jfl-RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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fpfl K. 11. VULVAL
Sess To UDC
H1 Chapter, Daugh-
Legion Auxiliary To
Meet On 3rd Tuesday
With The President "
Lr (1f the fall at the
"j, X. Barber on Fri
Mrs. G rover C.
; .ii r ores ided. The
. ai ranged in quanti- !
...mmier flowers. I
I!,,yd had the paper ,
,;. her subject being, I
1 laughters of tne
Mrs. Boyd traced
r, of the group and
. .,. i .'.-ting sidelights
f the chapters.
t. Garrett was named
; i . L. nominating com
v v T. L. Bramlett
"i V- R Ball)er as mem"
... U(iv given of the sale
-Knit. tlags which totaled
" j y .j.nii.
of the candidates for of
'Vthe general organization
ami endorsement made
North Carolina canaiaaie.
fn:Wrs were urgea u hi,:iiu
i .i,...y,nr o-roun meet-
n,Mre olieii, its me tto
jly in need oi wmia i-
. :i-a :
Burlier was ussileu m i -,
l limhtir Mrs (len.
...KIT nV t'l UUUE,....v.. ,
'',. raiity. Special guests of the
jiicy, of Daytona Beach and
f Sarah I.ee Davis, daugh
i;cf Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis,
.:(l,v,- Creek, was among the
3ivood county students to enter
1,'iuni Carolina Teachers College
);. (I. ('. Kelley, of Dayton, has
lined Mr. Kelley at the Waynes
rile Country Club for a several
ays visit here. Mr. Kelley is an
i'tial uf the Dayton Rubber
Miss Alva Joe Moody, daughter
JMr. and Mrs. Clifton Moody, of
a Dellwood Road, leaves today
'(Western Carolina Teachers Col
She is a member of the sen
fos Rnherta Moody, daughter of
fe. and Mrs. Hilliard Moody, of the
Mood Road, leaves today for
iowhee, where she will resume
xr work at Western Carolina
sellers College. She is a member
if the sophomore class.
The regular meeting of
American Legion Auxiliary
be held at the home of Mrs". J
Rev. R. G. Tatum
To Speak At DAR
Lev. Robert G. Tatum reetor of
president, at her home I : race Fe.on-.l ; tv,..
(in Pifreon itn.nl .... V, . . L. :. . i i- u .....
, " unru i ues- -Mountains, will be tile speaker at
uaj in tne month. 1 he members
are a-ked t.
at 3:30 Rell 1
Mrs. Curtis, of
and Mrs. Chas.
Time to Cook with Gas
the Perfect Fuel
Economical Clean Quick
Essotane Metered Service
City gat convenience Installed anywher
Grading Gas Service
Crackeii, of Lake Junaluska, has
returned to his hac, I'. S. Naval
Air Station. Daytona Reach, Fla.
1". Mel i aekeii. seaman
I . S. Navy, who spent
leave uith his parents,
Mr.-. Weaver II Me-
Miss Virginia Jackson
t'l I Ullowhee whete she Will he a
student at Western Carolina Teach
ers College this year.
Rex HosaHock. son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. HosaHock, has entered
Western Carolina Teachers College
where he will be a student this
initial meeting of the Dorcas
ve I hanter of the DaUL'li-
'i ot the American Revolution
h;ch Mill he held tomorrow after
i ion with Mr. Harry Marshall
at :S::!0 o'clock.
Mrs. S. H. llushne!!. ncciit. will
! ! .le am! Mrs. .1. 1'. Abel will
evicw t!H rational magazine
The speaker of the afternoon will
e introduced by Mrs. W. F. Swift,
chairman of the programs for the
coming year-. All members are
urged to be present.
Mrs. Carroll liianchard. of Hert
ford, the former Miss Lillian Fer
guson, daughter of the late Judge
and Mrs. Garland S. Ferguson, is
-pending a month as a guest at
i Mr. and Mrs DuBreuil
Residing On Pigeon St
In Rotha Residence
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. DuBreuil are
now occupying the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rot ha on Pigeon
Street, sine? they moved to Burns
v:lle. They plan to reside later in
Hazelwood in the home of Ensign
and Mrs. Paul Da i-. which they
have leased. Mrs. D-iBreuil is the
former Mrs. Ruth K g Craves.
