THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
f FAGc rOuit (5ci6iia SeeiionJ
Haywood Woman Finds
Life In Germany Pleasant
Well Contented With Germany
lUn-li' Siini uniilil ii.iw no trou
ble t'tlnm Mihinir. i for overseas
serwce, if iill -..l.liei-.' it-s eoulii
hear ihe 1 1 1 1 oi .t vim hi.:
Wl)01 C'llll 111 WllMl.tll lliO t'.'llilUl'll
liel dl CU. till h.nl.l I.I I ii-l IIUII .
Slu' Weill iAleitln tile worst,
ami touii.t i it'.- Ii.-i;.-i tl...n a Ivil of
rofe. Hie - w-u- I K . vs. i-1 - d.ppeil
in Flt-IUll I'tltlnm .Hul I lie best
that tile .-U..IIK...'. -'.Ati.niient
could (iliivi.ie tin- .1 ;ei v idiut-n
and i anal it-.
Ot hiui-v. there h-i.t tn he a
in all l.ur tlt - nine tiiiie
iAhi. Il weie net - ,i tv.i 1 IUU licit
woman hi nht i '-v I "'il ' he
coliht weiL'li the iiiij)-4-tiJt a.uil-t
Pleasant l ealuies
Skniiy in the i.-i.uiit.iiii ot Swit
zerland. - ho)iii;-- m -i Pari.':
giie;t ul a b. in-n in In i.i lle in
Havana hwiw in the Summer
home ut a l.inmii ur.ii.i in-'i-r :i
lake in limit ol th,- In. a e aiul a
prn.ite -uiiniuin" pool behind i :
fishiiu' tur truiil: ami ;'iimiiii;l for
hart- hii'iii r than j.uk i.ihhils.
And to u,p it all -a lulltiine maid
and hum email ulu.-e -.i':iMe-, wt-ie
Ihe headache ot the German tax
()at i s
It was with -onie mi-ri'. ina. that
in ,Jnl . 1940. Mi Walter K Cath
ey of Chile took her -on. Charles.
8, and Kit for Gcnnar.v to join her
hu-hand. Major C.itli-. who was
serving with the American armies
of oi i up.it ion.
There was no rer'ainU that she
and her lann'K u.aild have com
fortahle 1 1 v m-4 . 1 1 .--. adequate
suipln- nl healtlitnl lends, and no
suretv ol an et tile little luxuries
which AniericaPs take for grant
ed until tlit have to do without
"I was ali.iid, too. that it mij'.ht
he hard to keep tioiu 1 1 1 1 1 ; i '. the
(h'lioaii people who had helped kill
liunx of our friends.." .Mrs. Cathe
Greeted Clyde Folks
Last week lie erected Clyde
folks with a happv :imle and the
news that she tonUln't help
"They're human like us"
And Mr . Calhev is grateful
hawnt; had the oppoi tuiut;
mm i j i
Don't Nrclect Them!
Nalur.' .1.- the kidneyj to do
marw luus j. b. Ti ir tank is to keep the
t1o.! l..i. 1 stream lr..f ot n rrea of
toa- iiiipurai.-a. The art of hung
laW .3 i..'1-tantly prmiuoiiK waste
ini.ir.-r tKe k .lii- r. must niuie from
the l.lood if K1 healh W to endure.
When the kalneys tall to functit.n as
Nature intended, there is retentiun ul
wwile that may cauae body-wide dj
treas. I ine may suffer naggian hackarlie,
persistent h.-adac-he. atlai ks of dmilieM,
getting up n.ghts. awellmi!. puftine
urader the eyes feet tired, nervoua. all
Kreuuent, scanty or burninft passages
are aoinetii.M lurther e deiive ul kid
ney or I. Udder d sturhani-e.
The recognized and protver treatment
lea diuretic .uedieiue tc belp the kidney a
eel nJ ol c.rvsa pum.. . v- hidy aate.
I ;.i. i' f.Ut. They have had uoire
ItiMi, .,rty ycara ul public approval. Are
indorsed the rountry over. Inaial mi
ud. 1. Sol. I al ail oriiK sioreo.
know these pe-i le and thea' coun
iry. She thinks that Fritz, her foim
er houseman, is probably typical ot
the better etliu att tl i la- ot Ger
man?. She tca.-ii.gly told liiui once:
Some d:iy the Anitiicans will
pull U M.d leae Geiin.iny to
I hope you do imt, for then the
P.u-sians will come in'" was Fnl'
Tullese Student at 8
Her sun, Charles, who now has
entered Clyde School, had the dis
tinction of being a university stu
dent at the age of eifjht. Mrs. Ciith
ey explained that the army of oc
cupation tt'iviisitont d a part of
Heidelberg University as a school
for American children, who were
taufiht by Americans.
