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THURSDAY, July n.
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Pet Company Is
Pet Dairy Products Company an
nounced this week they had com
pleted plans for the sale of all
available manufacturing: milk they
"We have a definite outlet for
all manufacturing: milk, and since
the market is higher than at any
time in years, means that right now
is the ideal time to increase pro
duction," R. B. Davenport, mana
ger, said. ,
Mill prices are higher now than
at any time since the local plant
The sale of ice cream and grade
"A" milk has also reached a new
high peak, Mr. Davenport said.
High School Band Will
Have 2 Weeks Vacation
The Waynesville township high
school band will be given a vaca
tion starting tomorrow and ending
the 4th of August, according to
This is the first vacation the
group has had since a brief one in
May following the closing of the
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Patton, of
Asheville, formerly of Waynesville,
announce the birth of a daughter
at the Biltmore Hospital on July
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Poteate an
nounce the birth of a son, Avery
Lee, at the Haywood County Hos
pital on July 15th.
Popular 61 years
Shower Given For
Mrs. Rufus Carswell
Mrs. Joe Tate and Mrs. Frank
Underwood entertained at the
home of the former on Tuesday
evening for Mrs. Rufus Carswell,
a recent bride.
The living room was attractive
ly arranged with quantities of
summer flowers. Contests were
the diversion of the evening. Mrs.
Carswell was presented a miscel
laneous shower of gifts.
Those oresent were: Mrs. Law
rence Jones, Mrs. Tom Blalock, Mrs.
Davjd Caddy, Mrs. Rufus Clark,
Mrs. Wilsie Hoyle Oook, Mrs.
Turner, Mrs. Hayes Bryson, Mrs.
Clyde Calhoun, Mrs. Mason Hill,
Mrs. Clarence Scruggs, Miss Lois
McClure, Miss Letha Knight, Miss
Arts Knight, Mrs. T. L. McHone,
Mrs. Pink Compton, Mrs. .Dewey
Hyatt, Miss Ruth Wright, Miss
Sarah Ann Carswell, Mrs. J. R.
Carswell, of Waynesville, and Mrs.
MAIN DISH SALADS
Often a substantial salad with
accompanying rolls or thin sand
wiches, a beverage and . a light
dessert will form the most appeal
ing menu combination you can de
sire for summer enjoyment. Here
are some particularly tempting
HEARTY SALAD BOWL
2 hard cooked eggs, chopped.
," V4 cup shrimp broken into small
bits. ".' ' . -"::
2 tomatoes cut into chunks.
1 alligator pear cut into long
V4 cup chopped celery.
6 radishes, sliced.
6 lettuce leaves pulled into small
1 cup salad oil.
4 tablespoons vinegar,
xk teaspoon mustard.
2 teaspoons salt.
Few drops onion juice.
Place all salad ingredients, well
drained and :. chilled, into salad
bowl. Mix dressing ingredients
separately in small bowl; blend
thoroughly. Just before serving
pour dressing over salad and toss
until each ingredient is highly coat
ed with dressing.
1 cup cooked diced carrots,
1 cup cooked diced beets.
1 cup cooked diced potatoes.
2 tablespoons minced onion.
1 cup diced smoked herring.
I" .teaspoon ground allspice.
' Vinegar. ' ' :-
Mix vegetables, fish and allspice.
Add salad oil and vinegar to taste.
Serve on bed of lettuce or endive.
1 cups cooked chicken, cut in
small pieces. .
1 cup chopped Celery.
For People Who
Those who want their
clothes cleaned and press
ed to the nth degree and
want to be sure of get
ting the best in work
manship and attention
send their clothes to us!
Here Is the Place To
Now Is the Time To
See Our Bargains Before You Buy
HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR LARGE STOCK
'39 Chevrolet sport sedan
Two '38 Chevrolet town
37 Willys sedan
'36 Plymouth coach
'36 Ford sedan ; j
'36 Chevrolet sedan
Two '35 Chevrolet, se
- dans . ,
'34 Chevrolet sedan
40 GMC ton truck
DeGaulleist in U.S.
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Self-exiled from hit native Franca
for 15 years and now commander of
all merchant vessels of the Free
French government, Capt Felix
Arago brought his flagship safely
into Boston Harbor after running
the war gauntlet from Africa. He
la from the Basque region of South
8 tablespoons French dressing.
M teaspoon salt.
Mayonnaise, letuce, stuffed and
ripe olives, paprika.
Combine chicken and celery; add
the French dressing and salt. Al
low to stand in the refrigerator 30
or 40 minutes. Moisten with may
onnaise and serve as individual
salads on crisp lettuce, the edges
of which have been dipped in pap
rika. Garnish with stuffed and
ripe olives. '.' ;
POTATO AND EGG SALAD
4 cups cold boiled potatoes cut
1 onion, chopped fine,
3 hard cooked eggs, chopped.
2 tablespoons chopped parsley.
