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Action From Board
Twenty-five persons received fa
vorable action on their applica
tions to the local rationing board
during the past week, it was learn
ed from the clerk of the board.
Grants made included the follow
ing: Garrett Funeral fjome, Way
nesville, funeral service, 2 truck
recaps; N. W. Crver, Waynes
ville, farmer, 1 truck recap and
2 truck tubes; G. C. Farmer, Way
nesville, farmer, 2 truck recaps;
Underwood Lumber Company,
Waynesville, lime hauler, 1 truck
recap ; Hilliard Jones, Waynesville,
milk hauler, 2 truck recaps.
Jess Revis, of Clyde, route . 1,
log hauling, 2 truck recaps; Grady
Howell, Waynesville, farmer and
cattle hauler, 1 truck recap ; K.
W. Messer, Cove Creek, farmer,
2 truck recaps; M. L. Messer,
Cove Creek, farmer, 1 truck re
cap; Mark Ferguson, Clyde, route
1, farmer, 2 truck recaps and 1
Z. V. Ferguson, Clyde, route 1,
farmer 2 truck recaps; Pet Dairy
Products, Waynesville, wholesale
milk hauler, 3 truck recaps; Rev.
N. L. Stevens, of Waynesville,
Haywood P. T. A.
Council To Meet
The Haywood County Council of
Parents and Teachers will hold
their first meeting of the year on
Friday, September 11, at the Hay
wood county courthouse at 2:3&
Mrs. E. N. Howell, of Swan
nanoa, state field director, and
Mrs. R. U. Sutton, of Sylva, dis
trict director, will be present to
discuss different phases of PTA
AH council officers and PTA of
ficers are urged to be present.
Council officers are: president,
Mrs- Dewey Hyatt; vice president,
Mrs. Linwood Grahl; secretary,
Mrs. L. L. Shaver; treasurer, Mrs.
Smiley Carver; corresponding sec
retary, Mrs. J. Elmer Shields.
In All Calls
Still further reduction in long
distance and local telephone calls
is essential in order to assure vital
. ' ' . ' war calls the auickest Dossible ser-
minister, ' passenger recaps; Kev. ! r.
Eugene Moore, Cove Creek, minis
ter, 1 passenger recap ; Chas. G.
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
A. Cline Bramlett
Dies Suddenly In
U.S. Hospital .
The Jonathan Home Demonstra
tion , Club met with Mrs. Hardy
Nelson for the September meeting.
Next meeting will bo held with
Mrs. Irene Hudson.
Rock Hill School opened last
Monday morning with a large at
tendance. Jule Boyd is principal,
Other teaching are: first grade,
Mrs. Frank Howell and Miss Jan
ette Dillard; second grade, Miss
Lucile Moody; second and third
grade, Miss Lou Belle Boyd; third
grade, Miss Iowa Lee Ferguson;
fourth grade, Miss Edna Boyd;
fifth grade, Miss Claudia Leather-
wood; sixth grade, Jule Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rainer have
as their guest the latter's sister,
Mrs. John McCaston of Chester,
Private Rankin Ferguson is home
for a visit with his family. Private
Ferguson is stationed at Fort
Leonardwood, Mo., with the 42nd
Evacuating Hospital unit.
Miller, Waynesville, supervision
defense industry, 4 passenger re
caps. t Mrs. Alma K. McCracken, Way
nesville, district health nurse, 1
This announcement was made
here yesterday by W. L. Lampkin,
manager of the telephone company,
who revealed that although there
is some evidence of the public's
effort to voluntarily ration their
use of long distance and local tele-
Billv Rovd who is with t.hp Poast
Guard at Norfolk, is home on a
five days furlough.
Jack Leatherwood of Wilming-
A number of promotions were
recently given Haywood men at
Fort Jackson, according to a newt
report just received. AH the men
entered service with the National
Guard unit 23 months ago, and
are members of Company "H"
The promotions include:
Willie Messer, staff sergeant.
James Knight, sergeant.'
Jack Smith, sergeant.
Kermit Murray, sergeant,
Grover Robinson, tech. sergeant.
Homer Boone, tech. sergeant.
Ray Truitt, corporal.
The Beaverdam II. D. C. met
with Mrs. Mary Russell September
1, with 16 members present.
Six interesting leaders reports
Miss Smith, the home agent, dem-
FuneraL services were held on
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the Maple Grove church for Al
bert Cline Bramlett, 51, who died
in the U. S. government hospital
in Augusta, Ga., at 6:20 o'clock
Friday night. The Rev. J. Clay
Madison, pastor of the First Meth
odist church, of Waynesville, of
ficiated. Burial was in the church
cemetery. . - " ; '
Serving as pallbearers were:
Robt. V. Welch, David Underwood,
Will Frazier, Clayton Walker,
Fred Sheehan, and John Boyd-
Mr. Bramlett was a native of
Waynesville, the son of the late
.Tamps M and Laura Bramlett,
of Waynesville. He was a veter-
Causes Egg Losses
" oeer ones.
accumulate .l tlta,
or three dayg e-Best
quality becau 2 h,
ton is visiting his parents.
