, ,1 .i n n in cr t o
Mil ... ...:tu nrnns
which War time conditions
.laced on iuci". , ; '
tension afjronomist at
"" .. .v,- inn
is in North Carolina by the
-41'fltlOlls al K
with L34 last year,
Uaw will come with Bucn
grains, legumes, and pas-
leads all other crop' with
ow average yields of corn
d when a five-point pro
improved practices js put
Jf wHl"'t.e 440 farm-wide
Ins for lllCICUBC" jr.w-..,
ration, and control of dis-
Ld msccus. , ,
" agronomy participants . is
7, Ho- as luihh"1"
in 1944. nere
baao i second place with
addition to the 4-H club
...... Ua AAlllltV SPAntS
;pect to advise about 127,-
K ........nntirtn With
plans for increased 'yields
-.ttel" qlluilij u"."1'"
Lcted On Jan. 24
reirular health clinic held
.,... .,,,,111 of the Dis-
IMC .VJV..... r- ;
Health Department in Hay
.,(,. M-iii ho conducted on
R'ednesday afternoon, Jaiui-
floin 1 :30 to 4:00 o'eioch
,' office nt' the health de
nt iii the court house.
Marv Miehal, assistant dis-
healih oflieer, and Mrs.
Howies Bryson, Jiaywooil
nulilie health nurse, will
mge of the clinic.
Ejudge falls often
ii iv A POMS. Indiana.
Marion county prisoners un-
dly wish that Judge John u.
s would slip on the ice and
ain. ror the last time me
did this, he ordered two
in to clean the ice off the
Pit and then granted them
release a week early.
MICA'S FINEST CEREAL
:;: - s
MRS. CLYDE LYLE, the former Miss Martha Creene, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Greene, whose lnairianv to Mr. l.yle took place
in Clayton, da., on Septemlier Mh. The young eoupl,'- me ivsidinr
at Waynesville, K.F.I). No. .
Cpl. William Van Toy
Here On 30-Day Furlough
Marine Corporal William Van
Toy, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James E, Toy, of Waynesville, is
spending a thirty-day furlough at
his home with his parents near
Cpl. Toy is a member of the
First Marine Division and served
32 months in the South Pacific
where he took part in the Peleliu
At the time he volunteered in
the service Cpl. Toy, veteran
leatherneck, was a student nt the
Waynesville high school.
INDIANAPOLIS. Indiana. An
unnamed Hoosior says he will con
tinue to do the "Good Samaritan"
act, if he is repaid like he was the
last time. He loaned his camera
and two rolls of film to a neigh
bor boy home on furlough, who
was a mere acquaintance, and
then much to his own dismay
found ho. could not buy films.
Shortly afterward a package came
from, the boy's arniy camp, con
taining a package of film.
Pvt. Jack, Bramlett
Graduates From School
I'. S. Marine Private Jack
Bramlett, son of Mr. and Mrs.
P. I). Bramlett, of Cove Creek, has
graduated from the Field Tele
phone School at Camp Lejeune,
according to information received
from the camp.
Pvt. Bramlett attended the high
school and trade school at North
Carolina State College prior to
enlisting in the U. S. Marine
I He is now qualified to install
and maintained all types of tele
phone equipment used in the field
by the Marine Corps. The 10
I week course included the theory
of telephone, electricity, maps and
diagrams, ties and splices, switch
board operation, ami training ma
I neuvers in the field.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dem
ocratic Representative James
F. O'Connor of Montana, died at
his home in Washington last night,
his office said today. He was (Wi
and a resident . pl. Ljviijgstgn,.
The 1944 Mayfield award,
"Koad to Salem', by Adeliade L.
Fries, should be read with inter
est by all North Carolinians. This
book may be borrowed from the
Haywood County library.
This is the story behind the
Easter Sunrise service for which
Winston-Salem is noted. It is a
factual story, but through it
shine : the drama, the color, the
charm of aunique frontier experi
ence. The year is 17M; the month,
November; the place Carolina
frontier, Farther North, George
Washington, twenty-one, is car
rying n important message to
Fort Le Boeuf from Williams
burg. Ten-year-old Thomas Jefferson
is at Shndwell looking toward the
Blue Ridge. In Carolina Daniel
Boone, 19, is living on the "V ad
kin and Governor Glen is build-,
ing Fort Prince George among the
Cherokees. From Norfolk, Wil
mingtn, Charles Town, Savannah,
cargoes of tobacco, deerskins, rice,
mdio, lumber and naval stores sail
or Europe, and ships bring back
manufactured goods from the Old
World. "As a result of this thriv
ing commerce, mansions have vis
en along th tidewater rivers. The
College of William and Mary is
sixty years olJ. Benjamin Frank
lin has begun to improve postal
But on the Carolina frontier
there are no mansions, no col
leges, no roads, no postal ser
vice. Here tomahawk flashes and
the cabins of settlers go up in
flames. Into this region a Mora
vian Bishop leads a small com
pany of carefully chosen men to
found an organized community,
a center of Christian life ami ser
vice. These Moravians are a cul
tivated people. They have eomo
by way of Bethlehem, Penn., from
Saxony, a highly industrialized re
gion given to urban living and to
the cultivation of the arts and
crafts. They brng to the Caro
lina frontier, their music, their
architecture, their medicine, their
law, their love of family Jifc and
above all the religion for which
they have suffered persecution.
