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THE WAYNES VOLE MOUNTAINEER "
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Philippines on February 23. accord
ing to a messaee from the War n...
. siinnery panraem 10 ms wiie, me tormer
later aim Miss Emma Louise Leatherwood
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John J- Williams
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term and then to
to roll nf""""B- v.-..
training as a parairoup-
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erseas for two
l the time
e ,c was empioyeu uy
nl..nl frinling Office in
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n n. service, Robert
i . ; Atlantis
(l,l is surviving are nis
i il.nr Punillu
JllliMIld wuiiin. -"i
(ireen was honored
hip, Sunday at
;il church, of which
-L in Ins memory had been
n. altar ny ur. arm
i,, i liev fiobl. G. latum,
Lh tnhuie to the courage
et ,1 1 Hit ttt'I-'t I vinrem
eil Hie service in Janu-
'iirlfis Since 1865)
Iprrt Watch Repair
i 3 ( lunch Street
tile Masonic Temple
bw to Grow
If ent of tht mIn cmntlah. N
fpfODtrly blnrtd In mlnmh,vlte
J proit mt to tntblt tht fatf-flrowfaif
fo dtvtlop onifomtly.
rqulrtmtn to hnara itd
I "Jo Ittttittint, Md Mrofit,
rMd tlvi .nd (row by
"irt UUARD STARTER.
fATT cS CO.
Va. Pfc. Robinson entered tho sim-
vice in March, 1943 and was in
ducted at Camp Croft. He had
been in the Pacific theater for the
past 18 months. Surviving are his
wile, his mother, three brothers.
Pfc. William Earl Robinson, and
Pfc. Johnny Howell Robinson, both
serving in the European Theater
and Donald Robinson, of Ha.cl
wood; four sisters, Mrs Howard
Passmore, Mrs. Max Cochran and
Miss Betty Joe and Miss Ernestine
Robinson, all of this section.
Pfc. H. H. Medford
Time In Germany
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ine rurpie neari ana Dak Leal c. . .,.
Cluster. He is serving with the Siairinff V isll Frv Tonifht
Oren Coin S 1-c
Arrives From Pacific
Oren Coin, seaman first class,
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Coin,
who enlisted in the navy as a vol
unteer in April. 1943, on his 17th
birthday, has arrived home from
the South Pacific for a 37-day
leave with his parents.
Seaman Coin enlisted in Ashe
ville and took his buot training
at Bainbridgo, Md.. and from there
was sen' to New Orleans, after
which he was transferred to Sa
vannah, and then assigned to sea I
He was a student in the Way
ncsville Township high school at
the time he enlisted. Upon the
completion of his leave here Sea
man Coin will report for duty to
New Orleans where he will be
given his next assignment.
Seaman Coin has a brother in the
service. liohhie Coin, E.M. 1 e.
who has recently been reassigned
to duty in the Pacific area where
he had previously served for two
and one half vears.
Killed In Crash
sf . - -K
Sunday School Dept.
Third Division of the Seventh
Army. This division was re
cently awarded the Fourragere,
the coveted French cord ol honor,
in a colorful ceremony in liberated
The citation which Gen. De
Tassigny read on behalf of Gen
eral de Gaulle, who personally or
dered the decoration, praised the
"splendid courage" of the division
and particularly noted the signi
ficant role they played in cleaning
up the Colmar pocket and liberat
ing Lower Alsace from the Ger
mans. The Fourrager, Hi st to be award
ed to any American division dur
ing the war. is authorized as a per
manent part of the uniform. It
will be worn by all officers and
EM of the 3rd Division.
Pfc. Medford entered the service
About fifty are expected to the
fish fi v at the F F A. hut on the
high school grounds tonight. The
event is being given by the adult
department of the First Baptist
J. C. Brown, superintendent of
the department, will be in charge
of the program, and serving.
on January 13, 1944. and was in
ducted at Fort Bragg and from
there sent to Camp Wheeler, Ga..
and later to Fort George Meade
He arrived in Italy on July 15, and
was then sent lo France and later
Pfc. Medford was rf member of
the 1943 graduating rlass of the
Cr.ibtrec-lron Duff high school and
at the time he entered the service
was engaged in farming.
FOR SALE One good Roman
Eagle Range either coal or wood,
good condition. Apply Greens
Grocery, Maggie, N. C.
April 19-2(i-May 3
SECRETARY. 18 months experi- i
' ence desires work in this locality.
C. T. Mountaineer. Apr. 19
FOR SALE Screened Bahv Bed,
nursery chair, play pen with
floor. Phone 429-W. Apr. 19
LOST - One green ear ring. 3
stones. Friday afternoon some
where on Main Street. Reward.
Dorothy G. Fields, box 262, Way
nesville. April 19
WANTED Nurse for 2-year-old j
baby. No cooking. $10.00 per j
week. Phone 122 after 3 p. m.
