rvY. JANUARY 10 1946 '
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE SEVEN First SeciioiiT
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flames that shot from their street-level origin to the top of a four-story floor tenants. Found by firemen on her hosts' living room floor, the body
apartment In New York City's Greenwich Village and claimed the life of I of Mrs. Bennett is shown (right) being removed. (International)
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R. C. McBride
W. It. McBride died Friday, Jan
uary 4, at the home of his son.
Harry, in Brevard. He was (3. ;in I
a retired merchant. Until six years
ago when he went to live with his
son there, he had made his home
in Waynesville with another son.
R. C. McBride.
He is survived by a third son,
Cowan of Gadsden, Ala., and two
daughters, Mrs. Hugh Oxner of
GafTney, S. C, and Mrs. Clay I. in
Loveron, of Anderson, S. C, and
The burial took place on Sunday,
the sixVh, at Calhoun Falls. S. C.
Osborne-Simpson Funeral Home of
Brevard having charge of the arrangements.
Clyde Greer Goes To
Urief Visit Home
Clyde Greer, ARM 3c, recently
spent a leave in Hazelwood with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Young Greer is a graduate of the
local high school and enlerqd the
service in September, 1943. He
spent some lime in Jacksonville,
I'la., and Memphis, Tenn., where
lie was a radio instructor. For the
past several months he has been
stationed at fianana River Fla.
He has now reported to Alameda,
Four Attended Jersey
Cattle Sale Monday
Four from here attending a Jer
sey cattle sale in Charlotte Mon
day included Dean Colvard and
Howard Clapp of the State Test
Farm, and R. B. Davenport and
E. R. Fenstemachcr, of Pet Dairy
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Thomas
Jr., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F
Hodges and Mrs. James R. Thomas
Sr., in L'enoir City, Tenn., over the
sight until the Federal budget is
Dr. Mihai Ciuea, World Author
ity on Typhus "Rumania is suf
fering from the worst epidemic of
cxanthematic typhus in her history.
The outbreak has not yet reached
its peak and all eastern Europe un
doubtedly is in the same position,
with the affected area spreading
Col. J. Monroe Johnson, Direc
tor of the Office of Defense Trans
portation "Transportation facili
ties are more strained now than
they ever were during the war. and
the strain is going to get worse
before it gets better.
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Jistoad of filing final estimate on or before
o 10 years experience in business and tax work
'.iHfiod to assist you in taking all deductions
' nved and saving you every dollar possible.
a:' you to come to our office.
e Closman Company
"" S(ret Waynesville, N. C.
Sylva, N. C.
Pvt. Bill Creasemen
Arrives in States
Private Bill R. Creaseman, of
Hazelwood, has arrived in the
SI ales according to information re
ceived by his family. He has served
for the past two years in the Euro
Pvt. Creaseman entered the serv
ice in February, 1943, and was in
ducted at Fort Bragg, receiving his
basic training in California prior
to being sent overseas.
He was on duty In England and
France. At the time he entered
the service he was employed by
A. C. Lawrence Leather Company,
and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Creaseman, of Hazelwood.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reece, and
son. Jeff, spent the week-end in
South Carolina, returning by Char
lotte, where they attended a south
ern spring showing of ready-to-wear,
and bought merchandise for
Home Club Meets
The schedule "or the Haywood
County Home Demons! rat ion clubs
for the last two weeks in January
have been announced this week
by the home agents. Miss Mary
Margaret Smith and Miss Helen
Smith, assistant, as follows:
Morning Star club with Mrs.
Lige Morgan at 2 o'clock on Tues
day, 1S1 h; Beaverdani club with
Mrs. Paul Robinson at 2 o'clock
on Tuesday, 1Mb; Bethel club with
Mrs. C. E. Mainous at 2 o'clock on
Wednesday, 16th; Maggie 'club with
Mrs. C. L. While at 2 o'clock on
Crabtree club at the Crabtree
school on Friday, 18th at 2 o'clock;
Hyder Mt. club with ftjrs. Jennings
McCrary al 2 o'clock on Friday,
18(h; Ratcliir Cove club with Mrs.
