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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, AUGUST i, J
(Continued from pagi 1)
donate during the week according
to Mr. Wagenfeld are: Unagusta
Manufacturing Company, j . Royle
Pilkington Company, lErkraft In
dustries," Pet Dairy Products, Day
ton Rubber plant, M. O. Galloway
Lumber Company, and Underwood
Twenty-five per cent of the
year-round proceeds of the weekly
socials at St. John's auditorium
goes to the war effort in the form
of Victory Bonds and Stamps,
During the month of August one
half of the balance goes to the
USO, the other half to the school.
The USO has received from the
two benefits held this month a
total of 74.44. The remaining
two parties this month are ex
pected to draw larger crowds.
Miss McCoy, of Camp Juna
uska, and a group of the girls
and associates are staging a ben
efit on Friday night at the Cham
ber of Commerce, which promises
to have plenty of entertainment.
The benefit called, "The Variety
Show," is being directed by Miss
Alice Satterfield, with music furn
ished by Ted Martin and his or
chestra. It will open with the
salute to the-': flag by local Boy
Scouts. Nancy Carter and Betty
Boatwright will take the part of
Mr. and Mrs. America on one
Other features of the program
include, songs, tango, taps, toe
tap, readings, oriental dances,
mountain music, and unusual
group entertainments. Those ap
pearing on the program include:
Dorothy Yokely, Lee Margolius,
Julie McNeely, Jaudon Hunter,
Carmen Lindsay, Ada Low Frans
worth, Franz Wilson, Ann Cook,
Chris Ridge, Lottie Hentschel, .
t) . . i . . t.. . i i l ,...: n..r, M
Vera Cannady, Jeanne Bfcown,
Juanita Minchew, Coie Vaughn,
Bunny Davis, Ann Lee Living
ston, Frances Grove, and Will Kirk,
patick and his children, of this
County Baptists ,
Meet On 19th
"juy " f JUmuJ1. " " j i i i 1 1 im i 9
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Don't Neglect Them I
Nature designed the kidnejn to do i
marvelous job. Their tuk is to keep the
flowing blood stream (re o( en excess ol
toxic impurities. The act of living lift
iUtlf is constantly producing wast
matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good heath is to endure.
When the kidneys fail to function as
Nature intended, there is retention of
waste thit may cause body-wide dis
tress. One may suffer nagging backache,
persistent headache, attacks of dizziness,
getting up nights, swelling, puthneas
under the eyee feel tired, nervous, all
Frequent, scanty or burning passages
are sometimes further evidence of kid
ney or bladder disturbance.
The recognized and proper treatment
Is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
tet rid of excess poisonous body wsste.
Ise Doan's Pills. They have had more
than forty years of public approval. Are
endorsed the country over. Insist on
Doan't. Sold st all drug stores.
UK. JACOB GARTEN HA US
(See life story on page nine)
I (Continued from page 1)
cellaneous business Report of
committees Treasurer's report.
5:30 Intermission Relaxation.
Theme: "Christian Missions In A
Time Like This"
7:00 Worship Gospel Song
7:30 Missionary Activities (Re
ports five minutes each). 1- Wo
man's Missionary Union, Mrs. E.
C. Horton; 2. Associational Mis
sions, Mrs. Madge Lewis; 3. State,
Home and Foreign Missions, R.
7 : 45 Addresses on the above
Kingdom interests Miss Madge
Lewis, missionary, Haywood Bap
tist Association ; Rev- J. C. Pipes,
missionary, Western North Caro-
ina; Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus, field
secretary, Home Mission Board,
CHAS. FRANCIS EDMUNDS
Last rites were held yesterday
afternoon for Charles Francis
Edmunds, 12, who passed away
Tuesday morning at 9:30 at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Edmunds, on East street.
The funeral services were held
at the Massie Funeral Home, at
2:30, with the Rev. J. C. Madison,
in charge. Burial wag made at
Green Hill cemetery.
