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Mrs. Lisle L. Hickey, a native
of Waynesvilie, died Saturday in
a San Francisco, Calif, hospital,
she was 66.
Mrs. Hickey was the former Miss
Anna Mcintosh, daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mcin
tosh of Waynesvilie. She attended
the Waynesvilie schools and Salem
College and was a iormer member
of the First Methodist Church here.
Mrs. Hickey had made her home
in California since 1908.
Surviving are her husband; one
son, Arthur Hickey, of Sacramento,
Calif.; two grandchildren; two
brothers, H. R. Mcintosh of Hayes
ville and Spalding Mcintosh of
Also three sisters, Mrs. Frank
Jenkins of Brevard, Mrs. Ralph S.
Morgan, Sr., of Atlanta, Ga., and
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt of Waynesvilie.
Funeral services were Conducted
today in San Francisco and Inter
ment was in a cemetery there.
Cabe Rites Are Held
Today In California
Funeral services were held to
da.Vjin Martinez, Calif., for Carroll
(jUA^a native of Canton and a re
ti^KKavy officer, who was killed
Thursday in an automobile acci
dent near his home in Martinez.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Mae Trawiek Cabe; one sister,
Mrs. Lloyd Parliam, Sr., of Can
ton; six brothers, Frank, L. C-, and
Jack V. Cabe of Canton, James
Cabe of Brevard, W. T. Cabe of
Newberg, and W. Ray Cabe of
Camden, S. C.
Use the Want Ads for results.
WAYNESVILLE joined in the nationwide ob
servance of "National Business and Professional
Women's Week" with the signing of a proclama
tion by Mayor J. H. Way. Looking on are Mrs.
Lynwood McElroy, general chairman in charge
of plans for the week (left), and Mrs. Ren Phil
lips, president of the Waynesville B&PW. Club.
Say I Saw It In The Mountaineer
Dies At 85
Mrs. Milie Noland Silver, 85,
widow of James R, Silver, died^
Saturday at 5 a.m. in the home of
a daughter. Mrs. Pat Howell, near
Candler following a lengthy ills
Mrs. Silver was a native of Hay
wood County, the daughter of the
late Allen and Carolyn Rhea No
land, She spent most of her life
in Canton and was a member of
the Fines Creek Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon in the Canton First
Baptist Church with the pastor,
the Rev. Horace Smith, officiating.
Interment was in the Crabtree
Baptist Church Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Sam Queen,
Sr., Richard Silver, Neal Leather
wood, Monroe Silver, Ted iloglen,
and Richard Davis. Nieces and
granddaughters were flower bear
Surviving, in addition to Mrs.
Howell, are another daughter,
Mrs. Roy L. Rogers of Canton; a
son, James D Silver of Canton;
seven grandchildren and three
Arrangements were under the
direction gf Garrett Funeral Home.
W. E. Lindau's
In New York
Mrs. Ethel Wade Lindau of New
York City died yesterday in New
York after a short illness. She was
the mother of William E. Lindau,
state editor of The Ashevillc Citi
zen and a former member of the
staff of The Mountaineer.
Mrs. Lindau was the Widow of
J. W. Lindau, who died several
months ago. A native of Baltimore,
she was employed in New York
tor many years by the Air Reduc-;
Funeral arrangements were in- !
complete this morning but the .
service will probably be held in j
New York Wednesday. |
MRS. MATT IE PARKFR
Mrs. Mattie Payne Parker. 66,
died Saturday morning in her
home on North Canton Rd., after
a lingering illness.
She was a native and lifelong
resident of Haywood County, a
daughter of the late James T. and
Nellie Penland Payne. She was a
member of the Ueulah Baptist
Surviving are the husband. Ray
A. Parker, Sr.; five daughters,
Mrs. Krnest O'Connor, Miss Jackie
Parker and Mrs. Earl K. Snow
of Detroit. Mich., Mrs. C. D. Buch
anan and Mrs. Johnnie Morris of
Also three sons, Woodrow and
Lloyd of Canton, and Ray, Jr., of
Detroit, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs.
Hester Clark of Hazelwood and
Mrs. Hatlie Cobbs of Blackstone,
Va.; 15 grandchildren; and two
Funeral services were held to
day at 2:30 p.m. in the Beulah Bap
tist Churcn. The Rev. E. C.
rteavis, the Rev. Coman Brown,
iiie Rev. Ernest Bartlett and the
uev. Ben L. Ray officiated and
uurial was in Bon-A-Venture
Grandsons and nephews were
Wells Funeral Home was in
IIAKLEY O. SMITH
Harley Oliver Smith, B8. of
Waynesville, died at his home Fri
day alter a long illness.
He was a retired farmer and
was a son of the late Frank and
Martha Kuff Smith.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Florence Kathbone Smith; three
sons by a former marriage, Hardy
Smith of Palatka, Fla., Woodrow
of Clyde, and Howard of Waynes
ville; two daughters, Mrs. John
Kathbone and Mrs. Horace James
of Clyde KFD 1; two sisters, Mrs.
