THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER J i '
Thursday, Jaury 1
Cpl. Whisenhunt 1 0verseas 23 Months
c DernckjS :x
Corporal Harry K. Whi-enhuat
has received the Silver Star award
for gallantry in action in France
on December 2, 1!M4. according to
information received here from
the 26th Infantry Division head
quarters, in Luxembourg.
Cpl. Whisenhunt entered the
service in AinTl, DM.;, and was
inducted at Camp Croft. From
Croft he was sent to Fort liragg
and then to Relvoiv, Ya.. 1'or hfs
basic training, liefore being sent
overseas he was sent to (leorge
town University for i ci la-sifica-tion
and then to Harvard !'!' spe
cial training. From the latter he
was sent to Camp Forrest, 1'enn., I
and then to Fort Jackson.
Before entering the servoe Cpl.
Whisenhunt held a position with
11, e engineering department of the
TV A. He was educated at ISre
vard Colle're and the University
of Washington State, Seattle. His
wife and young s.n are residing
m!h her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
);. C. Moody.
Fouricen years ot study
jii-ralure and humidity co
Jlr. Willis Carrier prcce
eoijuiicrcial piodticlion of
air-conditioning units bv
porat ion he fou nded. 1 h
lasted from I 'Mil to 1 1 ' I -
"Bronchuline Sure Acts Wilh Speed!
Now I Know I Can Gei Some Sleep."
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Every time your loved
one looks at that gift you
jave from Davis-Smith, he
ipr she will think of you.
That is why our gifts to
some one you love work
up ed overtime for you. Over
lime pays double, you
know double love, doll
I SEEING IS BELIEVING I
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ing lack of time to shop in stores scarcity of good
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make this the ideal way to order your clothing. The
new Spring and Summer Suitings for ladies and gents
i are here. With dozens and
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i ' ECONOMY
S. E. GREER
T 1 WILLIAM E. WRIGHT, of
Waynesville. R.F.I. No. 1,, has ar
rived in Ashevilie at the Army
(iiound and Service Forces Re
distribution Station where he will
spend approximately ten days
awaiting reassignment to duty.
Sgt. Wright has returned from
2,'! months overseas service and
will have access to all recreational
facilities while he is at the Ashe
vilie Station. Full hotel service
v ill be extended to him.
Letters To Editor
'. W. ('lilt is lillss
i ncsville, . C.
On behalf of the Waynesville
Rotary Club. I wish to express to
you the sincere sympathy of each
of us in your recent fire doss, and
to hope that like 1'hoenix of old,
that from the ashes theie may rise
an I'lni greater Waynesville
Mountaineer, to inform and en
lighten the denizens of Haywood
County for many years to come.
We appreciate the splendid
vvoil: voti have done in giving ns
a newspaper of which any county
could be justly proud, and we
wish for you success in the coming
( ord mil v Yours,
II I ILIA fil) H. ATKINS,
Bill Miller Pledged
To Sigma Chi Fraternity
Hill Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
'Clyde Kay, of Waynesville. has
j recently been pledged to Sigma
'Chi fraternity at the University
of Georgia, where he has been
a student during the past few
: 1 1 1 ' r 1 1 hs.
Young Miller was among the'
pledges announced at the Cniver- I
sity lor the .vinter ntiarter by!
Kos.-el Slelling, president, of th
J ntei I i ulernity Counci
For You To Feel Well
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week, m'vpr slopping, the kidneys tiltT
Basic m;ilter from the blood.
If more people cre aware of how the
kidneys must constantly remove sur
plus liuid, excess acids and othi-r waste
rrtiMt r that cannot stay in the blood
wilh'itjt injury io health, there would
ln hetter understanding of it hy t he
whnlt- system is upset when kidneys fail
to function properly.
Hurnintr, scanty or too frequent uriiin
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pains, getting up at nights, swelling.
Why not try Doan's Pills' You will
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tion of the kidneys and help them to
f!uh out p'tisonous waste from the
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Get Doan'i today. Use with confidence.
At alt drug store.
dozens of patterns to se
expertly tailored to your
to fit everyone's pocket-
HAZELWOOD, N. C.
