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is the place to start first.
We hear about morale, without
realising what it is. Morale is a
spiritual thing. Christ said that
he who would find his life must
lose it. He meant that he must
THE BOOK CORNER
Reading From Left To Right
FRANCES GILBERT FRAZIER
Ladies and gentlemen, let us in
troduce ypu to the new BOOK
lose self, if he would Uve happily I STORR,. Mr. Galusha, meet your
When He set forth' a summary
of all God's commandments, as.
"I don't believe I like the kitchen on that side. Let's see
how it looks over here!"
JONES RADIO SERVICE Where
radio is a specialty. 50 Main St.
Waynesville, N. C. T-P
IN THE book department of The
Mountaineer you will find "THE
UNVANQJJ1SHED," written by
Howard Fast. It is George Wash
ington at his best. Feb. 7
FOR SALE Heatrola in good con
dition. See Leo Hill; Hazelwood.
THE BOOK DEPARTMENT of The
Mountaineer is still having high
time with "HIGH TIME," by
Mary Lasswell.. Of course you
remember her first book, "SUDS
IN YOUR EYE." Fob.
WANTED Men for grading, ditch
ing and clearing land. Call
WANTED An apartment or house
by a returned veteran. Perma
nent resident. Contact Ernest
Edwards, at Garrett Furniture
. Store, Phone 1-J.
Jan. 31 Feb. 7-14-21
Young woman to train
nt clerk at tourist hotel.
Bty and refinement nee
fcoom, board and good
start. Write Manager,
fcc Hotel, rtrunswick, Ga.
-4 room house 'a mile
Kubbcr Plant on sand
J M. I'almer, phone
N' FARMF.RS Your
tilers, farm equipment
tins ,-cction is Hunter
' All intiuiries will be
i equipment needs with
fOOI) and silly and read
W bke "LIFF tm 4
fACTOKY." by H. Allen
It's at till' l,nk
ine Mountaineer. 7
-An electric refrigcra
dairei. See Hush mm.
fle TrHery. Fcb. 7
J-E .V, Sitol: r II.
..viv.-, ui ugc
Howell farm on Jon-
rec- Two houses,
fwco barn, one acre
lfe- Jonathan Woody.
FOR SALE Business corner lot
one block from center of city
of Brevard; 72 feet on Broad
street, 147 feet on Probart St
Duncan - MacDougald, Brevard
N. C. tf
O R D E.R. STARK BROTHERS
FRUIT TREES now for spring
1940. Critical shortage of all
kinds of fruit trees means that
immediate reservation is neces
sary, for 1946 spring planting.
See me at once before many va
rieties are sold., out. Don't delay
and be disappointed. Z. L
MASSEY, Box 44, Route 2, Way
nesville. Jan. 24-31 Feb. 7
CHARLESTON IN, ITS GLORY
with Miss Julie and Miss Tessie
That's "PRIDES WAY," by Rob
ert Molloy and it is in the book
department of The Mountaineer
FOR SALE Complete lunch coun
ter equipment; steam table, elec
tric cookers and warmers, coffee
makers, and double compartment
sink. Junaluska Supply Co.,
.Lake Junaluska. tf
YUM! YUM!! Come to the book
department of The Mountaineer
and look over that new cook
book: "THE MYSTERY CHEF'S
OWN COOK BOOK." Marve
lous meals at lower cost. 7
FOR SALE 83 acre farm joining
State Test Farm, on Raccoon
Creek; Write or call J; C. Keeter.
Bryson City, N. C. Feb 7-14r21-28
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LOST Off truck Friday night
about 7:00, platform rocker and
bed pillow. Somewhere between
Good' Year St., Waynesville, and
traffic light at Clyde. Notify Mrs.
Earl Messer or call 278-W.
WANTED 10 Fresh or Springer
milk cows 2 to 8 years old.
Write me what you have. Henry
Francis, Waynesville, If. C, Rt. 1.
