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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY. APRIL 2
Police Swoop Down On Poker Game;
32 Arrested In Heart Of Waynesville
"Well, the town certainly wool Mr. and Mrs. Homer Green, of
that hand," is the remark credit-' Waynesville, route 1, announce the
ed to Scott Reeves, alleged oper- birth of a daughter on March 29th.
a tor of a gambling center located i
in the basement oi a main street miss Lois Massie, student at
building which was raided on Sat- Greensboro College, has arrived to
nrday night by Waynesville police. . 8pend the spring holidays here
Thirty-two others were arrested wjth her narentB. Mr
along with Reeves, including thir- gut Massie.
ty-one patrons of the place and
Albert Reeves, alleged 1 associate ! J
of Scott Reeves, and brother.
In the trial before the mayor
here on Monday, the case against
Albert Reeves was dismissed, but
Scott Reeves was given a suspend
ed sentence of six months and fined
$30 and the costs. He was also
ordered to close the place and not
The thirty-one patrons are re
ported to have been deep in a
serious poker game when officers
Tom Gilliland and Wes Patton,
of the city police force, arrived
upon the scene. ,
In the trial, all 31 were released
on payment of $5.00 and the costs.
erafa in ttt m-ncti I Hi a R9 wardens resorted to
It was merely a matter of gee- headquarters m a few minutes,
onds after the sounding of the first Each one made a thorough check
siren in Wavnesville. and the . on his designated area, and visited
FirQf TPaqT Tllonlfrtiil ca" traveling at that hour, as even' neously, silence in keeping with
. wiuvuuun the strangers seemed glad to co-op- the darkness.
Keceives 100 Per
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possible enemy bombing.
At the entrance to each highway
coming Into the three communi
ties, members of the State Guard
were on duty and it is said there
was no trouble in stopping the
whistles of the Unagusta and England-Walton
companies in Hazel
wood and the Junaluska Supply
Company at the lake, before dark-
" UTCr lue ",CB- lne Plans are underway to hold an
envelopmg effect of the blackout other blackout in three weeks. The
there also came almost simulta- date will be announced, but not
any spot where he saw even so
much as a faint glimmer of light.
Citizens stayed away from phones
to leave the lines clear for war-
! dens to report. :
the hour of the night, according
to chief air warden Clark. The
warning signals will come as a
surprise, and a test of the quick
ness with which the communities
can react will be made at that time.
Following the thorough testing
out of the communities ability to
meet such emergencies a county
wide blackout will be staged, ac
cording to Bill Prevost, county
chief warden. In the county-wide
event the communities will be ex
pected to co-operate just as closely
Ray, both ofVavnJM
Rufus Reid Beavers V
to Blanche Evelyn Sn,
Canton. W SmatH
Zano Hn trn
Terry Cathey, of
as in the smalls.
a simultaneous bWi.ro',). N
Receive Grants Of
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hauler of livestock and farm pro
ducts to market, 1 truck tire and
2 truck tubes.
Frank M. Bryson, hauler of live
stock and farm products to mar
ket, 1 truck tire and 1 truck tube;
Vaughn Palmer, transporter of
employes to plants working on gov
ernment contracts, with no other
means of transportation, 2 station
wagon tires ; Joe Gill by Lyda
Parton, hauler of farm products!
to market, 1 truck tire and 1 truck
W. D. Ketner, farm tractor use,
1 farm tractor tire and 1 farm
tractor tube ; Wayne Rogers, for
delivery of mail on rural route,
1 passenger car tire; Waynesville;
Wholesale, wholesale grocer. 2
truck tires and 2 truck tubes; Ru
fus Curtis, wholesale milk hauler,
2 truck tires and 2 truck tubes.
Waynesville Laundry, hauler of
laundry under T VA contract from
Fontana, 2 truck tires and 2 truck
tubes ; Boyd Wholesale Company,
wholesale grocer, 2 truck tires and
2 truck tubes; J. L. Rathbone,
hauler of fuel (obsolete), 1 truck'
tire and 1 truck tube.
