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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, DECEMBER so, i94,
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mr. and Mrs. Mull
Of Their Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mull have an
nounced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Carrie Mull, to
Corporal Jack Swanger. The vows
were solemnized in Waynesville on
The bride is a graduate of the
Waynesville township high school
and prior to her marriage was em
ployed by the Dayton Rubber Com
pany. Corporal Swanger is now station
ed at Camp Davis. He has been
in the service for the past three
years, having spent 17 months
overseas. Cpl. Swanger was wound
ed in North Africa and was pre
sented the Purple Heart. He has
also been awarded a medal for
bravery in action.
The young couple will maintain
their residence at Candler, route 2.
Miss Vanda Morgan, of Ashe
ville, spent the past week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Underwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hill and
three children, of Wilmington,
spent last week here with the tat
ters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Chapman, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Sloan,
Jr., who have spent the Christmas
holidays with the former's parents,
are returning this week to their
home in Kenansville.
Ratcliff Cove Baptist
Women To Hold Meeting
The Woman's Missionary Socie
ty of the Ratcliff Cove Baptist
church will hold its regular month
ly meeting at the home of Mrs.
Algie Ratcliff on Wednesday after
noon, January 5, at 2:30 o'clock.
Is Married To
Sgt. Robt. Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Underwood
have announced the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Margaret
Underwood, to Sergeant Robert
Harrison, U. S. Air Corps, now
stationed in Lousiana.
The marriage took place on De
cember 19, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Groves, of Clayton, Ga.
Sgt. Harrison is the son of Mrs.
Charles Harrison and the late
Charles Harrison, of Sedro Wooley,
Wash. Mrs. Harrison plans to join
her husband in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Carswell
had as their guests during the holi
days, the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Alvin Berry, and an
aunt, Mrs. E. A. Spainhour, all of
Morganton. Mrs. Berry is also
spending this week here.
Mrs. H. L. Marley is spending
this week with relatives in Clear
Miss Marcia Arrington, of Al
coa, Tenn., spent the holidays with
her mother, Mrs. R. E. Arrington.
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NEW IN LEATHER JACKETS
Just received in leath
er, a number of new jack
ets for men and boys
including IN HORSEHIDE AT
- The finest leather jacket we have--ever
offered. Combines extra ap
pearance with exceptional wear.
Another Beauty at $16.50
Black Horsehide zipper $12.50
This is an exceptional value avail-
-able only in sizes 40-46.
Boy's Leather Jacket $7.95
Men's Zipper Suede
Hay's Dept. Store
Avoid Sickness Absenteeism
-Keep Warm and Keep Healthy!-
Club Held Annual Meet
The Junaluska Home Demonstra
tion Club held their November-Ds-cember
meeting recently in the
basement of Long's Chapel for an
all day affair.
Mrs. Grover Leather-wood was
elAft.pH nresident of the eroun for
the coming year. Others elected
to serve" with her were: vice pr:si
dent, Mrs. Frank Williams; secre
tary and treasurer, Mrs. Weaver
McCracken. Two new members
were welcomed into the club, Mrs.
W. E. Carter and Mrs. Amelia
Yarborough. Mrs. Olie Rigdeb was
a visitor at the meeting.
The demonstration by the home
agent, Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
was on Christmas suggJstions,
which were varied and interesting.
I.unch was served at noon made up
of "covered dishes" brought by the
members. Christmas gifts were
Exchanged. Announcement was
made that the January meeting
would be with Mrs. Albert McCracken.
Mrs. James R. Boyd
Will Be Hostess Of
January UDC Meeting
The Haywood Chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confed
eracy will hold the January meet
ing at the home of the president,
Mrs. James R. Boyd. The pro
gram will be announced later.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Poteat spent
the holidays with their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Poteat, in Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. William Chambers,
Jr., had as their guest for the holi
days, the latter's sister, Miss Mary
Frances Sturkey, who teaches
school in Clinton, S. C-
Mrs. Aaron Prevost spent the
week-end in Washington, D. C,
with her husband who is stationed
there with the U. S. Navy.
Mrs. J. P. Dicus and daughter,
Sylinda, and son, Freddie, were
the guests of relatives in Wilming
ton during the holidays.
Private Frank R. Williams, Jr.,
who is now stationed at Maxwell
Field, Ala., spent the week-end
with his family at Lake Junaluska.