LOST Between Watkins Garage
and Waynesville Ice Plant on
Monday morning around 9:01) ,
o'clock one roll of chicken wire.
Please call 267-R. Apr 1!)
FOR SALE Double bed chit
spring. Clean and in good con
dition. Innerspring mattress in
cluded. $35.00 complete. Kim
ball Organ. In good condition.
Beautiful woodwork and finish.
$30.00. F. H. Saunders. 281
Short St. Phone 172 161-.I.
WANTED An all-round cook.
Also handy man. Adger House.
FLOOR-SANDING AND FLOOR
FINISHING Guaranteed work.
G. Goldman, phone 75. Sylva.
N. C. Apr. 19-28 May 3
FOR SALE 1941 Willys Pick-up
truck, original tires, looks anil
runs like new. O. D. Massie, Rt.
2, Canton. N. C. Apr 19
WILL SWAP good electric baby
washing machine for good used
tricycle. Spin-Dry type. Also
three burner oil stove, phone
483-M. April 19
LOST Pocket book containing Ra
tion Book, Social Security card
and other valuable papers. James
Cloninger. return to Paul Park
er, Waynesville, Route 1.
lost.' Wallpaptr You Put Up Yourself...
LOST- Tcele blue woolen jacket
lo suit. Reward offered. Call
For SALE - Four gallon 7-year-old
Jersey cow and week-old calf.
Other fresh cows and heifers.
Also both Jersey and Guernsey
heifers, (3 to 12 months old. Sec
John Reeves, Lake Junaluska.
FOR SALE -- A new (Romeagle
Lassie) coal range. Mrs. J. B.
Holcombe. Medford Farm.
USED CARS WANTED We
will pay ceiling price for good
used cars. Sue Davis-Liner
WAYNESVILLE WOMAN will
share costs and help drive to
Norfolk between April 15th and
Mav 10th. Phone 525-J.
FOR SLIP COVERS, button holes,
covered buttons, buckles and
bells, also hemstitching, see Mrs.
T. L. Campbell at 11 Masonic
Temple, phone 525-J.
WANTED Timber cutters and
wood laborers. Top going wag
es plus board in good camps in
Henderson and Buncombe coun
ties Write or see J. A Putnam.
Farmers Federation. Asheville.
Hiring in compliance with W.
M C. regulations.) Apr 12-18
WANTED - Good tricycle, small
size. Call 108. Mrs. Robinson.
FOR SALE - Wood. Get your next
winter's now. Fred Marcus,
April 12-19 May 3-10-17
LINDSAY RADIO SERVICE
Radios bought, sold and repair
ed. 5fi Main Street. Waynesville.
. c. Mar. 15-May 3
ARTISTIC Piano Tuning. Voicing
and Repairing. Taul Shepherd.
Bethel High School, Waynesville.
V C. 1
LOST Ration Rooks No. 3 and 4.
Harmon Tate, Waynesville. N
C . Route 2. April 5-12-19
FOR SALE Ten lots, reasonable
price. Frank Robinson. Hazel
wood. April 5-12-19
LOST --Rat ion Books 3 and 4.
I William Carver Gillette, waynes
ville. N. C. April 5-12-19
i LOST Eight No. 4 Ration Books
i Lulu Aldrieh. Maggie Banks. 50
Smathers Street. Waynesville.
LOST- Five No. 4 Ration Books.
Name George Robinson. Return
to The Mountaineer office.
i WANTED Experienced parts
man. body man and mechanics.
Splendid opportunity in these
three openings, oee
pSSIE HARDWARE COMPANY
ROY PARKMAN, Owner
rrr a KTTrn a t nw"!E skilled and
semi-skilled workers. Ao truck
drivers and farm help. Houses
furnished. See Jerry Liner, t
Lake Junalu.sk. ..
FLOYD THOMAS GRASTY, JR..
A. M. M. 3c, son of Mr. and Mrs.
F. T. Grasty of Waynesville, R.F
D. No. 1. who was killed at Port
Huenenie. Oxner, Calif., in a plane
crash on Thursday, April 5. on
routine flying. He was buried on
Tuesday afternoon in the Buch
anan cemetery. He entered the
service in May, 1942.
Floyd T. Grasty, Ir.
Buried With Full
Floyd Thomas Grasty. Jr.. 19.
A. M M. 3c, son of Mr. and Mrs
F. T. Grasty, of Waynesville. who
was killed in a plane chash at
Port Hueneme. Oxner. Calif., on
April 5, was buried with military
honors on Tuesday afternoon at the
Allen's Creek Baptist church.
Burial was in the Buchanan ceme
tery. The body arrived here on Mon
day, accomapnied by Henry Ferapp.
radioman, of Port Hueneme. Seven
teen members of the local post of
the American Legion took part in
the last rites, with Rev. C. L.
