jUjjg 28. 1945 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE? WAYNES VII.LE MOUNTAINEER
Seciiou Two Fs 3 "V
j A. Year-Old
oSt in JNew York
(J With Mother
spared in tne
U xribune of June
Buss, a insoroe
K grandmother yes
r V..:,m sixteen'
i which she proved
ukr aiiveiu' ...
L and her grand-
over " "
friioon on (heir
Loo to Boston to
L. mother. Mrs.
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a nieninei m
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I Hospital oui
U The rendezvous
nu-al Terminal oui
jlr crowus ."
k Minn discovered
i was missing, .me
Kile girl at a soft
iliing to some la-
Ud later, while she
i corner through
U she turned and
hUd had wandered
In i frantic search
Program To Be
At Longs Chapel
Children's Day will be observed
at Long's Chapel Methodist church
at Lake Junaluska, Sunday, July
1. at the 10 o'clock Sunday school
hour, according to an announce
ment by Supt. R. II. Terrell.
Coole. Clyde; W. T. Rainker, Jon
athau Creek; Normaiv D. Arring-
toll Inin niirt". VI. iK fl.. -I. n:
with Patrolman George Simcox j Arthur CogbuVn, East Fork; Wal-
elers' Aid, that she was fifteen
years old, that she lived "on the
hill by the mill," and that her
name was Kikki. She did not. she
insisted, want to go home; she
wanted to get on a "big ole train
and go to Boston." Politely but
firmly she refused all offers of
But the litle girl went willingly
tikki had completed
5 which took nor
ar the east parcel
bars were tricking
is and her dainty
grimed with soot
noticed hy Roger
462 Pel ha m Road.
K. Y . as he sprinted
rs' train. When a
convinced him that
was lost. Mr. Me-
nis tram and took
tiers' Aid Booth.
He and liloe-eyed
fcting manner and
luthern drawl, re-
Liolh until it closed
won fr herself a
s while she waited
r. Station police
nut when no claim-
forward hy the
rhild was turned
of the East Fifty-
lime, with complete
rnse desire to le
lid Miss .Insi-nhinn
lorker for the Trav-
when he, convinced her that he
would help to find her grand
mother. Without tears, she ac
cepted his verdict that she should
stay at the Divine Providence
Temporary Shelter, 225 East
Forty-Sixth Street, while he con
tinued the search. At the, shelter,
she. chatted with, the Franciscan
Missionaries of Mary about a dog
named Rex and trundled off to
bed obediently, still saying "No
than you, ma'am" to offers of
Mrs. Mann searched Grand
Central and the vicinity through
out the night but it was not until
6 a. m., when she visited the cen
tral office of the Travelers' Aid at
144 East Forty-Fourth Street, that
she found Nikki's trailn Police es-
"corted her to the shelter where
she and her grandmother had a
starry-eyed reunion, then vsallied
forth once more to meet the child's
mother before going on to Boston.
Mrs. "Mann told a missionary at
the Shelter that Nikki's father.
Arville Ross, is serving with an
Army Signal Corps unit in Ger
many. Her daughter, she said, re
cently had undergone an operation
but had been granted a leave from
the hospital to meet Mrs. Mann
ier i. Lowe, White Oak; L. N.
Davis, Waynesville, and Claude
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Jury Drawn For
July Term Of
The county board of commis
sioners drew the following jury to
serve during the July term of
Superior court which will convene
here on Monday, July 9th, with
both civil and criminal cases to
be heard. Judge J. H. Rousseau,
of Wilkesboro, will preside.
Drawn for the first week were:
H. L. Rathbone, Fines Creek;
Chas. Underwood, 'Waynesville; A.
L. Moon, , Beaverdam; William J.
Harris, Clyde; Wayne W. McElroy,
Crabtree; Fred R. Noland, Crab
tree; Verlin R. Evans, Ivy Hill;
R. F. Arrinfitnn, Fines Creek;
Ralph Robinson, Beaverdam; Troy
Boyd, Waynesville; Rufus Hyatt,
Waynesville; R. L. Snider. Beaver
dam. R. C. Tuttle. Waynesville; Tom
F. Hipps, Beaverdam; G. W.
Wright, White Oak; George Best.
Crabtree; J. B. Bradshaw, Iron
Duff; David Vance, Pigeon; Hare
Reece, Cecil; Roy H. Patton, Beav
erdam; D. Reeves Noland, Fines
Creek; Harrison W. Reece, Kast
Fork; and James Moody, Jonathan.
Drawn for the second week
were: Clark. Messer, Crabtree; R.
A. Justice,' Fines Creek; Lawrence
Hooper, Waynesville; Fred Buch
anan, Waynesville; Ramon Swayn
gim, Waynesville; John Kstes,
Waynesville; Clarence Hill, Clvde;
Fred Tucker, Ivy Hill; E F Wor
Walter S. Price, Beaverdam; Pat
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May Have No Car LEFT
ing Your Car To
care of your car is essential to
last until new ones are available.
Have everything needed for the
vicing of your car or truck
AL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
The program will open with
quiet music played by Peggy Mc
I Cracken, after which the call to
worship will be given by David
Jaynes. The prayer will be given
by Richard Hipps, and the Scrip
ture by Jimmy Howell, Neal Ens
ley. Eddie Ballinger. J. R. Med
ford, Edwin Medford and Mack
-The welcome will be given by
Caroline MfLean. followed by a
song by the Beginners "A Call
to Youth" will be given by Doris
Ann Ensley, Bennie Lou Medlord,
Braxton Crocker and Sue Carver.
There will be a piano solo by
Lillian Knox Medford. and a story
by Mary Frances McCracken.
"Builders of Freedom'' will be pre
sented by John Terrell. Luke Ter
rell, Joe Morrow, Albert McCracK
en, Jr., Stanley Underwood. "How
We Worship" will be presented by
Mary Ann Boyd. Lataine James,
Lib Reeves, Barbara Howell and
Martha Ann Caldwell. There v. ill
be a Clarinet sold by Teddy Jones,
followed by a song by the Primar;
"Are They Thankful.' will be
presented by Janey Sue Fie. Nancy
Noland. Frances Emmu Yates.
Wanda Sue Hipps. Joan McCrack
en. Geraldine Phillips, June Davis.
The concluding number will be a
song by the Junior group, follow
ed by the Benediction eiven hy
Mrs Hugh Noland is chairman of i
the program committee. This Chil
dren's Day program marks ihe
close of the Vacation Bible School,
which is in session this week with
an enrollment of 60 children and
12 teachers and helpers.
Sberrill Roy Leatherwood, of
Elizabeth City, formerly of this
section, and hi4 son, Jerry Robert
Leatherwood, U. S. Navy, were
recent Waynesville visitors. AS
Leatherwood has returned to
Bainbridge, Md . to complete his
training and his father has return
ed to Elizabeth City, where he
is employed by t!:o Navy Air Corporation.
'lu War Bonds and Stamps.
Miss Stella Haney
Becomes Bride Of
Charles A. Reed
Mr. and Mrs. J. W Haney, jf
Brown avenue, have announced the
marriage of their daughter. Miss
Stella Haney, to Charles S. Reed,
of Enka. The marriage took place
on June the 23rd at the home of
the Rev J. R Surret, in Candler.
The couple are making their
home for the present in Enka.
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