cement hasoeen m-u.
...Iiure oi "
N. J., to Private
U i am uium"'- "
.1. nlaoo in n
.In-.iv on Tuesday, Jan
; . , o'clock m the
' at the paroiiae of the
,, Church of Green
u With the pastor, the
' !. Mobley Latimer,
' The double ring ser-
marriajre the bride wore
1.1.. J-e. with siWer
,t.eries. He'' shoulder
vasof talisman roses. 1 be
teiule.1 Salem hKih school.
Guv Graty. of Waynes
.lCr"0f the bride, was ma-honur.
Cibm attended uie v-
high school. ne una
ictunin! from thirty-five
ovei-eas duty, having serv-
lawaii. .Uarsnana, uuucib,
m I'KKIOK COURT
,,. SOUTH CAROLINA
Y OK HAYWOOD.
:NL K THA-MMELL
EH TRAM M ELL.
lefeniiiint above named win
'li,-,. that an notion has been
ceo jcninst her in the Su
ourt "f Haywood County
purpose of securing an ab-
lliviuci' lrnni me (leieiiuaiu
rnuinds of two years sepa
,h1 the (lefenilant will fur-
lt, n,,t:i- Unit sne is requir-
ppcar lit the ofliee of the
f the Superior Court ol
, t'ouiiiy not later than
n- from 5. February, 1945,
1 1- -i..- .
wir i' ilemiir lo me pmm
... . i i:. u
Ijiiiliillil or I lie rcnu viugiii.
Will Have Paper At
Club Meet Friday
The January meeting of the Wo
man's Club will be held this after
noon at Oak Park, with Mrs.
James W. Killian, president, pre
siding. Members are asked to
assemble promptly at 3:30.
Mrs. James Harden Howell will
have the paper of the afternoon,
and her subject will be "The Pa
cific and Its Islands." Hostesses
will be: Mrs. G rover Davis, Mrs.
liudolph Ilollaus, and Mrs. Nublu
THE mWAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER m
Tells Of Work
At Moore General
Joseph Howell Society
CAR Holds Meeting
The Joseph Howell Society of
the Children of the American Rev
olution met last Wednesday after
noon with Lucile, .vlddred and
Norman Jean Hiown at the home
of their mother, Mrs. Walter
Brown, as hostesses. Mrs. .). Har
den Howell, senior president, pre
sided. Marguerite Way lead a paper
on the life of .James Madison.
Lucile Brown reviewed the C.A.K.
magazine, ma l.ou giusoii sang
"have a Heart ror the
During the business session Al
len Hart, treasurer, gave the an
nual report. Marguerite Way,
registrar, reported papers of new
members sent to Washington.
The February meeting was an
nounced for the first Wednesday
Miss Lambert, head of occupa
tional therapy diseases was the
guest speaker at the January
meeting of the Dorcas Bell Love
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American ((evolution, with Mrs.
W. L. Hardin, serving as hostess.
Mrs. James . Henderson, of
Canton, was in charge of the pro
gram and introduced the speaker,
a personal friend and former stu
dent. Miss Lambert gave a his
tory of Moore General Hospital
and told many interesting stories
of her wink.
She stated that her department j
of service was for both thu men
tally and physically disabled. She !
told of the work of leaching the i
men how to do things with their j
bands, which often .erved a two- j
lold purpose, being used as a
cure and also as means of teach
ing them an occupation.
The -following were elected as'
delegates to the state meeting
which will be held in High Point
in March; .Mrs. J. Harden Mow-
lioys ell and Mrs. James W. Killian;
1 with alternates. Mrs. S. H. llush-
the St Ii day
KTRl'DK I'. CLARK,
ut Clerk f Superior Court
in. ll-IS-25 Feb. 1
jv without massage?
I Amazing new N'nnrtO Crim
W rmu.lfn reroB-nlzi'd ricn(lfif
njri'iw (fitiiiilf nvx nor
nnmc i which may tp ncpdi-'j
If ymir But ii under-normal,
fl it ihif to luck tjf supply of
sufficient enlro(pnlr iuIi
MmcN. Nam-Uc Crt-am van-tshi-s.
i ,,uirrrt nr tiresome
' HASSA'i. No mutter what
you hvf tried now try Nan
i itp Oram on (ruarfintPF of
complete aatlsfrtlon o r
mnney hark. 30-(tay Jar In
plain wrap f.ir fl.OO'plUS UX.
in the month to be held with Allen j
Hart. The hostesses were assist-
ed by their mother and Betty
Brown in serving during the so- !
cial hour. j
Mrs. Corpening and
Mrs. Ketner Visit
In Winston-Salem i
Mrs. Wayne A. Corpening and
Mrs. Chas. D. Ketner spent the
week-end in Winston-Salem as
the guests of Lt. Col. and Mrs. 11.
