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Sept. 10, 1942, edition 1 /
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Following Men In
This column is devoted to news of
men serving their country. Such
news is solicited from parents and
friend of (these men. When writing,
be sure to sign your name.
"Remember Pearl Harbor"
iptain Lynn Thinks People Too Slow
Ibout Turning in ocrap luetai-Kupper
Lni on in far 042 iW
V Tvnn former county agent,
stationed ai r ui
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part said :
f tha hovs is very good.
sp ' thinP we can't figure
tore J.. ni are so slow about
-gin -rap me and rubber.
ins that's a veiy
,pared to the long hours of hard
1 .,' v.,. from HaVWOOd
top tne y ----- - - -
eiving. i wonuer Hiiunuua
tie people who are so selfish
id are not wmmg
ihould share tne peace we win
i j-uoa Tons And flpr.
; unpn uiuoo
Ins are whipped.
1 read with interest uu xiie
juntaineer. x ou are uug
;endid job. 1 enjoy me ucs
We do really fine laun-
fdering at very thrifty prices
lyou can afford. Work
I clothes no matter how
grimy come up fresh and
I spotless wnn our uiuiuugii
washing methods. Let us
I do the family's clothing,
I household articles, and all
I the flat work, too. We'll
help you get rid of Wash-
I day Blues.
PHONE 205 .
Lt. Wade FranUin
Made Commander Of
I turn- v ;
Lt; Wade Franklin, U. S, army,
has been made commander of
Company "D" at Fort Jackson.
Lt. Franklin entered the service as
a member of the local Company
"H" which left here in September,
1940. In March, 1941, he was
commissioned a second lieutenant,
and was transferred to his pres
ent company. In April of this
year he was promoted to first lieutenant.
Prior to his entering the ser
vice he was employed at the Cham
pion Paper and Fibre Company,
of the boys in service, and am
proud of Haywood's record in the
percent of boys now in the armed
"I would like to see all the Hay
wood folks again, and 'Donnie'
(the big bull) and many of the oth
er fine herds.
"Mrs. Lynn and I still think of
Haywood as the best place in the
Sergeant Joe Shipley, of Fort
Jackson, is spending a few days
with his parents. He was called
here on account of the illness of his
Protection of Property in War Time!
In addition to the regular protection which you carry
against ordinary hazards, you need War Damage pro
tection. We can secure this type of policy for you from
the War Damage Corporation, a government agency,
which is the only way you can protect your property
against War Damage.
The L.N. DAVIS COMPANY
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GUY UNDERWOOD, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Underwood,
route 1, is now stationed in Tren
ton, N. J., and likes the army
Guy was inducted into service
in April of this year, and after
leaving Fort Bragg, spent some
time at Fort McClellan, Ala-, and
then went to the New Jersey cen
ter, where he has been for the
past two months.
He always worked on the farm,
and loves the out-doors. He has
not been home since he joined the
In U. S. Navy
WILLIAM L. McCLURE, Jr.,
who recently visited his parents
here. ,.. .
William L. McClure
Visits Parents Here
William L. McClure, U. S. navy,
spent last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McClure, of
Waynesville, route 1. He has been
in the service since May and nas
recently been stationed near Cuba.
Prior to his volunteering in the
service he was employed by the
Unagusta Manufacturing Company.
Assistant Manager At
Belk's On Way To Army
C. E. Williams left Saturday for
Orangeburg, his home, where he
will report to his draft board on
the 12th for induction into the
Mr. Williams has been assistant
manager of Bclk-Hudson Company
here for the past five months.
Western North Carolina
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September 30 --2 Oclock
CAL V ES FRO M LARGEST BUYERS
5 COUNTIES OF THE SOUTH
PLAN TO SELL CALVES
Weighing From 200 to 600 on the 30th
Get Your Calves Ready Now!
Include 35 In 1-A
Thirty-five men were placed in
class 1-A during the past week by
the local draft board as follows:
Herman .Andrew Carver, Theo
dore Roosevelt Duncan, Greek Tay
lor Rathbone, James Taylor Rath
bone, Kermit Moore, Jack Odell
Chapman, Ray Cagle, Scott Ball,
Jacob H. Davis, J. Q. Allison, Joe
Stanley Davis, Robert Walker
Burgess, Eugene Franklin, Horace
E. Messer, William Earl Robinson
Nelson Parks, Faraday B. Rath
bone. James Dewey Wyatt, Gudger
Yost Palmer, David Austin Tay
lor, William Henry Putnam, Frank
M. Saunders, Charles Hascal Ruff,
Everett A. Evans, Clayton Messer,
Mark G. Rathbone, Brown Bur
gess, Raymond Ray Noland, Clyde
Lewis Sexton, Robert F i e 1 d a
Haynes, Robert Franklin, Jack
Sylvester Coleman, Hubert Creas
man, Hobart Wyatt, and Silas
Placed in class 2-B were: Robert
L. Davis, James Ray Francis, and
Placed in 4-F were: Dee Cun
ningham and Hascue L. Haynes.
Placed in class 1-C were: Hugh
Rathbone, G rover Columbus Sher
rill, Arthur Ronald Coward, and
Ralph Winfield Boyd.
