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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY) THURSDAY, AUGUST
Is Will ' Open3h
Begin 26th; Many
Placement Of Teachers Will
Be Made Later, Officials
State, As List Is Announced
Waynesville district schools are
scheduled to open for the 1942-43
term on Monday, August 31st, it
has been announced by M. H.
Registrations will begin on next
Wednesday, the 26th, on which day
all members of the senior and
junior classes are required to reg
ister. On Thursday, 27th, the
freshmen and sophomores are
scheduled to register and on Fri
day, 28th, all members of the
Mr. Bowles has announced that
an additional teacher will be as
signed to Central Elementary to
relieve the congestion. Barents liv
ing beyond Walnut street who
have been sending their children
to East Waynesville are requested
to send them to Central Elemen
tary to relieve the overcrowded
condition. This particularly ap
plies to the primary grades, Mr.
Bowles pointed out..
Teachers for the Waynesville
school district have been announc
ed, but their placement will not be
made public until later, it was
learned from Jack Messer, county
superintendent of schools. Teach
ers elected for the eleven schools in
the district include the following:
SWAMP ROOT 320
20c Size French's
BIRD SEED - - - - 2 for 190
FACIAL TISSUES - - - 190
RESINOL OINTMENT - - 430
As Your Doctor Wants It . . .
That is how all prescriptions are filled at
McKay's. Extreme accuracy- is used with
every prescription, and only the best ingredi
ents used. Our prices are most reasonable.
FEENAMENT - - - - 190
IVORY SOAP - - 3 for 170
BAYER'S ASPIRIN - - 190
25c Size Phillip's
MILK OF MAGNESIA - - 120
FLIT SPRAY 290
60c Size For Indigestion
BISODOL - - - - - 490
JERGEN'S LOTION - - - 390
30c Size For Colds
HILL'S TABLETS - - - - 140
3 for 17c
T nrrro OirvA
Kj - 15J0 Medium Size
50c Size Johnson's
BABY TALCUM POWDER 390
75c Size No. 1, 2 or 3
DEXTRIMATTOSE - - - 630
50c Size - ..
MEAD'S PABLUM - - - - 390
A REXALL STORE
New Band Director
Is Well Qualified
For Position Here
Charles Lee Isley, Jr., of Coolee
mee, who has been elected band
master and director of music in
the Waynesville township schools,
is well qualified for the work here.
Mr. Isley graduated from the
Cooleemee high school in 1937 and
entered Davidson College in the
fall. While a student at Davidson
he was prominent in football, band,
symphonic band, and symphony or
chestra for the four years he was
a student at the institution.
During his senior year he served
as assistant to Mr. Phofl, director
of music at Davidson. He also
served as counselor in the David
son College summer music camp
each season. For a period of three
years he was choir director at the
Sugar Creek Presbyterian church
In the fall of 1940 when the
director of the high school band
of Albemarle was drafted, Mr,
Isley was elected to fill the vacancy
for the remainder of the year.
Mr. Isley graduated in the
spring with a B. S. in music and
education room Davidson College,
where he majored in trombone,
base violin and voice. He was a
charter member of Davidson Chap
ter Phi Mu Alpha, national honor
music fraternity, and was a mem
ber of the Sigma Phi Epsilon, na
tional social fraternity.
Mrs. L. W. Hall has returned
from a brief visit to Newport
News, Va., where she visited her
husband and daughter, who hold
Clifton Parton lost a fine horse
recently. The animal took sick and
died soon afterwards.
About 25 children are attending
the daily vacation Bible school.
Boh Evans srot the school off to n
good start, and the work is being
carried on by Mrs. Hazel Kuyken
doll, Miss Dorothy Jaynes, and
Miss Lucile Moody.
Mrs. Cora Plott ia ill at her
home on Soco road.
Private Davis Galloway, of Fort
Bragg, is expected soon to visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
Leon Marcus Killian, Jr., to
Corinne Alley, both of Waynes
ville. James R. Cook to Leona Shock
ton, both of Canton.
Owlie Cagle, of Dellwood, to
Kinsie Robbin, of Lake Junaluska.
Boone Chambers to Verlie Frank
lin, both of Waynesville.
