The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, … /
Oct. 30, 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
UT) OCTOBER 30. 1M1
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mi Odd Semen
'ft Ready December 1.
body's duty re"
fil of "he Red Cro
r.,. nr sewing in the
Pived here from be!-
L , group of patriotic
f from 2 to 5 o'clock in
F ! nwma in
trUM , 1 -,,tf nr
-. 1 " V HI I llVJl
that are now be-
Kttted for sewing among
U groups and individuals
JUU"- - - .
u0te, which roust be com
id in the hands of the lo
nittee for packing by De-
be first, is more man
ever assigned to the chap-
It calls for tne iouuwihs
12 men's sweaters; 24
sweaters; 48 cnuorens
40 knittea cnuureu b
hospital bed shirts; 17
12 women's cotton dresses ;
Presses : 40 boys shirts.
hiei Strinefield is chair-
bitting and any one inter-
knitting is asked to call
trials, which are sup-
the Red Cross headquar-
Loses His Command
1 mi i
MaJ. Gen. Clifford R. Powell, former
president of the New Jersey State
Senate and one-time acting gov
ernor, was suddenly relieved of
command of the 44th Division, which
is composed mainly oi New xoru
and New Jersey National uuara
units. His superior, Lieut Gen.
Hugh A. Drum, gave no explanation.
your FREE Book
V the Highway At
Mrs. Stovall is general chair-
nnd anyone wishing to sew
is asked to contact her for mater
ials, the garments having all been
cut ready for the making.
Among the groups having taken
garments to make are the Home
Economics departments of the
county schools, the NYA girls, and
members of the Dorcas Bell Love
Chapter, DAR, as well as a num
ber of individuals.
Mrs. W. T. Crawford, who has
been assisting in the cutting,
makes the following appeal to the
women of the community:
"Let us come to attention wo-
men ol W aynesviue. i ne rtea
Cross sends out a distress signal.
There are thousands in war torn
England who need clothing and
winter is coming on. This cruel
?razy man goes on and on. Last
week a number of the ladies went
to the sewing room in the basement
of the Central Elementary school
ind cut yards of cloth into shirts
and dresses for children, and they
are now ready for the sewing ma-
u can discard
Draw Jury For
At the meeting of the county
commissioners on Monday the jury
was drawn for the November term
of court which convenes here on
November the 17th, with Judge
William H, Bobbitt, of Charlotte,
presiding. Both criminal and civil
cases will be heard.
The first week will be given over
to the trial -of criminal eases on
the docket and the first day of the
second week has been set aside for
divorce cases. During the second
week the case of Bryant Smith
against Kolansky, of Asheville, for
slander is scheduled for trial.
The jury drawn for the first
week includes: Sam Chambers, of
Jonathan; Edward J. Underwood,
of Waynesville; Robert R. Fer
jruson, of Crabtree; Fred Allison,
of Jonathan; George M. Henson,
of Pigeon; Raiford Brown, of
Jonathan; C. C. Williams, of
Beaverdam; Carleton Pless, of
Beaverdam ; Frank Underwood, of
Waynesville ; George W. Truitt, of
Waynesville; J. W. Cole, of Way
nesville; Herman F. Green, of
Also Elmer J. Bryson, of Way
nesville; W. C. Lowe, of White
Oak; Frank D. Rich, of Ivy Hill;
Gaston Presley, of Pigeon ; J. Lee
Winchester, of Waynesville Paul
Francis, of Clyde; R. C. Morrow,
of Clyde; Lee V. Rogers, of Crab
tree; Lem V. Shepard, of Waynes
ville: C. A, George, of Waynesville;
Van C. Wells, of Pigeon, and R.
Grade Mothers At
Grade mothers for the Hazel
wood school were recently named
for the year. They are:
Mrs. Annie Ledbetter's first
grade, Mrs. Earl Byrd.
Mrs. Nell Howell's first grade,
Mrs. Robert McKay.
Miss Thomasine Strinefield's
first grade, Mrs. Frank Swanger,
Mrs. Carl Ratcuff s second grade,
Mrs. Oscar Knight
Miss Lois Harrold's "second
grade, Mrs. Remus Bell.
Mrs. Mary Lou Moody's third
grade, Mrs., Hayes Bryson.