P. Tucker. Col. Tucker has re
cently returned from the Euro
pean war theatre and has served
28 months with Major Corpening,
husband of Mrs. Corpening. Col.
Tucker also recently met SSgt.
Chas. Ketner in England, so he
brought first hand information to
the wives from their husbands.
To Speak At Dinner
Meet of Girls' Club
Trot. John Seymour, member of
the faculty of Western Carolina
Teachers College, will address the
members of the Dayton Girls Club
at their regular dinner meeting to
nell and Mrs. 11. L. Prevost. Al
ternates elected to the national
i convention were: Mrs. J. 11. llow
j ell, Mrs. James M. Long, and Mrs.
1 Glenn Tweed.
; in the chapter w ho had bought I
bonds. The registrar stated that
the papers of three new members
were pending in Washington. Mrs.
James K. Boyd, Red Cross chair
man, asked the members for their
Mrs. Howell, chairman, asked
for books and magazines for the
Cherokee reservation school. Mrs.
J. F. Abel stated she had sent a
box valued at $100 to Crossnore.
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt stated that a
dress making contest would be
held in the Fines Creek school.
A social hour followed with the
special guests including: Mrs. Wal
ter West. Mrs. Marie Mitchell,
Mrs. Allen McLean, Mrs. James
K. Thcmas and Mrs. Horace Frost.
Miss Martha Greene
Becomes Bride Of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Greene of
I Waynesville. R.F.I). No. 2, bavo
; announced the marriage of their
j daughter. Miss Martha Greene, to
Clyde Lyle, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Flovd Lvle, of Waynesville, K. F.
I D. No. 1.
j The marriage took place in
! Clayton, Ga., on September Tith.
1 he young couple were accom
l. , f iFoUiS il t 4 J8 'Chungking I I
R.nirrSong ;"': , ' f l0OMilJ I
C I CHIN HILLS i
.VVi.i,.,J 'VnnriX: A -.-o . . M. 'l
I V 'C f V ifymmono wer 3
8 ATrvJ I
Seal of Mil
Gulf of Martabon
Pfc. Edward Glavich, Jr.
Serving In France
Pfc. Edward Glavich, Jr., who
is serving with the Seventh Army
in France, has been through a
baptism of lire in his experiences
that few soldiers ever forget. Tin
men of the ;l08tli Infantry Kegi
ment of the 100th Division have
I speriil reason never to forget the
France wai theatre. They have
been in action in one of the tough
est sectors of the long Seventh
Army groi.n front in Eastern
The enemy he id prepared posi
tions in dense forests. Their dug
outs were deep, covered with logs,
and well camouflaged. Their ar
tillery was placed on the moun
tainous heights that rose above the
forest level. Tank traps, boobv
1 rails and land mines many of
the latter ingeniously I'.lted wit1'
trip wires blocked the narrow
routes and paths through the forest.
Still, against military obstacles
ike these, against a fanatic enemy,
anil in weather conditions that in
cluded rain ami snow and ankle
deep imid, the o'.isth proceeded
without delay to help take- Bac
carat, to cross the swift. Hooded
Muertho Uiver and to press the
Nazis further back toward the
The :i'.l8th Infantry, with other
units ol the Century Division, was
uctiviated at Fort Jackson, in No
vember, 1P12. participated in ma
neuvers in Tennessee, and later
moved to Fort Bragg, for t ruining
in coordination of infantry with
tanks. artillery and air force.
May Succeed Dies
, mi,. .,
Rep. John S. Gibson, above, of
Georgia, may be named chair
man of the new permanent Com
mittee on I'n-Anierican Activi
ties, better known as the Dies
Com mil tee.
After two years of unsuccessful land campaigns to cap
ture Jap-held Akyab biggest port on Burma's west
coast, the British, with the largest combined operations
force ever launched against the Asiatic continent, took
the town without a shot being fired. The Japanese had
.scrammed. Possession of this island-port gives Allies a
harbor capable of accommodating 8000-ton ships ami
air bases whose easy-bombing arc includes the great
Jap strongholds of Mandalay and Rangoon, and the only
escape routes out of the latter port. Operations from
Akyab will complement southward drives of British,
Chinese and U. S. forces toward Mandalay and Lashio.
panied to Clayton by Mrs. Ruth
! Moody, of Maggie,
i Mr. Lyle is employed by the
j Dayton Rubber Manufacturing
- For the present the couple are
Mid Mariannas. Hq will report j l esiding at the home of the bride-
for reassignment at Fort Bragg I groom's parents at Waynesville,
on January 30. 'K.F.D. No. 1.
be held in the W.W.iVC. Cafe on
Friday evening at S o'clock.
