THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER
Rally Day Program!
To Be Held At
A special program of Promotion
and Rally Day will be held in the
Longs Chapel Methodist Church at
Lake Junaluska. Sunday morning,
September 20, from ten to eleven
o'clock. Teachers in the Sunday
school giving short talks will lie
Mrs. K. C. Long, Mrs. R. H. Ter
rell, Mrs. Elizabeth Reeves, Mrs.
Ed Ballanger, Mrs. Hugh Noland,
Mrs. Uracil? Medford, T. J. Kincher,
and tlie pastor, Rev. Miles A. Me-j
The Junior class will sing a song, :
"This Is My Father's World." under i
the direction of Miss Dorothy,
Chancy. Miss Francis Williams;
will read the Scripture lesson, and j
Tyson Cathey will dedicate the !
offering, which will go toward the
work of the State Board of Educa
tion of the Methodist Church. Mrs.!
W. 1'. Leatherwood, secretary of j
fk-ates of promotion. j
Children promoted from the. Be
Children promoted from the eB- ;
ginners to the Primary Depart
ment are Patty Gillett, Diana
Jones, Ned Ensley, Joan Leather
wood, Edwin Medford, Betty Bal
langer, Francis Bracket, Nancy
Noland, Shirly Caldwell, Joan Mc-
Cracken, Edward Leatherwood. j
Children promoted from the Pri
mary to the Junior Department
are: Mary Ann Liner, Teddy Jones, j
Wayne urawioru, Kenny i.ou .Bed
ford, Sue Carver, James Morrow,
Janie Sue Fie, Julia Ann Cagle. and
Pupils promoted from the Jun
ior to the Intermediate Depart
ment are: Delores Underwood, Nat
alie Jones, Peggy McCracken,
Emily McCracKen, Charles Ray
Howell, Edwin Terrell, Howard
Liner, Flora Parton and Beatrice
Students promoted from the In
termediate to Senior Department
are: Billy Joe Jaynes, Francis Wil
liams, Joyce Underwood, Dorothy
Waters, David McCracken, Joe
Terrell and Cecil Medford.
Members on the program com
mittee are Mrs. W. P. Leatherwood
and Mrs. R. C. Long. Mrs. Robert
Jones will play the piano during
the program. R. H. Terrell is
Superintendent of the Sunday
At Fort Dix
Master Wayne Rathbone, of
Maggie, medical case, is improving.
Miss Edith Noland, of Clyde, op
tative case, is better-
Mrs. Coburn Styles, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is resting
mure eomfiirtabl v.
Mrs. M. K. Snyder, of Waynes
ville, operative case, is improving.
HE'LL KNOW BETTER NEXT TIME
Miss Beatrice Johnson, of Can
ton, operative case, is better.
fri red from
SCT. CHARLES D
who was recentlv trail.-
Edwards, Mass., is
at Fort Dix, N. J
was inducted in December, l'J12,
at Fort Jackson, and from there
was sent to Platt.-burg Barracks,
Plattsburg, N. Y., for six months
training with the engineering
corns. From Plattsburg he
transferred to Camp
i 1 r to e'i'
Sgt. Keller wa
ager . tile i
His wife, th(
I Weaver Duckett, of Spring
I Creek, operative case, is resting
Jim Ferguson, of Fines Creek,
operative case, is improving.
The condition of Mrs. Will Maid
in, of Waynesville, route 2, opera
tive case, is good.
ring the service
owner and man-
i ..nners Exchange,
former Miss Jewel
sometime with her
he was stationed at
Mrs. Phil Maples, of Canton,
route 2, operative case, is better.
Hugh Rathbone, of Clyde, medi
cal case, is improving.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
Service Men May
Vote Next Year
RALEIGH. Secretary of State
Thad Euro says that North Caro
lina service men over 21 years of
age may vote next year in both
the Democratic primary and in the
general election under the state's
Eure .said in letters to 1,200 ser
vice men in all parts of the world
who have applied for absentee bal
lots under the federal war ballot
act that the federal laws applied
only to federal candidates and to
general elections. He added, how-
125 Main Street
DR. R. KING HARPE
Canton, N. C.
Private Hubert W. Dean, of
Sylva, operative ease, is resting
' ' 1
Reveal Busy Life
Private Carl E. Hopkins, of Vir
i ginia, and Sgt. Clifton R. Ashe,
if Texas, are here on furloughs.
The eighth grade of Cullowhee
high school elected the following
class officers: Billie Styles, presi
dent; Jessie T. Flake, vice presi
dent and Doris Ensley, secretary.
