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THE WAYNESVILLE llOUNTALNr.ER
(Continued from page 2)
there, to the effect that there
mustn't be any revenge motive, on
the democracies' part, at the next
peace table, as undoubtedly there
was, in the Allies' minds, at Ver
sailles. International President
Zeke Hopkins dwelt on this point forble-
at a recem wasningxon romuug
of - his organization, the Civitan
But what I ask is:
Is it going to be possible for the
democratic delegates at the next
peace conference, supposing Hitter
to be licked, to draw a distinction
between Adolf and Germans gen
erally? It's true, he isn't a Ger
man, but an Austrian. The Ger
mans fell for him, though. Will
the democrats be able to forgive
'em for that to say, "The Ger
mans are all right, Adolf's the only
I can imagine the Italians as be
ing pardoned for Mussolini. But
the Germans for Hitler? Oh my!
Indeed, if Adolf's licked, whatll
be done with him, anyway? Will
he be permitted to retire to some
Doom for the rest of his life?
I've my doubts if he isn't disliked
worse than Bill Hohenzollern was.
Maybe the Germans themselves
will attend to him.
Director Edward H. Bean of the
Mrs. Grady Ford, of Canton,
route 1, operative case, is fairly
well. . ,
Lilly Coleman, (colored) of Can
ton, medical case, is lamy com-
Mrs. Wayne Medford, of Way
nesville, route 2, operative case,
is resting better.
Mrs. Ruth Davis Harde, of Can
ton, medical case, is improving.
Master David Jones, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is better.
Joe Ramsey, Jr., of Waynesville,
operative case, is resting more
The condition of Jess Reynolds,
of Canton, operative case, is good.
Mrs. John Medford, of Waynes
ville, route 2, operative case, is
Bobbie Blythe, of Canton, oper
ative case, is improving.
Miss Dorothy Reed, of Canton,
operative case, is better.
Miss Ruth Ball, of Waynesville,
route 1, operative case, is resting
The condition of J. C. Johnson,
Chicago zoo makes what perhaps
is a constructive suggestion. He
wants Adolf, to keep in the goril-
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of Canton, operative case, is good.
Mrs. J. P. Sisk, of Waynesville,
route 1, medical case, is better.
Ben Ferguson, of Clyde, route 1,
medical case, is improving.
Roy McCracken, of Clyde, oper
ative case, is better.
Jack Miles, of Hampton, Va.,
to Ruth Davis, of Waynesville.
The condition . of Master Jean
Mills, of Canton, operative case, is
Try "Rub-My-Tltm" Wonderful Liniment las' Cage at his ZOO,
"MY WINTER OUTFIT
COST ME $1.75"
Believe It Or Not, that
is what you can make
your winter outfit cost
you . . just by letting
us dry clean and put in
to first' class condition
your last year's clothes.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID
C. D. KETNER, Owner
Asheville Road Phone 130-M
Mrs. James Williams, of Cruso,
medical case, is fairly comfortable.
Willie Hampton, of Waynesville,
operative case, is better.
Miss Naomi Rhinehart, of Way
nesville route 2, operative case, is
Walter Caldwell, of Cove Creek,
medical case, is resting fairly well.
Miss Sadie Queen, of Sylva, med
ical case, is resting more comfor
Mrs. F. L. Jones, of Waynesville,
operative case, is some better.
W. C. Slagle, of Franklin, oper
ative case, is resting fairly well.
-Miss Marjorie Skidmore, of Way
nesville, operative case, is better.
Warren Pickens, ( colored ) , " of
Tryon, operative case, is fairly com
fortable. . '
Mrs. Floyd Shelton, of Waynes
ville, route 1, operative case, is
Having qualified as administra
tor of T. R, Bramlett, deceased, late
of Haywood County, North Caro
lina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate
of the deceased to exhibit them to
the undersigned at Waynesville,
Haywood County, North Carolina,
on or before the 9th day of October,-,
1942, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
This the 9th day of October, 1941.
T. L. GREEN,
Administrator of T. R. Bramlett,
No. 1118 Oct. 9-16-23-30-Nov.
