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More than 1,500 North Carolina
firms, employing 360,000 persona,
have adopted payroll deduction
plans for war bond buying.
Fashion writers refer to a static
silhouette. That is as unintellig
ible to us as that other kind of
static the radio variety.
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
VS. , ,
SALLIE A. ATKINSON, if she
be alive, if not her heirs at law
and her husband, if any, by
whatever name he may be known.
Under and by virtue of a judg
ment in the above entitled cause
in the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, on Au
gust 24, 1942, the undersigned
Commissioner will on the 28th day
of September, 1942, at 12 o'clock
Noon at the Courthouse Door of
Wavnesville. Haywood County,
North Carolina, sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
subject to the confirmation of the
court, the following described real
property, located in Waynesville
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina, and more particularly
described as follows:
A certain lot or parcel of land
situate in the Town of Southern
Assembly, Haywood County, State
of North Carolina, fully described
in "The Index Map of the lands of
the Southern Assembly" as lots
Nos. 67, 68 and 69, Block Thirteen,
which map is recorded in rec
ords of maps No. A, page 1, 3, 6
and 7 to which record reference is
hereby made for a more perfect
description of the lands and prem
ises therein conveyed.
Being the same land conveyed
by H. M. North to Sallie A. At
kinson, by deed dated the 6th day
of August, 1919, and recorded in
Deed Book 54, page 40, Office of
Register of Deeds for Haywood
County, North Carolina.
This the 26th day of August,
No. 1226 Aug. 27-Sept 3-10-17
At New Army Hotel
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State College Hints
By Ruth Current, State Home
Demonstration Agent N. C.
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THE WAYNESVILLE MUUHTA1m.u
Suotrlies at U. 3. Pacific Base
(ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY) THURSDAY SEPt
MlB'V .fc. III! 4 ' v .to. jL
Delighted with the prospect of be
ing quartered in the Congress Hotel
in Chicago, Corp.' Bennett Coons is
shown receiving his room key from
Bernice Pelton. The Congress and
Stevens Hotels are being rented by
the federal government and will
eventually house 20,000 men of th
MAN IS DIVORCED FROM
You cannot have your cake and
eat it too. Everybody knows that.
In San Diego, Calif., Llewellyn
Davis and Mrs. Davis have come
to the parting of the ways just for
The judge granted Davis a di
vorce after he told his sad story.
It seems that Mrs. Davis was
baking a cake. In fact she had
just finished putting on the icing.
Just then Davis came in and
asked when dinner would be
Now he has revised the old say
Tho fnilnwinc tins ar offered on
taking care of various kinds of
; Smooth leathers, such as calf
and kid use i cream polish, liquid
polish, or wax polish that con
tains no turpentine. Turpentine
dries out leather. Natural-colored
cream may be used on .all shades
of leather, but will not cover wa
ter stains as will colored cream.
Patent leather changes from
hot to cold, or vice ' versa, cause
patent leather to Crack. The first
time you wear a pair of "patent"
shoes, rub them briskly with a
cloth to warm them. Then bend
your feet to limber shoes while
they are still warm. Each time
you put on patent leather shoes,
warm the leather a little with the
nnlm nf vour hand. Use patent
.leather cream or oil polish that
'contains no turpentine, use even
that sparingly. Wrap shoes in
' cotton wadding or clean cloth when
you are not wearing them,
j Gabardine clean with a brush
nnd a carbon tetrachloride clean
er, which you can buy under trade
names at most stores. If your
shoes are wool gabardine, protect
them aarainst moths as you do
other wool clothing.
Klasticized fabric these stretcn
ablA shoe materials are ruined by
ordinarv frabric cleaners. Get a
r-lpnnpr recommended lor this
fabric. Read the directions on the
bottle and follow them.
Pntl.nn farhrio-tolav shoes if
the materials are good quality and
colorfast, you can clean them suc
cessfully with a brush and mild
soap and water. Ask about col-
orfastness when you buy this type
Cleanliness is important for
successful canning. Even the dish
rlnfhs shmiU hp free from crease
and dirt. The food to be canned,
utensils, and the porch or room
should be clean.
You cainnot have your cake
Among Other Good Buys You Will
The FOOD STORE
P A LM 0 L I VE - - - 3 for 200
SUPER SUDS large - - - - 25J
K L E K large -11
OCTAGON SOAP - - 4 for 190
OCTAGON TOILET SOAP - - 50
OCTAGON POWDER - - - - 50
OCTAGON CLEANSER - - - 50
OCTAGON GRANULATED - - -100
The FOOD STORE
Did you know; (1) That beef
heart has more minerals' and vita
mins than lean meat; (2) That
kidneys and brains of meat ani
mals have more vitamins than lean
meat; (3) That you get more for
your money when you buy en
riched flour or enriched bread.
TOW - rjsfsv Jfcsg-,
TIME L Y
Question: When should fall
vegetables be planted?
Answer: The time to plant is
determined by the hardiness of the
vegetables and the length of time
they require to mature. The ten
jor nnPR. Knch as tomatoes and
snap beans, will not stand any
frost, while some of the cool sea
son crops, such as kale and mus
tard, will withstand the early
lighter frosts. Tomatoes, collards,
and cabbage may be planted as
late as July 15 and snap beans as
late as September. Mustard and
spinach should go into the ground
not later than September 15.
These two lighters pull up alongside a cargo boat loaded wth suppliea
to be taken ashore to one of the U. S. outposts in the Pacific lnes
bases offer excellent jumping' off spots for United States forces in
counter-attacking the Japs. This is a phonephoto.
Question: What are some of the
more essential needs in the Na
tion's Food-for-Freedom program?
