f SEPTEMBER 23, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
ooil county now
Brothers Serving In Armed Forces
quotas oi ammu-
'V, ;lnd shotguns ior
i the farm under a
,,,-der of the War
!,,,!, ;t was announced
,'i'n A. Boyd, chair
i',,i;r.ty USDA War
-,,,, i s was worked
P hv the War Food
" . j A
I, ill and IS UCBlgiieu m
and livestock raisers
j,rt.s and snoigun ntrii
,.f their crops and
ii.i predatory atti-
bS11 "". i... n,l ciH
.Tir War r
u shortage oi ammunition
K -WSXKittSmiimiK: ! iiv.:!SS,r
, . 1
n: .,..jiaTnrv nmmMis
tontruiii"K (ii ..- j -bT1K"
he declared. "Because
,k enornmus demand of the
....... ummiinitinn. Ipsa
three per cent ui "
j,. has been avaname w tun-
IN, " . , .
. This new (JiuKiam 10 uvoig"-
M make available small quan
.nitinn through reETl-
.i., -hunnt Is.
je supplemental allotment, ai
' armers to purchase 50-.22 cal-
n i .1 nn
rjm hre rine canriugts, u
... riri,- cartridges, and 25
'pn shells provided they se-
i. . .......tinta nrirtv fn On-
... i .... tni-u- written orders are
n;i iii s bv that date. Be-
. c. .. .mi i.'v t i ana lMovpmoer
. . . . ,.v....iit thdcp u'hri novo
,vn (ir i!ii red me iarmers
n,,(:i -iv nnrchase simi-
. im.inn; s ni ammunition, it is
in nriler, however, that
....... ti!,.l (Itirinir the nprind
, . x. I in ...Ml
-inlHi:,. h XOVt'nillHI in Will
hffilliil until all requests from
i . ! t hii!i i-omi 1 o f ah 1
n . . 1 1
"-ammunition, farmers will be
: u-e on their own farms by
ifl . UiI.lL Lilt- ,-UCL 11 UUUia IlflH
: bten ordered previously, and
i: the ammunition will not be
. j . 1 . "x
.um'iiu'i in r o anuws iarmers
D.rcnase l raiiner rnrt-
1" Mil. LBlLllUgCO,
ti 25 shotgun shells during any
"This special quota,"' Mr. Boyd
jm out, "is in addition to the
arterly allotments of ammuni-
n o me rs. am nrnpra tnv
wiar aimtniMits tor the fourth
arter shnuld be placed immedia-
iy after September 30. Orders
-. regular mini quarter allotments
aw fecial quota must be olac-
SMfire (letnber 1 at which timp
T '; I.il- I h,... -
i:v:,::in i.ther than farmers an-
'r.T fur thl' mnpiul nnnfo rf oyv
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SMITH'S DRUG STORE
Mr. and Mrs. William Norman, of Waynesville, route 1, have
two sons in the service. They are Staff Sergeant Nathan Norman,
(left to right), who recently spent a 20-day furlough here with his
parents and has returned to Camp Carson, Col. Sgt. Norman has
recently come back from the Pacific area where h served at Guadal
canal and New Caledonia. He volunteered in the army in HMO and
received his basic training at Fort Bragg.
Private First Class Marion E. Norman, who entered the service
in 1942, is now stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash. He was sent from
the induction center to Camp Wheeler, Ga., where he served until
he was sent to his present post of duty.
Hrailli v, et u.
TRANSACTIONS IN ,
liCCll rLSlttte 1 W CM Iv.iIiin li;,,,rir, II
4. P.w,,r-,Lrl t llnnZiu VfM ' SehllMlakrl. ,.t UN.
;W. T Miller, U. S. Navy,
I Now Serving Overseas
Chief Boatswain's Mate W. T.
Miller, son of J- L. Miller, of Way
nesville. who has been in charge
of the Recruiting station in Clarks
burg, West Va. since July, lt'42.
is now serving overseas.
He enlisted in the navy at the
age of Ui years in l!l;l and served
twenty years in active duty, six
teen of which were at sea. He was
on an inactive statu in the tleet
reserve fur four year prim- to
World War number 2.