Mr. and Mrs. Ha Rotha
Now living In Hurnsville
Mr. and Mrs. liaiiy Rotha are
making their heme in Bari.vil'.e
for the next several months. Mr.
Rotha holds a position w.th the
manufacturing company that is
making pipes from dogwood and
rhododindron burls. They have
with them, their daughters, Mrs.
Charles Carter and Miss Tillie
Miss Edna Ferguson, daughter
of .Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
ol Haynesville, route 1, has enter
ed Western Carolina Teachers College-
j Claude Christy, Jr., who has
been visiting his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. W- L. Matnev. left vester-
erguson, I . . ... , ' ,-
v iwi in.i IHMIIC III 'IllWlfl'. 111.1
mother is the former Miss Louise
Matney, of Waynesville.
Miss Gladys Walker, daughter I ,, UbS , ' ,' Stanley, uaugnter oi
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walke re- I ... ' ;rs- J- M. Mamey, oi
n ut-M mi-, ioulc i, ieii .lumuuy
for Cullowhee, where slhe will be
a member of the freshman class of
Western Carolina Teachers College.
sumes her work at Western Caro
lina Teachers College this week
after the summer vacation. Miss
Walker is a member of the sopho
Miss Fannie Howell went to
Cullowhee this week where she en
tered Western Carolina Teachers
College. She will be a member of
the freshman class.
Miss Thelma Ann Jones, daugh
ter of Mrs. Sam Jones, of the Bal
sam Road, left Wednesday for Bris
tol, Va., where she will enter Vir
Mrs. Kate Morris, who has been
in Asheville for the past few
months, has returned home.
Miss Evelyn Pearce, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pearce,
left Monday for Cullowhee, where
she will enter the freshman class
at Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege. Miss Pearce will major in
science and foods.
Miss Louise Rotha left Wednes
day for St. Mary's City, Md., where
she will teach in the science depart
ment of St. Mary's Seminary.
Mrs. Sam McElroy and Virginia
McElroy, of Norfolk, Va., former
ly of Lake Junaluska, stopped here
for a visit en route to see the for
mer's son Cadet Sam McElroy, Jr.,
who is now stationed in Decatur,
Mrs. C. H. Chamblee, the former
Miss Nan Sentelle, daughter of i
the late Rev. and Mrs. R. A- Sen
telle. left this week for her home
in Florida, after visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Will K. Boone, and other
Clem Satterthwaite, Jr., of At
lanta, was the recent guest of his
sister, Mrs. Ernest L. Withers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prevost and
daughter, Joan, and son, Ralph,
Jr., have gone to Myrtle Beach for
a couple of weeks. Their young
daughter, Lane Prevost, is visiting
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Prevost, during the absence
of her parents.
Miss Carroll Bell returned home
from Macon, Ga., this week, where
she visited Dr. and Mrs. William
Green Lee and Mrs. Madison Lee.
Dr. and Mrs. Lee and their daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Lee were the re
cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Car
roll Bell, and Miss Bell accom
panied them home for a visit.
W- R. Francis, who is on the
personnel staff of the North Caro
lina Shipbuilding Company, will
arrive today from Wilmington to
spend a few days with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hardin, of
Mocksville, spent the week-end
here with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hardin.
Mrs. Frank Powell and daughter,
Kathryn, of Morganton. visited Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Knight last Friday.
They were accompanied home by
Mrs. James Knight and daughter,
Mr and Mrs. Clyde Jordan and
son, Darwin, spent the week-end
in North South Carolina, with the
latters mother, Mrs. Ellen Hooker.
They were accompanied there by
Lum Southerland of Canton.
Mrs. H. C. Shumacker, of Spar
tanburg, spent several days here
during the past week with her
mother, Mrs. T- N. Massie.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hyatt of
Washington, Mr. and Mrs. David
Hyatt, of Wilmington, and Mr. and
Mrs. Lachlan Hyatt and small son
of Newport News, have returned
to t hoi r homes after visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hyatt
at their home on the Fairview
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Minchen
lave leturned to their home in
New York after visiting relatives
here. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Milas Ferguson and Mrs.
