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tJuRSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1944 (One Day Nearer Victory)
TIIE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
r W. A. Hyatt
ook For UDC
'lie Ilaywood Chapter of the
i ..j r nphters of the Confed-
I'k. held their regular January
OH f riQ 'y IfcllCI Willi
i R. Boyd, president oi
ition, who presided.
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, a. nyaii na me yiu-
mi no afternoon, ine mam
iT uy joiin wy nun-
. Mrs. Hyatt outlined
,,,(, w. ich revealed mucn m-
. . Mnarallv IrnAwn tn
m IH 6 J
h'ur1! " e Dullness seasiun piaua
,e fl,,-. ted for the annual Liee-
koi: ' ay de-lamation contest
I t,y chanter for the younger
rh 2, .. I h-vs. it was announc-
hv r . Will A. Hyatt, historian
man, that the congest
held on Thursday, 20th,
auditorium of the high
,. nv ' medal will be presented
R ri-wt of the patriotic activi
if iko members of the chapter
L given bv Mrs. K. J. Hyatt,
irman. Copies of the sketch oi
life of J. E B. Stuart were
In each member.
inrini? the social hour that fol-
H the hostess was assisted in
ing '.iy Mrs. Lily Perry.
s. W. H. F. MUlar
11 He In Charge Of
hb Program Thursday
he Woman's Club will hold
r regular January meeting on
irsday, the 20th, at the Hotel
aine with Mrs. James W. Kil
, president presiding,
rs. W. H. F. Millar, chairman
lealth, will be in charge of the
jram. Hostesses scheduled for
meeting include: Mrs. C. C.
Bte, Mrs. C. N. Sisk and Mrs.
s. J. M. Long To
Hostess Of January
he January meeting of the
cas Bell Love Chapter of the
ghters of the American Revo-
on will be held Friday after
n' with Mrs. James M. Long
the Country Club. Mrs. S. H.
hncll, regent, will preside.
Irs. R. N. Barber will have the
er of the afternoon and Mrs.
fries VV. Killian will review the
ional magazine. All members
urged to be present
Miss Marv Rav is enendinp
etime with her brother-in-law
1(1 sister. Mr. and Mrs. William
rk, at their home in Jackson-
CARD OF THANKS
Ve Wish to thnnV nnr mnnv
nds for their kindness and for
beautiful floral offerings at the
fth of our beloved husband and
Mrs. G. Z. Candler,
Pvt. Richard Ray Shoaf.
CARD OP THANKS
We wish to thank our friends
J neighbors for their kindnesses
i expressions of sympathy at the
!h of our wife and mother, the
l Mrs. C. W. Arrineton.
f: W- Arrington and Family.
Tancy Winchester And
lyde Dills Marriage
Mrs. Henry Winchester of Haz
olwood, has announced th? marri
age of her daughter, Miss Nano
Winchester, to Clyde Dills, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Dills, also
The vows were taken in a dou
ble ring ceremony which took place
at the parsonage of the Presbyter
ian church in Clayton, Ga.. on De
cimber 24th. Rev. Bellingment
pastor of the church officiated. A
number of close friends of the
bride and bridegroom were present
for the ceremony.
Mrs. Dills is a graduate of the
Waynesville high school and at
present holds a position with th"
Wellco Shoe Corporation. For
her marriage she wore e Ldoy blue
wool dress with brown accessories
and h;r only ornament was a
string of pearls.
The couple are residing for the
present with the bride's mother in
Civic League Meeting
Postponed To 19th
The meeting of the Waynesville
Civic League which was to have
befn held last night has been post
poned until Wednesday evening the
19th. The meeting will be held as
originally announced at tne home
of the president, Mrs. Rufus L.
Allen, who will preside over the
Miss Helen Noland, formerly of
the Crabtree section, returned
Sunday to Newport News, Va.,
where she holds a position after
pending three weeks vith her
mother, Mrs. Ben Noland.
Miss Doris Colkitt left Tuesday
for Bristol, Va., where she will re
sume her studies at Virginia In
termont, where she is a student
Kirk Weill, who is attending
Davidson College has returned to
resume his studies after spending
the Christmas holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weill.
Miss Betty Gene Allen, who is
attending the Woman's College of
the University of North Carolina,
has returned to school after spend
ing the holidays here with her
errandparents, Judge and Mrs. F.
K Alley, and her aunt, Miss Edna
Miss Jean Hodges, young daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank
Hodges, of Lenoir City, Tenn.,
spent the Christmas holidays with
her aunt, Mrs. Roy R. Campbell.
