THUCSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1945 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Miss Billie B. Cordey
Of Alabama Becomes
Bride Of Sgt. J. D. Ashe
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Billie Bess
Cordey, of Aliceville, Ala., to Staff
Sergeant James D. Ashe, formerly
of Waynesville, K. 1 . U. iSo. 1
which took place on November 4th
1944. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cordey, of
Staff Sgt. Ashe was promoted to
his oresent rank on Decmber Z4
1944. He was among the first
group to leave Waynesville under
the selective service system, ana
was inducted on juiy ib, is4i.
Sgt. Ashe has had several
months of overseas service to his
credit. He is now stationed at the
Armv Services Forces Headquar
ters of the Prisoner of War Camp
When the war is over Set. and
Mrs. .Ashe plan to come to Way
nesville and make their home.
Fellowship Meeting To
Be Held On Jan. 15th
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
group meeting which was to have
been held the first of the month
has been postponed until January
the 15th. It will be held at the
First Methodist church of Canton
at 7:30 o'clock.
Rev, George Hood, chaplain of
Moore General Hospital, will be
the guest speaker. The Canton
high school Glee Club will also
have a part on the program.
Miss Lucy Leopard
Becomes Bride Of
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Leopard, of
Waynesville, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Lucy Leopard, to Howard Sutton,
son of Mr. and Mrs. G, C. Sutton,
also of Waynesville.
The marriage took place in Clay
ton, Ga., on December 28. The
young couple were accompanied by
a small group of close friends.
For the present Mr. and Mrs.
Sutton are making their home
with the briegroom's parents in
Miss Rosemary Herman, student
at the Woman's College of the Unl
versity of North Carolina, returned
on Tuesday to Greensboro, and will
resume her work after spending
the Christmas holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest K.
Bud Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Smith, of Hazelwood, who is
attending Western Carolina Teach
ers College, has resumed his studies
after spending the holidays with
Miss Martha Mae Wyche, who
is a member of the sophomore class
at the Woman's College of the
University of North Carolina, has
returned to her work.
Miss Louise Martin, freshman at
the Woman's College of the Uni
versity of North Carolina, spent
the holidays here with her family.
She returned on Tuesday to re
sume her work.
Miss Mildred Milner, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Milner, of
Waynesville, has returned to
Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege, where she is a student after
spending the Christmas holidays
with her parents.
Miss Lois Massie, who is a sen
ior at the University of Tennes
see, left Tuesday to resume her
work, after spending the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Martha Best, of Crabtree,
who spent the vacation with her
parents, has returned to Western
Carolina Teachers College, where
she is a student.
Miss Betty Jane Bradley, sopho
more at the University of Tennes
see, returned on Tuesday to re
sume her work, after visiting her
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brad
ley. Miss Kathleen Moody, of Dell
wood Road, who has spent the
past two weeks with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Moody, has
returned to Western Carolina
Teachers College, where she is a
Mrs. Carl Hagan and young son,
Edward Hagan, and Miss Martha
McCracken, of Sylvester, Ga., ar
rived on Tuesday to spend a week
with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McCrack
en, parents of Mrs. Hagan and
Mr. and, Mrs. Hugh Jolly had as
their guests during the Christmas !
holidays Mr. and Mrs. Jack Har
ville, of Washington, D. C, and
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Shroat, of
Asheville, parents of Mr. Harville.
Mrs. Jack Harville is the former
Miss Margaret Moody, sister of
Phil Medford, who spent the
holidays here with his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. N. M. Medford, has re
turned to Atlanta, where he is a
student at the School of Dentristy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noland Observe
Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noland of
the Ratcliff Cove section of the
county, observed their fiftieth wed
ding anniversary at their home on
Christmas Day, when all of their
children were with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Noland, who are
widely connected in Haywood coun
ty, were married at the home of
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Andy Ferguson in the Iron Duff
section, on December 25, 1894. The
ceremony was performed by the
late James L. , Queen, brother-in-law
of the couple.
Mr. Noland, who is at present
serving as United States Com
missioner, has been active in poli
tics for a number of years. He
served as tax collector for Haywood
county for seven years and was
also county auditor and treasurer
for a period of six years.
Methodist Women To
Hold Meeting On
Tuesday, January 9th
Women's Society Christian Ser
vice of the First Methodist Church
will meet in the Ladies Parlor on
Tuesday afternoon, 3:30 o'clock,
January 9th, with Mrs. Bonner Ray,
president, presiding. Mrs. Dee
Clark will have charge of the pro
gram. All members are urged to
be present for the first meeting of
Zeb Alley, student at Oak Ridge
Military School, who spent the
Christmas holidays with his moth
er, Mrs. Edith P. Alley, returned
to school the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tweed, of
Asheville, were the guests of the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Boyd, during the Christ
WANTED TO RENT 5 or 6 room
apartment or house. Phone 440.
Charles McMillan. Jan. 4-11
USED CARS WANTED We
will pay ceiling price for good
used cars. See Davis-Liner
I BUY AND SELL most anything.
See me if in need of good live
stock, small tractor and other
farming equipment. Stoves, Fri
gidaires, hot water heaters and
tanks, bath room fixtures. H. B.