Haywood Plott, who is now em
ployed in Newport News, Va., is
spending the Christmas holidays
here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. C Plott.
Miss Betty Jean Alley, who is
attending the Woman's College of
the University of North Carolina,
is spending the holidays here with
her grandparents, Judge and Mrs.
F. E. Alley, and her aunt, Miss
Miss Katheryn Hill has as her
guest, Miss Charlene Rotha, who
is teaching in the Morganton
schools. Miss Rotha visited her
family in Burnsville prior to com
ing here for a visit.
Miss Emily Siler, who is with
the Red Cross Chapter of Rock
ingham, is spending this week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
Robert L. Sloan, Chief Warrant
Officer, who has been taking spec
ial work at Fort Washington, ar
rived on Tuesday to spend a ten
day leave here with his wife who
has been spending some time in
Waynesville with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Sloan. Upon leav
ing Waynesville Mr. Sloan will go
to Camp Atterbury, Ind., where
he will rejoin the 30th Division,
with which he has been serving.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Martin,
of Newport News, Va., have re
turned after spending the Christ
mas holidays with the latter's par
snts, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers
ind the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Martin.
Wtnohin JmmpT Hmmest Is Wedded
To Ensign William Edward Smith
The marriage of Miss lEmelyn
Joyner Haynes, daughter of Mrs.
Claude A. Haynes, and the late Mr.
Haynes, of Waynesville, to Ensign
William Edward Smith,. of Raleigh,
took place at the First Baptist
church on Friday evening at 8
o'clock on December 24. The Rev.
H. G. Hammett, pastor, officiated,
using the double ring ceremony.
The altar of the church was, ar
ranged with a background of ever
greens, with tall floor baskets con
taining white gladioli, placed on
either side. Seven branched can
delabra bearing lighted tapers were
interpersed among the greenery.
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. H.
G. Hammet, organist, played
"Schubert's Serenade." "The Ange
lus," by Lieurance, and during the
taking of the vows, "To a Wild
Rnse" bv McDowell. For the re
cessional and the processional she
used the traditional weaaing
marches. Mrs. Hammett accom
panied Jordan Neal, cousin of the
bride, who sang, "Because," by
d'Hardelot and "0 Promise Me,"
The bride and bridegroom enter
ed the church together. The bride
wore a dress of waterfall blue with
neckline of a design worked in
seed pearls. Her hat was modeled
of harmonizing blue and delicate
pink, and her accessories were in
blue. She carried a white prayer
book showered with white orchids.
Serviner as ushers were: Ensign
Terry Joe Johnson, of Cherokee
and Ensign Henry Galloway, of
The bride's mother wore a gown
of black with crystal trimmings
and her corsage of gardenias.
The bride is a graduate of the
Waynesville Township high school,
Mars Hill college, and Western
Carolina Teachers college. She
was a member of the college chorus
at both institutions and held var
ious offices. At the time of her
marriage she was teaching in the
Lowell main school.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. David R. Allen of Raleigh,
and the late W. E. Smith, also of
Raleigh. He is a graduate of the
Hugh Morson high school, West
ern Carolina Teachers college, and
North Carolina State College. He
was prominent in college activities
and athletics. He received his com
mission as Ensign in the U. S.
Navy from Northwestern Univer
sity on December 22nd.
Following the marriage in Way
nesville a reception was held at
the home of the bride's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Haynes, of Canton. The residence
was arranged in Christmas decora
tions with holly, evergreens and
The bride's table was covered
with a lace cloth and centered with
a three tier wedding cake, topped
with a miniature ensign and his
bride. Mrs. Edwin Haynes pre
sided at the bride's table and Mrs.
Harold Haynes, sister-in-law, of
Asheville, at the punch bowl. Oth
ers assisting in serving were: Mrs.
Jordan Neal and Mrs. Elbert
Holms, cousins of the bride.
Among the out of town guests
attending the marriage were: Mr.
and Mrs. Elbert Holmes, of Spar
tanburg, S. C, Miss Susie Mc
Ginnis, of Kings Mountain, Miss
Margaret Ann Smart, of Shelby,
Mrs. Harold Haynes, of Asheville,
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dilliard, of
Sylva, Mrs. Howard Allison, of
Canton, John Osborne, of Orange
burg, S. C, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Johnson, of Asheville, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Y. McCracken, of Knoxville,
Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Watson,
Jr., of Farner, Tenn., and Mr. and
Mrs. James Randleraan, of Oak
FOR SALE 1 large heatrola; 1
large hotblast; 1 four burner oil
stove. Call 150. Dec. 23-30
FOR RENT Unfurnished duplex
apartment on Short Street. Call
112-W after four o'clock.
Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Lynch and
three daughters, Martha Ellen,
Elizabeth and Ruth, of Gastonia,
will return to their home today
after spending several days here
with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Martin,
oa rents of Mrs. Lynch. Rev.
Lynch is pastor of the East End
Methodist church of Gastonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Martin,
og Asheville and Philadelphia,
siient several days here during the
week with the former's parents,
Mi. and Mrs. K. P. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Wyatt and
daughter, Janett, of Newport News,
have been visiting relatives here
for the past two weeks.
Pfc. Joe Davis, U. S. Medical
Corps, who has been visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover C.
Davis, left Monday after spending
a ten-day furlough here. He re
ports back to the University of
Pennsylvania where he is a stu
dent. Pfc. Joseph H. Way, III, U. S.
Medical Corps, left Monday for
Richmond, Va., where he is a Stu
dent in the school of dentistry of
the Richmond Medical College. He
spent a ten-day furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Way,
Let's Start The New Year Right
A brand new start ... a new year that promises to
bring us closer and closer to Victory each day. So
don't let the sands of time slip by unnoticed. TODAY
is the time to give thought to buying some Building and
Loan shares . . . new series opens January first
HAYWOOD HOME BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
LOST Platinum wedding band,
seven diamonds set in individual
squares. Deeply valuable for
. sentimental reasons. Return to
Dec. 30 Jan 6-13.
LOST Ration Book No. 3, name
More-an Mitchell. Also Ration
Book No. 4, name George Mit-1
chell. Finder leave at Balen
tines Dec. 23-30 Jan. 6
WANTED Man willing to learn
automobile parts to handle stock
room. Also mechanics needed.
Good wages. Watkins Chevrolet
Co., Waynesville, N. C.
Dec. 23-30 Jan. 6-13.
SELL YOUR TOBACCO with Joe
Bryant's Warehouse, Morristown,
Tenn. Contact Paul W. Fergu
son, route one, Clyde, and he will
reserve floor space for you. We
assure you the highest prices.
Joe Bryant's Warehouse, Mor
riston, Tenn. Nov. 25-Jan. 13
WANTED Used furniture, stove,
heater. Highest cash prices of
fered. Call 33, Massie Furni
ture Co. Dec. 9-16-23-30
HELP WANTED: FEMALECon
genial, settled woman to do gen
eral housework. Room and board
and good wages. Write or phone
106, Candler, N. C Mrs. T. A.
Groce Dec. 9-16-23-30
LOST Ration Book No. Three,
name Richard C. Smith, 1038
Meadow Street. Please return.
WANTED Black walnut kernels.
Any quantity. Waynesville Ba
LOST Ration Books No. 3 and
No. 4, in manila envelope. Eliza
beth Ray, Rt. 1, Clyde, N. C
Dec. 30 Jan. 6-13.
WANT TO BUY Good used baby
play pen. Phone 263-W. Dec. 30
FOR RENT A small house near
Nineva and Hazelwood. Wanted
a small family. House owned by
Mrs. Anna D. Gifford, Waynes
ville. route 1. Dec. 30
LOST Yellow gold lady's Elgin
wrist watch. Lost at Dayton Co.
party, armory, Thursday night.
Reward. Return to Mrs. A. P.
Ledbetter, Hazelwood. Dec. 30
FOR RENT Two room apartment
on South side of house. Phone
254-W after 5 o'clock.
LOST A pair of glasses in leath
er case, the name Thad High
tower on a receipt also enclosed
in case. Finder please return to
W.W.N.C. Cafe. Dec. 30
FOR SALE 4 room house on East
Street, newly painted. acre
land. Water and lights. $1,500.
Atkins Insurance Agency, ask
for Mr. Stone. Phone 301.
Having qualified as executor of
the estate of W. A. Moore, deceas
ed, late of Haywood County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit
same to Morean & Ward, attor-
neys, at their office in Waynesville,
I N. C., on or before the 30th day of
December 1Q44. rr this nntipo will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This 30th day of December,
ROY H. MOORE, Executor,
Estate of W. A. Moore, deceased
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colds from developing if used in time. mm miw
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A Ball Band Shoe
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