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JUNE 4, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
m IMS A BUS" t
,1 ,o divorce
',Vtr,. and stop me!
"JUS he reasonable," Baid
e . r -How much will you
H'd recent!" cried Ging
1 i (Urn , ear.
h Miami some
She MUP . ,r nd her dead-
CS. Taylor, Tell
Urtin- , ,.i(inaDed her
.omen wnu - - . .
V her. "I
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Ifuout of this house until
Z not to d.vorce my
itared from the old man to
star. Wk to him.
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a tna . : ; the ciub
l-nt. ss P Rnrkabv
Kan on time. --.
,,i,i,t bear it.. As
he had stolen
and stranueu " ""i"'""'
STEES SALE vr kvau
Bv Substituted Trustee),
rsoant to the P " ";
contained in a teiuuu ".
risf dated the ZUtn oay oi
k 1934. executed oy u. y-
rath, et ux., r.""ie iu"-.,
in S O Neai, inisi";, mm-u
of trust is duly registered in
fice of the itegisur
bavood County, North Laro-
n Book of Deeds oi irusi mu.
16 securing a certain note
to HOME OWNERS'
Lbeen made for a period of
than ninety (W) uays "
ient of said note as provided
and in the performance oi
U covenants set out in said
of trust and demand oi lore-
re having been made by the
of said indebtedness, the un-
pied Trustee, having been
ituted as Trustee, lor Aian
jNeal, said substitution being
recorded m the orhce pi the
hsto of Deeds oi naywooa
North Carolina, in Book
114. page 463, will offer lor
it public auction to the high-
bidder for cash at the Court
door in Haywood County,
nesville, North Carolina, at 12
kk noon on the 11th day of
1942, the following describ-
tal estate, to wit: Lying and
in Beaverdam Township,
; of Haywood, State of
Carolina, and more particu-
described as follows: Being
led on the South by Church
tmy; on the East by J. M.
pone and Vinson Harkins; on
North by Pearl Warren and on
est by Williams Street BE-
N'INTi on a stake in the east
:n of .Williams Street, South-
conu r of J 'earl Warren's lot
rans thence with her line East
eet to -a .stake, Pearl Warren's
uif'nn H;irk'ns' comer: thence
with Vinson Harkins" line
line of J. M. Ruthbone, 150
to a stake, corner of Church
rty;- thence with the Church
erty West 150 feet to a stake
East margin of Williams
thence North with the East
n cf said street. 150 feet to
BEGIN'N'IXG. And being the
lamb as descriheH in two
deeds to D. G. MeElrath
J- Bat Smathers and J. H.
Patrick, recorded in Book 75
age 531, and from J, R. Morgan,
'0, page 537. resneptivplv
Office .of tho Ppffiatff J
for Haywood Countv. North
And heine shown on nlat
a? thereof made bv Watt
Siinevor. on tho vStA Aav
binary,. 1934, the same now
n hie with the Home Own
Loan Comoration SalieKnnr'
a Carolina. ' ,. : .
Purchaser at this o1 urill
Naired to make a cash deposit
' oi tne purchase price
'"the lltri day of May, 1942.
p- PAUL JAMISON,
. Substituted Trustee,
l- t-- Stamey., Attorney. .
"I'll promise but on one condi
tion." "What's that ? "Tony's father
wanted to know.
"I've got to be in Miami by
twelve o'clock noon, sharp. Help me
"Very well," said the old man.
"Martin get a police motor-cycle
escort for my daughter-in-law.
And see that Mrs?. Taylor gets to
Miami on time."
Five minutes later the double
decker green bus still wistfully
heading for "Washington Square"
rolled out of the porte-cochere, and
rumbled down the ocean drive. .... .
With police sirens screaming
ahead of them, and excitment in
her veins, Ginger watched the
miles slip by until at last they
entered the environs of Miami. It
was a wild, a heady journey.
The bus swept in and out of
traffic on the heels of the motor
cycles, and rolled up, at last, to
the marquee of the Club Caribbean.
It was ten minutes to twelve, and
she arrived at her goal just un
der the wire. Tired and excited
but happy, Ginger hopped out onto
A grinning, familiar face ap
peared as an importunate hand
clutched her arm; held her as she
sought to pass.
"Ronny! What are you doing
here?" she struggled. "Let me
"I flew down overnight," said
the crooner. "You're not going
in there, Ginger I won't let you.
You've got to let me get your mar
riage annulled and marry me!"
"That's what you think," put in
another voice. A familiar voice.
"I promised you this, Crooner and
I never forget a promise!"
