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jgVRSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1912 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Huge Caustic Pots Salvaged By Champion
Smathers Firm Turns In Scrap
AH scrap hauled
to an official scrap
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n oV-nvp is Carev Smathers 'of the Smathers Plunibine Company, who has just unloaded P
ni ltd v 1,000 pounds of scrap iron. This ma! cs more than 7,000 pounds his firm has collected dui
'rXti, ' dr'vc ' Some of the scrap shown in the ph to cr.me from other sections of the county Photo
jyj. M. D.aton.
Eclhe! School Leads In Scrap Collection
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;j ;),; . ;,.,,0 is part of the estimated 300,000 -pounds -of scrap metal collected by th 700 students
ti ' 1 1 , i : i. .v.- .);., tu i. a. Am wn fivnn half-holidnvs last Wednesday and
Thrwl,v to on out and brine in the scrap. With the principal, W. P. Whitesides, and faculty members
taking part, this school is said to have made the largest collection of any school in the county to date.
iepot by baturday
light will be count-
id on the contest
for Haywood coun
leaders and princi
pals of all schools
are urged to see
that not a single
pound of scrap is
left on the side of
he road, or at any
place other than at
the official scrap de
pot. This is essen-
ial in order to get
t counted in the to-
;al tonnage for the
avernpintr 11 tons each which were shipped as salvage by
Shown above are four. hueo. caustic pots
the Canton division of the Champion Paper and lbn Company Monday morn.ng. this is tne iafla
two shipments totaling more than 100,000 pounds each made by the Canton phmt in connection wlth the
current scrap metal campaign. Members of the maintenance crew who assisted -with ..-the load-ng of the
heavy pots are, fronHeft to right: Top, Charl.e Deuxer, Rufus (Doc) Allison and George Ingle; bottom,
C. N. Carpenter, L. F. Pace, and F. l'YDokioi), cliw leader. (Photo by C, R. P. Cash.)
Clyde Children Gather Scrap
Cubs Get In The Scrap
Lkvl&m jlf toiMMfr a.-wim m iiiiMWHinnTtim f
'i . . .!. I n .turn in TnP K ' H LUIIltlUll vuiiivuifcii w
u-.. cu vne Lanton Cub Scouts wno nave u. ,..v. . -. . wnrltinir undor the
with one of the several piles of metal they have gathered up. The groups .. ."
"Pervision of Mrs. Lloyd Sellars, den mother. Another group under Mrs. Cha.Ue Hawkins has collected
""ai hundreds pounds, and is still worKing.
Plant Bed Furnace Goes To Scrap
The production of fats and oils
from domestic materials is expect
ed to total nearly 12.000.000.000
pounds in 1943, greaUy exceeding
aji previous records.
n above is W. S. York, of the Bethel section, standing beside
tri "lslaued by Mr. York
y growth of spring plants
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
The defendant will take notice
that an action has been commenced
in the Superior Court, of said Coun
ty. State of North Carolina, for the
- - 1 J;
purpose Ol Becunng an ausoiute ui-
vorce from the Defendant, upon
That said defendant will further
take notice, that he is required to
acpear off ore the clerk of the
court of said county, at the court
house in the City of Waynesville,
North Carolina, on the 20th day
of November, 1942, and answer
or demur to the complaint therein,
or the Plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in
3- I0.rK.Vw. "TrrZ, ZZa to aid the alUut Asst. Clerk of the Superior
metal mat ne u ' j other rnrf fr Havwood County. Sta
in his sweet poUto paten No 1249oct 22-29-Nov. 5-12
Shown above the five children of the Clyde c ool and the scrap metal they have collected to help in
the war ellort. The pile of scrap is the result of tvo afternoons' work after school. . In, front-are, two .
graders are tsuuwri biuiiuiuij.
If you know of
t 1 first graders, John Morgan, at left, and E. W. Fice, Jr. Three sixth gi
any SCrap anyWliere From left to right they are: Charles Morgan, Geraldino Fish, and Mark Br.
tnnrh Fihreville Younirsters Collect 10 Tons Of
VIVUUV fcXV v M VB . ' '
with someone who
can get it to a scrap
depot. Every pound
pound is needed.
