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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER (une uay nearer n,, uuMuai, MEMBER 5, jo,,
November Call To
Take 75 Men
(Continued from pace one)
Branton Guy King, Rufus Leondia
Ball, Fred Webb, Walker Lee
Chamber, Dewey McCoy, George
Furman Mehaffey, Luciua Boom
Franklin, Earl McLean Head,
Bruce Williams, Sam Beck, Arthur
Pless Messer, William Howard
Hyatt, Charlie Elmer Farton,
James Ervin Henson.
Carl Beasley, Dick Moody, John
Robert Stephens, Elmer Presaley,
Venson Rowe Haney, Arthur As
bury Garden, Pinkney Hampton,
Henry Estes Wyatt, Robert Lee
Green. Dewev Lee Cooper. Jule
Welch Noland, Joe Albert Price,
James Lloyd Shelton, Columbus
Hannah. Charles Randolph Messer.
Milas Noland Ferguson, David
Bramlett Stone, Ernest Harley
Duvall, Clyde Thomas Mills, James
Earl Massie, Harold Jackson Bow
man, Ernest Marse Miller, John R.
Allen. Garland Gunter, William
Arthur Dills, John Henry Parker,
Burnette Pevoe Crawford, Walton
Wise WUletts, Jr., Dock Weaver
Clark. Medford Clark.
Sherrill Lee Teague, Isaac
Richard Messer, Kay Wilson, Clyde
L. Peek, John Lewis Moody, Clay
ton Messer, Roy James Payne,
Norman Owens, Edgar Walter
Norris, Silas Geter McElrath,
Malver Allen, William Dee Coch
ran, John Edar Norman, Dillard
Cook, and Bert Finney, the latter
is a volunteer.
Aunt Ida Mullis
(Continued from page 1)
either way this time, she frankly
Aunt Ida's ancestors were pio
neer settlers in this section, and
she has operated her eurosity shop
for many years, and has accumu
lated a stock that probably no
other business in the state can
equal. For instance, her inven
tory sheet shows she has whiskey
stills, false teeth, tombstones, side
saddles .old newspapers, in addi
tion to her much advertised good
and bad furniture,"
Aunt Ida has seen good times
and hard times, but perhaps her
wont disappointment came when
she was a small girl. She and her
mother had worked many long
hours carding, spinning and weav
ing a "Sunday" wool dress. After
the first time she wore it, she had
it hanging out in the yard in the
sun, when a hungry calf filled with
eurosity came along and chewed
the dress to shrecU.
Aunt Ida gave part of this in
terview in The Mountaineer office,
and the remainder at the armory
the other night. She was just be
ginning to get into some of the
details of events back in the good
old days when the string band
struck up "Turkey in the Straw."
Schools Carry Brunt Getting Metal
(Continued from page 1)
of 115 in war stamps, and a third Details of official totals of other
prize of (10 in stamps.
Waynesville Colored ....
Total for reporting schools..
rhnnl of tha are as follows
Scrap Fet tupu
181,452 ' 249 J
Aunt Ida's feet could not stand the
strains of that lively old familiar
aire, and she turned to her part
ner and called: "Let's dance."
And to Aunt Ida, there are no
words that are sweeter.
Mrs. L. H. Bramlett has as her
guest Mrs. Roy Reese.
Than 1,000 ChUdren
(Continued from page 1)
Dr. Sisk is urging cooperation
of the parents in the clinics, point
ing out that they should bring
Red Cross Sewing
(Continued from page 1)
signify the days on which they
prefer to attend. .
Beginning this week a room in
the borne of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Wagenfeld on the Balsam road
will be opened for the making of
surgical dressings on three days
each week, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. The hours will be
from ,10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Persona
living in that area will find it
more convenient than to come to
the Masonic Temple.
Spurgeon Davis spent last week
in Pencacola, Fla., at the home of
his son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Davis. Claude
Funeral Services Held
For Mrs. Melissa Coggins
Hannah Sunday Morning
Funeral services were held on
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at
the Little Cataloocbee Baptist
church for Mrs. Melissa Coggina
Hannah, wife of James A. Hun
nah, who died at her home on the
Dellwood Road at 7 o'clock Thurs
The Rev. Ben Fugate officiated.
Burial was in the cemetery of the
Little Cataloochee church.
