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AT, JULY 1
TfH WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
U ood Boy Wins
4y Contest In
J Written By Carmel
Sorth Judged Best
G Counties By Cotton
i H.Jlinesworth, of Way
el. H uLn declared a dis-
r, f. a annual co-oper-
contest, sponsored by
.T Cotton Co-operative As
,, nirsWorth has received a dis
J np., m and will now com-
winners of the four.
e-year iu. -100
Wins In Contest
subject "The Val-
frm r Co-operative in the
lf r .....i.i rrisis." Hollings-
l",fit . . :.-t. formpni tndav are
a better snape lu "
UI Irian hV
nf a nation at w"
the last World War,
Llvdue to. the increase ux .,..-
iHine larmeis m
' y keeping the cost of feeds,
w . .. .,nA nih&r Bun.
from goinff too high; thereby,
lib,, u j:r
ler farmers, 10 l"1""
Uineswortn s esy
under the supervision oi J. I.
of Waynesville high school.
bners up in me uiswk...
were John Iroy jvieaaows,
hall, William F- Osborne, of
and Martha lirace urinaiey,
koodleaf. Each of these re.
d cash award. .
ftis is the niteentn year m wc
al co-operative essay contest
during this time, more than
LA nira MCW scnooi ooys nnu
L have written essays on sub-
f pertaining to more promaDie
he following counties were rep
uted in this district: Alexander,
ie, Polk, Alleghany, Gaston,
an, Rutherford, Graham, Ashe,
rakee, Mitchell, Yancey, Meck-
itg, Yadkin, Caldwell, Clay,
son, Wilkes, Watauga, Macon,
1 -5 v x . 1
In iMlmnniiiu i in irmnmwiiiiiii im J
On The Tar Heel Front
By Robert A. Brwin and Frances McKusick
a student of the Waynesville voca
tional agriculture class, won first
place in the district essay contest,
sponsored by the Cotton Coopera
tive of Raleigh.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
tTA McDANIEL BRAM-
JTT Widow of T. R, Bram-
Dec'd, et al.
YS. . '
II. BRAMLETT, MAUD
AMLETT ALLEN AND ,
SBAND, GEORGE At""
K, et al.
fie defendants, Maud Bramlett
n and husband, George Allen,
take notice that an action en-
td as above has been com
ced in the superior court of
ywood County, North Carolina,
have allotted and set apart a
ker interest of the above named
cow on the lands owned by T.
Bramlett. deceased; and the said
lendant will further take no-
that they are required to ap-
f r at the office of the Clerk of
Superior Court of said County
the courthouse in Waynesville,
rth Carolina, on the 27th day
July, 1942, and with n 10 days
bafter, answer or demur to the
piplaint filed in said action.
the plaintiffs will aiwlv to the
M for the relief demanded in
"Us the 26th day of June, 1942.
V. H. LEATHKRWnnn
perk Superior Court, Haywood
r-tty, n. c
p. 1201 July 2-9-16-23.
IHE FIRE-SIREN'S SONO
K hava you
Davis & Co.
N Estate-Rentals lnsurance
SatfctuTi With Safety"
Studying Ways Of
Carmel Hollingsworth, of Way
nesville, is this summer complet
ing a course of study which gives
him a chance to learn more about
ways of marketing North Carolina
farm produce profitably and at the
same time to win a cash scholar
ship, the National Junior Vegeta
ble Growers Association reports
He is competing with 12 other
North Carolina youths for a $500
grand national prize as well as for
a $250 regional award and 10 indi
vidual prizes of $100 each allotted
to the Southern area from a $5,000
The Office of Petroleum Coordi
nator is trying to work out a plan
to equalize the supply of gasoline
between the North Carolina and
Tennessee sections of the Great
Smoky Mountains National Park,
according to Representative Zebu
Ion Weaver. 'Nothing definite has
yet been done to relieve the ra
tioning situation on the North
Carolina side of the park, but the
Congressman is leaving no stone
unturned to find a solution.
