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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, OCTOBER
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eramig Dm M Brandies Off
Bethel Boy Was On
Plane Carrier Wasp
Seaman Roy Ashe, of Bethel, la
a .survivor of the Carrier Wasp,
which was sunk by a Japanese
submarine off the Solomons on Sep
tember 15th. The announcement
of the sinking of the ship was made
by the navy on Monday of this
Seaman Ashe is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Van Ashe.
Aviation Cadet Ben
Colkitt Home on Furlough
Ben Colkitt. Jr.. aviation cadet,
U. S. navy, arrived yesterday from
Athens, Ga., where he nas Deen
takinsr training at the navy pre-
flight school at the University of
Georgia, for a visit here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Col
From there he will report for
duty at the flying field at Anna
Costia, Md., where he will be given
further instruction. Young Col
kitt volunteered last February but
was not called to active duty until
June, when he was sent to Athens
for training. He is a graduate of
the local high school and Davidson
Pvt. James Rathbone
Home On Furlough
Private James Rathbone, who is
the son of Mrs. Thomas Rathbone,
of Clyde, route 1, is now stationed
at Fort Bragg, where he was in
ducted into the service eight
Pvt. Rathbone was transferred
from Fort Camp Claiborne, La.,
for special training, after which
he was returned to Fort Bragg.
Prior to his entering the service,
he was engaged in farming.
Lt. Oliver Wade Franklin
Is At Camp Blanding
Lieutenant Oliver Wade Frank
lin, who is commander of the ser
vice company in the 119th Infan
try, is now stationed at Camp
Blanding, Fla. He was transferred
from the 120th Infantry when the
119th Infantry was reactivated in
September at Fort Jackson.
Lt. Franklin is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hardin Franklin, of Waynesville.
: Private First Class Francis 6ar
ren, who is now stationed at Camp
Pickett, Va., spent the week-end in
town. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Garren, who has spent the
past two weeks with her husband in
Corporal John Trull, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Trull, left Mon
day for Chanute Field, 111., after
spending a 10-day furlough here
with his parents. He entered the
service on December 12, 1941.
CPL. JAMES HOWARD BRY
SON, of the 333rd engineers, who
is now stationed at Toledo quar
termasters depot, at Toledo, Ohio,
has been promoted to sergeant.
Sgt. Bryson, who volunteered
was inducted into the service on
June 4, 1942, at Camp Jackson, and
from there he was transterred to
Camp Claiborne, La. He received
special training in the supply di
vision. He was former local man
ager of the Smith Transfer Com
pany. Set. Brvson is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Bryson. His wife,
Mrs. Kuby Bryson, is connected
with the county health department
and is a public health nurse.
LT. LANNES F. ROGERS has
been in service for the past three
years and recently spent a 10-day
furlough with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hub Rogers, on Canton,
route 3. He is 21, and a grandson
of II. P. Ledbetter.
Lt. Rogers volunteered in 1939,
and has spent much of the time
since he joined the army in Pan
Greek Forest Waddell
Now At Parris Island
Greek Forest Waddell, who en
listed in the U. S. Marines on Oc
tober 14, is now stationed at Parris
Island, S. C, where he is taking
bis 8 weeks, basic training.
Young Waddell is a graduate of
the Waynesville township high
school. Prior to his entering the
service he was employed at the
Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company.
He. is the son of L. C. Waddell, of
Hazelwood. Mrs. Waddell is re
siding in Asheville with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Rice.
Pvt. Glenn Reeves
Stationed At Miami
Private Olehn Reeves, of Salem.
N. J., has returned to camp after
spending a 14-day lunougn witn
his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charlie
Reeves of Cove Creek.
Pvt. Reeves, who is formerly
from this countv was inducted into
thA service at Fort Dix. N. J., and
from there is being transferred to
Prior to his entering the service
he was employed in a manufactur
ing plant in Salem, N. J.
...This war is being fought
for continued Freedom . . .
