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Aug. 20, 1942, edition 1 /
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TpAy, AUGUST 20, 1942 (ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY)
m Truett, Bishop
hes To Be On
w)oram At LaKe
I (Crfltii.ued from pair. 1)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
I ..:affllv 50 more per
h Prn's court and num-
t"1 !f-ioating in the program
l-lrtrd for the diver-
P 4 the aueen and her court.
srve as master
monies" Miss Elizabeth
,m"f Asheville, has been
P . maid of honor and Miss
P , Ashley, of Nasnvme,
rline nneen will- officiate
tranter of the crown to the
,.ofl J Jimiuon" "
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P" 11 i'!(nr decorative
if and flap-8 of America and her
! . Jill be featured,
L Hughes sermon series opn
tZv evening and he speaks
I . Wednesday morning. He is
crammed ior .
w speak on ic .
Lh.bald Rutlede, poet-lau-
e of South carunim,. uU uui
iiish scholar, delighted a Juna-
i lecture on ohbrcbcoio,
the subject, "Why I Believe In
hst. . . .
hile the lake's assemoiy sea
below last year in
Udance, being about one-third
it has been noteworiny inai
knee on the church-spon-
Lj summer schools and assent-
Is has been the largest in. ms-
The decrease has been large-
tourist and vacationest
Lj and is attributed largely to
uline and tire rationing. fro-
n interest has maintained a
water mark throughout and
end of the season only ten
: auav irood audiences are on
lid at all services in the audi-
Ag. 23-30, the eleventh and
king week of the season : will
tture the annual "preaching pe-
1." Bishops faul u. K.ern, oi
hvillo TVnn.. and Charles f!.
jlecman,' of Oklahoma City, will
the piatiorm preacners auring
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"
V :r ' ti. "r
jirs. w. ii. Liner;
ites Held Sunday
L (Continued from page 1)
Then MrOarlcpn. Rnbppt. V
elch. Haze Alley, Judge Felix
Allev. E. H. Balentine W. W
per, Albert Abel, James Car
le, Marion T. Bridges, George
haffey. Boone Fereruson. C. B,
Isaflook, Will Corzine, G. C.
tt, George Bischcoff and Buster
Mis, Liner had resided here for
m than thirty years. She was
iative of Macon, Ga., the daugh
r of the late Samuel nnrl Pnrrio
pt, of Macon. She was an
Ww member of the First Rantfaf
turch and was prominently identi
i with the women's clubs of the
Immunity. She was a member
the Civic League and the Wo-
in'j Club, and bar! maiia montr
fiends during her residence in this
Surviving are her husband, Dr.
' H. Liner- nno Hauotifo.. M.
PM Corn, of Johnson City, Tenn.,
Id one son. S: .Too T in w..
... ' " v i , vx tt aj -
jmile; two grandchildren, Ther
h Alley, and S. Joe Liner, Jr.,
ffcof Waynesville; three nieces,
K hav you
N. Davis & Co.
;1 Estate-Rentals Insurant
stifactwn With Safety"
1'iaiu our eel
Going To California' Pvt. James Franklin
cpenas a uays At Home
Private James Franklin, of Way
nesville, who is now stationed at
Camp Gordon, spent a three days
furlough here with his mother,
Mrs. Pearl Franklin. He has been
in the service 23 months.
Larry H. Cagle, seaman first
class, of the United States Naval
Reserve, spent last week on a fur
lough with his wife and other rel
atives. He is the son of the late
Judge and Mrs. D. M. Cagle, of
He has completed his basic mili
tary training at Camp Allen in
Norfolk, Va., and at present is
located at Camp Bradford in Nor
folk. Upon leaving Camp Brad
ford he will be located at Huemene,
Calif., for further training.
Before volunteering on April 15,
Mr. Cagle was judge of Clyde po
lice court and had been connected
with the bookmill of the Champion
Fibre Co., for 9 years.
Mrs. Cagle is the former Miss
Iris Chafin. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thad O. Chafin.
