C. L. Fish, et ux, to Wesleyan
M. E. Church;
J, H. Banks, et ux, to Claude
Banks, et ux,
0. M. Smathers, et ux, to Juanita
D. H. Pless, et ux, to C. A. Pless,
R. D. Williams, et ux, to Toy
EVanlr Intnun. tt ny. to Hessie
1'rwin. . .
J. W, Sellers, et ux, to John R.
J. W. Sellers, et ux, to J. R.
East Fork Township
W. H. Burnett, Com., to Thomas
G. Burnett, et ux.
Walter W. West, et ux, to liar
ley Shuler, et ux.
- Thomas L. Michael, et ux, to
Harley Shuler, et ux.
H. P. Gibson, et ux, to Cordis
Harvey H. Hamblin, et al, to Gus
tave J, Ekstrom, et ux.
Wade H. Chambers, et ux. to
John Webb, et ux.
George R. Stuart, et al, to Fred
Thompson, et ux.
J. W. Shuler, et ux, to T. P
Mary Love, et al, to G. C. Clark,
David Nelson, et ux, to Newton
Gaddy, et ux.
Newton Gaddy, et ux, to Grady
Robinson, et ux.
Mrs. S. R. Hooper to Julia H.
Newton Gaddy, et ux, to J, R.
Clarence Muse, et ux, to Delmar
Caldwell, et ux.
of the workers may be kept even
longer than anticipated.
The hospital is located about bu
miles from London and serves all
types of patients and victims of the
war. Tha article states that the
American surgeons are gaining
quite a reputation by their wortc
with the bomb-shattered and re
hahilitation of limbs. By using
science's latest method in a three-
months period only one limb had to
One af the most interesting de
partments of the hospital is the
"Facial Auxiliary Center," where
it is said that the American plastic
sura-eons are asked to perform
miracles. One of the most tragic
tolls taken by warfare being the
burns received by flyers while on
duty in their plane.
The society organised in Amer
ica to give this hospital aid now
has 700 active branches in this
country raising funds to maintain
its program of relief. To date over
$9,000,000 has been raised and dis
pensed. This is the largest organ
isation in the United States en
gaged solely in relief to Great
The article also contains a num
ber of pictures depicting, ane a
group of the workers, with Dr.
Smith a member of the staff.
All persons will take notice that
the undersigned will apply to the
Parole Commissioner for a parole,
the undersigned having been con
victed of the crime of abduction at
the November Term, 1934 of the
Superior Court of Haywood County.
All persons objecting to the grant
ing of a parole will file their ob
jections with the Parole Commis
sioner, Raleigh, N. C.
This the 9th day of August, 1941.
No. 1098 Aug. 14-21.
F. H A. LOANS
VVe Are Now Making F. H. A. Loans On Private
Dwellings For New Houses Or For Remodeling
SEE US ABOUT YOUR LOAN
L. N. Davis & Co.
Real Estate Rental Bonds
Phone 77 Main Street
mammmmmmmm'!!! ; M.MH,P n'TVCTfflffi ' f7TT
i i I -,mi,-i,,u.iii.ii,uiiiUi 1 1 ii in ' i ii r'mwwiw 1111 Bg?gssa fe.aiam ny wa'i ViV 'fa. 4b .vx 1 avfav',,' ' 1 1,..; & ' 'Mi mMmtMr 'Wprfjf
I 1MTI V a. U. I
SUGAR Op HI
46-oz. Cans Grapefruit
2 r. for
g90 790 SI -09
BOX for Sri
M Van camp's-
(ork & Beans
! B Mothers
!ocoa 2 ,te- 24
j Pound Package
Quality Meats From Our
G RADb hi i t i
RUMP ROAST .r 20
RIB ROAST 18
RIB STEW 12
PORK SIDE 15
LEG O' LAMB
; :' ,; 35"
:;:: 30-b'' 1
9 lbs. for 14
All Brands Creamery
24 . 61
SWIFT JEWEL OR SCOCO
100 Pure Pennsylvania
gal. cans A
100 Parafin Base
gal. cans Bi'
For Paint That
BEINPt OUT OF THE
HIGH RENT DISTRICTS
WE SELL FOR LESb
I II I a. ei . Ill m
Phone 88 n. Jerry Liner, Owner Lake Junaluska, N. C.
The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
Aug. 14, 1941, edition 1
Click "Submit" to
request a review of this
page. NCDHC staff will check .
0 / 75
North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Open ONI. View system reports.
DigitalNC is a project of the North Carolina Digital Heritage
Center, the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural
Hill Libraries and our sponsors.
Background image: Grandfather Mountain,