(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY
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' THE WAYNESYTLLE MOUNTAINEER
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Widow Of Well
Funeral servic es wen- i oiidm teil
on Tuesday atlei iiudii ;il I :io
o'clock at Lump's I 'han I l.aki
Junaluska. lor Mis li H Kim
nett, 74, widow ol Hie l.ile Dr.
R. H. ReniM-ll. well knmui liveli
er and Melluiilisl minister, who
died in her sleep mi Sumlav nirlit
at her home at Lake .lunaliiska.
Rev. Miles McLean, pa.-lor. as
sisted by Dr. H K Slaekhnuse anil
Dr Frank 1'ai ker nmnaled I ol
lowing the si'i li e I lie lmd ;r
taken to Hieliinonil. .1 , uhere,
burial was held 111 Hie 1 . 1 m 1 1 h.l '
at Hollywood eeniilei
Serving as artiw pallheaiei-
were: Krnest Cai In In ( '
Dr Elmer 'I ( laik . I
Dr. R M. Ilarkins and
the various conference
Methodist Assembly ami
siding there served as
Dr. and Mrs Bennett
Lake .lunaliiska endit
after the former 1 el 1
bought a home, ami had
sided in this sect nm I i
died in April ol this ea
Surviving are one
Bennett, of Chainl Hill
daughters, Miss hull, 1 ii-ltlli l I
San Pedro, ( alii and h II
Quinn, who resuleit uiih h. 1 ,,,
charge of the ;u ranr
A Condensed Summary Of
applies to Haywood County
Given Bronze Star; Champion Square
Dance Team Wins
I In Annual Festival
l'l;OL'KS."'r:i) FOODS: Blue Stamps
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MI'.ATS AM) F TS: Hcd Stamp.'
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Al I! I. CI. Dl. hi now valid
hi. ill. Ill .11 Kl now valid
SI CAK: Snj'ai Stamp .No -ood lor .1 His
SMOhS Airplane Slamps os 1 2 :i I in,
I I LI. . Period I. 2 :j. I a valid lor III
lonpon 'new si-a-oiw unit value 10 I'allons.
1 1 ronpon- valid llnoiieli Si-plt-inlu-i
aliens each . Period
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hulls will (hop
new l!M. pack
horlage has resultei
Willi OPA aiinouneii
.ilj. ail I ah cents apic
in one bright spot for house
; that canned fancy and choice
e 111 then retail listings on the
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had been reiiioved. the OPA
clear up anv uiisoiidersl anil i ngs
(Furnished by l:n i s l.i Ii.in;:..
Alii: list Kl lii
Eggs, grade A. large .V,
Irish Potatoes. Km II, f; un
Sweet Potatoes. Lie L. I v ,1
Heavy Fryers ::
Leghorn Ileus. :i lie up ::
Heavy Hens ; ,,
Corn, bushel :. ,u
Green Beans, pound II
Green Onions, do hum he , 10,
Beets, doz hunches ;,ii.
Greens, pound . .
Radishes, do bunches :',.
(Jrged To Attend
Flam and Ewe Sale
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I NERVOUS TENSION
Mrfth lis vmk, tired feelings ?
If functional periodic disturbances
make you feel nervous, tired, resile
ut such times try this great ineillcui
Lydla E. Pluktium's VeetulJle ('0111
pound to relieve such uvuiptoiiiii 'Ink. 11
regularly it Uelps buiid up ri-cisiinic-kguinst
8uch distress. Alsu u rnind
KtOlllaclllc toil IC.FolluW label Ulreetuiliu
llov.ud I,' Clapi
.1 ",el ll v esl ci da v
.Old 11 cues
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men lii attend I li
lake advantage .
In pin chase ,ii 1,
Anv II a v vv nod
lereded 111 all.
asked to eonl. 11 I
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fai mei v ho
idinr. I he s:
I he colintv
and Yancey I 1 1
Theie is no re;
caps and row le
wish, hut college
it now or look sillv
IM. Murk Dims
Mm' On .10 Day Lcavo
Pi u ale Mai k Dieiis, son of Mr
and Mrs ( ' M Dicus, ol VVav lies
ville has arriveil home from over
-.ea-.. where he was all.iehed lo the
.I'l-llh 1 1 t : 1 1 1 1 Pvl Dicus was in
lined in Germany when he was
knoiKed oil a truck and suffered
a 1 oiietis.Mon
lb- will have a M) dav furlough
here and when il Is completed will
11 poll back to the Metjuire General 1
llo pilal. where he is a patient I
Pvl Dicus entered the service in j
u 'it .1 PHI. and was inducted al
( 'amp ( '1 oft. where he was in train
ing until he was sent lo the Kuro !
pcan I heal re in January ol Ihi:
vear lie was injured in ftlarch ;
and s.nce that dale has been a pa
tient in a I. S Hospital in h'ngland j
until he was brought to the Slides
Al the tune he entered the ser
vice I'vt Dicus was employed at
( 'nasi Guard Shipyards in Hall 1
e I le has a brother, Pfc. .lames
w ho is stal ioned at llullalo.
I SSGT .1AM ICS N. WILLIAMS
I has been awarded the Bronze Star.
