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APRIL 30, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
! efpr Dunald Stewart
3&TAZlr nn Sixth
,1.) Stewart, son of
W.!TZr n Stewart, cele-
. M.rsl. .u birthday anni-
l Waynesville Kin
...n.K he attends on
felons on the b rthday
I was servcu n
KwhJhe young host's
RtPwart. and Miss
her, .' "
. . r v Herman,
kinde'rga'-ten classes, lead 1
,11 in a number of gam
enjoying the affair were:
Ann Bowles, Jacqueline
Dotrik. Ann Williamson
Anm Lee Prevost, Helen
i..i;na sieve uio.". -
Ldermilk, and Jeff Reece.
r-hter of Wilmington, an
Indine some time here with rel
kill Blalock, who recently ac-
nt the week-end here with his
klrs Paul uavis anu eiuau
hter. Carolyn, are spenumg
week with relatives in Shelby,
. . 1 .J. 1 1.
Mrs. Tillman r isner leu last
k for Portsmouth, va., wnere
-joined Mr. Fisher, who holds
Etr and .Mrs,. ureeK waaaeii
nt the week-end in Asheville
h the latter's parents, Mr. and
M. H. Rice. .
llrs. J E. Whisenhunt, of Swan
i ; . i j i .
loa, spent tne ween-ena nere
li her daughter and son-in-law,
and Mrs. Sam Lane.
Ir. and Mrs. L. C. Waddell had
heir guests over the week-end,
k Mamie Odem and Miss Nora
kenbalm, of Bristol, Va.
lliss Bobbie Rhinehart has re
ined home after spending one
k in Atlanta, and one in Ar
fcton, Va., with friends.
Ketner and small
he Woman's Missionary Union
the Hazelwood Baptist church
meet as a circle at the home of
, J. M. Woodward, Thursday,
ll 30th, at 2:30 o'clock.
llr. and Mrs. Fred Allison had
their guest over the week-end,
Is Lucile Smith, of Sylva. a
R SALE Lawn mower in ex
llent condition. Price $6.00.
an be seen at Ray's Flower
hop. j April 30
R SALE Six room house with
ith, corner lot 125x200 feet
hmd Erkraft Novelty Shop.
riced for immediate sale. See
red Farmer, Hazelwood. It
1ST OR STRAYED A red Cock
r Spaniel, answers to name of
Buckie." Eieht months old.
M wllar without name. He
ard. Call Mr. and Mrs. R. R
favenport, Phone 10. April 30
iR SALE Two houses and good
'e lot, just outside city limits,
car Asheville road. $2,000.00.
e would like listings on small
farms. We have cash customers.
Je L.. N, Davis Co.. Real Estate.
fisurance. Ask for Mr. Stone.
Pnl 30. .' :
N'TED an enersretie hm to
frry newspaper route. EymI.
f nt territnrv A i rri
fountaineer. . ' - ,
JALL house for rent
KENT- ThrPA-rnnTYl onai-f
ent Furnished or unfurnish-f-
Reasonably priced. Apply
Main street. Phone 163-j!
I Moth Sd Baqa.
Weds On April 2nd
MRS. JAMES REID, who before
her marriage on April 2, in Louis
ville, Miss., to Private Reed, now
stationed at Fort Jackson, was
Miss Leuna Carver, daughter of
Mrs. Stella Carver.
Frank C. Boyd, U.S. Navy
Here On Furlough
Frank C. Boyd, Second Carpen
ter U. S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Boyd, arrived this week for
the first visit with his family since
he entered the service four years
ago. He has been stationed on
the U. S. S. Raleigh and was in
Pearl Harbor the eventful nieht
of Dec. 7th.
Following his visit with his
family he will return to San Fran
cisco and join his ship.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd s Rippetoe.
Jr., of Miami, Fla., announce the
birth of a daughter, on April 28,
Mother and daughter are doing
Mrs. Joe M. Turbyfill, of Hast
ings, Neb., widow of the late Joe
M. Turbyfill, of Waynesville and
Hastings, will arrive next Tues
day for a visit with her mother-in-law.
Mrs. P. L. Turbyfill.
