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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,
NEWS REPORTS AT FT. JACKSON
By Bobby Sloan.
I am fond of gadgets, particular
ly doo-hickies, with neon lighting
and colored plasties and so after
a wild ride through the late after
noon and night, when I found
haven in what looked to be the lat
est in streamlined buses at the
Terminal at Gastonia, I considered
my troubles over. I was a bit pre
vious! Campfires, rainy night, mud
dy walks, cold bumpy rides were
in tha naat far awav In tne back
ground, with a ticket to Waynes
ville in my pocket who blame the
self-satisfied, jaunty way I may
say smirk which played tag with
the dirt on my face.
I shall muse, thought I, of things
to come. The surprise on papa's
T walk in. the fire cheer
ing on the games of my nephew
and nice a hot bath, clean cioines
and the feel of starched sheet. Of
inn trt rnmp ! Of a fresh Saturday
morning up street mingling with
all old familiar laces, in me oiu
familiar way, walking to the bar
ber shop, buying that overnight
bag I've wanted so long and those
white wool socks. I've only been
oKlo tn hnv at the Tocrjrerv.
Of a girl and soft lights, and
1.. mniiK nf a hike organ, of a
whispered conversation over that
Ladies and gentlemen, at this
moment the motor interrupted my
pleasant stream of consciousness
with a series of Darks and my mus
ings continued thusly:
A tired and weary traveler, I
arrived with the dawn Saturday and
here I sit waiting for my family
to arouse and greet the errant,
wandering son. But I am in Way
nesville and a week-end is before
me, dirt and sand and cold and
rain are behind me.
Rut the Editor doesn't nay me
for such amusing twaddle, so up
and at 'em.
. By R. J. SCOTT
Manv thanks to "Poopy-deck"
Truett. Without his help, my first
hand information would be limited.
An old Mountaineer scribe himself
he has and is giving me invaluable
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
In Color Alice Faye and John
Payne. ' '
With Tim Holt and Ray Whitley
I "Father Takes A
With Adolph Menjou and Gloria
An incident of the week was the
red letter night when one of Com
pany II found a real hayloft to
sleep in just like a featherbed
there was Jack Smith and "Big
Ugly" Robinson and officially
there were some more. We'll beat
this here old war yet.
It looks like Company H just
isn't going to have a mascot, unless
Rnckv Rnonn and Red Ruby Mathis
are more careful next time they
try to hide a hound dog. What
about it boys, want to try again?
write M" , o . .....
euvers will be over te 25th of
November. This isn't official yet,
but the GHQ phases of the maneu
vers are scheduled to start on the
15th and they should not last over
ten or eleven days.
Tnr Knio-ht and Willie Messer
spent the week-end in Columbia
where they visited Bill Milner at
the University of South Carolina,
They saw Bill turn in a brilliant
football performance . why not?
He's a Company H Boy, isn't he?
Wvlie Williams spent the week
end visiting friends in Gastonia.
Th vollev ball team was de
feated in a recent contest with
Willie Messer nlayed football
with Cullowhee Saturday at Camp
Croft. .' i .
2,400 pounds butter.
7,200 pounds bread.
3,600 pounds American cheese.
1,920 pounds coffee.
2,880 pounds canned cranberry
That's nil folks so now I lay
me, etc and get a little shut eye.
See you Thanksgiving, I hope.
With Ida Lupino and L. Hey-
"The Shepherd Of
In Color J. Wayne, H. Car.
Two Latins From
With Joan Davis.
P. S. It looks now as if man-
TTJ THE SUPERIOR COUKT.
