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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
30, 1 J
100 Graduates To
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close of the exercise the 'class will
sing the Alma Mater.
The following Seniors will re
James Franklin Albright, Sam
Arrington, James Wallace Bur
nette, Clifton Stringfield Bryson,
Mark Eugene Carswell, Henry
Bowman Foy, Zeb W. Curtis, Jr.,
Harry Evans, Jr., Billy Fisher, Joe
Francis, Hampton Galloway, Da
vis C. Gillett, Carl Griffin, Marion
Carlisle Green, Kenneth Leroy
Harrell, Clyde Pritchard Greer,
Richard Inman, Jim Leatherwood,
Robert Lowry Lee, Edward Mc-
Rorie, Fred Martin, Jr., Carl Mc'
Cracken, Jr., Paul Walker.
William Lawrence Medford, Phil
MacRae Medford, Wilson Medford,
Fred Palmer, Charles Wayne Par
ris, William Marcell Revis, Ker-
mit Lee Robertson, William W
Stephens, John Calvin Summerow,
Ernest Moore Sutton, Howard
Joseph Truitt, Lewis Lawrence
Williamson, Lee Frank Worthing'
ton, Mary Lucia Allison, Amelia
Amos, Carroll Louise Bell, Mar
garet Elizabeth Blalock, Elizabeth
Bradley, Jeanette Marguerite Bur
gin, Iris Patricia Burgin,
Florence Earline Cagle, Billie
Calhoun, Modena Elizabeth Cham
bers, Grovene Morrow Clark, Ruby
Jane Dietz, Ann Edmunds, Ara
lene Wright Eller, Gladys Lorena
Ezell, Betty Francis, Mary Pa
tricia Gwyn, Mary Lucille Frank
lin, Frankie Guy, Velda Cornelia
Haney, Betty Jane Henry, Mary
Ruth Howell, Lenna Josephine
Hoxit, Georgia Aldane Hyatt,
Margaret Eleanor Jones, Bonnie
Katherine Leatherwood, Polly
Liner, Eugenia Martin,
Arbutus Elizabeth McClure,
Virginia Emeline McElroy, Dor
othy Virginia Moody, Roberta
Elizabeth Moody, Mary Lela No
land, Anne Osborne, Naomi Mar
garet Palmer, Myrtle Pauline
Palmer, Mary Agatha Miller, Ma
tie Mae Hembree, Geraldine Par
ris, Bonnie Louise Parsons, Fran
ces Alley Patton, Mary Elizabeth
Phelps, Bertha Elaine Queen,
Mildred Myrth Rogers, Alawayne
Phillips, Edith Catherine Russell,
Helen Charlotte Smith, Frances
Cordelia Swanger, Edith Eliza
beth Teague, Frieda Mae Teague,
Gwendolyn Allene Thompson,
Helen Laura Trout, Margaret
Underwood, Gladys Roberta Walk
er, Betty J. Wilson, Hazel Jeanette
Woodard, Betty Jean Wright,
Frances Wright, Hazel Frances
Wright, Margaret Ruth Wright,
Ruth Margaret Wright, Eula Mae
Wyatt, Hazel Katherine Withers,
Melita Browning, Dorothy Milner.
This Is The Blank You'll Fill Out For Your Sugar Coupons
APPLICATION FOB WAR RATION BOOK (r.wiiwi-fc,EMta--7)
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most enthusiastic in promotion of
the Forward With Christ program
carried out by the churches of
Whereas, all publicity has been
given free of charge; Be it Re
solved, that this association ex
press on behalf of the churches
and pastors of the county our
sincere appreciation of the editors
of these two papers for their gen
erous co-operation and support.
We feel that our county is for
tunate in having two such clean and
forward looking news agencies to
Even If You Have
Sweet Tooth, U. S.
(Continued from page 1).-
the rationing board the consumer
will have four days in which to sign
The hours will be from 9 until 5
each of the four days, 4, 5, 6 and
7 th, registration centers being
the elementary schools in the
county. Each person is supposed
to register at the school nearest
They will sign up for rationing
sugar books and everybody in the
county will have to be registered.
One adult in the family may reg
ister for that group. They will be
ead the thinking of the readine re1uired to ive the ""ght, weight,
IfiJ -""Nf I color of eyes, hair and age of
HAYWOOD COUNTY MINIS
By H. G. Hammett, President.
for War Bond Drive
In Haywood County
(Continued from page one)
tinve In the county!
The committees are! :
Big Creek II . D. McDonald,
chairman, Mark Howell, Mack Cald
well.' . V
White Oak Jarvis Teague,
chairman, Lloyd Teague, Lonzie
Messer, W. J. William, Vinson
Jonathan Creek Jule Boyd,
chairman, Glenn Boyd, Medford
Leatherwood, Mrs. W. T. Rainer,
Jarvis Palmer, Jim Harrell, Hub
Caldwell, Mrs. Troy Boyd.