Mrs. John Ferguson spent last
week in Arlington, Va., with rel
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bryson,
of Stuart, Fla., is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Winchester, the
THE ATTICS ALWAYS THE
And many a woman has helped
her husband to the top of the
ladder and then left him there
while she decided where else the
picture might look good. Central
of Georgia Magazine.
Mobile Unit Here
An army recruiting unit will
spend today and tomorrow in town
located at Smith's Drug Store on
Main street. They will receive ap
plications for volunteers for army
air corps and regular army train
ing. - ,
Any young man who has reach
ed his 18th birthday is eligible to
make application. The applicants
win ue rererred to the nearest
aviation examining board for phy
sical ana mental examinations.
Young men between 18 and 19
are invited to enlist for aviation
cadet training and all men be
tween the ages of 18 and 45 are
eligible for enlistment in the army.
MISS CLARINE SCRUGGS
Last rites were held Tuesday af
ternoon at 3:00 o'clock at the
Allen's Creek Baptist church for
Miss Clarine Scruggs, 23, who died
at 11:00 o'clock a. m. in a Ral
eigh hospital. The Rev. Bill Sor-
rells officiated. Burial was in
Pallbearers were: David Tay
lor, Clarence Taylor, Harry Mash-
burn, Red Farmer, Dave Wiggins,
and Robert Wyatt.
In charge of the flowers were:
Miss Mary Mock, Miss Mary Med-
ford, Miss May Scruggs, Miss Bon
nie Mills, and Miss Irene Truitt.
Surviving are the father. Lee
Scruggs; one sister, Miss Mildred
Scruggs; six brothers, Harry. Gor
don, and Ruf us, of Waynesville,
Koscoe, of Newport News, Va
Corporal Milford Scruggs, of Camp
uoraon, Augusta, Ga., and Private
Glenn Scruggs, stationed some
where in Australia.
Weds In Clayton
MRS. FRANK JAYNES
Funeral services were conduct
ed on Wednesday afternoon at
Long's Chapel at 3:30 o'clock for
Mrs. Flossie Carnes Jaynes, 41,
wife of Frank Jaynes, who died
Monday at 4:25 p. m. The Rev.
Miles McLean, pastor of the
churchy and Rev. A. J. Quick offi
Pallbearers were Alton Size-
more, George Robinson, Wayne
Medford, Arthur Robinson, Ray
Medf ord, and Frank Chambers.
Surviving are the husband; par
ents, Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Carnes
of Route 2, Waynesville; five sis
ters, Mrs. Elbert Long, of Clay
ton, Ga., Mrs. V. H. Banks, of Can
ton, Mrs. Lawrence Chanley, Mrs
Buford Rogers, and Mrs. Hugh
Russell, all of Waynesville, Route 2
"Highway safety, boiled down,
is simply a matter of highway
courtesy," says J. I. Banish, form
er president of the National Safe
ty Council. And where safety
won't boil down to courtesy, hard-
boiled enforcement will help.
AMERICAN PLACE NAMES
An odd-lot from United States
Postal Guide : Inspiration, Ariz.,
Occupacla, Va., Veribest, Texas
and Moosic, Pa.
New Hampshire has sent one of
her sons to the White House
Franklin Pierce, elected President
of the United States in 1852.
RENT A SINGER
FOR SPRING CLEANING
Rent by day or week. : Your
choice of hand or floor model
Phone 343-J '
REMEMBER YOU ALWAYS SAVE AT BELK'S
Now On Sale At
Starting this morning, four packed racks of lovely
coats and suits will go on sale the prices hare been
CUT IN HALF. Come early, get your choice of
these real honest-to-goodness bargains.
Waynesville Masonic '
Lodge To Meet Friday
The Waynesville lodge, Number
259 A. F. and A. M., will hold the
regular communication on Friday
night, May 1st, at 8:00 o'clock. An
interesting program has been ar
ranged by the program committee.
Members are urged to attend and
visitors are cordially invited to at
tend, according to W. A. Abel,
Master, and W. H. Owen and J. S.
Marcus Rose Now In
82nd All American
Private Daniel Marcus Rose, who
is stationed at Camp Claiborne,
La., is now in the famous 82nd All
American division. The divisional
insignia is AA in red and blue and
is worn on the shoulder of the
A single domestic hot water Funny nobody ever thought of
boiler would yield enough steel foi selling pads of wall paper for
a 37-mm gun. kids to write on.
