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Lnif. SEPTEMBER 11, 19U
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
fjfci. Wilford Jackson
J -the sruests
fl purity office here
t rfitionea - : - -
Harden Howell, of
, 8Pent the Week-end
j Joe Shipley, of Fort
gpent the week-end In
h his family.
, George Plott, of Fort
spent the week-end here
jrold Massie has returned
risit with her mother in
i Leatherwood left Sat.
in the schools there.
Lost has returned from
Is trip to Greensboro.
ICildwell who is a mem-
innior class has returned
forest to resume his work.
Rradlev leaves today
Fjcnn TnllpD-e where he
h the freshman class. I
Burprin, Jr., left Monday
Hill College where he
the freshman class.
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lorothy Richeson and Miss
Blalock left Tuesday
Jfor Peace College, where
be enrolled this year.
Iieson and Mrs. Blalock
ied them there for a
convenience of 'city' gat.. ;
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Water Heating Htating
Bing GAS Service
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Mr. and Mrs. Burton Spranger,
of Johnson City, Tenn., were the
guests of relatives over the week
end. ' '"
Miss Betty Burgin left Tuesday
for Cullowhee where she will at
tend Western Carolina Teachers
College this year.
Sam McElroy leaves this week
for Cullowhee, where he will enter
Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege. Miss Sara Louise Leatherwood
has returned to Peace Junior Col
lege to resume her studies after
spending the vacation here with
: Miss Frances Shoaf has enter
ed Western Carolina Teachers
College where she will be a student
Miss Maude Katherine Jones has
returned to Peace Junior College
where she will resume her work
after spending the summer here
with her mother, Mrs. Sam Jones,
i on the Balsam road.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Boring, of
Durham, were the guests over Sun
day of the latter's sister, Miss
t,ois Harrow. .
Rev. 'and Mrs. J. G. Huggin, Jr.,
I spent Monday in Qharlotte where
the former attended a church
i Mr. and Mrs. George Hendy,
Jr., of High Point, are visiting the
latters mother, Mrs. G. C, Briggs.
Mrs. Hendy is the former Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Marion T. Bridges
and children, Charles and Shirley,
Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Bridges spent
Sunday in Greenville, S. C., where
they went to attend a Bridges
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cuddeback
have as their guests the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cud
deback, and daughter, Miss Janet
Cuddeback, of Pittston, Pa.
Sergeant Rufus Carswell, of
Fort Jackson, spent the week-end
here with his wife.
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Seven preachers and evangelists
will participate in the continuous
all-night service at the tent on
the lot adjoining the prison camp
in Hazelwood on Saturday night,
according to Evangelist M. D. Gar
rett, who will be in charge.
Included in the program which
begins at eight and will continue
until sunrise, will be gospel sing
ing, preaching by the seven
preachers, and a talking moving
picture on a religious subject.
Rev. Mr. Garrett will conduct
his "Casket Service" in which his
wife will be in a casket on the
Among those who will be here
include J. Harold Smith and Otto
Harris, both of Greenville and
several from Georgia.
Edwin Leatherwood left Thurs
day for Wake Forest College,
where he is working for his mas
Miss Dorothy Richeson left dur
ing .the week for Raleigh Where
she entered Peace Junior College
where she will be a student this
year. ' .
Miss Merrill Green left this
week for Cullowhee where she wif
be a student at Western Carolina
Joe Way left Monday for Wake
Forest College where he will be a
member of the junior class.
Jack Richeson has gone to Da
vidson College where he will re
sume his studies after spending
the summer vacation here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Riche
Miss Jane Dudley Francis has
gone to Raleigh where she will
enter Peace Junior College fbr
Miss Lois Massie left the first
of the week for Greensboro where
she will enter Greensboro College.
Miss Roberta Norris has gone
to Cullowhee to enter Western
Carolina Teachers College. '
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dunham
have as their guests Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Dunham, Jr., and two
small children, of Fort Pierce,
Fla. ;' - ;.
