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LaY, OCTOBER 30,
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THE WAYNES VELLE MOUNTAINEER
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who is chosen by popu
,m the members of their
Jock Thursday evening
will dose. Contestants
5 rooms are: Mary Ann
fechard Hoyie, caroars
f r im Wvstt. Carolyn
Jetty Truitt, Sidney Green,
Hyatt, reaia Ann
Ray Waldrop, Mary Nell
B.mio Wis-dns. Patsy
Billie Rhodes and Kathryn
will be a small admission
weeds from the carnival
lest will be used for books
Bramlett Going To Britain
As Radio Operator
(Continued from page 1)
England. The date of his sailing
is not known.
In all probability Mr. Bramlett
will go into that part of the ser
vice which detects enemy planes
via radio, and determines which
direction they are flying, and ap
For the past several years Mr.
Bramlett has been connected with
the Western Auto Associate store.
He is a graduate of the Indiana
Technical College, and Coyne Elec
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Bramlett, of Cove Creek.
His father is critic teacher at the
teachers' training school at West-
iern North Carolina Teachers Col
Mr. Bramlett is the third to go
from here to England The other
two were Dr. Dudley W. Smith and
Dr. Thomas Stnngfield.
jDegrce In Masonry
litinued from page 1)
be is Grand Stewart of
Ind Council of the Royal
ect Masters of the state
firman of the summer as-
He has been active in all
rnesville Masonic bodies for
Ln thirty years.
Ssunook School To Hold
A Hallowe'en Carnival will be
held tomorrow night at the Sau
nook school starting promptly at
8 o clock. The program will in
elude a cake for the prettiest girl,
a cake for the ugliest man, "fish
ing" and other entertaining games
Various foods and refreshments
will be sold during the evening.
Parents of the Students attend
ing the school and others interested
in the school are invited to attend.
The preliminary hearing to be
men Mandel Woodard, Charlie
Woodard and Roscoe Messer, who
were released from jail last week
under a $500 bond each, where they
had been lodged following the sud
den death of Love Clark, has been
postponed from Monday of this
week to Thursday, November 6th.
It was necessary to change the
date due to the fact that Melton
Messer, who is said to be ill from
the effects of poisoned liquor,
alleged to have been given him
by the three men at the same time
they gave Love Clark, deceased, a
drink, was physically unable to
D. D. Perry Takes
Of Palmer House
D. D. Perry, owner, has taken
over the active management of the
Palmer House, popular, tourist and
commercial guest house on Pigeon
Mrs. Joseph Graves will be as
sociated with Mr. Perry in the
management, having complete
charge of the dining room. Mrs.
Graves was formerly with Mrs.
Harry Rung at the Green Tree Tea
Room and has had a wide experi
ence m serving meals.
Mr. Perry has leased the Palmer
House for the past three years to
Mrs. Lester Bliss and the late Mr.
Bliss, of Chicago, but prior to that
time, was in active management
of the place for a number of years
In Defense Program
(Continued from page 1)
committeemen of the triple A whose
duties will be to aid the farmers
in working out a new farm plan by
which they can increase their pro
duction to meet the goal set for
The old method of (arm planning
was usually done in the office of
the county agent, but under the
new program each one of the 2,576
farms in the county are to be visited
and studied and the owners assist
ed in revising their work.
T. Weaver Cathey, one of the
seven state AAA committeemen.
pointed out the advantages of the
triple A and the use of lime and
J. L. Keitiel, assistant county
farm agent, outlined the AAA pro
gram for 1942, pointing out some
of the changes and goals of the
Wayne Corpening, county farm
agent, spoke on the increase in
Mrs. Hugh Abel Accepts
Position With Hotel
Mrs. Hugh Abel has closed the
Mountain Club for the winter and
has accepted a position with the
J La u y
You Will Find At RAY'S-
portsvear For Fall
Changes Made In
Rev. W. L. Hutchins, who has
served the Waynesville District of
the Methodist church so ably for
the past three years as superinten
dent, has been returned to his post
A number of changes were made
at the conference in the Methodist
ministers of the county. Among
these were the following: Rev.
C. D. Brown, of Long's Chapel
goes to the Concord-Bethel charge
in the Gastonia district, and the
Rev. Miles McLean comes to Long's
Chapel from the Florida Confer
Rev. C. O. Newell, who has serr
ed the Dellwood charge for the
past three years, has been trans
ferred to Bryson City. The Rev.
L. C. Stevens, of the Elkin district,
will take his' place.
Rev. Odell Brown of the Jona.
production required under the pro- than 'Creek charge goes to the
gram of "Food for Defense," which p.. f i,,,.u n1 ,
Two Injured As Truck
Smashes Into Automobile
(Continued from page 1)
approximately $200 and that of the
truck, said to have been govern
ment owned around 26.
Mrs. McDonald has recently
leased the home of Miss Caroline
Alsteatter on Love Lane for a
year and plans to reside here. She
was said to have been en route to
Tryon Monday to make final pre
parations for moving here.
