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THURSDAY, AI gUst
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Byron Barr On Screen
At Park Theatre Today
The program for the coming
we k at the Park is above the av
erage vun of pictures.
Staning today, all of Lhis com
munity will be interested in see
ing Byron Rarr, the son of Mr, and
Mrs. J. E. Barr, in "The Mad
As far as is known, Mr. Barr is
ibi nearest that this community
has to claiming a real honest-to-
goodness movie star. While he
lias ntver lived here, the local
citizens have an interest in him by
knowing his parents.
j Barr was borrowed from an
; Lur studio by 20;h Century-Fox
On The Park Screen
MATINEE 3 P. M.
How Bund Drilled Its Yovth
rmmT-i To USO Drive
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Ready For Battle
118th Ambulance rv
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bloodcurd- Amouwnce Com nan v .' "
Fort Jackson Had he been born
a few generations earlier,
nrobablv be uttering
, The collection taken at the an- )ing yens as he chased the elusive If.frr
rn t ha nanlr T a
' Mapel Springs Chapel of the Moun- fleet-footd pony. But such were a
i tain Division of the balvation i not in the cards for Fort Jackson's . " j custom l, J
... . . i.j ,ri iirn.j .,n two-days session
Army, wnicn toiaiea voc rsig inei v oiiiiR3in, nnmi . . " year
nated to the USO in the arive blooded American Indian Irom nfVl" .. ",t:"'"frs who
held at r,, Z r?ar
now underway in the country, it Cherokee.
was learned from Adjutant Cecil
And so todav Chief Walkingstick .li. V .' bowevep
----- - - - uiviwge oi tirw g,j
a Innkino- forward to accomDanv- , n . cs aia n-
, v " (asuuiic, tiHre win i
Around 360 persons attended the ing the droning of an aircraft en- ternoon session nly 41
gine and dropping highly explosive has been nlanncH ?ni T 11
kk " " - monai service will h k 'n '
other members of his "tribe" take vmt nn e. W(i i
part in the biggest scrap an In- business meeting u'n0?
dian'has ever taken part in. supper and memona - j
. "Five of us came down togeth-' Herman Rhiut hart, 0f 71
p "Tbfrp ha vp been 'shinned President, of t h '.. i
out." Then pointing, to a soldier preside.
in a nearby chow line. "There's my
buddy now." Shope-IJurnette
Joseph George, recently from the R -
Reservation, also seemed anxious UJf, yth
to lift a few scalps for Uncle Sam. Tne ann,,Mi c,,
... """Fc ana B'
convention, which started at AU
o'clock in the morning and con-
j t-nued until 4 o'clock in the after
i noon. All those attending brought
a picnic luncn wnicn ws kh
. Special music was furnished by
the Shelton family, composed of
Spurge Shelton and his daughter,
Mrs. Sam Brown, and son, Clar
ence Shelton, of Lake Junaluska.
Adjutant Cecil Brown and Cap
tain Thelma Col ton were in charge
of the program. Several numbers
were rendered by Captain Laddie
Henderson, of the Salvation Army
More soft spoken than. his stock- reunion will be hi-U
ler DUilt Duuuy, me runwe explain- gusi yth, at B.-p TrBi rl
Henderson, of the Salvation Arrnyed that he wasn't sure just where church on the R,.e Tr i
of Mt. Airy, and his brother, Ronda his army career would lead him. miles to left ui ?.'e 1
i Henderson, of Maple Springs,
This is a copy of one of the photographs in possession of the FBI show
ing some of the activities of the German-American Bund at Camp
Bergwald, near Bloomingdale, N. J. This one shows a youth group,
modeled after Hitler's Jugend (Youth Corps) being drilled at J;ha
camp. There were children from eight to eighteen in the group. Wota
the swastika is flown beside the American flag. The latest raid on
Bund members in the New York metropolitan area netted 168 mea
and women. (Central frettf
(An Recorded to Monday Noon
Of This Wek)
YOU KNOW HIS PARENTS
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Barr
See him TODAY with Jane Withers in
'The Mad Martindales'
A picture that will make you forget all your troubles and
you'll love Bryon Barr the coming star of Hollywood,
This Picture Here TODAY ONLY
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7
A story of the gay 90's with George Raft and Pat O'Brien.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8
, A terrifying Western, with Don "Red" Barry.
"The Man Who Wouldn't Die97
Chill will send the temperature of vour siMrte to freezing this one
has 'em, with Lloyd Noland and Marjorie Weaver.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 9
An outstanding musical comedy, with Eleanor Powell and Red
.Skelton, one of the best comedians on the screen, and Eleanor's
dancing is just a dandy.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, AUGUST 10 AND It
Three Big Stars In
Featuring Spencer Tracy, Hedy Lemarr and John Garfield. This one
is rated by Liberty Magazine as "Highest Rating." A box effice hit,
and held-over in large cities.
I . " y WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12
"Who Is Hope Schuyler?"
A mystery with Sheila Ryan and Joseph Allen. Perhaps you can
figure it out quickly that's doubtful.
A- L. Yarborougji, et ux, to
Paul J. Banks, et ux.
R. M. Mease, Com., to Town. of
Way Parker, et ux, to Town of
to play the romantic role against
Jane Withers, in this gay comedy
picture, which will be shown at a
three o'clock matinee and for the
usual two shows tonight.
The picture depicts the adven
tures of a sub-deb daughter of a
sub-normal family and results in
some of -ihe funniest situations
The Martindales are a family
whose financial condition is - dei
cidedly shady. The father decides
to disappear in the hope of dis
covering a buyer for the family art
treasures. Tho daughters are hav
ing boy friend troubles.
In the absence, Jane and her
maon-struck sis t e r, Marjorie,
work out a solution that not only
doesn't solve matters, but makes
them decidedly worse building
for the hilarious climax.
