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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, APRIL
THE WAYNES V1LLE MOUNTAINEER
DEATHS
3-A-
Robert Luther Stevenson
Funeral services will be held at
2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at
the Iron Duff Baptist church for
Robert Luther Stevenson, 50, veteran of World War 1, who died at
the Veterans Hospital, Johnson
City, Tenn., at 2:30 Tuesday morning. Burial will be in the church
cemetery.
Mr. Stevenson is a native of the
Iron Duff section of the county, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
Stevenson. He had been employed
by the Champion Paper and Fibre
Company for the past seventeen
years at their Canton plant.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Ella Watson Stevenson, three sons,
Ray Stevenson, of Rock Hill, S. C,
James Weldon Stevenson, U. S.
Army, and Roger Stevenson, of
Canton; one daughter, Miss Selma
Stevenson, of Canton; five brothers,
Arthur, of Candler, Dug, of Waynesville, R.F.D. No. 2; Cramer, of
Union, S. C, Pritchard, of Spring
City, Tenn., Cephus, of Newport,
Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Tommy Ferguson, of Clyde, R.F.D. No. 1, and
Mrs. Elmer Chambers, of Clyde,
R.F.D. No. 1.
Garrett Funeral home was in
charge of the arrangements.
No waste heat on hot summer
days.
COOK with GAS
Woman's Auxiliary Of The Asheville
Presbytery Hold 39th Annual Meeting
Clyde Seniors To
Play
Give
On Friday Night
ct
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title of business
goes to make up an amusing play,
but one in line with the trend of
interest in religion.
The cast includes: E. L. Hipps,
William Osborne, Phyllis Caldwell,
Bobbie Caldwell, Marjorie Wines,
Aileen Jackson, Emily Pressley,
Louise Warren, Mary Louise
Betty Leatherwood, Helen
Allen and Judy Smith.
Sor-rell-
s,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn
had as their guest during the weekend their nephew, Ensign James
Peden, U. S. Navy, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred T. Peden, of Canton.
Ensign I'eden is home on a leave.
He has been in the South Pacific
on sea duty since Sept., 1943.
Brading Gas Service
Mrs. Carroll Whitner spent the
past week in Indian Head, Md.,
and her
with her brother-in-laBack the attack. Buy War Bends sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
and Stamps.
Asheville Road
Phone
202-- J
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MEN WANTED
ESSENTIAL WAR WORK
Several good places now open in the Pet Dairy
Products Company organization in Waynesville.
See the manager immediately, or apply to your U. S.
Employment Office for details.
PET DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
PHONE 10
FARMERS
Buy and Get Your
FERTILIZER
Out As Soon As Possible
We Sell
.
. .
ARMOUR
and
PLANTERS
Grow More Meat and Eggs
This Year
Dendy, Weaverville, the Rev. R. E.
McClure, executive escretary of the
Asheville Presbytery,
and Dr.
Richardson.
Luncheon was served by the
auxiliary of the Waynesville
church in the dining room of the
church.
During the meeting of the executive board a recommendation for
foreign missions by Dr. Darby
Fulton was read. It was voted to
give $75 toward expenses of the
expenses of the young peoples conference at Montreat in June.
It was decided that the offering
be takon during the meeting would
be applied toward the work of the
defense service council.
Miss Iva
McLaine, of Hendersonville, was
chosen as the delegate to the
synodical meeting to be held in
Rogersville, Tenn., in September,
with Mrs. E. E. Connally, of Canton named as alternate.
Announcement was made that
the Sally Campbell Camp, Montreat, would be available to the
local auxiliaries for use during the
conference period.
Haywood Men
Were Examined
Last Week At Croft
...
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Jake Schulhofer, Jr., Samuel Scott
Reeves,
Sam Gordon Chapman,
Frank Benjamin Crawford, James
Robert Hill, Edward Earl Thoma-soWilliam
Ralph Freeman,
James Frederick Luttreel, Fred
Grant Smith, Roy Hightower, David
Hugh Parton, Glenn Ewart, Life
Franklin, Frank Phillips, Thomas
Harmon Rogers, Jr., Thomas V.
Warren, John Henry Ruff, Jesse
Edgar Price.
Claude Rhinehart Crawford, Jar-vi- s
Dewey Messer, Clyde Arthur
Morrow, Cleve Wilson Caldwell,
John Larce Ledford, Gilbert Lee
Gregory, Jarvis Lee Messer, Bryce
Lee Crawford, George Montgomery Queen, Aaron Rufus Winchester, Eulah Doc Ashe, Norman
Lewellyn Bradley, John Millard
Mills, Wilson LeRoy Heatherly,
Paul Philmore Medford, Caney
Caldwell, Jesse Lee Aikens, Andy
Woodrow
Rector, Carroll James
Glance, Lee Cleveland Hill, Larry
Swanger, Robert Oscar Arrington,
Howard Eugene Sutton, Earl William Cutshaw, Roy Vestle Green,
Ben Henry Hannah, Carroll Baxter Meadows.