Mrs. Hannah is survived by her
husband, two sons, Albert Hannah,
of Waynesville, route 2, and Roy
Hannan, of Baltimore, Md.; one
daughter, Mrs. Robert Dunn, of
Harvey, III; three grandchildren.
ui vesica uver
$136,255 In Bonds
- (Continued from ptt ,
county bond committee nu .
their regular meetinuS
school, next Tuesda r J
the P. T. a n 7;30
the P. T. A.
Claude N. Allen and tommin
wiU b in charge of thT!
which will center around R
paign to seU mor
about 2k f.. We kl
Byrd Is Captain
(Continued front page 1)
sections of the county 1
hear details of the nroVJS
for a few. days.
their children to the schools for
He referred to the record
1936, when there were 136 cases
in the county, and seven deaths.
He stated that cases were report
ed during that year from all but
two townships in the county.
who is a naval officer, was at home ,-. JT.
inent business men of the com
munity. Sergeant Ott Ledbetter was rec
ognized for the delicious supper
of i he had served. The new recruits in
the guard, which include around
ten high school, boys on their first
K. P. served.
A square dance followed the.
Leave This Week
(Continued from page one)
John Dudley Moore and Jess
Smith, acting corporals, were in
charge of the men until they ar
rived at camp late Monday after
noon. The men had been inducted in
the service two weeks ago at Camp
Croft and allowed to return home
for a furlough before taking up
Others in the group were: Jack
Justice, Lemuel V. Shepard, Den
nis J. Hoyle, Thomas L. Howell,
Rufus M. Green, Wallace R. Rob
inson, Manson E. Clark, Afling
MaGaha, Eugene Franklin, Rob
ert W. Burgess, Gudger Yost Pal
mer, Farady Rathbone, Bill G.
Hill, James A. Messer.
Hubert Creasman, James A.
Cochran, Frank M. Saunders, Joe
S. Davis, Walter E. Wood, Roy
Cagle, Homer R. Cagle, Oscar H.
Burgess, Brown Burgess, Raymond
D. Noland, Everett Evans, Lowell
G. Browning, Horace Wood, J. Q.
Allison, Robert B. Mooney, Ar
thus J. R. Moore, Robert F.
Haynes, Clyde L. Sexton.
Wayne M. Queen, Hobert Wyatt,
Paul R. Shelton, Charles II. Ruff,
Leo L, Browning, Jack O. Chap
man, Jacob H, Davis, Hack S. Co
man, John G. Hall, Arthur J.
Hannah, James H. Trammell, Vic
tor L. Lewis, Scott Ball, Fuller
Taylor, Wilford Carver, James T.
Rathbone, James D. Wyatt, Marion
J. Norman, Arthur Woody, and
Leo Roy Beck.
For L. E. Hudson
(Continued from page one)
man, Bill Franklin, L. N. Davis,
Samuel B. Burruss, Lexie Barefott,
J, N. Mease and Dr, Wiley C. John
Mr. Hudson was a native of
Charlotte, the son of Mrs. Lucy
Hudson and the late Thomas Hud
son. He came to Waynesville
four years ago as manager of
Belle-Hudson's and had recently
been connected with Massie's De
He left home last Friday to
accept a position in Newport News,
Va., with the Newport News Ship
building and Dry Dock Company.
Immediately after his arrival he
went to the home of his brother
in-law, where he was stricken with
a heart attack.
Surviving are the following: his
widow; his mother; three sons, Lu
cius, Jr., Carl and Bill Hudson;
one daughter, Mildred, all of
Waynesville; three brothers,
George S. Hudson, of Canton, E,
O. Hudson, of Orangeburg, S. C,
and Tom Hudson, of Walterboro,
Va.; and two sisters, Mrs. Clin
Bason, of Waxhaw and Mrs. Lester
Horton, of Charlotte.
QUICK RELIEF FRO
Symptoms of Distress Arising rM
due to EXCESS ACII
Must Help or It WiU Cost Yon Nettbi
SlS'TC? mllu bottle of the WIUj
TREATMENT have been told for ttUtll
ymptoma of distress arising from tbZ
and Duoataial Ulcn duo to EictwT?
