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p Y. NOVEMBER 22? 194$
THE WAYVBSmiB MOUNTAINEER
Ampler of Ameri
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' rendered by
I iicrokee County
'. :ilvania County
. tu- eited on this
. ii,e initial pro
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;, ii Cross services
, Haywood County
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, not "ly t0 ive
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THE MOST REV. VINCENT S
WATERS. DD. (above Bishop of
Raleigh, will administer Confirma
tion at St. John's church, Waynos
ville. Friday. November 2'.. 7.3U
The Mom Rev. Vincent S. Waters.
DD.. Bishop of Kaleiuh. will ad
minister Confirniation to twenty-nine-persons
in St. John's C'luirrli.
Friday. November 2:i. at 7:30 p m
On this occasion the bishop will
also bless the newly acquired St.
John's Convent, at the corner of
Church and Meadow streets
Bishop Waters. 4U. a native of
Roanoke, Va.. was installed a.s
bishop of Raleigh last June 5 The
Diocese of Kaleigh includes the
entire State of North Carolina with
the exception of Gaston county.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, of
i Waynesv't'e. announce the birth
I of a daughter on November 12.
I Mr and Mrs. James Hamby, of
Waynesville. R.F.D. No. 1. an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Mr. and Mrs. John
Waynesville. It. F. L.
nou nee the birth of
Mr and Mrs. Robert H. Moore,
of Lake Junaluska. announce the
birth of a daughter on November
Mr and Mrs. Frank McGaha. of
Magpie, announce the birth of a
daughter on November 13.
Mr and Mrs Klhert Meadows,
of IVIlwood. announce the birth
of a son on November 13.
Mr and Mrs. Lowery Cagle, of
Clyde, announce the birth of a
daughter on November 14.
Mr. and Mrs James Sheppard, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
: sou on November 14.
j Mr. and Mrs Heecher Winches-
tor. of Waynesville. K.F.D. No. 1.
; announce the birth of a son on
j Mr and Mrs Fred Cagle. of
Haelwoocl. announce the birth of
: a son on November 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fincher,
of Clyde. R I' D. No. 1. announce
the birth of a son on November
Mr and Mrs. James L. Owen, of
! Canton, announce the birth of a
son on November 16.
Mr and Mrs John Ashe, of
I Clyde, announce the birth of a
I daughter on November 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Sutton, of
I Waynesville. R. F D. No. 2. an
; nounce the birth of a son on No
. venibcr 17.
I Mr and Mrs. Grover Rathbone,
; of Cly de. I1.K.I). No. 1. announce
'the birth of a daughter on Novem
' her 17.
Sgt.1 Winston Davis
Stationed in Philippines
Serjeant Winston T. Davts, son
of Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Davis,
of this area is now serving in the
Philippine Islands. He is station
ed at Camp-John Hay, Baguio. P. I.,
which was started back in 1903 as
a rnd if creation pout for mili
tary personnel stationed in the
It is now operated entirely as a
leave- and furlough center and has
no other purpose. It has been im
proved until it now has 82 cot
tages, whereas there were tents,
a modern uormittiry. hospital and
post headquarters installations. It
has been garrisoned by two com
panies of the 45th U. S. Infantry.
Recreation facilities consist of
an eighteen hole golf course, main
tained in excellent condition
throughout the-year, and playable
for 48 weeks of the year. Tennis
courts, bowling alleys, amphitheat
er where dances are held two
evenings each week;
Sgt. Davis has been in the Pa
cific theater for the past 33 months.
IIo volunteered in 1941 and at the
time wos employed by the gov
ernment in Seattle. Wash. He was
at one lime employed by The
Waynesville Mountninoer as pressman.
k lix I
SSgt. Howard Hyatt
Arrives in Tokyo
en s bhorts
Mens 0. I).
"Home Of Better Values'
Claude Hoglen,S 1c,
Serving On Croatan
Claude Hoglen. Seaman Second
Class, son of Mr and Mrs Nor
man Hoglen. of Cove Creek, is now
serving aboard the ship. CSS
Seaman Hoglen entered the sen -
co n April ol tnts year ami 101m
his boot training at Camp Peary.
Va. He remained there until last
month when he was assigned to
dutv on the Croatan.
While he is in the service, his
wife, the former Miss Laura Yar
borough. and small son. Jerry
David, will make their home with
her parents in Candler.
