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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, DECEMBER
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Pvt. Hardin L. Price
Home On Furlough
Private Hardin L. Price, son of
Mrs. Bertie Price of Waynesville,
has arrived to spend a five-day
furlough with his family. Pvt.
Price is a patient at the Oliver
General Hospital in Augusta, Ga.
He has returned from many
months service overseas, where he
served before being returned to
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Mrs. Harry C. Kleim
Is Wedded To
H. W. Woodward
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Mrs. Harry Clif
ton Kleim and Mr. Henry Willis
Woodward, of Waynesville, which
took place on Thursday, November
80th in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward will be
St home at the Adger House after
May the first.
Miss Wilma Hallyburton spent
Christmas with friends and rela
tiws in Charlotte and Hamlet.
Miss Virginia McElroy, who is
employed at the Naval operating
base in Norfolk, is spending two
weeks with her mother, Mrs. Sam
Leatherwood at Lake Junaluska.
Prof, and Mrs. W. C. Allen had
with them during Christmas week,
their son, W. C. Allen, Jr., of Ral
eigh; their grandson, Pvt. Humes
Hart, student under the ASTR, at
North Georgia College, Dahlonega;
and Mrs. Leona Pitts, of Spring
Miss Betty Mowdy, who is resid
ing in Asheville, spent Christmas
here with her uncle, Robert Mc
Lean. Joseph Way, III, student at the
Richmond Medical College, spent
the Christmas holidays here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frehn, of
Bristol, Va., were the guests over
Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
George Aiken, of the Waynes
ville Mountaineer, spent the Christ
mas holidays with his family in
Miss Anne Osborne, daughter of
Mrs. Evelyn Abel Osborne, stu
dent at the University of North
Carolina, spent the Christmas
week-end in town with her mother
A happy marriage is when the
husband gives and the wife forgives.
Be Quick To Treat
Chronic bronchitis may develop If
your cough, chest cold, or acute bron
chitis is not treated and you cannot
afford to take a chance with any medi
cine less potent than Creomulsion
which goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel germ
laden phlegm and aid nature to
soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed
bronchial mucous membranes.
Creomulsion blends beechwood
creosote by special process with other
time tested medicines for coughs.
It contains no narcotics.
No matter how many medicines
you have tried, tell your druggist to
sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with
the understanding you must like the
way it quickly allays the cough, per
mitting rest and sleep, or you. are to
have your money back. (Adv.)
R. P. McCracken
Mrs. G. C. Palmer
Mrs. Mark Hannah
Mrs. A. L. Bramletd
Mrs. W. T. Rainer
F. M. Noland
Mrs. Carl S. Green
D. J. Boyd
Mrs. Jim Plott
T. C. Davis
Mrs. Hardy Caldwelll
C. N. Allen
Mrs- Henry Francis
Total For Waynesville Area $616,026.25 (Quota Was $364,000)
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Walker Hold
Open House On 60th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Walker
of Clyde, R.F.D. No. 1, held open
house on Sunday afternoon, Christ
mas Eve, in observance of their
sixtieth wedding anniversary.
Friends and relatives called be
tween the hours of 2:00 in the
afternoon and 8 in the evening.
Blazing log fires added a cheerful
note to the rooms in which the
guests were received.
The house was arranged through
out with- holly, Brazillian pepper
berries, in addition to numerous
rases of rases, carnations, chrys
anthemums and poinsettis sent by
Mrs. Walker, 77, bride of sixty
years ago, wearing a becoming
dress of rose shade, received with
the bridegroom, 78, of sixty years
ago. Mrs. Walker wore a strand
of pears a treasured gift of many
years, and her flowers were white
The guests were welcomed at the
front door by Mrs. Ruth Brian and
Mrs. O. L. Yates. Miss Betty Jo
Hawkins and Miss Martha Best
had charge of the register.
In the dining room Mrs. Mary
Hawkins, Mrs. Betty Burr Reece,
Mrs. Frances Justice, Mrs. Ethel
Walker and Mrs. Lou Lee Walker
served Russian tea and cookies
from an attractively arranged
table in the Christmas motif with
Mr. and Mrs. Walker, who are
widely connected in Haywood coun
ey, were married at the home of the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hiram McCracken of Crabtree. The
ceremony was performed by the
late Rev. A. B. Thomas. There are
four persons residing in the county
who attended the marriage includ
ing Mrs. Charlie Hill, Mrs. Ellen
McCracken, J. L. Walker and Dr.
W. L. Kirkpatrick, the first three
also called at the home on Sunday
Mr. Walker is a prominent farm
er and stock raiser in the Crabtree
section. He is active in the affairs
of his community, having served as
superintendent of the Sunday
school of the Rock Spring Baptist
Church for more than twenty-five
years. Mrs. Walker has also been
active for many years both in the
church and community affairs. She
is a member of the Rock Spring
Home Demonstration club.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker are the
parents of the following children:
Mrs. Frances Justice, Clyde, R.F.D.
