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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUN I AlNEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, OCTOBER
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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
friends of these men. When writing,
be sure to sign your name.
"Remember Pearl Harbor"
Thirty-Two Men Are
Placed In Class 1-A
Thirty-two men were placed in
class 1-A by the local draft board
serving the Waynesville area dur
ing the past week as follows:
Noble Jesse Gibson, Claude Press
ley, Terry Potts Campbell, Andrew
Jackson Stepp, Walker Lee Cham
bers, Arthur William Wilson, Ern
est Harley Duvall, James Earle
Massie, William Clyde Owens.
Columbus Wright, J. Hugh Cald
well, Charles D. Ketner, Woodrow
Clarence Campbell, Glenn Roberta
Painter, Joseph Graham Rogers,
Carl Franklin Messer, Eulad Dock
Ashe, William Hobert Duckett,
Coleman B. Green, Clark K. Mes
ser, Robie John Sherrill, Melvin
Silvers, Horace Nelson Francis.
Burnette Devore Crawford, Nor
man Owens, Edgar Walker Nor
ris, Medford Clark, William Lester
Rathbone, Berlin Coman Haynes,
John Lewis Moody, and Ferguson
Placed in 3-B were Herman Lee
Kellett, Paul Davis Best, Elmer
Gerdine Hembree, Charles Lee
Hill, Benjamin Harrison Smith,
Carroll Novle Hoglen, Floyd F.
Deweese, Clarence Levi Clingmari'
Putnam, Walter Lee Fie, Guy
Worth Messer, Dock Iredell Me
haffey, William Spauldon Under
wood, and Edward Earl Thomason.
Placed in class 2-B were: Earl
Bradley, Aaron Russell, Dalma
Justice Smith, and Grady Theo
Put in class 1-C were Carl Roger
Ratcliff, Harry Faine McCracken,
Ernest Bill Williams, Joseph
Hardy Palmer, and Joseph Vance
Davis. John Alwyn Shelby was
placed in class 4-F.
P. F. C. Ben Underwood
Home On Furlough
Private First Class Ben Under
wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Underwood, of Hazelwood. who is
now stationed at Hattiesburg,
Miss., spent a few days furlugh
here with his parents last week.
He has been in the service for the
past nine months and was inducted
at Fort Bragg. From the latter
he was transferred to MacDill
Field, Tampa, Fla., and from there
to his present station.
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In The Navy
LIEUT. WILLIAM MEDFORD,
well known Waynesville attorney,
reported to the naval officers train
ing school at Princeton Monday
Lieut. Medford received his com
mission several months ago.
He came here in the summer of
1933 and started his law practice.
During that time he has taken an
ictive part in the civic, political
and religious life of the com
He served as district Boy Scout
hairman, president and secretary
of the Rotary Club, state secretary
Lt. Grace Campbell
One of Group of Six
Lt. Grace Plott Campbell, daugh
ter of Mrs. D. Crockett Campbell,
of Maggie, was one of six nurses
in the U. S. army nursing corps
who were sent to Jamacia recently.
The group was called upon arrival
"American Ladies of the Lamp"
and were accorded a great welcome
by the officers in command at the
Lt. Campbell who has been in
the service two years in Decem
ber, was transferred from Puerto
Rico, after being stationed there
at the government hospital for 17
Lt. Campbell is a graduate of the
Bunus-Elangren Hospital in Chat
tanooga. She was connected with
the Haywood County Hospital for
several' years and spent one year
in California prior to her volun
teering in the nursing corps.
Sgt. Joe Cathey Is
Aviation Crew Chief
Staff Sergeant Joseph T. Cathey,
son of M. L: Cathey, Waynesville,
is contributing his part in the war
efforts as a member of the enlist
ed men's personnel at the new
Greenville, Texas, Basic Flying
Transierreu nere from the Waco
Flvine School. Sgt. Cathey has
of the Young Democratic Clubs, been assigned to duties as Crew
district organizer for the same
group, and has served as Red Cross
treasurer; and took an active part
is a member and chairman of the
library board here,
Corporal John II, Forga
Here On 7-Day Furlough
Corporal John H. Forga, son of
Mrs. Ellis Forga, who is now sta
tioned at Camp Lee, Va., taking
instruction at the QM school there,
is spending a seven-day furlough
here with his mother. Young Forga,
who is 20 years of age, has been
in the service for the past nine
months. He was inducted at Fort
Bragg. Prior to his volunteering
he was in a CCC camp.
Pvt. Zeno Morrow
On 7 Day Furlough
Private Zeno Morrow, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Morrow, who
is stationed at the Battery, Ports
mouth, Va., is here on a seven
days furlough. He has been in
the service for the past three
months, and was inducted at Fort
Jackson. Prior to his entering the
service he held a position with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railway and
was located in Maryland.
Chief with the 830th School Squad
Chaplain Arthur Francis
Visits Parents Here
Rev. 'Arthur Francis, chaplain,
U. S. navy, visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. C. Francis, here
during the week. From here he
reported for special training at
Chaplain Francis is a graduate
of the local high school, Wake For
est College and the Crozier Bap
tist Seminary of Chester, Pa.
In U.S. Navy
FRED JUNIOR CHRISTO
PHER, son of Mrs. Willie P.
I Christopher, of Hazelwood, now
"somewhere in facinc.
Fred Junior Christopher
Serving In U. S. Navy
Fred Junior Christopher, son of
Mrs. Willie P. Christopher, of Ha
zelwood, who volunteered ; Novem
ber 7, 1941, is somewher in the
Pacific. In a recent letter to his
mother he stated that he likes
the navy fine, and for the folks
back home "not to forget it takes
scrap to whip the Jaos."