Freedom that, among other
things, finds expression in
the privilege to vote for Rep
I am genuinely proud of
the good folks of Western
cooperation in the War Ef
In critical times, like the
present, it is important to
take time to go to' the polls
and cast your ballot on Tues
day, November 3rd, for the
candidate ef your choice.
PVT. AND MRS. ARTHUR W.
BUFF, of route 2, who are now
in Madison, Wis.
Pvt. Arthur W. Buff
Now In Madison, Wis.
Private Arthur W. Buff, of Way
nesville, route 2, is now stationed
at Madison, Wis., where he is tak
ing special training as a radio me
chanic. Mrs. Buff is with him and
will remain with her husband until
he has finished his training there.
Robert Q. Wright
Volunteers In Navy
Herbert Quinlan Wright, who en
listed in the U. S. Navy, on Sep
tember 17, has been called to ac
tive duty and will report to Raleigh
on November 1st. From Raleigh
he will be sent to the Naval Con
struction Training Center, Camp
Allen, Norfolk, Va.
Mr. Wright has been connected
with the Southern Railway for sev
eral years, in the yards at Canton.
He has to his credit three years
service' in the Navy and goes in as
a First Class Seaman.
Mr. Wright is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Wright of Waynesville,
the former was retired a few years
ago from the Southern Raiway.
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
9 cr INK
In A Number of Size Bottles
STAMP PAD INK IN THREE COLORS
Black, Blue and Red
T I I E HI 0 U U T A I N E E R
-JStfiHoneri and Suppli- for Offie, Horn and SekooT
Willard Francis, Jr.,
Volunteers In Service
Willard Francis, Jr., who volun
teered in the army on October "2,
and was inducted into the service
at Camp Croft, has been sent to
the Craig Field, air school at
Selma, Ala. -
Mr. Francis was employed by the
Dayton Rubber Company at the
time he volunteered.
HENRY CLAY DUNAVANT,
son of Mr. Crews Moody, of Dell
wood, who was recently commis
sioned a second lieutenant at the
officers candidate school at Fort
Benning, Ga. He has been assign
ed to duty in the 305th Infantry,
77th division, Fort Jackson.
Lt, Dunavant left here with
Company "H" two years ago when
the national guard units were call
ed intb active service.
Native of Haywood
At Fort Benning
In Army Air Corps
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SERGEANT HOMER D. CLARK
Sgt. Homer I). Clark
Stationed At Ft. Benning
Sergeant Homer D. Clark, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Clark, of
Clyde, route 1, is stationed at Fort
Benning, Ga., where he is attached
to Company F. 117th Infantry.
Sgt. Clark was first stationed at
Fort Jackson and was made a cor
poral there before being transfer
red to Benning, Prior to his en
tering the service in February,
1942, he was employed for the past
seven years at the American Enka
P. F. C. Daniel M. Rose
Has Been Transferred
Pi'ivatn First Plasa Danip! Mar.
cus Rose, who has been stationed
at Camp Claiborne, La., has re
cently been transferred to Camp
Hood. Texas. He in attached to
the Military Police detachment of
B. P. NESBIT, former teacher
of vocational agriculture in Crab
tree high school.
B. F. Nesbitt, Air Corps
Stationed at Cocron Field
B, F. Nesbitt, vocational agricul
tural teacher of the Crabtree high
school, who left last week, is now
stationed at Cochron Field, Ma
con, Ga. He enlisted several weeks
ago in the army" air corps and has
been assigned to duties as an air
plane mechanic. v
Veland Worley to Inez Surrett,
both of Canton.
About 2,300 U. S. cities with a
total population of 1 1-2 million
depend on private: Cars because
they have no transit systems and
54000 communities, lacking rail
road facilities, depend on trucks,
buses. ' .
Made During Week
their regular meeTng
afternoon which indidS-l
Trotman Ward, Oscar 1J
rvv. " ,u 'woert Ls r.
