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THE WAYNESVILLE 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
Ensign Frederick Nichols
Visits His Parents
Ensign Frederick Nichols naval
ordinance specialist, who has held
a commission since August, 1941,
has been spending a few days with
his parents. Ensign Nichols js a
graduate of State College, Raleigh,
and came here from the Notre
Dame officers indoctrination school
where he has been taking special
training for several months,
July Order Calls for
Sixty-five men are scheduled to
leave here in the July call it was
learned from the local draft board.
The men will leave on the 31st for
Fort Jackson where they will be
inducted into the service.
There are to be no farewell cer
this time when the men
depart for camp, as they go only
for an examination, au mose ac
cepted for service will be given
a two weeks furlough at home,
and those rejected will be returned
The government has requested
that on the departure of the men
accepted for service any farewell
program planned must be held at
the second departure,
Campbell Family To
Hold 11th Annual
Reunion On Sunday, 26th
Tim plpventh annual Campbell
reunion will be held on Sunday,
July 26th, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John B. Campbell, in Maggie.
The Rev. T. A. Groce, of Asheville,
will be the principal speaker.
C. A. Camobell is in charge of
the program and will preside over
the informal meetings during me
day. He will be assisted by Mrs.
PVnH ramnbell. Miss Louise
Campbell and Miss Fannie Pearl
A cordial invitation is extended
t. all members of the family and
their friends, who are asked to
assemble at 12:00 o clock noon.
Weaver II. McCracken, Jr.
Joins Naval Reserves
Woovpr H MoCracken. Jr.. who
recently volunteered in the naval
reserve, has been accepted for duty
and hopn commissioned an ensign.
Young McCracken is a graduate of
the University of Alabama, ana
afeo attended Western Carolina
Teachers College. He will be sent
either to Notre Dame or to North
Western University when he is call
ed into active duty.
fiuv CamDbdl Joins U. S.
Navy, Reports This weeK
Guy Campbell, of Orangeburg,
N. Y., formerly of this county,
has enlisted in the U. S. Navy and
will report for active duty to
morrow at New York City. He
will have the rating of chief engin
eer, in the submarines.! Mr.
Campbell has been the recent guest
of his mother, Mrs. D. C. Camp
bell, at her home in Maggie and
of hiB brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Campbell in
Likes Army Life
Aude Tanner Promoted
To Sergeant's Rank
Aude Tanner, formerly of Way
nesville, who is now with the head
niinrtfra batterv of the 40th Bn-
'gade. Fort Bliss, Texas, has been
promoted to the ranK 01 sergeant.
Sergeant Tanner, whose parents
live in Young Harris, Ga., was in
ducted into the army on November
24th, 1941, and took his basic train
ing at Fort Eustis, va
E. Constantin Enters
Service As Volunteer
Edward Constantin left Monday
for Fort Jackson, where he was to
report for army duty after vol
unteering. He secured a leave of
absence from his company m New
York to volunteer. He spent the
past three weeks at the home of
his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. Moody.
Mrs. Constantin, the former Miss
Martha Moody, will remain at the
Moody Farm for the duration of
PVT. EUGENE EDWARD
LOVE is one of the first colored
men to eet to visit in Waynesville
since induction in the army on
February 26. Pvt. Love is stawon-
pH at Cumo Rucker. Ala., and likes
life fine, and while here vis
iting his parents, J. C: and L-eisie
Love, said: "Boys, the army is
PFC Francis Garuen, of Camp
Sutton, visited his wife here last
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Jewel or Scoco
4 lb Carton - - - 670
8 lb. Carton - - $1-33
MATCHES-- box 4g
SODA 6 boxes 250
8 oz, jar - - 190
16 oz, jar - - 290
32 oz. jar - - 470
BANANAS 3 lbs. 250
TOMATOES--2 lbs. 150
- - - doz. 290
T 6 S II COOKING APPLES
APPLE BUTTER - 590
22 LB. PAIL 50c
5 LB. PAIL 95c
While They Last
1 SYRUP PITCHER
With 2 Boxes
C H E RRIOATS--290
JAR LIDS - - -doz. 250
JAR RINGS - doz. 50
SUR JELL - - 2 bxs 250
SEALING WAX - pkg. 50
S A L T 2 pkg. 17 1
GOOD VALUE 790
WESTERN TRAIL - - $1
SALT 3 boxes 100
PORK HAM lb. 350
New Type Letter
In order to conserve space on
ships and planes, and to speed up
letters to and from men on foreign
soil, the war department has de
vised means of photographing let
ters both in this country and in
other countries, and a small roll
of film can carry the photograph
ed letters sufficient to fill three
The first of such letters seen
by the newspaper, was from Corp.
Wayne McCracken, airplane mem
ber Bomewhere m bngiana. i ne
letter was a picture of what he
had written to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Howell McCracken. The let
ter was 20 days in reaching here.
Young McCracken is an aviator,
and wrote he was getting along
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hammett Pastor.
in- .n.rTfoi oAnnrpi whicn nave
v j- ..z... nt the First Bap-
uecu " - ,
tist church will continue with two
services Sunday. The Kev. .
Canipe, the visiting pastor, evan
gelist, will preach at both trie
worship. These special evangelistic
services have been drawing
interest and attendance. ' le
pastor and church leaders plan in-
lensmeu cuuiw, i .,,
meeting which in all probability
will close Sunday mgni.
THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor,
, d ..i.nni m-nn o'clock,
Frank Underwood, Sunday school
superintendent. General ies
.... j ill. o rnntrast.
title, "LBin u nws .--
n.u. Tovt 'Rw -faith Able 01
fered unto God a more excellent
sacrifice than Cain by which he
obtained witnesses that he was
righteous." , ,
Mrtiinr worshin 11:00 0 ClOCK.
