PAGfc FOUR (First Section)
St. John's School To
Open Tuesday, Sept. 4
St. John's School will open in
all departments on Tuesday, Sep
tember 4, according to Rev. A. V.
Hohrhachcr. .superintendent. The
academic year huts nine months.
Registration lor the coining year
will he held .it the school ollicc
Friday. August ;il
St. John's School is a private
school for pupils from the first
through the twelfth grades. Hot ii
hoys and girls are accepted as day
pupils. Hoarding school facilities
are open to girjs onh. Additional
features of the school arc a kin
dergarten, music department, and
High school courses are given in
religion, Knglish, Latin, French,
Spanish. Cerninn, history, citizen
ship, sociology, general math, alge
bra 1 and 2, geometry, trigonom
WANTKD - Fn.il.ige cutter with
Ho feet piping. Must he in good
condition. P. (). Box ::.. Way
nrsville. Aug v;t
YVANTKD TO H KNT by careful
tenant last week of August
i shin or cottage turnr.heil in or
near Va nesville. Phone '.'D2 er
ri'r Hex 1 73. Aug '.'A
FOR S-Al.K Farm. Mooney Cove,
forty acr tract, plenty springs
Twenty acres under cultivation
balance in woods, saw timber.
Couple small boxed houses, two
Iwnv Price J.'t.OilO (Hi See F.
C. liadhhonc. Houle 2
Aug '.) ic. ;';t :in
l. IMhSKY li A D I O SKKVICF
licasonable prices. Work guar
auteed. S6 Main .Street, Way
T.'ANTKD TO BUY shoals and
hogs. Will pay top prices Sec
.liinaluska Supply Company, tf
FOR SUP COVFliS, button holes
covered buttons, buckles and
tx'lts, also Jiemsti'ching. see Mrs
T. L. CampbeK it 11 Masonit
Temple, phone 525-.!.
I AVE YOUR SEWING MACHINE
repaired at Campbell' Slip Covei
and Repair Shop. 1 1 Masonic
Building, Phone 525-J. If
YOU SAI.F, - 5-room house and lot.
and small orchard near Hazel
wood Oarage on Balsam Road.
See Perry Norman or Phone
171-J. July 2ti-Aug 2a
TIANO Tt'NINO. Voicing and
Impairing. Bethel 11. S.. Way
nesville, N. C. Paul Shepherd
$15 Per Week
Must be qualified to take dictation, transcribe
notes and do typing.
Opening in office of local plant. Permanent.
Salary based on ability and experience of
APPLY AT UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT
40 Main Street Waynesville, North Carolina
etry, general science, biology
chemistry, art, speech, typing.
Gregg shorthand, and bookkeep
i he. commercial department of
the high M ill id ollei., lourses in
slioi 1 Hand. 1.. ring. hooKHccpiug,
ami ,;eni,il onoe pr.icucc. 1 ins
coin . e i., also 1 1, it 1 1 io post gi au-
li.HC Sl l,i ni...
M. ,iim:i .-, gi.iiii.u,ii :,iioo Mas a
l,Ul,,.ll O I lj.,Ol , t ,11 I Oil. NU.
M. J Mil li . kllali I kj, len is Oilcll
lo iniuiien oi not. i M'Xi'h iroiii
.i,e. i iie.v
ni'ij either attend the inorning
sesi-ioii iioni !);()) t,, 12:1)0, or the
."ix-uour ses.ion from 1)1)0 a. in
!o ;i no p. oi , or Hit may attend
I lie .'II day kindergarten from !):0()
"i lo a ... in. A hot lunch
HF.NF.KI I' Ngl'Alit; DAN C E
Sponsored In Woman's Club at
Ai'imiiy Wetlnesday, 2!Kli. Sam
Quern and his famous Soco Cap
String Band will he in charge.
