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AY, AUGUST 20, 1942 (ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY)
TOE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
c FRYING SUMMONS
ffS SUPERIOR COURT.
cnsTER derrick and
?Sttie a. derrick
1 VORGAN. Trustee ana
,Lnts. J. Webster Der-
I". Rottie A. Derrick,
l nd lIe-
notice that an actiin en-
H" . ... km hppn pom.
ko has been com-
the Superior Court of
. 1 wrtl. Carolina
Ttood (.ouni.v, , '
liens for taxes due
j rnntv: and said de-
ts Will 'uuu" w
:Lv are required to appear
kf Office of the Clerk of the
ne . nf.AA countv at
rcourthou? in . Waynesville
U Carolina, witnin uiirty iau
r the 31st day of August,
I; ana answer on demur to the
'Jiff will apply-to the court
.l ruiipf demanded in said
-i;-nt ot .sum ov'w"
1 the 29th day of July, 1942,
1st. Clerk of Superior Court,
vwod County. .
NOTICE OF SALE
IN' THE SUPERIOR COURT.
YW00D CUUINTX ana
1 i.xTTCrTT T TP
Litt Et Vir. Et Al.
Lvr and bv virtue of a judg
lit made and entered in the abeve
;e in the Superior court oi
wood County, dated July 13th
i the undersigned Commission
will, on the 31st day of Au-
1942, at eleven o clock a. m.
lie door of the Haywood Coun
rourt House, in Waynesville,
nh Carolina, sell at public
tion to the highest bidder lor
ih subject to the confirmation
the Court, the property here
kter described, located in Way
Township, Haywood Coun-
and more particularly describ
FIRST TRACT: In the Town
Waynesville, and the new plat
eof and known as Lot No. 119
said plat made by Capt. Ram
BEGINNING at the South
corner of the Hilliard lot on
In Street and runs North with
iard's line thirteen poles and
links to a stake: thence South
r.ty-six E. six poles and ten links
stake; thence South two de
kes E. twelve poles and twelve
S.s to a stake on Mam Street;
nee to the BEGINNING.
ECOXD TRACT: Lying and
g in the Town of - Waynesville
being Lots Nos. 1 and 2 of the
and subdivision of what is
n as the 'Temple Lot" as
le and sub-divided by J. W.
er, C. E., August, 1920. and
rh said map is duly of record
e office of the Register of
d of Haywood County in Map
H. page . and which
lots herein conveyed are more
icularly described as follows,
it: BEGINNING at a Rrk
.toe margin of Main Street, corn-
un xo. d, and running thence
lo E. 54 feet to a stake.
p to the McCracken home
thence runninc N AR' W
i the line of tt MrrVn.lrti W
I feet to a stako
No. 30; thence S. 84" 15' W. 48
w a stake, rear corner of lot
a;, thence running with the
"Hot No. 3, S. 2 25' E. 202
w a stake in the margin ol
reet, the BEGINNING
PfW this 30th day of July,
A. T. WARD,
1214 Aug. S-13-20-27.
Don't Neglect Thm 1
Jvttur, dai.jnM the kidney, to do
,0 Their tMk t keep the
m cmpuntiM. The act of living Uf,
wJj' .,kldney ut remove from
Wbr?',00 heth endure.
N,,. kxJneyi.ftil to function
ttt my Cftuse body-wide die
WWteSt f1, 'u?m niB bck.che,
wSSJ ?dce.ttclii of dizzineee,
S thll B,ht. "!. puffin
VSkT7?' buraiK Pe.
ywwiS" 'Jur,her evidence of kid-
ai KP" treetmen
P ridS medlcm to help the kidneve
iU.'!? PoUonoue body waet.
doiS6 Pbl'e approval. Are
'WTs.ih .coV,ntr'r over. Inaiat on
"i Sold at all drua .tor
TRY IT NOW I
.Take your suite or dresses
Jand give them a check
littU ' ' tney're looking a
worn and dirty aren't
nartl3ust 8end tttm to us
yon n,we "turn them
ont know that they're
r, Eft nes colo"
fabric if r' aBd CTen e
t c looks "ewer!
