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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER '
THURSDAY, JULY ,
rinVPrniriPn i Will flpn United Nations Commander Confers With Staff
Major Part of Output
Of Hazelwood Plan t
! Large Percent of Every
Pound of Beans and Toma
toes Will Go To Armed
Produce canned by the Haywood
Mutual Cannery at Hazelwood this
summer will play an important part
in the all-out war effort, as the
government has already requisi
tioned a large part of each bushel
of produce to be delivered to the
There is a possibility that the
amount to be turned over to the
government for feeding men in
service will be increased later, ac
cording to J. E. Barr, general man
ager of the Land of the Sky As
sociation, which is the sales organ
ization for the Haywood and three
other canneries in this area.
The quality of the products
canned by the Land of the Sky
group has often been commented
upon most favorably in trade cir
cles, and the government is known
to look with favor upon taking
more of this pack and less of
some inferior grades from some
other sections of the country.
The Haywood Cannery and the
Land of the Sky Association are
today in a page advertisement pay
ing tribute and telling the story
Home Agent Sets
Meeting Dates For
County Home Clubs
The schedule for the home dem
onstration clubs for the month
of July has been announced as
follows by Miss Mary Margaret
Smith, county home agent:
Aliens Creek club met yesterday
afternoon at the school house at
o'clock; the Dell wood and Maple
Grove clubs will meet with Mrs
L. C. Stevens at 2 o'clock this aft
1 he Jonathan Creek Club meets
with Mrs. Dick Moody at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon, 3rd; Beaverdam
club with Mrs. Sam Robinson at
2 o'clock on Tuesday, 7th; Francis
Cove club with Miss Marion Boggs
The tines Creek club will meet
at 2 o'clock on Wednesday, 8th.
with Miss Cecil Brown at 2 o'clock
Thursday, the 9th; Iron Duff club
with Mrs. Roy B. Medford at 2
on Friday, 10th; Morniner Star
NOTICE OF SERVING SUM
MONS BY PUBLICATION
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
E. L. BAIN, if he be alive, or
if he be dead, his heirs at law,
and his wife, if any, by what
ever name she may be known.
The defendants, E. L. Bairi, if
he be alive, or, if he be dead his
heirs at law, and his wife, if any,
by whatever name she may be
known will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro
lina, to foreclose liens for taxes
due Haywood County; and said
defendants will further take notice
that they are required to appear at
the Office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of said county at the
Courthouse in Waynesville, North
Carolina, within thirty (30) days
after the 1st day of August, 1942,
and answer or demur to the Com
plaint of said action or the plain
tin will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said Complaint.
This the 1st day of July, 1942.
C. II. LEATHER WOOD,
Clerk Superior Court, Haywood
No. 1203 Jul v 2-9-1 fi-M :
78 12 Main Street
CANTON, N. C.
Board & Room ( (
per week ........ Jmf 3
by listing the names of the 152
farmers in Haywood who have
signed contracts to provide beans
and tomatoes for the cannery this
The 152 growers have contracted
to grow 245 acres of beans and
14 Ms acres of tomatoes. The can
ning of beans is expected to start
at an early date according to Mr.
The growers have pledged them
selves to deliver the entire crop
from the contracted acreage to
Commenting upon this phase of
the contract Mr. Barr said: "This
places our growers directly in the
war work; The men at the front
need the very items which the
cannery here will can, and inas
much as a part of every .bushel' or
fcou'nd delivered to the cannery are
playing a vital part in this united
drive for victory. The farmers are
working hard to make an extra
good, crop as it will mean better
food and more nourishment for the
men who are fighting to protect
those of us back home."
The advertisement also calls at
tention to the fact that where there
is a need for getting extra help
to harvest the crops growers
should contact the U. S. Employ
ment Service office here, as a re
cent registration was made of
available farm workers.
Mr. Barr is optimistic over the
prospects for a good crop, and
tnat jneans a lot, because every
ounce 01 lood canned for the armed
forces is of utmost importance at
The cannery at Hazelwood will
buy some blackberries at the ad
vanced price over recent years,
i ne price wui tie a Vi cents per
pound or around 21 cents per gal-
ion, These will be limited to some
extent due to the tin shortage.
