THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER.
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airs, nenry Beck, Miss Hazel Nor- i believ thut u- il
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. " " . "" instructive, tolerant but never care
birVhH Themng T"""'" her ''. -controlled, patient, always
birthday. The quests were enter- respectfu, of ,u re,ders ' X
tmnwH hi' n avin.. mimovmio I . a.wwjoi
f, v," k -. unafraid; is quickly indignant at in-
after which orange ade and a de i-' j. 7
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Kifts. Those fortunate enough to as f.r as Uw and hohegt
enjoy Mia. Warren s hosp.tal.ay were recojrnition ofhuma brothrhood
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kary and L, ,an kenney Evelyn profoundIy p.triotle whil. sincerely
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Warren, ( ary Woodring, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Lee, Jr. I
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Knight mo-
toii-d to Franklin last week.
The contract has been let to Mr.
J-'red Calhoun to concrete the Balsam
road. The material is being placed
and the concrete will be poured right
Mr. Charlie Perry of Franlkin was
la.st week-end guest of his mother,
Mm. Mabel Perry.
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Fr om The Waynesville Mountaineer
Beautiful Samples to Select from. Better Than
The Best, Cheaper Than The Rest.
far women and misses that, at our
present prices represent remarkable
values, are here in elaborate array.
The materials include crepe satis.
georgettes, and plain and printed'
crepes; the styles, straight lina
modes, coat effects, and flared models.
This is your opportunity to pur
chase n new dress at a saving that
will be considerable.
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book on another; that individual re
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I believe that advertising, news. ! '' I'r
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"(v.. th? best interests of readers:
that a single standard f helpful e:i)c MiW
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A Dollar Dinner for Four
The daily recurring problem, what to have for dinner, is
the housewife's bugaboo. A timely suggestion, now and then,"
is most welcome. Here is a menu that will serve four people
and costs only $1.00.
Soup Julienne Escalloped Salmon
t Baked Creen Peppers Stuffed ni:h Corn
Whole Wheat Dread and Butler Lettuce Salad
Brown BeHj) Coffee
for the Brown Betty may be bad for
1.5 cents. The other ingredients are
slices of stale bread and a little sugar.
The bread is spread with softened
butter and laid over the applesauce
ill a bnliinrr-Hicli nri.ibl. ; ...:!.
sugar ana ana a tew drops of vanilla.
Bake in a moderate oven and serve
with a thin sauce. At an average
cost of 40 rente a rvmnH
colfee for four' people costs about 4
cents. The total cost of the foods
above mentioned is about 89 cents, al
lowing 1 1 rent tn ravr tk rr.
butter and sugar, oil and vinegar for
A can of soup Julienne, requirinf?
only the addition of an equal
amount of boiiinij water, costs
10 cents. A tall can oi salmon costs
17 cents. This should be mixed with
white sauce, sprinkled with grated
cheese and breadcrumbs and baked in
a casserole. A can of corn costing
13 cents, mixed with a little butter
and seasoning, will fill four green pep
pers, the latter costing about 10 cents.
This is a very tasty dish.
A loaf of whole wheat bread costs
10 cents. A head of lettuce large
enough to serve four people costs
about 12 cents. A can of applesauce I
Mt'Rsci.; A, C. Anderson and V. C. McKiiirey of
Asheville. N. C, wish to Annmince that they
Leased the City Bakery from Dr. John Smathers
and arc now ready to- supply this Community
iv-ith Gd3l Br ad. Pies. Cakes and a Pastries.
BUY HOME MADE BREAD
The Waynesville Bakery
ftfxt Doer lo The City Market on
C iirch Slre(t
ee Us "for (Tcurofltore
Days and Even
ings can be Spent
in Comfort. If
You Buy Your
From Us. See
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Stoves, Ranges in
Fact any and
Every Kind of
oil, wood or coal
They are; except
ionally low priced