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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, APRIL 30,
Ten applications were granted
tires, tubes ana recaps oy me
local rationing board this week
according to the list announced by
the clerk of the board, Miss Winnie
Those granted their applications
were as follows: L. E. Sims, Way
nesville, recapper, 500 pounds pas
senger car camelback; Floyd Davis,
Waynesville, hauler 01 supplies,
employees and equipment to log
ging operations, 1 truck tire; Un
derwood Lumber and Supply Com
pany, Waynesville, hauler of coal,
lime and WPA, 1 truck tire and
1 truck tube.
John Howell, Cove Creek, hauler
of raw forest products and farm
products to market, 1 truck tire;
U. S. Department of Agriculture,
by Dr. Jos. C. Bateman, Waynes
ville, 1 passenger car tire; Cecil
T. Cogburn, Clyde, route 1, hauler
of raw forest products to market,
2 truck recaps; Grace Lumber
Mills, Lake Junaluska, hauler of
raw forest products to market, 2
truck tires and 2 truck tubes,
Carl Rogers, Clyde, route 1,
hauler of raw forest products to
market; R. L. Davis, Cove Creek,
hauler of raw forest products, 1
truck tire; Unagusta Manufactur
ing Company, of Hazelwood, haul
er of semi-finished good in indus
trial plant, 2 truck tubes.
Fines Greek News
Mrs. D. N. Rathbone
The Rev. Jarvis Teague filled his
regular monthly appointment at
the Fines Creek Baptist church.
There was a very large crowd in
The woman's meeting of Chris
tian Service met last Thursday
with Mrs. H. C. Green. There .was
a good attendance. Each one was
presented a bouquet of flowers by
Miss Mary Jane McCrary in observ
ance of Mother's Day.
The program was inspiring and
dealt with twelve books of the Old
Testament. Mrs. Melton Harbin
gave & reading analyzing a book
which will be discussed in two more
readings. The book will be used by
the service meeting.
After adjournment the members
were served delicious refreshments
by the hostess, who was assisted
by Mrs. Charles B. McCrary.
The next meeting will be held
with Mrs. Waldo Greene on May
Fire raged in some sections of
Spring Creek, near the Madison
and Haywood county lines last
week, while in the cove section of
Fines Creek the fire swept over a
large area of timbered land. It
was the opinion of some that the
large timber was not damaged.
Because of dry weather the fire
Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Rathbone
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Roxie Rathbone. to Jack
Price son of Haden Price, both of
The marriage vows were sol
emnized at Waynesville, April 25th
with only a few close friends in
The couple were entertained at
the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Rathbone,
wnn a large number present for
The Rev. Melton Harbin preached
Sunday at the Laurel Hill Meth
odist church. There was a very
large crowd present;
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rhea, of Can
ton, were Sunday guests of the
latter's brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Rathbone spent Sunday
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Rathbone,
Dahl Ledford, who is serving in
the army, is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Ledford.
Gerald Mooney is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mooney
and other relatives an Fines
Creek. He is now serving in the
Misses , Mary and Faye Green,
daughters of Mr. Bobbie Green, are
visiting friends at Newport News
Mr. and Mrs. Furman Davis an
nounce the birth of a son, Douglas
xuacAinur, on April 11th.
Bethel Baptist Sunday
School Association to
Meet At Riverside
The Bethel group of the Hay-
wooa Baptist Sunday School Asso
ciation will meet at Riversidp
church on Sunday afternoon at
2:30 according to R. E. Sentelle,
All churches are urged to send
officers and other representatives
Churches in the Bethel group in
addition to Riverside church in
clude: Bethel, Burnett Siding,
Laurel Grove, Mt. Zion, Meadow
Grove, Burnett Cove, East Fork
and Spring Hill.
Farmers, along with others, will
ho longer be able to . purchase
blowout shoes for their tires, ac
cording to a recent announcement
from the War Production Board.
The many friends of Charlie
Robinson will be glad to .learn he
is now recuperating at home, after
spending several days in Norburn
One hundred and fourteen were
present for Sunday school the
past Sunday at North Canton
Much interest is being shown in
the mid-week prayer meeting, also
in the meeting of the superinten-
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ivetter spent dent and Sunday school teachers,
the past week-end in Cleveland, with the pastor leadingeach Fri
day night for the purpose of stud
ying the Sunday school lesson.
Master Charles West is con
fined at home with measles. We
wish him a speedy recovery.
In 1773 the president of Dart
mouth asked of the legislature of
New Hampshire that he "be em
powered to set up a lottery for the
benefit of Dartmouth College."
Some of the gunpowder taken
in the capture "of Fort William
and Mary in Newcastle on Dec,
4, 1774, the occasion of New Hamp
shire's first armed resistance to
Great Britain, was used in the
Battle of Bunker Hill.
New Hampshire is one of three
states in the Union which have no
New Hampshire became an in
dependent colony seven months
before the signing of the Declarar
tion of Independence, thanks to the
temporary constitution drawn up
by her Provincial Congress, and
passed on Jan. 6, 1776.
A woman isn't necessarily a
state motto. The other two are business woman just because she's
, interested in everybody's business.
Indiana and Ohio. "
First state to draw
tution was New HaZ f
Dec. 28, 1775. It "!mpsh
Exeter on Jan k
New Hampshire w . ,
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sohcitmg other worC'iH
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