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fcvTH fcAK inu. , id rages WAYNESVILLE. N. C THURSDAY. NOVEMBER lfi. 1944 (One Day Nearer Victory) $1.75 In Advance in naywooa
nsiness To Suspend
To Direct War Bond Campaign In Haywood
nion Services Set For 9
clock At Presbyterian"
Wh: Gw At rwo.
. .. ...ill nKgvrvo t.hn
trwoofl tcuii'j "
war-timo l nanKBgivmg
... : lifl
IfBiber varying "
he customs or peace ume,
thf except ion of travel.
SjnWK and school will sus-
for the day, with the tradi
i I'nion Thanksgiving Ser
st nine o'c!ck,and the annual
Ksvillt-l'anton football game
ro o'clock on the Canton field.
,e union Thanksgiving service
I jf annually sponsored by the
it, Episcopal, Methodist and
yterian churches or waynes
will be held on Thursday
nfr fit 9 o'clock at the Pres-
Uonard Elliott, pastor oi
Firrt Baptist church will de-
tbe Thanksgiving sermon.
Malcolm R. Williamson, pas
ty the Presbyterian church, will
tde at the service. Rev. J. Clay
tioo will offer the prayer of
thriving, and Rev. R. G.
In will read the Scripture ie-
ia) music will be leatured
if the service by the combined
i of the four churches under
.mlinued on Page Eight)
M. E. Church
c8 At Methodist Church
ill Be Played At Five .,,
Clock Sunday Afternoon
dedicatory service for the re-
y installed Carillonic bells will
ld at the First Methodist
:h on Sunday afternoon at 6:00
:k, according to an announce-
i by the pastor, Rev. J. Clay
ton. The bolls will be playsd
ciy for the first time at the
ce. All members of the con
Hum, as well as the public
wdially invited to attend, and
lour has be n set so as not to
fere with any other church
- str.ut will be pin at R:00
; th a 15 minute recital
th f.muliar and much loved
'' the church. After the
pi ':t service will he ennt.in-
ii'iu: ..n Page Eight)
Men Report For
enty-( i-r,- mL.n from the
'ii-i' a,.a left here Tues
mon.ini: thi.- week for pre
dion physical examinations at
" ft Samuel Henry Bush
wvfd as. leader, with Joe
WS in the (rrnnn . r.H-f-
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tiTit Parton. .Tampa Moore
N', Harrison Grier Valen-
'"hn wy McCracken, Wil
C'T'J! Whitner, Charlie
'"n ii-(. James Cleveland
r Th. , .,, ri;fT(ir,i swhnn.
Rav Cnrti e;io,
v . ...... v n.XJ Uli 1 o ,
ma Ar,Hi- at. n ,
a. pi "non, uwiSt
f45 nemmon.-.. Willia Wnnd-
"incr. Joseph Charloo Cnn-
!fim' Theodore Vance Davis.
Lee Howell, Noah Put
niar. Ken Price, William
h, , " ".'"ua luioen ran-
Thomas Rnhprtc Tfcn.
U0f Moortv te,- 't I.,1
.... immaage rran
10 Kenneth Earl Turner.
Killed In Action
i Mi v W V -V 45 (I
kvu A I X1 ' I I I
LOW PARTON, 21, Tecnnician
Fifth Grade, son of Mr and Mrs.
Charlie Parton, who is reported
killed in action in Germany on
October 28, according to a mes
sage receievd by his wife, the for
mer Miss Willie Boone Cagle.
T-5 Low Parton
Killed In Action
In Germany Oct. 28
Low Parton, 21, technician fifth
grade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Char
lie Parton, of Waynesville, R.F.D.
No. 1, has been reported killed m
action on Oetyber 28, in Germany,
a'ccordjng fy-u' message received by
his wife, the 'former Miss Willie
Boone Cagle, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Mason Cagle. of Lake .Tuna-
The message rend as follows:
"The Secretary of War desires me
to express his deep regret that
your belover husbband, T-5 Low
Parton, was killed in action on
28th of Octottt i in C,i iti:'.r. let
Young Parlor entered Ifn ser
vice on January 22, 1!I4.'!, and was
inducted at ('amp Croft. From
Croft he was sent to Camp Young.
