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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"
. i. Franklin
Wade Franklin, ,
"m nA Mrs Hardin Frank
nd.Mr?JLtH to first
U S" Army, and
fa"? "J Vort Benning,
(toff training course. Li
was nrst w-
EL 1941 and wft9 transfer-
I Fort jacM..,
iiripfl As coriwiai
U Rchara "
n(i Mrs. Sam u.
"ville, has been promoted
first class, to cor-
Mniflr"- Field, Dothan,
Wral Queen received hisB.
Km Western Carolina
- ii - ami work.
I the state senate t "' "
n of the .legislature, "
. ..tmnar. the UD1V
I prior vu -
;e! he , was teacher and
btl in the local oisirav
rod. . .
j A.....,n Vins keen assizn
iporai i(ure" -
the classincaiiu"o w
leant Albert J. Justice, who
tioned at tne ii"
;iC0, Va,, spent the past
with his parents, Mr. auu
F A. Justice, at ineir umm
Visitors To Fort Bragg
Must Be Identified
Fort Bragg All persons enter
ing Fort Bragg are stopped and
must be properly identified before
they are admitted to the post.
Persons desiring to visit their
son. husband or sweetheart oh the
post should have the person they
wish to see arrange lor their ad
mittance before they leave their
Visitors to this largest army
post are required to state their
business on the reservation and
military police at control stations
will approve admittance only after
the party with whom the visit is to
be made has been contacted and
agrees to be responsible for them.
If for some reason arrangements
are not made in advance, visitors
are advised to make sure of the
exact location of the person they
wish to see. Surprise visits should
not be attempted.
Homer Henry Now At
Navy Pre-Flight School
Among the rapidly-increasing
ranks of naval cadets at the new
navy pre-flight school at Athens,
Ga., is Homer H- Henry, of Way
nesville. Cadet Henry, attached to Com
pany D, Platoon two, received an
A. B. degree this spring from the
University of North Carolina,
shortly before he entered naval avi
ation. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Henry, of Boundary street.
Cpi. Paul R. Cagle
On Week-End Leave
Pnrnnral Paul R. Cagle. of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Cagle, in Ratdine uove. ir
nnr&i rjirlfi. who is with the 118th
Infantry, volunteered in 1938 and
was inducted into tne service at
Fort Jackson. He was stationed
in Panama Canal for one Tear.
and has also been stationed at
Camp Livingston, La.
Movie Star Coming
LT. JOHNNY NORRIS. son of
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Norris, whe
was recently commissioned a sec
ond lieutenant at Fort Benning.
Sgt. Johnny Norris
Promoted to Lieutenant
Serceant Johnnv Norris. 22. son
of Mr. and Mrs.-IV. C. Norris, has
recently been commissioned a sec
ond lieutekiant, fojowing com
pletion of the officers training
school at Fort Benning, Ga.
Lt. Norris, a former member of
the National Guard, volunteered
December 7th, 1940, and was in
ducted into service at Fort Jack
son. He has risen from a buck pri
vate to an officer through the merit
of his service. During the time
he haa been in the service he has
served at recruiting stations in
Winston-Salem and Charlotte.
Before he entered the service
Lt. Norris held a position with the
A. C. Lawrence Leather Company,
Pvt. Melvin Lanning Is
Now At Camp Crockett
Private Melvin Lanning, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lanning, of
Allen's Creek, has returned to Fort
Crockett, Galveston, Texas, after
spending a 12-day furlough with
Private Lanning was inducted
into the army in March. Until re
centlv he was stationed at CaniD
Wallace. Texas, and then trans
ferred to Fort urocKett. ueiore
entering the army, he was employ
ed by the Big Ridge Mica Mine.
Edgar T. Duckett
Volunteers In Navy
T Duckett. of Svlva.
formerly of Waynesville, has re
cently volunteered in the U. S. navy
anH is awaiting nis orders ior ac
tive duty. Mr. Duckett, who is an
engineer, holds a position with the
Paper Board Plant in byiva.
Mr Duckett and his wife and
two children were the guests of
his mother, Mrs. E. T. Duckett,
over the week-end. '
U Per GaUon
A (Six Pounds)
Must Be Black and Firm. Not Soft or Over-ripe
HAYWOOD COUNTY MUTUAL
CANNERY AT HAZELWOOD .
and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Underwood and daughter.
Grady and Dober Massie are
spending a few days with friends
and relatives. They work in ew
Mrs. Virnie Smith and children,
of Newport News, Va., are spend
ing tne summer wiin Mrs. wary
We're! elad to hear Tom Massie
is improving after a long illness.
Mr. anH Mrs. Dillard Bradshaw
and family, of Gastonia, spent the
week with Mr. and Mrs. Jen wins.
Crimson Clover Seed
Available. Under AAA
Crimson clover seed are now
available, and can be obtained
from the county agent, with tha
price deducted from the AAA pay
ment checks, according to Howard
Clapp, county agent.
The price is 1Z.80 per nunarea,
Mr. Clapp said, and those wanting
th seed under this plan should
contact the office at once.
friends and relatives on Allen'"
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Oxner and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rector and
daughter and Mrs. Eva Burchfield
spent Sunday at Little East Fork
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude
RAY WHITLEY and his sing
ing Rangers will appear in person
on the stage at the Park Theatre
Friday, July 24 at matinee and
nio-ht oprformances. Mr. Whitley
and his Six Bar cowboys have
many of George O Brien westerns
and all of Tim Holt's western pic
tures, and have made many two
few years and they have a very
reel musical comedies in the past
fine stage show.