Pallbearer were: E. H. Balen
tine, Leon Henry, Tony Davis and
W. F. Strange.
In charge of the flowers were;
Merrill Green, Mary Joe Green,
I la Jean Evans, and Louise Martin.
In addition to his parents, the
deceased is survived by one sister,
Ann, and grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. J- Reiger, uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reigrer, of Bal-
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did not return with the group, but
remained in camp, John Kelly
Carver, volunteer, and Ed Wiley
Moody. They began their active
service immediately after being
Those who will leave here on the
17th include the following: John
E. Bramlett, Hughey C. Gunter,
James R. Wyatt, James Z. V. Rog
ers, Edward C. Haney, Jackson W.
Price, William F. Smith, John H.
Swanger Robert L. Underwood,
Homer V. Conard, Eugene Henry,
Julius E. L. Parton, Floyd W.
Davis, Weldon R. Sutton, Carter
John. G. Reeves, Glenn Green,
Sylvester D. Mull, Jack M. Mc
Cracken, James V. Smith, Salem
H. Wyatt, John B. Reeves, William
W. Massey, Jr., Joseph H. Sisk,
Milton L. Morrow, Lloyd G. Jones,
Woodrow, W. Underwood, William
A,..Medford, Jr., William W.
Wright, Moses B. Winchester, and
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Early Buyers Will Get Better Shoes
During recent months and later, the better
leathers have been going into army shoes. The
general situation results that early buyers will
better shoes and better buys than can be
later.-'.'' ' .'" '' .
FOR BOYS' SCHOOL OXFORDS-
C. E. RAY'S SONS
MRS. ZONIA MINTZ
Funeral services will be held at
2:30 Friday afternoon at the
Church of God, Hazelwood, for
Mrs. Zonia Mintz, 68, wife of Jack
Mintz, who died at 3:30 Wednes
day morning from a heart attack
at the home near Canton of her
daughter, Mrs. J. L. Ledford- Rev.
S. C. Lowery, assisted by Rev. J.
W. Moore, of Canton, will officiate.
Burial will be in the Bethel ceme
Girl Scouts Hold
Court Of Awards;
73 Badges Earned
(Continued from page 1)
Betsy Siler, Nancy Jones, Jane
Troy Wyche, Elsie Green, Ida Lou
Gibson, Mary Ann Massie and
Swimming badges had been earn
ed by BeUy Siler, Nancy Jones,
Mary Ann Massie, Peggy Janson
and Martha Mae Wyche.
Nancy Jones, Betsy Siler and
Jane Troy Wyche received badges
in glass; in color craft, Betsy Siler
and Nancy Jones.
My Treop; Jean Crouser, Anna
Jean Davis, 1 Nancy Jones, Jackie
Sue Messer, Jane Troy Wyche,
Elsie Green, Ida Lou Gibson, and
Interior decoration: Nancy
Jones, Jane Troy Wyche, Mary
Ann Massie, Dorothy Martell, and
Anna Jean Davis.
My Community: Nancy Jones
and Anna Jean Davis; drawing
and painting, Nancy Jones; food
Jane Troy Wyche; weaving, Jane
Troy Wyche and Anna Jean Davis;
clothing, Jane Troy Wyche and
Anna Jean Davis.
Housekeeper: Jane Troy Wyche
and Mary Ann Massie; In citizen
Ida Lou Gibson; in architecture:
Elsie Green and Dorothy Martd
basketry, Anna Jean Davis; pho
tography, Anna Jean Davis; need
lecraft, Anna Jean Davis; cyclist.
Mrs- Mintz was an active mem- Mart.ha Mae Wyche; first aid, Mar-
ber of the Church of God of Hazel- tha Mae Wyche and Ruth Wag-
She is survived bv her husband.
five daughters, Mrs. Jessie Grooms, I DeCOratlOn Day At Maple
Mis. Nancy Grooms and Mrs. bm-(GrOVe ChuTCh To Be Held
ma L.eaiora, an oi anion, ivirs.
