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sDAy, NOVEMBER 23, 1944 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
j Draft Board
, This Week
draft board reclassified
the Wayneville area
10 ; fho nast week.
.cCraeken was the only
r; .ie. 2-A were: her-
,-1 1 IT T?i
ark, A -rasly-
.i in r ass were;
2- A i F) was Wil
;M was Robert
,afd in class 2-B(F) were:
paJ ami ueurKe u.
Li in clu 4- were: o.auu
Ljwell, Norman iv. ucuouu,
g0tt(in (. riarien u.
Ules K Vautrrm. .
L D L Haynes and Earl
d in class
.tTi.frick. Theodore Reese,
G Clayton, Ephrim C. Beck,
n Massie, Doc W. Lewis,
Lj B. Mull Sam E- Gaddis,
Conard, Martin LAnmiig,
Price, Joseph O. Suttles,
A Gibson, t-a Aaams,
Jamts, Rnbert L. Buff, Jesse
Iliams, Azor urinm,
Horace Duckett, ueorge
nbone. Elgar W. Morrow.
Jen E- Mt'df'ird, John E. Rath-
laudt Dillard, Clyde L,. reeK,
J. Jones, Houston u. men,
Crayne. lien T. Oliver, WH
IG Pruttt, l,ouie xi. yueen,
Hooper, Raymond W. MC-
jjartiii 1. Deitz, Benjamin
ley, Jesse F. Warlick, Jef-
Refves. Fred L. bnfenan,
(IcClure. Harvey Mashburn,
Lrt PHnmons, Paul H. Fcr-
Blakf A. McCracken, Man-
Caldwell, Clarence L. Ed-
Gcoree W. Singleton, Con-
MehafTey, William R. Rat-
JHobbard J. Brown, Albert A.
Allen S. Rathbone, Derry
irt, Riley Conner, William
hah, Fred Page, Garfield Z
Theodore Parton, Lush C.
, Jciias C. Helms, John P.
Norman hnsley, Mack C
Samuel W. Ferguson, Harry
d Mathis, Charles E. Rob-
Ztb V. Hrackett, Lawson B.
Ervin I, Hampton, George
g, John W. Lee, Fred Early,
T. Messer, Paul A. Massey,
W. Rich, Ferman L. Jones,
T Sorrells, Harry W. Hem-
tmest P. Smathers, Roy II.
Lohn McCall, Harley V. Pal-
women and girls
functional periodic pain
pal Is a liquid medicine which
fj omen .say ha.s brought relief
the camp-like nsony and ner-
fa.'tl of i-iinnal ixrinriin
fa. Hires lmw it may belu:
Tuken like a tonlo,
it Khoolci stimulate
:ipn-tip, aid dige.s
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lore ' your timr", it
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dui- to purely ftino
U::.J ptuocUc caiuies.
TrjCHui If It. helps, youTl
t'-a K4 did.
Returns To Pacific
CLARENCE SHELTON, sea
man second class, has returned to
duty in the South Pacific alter
spending a leave here with his par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Shelton,
of Waynesville, R.F.D. No. 2. He
entered the service on January 3,
1943, and took his boot training
at the Great Lukes Naval Train
ing Center and from there was sent
to Shoemaker, Calif. Seaman
Shelton was in three major battles,
Guam, Saipan arid Tinian.
mer, John Lance, Hubert T. Davis,
Charles E. Ray, Jr., John P. Jones,
Robert B. Hardin, Roy E. Moseman,
Joe A. Paynt, Ben Moody, Dewey V.
Fran,klin, Mack Webb, Burney E.
Price, Jarvis T. Morrow, Norman
R. Ramsey, Gordon M. Brown, Am
brose F. Rohrbacher, William S.
Underwood, Clyde H. Ray, Jr., Les
lie B. Hooper, Frank Massey, Rob
ert L Turner
William R. Clark, Francis Rho
darmer, Marion R. Gray, France
A. WriKht, Zeb W. Curtis, Samuel
E. Greer, Oscar Knight, Charlie
,J. Burnette, Cromer Green, David
R. Henry, Dewey Arrinjrton, Rufus
H. Davis, Gudg;r D. Davis, Joe
Carver, Carl W- Green, Thomas E.
Wykle, James T. Noland, Hiram
C. Greene, Ken Medford, William
C. McDaniel, David N. Arrintrton,
Roscoe M. Waddell. Millard C
William R. Henry, Leu F. Retger,
Fred L. Tuckrr, William H. Mills,
William Grant, Oscar B. MrGuha,
Robert I). Dyer, John H. Camp,
Ambers Phillips, George H. Put
nam, Jim P. McElroy, Newton H.
