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NEWS REPORTS AT FT. JACKSON
The first phase of the fall ma
neuvers is completed without
"bloodshed", so to speak on either
side, for the problem was over be
fore the real fight began. This
was a "feeler" problem, and when
the two armies Red and Blue
were finally arranged in battle for
mation, the results desired for naa
been obtained, and so on Wednes
day morning, ,the 120th Infantry
returned to its base camp for the
rest of the week. As always when
returning from the field, the rest
of the week was devoted to clean
ing up soiled equipment prepara
tory to the Saturday inspection.
Retreat at five o'clock has been
formal every afternoon except
Wednesday and last Sunday, It
certainly is Impressive to realize
that the entire group of soldiers
who compose the First Army are
at the same moment all over North
and South Carolina standing at
attention, and saluting -the colors
of our great nation.,
We were lucky or unlucky (de
pending on how you look at it) to
have been in corps reserve this
past week's maneuver, which meant
that for the most part we just sat
around and waited to see what
might happen. The 120th Infantry
did not come into contact with the
enemy in any large body during
the entire problem.
There were some enemy troops
in the area about ten miles away
from us, but these, like our own,
were merely detached patrols, sent
out to glean information about
the enemy. We captured quite a
few of these "scouts".
American wine consumption ia on
the rr.pid rise. Total apparent con
sumption in the U. S. last year was
89,802,000 gallons of the Joyous
and less-joyous juice.
Fines Creek News
By Mrs. D. N. Rathbone.
accompanied by J. C. Lynn, county Mrs,
There has been a large amount
of tourist travel over our Fines
Creek roads this summer. Ten
nessee has come first with Ohio sec
ond, Florida third and New York
fourth with numerous other states
THE WAYNESVILE MOUNTAINEER
They were day the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. U. It. IN 01 ana, uienn
Mrs. M. M. Noland, Mr. and Mrs.
Members of the Fines Creek F.
17 A 71nk urnn IMTIT DriZeS at
the Haywood County Fair held
recently at Waynesville; All en-
t w j trams were wen- jjwoow
Max James, son of Mr. ana " .,. ti.pv en.
the State ,. Fair at Raleigh this
Tom Ferguson, N. C. James, Jr.,
Reeves Ferguson and Ted James
attended the Western North Caro
lina Fair at Hendersonville on
Tha n v. "A. hovs are enjoy
ing a radio which has recently!
been purchased for their department.
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Sutton and
,iMrn. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Haney
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ferguson f
had as their guests on last Sun- ing w. u "-
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sutton.
Mrs. Johnny Lovette has return
ed to Fines Creek to visit her fam
ily while her husband, who ia in
the navy, is at ea. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCrack
en and son, Edd, motored to Ashe
ville On Sunday to visit their son,
George, who is taking treatments
in the Biltmore hospital.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER, ,!
back into Eddwin. V67.' ?
tentwry voluntarily tJ?
year, .go by esc14
Charlie iRathbone has returned
home after spending a few days
with his daughter, Mrs. Wfllard
Holder, of Staunton, Va.
. Mr. and Mrs. Geore. I
Miami, have announXti
The young arrival U the 'i t
of Judge anH iw r. Pi
i, of Waynesvill,; mS
During these maneuvers, because
the soldiers are so far from home
and generally located in remote
areas which have very few nat
ural recreation facilities, Uncle
Sam in cooperation with the cities
of the two states is providing
transportation for the soldiers to
various cities Outside of the ma
neuver area. In this way, when
particular towns are designated
for the recreation of a particular
unit, then a uniform number of
soldiers are in each town, and no
one town is overflowing. The
120th Infantry has been given
Gastonia as one of the towns to
which free government transpor
tation will be provided on every
free week-end during the maneuv
ers. This past week-end there
were also convoys of our troops
to Lancaster, where the good peo
ple of the town had invited 1,000
enlisted men of the 120th Infantry
to a supper and street dance. .
I couldn't say too much about
the real hospitality these friendly
people are offering us. In every
town we pass through you can see
where so many citizens have open
ed their homes and clubs have pro
vided rooms for the soldiers to re
lax. Free showers, and places to
go write letters, etc., are provided
in almost every town. Great Falls,
S. C. is not a very large place,
but it offers at least ten such
places and also a lounge for of
For those who are hot able to
make trips away from camp, the
regiment purchased its own mo
tion nicture eauinment in order
that the men could be given free
movies on the field during the ma
neuvers. So far we have had three
crood nictures. Because we have
no electric lines, our own power
has to be generated on the field.
This is done by using a generator
attached to a belt connected with
the rear wheel of a jacked-up truck.
The whole affair is home-made
and the first two movies were pre
sented in rather an amateurish
manner, with occasional breaks and
interruptions in the sound tract,
etc., but" now " experience " has
brought about changes, so that
now a creditable performance is
given. The same amplifying sys
tem used for our church service
on the field is brought into Use
for the movies. This, plus band
concerts by our band boys under
the direction of Warrant Officer
Burt, will give you an idea that
we aren t exactly and entirely
"stuck" way out here from no
where, even if there isn't a home
in sight for miles around.
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$1.00 Size Haley's
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Alophen Pills 49 c,
35e Tot Corns : '
Freezone . . . IQc
10c Size Old DUTCH "CLEANSER
10c Size LAVA SOAP
For Dirty Hands . . ; . 4&y
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7v HAIR BRUSH
Don't forget, you folks, to ad
dress your letters to the boys down
. here with AFO No. 30', before
the Fort Jackson. Remember there
are already approximately a hun
dred thousand boys in our imme
diate area of Great Falls, and this
will be augmented until if the
address isn't complete, delays in
delivery of mail, and general con
fusion will result. And speaking
of letters, why not sit down tonight
and write that letter to the soldier
bov in the woods you have been
putting off so long. It certainly is ;
nice to stand at mail call and hear
your name called out.
That's all for this week, folks!
Railroad revenue from automo
tive freight was $425,556,000 in
1939. v ".
Saraka .... 98 c
Svamp Root 33c
60e Sis " "'Cr,-:
Bisodol .... 49c
llustcrole . .33c
S5e Tick's ,: '
Vapo-llub . . 27c
Dr. Mill ;.
60e Dr. CaldwelTt
lyruo Pepsin 47c
Economy Sirs 8. S. 8.
1JM Vegetable Compound
ennen's ... 19c
km Bracer . 39t
Oa Pk. Probak. Jr.
lazor Blades . 3c
$1.00 Bise Hair Tonlo
I0e Size Denial
?5e SIse Tooth Paste FOR
Dr. West's.. 25?
Te!i Brush.. 43c
?ebeco 2 for 40c
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codorant . . 4sf
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fre-Jur . . . 23c
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VaseUne . Aaf
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