Miss Laura Allen left Tuesday to
attend college at Mars Hill.
Private David Boyd who is stat
ioned at Camp Gordon, Ga is
home for Labor Day
nstration was "Planning Your
Time for Victory." She gave a
good list of new and different re
cipes which will be helpful in con
serving sugar. She urged that
each one make a special effort to
conserve fat which is a vital need
in explosives. Besides many ways
to plan time for victory.
Mrs. Russell served attractive
refreshments carrying out the pat
riotic colors, red, white and blue.
Next meeting will be with Mrs.
Most of the egg losses caused quality because of tl
by careless handling can be avoid-1 Peratures. This w 1
ed with little additional effort on irequentiy as J
the part of producers and handlers, I m two or three
says C. F. Parrish, in charge of ' cooler. v!le ;
poultry extension work at N. C. I Pr0per
State College. portance, Parrifh , Btft.
The DroDer handling of eees be-
gins with gathering from the nest , the circulation f 'ket "
daily results in cleaner eggs and
ten in the coolin,
night before ti g
cartons or casP m4
Eggs should be packM
small end down C
Ping, the extensCS
trvman pm,.i .ryi
the cooler ,, 7 I Md 8M
market. Tli;! .. fe8&
an of the World War I. At one
time he was associated vjith his
brothers in the management of
Bramlett's. Livery Stables here.
Mr. Bramlett had been in ill
health for sometime, inougn ms marxet. This practice V J
death was unexpected at this time. maintain the natural mi id
Tk fomi ir -araa nnr.lTlPfl OT niH i Lne PCS
X lie .win j
sudden condition for the worse and
in one hour after received a no
tice of his' death.
Surviving are two brothers? L.
H. and T. L. Bramlett, of Way
nesville; two sisters, Mrs. Andy
McClure, of Canton, and Mrs.
George Allen, of Detroit.
Massie Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
A iAMf. ftincia frnm out. of town
attending the funeral were: Mrs'
George Allen, a sister from De-tr-r.t
Mr and Mrs. Hueh Mon-
tieth and son Hugh Monteith, Jr.,
of Sylva, and Mr. ana Mrs. u a.
Smith, of Canton.
aiso, rarnsh said, th. J
clean containers, cases. L i
ing materials adds great, 71
marketing appearance of L i
and helps prevent the J
"Careful handling on th.
and in transit mean, more
1U1 tt" wamme needs," the .J
are being bought each week k
government in the form of
eggs for shipment u ...
overseas. Millions moresrJ
domestic consumption, both in
ioim oi sneu and dried
passenger recap and 1 passenger j hone gervice in response to the
luoej.n- n. .wapp, waynesvuie, Be n System's nat on w de anneal
farm supervision, 1 passenger re-jfor such h(!lp the resuits are far
cap; it. i. inesser, waynesvuie, short of what is needed.
school building maintenance, li Mr. Lam nkin's statement sunnle
passenger recap; M. H. Bowles, I mented an announcement made by
Waynesville, township school su- the telephone company in the sum
perintendent, 4 passenger recaps
Robert P. McCracken, Waynes
ville, farmer, 1 passenger tube;
West Mining Company, Waynes
ville, mining operation, 1 truck
tire and 2 truck tubes; Carl Rog
ers, Lake Junaluska, hauling logs,
mer. I he telephone company s
former statement asked long dis
tance users to eliminate the least
necessary calls and to place the
really necessary ones at the less
congested hours; it asked every
one to also make fewer local calls.
1 truck tire; Ira Harper, Lake It is now necessary to request all
Junaluska, lumbering operation, 2 civilians not to place any long
truck tires and 2 truck tubes; J. , distance at any hour unless the call
B. Hannah, Waynesville, logging,
2 truck tires and 2 truck tubes;
Massie Funeral Home, Waynes
ville, funeral service, 1 ambulance
Freedom is like any other thing.
If too much of it is used, it will
To relieve B
Misery of VUlUBjO
is very urgent, and to ask that
every telephone user voluntarily
ration his local calls to at least one
third less each day. It is urged
that long visiting by telephone be
curtailed for the duration.
Mr. and Mrs.' Charles Ferguson,
formerly of Waynesville but now
of Woodstown, N. J., announce the
birth of a son, Charles Wayne, on
Mrs. Ferguson was the former
Miss Jencie Hyatt.
In wartime war needs must S
have right-off-way. This in
eludes fast telephone serv
ice for war agencies and
Industries producing war
To provide this service
long distance and local tele
phone lines, now crowded
with the greatest volume
of calls in history must be
. kept clear of non-essential
' messages. Ordinary peace
time uses of the telephone '
must yield right-of-way to ;
, war business.
f If times were normal, we :
would build facilities to
handle this growing volume
of calls, but today, mate
rials needed for telephone
construction are going to ;
war where all of us are
$lad to have them go.
Therefore we are asking
telephone users to make i
fewer long distance and lo
cal calls so as to help keep .
telephone lines clear for j
vital war calls.