6-13. ' .
For Safe Winter Driving
We Have Just Installed
MUD and SNOW
SURE GRIP SILENT TREAD
Used Tires Vulcanizing
Certified Tread Guaranteed Mileage
Easy Terms Pay As You Ride
Waynesville Gulf Service
Tire Recapping Co.
Tom Leatherwood.'of Clyde, to
Wilda Jackson, of Canton.
R. D. Gaddis, of Canton, operative
case, is improving.
Letters To The
To Be Returned
To Former Jobs
"Clearing committees", composed
of business, labor and civic leaders
in the community, will assist the
reemployment commiteemen of the
selective service local board in ob
tainine jobs for returning sol-
diers. sailors and marines, It was , . ,. T . ,.:..:
'earned this week from the Iocal next week. ; '
draft office. .-, j nave wanted for some time to
Thse committees, to which will ! get back into newspapering, which
be referred eases of ex-service menjs my real calling, and to get out
in their localities whom the local of the rotten political mess here in
board is unable, to immediately Raleigh. I am utterly disgusted
place in employment, will be or- with the insincerity, indifference, in
(ranized throughout the State, ac-' ertia and ineptness of some of
the persons who snouia De most vi
tallv concerned over the traffic ac-
I jlont nrohlem and who could do
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Editor The Mountaineers
You may or may not receive any
news releases from the Highway
Safety Division after this week, be
cause I am resigning my position
here as of Saturday, October 25.
you may be interested to know that
I am to take over as editor of the
cording to the state director, Gen
ial J. Van B. Metta.
... 1 J
. cases 01 ,r p T something ,to remedy it if they
service men, or those who desire would And T am not speaking of
new jobs, are referred by local immediate superior, Ronald
Doara reemployment comnujemen Hocutt.
the state employment office,
This facilitates cooperation by em
ployers, for they can and should
"st their. employment needs with
their nearest state employment of
fice and state preference for for
mer members of the nation's armed
All " returning soldiers are in
structed to get in touch with their
local board reemnlnvment commit
Thanks for the generous space
you have given my releases. Keep
up the good fight.
With warmest personal regards
and best wishes, I am
Very truly yours,
Iron Duff fu
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tion club met S H
Etta Crawfn fmlH
gave interest- lH
a proBram "V
the social hour by Tf
Mrs. Cleveland Park,
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an all-rlav o; mtaa
. an ai r inj -,i
at the home of Mn.GfenJ
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cause it goes right to t43
to soothe and heal rw 2
flamed bronchial muM
New York heads the list in
motor-vehicle registrations with Z,- brans Ton j Jr"1
teemen as soon as they reach their ; operation. California runs a close S,6,??!?- rjB you must UkeJ
hnmpn These committeemen will second in the registration race i r.i Jrf ."Wot
- wic jum xilUIlCy hs
have received data from national , with 2,606,590 motor vehicles. And PpCAjhli
rtera cnnceminc each man. not far behind is Pennsylvania VrflxCwIVlULi
his civilian occupational skill, with 2,054,787 cars and trucks. for Couehs.ChesfColdsl
training and experience and his
service record, well in advance of
his return and will transmit this
information to the nearest state
In cases where anv employer
states that he is unwilling or un-
man the matter will De turned
Among those discharged from
the Haywood County Hospital dur
ing the week were the following:
Ernest Estes. Mrs. Fred Huffman
and baby, Mrs. John Ashe, Mrs. aye to take back
Sam Lanning and baby, Mrs.
Vireril Lee. Miss Ruth Nichols, Miss
nvnr fr flip lnpnl rlpnrinr commit
Nancy Owen, Dr. H. B.; Osborne, I tee for inveStigation. If it is found
Mrs. Henry Stephenson. Mrs. Ruth
Lanning, Theodore Swanger, Mrs.
Troy Franklin and baby, Mrs.
Gudger Hipps, Miss Intz Kirkpat
rick, Mrs. Lona Pressley, Hobart
Pressnell, Buster Shipman.
