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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, sept
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Red Cross Classes
In Nutritution To
Start On Friday
Nutrition classes are being
taught under the auspices of the
Haywood Chapter of the Red Cross,
and will be held on each Tuesday
and Friday in the courthouse. The
classes will be taught by Miss
'Marjorie McManus, vocational
home economics teacher of the
Waynesville! district high school.
Those who wish to take the
course are asked to enroll by Fri
day, and meet with the group for
the class which will be held at
' At a recent meeting of the class
the following officers were elected:
chairman, Mrs. Grover C. Davis;
secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Chas.
Miller; publicity chairman, Miss
Ellen Louise Killian.
Members of the class who have
enrolled to date include in addi
tion to the officers the following:
Miss Margaret Terrell, Mrs. Grace
C. Stamey, Miss Erma Patterson,
Miss Eula Patterson, Mrs. Robert
Gibson, Mrs., Ruth E, Green, Mrs.
J. 13. Siler, Mrs. Bonner Ray and
Mrs. S. P. Gay.
Mrs. Odie Haney, of Clyde, ope
rative case, is resting fairly well
Mrs. M. E. Morris, of Clyde,
medical case, is resting fairly well.
Miss Lillian Wheeler, of Canton,
medical case, is only fairly comfortable.
Mrs. James -Edwards, of Canton,
operative case, is better.
The condition of J. A. Rudolph,
of Balsam, medical case, is good,
George Scott, of Clyde, opera
tive case, is improving.
Miss Miriam Paxton, of Canton,
operative case, is resting more com
V. R. Elmore Appointed
In Park Service
W. R. Elmore, of Bryson City,
was notified during the week of
his appointment to the post of
resident commissioner fpr the
Great Smoky Mountains National
Park area, with headquarters in
Gatlinburg. He was sworn in on
He will try all cases pertaining
to violations in the park on both
the North Carolina and Tennes
see side, Mr.- Elmore has been,
chairman of the county board of
commissioners of Swain county
sjnce December, 1936. Mrs. Lois
Elmore was sworn in as chairman
until the end of his present term,
which expires in December.
Fines Creek News
Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
The regular quarterly meeting
of the Methodist Church will meet
Thursday night, September 24th
at the" Central Methodist Church,
Fines Creek. All the church offic
ials are urged to be present. The
regular message will be delivered
by the district superintendent, the
Rev. W. L. Hutchins.
Ed McCracken, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond McCracken, left last
Sunday for Young Harris, Ga.,
where he will enter Young Harris
College. He was accompianed by
his parents, and the Rev. Melton
Harbin, of Fines Creek.
the Havwood Countv Hospital were Mrs. C R. McCrary of Fines
the following: Leonard Boone, Mrs. I Creek, is under treatment pending
Walter Neal, Mrs. Plemmons and an operation at the Norburn Hos-
Baby John Allen, of Clyde, route
1, medical case, is resting fairly
I). U. Queen Heads
Hethel Chapter Of
Mark Commer, of Waynesville,
route 1, medical case is resting
Mrs. Ernest Truitt, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is better.
D. B. Queen was elected presi
dent oi tne tsetnei unapter ot the.tablv
J' uiure rarmers oi America at a
meeting of the group held during
the week. '
Others elected to . serve were:
vice president, Wilson Caldwell;
secretary, Roy Lanning; treasurer,
Francis Bager, and reporter, Way
Announcement was made that
the chapter now had a membership
of 75, the highest in the nine years
history of the organization.
Various committees were named
by the president for the coming
year's work. The selection of the
program for the year will be made
at the next meeting. A part of the
43 members of the 8th grade will
be taken into the chapter at that
Nelson Parker, of Clyde, opera
tive case, is resting more comfor-
baby, Mrs. W. , Hill, Miss Mar
garet Robinson, Mrs. Eugene but
ton, Baby Edwin Chambers, Mrs.
Robert Jordan and baby, Mrs.
Lynel Conard and baby.
Harley Seay, Arthur Pardue,
Miss Eunice Turpin, Mrs. W. B.
Henson, Miss Marietta Costner,
pital in Asheville.
Miss Edith Russell, daughter of
Mr. and Hrs. R. L. Russell of Fines
Creek, left last week for Greenville,
N. C;, where she will be enrolled
in an N Y. A. camp. She plans
Homer Green, Mrs. . John Parker 7. S1Z '
and baby, Master Charles Cathey, 111,1,1 f""'
J. W. Ledford, Mrs. Noland Pless, , ,, , , ,
T . iiriv Fletcher Trantham who holds a
Mrs. Lebo Murray, Mrs. William I ... . XT . XT, :no,,i
Brown and baby. Master Ronald f f' " T
Gardner, Mrs. Howard Summey
Mrs. Ben C. Neal, Willard Green,
Mrs. Rufus Buff and baby, Mrs.