Milner, Bille-Meade Service Cen
ter. Dec. 21
IF YOU HAVE locks without keys,
bring them to me. Car locks,
handcuffs, padlocks, door locks,
night locks or any you have.
Door checks repaired. Buck
Rogers, Canton, N. C-, 78 Main
St. Phone 2423.
Dec. 21-28 Jan 4
WANTED AT ONCE skilled and
semi-skilled workers. Also truck
drivers and farm help. Houses
furnished. See Jerry Liner, at
WANTED elderly couple to milk
and feed cattle. House provided.
See Jerry Liner, Lake Junaluska
FOR SALE six-room house. See
Jerry Liner, Lake Junaluska.
FOR SALE Pianos. Radios
bought, sold, and repaired. Lind
say Radio Service, 66 Main St,
Dec. 1-28 Jan. 4-11
FOR SALE Three acres, extra
good 4-room house, all new;
plenty wood, on good road, one
mile from Rubber Plant. A bar
gain at $3,000.00. 1 acres,
good new 4-room house and 2
room cabin, close in, $2,800.00.
H. B. Milner, Belle Meade.
FOR SALE A bicycle with two
speed gear. Call 214-J Thurs
day between 4:30 and 6:30. ,
FOR RENT Two four-room un
furnished apartments on Mam
Street For information call
276-W after 4:30 p. m. Jan. 4
WANTED Two loads heavy stove
wood. Hotel Le Faine. Phone
450. Jan. 4
FARMERS INCOME TAX RE
TURNS are due to be in by
January 15th. If you are not
ready to make complete returns,
you will have to send in an esti
mate by that time, and final re
turns later. Dont be penalized.
I am making them out again.
Bring 1943 return. W. C. Med
ford at Court House. Jan. 4
FOR SAL,E 1931 Model A Ford
Tudor Sedan. Good condition.
See Davis-Liner Motor Sales.
OF COURSE IT'S DIIT
YOUR MONEY DW 1
Why Pay More? When You
Can Get It For Less At
Bargain Jewelry Store
Mr .and Mrs. Noland are the
parents of the following children:
Mrs. L. G. Dotson, of Clyde, R.F.D.
No. 1; Mrs. Walter Francis, of
Waynesville and Wilmjngton; Mrs.
Grace Camp and Miss Frangie No
land, who reside at home, Wiley A.
Noland and Fred Noland, of Clyde,
R.F.D. No. 1, and Grady Noland,
of Waynesville and Wilmington.
They have nine grandchildren,
three of whom are in the service:
Pvt. Jack Noland, Camp San Lewis,
Obispo, Calif.; Sgt. Howard L. Dot
son, Orlando, Fla.; and Grady Boyd
Noland, who was recently sent over
seas; Boby Joan Noland, of Cran
berry; Hilda Dotson, Frederick Joe
Sue Carolyn, and Charles Ray No
land, of Clyde, R.F.D. No. 1, and
Peggy Ann Camp of Ratcliff Cove
one great granddaughter, Lynda
Gail Dotson, of Orlando, Fla.
Mrs. W. L. Hardin To
Be Hostess Of January
DAR Meeting On 12th
The Dorcas Bell Love Chapter
of the Daughters of the American
Kevoiution will hold the January
meeting with Mrs. Y L. Hardin
on Friday, 12, at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs.
James E. Henderson, of Canton
will have chartru of th Droeram
Mrs. Henderson is bringing a
speaker from a government hos
Dital to address the meetim
Mrs. W. F. Swift, regent, will
preside at the meeting and Mrs. S
S. Bushnell will review the Na
tional magazine. All members are
urged to attend the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hardin had
as their miests last week. Mr. and
Mrs. Noyes Long and children of
Uid Hickory, Tenn. Mrs. Long was
befoie her marriage, Miss Tibbie
Hardin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
FOR SALE An Estate Heatrola
used only a short time. Practi
cally new. Call 237-W after
HAVE YOU A SNAP SHOT of a
boy in service, why not have it
enlarged to 8x10, beautifully
hand painted, in a beautiful
frame. All for only $2.29. Bar
gain Jewelry Store, 6 Church St.
NOW YOU CAN BUY beautiful
rugs size 9 feet by 12 feet for
only $14.95. You can buy at
these prices because we make it
possible for you to buy direct
from the factory that makes
them. Manufacturer's Distribu
tors, Bargain Jewelry Store.
WANTED Houses and land for 2
small families. Also cook stove
and two hogs for sale. See W.
C. Price, Clyde, N. C, Route 1,
Box 150. Jan. 4
FOR SALE Baby crib; high
chair; nursery chair: and a
stroller. In good condition. Sold
as a whole or separately. Call
Mrs. Flowers, 435-J.
FOR SALE Large range with
copper reservoir in good condi.
tion, and cot. Mrs. Carl Head
Ray's Apt. House 2nd Floor,
Montgomery St. - Jan. 4
MEN AND WOMEN!
WOULD YOU LIKE TO
HELP THAT BOY FIGHT
ING AT THE FRONT?