The marines, sol
diers and sailors
are not shirking
their duty don't
shirk yours. If you
know of a pound of
scrap anywhere get
it in NOW!
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Having Qualified at administra
tor of the late Cleveland Caldwell,
deceased, late of the county at Hay.
wood, state of North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Waynesville, N. C,
on or before the 15th day of Oc
tober, 1943, or this notice will be
Children of the Fibreville community have done a fine piece of work in Canton's Scrap Collection
Campaign. Over a three-days period the youngsters pictured above salvaged 10 tons of scrap materials.
Included in the heap are heavy railroad irons, heavy shafts, iron wheels, and other materials considered
excellent for scrap purposes. Several heavy pieces of a steel bridge, inundated for two years by the
waters of nearby Pigeon river, were pulled from the river by the children and a few older persons of the
Fibreville community. None of the youngsters claims any individual credit for the excellent piece of
work, but they alfc agree "that we all did it and we are going to keep right on doing it for Uncle Sam."
The heavy pile of Iron and Steel netted each member of the working crew approximately 740 pounds.
The children range in age from four to 14 years. (Photo by Larry Hartshorn).
to said estate will will apply to said court for the
'falinf AemnnAan in anln romnlaint
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
BTrirnRir. THE CLERK
pleaded in bar of their recovery. !VTrtTrr rinm.im '
All persons indebted to said estte , jjyWOOD COUNTY
nlease make Immediate payment.
This the 26th day of September,
N ANNETTE E. JONES,
Executrix of the Estate of Nan
nie E. Jones, deceased.
No. 1242 Oct. 1-8-15-22-29
will please , make immediate pay
This the 14th day of Oct, 1942.
T. L. GREEN,
vs. . ..
The defendant, in the above en-
Administrator of Cleveland titled action, will take notice that
Caldwell, Deceased. Ln action as above has beeA corn-
No. 1247 Oct. 15-22-29-Nov. 5-12-19 1 menefcd in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina,
for the purpose of securing an ab-
olute divorce upon statutory
grounds. -' - '
And said Defendant win iurtner
take notice that he is required to
appear before the undersigned,
clerk of the Court of said county,
at the court house in the City of
Waynesville, North Carolina, , on
the 80th day of October, 1942, and
answer or demur to said complaint
Having qualified as executrix of
the estate of Nannie E. Jones,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Waynesville, North Carolina, on or
before the 26th day of September,
1943, or this notice will be pleaded
Asst.. Clerk of the Superior
Court, for Haywood County,
State of North Carolina.
No. 1243 Oct. 8-15-22-29.
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday, November 9th, 1942,
at eleven o'clock. A. M.. at . the
court house door in Waynesville,
Haywood County, N. C, I will of
fer for sale at public outcry to
the highest bidder for cash, the
following lands and premises situ
ate 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, from R. M. Ferguson, et ux,
to C. R. Francis, recorded in Book
49, page 519, Haywood County
Registry, and containing 484
acres, more or less, to which deed
and record reference is ' hereby
made for a more particular de
scription. ; EXCEPTING, however, from
said tract that certain tract con
taining 7tt acres, more or less, de-
et ux, to Grover C. Noland, dated
January -, 1923, and recorded
in Book 59, page 349, Haywood
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
Messer, 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
being made to said deeds for a
more particular description of said
Sale made pursuant to power and
authority vested in me by that
certain deed of trust dated August
15, 1938, executed by Ellen Fran
cis' and recorded in Book 47, page
163, Haywood County Registry, to
which instrument and record ref
erence is- hereby made for all the
terms and conditions thereof, and
pursuant to order of resale signed
by the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Haywood County. -This,
October 22, 1942.
A. T. WARD,
1943, or tnis nonce wiu oe pteaaea answer or uemuc w , . V n VT m losn rw n Maw K
in bar of their recovery. All per-' filed in said cause, or the Plaintiff scribed in deed from C. R. Francis, No. 1250 Oct. 29-Nov. 5.
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