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PRIL 2, 1942
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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phies of seniors of the Waynesville High School.
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. .u- most ardent outdoor
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pDhi,mMerord, son of Dr.
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. Ip5 after his Dad and is
Xen he is hunting, fish-
campi"f out .
P'trs e Infantry), Phil
PrefeT . w to Davidson
J1 ...w he will study
lr son,, part of the medical
was a member of the
W as. u . n, 10th and
T des A ;embe; of the
lh P"dfu.j in the 9th. 10th
rank of tape o.-uu.
L boy who is vitally interested
tit on, Jai'K "r -
and Mrs. Frank Worthing:-
plans to pro to in. own
leee and then get into aviation
stay! Engineering is Jack's
jnd 'choice and he is also inter
J in drafting.
Lk is a member of the high
tool band in tne iuin arm iim,
a member ot tne journalism
.u mtVi 11th. and a
tiB m ' ,r - .
Uber of the Aviation Club in
Ling that he is ready for the
corps as soon as it is ready
him, Howard Truitt, son of
Tmirt. nf Hazel wood, plans
take an engineering- course that
prepare him for aviation en-
Howard was a member of the
ution Club in the 8th and home
km officer in the 9th grade.
fellow who appreciates a good
bis Fred Palmer, son of Mrs.
la Palmer, of Welch street.
frred is looking forward to join-
the navy and perhaps being a
y pilot. :
trie builds airplane models, likes
adventure movies and has worked
at various jobs.
Fred has been a student of the
high school here since the 9th
One of the largest local collec
tions of football and boxing pic
tures is owned by Bruce Jaynes,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jaynes,
of Dellwood road.
Although he likes sports of all
kinds Bruce enjoys his art class
so much that he has decided to
make .art his career.
Bruce played football, basket
ball and was a member of the
track team in the 10th and 11th
grades. He is a member of the
Art Club and Dramatics Club.
He also got honorable mention on
the Blue Ridge conference team.
Having left his mark on the lo
cal school, Sam Arrington, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Arrington, of
Saunook, is interested in being a
He plans to go to N. C. State
College or Berea where he will
study to be a county agent.
Sam is also interested in photo
graphy, likes his school work and
He is president of the senior
student body, was president of
F. F. A. in the 10th grade, vice
president of his home room and
secretary of F. F, A. Club in the
9th; winner of D. A. R. declama
tion contest in the 10th grade;
member of the Dramatics Club in
the 11th; selected as Carolina
Farmer (highest degree for F. F.
A. in state) in 10th grade ; select
ed as American Farmer (highest
degree for F. F. A. in nation),
11th grade; district winner of su
pervised practice contest for which
he received a trip to F. F. A.
convention in Kansas City in the
11th grade; second place in dis
trict F. F. A. public speaking con
test in the 9th; second place in
state in speaking contest in the
11th grade; won the district F.
Farmers To Grow
FOR $22.50 A TON SEE
Saturday, April 4th From 2 to 4 P. M.
On the Alert at Puerto Rico
Mwi of Um Dm
United States soldiers man a heavy machine gun guarding a strip of
beach on Puerto Rico, America's island fortress dominating the Carib
bean and approach to the vital Panama Canal. The entire island is
completely ringed with all types of guns.
member of the Girls' Chorus in the
9th, 10th, and 11th, and president
of home room in the 9th grade.
CARROLL LOUISE BELL
Collecting records is the hobby
of Carroll Louise Bell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Bell, of Grim
"Sugie" plans to go to Saint
Mary's, then either enter business
or home economics.
She likes tennis, swimming, rid
ing, dancing, parties and says she
likes to cook. She wants to go
away to a city and earn her own
living (for a while).
She has been a member of the
high school band since the 9th
grade, and a member of the Jour
nalism Club in the 10th and 11th
grades, was chairman of the pro
gram committee in the 8th, and
secretary of home room in the
Judge Allen II. Gwyn Captures Still
While Inspecting Timber in Caswell
F, A. essay contest in the 8th
Gladys Ezell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Ezell, of Cherry
street, thinks she would like teach-
Gladys went to Candler high
school during her freshman, sopho
more and junior years.
