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rUYg11 20' 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE BIOUNTAINEER
Don't Let Our Boys Down Get In Your Scrap!
u TTeatherly, of
Jl. Perative Ca8e,U
f 'tpr SubeU: strip...-
"Hp operative case, is
r illian Wheeler, of Canton,
lLratU case, is some
nHition of Miss Betty
Tb wndli ranton. route 1, op-
Lbire, of cam"
f Manse Cattle.
krSusU, medical case,
. in- nf Cantnn.
i H. Ui"'"'i '
June n. . l tf
Jit medical case, is improving.
- ...i;.mn of Kelley Wright,
faynesville, medical case, is
. r,;ipk. of Canton, route
Laical case, is resting more
Jovce Pressley, of Canton,
vrstive case, is resn'ie
., . ' inhai-iip Jones, of Canton,
,stive case, is only fairly well.
of Flovd Whitted,
Jilt; - , ,
L canton, operative case, is only
Robinson, of Enka, medical
Men In Service
Pvt. Hughey C. Gunter
Now At Sheppard Field
Private Hughey C. Gunter, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawery Gunter,
of Waynesville, route 1, is now
stationed at Sheppard Field, Tex
as. Pvt. Gunter was inducted in
to the service at Fort Jackson two
months ago and was transferred
to the air corps and sent to Kees
ler Field, Miss., and then to the
field in Texas. He was engaged
in farming prior to his entering
Pvt. LeRov Cart
At Camp Wheeler, Ga.
Private LeRoy Cagle, 21. son of
Mrs. CharlpH Fio nf Wi..
, -w, vm. TT H J HW
Ville. route 1. has been transfprreH
to Camp Wheeler, Ga. Pvt. Cagle
was inducted in the service two
montns airo at llamn fnft
Prior to his entprino- tho rv!M
he was employed at the Hickory
Machine shop, Hickory. He attend
ed the Waynesville district high
Rurnette. of Waynes-
niaa jjv"- v - ,
, route 1, operative case, is
n. mnrlition of Mrs. Carroll
Lee, of Clyde, route 1, operative
T nis Ann Tittle, of Hazel-
Ld, operative case, is improving.
Hiss Hilda Davis, of Clyde, route
m operative case, is better.
if Ravmond Plemmons. of
ta, medical case, is resting more
Miss Abbie Emerson, of Canton,
stoical case, . is better.
Irs. W. P. Bovd. of Waynesville.
ncte 2, operative case, is resting
The condition nf Mrs. nlpnn Mar
is, of Hazelwood, medical case, is
lire. Chas. Harrison: of Wav-
pune, meaicai case, is Deuer.
Mrs. Robert Stjimpv of Can
a, medical case, is improving.
Tile conHit.inn vf Toftpi Wfllioma
. . VA WVVA ff ...... 11 IJ ,
a Canton, operative case, is good.
llrS. J. TV RnHinnnn nf ttirAa
1, medical case, is better.
. route 1, medical case, is im-
Robert H. Winchester, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Winchester,
of Plott's Creek road, has recently
received his commission as second
lieutenant at the officers training
school at Fort Benning, Ga.
Lt. Winchester volunteered in
the army two years ago and was
stationed at Fort Jackson from the
time of his induction in the army
until he was sent to Fort Ben
ning to the officers training school
on July 8, 1942.
Lt. Winchester is a graduate of
the Waynesville township high
school. He is now stationed at
tamp Croft, havine returned to
camp on Thursday after spending
In Selective Draft
Sixty-five men under the selec
tive service left here at 7:30
o'clock Saturday morning for ex
aminations at Camp Croft. The
call had been for 75, but a number
of the original group were trans
ferred elsewhere and others en
listed before the date for leaving
this" area. '
John Dudley Moore was named
leader of the group, with J. Q.
Allison, Ruf us McLean Green, and
Gudger Yost Palmer, assistant
Among those who volunteered
and were accepted for duty prior
to the date set for the leaving
here were: Clarence Jones Hyatt,
U. S. army; David Austin Taylor,
navy; Winston Franklin Davis,
army; Robert LeRoy Mull, and
Robie John Sherrill, U. S. marines.
Those transferred to other sec
tions for their convenience in leav
ing for camp were: Hardy Smith,
to Bunell, Fla.; Robert Lee Jolly,
to Hickory; and Carl Henry Stan
ley, to Bridgeton, N. J.
