THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, Vjiz
With Men In Service
Genatus R. (Red) Easley
Genatus R. (Red) Easley, for
merly of Greenvilk, has been com
missioned a second lieutenant in the
quartermaster corps, U. S. Army,
and is now stationed at Fort Sam
Souston, San Antonio, Texas.
Lt. Easley received his bars at
Fort Francis E. Warren, Cheyenne,
Wyo., where he also had his basic
training. He will return there
after completing 30 days of addi
tional work at his present post. He
enlisted in the volunteer officers
class last spring and was inducted
at Fort Jackson, on May 30.
Lt. Easley attended Furman Uni
versity and was outstanding in bas
ketball. He is a member of the
Greenville Rotary Club and before
entering the service was gales rep
resentative for the Acme Steel
Mrs. Easley, the former Miss
Mary Barber, of Waynesville, who
has arrived to spend some time
with her parents, has been with
her husband while he was station
ed at Cheyenne.
At Camp Bowie
At Camp Hood
Pvt. Robert Parton
Arrives For 15-Day Leave
Private Robert Parton has ar
rived to spend a 15-day furlough
here with his grandmother, Mrs.
M. L. Pressley. He was inducted
in the service at Fort Jackson six
From Jackson he was sent to
Kessler Field, Miss., and from
there to Hammer Field, Calif. He
ia now stationed at Tonapah Val
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PVT. EDGAR SMITH, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, of
Pvt. Edgar Smith Now
In Camp Bowie, Texas
Private F.dgar Smith, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank M. Smith, of
Lake Junaluska, is now stationed
at Cam) Howie, Texas. He en-
listid in the service on May 20,
Pvt. Smith was first stationed
at Camp Wheeler, Ga., and from
there he was transferred to Camp
Gordon and from the latter to his
present station in Texas.
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PVT. ROBERT GUDGER PAL
MER, who is attached to the 827th
Tank Division Training Company.
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Sgt. Howard Bryson
Spends Furlough Here
Sergeant Howard Bryson, U. S.
Engineering Corps, is spending a
few days here with his wife and
his parents. Sgt. Bryson has been
in the service since June 6, 1942.
He was inducted at Fort Jack
son and from there was sent to
Camp Claiborne, La., and from
there to Toledo, Ohio. His last
station was at Yuma, Ariz. When
he leaves here he will report for
duty at Needles, Calif.
Sgt. .Bryson prior to entering
the service was ths local represen
tative of the Smith Transfer Com-manv.
Pvt. Jack Justice, In
Training As Mechanic
In U. S. Air Corps
Private Jack Justice ' of this
county is now stationed at Ama
rillo army airfield where he is
taking special courses in air corps
Pvt. Justice was inducted in the
sojvice on October 17, at Camp
Croft. From Croft he was trans
ferred to Fort Jackson, and then
to the aircorps replacement cen
ter atSIiami Reach.
He was transferred from Miami
to the Army Air Corps Technical
School in Texas on December 7th,
one year from the day the Japs
attacked Pearl Harbor.
Larry Cagle, Seaman 1C
Arrives Safely Overseas
Larry Cagle, Seaman First Class,
at his destination somewhere in
Southwest Pacific, South of Equa
tor and West of International date
line," according to a message to
his wife, Mrs. Cagle.
Before entering the service on
July 2, 1942, Seaman Cagle was
employed by the Bookmill Depart
ment of the Champion Fibre and
Paper Company in Canton. He is
a former president of the Haywood
County Young Democrats, and offi
cial organizer of Young Democra
tic County Clubs West of Ashe
ville. He is a member of the Clyde
Masonic Lodge and of the Scot
tish Tire, of Asheville.
Mr. And Mrs. Sam
Fulbright Have Two
Sons Serving Uncle Sam
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fulbright, of
Waynesville, have two sons in the
service: Private William Bryson
Fulbright, who is stationed at
Camp Croft, and Private Robert
Medford Fulbright, who has been
in Panama for the nast vpar.
The latter has been in the service
for more than a year. He was in
ducted at Fort Jackson and from
there he was sent to Camp Croft
and from there to Charleston, and
then to Panama. His location at
the present is unknown. Prior to
entering the service he was em
ployed by lumber mill operators in
Private William Bryson Ful
bright has been in the service for
the past five months. He was in
ducted at Camp Croft and was
transferred from there to Fort
Jackson and "then back to Camp
Croft where he is now stationed.
Prior to his entering the armed
forces he was employed by the
Waynesville Lumber Mill.
Fines Creek News
Plans are under way to plaster
the parsonage of the Methodist
Church charge. Each church in the
charge was given their part of the
work, according to the membership
of their church.
Churches in the Fines Creek
charge are: Central Fines Creek,
Pine Grove, Laurel Hill, Spring
'Creek and Baldwin Chapel. Rev.
Melton Harbin is pastor of the
While a number of the members
are now out of the county on de
fense jobs, it is thought that they
will be glad to contribute to the
Private Mark Rathbone son of
Richard Rathbone and the la1 Mrs.