Mrs. Bess Sloan Atkins, who is
residing in Wilmington where she
holds a pos'tion at the North Car
olina Shipyards, is spending a few
days with her brother-in-law and
-ter, Dr. and Mrs. Sam String-
field. Mrs. Atkins met her son and
daughter-in-law, Cpl. and Mrs. Ben
Atkins, here for a visit.
Mrs. Roht. L. Sloan left Sunday
afternoon for Atterbury, Ind.,
where she will join her husband,
Mr. Sloan, chief warrant officer,
U. S. Army, for a fortnight's visit.
Mrs. Sloan, the former Miss Forest
Mann, of Sylvester, Ga., has been
spending sometime here visiting
Her husband's relatives.
A Part Of What
New Series Opened
BUY SHARES NOW
Building & Loan
Pv i. li.i ivUUD ai. 6M1TH,
on of Mr. unl Mrs. Thomas F.
mi'ih, of Waynesville, route 2, is
iow serving wi.h the armed lorces
n Italy, avoiding to information
received by his parents. He enlist
(I in May, 19.2, and was inducted
it ( amp Crof u From Camp Croft
le was sent to Camp Wallace,
Texas, and then to Camp Hulen.
rrom the latter he was sent to an
imbarkation port and then over
eas, first to Africa and more re
cently to Italy.
Funeral services were conducted
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at
the Lower F'ines Creek Methodist
church for Oscar Rathbone, 61,
farmer of the Fines Crrek section,
who died at the Haywood County
Hospital at 11 o clock a. m. Thurs
day. Rev. Mr. Apar, pastor of the
church officiated. Burial was in the
Pallbear is were: Ca' Green,
Paul F. Ferguson, Hiram Green,
Dewey Parton and Raymond Mc
Mr. Rathbone was a native of
Haywood county and the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. John Rathbone
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Florence Rathbone; four sons,
Milas, Dee and Gaither Rathbone,
of F'ines Creek, and Glenn Rath
bone, of the U. S. Army, now serv
ing in New Guinra; three daught
ers, Mrs. Mary Lowe, Mrs. Ruth
Jenkins, and Miss Sarah Rathbone,
all of Fines Creek; four brothers,
Harley and Dewey of Clyde; Rich
ard, of Spring Creek; Lee of Hazel
wood and Osl y Rathbone, of New
port News, Va; three sisters, Mrs.
Fannie Hall and Mrs. Lizzie Smith,
of Fines Creek and Mrs. Eslher
Parton, of Canton. Four grand
children and a number of nieces
The Massie Funeral Ilome was
in charge of the arrangements.
Luther Buff, of the U. S. N.,
has returned to Bainbridge, Md.,
after spending the Christmas holi
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Rufus Buff, of route 2.
Miss Sara Phyllis Terrell has
returned to W. C. T. C. after
spending the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ter
rell. Miss Terrell is a member of
the senior class.
Jarvis R. Caldwell has returned
to Wilmington after spending two
week here with his family. Mr.
Caldwell is employed by the North
Carolina Shipbuilding Company at
Pinkncy Turbyfill, who is em
nloyed in Camden, N. J., is spend
ing this week in town with his
sister, Mrs. Roy Martin. Mr. Tur
byfill, formerly of Waynesville, was
employed by the Waynesville Moun
taineer prior to going to Camden.
Twin Cage Bill
high school Black
Crabtree high boys
ight at the latter
score of 38 to 74.
girls trimmed the
31 to 29 in a game
last phase of play
ranc up three fast
CmIIm, Uu (Mr DlnctW
'n Tuesday n
chool, with a
lecided in the
Canton (74) Crabtree (38)
v Hyatt (8) Rogers (11)
F Cable Caldwell (21
C Rickman (18) Noland
7 Flynn (4) McClure (1)
G Powell (2) Luther
Subs: Canton: Mease (2), Cline
2), Rhea (2). Crabtree: Sanford,
Canton (29) Crabtree (31)
F Chapman (3) Ledford (16)
F McNaull (2) Justice (4)
F Robertson (20) Medford (11)
G Medford Dotson
G Ward Pressnell
G Goodwin Hawkins
L. II. Bramlett Is
Of Hospital Board
(Continued from Page 1)
requirements which stipulate a
"modern, well operated plant; con
stitution and by-laws clearly stat
us relations, organization, duties
and responsibilities; a responsible
governing board, a competent, well
trained administrator; an ade
quate, efficient properly organized
and supervised staff ; an organized
medical staff of ethical competent
$700,000 Bond Goal
(Continued from page 1)
J. K. Massie, vice chairman; Mrs.
Martha Mock Medford, chairman
of women's division; W. V. Freel,
chairman of the Canton area.
