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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, DECEMBERS 19
30 Head Heref ords
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True Bill Returned
Mary Ellen Boone
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Smith farms of Chester, W. Va.
It sold for $1,000 and was pur
chase by George M. Pate and Son,
There were 24 bulls sold for a
total of $8,665, with an average
of $361 per animal.
The 69 females in the sale
brought a total of $17,600 with an
average paid for each animal of
Buyers came from South Caro
lina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and a
large number from North Car
olina. Thirty head of cattle were bought
by Haywood county stockmen and
will be used to improve the pure
bred strains of Hereford owned by
farmers of this area.
Many of the buyers and those
connected with the sale arrived on
Friday afternoon. They were
guests at the Waynesville Country
Club. During the evening on Fri
day a group of the leading cattle
men of the community were hosts
at a party at the Country Club for
the visitors. Around fifty were
present for the affair.
Mr. Anderson secretary of the
association, stated that the cattle
were well received by those at
tending the sal and that those
who had consigned animals for
the sale were well satisfied with
the prices they received.
He pointed out his gratification
over the fact that the local people
as well as the buyers from distant
points, appreciated the fine quality
of the cattle offered on the sale.
"It was my pleasure to drive
over certain parts of Haywood
county and I took note of the farms
and the interest and care display
ed by the fine conditons of the pas
tures. I see no reason for this
section not becoming one of the
great cattle centers. I feel that
Haywood county has a future in
the cattle industry," said Mr. An
derson in discussing the sale.
"I hope that the fine purebreds
bought by the Haywood farmers
will do much toward a contribu
tion for improving the Hereford
cattle in this county," he continued
in speaking of the sale.
L. I. Case and D. C. Snodgrass,
from the State Extenson service,
Were also high in their praise of
the cattle offered in the sale and
of the fact that so many were
bought by local farmers.
The cattle in the sale came from
five of the best known Hereford
herds in the country. They came
from the following farms: Hill
crest Farms, Chester, W. Va.; B.
S. Oles, Kingsville, Md.; Richard
C. Riggs, Catonsville, Md.; and
Silver Crest Farm, of Fort Worth,
Among those from Haywood who
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four to 18 months on the roads.
Howard Hemphill, for violation
of the prohibition law, was given
six months on the roads.
Lee Lewis, for violation of pro
hibition law, was given a suspend
ed sentence of from 0 months to
6 years on good behavior and was
ordered to pay the costs.
Thad Moody, charged with vio
lation of the prohibition taw, was
given a suspended sentence of 4 to
6 years on good behavior and or
dered to pay the costs.
Hiram Palmer, with driving
drunk, was fined $50 and the costs
and his license revoked.
Furman Wyatt, charged with a
holdup, was sentenced to five years
on the roads. .
Worley Buchanan, charged with
hit and run driving, was ordered
to pay Sarah Grasty, the prosecu
trix, $225 and the costs of the
Chas. Brown, charged with driv
ing drunk, was fined $50 and pay
ment of the costs, with license re
William Hubert Wilson was sen
tenced on two charges, one for
driving drunk, was given 90 days
on the roads, another for assault,
for which he was sentenced an
other 90 days, one sentence to fol
low the other.
Clay Flynn, charged with drunk
en disorderly conduct, was sen
tenced to 30 days on the roads,
with payment of costs and a $10
fine, with a suspended sentence of
2 years on good behavior.
To Hold Harvest
The annual Harvest Day dinner
of the Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the First Methodist
church will be held on Tuesday
evening, the 8th, at 7 o'clock in
the dining hall of the church. Each
member is asked to bring a "cover
ed dish" of her own choosing.
Mrs. J. Dale Stentz, president,
will preside, and Mrs. M. H.
Bowles will have charge of the
During the evening the names
bought cattle at the sale were:
Edith Stamey, of Canton, C. N.
