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kY, JANUARY 13, 1944 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Rationing, OPA News
TAKES MORE THAN A DUCKING TO STOP A JEEP
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ireg,,od through-January 24.
MEATS. FATS Brown stamps
i und T are good through Jan-
'y 09 Brown siamp u
Li inuarv 16 and remains good
trough January 29. Spare stamp
l :n g0ok Four is gouu i"i o FJ,1,M
L,.i, nf fresh pork and all sausage
broUgh January 15.
PROCESSED FOODS Green
tamps D, E, and F in Book Four
a thrmio-ri January 20.
reen stamps G, H, and J in Book
four are pood tnrougn reorunry
KEW FOOD PRICE ADJUST
MENTS To allow food processors upward
Ljustments of their maximum
irices because 01 wage
he Office of Price Administration
iu amended food regulations cov
ring canned fruits and vegetables,
roien fruits, berries, ana vege
tables, preserves, jams, jellies,
ickles, pickled products, and apple
troducts. OPA estimated that m
rc at retail will run not more
than one cent a can or, in the case
V frozen fruits, one cent a paund.
Aprp will be no increases in pric-
L civilians pay for tomatoes, peas,
taap Deans, corn, peatuco,
is a further move to stamo out
rtia Marie market in easoline. OPA
Las ruled that any local board or
kpecial hearing officer, after a
Don't Neglect Themt
Naluro dosfgned the kidneys to do a
marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
flowing blood stream tree of an excess of
toiic impurities. The act of living li'
iUelf ia constantly producing wasli
matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good heath is to endure.
When the kidneys fail to function as
Nature intended, there is retention ol
waste that may cause body-wide dis
tress. One may suffer nagging backache
persistent headache, attacks of dizzinc-sa,
getting up nights, swelling, putfinesg
under the eyes feel tired, nervous, all
Frequent, scanty or burning passages
are sometimes further evidence of kid
ney or bladder disturbance.
The recognized and proper treatment
isa diuretic medicine to help the kidney:
ret rid of excess poisonous body waatt .
line Doan't Pills. They have had mnn
than forty years of public approval. Ar
endorsed the country over. Insist i"
Doan'i. Sold at all drug stores.
proper hearing and a finding that
the tire or gasoline regulations
have been violated, rray not only
revoke a gasoline ration, but also
may prohibit the use of gasoline
n the violator's possession which
was obtained as part of the ration.
CIVILIAN MEAT SUPPLY
About two-thirds (67 percent) of
the United States supplies of meat
available for all needs in 1944 has
been allocated to U. S. civilians,
according to the War Food Administration.
PORK AND BEANS RELEASED
About 440X00 cases (approxi
mately 20 million pounds) of cann
ed pork and beans will be released
to civilian consumers within th:
next few weeks.
PRICE RISE IN 43 WAS SMALL
At the end of 1943, the general
level of prices in wholesale mar
kets was two percent higher than
at the close of 1942, and the prices
of staples that families buy in re
tail markets for everyday living
were about three and one-half per
cent. This price rise was smaller
than in any year since 1940, ac
cording to Frances Perkins, Secre
tary of Labor.
OPPORTUNITY FOR VETERANS
Returning war veterans may
enter virtually any of the 30,207
apprentice training programs in
the United States. Age restric
tions and other limitations have
been especially lifted for veterans
in many apprenticeship standard -so
they may obtain training for
skilled work, according to the War
MORE TEA FOR CIVILIANS
About 76 million pounds of tea
will be available to civilian con
sumers in 1944 wartime limita
tions on shipping space permitting.
This is about 16 million pounds
more than civilians got in 1943.
State College Hints
By Ruth Current, State Homi
Demonstration Agent N. C.
Wartime cookery calls for ex
pert gravy-making for today meat
flavor is too precious to waste in
gravy that is lumpy, curdled,
greasy, pasty or otherwise unap
petizing. Slow and steady is the first rule
for the gravy-maker. Take time
to m:asure carefully, mix thor
oughly, and cook slowly with
steady stirring. Hasty mixing or
hurried cooking causes lumps.
Gravy made without measuring
may be greasy and separated, too
thick or too thin. For best flavor
and rich brown color, blend the
flower with the fat. Then slowly
add cool or lukewarm liquid, while
stirring over low heat. The right
proportions are: IVi to 2 table-
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
'ATINEE Saturday and Sunday 2:00 and 4:00 P. M.
IGHT SHOWS 7 -(Hi nnH Ofl P. M. SUNDAY NIGHT
flpens 8:15, Begins 8:30 ADMISSIONS Adults 30c Tax In
eluded; Children Under 12 Years, 11c Tax Included.
Thursday January 13
"Victory Through Air Power"
Disney Aviation Feature. Also
Friday January 14
"Here Comes Elmer"
With Al Pearce and Dale Evans.
Saturday January 15
"Land Of Hunted Men"
With The Range Busters.
LATE SHOW 10:30 P. M.
"The Falcon In Danger"
Starring Tom Conway and J. Brooks.
Sunday January 16
With R. Paige and L. Allbriton.
Monday-Tuesday January 17-18
"So This Is Washington"
With Lum and Abner.