Rube Jordan, Mrs. G. W. Howell,
Mrs. Creed Messer, Mrs. Beau-
ford Messer and baby, Mrs. How-
Mrs. Kathleen Parker, of Can- ard Messer, Ralph Whitaker, Mrs.
ton, operative case, is better.
Miss Edith Carver, of Clyde,
route 1, medical case, is resting
We do really fine laun
dering at very thrifty prices
you can afford. Work
clothes no matter how
grimy come up fresh and
spotless with our thorough
washing methods. Let us
do the family's clothing,
household articles, and all
the flat work, too. We'll
help you get rid of Wash
Master Chas. Donaldson, of Can
ton, operative case is improving.
Tillman Smith, Mrs. George Coch
ran, Miss Willie Rhinehart, W. F.
Sorrells, Mrs. Jim McElroy and
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Recce, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on September 14th.
Billie McCrary, who has been em
ployed at Newport News for some
rinnrU r ,.t w0- ' time is now visiung wren nis par
villo rnt 9 .... i .i r.u4. tj.. 'nis, ivir. ana Mrs. u. u. MOLrary,
resting fairly well. I Waynesville, announce the birth of hle !fC,a"y J?
a daughter on September 14th.
ing a few days with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Trantham, at
their home on upper Fines Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rathbone,
of Maple Spring Gap, recently had
a letter from their son, Fred, who
has been in service since February
and was the first letter they had
received from him since January
25th. He wrote them he was feel
ing fine and was stationed on an
island North of Australia.
'Master Billie Murray, of Can
ton, operative case, is improving.
Frank Bolden, of Dellwood, medi
cal case, is better.
Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Messer,
of Cove Creek, announce the birth
of a son on September 15th,
L. H. Hargrove, of Canton, ope
rative case, is improving.
Miss Nancy Winchester, of Haz-
elwood, operative case, is better.
Mr. and Mrs. John Parker, of
Waynesville, announce the birth of
a daughter on September 16th.
Among those discharged from
Mr. and Mrs, Harold Massie, of
Waynesville, announce the birth
of a daughter on September 17th.
Captain and Mrs. James Davis,
of Hazelwood, announce the birth
of a daughter on September 17th.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Brown, of
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, ; Waynesville, announce the birth of
his mother while she remains in
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sutton ar
rived Saturday of last week from
Newport News to spend a few days
a daughter on September 17th.
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
HAZEL T. COWAN
GEORGE M. COWAN, JR.
The above named defendant will
take notice that an action has been
commenced against him by the Mr. and Mrs. Pink Burress, of
piaintift lor the purpose of secur- Waynesville, route 1, announce the
ing an absolute divorce from him birth of a son'ori September 19th.
on tne grounds ot two years sepa-
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dunlap, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on September 17th.
ration; and the defendant will fur
ther take notice that he is requir
ed to appear at the office of the ' daughter on September 19th
uierK oi tne superior uourt or.
Haywood County not more than
thirty days from the 16th day Of
October, 1942, and answer or de
mur to the complaint filed in this
action, or the relief demanded by
the plaintiff will be granted.
This the 23rd day of September,
Assistant Clerk Superior Court.
No. 1239 Sept. 24 Oct, 1-8-15
Protection of Property in War Time!
In addition to the regular protection which you carry
against ordinary hazards, you need War Damage pro
tection. We can secure this type of policy for you from
the War Damage Corporation, a government agency,
which is the only way you can protect your property
against War Damage.
The L. N. DAVIS COMPANY
Phone 77 INSURANCE Main St.
Another Belk Special
Mr. and Mrs. Tate Troutman, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Caldwell,
of Maggie, announce the birth of
a daughter on September 19th.
Mr. and Mrs, McKay Fowler, of
Waynesville, announce the birth
of a daughter on September 21st.
The Wisconsin river gorge was
cut by a giant serpent, which bat
tered its way down from the north
country through masses of solid
rock, according to an Indian leg-
32 Sheets of Smooth
.-3 ptgs. SiO
TIome Of Better Values"
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of Mrs. W. H.
Liner, deceased, wife of Dr. W. H.
Liner, late of Haywood county, N.
C, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said estate
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at Waynesville, N. C, on or before
the 2nd of September, 1943, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar thereof-
All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
Tiis September 2nd, 1942.
DR. W. H. LINER,
No. 1230 Sept. 3-10-17-24 Oct. 1-8
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
RUTH B. McGRUDER and
I husband, CHES G. McGRU-
' DER, and Town of Waynes
The defendants, Ruth R Mc-
Gruder and husband, Ches G. Mc
Gruder, wfll take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caroli
na, to foreclose liens for taxes
due Haywood County; and said
defendants will further take no
tice that they are required to ap
pear 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 5th day of Oct, 1942,
and answer or demur to the Com
plaint of said action or the plain
tiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in said Com
plaint. This the 2nd day of Sept, 1942.