Etta Rathbone, is now stationed at
Fort George Mead, Md.
Pvt. Sam McCracken, who has
been with the medical department
and located in San Francisco for the
past two years, is now on a fur
lough. He is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCracken
and other relatives on Fines Creek.
Mallie Woody, who is now em
ployed at Wilmington, spent the
past week here with his wife and
D. N. Rathbone left Monday for
Camp Forrest, Tenn., to visit his
brother Farady Rathbone, wh is
a patient in the army ho
Frank Ferguson suffe
red a brok.
en leg while he was dehornix,
t.lp last. wmI &
Mrs. V. B. Gretn, who is . n ,
lent in th RiimAj P
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pital is reported as improving,
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weeks that foreign observe -
diet many natives will die of
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v r . iimger day for
rural progress than the editor, 0(
iarm journals and rural
Mrs. Carl McCracken has
visiting her husband who is
located in Wilmington
Cliff DeWeEse has returned to
Norfolk after a visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. DeWeese.
Hugh Mease, Jr., Canton,
To Finish West Point
Hugh Mease, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Mease, of Canton,
graduates this week from the
United States Military Academy
at West Point, N. Y. He will be
commissioned in the field artillery.
After graduating from the Can
ton high school he attended Sewa-
nee Military Academy at Sewanee,
Tenn., for one year prior to receiv
ing his appointment from the
Sewanee honor school.
During his second class year at
West Point, he was appointed a
cadet corporal and later attained
the rank of cadet lieutenant. He
tvus interested in sports and turn
id out for boxing, soccer and gym
nastics, winning monograms in the
latter sport. He was also chair
man of the Howitzer, cadet year
book ; representatives, a member of
the cadet chapel ushers, and on
the honor committee.
Ernest Hooper has gorje to Mem
phis, Tenn., where he is taking
position with the government.
Mrs. Janvs R. CcClure recently
received information from her son,
Robert McClure, he is now "some
where in Africa."
Mrs. John Arrington has arriv
ed from Florida, where she has
been visiting her husband who is
in camp there.
Mrs. Vaughn Rhinehart is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Clifton
Shook and Mrs. Dee Clark in New
Mrs. R. A. Davis spent the week
end in Waynesville as the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Robt. MehafTey.
Mrs. Laura Rathbone snent the
week-end with her sister, Mrs. Bob
Bonner Rabb and Bill Stephens
are leaving with the group of draf
tees for the army on Friday.
John Melton and his daughter.
Miss Willia Nell Melton, of Cow-
arts, are now making their home
with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whitner.
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See Us We Will Pay
Cash For Used Furniture
W IP i P
Massie runnmre u.
Main Street Waynesville
George G. Fish to
field, both of Canton.
Consumer expenditures for com
modities during 1942 are estimated
by the department of commerce at
NEW TAXI CHARGES
Effective January 21
Due to our increased operating cost; the scarcity of accessories essential to our
operation, and lack of many replacement parts, the undersigned taxis will be
forced to make the following charges on all trips from Waynesville, on and after
January 21, 1943:
New Rate Schedule
Barber's Service Station $1.00
Balsam Service Station $1.50
Allen's Creek (end pavement) 75c
Plott Creek (Lee's) 75C
Piedmont Hotel 75c
Barberville Church 50c
Liner's Store, Dellwood Road 65c
Jonathan's Creek (Palmer's) $2.00
Underwood Novelty 65c
Lake Store 75c
Francis Cove (Old Mill) .50c
Pigeon Gap $1.00
Howell Mill Road 50c
Bethel School $1.25
Woodrow Store $1.75
Hospital and Nurses Home 35c
City Limit 35c
Dirt Roads (City Limit) 50c
This Applies To Following Taxis .-. .
Nominated by President Roosevelt
to take the place of Leon Henderson,
O. P. A. director, is Prentiss Brown,
former senator from Michigan. He
is known as a loyal New Dealer. The
Senate is expected to quickly con
firm the appointment.
FOR SALE 200 bushels of tur
nips 50 cts. a bushel at the field.
D. V. Francis, R-l, Waynesville.
FOR RENT Three-room apart
ment, steam heated and furnish
ed. Call 353-W. Jan. 14-21.
WANTED Will pay cash for used
Eagle ranges regardless of con
dition. See Massie Furniture
Company. Jan. 7-14-21-28
WANTED Three farm tenant
families. General agricultural
and livestock. Refers nces required-
Apply at the United States
Employment Service, 114 N. Main
. Street, Waynesville. Jan. 21-28
FOR SALE Farm and orchard
with 2 houses and barn at bar
gain. Se owner at 312 Walnut
Street, Waynesville. Jan. 21
WANTED Day worker for private
heme. Housekeeping and care
"of. one child, $5.00 per .week.
Apply at the U. S. Employment
Service. Jan 21
This is to give notice that PENAL
TIES will be added to all unpaid 1942
Taxes on the first day of February,
Pay Now And
Save The Penalty
J. L FERGUSON
Tax Collector and Tax Supervisor
Of Haywood County