FOR SALE Two Hundred Bales
of Timothy, and Clover Hay, $40
per ton. . Henry Francis, Francis
Cove. Feb. 7
WANTED A good, small
farm. Must be on good road
and, closet to Waynesville.
With, or without house
Write Andy Davis, Trust,
FOR ROCK, SAND AND GRAVEL
Move you anywhere or haul
anything. See Marshall Hannah,
or call 555.
Feb. 7-14-21-28 March 7-14
FOR SALE Team of horses, also
team mules; Guernsey female
calves; also dynamite, caps and
fuses. Sequoia seed potatoes;
baled straw. See J. F. Mann's
Dairy, Route 1. Canton.
Love God and love your neighbor
lie lett no placp for self. There
is nothing in the Bible about put
ting, self in the center. In fact, it
teaches the opposite. When we
open our hearts to God, then our
hearts receive His power. But that
power helps us but little, if it is
not permitted to pass through us
to others. It is like electricity.
It does not work unless the circuit
is complete. We complete spiritual
circuit when we receive God's pow
er, let it pass through us into the
lives of those about us, our neigh
bors. Here is the secret of happy, suc
cessful, joyous living. It is one of
the best prescriptions for good
health. It is so simple that many
won't take it.
If you are tangled up with self,
why don't you give God a chance
with your life? When He comes
into a man's life, self must move
out of the center. The desire to
be useful to others follows. The
result: true happiness. Why not
FOR SALE 4 good milk cows.
Will sell reasonable. If inter
ested see or write T. C. Bryson,
Jr., Sylva, N. C. Feb. 7-14-21
LOST Jan. 26 in Plott Balsam
section, white and red-spotted
male fox hound. Had scar on
top of one ear. Was wearing
collar with my name when lost.
Reward. Thos. H. Davis, Hazel-wood.
Cpl. Carl C. Matthews
Discharged From Army
Corporal Carl C. Matthews, son
of Mrs. Matthews, of Howell Mill
road, has received his discharge
from the armed forces. He entered
the service on July 11, 1943, and
was inducted at Fort McPherson
He recently returned from the
Pacific theater. He is entitled to
wear the Asiatic-Pacific theater
ribbon, with three bronze service
stars, the Philippine Liberation
medal with one bronze star, Vic
tory medal and Good Conduct
At the time he entered the serv
ice Cpl. Matthews was a student in
the Waynesville Township high
FOR SALE Double iron bed,
springs, and mattress, two circu
lator heaters, couch and two
chairs, with springs. One oil
stove. Will sell cheap. Reason
for selling, owner is leaving
State. Next door to Tate Guest
House, Mrs. P. M. Elder.
LOST One 24 months old brown
Collie puppy. Answers to name
of Humpty. Call 45 or write Mrs.
E. L- Lane, Waynesville. Reward
HAVE YOUR COAT OF ARMS
painted by Win. McCallum, 205
Mead street. Prices vary accord
ing to design. See samples at
The Mountaineer. Feb. 7
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of W. A. Noland,
deceased, late of Haywood county,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at
Waynesville, North Carolina, on or
before the 31 day of January, 1947,
or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment,.
This the 29th day of Jan,, .1946,
W. H. NOLAND,
Administrator of the Estate
of W. A. Noland, deceased,
Jan. 31- Feb. 7-14r21r28.March 7.
- Penor Court within
t January i0, 1946,
r demur to the 0nm'
sam actinn .u.
,u aia com
day of t, , ,.
PajToUfc -Report Systems
The Closmcm Co.
114 Main. Sti-Rom 3
Phone 357 Waynesville, Bf. C.
. 30 Years Experience
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
In The Superior Court
The defendant will take notice
I tha' an action entitled as above has
been commenced in the Superior
Court of Haywood County, North
Carolina, for the purpose of secur
ing an absolute divorce from the
Hpfeiidant upon the grounds of
adultery; and the said defendant
will further take notice that he
is required to appear at. the office
of the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said County, in the courthouse
in Waynesville. North Carolina,
within thirty days after the 21st
day of January, 1946, and' answer
or, demur to the complaint m saw
action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint. This the Zlst
day of January, 1946.
