SECOND SECTION The' Waynesville Mountaineer Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance oj The Great Smoky Mountain National Park UvvnTYEAR N0- 32 Twenty Pages WAYNESVILLE, N. C THURSDAY AUGUST 7, 1941 $1.58 ! Adrance la Haywood and Jackson Countfca to Store T lbgirws Titto u uu uu uu W I- : w - . i .fp Scu !... iPJ 1VT III frcDtflP'' jl neife S 00 AMeW5 BDISe) I 7th Aiivesary H, mm ft IL E -HT Kv i "L 1 lie ':t? - I r . i TAKER )AT MEAL 3 & 210 L:. BotUe Old English Furniture 'OLISH "0 dHXSON'S .(AX 11-3 lb. can 590 aper Plates doz. 100 r0RKS:yi4jiriAPfc:-O Vheat Meats 2pkg270 i-oz. Bottle Libby's Or Stokley's ; ;ATSUP 2 for 250 . . . . . oz. Can Premier iPAGHETTI 2 for 250 OL'NTY KIST, EASor CORN 3 cans 270 AND E. SRAPEJUICE qt. 250 N'OWDRIFT OR CRISCO 6 ; $1.09 2 07f Cans . Cans . 2 03 Cans. 270 Also Same Macaroni Home-Made MAYONNAISE TWO 8-oz. JARS 290 Enjoy tlx rich, eresmy, oodot of Duks'i Hom-Md Mayoo- , oiim. It's so fmh end ; ntda from tha finsrt ingredients. It' top iorallealadiand the perfect ri ' .lt ..ndwich pectu spread. . ' FAMILY SIZE QUART JAR 410 FRUITS and VE657ABfl.ES SUNKIST 860's LEMONS 270 CALIFORNIA CARROTS 2 bunches 130 Large Head California LETTUCE 3 for 250 SWEET POTATOES 5 lbs. 250 YELLOW ONIONS 4 lbs. 180 HOME-GROWN OKRA lb. 100 Corn Flakes 3 pkg ::i80;: X7X 3 1b. Package M 290 GRITS 100 Biltmore WHEAT HEARTS 2 270 Jar RINGS 3 Doz. 100 kWleULil I mm 3 Rolls 230 Jar CAPS Doz. 1 230 I HIGH QUALITY MEATS From Our Grade "ft' market Werners 20 Bologna 17 END PORK CHOPS 25 PORK ROAST 25 RIB STEW 12i iinrccrn anA DRAIN FRYERS 35 i . IB t I Grocery Firm Has Large btocks Ui Quality Goods E. II. Balentine Is General Manager and Co-Owner Of Fast Growing Store. This week-end The Food Store la observing their seventh anniver sary, by staging a sale event that will mean savings in ult ol their departments, according to Emmett Balentine, co-owner and general managwr. Seven years ago when the store opened on Main street, about five salesmen were all that were needed to serve the customers. Today, eleven men are employed, besides a bookkeeper, un aaiuraays ex tras are brought in. This gives some idea of the growth of the business during the past seven years. Every year has seen some pro gressive move made in ine store Only recently, the produce and veg etable counters were rebuilt and rearranged whereby all fruits Bnd vegetables were confined into one section of the store, thus making selection and service easier. "Everyone of our men are given special instructions as to render ing efficient and quick service." Those in the grocery and pro duce departments are; E. H, Bul entine, David Taylor, Emmett Green, Kenneth Clemment, Ned Glavish, together with two janitors, Ernest Dalton, and James Casey. On Saturdays extra salesmen in clude: Johnny Cuddeback and Rich ard Jones. Miss Olive Jane Green, is bookkeeper. Groceryman E. H. BALENTINE Two years ago a new and mod ern front was built to the store, giving one entrance from the side, with the front utilized lor display purposes, A few weeks ago. large display counters were built down the cen ter of the store, giving a full dis play of goods on both sides of the shelves, The market has three men, be sides a colored helper who dresses chickens. The grade "A" market is under the direction of Leon Henry. He is assisted by Robert Hall and Frederick Nichols. TVia fira in a full lpncth hnse- (Continued on page 20) - &-V-;- - ,,::: frTil X 'MSM:'rS!::MAii K CJSmiiOTIBBSK VEGETOLE Sold With A Money Back Guarantee We Have A Full Line Of Armour's Canned Meats Get Armour Star Brand Ham In Our Market The FOOD STORE SHORTENING

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