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TOE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
To Be Presented
The following students, who
have been neither absent nor
tardy all year, will receive certi
ficates in chapel on May 1 :
MISS TERRELL Leroy Har
rell, Richard Inman, Bob Lee, Bet
ty Henry, Catherine Leatherwood,
Pauline Palmer. '
MR. HENRY Thurman Smith,
Bill Stephens, Frank Worthington,
Oliver Yount, Elaine Queen, Hazel
Frances Wright, Edith Teague.
MR. BROWN -Jimmie Albright,
Clarence Arrington, Clarence
March, Eugene Gibson, David Gil
lett, Mary Allison, Margaret Bla
lock, Florence Cagle, Grovene
MRS. MEDFORD Edgar Am
nions, Robert Clement, Bobby Col
kitt, Kenneth Compton, Charles
Davis, Johnny Crockett, Junior
Davis, Doris Colkitt.
MRS. STAMEY Martha Mae
Wyche, Laura Winchester, Edith
Summerrow, Frank Smith, Mary
Frances Sheehan, Lillian Ross,
MISS CRAIG Rex Hosoffook,
Ruth Goodson, Helen Hannah,
MISS WITHERS Junior Col
lins, Edith Camp, Mabel Carswell.
MRS. NEAL Louella Hall,
Elizabeth Headrick Sam Knight,
Dorothy Leatherwood, Robert
MRS. LOFLIN Gilbert Fergu
son, J. C. Fisher, John Gillett, Jr.
MISS WHITAKER Nathaniel
Mehaffey, Margaret Palmer, Wan
da Parris, Louise Parton, Edna
Patton, Mildred Price.
MRS. BROWN Louise Rolling
Decides to Move
Need a Laxative?
Take good old
It's a top-seller
all over tke South
Mrs. Mabel Mahon is surrounded by
her dogs at her home in Union
town, Pa. Mrs. Mahon held up work
on a $1,000,000 defense housing pro
ject when she refused to move from
the converted barn with her ten
dogs and a cat, but appeals to her
patriotism swayed be&
Thelman Rich, Christine Under.
wood, Mary Williamson, Fred Shee
han, Kenneth Troutman, Noble
Wyatt, Wid Wyatt.
MRS. P A TRICK Houston
Swanger, Joe Turner, Thomas
Wilson, Walter Wyatt, Velma Sut.
ton, Fannie Trantham, Thelma
Turpin, Audrey Wyatt, Jane'
MRS. MARTIN Carl Ramey,
Jack Ramey, Jean Sheehan, Mil
dred Siler, James Sisk, Edith Pal
mer, Ollie Price, Hilda Smith,
Edna Ratcliffe, Susie Sheehan,
MISS BOYD Wade Guy, Eliza
beth Davis, Barbara Francis, Dor
othy Fuller, Nellie Sue Garland,
Ida Lou Gibson.
MRS. KELLETT Boyd Med
ford, Cecil Medford, Truitt Med
ford, Charles Moody, James Nich
ols, Hardy Noland, Frances Mes
ser, Margaret Nelson.
MRS. JONES Bruce Buggs,
Roy Codgill, Hugh Compton, Eliza
beth Adams, Joanne Boone, Mar
garet Bundle, Doris Buggs, Mil
dred Campbell, Callie Clarke, Bet
ty Joe Crocker, Mary Sue Crocker.
MRS. CAMPBELL Jean Crous
er, Anna Jean Davis, Frances
MR. JAMES Joyce, Moody,
Mark Carver, of Waynesville,
route 1, medical case, is resting
The condition of T. S. Lenoir,
(colored), of Waynesville, medi
cal case, is improving.
Mrs. Willard Clark, of Canton,
operative case, is resting more
Mrs. Clifford Fisher, of Canton,
operative case, is better.
Mrs. George Gibson, of Canton,
operative case, is resting fairly
Mrs. Houston Caldwell, of Hazel
wood, operative case, is resting
Mrs. Clarence Capps, of Waynes
ville, route 1, operative case, is
Dean Rogers, of Waynesville,
route 2, operative case, is improv
Richard Alder, of Grantwood,
N. J., operative case, is better.
Time Out for a Swim
S. 1 . a I
This small river, flowing near Hospit No 2 on Bataan Peninsula,
provided bathing and laundry faciliti t he entire hospital staff.
U. S. Army nurses are shown bathing i .e a . ternoon. Hospital No. 2,
hacked out of the jungle, was completely open air, with accommodations
for more than 2,000. (Central Press)
Ed McDaniel. of Waynesville,
route 2, medical case, is only fair.
Miss Elizabeth Justice, of Can
ton, medical case, is resting more
Steve Price, of Canton, opera
tive case, is better.