' VS. ;
The defendant, Kobert crooK
ahire will take notice that an ac
tinn entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina,
fnr- the miniosft of securing for the
ninintiff n absolute divorce from
F.U...v... .. .
the defendant on tne grounas oi
two years separation; ana tne saia
defendant will further take notice
that he is reauired to appear be
fore the Qerk of the superior wun
f eairi nntitv within tnirty aays
Bft 17th dav of November,
1941, and answer or demur u me
complaint filed in said action, or
the nlaintiff will altlv to the Court
for the relief demanded in said
This the 16th day oi ucioDer,
Asst Clerk Superior Court
No. 1121 Oct. 23-30-Nov. 6-13
With the majority of its troops
in the field on maneuvers Fort
Bragg will on Thanksgiving still
give a good account of itself in the
gustatory department. According to
the quartermaster subsistence of
fice soldiers of this largest artil
lery post in the world will consume
24,000 pounds of turkey. As the
birds weigh anywhere from eight
to twenty pounds each it is esti
mated that the number of gobblers
to receive military funerals on
November 20 will approximate
On the lavish menu with the
ti,rW will be all manner of delica
cies not usually enjoyed by the
soldier at table. A sample army
Thanksgiving day bill-of-fare fol
Celery and olives.
Creamed celery soup.
Roast turkey, sage dressing, gm-
Candied yams or mashed pota
Buttered string beans and cream
Lettuce hearts and Russian dress
Pumpkin or mince pie.
Cocoanut layer cake.
Oranees. anDles. bananas and
grapes, mixed nuts and mints.
Hot rolls and butter.
in nrHr to furnish Such a meal
to the thousands of troops stationed
at Fort Bragg the post quarter
master will purchase calmly food
supplies which would stagger the
imagination of any housewne.
A list of the orders on nana
4,800 stalks of celery.
6,000 pounds of fresh carrots,
3,320 pounds canned string beans,
4,080 dozen eggs.
6,000 pounds flour.
20,400 pounds Irish potatoes.
7,200 pounds sweet potatoes.
1,440 pounds pumpkin.
6,240 pounds granulated sugar,
720 pounds brown sugar.
7,200 pounds fresh grapes.
2,400 pounds smoked ham.
5,760 heads of lettuce.
24,000 bottle of milk.
2,880 pounds canned micemeat.
2,880 pounds canned mincemeat.
960 quarts green olives.
1,300 pounds fresh onions.
480 gallons oysters.
1,680 pounds assorted candies.
In addition to the royal feast, us
ually enhanced by the ingenuity of
individual mess sergeants and
cooks, soldiers , will find cigars and
cigarettes beside their plates. The
extras are paid for out oi tne com
pany fund and the savings made
by units who purchase from the
quartermaster . , . usually amount
ing to 2 per cent on iooas.
On Thnnkaonvisr dav officers of
all organizations are especially
careful in their inspections oi Kitcn
ens and dining rooms to make sure
preparations have been properly
made and that the food will be at-
Bethel Honor Roll
And Other School
; the honor roll of
the Bethel school for the third
month of the current term: -
a - fcnnnr roll of the high school:
Rebecca Henderson, Mary Reecei
James Donaldson, orary
i ck Rnmatt. Velma Swanger,
Sue Kelley, Frances West, Selma
o rtnrnthv J-'lOWe, Aruic
Pless, Louise Terrell, and James
Mathis. . , ,
"B" honor roll in Wgfl school
included: Dillard Grooms, Bonnie
Blaylock, Lillian Buckner, Loia
Farmer, Bertie F. Hall, Nora B.
Henson, Carrie Mann, Margaret
Singleton, Bobbie Lee Turner,
raihonn. Ruby Huskey,
Audrey Sherrill, Rotha Robinson,
Evangeline Robinson, Geraldine
Styles, Hiawatha Shook, Helen
Donaldson, Gwendolyn neece, ucu
llo Thnmiunn. Vpa-fTV Ann BUITl
PntK Meal. Geraldmef West,
Helen Holcombe, Dillard Henson,
Frances Wells, Edith' West,
Wayne Warren, Carroll Pless, Man
uel Grant Norman wapies, ij
Also Joe Hyatt, F. M. Queen,
Irene Farmer, Atha Grogan,
manrho Henson. Erma L. Long,
Louise Mease, Lois? Morgan, Velma
Rogers, Ruth Wells, Eloise West,
Ava Chambers, Louise Knight, Ed
na Long, Martha Mease, Edith
Wells, Roy Conrad, Helen Owen, 1.