Annie Smith, of Waynesville, and
Mrs. Dora McMenomy, of Ashe
ville; five sons, John Mintz, of
Canton, route 2, Jack and Ruf ua
Mintz, of Hazelwood, Robert Mintz,
of Waynesville, William Reed
Mintz, of Canton ; two brothers,
James and Bill Warren, of Pigeon;
46 grandchildren, and nine great
Wells Funeral Home of Canton
is in charge of arrangements.
MRS. YORK HOWELL
Funeral services were held on
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the Ratcliff Cove Baptist church
for Mrs. York Howell, 73, who
died at 9:00 a. m. on Friday at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
W. A. Hyatt, in Whittier. Rev.
T nah Vi r crura n aaiatoH Kir T?AV
John Hyatt officiated. Burial ' A little love, a little trust,
was in the Ratcliff Cove cemetery. A soft impulse, a sudden dream,
Pallbearers were grandsons as
follows: Howell, Reeves ; and Joe
Cooper, Lester Owen, Gene Gibson
and Calvin Howell
On Saturday, August 22nd
Decoration day has been set at
the Maple Grove churchj on the
Dellwood road for the fourth Sat
urday in August, which falls on
the 22nd, it was announced this
week. All members and friends of
the church are invited to join in
the work on Saturday morning,
Those attending are asked to bring
baskets of lunch, which will be
eaten on the ground.8 at noon. All
those who plan to work are re
quested to bring their own tools.
Lieutenant Sara Marie Neese, of
the New Bern Salvation Army,
left Monday after spending two
weeks with her parents, Rev and
Mrs. William H. Neese, at the
Ciabtree Methodist parsonage.
And life as dry as desert dust,
Is fresher than a mountain stream.
Mrs. Howell was before her
of NewDort News. Va.: twentv-one
I grandchildren . and five great
marriage Miss Mary Liner, daugh- STATE 0F NORTH CAROLINA,
ter of the late Mr, and Mrs. Henry
Liner, of Waynesville.
She is survived by her husband;
five daughters, Mrs. W. A. Hyatt,
Mrs. Glenn Ferguson, Mrs. Frank
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD
ON MONDAY, the 7th day of
September, 1942, at the Court
house door in Waynesville, at
Owen, and Mrs. Oscar Gibson, all e!eve" 0Jclock. A- .M-s th "nder"
wui..:--j -m aA po, signed Superintendent of Educa-
of Rome, Ga.; one son, Bill Liner lon Haywood County w,ll of
Howell; five brothers, Jim Liner, ! fol ow.ng described prop
of Charlotte, and George, Charlie, . "ty 'f.oru "le "tJpblc auct'on
Hardy, and Sam Liner, of Way
nesville; four sisters, Mrs. Martha
Medford, of Clyde, Mrs. John Sny
der and Mrs. James Ratcliff, of
Waynesville, and Mrs. Nn Justice,
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
J. A. CRISP, if alive, or, if
dead, his hiers at law, and
wife, if any, by whatever
name she may be known.
The def endans. J. A. Crisp, if
alive, or, if deadj his heirs at law,
and 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 Carolina, to fore
close liens for taxes due Haywood
County; and said defendants will
further take notice they are re
quired 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 (30) days v after the 31st
day of August, 1942, and answer
or demur to the Complaint of said
action or the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demand
ed in said Complaint.
This the 29th day of July, 1942.
. KATE WILLIAMSON,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court, Hay
No. 1212 July 30-Aug. 6-13-20.
When Child Needs
a Laxative I
Tout child should I0ca this tasty
liquid laxative and you should like
the gentU way t usually wakes up
a youngster's l.Vr intestines when
givan by the simple directions.
