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THE , WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, JANUARyu
AAA Feet Wheat
Week, Starting 15th
Feed wheat will be told from the
bins on Saturday of each week be
ginning on Saturday, 16, accord
ing to an announcement made yes
terday by R. C. Francis, chairman
of the Haywood County AAA Com
mittee. The county committee is urging
that anyone desiring to secure
wheat make plans to obtain it on
the designated day as it will be
the only day on which a commit
teeman will be available to handle
the feed wheat sales.
Glenn McCrackan, member of the
county committee has been named
to be in charge of the sales and the
bins will be open from 9:00 a. m.
to 5:00 p. m.
There have been 31 cars of feed
wh at received under the AAA
program to the present date, and
they have great'y relieved a very
serious feed shortage in this coun
ty during the year, according to
Has Many On 4th
Month Honor Roll
The following students attained
the honor roll of the Hazelwood
school for the fourth month, ac
cording to Lawrence Leatherwood,
Grade 1: Jackie Cirswell, Doris
Buchanan, Rohty Hooper, Carl
Hudson, Shirley Moore, Billy Put
nam. Grade 2: Barbara Ann McClure,
Wanda Sue Mills, Juanita Kelley,
Mary Sue Morgan, Carolyn Rath
bone, Barbara Gail Robinson,
Grade 3: Patsy Blalock, Patsy
Brendle, Mary Ann Byrd, Betty
Jean Mathis, Adelaide McLean
Shirly Ann Sheehan, Mary Sherrill,
Norma Jean Winch:ster.
Grade 4: Kathleen Creasman
Carmon Greene, Carroll Swanger
Grade 6: Rosa Lee Burgess, Ann:
Bischoff, Martha Creasman, Mar
jorie Cngdill, Charlton Davis
Boyce Powers, Sally Lee Rhine
hart, Wayne Sorrells, Jimmi
Grade 6: Franc s Hendrix, Jim
my Hooper, Marie Hoooer, Fran
ces Hoyle, Kathryn Hyatt, Jo
Scates, Betty Sin Sheehan, Home:
Snyder, Jr., Velma Stamy.
Girl Scout Troop
At Lake Organized
The Girl Scout troop at Lak
Junaluska, sponsored by the Metho
dist church, has been recently re
organized. Mrs. Mary William
is serving as the new lead:r, as
sistrd by Mrs. Frank Williams.
The sccut committee is made uj
of Mrs. Guy Fulbright, Miss Eliza
beth Glosser and Mrs. Wallac
Ward. Several new girl scou1
have recently been enrolled. T'i
group of scouts meets at the churcl
every Tuesday afternoon aftei
school. At the special scout ser
vice in church Sunday morning, tlv
girls and their lead:rs will sit ir
designated pews, and at the prope
time in the service their names wil
Georpe Dewey Chambers
Has Week-End Leave
George Dewey Chambers, Para
chute Rigger, Third Class, U. S
Naval Air Forces, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C Chambers, Waynesville
route 2, spent the past week-end
with his parents.
He volunteered last year and en
listed in Raleigh and frrm there
was sent to Bainbridge, Md-, for
his biot training and then to Cor
pus Christi, Tex. Frrm the latter
he was sent to his pres nt post at
Seaman Chas D. Stephens
Now On Sea Duty
Seaman Chas. D. Stephens, of
Waynesville, formerly of Cullo
whee, has completed his basic train
ing at the U. S. Maritime Servic;
Training Station at Sheepshead
Bay, Brooklyn, N. Y. He was
transferred from there to Portland,
Maine, where he was assigned to
a ship and is now at s:a.
Prior to entering the service
Seaman Stephens was employed
with the Consolidated Aircraft
Corporation in Elizabeth City.
His wife, the former Miss Mary
Kathryn McClur: and small daugh
ter, Ann, are residing with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mc
Clure for the duration.
Last Rites To Be
Held Thursday For
Sgt S. F. Roberson
(Continued from pare 1)
elude members of the local post of
BACK AT SCHOOL
Miss Mary Noland has returned
to the Woman's College of the Uni
versity of North Carolina after
spending the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James T.
the American Legion, of which
Sgt. Roberson was a member, and
the following: Robert Hugh Clark,
Jonathan Woody. W. F. Swift, E. S.
Slack, Dill Howell, G. C. Plott, J. P.
Dicus, T. C. Norris and Walter
Mehaffey, all of Waynesville, and
Levi Buckner, Eldrige Hill, Ar
thur Duck, Lee Maynard, Crayton
Boone, Bunyon Beaver and William
Duck, all of Buckner.
Sgt. Roberson was bom in Way
nesville and was the son of W. W.
Roberson, of Buckner, and the late
Mrs. Roberson, of Waynesville. He
had resided here until 1936 when
he moved to Buckner, where he
was serving as postmaster at the
time he volunteered in the service.
At various times he had been
emloyed by the Swift Telephone
Company, the Swift Motor Com
pany, the Town of Waynesville,
and at the time he left here had
held a position with the J. P. Dicus
During World War I, Sgt. Rob
erson was attached to the com
munications service and served in
France for over eleven months.
