North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY DECEMBER 30, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
v,lkitt Graduates From
Son Machinist' s
gchool In Jacksonville
; Naval Air Station, Jack
Vilie" Fla. (Special) Robert
n Colkitt, Waynesville, re
!fv Vruduated from the Aviation
jSniif. Mate School h ere as a
J5,an first class in the U. S.
"Sering the service Feb 27,
he received his recruit train
2r:t Bainbridge, Md, before ar-
riring t the Naval Air iwu"ii
EL,ining Center here,
flffit is now a qualified avia
mechanic and will probably see
Ji with, a Naval Air unit.
pfc. Paul Walker, Jr.
Stationed In Texas
private First Class Paul Walker,
i, formerly of Waynesville, has
Jarwd M his post at Camp Swift,
after spending a 15-day fur-
kraeh 'lh his Parents Mr- and
Jrs Pul Walker at their home in
On Sea Duty
-'!:V ""' I. Hr
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Pact S
Beware Coughs
from common colds
That Hang On
kinti relieves nromntlv be
muse it poes right to the seat of the
Jmuble to help loosen and expel
mrm laden phlegm, and aid nature
E soothe and heal raw, tender, ln
SUed bronchial mucous mem
branes Tell vour druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulsion with the un
derstand'.ng vou must like the way it
miicklv allnys the cough or you are
to have vour money back.
CREOMULSION
forCouzhs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
Back the Attack Buy
Bonds ami Stamps!
War
Seaman Bill Hoyle, U. S. Navy,
is now assigned to sea duty. He
has been in the service for the
past eight months during which
time he has been in combat areas.
He was inducted in the service at
Camp Croft in March of this year
and from there was sent to Bain
bridge, Md. From Bainbridge he
was transferred to Norfolk for ad
vanced training and then to Texas
and from there overseas.
Seaman Hoyle recently spent a
short leave with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Hoyle, formerly of
Waynesville, now of Newport
News, Va.
Baltimore, Md.
Pvt. Walker is attached to the
Tank Division and has been in the
service for the past seven months.
He was inducted at Camp Croft
and received his basic training at
Fort Knox, Ky.
Completes Boot Training
Seaman Second Class Clyde
Pritchard Gree, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Gree, of Hazelwood,
who entered the U. S. Navy on
Sept. 18 of this year, has complet
ed his boot training at Jacksonville,
Fla., and is now assigned to the
trade school there and is studying
aerial radio and gunnery.
Staman Gree is a graduate of
the Waynesville high school, where
he was a member of the band. He
is also a member of the U. S.
Naval band at his post of duty.
PARC! THEATRE
WAYNESVILLE. N. C.
MATINEE Saturday and Sunday 2:00 and 4:00 P. M
NIGHT SHOWS 7:00 and 9:00 P. M. SUNDAY NIGHT
Opens 8:15. Begin 8:30 DMISSIONS Adults 30c Tax In
cluded; Children Under VI Years, 11c Tax Included.
Thursday December 30
"Bombers Moon"
George Montgomery and Annabella
Friday December 31
"The Kansan"
With Richard Dix and Jane Wyatt
Saturday January 1
Little Joe The Wrangler"
Johnny Mack Brown
LATE SHOW 10:30 P. M.
"He's My Guy"
With Joan Davis and Dick Foran
Pvt. William T. Crant
Serving In Africa
Private William Thomas Grant,
V. S. Army, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Will Grant, formerly of Waynes
ville, is now with the armed forces
in Northern Africa. Pvt. Grant
was inducted at Fort Dix, N. J., and
from there was sent to Camp Shel
by, Miss. From the latter he was
transferred to Fort George Meade,
Md., and then overseas.
At the time he entered the s.r
viee, Pvt. Grunt was employed by
the Anchor-Hockings Company, of
Salem, N. J.
Pvt. Thomas H. Worsham,
Jr. Spends Leave Here
Private Thomas Hunter Wor
sham, Jr.. of the Field Art ill - ry,
spent a 1-1 day furlough recently
with his wife and his father, T.
Hunter Worsham. Pvt. Worsham
returned to his post at Fort Bragg
on Wednesday and was accompan
ied by his wife and father.
Aft.r leaving Fort Bragg, en
route home, Mrs. Worsham and
Mr. Worsham sp Tit Christmas )iy
with friends at Hope Mills. Pvt.
Worsham expects to bo transfer
red at an early date.
Sunday January 2
"Hi Diddle Diddle"
With Martha Scott and A. Menjou
Monday - Tuesday January 3-4
The Iron Major
Pat O'Brien and Ruth Warrick
Wednesday January 5
Headin' For God's Country
Wm. Lundigan and V. Dal
Pfc. Aubrev Yarborough
Completes Course
Pfc. Aubrey Lee Yarhorougli,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe M.