PLANE HITS POWER LINE
Wichita. Kans.-When Fred Mr-
Connell, veteran combat piloi. died
from injuries received when ins
pi line struck a high tension wire,
he was the second of Wiehilas
three "Flying McConnells to go j
Thomas, the youngest, was killed
in a crash in the South Pacific i
l.-.si .lnlv All three brothers saw
service in the South Pacific Thea
ADMIRAt James O. Richardson, who
was replaced by Admiral Husband
Kimmel, has been announced as we
first witness to be called by the eon
civinnnl committee Investigating
! events prev-eding the Pearl Harbor
mi oak nttnek. His disclosures win
be made Nov. 15. (International)
Social Security Man
To He Here Oil 26th
j A representative of the Ashevllle
Held oltlcp of the Social Security
Hoard will be in the court room
I here November 26. at 2::10 p. in.
J Wage earners who have worked
I in a job covered by the Social Se
i curity Act since December 31. lillUi.
j and have attained age ti.r. may be
eligible to tile claim for them
selves, their wives, or minor chil
dren, whether they have an account
number or nol. Surviving rela
tives of deceased workers, such as
widows, children, or parents, or if
none of the above, persons who
have paid funeral expenses, may
be eligible to file claim.
In addition, persons who have
need of social security account
numbers or other information per
taining to the Act are invited to
meet this representative at the
time and place mentioned.
Staff Sergeant Howard
srm nf Mr and Mrs F J I
has arrived in Tokyo. He is serv- i
ing with a strategic bombing evalu
ation survey which is being spon
sored by the president of the Pru
dential Life Insurance Company, j
Sgt. Hyatt, who is attached to i
the intelligence unit of the 41 h
Army Air Command, entered the j
service in 1942 and at the time he
was assigned to the special work
he is now on was stationed at Camp
MeClellan, Sacramento. Calif
Mrs. Hyatt, who has been with
Sgt. Hyatt while he was stationed
in this countiy. is visiting her par
ents in Sylva and her husband s
Having qualified as executrix of
the estate of llilliard B. Alkins.
deceased, late of Haywood county.
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Waynesville. N. C . on or before
the 22nd day of November. 194ti. or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate settlement
This the 22nd day of Nov . 1045.
KATHKR1NE RAY ATKINS.
Executrix of the Estate of
llilliard B. Atkins.
1471 - Nov. 22-2-l)ec. ti-13-20-27
(Jewelers Since 185)
Kxpert Watch and Jewelry Repairing
g Church Street
Opposite Masoaie Temple
How women and girls
may get wanted relief
from functional ptriodic pain
Cardul li a liquid nwdiclns which
many woinn y has brought relief
from tlx crump-Ilk agony and ner
vous strain of functional periodic
doareas. Hero's liow It may help:
1 Taken like a tonlo,
11 should stimulate
appetite, aid diges
tion. thus help build re
sistance for the "Uibb"
2 Started 3 days be
fore "your time". It
should help relieve
patn due to purely func
tional periodic causes.
Try Cardul. If It helpf, you'll
ce giaa you aia. i
Here's prcat news for any gal!
sale on all
f , INTO
ili. .v.. ni, mill, rreaniv TUSSY Lipstick in
assorted cases that are being discontinuej.
Smart vibrant sluides to match your complexion
and cosiunie. Usual dollar lipstick . . .
SMITH'S CUT RATE DRUG STORE
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Schedule of Masses
Waynesville. every Sunday, 11:00
Andrews. ,rth Sunday, 11:00 A. M.
' Bryson Citv. 1st Sunday, 8:00 A.
Canton, fith Sunday. 8:00 A M.
Cherokee. 3rd Sunday, H:0 A.
Cullowhee. 3rd Sunday. 7:30 A.
Franklin. 2nd and 4th Sunday.
$:00 A. M.
Murphy, 5th Sunday, 8:00 A. M.
Sylva, 1st Sunday, 8:00 A. M.
Welch Cove. 1st Sunday it'. S.T.I
11:00 A. M.
Jew Schedule Of
TOM LEE. Jr.. Owner
pvs leave Waynesville on the hour and half hour until
p m.. then leave at 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.
toes leave Allen's Creek and Dayton Rubber Plant via
Pazekvcw.d fv Wnvnpvillp nn the hour and half hour.