Leaving here in addition to the
leaders mentioned were: Robert
Fields Haynes, Oscar Hugh Bur
gess, Robert Franklin, Dennis
Joseph Hoyle. James Washington
Messer, Lee Roy Moody, Jack wm-
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- m w f"l 1i
Chester Uoieman, raui k. aneium,
James Taylor Rathbone, James Hil-"
Hubert Creasman, James Allen
Cochran, Hobert Wyatt, Marion
Edgar Norman, Walker Eugene
Wnml Pnllpr Tavlor. Imnpl Van-
i nie Shepard, Wilford Carver, Ker
i mit Moort, Jack Odell Chapman,
I Tl r 1 C Cll Irlhnr Hil.
lard Woody, John Hall, Jacob Hei
zikiah Davis, Jack Justice.
Horace Wood, Manson Edward
Clark, Homer Horace Cagle, Ar
thur J. R. Moore, Marion Hubert
Messer, Albert Donald Hawkins,
Howell Way Crawford, Lee Roy
Beck! Arling McGaha, Joe Stanley
Davis, Robert Walker Burgess,
Thomas L. Howell, Eugene Frank
lin. Farady Banks Rathbone,
Thomas Benjamin Woodard.
Arthur James Hannah, Jamea
Dewey Wyatt, Robert Ben Mooney,
Dewey Edward Rhinehart, William
Henry Putnam, Frank Montgom
n Saunders. Jesse Smith. Leo
Leondis Browning, Joseph Bryan
Best, John Way McCracken, Char
lea Hascal Ruff, Victor Lee Lewis,
Wallace Roderick Robinson,
Everett Albert Evans, Wayne Mil-.,
ford Owen, Brown Burgess, Low-,
ell Claude Browning, Raymond
Ray Noland, Clyde Lewis Sexton,
Bill Graham Hill.
Trees are the most suitable crop
for about 25 percent of the land
area of the United States. Ac
tually, however, trees are growing
on about 33 percent of this coun
try's total acreage.
Mrs. JpSHl'p Prpsslpw nf Wow.
lies vine, meuicai case, is Detter.
Jess Haney. of Canton, medical
case, is improving.
Mrs, R. T.. TTpnrv. nf Wmo.
viiip, meuicai case, is some better
Mrs. Harrv Ropers, of Hnvp
Creek, medical case, is restimr
Amonc those disphnvii'pH frnm
the hoKDital durine- the nast wppk
were the following: Marion Davis,
Mrs Sis Rogers. Mrs. T.onnie Ruff.
Baby Stepheson, Number one, Baby
Stenhenson. Number two Mrs. O.
L. Burnett,. Philmore McCall, Mrs.
unanie rayior, tsaoy BarDara jean
Rogers, Miss Agnes Reeves, Mrs.
KoDert liucnanan, Mrs. . t ranK
Hvatt. Miss Rnth iT.onnpr.
Miss Fonda Franklin, Mrs. Glenn
Carter and baby, Miss Larine
Moore. Miss Ardith BumKarner.
Mrs. Lee Evans, Mrs. Edward
Smith and babv. Winston Clontz.
W. B. Brown, Mrs. W. G. Howell,
Mrs, Steve Nichols, Mrs. Margaret
Robinson, Miss Frances Thompson,
Mrs. James Plemmons. Mrs. Zeb
Clark and baby, Ray Gillett, Mrs,
David Colliers ana Daoy, Mrs. kod-
ert C. McGaha and baby, and
2, operative case, is resting
Mr. nnd Mrs. F.dward Smith, of
Waynesville, announce the birth of
a son on October 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carter, of
Waynesville, announce the birth
of a daughter on October 12th,
Mr. and Mrs. David Colliers, of
Waynesville, announce the birth oi
a daughter on October 12th.
Mr oiid Mrs. Robert McGaha.
of Waynesville announce the birth
of a daughter on October 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Neil, ol
Canton, announce the birth of a
son on October 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Chambers, of
Canton, announce the birth oi a
Hano-litpr on October 15th.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Plem
mons, of Joe, announce the birth
of a daughter on October 16th.
Mr. anH Mrs. Glenn Messer, of
Waynesville, route 1, announce the
birth of a daughter on October
2 Important Things
To Remember - -
1. You always save at Belk-Hudson
2 Uncle Sam needs your scrap
Get it to, him at once.
WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
Do Your Part Don't Fail Our Men
On the Battle Lines.
"Home Of Better Values"
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For Their Country Since
You Are Ashed To Just Sell Your Junk
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ROBERT HIRAM WELCH
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DALLAS RHEA CLARK
It seems so little to ask that YOU sell junk to Uncle Sam Sell those things which are of
little material value to you, yet might be the means ol saving a hie on the battle Iront
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