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USIDE OF LIFE
My word, Mother! You are any
tiling in the world but Whist ler-y!
You don't even start out being that
way, lor your hair has the nicest
thoroughly-brushed brown ha) I've
ever seen. And at times, it ,airlv
swirls in excitement as you hustle
lioin one self-appointed task to
iitiother. Feet on hassock? Not
,,u. Hands folded? Only in
tlm tfli have I ever seen that and
even then your fingers twitched
a wee bit in anticipation of some
Good Samaritan act of your own.
You're the first In the morning
to put out a house-wifijly hand for
Hie paper and the milk bottle still
dripping its icy particles into the
early morning sunlight. And it's
our ever watchful eye that gives
the last survey at night just before
ou flick out the last lingering light
ihal separates your whole world
from day and night.
And all the intervening hours
it's the same merry-go-round of
doing things. You stop just long
enough to help .some one mount
his hobby horse, perhaps, but then
you're off in a whiz of carousel
music to do something else worth
Hut not for one single instant
do you forget that you are a
mother. That is dominant in every
breathing moment of your twenty
fniir hour cycle. All other activi
ties are only the cogs of a mighty
w heel 'motivating that great heart
You stop to offer a comforting
shoulder for a very tired little
gill to rest against for the one
liniment necessary to restore her
mental equilibrium. Then you ex
tend a reassuring hand to the boy
whose feet are not quite firmly
stabilized on the ground from
which he was torn by I he exigenies
But, Mother, the most wonderful
thing you ever did was to give me
the priceless gift of your idolized
son . . . and all my life will be
spent in giving thanks for this
benefaction. They call me a war
bride from overseas. Rut 1 am,
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First National Bank Building
Father By Proxy
FORMER ARMY CAPTAIN Robert Ep
pler, 32, gets acquainted with his
new "son," Tony, 1 1-mnnths-old,
who w as brought to Los Angeles by
friends. When Eppler was stationed
in Britain he promised n rnnnln
there he would adopt their then un
born baby in event of misfortune to
themselves. A week after the child
was born, both parents were killed
by a buzz bomb. International)
QUESTION: What varieties of
tomatoes are wilt-resistant?
ANSWKli: Among the more
widely proved resistant varieties
are Rutgers, Mai -globes. I'rilrh.irrl .
and Pan America. Any of these
strains are good.
QUESTION: What is the recom
mended program for comnalliiu:
ANSWER: Ahoul three pounds
of mixed bait, iisjn.il fortified Red
S(uill poison with fish, meal, rolled
oats or cornmcil. is adequate for
the average farm homestead. II is
best not to use the powerful new
10(10 poison in any area where farm
animals can gel to it, hence, Red
Squill is used. This latter poison
is entirely lethal to any type of
rat bkeh to be found nil the Tar
Heel farm, including the "cotton"
rat or ordinary field rat. (he short
tailed rodent which is responsible
in many cases for the destruction
of quail coveys.
QUESTION': Can cake Hour be
ANSWER: The special, highly
refined cake Hour will not be
milled now because such (lours
were milled a( a low wheat extrac
tion rate, with only about 40 to 50
per cetn of the kernel going into
flour. However, some millers arc
producing for cake baking an !I0
per cent extraction flour from
selected soft wheat.
In sixth century B. C. Greece
there was almost no change in
men's or women's clothing styles
for 100 years. On the oilier hand.
In France under Marie Antoinette
hat fashions changed 17 times be
tween 1784-178G and fashions in oth
er apparel even more oft oner.
By RUTH CURRENT
N S. State College
It's time to clean up and clean
out winter's accumulation of deb
ris from all buildings. Clean,
grease, and replace worn parts of
mar hinery, look over buildings
'home and out-buildings, make
Eire prevention specialists say
inspect every building on the farm
and make sure:
1. Trash, rubbish, waste paper,
old clothing, feed bags, bedding
and the like are removed and
turned in for salvage. Eires origi
nate in debris which likewise
serves as tinder on any spark or
carelessly tossed match.
2. Dust, cobwebs, shavings and
other flammable materials, are
cleaned away from fuse boxes,
motors, and other electrical de
vices to avoid flash fires. Replace
worn extension cords, and repair
deh'et ive equipment.
:!. The heating plant and the
chimney are clean, lteplace worn
parts. Hepair cracks in masonry
joints in the chimney, anil install
a spark arrester if (he roof is not
protect r'd wilh fire-resistant roof
ing. 4. Lightning rod connections
are tiuht, not loosened by winter's
w ind, snow and ice.
a. All buildings are in good re
pair, that roofs are weather-light.
W ater sepeing into a building rots
sliuelure and water dripping into
properly cured hay may result in
spontaneous combustion. If a new
roof is needed, select a fire-resistant
roofing material, such as as
phalt shingles, metal, or asbestos.
Cover badly split, cracked side
walls preferably with fire-resistant
siding. Hepair broken flooring and
steps for safely and efficiency.