WAYNES VILLE METHODIST
J. C. Madison, Pastor
Church Sehool under the direc
tion of M. H. Bowles opens at
10:00 o'clock. The Nursery re
mains open during the church
At 11:00 o'clock the pastor will
speak on the subject, "A Wither
ing Flower." His subject for the
evening service will be, "Living
The Methodist Youth Fellow
ship meets at 6:30.
'CHURCH OF COD
S. C. Lowery, Pastor
Choir practice Thursday even
ing at 7:45.
Singing convention Sunday at
2:00 p. m.
All singers and public cordially
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
L. G. Elliott, pastor
Sunday School at 9:4.". Super
intendent Messer is anxious to
have all oVscers and teachers pres
ent and on time. At the close of
the morning .worship all u'ncers
and teachers for the coming year
will be publically installed with an
At I 1 o'clock the pastor' will use
as his subject: "Keeper of the
Yineyard," in which particular
emphasis will be given to the task
! and opportunity of the Sunday
School in the Centennial Evange
listic Crusade. .
Training Union, under the di
rection of Miss flattie Freeman,
will meet at G:3(J. If we are to
t rain and teach a "Million more"
during 1 '. ) 4 : j . we must use this or
ganization for that purpose.
At the 7:30 hour of worship the
pastor will speak on this suhiect:
"The Night of Wholesale Death."
1 ' h m is the second in the series of
messages on the Voices of the
The mid-week service Wednes
day night at 7 :.'!() continues to
grow irr numbers and interest. Let
us have at least one hundred next
Wednesday night. Choir will meet
for rehersal immediately after
Beginning this week, the recrea
tion hall will be opened each Wed
nesday night after the mid-week
service. .Mr. and .Mrs. Ben 1 nil-1
lips will be in charge of the pro-
H)K hAI.r .Swivel desk chair-,
rn dark oak. very reasonable,
K. Wallace Lawrence, Arcln-
tect. Phone 4 111. Jan. 18!
LOST I'rown billfold, containing
Social Security Card, Birth Cer
tificate. Also pictures. Reward.
Mrs. Hilda C. Brown, Hotel Le
Faine, Room 20G Jan. 18.
FOUND Hound dopr, read with
white toes and narrow blaze
face. Female. Thomas Kil
lian, Maggie. N. C. Jan. 1C
FOR ANY kind of motor work, sec
Herman Rathbone or James
Soda Banks at Garage on Hemp
hill Road one mile from main
highway at Amos Moody's place.
Jan. 18-25 Feb. 1-8
FOR SALE Dressed ducks and
hens. Call Rollman, phone
2111. Jan. 18
LOST Ration Book No. 4. Thel
ma I. Smith, Maggie, N. C.
Jan. 18-25 Feb. 1
FOR SALK Can now change
your battery radio into an elec
tric set. Radios bought, sold,
repaired. Factory recondition
ed pianos sold on easv terms.
LINDSAY RADIO SERVICK,
OS Main St.. Canton, 56 Main
St., -Waynesville. Jan. 18-25
FOR SALE Reconditioned play
er piano also other type pianos
sold on easy terms. Radios
bought and sold, repaired. Lind
say Radio Service, 98 Main St.,
Canton, 56 Main St., Waynes
ville. Jan. 18-25 Feb 1-8
WANTED IX ASHEVILLE N. C.
Colored couple to live on place
and do general housework and
cooking. Will furnish two room
apartment with bath and pay
the woman $14.00 per week and
the man $16.00 per week. Ap
plicants must be recommended.
This is a permanent job which
requires no over-head living ex
penses . Phone 293 in Ashevilie,
collect. Mrf. Morrison.
FOR SALE; Two coon and 'possum
tree dogg. See Charlie Williams,
near Rubber plant. Jan. 11-18
USED CARS WANTED -, We
will pay ceiling price for good
used cars. See Davis-Liner
WANTED AT ONCE skilled and
semi-skilled workers. Also truck
drivers and farm help. Houses
furnished. See Jerry Liner, at
FOR SALE six-room house. See
Jerry Liner, Lake Junalusluu
FOR SALE 1931 Model A Ford
Tudor Sedan. Good condition.