During his years at ea he serv
ed on 11 different ship which in
cluded the V. S. S. Rochester, V .
S. S. Reed, I'. S. S. Toucev, V. S.
S. Pittsburgh, U. S. S. Pecos. V. S.
S. Nitro, V. S. S. Salinas, V. S.
S. Hannibal. V. S. S. Canioiant.
a subchaser and the I'. S. S. Si-gourney.
While stationed aboard the sub
chaser, he served in the Panama
I Canal Zone for two years. Dur
j ing the present war he served
auoara me u- a. . sigourncy,
which was later given by this coun
try to Great Britian.
Before serving in Clarksburg,
Chief Boatswain Miller and his
wife resided in Charleston, West
Va., where he was on duty at the
West Virginia capital's recruit
ing station. Mrs. Miller and dau
ghter will remain in Clarksburg
for the present.
At St. John's
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Of This Week-)
Noblv Jenkins, to T- H. Haym
C. R. Clark, et ux to R. J. Green. (Jaddis
R. C. Sellers to Howard H.
Robert Snyder, et ux to Paul S.
Francis, et ux.
James B. Medford, et ux to
Howard Leatherwood, et ux.
J. E. Massie, et ux to N. W.
Gaddis, et ux.
Wade Wilson, et ux to Willie
Carver, et ux.
Walter G. Smathers, et ux to T.
nor used ior sale or as a gut, ami
that present stocks on hand or on
order do not exceed 100-.22 caliber
rifle cartridges. 20 center fire cart
ridges or 50 shotgun shells.
Certificates necessary for mak
ing application for supplemental
ammunition may be reproduced,
and may be obtained from the
County USDA War Board, he
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
Ansel Medford to Mary Hum-
Vance Muse, et ux to Engine
Craig, et ux.
Boone Medford, et UX to Mrs.
J- M. Long, et ux to Boone Med
ford, et ux.
Boone Medford, to Sainniie Chap
man, et ux.
George H. McNabli, et u x to
Fred Lewis, et ux.
Mal.el 1. Mom field to F. II.
Maker, i l ux.
PAR El THEATRE
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
Thursday-Friday September 23-24
Action In The North Atlantic
Starring H. Bogart and R. Massey.
Saturday September 25
With Chas. Starrett and K. Harris,
10:30 P. M.
LATE SHOW -
Behind The Eight Ball
with Ritz Brothers and (J. Hruce.
Sunday September 26
"The Sky's The Limit"
Starring Fred Astaire and J. Leslie.
Monday-Tuesday - September 27-28
e "So Proudly We Hail"
Starring Claudette Colbert and P. Goddard.
Wednesday September 29
With Bobby Readick and Wm. Gargan.
Announced This Week
The following reclassifications
ui re announced by the local draft
board s rving the Waynesville area
of the county, during the past week:
Benjamin R. Mashburn was put
in class 1-A.
James C. Helms was put in class
Bengim H. Stricklan was placed
in class 2-A.
Placd in class 2-C were, M. B.
Reeves, Jr.. and J. D. Smith.
Clarence W. Muse was placed in
Browdy M. Messer was put in
Ralph R. Whitehousp was put in
Osborne H. Foster was placed in
Seaman W. R. McClure
Returns To Great Lakes
S:aman Second Class William R.
McClure, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn McClure, of route I, has re
turned to the Naval training station
at Great Lakes after spending a
nine-day leave here with his par
ents. Seaman McClure volunteered in
the Naval Reserve on July 7, of this
year and his leave came at the com
pletion of his boot training. He
expects to be transferred from
Great Lakes shortly after his ar
rival there. Before entering the
service Seaman McClure was ,a
member of the senior class of the
Waynesville Township high school.
( 'barlie 1 '. M , a!vi v. el u to
Glenn Campbell, e! u.
.Minnie Sutton and Alnev Me-
hni rrriln in hurlshin , ,. , . , . . ' ,.
' hall e , et all to I ha i lie 1 . Me
,1. 0. Hall, et ux to 1). ('. Tur- )lar,.v
L'1 UN'-.. , , ' K:v liiadlev. it ux. ami J. A.
James Lit m,. ,., ux to On, lie , ()W (,, uv a )n (.aM
Llfonl- 1,1 UN- . well, el ux.