Allen, Hazelwood, J. W. Parkins,
Clyde; Wayne Stamey, Canton;
John M. Queen, Waynesville; Glenn
D. Reeves Noland, Clyde; C. T.
Francis, Waynesville; S. G. May
bery, Clyde; M. O. Galloway, Way
nesville ; Fred Allen, of Waynes
ville, and Jack Messer, Waynesville.
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ing in her school work. She is
editor of the Hi-Life, member of
dramatic club, member of glee
club, majorette in the band, and
member of the Sub-Deb club, In
her sophomore year she won the
Lions scholarship medal for the
outstanding girl in her class. In
the 9th grade she won second place
in the district Algebra 2, contest
held at Western Carolina Teachers
She is prominent in the activ
ities of the First Methodist church,
being a member of the choir and
holdingseveral offices in Sunday
school. She has held various offices
during her four years in high
Miss Boone is the daughter of
Mrs. Fred Calhoun, of Waynes
ville, and Roger Boone, of Hunt
ington, West Va.. and the grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Matney and Mrs. John K. Boone.
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WAYNESVILLE N. C.
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Mrs. Ben Colkitt, chairman.
There has been a change durinjr
the week in the schedule of hours
for those residing in the Hazelwood
area who have been working in the
rooms in the home of Mrs. E. C.
Wagenfeld. The rooms have been
open from 10 o'clock on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday; but in the
future, they will be open each af
ternoon from Monday throueh
Friday from 2 to 5 o'clock.
Mrs. Colkitt stated that plans are
to open rooms in the near future
in Lake Junaluska where those who
live in that area may take part
in the work of the surgical dress
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will continue as a member of the
board for 1943,
Ballot boxes will be nlaced at
convenient places throughout the
communty. The ballots will not
be counted until after 4 o'clock on
Saturday afternoon, the 6th.
Boxes will be found at the First
National Bank, The Mountaineer.
Chamber of Commerce, Waynesville
Auto company, Charlie's Place in
Waynesville, at W. A. Bradley's
and C. N. Allen's in Hazelwood and
at Junaluska Supply Company at
The office of the Chamber of
Commerce which has been main
tained in the building formery oc
cupied by the Citizens Bank will be
officially closed for the year on
Saturday afternoon. Miss Nan-
nette Jones has served as secretary
for the past year.
No plans for the future have
been announced by the retiring
president, who Stated that the new
board of directors would outline
the work for the coming year.
$9,000 000,000 Sale
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come bonds. They pay interest semi
annually, and are redeemable be
fore maturity, at the option of the
owner, at fixed redemption values,
less tnan tne lace amount of the
bonds, according to Mr, Woody.
Z. V. Price, who has Spent the
past ten days here, will leave on
Friday for Pineville, Ga., where
he will be located in the future.
Mr. Price has been residing in
Newport News for the past several
Miss Catherine Davis, who is a
student at Lees McRae College,
spent the holidays here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hyatt and
children, Kathryn and Aaron, of
Hazelwood, Mrs. Lucile Foy, of
Waynesville, and Miss Dorothy
Walker, of Clyde, spent Sunday at
Mars Hill Collrge with Henry Foy
and J. D. Hyatt. "
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allison had
as their guest for the Thanksgiv
ing holidays the former's mother
and aunt, Mrs. S. C. Allison, and
Miss Margaret Moore, of Sylva.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Areen-
bright, of Arlington, Va.( are spend,
ing Feveral days here with the
latter!s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sey
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Mrs. Ralnh Summerow and
daughter, Elizabeth, have returned
home after spending a week in
Canton with relatives.
Private Leon Morrow, of Fort
Blanding, Fla., spent the Thanks
giving holidays here with his
mother, Mrs. Hester Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pearce have
as their guest the latter's sister,
Mrs. J. J. RodwelL of Fayette
ville, . ' , . K'
Mr. and Mrs. James Whitehouse
"left Tuesday for Newport News,
Va., after spending a few days
here with the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Leming. Mr.
Whitehouse is emnloyed by the
Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company.
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