THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Forty-Three Men Placed
Jn Class 1-A During Week
Forty-three men were placed in
daL 1-A by the local draft board
Ling the past week, according to
Jl derk of the board. In the
oup were: Walter Scroggins,
Bud FhilliP Earl Fate Medford.
grover James Price, Orville David
MTesse Jenkins, John Ralph Camp
Mi Jack Sease, Jr., Scot Allen
jlehaffey, Jack Monroe Teague,
Charles Waywin Ross, Joe Arthur
Brackett, James Oliver Carver,
John Brown, Carl Richmond
Bridges, Thomas Jackson Ingram,
Woodiow Queen, Floyd Fullbright,
Zemery Floyd Messer, Clyde Rufus
Carl Hannah, Julius Bynum
Miller, Henry Rufus Caldwell,
germit Lee Robertson, Edgar Lon
Ammons, Wilson Hoil Phillips,
Billy Curtis, Lyneal Bruce Trout
man, James Wayne West, Vivian
Ward, Yoder Davis Messer, Mont
M. Putnam, William McKinley
Hampton, Jr., Ernest Colman Led
ford, Ralph Kewis Duckett, Clyde
Louis Smith, Neal Campbell Leath
erwood, Ernest Monroe Sutton,
Coleman Lean Swanger, and John
Guy Virgil Grogan was placed
in class 3-A.
William Lester Rathbone and
George Virgil Rogers were put in
Edward Loyd Chambers and
John Henry Ruff were placed in
James Clifford King was placed
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Following Men In
This column is devoted to news of
men serving their country. 8uch
news is solicited from parents and
friends of these men. When writing,
be sure to sign your name.
"Remember Pearl Harbor"
Staff Sgt. Wm. D. Turner
spends 10-Uay Furlough
StarT Sergeant William D. Turn
er left Friday after spending a
ten-day furlough here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Turn
er. Sgt. Turner, who volunteered,
was inducted in the service a
year ago at Fort Jackson.
From Jackson he was sent to
Kessler Field, and then transfer
red to Tyndall Field, and from
there to his present station at the
army air base at Columbia, 8. C.
From Columbia he is being
transferred to Officers Candidate
School at Fort Benning, and after
training in the infantry school
he will be transferred back to the
Sgt. Turner is a graduate of
Berea College, where he made an
Two Haywood Boys
At Keesler Field
Nearly 150 soldiers from North
and South Carolina have enrolled
as students on Kessler Field'rs
great airmlane mechanics school,
a unit of the Army Air Forces
Technical training Command.
In the group are two Haywood
County boys: Private Herbert F.
Grooms, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Grooms, of Canton, route 3,
and Private G rover D. Rice, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Rice,
of Canton, route 1.
These men have already complet.
ed their basic training and will
now undergo 16 weeks instruction
on hugh B-24 "Liberator" Bombers,
and at the successful completion of
the course will be qualified for ac
tive line duty, servicing and main
taining these big four-ongined
in class 3-B.
Placed in class 2-C were: Solo
mon Green Berry Messer, Thomas
Hunter Worsham, Jr., Mark Grem
Rathbone, Joseph Meek Allison and
Coy Ray Gunter.
Placed in class 4-F were: Julius
Allen, Erbert James, Napoleon
Bonepart Franklin, James Mal
combu Messer, and Ernest Ken
Fred Inman was placed in class
Civile L. Peek was put in class
Grade 3 Tires
On Parris Island
PVT. LEE J. FERGUSON, who
has recently returned to active
duty after a 12-day furlough.
Pvt. Lee J. Ferguson
Returns To Parris Island
Private Lee J. Ferguson, U. S.
Marine Corps, has returned to
Parris Island after spending a 12
day furlough with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Ferguson, at
their home on route 1, clyde.
Pvt. Ferguson completed his
basic training on December 29th,
and has been assigned to the air
corps. He was engaged in farm
ing at the time he volunteered for
Mr. And Mrs. II. F.
McElroy Have Three
Sons In Service
Three sons of Mr. und Mrs. H.
F. McElroy, of Clyde, route 1, are
serving in the armed forces.
Private Joseph R. McElroy, who
is now visiting his parents, has
been in the army since last May.
He is stationed at Camp Polk, La.
PFC. Billy McElroy ended his
furlough several days ago and has
returned to San Francisco.
Pvt. Paul McElroy is stationed
at Fort Bragg.
All three soldiers are graduates
of the Fines ('reek school.
Pvt. Sam Lester Inman
Home On Furlough
Private Sum Lester Inman, now
stationed at Fort Bragg, is spend
ing a ten-day furlough here with
his wife, and his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Inman.
Pvt. Inman has been in the ser
vice for the past ten months. He
was inducted at Fort Bragg and
from there was transferred to
Custer, Mich., then to Camp Grub
er, Okla. From the latter he was
transferred to Camp Grant, III.,
and then back U Fort Bragg.
Pvt. Richard Lovedahl
Arrives In Australia
Private Richard Lovedahl has
notified his mother, Mrs. M. C.