STRT7P OF BLACK-DRAUGHT
the highest bidder for cash, the
said land being formerly used for
school purposes at Saunook in
Haywood County, which said land
has become useless for school pur
poses, and which said land is de
scribed as follows:
TliACT NO 1 BEGINNING
on a stake in field corner to school
lot runs N. 14 E, 120 feet to a
stake in a swamp; thence S. 3 W
107 feet to a stake; thence S. 70
W. 26 feet to the BEGINNING,
Containing 1475 feet more or less.
TRACT NO. 2 BEGINNING
on a stake in log road up the road
S. 3 W. 191 feet to Hooper's corner,
with his line 69 feet to a stake at
the new road, down the road N. 20
E. 217 feet to school lot, with the
same S. 81 E, 125 feet to the BE
GINNING, Containing 19788 feet
more or less.
The Board of Education reserves
the right to revoke any and all
bids at said sale.
HAYWOOD COUNTY BOARD OF
By Jack Messer.
No. 1216 Aug. 13-20-27-Sept, 3
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
W. P. DeSHAZO, if alive or if
dead, his heirs at law, and his
wife, if any, by whatever name
she may be known. .
The defendants, W. P. DeChazo,
if alive or if dead, his heirs at
law, and his wife, if any, by what
ever name she may be known, will
take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commenc
ed in the Superior Court of Hay
wood County, North Carolina, to
foreclose liens for taxes due Hay
wood 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 Court
house in Waynesvile, North Car-
contains the gams vrindDal insrs-
dient which' has enabled its older olina, within thirty (30) days after
brother BLACK-DRAUGHT to gfre (the 14th day of September, 1942,
so many users such satisfying re
lief, zor so many yean I
Perhaps that's why It usually
gives a child such refreshing relief
when the familiar symptoms indi
cate laxative is needed, v
8TRUP OF BLACK-DRAUGHT
comes in I sixes. The introductory
else Is nj the economy sue is Me,
and answer or demur to the Com
plaint of said action or the plaintiff
will apply to the eourt for the relief
demanded in said Complaint.
This the 12th day of August,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court,
No. 1218 Aug 13-20-27-Sept. 3
A Week Of The War
Admiral William D. Leahy, the
icf nf staff, in a ra
dio broadcast August 9, said "this
war will probaly be long, n win
k. tVi tniKrheat. hardest, most mer
ciless war we have ever fought. It
calls for the united power ol every
American, in uniform and out of
uniform, on the firing line and on
the production line. :. . I have no
doubt of America s decision,
Tn a irnriil review of the war
situation, the office of War Infor
mation said June production of
nlanea fell slightly be
hind schedule, despite the fact that
the U. S. made more planes man
anv other eountrv in the world.
The same was true of tanks, of
most tvnen of artillerv. and of naval
vessels, the OWI said. Because of
enemy submarine activity, the office
said, it probably will be well into
1943 before we equal merchant
shipping as of December 7, 1941.
THE WAR FRONT
The navy announced "United
States and other forces have at
tacked enemy installations in
the Southeast part of the Solomon
Islands in force and the attacks
are continuing." Later the navy
said "considerable . enemy .. resis
tance has been encountered iand it
is still too early to "announce re
sults or to estimate either our own
or enemy losses." '. Gen. MacAr
thurs headquarters in Australia
reported August 10 that allied
planes from Australia were main
taining a 24-hour-a-day offensive
over the entire zone in support
of the attack against the Solomon
Islands. The navy also reported
U. S. naval forces "bombarded
enemy ships and shore establish
ments at Kiska" in the Aleutians,
simultaneously with the begin
ning of the attack on the Solomon
Maj. Gen. Clark, commanding
general of U. S. ground forces in
Britain, said the U. S. army is
sending "picked combat divisions"
to Britain and "the sooner a sec
ond front could be opened the
SABOTAGE AND SUBVERSIVE
The White House announced six
of the eight Nazi saboteurs land
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