William Medford Enlists
In Army Engineers Corps
William Medford, son . of Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Medford, route two,
spent the week-end here, on a three
day pass from Fort Belvoir, Va.,
where he is stationed with the army
engineering corps. Mr. Medford
volunteered and entered the ser
vice seven weeks ago.
For the past eighteen months
he has been with the shipyards at
Newport' News. :
C. B. McCrary To
Head REA Group
In Haywood County
(Continued from page one)
as superintendent ef the corpor
ation for the past three years, was
highly commended for his splen
did work. Recognition was also
extended to R. E. Sentelle, attorn
ey for the organization.
Action was taken during the bus
iness session to change the name
of the corporation from the Cruso
Electric Membership Corporation
to Haywood Electric Membership
Corporation. Before the action
becomes legal the change will have
to be made on the charter in Ral
eigh., ; ",
It was decided to have the an
nual meeting date changed from
August 16th to the fourth Sunday
. A number of contests were held
during the day with prizes offered
the winners. At noon lunch was
served by a committee of women
made up of groups from every
township in the county.
Pvt.' Wm. S Jenkins
Visits Family In County
Private William S. Jenkins, son
of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Jenkins, cf
the White Oak section, who is sta
tioned at Fort Jackson, is spending
a ten days furlough with his fam
ily Private Jenkins volunteered
in the regular army two years
ago and is attached to the Eighth
Pvt. Roy B. McCracken
Has 15 Day Furlough
Private Roy B. McCracken, U.
S. air corps, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Howell McCracken, who is station
ed at Sheppard Field, Witchitta
Falls, Texas, is home on a 15 days'
furlough. Pvt. McCracken, who
volunteered, has been in the service
for one year.
Pvt. Randolph Wyatt
Home On Short Furlough
Private Randolph Wyatt, son of
James Wyatt, of Waynesville, who
is now stationed at Fort Jackson,
spent three days here during the
week visiting relatives. He has
been in the service for the past 23
Pvt. Hugh Rogers
Spent Week-end At Home
Private Hugh Rogers, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rogers, of Crab
tree, who is stationed at Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end in the
county with his family. Private
Rogers has been in the service
Pvt. Ulysses McClure
Home For Ten Days
private Ulysses McClure, of
Fort Benning, Ga., son of Fuller
McClure, of the Allen's Creek sec
tion, is spending ten days here
with his family. He has been in
the service for nearly two years.
He volunteered on Nov. 6. 1940,
and was sent to Fort Benning,
where he was stationed for seven
months. From there he was trans
ferred to Camp Booie, Texas,
where he remained for 13 months,
and has recently been transferred
back to Fort Benning.
William Howard Haney
Private William Howard Haney,
son of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Haney,
who is stationed at the U, S. air
naval base in Rhode Island, has
been promoted from private, first
class to technical corporal.
Corporal Haney entered the ser
vice on .November 14, 1941. He re
cently returned to his post after
spending a few days here with his
Lt. James M. Davis Is
Promoted to Captain
James M. Davis, first lieutenant,
U. S. Army of Hazel wood, who is
now stationed at Fort Benning,
Ga-, was promoted to captain on
July 22nd. Captain Davis left
here in September 1940, with the
local company ' H " and has been
stationed at Fort Jackson until
Prior to his entering the service
he held a position with the A. C,
Lawrence Leather Company, Ha-zelwood.
Lt. Ernest L. Withers
Jr., Here On Leave
Lt. Ernest L- Withers, Jr., U, S.
air corps, who is stationed at Kess
ler Field, Miss., is spending this
week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Withers. Lt. Withers
volunteered in September, 1941,
and received his basic training at
Kessler Field. From there he was
sent to U. S. air corps officers
training school at Miami Beach.
After receiving his commission he
was returned to Kessler Field for
duty. :' ;"';
Prior to his entering the ser
vice, Lt. Withers held a position
with the Red Rock Company, of
Atlanta and was in the field or
ganization of the firm-
Mrs E H- Farmer, of Waynes
ville, Mrs. Carrie Williams and
t :ii;r, ror,in: of Memphis,
and one nephew, Leo Wolf, of
James S. Queen Receives
Commission In U. S. Navy
James S. Queen, local attorney,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John M.