Also Miss Bell Strickland, Frank
Ferguson, T. A. Morgan, Miss
Manilla ' Rrown, Master Hugh
Wright, .Mis. Cl?ude' Ashe and
baby, John Caldw.ll, TT'-s. Everett
Thomas, Mrs. W. E. Afd-rson,
Mrs. Hugh Allison and baby, Mvr
Rufus Carswell, Miss Esther Lee
McElrath and Miss Patsy Overman.
that the employer is not justified
in his attitude, an appropriate local
organization will be expected to
show him the error of his ways
and bring him around to the point
where he will reinstate the ex
service man because he wants him.
JfpftA for the qears Trithrn
TO ALL PARTS
Iron Duff News
Mrs. John M. McClure
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Shipman, of
Canton, route 2, announce the birtlj
of a son on October 21st. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards, of
Canton, route 2, announce the birth
of a son on October 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Messer, of
Cove Creek, announce the birth of
a daughter on October 26th.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ratcliff, of
Waynesville, route 1, announce the
birth of a daughter on October 26th.
Mr. and Mrs. II. J Roberson, of
Candler, route 1, announce the birth
of a son on October 17th.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Woodard, of
Hazelwood, announce the birth of
a daughter on October 27th.
L. E. SIMS
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
BEFORE THE CLERK.
Bryan Heatherly, Administra
tor of the Estate of Butler
Mrs Tinie Kuykendall, Joe
Kuykendall, Mrs. Nancy Kuy
kendall, Ida Revis, Carrol Kuy
kendall and Bruce Kuykendall,
heirs at law.
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, made in the Special Pro
ceeding entitled "Bryan Heatherly,
Administrator of the Estate of
Butler Kuykendall, deceased, vs.
Mrs. Tinie Kuykendall, et al.," the
same being No. 208 upon the Spe
cial Proceeding Docket of said
Court, the ; undersigned Commis
sioner will, on the 17th day of No
vember, 1941, at 11:00 o'clock a. m.,
at the Court house door in Waynes
ville, N. C, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash that cer
tain tract of land lying and being
in East Fork Township, Haywood
County, N. C, and more particu
larly described as follows, to-wit:
Adjoining the lands of T. N.
Massey, J. C, W'Hams and others
and bounded as follows, viz.: BE
GINNING on a chestnut oak, T. N.
Massey's corner on Anderson Creek,
and runs down said creek 10 poles
to a small poplar; thence S. 19 W.
8 poles and 12 links to a spruce
pine; thence S. 24 W. 18 poles and
20 links to a white walnut on the
west bank of a branch; thence
across the branch, South 40 East
6 poles and 18 links to a stake in
the old Ivester and Evans line;
thence with said line South 17 Vt
West 91 poles and 23 links to a hick
ory; thence with Hyatt and Evans
'line, South 85 H West 7 poles
land 23 links to a poplar; thence
iwith Burnett's line North 18
J E. 61 poles and 17 links to a chest
nut; thence N. 8H' tEX 5 poles and
19 links to a popular; thence N. 72
W. 68 poles to a stake in Anderson
Creek; thence down said creek to
the BEGINNING, containing 16
acres, more or less.
This October 13th; 1941.
No. 1120 Oct 23-30-Nov. 8-13.
Mrs. Cep'e CnWwell, known as
"Aunt Mag," has returned home
after spending three weeks visit
ing with friends and relatives in
and around Waynesville.
Study The Cavity Walls
The use of. Cavity Wall construction if
meeting with ever-increasing, favor on III
part of architects, builders and home owned
The excellence of this type of waD if
Let us giv you the details of Cavitj
Mrs. Mae Davis- has been visit
ing relatives in several counties
west of Haywood.
Mr. and Mrs, J. M. McClure and
son, Burnette, and Mr. and Mrs.
Hardy Nelson, of the Jonathan
Creek section, visited Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Nelson at Tuxedo recently.
ETOWAH BRICK BUILDS
BETTER HOMES ?
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TO U "
IT PAYS TO DUY TIIE LEADER
AHD GET THE LEADING BUY
iixviu io SALES-SERVICE
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