Poor Dictation, Sour or Uput ttomti
aminos, HMrtfaurn, tlMpinintuTIb
duo to Emu Acid. Sold on IS duTuv
Alc for -Millard' Mu idcitSl
explain this treatment In at
Smith's Cut-Rate Drug Store
November Quota of
(Continued from pajri 1)
3 to 4:30 o'clock on the three after,
The quota that must be finished
by December the 15th, consists of
875 garments of different types.
In order to have .the quota com
plete in time for the date set by
headquarters for shipment, it will
be necessary for larger groups of
women to help, it was pointed out
by Mrs. Killian.
i . -
Miss Dorothy Millner, who is a
student at Virginia Intermont Col
lege, spent the week-end here with
liar nnrpnts. Mr. and Mrs. li. a
MILLIONS HAVE WAITED
MONTHS FOR THIS GREAT SALE
Now it's here! Bigger and better than ever.
Your opportunity, when the battle cry in the
home is SAVE, to get the biggest values, to
make the most sensational savings ever made
possible, on the many drug store items you
heed for fall and winter. Many people won
der how Rexall Drug Stores can offer such
quality at such tremendous money -saving
prices.- Briefly, it is our way of advertising,
of making new friends for Rexall quality.
Remember... there is no better quality
than Rexall guaranteed products. . . . All
Rexall merchandise is tested and. controlled
by one of the finest equipped laboratories in
America. All Rexall products are sold on a
money-back guarantee of satisfaction.
On special occasions during the year, we
offer a few of the items advertised here at
prices lower than regular list prices, but at
no time do we offer this merchandise at such
rock-bottom prices as during the Rexall .
Original One Cent Sale. 1
Some soaps, the daily specials, and a few
Other items, offered on this Sale, are not on
the One Cent Sale plan, but are especially
Jnced at extremely low prices as a special
eature during the Sale.
AII regular prices listed in
this dveniment ire based on
the manufacturer's suuesced full
retail price. .
TABLETS For simple j
aches and pains., .head
colds, etc ,
Remember the REXALL Drug Store for Best Values In Tow
Cut -Rate Drug Store)
TWO for the price pp OfJE pM. OHE CEMT
WHILE TMiY LAST
A CELEBRATION SPECIAL
NOT ON THE 1 SALE FIAN
Metfon Mite Won
You get 48 large white sheets, fine qual
ity paper and 36 matching envelopes, at
tractively boxed. Here is your chance to
get the paper you need
to -ji ftc,
F a - W
PuretestABDG capsules sup- i trlA
ply four essential viumins sb r
all in one easy-to-take Capsule.
WHILE THEY LAST
A CELEBRATION SPECIAL
NOT ON THE 1 SALE FLAN
6 farge cakes Lone
Three fragrances Pine, Lilac, 60ttltlt
Kose. mx large cakes of long
lasting Loric Toilet Soap in
three exquisite fragrances.
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Keep your hands
soft and lovely
HALIBUT LIVOt OIL Caps.
Key t.oo no's siziPurtttit 2 Ft
PeRCOCOD TABLETS tl.OI
9 .' lOO't tit Ptinttst iron
THIAMIN CHLORIDE TABLETS f.M
Xtf. t.i fOi sue Punrrit a fen
A B P & CAPSULES fl.lt
Atf.SOr 00i tlx Furmtwtt 3, W
Bnwer's Yi Tailets 51
Three popular shades
Light, Ra.chelle Dark.
I your favorite type choose
Cleansing, coia or nnisning.
coal"- for 91
A delightfully cool, creamy
lotion that smooths and
protects your skin from
raw, wintry winaa. mm jO
The cold cream pre
ferred by so many beau
tiful, women of s
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MILK OF MAGNUSA
Keep your teeth sparkling.
The neutralizing aid of Milk
of Magnesia helps combat
tufted styles -r long
lasting Nylon bristles.
Pleasant flavor -I
brightens, cleans, I
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DEODORANT CREAM Z rorpJC
PAIAfy DEODORANT TOWER 2 36e
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quality- 4 fOR
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Vi-.u , aid i v ifIit-.
SILVER POLISH 2rZ9
f. tt ft
RiAYINO CARDS 26rJV
FACIAL TISSUES 269
BATTERIES "VT 2 fir II
UQUI9 HOOK IMS 26rte
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your razor. Pleasant, nmnW
SHAVING LOTION 23U
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Alma Parton SDent' the
week-end in Fayetteville.
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