E. Shook, Hugh Early, Lucille
Cathey, Dorothy York, Paul Erwin,
Berlyn Mease, Doyce Franklin, Roy
Cogburn, Norvelle Deaver, Ernest
Mathis, Way Mease, Jr.
Those maKing tne ' A ' nonor run
in the graded school were: Hilda
Hargrove, Maxine Hargrove, Ruby
Lee Harkins, Richard Stamey,
Louise Chambers, Jean McCracken,
Lida West, Carolyn Rogers, Maxine
Hardin, Ann Wells, Pearl Clark,
Hazel Deitz, Fred Murray, Ruby
Deaver, Shirley M. Connatser.
Making the B" honor roll in the
elementary school were: Betty Sue
Hargrove, Eva Nell Cochran Jo
sephine Mathis, Ernestine Mauney,
Jencie Wright, Lorine Ledford,
Billv Metcalf. William Whitesides.
Horace Ledbetter, Frances Blay
lock, Jean Patsy Kmsiand, f ear
lene Franklin. Rosrer Buchanan.
Eugenia Justice, Keith Smathers,
Kathryn Rhinehart, Betty S. Vance,
Jennie Mae Huskey, Be&y S. West,
Martha June Vance, vv ko
darmer, Eleen WellB, Betty JU
Rhinehart, Dennis Caldweu, Davis
Whitesides. , , T
Also Betty Jean eiayioca, ina
Mot.sif TWnthv .Jean Buchanan,
Janet Deaver, Nora Deaver, Faye
Ashe, Wilma Hyde, Keva uevis,
Clara Wells, Charles Ford, Harry
Owen, Don Reeee, Bill Murray,
Betty Bumgarner, Dolores York
Troy Welch, Jack Metcalf, E. B.
Rickman, Beulah armer, nancy
Erwin, Jess Carl Green, Burdean
Ashe, and Betty Kate narains. .
in nnlnr to raise money to put
on the annual junior-senior banquet
the juniors are selling vnnstmas
cards this year.
VanY. Fridav in chapeL starting
with the seniors and coming on
down through the grades, the stu
moVino the highest records car-
ries the United Statea flag, second
high the North Carolina flag, and
third highest directs the pledging
f aiipciance. Juniors recently
honored were Reba Burnette, Velma
Swanger, and Audrey Sherrill.
For Coming Y
ety of Christian Serv3
ed officers fnr t, .
their mMtin k j 6
president and Mrs. VernoJ
vice president; Mrs. Glenn!
recording secretary; mJ
of local work; Mrs. Bry's
ual life; Mrs Abbie In4
reiary oi supplies.
uigui, new memDers werj
to the society: Mrs nj.
Mrs. Hayes Bryson, Mj
jvir&pairicK, mrs. Ulenn
Mrs. Glenn Cagle, Mrs.
Wilson, Mrs. Cecil Moo
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER
DEED OF TRUST
Barber s Apple
si jja iw i
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TTavinr nnalified as executrix
of the estate of Anderson Sanford,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hihit them to the undersigned at
Waynes'ville, North Carolina, on or
before the 8tn day oi uciooer, ii..
r.f thin notice will be pleaded In
Ko nt thir recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
This the 8th day oi uciooer,
MOS MiKTlY SANFUKU.
, iT&XU " '
TTvontriv nf .the Estate of Aiv
NO. 1116 Oct. 9-16-Z3-30-JNOV.
6-13. ' "
Hoirinw nnnlifipd as administra-
iif t P Ttramlett. deceased, late
f Wovwood flountv. North Caro
lina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against tne esiaio
of the deceased to exhibit them to
fi,o nnHoraicmpd at Waynesvuie,
Haywood County1, North Carolina,
on n KofnrA the Htn aav oi Oc
tober, 1942, or this notice will be
niooiot in hr of their recovery.
VCV - - j
All persons indented to iu
estate will please make immediate
payment. . , ..