Miss Dorothea Chaney, of Way
nesville, route 2, operative case, is
Mrs, Chas. Reed, of Enka, med
ical case, is resting more comfortably.
Mrs. Robert Dills, of Cove Creek,
Carl McCracken, Jacqueline Mc
Cracken, Price Norman, Frank Mc
Clure, Polly Allison, Elizabeth
Ammons, Eula Dee Buchanan
Alwarie Buchanan, Ned Burress.
MISS KILLIAN Wayne Shee
han, Sammy Smathers, Raymond
Smith, Roxie Smith, Mary Jane
Swayngim, Joyce Underwood, Mae
Wood, Betty Lee Walker.
MRS. FERGUSON James Hoi
lingsworth, Billy Jaynes, Darwin
Jordan, Betty Howell, Reba Kins
land, Lucy Leopard, Betty Ann
Matney, Jackie Sue Messer.
operative case, is some better.
Rhinehart, of Waynesville, route
1, operative case, is good.
James Snyder, of Clyde, opera
tive case, is resting more comfor-tobly.
Among those discharged from
the Haywood County Hospital dur
ing the past week were as follows:
Baby Latane James, Mrs. Fred
Tallant and baby, Miss Bonnie May
Early, Gaston Ferguson, Miss Ruth
Trull, Mrs. Dexter Warlick, Mrs.
Clark Hill, Mrs. J. B. Lee, Miss
Wilema Jenkins, Mrs. Martha June
Metcalf, Mrs. Glenn Cathey.
Mrs. G. F. Fish, Miss Patsy Sue
Hemphill, Roy Clark, Miss Carrie
Williamson, Tommy Rudisal, Hyatt
Moody, Mrs. M. M. Ben field and
baby, Mrs. McKinley Robinson
and baby, Master Carold Medford,
Elige Messer, Mrs. John Jervis and
baby, Carl Cagle, Jim Moody, Mrs.
Stanbury Franklin and baby, Miss
Matral Jones, Mrs. Claude Dillard,
Mrs. Frank Finger and baby, Mrs.
S. J. Reece, Mrs. Pack Elliott,
Mrs. Robert Parham and baby, Mrs.
Clyde H. Ray, Jr., Master Frank
Jenkins, and Baby Ruth Finger.
And So Does The Penalty
Increase Each Month
Payment of your County Tax on or before May
1st, 1942, will save you an extra penalty.
Be sure you pay now and save this additional
charge. The penalty increases each month, so
the earlier you pay the more you save.
J. E. FERGUSON
Tax Collector of Haywood County
Mr. and Mrs'. Stanbury Frank
lin, of Clyde, route 1, announce
the birth of a daughter on April
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Parham, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
son on April 22nd.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Burnett, of
Canton, route 2, announce the birth
of a son on April 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lee, of Way
nesville, route 1, announce the
birth of a son on April 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Downs, of
Waynesville, route 2, announce the
birth of a daughter on April 24th.
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Brown, of
Honor Roll For
"A" Honor Roll
SEVENTH GRADE Re be
Kinsland, Jackie Sue Messer, Dor
othy Miller, Jean Grouser, Elsie
Jane Green, Margaret James, Bet
ty Tuttle, Bonnie Woody.
EIGHTH GRADE Jane Wyche,
Joanne Boone, J. D. Kelley, Bob
by Leatherwood, Lillian Hannah.
NINTH GRADE Hazel Leath
TENTH GRADE Walter
James, Kurt Weil, Mary Ellen
ELEVENTH GRADE Clar
ence Arrington, Patsy Gwyn.
Second Honor Holl .' : .
SEVENTH GRADE Theresa
Liner, Harriet Atkinson, Rebecca
Brackett, Jean Ann Bradley, Eula
Dee Buchanan, Anna Jean Davis,
Frances Elyer, Virginia Francis,
Joe Kelley, Winifred Liner, Nancy
Jones, Betty McClure, Jean Hyatt,
Jackie ine Morgan, Roxie Smith,
Mary Jane Swayngim, Mary Ruth
EIGHTH GRADE Houston
Swanger, Anita Mae Thompson,
Ruth McElroy, Audrey Wyatt, Ida
Jean Evans, Dorothy Fuller, Billy
Millar, Mary Sue Crocker, Jane
Lovedahl, Peggy Sue Burgin, Hazel
Leatherwood, Roy Cogdill, Dale
Leatherwood, Clara Howell.
TENTH GRADE Helen Han
nah, Ruth Wagenfeld.
ELEVENTH GRADE Betty
Phelps, Hazel Frances Wright,
Bob Lee, Ins Jaynes, Sam Arring
ton, Zeb Curtis.
