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OCTOBER 4, 1945
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE ONE (Second Section)
We Have A
Dairy and Poultry
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Small Hardware and
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ou Are Always Welcome
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The Remodeled Building Opposite the Depot Houses Both Farmers Federation Warehouse and the New Locker Plant
The Public Is Cordially Invited
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One to Four O'Clock
How zero temperatures can keep your fruits
and vegetables garden-fresh the year 'round.
How such a plant makes butchering possible
in summer as well as winter.
On the right is a view of two rows of lockers
in the Waynesville plant. All parts of the
modern plant will be open for public inspec
tion between 1 p. m. and 4 p. m. Saturday.
C. B. Hosaflock, well known, and experi
enced meat expert, is in charge of the plant,
and will be glad to see you at the opening
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