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CLAUD N. ALLKN. of Hazel
wood, co-chairman m charge of
W. HOY FRANCIS,
ticMilh, general "unty
of I he drive.
MORH1S HHOOKS, of ( anton.
io-'t.aiiniai) in chaise "f tin Can
Rat Killing Drive
Started Here Now
liait May Be Secured From
County Farm Agent's Of
fice and Public Uurgd
The rat killing campaign which
was conducted in Waynesville dur
ing September ' is now being car
ried on in a county-wide drive, both
for the towns of Haielwood and
Canton, and the rural areas.
The campaign, which is spon
sored by the health department and
the county farm agents will be
TijerviBed T C. Whitehead,
rodent control specialist of Raleigh.
Rural citizens may obtain the
bait from the county farm agents
office, it was learned from How
ard R Clapp. The poison has been
(l oiii iniii d on Page Fight)
7 Men Given $14,200
Fines In Sugar Case
His Own Life
Sentences (iiven In Federal
Court Yesterday Kv .liidjre
Webb In Asheville.
Movies Will Be
Made Of Dayton
and technicians from Wright Field,
at Dayton, Ohio, will arrive Sun
day to begin work of making mov
ies of manufacturing processes of
war products at The Dayton Rub
ber Manufacturing Company.
The movies will be used through
out the nation in an educational
campaign among the air corps,
other manufacturing groups, and
in part with civilian audiences.
The company of movie makers
will be here ahout two weeks, it
Killed In Action
Private I list (')a.ss Jimmy Kirk
patrick, 2d. sot, of Mr. and Mrs.
Willis Kiikpat rick, of Canton, has
Uer. reported killed in action in
the Phiiippines on October 21, ac
cording to a message received by
bis patents on Tuesday.
Pfc. Kirkpatrick was inducted
at Camp Croft in August, 1943,
and after a short training period
was M'lit to New Guinea. Since
t hen ne has hee'i overseas. He:
had taken radio training.
He was in a number of major :
combats ami was entitled to wear j
several combat medals. He was j
a graduate "f the (anion high
-thoo. white h was active in the
band and other groups, including
the 1N S'..ut-. in which he at
tained the rank of Eagle Scout.
He is survived by his parents;
one brother; his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Kirkpatrick, of
Crabtree, and Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Mease, of Canton.
Funeral service will be conduct
ed at 11 o'clock Friday morning at
the Mt. Zion Methodist ' church,
Crabtrjee section of the county,
for Robert Taylor Rogers, 21, son
oT Mr. andt-MrB.tM. Boone Rog
ers, of Rogers Covy, Uppii Crab- i
tree, whose death was pronounced
suicide by the countv coroner. Dr.
J. F. Pa'te.
The family thought that young
Rugi !'- bad gone hunting, and the
body was found nccidi ntally around
7 o'clock in the stock bain, with a
shot gun nearby. ,
He was a graduate of tin Crab
tree hiirh school and bad taken a
I'lommmt part in all school activi
ties. He was engaged in farming
Smivii.g aie his parents; thret
brother-.-. Havis, of Newport News,
Va.. Russell. 1'. S. Army, now in
Kranc. Kdwin. -.tinhnt ;il Slat.
College, Raleigh; three sisters.
Mis. Adeimt V 1 and Miss Iiit-
ty Rogeis. both J Arlington. Va.,
and M-'- ' a Jane Rogers, of
The W'lK fumiai home of Can-
harg of the arrangc-
- t t..li- g ?U.2(0 were im
on m Haywood men, and
one from Clayton. Ca., who were
defendant in the OPA sugar ra
tioning him- in F-'dcra) court in
Asheville ye--tida.v before Judge
E. Yates VVebb of Shelby.
The fins ai'! m.tences were:
T. Crad; Boyd, fine of f.0(0
and Misienb-d (tenU'nee f a nr
and a day for 2 yt ars.