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,.
Clerk Superior Court.
1192 Jan. 24-31 Feb..7;-14..
T5 Paul Sheehan
Home With Discharge
T5 Paul Sheehan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Sheehan, of Dell
wood road, was discharged last
week at Fort Bragg. He entered
the service in September, 1942,
and at the time of his induction
was employed by the Waynesville
He is entitled to wear the Euro
epan theater ribbon with three
battle stars, Victory medal. Com
bat Infantryman's badge and the
Good Conduct medal.
He served with an airborne divi
sion in the European theater. He
has one brothor in the service, Pvt.
Robert Neal Sheehan, who is now
serving with the army of occupa
tion in Germany.
All of you customers who have
been so considerate and under
standing during the long period
of delays and inability to get all
the books ordered, will find in THE
BOOK STORE an opportunity to
really enjoy the privileges of see
ing all the new books advantage
ously displayed. Mr. Galusha has
contacted the several distributors
and have their promises that tho
coming year will find stocks very
much enlarged and deliveries
greatly facilitated. Orders will be
taken for books and, if it is pos
sible to get them, THE BOOK
STORE will fill all your readiTig
It has been a privilege and pleas
ure to serve you and we thank you
for the delightful associations of
our meeting you and talking over
books. But we know that you will
receive every cpnsideration and
courtesy from Mr. Galusha at THE
BOOK STORE and will find his
stock of books much larger than
we were able to carry.
Suppose you were a red-headed
sailor on leave in Now Orleans and
you'd had a most innocent chat
with an attractive lady named
Leah, and then had gone innocent
ly on your way. You had no idea
that for twenty-four hectic hours
Leah had done everything in her
power (and in New Orleans to
find you again. You had gone about
your business in your happy, care
free way but Leah had not the
slightest inkling of what a red
headed sailor on leave would do,
you see. Anyway she bumps into
more odd and ends during thai
trantic hunt ... but she lands her
man . . . breathlessly.
"THOSE OTHER PEOPLE" was
written by Mary King O'Donnell
and is the February selection of
the Literary Guild. 'Nuf said.
You who read "ALL QUIET ON
THE WESTERN FRONT," and saw
the famous movie of same, need no
inducement to read Erich Maria
Remarque's newest novel . . . his
first in five years incidentally . . .
"ARCH OF TRIUMPH." In this
book Remarque has put all tho ar
tistry of. his ability in fashioning
this captivating story of war-torn
countries with which he is so fa
miliar. There is no "dousing of colors"
in this book and at times, it is so
realistically strong in its wordago
that the reader holds his breath in
suspension. But there is no laying
the book down, we can assure you
of that; it holds you in a grip of
intensity and drama. And when,
you come to that line in the next-'
to-the-last paragraph where Ravic
says, "Human beings can stand a
great deal," you feel like echoing
Just as the tiny green leaves
point the way to Spring, so do tho
waiting lists of new books point the
way to good reading, and the long
summer days ahead will find many
hooks in the hands of those looking
for the best entertainment for
trips, wido porches, and cushioned
Before the war leas than 5 per
cent of the nation's hotel business
was handled by tourist camps.
These, small establishments are ex
pected to provide much greater
competition in postwar years, and
some hotel operators, principally in
the West and Southwest, have al
ready bcRun to prepare by buying
"outpost inns" to use as "feeders"
tor their main establishments.
J. HE intention of everr man with a family if
that his property be passed on to hia wife and children at
his death. Unfortunately, this doesn't always happen be
cause the family may be the very last to receive a part of
the estate property. Funeral expenses, other death costs
and outstanding debts have to be paid, and they come
ahead of the family.
Thousands of far-seeing men are using our
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