THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1945
St. John's Meets
flere On Monday
St. John's school will play Bre
'ard College basketball teams in
. doubleheader at the Waynesville
Irmory, Monday, January 8, at
':B0 p. m.
Friday night, December 29, St.
fohn's boys out-played the Chero-
cee Indians, wiring over them with
i 34-15 score. In a preliminary
rame the san j night, the Cham
ion "Y" girls team of Canton
eat St. John's girls 38-14.
Canton high school won a double
leader over St. John's in Canton
Tuesday night, January 2. The
Canton boys were too much for St.
fohn's and won a 88-17 victory over
;hem. In a closely matched tilt, St,
lohn s girls bowed to Canton, los
.ng to them by only two points,
with a score of 21-19.
The lineup of the Cherokee game:
3t. John's (34) Cherokee (IB)
P B. Dunbar (4) Huff
P Resor (12) Martin (11)
3 Mills (11) Mathis (1)
3 Ryan Hill (3)
3 Sutton (1) Parker
Subs: St. John's, F. Dunbar (6).
Referee: Davis (Duke).
Boys' lineup Canton game.
St. John's .17) Canton (38)
F F. Dunbar (7) Hyatt (16)
F Resor C. Miller
C Mills (B) Styles (7)
G Ryan (4) Rhea (8)
G B. Dunbar Vance
Subs: St. John's, Sutton (1),
Cagle. Canton, Ivester (5), Mc
Clure (2), Smathers, Kelly, Cline,
Holder, Owen, J. Miller.
St. John's (19) Canton (21)
F A. lEnsley (11) Robertson (13)
F Kluttz (8) Stamey (6)
C Furtado Murray
G K. Ensley Chapman
G Kleman Goodwin
G Summerrow Ward
Subs. St. John's, Greer. Canton,
Anderson (2), O'Diear.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wood, of
Waynesville, R.F.D. No. 1, an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
December 29th, at their home.
Mrs. H. C. Ferguson was :alled
to Washington last week on ac
count of the illness of her daugh
ter, Miss Blanche Ferguson.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEET
IN G OF STOCKHOLDERS
OF THE HAYWOOD HOME
BUILDING & LOAN ASSO
CIATION. Pursuant to the statute and the
By-Laws of The Haywood Home
Building & Loan Association, no
tice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the Stockholders of
said Association will be held at the
office of said Association, Main
Street, Waynesville, N. C, on the
third Tuesday ir January, it be
ing January 16th, 1945, at 7:30
o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
electing officers, reporting pro
gress and conducting such other
business as may properly come be
fore said meeting.
This December 29th, 1944.
L. N. DAVIS,
No. 1410 Jan. 4-11.
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
PHILLIP H. QUEEN
ANNA CATHERINE QUEEN
The defendant, Anna Catherine
Queen, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood Count, North Caro
lina, to obtain an absolute divorce
upon the grounds of two years
separation of man and wife; and
that the said defendant will furth
er take notice that she is required
to appear at the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of said
County in the court house in Way
nesville, North Carolina, within
thirty days after the 29th day of
January, 1945, and answer or de
mur to the complaint filed in said
action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint.
This the 29th day of December,
GERTRUDE P. CLARK,
Asst. Clerk S
uaywod County, North Carolina
No. 1409 Jan. 4-11-18-25.
Waynesville, every Sunday, 11:00
Bryson City, every 1st Sunday,
o:vu a. m.
Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun
Murphy, every 5th Sunday, 8:00
Canton, every 5th Sunday, 8:00
Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday,
S:00 a. m.
Sylva, every 1st Sunday, 8:00 a
Welch Cove, every 1st Sunday,
11:00 a. m. tu.w.x.j.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
L. G. Elliott, Pastor
The first Sunday of the New
Year should find all members of
the Sunday School present at 9:45.
Superintendent Earl Messer will
be on hand to greet the new officers
and teachers, and see that the
"Teaching Agency" of the church
gets off to a good start.
The pastor will be in the pulpit
at 11:00 with a New Year's mes
sage, "The Untrodden Path." Read
Joshua 3:4-5. Those who are anx
ious about the outcome of this
eventful year should be present
and hear this message of assurance
At 6:30 the Training Union will
meet, under the capable direction
of Miss Hattie Freeman. The
theme for the year is: "Baptist
Principles for a Better World."
