AUGUST 13, 1942 THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER Page II Following Men In Service Around the World This column is devoted to newq of men serving their country. Such news is solicited from parents aid friends of these men. When writing, be sure to sign your name. "Remember Pearl Harbor" UN. F. Lancaster L to Mayo Clinic I ,.in w F. Lancaster, U. S. teorps,ofWaynesville.who ,t Camp Gordon, has been . ....., riinip in Roches- Lto tne - puin Lancaster is taking post Le work and with another l,,jn Lancaster, ie '-" Irida, was sent w . lt for special work, .puin Lancaster was recently " . r ...Aaotaii ann ain 14 by Mrs, - biei who have been visiting rel- fes in Rienmonu suite c stay here. Jptain David Stentz lansfers To Atlantic apuin David Stentz, U. S. air ,5 who has been stationed at ch Fietil. out of Los Angeles, patrol duty in the Pacific, : is ,T transferred to the Atlantic t. He reported, to Washing D. C, yesterday where he was n his assignment for the East Main Stentz spent a couple davs here en route with his k-nts, Mr, and Mrs. J. Dale , . fcti. He was accompaniea 10 nesville by Mrs. Stentz, who m visit witn Mr. ana Mrs. Jnti is now with her parents, .tin and Mrs. W. F. Swift. ' FC James W. Swayngim, of t Jackson, and PFC Roy Swayn- of Dillworth, N. C., spent the week-end with their father, Iver Swayngim, and their sis- Mrs. Hobert McElroy. Promoted "V J ( CAPTAIN GEORGE F. PLOTT. U, S. Air Corps, formerly of Com pany H , now stationed at the 44th Air Depot in Springfield, 111., has recently been promoted to ma jor. In Panama k -A ' mt Sergeant PFC HARRY S. WEST likes the Marine Corps fine, and is now stationed in the Panama Canal Zone- He volunteered in Septem ber, 1941. He is a graduate of the high school here. Pvt. George Rickraan Visits Family Here Private George Rickman, First Class, U. S. Army, spent the week end with his parents on route one. He has been in the service for the past four years and is now sta tioned at Fort Jackson. He had as his guest H. C. Houston, Sea man rirst Class, of Elyna, Ohio, who has been in the navy for the past year. 1 iit STAFF SERGEANT KEN NETH E. WRIGHT, son of Mr. and Mrs. James. A. Wright, of Killian street, who is now station ed at Camp Cook, Calif. Sergeant Wright graduated from the local high school in the class of 1939 and has been in the service for the past two years. He has taken special training in short arms at the Aber deen Proving Grounds in Maryland. On Tropical Isle Pvt. Troy Smith Home On Ten Day Furlough Private Troy Smith, U. S. air corps, who is stationed at Herbert Smart Airport, Macon, Ga., is spending ten days here with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. S. Smith. Private Smith left here in April with the draftees of that month. He was inducted into the service at Fort Bragg, and from there was sent to Sheppard Field, Texas, and from there to his present sta tion. Dr. W. P. Hargrove Is Commissioned Dr. W. P. Hargrove, recent graduate of the Atlanta Dental College, has been commissioned a first lieutenant in the dental corps of the U. S. Army, and reported this week to the medical depart-j mem replacement pool, at tamp Barkeley, Texas. Dr. Hargrove is the son of Mrs. T. A. Hargrove and the late Dr. Hargrove, of Canton. He received his education at the University of North Carolina and his dental degree from the Atlanta-Southern college this past spring. niirw It Will Be Worth Walking 5 Miles To Hear the Jokes and Funny Yarns Told By Dr. D. W. Daniels Of Clemson College At The Annual SS9 life DR. D. W. DANIELS HAYWOOD COUNTY Farmeirs:;;Federati(D)ira PEG MIC SATURDAY, AUG, 15th gh Come stan all dav-Plentii of fun Either Bring Your Lunch Or Plan To Buy It At The Lunch Counter Refreshments Will Be Served By Federation A War Program Has Been Arranged Come Prepared To Buy War Bonds and Stamps Pvt. Edward Smith Home On Furlough Private Edward Smith, son of Mrs. L. S. Smith, of Clyde, who is stationed at Fort Jackson, is home on a furlough. Private Smith has been in the service since September 10, 1941, having left here in the draft quota of that month. He was inducted at Fort Jackson, then transferred to Fort Bragg, and back to Fort Jackson. Corporal Clarence Wyatt Visits Family Here Corporal Clarence Wyatt, of Ft Benning, who is now on maneu vers in North Carolina, visited his parent? over the week-end. He had as his gueat Private Lee V. Smith of Hollandale, Miss. Private Robert Gillett, of the 82nd Division, of Camp Claiborne, La., is spending a 14-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gillett, at Lake Junaluska. Private Gillett has been in the ser vice since March of this year. Lt. Frank Kennedy, Jr. Receives Promotion Second Lieutenant Frank Ken nedy, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy, of Jonathan Creek, has recently been promoted to first lieutenant. Lt. Kennedy . took ' his basic training at Fort Jackson, and at tended Engineers' Training School at Fort Beloir, Va. He is now sta tioned at Fort Shely, Miss., with the 316th Engineers. Pvt. Howard Bryson Receives Promotion Private Howard Bryson, who is stationed at Camp Claiborne, has been promoted to corporal, 6th class, technician. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bryson, of Waynesville and has been in the service seven weeks. Prior to his induction he was local represen tative of the Smith Transfer Com pany. His wife, Mrs. Bryson, is one of the public health nurses of Haywood county. Only 12 American cities, includ ing New York and San Francisco, use as much water in the course of a day as is used daily by one of the big new smokeless powder plants. BOOKS Absolutely new. Some of them just released by the publishers. India Today ,...................$1.75 By Duffett One Small Candle .......... 2.50 By Cecil Roberts Men On Bataan .............. 2.50 By John Hersey Keep Them Human . 1.50 By Dixon The Old South 3.50 By Wertenbacker Just received a complete shelf of Technical Books. Mail erders receive prompt attention Brown Book Co. ASHEVILLE, N. C. PFC JOE C. SWAYNGIM, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Swayngim, of route 2, has been in the Marines since he volunteered in September, 1941. He is now on duty on tropi cal island in the Pacific. He grad uated from the local high school. Lt. F. H. Marley Has Been Transferred Lt. F. H. Marley, U. S. Air Corps, son of Mrs. F. H. Marley, who has been stationed at Gunter Field, Ala., has recently been transferred to Moody Field, Val dosta, Ga,, where he will take ad vanced courses in training. a OCT DOT i SALE The Waynesville Art Gallery Our stock consists in part of Gorgeous Diamond Jewelry Watches Sterling Silver Antique English Silver Oriental Rugs Fine Linens and Laces Im ported China and Porcelain Lamps Mirrors Clocks and hundreds of other items too numerous to mention. Beautiful Gifts to the Ladies Given Away At All Sales LOCATED AT Massie Building Main Street Three Doors From Park Theatre Two Sales DAILY 10:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. This May Be Your Last Opportunity To Buy This Kind of Merchandise At Your Own Price. 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