Yarhorougli of Clyde, Route 1, h is
completed an intensive course in
airplane mechanics at Sheppard
Field, near Wichita Falls, Texas,
one of the larg'st and finest schools
of the A A F Western Technical
Training Command. The field trains
men for the overalled crews which
work in all weather and und r all
conditions to keep American planes
in the air. These specialist tech
nicians already are making a name
for thems Ives at U. S. air bases
all over the world.
Cpl. John It. Glance
Spends Leave In County
Cpl. John R. Glance, son of Mrs.
W. R. Glance, Clyd:, route 1, who
is spending a two week's furlough
with his mother, will leave on Fri
day for Camp McCain, Miss., where
lie will b - stationed.
Cpl. Glance was induct d at.
Camp Croft on S' pt. 26", 1942 and
fr. m there was sent to Camp Phil
lips. Kan. From the latter he was
i an-IVrred to Tennessee on ma
neuvers and th n to Camp McCain.
I'ef re induction Cpl. Glance was
tmployed in the shipyards at New
port News, Va.
Announcing - -
Until Further Notice, We Will Be
Closed Every Sunday
(ALL DAY)
Thanks For Yojr Cooperation
i
See Us For Choice Fruits, Vegetables
American Fruit Stand
FELIX STOVALL, Owner
Spends Furlough Here
x, I N,
Taylor McCracken, seaman first
class, son of Mrs. Annie McCrack
en, and the late Taylor McCracken,
is spending a ten-day furlough
with his mother at her home in
the Crabtree section.
Seaman McCracken is stationed
at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and was
inducted in the service on April
12 of this year, at Raleigh. He is
a graduate of the Crabtree high
school in the class of 1943, and
prior to his entering the service
assisted his mother in farming.
Seaman McCracken has a brother-in-law,
Lt. Harry B. Beatty, in
the service, who is now stationed
at Sebring, Fla.
B I R T HS
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Downs, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
son on December 2th.
MARRIAGES
Wade West to YYinica Wines,
both of Canton.
On Sea Duty
fit
William Henry Justice, seaman
second class, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Justice, of the Fines Creek
section, is now serving in the At
lantic. He entered the U. S. Navy
on August 27 of this year, and
took his boot training at Bain
bridge, Md.
From Bainbridge, Seaman Jus
tice was sent to Norfolk, Va., and
from there was assigned to sea
duty. Before entering the service
he was employed by the Newport
News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
Company.
QUICK RELIc. FROM
Symptoms of Distress Arising from
STOMACH ULCERS
due to EXCESS ACID
FrooBookTellsof HomeTreatnwntthat
Aust Help or it Will Cost You Nothing
vor two million boltlt of the W I LL A K D
r n K ATM EN T have !wn mid for rel ief tf
;t omnoT(1lNtrttM arUlnK from Stomach
iinl Ouodanal Ulcvrt dun to Cict Acid
""or Dlgeitlon four or Upt Stomach,
jtttnMft, HaartNurn, S I w pint net, ate,
tu- ' o Excel Add. Sold on 1 ft da v' trial !
-k for "Wlllard't MrttaRt" which full
Militltis thi trtalnnnt lr at
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
START THE NEW m A I
YEAR OFF RIGHT . . . lGLl
Resolve now to keep your lxfl
clothes properly cleaned and
pressed and they'll not only Main Street
last longer and look better,
but prove to be an asset to
yo Phone 113
i saw: L-iSa'
1944
(TOM
They Look So Well Together!
Did you ever see a handsomer combina
tion of words? 1914 Victory. Your efforts
can do a lot toward teaming them up. Let's
make this year a date that will never be for
gotten. L. N. DAVIS CO.
Real Estate Insurance Bonds Rentals
Phone 77 Waynesville
Make 1944 A Year of Thrift
You Always SAVE At
BELK-HUDSON'S
SEW AND SAVE - We Have Thous
ands of Yards of PIECE GOODS
Father George 36-inch
Sheeting - - 160
Unbleached
Mill-ends, oil stained
Sheeting - - 100
Short Lengths
Plain and stripe 36-inch
Outing-- - 120
Lovely Patterns
Quality
Good
36-inch Fast Color
Prints 390
18c Value, Special
Ginghams - 390 'fj
Check and sfrine
Table After Table of Lovely
PIECE GOODS
Come in and select yours
Men's
Work
Pants
DURABLE
For Tough Wear
$1.98 to
$3.95
All Sizes Men's
Work Sox
10c 19c 29c
Men's Heavy
Unionsuits
$1.29
Hanes$1.39
Men's Full-Cut Broadcloth
Pajamas
Men's Crash Starbrook Tan
Pajamas
- $3.48
Men's Red Camel Fleece-lined
Overall Jackets - -
$2.65
$2.98
Men's Coat and Slipover
Sweaters
Part Wool AH Colors
$1.29 -$4-95
Women's
Galoshes
Good Quality
$1.69
(Not Rationed)
Men's Fine
Overshoes
1.69-1.98
(Not Rationed)
Special
Beautiful
Bed Spreads
In White and Colors
KRINKLE
2.29-2.98
3.48-3.95
BELK-HUDSON CO
"Home of Better Values"
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