Wednesday January 19
"Man From Music Mountain"
With Roy Rogers.
fif, full Iff 4x . ty7jv v4 fit iH
ft Wjrfc .
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JACK-OF-ALL-TRADES in America's global war, the Jeep is In its clemenl in the Jungle or when bucking through
the curt. Here one takes briny plunge as it climbs onto a landing su lp during the success ru I invasion at
Arawe. New Britain, which extended the All:ed grip in the Pacific Incidentally, m Impressed are out troops
by the dependable vehicle, many have placed it on their lists of post-war purchases. (International)
Clashes With Union
WIDOW of s famed Confederate
general, Mrs. Helen D Longstreet,
is reported from Atlanta to be dis
playing sme nf her husband's
flghtine qualities In a controversy
over her lob as a riveter Plant
officers want her to resign. She says
no; blames the request on a union
paper which said she was hired
"for publicity " (ntprnationnt)
spoons each of flour and fat to 1
cup of liquid.
To make gravy in a roasting pan,
first remove the meat to a hot plat
ter, then pour the drippings into
a bowl. Skim off the fat that rises
to the top. Back in the pan, mix
together equal measures of flour
and fat over low heat. Gradually
stir in the cool liquid which may
be juice that cooks out the meat,
broth made by stewing bones or
vegetables, tomato juice, milk or
Last, but far from least in mak
ing good gravy, is the seasoning.
Add salt and pepper with care be
cause the drippings already may
contain enough. Every bit of drip
pings that have browned on the
pan should be worked up with
liquid to give flavor and color.
Other seasoning possibilities are:
finely chopped onion, parsley or
celery leaves, grated horseradish,
tomato, or a tiny pinch of clove
By BEULAH BECK
Cpl. Willis 0. Beck, U. S. Ma
rine Corps, returned to Parris Is
land on Monday after spending a
14-day furlough with his parents,
Rev. and Mrs. Oscar J. Beck.
a ten day furlough he will report
for duty at Marine Base, New
River. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Bryson.
Pfc. Carlton Saxton, U. S. Army,
Alabama, and his mother, Mrs. T.
E. Simpson, of Connelly's Springs,
visited Mrs. J. M. Barnttt last
week. Pfc. Saxton has just been
discharged from a hospital and is
spending a 15-day furlough with
Mrs. Eleanor Starbuck of Miami,
was a Balsam visitor last week.
ANOTHER TWAIN YARN
Mark Twain was no respecter of
dignity and a story is told of him
regarding a certain bishop who was
rector of an important church. The
humorist had listened to one of the
bishop's best Sunday sermons and
approached him politely.
"I have enjoyed your sermon
this morning, but I have a book in
my library that contains every
word of it."
"Impossible, sir," replied the rec
I "Not at all, I assure you it is
1 true," said Twain.
"Then I shall trouble you to send
me that book," rejoined the rector
The next morning the rector re
ceived, with Mark Twain's compli
ments, a dictionary.
Great oaks from little acorns
grow and charred stumps from
the little match we throw. Wall
MAY WE SERVE YOU IN 1944?
We invite you to make use of the insurance
service which we offer. We have been in busi
ness in Waynesville for a long time, and offer
you the benefit of our experience in insurance
L. N DAVIS CO.
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PHONE 77 MAIN STREET
BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS
Funeral services for William
Boyd Parker, 64, who died at the
home of his son, Elmer Parker
of Hazelwood on Saturday morning
following a brief illness, were held
V be home Sunday afternoon.
The Rev. O. J. Beck officiating.
Burial was in the Barnes Cemetery,
Survivine are the widow, two
sons, beioo, 01 Durham, Elmer of
Hazelwood, and one daughter, Lil
lian, of Gastonia. Two sisters,
Mrs. Rosa Parker, of Alarka and
Mrs. Sarah Queen, of Washington.
Mrs. Sue Bryson, of Gay, spent
several days with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Pfc. Clifton Bryson has complet
ed his boot training at U. S. M. C
base, Parris Island, S. C. After
Having qualified as executor of
the estate of W. A. Moore, deceas
ed, late of Haywood County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit
same to Morgan & Ward, attor
neys, at their office in Waynesville.
N. C.. on or before the 30th day of
December, 1944, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This 30th day of December,
ROY H. MOORE, Executor,
Estate of W. A. Moore, deceased.
1335 Dec SO Jan 6-13 X7 Feb I
List Your Property
Give In Your Po
Listing Began January First
All property owners and taxpayers in Haywood County are required
to return to the list Takers for Taxation for the year 1944 all the Real
Estate, Personal Property, etc., which each shall own on the First day
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 are required to list
their polls during the same time.
All persons who own property and fail to list it and all who are liable
fot poll tax and fail to give themselves in will be deemed guilty of a
Ivy Hill Taylor Ferguson
Jonathan Creek . . Walter Wright
Cataloochee Mark Caldwell
Fines Creek France Rogers
Crabtree Frank Medford
Pigeon Gay Burnett
Waynesville J. S. Black
East Fork K. G. Burnett
Iron Dull Joe Medford
Cecil Ned Moody
Beaverdam . . . James Henderson
Clyde Wayne Medford
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