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    THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i6
Page 8
DEATHS
MRS. MAE MILLER
Funeral services were held Fri
day afternoon at the Gaggie Meth
odist church for Mrs. Mae Miller,
49, who died at the Haywood Coun
ty Hospital at 1 :.'i0 a. m. Thursday.
Rev. Jarvis Underwood officiated.
Burial was in the Henry cemetery.
Serving as pallbearers were: Eld
ridge Caldwell, Homer Caldwell,
H. Valentine, Roy Smith, Tom
Giasly and Vivian Ward.
Serving as (lower girls were:
Miss Hattie Caldwell, Miss Helen
' Caldwell and Miss Mildred Cald
well, Miss Eugenia Clevenger, Miss
Dorothy Liner, Miss Katherine
Moody, .Miss Jacqueline Moody,
Miss Joyce Moody and Miss Mary
Jane Swayngim.
Surviving are: one son, Ernest
Miller, U. S. Army; one daughter,
Mrs. John Wesley Chambers, of
Dellwood; one brother, Claude Val
entine, of Maggie; four sisters,
Mrs. Stella Clevenger, of Newport,
Tenn.; Mrs. Lilly Jackson, of
Cosby, Tenn.; Mrs. Pearl Caldwell,
of Maggie; and Mi. Ressie Mc
Cullough, of G' eenville, S. ('., and
two grandchiM. n.
VERNA UNDERWOOD
Funeral services were conducted
Monday afternoon at 2::!0 o'clock
at the Ratclitl' Cove Baptist church
for Miss Wrna I'nderwood, ,'S4,
who died at 'he Haywood County
Hospital on Sunday morning at 7
o'clock, following a brief illness.
Tlv- Rev. Oiler Iiurnette, pastor;
officiated. Ilurial was in Green
Hill cemetery.
Serving as pallbearers were uncl
es as follows: Jerry, Walter, Grovir
Cleveland. James, Rufus and Ellis
Underwood.
In charge of the flowers were:
Miss Pauline Palmer, Miss Doris
Jian Palmer, Miss Geneva Palmer,
Miss Marcella Webb, Miss Lucile
Underwood, Miss Hattie Webb,
Miss Peggy Franklin, Miss Edith
Underwood, Miss Betty Joe Gaddy,
and Miss Louise Duckett.
Miss Underwood is survived by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Pink
Underwood, of Ratcliff Cove, two
brothers, Hilliard Underwood, of
Clyde, and Fred Underwood of
Wayncsville route 1, and her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pink Under
wood, of Waynesville, route 1.
Massie Funeral Home was in
charge of funeral arrangements.
David A. Taylor, Navy,
Here On 12-Day Leave
David A. Taylor, pharmacist's
mate, third, class, U. S. Navy, son
of Mrs. R. H. Taylor and the late
Mr. Taylor, of Waynesville, route
1, is spending a 12-day leave here
with his mother and friends.
Young Taylor entered the navy
as a volunteer on October 12, 1942,
and took his basic training at
Norfolk, Va. Upon completion of
training he was transferred to
Portsmouth Va-, and from there to
Jacksonville, Fla., and then to
Pensacola, where he is now sta
tioned. Before entering the ser
vice he was employed hy Balen
tine Grocery Store here.
SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY
PUBLICATION NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA,
HAYWOOD COUNTY.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
T. L. GREEN, ADMINISTRA
TOR OF
JOE WYATT, DECEASED,
VS.
ANDY WYATT ET AL HEIRS
AT LAW OF JOE WYATT,
DECEASED.
The defendants in the above en
titled special proceeding: Roy Fin
ney and wife, Finney, by
whatever name called, Obera Jor
dan and husband, Bruce Jordan,
Haidee Lowe and husband, Clayton
Lowe, Pete Finney and wife,
Myrtle Finney, and each and every
of the unknown heirs of the late
Joe Wyatt, if any there be, by
whatever name called and where
soever located, will take notice that
an action (special proceeding) en
titled as above, has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina,
to sell the lands of the late Joe
Wyatt, to create assets to pay the
indebtedness of the said Joe
Wyatt; And the above named de
fendants will further take notice
that they are required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina, at his office
in Waynesville, North Carolina, on
the 18th day of October, 1943, and
answer or demur to the complaint
and petition filed in said action, or
the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in
said complaint and petition.
This the 9th day of September,
1943.
KATE WILLIAMSON,
Ass't. Clerk Superior Court of
Haywood, County, N. C.
No. 1323 Sept. 9-16-23-30.
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Liquid for Malarial Symptom
Bakery Uses Gas
For All Purposes
Doing a complete job for the
Waynesville Bakery are the numer
ous efficient gas appliances with R.
B. Pearce, owner-manager, has had
installed. These appliances which
do1 the jobs of water heating and
heating, as well as baking and deep
fat frying, have contributed much
toward the enviable record estab
lished by the bakery in its sanitary
rating. Mr. Pearce is justifiably
proud of the fact that he has more
than once earned a sanitary rating
of 100 per cent.
One of the interesting uses of
gas in the bakery is in the "proof
box" in which the doughnuts, rolls
and bread are speeded in rising by
the heat from a small gas burner.
Thermostatically controlled heat
enables the employees to turn out
those perfectly fried, delicious
doughnuts with a minimum of
waste of scarce shortening and
little smoke, for the heat of the
grease stays th; same right tem
perature throughout the frying
process.
Brading Gas Service, which in
stalled these'' appliances for the
bakery, points out that the same
clean heat can be used to advantage
in rural churches. A major ad
vantage of gas heat in addition to
doing way with coal dust and ashes
is its speed, cutting short the time
needed to heat a room or building.
Another advantage is that one room
can be heated without having to
heat the whole building. For these
reasons gas is used for heating
many churches in South Carolina,
states Stanley F. Brading, manager
of Brading Gas Service, adding
that the priorities can now be ob
tained for similar use in this sec
tion. Brading Gas Service furnishes
gas strvice to both domestic and
commercial users, including homes,
schools, hospitals and restaurants,
in Waynesville, Sylva, Bryson City,
Cherokee, Canton, Asheville, Bre
vard and Hendersonville and rural
sections in between.
Mr. and Mrs. William Clark and
son, Billy Howell, have returned
to their home in Jacksonville after
visiting relatives here.
Miss Mabel and Miss Evelyn
McCracken, of Waynesville, route
2, have gone to Cullowhee, where
they entered Western Carolina
Teachers College. They will be
members of the freshman class-
NOTICE
AH persons interested will take
notice that the undersigned, Frank
Parton, who was convicted of
abandonment at the July term,
1943, of the Superior Court of
Haywood County and a prison sen
tence imposed, has made applica
tion to the Commissioner of Pa
roles for a parole upon payment of
a reasonable fine. Persons wishing
to oppose such application should
communicate with the Commis
sioner at Raleigh, N. C.
This September 13, 1943.
FRANK PARTON.
No. 1325 Sept. 16-23
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