It is the story of this com
munity that "The Road to Salem"
tells a (list hand account by four
time married Catherine, who saw
it all hapiHUi. Miss Fries has
translated her story from the
crabbed German script of her
autobiography written in lWI and
has supplemented it from other
contemporary materials to tell a
story of American life which few
Americans know. ,
Miss F'ries, herself a Moravian
and a descendant of the founders
in North Carolina, is now Archiv
ists of the Southern Province of
the Moravian Church and a dis
tinguished member of a number
of historical societies. She is the
author of several books on Mora
vians and is translator and editor
M Re$ Estate
Pearce Holder, et ux to Ada
C. Dotson, et vir. ,
Fine Creek Township
L. S. Ray, et ux to Wiley Led
ford, et ux.
Ivy Hill Townthip
FiaJikio James to F. S. James.
Iron Dun Township
H. B. Bryson, et ux to J. Man
son Med ford.
Nell Keys, et vir, to R. L. Ferguson.
Jonathan Creek Township
R. C. Duckett to Joe Early.
James B. Garrett to Mrs.
Guy Harrell, 'et ux to J. T.
J. T. Harrell to Clyde Moore.
Calvin Rose, et ux to William
McKinley Hannah to Walter
Jim Queen, et ux and Tom
Queen to W. M. Farmer, et ux.
J. H. Morgan, et ux to J. R.
Crusty, et ux.
Annie C. Nichols, et vir, Silas
Nichols, to Edna Kerley.
Anne Albright, et ux to W. F.
Albright, et ux.
Hardin Franklin, et ux to O.
H. Burress, et ux.
G. F. Mashburri, et ux to Mrs.
Anne L. Bryson.
W. R. Stepp and Oma Stepp
to J. M. Bannibner.
F. N. McElroy to Thomas A.
Garrett and Fannie Garrett.
Clyde Fisher to F. N. McElroy.
Fred Wood, el ux In J. M.
Long, et ux.
J. li. Leatherwood, el ux to W.
Connie Muse, et ux to G. F.
M. Masliburn and A. G. Mash
burn. Mrs, Annie Haynes to Grovcne
Anna Catherine Phillips and
Beatrice Phillips to W. Martin,
W. J. Lancaster ami B. F. Wheel
LOS ANGELES, California.
The Venezuelan government has
granted Standard Oil's Richmond
Exploration company a second
group of oil concessions covering
roughly one million acres. Most
of the concession area is in th
tropical delta off the Ornieo riVer.i
Hospitals Would '
Adoption of the Recommenda
tion made by the Governor's Com
mission on Hospitals and Medi
cal Care which calls for the build
ing of rural hospitals and health
centers in all counties not ade
quately equipped at present will
also brine with it a number of
Other important medical services,
says Dr. C. ll Hamilton, head of
the rural sociology department at
' If the legislature -ar-:c:. out
this recommendation, it would
mean new hospitals in at least 20
counties, and the enlargement of
these in at least 50 other counties.
This recommendation is based on
a well demonstrated iact; Kurai
hospitals do attract more doctors
to rural communities.
Results of a survey, conducted
by Dr. W. S. Rankin, trustee of
the Duke Endowment and direc
tor of its hospit. 1 u!' tion, and
reported by him in a lecture to
the School of Hygiene and Pub
lie Health of Johns Hopkins Uni
versity, prove this point. Dr. Ham
Dr, Rankin pointed out three
ways in which the addition or im
provement of these hospitals will
also bring better medical services
to the people of rural North Car
These points are: The hospital
attracts the young, highly compet
ent physician with from two to
five years post-graduate hospital
experience. Second, the hospital
improves an inadequate medical
service by multiplying the pro.
fessronal capacity . of the physi
cians in the community'' Third,
a rural hospital greatly improves
inadequate' medical care, especial
ly for those of limited means.
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE I
Having qualified as AdhSinistra-'
tor of the estate of Sallitf C. Bojfd,
deceased, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against said '
estate to file same with the under
signed at Waynesville, N, C, on
or before the 28th day of Dacember,
1945, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar thereof. All persona indebt
ed to said estate will please make
pnorapt payment thereof to the
undersigned. ' i
This 28th day of December, 1!)44.
J. Ii. rOYD, Administrator, !
Estate of Sallie C. Boyd,
Ko. 1400 Dee. 28In. 4-11-18-25- ',
List Your Property
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR . COURT
PAUL C. BLACKWELL
PEARL S. BLACKWELL
The defendant, Pearl S. Black
well, will take notice that an ac
tion entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro
lina, to obtain an absolute -divorce
upon the grounds of two years
separation of . man and wife; and
the said defendant will further
take notice that she is required to
appear at the. office of the Clerk
of the Superior ' Court r-iof, said
County in the court-house in; Way
nesville, North ; Carolina, ; within
thirty, daya after tbe r27th day of
January, 1945, and answer" or de
mur to the complRint filed in said
action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint,,. -.';. y
- ThiB the 27th day of December,
1944.: (. - V- ...r--.v 'V
, jn GERTRUDE P. CLARK, '.
1 Asst. Clerk Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina.
No. 1408 Jan. 4-11-18-2C. ;
Sife fa Yoor Poll
All property owners and taxpayers in Haywood County are required
to return to the list Takers for Taxation for the year 1945 all the Real
Estate, Personal Property, etc., which each shall own on the First day
of January. .
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 are requirei 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
Ivy Hill Mark Howell
Jonathan Creek . . . Fred Allison
Cataloochee I V. Ed White
Fines Creek Roy Rogers
Crabitree . .... Frank Medford
Pigeon Gay Burnett
White Oak Allen Davis
Waynesville J. S. Black
East Fork ....... K. G. Burnett
Iron Duff Grady Davis
Cecil Ned Moody
Beaverdam . . . James Henderson
Clyde Coman Francis