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XI1E WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
The Tar Heel Front
-rtATErwin and Frances McHurick
.vrTON-There is s"
ASHOTS Washington these
tfW'T.. mnr big tnmK w
tta election. Like-
ti".n The eeneral public
K that thing, tha
f done no "7 COuted This isn't all. North Carolina
..I the V
it was reaiiy
Aa for North Carolina, the state
already hu more military estab
lishments of all branches of the
armed service the armv. navv.
marine corps and coast guard
than virtually any other state in
the country, or at least on the East.
TnlS isn v au. iNorxn varouna me ooviev penormer,
is due to get more of these estab- The Japs would attack the lat-
lisnmcnis. iucy pic ucuiuicijr 111 i vst itvui vuo cou, uavuiauijr
isriusn May ueiay
For A Purpose
( Con tinned from nara 2)
but tied down to North Africa.
If he won conclusively of course
that field of operations would be
disposed of probably for the dura
tion. If Rommel were wioed off the
map, so far as concerns Egypt, the
Axis could switch what's left of
its Near Eastern contingent to its
Russian front and raise hades with
the Soviet performers.
Pr 0rn,ide with the election,
V " ,uu Heoendanis oi
. u w allotment
, ..!.. fir to the army
veZent financial agen
il' e Ushment of , sys
es " n( these allot-
P . o 2.500,000
t i. a tremc"""-"'"
E K "done in a day. The army
ott . .:a..M uill reauire
l nnthin? t "
for the first Pents
. nntare niruivw '-. r-
lorecas'- r-- ll-
m selective service.
service, with the drafting
P'S'mm to meet high-
U The administration also
LOWS, ine for
.tion to draft young men
Igand if yeaia..
I -.. .,, side. 11 is aunt
L that the Treasury Depart-
TLles tax, a withholding
wrinir in more revenue iur
for the war, it remains to be
hether there will oe a .m
in continental Europe this
The United Nations are
Lv are maintaining a most lm-
Lt second front in North
W the loss oi wnicn womu
, the Near East ana its on to
Germans and assure defeat oi
Russians in the viiai uu.
I second ironi comes, yu
. nrpH it will be without
i. timoH to surDrise the Ger-
..-,.,), bs DossiDie. uniwsu
linn, strategists are determine
r . . i. .
w nv new fronts snail De
k prepared, to assure victory and
Utert an unnecessary disaster
miriit heb pave the road to
r - .
bit or prolong the war.
the works. We cant tell you about
them until thev break, and then
only for local consumption in the
"North Carolina has an ideal
climate and is strategically situ
ated in the Eastern United States"
said an army officer who was dis
cussing the state's great role in
national defense. "Your weather
is seldom too cold in the winter
and you have a fine seashore area,
vour land is good, in fact you have
evervthinar to offer.
Yes, there is plenty in the
works for North Carolina. The
new projects affect chiefly the
Eastern and Piedmont sections of
the state. ,
A. R. Croenburg, of Columbia,
S. C., medical case, is better.
Mrs. Robert Trull, of Canton,
operative case, is improving.
J. A. Rudolph, of Balsam, med
ical case, is better.
The condition of Miss Wanda
Moody, of Dellwood, operative
case, is good.
Thompson, of Canton,
case, is resting satis
Miss Fave Davis, of Canton,
operative case, is improving.
Mrs. Bill Plemmons, of Canton,
operative case, is better.
Miss Ruby Jean Norris, of Can
ton, medical case, is resting more
Allen Miller, of Clyde, operative
case, is better.
Marv Conner, of Waynesvllle,
route 1, medical case, is resting
The armv alwavs has had a warm
spot in its heart for North Caro
lina, and this -warm snot grew
warmer when field maneuvers were
held in the state last summer. Sol
diers who slept and stimulated bat
tle over the Sandhills and the
Piedmont found themselves receiv
ed with the best of Tar Heel hos
pitality, and as a result, thous
ands of them later returned to
pay a visit to their former hosts.