She plans to go to Cullowhee
for two years, then to Woman's
College in Greensboro. She was
president of her class in the 8th
grade, secretary of the Dramatics
Club in the 9th and 10th, and pres
ident of Debaters Club in the 9th
and cheer leader in the 9th, and
a member of the girls' Glee Club
in the 8th, 9th and 10th grades.
Virginia McElroy, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. McElroy, of
Lake Junaluska, plans to enter the
business department at the Wom
an's College in Greensboro, and
then be a stenographer.
Virginia enjoys movies and col
lects pictures of movie stars. She
enjoys the lake in the summer
both because of the water sports
and the new people she meets.
She has played basketball since
the 8th grade and is now captain
of the basketball team. She tied
with a girl from Bethel for high
scorer in the Gold Medal tourna
ment and was also a member of
the 4-H Club in the 8th grade.
to get a job in a defense plant in
Newport News. She was a mem
ber of the 4-H Club in the 8th
Although she likes feminine
things like cooking, Dot Milner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Milner, of Hatelwood, is also an
She hasn't decided what she
wants to make her life work. She
is interested in music and teach
ing and if the field of aviation
ever offers a real career fo women
she is ready to go into it.
She plans to go to Montreat for
two years and then to some uni
versity. Dot plays for the chorus, likes
painting, woodcraft, horseback rid
ing and golf.
She has played basketball since
the 8th grade, also track since the
8th, and was a member of the
band in the 9th and 10th, and a
Margaret Blalock, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Blalock, of
Hazelwood, plans to be a steno
grapher. Margaret likes books, clothes,
and dancing. She wants to learn
to be a first rate stenographer.
Transferring from Wilson Ju
nior High in Tampa in her fresh
man year, Ann Osborne, daughter
of Mrs. Evelyn A. Osborne, of
Love's Lane wants to be a nurse.
Ann plans to go to Florida State
College for Women. She is art
editor of the Journalism Club,
and was a member of the Jour
nalism Club in the 10th, was pub
licity manager of Dramatics Club
in the 10th, and is a member of
the Dramatics Club this year. She
was student council representative
in the 9th, also student council
representative in the 10th, and
vice-president of sophomore class.
Ann is a cross between an artist
and a torn-boy, she likes to draw
and she loves horses and dogs.
She wants to travel some day and
Two Pictures Of
This Area On New
Two of the twelve colored pic
tures on the 100,000 highway
maps being distributed by the
State Highway Commission, are
from this immediate section.
One is a striking picture of
Devil's Court House," a towering
monolith that overlooks the
sapphire country from near Beech
The other nearby scene is Look
ing Glass Falls, on highway No.
276, between here and Brevard.
Other Western North Carolina
pictures are Grandfather Moun
tain and a section of the parkway
near Roaring Gap.
Following the policy of former
years, maps will be sent larger
hotels, touring bureaus, chambers
of metropolitan newspapers and
other agencies distributing travel
The 1942 map has been fully
corrected to include highways on
which construction work is sched-
At the recent term of court here,
Judge Allen H. Gwyn sentenced
number of defendants for dealing
in liquor or for making the illegal
Down in Caswell county the?
other day, the popular jurist went
one better in his fight against the
He stepped out of his judicial
raiment long enough to destroy
a band new, and completely equip
ped whiskey still.
v Judge Gwyn was inspecting tim
ber on a Caswell county farm when
he came upon a still which had
been put into operation. Apparent
ly the operators of the still had
heard the judge approaching, for
they fled the scene when he arrived.
The judge put the still out of
commission, loaded it on a truck
and carried it to Reidsville, where
he turned over the prize to the
sheriff. The copper was then turn
ed over to the salvage committee
to be used in making war mater
intends to see the Orient in parti
cular. Next summer she hopes
to be a counselor at a girls' camp.
Another sport enthusiast, John
Summerrow, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gr C. Summerrow, of Hazelwood,
plans to be a business man.
John has been a member of the
boys' Glee Club, and was vice
president of home room in the 9th
and 11th grades. He also played
football in the 8th, 9th, and 10th.
John enjoys playing golf, soft
ball, football, but enjoys working,
too. Hasn't decided definitely
what he wants to do after he graduates.
40-Hour Week Law
A general discussion was held
at the Rotary Club Friday on the
Smith bill in Congress, which pro
posed to abolish the 40-hour week.