Clint I.upton. who will make them
Miss Anne and Miss Corrio Kerr,
f A-hoville. were the guests on
i ae-day of their niece, Mrs. Hugh
Massie. They were .ueompanied
home by their sister. Mrs. John
K. Boone, who will visit them for
Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Tate hnd
as I heir guests over the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Scruggs and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tate, of New
ton. Pfc. Charles G. Miller, Jr., with
ihe engineer corps, returns today
Mrs. Lawrence Jones left last
week for Fort Myers, Florida,
where she will reside for an indefi
nite time with her husband who
is stationed there with the U. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Moody and
son, Howard, of Knoxville, are vis
iting the Misses Howells and oth
er relatives here.
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INTRODUCING "Ilex", black pan
ther kitten who U making her
debut at the San Francisco Zoo. Al
though her appearance is anything
but mean, the black panther is
termed the most vicious of cats.
Hex is no exception, having already
clawed a keeper. (International;
Mrs. XV. T. Crawford returned
Monday night from Durham, where
she received treutment at Duke
Hospital last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Miller
have as their guest Miss Louise
Jennette, of Raleigh.
! Methodist Women To
Hold Annual Picnic
At Bradley Home
The circles of the Woman's So
ciety of Christian Service will
hold their annual picnic next Wed
nesday afternoon, the loth, at the
home of Mrs. W. A Bradley. They
will meet at 5 o'clock, after which
supper will be served at 6:30.
Family night is being observed and
I the members are expected to ask
j their husbands to supper.
j Clinton MehatTey has returned
to his home in Salem, 111., after
! spending several days here with
I hi luiivnts. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson
MehatTey. at their home on the
Mrs. Paul Davis and two chil
dren left last week for Shelby,
where they will reside with Mrs.
Davis' parents for an indefinite
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'iiirii. i s Mountain Fire Tower
: V.inl:i.-,2, and R. E. Cald-
N'". Y-.'ini.'JOT. Finder please
in good condition,
nahle. Phone 291-M.
'.N'TTJi TO BUY Automatic
ili' g machine. Will pay
Write Box 511, Wavnes-
M?T-'! Hation Books No. 1, is
;v " t iinie- of Dell Lanning,
Tanning, Athel Gillett.
;' !' please return to Mrs.
'-:'tr.ing, Clyde, route 1.
Ilaiioi Book No. 2, issued
f ;.av" "f Halice Ann Cole
"' !'li :io return to Dr. M.
fI Mahal, Waynesville.
I Miss Charlene Rotha left during
the week for Burnsville, where
I she will visit her parents, Mr. and
' Mrs. Harry Rotha, for a few days
ll..r..l-,. n-.onn. 4.. AT . .1
-..i...,v --oif- o, .noi iinum Kir me.
Fuel oil coupon sheet, is- ' winter. Miss Rotha has a teaching
FOR RENT Home by year,
across street from Central Ele
mentary School. Call 2."il)-J after
T p. m. Sept. 9
sued in name of Mrs. Cash Cald
well, No. V.'iOTliWl. Finder please
return to this dlliec. Sept. 9
position at the North
School for the Deaf.
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SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
For FT...for COMFORT
...for WEAR. ..HIDDEN
QUALITY. . .the reason
wise parents will huy these
nationally famous children's
shoes which ij nut an tee the best
ruluc through and through.
What the WEATHER-BIRD S -Point
Standard of Value Means to You
I. 10NCER WEAR BrO mulrxolt aa, lubl.
pprl workmonilup PIUS t'liu rttntoiiemtnli
in vital hidden paiti
2. LASTING FIT Ihoy hold ilip(( hoPe bfin-t
3. fOOI FORMID LASIS Amplr loomol boll nod to,
fighl height heel aid noimnl loot dc vf lonw nl.
4. C0MF0RI ABIE HIXIBIIIIY Due to lui..
5. CAN ALWAYS 6L HH'AlHtU Brcaui ot tiurdy
STOLEN 1 bicycle wheel, i tire
1 tube. The one who got sann
can return now and there will (
class at W.
"Jtrar Ration Book No. 1,
name of Oliver Jethro
p r nj i i
u. 1 oiuci piease return
Aug 26 Sept 2-9
Vf''A Ration Books B and A
E!i name of Mrs- w- c-p"-cy-
Kinder please return.
?""n street, Waynesville.
II5T T '
"((1C Ul iUlB.
Drown TlJ l
turn in pi 1 "mer P'ease re"
r 111 ranner Ave., Waynes-
Aug. 26 Sept. 2-9
;mems- furnished or unfurn.
Wmi' "L town on beautiful
App ;fn ?lhts- Co1 a"d quiet.