See Davis-Liner Motor Sales.
WANTED elderly couple to. milk
and feed cattle. House provided.
See Jerry Liner, Lake Jnnalnika
Pastor, Miles A.
Sunday School at
K. H. Terrell, Supt.
Church service at 11:30, at
which time the pastor will speak
and the text will be Mat. 13 :28:
"An enemy hath done this." The I faction and pride that I forward
choir will sing a special number. I this splendid commendation for
The young people will meet at outstanding performance on fre
7:30 p. m. with the topic, "Get-1 quent occasions. On Sept. 10, Co.
ting along with our teachers." I A distinguished itself and took
Several school teachers will be I Houffalz, Belgium, despite deter
present to take part in the discus- mined enemy opposition. The des-
Church rooms on second floor
of Masonic Temple.
Authorized Christian Science
literature available from lending
library each Sunday after church
Sunday church service at 11 a.
m. and the subject of the Lesson
Sermon for next Sunday will be
"Life". The Golden Text will be
laKen irom Jonn j:a, This is
thee the only true God and Jesus
life eternal that they might know
Christ, whom thou hast sent."
A joint resolution passed by the
Senate and the House in the Gen
eral Assembly was introduced dur
ing the week by Glenn C. Palmer,
representative f i o m Haywood
The resolution invited David E.
Lilienthal, head of the Tennessee
v aney .'uiuionty. to speaK at a
joint meeting of the Assembly on
January the 30th.
Cpl. Foch Rogers, son of IVIi
ano ivirs. i. a. Kogers, is now
serving somewhere in New Guinea
according to information receive!
by his family. Cpl, Kogers was
stationed at Camp Ord, Calif
prior to being sent overseas.
Hyatt is visiting C. J
Windsor. Mr. Kay is
.lerk at the Piedmont Ho-
LOST Ration liook No. 4. Name
i Jessie C. Davis, Hazelwood, Box
Return to above address.
LOST One gold identification
bracelet with wings insignature
on Saturday. Finder please call
l.!7. Jan. 18
FOR SALE Pre-war bicycle. See
John Gillett, Jr., Lake Juna
ltlska. Jan. 18
Needed In War
Work In This
Waynesville, N. C.
I The company in which Private
i First Class Lloyd Terrell Derrick
i son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Der
' rick, of Balsam, is serving has re-
cently been commended accord
I ing to a letter from his command-
ing officer, Pfc. Dewiek has been
on overseas duty lor the past
twelve months. At present he is
a patient in a hospital in England.
The letter sent to his family
read as follows: "It is with the
' greatest personal pleasure, satis-
! troyers we re always well forward
clearing out defended road blocks
' and when given an indirect fire
i mission they quickly put their guns
into position and harrassed the re
treating enemy with accurate fire
When combat team 22 pierced
the Siegned line on Sept. 14, bear
Buche't, Germany, Co. A., of which
your son is a member ably sup
ported the assault elements in the
advance so that the objectives
were reached quickly and with a
minimum loss of personnel and
J he speed and acuracy in rc
cent operations has won confidence
and respect of all my command.
The offensive spirit and devotion
to duty demonstrated by the offi
cers and men is indictive of a high
state of training and moral with
in the battalion. Such devotion to
duty and performance despite a
state of efficiency and a will to do
come about only by response of
each individual to long and hard
training inspired by outstanding
Pfc. Derrick has also been aw
arded the Bronze Star for his mer
itorious action on August 2'i.
Informal discussions on peace
time compulsory military training
featured the program of the Way
nesville Rotary club at their regu
lar luncheon meeting on Friday.
Col. J. Harden Howell, veteran
of World War 1, and commander
of the Second North Carolina
Regiment, State Guard, spoke in
defense of the training, pointing
out the necessity for such train
ing as a preventive measure of
further wars, and protection to
Dr. William Love, director of
the Methodist Assembly, spoke on
the other side of the question.
Guard Your Health
'Pastuerized Milk Is Always Safe'
Waynesville Gulf Servic
Dairy Products Go.
SHIPMENT OF NE
ED SIMS, Owner
BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
7:50 by 16