Each month has a sub-theme. Dur
ing January the program and dis
cussions will center on "The Bible
is God's Word About Himself."
At 7:30 the pastor will speak on
this subject: "Watchman, What of
the Night," the first in a series of
messages on the "Voices of the
Night" as found in the Bible. We
invite you to hear this first, and
Wednesday night at 7:30 is the
hour of prayer. This will be a good
time for Christians to put this ser
vice in their program of activities
and guard it against all encroach
ments during the year. The choir
will meet for rehearsal immediately
after this service.
In order to secure a New Grower
Burley Tobacco Allotment for 1945
it will be necessary for the eligible
producer to males application prior
to February 1, 1945, according to
R. C. Francis, chairman of the
Haywood County AAA Committee.
To be eligible to file a request
for a new grower allotment either
the landlord or tenant shall have
had experience in growing flue
cured or burley tobacco during the
past hve years.
The grower shall he living on the
farm and largely dependent on the
farm fur his livelihood. Mr. Fran
cis stated that he wished to empha
size that only producers who have
had experience in e-rowinc inhan
grower allotment. He also stated
that no BDnlications will nt.
ed after February 1, 1945.
It is not necessary for anv ner.
son who has been growing tobacco
ior the past five years to come to
the AAA office to make it nnlicnrmn
for a new 'grower allnrmfnt u
should plant his tobacco and report
Lt. Neeson II. Smith
Promoted To Captain
Lt. Neeson H. Smith, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Troy S. Smith, of Way
nesville, now stationed in Franc?,
nas been promoted to Captain, ac
cording to information received by
his family here.
He entered the service on April
28, 1942 and was inducted at Fort
Jackson. From there he was trans
ferred to Sheppard Field, Tex., and
at the time was serving in the Air
Corps. Later he was sent to Offi
cers Candidate School at Camp Lee
Va. From the latter he was sent
to Camp Ellis, 111.
In July, 1944 he went to England
as a First Lieutenant. Here he
served for three months and was
then transferred to France. He
is attached to the Quartermaster
In September, 1944 Capt. Smith
met his brother, Cpl. Troy S. Smith,
Jr., in England, whom he had not
seen for two years.
At the time he entered the ser
vice he was manager of Ray's
the acreage to AAA office in fall
of 1945, and the county office will
issue him a 100 per cent excess card
on which to market his tobacco
Fines Creek Here
Friday Night, 7:30
The Waynesville Mountaineers
will meet the Fines Creek cagers in
a doubleheader on the local high
school court Friday evening at 7:30.
This is a return engagement be
tween these two teams. The Way
nesville boys took their game but
the local lassies were defeated in
the previous game. .
Both aggregations will be at
full strength and it is expected that
a close contest will be played in
both of the divisions.
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Resolve In 1945 - -
To Save The
Building and Loan Way.
NEW SERIES OPENS
Building & Loan
J. C. Madison, Pastor
Church School with classes for
all ages opens at 10:00 o'clock.
At the 11:00 o'clock hour Holy
Communion will be observed. At
7:30 the pastor will speak on the
subject, "Open Doors". During
this service the officers of the Wo
man's Society of Christian Service
will be installed.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
meets at 6:30.
IEMr finniin stomach
IT, flflflim 11 Indian River Medi. 890
I X For Quick of Pah J
yrbue to Simp HoocTacrioV
I it- 1WT $1.25 Si
.... Miles A. McLean, Pastor
Sunday school at 10:30 with
classes for all ages.
Church service at 11 :30, at which
time the Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will be observed, with the
pastor taking as his communion
meditation a text from Joshua 3:5
'Consecrate yourselves, for tomor
row the Lord will do wonders
among you." There will be an
anthem by the choir.
The young people will meet at
:30 p. m.
Church rooms on second floor of
Authorized Christian Science
literature available from lending
library after church services each
Sunday church service at 11 a.
m. and the subject of the lesson
sermon on next Sunday will be
"God" and the Golden Text will be
taken from Isaiah 45:22, "Look
unto me, and be ye saved, all the
ends of the earth; for I am God,
and there is none else."