Carroll Truitt. son of Pat Truitt.
of Hazelwood, who recently joined
the naval reserve and is now sta
tioned at Norfolk, Va-, spent a
few days the latter part of the
week with relatives.
Aliens Creek News
Miss Janet Amnions.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buchanan are
spending this week with relatives
in Bryson City.
Sonnv Rhinehart. of Canton, and
Willie Mae Rhinehart. of Dills-
boro, spent a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. Gaither McClure.
Rev Georare Mills and wife, of
Dulsboro, spent the week-end witn
Mr and Mrs. Rav Belt and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Aria
Mills spent Sunday in Lenoir ana
f ra T.niira Rnvder. of Lenoir,
inent th week-end with her moth
er, Mrs. Sallie McNabb.
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Messer
and children, of Swannanoa, spent
Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
Dock Massie, of Newport News,
Va visited, friends on Allen's
Carroll M. Brown Joins
U. S. Marine Corps
Carroll M. Brown, of Waynes
ville, recently enlisted in the ma
rine corps, and after a six week s
initial training : period at Paris
Island, S. C, will be sent to some
navy yard, marine narracus or
trade school to complete his train
ing.- -. -
Mr. Brown is married, and he
and Mrs. Brown lived in the Kirk-
patrick Apartments here. '
Corooral Lawson Summerrow,
son of Mr. and Mrs. u. U. Mm
merrow, of Haselwood, is spend
ing a furlough here. Corporal
Summerrow is now stationedjwith
machine gun corps, Battery Ci, 176
Field Artillery, Camp Bottel, j New
Bern, N. C. .. ." f -
Comoral Jack Smith, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end here
with his family.
Corporal Grover Robinson, of
Fort Jackson, is spending a seven
day furlough here with Mrs. Rob
Private David Bovd. who form-
erly lived here, is now stationed at
Camp Barkley, Texas. He is a
grandson of the late Dave Boyd,
and a nephew of Mrs. Jere Davis,
Miss Minnie Boyd and Mrs. Ultver
Shelton. Private Bovd has been
living in Asheville for the past
mailing room of a newspaper there. I
Swann Hendrick, who is work
ing on a defense job at Fontana,
spent the week-end with his family.
Carl Rreese has returned to Nor
folk, Va., after spending a week
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pai?e and son,
Hilliard. BDent Sunday in Frank
lin visiting Jim Keener.
Mrs. Liwie Watson, of Cowarts,
has returned home after spending
a few days with Mrs. Anne Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Low Allen an
nounce the birth of a daughter
Sunday, July 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood had
as their guests Sunday Evangelist
John Freeman, Rev. Manuel
Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cogdill
Coming Friday, July 24
6 Bar Singing
IN PERSON ON OUR
Also One of. Ray
AND A FINE FEA
TURE PICTURE and
All For Only
10c FOR CHILDREN AND 30c FOR ADULTS
MATINEE AT 3 P. M NIGHT SHOWS 7:10 & 9:30
NOTICE OF SALE
The undersigned, will cn the
5th day of August, 1942, at 10
o'clock, A. M., at the Court ) House
Door in Waynesville, N. sell
tn fVio hicheflt bidder for cash 222
feet common and better 44 pop
lar lumber and 31 leei oi common
and better 44 cherry lumbefr. Said
sale being made for alter and re
pairing of said lumber at the re
quest and by agreement with John
Mintz, and being made to i collect
the amount due for repairing and
altering said lumber and for stor
age. This the 2lst day oi July,
HYATT AND COMPANY,
By, E. J. Hyatt.
No. 1207 July 23-30. (
S M E
The Waynesville Art Gallery
Pw stock consists in part of Gorgeous Diamond Jewelry Watches i- Sterling
ver - Antique English Silver Oriental Rugs Fine Linens ana Maces im
ported China and Porcelain Lamps Mirrors Clocks and hundreds of other
'ems too numerous to mention. '
Gifts to the
Away At All
Three Doors From Park Theatre
10:30 a. nt.
7:30 p. m.
JWs May Be Your Last Opportunity To Buy This Kind
f Merchandise At Your Own Price. Take Advantage
""Old Friends and Patrons we eilenJ a personal intriUtion t. My "11ELI.O"
Print Dresses 790
2 for $1.50
Sizes 8 to 2 in Boys and Girls
Bellbro Shoes --$1.48
Pink or White
Large Selection Of
Children's Socks 50
Special Lot of Back-To-School
Boy's Hats 690
Well-Made Cotton or Rayon
Children's Panties - 190
Others 25c and 39c
1 Large Rack of
Dresses - - $1
All Sizes and Colors of CORDUROY
Special Value in All Colors
Raincoats - - Half Price
For The Hot Days Children's
Sandals - - - $1,94
Here's a Bargain Boys'
Pullover Shirts 390
ALL WOOL and
All Sizes All Colors
Sanforized All Colors
Boys' Shorts 790
Boys' School Shoes -$1,79
' All Colors '.
Boys' Sport Shirts 790
All Sizes of Blue, Tan or Grey Nickers or Longies in
Boys' Shirts 480 Boys' Dress Pants $1
Pulover Zipper or Button Extra Large Selection, Sizes 2 to 8 1
Sweaters 480 Boys' Suits $1
Large Selection '. Good Quality, made for hard wear
Tom Sawyer Shirts - $1 Boys' Overalls 590
Dress Up The Boy in One of These .... 1
Slack :?S2 sJiTi'n " 970 Sport lalets - - S1.98
All Mail Orders
Given Prompt And
, The Home
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