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BSDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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for the ow o""" ---
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5 to a musical thriller that
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Zt e "Juke Box Jenny,"
;Brrin? Ren Murray, Harriet Hil
rf and. Charles Barnett and his
ailed as one w ucot mmo
,i,0 Voar. the tiimization oi
kite's irreat novel, "The
Holds Annual and
The members of th Af;
church held their annual congre
gational meeting on Monday night
for the purpose of reviewing the
program oi tne church for the
past year and for carrvinc fnmurA
the business of the fourth quarter
Approximately 100 persons were
present. The Dastor. the Rev J
Clay Madison, presided the first
part oi the meeting, with the Rev.
W. L. Hutchins. district sunprin.
tendent, presiding during the bus-
to England for safety.
For Monday and Tuesday, the
film, hailed by critics as one of
the great novels of our generation
and America's number one best
seller for many months "This
Above AH" will be shown two
Co-starring Tryone Tower and
Joan Fontaine, the storv tells nf
two young lovers caught in the
turmoil of war in Britain.
Rlisterine' thrills hrenth.tulf-
pitd Piper" opens Sunday. Monty ing chills and bullet-streaked ac
Woojley. Rixlily McTJowall and tion are promised Wednesday in
m Baxter are featured in the : "Sabotage Squad," with Bruce
enthralling story of the English- Bennett, Kay Harris and Eddie
man who helped a band of helpless Norris. Also several short sub
dildren across embattled France jects for special entertainment.
Matinees Monday and Wednesday at 3; Saturday and Sunday at 2
mdl Sunday night at 9, other nights, shows start at 7:15 and 9:15.
01 Show Saturday nights at 10:30. Admission 10c and 30c.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8
A stage musical you'll love ...
Starring Red Skelton Lena Home.
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Selected Short Subjects.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9
It's a killer-thriller . '.. .
Just Off Broadway
With Lloyd Noland and Mar jorie Weaver.
Stage Show The Tennesseean Hillbillies
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10
Gene Autry at his best . . .
Home In Wyoming1
With Smiley Burnette and Fay McKenzie.
leu tunes. Ten recording bands ... the jive-time of a lifetime
J uke Box Jenny"
Ken Murray, Harriet Hilliard and the King's Men.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11
The novel of our times becomes the picture of the year
The Pied Piper"
Monty Woolley, Roddy McDowell, Anne Baxter.
-;'. ; : v . also
Selected Short Subjects.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12-13
It will stir your heart . . . your every emotion . . .
'This Above AH"
With Tryone Power and Joan Fontaine.
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News Short Subjects.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14
Smoking guns smoke out Nazi Spies in . . .
With Bruce Bennett, Kay Harris and Edward Norris.
Variety of Special Short Subjects.
WANTED) TO SELL
Haywood Institute Property
LOCATED IN CLYDE
About 2 1-4 Acres Of Land
One 40-Room Dormitory
One 20-Room Dormitory
One Dwelling House
mitories have steam heat and can be converted
into apartments or dwellings. "
If Interested See Committee
J. H. Haynes, C R. Francis and Tom
Glenn D. Brown
CANTON PHONE 2538
T. L. Green To
Address Local DAR
Chapter On Friday
The October meeting of the Dor
cas Bell Love Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution will be held at the home
of Mrs. Hugh Jolly, with Mrs.
Jolly and Mrs. Elmer Osborne, of
Canton, as associate hostesses.
T. L. Green, member of the local
draft board, will discuss the se-1
lective service system. Mrs. E. J.
Hyatt will review the national
magazine. Mrs. S. H. Bushnell,
regent, will preside.
Rotarians Hold A
Approximately 100 enjoyed a
biirbecuo supper given by the
Rotary Club at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Rufus Siler last Friday
Rotarians and their wives, to
gether with friends, were served
at the Siler barbecue pits, and
:htn retired to the lawn where
tables had been set up. The tables
were decorated with a combina
tion of patriotic favors and fall
There was no formal program,
but before the group left, a former
president, William Medford, was,
presented, and said "I'll see you
later" as he was leaving the next
morning to assume duties in the
navy as a lieutenant.
The committee in charge was
W. Roy Francis, Guy Massie and
The barbecue was prepared by
Mr. Siler, as were the hountiful
"trimmings'' which were served.
Mrs. John Shnckford, of Rock
Hill, was the guest of relatives
here during the week.
Mrs. Genatus Early will leave
today for Cheyenne, Wyo., where
she will join her husband, who is
at the officers training school in the
quartermasters corps at Fort F, E.
Mrs. Oliver P. Cole, of Balti
more, is the guest this week of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Hines. Mrs. Cole is a former res
ident of Waynesville.
T. G. Stump, who holds a posi
tion in Andrews, spent the week
end here with his family.