S. R. Crockett, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00.
Morning Worship, 11:00. Sub
ject, "Swinging Toward the Light."
Pioneers, 7:00 p. m.
Services every Sunday morning
except 2nd and 5th Sunday's. Pub
lic cordially invited.
For Quck ftolW of Pom
Due to Slmph Hadach9
lWt $1.25 Size
25c Size Laxative Chewing Gum
FEEN A MINT - 190
$1.00 For The Hair Wildroot '
CREAM OIL - 790
fiOc Size Kills Itch Mite
"Hit the enemy first." That's the
victorious strategy of our fighting
forces and it's sound strategy
for you, too, in your fightin against
seasonal ills. Keep your medicine
chest ready for action against Win
ter's attack by keeping it filled with
tried and proven health guards-
quality-tested in the laboratory . . .
quality proved bby daily use in mil
lions of homes.
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BUY THE LARGE SIZE
$1.20 Size Laxative
SYRUP PEPSIN - - - - 940
$1.20 Size For Kidneys
$1.20 Size Saline Laxative
SAL HEPATICA - - - - 980
$1.25 Size For Colds
$1.35 Size Liquid for Women Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound - - 890
BEG. 8-OZ. f 1.00 SIZE
MINAPOO - - $1
50c Size Tooth Paste -
Double Edge Razor Blades
PERSONNA - $1
$2.25 Value minerals and Vitamins
VIMMS .... $1.69
Having qualified as administra
tor oi tne estate of Mrs. Lela
Chambers Caldwell. HpCAJlflAri- Info
of Haywood County. North Caro
lina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate
of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Waynesville,
kouw two, wortn Carolina, on or
oeiore tne 7tn aay ot December,
1945 Or this notice Will h n1ent1
in bar of their recovery. All per
sona inaeDtea to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 7th day of December,
W. FRANK CHAMBERS,
Administrator of the Estate of
Mrs. Lela Chambers CaldwelL
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson,
Whitener Prevost. Snnprintpn.
dent of Sunday School. '
Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning Worship, 11:15 o'clock.
Quarterly Communion Service fol
lowing a brief Communion mes
sage by the pastor.
Pioneer boys and girls and Young
People meet at 6:30 p. m.
GRACE CHURCH IN THE
First Sunday after Fpipthany
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Evensong and Sermon, 4:00 p. m.
Rev. Arthur CFarnnm nf St
Mary's Church. Asheville. will eon.
duct the services at Grace Church
in the Mountains durincr the month
of January while the Rector is
absent, ihe public is cordially in
vited to attend all services.
St Mary's Chapel, Micadale
Evensong and Bible Study, 3:00
i ii rv
One Month's Supply Vit. B Complex
NORPLEX TABLETS 980
12 Oz. Size Squibb's Flavored
COD LIVER OIL - - 980
COUGH & COLD
35c Size For Colds Groves
BROMO TABLETS - - 250
Laxative Cold Tablets
Smiths Special - - - 250
For That Tickling Cough White Pine ahd
TAR SYRUP - - - - 250
SICK ROOM NEEDS
Bed Pans, Puss Basins, Rubber Sheets.
Rubber Gloves, Antiseptics and
Each step in the compounding
of a prescription by our experi
enced pharmacists is a model
of precision work measuring
up to the most exacting stan
dards of the medical profession
. . . conforming exactly to the
minutest measurement. We se
lect, weigh, measure and mix
with painstaking precision be
cause that is the onlv formula
that produces absolute accuracy
the precision that mnui W
Men, Women! Old at
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SO. 60, for body old lolily because low In Iron; alM
prophylactic doses rltamln Di. calcium. 860 Intro-
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Tablet for new pep. younger feeling, thu very day.
The 50 Quality Tooth Brush
50c Size Liquid Dentrifiee
TEEL - 390
60c Size Regular or Special
lirene fchampoo 49c
ALLEN RUE - - 790
40c Size For Croupv Children
MUSTEROLE - - 330
40c Size Tooth Powder
SQUIBB 2 for 59
1405 Dec 7-14-21-28 Jan. 5-12