Lovedahl, of his safe arrival in
Australia. Mrs. Lovedahl received
the letter about two weeks ago,
lating that he had landed in Aus
tralia the 16th of December.
HOME ON FURLOUGH
Corporal Cecil Gaddy, who was
inducted in the service several
months ago is spending his first
furlough hire with his mother, Mrs.
Young Gaddy is a graduate of
Waynesville Township High School,
and was employed before going into
service in the office of the Unagusta
He is now stationed at Camp
Mr. And Mrs. Plott
Have 2 Daughters
Ensigns In Navy
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Plott, of
the Maggie section, have two
daughters who are serving as
ensigns in the U. S. Navy Nurs
Ensign Lucille Plott, graduate
of the Newark City Hospital, of
Newark, N. J., has safely arrived
at her destination "somewhere in
the Pacific", according to a mes
sage received by her parents. She
has been in the service for the
past two years, and has been sta
tioned at the Naval Hospital at
Another daughter, Ensign Mari
jorie Plott, who visited her par
ents during the holidays, is now
stationed at the Naval Hospital in
Ensign Plott volunteered in De
cember and was called into active
service on January 6th. She is
also a graduate of the Newark
City Hospital and since her grad
uation has been connected with the
Pvt. Robt Gudger Palmer
Stationed At Camp Hood
Private Robert Gudger Palmer,
formerly of Waynesville, is now
stationed at Camp Hood, Texas,
where he is attached to the tank
Prior to his entering the service,
Pvt. Palmer was employed by the
Dayton Rubber Company. He is
the son of Mrs. G. N. Palmer, of
Clyde, formerly of Cataloochee.
Earl J. Ramey, Jr.
Volunteers In Navy
Karl J. Ramey, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Ramey, of Lake
Junaluska, volunteered in the U. S.
Navy two weeks ago. He was
employed at Bainbridge, Md., at
the time he volunteered.
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PVT. CHARLES J. SHEEHAN,
who is no wstationed at Port
Monmouth, N. J., has been pro
moted to corporal.
Chas. J. Sheehan Receives
Promotion To Corporal
Charles J. Sheehan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Sheehan, has re
cently been promoted to corporal
after taking a special course in
high speed fixed radio operation.
Cpl. Sheehan is now stationed
at the Eastern Signal Corps school
at Port Monmouth, N. J. He vol
unteered in August, 1942. He was
inducted at Washington, D. C.
Prior to his entering the ser
vice Cpl. Sheehan was employed
by the Pet Dairy Products Com
P. F. C. Harold Queen, who is
stationed at Camp Livingston, La.,
is spending a week here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Queen,
at their home on the Fairview road.
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Captain David Stentz
Promoted To Major
Captain David Stentz, U. S. Air
Corps, has been promoted to Major,
it was learned here during the week.
Major Stents has been in the ser
vice Bince September, 1940. He is
now serving with the Air Force in
Northern Africa. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Stentz.
Major Stentz had his training at
Hicks Field, Randolph Field and
was graduated at Barksdale Field,
La., with the rank of second Lieu
tenant. He was promoted to first
Lieutenant in 1942. He served
several months as operations offi
cer on the Pacific coast. From
there he was transferred to Wash
ington, D. C. He was commission
ed a Captain in June. 1942. He
has been overseas since last Au
His wife and young month-old
son are with the former's parents,
Captain and Mrs. W. F. Swift.
Sgt. Vinson Leming Is
ouincnucic in aiucu
Sergeant Vinson Leming, son of
Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Leming, is now
stationed "somewhere in Northern
Africa." He left Waynesville with
the National Guard unit in Sep
tember, 1940, and was stationed at
Fort Jackson over two years. He
has been overseas since October.
He first landed in England and was
transferred to his present location.
Sgt. Leming was employed by
the Uneeda Biscuit Company prior
to his entering the service.
His brother, PFC. Joe Leming,
M. P., is stationed at Fort Ben
ning. He was inducted at Fort
Jackson and was transferred from
there five months ago. Prior to his
entering the service he was em
ployed by Massie Furniture Com
pany. Private Ralph Tate left Sunday
for Camp Livingston, La., after
spending a week here with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Tate.
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Pvt. John Hill Arrives
Safely In Africa
Private John Hill has arrived
safely in Africa, according to
letter received by his parent, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Hill, of Waynesville,
Pvt. Hill left with Company "H
in Kpntjtmher 1940 and has been
... r t
in the service since that date. He
was stationed at Fort Jackson for
arm inn 99 months and from then
was transferred to Camp Pickett,
Pvt. Hill is a graduate ox the
Waynesville high school
Warrant Officer Bobby
Sloan Visits Here
Warrant Officer Bobby Sloan, U.
S. Army, spent a few daya her
during the week with his father.
Hugh J. Sloan. He is now stationed
at Fort Blanding, Fla.
Warrant Officer Sloan has been
in the service for the past two
years and was inducted at Fort
Jackson, where he has been station
ed the greater part of the time he
has been in the service.
Prior to his volunteering in the
armed forces he held a position
with the A- C. Lawrence Leathher
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