Roy Robirtson, who holds a po
sition in Newport News, spent the
first of this week here with , his
Miss Dorothy Milner, who is a
student at Virginia Interm'ont
College, spent the week-end here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mrs. William Medford has given
up her apartment at Birchwood
Hall since her husband has been
called into active service and is
with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Mock,
at her home on Haywood street.
Janette and Lester Burgin, Jr.,
who are attending Mars Hill Col
lege, spent the week-end with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bur-
gin. They had as their guest
Douglas Brown, a classmate.
Canton Group Of
To Meet Sunday
The quarterly Sunday school
convention of the Canton group of
the Haywood County Baptist Asso
ciation will hold a meeting at 2:30
o'clock at the Rocky Face Baptist
church about 5 miles northeast of
Canton, it has been announced by
R. E. Sentelle, county superintendent.-'
Miss Madge Lewis, Haywood
County Baptist associational mis
sionary, will deliver the principal
address. Two subjects will be un
der consideration at the conven
tion: increasing average attend
ance and training courses.
The following Sunday schools are
in the Canton group: Canton First,
Canton West, Canton North, Cal
valry, Oak Grove, Beaverdam,
Rocky Face, Sunny Point, and
All Sunday school superintend
ents, officers, teachers and pastors
are expected to attend the convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Campbell
of New Jersey, are visiting friends
and relatives in Dellwood,
Ransom Shehan is slightly im
proved after having undergone a
Mrs. Herman Fowler, of Fletch
er, visited relatives and friends in
Dellwood last week.
Mr. , and Mrs. Arthur Woody
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
John Fraiier. Mr. Woody has been
on our sick list for two weeks.
iness session. Supper was served
in the church dining room.
In his report the pastor stated
that during the year around 70 per
sons have united with the church
and that the present membership
is now 537, representing a gain of
43 over that of last year.
In his treasurer's report, M. H.
Bowles brought out that the con
gregation had contributed $1,215
to world service and that a total
of $360.00 had been sent to the
Children's Home. A full report
was submitted of all benevolences.
The following" stewards were
elected to serve during the .com
ing years: J. E. Barr, M. H.
Bowles, J. R. Boyd, R. H. Black
well, J. H. Howell, E. J. Hyatt, E.
B. McClure, Hugh Massie, T. G.
Massie, Claude Rogers, G. D. Stov
all, Chas. Ray, Ben Sloan, S. L.
Stringfield, Thomas; Stringfield,
Jr., E. L. Withers, Henry Gaddy,
T. O. Chafin, C. N. Sisk, C. E.
Weatherby, Jonathan Woody.
Elected as trustees of the church
were the following: Grover C. Da
vis, E. J. Hyatt, J. R. Boyd, E. B.
McClure, Hugh Massie, S. L.
Stringfield, Hugh Sloan, J. M.
Long, and Tom Stringfield.
Sunday school officers were elect
ed as follows: general superintend
ent, M. H. Bowles; superintendent
of children's division, Mrs. Rufus
Siler; of the youth department,
Miss Bessie Boyd; adult groups,
Mrs. Henry Gaddy; treasurer, E, K.
In addition to the election of the
officers, board and committee for
the coming church year were also
set up during the evening.
The pastor plans to have an
installation service on Sunday the
11th, and has requested that all
officers and committee members be
present for the service.
To Be Hostesses
Of Club Meeting
The October meeting of the
Woman's Club will be held at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. J.' Clay
Madison on Thursday the 15th. The
wives of the ministers of the town
in addition to Mrs. Madison will
be hostesses of the afternoon, in
cluding Mrs. II. G. Haninu'tt, Mrs.
R. E. McBlain and Mrs. M. R. Wil
liamson. The speaker will be announced
later. Mrs. William T. Hannah,
president, will preside. Members
are asked to assemble at 3 o'clock.
, Mrs. James Brown and Miss
Elizabeth Rhinehart, of Lake Juna
luska, spent the week-end with
Private James Brown, who is sta
tioned at Camp Wheeler, Macon,
Mrs. Sam Cosky, of San Fran
cisco, arrived during the week to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Cabe. Mrs. Cosky made
the trip by plane.
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Mr, and Mrs. Grover C. Davis
had with them during the past
week their son and daughter-in-law,
Dr. and Mrs. Mack Davis,
who are now in Quantico, Va. Dr.
Davis, dentist," U. S. navy, former
ly practiced his profession in Ha
Misses Eloise and Mildred
Knight and Miss Lillian Ross spent
the week-end with Mrs. James
Knight at Morganton.
Mrs. Jerry Rogers and daughter,
Patsy, of Wilmington, were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Leatherwood, who is at
tending Furman University, spent
the week-end here with his par
ents, Rev. and Mrs. Frank Leath
Mrs, Paul Walker returned on
Tuesday from a ten days visit with
her husband and son in Baltimore.