; There was the spat of fist on jaw,
and Ronny Rockaby suddenly spun
around and sat down with a thump
on the sidewalk.
"Tony!" cried Ginger. "How
did you get here?"
"Chartered a plane," grinned
Tony. "And look who I brought
along!" He stood aside, and Ginger
"Mr, Smock and Miss Love!"
The lipn-tamer and the actress
smiled broadly at her, Mr. Smock
"When they found out their mis
take and let us out of jail, we came
"In a police car," said Desde
mona. "We stole it."
"And we found Mr. Taylor in
Georgia, and he identified himself
at the air-field and chartered a
plane," finished Daniel Smock. "Is
Casanova all right?"
"And they, never did catch the
Evergreens," added Miss Love. Her
face gew anxious. "Where is my
"They're both in the bus," said
Ginger, still a bit dazed. Suddenly
a whistle blew, and she knew it was
noon. She gave a start and tried
to push past them all. "It's twelve
o'clock I've got to go "
Of a sudden Tony grasped her.
took her up in his arms, and turned
to the bus. She kicked, wildly.
"Where are you taking me?"
"Where you belong," said Tony.
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
HAYWOOD COUNTY. I
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
BEFORE THE CLERK.
T. N. LEATHERWOOD,
BEULAH RUSSELL, et al.
The defendants, Bessie Leather
wood and husband, Fay Leather
wood j Brown Messer and wife,
Refa Messer; Burr Messer Angel
and Wilson Messer, will take notice
that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Supe
rior Court of Haywood County, N,
C., to sell real estate for division;
and the said defendants will furth
er take notice that they are requir
ed to appear in the office of the
Superior Court of said County in
the Courthouse in Waynesville, N.
C, within ten days after the 25th
day of June, 1942, and answer or
demur to the petition in this action,
or the petitioner will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in
This May 25th, 1942.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court.
No. 1189 May 28-June 4-11-18
"With your husband. I agreed to
deliver you here but J didn't agree
to let you say."
Her eyes were stormy.
"Put me down and let me go!"
"I've decided I don't want a di
vorce, because I love you," said
Anthony Taylor's son to the girl
in his arms. "We're going to
Palm Beach. I'm going to intro
duce you to Dad, and ask him for
She still struggled, if with less
enthusiasm, but Tony carried her
bodily into the bus. Desdemona
and the lion-tamer followed them
in. Suddenly the actress screamed.
Ginger, still in Tony's arms,
turned her head, and saw what
Miss Love and Mr. Smock saw. ... ,
The goldfish bowl, broken into a
hundred dripping fragments, lay on
the floor of the bus. Amid the
ruins, contentedly licking his chops,
crouched Casanova, the eat. Ger
trude was nowhere in sight . A, .
true to her premonition, retribution
for her cannibalistic sins had
overtaken the Mexican sword-tail
at last. :
"Wh Why Casanova!" Daniel
Smock was stunned. "How could
"Too late!" moaned Miss Love.
"You're murderers both of you!"
she accused both cat and master.
Suddenly the lion-tamer let out a
startled yelp, and fell upon his
knees, his hand reaching into the
shattered remains of the late Ger
"The Bonkheer diamond!" He
held aloft the glistening wet stone
for all to see. "They hid it in the
bowl!" He turned on Desdomna.
"The reward dear lady you can
Miss Love laid aside her right
"Why, Daniel darling!"
Mr. Brigg's legs followed by his
body, came down the stairs from
the deck above; excitement was in
his manner, and excitement in his
voice. He was pointing through
Here Are the WAAC Uniforms
i i I '. s
In Gas Attacks
(Continued from page 2)
suicidal raids by 'em.
It isn't altogether a matter of
material damage that it's surmised
they'll figure on. A psychology
war's being waged also.
Herr Hitler's reckoned on as at
the weak end of it.
Italy's blown up. France has
frazzled. Overrun Europe is in in
cipient rebellion. It isn't believed
that Japan can last long.
Now it would be almost nice, mil
itarily speaking, to have Germany
take an air war aggressive, and
then hav the whole Fatherland
poisoned aerially, as a campaign of
Adolf's own initiation!
He could make it mighty dis
agreeable for Russians, along his
own frontiers, but the country's
too big for him to make any gen-
Thete are tha uniform! that are to be worn by members of the newlr
formed U. S. Women'. Army Auxiliary Corps. Left to right. Gloria
Pickett, wearing an officer's winter uniform; Betty Jane Greer, in an
officer's summer uniform; Inga Rundvold, In a private's winter uniform.
the nearest window at Biscayne
Bay across the street. At a white
yacht in Biscayne Bay. At the
very largest white yacht, in fact,
in all Biscayne Bay.
