(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, APRIL
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Mrs. Myra Harrell
Mrs. Myra Harrell, of the Wellco
Shoe Corporation has been named
commander of the Canter Control
Campaign for Haywood county, ac
cording to an announcement made
thjs week by the state campaign
chairman, John Keer, Jr., of War
renton. W. E. Graham, of Clyde, has
been named chairman of the drive
for funds in the Clyde area. An
nouncement v.ill be made next
week of the committees to be sel
up in the Canton and V'a nesville
areas of the county, it vsas learned
from Mrg. Harrell.
Jonathan Woody and Chas. K.
Bay, Jr., are assisting Mrs. Har
rell in the organization of various
committees who will make the
drive to raise the $1.392. Hi quota
assiigned to Hawood county.
The quota was based on a four
cents per capita of the population
according to the 1940 census.
Drives will be made in all the
industrial plants and also through
the organizations of the community,
it was learned from Mrs. Harrell.
You ran plan now
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for all gas appliances
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3 for 25c
Deas Foro Booth
Nice To Enclose In
How women and girls
maiy get wanted relief
from functional periodic pain
Cardul Is a liquid medicine which
many women say has brought relief
from the cramp-like agony and ner
vous strain of functional periodis
distress. Here's how It may help:
f Taken like a tonic.
JL It should stimulate
appetite, aid diges
tion, thus help build re
sistance Xor the "time"
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fore "your time", it
should help relieve
pain due to purely func
tional periodic causes.
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I'l'C. W V. r,II. !. SWIFT. .I'!.,
son ul (. iiptuin :i)i(i Mi . V. F.
Swift, of Wayne-vtMe is now serv
ing in (ici'inans. and i.. attached
In the Kill Armored Division of
the Third Arms. Pic. Suitt ent
ered the service mi July 10. 1944
and a- inducted at I nil (leorge
Mea.de and from there was cnt to
Camp Uniterm Te . tor his basic
training, atid lal. r n turned to
Fort Cieorge Meade and n'.erseas.
He v.as lira -taiioned in l-'ranee
and then in ( let man'. . At the
time lie entered the service 1'1'c
Swift was einploN I'd by the New-j
port News Shipbuilding and Dry
Duck C'oii;pai . where he had held
a posiliiui lur tiie i.. I seven years.
To Meet In Canton
The Woman's Missionary I'nion
oi the ila wood liaplist Assnci;i- j
lion ill limd iK reciilar annual
meeting at ihe I i - liaplist church.
( anion, on Thursday. April i!(ith. J
boidnniiv.'; at 1 M:(Hl a. in. A .state
wide worker will be present audi
make an address and .Miss Haltiej
Gardner, returned miss ionary from j
Alrica. w ill lei! nt her work in
In addition to these two speak
ers the program v.ill include other '
interesting feature1- pertinent to j
the woik ni the i.r.iaiiial ion. Km- j
nhasis will he put on the goals of
the Centennial ear celebration.
All members including the Young
People's ( (Hin.--o!nrs are urged to
attend. Pastors of the churches in
the county are also invited to the
Keep a nutcracker in a kitchen
drawer, handy for budgim; stubborn
little screw top bc-'ile caps.
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your problem ol what
to use to kill bum la
th hom without IW
pet, food or yourself I Gel
new, non-Doisonout PIk-KIU
powder. Sprinkle as directed.
Bugs walk through lt-crwl
Smith's Cut-Rate Pru? Store
ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS
To increase flow of urine and
relieve irritation of the bladder
from excess acidity in the urine
Are you suffering unnpress.iiy distress,
baxkache, run-down feeling and discom
fort from excess acidity in the urine ? Arm
you disturbed nights by a frequent desire
to pass watcr Then you should know
about that famous doctor's disrovery
DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT that
thousands say gives blessed i t-lirf. Swamp
Root is a carefully blendrd combination of
16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsams. Dr,
Kilmer's is not harsh or habit-forming in
any way. Many people say its marvelou
effect is truly amazing.
Send for free, prepaid sample TODAY!
Like thousands of others you'll be glad
that you did. Send name and address to
Department D, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box
1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited. Send
at nce. AU druggists aeli Swamp Root
Beautiful Assortment Of
Single and Double
"Home Of Better Values"
iJ. C. Summerrow
Cpl. John C. Summerrow, son
of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Summerrow.
ol Ha.elwood, who is serving with
the armed forces in Germany, has
recently been awarded the Bronze
Star medal for heroic achievement.
Cpl. Summerrow entered the ser
vice in February, 1943, and has
been overseas since October, 1944.
He was first in England, and
since then has served in France,
Belgium. Holland, and later in
Germany. At 'he time he entered
the service he was connected with
the Home Security oflice here.