Remaining in Washington over
the Fourth of July, he declared
, that "our one big job now is to
whip Hitler and to quit grouching
about every little thing on the
face of the earth. Some one has
to lay down the law to us, and un
doubtedly that isn't any more pleas
ant for the officials who do it than
for the people who are governed
by their regulations, . What we
need is a greater and more serious
(As Recorded to Monday Noon
Of This Wek)
J. H. Vaughr by Com.; to Lee
Olive Robinson to J. W. Chap
man, et ux.
J. C- Thompson, et ux, to J. R.
Surrett, et ux.
. Fines. Creek Townshlu .
Cecil Brown to Raymond Fletch
C. F. Muse, to Ned Sparks, et ux,
C. A. George, et ux, to W. L.
Catawba, Caldwell, Lincoln, Union,
Transylvania, Jackson, Cabarus,
Iredell, Swain, Burke, Henderson,
Surry, Buncombe, Avery, Haywood,
and Stanly. :
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
NORTH CAROLINA I
HAYWOOD COUNTY. I
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
ALDEN HOWELL, ALDA
SHELTON AND HUSBAND,
O. H. SHELTON, LULA DA
VIS, MINNIE BOYD, ROB
ERT W. BOYD AND WIFE,
VERA BOYD, D. L. BOYD, III,
BETTY JEAN BOYD, ALDA
LEE BOYD, AND TOWN OF
The defendants, Alden Howell,
Robert W. Boyd, Vera Boyd, D. L.
Boyd, III, Betty Jean Boyd, and
Alda Lee Boyd, will take notice
that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Supe
rior Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, 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 Superior Court of said
county at the Courthouse in Way
nesville, North Carolina, within
thirty days after the 4th day of
August, 1942, and answer or de
mur to the Complaint of said ac
tion or the plaintiff wUl apply to
the court for the relief demanded
in said Complaint.
This the 6th day of July, 1942.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court, Hay
No. 1204 July 9-16-23-30.
pS pri" Soing up and
L J? C?mmS d0WI it would
you now have spot
StfS Grit nd
yours to us regularly.
When big things are done in the
Nation's Capital, North Carolinians
help to do them. That goes for
most anything, for Capitol Hill, he
Federal Government and the armed
It was a Tar Heel, Controller
General Lindseay C. Warren, who
signed his name to the largest
financial warrant "on the face of
the earth," making it possible for
Uncle Sam's army to begin spend
ing the $42,820,003,007 recently
appropriated by Congress. Pres
ident Roosevelt signed the appro
priation bill, but it took the signa
tures of Secretary of Treasury
Morganthau and finally Mr. Warren
to make the money actually avail
able to the War Department.
A noted North Carolina attorney,
Colonel Kenneth Royall, of Golds
bo ro, is one of the two officers nam
ed by the President to serve as
Defense Counsel for the trial of
the saboteurs who were captured
after having been put ashore in this
country by German submarines.
Colonel Royall is on active duty in
the office of his old friend, Under
secretary of the War Robert P.
Patterson. He formerly practiced
law in Raleigh with former Gov
ernor J. C. B. Ehringhaus.
While they are in Washington,
the saboteurs are in custody of
still another North Carolinian,
Brig. Gen,. Albert A. Cox, formerly
of Raleigh, who is Provost Marshal
of the District of Columbia.
. ... 1
Politics" has taken a back seat
since Pearl Harbor, but something
happens occasionally to help keep
the wheels of Democratic party
machinery in motion. The Demo
cratic National committee held a
dinner last week at the Mayflower
Hotel for southern congressmen.
navy moved in the day after we
completed the airport at New Bern.
Charlotte would never have had an
air command base had it not been
for the same reason," he said,
"WPA workers are about through
paving the new Asheville airport."
The morale' and quality of the
Nation's great army is excellent,
and the people "are determined to
win this war," Senator Robert R.
Reynolds, chairman of the Senate
Military committee, declared when
he returned to Washington from a
four-week tour of army camps and
defense areas east of the Missis
The Senator stressed the need
for a second front in Europe "as
soon as our military authorities say
we can" but he refused to put him
self "in the position of being an
armchair strategist" and declared
the second front should be inau
gurated "when we have the mater
rial there because that's what it
takes to win.