No. 1; Mrs. Betty Burr Reece,
Charleston, S. C; Mrs. Adeline
Henson (deceased); Paul Walker
of Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Ruth Brian,
Lake Wales, Fla.; Clayton Walk
er, Waynesville; Mrs. Mary Haw
kins, Clyde, R.F.D. No. 1; Eugene
Walker and Ted Walker, of Can
ton; and Billy Walker, First Class
Petty Officer, now in South Pa
cific. They have twenty grandchildren,
eight of whom are in the service.
They are; Lt. Comdr. Aubrey
Reece, of the Pacific area; SSgt.
Albert J. Justice, South Pacific
area; Sgt. Louis Reece, Keesler
Field, Miss.; Pvt. Walter Hawkins,
Camp Croft, S. C-; SSgt. Eugene
Hawkins, now in France; Cpl- Car
roll Hawkins, in South Pacific; Pfc.
Paul Walker, now in Germany; and
Asa Maples Reece, veteran's hos
pital, Johnson City, Tenn., who has
recently received a medical dis
charge. They have eight great
Miss Abbie Faye Henry, who is
a member of the faculty of the
Woman's College of the Univer
sity of North Carolina, is spending
the Christmas holidays with her
parents, Prof, and Mrs. Homer
Henry, of Clyde.
YOU'RE NOT TOO OLD
TO FEEL YOUNG
This is a message for men who have known
life but no longer find it thrilling because of
the lack of certain vitamins and hormones.
Tromone, a recent medical discovery combin
ing vitamins and hormones' may multiply the
vim and zest and enjoyment you once knew.
Vtiur whole approach, your whole attitude to
ward life, may improve when you begin to
use Tromone. Now it may be possible for
mrdifle aged men to again enjoy the same
spirit, vitality and pleasures that made their
youth a thing to remember. Added yean
may not subtract from your pleasures when
you use Tromone, the new medical formula
confbining vitaminB and hormones. Follow
directions on label. Tromone lor sale by
Smith s Drug Store and druggista everywhere.
BELK - HUDSON IS MAKING A
WOOLEN PIECE GOODS
2.98 WOOLENS - - Rer 2.29
54-Inch 100 Wool
3.95 WOOLENS - - Nr 3.48
1.48 WOOLENS - - "Z 1.19
Rayon Crepes - - 1.29
"Home Of Better Values"
Pupils Of Evelyn
Craig Dance School
Given Christmas Party
Miss Evelyn Craig and Miss
Pauline Ferguson gave a Christ
mas party for the pupils of the
Evelyn Craig School of the Dance
on Saturday afternoon. The affair
was held in the school studio.
Games and dancing featured the
afternoon's entertainment. A
Christmas tree, with a gift for
every child and refreshments cos
ed the party.
Among those present were:
Patsy Sims, Maxine Sims, Patsy
Reeves, June Hundley, Mary Chase
Hall, Margaret Reece, Linda Welch,
Mildred Medford, Clara Sue Shuler,
Johnny Heinz, Anne Heinz, Susie
Swanger, Bette Hannah, Evelyn
Ferguson, Betty Felmet and Linda
Methodist Group Entertains With
Reception For Rev, and Mrs. West
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the First Methodist
Church entertained with a recep
tion last evening in the church din
ing room. The affair was given as
a courtesy to Rev. Walter B. West,
former pastor of the church and
newly appointed superintendent of
the Waynesville District, and Mrs.
Mrs. J. Harden Howell and
Jonathan Woody welcomed the
guests at the entrance. The re
ceiving line was composed of Mr.
and Mrs. Nobel Garrett, the latter
retiring president of the Society,
Mrs. Bonner Ray, incoming presi
dent, Rev. and Mrs. Walter B.
West, Rev. and Mrs. J. Clay Madi
son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parkman,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs.
Rufus Siler, Mrs. Fred Martin and
J. R. Boyd.
Mrs. Guy Massie presided at the
tea table and was assisted by
Mrs. S- H. Bushnell and Mrs. James
Christmas decorations were used
in the room and were noted in all
the appointments. The hours were
from 8 to 9:30 and a large number
of the members of the church at
tended the affair.
Miss Carmen Plott, who holds a
government position in Washing
ton, D. C-, spent the Christmas holi
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Welcome to the ye
grace, 1945, and
bring you much mn ;
way of health and hanrJ
than your most hopj
Thank you a tlmJ
times for past favorrf
promise to do everything
our power to merit yoor cq
Buy War Bonds and StuJ
1st Yoor Property
Give Im Yoor Pol
EN J ANU AMY
Listing Begins January 1st
to return to the list Takers for Taxation for the year 1945 all the Real
estate, rersonai rroperty, etc., which each shall own on the i irsi w
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 are required to Est
their polls during the same time.
All nersons who own nronertv and f nil f n lief if nA all who are lialfe
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for poll tax and fail to give themselves in will be deemed guilty t a
misdemeanor. . :. .
Ivy Hill Mark Howell
Jonathan Creek . . . Fred Allison
Cataloochee Ed White
Fines Creek Roy Rogers
Crabtree Frank Medford
Pigeon ............ Gay Burnett
White Oak .Allen Da
Waynesville J. S. $aCl
East Fork .......... K. G. Bntm
Iron Duff ......... Grady w
Cecil... Ned Moo
Beaverdam . - . James Henderfj
Clyde ........... Coman