Members at large from this com
munity are: Charles E. Ray, Jr.,
former general chairman, J. H.
Woody, L. N. Davis, George Brown,
W. Curtis Russ, E. J. Hyatt, M.
11. Bowles, Col. J. Harden Howell,
1). Reeves Noland, Howard Clapp,
Leo Weill, Heinz Rollman, H. B.
Atkins, Charles G. Miller.
Miss Elsie McCracken, Ralph
Prevost, Frank Compton, E. O.
Wagenfeld, C. N. Allen, Rufus
Caddis, and Ben Colkitt.
Mrs. Ann Rathbone Moody, Lake
Junaluska, George Haynes, Clyde.
Those from Canton are: Roy H.
Patton, Wade C. Hill, A. J. Hutch
ins, J. L. Worley, N. R. Wild, J.
E. Reister, Dr. J. L. Reeves, I.
H. Powell, A. B. Robinson, Edwin
Haynes and Harley E. Wright.
VISITING IN HAZKLWOOD
Sgt. Lawson Summerrow and his
wife, the former Miss Mildred
Boineau, are visiting their parents
in Hazelwood, Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Summerrow and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Sgt. Summerrow is now station
ed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
physicians and surgeons; adequate
diagnostic and therapeutic facili
ties under competent medical super
vision ; complete medical records,
readily accessible for research and
follow-un: regular group confer
ences of administrative staff and of
medical staff to review thoroughly
i their respective activities.
LOST Gasoline Rationing Book
C Issued in name of Evelyn
Hyatt. Phone 321-M.
LOST Platinum wedding band,
seven diamonds set in individual
squares. Deeply valuable for
sentimental reasons. Return to
Dec. 30 Jan 6-13.
WANTED Man willing to learn
automobile parts to handle stock
room. Also mechanics needed.
Good wages. Watkins Chevrolet
Co., Waynesville, N. C.
Dec. 23-30 Jan. 6-13.
SELL YOUR TOBACCO with Joe
Bryant's Warehouse, Morristown,
Tcnn. Contact Paul W. Fergu
son, route one, Clyde, and he will
reserve floor space for you. We
assure you the highest prices.
Joe Bryant's Warehouse, Mor
riston, Tenn. Nov. 25-Jan. 18
A' ANTED Black walnut kernels.
Any quantity. Waynesville Ba
LOST Ration BiKjks No. 3 and
No. 4, in manila envelope. Eliza
beth Ray, Rt. 1, Clyde, N. C.
Dec. 30 Jan. 6-13.
FOR SALE 3 registered Durham
bulls, 15 months old, $200.00
each. 5 registered Durham bulls,
6 months old, $75.00 each. 1
extra good seven-year-old mare,
1400 lbs., $150.00. 1 extra good
work horse, 1400 lbs., $100.00. 1
coming three-year-old big grey
horse, $100.00. H. B. Milner,
phone 503 Jan. 13
ARTISTIC PIANO TUNING,
voicing and repairing. Paul
Shepherd, Canton, Rt. 2., N. C.
Jan. 6 to Feb. 24.
LOST Gasoline Ration Book. Re
turn to C. R. Palmer, Waynes
ville, route 2. Jan. 13 20-27
LOST Between Bryson Street and
Post Office, Welton Reynolds'
War Ration Book No. 3. Finder
please return to box 484, Way
nesville. Jan. 13-20-27
FOR SALE One red cow, fresh.
Phil Brooks, Balsam, N. C.
LOST "A" Ration card for gaso
line. Return to Mrs. Louis Siler,
route 1, Wavnesville.
Jan. 13 20 27.
FOR RENT A five room unfurn
ished duplex apartment on Short
Street. There is a garden and
garage. Call 1 12 W after 4
o'clock. Jan. 13
WANTED An experi need ready-to-wear
saleslady for large Way
nesville department. Give de
tails of experience in lctttr ad
dressed to Box 511, Waynesville.
WANTED An experienced sho:
man for position in large Way
nesville store. Give experiences
and when available in letter ad
dress to Box 611, Waynesville.