Ed Woody, hauler of raw forest
products, 2 truck tires and 1 truck
tube; Earl Ramey, hauler of raw
forest products, 1 truck tire and
1 truck tube; Dr. R. H. Stretcher,'
practicing physician, 1 new car
To Get Diplomas
fc (Continued from page 1)
Win, Hilltry Gibson, Dillard
Grooms, Halmond Hardin, Joyce
Henson, William Henson, Joe
Hyatt, Robert Pruitt, F. M. Queen, i
Jr., Martin RogeTS, Carlos Sales, j
John West, Bonnie Blaylock.
Lillian Buckner, Geneva Cook,
Irene Farmer, Lois Farmer, Althea
Grogan, Bertie Faye Hall, Rebecca
Henderson, Blanche Henson, Nora
Belle Henson, Sue Kelley, Erma
Lou Long, Carrie Mann, Wilma
MoCants, Louise Mease, Lois Mor
gan, Mary Reece, Mary Rogers.
Margaret Singleton, Bobbie Lea
Turner, Frances Wells, Ruth Webb,
Edith West, Frances West, Eloise
West, Mary Wright, Irene Russell,
Frances Calhoun, Evelyn Hyatt,
and Wilma Rogers.
The members of the senior class
of Bethel high school will present
their play tonight in the school
auditorium, the curtain rising
promptly at 8 o'clock.
They have chosen "Here Comes
Charlie" by Joy Tobias, which is
a comedy in three acts, and offers
an evening of keen enjoyment.
The cast is as follows: Nora
Malone, Wilma McCants; Larry
Elliott, Halmond Harding; Char
lie Hopps, Frances West; Vivian
Smith-Kersey, Altha Grogan; Mrs.
Smith-Kersey, Lois Morgan ; Mor
timer Smith,-Kersey, Robert Bur
ress; Mrs. Farnham, Mary Reece;
Timothy McGull, John West, and
Ted Hartly, Dillard Grooms.
Miss Dorothy Ricbeson, student
at Peace Junior College, arrived
yesterday afternoon from Raleigh
and will spend the spring holi
days here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Richeson.
All persons will take notice that
the undersigned has qualified in the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County as Ad
ministrator of the estate of Callie
McDaniel, deceased. All persons
having claims against the said
estate will present the same to the
undersigned on or before the 25th
day of March, 1943, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of any
right claimant may . have to re
cover. All persons indebted to
the estate will make immediate
This 25th day of March, 1942.
HARDY LINER, JR.
Administrator of the estate of
Ji ; JL
IffWH ' -r m II. Al jcgZ-r'dfA $ ft
WE BOUGHT 5 TONS OF PROCTER & GAMBLE
SOAPS TO BRING YOU THESE SAVINGS
iSK FOR DETAILS ON HOW TO GET PROCTER & GAMBLE'S
BOOK . . ."HOW TO BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME" ... WE HAVE
ORDER BLANKS. '
Geti the dirt
the skin -
25c Six Gillette
SHAVE CREAM . . .
75c Size Doan's
50c Six ft r
For Easter Fun
PAAS DYES .
MERCOLIZEP WAX .
PERUNA TONIC . .
Soap For Cleaning Windows
3 For 25
25c New Improved Polish
.00 For Moths
WITH PEG. 8 BLADES
50c Pound Fleischmann's
BREWERS YEAST .
1' I s For
mi l Medium
Laige Size Vaseline
' 25c Size
Medium Size Lady Esther's BSM gfiki
ALL-PURPOSE CREAM SS'
$1.00 Tonic Anf
VIM HERB . . . .By
Family Size Antiseptic
LISTERINE ...... .
50c Size Cue
for a a
30c Size grt
MOFFETT'S TEETHINA 1 c
$1.25 Size BWiA
5CELPAMALT TABLETS Vy
50c Size All Shades
WOODBURY POWDER fcj.S
SANTI FLUSH 19
Large Can Red Devil
2 lb. Johnson
FLOOR WAX 98
FLIT SPRAY 29
4 CAKE K
WHEN YOU BUY 3
AT REGULAR PRICE
U V J it J
SPECIAL-FOR DRY HAIR
REGULAR FOR NORMAL OR OJIY HAIR
$1.00 Size Nadinola
BLEACH CREAM .
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
St !s 1 K ft ! 0
Callie McDaniel, deceased.
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