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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2g l9u
5HANKS FOR ORDERS We
wish to take this opportunity to
thank our many friends for the
orders given us for apples dur
ing the Christmas holidays.
yie still have for sale, Borne Red
Delicious and Rome Beauty ap
ples. Phone 468-M. Mr. and
Mrs. Z. L. Massey. Dec. 28
YOU TO KNOW
THE WAR IS NOT OVER
MEN AND WOMEN
APPLY AT YOUR
OFFICE OF THE
IF YOU HAVE locks without keys,
bring them to me. Car locks,
handcuffs, padlocks, door locks,
night locks or any you have.
Door checks repaired. Buck
Rogers, Canton, N. C-, 78 Main
St. Phone 2423.
Dec. 21-28 Jan 4
WANTED AT ONCE skilled and
semi-skilled workers. Also truck
drivers and farm help. Houses
furnished. See Jerry Liner, at
WANTED elderly couple to milk
and feed cattle. House provided.
See Jerry Liner, Lake Junaluska
WANTED Experienced operator.
IVrmanent position. Pleasant
working conditions. Good Pay.
References exchanged. Write
Mod.rnistic Beauty Shop, St.
Augustine, Fit-, at once.
I BUY AND SELL most anything.
See me if in need of good live
stock, small tractor and other
farming equipment. Stoves, Fri
gid:iire, hot water heaters and
tanks, bath room fixtures. II. B.
Milner, B' He -Meade Service Cen
ter. Dec. 21
FOR SALE six-room house. See
Jerry Liner, Lake JunaJuska.
FUR RF.NT Iiflrge heafed corner
bedroom attractively furnished,
semi-private bath room. Phone
2K, 702 Wiilnut St., Wayne?
villi.N C bee. 2a
FOR RENT Six -room house, furn
ished at Lake Junaluska. No
small children. Write r. O. Box
67, Wynesville. Dec. 21-28
FOR SALE Tianop Radios
bought, sold, and repaired. Lind
say Radio Service, 66 Main St.,
Dec. 1-28 Jan 4-11
We fale fhis eppor runty tc
xterd most cordial 'New Year
greetings cr,d best wishes to
cur many gocd friends and
patrons. May 1945 bring joy
end happiness to you and yourj
truoughcut tne year.
Senior Girl Scouts
The Senior Serve Scout9 were
hostesses of a dune on Thursday
evening at the Arm ory, with around
100 of t he scouts and their friend
present. The stag,- had been deco
rated in Christmas- tree with on
central tree, while tree? lir.ed the
walls of the large hull Streamer
of green and red crip paper were
strung across the ceiling.
The dance rpened with a grand
march with the Senior Scouts tak
ing part in the figure.
l'unrh, cookie? and candies were
sirved during the evening by Mrs
Hugh Muie, Mr" J C Crouer
and Mrs. Jack Messer.
Among the guests were a num
ber of parents of the Senior Scouts,
all of whom had been iirvited to the
Mrs. Rufup L. Allen
Hostess Of Dinner Party
On Christmas Day
Mrs. Rufus L. Allra was hostess
of a dinner party nn Christmas
Day. Seasonal decorations of green
and red with lighted candh s pave
a festive air to t he rooms and to
tne table appointments.
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. H. Phelps Biooks, Mr. and
Mis. Jonathan Woody, Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph H llau, Miss Louise
Beville, Lau-a Woody and Master
Mrs. Howard Jennings, who is
f'o'iig Red Cross work at a mili
tary post in Sumter, S C . spent
two day.-, with her mother. Mrs. W.
T. Crawford, during the Christmas
we-l-nd. PR r hu'lmnJ. Lt. Jen
nings, who is serving with the U.
S. Marine", is sen ing inthe S uth
Miss Knfh!een Mody, student at
Western Carolina Teacher- College,
is with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs.
HiRiard Moody, at their home at
Lake Junalu-ka, for the holidays.
Mi', and Mr:". Homer Scruggs of
Newton, ipuit the ChnMmas holi
daj s in Hazelwood with relative-.