Admission ,M)- a prison Don't
miss the, eshihlmn of Folk
Dancing Join the crowd on
Wednesday night Aug. 2
FOR SAI.F Several homes m the
id'., also one gooil income
properly. II II Moll, office at
Boyd I'urinliiie Co. Aug. 2,'l
FOR SU.I-: i;!7 ituick Special
Sedan, six wheel,; good contb
I'l'ii I'alinei' House. Aug. 2ii
FOR SAI.F A iiipliliii. complete
set ready io u e Speaker. Mike,
and 2 stands. Cord, etc. Fxtra
set tubes. Fine tor Church use.
OROWPFRS. .Main Street. Can
ton. N, C. if
:i.!.'RF !T I I KM I I RK STORE
lias opening for two or more
energetic and ambitious young
ni-n. interested in a permanent
job u ith a luliire. Apply in per
son at Caiiflt Furniture Store.
FOR SAI.i: -H-I'ont House Trail
er. May he seen at Camp Ad
wnturc. Lake .liinaluska. See
Mr. Blaugh. Phone
FOR RENT Collage at Lake
.liinaluska. two looms and bath.
Available until Sept. loth. Call
Mrs. Manuel II. Jones at :ib'4.
i'ASH PAID For Ty prwritcrs and
Adding Machines, call or write
and we w ill come to your place
in person. Phone 24H7 or write
CHOWDERS. Mam Street. Can
ton. C. f
WIU. TRADE Auto Radio and
aerial for portable battery and
electric radio. F. II. Saunders,
Short Street Phone 172 office:
Mil. I residence. Aug. 2
FOR SAFE Two choice residen
tial building tots on (irand View,
also one lot just off Welch
Street Phone 2710. Canton, or
note owners Box 772. Pasadena.
'I'cxas. Sept. Kj
FOR SAFE Slorkline collapsable
baby buggy with steel frame and
in good (ouditiou. Phone 62.
Ask ler Mrs. ( asey . .uf;. 2,'i
UlPINC MACHINES For sale or
tent Phone : , wlite
CHOWDERS. Mam S'leet. Can
Ion, N. C. f
Crawford McMahan to Ruth
Keener, both of Haywood county.
Raleigh T. Waldrop to Naomi
Ashe, both of Brevard.
and two supplementary meals are
served each day.
The music department offers
courses in piano, organ, violin, all
bras and reed instruments.
Bus service is available to Sylva,
Canton, Soco (Jap, and interme
diate points uithin a 20-niilc ra
dius. C.raminar school and high school
classes begin at 9:00 a. in. anil last
until 3:20 p. rn.
We punish the Nazis for murder
ing i'oles; the Poles murdering
lews; Jew extermists in Palestine
murder Knglislimen Nice world
FOR SAFE - Philco Cabinet Radio
See O. H. Shelton. Aug 2:i
WANTED Til) head of cattle for
wintering. Full silage and hay
feed in first class barn. P O
Box 55, Waynesville. Aug 2'j
POST Between Kirpatrick Apts.
and I'ost Office, Naval Air Crew
Wings pin i. lit fiom son to!
mother. Finder please return
Mountaineer. Aug. 2.'i I
FOR SAFE - Majestic smoke-eater
hotel or restaurant range. Pal
mer House, Pigeon St. Aug 2'.
FOR SAFE Nine-room house with
all conveniences; two acres laud
and small orchard; near in on
East Street. Call phone 4(15 ,1
for particulars. Aug. 2,'i
FOR RENT- -September and pos
sibly longer, furnished five-room
house. All conveniences. Cjuiet
hut accessible to Main St. Adults
only. Phone 115-.I. Aug. 2'A
HEFP WANTED Cirl with
knowledge of typing, filing, gen
eral office procedure. Blading
Oas Service. If
DOMESTIC IIEFP WANTED
Full-time; reasonable bonis:
good pay. Mrs. Blading, Welch
Street, phone 202. tf
TYPEWRITER REPAIRS Type-!
writers and Adding Machines
overhauled, cleaned and adjust
ed. We call in person. Phone
2487 or write CROWDERS, Main
Street, Canton. N. C. tf
WANTED Electric, kitchen range.