M. H. Bowles, C- E. Weatherby,
Homer Henry, Martha J. Medford,
Ethel Craig, Mrs. Lucy T. Jones,
Mrs. J. C. Patrick, Hester Ann
Mrs. Grace Stamey, Carl Rat
cliff, Mrs. Johnnie L. Kellett, Bes
sie Boyd, Margaret J. Terrell, Lois
bmathers Neal, Charles Isley,
Margaret McManus, Oren Corwin,
J- C. Brown, Frances E. Turner,
Grace Leatherwood, Mrs. Law
rence Leatherwood, W. L. Mc
Cracken, Margaret Perry, Thom
Mrs. Inez Brooks, . Mrs. Ova
Ferguson, Mary Edith Long, Lucile
Moody, Stella Roten Hall, Mrs.
Wayne L. Seaty, Nancy L. Killian,
Mrs. June Smathers, Mrs. Samuel
Knight, Louise Killian Queen, Mrs.
Frank B. Ferguson, Annie Dee
Kirkpatrick, Mary Rathbone, Mrs
Edna F. Rogers, Lois Harrold,
Edna Boyd, Theda G. Crawford,
Tyson A. Cathey, Maye Davis
Boyd, Jessie P. Howell.
Mrs. Josephine Brown, Daisy
Boyd, Eula Patterson, Edna No-
land Terrell, Iowa Lee Ferguson,
Mrs. Bramlett Stone, Lou Belle
Boyd, Lawrence Leatherwood, Mrs.
Eva Cole, Mary Lou Moody, Cathe
rine T. Calhoun, Jule Boyd, Mar
ion Belle Ratcliff, Claude W. Rog
ers, Erma Patterson, Elizabeth S.
Henry, Frances Robeson, Mrs. Bon
nie M. Clark, Frank Rogers, Mar
garet Burgin, Eddie W. Boyd,
Stephanie Moore, Evalee S. Ful
bright, Estelle H. Setzer Allison,
Claudia B. Leatherwood, Avis Med
ford, Nell Campbell, Ruth S. No
land, Carroll Morrow, Nell K. How
ell, Ruth Moody Henry, Maye Burr
M. Davis, Norval W. Rogers, An
nie Plott Ledbetter, Bonnie T.
Howell, Harriet H. Wither and
Alma Mae Jackson.
Fines Creek Nows
By Mrs. D. N. Bathbone.
The Rev. Jarvis Teague will fill
his regular monthly appointment
Sunday, Aug. 23, at the Fines
Creek Baptist church. Church
Church school at 10 a. m, preach
ing services at 11 a. hi.
A large attendance was had at
the Laurel Hill church Sunday.
Church school is held each Sunday
afternoon at 2, and preaching ser
vices the first and third Sunday of
each month, with Rev. Melton
Taking much of the farmer' time
now is caring for the tobacco crops
which require a great deal of care.
Lots of the crops are beginning to
ripen so they are kept very busy
on rainy days preparing their barns
for the cutting and hanging process.
Miss Laura Mae Greene, of Elon
College, has returned to spend the
summer vacation here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Greene. She has as her guest Miss
Dorothy Lynch, a room mate, also
of Elon College.
Miss Hilda James, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. James, recently
completed a business course at
Blanto'n Business College and now
holds a position with the county
agent's office in Waynesville.
District To Open
On Monday, 31st
The schools of the Clyde district
are to open for the fall term on
Monday, August 31tt, it was learn
ed from Jack Messer, county su
perintendent of education this week
A number of teachers have re
signed from the orginal faculty
elected in the spring, including
that of C. C. Hanson, who has serv
ed as principal for the past few
years. His place has not yet been
filled, according to Mr. Messer.
Last year the enrollment of the
Clyde district totaled something
over 600. with over 400 in the
elementary grades and around 175
in the high school. It is expected
that thp enrollmpnt this vear will
I be in keeping with that of last
year, Mr. Messer stated.
The faculty will consist of the
following teachers in addition to
Knmp vacancies vet to be filled:
iFave Basrwell Chapman, Marga
ret White Baker, Hazel Baldwin,
W. L. Fitzgerald, Sara Ann Long,
Florence Evelyn Rockman, Hattie
Siler Freeman, Mrs. Mary B.
