THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Ben. W. Terrell.
Funeral services were conducted
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the Bethel Methodist
church for lien T. 'Terrell, (2, re
tired Canton business man and
farmer, who died at the Haywood
County hospital here on Tuesday
morning following a lonfi illness.
Kev C. W Venson. the Kev. S. H.
Crockett and Kev. Thomas Krwin
officiated. liuiial was in the
Nephews served as pallhearers
and nieces were in ehaifje of the
flowers. Thq. Masons served as
Mr. Terrell was a life-long resi
dent of Haywood county and in
addition to being a well-known far
mer in the Bethel section of the
rounty was for many years a part
ner in the firm of lihinchart
Terrell Produce Company in Can
ton. He was forced by ill health
to retire from actie business three
Mr. Terrell was a member of
the Bethel Presbyterian church and
was active in the Masonic lodge.
Surviving are his widow. Mrs.
Minnie Smathers Terrell: I mi
brothers. Thomas and Charlie Ter
rell of Bethel: and four sisters.
Mrs. H A. Miles, of Uamona. Calif.
Mrs. J. I' Justice, and Mrs. H. K.
Sentelle of Bethel: and Mrs .1 M
Russell, of Canton.
Ed Cope, Merchant
Marine, Here on Leave
Kd Cope. Chief Machinist. U. S
Merchant Marines, is home on a
week's leave. He was recently in
jured in an accident on the West
Coast and was sent to the Naval
Hospital in Norfolk, where he will
report after his leave is completed
here. He has been in the Merchant
Marines for the past live years and
his duties have taken him to al!
parts of the world.
Mr', and Mrs. H. C. C.unn have
bought the I.aLee Beauty Shop
from Miss liuby l.ec on .Main si reel
Miss Cordelia Stevens is mana
ger of the shop-
The shop was established here
about two years ago. and has mod
ern equipment throughout.
Dallas. Tex -Sandy Tex. a mem
:' of the K-f) Corps has received
liis honorable discharge and is
home again. His master, I'fc H:n
K. Reynolds, let Sandy enlist jusi
three months before he entered
himself on his 171 h birthday. Rov
was killed on Iwo .lima last l-'eb-ruary.
MltS. HANNAH SIIAIIPE
Funeral services were conducted
Tuesday afternoon at the First
Methodist church of Canton, lor
Mrs. Hannah Sharpe, 83, widow of
W. J Sharpe, who died at the
home of her daughter. Mrs. Fred
Stokes, in Canton on Sunduv after
noon Hev. (). L. Robinson, i.e;toi
officiated Burial was in the Alorr
ing Star church cemetery.
Pallbearers were Raymond Ve
ser. Halmond Cook, Wilson I.
Stevens, Donald Ramsey. Wood
Robertson, and Robert Rowc.
Surviving fire two daughters.
Mrs. Slokes. and Mrs. Wiley Don
aldson. both of Canton, one broth
er. C. II Bolder, of Canton, four
grandchildren and lour greatgrandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted
Monday afternoon at the Crawford
Funeral Home for Beverly Diane
Cayle. infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I.arry Cagle. of Clyde, who
died at the Haywood County hos
pital on Monday morning. Rev. O
C. Newell officiated. Burial was in
lion- A-Vent lire cemetery.
In addition to the parents, she
is survived by her grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Chafin. ol
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CHARLES F5. MANN
Funeral services were conducted
last Thursday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock at the Clyde Baptist
church for Charles H Mann. 4G.
formerly of Clyde, who dieu in
Detroit, Mich., of injuries sustain
ed a short time before in a fall,
never regaining consciousness, aft
er the accident Rev. T. H Parris
ollicialed. Burial was in Pleasant
The body was brought to the
home ol his brother. P. C. Mann
in Clyde the day before the burial.
Mr. Mann was a native of Hay
wood county and resided in Clyde
until about two years ago when he
moved to Detroit.
Surviving are his widow; one
on. Bobby, in the navy, two broth
ers, p. C. .Mann, of Clyde, and W.
Dewey Mann of Detroit; and one
sister. Mrs. Jerry Robinson, of
Wells Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.
IT. J. CAIRNES
Funeral serv ices were conducted
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the Morning Star Methodist church
for M. .1 Cairnes. l;:i, who died at
Ins home on the Asheville Road
near- Canton, on last Wednesday,
following an extended illness ev.