Try t nowl
I 3 Generations
The Leinhouser famfly Is doing its ihars to fulfill th request of Presi
dent Roosevelt for eight billion tons of merchant shipping in 1942.
Chris Leinhouser (left), one of the oldest employees at the Sun Ship
budding and Dry Dock Company, Chester, Pa works side by side with
rvfJl'-? to Vnri,a?nd his fc?ndson, Otto, Jr. In World War I,
Chris was employed at the same yard building ships to best the Kaiser!
WMM Watnf " y w" fighting oversew. In
World War II, th Leinhouser trio is building tankers for ths Maritime
Commission's Victory Fleet (Central Pru)
551 Men From Local
Draft Board Were In
Service On July First
Editor's Note Last week w
published several hundred of. the
551 names of men from the local
draft board who entered service
prior to July first. Today we are
completing the list. Names of
those entering since that date will
be published soon.
Ralph Lee Rhinehart, R-l, city.
Dick Moody, R-2, city.
Lawrence L. Moody, Hazelwood
George W. Rickman, R-l, city.
Cread Roberts, city.
Clyde M. Robinson, Lake Juna-
Grover K. Robinson, Hazelwood.
James Edmond Robinson, R-2,
Mack E. Robinson, Hazelwood.
Warren Ernest Robinson, R-l,
John Walker Rogers, R-l, Clyde.
Marcus Russell Rogers, R-l,
William Richard Rogers, Fines
James Alexander Rose, city.
Floyd M. Sanders, city.
Fagg Fredrick Sawyer, city.
William Dexter Sawyer, city.
Earl T. Scates, Hazelwood.
Glen H. Scruggs,' city. '
Milford Ray Scruggs, Hazel-
Joseph Loyd Scruggs, Hazel-
Hascal Mark Sentelle, R-l, city.
Paul S. Sheehan, city.
Talmadge L. Sheehan, city.
Joe G. Shipley, Hazelwood.
William C. Shook, R-2, city.
Cecil E. Singleton R-2, city.
Robert Love Sloan, city.
Robert L. Sloan, city.
Samuel J. Sloan, city.
Rufus E. Smathers, R-l, city.
Jack E. Smith, Hazelwood.
Alver Kenneth Spiyey, city.
David Sullins Stentz, city.
William A. Stiles, R-l, city.
Burke Clarence Stillwell, Hazel-
Francis David Sullivan, city.
Thurman C. Suttles, Joe.
Dowzell Medfprd Swayngim, R-2,
city. . .
Fred Swayngim, R-l, city.
Joseph Commodor Swayngim,
R-2, city. .
Wallace Numan Tate, R-2, city.
Henry Charles Terell, R-l, city.
William Francis Toohey, Hazel-
John Harry Trembly, Hazel-
Paul R. Truitt, Hazelwood.
William Van Toy, R-2, city.
Harold Junior Troutman, Hazel-
John Rufus Trull, R-l, city,
Hilliard Atkin Turpin, city.
Arnold V. Warlick, R-l, city.
Burnett Alvin Webb, R-l, Clyde.
Robert Hiram Welch, R-l, city.
Harry Edward West, R-l, city.
Earl Alexander Whisenhunt,
Billy Russell Williams, City.
John Frank William, R-2, city.
Wiley Williams, R-l, city.
Grey C. Winchester, R-l, city.
Robert H. Winchester, R-l, city.
Ernest Lee Withers, Jr., city.
Jack Walton Wright, eity.
Kenneth Earl Wright, city.
Jack Wyatt, R-l, city.
Robert H. Wright, city.
Clarence Roy Wyatt, R-l, city.
Randolph R. Wyatt, Dellwood.
Henry Leonard Woodard, Hazel-
Mtnthorne Woolsey Reed, city.
John Kinred Reeves, Lake Juna
luska. Ray H, Moody, Hazelwood.
Charles Winston Moore, Hazel
wood. Rufus Leonard Rector, Hazel-
Joe Moore, Jr., city.
Joseph Earl Moore, R-l, city.
Kenneth H. Moore, Hazelwood,
Paul Henry Moore, R-l, city.
Samuel R. Morris, R-2, city.
John Tilson Morrow, Cove Creek,
V 'Mam L. Morrow, R-2, city.
