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MARCH 26, 1942
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Thumbnail Sketches Of
nViiPs of seniors of the Waynesville High Sc!
Others will appear in this newspaper next week.
RETTY PHELPS '
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Phelps, plans to be
ii 51rs- . . T?ittv lives with
n;0 enter Rex Hospital
i taleifrti in September ,
' nv likes to keep house-she
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L She enjoys plann.ng clothes,
H, , nnce. She was sec-
treasurer of her home room
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the tn, .
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though he woud like to be
d him, Carl Griffin, son of Mr.
' . xt IviflRn nf Hazel-
til, wants to be a manager of
L,e retail store.
rrl was secretary-treasurer of
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home room in uie.im
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Joe Francis, son ol Mr. ana mrs,
C Francis, of route one, pians
eoto N- C state wneic u "
jy to be a mechanical engineer,
he doesn't get to go to college,
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to says nc . r
the air corps ana tniiiKS mai
might want to be an athletic
rector. . . .,
Joe has been a memoer or. ine
)tball and basketball teams in
9th, 10th and 11th grades and
i.i. Ho was nresident of his
feme room in the 11th grade and
Is entered the public speaking
litest all through high school.
and Mrs. Charles Henry, of Hazel
wood, plans to enter the field ol
'Stan" has been member of the
football, basketball, and track
teams in the 8th, 9th, 10th and
He was named on the all-tournament
basketball team at W, C. T.
C. tournament and was named on
the All Blue Ridge Conference
football team. He is now treas
urer of the senior class.
MARY LUCILLE FRANKLIN
Mary Luncille Franklin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Franklin,
of route 1, plans to go to school
and take a commercial course.
She likes to sew and keep house,
and likes the movies and books.
She has been a member of the
economics club and won first prize
for her costume on Freshman Day
in the 8th grade.
Since he knows more about na
ture than most people, Marcell
Revis, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Revis, of Hazelwood, wants a job
outside where he can be with
Although he plans to get a job
with Carolina Power and Light
Co., next summer, Marcell is ready
to try for the air corps if Uncle
Sam wants him.
Marcell was president of nature
study club in the 8th grade and
president of his home room in the
Sftvine that "I would be inter-
Lt in tho air corns if I Join
L rmv or mavbe iust carry a
fen" Stanley Henry, son of Mr.
CHARLES WAYNE PARRIS
Charles Wayne Parris, son of
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Parris, of Hazel
wood, hopes to enter the grocery
business when he graduates.
Charles works every afternoon
after school and likes it. He is also
interested in machinery and hopes
See Us For
We Buy From
Clark Fowler Co.
Asheville, N, C.
Phone 826 6 Oak Street
New York's Delayed Action Bomb Carrier
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Department of Public Works. It is made up of heavy cables and houses i smaller similar cage. It is designed
to convey delayed bombs to isolated areas to be demolished. (CntroPreJ
to get in the tank corps if the
army needs him after he graduates.
He likes bowling and likes to go
places and see things.
Although he likes to work in a
drug store very much Harry Evans,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans,
of Waynesville, wants to be a pro
jectionist (movie operator).
Harry is very interested in music
and foods of all kinds. He also
likes sports and if he is called to
the army he wants to be an air
He was a member of the foot
ball team in the 11th grade and
is out for track.
Collecting lucky charms is the
hobby of Clifton Bryson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bryson, of Bal
sam. Clifton plans to go to a train
ing school where he will study to
enter the air conditioning field.
He played basketball in the 10th
grade, 11th grade and also went
out for track in the 10th and 11th
grades. He likes to bowl, play
Softball, go to the movies and
live out of doors. He would like to
eet in the air Corps if he has to
go to the army.
The latest edition of the tele- j
phone directory, containing a new
list of Waynesville's telephone
subscribers, is off the press and in
the hands of local customers. De
livery of 475 copies was completed
last Friday, it was learned here.
Now that the new green covered
book has been distributed, the com
pany is asking that the old gray
book be destroyed. This is im
portant because some of the num
bers have been changed, others
discontinued and still others added
since the last directory issue, it
was pointed out.