Krwin Sutton of Waynesville, and
Mrs. Charles Grasty of Waynes- .
ville KFD 3; and five brothers,!
Kumbo and Krwin Smith of Pa
iatka. Daniel of Canton, Garland
and Winfield of Clyde.
Funeral services were held in
Kuhland Baptist Church Sunday
at 2 p.m.
The Kev. Ben Cook and the Rev.
Kdgar Willix officiated.
Burial was in Cfabtree Ceme
Nephews were pallbearers.
MRS. MARY SHARPE
Mrs. Mary West Sharpc, 79, died
at 12:35 a.m. Friday at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Crawford
Mease, on Canton RFD 2, after a
She was a former resident of
Newfound community in Bun
combe County and had lived with
Mrs. Mease for the past three
She was a member of the Bap
Funeral services were held Sun
day at 2 p.m. in the Zion Hill Bap
The Rev, R. R. Mehaffey, the !
Rev. Charles Sprinkle and the ;
Rev. Vernon Hall officiated.
Burial was in the church ceme- j
Grandsons and nephews were;
Surviving in addition to Mrs.
Mease are throe other daughters,
Mrs. Hill Sales of Canton, Mrs.
Flora Pearson of Candler, and
Mrs. Virginia Metheny Of Sylva;
two sons, Roy and Oscar Sharpe
of Leicester; a brother, Edward
West of Canton; 21 grandchildren,
15 great-grandchildren and one
Dwain C. Patton
Died Today After
Dwain C. Patton, 51, a steel
structural worker, died at 10:15
a.m. today in the Mission Memorial
Hospital following an extended ill
A native of Haywood County, he
was the son of the late John W.
and Catherine Powers Patton and
had spent most of his life in this
section. He resided on Hendricks
Survivors include the wife.
Christen Hendrix Patton of the
home/six daughters, Mrs. John E.
6avfn of Watertown, N. Y., Mrs.
Joe C. Nicholson of Port Orange,
Fla., Mrs. Harvey C. Homelius of
Tavares, Fla., Mrs. Fred L. Ed
wards, Mrs. James D. Mitchell and
Mrs. Tommy C. Brooks all of Way
nesville; four brothers. Forest and
Earl of Daytona Beach, Fla., Ed
of Waynesville and Dewey of Ashe
ville; a sister Mrs. J. M. Anderson
of Daytona Beach, Fla.. and seven
Funeral arrangements under the
direction of Garrett Funeral Home
were incomplete this afternoon.
Sgt. Beauford Gilliland
On Mediterranean Tour
Marine Sgt. Beauford S. Gilli
land, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
R. Gilliland of 304 West St., and
husband of the former Miss Mary
L Gaddy, all of Waynesville, left
Morehead City in August with the
3rd Battalion. 2nd Marines, 2nd
Marine Division, for a good-will
tour of the Mediterranean.
The battalion will Join the Sixth
Fleet in relief of the 2nd Battalion.
8th Marines, whoeh has been in
the Mediterranean since March.
Pigeon Baptist Church
To Hold Revival Series
A revival meet lag began at
the Pigeon Baptist Church in the
White Oak community Sunday.
Conducting the services is the Rev.
Brown Caldwell of Greenville,
S. C, formerly of Haywood Coun
Everyone if invited to attend
the services. The Rev. P. C. Hicks
In Fleet Review
LONG BEACH, Calif ?Seventy
two ships of the U. S. First Fleet
and 160 Navy aircraft, including
the Blue Angels, crack flight dem
onstration team, were assembled
at Long Beach, Calif., September
14 for the largest fleet review
Participating aboard the attack
aircraft carrier l.'SS Bennington
was Bobby E. Mehaffey, seaman,
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jahn D.
Mehaffey of 519 Daisy Ave., Way
The exercise, conducted by Vice
Admiral Robert L. Dennison, USN,
Commander of the First Fleet, was
reviewed by the Secretary of the
Navy, Hon. Charles S. Thomas.
Secretary Thomas also witnessed
the finals of the "Mrs. U. S. Navy"
contest at Long Beach Sept. 15.
Dies At 62
Mrs. Minnie Simons San-Souci,
62, of 1537 SW 19th Street, Miami,
Florida, died last night in the Hay
wood County Hospital. She was
the widow of Charles San-Souci.
Mrs. San-Souci, a summer visit
or to Waynesville for a number of
years, was a guest at The Maples.
The body will be sent to Miami
for funeral services and burial.
Surviving are a number of
Arrangements here are under
the direction of Crawford Funeral
At Boosters Meeting
Ways of handling present crowd
ed classrooms and teacher short
ages were discussed by M. H.
Bowles, WTHS superintendent, at
the meeting Thursday night of the
Hazel wood Boosters Club.
The event, a Ladies' Night meet
ing, was held at the Balsam Moun
tain Springs Hotel.
ST PETERSBURG, Fla. (API?
A thief stole a record player from
the home of Dr. Arnold Anderson,
i leaving behind this note.
"I took the record player?sign
' rnl, Mr. Crook."
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