Evening worship 8:00 o'clock.
T;nin TTninn 7!S0 o'clock.
P r a v e r services Wednesday
evening 7:30 o'clock.
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean,
r.hnrch school at 10:00 with R.
II. Terrell, superintendent.
Church service at ii:uo wan me
nnotnr taVinc as hiB topic, "The
Christian Use of Sunday," the text
being, "The Sabbath Was Made
for Man, Not Man for the Sab
bath." Mark 2:27. There will be
an anthem by the choir.
The young people win meet i
7:30 p. m.
Rotarians To Hear
Canipe Here Friday
Jack Measer. chairman of the
Rntnrv nrncram committee an
nounced yesterday Rev, J. C.
Canipe, of Boone, who has travel
ed through Europe and Asia, and
a student of world affairs', would
be the speaker Friday at 12:45.
The club will meet at the Hotel
Gordon, according to H. G. Ham
mett, president, as the owners of
Green Tree have tawen over tne
dining room at the Gordon for the
classes lor all ages. The Metho
dist Youth jjeiiowsiup no its
regular meeting at 7:00 o'clock.
On each Thursday evening the
basement auditorium m open wj
young people as a recreation center.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON-
Assembly rooms, second floor,
Sunday school :4o.
Sunday morning, ' r
Reading room open w eanesaay
afternoons 2 to 4 o'clock.
ut ia" will ha the snDiect oi tne
lesson-sermon. The Golden Text
will be taken from John 5:26, As
v. watho- hth life in himself:
so hath He given to the Son to
have life himself."
Among the citation which com
prise the lesson-sermon will be
the following from the Bible: "That
from the beginning.
which we have heard, which we
have seen with our eyes, which we
hoo innVert nnon. and our hands
have handled, of the Word of Life;
(for the life was maniiestea, ana
we have seen it, and bear witness,
and shew unto you that eternal
life, which was with the Father,
and was manifested unto us.")
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Traffic Count In
Elimination nf tv ... ..: I
servation Corps as a C
measure will end the travri1
of visitors to the park nnTii15
time as funH. V, nnt Rr
to operate th tu .Ce nm
tion which urb Jl
manned by CCC enrolled "1
Park rantroru . I
for these duties since it iTofl
mount imnortanco ,
tion be eiven to i: PrtJ
est values in the tiark ,0!
Now thaV many foms of J
life have shown a favorable 1
uulllu areas are ri
stands, vigorous prot. 1
continue to be given to such
park values. Second only to
maiyer oi saving human lift s
iVUUUB1 rarK is tfte constnuil
of its natural resources. ', rl
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, St. John's Church
every Sunday 8:0U ana ii:w a. m.
Sylva Community House, every
Sunday 11:00 a. m.
Cherokee Qualla Hall, every
3rd Sunday 8:00 a. m. .
Bryson City, St. Joseph's Church,
every Sunday 8:00 a. m.
Franklin, American Legion Hall,
every 2nd and 4th Sunday 8 :00 a.
Highlands, School Auditorium,
Members of Band In
Uniform To Meet
At High School
All uniformed members of J
waynesville township high MU
oanu are xequcsieu 10 assemble i
uniform at. 7:30 o'clock at theW
school on Friday evening. .
The announcement who
M. H. Bowles, superintendent J
..n j .. ' 1
uigcs a iuu aLifjuiiince.
every Sunday 11:00 a m.
Murphy, Regal Hotel, every
and 5th Sunday (C.W. T.) I
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain, Rec
Sunday, July 19, 7:30 Holy Com
munion. 9:45 church school.
11:00 morning prayer and ser
St. Mary's, Micadale, (Allen's
rino tn t.h conntv-wide BaDtist
revival meeting at St. Mary's has
Koon nnstnoned. It will begin
Monday, July 27, and continue for
J. C. Madison, Pastor.
In the morning service the pas-
tnr will anpnlr on the suhiect "Ad-
ples of Gold." "In the Hour of
Tragedy," will be the subject ol
th svpninc meRaacre.
Church school opens at 9:45 with
Save Your Sugar
Let Us Do Your Baking
Order Early For Choice
im m m mam mmmm
BOLOGNA lb. 19C
CHEESE-- 2 lb. box 630
BLACK FLAG FLUID
8 oz. can 130
16 oz. can 230
32 oz. can 390
iuuia . -
JU I C E- 46 oz. 210
Will Build A Stronger Nation
These Firms Will Help You Get Maximum Benefits From Regular
Activities and Playtime Opportunities
Time to Cook with Gas
the Perfect Fuel
Economical Clean Quick
Essotane Metered Service
City gu convil.nc Installed nywh.r
Brading Gas Service
Church Strut Phon. 202
JUICE----46 oz. Zip
JUICE 46 oz. 250
JUICE- 46 oz. 320
F I S II- - 21 oz. can 220
4 lb. carton 610
8 lb. carton $1.20
8 lb. pail $1,29
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Modern LAMAC-W ELD
for Invisible Soling.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
Come In and Visit . . .
Wine Served Cold
BUY WAR BONDS
From Uncle Sam and Your
58 N. Main SU Waynesville
DOVUI FOR HEALTH
DUlffl. AND FUN!
Gents 10c until 6:00 then
2 for 25c
Across from Post Office ' :
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CON S U L T
DR. R. KING HARPE
125 Main Street Wells Bldg.
Cantos, N. C.
FOOD PREPARED AND SERVED AS YOU LIKE IT
A Modern Seating Place With the Open-View Kitchen
Delicious Appetizing Regular Sizzling
Breakfast Plate Lunch Dinner Steaks
Sunday Dinner For Entire Family
For Service First--Satisf action Always
In the Basement of the Boyd Building
Entrance through the Boyd Furniture
: : Store
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The Better Food Store"
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