Address Made By
Friends, Teachers and Classmates:
As the members of the class of
1942 bid their last words of fare
well to a school in which' they have
spent four years, we see the world
covered with the darkness of war
and the cruelty which goes hand
in hand with it. And, as we look
into the future, we see the respon
sibilities that have fallen upon the
shoulders of the many thousands
of young men and women coming
out of the high schools ana col
leges throughout America. May
each of us realize his or her re
sponsibilities and perform these
jobs to the best of our ability.
We have spent four years in
this school. Each year has had
its joys, its heartaches, failures,
and hardships. In spite of this,
we have finished four years which
mark the beginning of a new Me
for us, and in the distance there
is a faint ray of hope to which we
cling as to a life line. We have
many things for which to be
thankful: a democratic country,
although at war, in which we have
freedom to obtain an education,
freedom to worship as we please,
freedom to spend our money as
we see fit, and to do as we please
so long as we do not injure our
fellow man. Think of all these
things and there is in our hearts,
To you, teachers, who have help
ed us through thick and thin, and
to whom we owe a great portion
of our success in reaching this
point, we thank you heartily for
your advice, your patience, and
greatest of all, your encourage
ment. - And parents, you are the ones
to whom we owe the other part
of all we hope to be in the future.
You have shared our joys and sor
rows, helped us with our many
problems, and no sacrifice has been
too great, on your part, in order
that we might have what we need
ed and wanted. In return, you
have great hopes for our future.
May your expectations have their
Classmates we have spent these
four years together. Sometimes,
as we look upon them they have
seemed rather long. But now,
that we have reached the parting
of the ways, it seems that it was
but yesterday that we began. How
ever, long or short, out of them
has grown a friendship which, as
the old saying goes, "can't be torn
down in a day." In the years to
come, may we always use the
knowledge we have obtained in
Waynesville High School to better
this world and make our lives hap
pier. May we meet each other
many times on the highway of
life and each time extend a hearty
handshake, the feeling of which
shall remain throughout the years
Waynesville, announce the birth of
a son on April 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake McClure, of
Clyde, announce the birth of a son
on April 26th.
Geo. and Evelyn Walker, (col
ored), of Canton, announce the
birth of a son on April 20th.
Fred Hvatt tn ui...TT
Canton. " ' HlWl
Isadore F. Roumes r .i :
IBS., to Filer, D..': . OtJ
Miss., to Ellen Pauline n-06
Eastman, Ga.. to Hp-i;" 7- i
New Hampshire was
not invaded by British t'H
ing the Revolution ""q
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR corJ
T. L. Green, Administrator (rf
estateof Sam Carver, Dec4
Mattie Carver, Charlie rw
MinniA Carvpr T .oaf v 7
"J vuuiuy. worth r.wnl
made in the Special PrZz
entiUed as above, the samTw
No. 228, npon the Special
Imports of rotenone, important
garden insecticide, have been shut
off from Malaya and the Nether
lands lEIast Indes, thus causing
the War Production Board to cur
tail the use of this substance.
Court will, on the 9th day did
1942, at 11 o'clock. A. M Jj
Courthouse door in WaraamJ
iwoiuinm, uner tor sale
the highest bidder for castor
said date and hour, offer f.
at private sale, which .1
oc mure auvaniageous to said
tate, that certain one-fifth Bay
ea uiieiesi in me ioiiowingderJ
ed lands, lying and beinir i
near Dellwood, in said County i
joining the lands of Biw
Brothers and others, and monia
ucuiariy uescriDea as folloi
FIRST TRACT: Being
same lands conveyed to T
Carver by E. W. Justice, deed daJ
December 7, 1904, and recorded!
Deed Book No. 20, at page
record of deeds for Haywood CcJ
ty, to which record reference
here made for a more perfect i
scription of said lands.
SECOND TRACT: Beini J
same lands conveyed to T. D, CJ
ver by B. F. Smathers by U
dated March, 1909, and reeordl
in Deed Book No. 28, page 15,
which record reference it la
made for a more perfect dewf
tion of said lands.
THIRD TRACT: Being
same lands conveyed to T. D. CJ
er by B. F. Smathers by del
dated April 6, 1903, and recordJ
in Deed Book No. 17, page 131
which record reference ii ha
made for a more perfect derf
tion of said lands.
FOURTH TRACT: Being I
same lands conveyed to T. D, 0
ver by H. R. Ferguson by e
dated July 16, 1907, and recoti
in Deed Book No. 23, page I
record of deeds for Haywt
County; to which record refercl
is here made for a more pen
descrintion of said lands.
A one-fifth undivided intenj
in the above described lands
be sold on the above date u
rected by the Court. For M
details concerning this sale set
This 7th day of April, 1941
' No. 1172 April 9-16-23-31).
Real Service, see
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