This the 9th day oi uexooer,
T. L. GREEN,
Administrator of T. R. Bramlett
No. 1118 Oct. 9-16-23-30-lNOV
tTavinr cmalifleil aa Executrix of
the estate of O. T. Alexander, de
ceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against tne
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at way
nesville, North Carolina, on or be-
fore the 1st day oi uctooer,
tnia notice will be pleaded In
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate wiu piease
main immediate nayment.
This the 1st day oi uct.,
(Mrs) Anna Katherine Alexander,
Executrix or tne ristate oi u. a.
No. 115 Oct. 9-16-23-30-Nov.
TTnW and hv virtue of authority
contained in a certain deed of J
trust executed Dy uusocnran anu
wife, to Security National BanK,
Trnstpo. on the 20th day of No
vember, 1937, recorded in Book
40, Page 309, Registry of Uay-
nrnnrl pountv. North Carolina, de-:
fault having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness se-j
cured thereby, whereby the entire
amount of said indebtedness be
came due and payable and demand
having been made by tne noiaer j
of said note upon the trustee named
therein to advertise and sell the j
nronprtv described in said deed of :
trust, the undersigned will offer for
sale for cash at public auction at
the courthouse door in Waynesvflle,
Haywood county, N. O., at noon
on Mondav. December 8th. 1941,
the following described real estate:
Lying and being in the town of
Waynesville, Haywood c cb n t y,
North Carolina, and
BEGINNING on a stake on the
eastern side of Killian street (for
merly Hasse streetj, the nortn-
western corner of property oi
Maggie Mehaff ey estate, said stake
heinir S. 58 decrees 30' W. 3T7.B
feet from the intersection of the
eastern margin of Kalian street
with the southwestern margin or
Boyd avenue, and runs thence with
the Mehaff ey line S. 31 degrees
30' E. 150 feet to a stake in line
of Killian heirs: thence with their
line S. 59 degrees 30' W. 50 feet
to a stake in line of Gudger Da
vis lot (formerlv Mrs. M. J. Uavis
lot) ; thence with the line of said
lot N. 31 degrees 30' W. 150 feet
to a stake in the eastern maririn
of Killian street (formerly nasse
street); thence with the said mar
gin of said street N. 59 degrees
30' E. BO feet to the BEvilNNlNli.
BEING the identical lot of land
conveyed to Gus Cachran and
wife. Willie Cochran, bv Newton
Davis and wife, Ethel Davis, by
deed dated October 27, 1936, re
corded October 27, 1936, in Book
92. natre 401. Record of Deeds of
Haywood county, North Carolina,
and being the same property de
scribed in a man thereof bv Nathan
Rogers, surveyor, made October
27, 1937, and now on file with the
World War Veteran Loan Fund.
Raleich. North Carolina, to which
said record and map reference is
made for descrmtion thereof. -
The successful bidder will be re
quired, at the time of the sale, to
make a cash deposit of 10 per cent
of the amount of the bid as a guar
antee of -compliance 'therewith in
the event that no resale is ordered.
Dated this 5th day of November,
' SECURITY NATIONAL BANK,
Bv J. M. SINK. Jr
Assistant Trust Officer.
tractivelv served. As a rule, the
mess halls are gaily decorated for
the banquet and, eaten, special
cards are nrinted for the occasion
with the name of the soldier's unit
and a Thanksgiving sentiment in
cluded with the bill-oi-fam. Kverv
effort is made on this distinctively
American holiriav to' malto th
boys in khaki happy and satisfied
! i J A . .
msiue ana out
We're Lucky To Have
32 By 44 Inches
Just the thing to line garages,
ments, barns, and dwellings. H
natural wall board color.
Supply is limited. Get yom n
now at same low prices.
First Showing of
Wellco Shoe Corp.
H A Z E L WOO D
We Invite You To See
These Beautiful and .
Comfortable House Shoes
Our Faith In Vellco
Before the blueprints were even drawn
for the modern plant, we gave Wellco an
initial order for their shoes WE BE
LIEVED IN THEM THEN and today,
with the shoes in our store, we state pub
licly their products are of Superior Quality.
G ALLEN & CO.
Phone 48 Hazelffood
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