Persons calling who are not
sure of the number are advised to
refer to the new directory before
placing a call. This will not only
save time in sparing an extra call,
but will also avoid the annoyance
of calling someone by mistake, it
was explained by the authorities.
Subscribers who have, not re
ceived their directories are asked
to call the local telephone office
and copies will'. be. sent to them at
Although she doesn't like to cook
or housekeep, Betty Henry, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. K. . Henry,
of Franklin, is : determined to
make a good nurse.
She plans to go to Erlanger Hos
pital, in Chattanooga, Tenn., where
she will go in training.
She likes the movies and out
door sports and played on the
basketball team in Franklin and
has been cheer leader in Franklin
She is also a member of the Girl
BONNIE LOUISE PARSONS
Going for sports in a big way
Bonnie Louise Parsons, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Parsons, of
Dellwood road, plans to be a phy
sical education director.
Although she wants to earn her
own living for a while, she likes
to sew and cook. She likes to
play basketball, bowl, write let
ters, read, and listen to music.
She has played basketball
10th and 11th grades and
member of the track team
Wanting to, see the world after
graduation is the chief concern
of Lois Russell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Russell, of Waynes-
vile, Route No. 2.
Lois plays the guitar, likes
horse-back riding, collecting pic
tures, letter writing and sports
She was a member of the social
club in the 9th grade. Lois at
tended 8th grade at Fines Creek
and part of the 9th at Crabtree.
LAWRENCE MED FORD
After the war, Lawrence Med-
ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G,
Medford, of Waynesville, Route No.
2, is determined to be a cnemist.
He olans to go to Brevard Col
lege where he will study chemis
For a mountaineer, wtwrence
An Easter Sunrise service will be
held by the Haywood County
Young People's Union at 7:15
Easter morning, under the Cross
at Lake Junaluska.
The program will be given by
members of the union from differ
ent churches in the county, and
will consist of an arrangement of
hymns, scripture readings, and
prayer. A talk on The Resurrec
tion will be given by Rev. G. W.
A good number is expected to
attend. Visitors will be welcome.
In case of bad weather, the ser
vice will be held in Long's Chapel
church at Lake Junaluska.
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North Dakota Teachers
Interesting In Spending
Vacation In This Section
This area will be interested in
a recent letter received by the
state advertising department from
the State Teachers College in Dick
inson, N. D.
Teachers of the school seeking
information about places to spend
their vacatior and are interested
in the Smoky Mountains area.
Heretofore the group have been
going to the Pacific Coast.
Folders and other material have
been supplied their instructor in
an effort to interest them further
in this area by the state adver
District Welfare Meet
To Be Held In Asheville
On Thursday, April 2nd
The western district confer
ence will be held in Asheville on
Thursday, April 2, at the Bun
combe county court house, it was
learned here yesterday from Mrs.
Sam Queen, county welfare super
intendent. The program will center around
the theme, "The Public Welfare
Agency in a United War Effort."
A number of prominent welfare
Of tne 31 seniors of the Crab-tree-iron
. Duff high school who
will receive diplomas on April 3rd,
there are four sets of brothers and
sisters, it was learned yesterday
as the list of graduates were made
The four "sets" are: Jessie and
Billy Bryson, Elizabeth and Mary
Rathbone, Alice and Sarah James,
Weldon and Ruth Sutton.
The class is composed of the
Phil Best, James Bradshaw,
Jack Crawford, Je Davis, Macks
Ferguson, Carl Hannah, Glenn
Price, M. B. Reeves, Jr., Julius
Ross, Weldon Sutton, James
Welch, Collie Whitted.
Lucille Bishop, Billie Bryson,
Jessie Bryson, Sara Bryson, An
nie Caldwell, Georgia Davis, Mar
garet Davis, Eula Glance, Alice
James, Sara James, Dorothy Mc
Elroy, Georgia MeCracken, Betty
Messer, Mayme Presnell, Elizabeth
Rathbone, Mary Rathbone, Betty
Rogers, Ruth Sutton, Edith Tate.
authorities will address the group.
Former Governor Clyde R. Hoey
will be the luncheon speaker.
Mrs. Queen states that members
of the county welfare board, coun
ty commissioners and other public
officials and citizens of the county
interested in the welfare program
are invited to attend the meeting.
