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AUGUST 6, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEEK
He Tar Heel Front
This week brought
a p-eneral exodus of
itW the North Carolina
'. li Hdeeation from war-
r"S MnKton to the peaceful-
f7v i only home can or -K.
H ale of Representative
Tte three-day recesses, witn
that no major legisla
te considered during
fnutive Alfred L. Bul
WTLi. will probably
tie W 'r ;. t. home of
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Robert A. Erwin and Frances McKusick
went back to
w tne moj"'
ton, oldest member from point of
service, and one of the youngest
in energy and work, was in high
spirits when talking about his re
"Yes, I'm going home for a while
--not because I'm tired, you under
stand, but because I feel I ought
to get acquainted with folks again,"
"Don't know how long 111 stay
maybe just a short time, since
I'm such a stranger down there.
Maybe I'll get frozen out." he
as he was laughed. "I'll have to consult Mrs.
Doughton, too, and see how things
go." The odds are, however, that
Farmer Bob will find plenty of
official business to call him back to
the Capital long before the tenta
tive date of September 1.
th some good old
. of slipping out of Wash-
l-mr. 1' wor
It 101 a , nia fnr one
ks this way: me
ffrfav Bulwiiikle must be there
call the n ----
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nliin. Alter mnu, " "J
t""1 ,i nn'aViM tn have
marks extended in The Con-
privilege of the floor. Bui
Lfe presides over 8Uch sessIons
U the speakers chair,
t during the recess, Speaker
winkle may appoint ouiuc
uke his place. If he does tnat
take a week ort. Asiae
this, he must report wj wv-
Lwinkle was chosen by Ray-
t, because of his 20 years' ser-
tin Congress and nis sine
eimce to administration poli-
it was learned.
o legislature oi any conse
.n is anticipated until Sep
iber unless some emeregncy
told arise, at which time Con-
will be called back by tne
Robert L. Dough-
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ASHEVILLE, N. C.
If Representative Robert L.
Doughton, the dean of the North
Carolina congressional delegation,
is a typical example of the bene
ficial influence of spending one's
early years on a farm, then we
believe all doctors should prescribe
this life as a guarantee of energy
and good health in later years.
After six straight months of
tax bill work as chairman of the
harassed Ways and Means Com
mittee which has been formulating
the largest tax bill in the history
of this country, Farmer Bob was
told by his physician that he was
in the pink of condition. In fact,
he said he wasn't going home for
a rest at all.
There really hasn't been enough
going on here this year to keep a
young man busy, Doughton ex
plained. In addition to attending
meetings of his committee every
morning, afternoon and sometimes
in the evening, Doughton only dic
tates 150 letters daily, attends to
from 25 to 50 long distance tele
phone calls, appears on the House
floor to listen to discussions of im
portant legislation, attends to spe
cial legislative matters and takes
care of problems arising between
his constituents and the War Pro
"Looking after these few things
certainly isn't enough to keep me
busy," Doughton scoffed. "I'm go
ing home and do some real work
so my conscience won't strike me
One of the things which is ex
citing the entire country is the
trial of the eight Nazi saboteurs
here in Washington. Most folks
believe they should have been "shot
on the spot" but such treatment,
according to Representative Folger,
is "lowering ourselves to the Nazi
level of behavior."
Folger believes that under the
Constitution the saboteurs (if they
are such) are not entitled to the
writ of habeas corpus. In your
language and mine, this writ
means the right of the accused to
face the accuser.
According to Article 1, Section 8
of the Constitution, Folger says,
"the privilege of habbeas corpus
shall not be suspended, unless when
in cases of rebellion or invasion the
public safety may require it."
"Since we are at war with Ger
many, and these eight men were in
league with the German govern-
Protection of Property in War Time!
In addition to the regular protection which you carry
against ordinary hazards, you need War Damage pro
tection. We can secure this type of policy for you from
the War Damage Corporation, a government agency,
which is the only way you can protect your property
gainst War Damage.
The L. N. DAVIS COMPANY
Phone 77 INSURANCE Main. St.
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Turned down by all of Uncle Sam's armed forces because he was "too
big," Dave Ballard, seven feet, seven inches tall, li doing his share for
the war effort by contributing a pint of blood. He is shown leaving the
Red Cross donor service building in New York accompanied by Mrs.
Samuel Wein, a hospital staff assistant.
Quota For August
The local rationing board au
thorized the purchase of one adult
bicycle during the month of July,
with the quota set at three, it was
learned yesterday. The applicant
was Edwin Boone, insurance sales
man. The quota lor tms area for
the month of August is set at six
and with the unapplied July quota
added, the total bicycles availa
ble this month will be eight.