Aae ol c n Howell, Jr.
J!' -6 S:pt. 2-9-1 fi.
I-Ost r " '
-annmg sugar certificates
Er'k vIound and one 5-pound.
m.-, ,1- 670374-322. 670375-322
5T03- mi W6 '4"322. 670375-322,
t . , 322. RPf,,PT, f r tj r
e5'. 36 Pigeon Street.
Aus 19-26-Ront 2
ple trep , logs ana ap-
Spot JU es or shuttle blocks.
itM ,f del'very to my mill
ti "Wi,d Rad- For spe-
mill a vnees ge me at
fc 412' nr Wnte me P. 0.
li Waynesville, N. C
19-26 SepS0" '
.Alis Kuhy Frances linnvii goes
to Cullowhee this week, where she
will resume her work at Western
li'-.a Ten, h,o r,, 11, M,v.
not he any further investigation. liw attended the summer school
I have serial number of tin . tube .,, ,), rniv. rsj. v of North Caro-,
and wheel. Howard Stton. i,a ., r,,n ,,,,,,,.,,- ,)f hor
'pt 9' work theic spent a brief vacation
here with her parents, Mr. and
FOR SALE--One used Marrellus Mrs. .1. ('. Iirown. She will he a
piano, in good condition. See menih. r of the junior
Sarah Stone at Raler.tinc's Gro- C T C
eery. S' pt. 9
T'vt. Scott. Allen Mehaffey has
villi bALh-l'UU acres, the best returned to ( amn Swift Tevns
stock farm in the county large after -pending some time here
apple orchard, tobacco allotment, veiling relatives and friends,
plenty water, mica prospects,
newly surveyed and new fence Si an" Sergeant Roe Hill hi re
all way l'ound. Enough pulp- i u rncl to ("a ?n p Afa xcv TVxas
wood and timber to pay for after spending a 10-day ic'ave here'
place. Near Cruso and paved M ,s. Hill and daughter will mm.lJ
?12.0fi0.00. H. R. Milner. here for the nr,t tv, v. ...
6ept. 9, .,.n with Sgt. Hill in Texas for
the nnt thrpo mnntho
LOST Sugar ration book No. 1
SCHOOL SHOES - - YOU BET
We offer this Fall. School Shoes (hat are exceptional
for the war conditions existing.
In price, type, and size we believe that we can
meet vour needs satisfactorily.
issued in name of Miss Debrayda
Fisher. Finder please return to
Employment Office, Waynesville.
VOR SALE One large refrigera
tor. Apply Wayside Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright have
returned to Newport News after
spending a short vacation here.
Miss Hazel Davis and Marshall
Mitchell, of Newport News, Va.,
have returned home after spending
a week here with the latter's moth-
LOST Pocketbook Between1 Gulf ! er- Mrs' Robt- Mitchell, and sister,
Filling Station on Main street I Mrs. Annie Love Mitchell Talia
and Paul L. Young Taxi Lot. ferro.
Contained between $18 and $28
in cash, army registration card, ' Mis Hilda Way left Tuesday
fire department card, T gas book 1 for Kannapolis, where she will
in name of Eugene Wright, teach in the schools of that town,
chauffeur's license. If finder will
mail pocketbook and cards and 1 R- B. Davenport, manager of
. other contents, they may keep ' Pet Dairy Products Company here,
money. Address Paul L. Younar, has returned from a business trip
Waynesville. Sept. 9-16-23; to Bowling Green, Ky., and other
1 points in that area.
THE GABLES Attractively fur-.
nished apartment, conveniently
arranged. Five rooms. Adults.
Hazelwood. Sept. 9
LOST Brown billfold containing
classification, Social Security, and
Registration cards. Finder please
return to William A. Hurst, Rt.
1, Box 432, Waynesville.
Miss Juanita Noland, of Lake
Junaluska, has returned home
after spending the summer in New
York. For the past two and a
half months she has been employ
ed by the Westinghouse Electric
Company in their offices on Wall
Street. Miss Noland plans to enter
Berea College in Nbvember.
8 '.a to 11
S'i to 11
DRESS SHOES .
IP to J
IP2 to 2
2 to 5'2
2 '2 to 5' 2
2V2 to 5'-2
8V2 to 11
8V2 to 11
11 to 3
11 to 3
3 to 5 '4
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