Al "t Mull, R-l, city.
Junior Granville Mull, R-l, city,
Paul M. Mull, R-l, city.
Allan K. Murray, city.
Ulysses Jannis McClure, R-l
Woodrow Wilson McClure, R-2
Corban Melvin MeCIure, Hazel
Lewis Randal McCracken, R-2,
Roy Bryson McCracken, city,
Wayne Battle McCracken, R-l
Paul William McElroy, city.
Robert C. McGaha, R-l, city.
Eli Kennedy McGee, city.
Henry Edgar Nelson, R-l, city,
Charles Fredrick Nichols, city,
William Elax Nichols, Jr., R-l
Nathan Norman, R-l, city.
Johnnie Jones Norris, city.
Leroy Manning Parkman, city,
Jack I'arton, Dellwood.
Chan Payne, R-2, city.
Wallace William Peek, R-l, city,
Creed Phillips, Waterville.
John H. Phillips, R-2, city.
John Hardin Phillips, R-2, city,
James Hugh Pless, R-l, city.
George Ellis Plott, R-l, city.
George Fred Plott, R-l, city.
Herbert M, Plott, Jr., R-2, city,
Turner Price, Waterville.
William Edgar Plott, Canton.
Grady David Quinn, city.
R. L. Rathbone, R-l, city.
Another Osborne Cow
Sets Official Record
A new record, exceeding the
average of the Guernsey breed for
her age and class has jURt been
completed by a four-year-old cow,
Fisty of Belmont View of Canton,
tested and owned by II. Arthur
Her official record supervised by
the North Carolina State College
and announced by the Amerioan
Guernsey Cattle Club is 11,650.6
pounds of milk and 590.7 pounds
of butter fat in class C,
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
SELMA JEANETTE CLARK.
The defendant above ; named Will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced irt
the Superior Court ; of Haywoed
County, N. C, by the plaintiff
acrainst the defendant for an ab
solute divorce on statutory grounds,
and the defendant will take fur
ther notice that she is required to
appear before the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Haywood Coun
ty, in Waynesville, N. C, on or
before 30 days from the 17th day
of September, 1942, and answer or
demur to the complaint filed in this
. The defendant will further take
notice that if he fails to answer
or demur to the complaint within
the time required by law, the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint,
namely, an absolute divorce.
Given under my hand and seal
this the 14th day of August, 1942.
, KATE WILLIAMSON,
Asst. Clerk of Superior Court of
Haywood County, N. C.
No. 12fi Aug. 20-27-Sept 3-10.
Local Board Grants
During Past Week
Fifteen persons out of the list
of applicants applying for tires,
recaps and tubes received favorable
action from the decision of the
local rationing board during the
The list included the following:
H. H. Price, Cove Creek, hauling
logs and wood, 1 truck tire; C. S.
Green, of Clyde, route 1, hauling
logs, wood and lumber, 2 truck
tires; West Mining Company, of
Waynesville, mining, 2 truck tires.
Pet Dairy Products, Waynesville,
wholesale food haulers, 4 truck
tires and 4 truck tubes; Waynes
ville Laundry, of Waynesville,
hauling laundry for TV A, 2 truck
tires; Anderson Transfer, of Way
nesville, common carrier, 2 truck
tires and 2 truck recaps.
W. T. Moody, Waynesville, haul
er of logs and wood, 4 truck re
caps; Vaughn Palmer, of Waynes
ville, transportation workers on
defense projects, 2 bus recaps; Pet
Dairy Products, Waynesville whole
sale food hauler, 1 truck recap.
State highway patrol, of Way
nesville, state patrol duty, 2 pass
enger tires; C. W. Minett, Waynes
ville, rural mail carrier, 1 passen
ger tire; M. O. Galloway, Lumber
ing operations, 1 passenger recap.
Salvation Army, of Waynesville,
Salvation Army work, 2 passenger
recaps; J. Yates Bailey, of Way
nesville, farm security administra
tion, 1 passenger recap; Glenn S.
McCracken, of Clyde, route 1, farm
supervision, 1 passenger recap.
Constant warfare must be wag
ed against insects which attack the
vast quantities of foods stored to
feed America's army.