In making application for the
purchase of a bicycle, the appli
cant must prove that he needs it
in his work, and that without it,
he would have to walk a total of
at least three miles in going and
coming from his business, occu
pation or work.
In the case, where a person
would spend a total of at least one
and one-half hours, including nec
essary walking time, in going and
coming from business, by the use
of public transportation facilities,
which time could be reduced at
least 30- minutes through the use
of a bicycle, a bicycle may be
If the applicant can prove that
the available public transportation
facilities are overcrowded he is
Dr. H. K. Masteller, pnstor of
the First Baptist church of
Canton, and Rev. T. H. Par
ris, of the Clyde Baptist church,
will be the speakers at the annual
Haynes reunion, which will be held
Saturday, August 15, at the home
of George C. Haynes.
The formal program will begin
at ten o'clock, with devotional and
address of welcome.
After the usual picnic, Judge
blackstock will speak.
In the afternoon, appropriate
services will be held commemorat
ing the men in service, and led by
Rev. Mr. Parris.
All members of the family and
friends are invited to attend and
bring picnic baskets.
J. H. Haynes is chairman of the
reunion and Sophia Haynes is secretary.
Army Censor Does
No Harm To Cupid
SHERRING, Fla. Army censors
intend to safeguard military in
formation, but they're still willing
to give a hand to Dan Cupid.
A pretty girl here opened an en
velope from her soldier Bweetheart
on duty in the Pacific area. There
was no letter, but a note dropped
out on which read:
"Your boy friends still loves you,
but he talks too much."-Signed
ment, their illegal entry into this
country constitutes an invasion," is
Folger's opinion. "The Supreme
court will certainly take the excep
tion found in this article into consideration."
They may be called grass wid
ows but it can't be said that they
Two Osborne Animals
Two more animals from the Os
borne Farm have pust received rec
ognition by the American Guern
sey Cattle Club. ;
A bull bred by II. Arthur Os
borne, now owned by N. G. Roose
velt, of Moncks Corner, S. C, has
just won nation recognition, by
having five daughters '.which made
creditable official records. The bull
will be known hereafter as an ad
vance register sire.
A five-year-old. cow, Haywood
Tabitha, 'tested and owned by Flor
ence Osborne, has just set a new
record, exceeding the average of
the Guernsey breed for her age
and class. The record set by the
cow is 11,118.2 pounds of milk, and
612.9 pounds of butter fat, class
The New Western Flyer .
MEN'S .AND WOMEN'S MODELS
ersons gainfully employed, who can . See the new Victory Model now on
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display at our store
WE'LL GIVE COMPLETE RATION
ING INFORMATION COME IN
LARGE STOCK OF
fonibination Radios and Record
BASEBALLS SOFTBALLS BATS
GLOVES SKATES CATCHERS
Western Auto Associate Store
A revival began at Hemphill
Monday night at 9:00 o'clock. The
preaching will be done by the pas
tor, the Rev. G. M. Carver. Ser
vices each evening at 9:00 o'clock.
.Everyone is invited.
A vacation Bible school is held
in connection with the revival. The
Bible school starts each afternoon
at 2:00 o'clock. Children are ex
pected and adults are welcomed.
Come one. Come all and let us
study our Bibles and how to use
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
J. WEBSTER DERRICK AND
WIFE, BETTIE A. DERRICK, ,
J. R. MORGAN, Trustee and
TOWN OF WANESVILLE.
The Defendants, J. Webster Der
rick and wife, Bettie A. Derrick,
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina,
to foreclose liens for taxes due
Haywood County; and said de
fendants 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 Waynesville,
North Carolina, within thirty (30)
days after the 31st day of August,
1942, and answer on demur to the
Complaint of said action or the
plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said
This the 29th day of July, 1942.
Asst. Clerk of Superior Court,
Board Grants 33
Thirty-three applications were
granted by the rationing board
during the past week, according
to the records of the clerk of the
Those receiving grants were as
folows: Jarvis W. Teague, Cove
Creek, minister, 1 passenger tube;
W. A. Hyatt, Waynesville, service
car for logging operations, 1 pas
senger recap; J. M. Woodard, Ha
relwood, minister, 1 passenger
tire, 1 passenger tube; K. N.
Palmer, Waynesville, mail car
rier, 2 passenger recaps.
Mrs. Maude S. Jones, Waynesville,
hauling employes to Dayton Rub
ber plant, 1 passenger recap; R. H.
Blackwell, Waynesville, food sales
man, 1 passenger recap; W. H.
Neese, Clyde, route 1, minister, 1
passenger recap; J. R. Hipps,
carload cattle buyer and shipper,
1 passenger recap.