(1. flasolino and kerosene are
stored in metal containers or un
derground at a safe distance from
main buildings. NEVEH use or
si. ire flammable cleaning fluids.
U. S. Marshal Covers
70,000 Miles In Year
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. The
Navy's slogan of ".loin the Navy
and See Hie World" has a contem
porary among United Stall's mar
shals. That is, if most marshals gel
about as much as Deputy 1'. S.
Marshal Houston Minor.
Minor's travels last year took
him 70,000 miles and included a
visit to 411 of the 4(1 states, ranging
from the Atlantic to the Pacific
and from Canada to the Gulf of
His journeys, which carried him
into every stale but North and
South Dakota, Montana, Vermont
and-New Hampshire, were not ex
actly tourists' delights, however.
Although the prisoners he was
transferring usually spent the
night in a bed of sorts, he often
had to sleep in his car and at one
lime he went 40 hours without
food. That happened when he was
caught on the road on V-J Day,
when roadside cafes joined in clos
ing for celehrat ions.
NOTICE OF SAI.F.
J. L. Walker.
E. H. Walker and wife, Thelma
Walker. Kenneth E. Walker and
wife, Verdeena Walker, Bobby
Walker riezzill and husband,
Joseph Rezzil, Mrs. Arthur Walk
er, w idow of Arthur Walker, de
ceased, and Walker. Minor
by her Guardian Ad Litem, T.
The undersigned, having been
appointed as a Commissioner of
the Court, to sell the land herein
alter described, the said Commis
sioner w ill on the 23rd day of May,
1040. at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
Courthouse door in the Town of
Waynesville, Haywood County, N.
C, offer for sale to the highest bid
der for cash the following describ
ed tract or parcel of land: Lying
and being in Haywood County. N.
C. Crabtree Township and bound
ed as follows:
Beginning in the center of the
public road in the line of Senie
Walker and Eva Jones, and runs
wilh said line. South 34 degrees
East 72 links fo a stump; Ihence
South 19 degrees 30 minutes East
one chain and 99 links to a dead
sourwood. corner of J. D. Towles'
estate: thence with the line of said
estate South 54 degrees 20 min
utes F.ast 6 chairts and 64 Jinks to
a stake, Towles' corner; thence
North 1 degree 30 minutes East 3
chains and 30 links to a stake in
an old fence: thence North 15
degrees East 2 chains and 93 links
to a slake in (he center of a small
hraneh and in an old fence; thence
down the center of the branch
North 63 degrees 15 minutes East
1 chain to a stake in the center of
said branch: thence North 30 de
grees 25 minutes West 2 chains and
58 linke to the center of the pubhc
road; thence up the center of said
road 4 chains and 66 links to the
beginning. Containing 3.8 acres,
more or less. Said tract of land
being known as the Dr. Robert L.
Walker home place.
This the 22nd day of April, 1946.
GROVER C. DAVIS,
1522 April 25j May 2-0-16.
Two 4-H Clubs Pay $50
On Haywood Club Cabin
County Club Council
Map Plans For Raising
For Club Work
The Bethel 4-H club presented
the Haywood 4-H club council with
a $50 check at the county meeting
here last week, as their contribu
tion to the 4-H club cabin fund
for the erection of a county cabin
on l he State Test Farm. Several
weeks ago the Crabtree club paid
The Bethel club Avas represented
by Betty Jo Gorrell.
At the county meeting 32 officers
from the 12 clubs in the county
were present, and heard encourag
ing reports on the 4-H club activi
10 Miles from Canton -10 Miles from Waynesville
Paved highway through prop
erty. Ideal small farms and
BAND MUSIC inVited BAUD MUSIC
Medford Leatherwood, Auctioneer
For Further Details See
Administrator of Estate - Canton, Route 2
ties throughout the county. Among
the projects under way for the
different clubs to raise money, in
cluded a play to be given by the
The group voted to serve a ban
quet at the dairymen's banquet to
be held here on June 4th, and to
also serve food at the State Test
farm on June 5(h when the Guern
sey sale ifi held. The prufit from
both even's will be used to send
delegate the 4-H short course
in Raleigh in August, and the re
mainder to apply on the cost of I he
county cabin al the Test Earin.
I The council will meet again on
j May Kith to complete pi a lis for
j pulling on a banquet and food sale.
I Mary 1'oston, of Bethel, is presi
I dent of the county council.
Ai 2 O'clock
0 CASH PRIZES
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To Be Here On
A recruit ins officer from the
Asheville V. S. Recruiting station
will spend every Wednesday here
at the ollices of the Chamber of
Commerce. The hours will ue froir
9.00 to 5.00. Any man wishing to
enlist or re-enlist in the armed
forces is asked to contact the of
licer on the days designated.
DR. W. KERMIT CHAPMAN
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WAYNESVILLE. N. C.
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