Mis. Lura Kerley, president of
the club, will preside at the dinner.
OPENING OF MAIN STREET
IN LOBBY OF PISGAH THEATRE
(NEXT TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK)
NOTICE OF NEW SCHEDULES
pve Station For Hazelwood On The Hour and Every
pve Dayton Plant for Waynesville on the Hour and
Every Half Hour
St. John's To Meet
Here Friday Night
St. John's Rangers and Ranger
ettes will seek to avenge Warren
Wilson College on the local Ar
mory court Friday night, January
li, at 7:;!0 p. m. Warren Wilson
took a doubleheader from St.
John's Thursday, January 11, at
Warren Wilosn, with the linal
boys' score of .'37-22, and girls'
score of ,'ll-2o.
On Monday, the 10th of Janu
ary, St. John's battled Clyde at
Clyde and came out of the fray
by the skin of their teeth. The
Rangerettes tied Clyde girls with
a score of 2G-2G. At no time dur
ing the game was one team more
than four points ahead of the oth
er and just before the final whis
tle Knsley threw the last goal
which tied the score.
The score of the boys' game
was 27-22 in St. John's favor.
Frank Dunbar was high scorer for
St. John's with i'.i points, but the
whole team played a good game
and one of their best as far as
teamwork was concerned.
Boy score, St. John's at War
ren Wilson, January 1 1 :
St. John'. (22) W. Wil.on (37)
F F. Dunbar ( 7) Martin (8)
V Resor (5) Robinson (12)
C Mills CO King (U)
G Ryan (2) Banks (4)
G Sutton CD Beach
Subs: St. John's, Cagle, B. Dun-,
bar (2), Minett, Ray, Nicholson.
Warren Wilson, Moss.
I Girls' lineup:
St. John' (25)
iF Kluttz D
: V Ensley (14)
C Greer (5 )
i G Summerrow
W. Wil.on (31)
Subs: St. John's, Hundley. War
ren Wilson, Johnson (2), Majors
(1), Gardner (1).
Box score, St. John's at Clyde,
January 1 5 :
pve Station For East Waynesville Every 15 Minutes
RIDE OUR TIRES
0" mm BUS SERVICE w
Tom Lee, Owner
St. John'. (27)
F F. Dunbar (13)
F Resor (7)
C Mills (4)
G Ryan (1)
G Sutton (1)
Subs: St. John's.
I Wilson (1 ). Cagle, Minette; Clyde,
I Medford. Leatherwood, Justice, i
1 Brooks (3).
i Referee: Phillips,
St. John's (26)
F Kluttz (12)
F Knsley 14)
MRS. CORA BEASLEY
Funeral services were conduct
ed at 1 1 o'clock Monday morning
ut the Panther Creek Baptist
Church for Mrs. Cora Beasley
Rutlibone, wife of Tom Rathbone,
who died at her home on Panther
Creek at 1 1 :2f p. m. Saturday.
Rev. Forrest Ferguson and Rev.
Yoder Davis officiated. Burial
was in the church cemetery.
Surviving are the husband, one
daughter. Mrs. Kffie Arlington,
of Clyde, K.F.D. No. 1; three
brothers, Mack Beasley, John
Beaslev, and Shufmd Beasley, all
of Clyde. K.F.D. No. 1; two sis
ters, Mrs. Jennie Russell, of Hen
dersonville, and Dovie Green, of
Hazelwood; and two grandsons.
The Garrett Funeral Home of
Waynesville, was in charge of ar
rangements. Methodist Circles
To Meet On Tuesday
The Circles of the Woman's So
ciety of Christian Service of tne
First Methodist Church will meet
on Tuesday, the 2.'ird as follows:
Circle number one with Mrs.
Guy Massie at '-i :'() in the after
noon; Circle number two with
Mrs. John Queen at 3:1-10 in the
afternoon; Circle number thiee
with Mrs. J. Clay Madison at 3:3t)
in the afternoon; Circk; number
four with M,ss Fiances and Miss
Helen Ray at 7:30 p. m.; and
Circle number five will be a din
ner meeting and will be held with
Mrs. Carleton Went lierhy at 7:00
Wallace Jackson Anders
On Duty At Houston
Wallace Jackson Anders, sea
man, first class, USN'R, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Shelton, of Waynes
ville, is now on duty at the Armed
Forces Induction Station, Hous
Seaman Anders is a graduate
of the Waynesville Township hih
i fehool in the class of 1941 and was
j active in the athletic program of
I the school. Prior to his enlist
ment in the Navy, on June 23,
1943, he was employed as a weld
er. Seaman Anders has seen sea
duty since he entered the service.