"The Little Casino," he croaked.
"I've found her at last!"
They were all on the after-deck
of the palatial yacht which had in
deed turned out to be Mr. Briggs's
boat, as it steamed up the East
Coast Canal for Lake Worth and
Palm Beach. Mr, Briggs, very wan
with an ice-bag on his head was
groaning as an obsequious steward
approached with a portable bar. Mr.
Brigga owned the ancestor of all
"Have a libation," nit id Mr.
Briggs, feebly, to his guests, and
groaned again, as he turned his face
away from a proffered drink. He
was a very discouraged man.
The lion-tamer was tenderly
stroking Desdemona's hand. She
was dressed appropriately in
mourning; her Gertrude, she now
felt, had died a martyr, bo that her
mistress might garner the reward
for the Bonkheer diamond.
"And after we're married," Mr.
Smock was saying, "we're going to
buy a snake-and alligator farm,
and settle down. Aren't we, my
Dedemona smiled at her jungle
"We owe this all to the Ever
greens, really," said she. "I do hope
they turn over a new leaf, from now
on. And be happy, like us, Daniel
Ginger and Tony, leaning com
panionably against the rail, cheek
to cheek, watching the r lornia pal
mettoes slip by, saw a steward ap
proach, and pin up a radio news
flash on the bulletin board. He
stepped aside, and they read it:
'SPIRIT OF ST, LOUIS'
STOLEN IN BROAD DAYLIGHT
Ginger and Tony looked at each
other, and burst out laughing .
everbody even the Evergreens
Pet Dairy Official Is
Named To Civic Office
Major Lester Allen Ballew, via
president and general manager of
the Pet Dairy Products Company
and a frequent visitor to Waynes
ville on business trips, has been
elected president of the Johnson
City Chamber of Commerce for
the coming year by a unanimous
vote of the directors.
This new civic responsibilty is
only one of many which have come
to Major Balew since he moved to
Johnson City ten years ' ago to
take over the then small Pet Dairy
Products Company, which now has
operations in dozens of cities in
Virginia, West Virginian, Ten
nessee, KentucKy, Nortn ana soutn
Carolina and Mississippi.
Major Ballew, among other na
tional and regional honors, is now
member of the transportation
committee of the Office of Emer
gency Management, a member of
the State Dairy Advisory com
mittee of North Carolina, a mem
ber of the board of Governors of
the Tennessee Manufacturers' As
sociation, a member of the Inter-
American committee of the Inter
national Association of Ice Cream
Manufacturers, honorary lecturer
at the University of Tennessee and
is noted as a distribution authority.
eral impression on. England is too
far away for him to be very
effective in. We're still farther.
China's too big.
Japan's incipiently too revolu
tionary. It's almost encouraging to have
Adolf talking about air warfare, as
a last Nazi resort. It's about the
only thing that's left to him. Psychology!
When there is an invention it is
usually because it is needed, but
there were too many talking ma
chines before Edison invented his.
One of the churches destroyed
in Manila Js the famous Sebastian
church, wtiich was moved piece
meal from Belgium to the Philip
Auditor's Report Proves That
Pet's 1941 Expenditures In The
Facts like these prove that the
purchase of Pet Products is the
purchase of a Haywood item and
the money stays at home. Buy Pet
As Shown Hy A Certified Public Accountant
THIS HUGE SUM, THE FIRM PAID
Other Expenditures In The
Wages, Maintenance - - " ' " "
Taxes - - - - --.-'v-. m'l-ml
Gas and Oil - - - - - - - - " "
Supplies, Utilities, Express, Freight -
Total Spent In County, 1911 - - - - $166,123.16
- - $ 37 .164.85
. - 2,810.78
Pet's 5-Year Record Of
Haywood Milk Bought
1 !.'! ..
1941 - - -106,992.90
Total - - - - 5354,437.87
The First 4 Months of 1912 Were Ahead of
the Same Period In 1911
Pasteurized Milk Is SAFE
Remember - It's Produced By The
Haywood Grade "A" Milk Producers Association
Pet buys the bulk of their milk from Haywood
Grade "A" Milk Producers Association, a progres
sive group of dairymen who are constantly improv
ing herds and dairy facilities. The Pet plant mere
ly processes the milk of these Haywood dairymen,
and retails it. After all, their profit depends on it
being sold. They produce the milkj and by scientific
method of PASTEURIZATION we make it SAFE
for all the family.
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