I according In information received
; by Ids family here. The citation
' read in part as follows:
"For meritorious achievement in
taction against the enemy from IU
.lime. PIM to K May HMfi, in
France. I'.eleium, The Netherlands
and Geiii'.inv Throughout Ibis ex
tendi d period of combat Sergeant
Williams pi 1 loi un il his duties as
baltahon radio and switchboard
operator in a most capable and
elliiieiil manner hxbibiting un
usual uii'i'iniilv and sound judg
ment his execution of assigned
functions he contributed greatly
to I he initiative and devotion to
did', displayed by Sergeant Wil
liams relh els great credit on the
armed l.u es ol I lie United States "
gl Willi. mis entered the service
in June I !rg' ami has been over
o,is since April. 1'H-L Prior to
cnleiiiii; the service he was man
ager nl ( bailie's Cafe.
i Honor went to the Champion
f y. M. C. A. square dance team of
j Canton at the 19th annua Moun
, tain Dance and Folk Festival
1 which was staged in Asheviile at
the city auditorium last week.
! Three of the six contesting terms
in the event were from Haywood
Frank Ford of the Champion
I team and his partner. Miss faye
' Gill, were adjudged the most
' graceful couple dancing in the festival.
I IHIIUfniUK Willi UK- KJUlIII'M'lf 1
j square dance team on the closing
night of tlie event were: the Hom
' iny Valley group with Clyde Fowl
t er, as caller, accompanied by the
' Hoot Hulton string band; the
I Great Smoky Mountains team, with
1 Cm. I). Clark as caller, and Charlie
j Crisp and the Smoky Mountain
j string band playing; Limestone
j team with Charles Frady calling,
and Alonzo Brooksiiire and his
string band playing.
The Soco Gap dance team, led
by Wayne Hlankenship, and Sain
Queen calling and the Dayton Rub
ber Company team with Hubert
Howell as caller, and Joe Pressley
and bis band playing.
:ison vvhv kinder
slioutdii I wear
il I Ikii mammas
grads must slop
Film Of Local
Man To Be Given
Mis Wife Tonight
A I1I111 fealuring Jack Clark, a
Merchant Marine officer. Ims been
: liov. n at I he Park Theater all this
.veek and tonight, J. K. Massie,
manager of the heater, will present
tin' lilin lo Mrs Clark as a souvenir.
Seaman Clark relates his ex
periences in delivering the men
'munitions and supplies lo make
jvictoiies possible on the far-Hung
1 haltle fronts lie tells that he has
I been on dulv in both the Atlantic
The lil'ii was a news reel type,
anil was devilled entirely to the
talk bv Seaman Clark.
. Lois llarrold has rel iirned
Asheville where she has
the past six weeks.
VU-. James G. Hartell
1 Ionic Tor .'() Days
Private Kirst Class James A
Hart .ell. sou of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
, ilmr llarlell. of I lacl wood, has
j lelin neil to the Stales after spend
: mg several inonlbs ill the ICuro-
f n theatre. He wHl spend 30
davs lu re wilh his family, after
which he will report to Camp But
ner for reassignment.
Pie llart.ell entered the service
m Si'i.leinber, 1944. and has been
serving with the 41h Infantry Di
v i' ion of t he Third Army.
lie is entitled to wear the ln
l.inl rv man Combat medal, a Pres
idential Citation, and three major
T?uy War Honds and Stamps.
Rapid advances of our armed forces mean that they're eating up
their supplies at a tremendous rate. . We can't let our men down.
That's why we've sotj to cut more timber. Cut mature trees for
sawlogs and veneer vitally needed for assault boats, airplanes,
sliders, trucks, freight cars, and hundreds of other items. For advice
on proper marketing and cuttins, call on your local Forester or
County Agent. '
Hazelwood Lumber Co.
is Good Living
Why suffer in silence when
a hearing aid can bring
back the full enjoyment of
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new happiness . . . new lives of
usefulness by wearing the Zenith
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Come in today for a free dem
onstration. No one will preas
you to buy.
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model for practically
(very type of correctable
tearing loas. Comes ready
.0 wear. Only 940 and
(60 complete with in
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U no extra txat.
St. John's To Give
!Two Comedies On 14th
j St. John's School will present
i two ojie-aet eouiedies entitled, "The
j Kxchange of Miseries" and "The
j Mechanical Jane" in St. John's
i Auditorium Tuesday. August 14, at
I H.'M) p in. The proceeds will go
j for the henelit of St John's School
Mr and Mrs Henry Undoes, of
Charlotte, are visiting the parents
jf the former, Mr. and Mrs. J T.
EinoraJd Oil Must Giv Compltu
Satisfaction or Money Alack
a.r a bottle of Moone't Emerald Oil
uitli the iimier-imuliiiti that if it dors no.
At unit rase the pain and KimirM aiM
lo away with all offensive oit..i suiu
iti.it.ty Kill be promptly returned.
iJon't woirv iltont huw long yoiit' luet
Uouliled or duw many other prep.irat.iou
vju have tried. This powerful jii-netraun
uil it one prejiaration that will helj. I
make yuiir ititul aching feet ti coiufui i
ihle and alleviate c.rn aitd callous trouok
liiat you'll tur able to go anywheie au.
no must a thing in absolute toot mtnton
So mctfluuily powerful ia Moone'n
tmerald Uil that thousands of buttlfi an
old animal lv lo sufterei i from mre, tf ti
ter, inflamed fret.
Smith's Cul-Itate Drug Store
The Law Requires That We A
vertise and Sell All Property C
Which Taxes Have Not Bee
TOWN OF WMIJESVILLE
JOHN BOYD, Tax Collector
WHEN PROPERLY HANDLED
Beans Bring Better Prices When Shipped The
Same Day As Picked --This Is Important To
We Buy Beans Every Day Except Friday. We
Receive Beans Until 7 p. m.
We Pay Highest Cash Prices For All Farm
W. D. Kctner, Owner
fHiSH SHIPMENT ZtNITH 100 itfi
UAftINQ AtO BATTtoliS JUST tf OlVIOf
Smith's Cut Rate
Grace Lumber Mills
Phone 130-M East Waynesville