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THl RDAY' DECEMBER 31,1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES V ELLE MOUNTAINEER
A Week Off The War
. t,nru for any lessen-
fuel a." OES Di-
X officials ia charge of
lVs petroleum : program.
Lt,on; STpi the administra-
TJ three agencies respon
"yeOPrtheODTandthe administrator for war
? as soon as possible their
and in the meantime
Br Rationing methods.
Jm is the result oi unanuo-
BE, ;,t.ni : J iUlolMto
.tales ta? rauu.uu,
tf1" , . . , i tli. entire
k of vita' '''W'"' . , "
.L The suspension order on
of gasoline in the 17 East-
,-itjites ana i- -
"T.t .h. ii the order was lifted
,12-01 a m. December 21. B
Lc 't.'up-ns in the area had been
in valuv fm four to three
.. -l ... .. issuance is resum-
J. .-',. and tougher" policy will
r irtu ffH-t. w'm ,wv.w..s
L.r.1- inducted to noici iu
Jf uittons to the "absolute
vnm- Meanwnue, a c"
w hu l'"i launched against
Mk m af k. t operation, with KO0
ifvHitat.M- i. he east coast ra
twr.l area working t prevent
Havine qualified as Administra-
. . .v., vtntp of L. L.. Kerley,
deff&M. Ue of Haywood County,
North Ca rina, this is io noiuy
ill Drrfonf having claims against
ihfjsutp .ff suid deceased to ex-
kibit them to the undersigned ai
r.,uviii Vorth Carolina, on or
Wore the 30th day of November,
1U3, or this notice will be pieaaea
tar of their recovery. All per-
loni indebted to said estate will
plese make immediate payment,
This the.SUth day oi jNOvemoer,
Administratrix of the Estate of
LL. Kerley, deceased.
No. 1267 Dec. 3-10-17-24-30-
illeeal distribution. This means
increased emphasis on strict en
forcement of all gasoline ration
ing regulations, and special atten
tion; given to suppliers of T or
commercial vehicles. Gasoline deal
ers nave been told that they will
be held "strictly accountable for
The ODT asked all truck, bus
and taxicab owners whose certi
ficates of war necessity do not
provide sufficient mileage and fuel
allotments to estimate their re
quirements carefully and apply
for the minimum amount of fuel
necessary for essential operations.
Secretary Wickard called on farm
ers in the East to cooperate to the
utmost in conserving fuels and to
buy only enough for current needs.
And Petroleum Administrator
Ickes, to safeguard the Atlantic
Seaboard's limited stocks, issued
an order controlling the amounts
of gasoline and fuel oils which may
be withdrawn from East Coast re
fineries and terminal supply points.
Wl'B has approved the barge,
tugboat and towboat building pro
gram recommended by ODT, and
construction will begin shortly on
500 wooden tank barges, 21 steel
hull towboats and 100 tugboats,
to enable an additional' daily
Eastward barge movement of 50,
000 barrels of residual fuel oil
within five months and 100,000
barrels within ten months. Ter
minals will be built at Jackson
ville and Panama City, Kla
at Cairo, 111.
By R. J.SCOTT
-7 -yClll ....... ....1 II ml Ml mi
ill? rBlSilirrlJI '
n IS NEVER
U&ED A5 A.
At lUKi,i tit Fi&rt
Charles Lee Rich, . of
medical :case, is better.
Having Qualified as Executor of
the estate of John E. Jones, de
ceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
MtatA nf Raid rieeenspH tn eThibit
them to the undersigned at Way-
Mt II I , ......
Desvuie, is or in Carolina, on or De
fore the 3rd daw of December.
1943, or this notice will be pleaded
bar oi tneir recovery. All per-
tons indebted to said estate will
lease make immediate nayment.
Th-s th." 3rd day of December, !
JOHN W. BOYD, j
Ewutor of the Estate of John
I Jire, diseased. '
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supreme objective'' of gaining con-1 " .
trol of the African continent and IflCS LfCCK .NCWS
the Mediterranean. I .... '.n.iv...