Mrs. Ellen Louise Queen's third
grade, Mrs. Elmer Shields.
Miss Daisy Boyd's fourth grade,
Mrs. Julius Hoyle, Jr.
Mrs. Harriet Withers' fourth
Pigtails Are Back
yy, .A- ,x
Glenn Hosaflook, of Waynesville.
For the second week, Edgar B,
Burnett, of Cecil; W. C. Jenkins,
of White Oak; Amos Medford, of
Clyde; H. E. Hyatt, of Waynes
ville; Lowery Owen, of Jonathan;
Marvin Chambers, Nf Iron Duff ;
Ernest M. Rogers, of Clyde; W. B.
Winchester, of Waynesville; Claude
Rhinehart, of Waynesville; Devoe
McElroy, of Iron Duff; Thomas
Alexander, of Ivy Hill; George
M. Trostel, pf Beaverdam; J.
B. Leatherwood, of Waynesville;
Ralph Summerrow, of Waynesville;
W. Foster Hargrove, of Beaver
dam; Frank Rogers, of Fines
Creek; Vinson Davis, of Crab
tree, and Will Palmer, of Cata-looche.
According to fashion experts, Amer
ica's glamor girlt are braiding theii
long bobs into little girl pigtails
But if your bob isn't long enough
you can always follow the examplt
set here, a pert Dutch felt hat which
has long plaits ending in bows.
Red Cross Roll
Call Will Start
On Week Of 11th
Rev. Malcolm K. Williamson,
chairman of the annual Red Cross
membership roll call, has an
nounced that the local drive will
conform to the National group and
will start after Armistice Day, No
vember the 11th.
Rev. Mr. Williamson stated yes
terday that he was appointing the
various chairmen who will serve
during the drive and that they
would ba announced next week. He
is making an appeal to all those
who are contacted for aid in this
drive to answer the call, pointing
out the critical need for meeting
the quota lor the coming year.
T?pv Mr. Williamson attended the
regional conference held in Shelby
last week when plans lor the com
ing campaign were discussed.
The half holiday was won by th
Plans were made for the mem
errant). Mm L. C. Waddell.
Mrs. Bonnie Clark's fifth grade,
Mrs. Bill Blaylock, and sixth grade,
Mrs. Gordon Gibbs.
Mrs. Bonnie Howell's fifth grade,
Mrs. Jasper Broch and Mrs. Ray
Miss Sarah Jane Walker's fifth
grade, Mrs. Roy Mills.
Mrs. Sam Knight's fifth grade,
Mrs. Jerry Rogers.
Glenn Noland's sixth grade, Mrs
Lake P. T. A. Discuss
Condition of School
The Lake Junahiska P. T. A. held
its second meeting last Thursday
night in the auditorium.
Mrs. Jere Liner, the president,
gave the objectives of the P. T. As
Mrs. Ed Glavich led an interest
ing round table discussion on the
condition of the local school build-
Frank Underwood, Mrs. Henry
Winchester and Mrs. John Sparks.
Lawrence Leatherwood's grade,
Mrs. Lester Burgin, Mrs. Gerald
Colkitt and Mrs. Bill Saylors.
YOUR WIFE IS
to save you money ...
Yes Sir! She is flirting
with sickness and prema
ture old age ... Every time
she does or supervises the.
family wash . . . . Why per
mit it when we can save
her timei energy and money.
Just Call 205.
ED POTTS, Manager )
chine. Can you help?
Mr. John M. Oueen served as
chairman of cutting last week with
the following assisting: Mrs. a.
B. McClure, Mrs. Troy wyene,'
Mrs. W. T. Crawford, Mrs. Dee
Clark, Mrs, Linwood Grahl, Mrs.
Honrv Caddv. Mrs. Clayton Walk
er, Mrs. E. E. Fuller, Mrs. Thad
Howell, Mrs. James W. Kunan,
Mrs. Walter Crawford, Mrs.
Homer Henry, Mrs. J, Dale Stents,
Mr. Jack Messer. Mrs. Oren Cor-
win, Mrs. J. R. Morgan, Mrs. J. C.
Lynn and her niece who is visiting '
her, Mrs. Simmons, and Mrs. T.
