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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Following Men In
This column is devoted to news of
men serving their country. Such
news is solicited from parents and
friends of these men. When writing,
be sure to sign your name.
"Remember Pearl Harbor"
177 Men Classified And
Reclassified By Board
A total of 177 men were classi
fied under the selective draft ser
vice by the local draft board dur
ing the week, with 143 placed in
Of the number 11 were placed
in class 1-A as follows: Arthur
James Hannah, Charles William
Mooney, Wilfred Rufus Mehaffey,
Glenn Green, John Gordon Reeves,
Kufus Haskell Davis, James Rob
ert Wyatt, Robert E. Lee Parton,
Walter Haley, Jr., Paul Painter,
and James Zebulon Vance Rogers.
Placed in class 3-B were: Leo
Joseph Martel, Nathan Lee Hamp
ton, Henry Grady Clayton, Ulysses
urant Burrell, Azor Griffin, Ruben
Enloe Medford, Ben Tilmond
Oliver, William Harvey Blalock,
James Garfield Phillips, Billy L.
Saylors, Oscar Smathers, Robert
Lee McElroy, Charlie Andy Mc
Amis, DeWitt Clinton Rogers and
Zachary David Wiggins.
Jack Willis Hoxit, Orville Jack
son Matthews and Robert Lee Mes
ser were placed in class 4-F; Ray
mond Earl McBlain was placed in
class 4-D. Walter Lewis Hyatt
was continued in class 2-B. Edgar
.Smith was placed in class 1-C.
Those put in class 2-A were Fur
man Milburn Stinnett and Joseph
The 143 men put in class 3-A
were: Johnnie Carpenter, Noble
Wiley Moody, Dave Alfred Har
verson, John Mitchell Garrison,
Reeves Canis Rathbone, Samuel
Weaver Chambers, Hardy Robin
son Caldwell, Rufus Tilman Jen
k ti.i, Robert Wroten. Rmihen V.A.
ward Jones, Dillard Josh Howell,
isaac Shatter Rollins, Robert Per
ry McCracken, LeRoy Dewey
Wyatt, James John Lanning.
Shirley Griffin Garwood, Otis
Owen Burgin, Charles Vance Bry
son, Paul R. Hyatt, Robert Mc
Kinley Hawkins, Furman Joseph
Davis, Walter Lee Fie, Vance Muse,
Herrrian Rathbone, Guy Medford
McElroy, Jesse Homer Carver,
George Dewey Stovall, Charlie
Amos Arrington, Earl Glaze Black
TOon, Walter Docatour Rohprta .
Roosevelt Finger, James Frank
Samuel Walter Underwood,
rrank Mayfield Carver, John Bun
yon Arrington, Roy Christopher
Reese, Clifford Howell TTnrWumnH
Kooert Lee Sutton, Frank Es
monds Worthington, Elmer Rob
ert Downs. William ClanHn Me
Cracken, Robert Wayne McElroy,
ftoDert Lee Haynes, Thomas Ar
thur Sisk, George H. Best, Floyd
inades Caldwell, Jess Clyde Rush
ing, Vaughn Raymond Rhinehart,
William Thomas Lee, Jr., Guy
Worth Messer. RirWrJ rim
Gunn, Robert Rov CnlvarH T.nn-
drum Fred Gilliand. Edwin Hart-
man Farmer, Walter James Rath
bone, Walter Townsend Crawford,
Robert D. Messer, Ben James, Wil
liam Walter Kelley, Dock Iradell
Aienattey, Benjamin Franklin Sut
ton, Newman William Jaynes, Wil
liam Rufus Smathers, James El
Thomas Clarence Fornev Char.
lie Adkins Smith. Ral
Hogue, Commodore Dewey Woody,
rioyd Shelton, William C. Bout
well, Rufus David Finger, Joseph
Henry Stewart. Rudolnh Hollnns.
Bonnard Hilliard Mitchell, Pear
son William Sutton, LeRoy Mar
tin Hendrix, Bronson Matney,
Algie McKay Fowler, Boring
smith, Jack Ferguson, Howard
George Arlington, George Conner
George Andrew Brown, Jr.
Carl H. Shelton, Arvei William
Alien, (jlaud Caldwell Queen,
Homer Paul Caldwell, William
Randolph Howell. Thad Hanlev
Howell, j0Seph Roy Turner, Willie
raricer Smith. Rnfua OsHnrnn
Harris, Robert Roy Campbell,
Houston Caldwell, Ralph Alonzo
Wood, Hamilton Aldeen Hall, Luce
. smith, Woodson Burnett Jones,
Fred Way Hendrix, Lucius Sewell.
Chambers, James Pinkney Siler,
Sam Knight, Hobert Pressncll,
Ephrim Clinirman R.-ck W.vn.
