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, DV, SEPT. 3, 1942 (ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY)
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
reWed favorable a
here during the
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A ,A rn-aD and
. jYj Howell MO
v Kennev. " J
P& hauling, 2 track w
P Carver, W.ynesvUk
truck recap; oie
T ri..A route 1. J
r'r'r.aD. 2 truck
L, l iru-
f ' l, tuVioa
Pfl . nassenger re-
tnction 3 truck recaps; How tis, Haielwood, fuel hauling, 2
Ijacuu . common I
John Hail, Jr., WaynesvUle, haul
ing aeiense workers to defense
job, 2 passenger recaps.
" " ' " J I MHJUVOIUIB,
hauling workers, 1 truck recap; J.
O XT 11 -I i , ,
o. aaricu, v-uvc reea,, larm naui
ino 2 trapk rwnin' Tmnol St, an.
pard, WaynesvUle, farm hauling,
4 J 1 T I .IT T1
i irucjs. recap ; ram w . r erguson,
Clvde. farm hanlino- 1 tmMr ro.
cap; Howard J. Truitt, Hazelwood,
i i i i - .
mrm ana tuet naming, l irucK re
cap. Ben J. Sloan. Wavnesville. heat.
ing maintenance, 2 passenger re
caps; J. m. wooaard, Hazelwood,
minister, 1 passenger recap and 1
passenger tube; Jim Queen, Way-
nesvuie, transporting wommen W
lumbering operation, 2 passenger
recaps; W. A. Smathers, Waynes
vUle, farm hauling, 2 truck re
caps. Rufus Smathers. Wavnesville.
farm hauling, 1 truck recap; N. I
r rAM4. - r1 j t-
U VCJh Ul VUUBCl VgblUIl ttllU uc
velopment, WaynesvUle, hauling 1
nsn lood, z trucK recaps; jess Uur
He Keeps a Lonely Vigil
C WaynesvUle, common
Ett,2 Hal"gord. minister, 1
L v.i WaynesviUe, super-
Lf canning. 2 passenger
L. Rudolph HoUaus, Waynes-
iefense work, 1 passenger
, Weill, WaynesvUle, de
work 2 passenger recaps;
t e. Kennedy, WaynesvUle,
i' i:r, 1 nasseneer recap.
nauiu'6 r "... .
V. Welch, WaynesvUle, sher-
pitMnger recaps, 1 v"
a" t Lee. WaynesvUle, haul-
Lm produce, 2 passenger re-
G C. rlooper, vvBycav"j,
lanic in deiense pianw f
L...nc. K N. Palmer, Way-
Ci. nnblic transportation, 1
aiiti, r ,
Itire, 1 bus tuDe, . pbsschkci
Is, and 2 passenger moea
IN THE SUPERIOR CUUKT
niVlS as euardian of
t a HENDERSON, WHIT
iDERSON, and TOWN OF
LWpnHants. W. C. Davis, as
r- ' . ,
kian of Emma Henderson, ana
t Henderson, will take notice
m letion entitled as above has
Mmmpnced in the Superior
w : r -
h nf Havwood County. Nortn
dins, in foreclose liens for tax.
lie Haywood County; and said
Indantfl will further take note
thev are required to appear
ft. Office of the Clerk of the
rior Court of said county at
Courthouse in WaynesvUle.
Ith Carolina, within thirty (30)
after the Zlst day ol Sept.,
and answer or demur to the
iDlaint of said action or the
fctiffwill apply to the court for
relief demanded in said Com
lit the 20th day of Aug., 1942.
sst. Clerk Superior Court, Hay
. 1224 Auk. 27 Sept 3-10-17
truck recaps; Homer Trantham,
Clyde, route 1, farm hauling, 2
truck recaps ; Jess Fulbright, Way-
nesviiie, I arm naming, l truck recap.
Town of Wavnesville. Wavnes-
vUle, electric department, 2 truck
recaps; Town of WaynesvUle, po
lice car, 1 passenger recap, and 1
passenger tube; C. r. Muse, Way
nesvUle, fuel hauling, 2 truck re
caps; Rev. Vincent J. Mahoney,
WaynesvUle, minister, 2 passenger
recaps; Carroll Glance, Clyde,
hauling defense workers, 2 station
Lowdermilk Bros., WaynesvUle,
highway construction, 4 truck re
caDs : W. E. Green. Clvde. route
1, lumbering operations, 2 truck
recaps; Grace Lumber Mills,
Lake Junaluska. lumbering oper
ations, 2 truck recaps, 6 truck
tires and 5 truck tubes; Pet Dairy
Products, WaynesvUle, wholesale
food hauler. 3 truck tires. 3 truck
tubes, and 2 truck recaps.