J. Brown, of Florida, who is the
guest of her son and daughter-ln-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Brown.
The Life Of Your Car
; Get Yours Today
Real Service, see
tw thp. SUPERIOR COURT
, The defendant, Kooen uroon
shire, will take notice that an ac
f;nn ontitloH a above has been .
commenced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, wortn Carolina,
for the purpose of securing for the
plaintiff an absolute divorce from
the defendant on the grounds of
two years separation! and the said
defendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear be
fore the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said county within thirty aays
after the 17th day of November,
1941, and Bnswer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action, or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court j
for the reliei flemanaea in saia
This the 16th aay oi ucioDer,
Asst Clerk Superior Court.
No. 1121 Oct. 23-30-Nov. 6-13.
All thi convenience! of 'city' ga$.
Aak ut for MtlmaUa
'8-PAGE BOOK FREEf
nd good nsed can will
iew and fat between. Don't
e one you're driving to wear
w Esso Dealer offers free
service that will prepare
Ask him for the free
" mil of valuable, timely
J"". Be sure to have dirty
ken w' h winter Krade Esso
kj Tu"and Cassis thoroughly
by Verified Esso Lubrica
V,!? Iet winter come! See
jo Dealer today.
OIL CO. OF NEW JERSEY
Ask For Your
NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD .
IN THE SUKEKIUK L.UUB1.
Tin?m?iin TWP. rt.F.RK.
Pearl Arnold Townsend, Vir
ginia Arnold Wilson and hus- i
band, Harry Wilson,
Lena H. Arnold (widow oi
Malcolm II. Arnold, Deed.),
M Arnold. Marv
Lillian Meader and husband,
Robert Meader, Juliet Arnold
Ward and husband, Arthur
Ward, Elizabeth Arnold, Rob
ert Arnold and David Arnoia,
TToir at law ef Malcolm H.
Arnold, Dec'd) and B. W. Ar
nold, Jr., and wile, Mary est
George T. Arnold, ana a, yv.
Arnold, Jr. and Mrs. L. A.
Schaaff, Executor and Execu
trix of the Estate of J. D. Ar
The defendants above named,
will take notice that a special pro
ceeding entitled as above, has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood uounty, noixn Caro
lina for the sale for partition of
trrrxir to the Mtitioners
and defendants, and the said de-
fendante will further taKe nonce
i,of tkcv are reauired to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Haywood uoun
in tin. rnurt house at Waynes-
ville, N. C, within ten days after
the-31st day oi UctODer, ivti, ana
answer or demur to the petition in
said proceedings or the petitioners
will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in said petition.
This the 3rd day of October, 1941.
Ass't Clerk Superior Court of
No. 1117 Oct. 9-16-23-30.
fc Floor Sanding and
Call Roy Parkman, Rep.
Massie Hardware Store
Have Your Personal . . .
. -l Made Now
Come In and See Samples
For Shoe Repairing
LEATHERWOOD - JAMES
LATHE & PLANER
1 V ;-
Pun n .11 1 1 wmuwu W inw ni n iimwmiitr irn nnn i fTT
YOUR AGENT FOR
"We Protect the Family"
We have a policy for every member
of the family.
Box 297 Waynesville, N. C.
Newest Model Stitcher
Modern LAMAC -WELD
for Invisible Soling
HURRY! HURRY I
Let's Go To
Curb Service '
T Singer Sewing Machine
Sales Service Rentalt
Hemstitching and Button Holes
Also Cover Buttons
' Opposite Masonic Temple
- DR. R. KING HARPE
125 Main Street ' Wells Bldg.
Canton, N. C.
For the best in Cleaning and Pressing
.'.' ; ' -;-
In the Basement of the Boyd Building
Entrance through the Boyd Furniture
Mrs. Jerry Colkitt
Call Canton 4152 Or Write
For Quality In
' " see
"Everything For The Of flee"
At Green Tree you'll find
homel ike surroundings, delicious
foods, quick and courteous ser
vice and considerate prices. Try
us for breakfast, luncheon or
Green Tree Tea
y Phone 9165
Finest Grade Materials JJsed
,t . . , . . ........... .. ...... - .. -
The Waynesville Mountaineer (Waynesville, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
Oct. 30, 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,