Different angles were presented,
and . a round-table discussion was
held by the members.
uled to be completed by next sum
mer. The face of the folded map
pictures the state capitol building
while on the back is a brief de
scription of principal points of in
terest in every section of the state.
On the reverse side of the map
are twelve pictures representing
scenes from the three main sections
of the state.
Some questions asked indicate
that somebody doesn't know much
about what is being discussed.
- Transferring from the Fines
Creek high school in the ninth
grade, Edith Russell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Russell, of
Route 2, plans to enter secretarial
Edith likes to cook and sew and
intends to have a Victory Garden
this year. Next summer she hopes
Get Ready for the
Opens Wednesday, April 15
We are all set; with a complete stock of tackle
1 you need for the big ones the Bghtlnt ones
-Ike ones that make Ashing a joy.
GET YOUR FISHING LICENSE HERE
Massie Hardware Co.
ROY PARKMAN, Owner
NOTICE OF SALE
TlnHpr and hv virtue of ah Order
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, in a spe
cial proceeding entitled T. L.
Green, administrator of J. H. Rog
ers, deceased, and Carl C. Rogers,
only heir at law-exparte, the same
being No. 227, Special Proceeding
docket of said court, the under
nicrned commissioner will, on Mon
day, the 27th day of April, 1942,
at 11 o clock a. m., on the prem
ises 3-4 mile north east of uyae,
M C. . in Havwood County, sell to
the highest bidder, the following
described land and premises, to
One lot described as follows:
REGINNING at an iron pin in the
center of the highway leading from
Thompson Cove to the town of
Clyde, N. C, and running thence
with center of said highway N.
1230' W. 74 feet to an iron pin,
the S. W. corner of Claude Thomp
son lot; thence with his line N. e
E. 309 feet to a i fence post in
the D. I. L. Smathers line; thence
with his line S. 8 W. 76 feet to
a post in a fence; thence with
Wnvt Terr's line S. 89 W. 279 feet
to the beginning, containing one-
half acre, more or less.
Also one lot adjoining the above,
bounded as follows: BEGINNING
on an iron pin in the center of
highway leading from Thompson
rw tii the town of Clyde, the
same being the northeast corner of
the Marvin Snyder lot, and runs
thence with the center of said high
way and D. M. Cagle line N. 8
30' W. 87.9 feet to an iron pin, J.
w Roirers' southwest corner:
thence with his line N. 89 E. 279
feet to an iron pin or stake in line
of D. I. L. Smathers; thence with
said line about 8 W. 76 feet to a
stake; thence S. 88 25' W. 254
feet to the beginning, containing
one half acre, more or less.
Said land also has on it a small
two-room and basement dwelling,
and will be sold at public outcry
t the highest bidder, either for
cash or one half cash and the bal
ance on 6 and 12 months time to
suit the purchaser, and separate
lnta or as a whole, as deemed
best by the commissioner. There
are also some minor articles oi
personal and household goods
which will be sold at the same
time, for cash.
This the 27th day of March, 1942.
T. L. GREEN,
No. 1170 April 2-9-16-23.
Save Tire Wear!
Have your wheels lined up
right . . .
Canton, N. C.
Phone 88 v
LATHE & PLANER
DR. R. KING HARPE
125 Main Street Wells Bldg.
Canton, N. C.
V Grade "A" Meat
MRS. HENRY GADDY
East Street The Holly
Looking For Some Place To Go?
Open 24 Hours-
CURB SERVICE PROMPT SERVICE
Plenty of Parking Space
WE ALSO HAVE
Gas and Oil
For Service First Satisfaction Always
In he Basement of the Boyd Building
Entrance through the Boyd Furniture
When It's A Question Of
See The Mountaineer
If you like real healthful, ap
petizing, home cooking, then
here's the place to get it.
MRS. H. W. BURNETTE
Phone 317-W Brookmont Dr.
Eat "Out" More
Constant meal planning
and cooking is a monoton
ous task. Many wives have
arranged so that at least
once a week the family eats
dinner here. We believe
your family will enjoy this
and not just a
Time to Cook with Gas
the Perfect Fuel
Economical Clean Quick
Essotane Metered Service
City on eonvaniwic Installed anywhw
Brading Gas Service
Church Street Phone 202
Newest Modern Stitcher
Modern LAM AC-WE L D
for Invisible Soling.
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