RANOE. care The Mountaineer :
FOR SALE .22 Cal. Rifle, Win-,
Chester model 52. 2H inch barrel,
equipped with Redfield hooded j
sight, sling and extra clip
magazine. Price $(!5 00. Box
524, Fake .liinaluska, Tel. 202-R
Aug. 21! .
FOR SALE One Chevrolet one
half ton pick-up truck. In good
condition with all good tires.
Oct in touch with William Sut
ton. Rt. 2, Waynesxille. N. ('..
Box 174. Aug. 23-Sept. fi
FOR SAFE-One Ensilage cutter.
Contact B. F. Jackson. Clyde. N
C. Aug. 23-30
R A. Cook.
Salem. N. C.
; in plastic frame:
Necessary to ow n
Route 7, Winslon
CAPT. SAM C WELCH has ar
iii'd lroin Fort Benning, tia., to
spend a W day leave here at Oak
Park. Capl. Welch, who volun
teered soon alter the attack on
Peai I Harbor, returned in the early
summer I rum a year's tour of duty
m the CaiTihr.ui aiea and was sent
to Fort Benning, Oa , for advanc
ed traiiulig. Upon completion of
the course lie was sent to Fort
McPneison and given a leave.
At the time he entered the ser
vice Capl Welch was senior exami
ner of the Federal Home Loan
Bank of the Tenth District with
hcaihpiartor-, in Topeka, Kan. He
was inducted al Fort Leavenworth,
lev . and took Ins basic training at
Camp Wollers. Tex , after which he
attended Oflircr Candidate School,
Fort Benning. and from there was
sent lo Camp Croft, where he was
stationed prior to being sent out
of the Stales.
('apt. Welch was accompanied
here by Mrs. Welch and their young
son, Sam C. Welch, III.
In the Superior Court
Tiic defendant in the above en
titled action will lake notice that
action has been commenced in
the Superior court of Haywood
County. Stale of North Carolina,
for the purpose of securing an ab
And the said defendant will fur
ther lake notice that she is re
quired to appear before the clerk
oi the Superior court in Waynes
ville, North Carolina, Mo days after
lhe Kith day of September, 1945,
and answer or demur to the com
plaint, tiled in said action or the
plaint ill' w ill apply for the relief
demanded in said complaint.
C. II I.F.A'I'IIERWOOD.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
This the Hi day of August, 1945.
No. 145!) Aug. 23-Sept. 13.
LOOK HERE! Wanted Men and
Women to start in business on
our capital. Sell some 200 farm
home Products in Waynesville.
Also North Haywood and Jack
son counties. Thousands of our
dealers now make quick sales,
big profits. For particulars write
llawleigh's, Dcpt NCH-245-192,
Richmond. Ya. Aug. 23
WANTED A good home for 2'a
year old Collie and (i-mnuth pup.
w ill pay for services more if
Hie two animals arc kept togeth
er. See Mrs. Rufus L. Allen.
'City Ras convenience'
a rural service with
C nokm? Water heating
A'k us helntp you buy.
orccml'sts in (S.is unci tins Appliances
ninie-,lir HJirl Commercial
kkaiunc; ;.S SERVICE
Phone 202 Welch t Slmrt
from Factory 1
r i .
This modern way o? nrrlrtlnf jhoM f,-r
Mm and Women dirprt from th lartre
jfartory stock - (Lssiircs yon of many ad
Vantages jou'll appreciate:
Variety of Stylei
Accurate Fit Guaranteed
HMpct the sty It you prefer
from over 200 smart models
! shown. Your shoes will then
be delivered to you tn a few
dnyt . . . perfectly made of
flnpst leathers, guaranteed
to please and savt you
Ask me to pjve. you a demonstration of
our Personal Pitting Service In your own
home or office. No obligation.
