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In Korean Area
Pvt. Donald S. Gilliland is now
stationed in yong Dong Po, Korea,
He volunteered for service June
20, 1955 and received his basic
training at Fort Jackson, S. C. af
ter which he was transferred to Ft.
Belvoir, Va., where he received
eight weeks training in engineer
Following his schooling in Vir
ginia he *was transferred to Ft.
Lewis. Wash., a port of embarka
tion, and on December 17 sailed for
Japan on the General William Mit
chell and completed his voyage on
At his present post his work con
sists of servicfcig the refrigeration
trucks which supply army and navy
personnel in Korea with perish
Pvt. Gilliland is a graduate of
the 1954 class of the Waynesville
High School and prior to entering
the Army was employed at Ray's
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Gilliland of Waynesville.
Mrs. T. G. Murray
Mrs. T. G. Murray was honored
with a surprise birthday party
Tuesday afternoon by members of
the Beaverdam Home Demonstra
tion Club, at the regular meeting
held at the home of Mrs. Jarrett
The birthday cake was cut and
served along with other refresh
ments during the social hour fol
lowing the meeting. and each mem
ber present?<f a gift to the honoree.
who was 75 years old on February
Mrs. Murray has been an active
member of the club sir.ce it was
first organized some 20 years ago,
and seldom misses a meeting.
The regular mating of the Good
Neighbor Club will be held Mon
day at the home of Mrs. J. p. and
Miss Elizabeth Thompson.
The Wesleyan Service Guild of
Rockwood Church will hold the
regular meeting with Mrs. Gladys
Burrell Thursday evening. Febru
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Walker of
Brevard spent the weekend with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Miss Artie Williamson is a pati
ent at the Haywood County Hos
Mrs. Ma* Yarborough and baby
daughter, Nealia Ann. who have
been on the sick list for several
days, are improving.
The WMU of Oak Grove Baptist
Church will meet Thursday of next
week, the place to be announced.
Graveside rites for Virgil Har
ris, of Asheville, a former resident
of the community, were held in the
Old Thickety Cemetery Saturday
afternoon. Mr Harris, 47. was the
son of the late Manson and Julia
Ford Harris. ?
The Brotherhood group of Oak
Grove Church met Monday night
at the church, with wives of mem
bers as guests. After the business
meeting, group and quartet sing
ing was enjoyed. Around 50 per
Jarre A Williamson expects to
enter the Haywood County Hospi
tal tonight to undergo an opera
tion Friday morning.
The Rev. Cecil G. Hefner, pastor
of Canton Central Methodist
Church, filled the pulpit at Rock
wood Church Sunday night.
Singing Is Planned
For Barberville Church
The Business Woman's Circle of
the Barberville Baptist Church
will sponsor a singing at the church
Saturday night at 7:80 o'clock.
The program will feature three
groups of the Shelton singers.
No admission will be charged.
The public ia invited
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potterns copied from far more
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100 HARDWOOD PINS |
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R?AOY TO FINISH $1
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KMT PANTIES 4 for ?
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Pretty eyelet trim, adjustable
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WHITE DRESS SHIRTS
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Sizes 6 to 16 ? First
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AND CUFF OVERALL
Irregulars ? All Sizes
TOTS* COTTON _ $1
KMT POLO SHIRTS 3 for I
39* to. Novelty rib knit, short
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of Wwo, white, maize. 1, 2, 3.
BLUE (HAMBRAY $1
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Good quality cotton with neat,
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Dog collar*, adjustable 1-2-3
4-5 strand*; earrings, adju*t.
*piv? 10% M. tax.
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