Mrs. S C. Franklin, Maggie,
schedule bus Waynesville to Mag
gie, 2 bus recaps; Massie Funeral
Home, Waynesville, ambulance
service, 2 ambulance tires, 3 am-
reraps; R. L. Burgin, Waynesville,
farm products, dairy and poultry
dealer, 1 truck recap.
v Frank Hannah, Clyde, route 1,
hauling farm products, 2 truck
recaps; Walter Franklin, Waynes
vilh, hauling farm products, 2
truck recaps; Chas. B. Ferguson,
Waynesville, dairyman, t truck
recaps; Lee Fry, Lake Junaluska,
log hauling, 2 truck recaps.
C. S. Green, Clyde, route 1, log
hauling, 2 truck recaps; R. A.
Shaehan, Waynesville, log haul
ing, 2 truck recaps; K. N. Palmer,
Waynesville, transportation of 24
employes to Canton and Enka, 1
bus recap; Anderson Transport.
Company, Waynesville, common
carrier, 2 truck recaps, 1 truck
tube, and 1 truck tire.
Pet Dairy Products, Waynesville,
wholesale ice cream, 1 truck re
cap, 1 truck tube, and 1 truck
tire; Wilson Rathbone, Waynes
ville, hauling employes, 1 passen
ger recap; J. F. Conard, Cove
Creek, mail carrier, 1 truck tire
and 1 truck tube; Sebe Bryson,
Waynesville, hauling industrial
passengers, 2 station wagon .tires.
Grace Lumber Mills, Lake Juna
luska, lumbering operations, 6
truck tires, and 2 truck tubes; Ben
Cooke, Waynesville, hauler of
bulance tubes, and 2 ambulance forest products, and minister of
Boy Scout Camp
Filled; 65 Boys
There Each Week
The Daniel Pione Boy Scout
camp, near Lake Logr.n, is filled
again this week to its capacity,
with 65 boys from the district en
camped for the week, under the
direction of Bill Wall.
Council ' officials are having to
turn boys away, as more applica
tions are coming in than available
The two and a half acre lake ia
now filled to a depth of about 8
feet, and provides all water sports
for the boys.
two churches, 1 truck tire and 1
truck tube; Hugh Rabb, Waynes
ville, log hauler, 1 truck tire.
M. V. Jenkins, Cove Creek, haul
er forest products, 1 truck tire,
obsolete; Ralph Mills Const. Com
pany, Waynesville, highway con
struction. 1 truck tire; Carl Rog
ers, .Lake Junaluska, log hauler,
2 truck tubes and 2 truck tires;
C. D. Ketner, Wayntsville, hauler
of products to market, 2 truck
tires; M. O, Galloway, Waynesville,
hauler of logs, 1 truck tire and 1
The Opening Of Our Department
Work and Outdoor Clothes
Handling Only the Very Best Available
WORK SHIRTS $1.89
Smart Norfolk Style
Quilted rayon lining Inverted pleat,
two panel back. Six large pockets. Fine
texture capeskin leather. Warm, light
weight military cuffs, zipper closing
front. See these, and you'll get one for
cold weather that is ahead.
Sanforized Khaki, Best Grade
Pre-Shrunk, Heavy Grade Finck's
OVERALLS - - - $2.79
Big Ace, 8 oi., Pre-Shrunk
See us for work gloves, hunting coats,
hunting caps, etc. Buy the best and
Western Auto Associate Store
J. C. GALUSHA, Owner
Price and Quality and Savings
Jewel Scoco Royal Aster
LARD -8 lb. ctn. $1,37
Luzianne Coffee - - lb. 290
PREM or MOR
Makes Delicious Sandwiches
24 Oz. Jar
VINEGAR - - - 100
GRAPENUTS - - pkg. 140
3 cakes 190
1 Cake FREE
'hi iW mi ff
lb. - - 330
12-oz, jar 190 - qt. jar 330
Rice Krispies 2 pkgs. 250
FOSTER'S - - Ig. can 290
3 pks 20C
46 Oz. Can
ORANGE JUICE - - - 25f
MEATS WITH QUALITY
ROUND STEAK - lb. 330
Link Sausage - - - - lb. 350
Scratch Feed 25 lbs. 690
Hog Ration 75 lbs. 2.35
Pure Gray Wheat
SHORTS - 100 lbs. 2.75
SURE YOU CAN SAVE WITH US
Sliced Kraft .
CHEESE lb. 350
Ahead In Quality
FRESH LAMB CHOPS
SALMON -16 oz. can 230
40 Oz. Jar
CAROLINA SYRUP 300
Phillips No. 24
Pork & Beans 2 cans 250
DOG FOOD - 4 cans 250
MASON FRUIT JARS
690 790 $1.05
Cash Grocery Co.
"The Better Food Store"
Hazelwo od, N. C.
i J. C GALUSHA, Owner
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