Will Build A Stronger Nation
These Firms Will Heip Yu Get Maximum Benefits From Regular
Activities and Playtime Opportunities
Time to Cook with Gas
th Perfect Fuel
Economical Clean Quick
Essotane Metered Service
City oaa convenience InitalJed anywhere
Brading Gas Service
For Invisible Soleing Try Our
Newest Modern Stitcher
For Fine Printing
DA1II FOR HEALTH
OVIIL AND FUN!
Gents lc until 8:00 then
2 for 25c
Aeroea frem Post Office '
Specializes on Tourist Wants
Quality Sodas .
I ONLV WANT THE J
( PIECES THAT YOU, jr '
North Carolina farmers who still nio gathering scrap metal on
their farms for use in the nation's steel mills are cautioned not to
sell for scrap any pieces which are usable for farm purposes. The
North Carolina USDA War Board, with headquarters at State Col
lege, says many pieces of scrap metal often contains parts which
may be used in repairing farm machinery. The board says, however,
that every bit of scrap nut usable for other purposes is vitally needed
in making arms and munitions to fight the Axis, and should be placed
in trade channels as rapidly as possible. The scrap collection cam
paign will continue for the duration. It is no more a one-week or
one-month campaign than the war is a one-week or one-month con
flict, the board points out. See Advertisement on page 12.
SCHEDULE OF BOATS ON LAKE JUNALUSKA
Big Boat Cherokee
Runs 5:00 7:00 - 9:15 25c and 15c
' Will Run Anytime on Request for Party of 10 or More
MOTOR BOATS $1.00 per hour. New Johnson Motors
ROW BOATS 25c per hour. 75c half day, $1.25 day
RATES WEEKLY MONTHLY SEASON
One Lot Used Treadle and Electric
Singer Sewing Machines
Also Some Stock Left of New Machines
Repairs . :
All type sewing machines repaired. Special price for
month of August.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
SALES AND SERVICE
Waynesville 34 3-J
C O N
DR. R. KING HARPE
125 Main Street
Breakfast Plats Lunch
SUNDAY DINNER FOR
S U LT
Caattm, N. C
THE ENTIRE FAMILY
For Service First Satisf actio Always
' , ."' ...-.'
In the Basement of the Boyd Building
Entrance through th Boyd Furniture
On Monday, September 14, 1942,
at eleven o'clock, A. M. at ths
court house door in Waynesville,
Haywood County, N. C-, I will
offer for sale at public outcry to
the highest bidder for cash the
following lands and premises, sit
uate in Crabtree Township, Hay
wood County, N. C, to-wit:
That certain tract or parcel of
land particularly described in a
deed bearing date of January 10,
1918, irom R. M. Ferguson, et ur,
to C. R. Francis, recorded in Book
49, at page 519, Haywood County
Registry, and containing 48
acres, more or If ss, to which deed
and record ref rence is hereby
made for a more particular de
scription. . ,
EXCEPTING, however, from
said tract that certain tract con
taining 714 acres, more or less, de
scribed in deed from C. R. Fran
cis, et ux, to Grover C. Noland,
dated Jan. , 1923, and record
ed in Book 59, at page 349, Hay
wood County Registry, and,
EXCEPTING therefrom that
portion of the tract conveyed by
the parties of the first part to S.
H. Green, et ux, and to Jack Mes
ser by deeds dated August 9, 1938,
and recorded in office of Register
of Deeds of Haywood County,
which lies on the North side of
Crabtree Creek, reference beinsr
made to said deeds for a more par
ticular description of said exceptions.
Sale made pursuant to the power
and authority vested in me by that
certain deed of trust dated August
15, 1938, executed by Ellen Francis
and recorded in Book 47, page 163,
Haywood County Registry, to
which instrument and record refer
ence is hereby made for all the
terms and conditions thereof.
This August 12, 1942.
A. T. WARD.
No. 1219 Aug. 20-27-Scpt. 3-10
100 1-Grain Tablets
For All Sweetening Purposes
Drug and Grocery Stores
Green Tree Tea
is now located at the Dining
Room of the
Bring the family down
enjoy a meal of delicious
food that has made Green
Tree Tea Room famous.
Green Tree Tea
"Your Meeting Place"
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