Excerpts from the citation which
accompanied the presentation of
the Bronze Star medal follow: "In
anticipation of an attack by the
enemy, the battalion bad establish
ed defensive positions in a village
in Germany. These men actively
participated in the laying of mines,
anti-personnel mines, and trip
flares for six days in the coldest
weather experienced by them in
combat. Enemy observation was
clear because of the flatness of
the terrain and their artillery, mor
tar and sniper fire constantly en
dangered the lives of these men.
Regardless of the lack of defilade
and cover, they conscientiously ap
plied themselves to the accomplish
ment of the mission. The courage
in the face of incessant danger and
the love of duly reflect the highest
credit upon themselves and the
Representatives from the state
area oflice of the War Manpower
Commission are in the Western
Area checking linns for compt'nnce
under Ihe War Manpower Ci .omis
sion Stabilization Program.
Every employer must establish
through the local L1. S. Employ
ment Service Olliee an employ
ment ceiling in essential and non
essential business, it was learned
lrom the local olliee.
Firms in Waynesville-Canlon
area are being cheeked this week
to ascertain that all male employ
ees are cleared and referred
through the Li. S. Employment Ser-
ice olliee; I hat linns hire only
within their ceiling and in com
pliance with other War Manpower
Commission Stabilization Regula
tions. Every employer is warned that
each new male hired must have a
referral from the U. S. Employ
ment Service oflice. Also each
female hired should present a Cer
tificate of Prior Employment un
less she is an inmigrate worker.
She must then he cleared and re
ferred by the United States Em
ployment Service Office.
Church School Day
To Be Observed At
Church School Day will be ob
served nt the First Methodist
church with an appropriate pro
gram next Sunday, April 22.
Teachers and officers are mak
ing an effort to promote a record
attendance for the Sunday school
hour. In the morning service
Chinch School ollicers and teach
ers will he given special recogni
tion and the pastor will speak on
the subject. "A Teacher from God."
From 12:00 till 1:00 and from
7:30 to 8:00 the teachers and class
Do you suffer
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If functional periodic disturbances
make you feel nervous, tired, restless
at such times try this great medicine
Lydia, E, Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound to relieve sucb symptoms. Taken
regularly it kelps build up resistance,
against sucb distress. Also a grand
Stomachic tonic, follow label directions.
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LT. SAM K. STKINC5FIELD re
ceiving decorations from Hrig (Jen
James V. Crabb, head of the bomb
er command of the Fifth Air Force.
Lt. Stringfield has served as a
Serving In Pacific
Second Lieutenant Sam String
field, son of Drand Mrs. S. L.
Stringfield. of Wa nesville, was re
cently decorated by Brig. General
.lames V. Crabb. head of the
bomber 'command of Fifth Air
Force, lie is shown above receiv
ing the award.
I.t. Slringficld lias been serving
with the famous .lolly Koger Lib
erator outfit of the Fifth Air Force
as navigator. Alter -i'.i bombing
missions lie has been retired from
combat duty u be rehabilitated and
reassigned in America.
I.t. Smngfielcl received his dec
orations in an outdoor ceremony
al Ihe .lolly linger bomber base in
the Philippines. He received the
second and third oak leaf clusters
to the Air Medal for meritorious
service during bis final 2m) hours
of aerial action. Previously he
had received the Air Medal with
a single cluster.
He wound up his overseas tour
of duty vulh 411! cotnbal hours,
in which he navigated his plane to
such targets as Gorrcgidor. Hataan.
Mindenso, Borneo and Formosa.
He participated in a raid on the
Balikpapan oil refineries in Bor
neo. That mission, a round (rip
flight of 18 hours, was one of the
longest on record. He repeated
the mission later an his 24-plane
formation in a 40-minute encounter
with 50 Zeroes shot down 17 of
them, itself returnine intact On
both missions the oil refinery tar
get was left in flames.
In combat two and one half
years, the Jolly Rogers, oldest
Liberator organization in the Pa
cific, have spearheaded the aerial
drive on Japan. They have de
stroyed more than 400 Jap planus
in the air, close to 800 on the
ground and sunk nearlv n half
million tons of enemy shipping.
i ney nave struck the opening day
light blows on numerous objectives,
including Hollandia, the Admir
alties, Borneo and the Philippines.
Lt .Slringficld made his first day
light flight on the Philippines.
At the time he entered the ser
vice. I.t. Stringfield, an alumnus of
the I'niversitv of North r
was a U. S. civil service employee
working with the Army Engineers
in airport construction. He has
three brothers in the service: Lt.
Thomas Stringfield. recently re
turned from the Pacific now at
Fdenton; Ensign James Stringfield,
recently returned from Europe,
now in Pacific, and SSgt. William
Stringfield. AAF gunner of nn
missions over Europe who holds the
Air Medal and four clusters.
officers will be in their respective
rooms to greet members of the
congregation who are invited to
visit the different departments of
the Church School plant.
