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jflURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1944 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VTLLE MOUNTAINEER
Resolve In 1945 - -
To Save The
Building and Loan Way.
NEW SERIES OPENS
Building & Loan
Mountaineer Owners Give Annual
Dinner For Employees Of Firm
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
MATINEE: Sunday 2 and 4 P. M.; Saturday 2 and 3:30 P. M
NIGHT SHOW: 7 and 9 P. M., Sunday Night, 8:90
ADMISSION: Children Under 12 Years, 12c; Adults, At
Seats, 35c -TAX: On Children's Pass, 2c-Adult Pass, t
Thursday December 28
With Judy Canora and Radio Stars.
Friday December 2
"Barbary Coast Gent"
With Wallace Beery and Marjorie Main.
Saturday December 30
With Bob Steel, Hoot Gibson and Ken Maynard.
LATE SHOW 10:30 P. M.
"The Girl Who Dared"
With Lorna Gray and Musical Stars.
Sunday December 31
With Virginia Bruce, Tito Guizar and E. E. Horton.
The owners and publishers of the
Wa-nesville Mountaineer, W. Cur
tis Russ and Marion T. Bridges,
were hosts of a dinner party on
Thursday evening at The Lidge
as a Qourtesy to their employees.
The guests were seated at one Ung
table which was lighted by red
tapers and decorated in sprays of
Each place was marked by a j
seasonal favor. Mr. Rufs pre
sided at one end of the table and
Mr. Bridges at the other. Master
Charles Bridges, young son of th
latter gave the blessing. A nuni
ber of entertaining features added
fun to the evening including the I
Monday-Tuesday January 1-2
With Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews and Vine Price.
Wednesday January 3
With Ellen Drew and Robert Lowery.
Miss Juanita Noland, member of
the sophomore class at Beroa Col
lege, is spending the holidays w.'.h
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Job; C
Noland, at Lake Junaluka
Miss Norma, Misa Edith and Miss
Dorothy York, srudents at Rere.i
College, are spending the Christ
mas vacations with their parents
on the Pigeon Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tate and dau
ghter, Patsy, of Newton, are spen
ding this week here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C Hott and
daughter, Miss Josephine Plott, and
son, Haywood Plott, the latter of
Newport News, Va., who is here
for a few days with his parents,
spent Christmas day with Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Battle in Andrews.
Mrs. Battle is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Plott and was before her
marriage, Miss Anna Jean Plott,
Mrs. Paul Gentry Teasley. t In
former Miss Betty Patton, return
ed to Nashville, Tenn., on Tuesday
of this week, after a visit with h r
Miss Evelyn Craig, who is asso
ciated with the Marguerite Hyatt
School of the Dance in Asheville,
spent the Christmas holidays wife
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Robert L. Gifford, seaman sec
ond class, son of Mrs. Anna D. Gif
ford of Route 1, has just returned
to his camp at Bainbridge, Md.,
after a 9-day leave with his mother
and sister, Rowena Gifford.
Miss Martha Mae Wyche, stu
dent at Woman's College of the
University of North Carolina, is
spending the Christmas holidays
with her mother and sister, Mrs.
Troy Wyche and Miss Jane Wyche,
at their home on Pigeon Street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Curtis Russ and
daughter, Marguerite Russ, spent
the Christmas holidays -with rela
tives in Hendersonville.
Miss Mary Noland, student at
Lenoir-Rhyne College, is spending
the Christmas holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James No
land, at Lake Junaluska.
Mrs. Hugh A. Love had as her
guests during Chritmas her daugh
ter, Miss Henrietta Love, of Ral
eigh, and her son, Frederick Love,
Ralph Price, former employee of
the Waynesville Mountaineer, who
is now with the Elkin Tribune,
spent the Christmas holidays here
with his parents.
reading of letters to Santa Onus
from all the employees and oiroers.
During the evening Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Bridges, parents of Marion
T Bridges, who observed their
fiftieth wedding anniversary two
day later, were presented two gifts
of gold encrusted china by Mrs. T.
Lenoir G"yn, on behalf of the
owners and employees of the paper.
Mr. Bridge3 has been employed by
the paper as a linotype operator
f.r m.ire than fifty years.
Mr. Rj recognised the birth
day anniversary of Robert McLean.
ub nas ien fmpbyed by the
p.ipvr for the better part of the j
pat ;5 year?
Man. T divides on behalf oft
The Mountaineer owners, present-j
ed a gift of two silr dishes to Mr.
and Mr. T- Lenoir Gwyn in recog-j
rut ion of tht ir twi-nty-nf lh wedding (
anniversary, en Htsfrnkr 20, Mrs.;
t, y n, s-. ia!e fiitor of the paper, j
lias been on The Mountaineer staff ;
for t tie past ten years. I
Mr Hriiiges alo presented 8
gift fr nn t he Mountaineer to tach j
f t he ctr.r1 ,v",,s w'h instructions
.not m opoii until Christmas morn-1
inr arni on- to ench jruest present.'
(i fH fi oin the employers to Mr.'
I Kus and Mr Bridges were pre-;
. entfd hv Mrs. Uvvyn. '
Various employees expressed ap-1
puliation of their association with
lhe Mountaineer, and in closing,
Mr. Rum spoke briefly of the year'
ahead m rtlation to the phases of j
work connected with the publica-
t ion ,.f the paper and the printing
depart hum t .
Applications Now Being
-IN THE NEW-
Farmers Federation Freezer System
THE - TIME
tion See Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Houston at thetion See Mr. and Mrs. Sam Houston At the
WAYNESVILLE FARMERS FEDERATION
Daily, On and After Saturday, 30th
Get Your Name In Immediately -
AT THE DEPOT
Several Widths - and Grades
MYS DEPT. STORE
P A v.
Two Things you can do
(nr xmir rountrv:
. ..H-...--'V.i ; . i
L Puu- u-he monev.
in Wear Bonds
BY putting your pulpwood money
1 into War. Bonds, you will be
helping your country in two ways.
By holding your bonds to maturity,
every three cords you cut will bring
as much money as four. And you
will get your money after the war
when it will buy much more than
it does now.
Since war requirements are con
stantly changing, it is always ad-
visable to have an arrangement on
selling your pulpwood before you
cut it That way you can cut the
species most needed and get the .
bast price for it ' ,
Champion Paper & Fibre Co.
CANTON, N. C.