SAME DOC 26 YEARS AFTER
STRTGIS, Michigan. When
Charles W .Merchant was wound
ed badly on a battlefield in France
2(i years ago, an army doctor took
care of his wounds. Recently, Mr.
Merchant was taken to the gov
ernment' sanitarium at Sun Moun
tain, N. Y.. for the treatment of
an ailment resulting from Ins
World War 1 experiences. The
physician who entered the room to
examine him was the same one he
had hud on the French battle
ground. NEW RESIN AIDS SYNTHETIC
A K R O N, Ohio, Synthetic
rubber can now be employed for a
variety of products formerly re
stricted to natural rubber, due to
the use of a new resin compound
ing ingredient developed by the
Goodyear Tire and Rubber com
pany, officials of that company
huve revealed. The new resin per-
Local Girl Makes
Outstanding Record At
Miss Iternice Harrell, a fresh
man in the School of Business at
John B. Stetson University, De
land, Fla., maintained one of the
highest academic records for the
fall quarter, at the school, accord
ing to a release from the bureau
Miss Harrell is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Harrell, of
Waynesville. Miss Harrell is list
ed on the University honor roll
for the past quarter.
Albert Raines, S 1-c
In South- Pacific -
Albert 'Raines, seaman soco J.
class, son of Mrs. Maiy I-ee
Raines, of Hazelwood, is now serr-.
ing in the South Pacific war tne-"
Seaman Raines took his boot
tiaining at Bainbridge, Md., and
from there was nent to Norfolk,
Ya.. and then to California. From
the latter he was sent overseas.
Prior to entering the service
Seaman Raines was, employed at
the Dayton Rubber plant here.
SOT ICt: HHRV1SG 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 prounds of two yeara
reparation of man and wife;, and
that the said defendant will furth
er tnke notice that she is required
i to appear at the office of the Clerk
I of the Superior Court of said
I County in the court house in Way
j nesville, North Carolina, within
thirty days after the 29th day of
i January, 1945, and answer or de
I m nr to the complaint filed in said
action, or the plaintiff will apply
j to the Court for the relief demand
j ed in said complaint.
itns the 29tn day ol uecemoer,
GERTRUDE P. CLARK,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court of
Haywod County, North Carolina,
No. 1409 Jan. 4-11-18-25.
mits the production of synthetic
rubber products where colors are
desired, as in household and dec
orative items, toys and kitchen
equipment, and where high resist
ance to electrical currents is re-
6 TABLETS. 5AIVE NOiE DROPS
Relief At Last
For Your Cough
Croomultilon relieves promptly be
cause It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in
flamed bronchial mucous mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulslon with the un
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back. .
for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
WINTER DRIVING SPECIALS
NOW STRONGER. SAKR THAN IV1R .ru..
New, Improved Saftl-Loek Cord 14
stronger than previously used!
Heavier CuiKlonlnq 10 more robber
between the cord plies! Extra Tread
flies Give greater strength and safety
than ever before!
Grmdt t Tkt
Brin us your certificates for No. 1 tires. We now have
the following sizes in stock.
5:25-5:50-17 A ply 7:00-15 6 ply
6:25-5:50-16 4 ply 7:00-20 8 ply
Subs: St. John's, Frazier, Kle
man; Clyde, Cole, Lindsay.
Referee: Phillips, Poindexter.
THE WINNER SPINACH
EVANSVILLfi, Indiana. The
strength of Popeye the Sailor's
spinach was proven when grocer
Arthur H. Lillienkamp used a can
of spinach to thwart a would-be
robber. A customer entered the
store and ordered a cocanut, to
mato juice and then spinach. As
Lillienkamp turned to get the
spinach, the "customer" drew out
a lead pipe, hit him on the head
and told him to stay down. But the
grocer dazedly reached for the can
of spinach and knocked the robher
IHCMEMIER THESE RULES
Cnak aut ftm
Leal Ml enry tpat
Batteries for any make car
or truck - Standard - Perma
Life - Extra Life - Commercial.
Penn Sentinel 100 Per Cent Pure
Made from highest grade pure Penn Paraffin base and
carries label of the Penn Grade .Crude Oil Association
Sealed Containers, 2 gallons.
Firestone Home & Auto Supply Co.
J. C. GALUSHA