C. C. Francis at 2 o'clock on Mon
day. 21st; Clyde club with Mrs.
George Rogers at 10:30 o'clock
Tuesday morning, 22nd; Jones
Cove club with Mrs. C. W. Ensley,
at 2 o'clock on Tuesday, 22nd.
Western Canton club at 2 o'clock
at the Patton school on Thursday,
24th; Junaluska club with Mrs.
A. J. McCraeken at 2 o'clock on
Friday, 2!)lh; Cecil club will meet
on Wednesday. 301 h. at 2 o'clock
with the place to be announced at
a later date.
The home demonstration agents
will attend a training meeting in
Asheville on Wednesday, 23rd.
D.A.R. Chapter To
Meet With Mrs. Gwyn
The January meeting of the Dor
cas Bell Love Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution will be held with Mrs. T.
Lenoir Gwyn, on Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Members are
asked to note the change in the day
from Friday to Saturday and also
the hour of 3:00 instead of 3:30.
Miss Margaret Stringfield will
have charge of the program which
will consist of musical numbers.
She will present. Mrs. Cornelia
Nixon, Mrs. Henry MacFayden
and Miss Ida Jean Brown among
the artists taking part.
It Pays To Watch For
And It Pays To Watch At Ray's
While merchandise remains scarce and lot-; of things we are scarcely getting at all
still nearly every day some new things come in and probably the very thing you are
Here Ire k Few Mews Moles
Civic League To
Meet On The 16th
The Civic League will meet
Wednesday. January 16th, al the
home of Mrs. Rufus L. Allen, on
Church street at 7:30.
Many business matters will be
discussed, and all members are be
ing urged to attend. Mrs. Allen is
president of the organization.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Galuslia left
Monday for a three-weeks stay in
West Palm Beach with the laltcr's
A WATCHED POT CAN NOW
BOIL ITS HEAD OFF
"There's nothing new under the
sun"? Well, if you're in Chicago,
bet you a pretty you'll find several
new ideas that will liven up your
home. For instance: how about a
transparent lid so you can keep
your eye on the dumplings? And a
two-speed hot plale to make your
coffee and keep it warm for latecomer-downers?
lbiisMx- . i - o v faml. I. liBJMi-jii
We are going to have new
piece goods in a limited way
during the next few weeks.
Just keep looking.
Our notion group is in good
shape with a nice selection.
These we have for both
women and children. Good
Visit our (Jreen Room . . .
There you will (ind about
Just Received Disposable
Yes we are getting slow
ly some new shoes of pre
HAZELWOOD, N. C.
It is a pleasure to start a new year. To
again serve our many customers. We will strive
again to make our store this year as in previous
years, a better food store in which to shop with
kind and courteous sales clerks to serve you.
Always keeping in mind Service - Quality -Price.
Ralph L. Summerrow
Raincoats we have for men,
women and children.
Curtains and draperies are
still scarce, but we are get
ting some items.
Just received a shipment.
Just received some for men
and will have them short
ly for women and children,
. . . Also profesisonal gym
Roots with 8 inch tops
are coming in top grade
Men's work shoes are on
the shelf waiting for
you in top grades.
Women's Oxfords, which
have really been a prob
lem We have the bills
for some oxfords which
arc most attractive.
In oxfords for men and
boys we can show you
sonic nice numbers.
Vici-kid shoes for both men
and women have been very
scarce but here's good
news . . . We will have
Vitis for both men and
women within a week and
in top grades.
A nice group to show you
in splendid values.
jTobacco Canv 0:3
It's here . . . Three didV cnt
l' grades from which to ect.
' Work Pa- is
Not everything. ! tit a really
nice group. 1 1 blue and
khaki pants ve have all
For both men and boys
we have sweat shirts of
While it's impossible to
have an old-fashioned Jan
uary Clearance Sale we
will be marking down se
lected items during the next
few weeks it will pay you
In sweaters Ave can show
you lovely numbers for
men, women, children and
It Pays To Shop Frequently At
RAY'S DEPT. STORE
0U WILL FIND
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