He volunteered for service in
World War II, on November, 3,
1942, and was inducts d at Fort
Bragg and from there was trans
ferred to Bainbridge, Ga., and then
to Seymour Johnson Field. From
the latter he was sent to Willow
Run, Mich., and more recently to
Wendov:r Field, Utah.
He was reported missing on De
cember 30, by his commanding
officer, who kept in touch with Mrs.
Roberson every 24 hours after
the first message, whsn the plane
was reported to be overdue. The
wreckage of the craft was not dis
covered nitil Saturday. Jan. 1.
Sgt. Roberson's plane of which
he was crew chief, took off wiin
five others on a routine flight from J
Wendover Field on Thursday, De
cember 30. Two of the planes
crashed and twenty persons were
killed. The wreckage of the two
planes was found on the west shore
of the Great Lakes, within one
hundred yards of each other, it was
reported by the Salt Lake City
press association dispatches. This
was taken to indicate that the
planes may have collided in mid
air. Mrs. Roberson was notified on
Saturday, 8th, that the'bVj J
arrive in waynesTUle in 7J
oay. uarreti mineral oMtt d
charge oi tne arrange n at
in addition to bis w;j ,(j d
er, Sgt. Koberson u k ,..
1 v E. . 1
UI1C Uiumei, EjTcrcu A IfliJ
. t- i ai
oi duuon; . uiree nieces k
Catherine Jones and Miss Th3
, .. , ....... c and
Betty Smith, of Canton.
nephews, Everett A. RobsnoTj
Buckner. Bobbv Smith i l
ton, and Sam Jones, Jr., 0f fJ
Crl. Jimmie Williams
Visits Wife Here
Corporal Jimmie Williams, who
is serving with the communications
service in the U. S. Infantry, has
returned to his post of duty at
Camp Phillips. Kan., after a ten
day furlough with his wife here.
Cpl. Williams enterrd the service
in June, 1942, and was inducted at
Fort Jackson. From Jackson he
was sent to the following camps
prior to serving at his present
post: Camp Pickett, Va., Camp
Blanding, Fla., maneuvers in Ten
nessee, California and Arizona.
Friday and Saturday Values At
(None Sold to Dealers
Quantity Rights Reserved)
Time Tests All Things
As we him the glass lot the itart of
another new rear, wa ccmnot help but
think how true that adage la when
applied to our prescription aervlce.
Time he tested our dependability and
found It not wanting in any reaped.
Throughout the years, w hare taken
inordinate pride In our professional
skill and used It to the fullest on every
prescription. We pledge ourselves to
maintain the highest standards oi pro
fessional car throughout 1944.
AH the vitamins
known to bo essential
All the minerals
Vimms art NOT just another vita
jnin ablet. They're scientifically
designed to help make rationed
meats temple te I Easy to swallow.
Pleasant to eat Cost only a nic':el
in the new Family Size. Get that
REG. $2 FUll-IMNT SIZI-SI
Helps keep skin romanticallv soft
and smooth in spite ot chapping
winds and harsh weather, lise as a
luxurious body rub Battering
powder base. Buy mw save half!
Men, Women ! 0!sl at
40,50, 60! Get Pep
Feel Year s Younger, Full of Vim
Don't blame attainted, worn-out. nut-down led Ins
eo your .vre. n ousands ams?wd ai what a. Utile
pepiftnt up with Outre will do. Contains general
loolca often needed after 0 by bodies larking
too, ealetunj phosphate Vitamin Bi. A 7:tyear
M doctor writes: "I took It myself. result"
werw fine. Get special Introdueuiry 35o rdse Oxtra
Tanla Tablets today for omit 20e. Htop feellnc old,
tart iVattns mmwr and iuncar. tate vary mf.
50c Size Woodbury's
23c Size Woodbury's
Both For 390
SOAP 3 for 140
SOAP 3 for 190
The wbftg wop
PA SUITE IIMIH 'W
10c Size Soap
4 cakes 250
4hSl - I
1944 wilt be a "climax year" in Ameri :a's h'story ... a year calling lor the
all out effort ol every individual. Put h on your list of New Year's resolutions
a firm resolve to practice the simple nil 3 for good haobh that will keep you tit
to fight lor victory on the home front An i for additional health protection, have
these health guards In your home qiali y tes'ed in the laboratory , . . quality
proven by daily use in millions of Am ;-rican homes.
Cold Tablets - 140
35c Size Nose Drops
Nose Drops --230
$2.25 Size B, D, G
SQUIBB - - $1.79
UNICAPS - $3.95
J no Whiter Tablets
Cod Liver Oil - 890
J 1.25 Size
J 1.00 Haley's
VI-0 . .
mk of Mag.
Liniment . . . JL
Motile ol 100 BB1
Bayer's Aspirin J3a5l
10c Moifett's Teething
Nose Drops . .
S M A - - -
Freezone . .
25c B-C or
Stanback . .
25c Size PHILLIPS
Mil K MAQNFS7A
T: . H PASTE
s. s. s. Tome
LADY ESTHER CREAM
Lga. S P?SODT-NT
50c Size Woodbury's
3REEN LABEL YEAST
CAROID and BILE
You Are Always Welcome At Smith's
B.ttle of 200 Hp
Qt s: 9
1 SV-aoW JM SalSstSW bar
Honey & Almond
LUX is- ei
FLAKES 23C SC
Vnermat Heat Pad