En route home she stopped for a
brief visit in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. G. C. Plott left yesterday
for B ryson City where she will
spend the remainder of the week
with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne
Boiling Hall, who is now located
in Cincinnati, Ohio, is here on busi
ness for Several days. .
Col. and Mrs. William Ira Lee,
of Gatlinburg, spent a couple of
days in town during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Justice left
the 6th of October for Salem, N. J.,
where they will spend a week with
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Justice.
. , .. . . ,
J. Dale Stentz.jwho is located at
Waltersboro, S. C., spent Monday
and Tuesday here with Mrs. Stentz.
Miss Mary Stentz, who is at
tending Western Carolina Teachers'
College, spent the week-end here
with her mother, Mrs. . J. Dale
Fred Martin, who is a student
at Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege, spent the week-end here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mrs. W. T. Crawford has re-,
turned after visiting her son-in-law
and daughter, Col. and Mrs.
William Ira Lee, in Gatlinburg,
Mrs. Lillie Walls Swann, of
Asheville, spent the week-end here
with her parents, Mr. and i Mrs.
Friends of Mr. Thornberry of
Jacksonville, Fla., are glad to wel
come him to our community for his
annual visit. It was feared that
he was not going to get here this
summer. "It is better late than
not at all." Mr. Thornberry has
been coming to Dellwood for a
long time and has won the friend
ship of all the neighborhood and
everyone looks forward to his
friendly calls upon the local resi
dents. Everyone respects and admires
Mr. Thornberry as a friend and all
wish to extend him a hearty wel
come. .He -..was out last Sunday
afternoon making culls.
Mr. Thornberry is staying at the
Three Men Bound
Over. To November
Roe Ledf ord, of the White Oak
section, Thad Moody, of Hemphill,
and Lee Lewis, of Maggie, were ar
rested around 6:30 Tuesday morn
ing at Cove Creek Gap by Pat
romen Ed Jones and R. O. Rob
erts, it was learned from the sher
Fifteen cases of bonded whis
key were taken from the 1936
Ford sedan in which the men were
Mrs. Grady Williams, Mrs. Wilson
Medford, Mrs. Dink Bryson, Mrs,
Troy Ford, Mrs. George Wright,
Mrs. David Birch, Mrs. Harley E.
Wright, Mrs. Frank R. Williams,
Mrs. Roy Robinson, Mrs. Jarrett
Williamson, Mrs. Dock Cannon,
Mrs. Sherrill Jamison, Mrs. Frank
Cabe and Mrs. Lloyd Pharm.
The class is being taught by Mrs.
All three were tried in magis
trate's court here yesterday and
bound over for trial to the Novem
ber term of superior court.
Lewis and Moody made bond for
$500 each, but Roe Ledford la
still being held in jail.
Having qualified as executrix of
the estate of Nannie E. Jones,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Waynesville, North Carolina, on or
before the 26th day of September,
1943, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 26th day of September,
NANNETTE E. JONES,
Executrix of the Estate of Nan
nie E. Jones, deceased.
No. 1242 Oct 1-8-15-22-29 -
Ratcliff Cove News
Mrs, Kay Fowler and daughter,
Jean, have been visiting relatives
here before moving to Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Emer Cavasas, Miss
Susie Davis, Ray Lawrence ; and
Ernest Davis spent the week-end
Rufus Underwood left Sunday
for Wilmington, where he now
holds a position.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and
children spent the week-end with
Mrs. Miller's parents at Cruso.
A baptising will be held Sun
church by Rev. Oder Burnett and
Rev. Howard Hall.
Mrs. John Webb visited relatives
in Tennessee last week.
Dick Leopard left Saturday for
Washington and Oregon.
Miss Blanche White, who form
srly resided with Mrs. James Med
ford here, is now living in Asheville.
Miss Margaret and Miss Sara
Underwood attended a birthday
party given in honor of Mr. Aze
Griffin, of Hazelwood, on Monday
Rev. Hobert Rogers has return
ed home after being in a ten-day
revival meetirtg at Newbridge Bap
tist church, where Rev. O. L. Mc
Ginnis is pastor. There were 144
conversions and much good ac
complished among the 30 churches
cooperating in the Buncombe As
Mrs. Gaston Rhvmer left Seo-
tember 28 for a two-weeks visit
with her sister, Mrs. Bill Mash
burn in Detroit.
Mrs.; Charles Elmore, from the
eastern part of the state, is spend'
ing a few days with Rev. and Mrs.
Hobert Rogers. She is the for
A class in home nursing is being
held on Friday afternoon from 1
to 4 in the basement of the Rock
wood Methodist Church. . Mrs. Roy
RobinBon was chosen general chair.
man and Mrs. Troy Ford secretary.
The following eighteen women have
registered: Mrs. Sandy McCrack
en, Mrs. Elmer Kukyendall, Mrs.
Sam Robinson, Mrs. Ernest Jones,
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