Hi I 'li.'.i yi ml. oi Clayton. Ga..
fine of $.'!.n(lil and suspended sen
tence of a yai ami a day for 2
Ned ( ill vi i . (' s . i eek, $2.001 1
fiiie iitid snpt r i tit I -i-nteiici of a
' yeai and a day fn- 2 years.
1 Henry ( l!edn in ( Miller, Wn v
riesvill.. tim of $2.00(1. and mi -:
pentl. d set. tenet of a yeai anil a
day for 2 years.
i nvid Cndeiwoo.l, tii.e of $1,M0.
ant! susiiended sentt nee of a yeai
ami a da fur 2 yea is.
Sam polls. t:i i f 400. and siis
,ii -i. led s i t im i of -i months for
1 18 months.
lb. boil 1 1 : v i -, of Cove Creek,
, fini' of $.'((Mi. su -pen, lerl sentence
To Take Active
Part In Campaign
Will Solicit Sale Of Bonds
Throughout the Entire
County. Starling Monday.
Haywood county women will
take an active part in the Sixth
War Loan Campaign, under the
direction of Mrs. Bonner Ray,
Mrs. Ray has committees set up
in every section of the county,
in addition to organisational work
ers, and solicitors to work in the
lobby of the bank every day dur
ing the campaign.
Those to work at the special
sk in the bank are: Mrs. Ben
Sloan, Mrs. M. H. Bowles, Mrs.
S. P. Gay, Mrs. Charles Ray, Mrs.
(ieoigt Bishoff, Mrs. Tom Lee,
Mrs F. H Marley, Mrs. Hugh
Massie. and Mrs. J. H. Woody.
Those designated to work spe
cial bond drives through the or
D.A.R Mrs. T L. Gwyn.
Woman's X'hih Mrs. Charles
l).I.( . Mrs E. J Hyatt.
Civic League. Mrs, Homer Plott.
Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Leo
Library -- Miss Margaret John
ston. Miss Mary Margaret Smith will
head all the work with the Home
I temonst ration Club, arid the fol
lowing wur service committees
have been named:
Iron l;iff Mrs. Ned Crawford,
Mrs. T. C. Davis.
Maggie Mrs. James Robert
Plott, Mrs. Jim Tlott.
RaUliffe Cove Mrs. C. C 'Fran
cis Mrs. C. T. Francis.
Rock Spring Mrn. Wayne Mc
Elroy, Mrs. Mat Davis.
JuiiHluska Mrs. Charle Klupp-i
Mis. W H. McCracken
Hvder Mountain - Mrs
C ontiiiiod Page Fight)
((' i lire
Pag! Fight i
Watkins Gets A
ity to get a deer
was one ,,f the
of this commun
in the wilderness
hunts now being held in the na
tional forest Mr. Watkins brought
down a 8!t-pound deer Monday.
Several others from here par
ticipated in the hunts, but no re
ports tif their successes were avail
able at press time.
To Come Out On
Tin Mountaineer will be publish
ed on regular schedule next week,
nsteatl ot stepping up a tlav oe-
cause of Thanksgiving.
II wa- found impiactica) to
change the composing room sche
dules and delay some important
wa- work riw on the presses in
the commercial printing department
Test Farm At
Work Being Pushed In De
veloping New Farm Near
City Limits of Wnynenville.
Fred F Miller direct., i ol tin
Test Farms division of tb Statt
.Department of Agiiculture, icport
id that !!.t Mountain Test Farm
at Swiinnanoa hiw been officially
closed, and pointed out that the
new Mountain Pest Farm will hi
situated at Waynesville
bt-iiii (dlvartl. assistant director
in chaigt o) the Mountain Test
Farm, has moved to Waynesvill
and will make bis home in Way-
nesvilk- until his dwelling has been
! coristi acted foi him on the new
farm Miller said th.it cotistruc
'tion e well under way on the
poult iv plant and the modern barn
at tin Mountain Experiment Sta
t ion. He said that State Highway
Commission has assured the De
partment of Agriculture that the
farm will be connected to the Way
nesville street system by newly
F00d tfur- i ' .
