North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, AVQl ST
r. PAGE SIX (Firsi SeeffcrJ
THE WAYNES TUXE MOUNTAINEER
Service Men To
Return Unchanged
Says Chaplain
"You will find your returning
service man not a gnat deal dif
ferent," was the prediction of
Capt. Bill Erwin, chaplain in the
air corps, who has recently return
ed from overseas, and is resting
at Lake Junaluska, He addressed
the Rotary Club last week.
'Toxholes do not make Chris
tians," he said. "There are too
many not sincere in their religious
matters. I have had men tell me
they prayed for hours while on a
dangerous mission, and in a short
time after landing would be dead
drunk, out with notorious women,
and cursing up a storm." he con
tinued. "That is not true relig
ion." "The army gives a man an op
portunity to express what is inside
of liim. If he is good, he becomes
better. If he is bad, he often be
comes worse, which means there
is a definite need for more home
training."
National Known
Cattle Man Here
Dr. George E. Taylor, of New
Brunswick. N. J., was here this
week classifying the 50-head Jer
sey herd at State Test Farm. Dr.
Taylor is a national known auth
ority on cattle, and recently judg
ed tiie National Cattle Show.
You can't win. Every time you
sell anything at boom price, you
help inflation cut the value of your
bonds and life insurance.
ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS
1 increase flow of urine and
relieve irritation of the bladder
from excess acidity in the urine
Jir. you suffering unnecessary distress,
Itclt.ch., run-down feeling and discom
prt from excess acidity in the urine? Are
ou disturbed nights by a frequent desire
I pass water? Then you should know
about that famous doctor's discovery
DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT that
thousands Say gives blessed relief. Swamp
fcoot is a Carefully blended combination of
if barbs, roots, vegetables, balsams. Dr.
Ulnar's is not harsh or habit-forming in
may way. Many people say its marveluui
set Is truly amazing.
Sand for frse, prepaid sample TODAYI
Llks thousands of others you'll be gliyd
that you did. Send name and address to
Department D. Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box
taSS. Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send
M SUca. AH druggists sell Swamp Root.
NOTICE OF SALE
NORTH CAROLINA.
HAYWOOD COUNTY. .
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEOEHE THE CLERK
BOBENA ROGERS PA DC. KIT,
ET AL
VS.
BBANNEU GILMER. ET AL
Under and by virtue of an order
and judgment of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, made
and entered in the above entitled
BDecial proceeding, being No. 322
on special proceeding docket of
said court, on the 6th dav of Au
gust, 1945, I will sell at public
outcry on the premises on Daisy
Avenue, at 11 o'clock A. M. Mon
day, September 24th. 1945. to the
highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described lots of land, to
wit, Jots Nos. 7. 8. 3. 10. 11 and
12, in Block "C ', Oak Forest Ad
dition as surveyed and platted bv
E, C. Brown, C. E., which plat is
recorded in deed book "R". page
600. Said lots are located on
Southwest side of Daisy Avenue
in the Town of Waynesville. N. C.
and are described cn block, as fol
lows: BEGINNING on a stake in Daisv
Avenue 100 feet South of the in
tersection of Brown street and said
Daisy Avenue and runs thence S
89 28' W. 200 feet to a stake;
thence S. 48' W. 150 feet to a
3take; thence S. 89 28' W. 100
feet more or less to the W. S.
Brown line; thence with said line
S. 35 30' E. 183 feet to a stake;
thence N. 89 28' E. 192 feet to
Daisy Avenue; thence along Daisy
Avenue N. 5 48' E. 300 feet to
the beginning, as described in deed
from J. M. Moody et al to R. Q.
McCracken, R. D. Gilmer and Dr.
H. M. Rogers, dated Sept. 3. 1891,
and recorded in book No. 24, page
493, (Teeord of deeds of Haywood
County.
' 5 T. L. GREEN,
Commissioner.
No. 1460 Aug. 23-Sept. 13.
1
SPECIALIST
LlKE every other pro
fetsion, life insurance also
has its specialists. Your Jef
ifavson Standard representa
tive is a specialist in "Plan
net! Protection." He is equip
ped by training and experi
I nce to analyze your needs
and help you build a life in
surance program tailored to
your individual requirements.