Ceorge Culhrelh and Rev. Riley
Sons-in-law served as pallbear
ers end nie-cs were ill charge of
Sin iving are the widow. Hie for
mer Miss .b,-ie Harkins: live sons.
Crawford ( 'airncs. of F;iirview. An
drew. Wilson and .lack Cairnes of
('anion, and Pill Cairnes of the
C.S. Ann;., who is now overseas;
six daughters. Mrs. .1. K. Parkins.
of Cleveland. (Ja.. Mrs. C! rover Mc
Klralh. and Mrs Frank Young of
Candler. Mrs Charles Randolph,
Mrs. Jell' Ivesler. and Mrs .Ray
Davis of Canton, and several grandchildren.
C, 1$. MANN
Funeral services were conduct
ed Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the Clyde Baptist licurch for
C. H. Mann. 40. native of Clyde,
who died of injuries sustained in a
fall the Sunday night previously,
in Detroit. Mich. The Kev. T. II.
Parris officiated and burial was io
Pleasant Hill cemetery.
Active pallbearers were: Jack
West. Hasl'.ew Warren, Walter
Rhodarmer. Her sell el Shook.
On (his Thanksgiving of 1945, may we all give thanks to God
that so many homes have been made happy by the return of
loved ones. Let us ever remember to be grateful to those who
have sacrificed much . . . even all . . ..that we may, each in his
own way, observe Thanksgiving in a free country.
H. L. LINER, Jr., Manager s
At the Depot
Dick Moody,- MM 1c,
For Outstanding Service
Dick Moody, MM first class,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Moody,
who entered the service in 1940
' as a volunteer, after graduating
i from high school, recently spout a
! 30-day leave with his parent's on
! the Dellwood road,
j He has had a wide experience
I since he entered the navy and took
! his boot training at Norfolk, Va..
! and was assigned to duty on the
! San Francisco, which was attacked
j at Pearl Harbor. He w;'s among
j the crew that made the trip back
on the riddled ship into San Fran
cisco where they received an ova
tion. In 1943 young Moody was sent
to Submarine school in New Lon
don, Conn., and was assigned to the
Flying Fish, which has made such
a name for itself and was built
in the Navy Yard at Portsmouth
The ship was launched on July 9.
1941, and was the first submarine
to be commissioned after the start
of the war. Since that time the
ship has made 12 war patrols in all
parts of the Pacific theater from
Australia to the Kurlies and has
accounted for 20 ships sunk for
93.342 tons and 12 ships damaged
for 107.599 more tons.
Young Moody was still aboard
Hie ship when she made her last
patrol this past summer in Km
peror Hirohilo's hack yard- the
Sea of Japan.
He has received a number of
awards and among them is the
"The Commander in Chief,
t'nited States Pacilic Fleet takes
pleasure in commending Dick
Moody. Motor Machinist's Male
second class. I'. S. Navy for serv
ices as set forth in the following:
"For meritorious conduct in ac
tion in the performance of his
duties in the V. S S. Flving Fish
during the Twelfth War Patrol of
that vessel in the Japan Sea from
29 May to 4 July 1945. As a mem
ber of Hie crew, his exceptional
skill and proficiency at his battle
station materially assisted his
Homer West and Jack Hawkins.
Mr. Mann, a native of llawood
county, resided at Clyde until 1
about two years ago when he went
to Detroit. ,
Surviving are the widow, one
son, Bobby now in the navy; two
brothers. P. C. Mann, of Clyde.)
and W. Dewey Mann, of Detroit;
and one sister, Mrs. Jerry Robin-j
son. of Canton.
Wells Funeral Home were in i
charge of the arrangemenst.
Rock Bath House
Built At Lake
The wooden bath house at Lake,
Junaluska has been torn down, j
and a modernistic rock building is
being erected in iis place j
Will Smith is ii. charge ol tin
work, and will be'.utify the ground
in the area of ihe bath house.
Considerable rock work is being
done at various places on the Lake
Recently a pool and fountain were
completed in the famous Ivey gardens.
Some people try to attract at
tention by naslmess which merely
shows what kind of people they
Commanding Officer in i-omlut tinu
attacks which resulted in '-mkur'
boats totaling 3.130 tons, and dun
aging two small tugs t"l:li!! !
tons. His calm manner and devo
tion to duty contributed directly
to the success of his vessel in evad
ing enemy counter-measures. Ilh
conduct throughout was an in.-pira-tion
to all with whom lie served
and in keeping with the highest
traditions of the I'nited Slates
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