Young Christopher took his
training station at Norfolk and
later was transferred to Pensacola,
Fla. Last December he was assign
ed to duty on the USS North Carolina.
ENSIGN JAMES S. QUEEN,
of the U. S. N. R., who reported
for active duty as deck officer with
the Atlantic fleet last week. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John
I In Hnnn T)n ?
The honor roll for
month of th. h..i . "
been announr-Pri k "rH
Wence B. Leath'erwi
is as ioiiows: First
none, due to no wj.. :
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"rst Rraae until th. .J
the second miwi, ' l1
Second grade: Patsy p
Grace Blanton, Carol R
Third trraAa vi.11
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Fourth grade: Mart),.'
man, Dorothy Creasman rij
Swift, Mildred Mor' r
Morgan, Coleman Moody, Ci
wucii oiiu DODDy ilcElro'
Fifth grade: Frances Hti
Sixth pthHo- r.
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ana jimmy owanger.
Pvt. Thos. David Putnam
Here On 14-Day Furlough
Private Thomas David Putnam,
who is in the air corps, spent his
14-day furlough here last week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
L. Putnam, of Lake Junaluska.
Private Putnam was among the
draftees that left here in March.
He was inducted in the army at
Fort Bragg and was transfered
from there to Sheppard Field,
Texas. After a few months of
training he was sent from there
to Moore Field, Mission, Texas,
where he is now stationed.
Pvt. Robert Gillett
At Camp Claiborne
Private Robert. Gillett, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Gillett, of Lake
Junaluska, who has been with the
307th airborne medical company,
has recently been transferred to
the station hospital at Camp Cali-
He has been in the service since
March 11th and was formerly env
ployed by Underwood Novelty
The Summer looks out from her
Through the flashing bars of July.
Food bought in season will help
to keep that part of the budget
Building and Loan
There never was a better time to save
money than now when pay rolls are at
a high peak. Put 10 per cent into bonds
and then buy some building and loan
Building & Loan Ass'
Ewell Carver, U. S. Navy
Spends Several Days Here
Ewell Carver, U. S. navy, spent
several days in the county during
the week with his mother, Mrs.
Stella Carver. He volunteered in
February and was first stationed
at Norfolk, where he took a course
in communications. Later he was
transfered to Little Creek, Va.
Upon his return to Little Creek
he will start training as a gunner.
Young Carver formerly resided
on Route 2, Waynesville, and was
engaged in farming.
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Lawrence II. Arrington
Stationed At Norfolk
Lawrence Hugh Arrington, 21,
storekeeper, second class, U. S.
Navy, is stationed at Norfolk. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Arrington, of Waynesville, route
1. He enlisted in the Navy on
June 4, 1940 and has been station
ed in Norfolk since he entered the
service. Prior to his volunteering
in the service he attended the local
J. R. Sorrells, U. S. Navy
In County On Furlough
J. R. Sorrells, middle smith, sec
ond class, U. S. navy, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Sorrells, of Canton,
is spending a two weeks furlough
in the county, He has been in the
service for the past three years.
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MAN
AGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., REQUIR
ED BY THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF
AUGUST 24, 1912, AND MARCH 3, 1933.
The Waynesville Mountaineer Published
Weekly At Wayneivllle, North Carolina Foi
October 1, 1942 State of North Carolina,
County of Haywood.
Before me a Notary Publlo to and for the
State and county aforesaid, personally ap
peared W. C. Russ, who, having been duly
sworn " according to law, disposea and sayi
that he is the manager-editor of The Way
nesville Mountaineer and that the following
is. to the best of hie- knowledge and belief.
a true statement of the ownership, manage
ment rand if a dailv paper, the circulation)
etc.,. of the aforesaid publication : for the
date shown in the above caption, required by
the Act of August S4, as amended by
the Act of March S, 1833, embodied in
section 687, Postal Laws and Regulations
printed on the reverse of this form, to wit:
1. That the names and addresses of the
publisher, editor, managing editor, and bus
iness managers are: Publisher, w. V. kuss
and U. T. Bridres. Waynesville. N. O
Editor. W. O. Russ. Waynesville. N. O.;
Managing Editor, W. O. Russ, Waynesville,
N. C; Business Managers. W. O. Russ and
M. T. Bridges, Wsynesvilie, fi. U.
1. That the owner is: til owned by a cor
poration, its name and address must be
stated and also immediately thereunder the
names and addresses of stockholders owning
or holding one per cent or more of total
amount of stock. If not owned by a cor
poration, the namea and addresses of the
individual owners must be given. If owned
bv a firm, company, or other unincorporated
concern, its name and address, as well as
those of each individual member, must oe
given) W. C. Russ and M. T. Bridges, own
ers of The Waynesville Printing Company.
8. That the known bondholders, mortg
agees, and other security holders owning or
holding 1 per cent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are:
(If there are none, so state) none.
4. That the two DaragraDha next above.
giving the names of the owners, stockholders,
and security holders, if any, contain not only
the list of stockholders and security holders
as they appear upon the books of the com
pany but also, tn cases where the stoca
bolder or security holder appears upon the
books of the company as trustee or in any
other fiduciary relation, the name of the
person or corporation for whom such trustee
is acting, is given; also that the said two
paragraphs contain statements embracing af
fiant's full knowledge and belief as to the
circumstsnces and conditions under which
stockholders and security holders who do not
sppear upon the books of the. company as
trustees, hold stock and securities in a ca
pacity other than that of a bona fida owner;
and this affiant has no reason to believe
that any other person, association, or cor
poration has any interest direct or indirect
in the said stock, bonds, or other securities
than as so stated by him.
W. O. RUSS. Editor.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
S5th day of September, 1941.
. Votary Public
My commission tip Ires April 18, 1943.
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