Miss Hattie Siler Freeman who
has been teaching in the Waynes-
ville township schools has gone to
Cullowhee where she will study
this year at Western Carolina
Teachers College. ;
i Bill Hannah is spending this
week in Raleigh as the guest of
Charles and Richard' : Johnson,
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Arthur Cornell, landscape ar
chitect of the Blue "Ridge Park
way, has returned after a vaca
tion of several weeks in the North.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Henderson
and son and daughter and Alfred
Dillingham, of Morganton, were
the guests during the week of
their aunt, Mrs. Addie Proffitt.
Cantain Georee Plott. of Fort
Jackson, is spending a few days
here with his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Francis
had as their guests last Thursday
Mrs. W, L. . Lowe and daughter,
Dorothy, of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Tate had
as their guests over the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Scruggs and
Miss Mavie Clark, all of Newton.
Lester Burgin, Jr., left Mon
day for Mars Hill College, where
he will be enrolled this year.
Herbert McOure, of High Point,
spent the week-end here with his
grandmother, Mrs. W. H. McClure,
and other relatives on the Fair
view Road. '
Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Tate have
as their guest this week the for
mer's aunt, Mrs. R. O. Rhinehardt,
of Spartanburg, S. C, and Ashe
ville. " '
Drive For Better
Food For Defense
The Rural Electrification co-operatives
throughout the country
are destined to play a major role
in the defense program according
to J. C. Moore, superintendent of
the Cruso Electric Membership Cor
poration, who returned Sunday
from Washington, D. C, where he
attended a conference on rural
electrification and food for defense.
Representatives from rural elec
trification groups from Maine to
North Carolina attended what is
known as a regional conference,
the one last week is the only such
meeting to be held in Washing
ton, the others in the central point
in the areas.
Mr. Moore states that it was
brought out in the conference that
Americans 'are physically in a con
dition of which we nationally
should recognize as dangerous and
which we should make immediate
positive and vigorous measures to
Those attending the conference
pledged full support to the Presi
dent in mobilizing the national
food resources, not only to meet the
present emergency, but to formu
late plans and carry through a
national program of nutrition, ac
cording to Mr. Moore.
The chief article of food dis
cussed was wheat and the part
that the Rural Electrication Admin
istration could play in advocating
home and community milling as a
contribution towards solving the
problem of malnutrition so far as
wheat bread and cereals are con
cerned. All type of equipment were dem
onstrated in small wheat mills for
grinding flour. School cafeterias
were advised to grind their own
Wheat, thereby keeping in the flour
the vitamins that are usually
taken out and resold in other
Mr. Moore says that it was
brought out that the American
citizens are giving on an average
of only one hour out of 8 working
hours for defense, while the Ger
mans are working from 4 to 6 hours
for national causes.
Through the REA the rural
schools may obtain information
regarding various forms of equip
ment for promoting food defense
programs, according to Mr. Moore.
Others attending the conference
from this county were: Chas. B.
McCrary and W, Tom Rainer, both
directors of 1 the Cruso Electric
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Air Post Service
(Continued from page 1)
hour schedule. The work may last
ten days. Each volunteer is re
quired to give certain information
to the chairman.
There are 11 posts located in
Haywood county and each post
requires 10 men, making a total of
110 volunteers needed for the work.
All twelve posts are located at
strategic points in the county, all
within easy reach of telephones.
Anyone wishing to offer their
services are asked to contact either
J. C. Lynn, county defense chair
man, or W. H. F. Millar, of the
American Legrion Post.
Of Old Fiddlers
FRIDAY, SEPT. 12
8:30 Daylight Time
LOTS OF PRIZES
All Contestants Welcome
Admission i5c and 25c
Hold Two Day
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of Black Mountain and Oteen,,
spoke on church plans for devel
oping co-operatives. .
On Tuesday evening the Rev. C.
h. McCavern, of Tryon, took for
his theme, "Man's need of depend
ency on God," with the rector of
Grace church, the Rev. Rav-nd
E. MacBlain, Rev. Taylor, of Can
ton, leading in prayer.