Queen, has been commissioned an
ensign in the U. S. Navy. On
July 27th, he was ordered to re
port for active duty and was as
signed to the Naval Midshipman's
school at Northwestern universi
ty, Chicago. He is taking a two
month's indoctrination course in
naval tactics. Upon completion of
the course Ensign Queen will be
assigned to duty with the U. S
.Ensign Queen is a graduate of
the local high school and received
his A. B. and law degrees from the
University of North Carolina.
Mrs. Queen, who was the former
Miss Marian Mclilenegnan, is
now with her parents, at their
home in Raleigh.
LEWIS AT CAMP POLK
Private Clarence A. Lewis is
now stationed with the 11th Ar
mored Division at Camp Polk, La.
This is one of Uncle Sam's newest
Private Lewis is the son of Mrs.
M. Lewis, route two.
The steel in one hand cornshell-
er would make three 6-inch shells.
Another reason the Japs failed
to pull off their "spring offensive"
against Australia may be the fact
that it's autumn Dawn Under now.
Elected Head Of
(Continued from page 1)
I Leatherwood, retiring moderator,
A number of outstanding speak
ers from other sections were pres
ent for the meeting including
Dr. J. V. Dawes, missionary to
China for the past 44 years; Dr.
I. G. Greer, head of the Baptist
'Orphanage at Thomasville; Dr.
I Smith Hagarman, of the Baptist
I Hospital' in Winston-Salem; Rev.
M, H. Kendall, of the Mars Hill
faculty, and Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus,
of Atlanta, field secretary of the
Home Mission board, who made the
principal address on Wednesday
Rev. T. H. Pan-is, pastor of the
Clyde Baptist church, delivered the
sermon, taking as his subject
theme, "The Great Command,"
Others on the program included,
Winfred Hughes, R. E. Sentelle,
Mrs. J. R. Morgan, Rev. W. B.
Sprinkle, C. H. Green, Rev. H. K.
Masteller, Hobiu' Rogers, Mrs. C.
C, Hoi-ton, Rev. J. C. Pipes, Bap
tist missionary .in. Western North
Carolina, Rev. R. P. McCracken,
and Miss Madge Lewis.
About 100 Attended
- (Continued from page 1)
herd, considered one of the best
in the South.
The owners of the farm, H.
Arthur Osborne and his sisters,
Miss Florence and Miss Lou Os
borne, were hosts to those attend
ing at the noon hour. Lunch was
served by the Bethel PTA.
Last Rites To Be
Held Today For
M. W. Hannah, 83
(Continued from page 1) .
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Fannie Hoyle Hannah; one daugh
ter, Mrs. Iva H. Bennett, of Frank
lin; five sons, Mont M. Hannah, of
Leicester, John T. Hannah and
Robert D. Hannah, both of Wash
ington, D. C, Fred L. Hannah, of
Franklin, and Murk E. Hannah, of
Adult mosquitoes may travel as
far as 15 miles.
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pa
R. H- Gibson, superintendent of
Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "GOD'S CARE
FOR HIM OWN."
Young people's meeting at 7:00
p. m. '
Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 6:00 o'clock.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
H. G. Hsmmett, Pastor.
"A DINNER FOR JESUS." and
"God's Record Hook," are the pas
tor's sermon subjects for morning
and evening worship respectively
Sunday. The morning worship is
at 11:00 o'clock and the evening
worship at 8:00 o'clock. Fellow
ship in prayer, gospel singing and
Bible study offer the answer and
solution to the troubled heart in
times of distress.
The Bible school meets at 9:45
a. m., to study the topic, "Realiz
ing the Presence of God." The
Training Union for all ages from
the child to adults will meet at 7
p. m., to train Christians for great
er service for Christ.
(Other Church Notices on Page 7)
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