S. E. GREER
Sanitary Barber Shop
Main St. Waynesville
( f"z$ Iff
Speaks In County
Senator Clyde R. Hoey spoke
twice in the county over the week
end, appearing on the platform of
the Lake Junaluska Assembly Fri
day evening and speaking to ap
proximately 300 members of the
Five Year Cluli of the Champion
! Paper and Fibi f Company in Can
I ton at their annual meeting on
j Saturday night. He also found
time to spend several hours in
Waynesville Saturday greeting old
The Senator presented opposi
tion to peace time military con
scription at the Lake, slating that
compulsory military training in
times of peace was out of harmnm
with the democratic spirit and the
democratic institutions of this
"America," said the Senator, "is
preparing to lead the nations of
the earth in the postwar world.
The vision and foresight of Amer
ican statesmanship, have already
provided the means for enabling
our country to give direction to
lhe course of world events and to
dedicate the resources and prestige
of this gnat republic lo rehabili
tating the devastated countries and
to further the cause of world
"Five successive steps have been
taken by congress to implement
the mechanism of international co
operation and to facilitate our par
ticipation in an effective manner
in the establishing and maintain
ing peace and stable conditions fol
lowing the close of the war," he
"We recognize the necessity of
meeting the practical situation of
helping the nations stabilize them
selves as prerequisite to the estab
lishment and maintenance of or
derly government. You cannot
have peace in a world of want
and hunger. We also owe it to
the other nations to give them an
example as to how a peaceful na
tion should conduct its own af
fairs," continued the Senator, as
he pointed out how America could
provide security for herself and
yet contribute the supreme factors
in conserving world peace.
In addressing the group at Can
ton Senator Hoey referred lo Reu
ben B. Robertson, executive vice
president of the company, as one
of the outstanding industrialists in
the country today, and that he had
found a spirit of optimism among
the employes of the company be
cause of the steady work they had
He expressed interest in the re
conversion plans and declared that
America is capable of developing
leaders, and that this country must
cooperate with the remainder of
the world in making readjust
rot pre-1 e.T b' , l
W. L. Lampkin at the re
quest of an official of the Bell
Telephone Company, is seek
ing information about John
Cairns, who is reported to have
spent around four years in this
vicinity writing about birds, in
the ears between 1896 and
Anyone who has any infor
mation about the writer is ask
ed to contact either W. L.
Lampkin or The Waynesville
(Continued from page one)
ing crowded conditions of the Way
nesville high school building has
made the new building necessary,
it was slated.
All existing science, shop, home
economies and other departments
are now housed in the existing
building and the erection of the
new plant will allow for the re
moval of these departments from
I he present building, providing the
space occupied by the mfor use as
Lidnsey M. Gudger, architect, of
Asbeville is now preparing the
plans for the building.
WOOD FOR SALE
With Coal Rationing and Labor and Trans
portation Difficulties, We Will Probably Ex
perience A Severe Shortage of 'Fuel Next
Now Is The Time To Lay In
A Supply Of Wood
Call 248-W or 331
HAZELWOOI) LUMBER COMPANY
0RR ffiIlC IN
la." t .r-
Fitted By Experts With Aid Of
C. J. REECE, Owner
Start Grid Practice
With 57 Turnout
Coach Carleton Weatherby's
Wavnesville Mountaineers began
football practice yesterday after
noon with 57 boys turning out for
the season. This is enough for
five complete teams, but it is ex
peetcd that some of the number
will drop out when the rough work
Only light drill was performed
yesterday with only drills to place
the players in condition being ad
Coach Weatherby stated that he
would not issue uniforms until the
first of next week, when the boys
get down tc business.
The Mountaineers have a tough
schedule, with the prospects for
a light, fast team in the making.
Due to the lifting of the ban on
travel and gasoline, the locals will
not have the difficult problem of
transportation that has been the
case in the past few years, and also
local fans will have the privilege of
America once had a cotton mo
nopoly. Dumbness lost it, and now
a dumb policy is surely destroying
what market is left.
Why scold congressmen for go
ing abroad? It's the only way to
learn. They should be required to
visit all of America, too.