William Robert Toy, Hurshell
Edwin Dotson, Edd Woody, Lloyd
Andrew Lunsford, Robert Davis
Owen, James Ralph Rich, Robert
Frank Davis, Amos Frank Rath-bonMark Junior Messer, James
Horace Leatherwood, Earl Robert
Gribble, Kenneth Earl Ruff, Buddie Green, Melvin Underwood,
Pinkney Dewey Cochran, Millard
Btownlowe Bumgarner,
Perry
Samuel Ruff, Hershell Bradley,
Jack Edward Woody.
Andy Nathan Sparks, George
Stanley Messer, Fletcher Tranth-am- ,
Herman Ray Owens, Dallas
Luther Pruett, Medford Addie
Grasty, Robert Lee Mehaffey, Robert Taylor Rogers, James Long,
James Everett Underwood, Ed- n,
e,
BARGAINS
in-Ho-
usehold
Produce poultry with more edible meat per bird; produce more eggs per layer
It can be done with feed
Goods
...
For
that invigorates.
Immediate Sale
EP
My husband has just gone to the
Navy, and we have the following
LAYING MASH
SCRATCH GRAINS
GROWING MASH
STARTER MASH
See Us For Baby Chicks
Farmers Federation
At The Depot
Loyd
Chambers,
Kenneth
Roger Medford, Mgr.
Waynesrllle
items for immediate sale:
120 white enameled Boss Oil
Range, 3 burners with
asbestos linned oven, special $90.
1 good Laundry
Heater, with
new grate, only $15.
A new
Remington
Sportsman's
automatic shot
(run, with
modified barrel.
Has shot less than a box of shells?
Special $75. Will make special of
fer of gun and 6 boxes of Peter's
high powered shells for $85. Other
shells at $1.50 a box.
All items can be seen at home of
ot
28-in-
MRS. H. B. ANGEL
Asheville Road
Next Door To Farmers Exchange
Phillip Messer, Sam Leatherwood, Phillip Messer, Sam Leatherwood, Charlie Edgar Massie,
Francis Samuel James, and Robert
Grant
Williams.
Among those
transferred from other boards who
went were.: Claude Ellis Kuyken-dal- l,
Lawrence Edwin Simms, Boyd
Mack Tipton, Leon E. Webb, Ralph
James Rathbone, Ernest Alvin
Leopard, Charles Wayne Ferguson,
and Hobert Grant Williams.
Dills,
For
Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted
l
Appoint
una uui
Telephone
Wells Bldg.
CanUn
It?
DR. R. KING HARPE
Political
women, Miss Lois
171
for
FUL-O-P-
ward
Harrold. Rogers, Wiley Richard Woodard,
The following committees were James
the three act comedy which will be named during the morning ses- RicH, Frank Fie, John Thomas
Marvin Reeves Brown, Fred
presented by the senior class of sion: Election, Mrs. Ray Harrison, Moore, Boone Price, Teague Carvevening, Mrs. P. N. Gresham, and Mrs. A. er, Jack Caldwell, Monroe FrankFriday
school,
Clyde
April 21, at eight o'clock in the G. Lamb; courtesy, Mrs. A. B. lin, Kenneth Goodson, James Lewis
Clyde high school auditorium. The Whitt, Mrs. H. G. Lowe and Mrs. Morrow.
Dennis Ray Franklin, William
plot concerns a couple of saintly Basil Howell; evaluation, Mrs. J.
sinners who land in a small town T. Fain, Mrs. Ray Harrison and Theon Hyatt, Paul Ray Clark, Edd
McCracken, J. D. Smith, Fred
and decide to take the citizens for Mrs. Caleb Smith.
It was decided to accept the in- Lewis Moody, J. C. McElroy, Troy
a "ride," only to find at the end
that the citizens have made unwil- vitation of the First Presbyterian Beauford Rathbone, James .Robert
ling Christians of them after they church of Hendersonville as the Wood, Kent Shelton Ketner, James
Harrison Green, Paul Hannah,
have been inducted to help almost place of the next meeting.
Installation of officers was con- Bruce Montgomery Ramsey, Hugh
everybody who was in need.
The way all this works out and ducted by Mrs. Mclver which was A. Hill, Clarence Jackson Moody,
the romances and drama connected the closing feature of the meet- Yuman Trantham, Lemuel Hilliard
Frazier, Jr., Glenn Haney, Walwith the two crooks effort to "do" ing.