"We are building an army of gen
tlemen," he said, "The soldiers I
saw were conducting themselves
well, and I never saw a soldier or
officer under the influence of liquor
during all my travels. The men
are careful of their personal ap
pearance and their uniforms fit
He attributed the fine conduct
of the soldiers to the co-operation
of private citizens in furnishing
them good wholesome entertainment.
In New Orleans he took a ride
in one of the new type of invasion
boats that will carry 200 soldiers.
200 tanks and other equipment. At
Fort Knox, Ky., he drove one of the
army's newest tanks. .
The Senator is convinced more
than ever that the Government
should hold no bad news back from
the people. "Bad news doesn't
phase the American people one bit,
and the Government should tell
them the truth, as quickly as it
can be told," he said.
Sixteen persons received favor
able action oa their applications to
the tire rationing board here this
week, it was learned from the clerk.
Those granted applications were
as follows: James M. Moody, of
Waynesville, hauling logs and acid
wood, 1 truck tire; W. R. Bradley,
of route 1, Clyde, hauling farm
products to market, 1 truck tire
and 1 truck tube; J. B. Hannah,
route 2, Waynesville, hauling logs
and lumber, 1 truck tire.
Olis Allison, route 2, Waynes-
C; C. MeGinnis, of Raleigh, State
WPA administrator, made a brief
report on the current WPA pro
gram in North Carolina when he
stopped off at the United States
Capitol on his way to Chicago for
a meeting of state WPA execu
tives from all over the country.
"We have a lot of defense pro
jects under way in the construc
tion field," he said, "while in the
non-construction field we are staf
fing civilian defense offices, spon
soring recreation programs for
camps, maneuver and war indus
try areas, and conducting the child
welfare program in the schools.
An extensive gardening and can
ning program is how under way,
the canned foods to be used for
next winter's school lunches.
The administrator said a survey
showed that during the past seven
years WPA had constructed or
aided in constructing 22 airports
in 21 North Carolina cities, includ
ing two at Elizabeth City, one of
which is used by the coast guard.
"The significant thing is the
number of these airports now be
ing utilized by the army and navy,"
he said. "The army would never
have gone to Goldsboro unless the
airport there had been ready. The
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County made in the Special Pro
ceeding entitled "T. L. Green, Ad'
minstrator of the Estate of Mrs.
O. Young, . deceased, vs. Mary
Young Haney, et al.", the same
being No. 238 upon the Special
Proceeding Docket of said Court,
the undersigned Commissioner will,
on Monday, the 20th day of July,
1942. at eleven o'clock a. m. at
the Courthouse door in Waynes
ville, N. C.f offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash, that cer
tain lot or parcel of land lying
and being in the Towa of Waynes
ville, Haywood County, N. C, and
more particularly described as fol
lows, to-wit: ,
BEGINNING on a stake at the
Northeast corner of the old hos
pital lot and on the North side of
a street and runs N. 13" 30' . 63
feet with side line of street to
stake; thence N. 67 30' W. 83
feet to stake in line of lot No. 12;
thence S. 20 W. 53 feet with West
line of Lot No. 12 to stake in hos
pital lot line and corner of Lot 12;
thence S. 67 30' E. 90 feet with
line of hoepifaI lot to the BE
GINNING. This June 16th, 1942.
T. L. GREEN,
No.1198 June 25-JuIy 2-9-16 r
The junior Senator anticipates
becoming a father again, he ad
mitted when he returned to Wash
ington from his trip. He was ac
companied on the army camp tour
by his young wife, the former
Evalyn Washington McLean,
daughter of Mrs. Evalyn Walsh
Reminded of reports circulated
in Washingfonduriftg"his absence
that his wife was anticipating a
blessed event next December, the
Senator declared "I can't deny it."
The North Carolina delegation
in. the House of Representatives
has revealed that the Reconstruc
tion Finance Corporation and the
Office of Price Administration are
trying to find a way to keep the
(Eastern Seaboard from bearing the
burden of the recent 2ty cent a
gallon increase in the price of gas
oline. At the same time, it was
announced the War Production
Board was expected momentarily
to approve a plan for reallocating
to nearby stations the gasoline
quotas of filling stations that have
been forced out of business.