LEFT IN The Aiken Gift Shop
during Christmas holidays, one
Jiffy kodak. Owner please
claim. Aiken Gift Shop, Main
Street. Jan. 13
FOR SALE 6V4 acres, 4 room
house and barn, 3 miles of
Clyde, 5 from Canton. See B.
D. Medford, Register of Deeds.
Jan. 13 20.
WANTED One or two business
women to share cooperatively
steam heated apartment. Ad
dress box 629, Waynesville.
LOST Gas ration stamps, num
bered 104296. Carl Sutton, route
1, Clyde. Jan. 6-13-20
MAN WANTED For Rawleigh
Route. Real opportunity. We
help you get started. Write
Rawleigh's, Dept. NCA-245-0,
Richmond, Va. Jan. 13
LOST Gas Ration A Book. A. H.
Cook, Clyde, route 1.
Jan. 13-20 27.
TOR SALE 1937 Buick four-door
sedan. New paint job, radio.
Runs well. $600. See J. H.
Jones, Clyde, route 1, Hyder
Mountain. Jan. 13-20.
POP SAt.r. 1Q17 nIHsmnhilp in
good condition, $400. See John i
Wyatf, Hazelwood. Jan. n '
WANTED: HATCHING EGG
NOW For North Carolina's
Largest Certified Baby
Chicks Hatchery. Start
flocks now for 1944 and 1945
production. Can use eggs
practically year 'round. Ex
cellent premiums paid. Ba
by chicks available now.
Communicate by letter or
telephone TODAY. FARM
ERS FEDERATION HAT
CHERY, Asheville, N. C,
Phone 5150. Box 851.
trt. Houston Jackson
Serving In England
Sergeant Houston Jackson, U. S.
Army Air Forces, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Jackson, of the Allen's
Cre k section of the county, is now
with the armed forces in England.
Sgt. Jackson entered th; service
on Feb. 16, 1941, and was inducted
at Fort Jackson. From there he
was sent to Keesler Field, Miss.
Fre-m Keesler Fi Id, he was sent
to Tampa, Fla., and from there to
Sarasota, Fla. Fiom the last nam
ed he was sent to New York and
Prior to entering th? service Sgt.
Jackson was employed by the Una
gusta Manufaciuring Company.
Sgt. Jackson has a brother in
the service, Pvt. Cabbie Jackson,
now stationed at Keesler Field,
who entered the service in April
of 1943 and was inducted at Fort
Bragg. From Bragg he was sent
to Miami Beach and then to camp
in Mississippi. His wife, the for
mer Miss Ruth Putman, spent two
weeks with him Christmas. Prior
to entering the service he was em-
Raymond CsHwdl, U. S.
Navy, Returns To Post
Seaman Second Class Raymond
Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jar
vis Caldwell, of Waynesville, route
2, has returned to his past at Vero
Beach, Fla., afUr spending a sever
al days leave here with his par
ents, Seaman Caldwell volunteered in
the service in Dec:mber of 1943,
and received his boot training at
the Naval Training Center at
Jacksonville, Fla., after which he
was transferred to his present post.
Prior to entering the service
Seaman Caldwell was employed by
the North Carolina Shipbuilding
Company at Wilmington.
S'aman Caldwell has two broth
ers in the service, Seaman second
class Hersehel Caldwell, now o
sea du'y and Staff Sgt. Kentrick
Caldwell, U. S. Air Force, sta
tioned in Venice, Fla.
ployed by Dayton Rubber plant
START THE NEW f JL W
YEAR OFF RIGHT . . . 161131
Resolve now to keep your lC BBfS
clothes properly cleaned and
pressed and they'll not only Main Street
last longer and look better,
but prove to be an asset to
, Phone 113
-You Will Find In-
(This Being Ray's Pant Department)
-PANTS FOR THE SLIM, THE STOUT-
AND THE SHORT
Pants for your figure, whatever it may be. Prices
at your figure within a wide price range.
YOUR CHOICE OF MATERIALS
Materials in a wide range from all cotton fabrics
pure rayon pure wool and mixtures of
cotton, rayon and wool.
Work Pants -Dress Pants - Loaf ers
During these days when boys' overalls are so
scarce, it's going to be a problem to keep boys dressed.
While we may not have everything in boys' pants that
you might think of, we do have and will continue
to have boys' pant: ;n an extensive assortment.
Visit Our Pantatorium
Ray's Dept Store
We Are Now Featuring The Famous
fduded In the Line Is Coffee Peas Corn Macaroni Egg Noodles
Spaghetti All Fruits and Vegetables.
"Home Of Good Things To Eat"