"I thought Charles would learn
lots of German from the children
over there." Mrs. Catlity said.
She was surprised to find that
the German children yvere just as
interested in learning KnRlish from
her son. as he was in picking up
"It ended." she said, "with
Charles speaking Gorman to the
German children with yhoni he
played, and they answering him in
The Cat hey s. who yvev .stationed
for awhile near the Bad Tol ana
of Bavaria, lived in yvliat is known
as "Paradise Valley". In the little
town of Kottacli on Lake Had Wis-
see. they spent many months in
the Summer home of Man'.ol Tess-
Lhinmacker. noted opera singer.
Derr Hunt Exriting
One of the most exciting events
during the Cathey's tour of duly
abroad, was a titer hunt in the
mountains surrounding a castle
where they yvere guesls of a friend.
Baron Von Heck
Mrs. Cathey tried all the sports
but likes to tell about the hare
"About 50 men, called 'beaters',
take big sticks and run ahead of
the hunters through the forests,
hitting the trees with their clubs.
This scares the bunnies 'enormous
things like jack rabbits! out of
. f -Hitt " . -.V-1
Sliown above are the Cathey family upon their arrival back in
Civile from Germany where Major Walter K. Cathey was .stationed
with the army of occupation. Mrs. Cathey, along with her son,
Charle- , went to Germany to join Major Cathey and she was well
contented with the foreign country.
Earn Chores Can Be
Made Easier, Safer
Says County Agent
As winter approaches and the
pressure uf field work subsides,
barns become the principal work
center fur daily farm chores. Way lie
Cm pi ning, county agent lor the
State Cnllege Kxtension Service
lias a su.'t'et ion w hich will heln
take the aches and pains out of
Iho-e routine chores. His advice is:
i "Take tune to luok for ways to
i make thoM' climes -ale and easy."
I I nfiii iiinatt ly, many hazards and
I iiu otivt ineiK-e i have been built
'into barn- and feed lofts These
have been neglected or remained
iiniiiiiieed lor years. Now is the
I tune to em reel 1 hem.
the National Safety
hiding and gives the hunters a
clear shut After the hunt there is
a hassenphefler feast with much
celebrating of the kill and eating
of the rabbits."
Major and Mrs. Cathey have
nothing but praise for the army's
specal service which makes pos
sible lour-, lor army families. They
acat ioiietl in Pans, points in Swit
zerland, ami in l'rague. Czechoslo
vakia. .Mi s. Cathey has, spent I he l.i'-t
two years doing all the exciting
things of which most young house
wives dream. Yet. she said she fell
as if she were in fairyland last
week when she visited the toy de
partment in an Asheville store and
saw the lovely Christmas decora
tions. Hut immediately she was re
minded of the good old days in
Germany where they bail a lovely
place to live. She received a let
ter from Major Cathey who has
it'portt'il to his old army post in
He is- hunting, hut his luck h.r:
failed. This tune he is looking not
for harts or deer, but for a luiu-e
sn that his yvife and son may join
j Mere arc -approved
Do some limisocleaning and set
tliiuiis in onlei' if the alleyways or
work acres are obstructed with
. feed, tools, harness, teed carts or
oilier obstacles Avoid storing loose
materials overhead, and see that
dangerous coiners and yvork cen
ters are coiiM meiitly lighted.
Also check your barn for other
Lyings that cause falls. High door
sills, abrupt changes in floor levels,
weak liuaiils. protruding cleats or
other tripping haards should be
it-moved. All Moors should Ik- solid,
snion.li and colli muous.
I .ol I doors, teed chutes and lad
ders ;,ie aceuh nt hazards in most
barns A w t II -constructed stairytay
Hut is hauiliailed and kept clean
'provides Ihe '.ilesl and easiest pas
sage to hay mows. It is dangerous
' to Use si. in wells as feed chutes, be
: cause loose hay or straw makes
looting uncertain. Separate feed
'chutes that are guarded above the
, loft Hour are desirable. When it is
necessary to use a ladder, see that
! il extends well above the loft floor.
! It should also have well-spaced
stout rungs that are placed far
i enoiirh from the wall for secure
Mo-.t of a horse's pulling power
lie-; in it-, hind quarters.
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