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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
MISS GEORGIA VIVIAN
Funeral services were held on
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the Clyde Baptist church for Miss
Georgia Vivian Hall, 26, who died
at the Western North Carolina
Carolina Sanitorium on Saturday
night at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. T. H.
Parris, pastor of the church, offi
ciated. Burial was in the Locust
Field cemetery in Canton.
Miss Hall is a native of the Clyde
section and is the daughter of the
late George H. Hall and Mrs. Essie
King Hall. -
She is survived by three broth
ers, Von Hall, of Sylva; Ted Hall,
of Newport News, Va.; and Zane
Hall, of Newport, R. I.; two sis
ters, Mrs. R. W. Noland and Miss
Essie Mae Hall, both of Clyde.
Tom Gilliland, C. L. Grahl, Bill
Henry, B. Frank James, Frank
Jones, J. Lloyd Kirkpatrick, Ir
wing F. Leatherwood, J. C. Pat
rick, Sam Potts, Claude Rogers.
G. H- Ruff, C. B. Kussell, M. U.
Stamey, Mack Thomas, R. C. Tut
tle. C. C. Walker, R. L. Wilson and
Paul Young. The class will meet
each Tuesday and Friday evenings
with the hours irom 7:30 to 9:30
MRS CARL WOODS
Funeral services were held at
11 o'clock on Sunday morning at
the Balsam Grove Union church
for Mrs. Carl Woods, 34, who died
at her home in the Caney Fork
section of Jackson county at 8 p.
m. on Friday. The Rev, Ransome
Phillips officiated. Burial was in
the cemetery nearby.
Surviving are her husband; and
one son, both of Sylva; her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips;
three brothers, Sherman, Ratio
and Benoy; two sisters, all of the
Caney Fork section.
County State Guard
Units On Maneuvers
Over Week End
The local unit of the State
Guard, 40th company, will join
the Canton unit, 39th company,
for week-end maneuvers at
Camp Hope, Lake Logan.
The kitchen detail of the
Waynesville unit will leave
town around 1 o'clock and the
othes will follow after 2:30.
They plan to return to town on
Four Red Cross First Aid
Courses Start Classes
- (Continued from page 1)
Mrs. Felix Stovall, Mrs. Doyle
Alley, Mrs. James R. Boyd, Mrs.
Dougas Edwards, Miss Elizabeth
Henrv. and Miss Margaret Perry.
On Tuesday evening a class for
men was started at the Central
Elementary, with Joe Davis as
teacher. Enrolled were the follow
ing: C. V. Bell, R. L. Coin, G. C
Fprcuaon Edward E. Fuller, Ar
thur E. Fuller, Chas. H. Gaddis,
FOR RENT Furnished four room
apartment, over Davis-Smith
Jpwolrv Store. Call 151-W. It
80 Tons Bought By Dealer
Since First Of October
. (Continued from page 1)
137. For further information on
any phase of the scrap campaign,
this newspaper or the county
agent's office will be glad to have
Pressley Brothers are buying
scrap at Waynesville Coal Com
pany and at Canton.
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. m,
Arrangements can be made to TparherS Make Plans For
. i Jhaa m tn 1 TV . -
get casn ior your crap, Sr ran and .Bona unves
, onw onmnkstlnn mil HpRITP. !
The highest market prices are be
ing paid. , .
Mr. Pressley said that he had
bought between 60 and 75 discard
ed automobiles in the county.
These will be converted into scrap
as soon as he finishes hauling
what the organizations and schools
are now gathering, he said.
T-ntinnoH from DaOT 1)
last week and is to last through
October 21. He set the goal for
the county at 3,500,00ft pounds,
which would be equivalent to about
100 pounds per person in the coun
- n.nn ovnlnined how the
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teachers could cooperate througni
the children and the importance of
having scrap deposited in one
depot in the township, as it would
be a problem to get all that was
being collected hauled before the
expiration of the drive.
He outlined the state prizes of
fered by the newspapers in the
state and then told of the county
prizes offered in the schools, includ
ing a $25 first prize, ana a
second, with a flo third
During the h,,.,, "
Thomas Erwin. Zi
school facultv. i , kfef
dent to succeed Dudley Moo'l
the coming year, ag LTr H
Haywood County' TeaS !L1
.raectea with Mr 1
Win were ri0 r E,
president, and Miss LucuTw.,
of Fines Creek, gecrpt" "'
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FOR SALE Good Guernsey cow.
See Mrs. John F. Cabe, Church
Street, Oct. 8
FOR SALE Man's bicycle. Rid
den less than 20 miles. Com
plete with lights and horn.
$39.50. See Harold 'Massie at
Massie Furniture. Oct. 8
FOR SALE Good coal circulator
heater. Will sell cheap. Call
411-W or 343-W. Oct.
WANTED TO BUY For cash. A
small house with garden plot in
or near Hazelwood. Address
Box 118, Waynesville. Oct. 8
PIGS FOR SALE 8 O. I. C. pigs,
6 weeks old. George Sutton,
near Ratcliff Cove road. Oct. 8
LOST Back leather key case.
Reward. Call 250W or write
Box 354, Waynesville. Oct 8
LOST Small red and white spot
ted female hound. ' Reward for
information leading to return.
Merritt Parton, Waynesville
route two. Oct. 8
FOR SALE One used bicycle in
first class condition. Two extra
tires, brand new. Will sell for
$40 cash. Call 157. Oct 8
EVERGREENS For winter scenes
and now is the time to plant
them. Champion Nursery, Can
ton. Oct. 8.
TC)H RENT Six-room house.
lights and water. Furnished or
unfurnished. Call 354-J. Reas
onable price. Oct 8
WANTED Reliable man with car
to succeed Walter Trull, called
to Army as dealer in Southeast
Haywood County. 2186 families.
Experience : not necessary. A
fine opportunity to step into old,
profitable business where Raw
leigh products have been sold for
over 10 years. Big profits, Pro
ducts furnished on credit. Write
Rawleigh's, Dept. NCJ-245-162,
Richmond, Va. Oct 1-8-15.
PIANOS FOR SALE
, JUST RECEIVED 60 good used
high-grade pianos much below
prevailing prices. Take advan
tage of our unusual buy and se
lect your piano now. Prices are
advancing daily. These pianos
are tuned, rebuilt and in fine
playing condition. Free demon
stration. Come, call or write
Magness Piano Co., Henderson
ille, N. C Sept 24 Oct 1-8
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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NOVEMBER 1st IS DEADLINE
For Mailing: Christmas Packages To Boys Overseas.
See Our Many Items That Are Available For Mailing.
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