Asst Clerk Superior Court, Hay
wood County, i
No. 1233 Sept 3-10-17-24
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, sure
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 Jul.y 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;
hence 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
S. 25 W. 158 poles to a stake:
thence S. 78 W. 165 poles to a
take; thence N. 13 poles to the
beginning, containing 133 acres
nore or less. Reserving, howev
,r. to the said W. C. Hill, his heirs
and assigns all the minerals and
mineral interests, with mining
ights and privileges therein.:
By deed dated March 31, 1900,
ecorded in book No. 12, page 451,
ecord of deeds of Haywood Coun
y, the said W. C. Hill conveyed
0 E. H. Walker, Fannie McCrack
n, N. P. Walker, Mary L. Walker,
W- M. Walker, J. L. Walker, A.
j. 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 reeord 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, in
Clyde Township and described as
Being Lots Nos. 31, 32 and 7 and
8 of the J. 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 conv
plete description of the same.
Being the property that was
conveyed to N. -H. Waker as re
corded in Book 88, page 658, rec
ord of deeds for Haywood County,
The above described property
will be offered for sale to the
highest bidder on the 5th day of
October, 1942, at 12 m. at the
cotirt house door in the Town of
Waynesville, Haywood County,
State of North Carolina.
R. V. WELCH, Sheriff
of Haywood County.
No. 1232 Sept 8-10-17-24
Of Bethel PTA
At a meeting held during the
week of the executive committee
of the Bethel P. T. A. the follow
ing committees were appointed for
the coming year:
Budget and finance, Mrs. Paul
Hyatt, and Mrs. E. B. Rickman, co-
chairmen; Mrs. Harris Sentelle,
Mrs. LeRoy West, Mrs. W. P.
Whitesides, Mrs. Kelly Buckner,
Mrs. Bill Bumgarner, Mrs. Frank
Mease, Mrs. Thomas Ervin and
Mrs. Rufus Hargrove.
Hospitality, Mrs. Guy Wells,
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. B. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin
Sutton, of Waynesville.
We folks on Fines Creek are
looking forward to the scrap cam
paign to get going down here. We
live a long distance from town, but
are patriotic as ever, and if a little
piece of iron will give our enemy a
kick in the eye we sure want to be
among you to help do it.
chairman, Mrs. T. R. Burnette, Mrs.
R. O. Kelly, Mrs. Clayde Church;
Membership, Mrs. Clifton Terrell,
chairman, Mrs. Layden West, Miss
Adeline Rogers and the grade moth,
Study group, Mrs. Marvin Hoyle,
chairman, Mrs. Hugh K. Terrell
and Miss Margaret Boyd; Public
ity, Mrs. I. A. McLain and Miss
Sarah Welch; Program, Miss Agnes
Reeves; Choral group, Mr. Francis.
Music, Mrs. Ruth Tucker and
Mrs. J. D. Moore
Mr. and f- , -
had as their eZl bH
the former's n J?.
Abbott, their au'7 f
Dmore, hs S
u .iu -wives, Mr an v ei1 m
re; National PTA Emery aC
5.:?:Jhuh; 811 of Tipton Y V 3
Health and summer roundup, Miss bott, of the tt s m 1
Rubv Davis: Wartime troeram.1. n u-MarinM ..
Mrs. E. B. Rickman.
Radio, Mrs. R. O. Kelly; Reading
and library service, Miss Marga
ret Boyd; Safety, Mrs. C. E. Man
us; Recreation, Mrs. Welch Single,
ton; and Bylaws, Mrs. Hugh Terrell.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our thanks
to our friends and neighbors who
were so kind during the illness
and death of our husband and fath
er, ana lor tne many Deauuiui
Mrs. Geon-a d.i.
turned home frn 'Tn??' U
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pen.
i"ig Me week.
yiv .it,.i ...
..... d.u .ins. HayBe
have as their guests, the J
Sister, Mrs. Lyilin Harris at:
Mrs. Effie Edwards and Children. cousin, Miss Hawkins
In Many Yean
Big Annual Fall
Thousands of Lovely Pieces - h
Arrived Tuesday Hurry!
DIVIDED INTO 2 GROUPS
Spun Rayon Guest Towels
Embroidered Oblong Scarfs'
Crash Lace Moffit Scarfs
Crash Lace Oblong Scarfs (set of two)
Cotton Embroidered Scarfs
Large Lace Doilies
Napkins (4 in set
Cotton Guest Towels
Ecru Cotton Scarfs
Ecru Cotton Oblongs
Crash Linen Scarfs
Embroidered Pillow Cases (pair)
Crash Lace Edged Oblonir Scarfs
Rayon; Lade' Edge Squares
Cotton Crash Print Squares
White Linen. Azores Embroidered Scarfs or
White Linen Azores Embroidered Napkins
v ' (4 m box) - ,
Linen Embroidered Guest Towels
Embroidered Napkins (4 in box)
Grash GHiucci Napkins (6 in box)
Crash linen Buffet Sets
BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
"Home of Better Values"
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