Answer: We need: 1 billion
pounds of peanuts and soybean oil,
or enough to fill tank cars to reach
all the way across the United
States and back; enough hogs to
make a polid processidn, two
abreast, snout to tail, clear around
the world; enough eggs so that if
a person broke one every second,
it would require 1,600 ' years to
break them all; and enough 10
gallon filled milk cans to .'build 25
pyramids the size of the great
pyramid of Egypt. ;."-'.. ' '-
is said to add iff
women's hose e lad
I Pitch horshTT ,
eight shoes andVo H
as much steel as
. NOTICE SERViJTcpJ
BY PUBl irJlA
NORTH CAROLIN A
( IN THE SUlWoRc
KUTH B. McGRUDEB .
husband, CHES G Jter?
DER, and Town of Si"
I The dpf t-nrlarfr t .
Grader and husband, ChLl
Grader, will take if j
action pntit . , M
commenced n tK c... 0,5
of Haywood County, Qi
V. iu"'Jse liens
dun Havu- I r
defendants will funher
tice that'thfv o '
, -' require f
pear at the Office of the CJ
v..c tuuri oi said .
at the Courthouse in Wa
North Carolina !.!.:. .fr
days after the 5th day of qJ
" utmur to tte
iiciiit ui aaju aciioq or the
tiff tirill sirij., it
.... tu lne Mt,
the relief demanded in saij
This the 2nd dav nf st
vicik oupenor Cotr;
No. 1233-Sept. 3-10-17-J
More vitamin C is needed in the
diet. Tomato juice is an excel
lent source of vitamin C. Tomato
thrown in your face and eat it
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
f BY PUBLICATION rj .
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
A. E. KELLAM, if alive, or, if
dead, his heirs at law and his
wife, if any, by whatever name
she may be known.
The defendants, A. E, Kellam,
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 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 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
28th day of Sept., 1942, and an
swer or demur to the Complaint
of said action or the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief
demanded in said Complaint.
This the 26th day of Aug., 1942.
Assjt. Clerk Superior Court,
No. 1225 Aug. 27. Sept. 3-10-17
Greetings To Those
Who Help Us BuUd
TT IS with genuine pride that we extend greet-
ings to those who have helped so much in the
building of our business and who have worked
with us so harmoniously; at all times.
Underwood WoueBty Tg-Company
juice is easy to can. I
(1) To preserve the na ural
flavor and color, use knives of
stainless steel and avoid ut nsils
of copper, brass, and iron.
(2) Use fully ripe tomatnos.
(3) Wash, remove core, and cut
into small pieces.
(4) Precook tomatoes until
soft.; Do not boil.
(5) Put softened torn .r,e.i
through a sieve to remove seds.
(6) Reheat the juice to boiling
(7) At the simmei ini' p int,
add one teaspoon of salt for each
quart of juice.
State of North Carolina on Re
lation of Zelline Walker
N. H. Walker, principal and E.
H. Walker, J. R. Rogers, J. L.
Walker and J. P. Hawkins, sureties.
IN RE INTEREST OF N. H.
WALKER IN THE MINERAL
INTEREST IN 133 ACRES OF
THE S. B. REDMOND LAND on
Wilkins Creek, Fines Creek Town
ship, Haywood County, North
Deed from W. C Hill to S. M-
Redmond, dated July 3, 1888 re
corded in Book "X," page 382,
record of deeds of Haywood Coun
ty and conveying the following de
scribed tract of land, to-wit:
Lying and being in Fines Creek
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina, on the East side of Pig
eon River, on Wilkins Creek side
of said creek and runs thence S.
74" E. two poles to a white oak;
thence North 74 poles to a white
oak; thence N. 80 E. 100 poles
to a white oak; thence N. 30 E.
100 poles to a chestnut oak; thence
S. 80" E. 74 poles to a stake; thence
25 W. 158 poles to a stake;
thence S. 78" W. 165 poles to a
stake; thence N. 13 poles to the
beginning, containing 133 acres
more or less. Reserving, howev
er, to the said W. C. Hill, his heirs
and assigns all the minerals and
mineral interests, with mining
rights and privileges therein.
By deed dated March Zl, 1900,
recorded in book No. 12, page 451,
record of deeds of Haywood Coun
ty, the said W. C. Hill conveyed
to E. H. Walker, Fannie McCrack
en, N. P. Walker, Mary L. Walker,
W. M. Walker, J. L. Walker, A.
Walker, Eva L. Walker, and
Robert L. Walker all the right, title
and interest of the said W. C. Hill
in and to the above described land,
and referring to the book and
page record of the above men
tioned deed from Hill to S. M.
Redmond for description of same.
Then in his last will and testa
ment the above named E. H. Walk
er willed to his eight children,
share and share a like, his one
ninth interest in the above describ
ed mineral interests; and N. H.
Walker, being one of the 8 chil
dren is entitled to 1-8 of 1-9 of
said mineral interest.
In Haywood County, N. C.y in
Clyde Township and described as
Being Lots Nos. 31, 32 and 7 and
fi -,f the I. P. Hawkins land in. the
Town of Clyde, Haywood County,
N. C, as per map and survey by
the J. R. Reagan, engineer, August,
1923, which map and record in
the office of the Register of Oeeds
of Haywood County, N. C, in
Book of Maps "B," indext "H" and
is hereby referred to for a com
plete description of the same.
Being the prdperty that was
conveyed to N. H. Waker as re
corded in Book 88, page 658, rec
ord of deeds for Haywood County,
N. C. '..' " 'V "
The above described property
will be offered for sale to the
highest bidder on the 6th day of
October.' 1942. at 12 m. at, the
court house door in the Town of
Waynesville., , Kaywood County,
State of North Carolina.
R. V. WELCH, Sheriff
of Haywood County,
No. 1232 Sept 8-10-17-24
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