'fs bus station (Main Street) 7:20, 10:15. 11:15,
r'- -:lr. 3:15. 4, 5, 6:15, 6:50 and 7:50.
h'r.W. 10:20. -90 1-90. 2:20. 3:20. 1:20, 5:20,
6:40, 7:00 and 8:00.
av" Rus Station 7 :20, 4 :00, 5 :00 6:15. (Two extra
:f, " Saturdays, 10:30 and 1:30).
Ratcliff Cove 6:00 a. m., 7:35. 4:15 and 5:15;
r'v" i" Waynesville 6:30, 7:50, 4:30 and 5:30.
R a y t o w n
Leave Bus Station 5:00 p. m.
Hemphill and Cove Creek
Leave Bus Station at 8:00 a. m.
Leave Hemphill for Cove Creek 9:00 a. m.
Leave Cove Creek 9 :30 a. m.
Leave Bus Station 4:00 p. m. for Cove Creek and
Leave Bus Station on the hour and half hour, except
2:30 and 3:30.
Leave end of pavement on Allen's Creek 15 minutes of
the hour, and 15 minutes after the hour.
Buses that leave Waynesville at 10:00, noon, 2:00, 3:00,
4:20. 5:30, 6:00 and 9:00 proceed to Big Cove.
Any section of Wraynesville township of sections
towards Fines Creek wanting bus service should
contact owner of this service. Every effort will be
made to work out schedules.
Side Tie Bus-ffs Much Cheaper
Opening Sale Monday, Dec. 3rd
Our Houses Open For Deliveries Grade Price Indicated Same As Last
WITH A FEW ADDITIONS THIS AD APPEARED FOR A PREVIOUS SEASON, IiUT THE
FACTS BEING PERTINENT, WE ARE REPRINTING IT.
It is doubtful if there arc SHORT CUTS to any of the things that matter. Nor is there, in the long
run, any gain by being in a RUSH.
There are SHORT CUTS to money, but none to the knowledge of ,10V"drr
There are SHORT CUTS to the possession of a library, but none to KNOW LhlH.lv
You can hurry to put your crop on the warehouse floor and let it drift in grade from exposure. You
cannot hurry its sale like going to mill, you have to take your turn.
You can take a SHORT CUT and "pin hook" but that seldom pays.
There are many things about business that cannot be hurried. Reputation is one. Like the coral
roof, it is the result of innumerable small additions throughout the years.
It is created by thousands of honorable transactions, every day, week and month.
Reputation depends upon the character of a business, and character is a thing that cannot hurried
Fidelity is the companion of character, and character in a man is the product of hidden thoughts
which prompt acts of justice, consideration, fair play.
A business is the same, and we hold that more than FORTY YEARS experience in GRADE CLAS
SIFICATION and unstinted efforts in behalf of the tobacco grower s a record of which to be proud.
(Prices being stabilized, growers, can with no fear of a loss, market their crops at their convenience.
Knowing, with the present set-up the only protection to be had is m classification , and tha later a
sale can be made at a house, the management of which is experienced in Grade Classification, no
grower should fail to embrace that protection.)
Since the handling facilities the first few weeks of sales will be congested, daily sale hours will be
limited, which will likely cause the sale season to extend through February or longer.
In order that the dispatch of each round of sales of our THREE HOUSES may exceed a million or
more pounds, as an incentive for patrons to have their grades average 200 pounds or more, we will,
as heretofore, award the following PREMIUMS:
TwoFor Grade B1F (Tan Color Leaf) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two For Grade B1R (Red Color Leaf) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two For Grade C1L (Straw Color Cutters) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two For Grade C1F (Tan Color Cutters) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two-For Grade X1L (Straw Color Lugs) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two For Grade XI F (Tan Color Lurs) of 200 Pounds or More $2.50
Two Premiums of $5.00 fon the Baskets Bringing the Largest Sum of Dollars
Sinee each Grade price is the same, premiums wi 11 be awarded to baskets of heavier weight. Only
one premium for each grade is eligible in one crop.
Bernard's Warehouses Bios. 1, 2 and 3
Tun in WJHL at 7 :50 and 12 :55 Central Time, 8 :50 and 1 :55 Eastern Time, for the Tobacco Market Report.