Hugh Massie. Lnwerv T
ford, Ervin Sylvester Cagle, Rich
ard B. Mull, Sam Edwards Gad
dis, John Lewis ConnrH Martin
Clinton 'rLanniher. Elmr
Mr. and Mrs. Swavmnm
Have Four Sons In Service
Mr. and Mrs. C. C
of Hazelwood, have four song in
me service and f'two more, one 23
ana one 18 that will eo when
their country needs them and thcv
are called," according to the fath
er. Mr. and Mrs. Swayngim
rtave fourteen children. Those in
the service are:
bergeant Fred Swavtacim. 99.
wno will have been in the service
three years in August. He is with
medical department at Camp But-
ner, in. XV
Private First Class, Roy Swayn
gim, zo, will have been in the
service two years in July. He is
Company "B" 17th Engineers, 2nd
armored division, stationed at Fort
Private First Class. .Tamoa WsMn
owayngim, J4. is with Com nan v
"H". 120 Infantrv. and is station.
ed at Fort Jackson He left
with the local company in Septem
Private Charles Robert Swavn.
gim, 25, has been in the service tnr
three months. He is with 102nd
medical Bn.. U. S. Arm v. in Com
pany "A," at Camp Robinson, Ark
Lt. David S. Stentz, AAF
promoted To Captain
Ben Colkitt, Jr., Enters
t lying Training Course
Ben Colkitt. Jr.. who volunteered
last January in the U. S. Naval Air
Keserve Corps, is now attending an
air flight training school at the
University of Georgia, in Athens.
young Colkitt was educated in the
local schools and after graduation
attended Davidson College, from
which he graduated this spring
He was an outstanding student
both in high, school and college.
Sergeant W. B. Lee. of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end here
with his mother, Mrs. W. B Lee.
at the Jones Farm.
Sergeant Mackie Robinson, of
Fort Jackson, spent the week-end
here with relatives.
Lt. David S Stentz. son of Mr.
and Mrs J. Dale Stent. A A P.
95 th Fighter Squadron, Mines
Field, Inglewood, Calif, has recent
ly been, promoted to captain.
Captain Stentz, who entered the
service in September, 1940, has
made a brilliant record in the air
corps. He first reported to Hicks
Edwin Howell Receives
Commission In Navy
Edwin Howell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Howell, who has1 been
living for the past ten years in
Providence, R. L, has joined the
navv und has hpen cnmrnissioned
Lieutenant, Junior Grade, accord
ing to his father.
Lieut. Howell was inducted into
the service, in Chirucrn Me in
r . , r ., . lne sl OI guccessiui applicants
scheduled for an instructor in the indude. Waynesville Can5 Q
service of the United States Navy. ! . ... . ... , ' X""'.
tt t , - .." , i"ii Hjfiieaniie, wnoiesaie iood
1fi BT- u- u u i j delivery, 2 truck recaps; J. L.
ville township high school and of Rathbone( Waynesville, hauler of
- '' - Iue, wooa ! trucfc tlre (obsolete):
For a-number of vears he has been t r cl-c
u u- vi. xoi-c, waynesvme, iarm pro
connected m business with his j i; . ' . v.
hither vA ...n "vestocK w itiarKet lor
wX,'m vlt "VT' self and others, 2 truck -recaps
OI World War ntimhpr nno I ,
Nineteen aDDlications were
granted durine the week bv the
local rationing board, it was learn,
ed from Miss Winnie Kirkpat
rick. clerk of the board.
I he list of successful applicants
Howard Clan. Wavnesville cnnn-
ty farm agent, 1 passenger recap;
J B. Hannah, Waynesville, hauling
David Turner Promoted
At Keesler Field
With formal graduation ceremo-
nies suspended to speed up assign-; war planes of the army air forces.
mem, ui bmijcu airplane meciiaiucs
their readiness to be assie-ned t
duty maintaining and servicing the
, Jflv .
acid WnnH n i ,
in .'arm produc'!
truck reran, i. " Hurt,.
t, ft inrs
waynesville, who!. , 1
and fa;m ;f0 i
1 passenger recap.
J- P. Dicus w
supervisor 1 7" tl
v. All1Son. U P 6cr 'ecj;
passenger recan- Uprrit
oneratinn , 8uPPlid
Cap: Ede-ar m , 1 ViSStt
ville. haulinc i;.:uorro. W,J
products to maikeTT ?
to line duty, Private William David
lurner, son of Mr. and Mrs. "P. D
Two Hazelwood boys, Harold
l urner, son oi Mr. and Mrs. "P. V-'n TT. . "jo, hmuiu
Turner, route 1, will informally ;Queen, and Ralph Tate, have been
t:- i , . ,! transferred from Camn Hranf Til
iclcivh I ix h rn na mpcnanira n . ' u.Ma.w A41
. ? . . " iMrinnllllln.. I.
Ploma at Keesler F e d. M ss.. nn v" ""s'-"", u.
Friday, the nation's erreatest armv
air forces technical school.