YOU CAN BY WORKING
IN LOCAL INDUSTRY
WHERE VITAL WAR
MATERIALS OR EQUIP
MENT ARE BEING
APPLY AT YOUR
NEAREST UNITED STATES
Mary Elizabeth Ammons
Is Married To
Cpl. Henry Mathis
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ammons of
the Allen's . Creek section of the
county, have announced the mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Mary
Elizabeth Ammons to Corporal
Henry Mathis, son of George
IWathis of Biltmore. The marriage
took place on Tuesday, December
2ti, in Clayton, Ga.
The bride is now employed by
Wellco Shoe Corporation. The
bridegroom is a patient in the
Walter Reed hospital in Washing
ton, D. C- H.' volunteered in the
service in 1941 and has recently
returned from 29 months of over
seas service. Cpl. Mathis served
in the South Pacific arva and was
awarded the Purple H art for gal
lantry when wounded in combat.
He is also entitled to wear three
battle stars. Prior to entering the
service he was engaged in farming
in this county.
Mr. and Mrs. William Chambers
had as their guests during the
Christmas holidays, the following
sisters of the latter; Miss Mary
Frances Sturkey, teacher of Clin-,
ton, S. C, Miss Marian Sturkey,
member of faculty of Lockhart
schools, Lockhart, S. C, and Mrs.
Wcssie Hitt. of McCo 'inick and h r
(laughter, Miss Caroline, Hitt, jun
ior at the University of South
Mr. and Mrs. E. A., Greer had
as their guests during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Biggers, of
Charlotte, the latter being Mrs.
Greer's sister, and Pvt. Jack Davis,
of Andrews, medical student at
Mr. and Mrs R. C. Bishop, of
Clyde, had as their sruest for the
Christmas holidays, their daugh
ter, Miss Lucille Bishon. who holds
a position in Barberton, Ohio.
Mrs. Charles Apple and daugh
ter of Rcidsville, spent the Christ
mas holidays with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Bishon.
Miss Ida Mehaffey has returned
to her home on the Fairview Road
after spending two weeks in Salem,
III., with her brother and his wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mehaffey.
Mrs. John Best Honored
On Christmas Eve
Mrs. John B. Best was honored
with a Home Coming Day at her
home on Crabtroe on Christmas
Eve, by her children, grandchildren,
all of whom were present, and her
Among those present were her
son, 'ohn Best, home after 29
months of sea duty; a grandson,
serving with the U. S. Coast Guard,
stationed at New London, Conn.,
and other grandsons in the service
including, Howard Best, Ben G.
Cole and M. V. Bramlette, Jr.
Waynesville Man Invited
To Attend Meeting
D- J. Howell, Waynesville Ply
mouth dealer, has been invited to
corf, r with Plymouth factory exe
cutives at a meeting to be held on
Tuesday, January 9 in Charlotte.
Plans and methods of operation
vital to America's war and post
war transportation will be discuss
ed at the meeting.
Mrs. R. L. Turnin is snendinc a
few days in Hazelwood with rela
tives and frjends. Mrs. Turpin
holds a position with a department
store in JSewport News, Va., and
mikes her home with Mr. and Mrs,
jp ; 'sgfcv
Mrs. John M. Queen
To Be Hostess Of
January UDC Meeting
Mrs. John M. Queen will be hos
tess of the January meeting of the
Haywood Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy
which will be held on Friday after
noon, January 5. Mrs. James R.
Boyd president, will preside.
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt will have
charge of the program.
Miss Hilda Way, who is teaching
in Kannapolis, has returned to her
work after spending the Christ
mas holidays with her parents.
Miss Mabel Medford, of Waynes
ville, R.F.D. No. 2, has returned
home after spending the Christ
mas holidays with Miss Sara Welch
and Miss Virginia Baker of Knox
Miss Patsy Gwyn, student at
Randolph-Macon Woman's College,
who spent the Christmas holidays
with her parents, returned yester-
iay to resume her studies.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C- Waddell and
daughter, Frodia, of Wanesboro,
Va., spent the week-end in Hazel
wood with relatives.
Just Received - -
Shipment Of Beautiful 9 x 12
"Home of Better Values"
Buy Now and Save.
Lovely Dresses and Suits
Included In This Sale.
Carl Ledford to Mary Caldwc
both of Waynesville.
Oakley W. Conner, of Wayne
ville, to Dorothy Nelson, of Ca
John A. Berry, of Haywo.
county, to Tulon C. Farmer,
Douglas Walker to Dorotl
Johnson, both of Canton.
Jack Allan Smathers, to WanJ
Kevis, both of Canton.
Hugh J. Nichols, of Socth Car
lina, to Sarah J. Wells, of Cantol
Edgar G. Cope, Now
Edgar G. Cope, Merchant M
lines, is now serving overseas, a
cording to information received I1
his parents. He is the son of Mr
Mae Leatherwood, and before e
tering the service in October, 19
was employed at the Newpo
News Shipbuilding and Dry Do
GOING BACK NORTH
Pinkney Turbyfill returns todt
to Elmer, N. J., after spending
brief vacation here with his fami