Plaeed in aass 3-A wer '
Stamey. William ,WWe
Charl InJ ""St'ci
ter rain Denton was
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following: Fuller TavlorTi
Jack Odell Chapman Ravi
Scott Ball, Arthur DUlaJJ
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Jack Justice. Hompo u-..,l
son Edward Clark, HomT'l
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iuoore, Marion Hubert M
Lee Roy Beck, .i n ah:. 1
Stanley Davis, Robert Walk J
Beas, i nomas l. Howell Ei
Franklin. Faradv Rnk d..,I
Arthur James Hannah, j
iewey nyau, liudger Yon
Robert Ben Mooncy, Dewel
ivaiiiuiiari, x rank ' 1
gomery Saunders J
Leondis Browning, Charles !l
Kun, victor Lee Lewis, W,
Evans, Greek Forest Wa
Waynes Milford Owen, Brown
gess, Lowell Claude Bron
Kaymond Ray Noland.
Clyde Lewis Sextnn mil
ham Hill, Rufus McLean (f
Kobert Fields Yanes, Oscar
Burgess, Dennis Joseph
James Washington Meswr
Sylvester Coman, Paul R. Shi
James Taylor Rathbone,
Hilliard Trammell. tiuheri
man, James Allen Cochran, a
Wyatt, and Marion Edgar
Two copper door hinges
enough metal for an anti-tank
SIDNEY LITTLE, engineer on
Sidney Little, Engineer
U. S. Navy Back In U. S.
Sidney Little, 23, engineer, U. S.
navy, on troop transport, has re
cently returned to San Diego, from
a trip across the equator. He is a
native of Haywood county, the son
of Mrs. Myrtle Brendle Little, of
Rockwood, 111., formerly of Way
He enlisted in the navy in June,
1941, and took his basic graining
at Great Lakes naval station. He
is a graduate of the Rockwood high
school, located near Chicago.
Sgt W. S. Ray, U. S. Army
Sjrt. William Shelton Ray, U. S.
Armv. has recently been promoted
to warrant officer. He is stationed
at Hgs. Btry. 60 3 C. A. (AA)
Lawndale, Calif., where he has
been since last June.
Sgt. Ray has been in the service
a year in jNovemDer. tie was in
ducted at Fort Bragg, and from
there was sent to Camp Stewart,
Ga., and then to his present station.
Prior to his entering the service
Mr. Ray was associated with his
brothers in the management of C.
E. Ray's Sons Department Store.
Corporal Joe Shipley, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end with
his mother, Mrs. Claude bhipley, on
Seaman Claude Connard and
Seaman Rufus Russell, of the Beth
el section, are now stationed at
San Diego, Calif.
SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R.J. SCOTT
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MOVUS . BlBLtS?
COFFEE- - lb. pkg. 300
Quart Jar .
PEANUT BUTTER --390
R1TZ CRACKERS lb. 23(
CRANBERRIES lb. 230
TOMATOES lb. 100
GREEN S - - 2 lbs. 150
GRAPEFRUIT 3 for 200
TURNIPS --2 for 150
LEMONS doz. 190
First Quality , -
April Shower Peas can 150
Pineapple - 14-oz. can 1 71
Pink'.:'; : - . . .
47 Oz. Can Welch's
TOMATO JUICE - - - 250
Large 3 lb. box 230
Clothes Pins - pkg. 18 100
25c Size Health Club
Baking Powders -19
October Beans - - lb. 1ft
No. 2 Can
TOMATOES 2 for 23
ROUND STEAK - lb. 32
PORK LIVER --lb. 25
Rib -V ' j
STEW BEEF - - - lb. 15
BOILED HAM - - lb. 59
Oleomargarine 2 lbs. 3S
No. 2 .Can I
PUMP KIN -2 for 23,
No. 2 Can Pie
Gallon Jar I
APPLE BUTTER - - 59
Stokely's ' ' ' I
CATSUP - 14-oz. bot. 19.
2 large boxes
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