TTiivrfc Liner, of Lake Jnna-
luska: operative case, is improv
The' two infant daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chambers,
of Waynesville, medical cases, are
reported to be resting more com
Mrs. Charles Holland, of Can
ton, operative case, is better.
t, ponilition nf W. H. Hoyle,
of Canton, optrativ case, is good.
Mm. EstelU Grant, of Enka, op
erative case, is resting fairly well.
Miss Louise Gady, of Wajnes-
ville, operative case, is better. .
Mrs. Milas Fergusn, of Way
nesville, operative cae, is improving.
THE WAR FROST
iSocretary Hull, describing the
assassination of Admiral Darlan
as "an odious and cowardly act,"
said that the all-important con
sideration now is hot to be "di
verted for. a moment from the
trom common colds
That Hang On
CreOmillKtrwi rplipt ' nrrv,rtl Ka.
ase it goes right to the seat of the
ffouble to help loosen and exrjel
J den Phlegm, and aid nature
LThl and, heal raw tender, in-
J u ""cniai mucous mem
Jraaes. Tell your druggist to sell you
Dottae of Creomulsion with the un-
l$ you must like the way It
My auayS the cough or you are
tave VOUr tnnnow Kov
!Couens, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
IN THE SUPERIOR ( OURT
. . vs.
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, for the
purpose of securing a divorce, on
the ground of two years separa
tion; and the said defendant tyill
further take notice that, he is re
quired to appear on or before the
15th day of February, 1043, at
the Court House in Waynesville. N.
C, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action, or the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in said com
plaint. This the 22nd day of Ii.tciuIm r.
C. H. LEATHKRWOOD,
Clerk of Superior Court, Hay wooil
County, N. ('.
No. Dec. il-Jan. 7-11-21.
' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
j Having qualified as administra
! to of the estate of Grover C. Fran
Iria. . deceased, late of Haywo"'!
County, this is to notify all person.-.,
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Clyde, North Car
olina, on or before the 10th day of
December, 1943, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
ment. This the 9th day of December,
C. R. FRANCIS.
Administrator of the Estate of
Grover C. Francis, deceased.
No. 1260 -Dec. 10-17-24-31-Jan.
The battle, he said, is still at a
crucial and critical stage, and Gen.
Eisenhower and his associates need
the fullest measure of unified sup
port. Earlier Secretary of War
Stiinson told a pi ess conference
that allied forces on the offensive
in Tunisia have a "faiily good
margin" of superiority ovei the
Axis forces defending Tunis and
Rizei te, and added that in the air t
and(om' maigin of destruction is hold
j ing at a rate of about two to one.
i Meanwhile, land activity has
tlarcd up in Tunisia, as Allied
forces occupied a dominating po
sition near Medjer.-El-Bab. Allied
fighters continued their sweeps and
patrols over the forward areas,
attacking Axis vehicles and de
troying A is planes.
In the South Pacitic on '.Christ
mas Day, a flight of army flying
fortresses took off from the air
field at Gaudalcanal to Imiiib .Jap
anese shijiping in the Harbor of
Kabaul, New Bntain Island. They
scoreil three direct hits on a large
transport or cargo ship and sev
eral near hits close to three smaller
cargo vessels. The day before
Christmas, V. S. planes from
Guadalcanal bombed and strafed
By Mrs. D. N. Rathbone)
ThA Christmas theme has been
emphasized at the War Informa
tion Center at' the Waynesville
Public Library this week: by dec
orations that gave sparkle to the
National Colors. - Attractive post
ers wrged the giving .of "presents
with a future" war stamps and
.ftrmA waHinv -far th " linlidavn
will be found among the books just
. V 11 .
added to me regular iurary col
lection; "Our Hearts Young and
Gay," Skinner and Kirabrough ;
Thf murrimro nf Miss Anne Dav
idson and Sergeant Rufus II. Hon
evcut. of Fort Bragg, was solemn
ixcd at. the First Methodist churca
in Mooresvule on Saturday even
ing, December the 19th.
