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Sept. 24, 1942, edition 1 /
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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
District DAR To
Hold Annual Meet
Here On Saturday
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play the processional music.
The assembly singing of the
fense could the effort be perfected
to function as it should, The in
dividual alone cannot contribute
toward the program as the organiz
Mr. Snow stated that in a recent
speech delivered ' by '; Governor
"Star Spangled Banner," with Miss
Margaret Stringfield as accompan
ist will follow. Rev. J. Clay Madi
son, pastor of the church, will give
the invocation. Mrs. R- W. Johnson,
of Asheville, will lead in the pledge
of allegiance to the flag.
Mrs. L. A. Gossett, of Hender
gonville, will give the America
Creed. Mrs. R. N. Barber, Jr.,
will rendtr a violin solo and Mrs.
H. G. Hammett will sing, "A Little
Song," by Voorhus.
The address of the state regent
will be followed by greetings from
the state officers, state and district
rhairmen and other truests who will
be recognized. Mrs. J. T. Jonas, of
Marion, secretary, will read the
Reports of the chapters will be
giv.n as follows: Edward Bun
combe, Asheville, by Mrs. A. G.
Barnett, regent; Ruth Davidson,
Asheville, Mrs. Murray L. Strain,
recent; Waiirhtstill Avery, Bre
vnrH. Mrs. Chas. L. Newland, re
gent; Joseph McDowell, Mrs. Mary
C. Brinson, Hendersonville; Dorcas
Bell Love, Mrs. S. H. Bushnell;
r.rppnlee. Old Fort. Miss Ruth
M. Greenlee, regent; Col. E.phriam
Brevard. CAR. Brevard. Mrs.
Thomas Barclay. III.
Introduction of the following
pages, by Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn,
chairman, will he made: Margue
rite Way, page to state regent,
Betsy Suer, page to district direc
tor Allen Harte. flae bearer.
Nancy Jones, Linda Sloan, Betty
Barber, Lane Prevost, and Anne
Following adjournment of the
mpptinir th hostess chanter will
honor the guests with a tea in the
parlors 01 tne cnurcn. s
Group Heard Geo.
Snow Here Monday
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organize war effort in the civilian
program, and that only through the
organization of all features of ac
tivity under the program of de
Broughton, the latter had said that
he felt "sure that the state of
North Carolina would lose more
men in the present war than the
entire United States had in the
last World War,
Jonathan Woody, ; chairman of
the program for the county, spoke
of the delay in the mountain sec
tion of perfecting the civilian de
fense program, and that he felt
sure it was not due to any lack of
1 patriotism, but rather to the fact
that the people of this area felt
(secure in the mountain isolation,
and therefore had been slow In ap
preciating the necessity for this
Bill Prevost, coordinator of the
county, presided at the meeting,
which was attended by all the
chairmen and committee members
as well as a large number of other
Mr. Prevost stated that a class
in general defense work would
start on Monday night, the 28th,
at the high school auditorium, and
that in the near future specialized
groups would be taught the various
phases of civilian program.
Mr. Prevost, who has recently
taken a special course at the meet
ing of civilian defense authorities
,oM t rhanel Hill, will teach the
general class starting on Monday,
A civilian volunteer office will
be opened in the near future, which
may be located in the court house,
according to Mr. Prevost All per
sons wishing to volunteer their
services will be asked to report at
Before the opening of the office,
Mr. Prevost is asking that volun
teers contact either himself, or G.
C. Ferguson, commander of the
work in the Waynesville area, who
nav Koarer. Victory 1 THURSDAY cn .
1a,rAe.number of 4-H CluT-
P.uunmg w purchase their
tend, bringing with .
number of buyers from V
Carolina. m Ete,
Buyers To Attend
Clyde Calf Sale
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are expected to attend. It is being
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extensively aaverusea in . oom , V, - -ivwwrs,
North and South Carolina. A pe. 'ttend the ufe.
to give the farmer., n
Caira..! 1 i
.1 is oemg'. . persom fairf.j
in bothiu,byer8 nd spectator,'
may be found at the city hall, or to give the farmers
Jonathan Woody at the First Na- ity to purchase defend
tional Bank bunding,' v stamps. ood m
Mrs. Ben Colkitt
Named Head Of
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supervisors so that when the work
begins the groups will be organized
and assigned to the days and hours
they are expected to make band
ages.';.-." - "
Th rooms will onen from Mrm
day through Friday of each week,
from 2:30 to 5:30 eacn aiternoon
Fiftppn onrvprvianra have recent
ly completed a course designed .for
tpnrhincr others how to make band
ages, which has been taught by
Mrs. fcasley, who took special
training in Asheville. They will
be m charge oi me rooms alter
natinc their services.
Sunervisors are as follows: Mrs;
Rpn Colkitt. Mrs. Bonner Rav. Mrs.
S. P. Gay, Mrs. E, C. Wagenfeld,
Mrs. Jack Way, Miss Helen Ray,
Mrs George Bischoff, Mrs. Ruth
Beatv. Mrs. Felix Stovall. Mrs. G.
r Fwpuson. Mrs. R. H. Breece.
Mrs. R. N. Barber, Jr., Mrs. White-
ner Prevost, Miss Margaret Ter
roll and Mrs. J. F. Abel. . '
Other committees who will work
with the surgical dressings group
are as follows: room committee,
Mrs. R. H. Breece, chairman, Mrs;
Sydia Ray, Miss Elizabeth Ray,
Miss Tillie Rotha, Mrs. Whitener
Prpvost. nnA Mrs. Jonathan Woodv.
Materials, Mrs. Bonner Ray,
chairman, Mrs. Ben (Jolkitt, Mrs.
V. f. Wao'enfplH. and Mrs. Evelvn
Osborne; publicity, Mrs. Ben Sloan,
chairman, Mrs. J. F. Abel, Mrs.
S. H. Bushnell, Mrs. Jack Way,
nnH Mrs. S. P. Cav
Records, Mrs. R. N. Barber,. Jr.,
chairman, Mrs. Woodson Jones,
Mrs. Grayden Ferguson, and Miss
Leaving This Area
(Continued from page 1)
Miller. Hubert Edward Gibson,
Donald Fuller McClure. Milas
Curtis, Jr., Dean Fleeniken Reeves,
James Thomas Maul din, John
Thomas Frazier, Earl Brannon
Sutton. Robert Sisk.
"Lewis Lawrence Williamson,
Melburn Lee Miller, Samuel Win
chester. Everett Mitchell. Lloyd
Riddle, Thad Johnson, Robert Long,
Cyril Williams,' Dan Ball, James
Singleton, Paul Lewis Phillips,
and John Robert Glance. '
James D. McClure will serve as
acting corporal of the group leav"
ing at 6:30 by the regular bus on
Monday morning, the 28th. Oth
ers will be: Ernest W. Early,
Claude Penland, James C. Downs,
Johnny N. P. Grier, and Fred G.
Chrest George and the Waynes
ville Bakery will be hosts of Dotn
groups for coffee and doughnuts
t the W. W. N. C. Cafe prior
to their departure, which is their
usual courtesy for each group leav
ing this area.
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