Brooks, Betty Jean Best, Mrs.
Bonnie F. Shook, Mrs. Ellen H.
Haynes, Mrs. Pauline Sentelle
Goodman, Mrs. Edith T. Cannon,
Ruth Dotson ad Linda Haynes.
Monthly Clinie Held
At Nurses Mission In
The regular monthly clinic was
held at the Nurses Mission at the
Friendly House in the Cecil sec
tion on Wednesday. Dr. J. Frank
Pat, of Canton, is in charge of
the clinics and he is assisted by the learned from
Mrs. R. C. James is visiting her
husband in Wilmington, who is
employed in the ship yard. Mrs.
James will also visit her two sons,
Norval and Robert Way.
Mr. and Mrs. Clavton Truttinn.
and small daughter, Shirley, ar
rived last week from Newport
News. Va.. to ftnend a few Hnva
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Trantham, and Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Rogers at their homes
on Upper Fines Creek.
Grover Davis, who holds a nnsi-
tion at Newnort News, snent. r
few days last week with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis, at
their home on Fines Creek.
Mrs. Edd Walker, better known
to her manv friends an "A
Dollie," is very sick at the horns of
her son. Mr. and Mm. HrnHia
Floyd Davis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Davis, will be leaving for
the army very soon.
Mrs. Johnnie Lovettp whn hnlHa
a position at Newport News, is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Ferguson, and other
WANTED A white housekeener
for a family of four. Modern
conveniences. Good pay. Near
Washington, D. C. Write X,
Box 511, City. Aug. 6-13-20.
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 6 beau
tiful vacant lots on Balsam street
in Pisgah Park, high elevation,
overlooking high school. All
city conveniences. Priced rea
sonably bv owner. Writo nn.
345, Waynesville. Aug. 13-20
FOR RENT Three-room apart
ment. Private bath and electric
refrigerator in Albright apart
ments. Call 169-W. Aug. 20
FOR RENT A B-room apartment.
uniurnished on Short street.
$20.00 per month. Telephone
112-W. Aug. 20-27
FOR SALE Guitar in good con
dition. Reasonably priced. See
Bill Taylor, Hazelwood. Aug. 20
WILL PAY CASH For good used
sewing machine. Phone 343-J
or Box 5. Aug 320
LOST Thursday morning a sil
ver clip with buckle design on
Main street. Finder return to
Mountaineer and receive reward.
HOW NOT- TO LOSE YOUR
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Mr, and Mrs. C. B. McCracken
had a letter from their son, Sam
McCracken, of California who is
working in the labortories in the
U. S. service.
Roy Justice, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Justice, is on furlough from
the U. S. army.
All babies in the nSH
of the mission afB
cod liver oil ,1 'm
Wednesday All. rP
three prenatal cases tl
two maternal hv
wree pre-scnool case. I
treatment and Sn
m the nursl
No Better Time
There Never Has Been a
Better Time to Save a M
of What You Earn!
Buy a few shares of Building and Loan now and j(
ready to build a home after the war is over.
Also remember that we will make you a loan tobJ
BUY YOUR WAR SAVINGS
BONDS AND STAMPS HERE
Hnvwnnrl Hnmp RiiilHino- And
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Vlj SHOP HERE FOR &
NEW 2 for
Plain or TES.tk
Self -Rising ... J3V
Pts. - doz. 600 Qts. - doz.
Half Gallons - - - doz. $1.0(
Certo - 230 Jar Lids doz. 22
Rings - - 50 Sur Jell 2 for 25c
Sugar For Canning MTtlTfJ
Red Heart or Calo Oil HI Mill IN All YOUR COOKING
DOG FOOD - 3 cans 290 J
PORK LIVER lb. J9
FAT BACK----lb. 17(t
Franco American WEINERS" 2
Spaghetti Or "
Macaroni - - 2 cans 230 Sandwich Meats - - lb -Jh
KRAFT CHEESE Bacon --5
2 lb. ctn. 590 H
1 lb. Sliced 350 PORK HAM - - -- IbjS
SWISS-VEL VEETA P,n T
Old English j-lb. Ctns. HENS AND FRYERS
Casli Groceiry Co
"The Better Food Store"
Hazelwood, N. C
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