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THE WA YNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3l
Urgent Need For
More Women To
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The recess is being taken at this
time for the New Year holiday.
Mrs. Colkitt stated that she hoped
weik a larger number of workers
would take up regular days for the
The local chapter is far behind
in its assigned quota from the na
tional headquarters, according to
Mrs. Colkitt, who 3 urging that
the women assist in this vital war
Mrs. Colkitt pointed out that the
work is not difficult and that the
women combine a social afternoon
with an important war effort contribution.
Were Quietest In
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nuts and large quantities of fruits
and gifts were distributed at the
community Christmas tree on
Christmas afternoon, which is an
nually sponsored by the Woman's
The Lions Club, which had ope
rated a dime board for their Christ
mas Cheer fund and their sight
conservation work took care of
around 35 needy families in the
The Rotary Club which annually
makes a contribution to the com
munity Christmas cheer fund had
around 14 families on their list.
Price, of Fines Creek; Walter W.
West, of Pigeon; J. T. Cathey, of
Beaverdamffi Hobert Hoglan, of
White Oak; Howard H. Smathers,
V. 0. Sizemore, of Waynesville;
Harley L. Rathbone, of Fines
Creek; Crews Moody, of Ivy Hill;
C. In Leatherwood, of Jonathan
Creek; and G. O. Hogan, of Iron
Dr. Zadok Paris,
Dies In Atlanta
(Continued from pag 1)
E. R. Cannon, R. M. Hipp, George
W. Martin, Robert H. Scott, R. H.
Scott, Jr., and Kennon Young,
Dr. Paris and Mrs. Paris had
gone to Atlanta recently to visit
their son, Ralph Paris, and their
daughter, Mrs. Robert H. Scott.
Shortly after arrival in that city,
illness necessitated his removal to
a hospital. He had been in ill
health several years.
Dr. Paris, who was born in Pam
lico county on July 28, 1860, was
the oldest living alumnus of Duke
university, Durham, then known as
Trinity college, which subsequent
ly conferred on him the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy.
Dr. and Mrs. Paris were among
the earliest reRiaems at the Lake,
having maintained their ridence
there for more than 20 years.
In the period uf hulf a century
marking his active ministry, Dr.
Paris filled many of the leading ap
pointments in the Western North
Carolina conference. He was pre
siding elder of the Marion district
four years, and served in the same
capacity on the Salisbury district
three years. Among his pastorates
were Central church in Concord,
Central church in Mount Airy, For
est City, North Wilksboro; and
First church in Marion. , He retired
in 1928. Dr. Paris also was a lead
er in fraternal bodies, notably, the
Masonic, Pythian and Odd Fellow
orders. He was id,)v kn .
ma i eruaiuon as well as h . lli
and ecclesiastical acbi,?:tf
From Explosion To
Be Tried Next Week
(Continued from page one)
Earl Cagle, of Waynesville; Rob-1
ert snyaer, oi Clyde; win jl.
Bradshaw, of Crabtree; Walter
Ketner, of Ivy Hill; Jess Mooncy,
of Fines Creek; Harry S. Crumley
of Beaverdam; J. Wales Trull, of
East Fork; Lee Noland, of Iron
Duff ; Vess Reece, of Cecil ; 0. P.
. Jenkins, of White Oak; P. L. Med
ford,; of Beaverdam; W. E. Shef
field, of Beaverdam; B. W. Terrell,
of Pigeon, and E. H. Pless, of
Drawn for the second week
were: Frank Swanger, of Waynes
ville; J. E. Childs, of Beaverdam;
J. L. Swafford, of Beaverdam; V.
S. Reno, of Beaverdam; Frank
Stamey, of Clyde ; Raymond Sto
allj of Waynesville; Lawrence
Here is another example of
chickens that come home to roost.
- ' For more than a year nd-head-ed
Civilian Jaroes Helvey was post
exchange barber at Camp Barber.
He was the man who delighted
in giving rookies their first pick-d-chicken
G. I. haircut. Then Red
got a letter from his draft board.
He 'was whisked into the army
nd hardly before he knew it was
in the old 14th regiment in bar
yacks pot 75 yards from his old
.. And we are here to state that
the G. I. haircut Red got from
former rookies to whom he had
given the same treatment was a
wonder. His nickname still is Red.
But you would never guess it by
looking at him.
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