Without cost to you he will
& glad to talk with you and
:b4p you work out your
"Planned Protection" pro
gram. Call or write him today.
S. E. Connatser
Special Representative
Route 2 Waynesville
Community Can
nery At Bethel
Will Open Today
The Bethel community cannery
will open today, with all facilities
reads' for canning fruits, vegeta
bles and meats, according to I. A.
McLain. supervisor, and Mrs. Joe
Ueverage, cannery manager.
This week the cannery will oper
ate today and Friday, and start
ing next week will be open on
Tuesday and Friday every week
as long as the needs demand, it
was said.
Mr. McLain said the cost of cans
and processing would run from 4'-2
to 7 cents per can. depending on
the size and type cans used. This
covers all costs, he said.
For any details covering uses of
cannery, patrons are asked to con
sult either Mr. McLain or Mrs.
Beverage.
Major Smothers
Named Assistant
Attorney General
Major George Armistead Smath
ers. U. S. Marine Corps, who serv
ed lb' months in the South Pacific
theatre, was recently discharged
from the armed forces, and has
been appointed a special assistant
to the newly named U. S. Attorney
General Tom Clark.
Upon his return from the Pa
cific theatre Major Smathers was
assigned to the office of the judge
advocate in Washington, D. C, and
was promoted to major. Upon re
quest of Mr. Clark he was dis
charged from the armed forces and
duties with judge advocate and
assigned to his office.
He will either be assigned to
Boston, where he will assist in the
trial of ex-boss Curley, or to Flor
ida to prosecute some important
government cass pending there.
In either event he will take a short
vacation before assuming his new
duties and will spend part of the
time here with his parents, Judge
and Mrs, Frank Smathers, and will j
be joined by his wife and two
small sons.
Waynesville Man Had
First Concession At
Atomic Bomb Plant
Robert L. Sutton, of Waynesville,
had the first concession at Oak
Ridge, Tenn., where the famous
and destructive atomic bomb was
built. Mr. Sutton ovvnett a barber
shop at Oak Ridge, and also at
I'ontana.
Army Chaplain To W.C.T.C. Will
Speak At Local Begin 56th Year
Methodist Church September 11th
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bramlett had
as their guests last week Mrs. Joe
Baxter and her father, J. S.
Mullin, of Dothan, Ala. Mrs. Bax
ter, wife of the late Dr. Baxter,
formerly resided here and came
at this time on business.
on'l Expect Too Much
Too Soon - - -
The situation is casing up some, hut not
enough to expect loo much of the short
items all at once.
YOU CAN KXPECT TIIK SANK
High Quality
Always
Pearce's Bakery
Boosters Hold
Annual Ladies
Night For Guests
More than 65 members of the
Boosters Club and then' wives at
tended the annual ladies night at
Lake Logan last Thursday night.
No formal program was held,
and after the dinner, the group
went into the lodge lobby and sang
familiar songs.
Whitner I'revost welcomed the
guests, and .Mrs. Sam Knight re
sponded. Rev. S. K. Crockett
spoke briefly, following 11. L. I're
vost and Mis. L. M. Hicheson.
Di'wev ilvilt, president of the
club, was master of ceremonies.
Chaplain George A. Baker, as
sistant post chaplain at Moore
General Hospital, will speak at
the First Methodist Church on Au
gust 26 at 8:00 o'clock. Chaplain
Maker will discuss the responsi
bility of the local church to re
turning service men and the part
that the church can play in the to
tal readjustment program. In
connection with this, he will cite
some of his experiences in the :
armed forces. I
Chaplain Baker is a Methodist
minister and a member of the Up
per South Carolina Conference.
He has served four years in the
armed forces, 21 months of which
was in the Pacific theatre of action.
At present he is stationed at Moore
General Hospital.
Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege will open for its fifty-sixth
year of work on the afternoon of
September 11. All freshmen are
asked to assemble at the Hoey
auditorium on Tuesday afternoon
al two o'clock to begin a program
of orientation, which is he.d an
nually at the college for new stu
dents. Registration for freshmen
and transfer students will tv held
on Thursday. September 13.
Former students will register for
classes on Friday, September 14.
The college dining room will be
open for meals at six o'clock on
Monday evening, September 10.
Classwork for all students be
gins Saturday. September 15.