Anyone wishing to deliver black
berries should get in touch with
the manager at the cannery. Black
berries look like a good crop and
pickers should make good money
gathering: the berries.
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Much ot TWl "India at War"
Gen. Sir Archibald Wavell, commander In chief of United Nations forces in India, Is shown as he discussed
plans for the defense of India with members of his staff in a commander conference, at New Delhi, WSTell
is preparing India's forces to meet the danger of an air attack. Large convoys of troops, tanks and planes
have arrived to bolster the defense of India. United Nations war vessels are using bases in India for
repairs and maintenance sines the fall of Singapore and Dutch naval bases there.
mrs. arbie Mcelroy
Funeral services Were conduct
ed on Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the Liberty Baptist
hurch on Jonathan Creek, for Mrs.
Arbie McElroy, 54, wife of J.
Harley McElroy, who died on
Sunday at her home on Jonathan
eek. Burial was in the Yarbor-
The following ministers officiat
ed: Rev. Eugene Moore, Rev. Doyle
Miller, Rev. Dock Russell, and Rev.
Mrs. McElroy is survived by
er husband, one? nnughter, Mrs.
Hobert Hoglen, of Cove Creek; her
mother, Mrs. Abigail Miller, of
Oakdale, Tenn.; :,ix sisters and
King and Archbishop
At The Armory
EVERY FRIDAY AT 9
y Boney Franklin's
MRS. FLETCHER KING
Funeral services were held at 2
o'clock Sunday afternoon at the
brick Methodist church on Sandy
Mush, Buncombe county, for Mrs.
Fletcher King, 48, Haywood county
resident, who died at the Haywood
County Hospital at 3:50 Saturday
The Rev. Foster McElrath of
ficiated, and burial was in the
Mrs. King was before her mar
riage Miss Elura Keener. She is
survived by her husband, who re
sides near Canton; three sons,
Moody, Garnie and Robert King.
all of Canton; two grandchildren;
one brother, Jim Keener, of route
1, Canton; seven sisters, Mrs.
Steve Pinkerton, of route 2, Can
ton; Mrs. Nellie Surrett, of Swan-
nanoa, Mrs. Grace Capps, of Can
ton, Mrs. Meda Bryant, of route
1, Canton, Mrs, Annie Bryant, of
Leicester, Mrs. Herman MeClure,
Clyde and Mrs. Sallie Suttles, of
route 2, Leicester.
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King George II of Greece sips a
glass of wine while listening to
Archbishop Athenagoras who is the
Greek bishop of North, South and
do any better in following a
"strange animal" in the water, or
even on land, than a man could.
They would just run around and
around, and wouldn't even bark ex
cept when their masters would rear
and beat the bushes, and tell them
to 'sick him. There were no
tracks, and they didn't know what
to "sick." Uncle Joe would go to
the spring and back to the tracks
Hee-Haw had made in the sand,
and then he would follow them
down to where the stream crossed
th- road, and the hard, rocky bot
tom began. And there he would
stop, for there the tracks had
stopped, and he pulled off his hat
and scratched his bald spot, and
said, "Well, if that don't beat all!"
And Mr. Man kept on showing
them just how it . all happened.
He even took them back up the
road, and showed them the very
spot on which the big owl dropped
his hat and the other spot where
the lima fvli when the man shot it
off right over his head. And Mr.
Man agreed with his wife by say
ing that the strange mah really
Central America. This olcture was
taken at a dinner given In honor of was as high as a house, and had
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Advisability of laying their farm
plans for a long war was urged
today upon small farmers who are
Farm Security Administration bor
rowers by J. Yates Bailey, FSA
county supervisor in Haywood
county. . .
"Home gardens," Mr. Bailey said.
"will achieve their purpose better
if they are laid out with at least
a five-year war in mind. We still
have a long row to hoe, and com
placency is out for the duration."