Private Turner was amonc sev
eral hundred soldier-students who
Fortner, Robert Frank Davis,
Joseph Oscar Suttles, Robert Al
bert Gibson, Floyd Asbury Davis,
Ed Adams, Crawford Clifton
League, Coleman Belty Parton.
Lewis James, Hilliard David
Moody, Robert Lee Buff. Jesse
Horace Williams, Johnnie Jackson
V erguson. John Henrv Hendrix
Henry Patterson Haynes, Horace
Duckett, Creorge Elmer Rathbone,
Alonzo Marcus Ledford, Edgar
William Morrow. John Dallas Rath.
bone, Clyde Vance Calhoun. Mon-
tiville Dewey Carver. Hnunton
Deaston Rich. Homer McKi nnon
Forney, William Grady Pruett,
Louis Hariey Queen: and Howard
PioM vitx. t eral hundred soldier-si
he received his nrimarv traininr rece'ved their diplomas signifying
in flying, later was transferred to
Randolph Field, in San Antonio.
From there he went to Rarksdale
Field, Shreveport, La., for instruc
tion, from which field he was
graduated and was commissioned
a second lieutenant. Later he was
promoted to first lieutenant. He
has been on the West coast on dutv
for several months.
Captain Stentz is now second in
command at the field at Inele-
wood, and is in charge of all op
Mrs. Stentz, who before her
marnaee wbs Miss Haseltine
Swift, daughter of Captain and
Mrs. W, F. Swift. ioineH her hus
band shortly after he went to the
West coast. They are now residing
Sergeant Joe. Shipley has re
turned to Fort Jackson, after
spending a few days here with his
truck recant n"Tn
Clyde, route 1. Wi' &tfn
lumber, 1 trurl, 01 J
recan- M.o . .. ' aim Id
viUe public WithSJ'H
ger tire- T Lrse. 1 Da. J
route 1, hauling lv"r D;
products. 1 tf, .-"Mdi
tube. ' utmd
J. M. Francesa and
Waynesville. hii,... toit
tion, 2 tn.ct y .
tubes; WavneMi; , 8nd. 2
nesville. FeH,.,0t Z!?mfy, I
I truck tubes: , rV
ville. ha,,lin "Toun.W1!
tire; W. D. Ktner, vvjii
hauling livestock .j
ducts, 1 truck tire
Pvt. Jehu Wrieht On
Visit To Relatives
r-rivate jenu wrieht. who is I
stationed at Fort Benninc. is visit
ing relatives in the county. Pri
vate Wright is the son of Mrs.
Bertha Wrieht. of Canton, and ha
oeen in the service for 18 months.
Private Albert Mull has re
turned to caihD after having been
called home on account of the death
of his father. Dewev Mull, of Wv
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THE WAYNESVILLE ART GALLERY
Is Proud To Annonnrp ThpiV Slimmer Ononinrr
Evening Sales Only This Week At
; July 7 - 2
7:30 P M
Ollr Stock Consists in nart f Cnrrani,c n;n
sterling Silver - Antique English Silver - Oriental Rugs - Fine Linens
and Laces - Imnorted ffiinn nm Pnrioin t omna m;w rii
O n H hnnliAln nl iL. X . A . .
im uuiiuicus vi uiner nems 100 numerous to mention.
From June 30th
To July 6th
Three Doors From Park
2 Sales Daily
10:30 am-7:30 pm
Beautiful Gifts To The Ladies Given
Away At All Sales
This May Be Your Last Opportunity To Buy This Kind of Merchandise
At iuur liwii rnce. iaKe Advantage of It.
WAYNESVILLE ART . GALLER7
To all Old Friends and Patrons we extend a personal invitation to sav
Now Is Your Chance Tojj
vp m mm
0 LA5T W DAYS OF OUR til
iL eiftOO SELLERS SOth ANNIVERSAK(
I ,0000 tji
I , M Fanoni Qualify-Bargain Priced!
I I A. N 1 j .k SELLER'S PRIDE Regularly .... $59.95
I - vrA ' LESS Allowance for Your Old M
I l I Cabinet, regardless of age.. IV0V
I j I : BALANCE TO PAY . . . $4 0.95
I I :'1--1J1 (During Thh Sale Only) " A
j ; Vi "" vT "H Finest cabinet ever offered at this price!
I j T 'xT- 1 with "stay -solid" chrome hinges ... all
I .'I 7" ' . . - - 1 'i seasoned hardwood doors that won't warp,
I H j 1T j J" drawers that stay square, famous Tilt-Away
I "v il I v;' front stainless porceliron top, all-metal
I 1 1 bread "tilt-out" flour bin. 'Tjaked-on"
I I f I L.i 1 finish and many other famous fealuiesl
I I I l $1.25 A WEEK!
I Yjf DISHES and RUG INCLUDED
I JC for Your OUt 'lSl
A T.r. ! ,i I i n i.r . ftj i iivvi i
porceliron ton with Pwm
2 encars on each side al table!
rteary hardwood In famous "baked-cn" finishesl
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