As she grows older, Jane's at
tractiveness on the screen is in
creasingly effective. She engages
in a romantic sequence with Byron
Barr that is said to be tops for
her, and adds to the appeal of the
On Friday, a gay ninety revue,
under the title 'Broadway" will be
shown, featuring George Raft and
Pat O'Brien. Built around some
famous chorouses of the good old
days, George Raft is the tough
guy, and idle dancer. And where
Raft and O'Brien are together,
thitid are bound to happen.
Two thrillers are in store for
Saturday, as "Arizona Terror" fea
turing Don "Rjd" Barry is the
main feature for afternoon and
night, to be followed by the thril
ling Owl Show special "The Man
Who Wouldn't Die." Lloyd No-
land and Marjorie Weaver feature
Sunday "finds the musical comedy
Ship Ahoy," with Eleanor Powell
and Red Skelton in the leading
roles for plenty of fun and music.
for Monday and Tuesday the
much publicized "Tortilla Flat,"
with Spencer Tracy, Hedy Lamarr
and John Garfield. Recently Liber
ty Magazine gave this picture high
est rating of the month.
Wednesday will bring a mys
tery picture, which all keen minds
will try. and solve before the fin
ish, in "Who Is Hope Schuyler?"
Do you know ? The answer is at
the Park next Wednesday.
Ella Farmer to M. E. Shark.
John F. Bebord, et ux, to Roy
A. Bank, et ux.
Ollie Smathers to Lois Smath
ers, et ux.
J. E. Wilson, et ux, to T. B.
Smathers, et ux.
Winton O. Clontz, et ux, to W.
Dan J. Free, et ux, to Holden
Warren, et ux.
Grace W. Hinton, Com., to
C. C. Hanson, et ux, to Jay W.
Morgan, Jr., et ux.
East Fork Township
Delmoh Garner, et ux, to Gudger
Cleo Heatherly to W. H. Sellers.
R. O. Chambers, et ux, to Cleo
Iron Duff Township
Grover Davis, Com., to Frank
Bryson, et al.
Frank Bryson, et ux, et al, to
T. C. Davis.
Frank Bryson, et ux, et al, to
C. W. Medford.
H. C. Crumley, et Ux, to G. W.
Bohnsdahl, et ux.
G. W. Bohnsdahl, et ux, to H.
C. Crumley, et ux.
Lelia Cook to Joe F. Cook, et ux.
Raymond H. Queen, et ux, to
Clarence M. Queen, et ux.
Porter Queen, et ux, to Gay F.
Fred Nichols, et ux, to Grady N.
Johnson, et ux.
George R. Hoyle to Elizabeth
Joe Swanger, et al, to Johnnie
Edwin H. Hill, Exec, to Mrs.
W. R. Medford, Est., to H. M.
McCarter, et ux,
L. C. Harbeck to J. J. Ferguson.
Thaddeus L. Hyatt, et al, to
Lule Bell Hyatt.
Will Smith, et ux, to W. H.
Burgin, et al.
W. H. McCracken, et ux, to Joe
John Hughes, et ux, to . W. H.
Burgin, et ux.
Alice Stringfield to J. L. String
field. Alice Stringfield to Thomasine
Bess S. Atkins to Eleanor B.
A. T. Ward, Com., to W. C. Russ,
A. T. Ward, Com., to Thomas A.
Last Rites Held For
Infant Of Stephens
Funeral services for Judy Kath
ryn Stephens, infant (laughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Stephens, of
Elizabeth City, were held July 26
at the New Hollywood cemetery.
The child died in a hospital late
Rev. E. H. Potts, pastor of the
First Baptist church, of Elizabeth
Mrs. Stephens was the former
Miss Mary McClure, of Waynesville.
NORTH CAROLINA, I
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
MR. PEARL ARNOLD TOWN
SEND, and MRS. VIRGINIA
TAYLOR GRASTY and DOCK
The defendant, Dock J. Grasty,
Mill take notice that an action
cp' i tied as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, N. C, to eject
the defendant from certain lands
situated in said County and de
scribed in the complaint, and the
said defendant will further take
notice that he is required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk of
the Superior Court in the court
house in Waynesville, N. C, within
thirty days after the 27th day of
August, 1942, and answer or de
mur to the complaint in said action
or the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in
This July 27, 1942.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court, Hay
wood County, N. C
No. 1210 July 30-Aug. 6-13-20
"I'm too new to know just what school, All .relative anj j.
I want. I am sure the placement ?re cordially invited to atter,
, -ii i uv (. bring a basket of lunch ir
men here will be able to fit me Binp.pr Mr .1 n; AJl
singers are also invited j
in. I'd like to stick with the Big program is bvir.v ph,med "
Chief if possible." committee in chaise.
What is never said requires noj
explanation nor retraction.
Try Your Home Town First
- If You Can't Buy It There, Come To
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A.f": :yL ' - - We Wave It
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Groceries, Always Remember
"Good Things To Eat
OATMEAL - 3 lb. box 230
CHEERIOATS - 2 for 270
Pint Jar Jumbo
PEANUT BUTTER --270
No. 10 Jug
FLOUR 24 lbs. $1.1
6 Small or 3 Tall - - - 25,
BON AMI - -cake
g Jar Caps - 230 doz.
Jar Rings - -50 doz.
Pint Jars - 690 doz.
Quart Jars 790 doz.
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Quarts - - 41
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Kraft Daisy .
CHEESE - - - lb. 290 Native & Western m
BOLOGNA - lb. 190 HENS AND FRYER
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Large .. 23c
Small ... 10c
A complete line of Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables
Med. 4 for 2
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3 for 200
"Good Things To Eat"
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