Only close friends and the im
mediate families were present for
Miss Davidson is a graduate of
the Mooresville high school and of
(ireensboro College. At present
she hold" the position of music
tvacher in the Fines Creek school.
Sergeant Honeycutt is a grad
uate of the Mooresville high school
and is now stationed at Fort
The Pines. Creek school has made
an outstanding record in thu sale
ot war bonds and stamps. During
the pust month a total of $2,800
worth of bonds and $70 worth of
stamps were sold.
I.ee McGaha, who recently vol
The follow inir nersons were dis
Charged from the Haywood County
Hosnital during the past week:
unt.eered hi service in the U. S
Vavv. is now stationed in Norfolk
He is the son of Mrs. Mallie W oody.
of tines t reek.
Farady Rathbone, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Rathbone, of Fines
Creek, is now stationed at Camp
Miu T. ii m Mhp Hrcen. of Elon
College, has arrived to sptnd the
( hrmtmas holidays here witn nor
parentR, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Green
F.dd McCraeken. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond McCracken, stu
dent at Younir Harris ( ollege is
Riiendimr the holidavs here with
I.enn Pathhone. who is now lo
cated in Newport News, Va., spent
the past week with his parents
Mrs. W. L. GadJis. Mrs. Gol.le Mc
Cracken, Mrs. Johnny Messer and
baby. Miss Harhara bail Moore,
Master James illiamson. .1. I..
Idford, Mrs. C. M. Robinstm.
Colvin Friiile, Mrs. L. J. Grant.
Mrs. David Stent and baby. Miss
Lena Stevenson, Miss Laura Jones,
Mrs. W. B. Tarker, Mrs. Edwin
Potest, Mrs. Gary Smith, Mrs.
Carl Sutton, Fred I'nderwood,
Mrs. Tom Rhinehart, Mrs. Andrew
Inman and baby, Mrs. Woodrow
Troutman and Mrs. M L. Rhine-
Mr. and Mrs W. (i Crant, of
Canton, route 3, announce the
birth of a son on December the
"My World and Welcome to it,"
Thurber; "Last Train From Ber
lin," Smith; "Crescent Carnival,"
Keves: Thorofare." Morley: "Bus
man Honeymoon," Sayers; "Driv
m Woman,1 Chevalier; 'AtfAppla
for' . ICva."- Norris: "ReprisaL"
,Vance; ,4Th Eohe Douglas,
;"&Jvr. Widgeon,.; ! wooa; -ana-fAtrhT.n.
: Cai-son i ShadoW
on th".Pines,w Meader; 'Gulliver
Joins -- the Army,"' DalGliesh;
"Bambi, Disney; "The Forbidden
City" . Purnell; "Lassie . Come
Home," Knight; "A Boy's Eye
View of the Arties," Kawson;
"MacArthur of Bataan," Nicolay?
"Hitty," Field; "As the Crow
Flies," Meigs; 'Th Shawl With the
Silver Bells," Crew; "Hsrbor
Pirates," Stratton; "Jsckqueline of
the Carrier Pigeons," Seaman.
The public library observed
ion Hoggs durin gthe past week.
The drunk and the
can each easily lose his
Mr. and Mrs. Roe Hill.-of Way
nesville, announce the hirth of a
daughter on December 21st.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Scruggs,
of Hazclwood, announce the hirth
of a son on December 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. James Conard, of
Waynesville, route 2, announce the
birth of a son tin December 27th.
Mr. and Mrs: Charles Garrett,
of Canton, announce the birth nf u
daughter on December 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sizemore,
of Canton, route 3, announce the
birth of a aon on December the
All persons will take notice that
the undersigned, Hardy Rathbone,
will apply for a Parole, having
been convicted of second degrea
murder, November Term, 1936 oi
Haywood Superior Court. All per
sons hsving objections to the grsnt
inu of Haul narole will file said
objections with the Parole Com
missioner, Raleigh, N- C
This the 21st day of December,
No. 120.1 Dec. 24-31.