Allen conducting the services.
Y'oung Grasty entered the ser
vice as a volunteer on May 10.
1942. enlisting in Raleigh, He
took his boot training at Bain
bridge, Md., and from there was
sent to the Naval Air Base. Jack
sonville. Fla., for training in me
chanics. He attended gunnery
school at Yellow Water, Fla., and
took aerial combat at Fort Lauder
On December 12. 1944. he was
sent to the Pacific theatre, where
he served until last month. At the
lime he entered the service he
was a student at the local high
school. He has one brother in
the service. Clyde R. Grasty, U.
S. Army, now in France. Others
surviving are his parents, and an
olher brother, Harold, who lives
Crawford funeral home was in
charge of the arrangements.
State On TVA
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for the cooperation thai you gave."
' Among I he agricultural legisla
tion which Mr. Palmer helped
Setting up a program for cat
tle vaccination against Bangs dis
ease. A total of ten millions of high
way funds earmarked for building
and improving farm - to - market
roads. Work to be done when
labor and materials are available.
Degerminated grits, flour, bread
must be enriched.
Improvement of the State Fair.
Minimum number of plant food
units in fertilizer raised from 16
to 18. with exception of one grade
of tobacco fertilizer containing 16.
Low grade fertilizer must carry
red tag of warning to purchaser.
To stop sales of deficient or sub
No grass to be planted on high
ways that will injure nearby fields.
The word "cream, milk or ice
cream'' cannot be used in connec
tion with any trade name or brand
of any frozen desserts not made
from dairy products.
Colored oleo may be sold to
private homes, but may not be
sold to or by public eating places.
$40,000 appropriation set up for
pullorum control in chickens, and
a general study and improvement
of the poultry program.
Local groups may organize and
set up telephone cooperative for
serving rural areas, similar to
Rigid enforcement and improve
ments made in seed law, to pro
The sales tax was removed from
feeds, seeds, fertilizers and insec
ticides. Thi.S will save farmers of
this area about $50,000 a year, it
During the session of the As
sembly and since Mr. Palmer has
been working with Governor Cher
ry and others on the establishment
of a 4-H Camp on the local State
Test Farm. AH agencies are in
terested, and it appears just a
matter of time before the project
will clear the "red tape" through
which such procedures must pass.
Mr. Palmer is president of the
Western North Carolina Democrats,
and on numerous occasions, the
legislative group met in Raleigh
and worked out proposed legisla
tion for the general good of this
Increased appropriations for all
phases of agriculture were made
William B. Lanning
Funeral services were conducted
at the Rocky Branch Baptist church
on Friday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock
for William B. Lanning. 64, son
of W. C. Lanning and Rachel
Smith Lanning,' who died at 12:30
p. m., April 11, at the Haywood
County Hospital. Rev. Nanuel
Surviving are his widow, the
former Miss Elizabeth Wright;
four sons, Martin. Sam and Walter,
of Waynesville, and Cpl. Melvin
Lanning. U. S. Army: one daughter,
Mrs. Carl Mitchell; one sister. Mrs.
Will Mashburn. of Monroe, Wash.,
and 11 grandchildren.
Garrett funeral home was in
charge of the arrangements.
To Be Held Friday Named In CAP By
Funeral services were held at
the home of her parents in Cold
Springs Wednesday afternoon for
Lucy Strickland, infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Strickland,
who died on Tuesday afternoon.
Burial was in Cold Springs ceme
tery. Surviving are the parents
and five brothers and sisters.
Crawford funeral home was in
charge of the arrangements.
For G. L. Erwin
Funeral services will be held
Friday afternoon at 2 p. m. at the
Bethel Methodist church for
George Lawson Erwin. 63. Hay
wood county farmer, who died at
his home in the Pigeon section at
1:30 p. m. Wednesday. Burial will
be in the Bethel cemetery.
Mr. Erwin was a native of Hay
wood county, the son of Robert
and Nancy Cathey Erwin.
He is survived by his widow, the
former Miss Susie Ledbetter; one
daughter, Mrs. Delmah Smith of
Waynesville, R.F D No. 1; two
brothers, Mark Erwin, Darrington.
Wash., and Thomas Erwin, Bethel,
and one grandchild.
Garrett funeral home will be in
charge of the arrangements.
Zch Vance Trammel
Last rites were held on Sunday
aftenoon at I o'clock at the Gar
rett Funeral home for eh Vance
Trammel, til, who died at his home
here at 9:55 a in Saturday. Rev
Alfred Arlington officiated Burial
was in Green Hill cemetery
Mr Trammel was a native of
McDowell county and tin1 sou of
the late Mr and Mrs James Wes
ley Trammel, of McDowell county.
