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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE FOUR 1
At Home In Va:
Funeral services were held at
10:00 o'clock Saturday morning at
the home of Granville Mull near
Allen Creek for John W. Mull, 71.
native of Haywood county, resident
of Natural Bridge, Va. who died
Buddenly last Wednesday, August,
14th, at his home in Virginia. Itev.
C. L. Allen, Baptist minister, of
ficiated. Burial was in Green Hill
Mr. Mull moved to Virginia many
years ago and had been engaged in
He is survived by bis wife, Mrs.
Lily Swanger Mull; six sons, Tom
my Mull, of Karniville, Va., Wood
row and William Mull, of Green
lee, Va.. John Mull, Jr.. of Balti
more, Md , Kuwne and Franklin
Mull, of Natural Hridgc, Va ; five
(laughters, Mrs. Charlotte Johnson,
of Greenlee. Va., Mis. I,ulalelle
Slough, of Natural Bridge, Mrs.
Louise Flint, of Glasgow, Va., and
Pauline anil Frances Mull, at home;
two brothers, Marshall, and Gran
ville Mull, ol Waynesville. li. V 1)
No I; two sisters. Mrs. Mary Curtis
and Vrs. Oilell Lnsley. both of
We Wish The
BEST OF LUCK
To the Now and Modern
F. & W. GROCERY
(Continued From I'age Two)
Clinton in October
SPORTS The first collegiate
football games in N. C. this tall
will come on Sept 28. with Duke
meeting State at Ilaleigh and YPI
taking on Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Warning: If you have a lug game
in mind, belter order your tickets
now! Duke-Carolina is a sellout,
and Wake-Duke, Wake-Carolina.
Wake-State, Duke-Ga. Tech. Duke
Tenn tickets are moving last
Baseball booming iialeigb has
played before 80.000 this season,
Greensboro. 1 10.000---Carolina and
Slate will permit commercial
broadcasts of grid games this fall.
First time A Statewide network
Waynesville, H F D. No I.
Garrett Funeral home was m
charge of the arrangements
SSgt. Leyton Mears
SSgt Leyton Mears, son of Mrs.
V.. I. Mears, of Canton has recently
been promoted to first sergeant, it
was learned by his parents. Sgt.
Mears is serving with the 331st In
quiry llegiment, the "Blue Devil
Division" in Italy.
Sgt Mears has been in service
lor I he past 16 months and overseas
lor II months. Before entering
the service he was employed at the
Postal Accounts office in Ashevillc.
According to the New York (tata
conservation department, the beav
er in only 10 of the Empire itate
counties represents a capital asset
ul small stations will carry most
local tlig Four games, with J. B.
Clark of Charlotte as color man
and Hay Heeve of Raleigh on the
f. & W. GROCERY
F. and W. Grocery
Best 01 Luck
F. & W. GROCERY
F. and W. Grocery
BEST of LUCK
F. and W. Grocery
By MRS CREWS MOODY
Home Club Meets
The Dellwood Home Demonstra
tion club meet on Thursday with
Mrs. Wilbur Whidden in an all day
session with a delicious dinner
served at the noon hour. Demon
strations and discussion of food
problems featured the program.
Travel Still Goes On
Despite the closed roads and de
lour, of 17 miles over Cowan Moun
tain in the Smoky Mountains, the
Trailway buses made the round
trip one a day, and people from this
area are getting to work and others
also to the popular resorts at the
Moody Farms, Harold-Ken-Dale
and Brookside Farms, where sum
mer guests are filling the places to
been at home will never realize
the complete horror of the tragedy
these men caused when 500,000
deaths occurred in prison camps
and millions ofothers died, making
their guilt the most atrocitious in
The American Bar sent a fine re- j
present ative and we feel sure that :
when Mr. Smith's report goes on re- I
cord it will be one of the most I
fascinating and valuable in the
permanent collection of the Association.
n... c i.
a iuui iJdnainq
Waynesville, N. C.
Mr and Mrs. Curtis Huberts and
children of Detroit, and Miss
Verna Roberts, of Greenville, Tenn.
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L
Miss Kathleen Allison spent last
week with her aunt. Mrs Karlc
Ferguson. Miss Allison is now re
siding in Milwaukee, Wis.
Dwight Hall, of this section who
went on the farm tour to Eastern
Carolina, took five others in his
car. lie reports a profitable and
Miss Susie Moody entertained
informally Sunday evening for her
brother Charles Moody, who is
leaving in a few days for service
in the Navy, having re-enlisted re
cently. The guest list includde a
large number of young people in
LeRoy Setzer is at home on a
30 day leave from the Navy.
HERE and THERE
(Continued From Page Two)
English jurispridenee. The latter
was an old acquaintance of Mr
Smith's and had visited him in
Pinchurst in 1941 when he was
president of the N. C. Bar Associa
tion. The prisoners have been
guarded by soldiers of the four
The crimes could never be put in
print in their true light and most
of us here in America who have
USE THE CLASSIFIED ADS
vvc wuuiu nivt iu niu i w inaju; all QUI rjcj
and customers for the interest they have shown m the o-je-
of our New Grocery Store.
We hope that you will continue to patronize our store a, we'
that we are offering you quality goods at the lowest po.:
Boside Cabos Shell Station
Haywood County Court House
Waynesville, 11 C.
OTURDAY, AUG. 31, 2 p.
VALUABLE FREE PRIZES
Given By The Following Merchants:
BOYD FURNITURE CO.
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Five Extension Cords
CURTIS DRUG STORE
Willsonite Sun Glasses
E. J. LILIUS JEWELRY STORE
Three-Strand Pearl Necklace
PARKMAN HARDWARE CO.
White Enamel Double Conker
STOVALIAS 5 & 10c STORE
Aluminum Frying Tan
JONES RADIO SERVICE
Valulator C'ofTce Maker
THE BOOK STORE
WAYNESVILLE. HARDWARE CO.
I Metal Waste Basket
rogers i:i.i; Th'IC
Table Model -
SMITH'S DK1; T,,,;b
MASSIE'S DEPARTMKNT M
i-air tit . .
Pair Nylon " $M
'IK Tt I"'-
Asbestos mom ,
MASSIE FlTtN'Tl '
Greyhound 1 ra". ' .1 RE
GARRETT FIRM ' '
Combination Hot Ha
MARTIN ELECTBR l-
I nil - -
In Addition the Corporation Will Award A Main Pnze