Mix potatoes, onions, salt and
paprika. Marinate in French dress
ing. " Put in ice box to chill. Just
before serving add eggs, parsley
and sufficient Mayonnaise dressing
to moisten well. Pile in cups of
wisp lettuce. Garnish with strips
of red or green pepper.
Watercress , in some localities
may be had for the picking. It re
quire care in cleaning because of
its small leaves and many stems
to which the sand clings. Pick
over cress, carefully cutting off
coarse stems, and wash thoroughly.
Chill in ice water and shake as
dry as possible before serving. Pile
lightly in salad bowl and serve
with French or Tarragon Dressing.
STRING BEAN SALAD
Wash and string 2 quarts of
young string beans and cook them
whole in boiling salted water until
tender. Drain off water and cool.
Marinate, mix well, in French
dress and chill thoroughly. Ar
range in mounds on small tender
leave of Romaine, holding them
together with rings of pimento.
PINEAPPLE AND STRAWBER
1 small fresh pineapple.
1V4 cups strawberries.
1 tablespoon chopped mint leaves.
Peel pineapple and remove eyes.
Cut in slices and then in cubes.
Chill. Wash, hull and chill the
strawberries. Combine the fruit
and arrange on crisp leaves of let
tuce or chicory. : Sprinkle with
mint and serve with salad dress
ing to which cup of whipped
cream has been added.
Nit: "I dread to think of my
Wit : "Why, did something un
pleasant happen on 1t? -------
"I hear they've taken the arlv
morning bus off vour line. Do vou
miss it much?" .-, "
"Not since they took it off."
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
STEWART WILSON AYCOTH,
The defendant. Stewart Wilson
Aycoth, will take notice that an
action entitled as above, has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood Countv. ftorth Cat.
olina, by the plaintiff against said
aeienaant lor the purpose of pro
curing an absolute divorce upon
the grounds of two years separa
tion. And the said defendant will
further take notice that he is re
quired to appear at the office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court
oi Haywood bounty in the court
house in Waynesville, North Caro
lina, on the 3rd day of August,
1941, and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action, or the
plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said
This the 3rd day of July, 1941
Asst. Clerk Superior Court of
No. 1088 July 10-17-24-31
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
A contributor was walking
through the Bowery when he
passed a bank where heavy cakes
of ice were being lowered through
a manhole in the basement of a
Being somewhat of a wag, he
asked the nearby guard if the ice
was for the frozen assets of the
belligerent countries of Europe
then he speedily and discreetly
Sergeant (to reclining soldier):
"Why aren't you out there march
ing up and down?"
Private: "Well, it suddenly
dawned on me that I wasn't getting
Young Bride; "My husband prom
ised me a surprise if I would learn
to cook, so I took lessons."
Friend: "What was the sur
prise?" Young Bride: "He fired the cook."
"Bill, you were in love with that
girl. Why didn't you marry her?"
"Well, I was all ready to propose
when she told me she loved three
other fellows, Bryon, Longfellow,
Motorist: "Why don't you look
where you're walking ? You pedes
trians walk around just as if you
owned the streets."
Pedestrian; "Yes, and some pf
you motorists ride around just as
if you owned your autos.'
A man who had inherited a
thousand dollars strutted up to a
railroad ticket window,' threw down
a bill and said, "Give me a ticket."
"Oh, anywhere, I've got busi
ness all over." -
"Bragson talks ; a great deal
about his family tree."
"Yes, a family tree is much like
other trees the smallest twigs Ao
the most rustling."
Magician: "Before I use this boy
for my act I would like to ask him
a question. Little boy, have yoa
ever seen me before?"
Little Boy: "No, Daddy!" -
"I don't like to say it, dear, but
Fred doesn't seem to be as well
dressed as when you married him
three years ago."
"That's strange. I'm positive it's
the same suit"
Teacher: "An anonymous per
son, is one who does not wish to
A few moments later: "Who's
that laughing in the class?"
Voice: "An anonymous person."
First Neighbor; "How did that
naughty little boy of yours get
Second Neighbor: "That good
little boy of yours hit him with a
What kind of piec
ing? asked Teddy yo
He went out to pUy J
some tim .. ' "1
breathlessly; "Mother H
you aay U the pie's
Visitor: "'What .
"Is a ton of coal a erJ
uil j i-" juvenile
"It depends, my boy",
the father, "whether you '
eling it or burning it!'
READ THE ADS-IT p
PLEASING IN QUALITY-PRICe-CANVENIENCE
MIRACLE WHIP 1 YHNi
Salad Dressing 2w
KINGAN'S SPAGETTI &
;2iV cans i
1 lb. pkg. DELMAR
2! pitgs. . 25
KRAFT'S ' '.V'-
Caramels p 190
Qhe Worlds Finest Quality
Glass Flee mmmmy
Beechnut Drip Or Percolator
COFFEE lb 310
Libby's No. 2 Can
2 1lb pkgs
ROLL CALL I
FLOUR 24 lbs 79;
MAYONNAISE qt. 35:
LARGE SIZE ' '
NEW DUZ 20;
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SOAP 3 ,twl7i
CHEESE ".IT 450
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