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May 14, 1942, edition 1 /
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Only 8 Applications
Granted This Week
By Rationing Body
(Continued from page 1)
Conservation and Development by
Leo F. Reiger, of Waynesville,
route 1, hauler of perishable pro
ducts, 2 truck tires.
Underwood Lumber and Supply
Company, of Waynesville, hauler
of AAA lime and raw forest pro
ducts, 1 truck tire and 1 truck
tube; Lake Junaluska Assembly,
for collecting garbage, 1 truck
tire and 1 truck tube; Martin Elec
tric Company, of Waynesville, elec
trical maintenance and construc
tion, 1 truck tire.
R. Stuart Roberson, M. D., of
Uazelwood, practicing physician, 1
passenger tire and 1 passenger
tube; Mrs. Catherine W. Stewart,
Red Cross field representative, 1
new passenger car.
Mrs. S.B. Arrington
Has 4 Sons In
Service Of U. S.
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listed in December, 1940, and was
recently promoted to gunners
mate, third class.
All three of the brothers joined
the navy at the age of 17.
The only army man of the group
is James Russell Arrington. He
enlisted in January, 1941, at the
age of 15. He is around six feet
tall, and has no trouble in posing
as an older man. He was in the
Philippines, and his mother has
had only one card from him since
the war started. This note was
written on December 28th, and
received the first of April.
Perry Arlington, 34, lives in
Charlotte, and Oliver Arrington,
14, is a student in the local high
The five daughters are Mrs.
Blanche Anders, of Asheville, Mrs.
Beulah Sparks, Saunook. Mrs.
Henry Miller, Waynesville, Mrs
Jack Sease, Hazel wood, and Mrs
Charles Beck, Balsam. There are
also nine grandchildren.
15,648 Persons Get
Sugar Books In
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hoped would be a more slack hour,
A total of 15,648 persons receiv
ed sugar rationing books in the
Waynesville area. The largest
number registered at the Central
Elementary school, totaling 2,621,
Hazelwood came second with 2,
228, and Fines Creek third, with
Other registering schools in the
Waynesville area and the number
of registrants included the follow
ing: Dellwood, 507; Maggie, 830;
Lake Junaluska, 972; Saunook,
702; Cataloochee, 33; Rock Hill,
1,313; Aliens Creek, 1,167; East
Waynesville, 1,378; Mt. Sterling,
173; Crabtree 1,572; and Pigeon
Street colored school, 389,
On Main Street;
Two Men Injured
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the car marvel at how the two
occupants escaped instant death.
The fenders, top, hood, frame and
doors were bent in circular shape
about the large tree.
Both young men are employes
of a manufacturing plant in Ha
lelwood, and had reported for duty,
but due to lack of material had
the day off, and were coming back
to Waynesville about 7:30 when
the accident happened.
29, Drowns When
Boat Turns Over
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township with the Rev. Forrest
DEAR. NCttH- IF YOU
WWTED TO RIDE. A HORSE
BARS. BACK. -WOULD xoa
TAKE OFF UR. SHIRT"?
DEAR. NOAH- DOES A PBAO
HEN LAV "THE. LONGEST ?
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WEAK. NOAH COULD 1EXJ
BUY APUPPT LOVE
AT THE PET SHOP ?
Ferguson and the Rev. Yoder Da
vis officiating. Burial was in the
Pallbearers were H. R. Clapp,
D. D. Paschal, G. C. Clark, Carl
Bridges, Jack Edwards and Law
Mr. Messer is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Edna Blanton Mes
ser, his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawton Messer, three sisters, Mrs.
Odie Fish, Juanita Messer, of
White Oak, and Mrs. Joyce Car
penter, of New Jersey, four broth
ers, Melvin, Yoder and Edgar, of
White Oak, and Hugh of Florida,
who is in service.
Messer and four companions,
Jack Edwards, of Waynesville,
Loyd Blanton, of Hazelwood, and
two cousins, of South Carolina,
were fishing in the lake when their
boat nosedived and they were
thrown into the waten The five
started swimming for the shore,
but Messer was seized with a heart
attack and drowned.
His body was not recovered un
til Sunday morning:.
Blanton, Messer's brother-in-law,
became exhausted while swim
ming and had to be taken from
the water. He remained uncon
scious for three hours. His rescue
JSAVE ON PRESCRIPTIONS AT SMITH'S
Save At Smith's On These Specials
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FOR RELIEF FROM
PAIN OF SURFACE
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FOOT T Alt
A Smart Attractive 21-inch
Bag with Fitted Tray
Others: HAT and SHOE BOX
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In our Camera Shop you
will find Eastman aJid
Argus Cameras. Always a
fresh stock of Film Sup
plies on hand.
25c Dr. Lyon's
LISTER I N E
25c Dr. West Bring Old Tubes
$1.00 For Moths
LA R VEX
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The U. S. Government has asked that
each person bring an old collapsible
tube when purchasing tooth paste,
shave cream, etc. The tube does not
have to be of the product you are buy
ing or the same size.
50c Red or Green Label
25c Size Talcum
Medium Size Fitch
50c Size Bleach
25c Size Chewing Gum Laxative
IN COOPERATION I PRESCRIPTIONS
83c Four-Purpose Cream
$1.00 Size AU Shades . .
Clapp's . 3 for 19c
Clapp's . 3 for 25c
$1.25 Size 100 Tablets
CAROID and BILE
60c Size For Jndigestion
25c Liquid or Tablets '
75c Jar Shave Cream
Filled at Smith's are expertly com
pounded and filled with fresh pure
drugs. To make certain that you get
what the doctor ordered, we have
registered druggists on duty to serve at
50c Coconut or Tar Shampoo
25c Gillett Bring Old Tubes
$1.00 Size Hair Tonic
CO CO MALT
50c Size Williams
Aqua Velva . . v; . . , ,
30c Compounded For Colds-
$1.00 Size Mello-GIo
75c Bottle 100
. 25c Pkj.
6 for 250
2 fr 15c
FOR BABY'S SKIN
IVORY FLAKES 4 IVORY SOAP IVORY SHOW
Lge. Med. Lo;e. 3 For Med. 3 For Lge. Med.
21c 9C 27c t& 21. 9C
YOUR BABY'S NEEDS
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$1.00 Size Mennen's
Castile Soap .
30c Size Moffett's
50c Size Johnson's
S M. A . . .
$2.50 3-Pound Milk
dry; co .
25c Borden's Milk
75c Pound Nos. 1-2-3
35c Milk ,
SHOP -JJ'S WEEK AND SAVE
SMITH'S CUT-RATE DRUG STORE
JTOUK REXALL DRUG STORE
wue to the thoughtfu.
who had accoml.wJ
Messer W Z: ett M
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