Earlier in the game the Japs
favored the Axis wear fc, astern
drive, unauestionablv. but todav
it's manifest that thev would nrofit
by an increased German assault
from the west into Russia, giving
them a comDarativelv clear chance
of success for an attack into Si
An Axis union from the direc
tion of the Indian ocean, and then
a combined attack on India and
southern Russia would be logical
Meanwhue, the Japs would be
tackling Russia from the east, the
OermAns from IKa west anil hnth
of them from the southerly angle.
Ana tneres no north except the
Arctic ocean. Yes, it would be
ideal from their standpoint.
India and China
There's a bit of intervening ter-
Mias Bertie Chapman, of Can
ton, operative case, is resting more
Master Roy Parton, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is some bet-
John Lewis, of Canton, medical
case, is improving.
Mia. Inix Rumsrarner. of Way-
nesville, route 1, medical case, is
resting fairly welL
Mr. T W Shields, of Norfolk,
Va., operative case, is resting more
Charlie Dills, of Canton, opera
tive case, is better.
ritnrv. such as India. Persia, a
larire mouthful of China and sev
era I other smallish countries, but
the German-Japs surely are con
fident that they can get away witn
them, if once they get on top in
That's a chance that Gen. Auch
inleck appears to be trying to bar
them from by stopping them tem
porarily, if that's the best that
can be done, or by licking them
finally if possible.
To sum up
Ruchinleck has the whole Axis
campaign tied up in a bowknot.
Mrs. C. A. Muse, of Canton,
nnerative case, is restmg more
Master Bobbie Lowery, of Can
ton, operative case, is better.
Master Wade Haney, of Clyde,
route 1, operative case, is resting
Donald Best, of Clyde, medical
case, is resting more comrortaoiy
Miaa Kellie Reed, of Canton, oper,
ative case, is resting fairly welL
Rabv Wavne Pressley, of Way
nesville, medical case, is improv
Mrs. O. S. Sisemore, of Waynes
ville, route 2, medical case, is
resting fairly well.
Robert Reece, of Waynesville,
route 1. onerative case, is some
t-hnaa discharged from
the Haywood County Hospital dur
ing the past week were me iouow
Mr T. O. ShiDman. Grady
Kinsland, Guy Howel, Baby James
Frirsle, Baby Ira Fritiie, Master
T,,ir Rav Ralnh Surrey. Miss
Nancy Owen, Luther West, Miss
Lucy Muse, Miss Edith Brackett,
Mr. Albert Gibson. Mrs. anuioru
Reaalev and babv. Baby Eva
Mrs. H. P. Tatnam,
Harry Good, Miss Jane tOivara,
Laura EtU Williams, (colored),
Mrs. Bess Holland, Lee Ferguson,
Miss Maura May Justice, Hardy
Ewart, Miss Betty Joe Cody, Miss
Laura May Medford, Mrs. Dencille
Cagle, H. T. Tatham, Mrs. James
Clark and baby, and Mrs. Hester
Rpn Ieatherwood III
At Hinton, W. Va Is
Reported Slightly Better.
Ben Leatherwood, of Rupert,
W, Va., formerly of Waynesvui,
who has been critically ill, is re
ported to be slightly improved.
Mr. Leatherwood nas oeen con
fined to a hospital in H in ton, W.
V . and also received treatment
at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore. Mrs.
Roy Dindinger, of Ashevuie, sis
ter of Mr. Leatherwood, who was
called to Hinton several days ago
on account of the conditon of her
brother, has returned home.
of Clyde, announce the birth of ....
daughter on August ara.
Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, of
Cruso, announce the birth of son
on August 4th.
Mr and Mrs. Howard K-oie, oi
Canton, announce the birth or a
son on August 8th.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry sution, oi
Maggie, announce the birth of a
son on August 9th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Atkins, of
Waynesville, announce the birth of
a daughter on August 10th.
v. .nA Mrs. Walter Plott, of
Waynesville, route 1, announce th
birth of a daughter on August 10th.