Davis, James H. Messer, Merritt
C. Buchanan, Georjre C. Sutton,
Will Dalton, John R. Mathis, Ellias
D. Fisher, Ferady Seay, Norman
M. Davis, James H. Radford, Roy
M. Rogers, Lawrence C Davis, Olis
Lonz'o M. McGaha, Samuel J.
Liner, Hugh B- Ferguson, William
C. Ray, John 11. Matney, Jarvis 0
Hunter, Sam E. McElroy, Bernard
W. Franklin, Orl L. Shelton, Roy
T. Robinson, Roy C. Tuttle, Jessie
R. Justice, Paul II. Messer, Remus
M. Bell, Grady H. Messer, Fr;d B.
Cagle, William H. Bryson, James
W. Ratrliff, Francis C. Trantham,
Fred H- Lewis, Jess Scruggs, Wil
liam E Farley, Fred K. Coward,
Herman J. W'yatt.
F.Ilis W. Smart, Harry M. Harn
voti, .Jesse W. Perkins, Floyd M.
Holi'i, Thomas V Alexander, Her
man M- Rossells, Lor.-ie Moor:1,
Clement Fitzgerald. Dock D. Rus
sell, George W. Jimes, Floyd
Grasty, Alfred C. Henline, Dolph
W. Keener, Marvin I). Watkins,
Isaac A. Bradley, Allen Ball,
Thomas J. Massie, Meritt B. Brown,
Sy H.ndcrson, Jr., Clinton Cald
well, Raymond H. Dockery, Jess A.
Even though our attention has
n turned to the books for chil
dren for the Book Week Exhibit,
it does not mean that there are not
books for adults too.
Let the following list help you
cutch up on new books of the past
"Change of Htart," Baldwin;
"Varget Island," Brophy; "Cabin,"
Childs; "From My Highest Hill,"
Dargan; "Building ef- Jalna," Se
la Roche; "Freedom Road," Fast;
"Simone," Feuchtwanger; "ABC of
Poultry Raising," Florea.
"Best American Short Stories
1944," Foley; "Bermuda Calling."
Garth; "Keep Them Laughing,"
Goister; "Earth and High Heav
en," Graham; "Ten Years in Ja
pan," Grew; "Some of my Best
Friends are Soldiers," Halsey;
"Community Nurses," Hancock;
"Bashful Woman," Horan; "Bu
gles in her Heart," Larrimore;
"Horsethief Creek," Lomax.
"High of Heart," Loring;
"Americans and their Songs,"
Luther; O Henry Memorial award
prize stories of 1944; "We jumped
to fight," Raff; "Alibi for Isabel,"
Rhinehart; "Intruder Carriage,"
Buck; "Hard Facts," Spring; "Pas
"Not quite d'ad enough," Stout;
"My Father is a quiet man," Wadil
ton; "Dr. Whitney's secretary,"
Walker; "Since you went away,"
Wilder; "Rring buck the Spring,"
Willoek; "Long, Long ago," Wooll
cott; "Treasury of cat stories,"
Pfc. Huh Rathbone
In County On Leave
Private First Class Hugh Rath
bone, ll. S. Marin: s, is spending a
ten-day leave with his mother, Mrs.
Joe Rathbone of Lake Junaluska.
Pfc. Rathbone volunteered for
duty in the Marines on Sept. 10,
1942 and took his boot training at
Parris Island, and from there was
sort to Philadelphia, wlr re he has
been stationed for the past two
At the time he entered the service
he was employed by the Methodist
Assembly at Lake Junaluska.
William Allen to Mattie Haney,
both of Waynesville.
Ivan I) Berry. Sam J. Marsh,
Robert V. Welch, John G. Zimmer
man, Tom Messer, Horace G. Ham
mett, Jess J. Pipes, Felix E. Alley,
Jr.. 1 .on ii it- C Waddell, James W.
Mess, r, George A. Bischoff, Marvle
Rogers, Paul Smith, Guy O. Phil
lips, Will Dyer, Thomas Franklin,
Monlie G. Stamey, McKinley Han
nah, Charlie R. Justice, Norman F.
Burgess, Berry Medford, Jack Wil
liams, W'iM e C. Shell, Robert J.