For several months, the public
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of Lonzie Messer,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of the deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
his office in Waynesville, N. C, on
or before the Hth day of June,
1943, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 11th for of June, 1942.
T. L. GREEN,
Administrator of Lonzie Messer,
No. 1191-June ll-18H25-July
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, Bain, 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, te 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
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said Complaint.
This the 1st day of July, 1942.
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk Superior Court, Haywood
has awaited with great interest the
final draft of the new tax bill
which will be the largest in the
history of the nation. At this
writing, jt is quite possible that
the bill will not reach the floor of
the House until Monday, July 20.
Representative Robert L. Doug
ton, chairman of the House Ways
and Means committee, which has
handled the bill, refused to make a
definite forecast. The committee
spent last week going over the
measure as it was written by the
legislative drafting service after
countless weeks of committee hear
ings. V ";',''
The House is expected to debate
the bill for a week under a closed
rule that will prevent the intro
duction of any amendments of ma
jor consequence. When the Housi'
is through with it, the Senate
finance committee, f which Sen
ator Bailey is a member, will take
it over for hearings, and the House
probably will take a late summer
recess, with mosti other major
legislation out of the way.
Order Numbers In
Registrants of the fifth registra
tion under the selective draft ser
vice will be given their serial and
order numbers on the basis of
their birth dates, it has been an
nounced by the local draft board.
There will be no national lottery
in Washington to determine the
order numbers of the men who reg
istered on J une 30th, as in other
ville, hauling livestock, acid wood
and logs, I truck tire and 1 truck
tube; Waynesville Wholesale, Way
nesville, wholesale grocery, 1 truck
tire and 1 truck tube, W. D. Ket
ner, Waynesville, hauling livestock
and farm products to market, 1
L. L. Allen, Waynesville, haul
ing pulpwood to Champion Fibre
and Paper Company, 1 truck tire;
Clyde Riggins, Lake Junaluska,
hauling tan bark, acid wood, and
lumber, 2 truck recaps; S. J.
Moody, Waynesville, wholesale milk
hauler, 2 truck recaps.
Massie Funeral Home, Waynes
ville, ambulance service, 2 ambu
lance recaps; Viron Elliott, Way
nesville, hauling shuttle blocks, 1
truck recap and 2 truck tubes; C.
W. Minett, Waynesville, rural mail
carrier, 1 truck recap; Glenn Mc-
Cracken, route 1, Clyde, AAA,
farm supervisor, 1 passenger re
Gussie Noland, route 2, Waynes
ville, hauling farm products to
market, 1 passenger recap; G. C.
Plott, Waynesville, fish and game
warden, 1 passenger recap; G. Z.
Shoaf, Waynesville, common car
rier, 1 truck recap.
Tha local board has be-n order
ed to arrange the registration
cards of registrants in a pile ac
cording to their respective dates
of birth so that the cards of reg
istrants born on January 2, 1922,
will follow the cards of those bora
on January 1, 1922, and so on
to the bottom of the pile where;
those born on Jane 3, 1923, will
When the local board has card
for two or more registrants born
on the same date, such cards shall
be arranged in alphabetical order.
Serial numbers will be assigned
to the registrants so that the reg
istrant whose card heads the list
will be serial number one. Th
registrant whose card is second
from the top gets serial number
two, and so on through the list.
The registrant with serial number
one will then be given the next
available order number in his lo
By placing registrants of the
fifth registration at the end of the
lists of previously issued order
numbers, national headquarters
point out that classification of the
20-year-olds who registered on
June 30 is not expected to begin
until classification of previously
registered men of military age has
Classification of the 18 and 19-year-olds
who registered on June
30, will be withheld until they
reach the age of military liability,
the local board pointed out.
The 34,000,000 motor vehicles in
the United States, serving 130,
000,000 people, are riding them
selves off the road at the rate of
2V4 per cent a month. .
MURI N E
Cleanser or Soap
Evening In Paris Harmonizing Plus Tax
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10c Size SV
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Hair Tonic .& Oil W
$1.00 Size Honey and Almond f ,
A Rexall Drug Store
Established In 1926
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