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Men This Week
Thirty-three men were reclassi
fied during the past week with
three men placed in class 1-A as
follows: Lawrence Robinson, Paul
Ledford and Robert William Fer
guson. Placed in class 2-A was Marshall
Placed in class 2-C were: Ran
som Moody Russell and Rjbert
Placed in class 2-C (F) were:
Floyd Dean Fulbright, William
Dewey MehafTey, Gaither Rath
bone, Charles Robert Lowe, Grover
Franklin, Joseph Meek Allison,
J. D. Greene, John Thomas Rich,
Ralph Lewis Duckett, Benjamin
Karlisle James, Mark Grem Rath
bone, and Charles Neal Justice.
Placed in class 4-F were: Junior
Clyde Clark, David Lawson Teaguc,
B. J. MehafTey, Sam Brown. Charlie
H. Moore, James Wiley Shechan.
Robert Alan Lafayette Hyatt, Al
fred Wayne Price, James Robert
Mills Warren, Ed Kirkpatrlck and
Dcward Ray Messer.
Placed in class 1-C (inductedi
were: Floyd Milton Frazier, Frank
II. Davis, and Clayton Oliver
William T. Williams
Discharged From Navy
William Teague Williams, M.O.
M.M. second class, U. Navy, of
Cove Creek, has been discharged
from the service, according to in
formation from the U. S. Naval
Personnel Separation Center, at
Charleston, S. C.
Seaman Williams entered -the
service on March 13, ' 1943, and
was serving aboard an LST 227.
He saw service during the invasion
of the Marshall Islands, New
Guinea, Philippines, Okinawa, Sal
pan, Palua. and Guam.
He is entitled to wear the Amer
ican Theater and Pacifie Theater
ribbon and the Liberation of the
Philippines, and the Victory medal.
Clyde W. Morgan, S 1c,
En Route Home
Clyde W. Morgan, Seaman first
class, of Waynesville, is en route
home according to information re
ceived regarding the USS White
Plains, on which he is serving.
The White Plains is of the
Navy's famed "Magic Carpet'' fleet
which left Pearl Harbor this month
and those eligible for discharges
on board will report to the separa
tion centers nearest their homes to
complete formalities of obtaining
their final release from the armed
Burzell Mason to Frances Devlin,
both of Haywood county.
Ed Chambers to Hazel Ward,
both of Haywood county.
C. C. Mathews to Nell Campbell,
both of Wayntfsville.
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Cpl. Troy L. McCracken
Serving With 37th
Division in Pacific
Corporal Troy L. McCraeken,
son of Mrs, W. It. McCracken, of
Crablree, is now stationed in Ma
nila. He has been in the service
since the early outbreak of the
war and at the time he entered
was employed by the Dayton Rub
Cpl. McCracken is attached to
the famous 37th Infantry division
that has been overlooked in its re
deployment to the United States
according to information received
by his mother. While many of the
high point men are being dis
charged there are still many in the
division who have been overseas
since May, 1942.
This division was the first fight
ing unit to be withdrawn from the
hills of Northern Luzon. During
the entire Luzon campaign, which
lasted nine months, they had only
three weeks of rest and during
the remainder of the time they
spent taking Manila, Baguio and
the Cagayan Valley.
Shortage of ships available to
bring the division home has been
Riven of the long time they have
been kept in the Pacific. The unit
was scheduled to sail November
23rd, according to Cpl. McCracken,
but he was afraid the date would
be changed again.
Ralph Summerow, S 1c,
En Route Home
Ralph L. Summerow, Seaman
First Class, USNR, husband of Mrs.
Lucy 6. Summerow, of Hazelwood,
is en route home, according to in
formation received from Pearl Har
bor. Seaman Summerow is one of the
high point Marine and Navy veter
ans whom the "Magic Carpet'' is
bringing back to the States aboard
the U. S. S. Colorado.
The Colorado is one of the more
than 250 carriers, battleships, cruis
ers, and atttack transports in the
navy's famed ' Magic Carpet" fleet
which left Pearl Harbor on Tues
day, November 7, and is scheduled
to arrive in San Diego this month.
The passengers will go to the
nearest separation center nearest
their home to complete the fomali
tles of obtaining their discharge be
fore returning to civilian life.
Seaman Summerow entered the
service in February, 1944, and was
inducted at Fort Bragg. He has
been eerving in the Pacific theater
for the past nine months. At the
time he entered the service he was
manager and owner of the Cash
There is every reason to believe
that the feminine idea of modesty
"What is the trouble, my boy?"
asked the kind gentleman of the
"I wish I were rich," sobbed the
"Rich?" asked the man. "What
would you do if you were rich?"
"I'd buy a big automobile," an
swered the little chap, "so I could
fly my kite out of the back of it
without running my legs oil.
DR. W. KERM1T CHAPMAN
OFFICE IN BOYD BUILDING
WAYNESVILLE. N. C.
Thurman Roy Smith
Discharged From Navy
Thurman Roy Smith, of Hazel
woodi MOMM first class, U. S.
Navy, has been discharged from
the Navy al the U. S. Naval Person
nel Separation center at Charles
ton, S. C.
He entered the, service on De
cember 10, 1942, and his last duty
was on the USS LST 818. He took
part on combat at Okinawa and
is entitled to wear the American
Theater and Asiatic-Pacific ribbon
and the Victory medal.
The more pay idea will get a
big boost when Congressmen vote
to double their salaries.
THROUGH THE EYES OF A FRIEND
Customers are people. And the Telephone Company has
always considered customers in that light as indi
viduals, like the men and women who make up our own
This friendly feeling, we are happy to say, is reflected
in the progress that North Carolina and the Telephone
Company made together through the years. It is this same
kind of partnership that makes the future sparkle with
Like North Carolina, the Telephone Company is buck
ling down to its postwar tasks. For the 3,712 men and
women of the Telephone Company in this state, it means
the greatest expansion program in our history In
North Carolina. It's a full and complete program, de
signed to meet the state's industrial and agricultural
needs of the future. It means the expenditure of millions
f dollars in North Carolina.
Specifically, the program will provide telephones for
ill who have been waiting for them. This is one of our
first jobs I A greatly expanded telephone program for
our farmer friends is also in process. Expansion of long
distance service is being scheduled too. It will include
the installation of coaxial cables to handle more calls
with speed and convenience for you, and provide more
facilities for that exciting visual art television. A mass
of construction is to be done and a new service to motor
vehicles is also in the offing.
Here's a program of achievement, to be worked out
together by North Carolina and the Telephone Company
as they have worked out their attainments of the past By
mutual understanding and cooperation, North Carolina
and the Telephone Company will grow greater than ever.'
It's a big program that shall become a reality as fast ss
materials become available a reality to be translated
into prosperity and payrolls for the people of North
Carolina. For a business is like an individual. If he fares
wall, his community fares well with him. And that il the
war it should be, among friends.
JE. H. VVASSON, Carolina Mintget,
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Christmas is only 33 days after Thanksgiving. So we invited Santa
Claus to our Thanksgiving Feast of Values, and he brought with him
just about the finest selection of gifts we've seen in recent years.
There are handsome utilities and prtty futilities perfectly practical
and practically perfect gifts for everybody on your Christmas list.
Come in as soon as you can and see how easy and economical it will
be to do all your Christmas shopping here. Remember, time and
Yuletide wait for no one.
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