THIS IS A SAD MOMENT In the life of "Commando," the mascot of the
Amphibian Engineers of the 3rd Special Brigade. He was courtmartialed
and reduced In rank for going A.W.OI twice. Sgt. Paul Gilham, New
Marshfield, O.; tapes pfc. stripes on him as "Commando" sniffs goodbye
to the major's oak leaf he wore before his derelictions. (International )
A farewell party was given Wed
nesday night, September 15, for
Clifford Moses and George Craw
ford, Jr., who are leaving for the
army September 23. Refreshments
were served following games and
entertainments. A large crowd
The senior class of Cullowhee
high school has elected the follow
ing officers for the coming year:
Clyde Pressley, president; Tom
my Moses, vice president; Dorothy
Lee Romine, secretary; Ella Fran
ces Hooper, treasurer; social com
mittee: Rebecca Nan Smith, chair
man, Mary Louise Crawford, Ruth
Sutton, Anna Norton and Eugene
vouij aim ui'
Phillips. The panic ,
Cox's Cove, a ca:r.j: :..
and refreshments ivf!,.'
A large group attir
one had a nice timt.
A O Tl i;
All persons , ... ,
notice that the uim, ;
Parton, who ua- t
abandonment a' u , j
11M3, of the S u ; -' ..'
Haywood Cunty a.-. ;
tence imposed, ha ,
tion to tlu- ( .
roles for a pai U!,
a reasonable ri in-. . .
to oppose Mich a; ; !
sioner at Raleigh. N ,
This Septcm.H-i- ;
No. 1325 Sept. l
ford and baby, Master Harley Al
len, Floyd Shelton, Horace B.
Montgomery and Gilbert Reeves.
Among those discharged during
the past week from the Haywood
County Hospital were the follow
ing: Mrs. Lowe Parton and baby,
Master Roy Singleton, Mrs. Hil
liard Pless, Mrs. Hubert Wines,
Mrs. Paul Hyatt, Mrs. Lewis Bur
ress, Mrs. Ralph Teague, E. J.
Mrs. Harley Queen, Mrs. W. R.
Haney, Mrs. Chester Ingram, Miss
Thomasine Noland, Mrs- H. L.
Page, Mrs. Albert Price and baby,
Clayton Moore, Baby William
Mills, Master Howell Chambers,
Mrs. W. E. Reece.
Baby Patricia Underwood, Miss
Mary Anne Moore, Roy Haynes,
Mrs. Dan Putman, Mrs. Horace
James and baby, Mrs. Ralph Craw-
ever, that state law permits absen
tee voting in both primaries and
general elections for any candidate
by service men registered in their
home counties or precincts.
Those unregistered, he said, may
register by proxy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crawford,
of Waynesville, route 2, announce
the birth of a daughter on Sep
Mr. and Mrs- Horace James, of
Clyde, route 1, announce the birth
of a son on September 16th.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gregge, of
Hazelwood, announce the birth of
a daughter on September 17th.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Warren,
of Lake -Junaluska, announce the
birth of a son on September 17th.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cagle, of Ha
zelwood, announce the birth of a
son on September 19th.
Mr. and Mrs- Lloyd Fish, of
Luck, announce the birth of a son
on September 19th.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Singleton, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on September 19th.
Mr nnd Mrs. Sam Ferguson, of
Clyde, route 1, announce the birth
of a son on September 19th.
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J. E. Sales, of Beaverdam, to
Nancy Nora Bell Henson, of East
William Lerov Davis to Nola
Kirkpatrick, both of Waynesville.
Donald J. Long, of Abbeville, S.
C. to Ruth Evalena Moody of Can
ton. James H. Crawford, of Harville,
Mo. to James Agnes Grace, of Hazelwood.
Mrs. Paul Hamilton and small
daughter, Eucella, of Lenoir City,
Tenn., are visiting Mrs. Hamil
ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Fullbright, of Cullowhee.
The senior class gave their reg
ular party September 16. The
members of the faculty attending
were: Miss Kathleen Davis, Dr.
A. L. Bramlett, Mrs. Carl Killian,
Miss Nelle Bond, C. A. Hoyle, Miss
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The undersigned, will on Fd
September "li, i;ii.jt at jj
A. M at the Gum H,.'
in the Town of Waynesvillf
sen to me highest biddef
cash, one 1932 Kurd dupe,
XNO. la-l-j.sy, said sale being!
to satisfy the lien that the uf
signed has on said AutomobiH
laDor periormed on said au
bile and for storage of said
This the 31st day of A
No. 1322 Sept. H-10-23
Judging from some of the howls
on the home-front the men in the
service are enjoying the war.
I will give private lessons at the home of the stl
dent on the following instruments Piano, Violin, C
net. One half hour, or more time if desired by studei
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