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LbSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVDLLE MOUNTAINEER
11 rlaniSv uuaDca miu iuaic rums
fast Participate 100 During Future
tjjtice Blackouts, New Rule Says
. -.-.i.Hnns has been
list 01 p-
fw nroeram oi ma vuv.
' i nr the workeri to xnuu-
with the instruc-
S5Su Tbe neces-ary for
"1 X to know what to do
V ::iB- the foUowine:
future, Blackouts and Air
1 1 drills wi" come -
fwhts will be permitted even
Plants unless they have
fjjc permission in ww""
a-.r Department. .
I ntr8vel will be permitted ex-
Cn v in - -
, police, nre hu.,
Xr similar emergencies. No
L,s taxis, ere, wuiwim
fdefense workers or not will be
Ltted to move during black-
Ih. blackout signals are tne
, as in the past namely: one
inute blast on tne Wa)iiKmc
.in" -which can be differen-
U from a fire whistle by the
a. and falling tones. The fac
iei at Hazelwood and Lake Juna
U will give one 2 minute warn
ing toregoinu njmno w
Rev. N. Stevens, of Saunook.
preached at Dellwood' Baptist
church Sunday. A large crowd at
tended, in spite of the bad weather
Mr. Stevens was the dinner guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fugate.
The church sent about $25.00 of
produce to the orphanage. They
are indebted to Sara Sutton, a
blind member of the Sunday school,
wno collected and carried a large
part of it out of coves to daces
that a truck could pick it up.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Ferguson,
were guests of Mrs. Fannie Fer
Members of the Woman's Mis
sionary Union are quilting at the
home of Mrs. J. A. Singleton.
Wilson Howell is home from the
navy. He has been in' active com
bat, now has a few days leave. He
is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
WATCH FOR OUR
WILL INTEREST YOU
Don't spend your valuable
he baking this season get
tor needs here save time
Jd money, and Oh how deli
Ins you'll find every item.
Yes, we'll prepare those
special orders, too).
mean a blackout has begun. The
all clear signals is 2 one minute
blasts broken by a 30 second in
terval of silence, given in the same
manijrr as described.
Tho!e Civilian Defense workers
who were stationed at various roads
and intersections during the last
test blackout, will go immediately
to their stations as soon as they
are notified that a blackout is to
Those persons who live in the
vicinity of the J. C. Welch farm
and who are willing to give some
time as air craft observers should
contact Bill Prevost at once.
The telephone at the J. C. Welch
farm has been designated as the
official army telephone of the com
munity and all unusual incidents
of military nature should be re
ported at once to either Mrs. J.
C. Welch or Bill Prevost.
Schools in gas and fire defense
for the Civilian Defense workers
are being planned now and Workers
will be notified as to when and
where they will be held, according
to Mr. Prevost
Funeral Held For
John B. Styles
Native Of Haywood Died
Saturday At His Hazelwood
Home; Was 74 Years Old.
Funeral services for John B.
Styles, 74, who died at his home
in Hazelwood on last Saturday
morning were held at 3 o'clock
Monday evening at the Hazelwood
Baptist church, with the Rev. Frank
Burial was in Green Hill ceme
Active pallbearers were: L. C
Waddell, Forrest Blankenship,
Clyde Styles, Lawson Mehaffey,
Porter Styles, Lee Grant Clark,
Mr. Styles, a native of Haywood
county, was born in 1869 at Clyde.
He left there with hs grandparents
at the age of 13 and settled in
Swain county, there he married and
lived for 15 yearss Later he moved
to Graham county where he lived
till last July, moving back to Ha
zelwood. He and his wife cele
brated their golden wedding an
niversary on last July 4.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs,
Elizabeth Jane Jenkins Styles,
eight daughters, Mrs. Ella Blank
enship, of Bryson City, Mrs. Nell
Crisps, of Washington, D- C Mrs,
Cora Garland, of Waynesville, Mrs.
Dora Potts, of High Point, Mrs
Dorothy Snyder, of Asheville, Mrs
Mabel Colvert. of Hazelwood, Mrs
Bonnie Batchelor, of Detroit, Mich.,
Mrs. Tna Weaver, of Bryson City.
Two sons, Charlie Styles, of
Robbinsville, and William Styles,
of Washington, D. C- One brother,
Horace Styles, of Bethel, one sister,
Mrs. Suttens Jenkins, of Tuskeegee,
Graham county. Also 33 grand
children and 8 great grandchildren.
The old fellows who are living
on borrowed time will never pay
If there is a silver lining to
the cloud it must be on the other
side of it.
Times have changed, So has
grandmo. She's no longer an elder.
She's now a welder.
A Large and Complete
Color Fast Print
AD Colors In 3-Piece
LEGGIN SETS -3.95
2-Piece (Coat & Cap) Small
CHILD SETS - -1.29
Slip-Over and Coat
nS and Short Sleeves.
11 1 1
Cotton and Rayon Chambry Bloadcloth
Print and Solid Colors
utrv scnooi laDieis ui
iepooK Miiers . . . .
Our Other Ads On Red Goose Shoes For Children
We Can Fit Your Child.
The Christmas Gift Store
the children to our Toyland on the Second Floor
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, Pas-
R. H. Gibson, superintendent of
the Sunday school.
Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning worship 11:15 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "CHRISTIANS
AT THEIR BEST."
Pioneer group of boys and girls
at 6:00 p. m.
Young People s League at e:dO
Prayer service Wednesday
evening at 7:30.
THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor.
Frank Underwood, superinten
dent. Morning service 11:00
o'clock. Sermon subject, "Scrip
The ReV. J. C. Pipes, state mis
sionary, will speak at the evening
service. Services each night next
week on special missions with the
Rev. Mr. Pipes, Miss Madge Lewis,
and Miss Elizabeth Cox, in charge.
Training Union Sunday evening
at 6:30 o'clock.
Rev. S. R. Crockett, Pastor.
Sunday school 10:00 o'clock,
Paul Davis superntendent.
Morning service 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject, "Better Than Sil
ver or Gold."
Evening service 7:30 o'clock.
Sermon subject, "The Destiny of
Mr. Crockett preaches at the
Bethel church on Sunday morning
of the second and fifth Sundays.
GOES TO NEWPORT NEWS
Miss Catherine Dyer left Monday
for Newport News, Va. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Dyer, of Camp Dellwood.
It won't be long till the money
wives bio wat Christmas sales will
take the wind out of dad's.
It's wiser to talk to a youngster
than try to whip him into Shape.
Why take chances on get
ting your clothes only part
ly cleaned, when our meth
od of cleaning does a thor
Our prices are reasonable
our service prompt, and
our workmanship most satisfactory.
New Ready-To-Wear Dept.
Lots Of New Items Hundreds Of Special Bargains
The Dress Buy of the Year
Lynn Gray All-Wool
Grey, Red, Brown, Tan, Biege
Some Velvet Trim ...............
Latest Styles In
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Lot Of Lovely
Crepes Rayons All Sizes
On Sale - - - $2.98
and Wool .
Values To $19.50
Wine Black Brown ,
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A Real Bargain
Latest Styles In
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Ideal For A Christmas Gift.
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The Christmas Gift Store
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