Page 12 jcly . THE ikVAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER Hardin Tok An Active Interest In Community Life (Continued from page 1) employed by the Southern Rail way here for approximately six years. From the position with the Southern Railway he went with Dicus Brothers Construction Com pany, of Waynesville as chief book keeper, for a period of eight years. Ten years ago he became asso ciated with the Standard Oil Com- The business firms of the community will be closed dur ing the funeral, whatever hour it may be, it was learned last night from officials of the Mer chants Association of the Chamber of Commerce. pany of New Jersey and has been commission agent at their distrib uting plant here for several years. Mr. Hardin has been active in the civic affairs of the town, having served as alderman of Waynes ville. At the time of his death he was a member of the Haywood County Hospital Board. He was a member of the Way nesville Masonic Lodgte, Junior Order of United American Me chanics, and a charter member of the Lions Club. In the latter organization he has had a large part in all their pro jects and programs. He served as secretary from its formation, un til last year when he became pres ident. His term of office as presi dent expired the first of this month- and he was again elected secretary of the club. II.. .hoc rmo nf thn nrnmnt.ors of the blood plasma bank sponsored J by the Lions Club for the Hay wood County Hospital. He served as chairman of the blind committee of the club and had done outstand ing work for the children of the community. He had been active in the work of the Waynesville Chamber of Commerce, having served as a member of the board of directors and at one time as treasurer of the organization. In any worthwhile movement he could always be counted upon to do his part, though modest to a de gree that often those with whom he worked did not realize at the time how much he contributed of his time and interest. Ever thoughtful of others, his heroism on Tuesday morning when he realized the dangers to which others were exposed and he bent every effort to save them, rather than himself, was typical of his life. Mr. Hardin was married to Miss Lucile Lancaster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. E. Lancaster, of Hendersonville, on December 23, 1928. They have two children, a son, Robert Lauriston Hardin, age 12, and a four-year-old daughter, Ann Lancaster. Others surviving are his par ents; one brother, Robert B. Har din, of Murphy; one sister, Mrs. Noyes C. Long, of Old Hickory, Tenn. Funeral plans were incomplete late last night, and in all probabil ity services will not be held until Friday. Massie Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Red Cross Here To Make Surgical Bandage Packs Mrs. G. R. Easley left yester day to take a 3-day course under the Red Cross in making surgical bandages. The course is being given in Asheville. and upon com pletion of the course, Mrs. Easley will direct a class here to make Waynesville's quota of 100 million which the Red Cross needs, H. G. Hammett, chairman of the Haywood Red Cross, is completing plans for a room for making the bandages. y "' " Four Members Of Caldwell Family Buried On Tuesday (Continued from page 1) ed. Mrs, Caldwell and the two chil dren did not escape from their home and their bodies were found in their wrecked house near the plant several hours after the ex plosion. Mr. Caldwell, an employee of the town of Waynesville, who had left the house, suffered fatal injuries from burns. He was rushed to the Haywood County Hospital and died there about three hours later. Surviving Mr. and Mrs. Cald- 2nd Annual "Hog Eye" Match Attracts 200 (Continued from page 1) as prizes. Verlin Gibson, of the Dellwood section, who is nearly 80 years old. won second place. W. A. Bradley, in the group from 40 to 60, won first place, his prize being hind quarter of the steer. Dr. fl. Varrttr Parker, of Ashe ville, won second place in this class. In the contest lor tnose nnaer forty, Lester Bradshaw, of the well are three children, one son, Tommy, of the Band Mill section, and two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Godfrey of Marion, and Mrs. Zebu Ion Trammel, of Waynesville. Maggie section, won first place and the prize was a fore quarter. n.iorj rionn who won SC- . V".J., ' ond place in the under forty class in the match between au wv ond place winners, won a lore quarter. Rufus Sutton, of Fie Branch, of the Maggie section, won the booby prize of the "hide and tallow." All during the day music was furnished by a string band com nosed Mark Hannah, Calvin Mes- ser and Melvin Allen. They play ed also for the square dance which was held in the evening as the grand climax to the event, which was staged in the loft of the new barn on the ranch. Serving as judges for the match were George A. Bronw, Jr. Floyd Rippetoe, Joe Rose, of Chi cago, W. T. Lee and James A. G. Davey. Several scheduled to serve on the committee of judges were unable to be present. A number of guests at ; the ranch, entered the contest by proxy, paying the regular en trance fee and engaging one of the local shooters to compete for them. The match is sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Alexander, owners and operators of the Cataloochee Ranch, who are interested in re viving the amusements of the mountain section of generations past.'. Among the guests were sports men from all over Western North Carolina, and a number from other .states, who are here on vacations. Bethel Method; Make Study of Af ine woman's societv . tian Serv.ce studied 'u- their regular month, meeting recently present, at the hom. Wells. '"'a The devotional Wa ; , Mrs. W. P. 1WH I. A. McLain, with (TJ maps, presented an ,.7 H timely discussion of nu provinces 0f A7. sneaker w fcIiC war frieX88 " The August meetin ;n l Mrs. Whitesides. lmSv T You Are Always Welcome At CIGARETTES Leading Brands Pkg. 20 13 Save At SMITH'S i I I i i i I Z3 TOBACCOS Popular Brands Rev. Mr. Canipe Drawing Good Crowds At Revival (Continued from page 1) - be carried beyond Sunday even ing's services, he said yesterday. Services will be held this morn ing and Friday morning at ten, Rev, Mr. Hammett said. Rev. Mr. Canipe will preach at both the morning and evening services Sun-day. Special prayer services are held each evening for fifteen minutes for all ages juniors, intermedi ates, young people, men and worn en, meeting in separate groups. Special Venire Jury To Hear Kidnapping; Case (Continued from page 1) out fires. The state took a hoi pros for lack of evidence in the case against M an d e 1 Woodward, Charlie Woodward a n d Roscoe Messer, involving their part in Lowe Clark drinking liquor said to have been poisoned, causing his death, and Melton Messer was made violently ill from some of the same whiskey. The case has been on the docket since November, 1941 term of court. The case of Myrtle Cullins and Catherine Lenoir, (colored), charged with the murder of their father, Oscar Lenoir, which has been continued since the November, 1941 term of court, is also on the docket for trial this week. The case of Walter Haley, charg ed with first degree burglary, wlil be tried before the court adjourns. Haley is alleged to have entered the home of John Norris on the night of July 4th. The gTand jury returned a true bill against Haley the first day of the court Cases disposed of since Monday include: Clarence Parker, driving drunk, was fined $50 and the costs and his license revoked. 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