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN TIIE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
ELLTS BURRELL, EDWARD BUR
RELL, H. C. BURRELL, SID
NEY BURRELL, ICA BURRELL,
JESS BURRELL. JETHRO BUR
RELL, MURPHY BURRELL,
AGNES CREASEMAN, ARDITH
BUMGARNER, ALMA BUM
GARNER, ELLA MAY BUM
GARNER, GLENN BUMGAR
NER, LILLIE BUMGARNER
and JOHN HENRY BUMGAR
NER. The defendants, H. C. Burrell,
Sidney Burrell, lea Burrell, Jesse
Burrell, Jethro Burrell,. Murphy
Burrell and Agnes Creaseman,
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commenc
ed in the Superior Court of Hay
wood County, North Carolina, to
sell lands for partition; and the
said defendants will further take
notice that they are required to
appear at the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County at the court house In Way
nesville, N. C, within ten days
after the 16th day of May, 1945,
and answer or demur to the peti
tion in said action or the plaintiff
petitioner will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said
This the 16th day of April, 1945.
GERTRUDE P. CLARK,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court.
No. 1427 Apr. 19-26-May 3-10
Draw Jury For
May Term Court
The Haywood county commis
sioners at their regular meeting
on Monday drew the jury for the
May term of Superior court, civil
term, which will convene here on
May 7, with Judge J. Will Pless,
Jr., of Marion, presiding.
Those drawn for the first week
include: S. J. Moody, Ivy Hill;
James B. Medford, Beaverdam;
Frank Sorrells, Pigeon; Bob Gos--.'lt.
Beaverdam; J. B. Hill. Way
nesville: C. M. Crawford, Iron Duff;
Lloyd Kirkpatriek. Waynesville;
John C. Trantham, J. M. Paxton,
Beaverdam; Edd G. Moore, Way
nesville; Guy Wells, Piseon; Wiley
B. Green, Fines Creek; Forrest
Queen. Beaverdam; M. C. Miller,
Weaver Patton, Beaverdam;
Cromer J. Green. Jonathan Creek;
Joe J. Davis, Waynesville; Edd
Hill, Crabtree; Bob Fish, Crabtree;
L. Z. Messer, Fines Creek; W. M.
Crawford, Cecil; J. B. Poston. East
Fork; Lush Leatherwood, Jonathan
Creek; and Barty McGaha. Cata
loochee. Drawn for the second week
were: Hardy Medford, Clyde;
Vaugh Rhinehart, Waynesville:
Henry Norman. Waynesville; Luth
er Smathers, Beaverdam; C. P.
Clark. Clyde; Glenn Campbell. Ivy
Hill; Harry L. Liner, Waynesville;
R. V. Erk, Waynesville; C. A.
George. Waynesville: D. G. McEl
Lawrence Brown. Iron Dun"; Gid
A. Francis, Waynesville; Robert
Hawks, Crabtree; J. S. Harrell,
Jonathan Creek; Zeb Price, Way
nesville; Furman Noland. .Fines
Creek; Harley McElroy, White Oak;
and Charlie Messer, Fines Creek.
For You To Feel Well
24 hours every day. 7 days every
week, nfiver stopping, the kidneys filter
waste matter from thu blood.
If more people were aware of how the
kidneys must constantly remove sur
plus fluid, excess acids and other waste
matter that cannot stay in the blood
without injury to health, there Wuuld
he better understanding of why the
whole system is upset when kidneys fail
to function properly.
Tiurning, scanty or too frequent urina
tion sometimes warns that something
is wrong. You may suffer nagging back
ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic
pains, getting up at nights, swelling.
Why not try Doan'e Fill'! You will
be using a medicine recommended the
country over. Doan'e stimulate the func
tion of the kidneys and help them to
flush out poisonous waste from the
jJoad They contain nothing harmful.
Gt Doom's today. Use with confidence.
At all drug stores.
Buy Bonds keep them.
And Now, We Can
We Have Just
To Be Given By
St. John's Cast
The latest novel mystery comedy
ever to be presented here vvll be
performed on the evening of .-ipnl
26th. at 8:15 al St. John's auditor
ium. The cast ot the play has been
sworn to secrecy and not oue
Will breathe a word as to Un
real identity of the murderer o:
the reason for the many strange
crimes that take place during tin
progress of the play.
The following cast uill present
the play: Alvina Kb-man. Dolores
Gass. Marilyn McMillan. Dorothy
Martel. Fiances Fraier. Alice Mc
Millan, Grace Furtado. Dorothy
Giddis. Nancy kirkpatriek. and
3 Students From
Couny On Brevard
College Honor Roll
Three students from Haywood
county made the mid-semester
honor roll nt Brevard college, it
was announced by the registrar's
These students are Miss Mary
Deas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Deas. of Canton, sophomore;
Miss Lucy Williamson, daughter of
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Mr and Mrs. W. M. Williamson, oi
Canton, freshman; and Miss Mar
garet Palmer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jarvis Palmer ,of Waynesville,
A total of thirty-six students
made the honor roll at the college.
In this group 16 were sophomores,
nine were freshmen and 11 were
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