Fines Creek News
By Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
F C.E. Ray s Sons
Mrs. R. F. Fisher and Mrs. Carl
Mooney gave a miscellaneous show
er last Friday for Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Mooney at their home in the
cove section of Fines Creek.
Among those present: were: Mr.
and Mrs. Dolph Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. J, F. Mooney, Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Thantham, Mr. and Mrs.
Hiram Green, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Kirkpatrick, Mrs. R. Fisher, Mrs.
Walter Rathbone, Carl Mooney,
Mrs. D. N. Rathbone, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. McCrary, Mrs. Raymond
Green, Misses Evelyn and Maggie
Green M.iss Etella Fisher.
Misses Ruth and Cenie Fergu-
Miss Mary Jane McCrary,
Miss Lois Ferguson, Miss fcdna
Green, Misses Ruby and amtn
Rathbone, Miss Violet Kirkpatrick,
Miss Georgia Beasley.
Earl Sutton, Paul KirkpatrlcK,
Boone Trantham, Ralph Green and
Mr. and Mrs. Mooney were pre
sented with many lovely and use
ful gifts. Delicious refreshments
were served during the course ox
the department of agriculture is
sponsoring throughout the country...'..'-
All speakers pointed OJt the
fact that all government agencies
assisting the farmer are working
in perfect unison in the program
being launched. They also empha
sized the fact that all the increases
of production are being organized
in such a manner that every farm
is being permanently improved
and at the same time the goal will
be reached in food production.
While the goal was outlined for
increased production the Haywood
farmers were told that it would
not be necessary to plow up any
land, but greater attention given
to the soil and better methods of
culture would bring the desired
The following goal for Haywood
county was given: a 4 per cent in
crease in milk production, which
would mean 970,000 more pounds
of milk per year, with 200 cows
added to the farms; egg production
is stepped up 1 per cent, with an
increase of 69,210 dozen eggs; soy
beans increased 100 per cent, with
10 additional acres to be planted;
oats 20 per cent, with 300 more
acres planted; barley increased
100 per cent, with 40 more acres;
hay five per cent, with 284 acres.
; Every one of the farmers in the
county will be visited and advised
by the county committeemen during
the month of November. This work
is considered the largest job ever
assigned to the committeemen since
the initial organization of the pro
gram. V ' ;'
Luncheon Meet Monday
The Haywood County Minister
ial Association will hold a meeting
on Monday the 8rd, at noon in the
dining room of Mrs. H. W. Bur
nett. - Matters of great interest
will be discussed at the meeting.
10 Added To Hazelwood
Baptist Church Recently
Ten members were added to the
Hazelwood Baptist ehurch during
the recent week's revival conducted
by Rev. H. G. Hemmett, pastor of
the First Baptist church ol Way
nesville. , . ,., .. .. ,. ,'.
Nine were by profession ana one
by letter. Attendance at the meet
ig was good. ., ,,. .
Mrs. D. It. Reyis To
Be Buried Today
Funeral . services will be held
this morning at 11 o'clock at the
Feat ti'nt.lr Partfi AhiiMk f
Carver TOmes to the Dovie Reece wjdow of the
VUV in vuu
Study Course To
Be Conducted For
Mrs. E. N. Howell, of Swan
nanoa, state field director of PTA
work, will conduct a school of in
struction for the Haywood County
Council of Parent Teacher Associa
tions in the Haselwood auditorium
on Thursday, the 6th.
Registration will begin prompt
ly at 10 o'clock with Mrs. J. E.
Shields, recording secretary of the
Haywood County Council, in
Mrs. Dewey Hyatt, president ox
the Haywood County Council, will
preside. All presidents of the
PTA groups in the county schools
are urged to attend.
Miss Quinlan Called to
Columbus, O. on Account
of Death of Cousin
late William Revis, who died at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Miss Alice Quinlan was called
to Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday
on account of the death of her
cousin, Mrs. Gould J. Little. Mrs.
Little has often visited here and
will be remembered by a number
Rev. G. M.
church from Forest
Kev. E. C. rrice, who has serv- o DD ,,, I nf f rnl.
ed Ave years in Clyde, will go to on Tuesday at fi o'clock p. ' m. Funeral services will be held in
ixweii in uastonia a, u. , Buria, wj, be fa the Gwyn ceme-1 Spencer. N. Y., the former home
tery. Icf Mrs. Little. Miss Quinlan will
Mrs. Revis is a native of Hay- go from Columbus to Spencer for
wood county and - was born on the services before returning home.
the transfer of the church of the
Rev. C. C. Washam, of Pilot Moun
tain, in the Winston-Salem dis-
HK-U ' in 107T
Rev. Joe Shackford, pastor of, s, ',rvi"
Mrs. Blanche Medford and Miss
cu.. i i . i
the fines ireeK cnarge lor me . . ,l i ,;.. , mhaa m .nf th. wk.
maaj. Aa th. WinitnN ' - -
pan jvai, (ifca w viia t, tiicibii
Circuit in Winston-Salem, The ,
them residing in this county. end with friends in Murphy.