On Wednesday morning the Rev.
G. Mark Jenkins spoke on the
church's rural work and the new
redevelopment program in view of
the changing trends in country
Others addressing the convocatin
were: Rev. James B. Sill, of Craggy,
Rev. Frank A. Saylor, of Bat Cave,
and Harold V. Smedberg, of Bre
At noon on Wednesday all those
attending the convocation were
guests at a luncheon at the par
ish house s-'-'-ed by the women of
Judge Bobbitt To
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versus Jones; Sharpe versus
Sharpe; Scott versus Scott; Aycott
versus Aycott; Smith versus Smith;
Morris versus Morris; Fore versus
Fore; Hicks versus Hicks; Palmer
versus Palmer; Reece versus
Reece. . ,
Plott verus Coin; Moody versus
Atkins, et al; Winfield versus
Sharp; Green versus Owenby, et al;
Bennicfc versus Ensley; Brown ver
sus Sellars; Butler versus Wooten;
Smith versus Palansky, et ux;
Beshby versus Allen; Gilmore ver
sus Tasker, State ex rel versus
Walker; Ferguson versus Laundry;
Wells, versus Wells; Crawford
and others versus Angel; Boyd
Wholesale Company versus Allman;
Hyatt and Company versus Erk
raft; Docker versus Ducker; Fran
cis versus McCracken; Farmer
versus Farmer; Massie versus
State; Hassell versus State; Citi
tens Bank and Trust Company
versus Furniture Company; First
National Bank versus Furniture
; The following jurors were drawn
for the September term of civil
court which convenes here on Mon
day. Those in the first group in
clude, Alonzo Seay, of Clyde; Sam
Crawford, of Iron Duff; Cordell
Evans, of Ivy Hill; Hardy Medford,
of Waynesville; C. T. Francis of
Wayrtesville; Jas. V. Hipps, of
Clyde; George A. Wilson, of Bea
verdam. J. L. Frady, of Waynesville; Paul
Hyatt, of Waynesville; H. W. Bur
nette, of Waynesville; Z. V, Fer
guson, of Fines Creek; Fulmer
Haynes, of Clyde; W. N. Cogdill,
of Pigeon; L. A. Cogburn,' of East
Fork; Raymond H. Duckett, of
Pigeon; J. Lawrence Fisher, of
Fines Creek; Manson- McElroy, of
Ri L. Davis, of Jonathan Creek;
Dibe Duckett, of White Oak;
Moody Hall, of Waynesville'; Char
lie Owen, of Jonathan Creek;
Grady Robinson, of Waynesville;
V. B. Green, of Fines Creek; J, A.
Prevost, of Waynesville; G. Cl
Moody, of Jonathan Creek; J. B.
McElroy, of White Oak; J. G. Rob
inson, of Clyde.
Frank Chambers, of Clyde; Pink
N. Cogburn, of East Fork; J. Hyatt
Holland, of Beaverdam; Jerry Mas
sey, of Crabtree; Earl Moore, of
Pigeon; J. R. Stevenson, of Iron
Puff; Emmett Balentine, of Way
nesville; J. Lester Smathers, of
At the same time, a guy with
a corkscrew mind is generally a
HEAUDSBURG, Cal. The first
white rattlesnake, so far as is
known, has been killed in Califor
nia It had six rattle and a button
and was a perfect "albino."
More commercial fertilizer was
used by American farmers in 1949
than in any previous year, accord
ing to a report issued by the Na
tional Fertilize! Association.
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of C. L. Atkins,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of Mid deceased to ex
hibit them to L. N. Davis at Way
nesville, North Carolina, on or be
fore the 11th dav of Sentemher.
J 1942 or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 11th day of September,
LUCILE D. ATKINS,
Administratrix of the Estate of
C. L. Atkins, deceased.
No. 1110 Sept. 11-18-25-Oct 2
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