Minlz, Albert Kirkpatrick, James
G. King, Lowery (). Ferguson and
John W. Goforth.
THE GREATEST ATHLETE IS FIWISHEO WHEW
HIS WEAR OUT!
WR CAR HAS MANY POINTS OF WEAR-ANY ONE
OF WHICH MAY VlNISHir f THE OLDER T GETS
THE MORE WEAR INCREASES AT EVERY POINT !
LOWERS THE CHAR6-ofHy
V, Trie POWER IT HAP AT
NE6LOT W '
QASOUNe POWERS THC ATTACK -
PONT WASTC A DROP
IjHe CHASSIS ALONE (tN AVERAGE CARS)
HAS 25 VITAL POINTS REQUIRING
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LET YOUR ESSO
DEALER OO IT!
Two Friends Meet For
First Time In Two
Years In California
A. A. Carden, MM 1c and E. E
Boone, CM 1c, friends here in
Waynesville before they entered
the U- S. Navy, recently met in
Oakland, Calif., for the first time
in two years.
Their wives, Mrs. Boone, the for
mer Miss Doris Messer, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Messer, and
Mrs. Carden, the former Miss Mil
dred Brendle, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Brendle of Waynes
ville, are living together while their t
husbands are serving in the navy
Edwin W. Tenney, Jr.
Arrives In States
Edwin W Tenney, Jr., U. S. Ma
rines, has arrivtd in California,
according to information received
by his father. He entered the Ma
rines in 1940 and spent 1941 and
1942 in Scotland and Ireland. Dur
CAPT. WALLACE WM. PEEK,
son of Mrs. Grace Peck, of Bethel,
ing 1943 and the better part of has recently been promoted to his
1944 he has been strving in the
He has been in a number of
major battles in the Pacific area.
He arrived in San Diego last Thurs
day and after a period spent at a
redistribution center he will be
home on a leave.
INt. Ralph J. Rathbone
Here On Furlough
Private Ralph J. Rathbone, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Rath
bone of Fines Creek, is spending a
19 days furlough with his parents.
Pvt. Rathbone was inducted in
the service at Fort Bragg in May
of this year. He was sent to Camp
Plauchee, La. for his basic training
and from there to Camp Millard,
Ohio, his present post.
At the time he entered the ser
vice he was employed by the New
port News Shipbuilding and Dry
Dock Company. He is attached to
the Transport Corps.
present rank, according to infor
mation received by his wife, the
former Miss Sara Welch. -
Capt. Peek entered the service on
February 8, 1941, and took his
basis training at Camp Living
ston, La. From the latter he was
sent to officers candidate school
at Fort Benning, Ga. Later he
was sent to Fort McClellan, Ala.,
and then overseas to the Burma
area, where he has served for the
past 14 months.
Prior to entering tho service he
was employed by th-j American
Enka Corporation. While he is
in service Mrs. Peek is making
her home with her mother, Mrs.
Saiiv Welch, in Bethel.
BUY A BOND
Earmarked for Kitchen
Brad ing GAS Service
LWODID'S FODFMOIT MAGICIAN
AN AMERICAN INSTITUTION'
Auditorium - Aslieville
Two Nights Only At 8:30
SAT. & SUN. DEC. 9 and 10
Largest Show of Its Kind On Earth!
Special Railway Cars of Mysteries
30 PEOPLE MOSTLY (J1RLS
COMPLETE 2i HOUR SHOW
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE
At M. V. Moore & Co., Axheville
Commencing Tuesday, December 5
lower Floor $1.50 Italcony $1.00
70 Baffling Mysteries
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
MATINEE: Sunday 2 and 4 P. M.; Saturday 2 and 3:30 P. V
-NIGHT SHOW: 7 and 9 P. M.f Sunday Night. 8:30
DMISSION: Children Under 12 Years, 12c; Adults, Al
eats, 35c TAX: On Children's Pass, 2cAdult Pass.
Thursday-Friday November 23-24
"When Irish Eyes Are Smiling"
In Color AH Star Cast.
Saturday November 25
Wilh Hoot Gibson and Ken Maynard.
LATE SHOW 10:30 P. M.
"The Last Ride"
With Richard Travis and Eleanor Parker.
Sunday November 26
"Tall In The Saddle"
Starring John Wayne and Ella Raines.
"White Cliffs Of Dover
Monday-Tuesday November 27-28
With Irene Dunne and R. McDowali
Wednesday November 29
"Stars On Parade"
With Lynn Merrick and Larry Parks.
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