Haywood Chapman, et ux to . HaUj(, ,.;lm)l(.1 .,,, iuishiimi,
J. Brown et ux (;,(.nM ,.. , , -h.41.lk. MebalVev.
L. L- Santord, et ux to J. A. ,
Hinson, et ux. J, , ,, , ( ,, , , Tnr,tsliii
Rov Hampton, et ux to ( hallos
ii ,- , .Marion dreell, el ux In J. I-.
i ranklm King, et ux.
. Ki)e, et UX.
Cecil Toinixhiit ' " , .
, 1 II (iii)tenrilli- I tt ic ii s ft i p
Florence White to Charles (.! r. "wilhtun, to James N.
Crumpton. Ujardner. et ux.
Ed Isenhour, et ux to Stevenson
I. R. Gaddis. et ux to Robert
Canton Man Promoted
From Captain To Major
In a list of recent promotions an
nounced by the War Department
from Washington of ollicers and
orders directing newly appointed
oHiccrs to proceed from tin ir homes
for active duly, was the name of
Captain Phillip (ihnn Kinken. of
Newfound Street, ('anion. Cap
lain Kinken was promoted to Ma
jor. Harold Francis Loaves
For San Francisco
Harold Francis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Claude T. Francis, who is
st rving with the V. S. Merchant
MISS MARIAN KRAMER, R.
N., above, is the teacher of St.
John's all-day kindergarten. She
graduated from St. Francis School
of Nursing, Peoria, 111., and holds
an Illinois State certificate of nurs-
Marines, left Friday for San Fran
cisco, after spending several days
here with his parents.
Young Francis has been in the
j Merchant Marines for the past 14
'months. Before entering he was
employed at the Shipyards in Beau
He i a graduate of the Way
nesville Township high school and
attended State College for two
The Italian lake is now being
used almost exclusively by ships
of I lie I'niled Nat ions.
Time to Cook with Gas
the Perfect Fuel
Economical Clean Quiric
Essotane Metered Service
City gut convenience Installed anywhere
Brad ing Gas Service
I am discontinuing farming, and on October 6th
will sell publicly to the highest bidder at my home
9 HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE
2 MILK COWS WITH CALVES
1 SHORTHORN BULL
All farming tools, including plows, one wagon, one
mowing machine, one hay rake, two harrows.
All furniture and house equipment. Sale begins
at 2 p. m.
R. L. Prevost, et ux to W. M.
Baines, et ux-
Perry Norman, et ux to (!. F.
Mashburn, et ux.
Frank SmathersLet ux to Nancy
J. G. Robinson to Mrs. Mary , Kate Phillips to .1. Ira Marcus,
Angel. : et ux.
H. W. Woodard to Julian Rathe,
Mary Liner to Hardy Liner, Jr.
Mrs. Etta Kluts to Charles Un
derwood, et ux.
Rufus Browning to Azor Griffin,
Cnibtree Tuwixhii j Elizabeth Whitner, Rabel and J.
A. V. Morrow, et ux to Gulbert R. Whitner, et ux to Farmer Rog
Gregory, et ux- ers.
Ben Killian, et ux to Oscar L. I). C. Turpin, et ux to T. S.
Smith, et ux. Roten.
I H. B. Milner, et ux to Fred Ar-
Enttt Fork Tni iishii j wood, et ux.
George R. Sharp, et ux to Jim j James McCall. et ux to Sam
- j Fitzgerald, et ux.
will not be used for target shooting: Mary Fowler to Charlie Grasty.
The man who doesn't like hot
wnnfhpr can now get r ady to dis
Thanks a Million-
We sincerely appreciate the many, many nice
things said about our new home and the
response during our opening days.
We enjoyed serving each of the 410 customers
on Friday, and also the 627 on Saturday.
The Bakery With the 100 Per Cent State
Cookies of Many Kinds
Date Nut Loaf
REMEMBER HIM WITH A
We are now baking our delicious Fruit
Cakes. They are ready to pack and mail
to men overseas.
Come in and select yours for him over
there. He will enjoy every crumb this
Angel Food Cakes
Pet Dairy Products
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
like cold w:ather. It's coming.