He cautioned against a tendency
to plant in home gardens only veg
etables which can be harvest
ed this year. Perennial crops,
like asparagus and rheubarb
and small fruits such as straw
berries, raspberries, blackberries,
quince, grapes and cherries, should
be included wherever possible, he
added, even though they will not
yield a crop for two years or more.
Bailey pointed out that the gov
ernment is asking every farm fam
ily to grow as much as possible
of the food needed for home use.
He said that fruits and berries are
especially adaptable lor canning
in these days of sugar shortage.
An important feature of Farm
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the King at a New jfork hotel.
By D. SAM COX
club with Mrs. Jim Allen at 2
o'clock on Monday, 13th.
The Bethel club with Mrs. W.
P. Whitesides at 2 o'clock on Wed
nesday afternoon, 15th; Maggie
cl ub with Mrs. Jim Plott, at 2
o'clock Thursday, 16th; Crabtree
club at the school house at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon, 17th.
Ratcliff Cove club with Mrs.
James Hendrix at 2 o'clock on Mon
day, July 27th; Clyde club with
Mrs. Levi Morgan and Mrs. R. L.
Hermessee at 2 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, 18th ; Cecil club with
Mrs. Ruth Farmer, at 2 o'clock on
Wednesday, 29th: West Canton
club with Mrs. James Hyde at 2
o'clock Thursday afternoon, the
30th; Junaluska club will meet on
Friday, the 31st, with place and
hour to be announced later.
THEY MAKE HOUND DOG
Do you think you could tell
which way a wagon went, or if it
wsnt EITHER way, if it rolled into
a stream about as wide as a house,
and that stream had a hard, rocky
bottom that wheels couldn t leave
any track on? And if you had
been away out in the woods, and
running the other way, when that
wagon went up the stream or down
the stream, or just went away,
it wouldn't be easy for you to come
back after several hours, and find
out which way your wagon went.
Neither could Mr. Man nor Uncle
Joe nor Tom tell which way Hee
Haw and his wagon went, even if
they could guess that that awful
man with the gun had driven it
There wasn't a single bit of sign
of the wagon turning around, or
of its going anywhere. Certainly
there had been plenty of time for it
to go a long way in any direction,
for even if Mr, Man did run nearly
all the way back home for his gun,
and then did hurry all he could to
get Tom and Uncle Joe, it was late
in the day when they got to Cool
Spring. Uncle Joe and Tom were
not a bit anxious to come back with
Mr. Man. for they couldn't see any
fun in hunting for a man who had
a gun, and who had taken a donkey
and wagon away from somebody,
tbu, after a lot of talk, they all
got their guns and dogs, and came
to Cool Spring.
I hey tried to get the dogs to
follow the tracks, but a dog couldn't
i arms I hat would reach away tip in
mc ii co tupa. jx course JOCKO
has long arms, but not THAT
long. Anything looks a lot big
ger when you are afraid of it.
"No, sir, I'm not ashamed of run
ning from a man like that, even
if he didn't have a gun," Mr. Man
said. "He is a giant, that man is."
It would have tickled Billie Pos
sum to see the way Hound Dog,
who had come with Tom, would
keep running down to the stream
to drink water. It was the best
excuse Hound Dog knew for get
ting away from the crowd so he
could laugh. Nobody had told him
about what Blackie had smoked
out of his pipe, for he hadn't seen
any of the Creek Folks for days;
but there isn't a bit of doubt that
if he had really wanted to find Hee
Haw, he would have been saying
howdy to him, away up near the
Big Tree, before bedtime. And he
would tell you today that he had
a hard time holding himself down
there on a cold job that he knew
wasn t helping anybody.
Mr. Man and his neighbors fooled
around Cool Spring till nearly
night, stopping everybody that
passed along the road, and asking
if they had seen Hee-Haw, tut of
along towards sundown. Uncle Joe
said he just had to go home, or
Aunt Judy would think somebody
had stolen him. And home
seemed the best place for Mr. Man,
too, and so they all headed that
that way, with Hound Dog taking
the lead. And whether he was
laughing or howling, he did make
a lot of noise.
(To be Continued)
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highest bidder for cash, that
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thence S. 20 W. 53 feet with i
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