St. John's High
St. John's high school will pre
sent a spiritual play, "The Gift",
by Marie A. Foley, at the school
hall on Wednesday, April 1st, at
The choice of the play and the
purpose of its presentation at this
time is two fold: its proceeds are
for the defense program and its
theme is in keeping with Holy
The plot deals with a little lame
boy, Joel, who firmly believes that
the Galilean can cure him. The
cast is as follows: Joel, Kathleen
Allison ; Huldah, Lorraine Martel ;
Malochi, Spauldon Underwood; a
stranger, Toots Hannah ; Gabriel,
Billy Ray; Martha, Gladys Kenney.
Dr. Truett On Radio
8:30 Sunday Morning
Dr. George W. Truett, an out
standing Baptist of the South, will I
make a radio address Sunday
morning at 8:30, in the series of
Baptist Hour programs.
The program can be heard in
Waynesville from WBT, WSM or
Dr. Truett is past president of
the Baptist Word Alliance and
has been pastor of the First Bap
tist church in Dallas for 44 years.
And there's the Rising Sam
which most certainly will turn out
to be the Light that faflt4.
Colonial Batiing Co.
Asheville, N. C.
likes the water he plans to go to
the coast this summer. He likes
movies, he likes to travel, and all
kinds of water sports.
Lawrence was home room presi
dent in the 10th grade and a mem
ber of the journalism for a portion
of his senior year. He wroks dur
ing vacation at the boat house at
FRANCES ALLEY PATTON
Entering some kind of steno
graphical work or being a secretary
is the chief ambition of Frances
Alley Patton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. D. C. Patton, of Waynesville.
Frances plans to go to Cecil's
Business College in Asheville,
where she will study to enter the
buisness world. She likes to keep a
diary, has a scrapbook, likes to
cook and sew. She has been a
member of the band, likes outdoor
yports, likes music and dancing.
She was president of 7th and 8th
grades home loom, giri's chorus.
YOLTRE TELLING ME!
. n. nmtlAM SHI
Central Prets Writer
AN INDIANAPOLIS man who
doesn't owe Uncle Sam any in
come tax sent him a $20 WIL
anyway We hope that gentle
man got a million dollars' worth
of satisfaction out of that.
costly, but U every
mlkinr wt should
no trouble in tooting tbe
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Tin to Be Froxen" headline.
Reminds Orandpappy Jenkins of
the cold snap back In 192S which
put his lizzie oat of commission.
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Bet Old Davy Jones at the
bottom of the ocean is having a
tough time deciphering the
names of all those Jap warships
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whicn are comu
Toronto blackout plans are
held up by lack of sirens. Tbey
migbt contact Hollywood and
borrow some of tbose left over
from tbe silent movie era.
Jap troops are being painted
green for camouflage, according
to a news Item. The Mikado is
already green with envy of the
! ! !
" The Russians are squirting
quick-freexing water on the flee
ing Germans. Lament of 'a Ber
lin housefrau: "I didn't raise my
boy to be an Ice cube!-
Francis Crocery Brings You
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GARDEN-FRESH 24-Ib. Bag Plain or Self-Rising
VEGETABLES Western Bred Flour $1.05
Lettuce 100 4-lb. ctn. PURE LARD 600
Cabbage 3 lbs 100 8-lb. ctn. PURE LARD $1-19
Carrots 2 for 130 GREEN GIANT PEAS 2 for 290
Tomatoes 2 lba 250 Green Beans No, 2 can 2 for 250
pXinflo C -Ci GARDEN SEEDS ONION SETS - CERTIFIED
i OUHOeS ibs. SEED SEED POTATOESCABBABE PLANTS
Yellow or White
WE CAN PLEASE YOU IN
QU ALITY H E ATS Congratulations
ROUND STEAK lb. 370 to
WESTERN ' .-. . ya-m f 9 g f
round steak ib. 450 Charlie s Cafe
HAMBURGER lb. 230 -A Very Modem Place
FRESH DRESSED FRYERS We always have good buys in
choice selection of Groceries and Meats
Opposite Masonic Temple WALTER FRANCIS
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