LOST- Brown fur lined leather
glove "n Saturday, near A&l'
store. Finder please call Oak
Park, 211-1. Dec. 28
Betty L. Patton
Is Married To
Paul Gentry Teasley
Mr. and Mr. Dwairie e'arlif'ei
I'attoti, of Way tn -villi . h..ve ai
riouried the niariiat'i- of t li ir do
gritei, Mi-- Hett l.ois P.ii on, to
I'.iul (Jelitry Te.i-lej, su)i ef Mi
and Mr. Iler-ctiel Tea-h y, of Sh'
Fraiii isi ... and Nashville, T mi
The marriage rook place en i c
toln r 17. in Franklin, Ky. Koi her
marriage the hride wore a three
piece lavender suit, with harmoniz
Th. bride attended the Wa.rie
villf high -chiwd The bridegroom
is an orchestra leader and is em
ployed at Rock (ianl'-n. mglt club,
The couple are making their
home on Bronte Avenue, with th
bridegroom's parent!- at the present.
Ehu-e Knigh, who holds
:n Charlotte, and Mrs.
KniL-n:, who is attending
nil. i iei
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Compton and
two sons, Hugh and Bobby, spent
th Violidavs in Raleigh with the
Knign., who 's ""o"""'. - .
- coin ge the. e. -pent CVrist-1 latter' brother and siter-in-law,
Haz l-.voi j with relatives. Ml. ana Mi. ""
, , . j They w ere joined by their son,
, h"e h.-.Mi 'in- . -pent ' KennOth Compton, seaman second
i-tm'a ve, k-e-d uitii her j class, who is stationed at Bain-State-ville.
Mis. John Edward Cnant, the
former Miss Pauline Deweese, left
Friday for Newport, R. I., where'
she plans to reside for an indefi- j
niti time with he husband who is
stationed there. I
Pepil-Colo Company, Lonf hland City. N. Y.
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Asheville
S Church St.
(Opposite Macrae lemt)
HAVE YOU A SXAP SHOT of a
bov ir service, why not have it
en'irged to 8x10, beautifully
hand painted, in a beautiful
frame. All for only $2.2!). Bar
gain Jewelry Store, 6, Church St.
WANTED TO KENT Farm with
l1 or 2 acrea tobacco lot. Write
J. H. Mortran. Stocksville, N. C
WANTED Automobile mechan
Its, parts man, and body men,
annlv to Watkins Chevrolet Com
panr, Waynpsville. Excellent
Dec 28 Jan. 4-11-18-25
Land OThe Sky Association
Waynesville, N. C.
FOE SALE One large heatroller
in good condition. Call Mrs. S.
II. Keller at 435-J. Dec. 23 I
LOST Black Cocker Spaniel Dog,
curly, about 9 months old, ans
wers Jr. Edward. Has on har
ness without leash. No tags. Mrs.
C. M. Enrli'h, Killian St.. Tele
phone 509 -J. Dec. 28
ENKA, N. C.
0pr. Mri ttzUaQ be. I94
May the New Year be filled with Health and Happiness thai is our
sincere wish for you. C.ood health is too priceless a thing to be -taken for
granted. Guard it wlel by practicing the simple rules for koo1 hcallh.
Protect it by using health and appearance aids ol the finest quality.
Make SMITH'S DRUG STORE your headquarters for these daily essen
tials and get the proven qualify f nafkmal adverlisod brands at the
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Sparkling fo.ln- . . fin- st
frrtppe.- . . . upeib sundaes
Hwait j"iti New YeaiV call at
nur fountain for taste-thrilling,
satisfying refreshment. Cet olf
to a pleas-ant start by enjoying
our velvety sniuoth ice creatn
in your favorite flavor and di-'h.
umi inn iumn
Ulec Squibb For Dubies
NAVT0L - - - 67c
Jon Cai'-uk- Squibb'
1 bcr Roche
VI I'ENTA DROPS $1.13
lOe Smoking Tflmrco
Half & Half IOC
Oleo Pcrcomorphum - S7C
lO Capsule- Orc A 1'n
Ccc White s Concentrated
COD LIVER OIL - - 69(
Vci. n a mint
Ipana - 390
2 ,.. 59f
SOe Value Tek
2 , 5U
TEEL - 39(S
Add 207c Federal
At the start of another Nf"
Year, we rene vour pledge
to the people of th'
munity. To serxe efficicnll
To hold as a sairrd uu-i
the scientificalh ;in urate
compounding of pn-ifp-tions,
and to hold in. i..l-te
all confidences rclatinc "
the ailments of 1ho-e f
excise tax to Cosmetics, Jewelry, LuRtrage
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