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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Red Cross Workers
Drive Are Named
(Continued from page 1)
Tom Roarers, and Mrs. Jim Davis;
(Upper), Mra. Carl Green, chair
man, Mrs. Chaa. B. McUrary, ana
Mrs. Hugh Ferguson; White Oak,
Mrs. A. L, Bramlett, chairman,
Mrs. Willie Hunter, and Mrs, Loyd
Crabtree, Mrs. Glenn Palmer,
chairman, Mrs. Frank Medford,
Mrs. Fred Noland, Mrs. H. H
Halt, Mrs. W. B. Reeves, and Mrs.
Taft Ferguson ; Iron Duff, Miss
Mary Davis, chairman, Mrs. Man
eon Medford, Mrs. Gay Chambers,
and Miss Harriett Davis; Lake
Junaluska, Mrs. Hallett Ward,
chairman, Mrs. Jerry Liner, and
Mrs. Weaver McCracken.
Lakeside, Mrs. Jim Noland,
chairman, Mrs. Ed Glavich, and
Mrs. Zack Massey ; Ivy Hill, Mrs.
Walter Ketner, chairman, Mrs,
Herbert Plott, Mrs. Frank Henry,
Mrs. Tom Alexander, Mrs. John
Finger, and Mrs. Norman Cald
well; Saunook and Hyatt Creek,
Mrs. W, F. Swift, chairman, Mrs.
Sam Jones, Mrs. Sam Arrington,
Mrs. John Sparks, Mrs. Floyd Lyle
and Mrs. Leo Reiger.
Mt Sterling, H. D. McDonald,
chairman, Mrs. Maye Hannah, and
Mrs. Mack Caldwell ; Cataloochee,
Mrs. John Carroll, chairman, Dave j
Noland and "Uncle" Steve Woody.1
The need for the emergency
funds are being presented at each
of the ten meetings which are be
ing sponsored by the county farm
agents in the county during the
past ten days.
In A Number Of
Civil Court Cases
(Continued from page 1)
juries received while operating a
corn cutter on the farm of the de
fendant a compromise was reached
and a judgment of f26 was given
Mr. Parks. .
JQS Jtefey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Kerley, versus McCrary
and Son, Inc., of Asheville, was
settled with a compromise, the
plaintiff receiving judgment total
ing $775, for injuries suffered
when a truck owned by the defend
ants is alleged to have struck the
plaintiff while riding a bicycle.
The will of Pauline Davis, wife
of Randolph Davis, was adjudged
by the court and jury as the true
will of Pauline Davis in the case
in which her family contested the
legality of the document. Mrs. Da
vis and her husband had taken a
baby in their home for adoption
and the time of probation waa not
up when she was taken ill and
rushed to the Haywood County
Hospital for an operation, from
which she died shortly after. On
her way to the hospital 'she had
written her brothers and sisters
that she wanted her small baby,
that would be adopted in time, to
inherit all of heT land and things
if she should not recover.
The Morris Grocery Company
recovered a judgment of $1,000
from the estate of Sarah S, Sloan,
(Continued from page 1)
townships v at the Crabtree-Iron
Duff school, with an attendance of
660. This is the largest attend
ance at any of the Victory meet
ings. The same speakers with the
exception of Mr. Woody and Jack
Messer, were present at the Crab
tree meeting. The farmers in
these townships have been working
together in a combined effort to
secure all scrap material available
for the scrap drive.
In addition to the scrap material
campaign to be brought to the
farmers' immediate attention is
the repair of farm machinery All
farmers in Haywood county in the
very near future will receive farm
machinery repair inventory blanks
and have been asked by the gov
ernment to repair all their machm
" ery and make inventories of the
parts needed in making a crop in
" 194Z. '
After these inventories have been
made and an estimate of the nee
eesary parts has been arrived at, it
is requested that farmers turn over
this signed order to their, machine
dealer, and these dealers in turn
will be able to secure the parts that
the farmers have placed orders for.
The following is a schedule of the
remaining Victory meetings to be
held throughout the county:
East Fork township tonight at
the Cruso school building; Cecil
township Friday night at the Cecil
school; Waynesville township
meeting at the township high
school on Monday night; Ivy Hill
township meeting on Tuesday night
at the Maggie school; Clyde town
ship meeting at the Clyde school
on Wednesday; Beaverdam town-
ship meeting at the Canton high
school on Thursday night; with the
last meeting held on Friday night,
23rd, of the White Oak township
at the White Oak Presbyterian
Rubber Shortage Is
Serious, Says Miller
(Continued from page one) .
not have automobiles, and they got
along. We will have to learn to
do the same."
Mr. Miller pointed out that all
non essentials of rubber had been
withdrawn from production.' "No
more rubber heels, no more golf
balls, or baseballs. Only a limited
number of bladders for footballs.
No rubber thread for elastic doth,
and foundation garments."
When questioned, Mr. Miller said
that it took about seven years for
a rubber tree to mature and pro
duce sufficient san to be commer
cially valuable. The possibility of
developing South American ruoDer
plantations would require several
Tears, he nointed out. Last year
South America produced only 3,-
750 tons of the 600,000 used in
America, be aiL Over 99 per
cent of America's supply comes
from the East Indes. Rubber trees
grow in a 400-mile belt at the equa
"We must not take this short-
j ae lightly. It is serious, and
everyone must take utmost care
of what they have. The chances
of replacing anything - in rubber
soon is very slim," he continued.
An autogiro carries mail between
:he pofctoifice roof and the airport
Baptist Women of
Officers For Year
Officers of the W. M. S. of the
Hazelwood Baptist church elected
at a recent meeting are: Mrs. John
Blalock, president; Mrs. , Rufus
Clark, vice president; Mrs. Tom
Blalock, secretary and treasurer;
Mrs. S. A. Coalson, personal ser
vice; Mrs. Pink Compton, mission
study; Mrs. Tom Blalock, stew
ardship chairman; Mrs. Robert
Cope; circle .leader, Mrs. David
Gaddy, enlistment chairman.
Sunbeam leader, Mrs. Oscar
Knight; Y. W..A- counselor, Mrs.
Sam Knight; G. A counselor, Mrs.
Roscoe WaddelL and R. A leader,
Mrs. Gordon Gibbs.
BAPTIST WOMEN TO MEET
The missionary meeting of the
Hazelwood Baptist church will
meet as a circle at the home of
Mrs. Oscar Knight on Thursday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. '
Kenneth Bramlett Has
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Mrs. A. L. Bramlett has reJ
a cablegram that her son, KW
England. Toons; Bramlett
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