fn. .e B ,nel nere yes
L 1 .e third of their wm-
. ""-r,f?s this year. They
k k!?!!ti?? yday the
m n r Wrs- Bnner Ray
W Bowles discuss plans
e Sixth War Loan
lake . CUBty- The hools
lip, " active part in the
War Bond Quotas For Eight Townships
E- P. McCracken
Mrs. G. C Palmer
( ATAL( ( H EE
And B!(, CREEK
Mrs. Mark Hannah
Mrs. A. L. Bramlett
JON ATH AN
Mrs. W. T. Rainer
f IM S ( KEEK
F. M. Nolaad
Mrs. Carl S- Grcnl
D. J. Boyd
Mr. Jim Plott
IRON 1)1" FF
T. C Davis
Mrs. Hardy Caldwell
C N. Allen
Mrs. Henry Francis
When You Buy Bonds, Be Sure To Designate Your Township
Given Quota To
Reach This Time
Chairmen and Co-Chairmen
Named For Townships In
Thfe End Of County.
Plans have been completed for
staging an extensive campaign to
sell $714,000 in War Bonds in
Haywood during the Sixth War
Loan Drive which will start Mon
day, November 29th, and continue
through Saturday, December 16th.
As in all past War Loan Cam
paigns, the quota for the county
was divided between this end of
the county and the Canton area,
with co-chairmen in both section
working with the special county
This campaign is being headed
by W. Roy F'r.incis as campaign
chairman, and assisted by Claud
N. Allen, co-chairman, in charge
of this end of the county, and Mor
ris Brooks in charge of the Can
The eight townships in this sec
tion have been given quotas, and
a chairman and co-chairman nam
ed to handle all details in each
Plans are also untferway to hold
a rally in each of the eight town
ships, perhaps using the high
Mr. Francis and Mr. Allen in
conference here this week are leav
ing details of the township rallies
to t hose heading the work in each
An accurate tabulation of bonds
purchased for each township will
be carried by The Mountaineer
each week. This week, the eight
thermometers of the townships, the
quotas nnd the chairman and co
chairman is being shown on this
page. Each week-results will be
riven In thiw manner.
, Th auotn for this are, tnl
Ing $3o7.000. has beer) al located rn
Crabtree $ 23,500
Cataloochee A Rig Creek 2,000
White Oak 4,600
Jonathan Creek 18,000
Fines Creek 34,000
Ivy Hill 12,500
Iron Duff 11,000
M. E. Robinson,
Wounded July 15,
iS'gt. Mack E. Robinson, son of
Mrs. R. F. Robinson, of Hazel
wood, who was won ruled in France
on July 15, has arrived home. He
was in a number of hospitals in
France and then England before
he was sent to a rest center at
Mitchell Field, N. Y. From the
latter he was transferred to Ash
ford General Hospital, White Sul
phur Springs, Va., and then to a
Veterans Hospital in Columbia, S.
C, from which he was brought
home in an ambulance.
Sgt. Robinson is in a wheel
chair, having suffered serious in
juries to his hip and spine. . He
is entitled to wear the Purple
Heart, Good Conduct Medal, Amer
ican Defense Service Medal with
Foreign Service clasp, and marks
Sgt. Robinson left here with the
National Guard in September,
191(). At the time he entered the
service as a volunteer he was em
ployed by the Unagusta Furniture
Company. He has received an hon
orable medical discharge from the
Haywood AAA To
Hold Election For
Elections will be conducted in
twelve townships in the county on
Tuesday, November 21, to elect
the AAA community committee
men to serve Haywood eounty for
the 1345 program year. The newly
elected community committeemen
wiu administer the AAA program
in, their respective communities
under the supervision of the county
The chairman of each community
committeemen will meet on Mon
day, 20 at 10:00 a. m. in the AAA
office for the purpose of receiving
instruction on holding the elections
in their respective communities on
the following day, according to H.
C Francis, chairman of the coun
ty AAA committee.
At this meeting the eommittee-
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