Pvt. Millard Buchanan
Pvt. Millard Buchanan, first
class, has arrived safely overseas
according to a recent message re
ceived by his wife. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. . Merritt C. Buch
anan. Pvt Buchanan was stationed at
Fort Bragg a short time before
he was sent overseas.
At Fort Benning
P. F. C. LUTHER G ADDIS, of
Haywood, is now 'stationed at Fort
Benning, Ga., and is with an en
Pvt. W. W. Underwood
Now At Camp Wolters
Pvt. Woodrow Wilson Under
wood, son of Jarvis Underwood,
route 1, is now stationed at Camp
Wolters, Texas, to begin basic
training as an infantryman in the
army. : He has been assigned to
duty with a battalion stressing
Norris Completes A
Course At Sheppard Field
Milliard Norris. son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Norris. was trraduated
recently from an extensive course
in aviation mechanics at Sheppard
Field, near Wichita Falls, Texas.
The school is one of the many army
air forcos technical training com
mand schools which trains the
ground crews to "Keep 'Em Flying."
Cpl. James L. Rogers
Returns To Camp
Corporal James L. Rogers, son
of Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Rogers,
of Camp Battle, New Bern, left
Tuesday after spending u ten
days furlough with his parents.
Corporal Rogers has been in the
service since November 7, and has
been stationed at Fort Bragg and
Fort Meade during the months he
has been on active duty. Prior to
his entering the service he was em
ployed .by the Wellco Shoe Company.
Three Waynesville Men
Taking Naval Training
At Great Lakes, 111.
Three men from here who re
cently enlisted in the navy, are
now stationed at the U. S. naval
training station at Great Lakes,
ni. , "
They are now getting accustom
ed to navy routine and are being
trained in military drill, seaman
ship and naval procedure. Also,
they are getting toughened under
the navy's vigorous physical hard
ening program.. V
Upon completion of this five
week training period, they will
probably be home on a nine-day
"boot' leave, unless they are se
lected for advanced specialized
training at one of the navy's many
service schools. In that case, they
will receive a six-dy leave.
These new bluejackets from
Waynesville are: Jpseph Albert
Burchfield, 20, route 2; Grover
Collmgus Sherrill, route 2; William
Peter Fisher, 19, route 1. .
J. Vinson Underwood, Jr.
Joins the Marine Corps
Jarvis Vinson Underwood, Jr.,
son of the Rev. and Mrs. Jarvis
Underwood, was among the men
enlisting during the past week in
the Western North Carolina group
in the marine corps. He has gone
to Parria Island for training.
His wife, the former Miss Leota
Hicks, of Canton, is staying with
his parents. . ,
William David Turner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Turner, of Rat
cliff Cove, has been promoted to
Staff Sergeant. He is stationed
at Daniel Field. William volun-
aeierrea unui ts monins ago wnen
he entered Keesler Field, graduat
ed there, then went to Tyndall
Field, Fla., where he had a five
weeks course at gunnery school.
He made good and is now await
ing assignment to a combat crew
for active service.
Granville Mull Receives
Promotion To Sergeant
Granville Mull, U. S. army, son
of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Mull, of
Waynesville, who is stationed at
Camp Gordon, was recently pro
moted to sergeant.
Sergeant Mull has been in the
service since January 24th. He
was sent first to Fort Benning,
and from there was transferred to
the engineers replacement center
at Camp Gordon, Augusta, Ga.
This is his second promotion in
the past few months
Sergeant and Mrs. Mull left
Sunday after visiting the former's
parents in Waynesville and the let
ter's parents in Whittier. Their
present address is 710 Jackson
street, Thomson, Ga.
John Rufus Trull
John Rufus Trull, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rich Trull, of Waynes
ville, route 1, has recently been
promoted to corporal- Young Trull,
U. S. air corps, is stationed at
Chanute Field, 111.
Private Paul Mull, who is sta
tioned at Fort Jackson, spent Sun
day here with his parents.
Up, up oet Rumford I Up will (o yr
Mpuution for baking, too, bccue Rum
ford wf the first ciDiific Bakinn Pow
der ever mide and itilt first with good
coolu. Rumford give, light-u-ur resula
uniformly. FREE: New sugarless recipe
booklet. Be a kitchen patriot. Writ to
day! Rumford Baking Powder, Box CS
Rumford, Rhode Island.
Crisco 25 - 3 69 Sunbrite - - - 3 -,,. 12c
Pound Jar JFG " ' i " - ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' -.:
Peanut Butter - 20 Octagon Soap 4 19
Pound Can Armour's Akuppa
Pork & Beans 10 COFFEE - - - 20
April Shower - . . ' ' " . . ' i
PEAS - - - 2. 29 JFG Coffee - - - 30
10 '2 Oz. April Shower In Celophane Bag
Asparagus 2 c n9 25 0fl
( Sunset Gold Plain or Self-Rising
White or Golden ijss sx' p -:mmwm:
5 d 35 10 .in 69 FLOUR - - 75
46-Oz. Cans 5c Size Boxes
V-8 Cocktail --32 Matches 3 10
Sare On Meats
Choice Native : Good Quality
STEAK S y BOLOGNA 17
Special - 35 u, chuck Roast - - - 23
Sib Stew 15 FRESH TsS
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