How Can Help
! long Distance Calls
Mak only th moit nacauary long
. Place year calls bafor 9 a. m.
' Wtw noon and 2 . m.
! and 7 p. m.j or altar 9 p. pi.
Stay iiaor your talaphana aftor
jo bava plaeod your calk
Plan what yo want to tay to
mako yoar convoratlo
brio! at poulblo.
Whonavar polbla, call by amkafc
- local Calls
llM yoar tolophono sparlaalr
avoid annacoisaiy call.
Ba ara to roplaco yoar rocotvor
aa tbo book,
took aa aambor yoa are oat are
f aad holp avoid tbo caHlafl
of wceaa. aaibor.
Mako yoar coavowatloa brlof.
Caatioa yoar arveats aaalMt
aoodloM om o tbo topbOM.
FOR SALE See II. B. Milner if
you are interested in buying a
house in or near Hazelwood in
cluded is the late J. P. Scates
home a five room and bath
brick house and garage with
large shady grounds. Price
$6,500. 13 cash, easy terms on
balance. Also some extra good
corner business lots at right
prices. See me at Belle Meade
or phone 8163 or 443.
FOR SALE For good coal, wood
and kindling call 9164. Belle
Meade. Sept. 3-10-17-24
FOR SALE Handsome bay team,
5 and 8 years, weight about 1,
250 pounds each, or will trade on
1 ton or 34 ton used truck, good
condition, good rubber, v Phone
WANTED Farm with good house,
some bottom land on or near
highway. Must be priced right,
or will . trade good Florida or
ange grove and house on lake.
H. B. Hughlett, 15th & Crawford,
FOR SALE Complete sign shop
paint sprayer, jig saw drills,
Heavy stock of paint and' lumber
on hand. Good business for right
man. Phone 242-J or write Mr.
X, Box 373. Aug. 27-Sept-S-10
FOR SALE Complete radio am
ateur outfit. Ideal for anyone
interested in radio study. Help
ful hints for beginners to profes
sionals. Complete text and ref
f erence books, 12 volumes;. Phone
242-J, or write Mr. X, Bo 373.
Aug. 27-Sept. 3-10
FOR RENT 3-room apartment,
freshly gone over at Iftr. I. B.
Funke's "Rock-Rest". Phone
163-J. Sept- 10
LOST OR STRAYED Yellow
Persian cat. Answers; to name
Lornie. Reward for . return or
information. Mrs. W. A. Hyatt
Phone 321-M. Sept. 10
PALMER HOUSE offers heated
rooms with or without bath. Hot
water, clean linen and maid ser
vice. D. D. Perry, Mgr.
FOR RENT 2-room cottage, fur
nished or unfurnished. Also 2
light housekeeping rooms. 214
Meadow Street or call 354-J.
OFFICE AND APARTMENT for
rent Mrs. W. T. Crawford. It
Starting Today - With A Store Full Of Bargains
.USD ja ,a n Jl
ONE LARGE TABLE
All Colors Included
$1.32 Now ,:.:Ow:
Workmen are now tearing out walls and preparing to
enlarge and modernize our store from one end to the other.
Plasterers, painters, carpenters, plumbers, heating men and
electricians must have room to do their work. We must move
the merchandise for them hence a SALE. It's a matter of
making room so hurry in and buy here NOW and you will
SAVE AT BELR'S
9 xl2 feet - 3.95
7ix 9 feet - 2.98
6x9 feet - 1.98
BUY SEVERAL NOW!
Clean-Up Of All
Swiss -- Batise
Values to 59c
Lace, Ruffled or Straight
Ladies' Cotton and Rayon
Pillow Cases - -150
36 by 42 inches
Sizes 81x99; 72x108; 72x99
White and colors, in all standard
- - - ' sizes. .
Men's Mill-Shrunk Bloodhound
OVERALLS - 1.25
Triple stitched Heavy denin
Men's Good Grade
JON . .
Ladies' Good Quality
MESH HOSE -150
All Colors of Children's
SOX pair 50
3 pairs $1
Men's Good Quality
Dress Pants - 1.98
All sizes patterns
Heavy Plaid, Flannel
All fast color.
Assorted Lengths Of :
On Sale - - 390 lb.
Steady, Sturdy Folding
Ironing Boards -1.48
FACE CLOTHS - 70
Part Wool Double Warm Wear
Assorted colors and patterns
Double Bed Size
; Your choice of colors.
Special Sale On Group Of
F A L L D R E S S E S - $2
VALUES TO $2.98 BUY SEVERAL!
"HOME OF BETTER VALUES"
Fast Color, Heavy Cotton
P LAI DS
Values to 48c
Men's Dress or Work
SWEATERS - $1
Slipover or coat style . . . in P1
Ladies' Tailored Trimmed
Ladies' Plaid and Plain .
t n-rni cu.mlr
If! t 1 1. . Tnrtl
3 pairs for $1
Ladies' Fine Mesh Ray9"
A real buy
E03 TELEGRAPH C0R1PRR3
FOR SALE A good used eke
trie range. Phone 394. Sept 10
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