He is survived by his widow,
the former Miss Sallie Warren:
three brothers. Tom. Ed anil Dodge
Trammel, of Waynesville; three sis
ters. Mrs. Arthur St.imev. Mrs
Brainier Mitchell and Mis John
Lites. also of Wa nesville.
through bills which he helped fos
ter. YOU'RE NOT TOO OLD
TO FEEL YOUNG
Thin in a rnrsfMtre for men who hvt? known
life nut no lonwr fin1 il IhiiHinu brcatiM of
Ihe luck of ve rt it in ilniniiiH wml hormones.
Tromnne. a remit meihnil diwovcrr coinhtn
In if vitamins hoI hormnnra muy multiply th
vim nnd r.ettt mid rnjovment yon mire knew.
Vonr whole approHch. your whole attitude to.
mud life, nitty improve when you beiffn to
use Tromone. Now it may he poaatble (or
tnidille ngd men to nirttin enjoy the tame
Fpiiil, vitality and p!e;i nitres that made their
rnuth a thtrqr to remember. Added years
ituiv not huhtrat t from your pleuaurea when
you line Tmmofie, the new medtoal formula
iomtinmtr vitamins and hormonea. Follow
direction nn Inhel. Tromnne for sale by
Smith's Cut-Rate Drug Store
For Your Car Exclusively
Ford owners! We have suffjrient
Gnuina Ford Parts to keep
your car rolling. It's plain com
mon senie to use Genuine Ford
Parts. They're made exclusively
for your car. They fit right and
re made of Inboratory controlled
materials which insure maximum
life. And they cost less I
MADE RIGHT-FIT RIGHT
AH automobile parts may took
alike but they are not alike. Only
Genuine Ford Parts are precision-built
to exacting Ford stand
ards, exclusively for your car.
Ford uses 36 different kinds of
carbon and alloy steel in making
Genuine Ford Parts each part
is of the same high quality as tbe
original car part.
Lt. Dan Watkins
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around 50 and it is the desire of
the local flight to achieve a mem
bership of t least 100. Enlist
ments are still open both for
cadets, boys and girls 15 to 17,
and for adults, 18 and over.
Classes are beginning now and the
only requirement are the purchase
of a uniform and of a textbook,
both costing approximately $10.
Lt. Watkins pointed out that for
the small investment in CAP either
an adult or a cadet can learn basic
Rotarians Will Not
Meet Fridav At One
Rotarians will not meet Friday
as is their custom, since a special
meeting was held Monday night
in honor of the Boy Scout Troop
which the club sponsors.
Make This 10 Minute Test
Get a mobile liquid with strong
PENETRATING power. One con
taining full strength alcohol is
good. Powders, ointments and
mild solutions do not penetrate
sufficiently. To ol is the only so
lution we know of, made with 'M' '
alcohol. Feel is PENETRATE,
REACHES MORE GERMS. Most
drug stores have the test size.
Small lot just arrived at Smith's
information leading to actual flj
ing, which without this program
would cost an individual several
The members ot me local CAP
are now working toward the pur
chase of a plane in the near fu
ture and the location of a suitable
landing field so the members of
the local organization can actually
learn to fly.
'vf Need a
Black-Draught 11 4 V
I l-Usually prompt y.
I 2-Usually thorough', t
I 3-Always economical
Wo don't say wo give merchandise away. WE ONLY
SAY WE (JIVE YOU A HKJ MONEY'S WORTH . . .
Rceauso "WHAT YOU Ill'Y AT RAM I S IS (iOOI)"
So when we offer reductions . . . IT'S TIME TO TAKE NOTICE! Willi shoe
stamps KeltinK scarcer. UNRATIONEI) SHOES SOLVE YOUR SHOE I'ROIJL EM!
Because we carry such large stocks . . . we always have COOl) men liaiidise to
CLOSE OUT. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS
of odd lols of good, serviceable Shoes - For The Entire
Family - At Large Reductions
Bargains for Ladies'
. . formerly to
$5.00. . Brown,
Ladies' Wedgie Ties
Suit able for
house & street.
Red. Greek . . .
Ladies' Dress Ties and
Green in as
Bargains for Boys & Girls
. . . with real
leather soles . .
Brown only . .
Girls' Two-Strap Play
Patent . lied
. . . While . . .
Boy's and Youth's Play
White . . .
One Group of Ladies'
Lots of good styles hut short lots ... all
These Represent Real Bargains On Real Shoes - See
Them Displayed On Our Main Aisle
Don't Worry About
Ration Stamps . . .
Hundreds of pairs of
Assorted colors .... with
Kood leather soles . . . for
street and house. . . .
II.iifTs I ii r a t i o n e d
Shoes Is 1 he l.aieest
A ssntl m r n t I o Be
Come Early For Best Selec
tions . . . Not All Sizes In