Mr. and Mrs. Shuford Beasley,
NOTICE OF RE-SALE
m CAROLINA. I
t Monday the 24th day oi
it 1Q15 ".aV 11:00 O'clock A.
the undersigned will oner lor
it nubile auction and to the
lint WHder for cash, the fol-
linir and described real estate,
jch said property was formerly
as and for school purposes
is commonly known as the
Wen Creek School property,
property beine described as
'RAfT ONKr Repinnine at
lake on top of a ridge and being
I comer of James H. Flott and
thers and runs North 32" west
les and to the line to a
te oak in Plott and Smathers
I: thenrp vuith sniH line two
Is back to the Beginning, con-
ung. 44 square poles more or
Things may be quiet on Capitol
Hill these davs. but that doesn't
stop the parade of visiting Europ
ean sovereigns, now in exile wnue
the United Nations seek to restore I
freedom to their native lands that!
have been conquered Dy tne axis.
Last week, Queen Wuhelmina, oi
The Netherlands, appeared at the
Capitol. She spoke briefly to a
session of the Senate, and the lew
members of the House of Represen
fativei remaining in the city went
over to the Senate Chamber to hear
her. They were led by the Acting
Speaker, Representative Alfred L.
R,,l winkle, of Gastonia. named to
provide during the recess and the
absence oi SpeaKer sam nayourn,
Both Senator Bailey and Key-
nolds are in the city. Senator
Railev is husv attending daily tax
Kin fcearinm of the Senate Fi-
nani-a mmmittee. Senator Key
nolds is chairman of the Military
Affairs committee, and that, with
his other work, keeps him busy.
PACT TWO: Beginning on a
i'.eoak, it being the corner of
COnvpvpfi r Mra TIarriett
t there to the County Board of
Htidn and runs south 79.V,
f 11 poles and 9 V4 feet to a
Uf. thenpp nnrtli fi7 onat 1fi nnlea
tstke; thence south 11 Vt west
flott and Smathers lfne; thence
Ih said linp tViroo vdIIo tn tVia niL
fNIXG. Gontainin? one acre
36 TOda mnro nr Iaqq
lift forfVffnirirti m.Ann.4-.. -.. r.
"bui'6 p.vpciLjr was duiu
Public sale oh the 27th day of
I - u..., Jm s. lr
nd before expiration of
davs. nn nn.of v.; j
J as duly filed with the Clerk
aapenor Court. The Board
Wucation reserves the riirht. tn
rtany and all bids at this sale.
l!!lthe 5th 3av of August, 1942.
' wu vUUNTY BOARD OF
Jack Messer, Superintend-
Davis and McDaniel
Families to hold 3rd
Annual Reunion Sunday
The Davis and McDaniel fami
ne, will hold third annual reunion
on Sunday, the 16th, at 10:30 a. m.,
iu inm nf Hardv Liner, near
Lake Junaluska on the Dellwood
road, it has been announced Dy mm
cut,.- .nHulnit. of the group. .
All relatives ana -menus- ui mc
. ;i:,. .ro fordiallv invited to
xdiiiiiio . . ... i
attend, and bring a basKet oi luncn
with them. A special program of
r a mn( has Been ar
ranged for the day.
Have Fun, Recreation, A
Every Tuesday Night at St. John's
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
IN SUPERIOR COURT
IP., rrarui T .VTlph
UW6,V . , , ,
rri.. -naronHant in the above en
titled action, will take notice, that
an action has been commenceu m
flourt of Haywood
County, for the purpose of secur
ing an absolute aivorce nvm
Defendant, upon statutory grounds.
Said Defendant will further take
that he is reauired to ap-
Vfta ... .
pear before said clerk oi tne court
in the City of Waynesville, North
Carolina, as is required by law
demur to said com
plaint or the Plaintiff will apply
for relief demanded in said com-
P1 ' n u T.F.ATIIERWOOD,
Clerk of the Superior Court
tv.: v 18th dav of July, 1942.
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Most Popular Entertainment In Town Every Tuesday
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Given As A Benefit
St. John's School
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