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pasior oi r inea v ecu win u an
Among the pastors who are re
turning to Haywood county are the J
following: Rev. W. R. Kelley to
Central church in Canton; Rev.
J. B. Taber to First church in
Canton; Rev. V. A. Morton to
Rockwood charge; Rev. W. H.
Nease to Crabtree ; Rev. E. M.
Hoyle, Jr., to Pigeon Valley; Rev.
J. W. Blitch to Bethel; and Rev.
G. W. Bumgarner to Morning
Those returning to their charges
include: Rev. Dr. J. L. Stoles to
Franklin ; Rev. P. L. Green to
Franklin circuit; Rev. H. A.
Clemmer to Hayesville; Rev. J. S.
Higgins to Highlands; Rev. J. C.
Swain to Macon circuit; Rev. C,
B. Newton to Murphy; Rev. Alfred
Smith to Murphy circuit; Rev. H.
G. Carmon to Robbinsville; Rev,
D. H. Dennis to Shooting Creek,
and Rev. W, E. Andrews to Whit
Hiehwav crews with a road
scrape have been working at dif
ferent intervals on Highway No.
209 for the past two weeks. Our
roads are now in fairly good condition.
Reeves Rathbone has put a new
roof on his house. He plans to
renovate the entire building soon.
B. McCrary made a busi
ness trip to Lake Lure last week.
Mr. and Mrs .Wayne Hawkins,
of Canton, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick.
Miss Lorena McCrary and her
classmate at Blanton's Business
College, Miss Edna Tatylor, of
Morehead City, spent the week-end
with Miss McCrary's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. McCrary.
Mrs. Roy Green, of Fines Creek,
spent Sunday on Spring Creek
with relatives. She also attended
the annual Duckett reunion. Among
others attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Will Duckett and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Duckett,
of Los Angeles, Calif., and Homer
Duckett, of Richmond. A boun
tiful picnic dinner was served at
the noon hour
Mrs. M. F. Marley, who visited
friends and relatives in Blowing
Rock and Lenoir during the past
week, returned home on Sunday.
Miss Debrayda Fisher, clerk of
the local draft board, is spending
this week as the guest of her moth
er, Mrs. Martin, in Wedowee, Ala.
" . ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Barber spent
Sunday with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Genatus
Robertson Easley, in Greenville,
S. C. .'
The following made up a party
attending Parents Day held at Bre
vard College on Sunday, Mrs.
George Craig, Miss Dorothy Greer,
Miss Evelyn Craig, Colvin Brown,
Jr., and Jack Worthington,
Mrs. Rufus H. Blackwell has re
turned from a visit of several days
with relatives in Blowing Rock and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Constantin
have returned to Brooklyn, N. Y.,
where they will reside. Mr. Con
stantin has accepted a position with
the National Biscuit Company, of
New York. Mrs. Constantin is the
former Miss Martha Moody, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Moody,
of Moody Farm. -
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Milner and
Howard Collins spent last Wed
nesday and Thursday in Columbia,
S. C, with Jim and Bill Milner,
students at the University of South
Carolina. While there they at
tended the Clemson-University of
South Carolina football game. Jim
Milner accompanied them home for
The People's Transit, operating
on a half-hour schedule daily and
Sunday, from the hospital to the
rubber plant, was inaugurated yes
terday, according to Frank DaviB,
The car will leave the hospital
on every hour, and leave for a re
turn trip from the rubber plant on
every half hour.
Three stations along the route
have been established Henderson's
Corner, McKay's Pharmacy and
The cars will operate from six
o'clock in the morning until 8:30
at night. Fare is ten cents
from the hospital to Waynesville
and the same price from Waynes
ville to Hazelwood.
Mrs. J. L. Reitzel and small son
ar spending this week in Shelby
I ate Qlcat Qun
FOOTWEAR TO PROTECT
Y usl stn'l kees boyi ana (iris
lit of puddles, mud, snow or slush
tut with IALL-BAND gtltera,
rubbers t boots you can koop
their root dry and warm. Mothers
and Fathers for mora than forty
years hava found that Rod Ball
footwear costs lets because it
wears longer. Lot your youngsters
enjoy tha winter tn comfort. Bring
ham to us right away for their
-EVERY TYPE OF OVERSHOE-
Let Us Show You
C. E. RATS SONS
Rev. Daniel Will Preach
At Holiness Church Here
Rev. Joe Daniel, of Rutherford
ton, will hold the services at the
Congregational Holiness church
here on Saturday and Sunday even
ings. ' .
Special singing will be conducted
by Miss Lucy Head and others,
Cruso Electric Membership
Now" Iii' Their New7' Offices In Waynesville, On Main Street,
Opposite Park Theatre.
Bills can be paid in Clyde at Crawford & McKinney Eso
14th ANNIWKSARV SALE
C. J. REECE, Owner
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