Ivy Hill Boone Ferguson, chair
man, John Campbell, Tom Alexan
der, Miss Nell Campbell, Mrs. Her
bert Plott, Walter Ketner, Jim
Singleton, Jim Plott, Alney Me
haffey. Lake Junaluska- Weaver Mc
Cracken, chairman .Wallace Ward,
Mrs. Ed Jaynes, Hardy Liner, Mil
lard Gaddis, Mrs. A. J. McCracken.
East Waynesville and Ratcliff
Cove Jarvis Underwood, chair
' man, Bob Gibson, Jesse James, Mrs.
Mark Galloway, J. Harley Francis,
Bob Francis, Mrs. Claude Francis.
Francis Cove Robert Boone,
chairman, Robert McCracken, Mrs.
Homer West, W. H. Hollings-
worth, Mrs. Gilbert Inman.
Iron Duflf Thurman Davis,
chairman, Manson Medford, Hardy
Caldwell, Mrs. Grady Davis, Mrs
Crabtree Glenn Palmer, chair
man, R. G. Sanford, John Best,
Mrs. H. H. Holt, Charlie Hill, T. T.
Noland, Wilson Kirkpatrick, Mrs.
Waynesville Hilliard Atkins,
chairman, M. G. Stamey, J. C. Pat
rick, Felix Stovall, Henry Gaddy,
Harry McCracken Lee Bramlett,
Emmett Balentine, C. J. Reece,
Dave Underwood, J. C. Brown, Jim
Malie, pr. S. P, Gay, Grayden
Hazelwood and Allen's Creek
C. N. Allen, chairman, L. N. Davis,
Wm. Bradley, Whitener Prevost,
John Sparks, Henry Francis, Fau
cette Swift, J. M. Woodward, Leo
Buckner, Clyde Fisher, Rufus Gad
dis, Dr. R. S. Roberson, Mrs. Jule
Allen, Mrs. Blanche Franklin.
Fines Creek Mark Ferguson,
chairman, Fred Safford, Norman
James, Mrs. Carl Greene, Mrs
Reeves Noland Grover Ferguson,
Carl Greene, Mrs. W. B. Noland,
Chairman Ray stressed the fact
that every citizen of Haywood
county is to be given an opportu
nity to participate in buying war
savings stamps and bonds. Em
phasizing this, he announced that
that the general chairman for
Waynesville, Hilliard Atkins, is to
organize committees ' among the
colored folks of Waynesville
These committees will be annuonced
For Girls For Boys
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$1.69 $1.95 $1.00
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every member of their family upon
the blanks they sign. This regis
tration will include every man,
Districts To Meet
Here On Monday
(Continued frqm page 1)
the First Methodist church of Lex
ington, who is chairman of the
rural life commission. Dr. M. T.
Smathers, superintendent of the
Big Chief Service
Station To Open
(Continued from page 1)
tipn, serving sandwiches, coffee,
soft drinks, ice cream and confections.
The station is built at the inter-
Asheville district, will also have section of Highway 19-23 and the
part on the program.
The Waynesville district will also
hold a separate meeting during the
day. and will continue their ses
sion until 5:30 while the general
meeting will adjourn at 4 o'clock.
Around 250 delegates are ex
pected to attend the all day meet
ing,, which starts at 10:00 o'clock
Monday morning, according to Rev,
Hutchins. The public is also in
vited to be present.
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Dr. Floyd Rogers
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-(Continued from rage 1)
of the community to continue in
their aggressive ' effort that has
been carried on in the past few
weeks in the Forward for Christ
The pastors of the churches par
ticipating in the service all had
partVn the program as follows:
Rev. J. C. Madison, of the First
Methodist church, presided.
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, of
the Presbyterian church read the
Scripture. Rev. H. G. Hammett,
of the First Baptist and president
of the County Ministerial Associa
More Than loo
Names Added Ta
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athan, 92; Crabtree
Oak not renortin " 1U
17; Fines Creek llP'M
The number t
men registering wag j
were amonsr -tha k;-h.6.
by the registrants: Gre!
Spain, Germany, EnS
land India, HungaryJi
The list is now standing,, 'J
will be slighter lar, f
cation to the White
tion, spoke briefly on the recent and registering elsewhL -H
campaign. Rev. R. E. MacBlain, , Eluded as their
of Grace Episcopalintroduced Dr. into the local Hraffv-.." H
Rogers. . I
. 0f a11 regiments in the u J
Armv. th Fifti, v... lH
Volunteers sustained thepS
i ux iiiea aunng the Civil W;
Music was furnished by a choir
made up of voices from the
churches taking part. Approxi
mately 250 were present for the
service, which locally climaxed the
nine weeks go to church movement.
37 Appointed By
Red Cross As First
(Continued from page ly
lers, Anna B. Siler, Margaret J.
Fay H. Toy, Juanita M. Walker,
Mabel L. Walker, Carleton Eddie
Weatherby, Meredith Whitaker,
Catherine Winston, Harriet P.
Withers, Marion H. Worsham and
Glen Wyatt. Dorothy Albrecht
and Joe W. Davis received stand
ard certificates in first aid.
All those in the first group
pledged to teach at least two
classes in first aid when .they
signed up for the courses, and
have been appointed officially by
the Red: Cross as instructors since
receiving their certificates.
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