State hichwav department. Ha
zelwood, highway construction, 12
truck recaps; Underwood Lumber
and Supply Company, WaynesvUle,
haulinsr lime, lumber and fuel. 5
truck tires, 6 truck tubes, and 1
truck recap; Connie Muse, Hazel
wood, fuel hauler, 3 truck recaps;
WaynesvUle Hardware, Waynes
vUle, feed fertilizer and farm
We do really fine laun
ring at very thrifty prices
on can afford. Work
othes no matter how
imy-come up fresh and
otless with our thorough
rhing methods. Let us
the family's clothing,
hsehold articles, and all
Hatwork, too. We'll
!P you get rid of Wash-
Man' best friend prove his faithfulness once Uu ThU time the
dog's name is "Mose." He's the pet of Salvatore Femiano, 67, of Boston,
who was struck by a navy truck and takeu to th hospital in Boston,
Mass. He it shown near h-s master't pushcart, altingr his r
equipment, 2 truck recaps.
Charles W. towards, Waynes
vUle, farm hauling, 2 truck recaps;
Frank Curtis, Hazelwood, fuel
hauler, 2 truck recaps; R. H.
Boone, WaynesvUle, farm hauler,
3 truck recaps and 1 truck tube;
Massie Funeral Home, Waynes
vUle, ambulance service, 1 ambul
ance tire and 2 ambulance tubes;
Carr Lumber Company, Waynes
viUe, logging operations, 1 truck
tire and 1 truck tube.
W. R. Bradley, WaynesvUle,
farm hauler, 1 truck tire, 1 truck
tube: Jim KUhan. WaynesvUle,
wholesale laundry hauler, TV A, 2
truck tires and 2 truck tubes;
Boyd Wholesale, WaynesvUle,
wholesale food, 2 truck tires and
2 truck tubes: Lake Junaluska As.
sembly, police and water depart
ments, 2 truck tires
Ed Woodv. Cove Creek, log haul
ing, 1 truck tire ; WaynesviUe
Wholesale, WaynesvUle, wholesale
food. 1 truck tire and 1 truck tube;
Ralph E. Mills, WaynesvUle, high-
Liner Reunion Called
Off For The Duration
The Liner reunion, which was
scheduled to be held at Soco Gap,
has been called off, and no further
reunions will be held for the du
ration, it was announced this week
by Mrs. George Liner, secretary of
the organization. " ' .
way construction, 1 truck tire;
J. M. Caldwell, Mt. Sterling, trans
portation school chUdren, 1 truck
... . . r cti
tire and l trucK tuDe; jk, w. onee
han, DeUwood, log hauling, 2 truck
Newton H. Davis. WaynesvUle,
ice and fuel hauling, ! truck tire;
r. P. Davis. WavnesvUle. fuel
hauler, 1 truck tube, 1 truck tire;
J. D. Liner, WaynesvUle, luei
hauler. 1 truck tire and l irucx
tuhe? W. R. Ratcliff. WaynesviUe,
fuel hauler, 1 truck tire and 1
truck tube; Fred H. Moody, Way
nesviUe, log hauler, 1 trucK iudo,
1 truck tire.
Rufua Buff. WavnesvUle. log
hauler, 1 truck tire and 2 truck
tubes; C. V. Bell, WaynesvUle,
fuel hauler, 1 trucK vuDe ana i
truck tire; Lee Fry, Lake Juna
luska, log hauler, 2 truck tubes
and 2 truck tires ; Anderson Trans
fer, WaynesvUle, common carrier,
2 truck tubes and 2 truck tires;
N. C. Department of Conservation
and Development, WaynesvUle, for
est conservation, 2 truck tubes and
2 truck tires.
What we do for ourselves dies
with us. What we do for the
world lives with it.
W.N.C. Men Will
Replace Crew Of
Men from aU over Western
North Carolina will be honored on
Labor Day. when a mass enlist
ment ceremony wiU be held in the
Asheville city auditorium to re
place the crew of the U. S- S.