Mrs. ray SHOAF, who before ' examiner to l ake Special
her marriage in Clayton, Ga., on Two W eek S Training
April 9th, was Miss Elizabeth Put-1
man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' A. L. Allison, local drivers' li
D. L. Putman, of Lake Junaluska. censes examiner will be out of
town irom the 4th ol May through
the 16th, it was learned yesterday.
Mr. Allison will be attending a
special training school in Raleigh
for all examiners in the state. The
school is being conducted by the de
partment of Motor Vehicles with
assistant representatives of the
National Safety Council, in co-operation
with the American Asso
ciation of Motor Vehicles Administrators,
Mrs. Ramsey aud Family
Attended Funeral of
Her Father Sunday
Jonathan Case, father of Mrs.
J. G. Ramsey, of Waynesville,
died last Thursday in an Asheville
hospital. Funeral services were
held in the Refnge Baptict church
at Dana, in Henderson county on
Sunday afternoon at 2;00 o'clock.
Attending the funeral from here
were, Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Ramsey,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe G. Ramsey, Jr.,
Mr, and Mrs. Rufus Queen, and
Bobbie Ramsey, and Betty Lou
PSA Rufus Ratcliff
Now in Camp Polk, La.
PSA Rufus Ratcliff, of the 489th
F. A. B. N. Service Amn. of the
7th Armed Division is stationed
at Camp Polk, La.
Collection of used rubber in the
farm scrap drive will be a vital
aid toward keeping rubber-reclaiming
plants operating on the
scale now considered necessary.
All my accounts not paid on or
before May 15, 1942, will be in the
hands of Pearl Lesley Johnson,
Attorney, Depot Street, for col
lection. E. C. MOODY.
No. 1181 April 30-May 7.
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Tie Sets and Chains
Schaffer Pen and Pencils
Our storks are complete yau
can make Helvetians easily here
'Credit With A Smile"
Main Street Waynesville
REMEMBER YOU ALWAYS SAVE AT BELK'S
Here are a few specials from our Household Department
Sheets & Pillow Cases
For this event only. Fine Muslin Cannon
SHEETS - $1.34 each
81x99 and 72x99
Beautiful Cannon 42x36
Pillow Cases each 370
Large Selection Heirloom ;
CAES - 15C
Beautiful 42x36 Montaum
CASE S -- -151
Special On Curtains
Latest patterns in Cottage
2 pairs $1.50
With white background
with figures in red, green,
blue or black.
Ruffied, Lace or Straight
CURTAINS - - - - $1
Assorted colors of
Beautiful cotton and rayon
Size 20x26, a
buy that means
7 ' I
. .SbMbj,.... . :
Scalopped Edge Stevens
Spreads - $3.48
Basket Weave -aU colors
Congoleum Gold Seal and
Take your choice from our large
stock. These prices are rock
3.95 te 7.95
6x9 f QQ O QQ
Look At These Specials
Now is the time to buy
Plain or fringe bottom, standard
sizth, in ecru or green.
Here's A Value 7-Way
Floor Lamp 4.95
Beautiful shades, and a value we
Choose from Many Gorgeous
Table Lamps 1.29
Your choice of many desisgns ot
bases. All well-built, and will give
many years of service.
Large Selection of. Cushion
Pillows - - - - 480
Floral designs, cotton fillings with
Cretonne cover or Kapok filling
with Chintz covers. Buy several
of - these. "" 1
Pictured and Flowered Top
Card Tables - 970
Sturdy, well-built for service
Beautiful High Quality
In ecru, white, peach or cream.
Metal Bound Serviceable A
In many patterns and colors. A
Basket-Weave Large Size
In ivory, lavender and green.
Worth much more.
The real buy of the
season. Oval or oblong
shape. Some with bound
edges, . others with
fringe. Many designs.
All with burlap back
ing. 24x41 inches. Also
other popular sizes.
(Others $1.48, $3.95)
The Home Of Better Values"
BELK HUDSON COMPANY
"The Home Of Better Values"
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