Visiting ministers included, Rev. lace Bunyon Crawford.
the town, only to wake up to the
Dr.
Asheville,
Gresham,
Julius Jones, Wilburn Clyde
fact that they have been "done", Paul
"Good Neighbors," is the
Miss Mabel Gillespie, of Brevard,
who formerly resided In Wayneswith
ville, spent the week-en- d
friends in town.
20,
125 Main
Street
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Announcements
For Legislature
Now That It is
Spring, Look
I hereby announce my candidacy
to the House of
for
Representatives of the North Carolina General Assembly as Representative of Haywood County, subject to the action of the Democratic
primary in May. I appreciate the
support and confidence given me
for the past three times that I have
had the privilege of representing
my native county in the General
Assembly. Your continued support
will be appreciated.
Your Best .
Central
Cleaners
.
Main Street
We can make your clothes
of last year look spic and
put new life in
we'll
span
Just call
them.
us
at
Phone
113.
113
Glenn C. Palmer
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Mrs. Chas. E. Quinlan and Miss
Alice Quinlan have returned from
Alexander, La., where they visited
the former's daughter, Miss Mary
Quinlan. Miss Quinlan is head of
the Red Cross in Alexander, which
serves a large number of camps
in that area.
We
CARD OF THANKS
wish to thank our
frimds and
relatives
many
for
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their
kindness and sympathy shown us
during the illness and death of our
son and brother, and especially for
the beautiful flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Queen and
p'amily
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an Order
of the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Haywood County made in that
Special Proceedings entitled, "R.
L. Prevost, Administrator of the
Estate of Henry Winchester, Deceased, vs. Mrs. Julia Winchester,
and others," same being No. 286 on
the Special Proceedings Docket of
said Court, the undersigned Commissioner will, on the 8th day of
May, 1944, at eleven o'clock, A.
M., at the court house door in Waynesville, N. C, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash, at public
inauction, an undivided one-ha- lf
terest in and to those two certain
tracts of land lying and being in
Waynesville Township, Haywood
County, North Carolina, more par
ticularly described as follows:
1st Tract: BEGINNING at a
white oak Mont Plott corner, and
runs down with his line East 44
poles to a maple near a spring
house; thence N. 7 W. 138 poles
to a Spanish oak on the ridge;
1
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r?t
iiiieuce ouutii
tj puies J.to. a Mmite
on the ridge; thence S. 10" W.
60 poles to a locust a little over
the main top of the mountain in
the back line of the old tract;
thence with line of the old tract
S. 81" W. 23 poles to a Spanish
oak, Mont Plott corner; thence
with said Plott's line South 269
poles to the BEGINNING, containing
4
acres, more or less.
2nd Tract: Adjoining the above
BEGINNING on a large chestnut
on the North side of the ridge
near the top of the mountain in
the line of the old Plott Speculation land and runs thence with that
line N. 85 15' E. (formerly 81
E.) 81.2 poles to the land belonging to I. B. Winchester described
in tract 1, above; thence with the
ljne of first tract above S. 30 30'
V. 201.5 poles to a black gum on a
ridge; thence with the ridge N.
29 W. 91.5 poles to a lynn; thence
North 12 15' W. 117.1 poles to
the point of BEGINNING, containing 60.3 acres, more or less.
Saving and reserving, however,
unto Callie Lakey, J. W. Winchester, J. G. Winchester, D. A. Winchester,
Lawrence
Winchester,
Frankie Winchester, Beecher Win
chester and Vernon Winchester,
their heirs and assigns, the right
to use, with the right of free in
gress and egress, the present family burying ground on said land
for' the interment of themselves
and their descendants whenever
their desire to use the same for said
purpose.
Also reserving to J. G. Winchester and Frankie Winchester
the right to occupy and use, for
the terms of their natural lives,
the following described portion of
the above described land, with the
right to ingress and egress thereto
and therefrom, with necessary firewood and water, which portion so
reserved as aforesaid is bounded
and described as follows,
BEGINNING at a white oak, Mont
Plott corner of first above described tract and runs East with said
M. Plott line 339 feet to a stake
in said line; thence North, or approximately Nortjh 1032 feet to a
hickory on the East side of a
branch; thence West or near West
321 feet to a poplar on top of ridge
in Plott line; thence South or about
South 339 feet to the BEGINNING,
containing 7 acres, more or less.
This 7th day of April, 1944.
R. L. PREVOST,
Commissioner of the Court.
No. 1355 April
4.
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In thii war, we are allied with
Tour doctor In a battle to maintain medical aenrlce to the community.
We're well aware of
our Increased responsibilities and
to meet our wartime responsibilities squarely, we're stocked
our prescription room with the
finest quality drugs and our experienced
pharmacists
stand
ready to carry out your doctor's
orders ior them.
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