LgDAT, APRIL 19, 1945 (On Day Nearer Victory
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
I Almost In
i.."" " Vhc local
. , i half this week
' ueek. according
, , ti,t. board, but
' 'a much larfier number
l-A than has been
., for soim'tinu;.
, , t m l-A and suo.ieci
,'jne (inly :n the armed
,iir S Davis, Austin
( ; i : , , L- V.. Cope,
i. :,-. iiui'us vv.
,.' i liirchficld. Itob
mi Mixers. Wil
j,., ,, Kay. Orville
ii. nris. Krwin M.
,i tkins, James
M. Caldwell, Jr., Truett W. Med-1
ford, Roy Phillips, and Mollis I
Placed in class 1-C (inducted in-'
to service) was William R. Free
Tlaced in class 2-A V were:!
Ed Nichols and Frank Curtis.
Placed in class 2-B was Julius
Placed in class 2-B 1F1 was i
James D. Frady, Jr.
Placed in class 3-D were Thorn-'
as R. Killian and Jarvis B. Brock.
Placed in class 4-F wen-; Jumcs
It. Gentry, Roy L. Tranlham, and
John H. Forga. 1
Continued in class l-A was Jack
Continued in ela.v, li-A were:
Marry L. Liner, Jr.. Charlie Moore,
Jr., William r. Jlnllinj'.sworth.
Lloyd A. lilanton. .i,n( A. P.
Rathbone. Robert I. Hooper. Vin
son L. Smith, Edward V. Moody,
Roosevelt Before The War
So the city folks
have done it!
well; watch our speed!
rrT70RD comes from Washington that the fat-salvage
VV proMem has Kot to be licked in the small cities, the
miis ai.d on the farms.
We women have to save enough used fats in our kitchens
, i,in nukemunitions. medicines, fabrics, soap for military
L civilian use, and many other essentials.
The job, to date, has been done largely by city people,
r -dure arrangements for collecting the fats were made in
hi- rities first. Now we're called on. And will we meet
bur goal? Juat watch our speed!
HOW TO DO ITt Scrape broiler and roasting pans, skim
i .juris and gravies.' Melt down meat trimmings and table
L ups. Add the liquid fat to your salvage can. Take the can
.jjvur butcher when full. He will give you two red points
I up to four cents for every pound. If you have any
difficulty, call your County Agent. This message has been
Approved by WFA and OPA and paid for by Industry.
100,000,000 More jf& f
Mf pounds of Used Fats Are I J? f J
"d&x Needei,ThisYear! Jy ( if
ft e rvv
. !l liour.h war eloml.s were c,at Iktiiih when this picture was made
i( shows Hie loiinei- Presidenl in Knnd health, and nood spirits. 'It
his ri!;hl i. Harry Hopkins, and between the two military aide;, is In
William Then. Haby to Kleanor
Tin per. belli of Waynesville. .
Frank Cochran, and Robert G
Copt iiuiecl iii class 2-li were:
('barb- T. I'ainler, William L.
Allen. Walker Cillell, Kyle Camp
bell. Noble N. Ariinloii, Joseph
W. Howell. Cordell Cowail. Carl '..
Ai riiii;lon, Francis I). Ueeee.
Iliiinpluey M. llaney, .latob (!.
II. !1ason. Ned M. Clark, Clover
II. Davis. I.eon M. Killian. Jr . Al
bert W. Harris, Gordon I. Wyall
and Jesse It Hose.
Continued in class 2-U K were:
Hen II. Hannah and Richard A.
S-Syt. Sebc Uryson
Now In Cluirlestoii
StalT SkI. Sebe T. Ilrysoii, com
bat engineer, has ret iirneil Iroui
l!l months overseas duty in the
Kiiropean t heater and is now a
patient at Stark General Hospital
Charleston, S. C , aeeordini; to in
foi mat ion received from the hov
pdal this week.
Se.t Hi son arrived on a C S
Hospital ship. Larkspur and is iein
poraiily beinn treated al Staik
(ieneial Hospital prior to hein,:
transferred to another army ho.
pilal lor definite treatment.
Si;t. liiysou is entitled to wear
the F.uropeau theater ribbon, rood
eoiiditet ribbon, Presidential ci
tation and two battle stars
ft' - "
if' j ,m
The World Has Lost A Leader
. . : And A Friend!
Humbly, we pay tribute to a great man. A man who fought
for peace and justice for all. A man who symbolized America to
people the world over . . . and now he's dead. But his demo
cratic spirit and living dream of America are not dead . . . and
u ill never be dead as long as we take up the fight, and finish it
with the indomitable will" and courage of our leader. We will
rve him best by fighting for his democratic ideals of a lasting
L . . I
Assigned To Pacific
Taylor McCracken, seamaii first
class, son of Mrs. Annie McCrack
en. has returned to Norfolk, Va.,
after spending a several days leave
with his mother. He recently re
turned from a three weeks period
of duty in South America.
Seaman McCracken entered the
service on April 12, 1943 and en
listed in Raleigh. He was sent to
the Jacksonville Naval Training
Station for his boot tr.iininK aiM
was later sent to Fort Lauderdale,
and then to Norfolk, V.,.
Seaman McCracken has a broth
er. M. F McCracken. U. S. Mer
chant Marines, and two brothers-in-law.
C'apt. Man y I! Heatly, A A F
pilot now in Finland, and Ktlward
Green, seaman 1 c. now assigned
to sea duty.
Alter be reports to Norfolk. Sea
man McCracken expects to be .sent
to the South IVicilie theater
A garden trowel, with point cut
ntT, m.-ikes an excelli nt tool for re
iiM.vinK wallpaper. Sharpen erlKe
..isi fasten liowel to a long handle.
Sgt. Carl J. Rhymer
Now In France
Sgt. Carl J. Rymer, son of Mr
and Mrs. O S. Rhymer, of Waynes
ville, and husband of Mrs. Myrtle
Smith Rhymer, of WaynesvUle. is
now serving with the provisional
packing squad in Paris.
Sgt. Rhymer has been in the
service since March II, 1943. He
spent 11 months in England after
which he was returned to the Stat
es in April of last year. He spent
some time at Moore General Hos
pital and was later transferred to
Sand Hill reconditioning center
When he was able to be on duty
again he was sent to Fort Hragg
and then to Camp Butner. From
the latter he was transferred to
Fort Mcl'herson, Ga and was sent
overseas in December. 1944
At the time lie entered the so
vice he was employed by the Ship
building and Dry Dock Company.
Charleston, S. C.
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