These men are volunteers from
every community in Western
North Carolina. Thev will be
sworn in by Lt. Charles B. Neely,
officer in charge of navy recruit
ing for North Carolina, ana will
be aent immediately to their train
ing station to become the future
guardians of the seas.
Over 160 men are needed In this
mua enlistment. Recruiters from
the AshevUle office will be in the
territory for the tmrnose of ex
plaining this program to Interest
ed men between the ages ox l( ana
All men in this district are urged
to come at once to the navy re
cruiting office In the basement oi
the Asheville post office building
and find out the interesting facts
about service with the navy, me
station is open every day including
Sunday, and men are urged to con
tact the recruiting officers at once.
Base pay for apprentice seamen
starts at $50 per month, plus all
food, clothing, and medical atten
tion Advancement is rapid and
the navv offers over 65 trade
schools. These schools are open
to all navy men.
Men who are interested in ma
... jti .
navy should write the Aanevui
station for a copy of the new
booklet, "Men Make the Navy."
DID YOU KNOW THAT
The cornerstone of the U. S.
capital building was laid Septem
ber 18, 1793.
TTntil 1832 a little known bat
!ntjtrejitina mot in the sub-base
ment of the Copitol was intended
as a tomb for the remains of
George and Martha Washington.
For You To Feel Well
li houra Try dajr. T dyi rmry
mak, uw topping, tta kidnajr Blur
mti auiUT from th blood.
II man poopla wm wmr of fcow taa
kldnry must coutastly rmo ur
plu rfuid, M Mid oth,r
b-.tur that cannot ta In th blood
without Injary to hoaltn. thm would
b bottor undoraunding of "
whol ayatam ia upaot whaa kldoaya faU
to lunetloB property.
Burning, acanty or too froquont urltia
tlon aometimaa warna that aoawtblne
la wrong. You may auffar Bagging bark
acha. badacha. diaainam. rhaumaUa
paina. gatttng up at !h.i"r"'D1,,:
Why not try Dooa a i'lU? You will
ba uaing a mrdlclna raeommandad tba
country ovar. loo' atimulata tha lune
tloa of tha kldnaya and halp tham to
fluah out polaonoua waata from tha
blood. Thay conUln nothing harmful.
Gat Hooa'a today. Uaa with oaafidaaoa.
At all drug atoraa.
At III Ul Ug
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK.
IN THE MATTER OF
W. R. FRANCIS, GUARDIAN
nv WOODROW McABEE.
TO FLOYD McABEE, SAM
MeABEE and SHUJr OKD mc
A BEE, BROTHERS OF
WOODROW McABEE, DE-
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
a citation dated the 4th day of
August, A. D., 1942, has been en
tered in the above entitiea cause
t.he undersifirned directing
that on or before the 15th day of
September, A. D., 1942, yo snow
cause, if any you have, wny tne ac
countings filed by W. R. Francis,
Guardian of Woodrow McAbee, in
these proceedings in the Office of
tYia iinHprKiVned are not true and
correct and why the said Order of
the Clerk of the Superior ourc
entered the 26th day of December,
1941, should not be deemed and
considered a final order dicharging
SAINT PAUL MERCURY IN
nrMMTTV r.nMPANY from all
IUiMi1l A w.... .
past, present and future liability
by reason of its suretysnip on ue
bond of W. R. Francis, uuaraian oi
vuArn MeAhee. and why it
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should not be considered and ad
judged that there is no liability oi
fioint Paul Mercury Indemnity
Company of any nature, kind or
character existing by reason oi its
suretyship on the said bona oi w
u irranri. fiuardian.
'it is further ORDERED that
this notice shall be published for
oimnomiive WppkS in BOTTie
newspaper of general circulation irt
the County of Haywooa, oiave oj.
North Carolina, and that said pub
oVioii he deemed service
of said show cause order on the
above named parties.
This the 4th day of August, A.
T 1 aAO
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk of Superior Court of Hay
wood County, North Carolina. :
No. 1221 Aug. 20-27-Sept.3-10
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LABOR and INDUSTRY
Canton Division Canton, N. C.
The Success of an Industry Is Dependent
Upon the Cooperation of Its Co - Workers
The Champion Paper and Fibre Company ex
tends to all its citizens of Haywood and vicinity
greetings, on this Labor Day and again expresses
its appreciation of the splendid spirit of cooper
ation which has characterized our cmc and in
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