Dr. H. T. Hunter is president ot
the teachers' college.
Now-When your dau
ters need them---
Let Us Bake For You
Cpl. Arthur Woody Is
Home From Overseas
Cpl. Arthur Woody arrived here
yeslcrd.iv from a year overseas.
He landed in Hampton Hoads and
ticini there to Fort Hra'Jt' and ihen i
home, lie has been in service for
I h" past liree . ( ars
NOTK I) OK TRI'STKE'S SAI.F,
YOU CAN filVE YOURSELF A DELUXE
w9 ) nnA
September 1
lock
( Hi Mond;
al eleven i
court house door in the
Waynesville. N. ('.. 1 wil
sale al public oulery to
est bidder for cash, the
. I'llfi.
I. al the
Town of
oiler for
the high
following
lands and premises lying and be
ing in said Town ol Vvaynesville.
Haywood ('oiinly. North Carolina,
described as follows:
Heing the same land sold and
conveyed by deed from C. M.
Dunn and wife, to W. V. Roberson
and wife. HHilNMNd on Thomas
Street 250 feel from Flint Alley,
running N. :" 45' K. " 192 feet;
S. 4(i K. 9(1: thence S. 53
190 feel to Thomas Street:
N. 4(i W. with Thomas
100 feel to the BEGIN-
thence
,'iO' W.
thence
street:
NINC.
Sale made pursuant to power of
sale conferred upon me by virtue
of that certain deed of trust exe
cuted by Alice K. Houston (widow),
dated March fth. 1927, and record
ed in Hook 19, page 19(i, Record
of Deeds of Trust of Haywood
County.
This 17 day of August. 1945.
J. K. MF.DFORD, Trustee.
No. 1457 Aug. 23-Sept. 13
Now you can give
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$X1
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taining identical ingredients used by beauty
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Mothers! Cite your daughter a TONI COLD
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PLUS 15c TAX
COMPLETE WITH CURLERS
AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED
From Now On, Your Motto Should lie-
Save Dollars at Raiff
weaier
avings
All wool slipover sweaters,
J I ST IN . . . in every wanted
color . . . worth to $1.J8 . . .
sizes :! 1 t 40.
$3.69
Smith's Cut-Rate Drug Store
Slipover Sweaters
In n wide variety of colors.
$1.98 to $3.98
Does Your Little Girl Wear Froj
Size7tol4?
Then come to Raiffs for sweaters ;inl skirts
lAj J f)
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Our Tenth Season In Waynesville
This Season We Have
TWO
SALES
DAILY
11:00 A. M.
8:00 P. M.
Largest, Finest Collection
at I
Our i. s
"''''MssMsssssrsss IH HI
Offered At Auction Daily
Fine Diamond Jewelry Imported Porcelains
Watches Clocks
Antique English Silver
Sterling Silver
Genuine Paintings
Antique Furniture
Art Goods
TWO
SALES
DAILY
11:00 A. M.
8:00 P. M.
Hundreds Of Items Too Numerous To Mention
And The Finest Collection Of Lace Dresden Figures Ever
Offered To The Public For Sale.
v aMaPic HjMiLd ooci aii iiiaco Dale
Two Sales Daily
Il:d0a.m.-8:00p.m.
Waynesville Art Gallery
Two Sales Daily
11:00 a.m.-8:00p.m.
$&r Skir
'ea'tM'' s"me
jjjjr sJs' yolks ... in solii
A ors and pl;ii,N .
V ' Ml Some with upfi
prvj tat
Skirt Savings
More skirts here to select from than you find elw
Group 1. Pleated and gored skirts . . . Reduced to
$1.98
Group 2. Pleated and Dirndl skirts, with and without ruffl
Reduced to . .
$2.98
Croup 3. Wool Plaids, Gabardines. Twills .
. . . Reduced to . . .
$3.98
A Word To Larger Women:
Raiffs Have Skirts To Fit You
Or Do You Have A Tittle' Tot Wearing From M
to 6??? You'll Find A Lovely Selection of S1
and skirts at . . ,
$1.98
Remember: There are no
selections rrnvwhere: There 0T6
better values; For All Your Ne
, Shop
:;f :W.'!tlNr:W;i
Main Street
2 Doors From Theatre
    

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