January 5, 1913, is posillvely
the DEAD LINE. After that
the price is $3.00
ON SALE AT
Waynesville, N. C.
the Japanese aii field and shore in
stallations at Munda rn New Geor- i
gui Island, downed 11 intercepting:
etiemv planes and destroyed 10
mire on the ground. All the V
S. planes returned undamaged
I he giivernmeiit is pi'cjiarmg a
program for the scientific training
of civilian specialists so urgently
needed in the war effort.- The pro-
jri'im ik! i-iiviil.k. ii lli.it f.,i-,vii il lit i ,1
)"! ' v...... ..
I by the army and navy for college-
age nun. but the WMC expects to
use the facilities of more univeisi
'ties find colleges than the armed
services will use.
i . 1 1 " . . .
I he pu.zlc part may die out hut
n some homes the cross words will
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
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nun a- py 5-inch cards to 5 by 8 incnes. m
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NO MORE FOR THE DURATION .
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A complete stock of
Index Files for aD
sizes up to legal
letter and legal size Folders in two weights
abo Tab Indexes
tatiomwT and Supplie, for Offi, Hon and SchooV
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
Under and by virtue of an order
and decree of the Superior Court
of Havwood County, made in a
anpcini nropoedincr entitled T. 1
Green, Administrator of Cleveland
Caldwell VS. James Caldwell and
nthoi-a keirs at law of Cleveland
Caldwell, the same being number
pra on the Snacial Proceeding dock
et of said court, the undersigned
commissioner will, on the 11th day
rvf Jannnrv' 1943. at II 0 ClOCK A.
M. on the premises of the late
Cleveland Caldwell, on Hemphill
Huvvnn.t rnnntv. North
Carolina, offer for sale at public
auction, the following aescroed
iarH on terms of one-half cash
and the balance on 6 and 12 months
time, to wit:
One tract containing 2 acres,
mora nr less, -nurchased by Cleve
land Caldwell from J. H. and R. T.
riiw tract containing one acre
more or less, purchased by Cleve-
lAnd Caldwell irom isoiomon dux
Hna fmrt. nntainmt? r acres, more
mTraspd hv Cleveland
Caldwell from : Artie caioweu, oy
deed dated Dec. 30, 3930 and re
corded in book No. 85, page 26,
record of deed3 of Haywood County.
.- Annfher traM nnrchased from
I Artie CadweU hy Cleveland. Cald
well by deed dated Jttov. , xsrao,
hnnfe No.. fl2. nacB 416.
I record of deeds . of Haywood County,
containing 2 acres, more or less. -na
iift mnrcha8ed br Cleve-
iar,n itd-well from Artie CaldweJi.
and containing 34' acres, more or
less. Deed dated- aapt; ev, jwe?,
".Mn hook -108. uaee 87,
record of deeds uf Haywopd Cotm-
ty. ' -.-''-
. Q,i4 lrnwl ttn'H he sold iflrst as sep-
arate tracts and then offered as a
whole to secure highest price lor
total. -. . ... .
. A.t-nai tprriThon bv metes and
bounds will be furnished at the time
and place of sale, or on appuca
tinn to the undersigned at any
time before the sale.
This the 8th days of uec., ia
T. L. GREEN,
No. 1261 Dec. 10-17-24-31.
List Your Property
Give lo Yoor Poll
Listing Begins January 1st
All property owners and taxpayers in Haywood County are required
to return to the list Takers for Taxation for the year 1943 all the Real
Estate, Personal Property, etc., which each shall own on the First day
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 are required to list
their polls during the same time.
All persons who own property and fail to list it and all who are liable
for poll tax and fail to give themselves in will be deemed guilty of a .
AVaynesville . . . . ; . : : : . J. S. Black
White Oak : . . . . ;Loyd Teague
Cataloochee : Mack Caldwell
Fines Creek ... . Miss Lucy Green
Crabtree Frank Medf ord
Iron Duff Roy Medf ord
Clyde Mrs. C. E. Brown
Pigeon .' E. A. Burnett
East Fork Ken Burnett
Cecil Ed Moody
Ivy Hill ..Mrs. Dave Plott
Mrs. Troy Leatherwood .
.Mrs. James Henderson
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