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AY, JULY 2, 1942
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
fL,J my seem like a lot to
R but when the young
'rbi. the lip is Lan
t Jt The startled man
wfuJ.M Byderof the'
? Mutual Bank in Seat
jXtond over hi. ;
k Hl v for a $50,000 bond and
1 with a resounding
fJily where Una .old $321,626
We College Hints
Ruth Current, teme Dem-
dBstration Agem -
The fowl and nutrition board of
1 ., i:.,v Poaenreh Council
L started a campaign to obtain
L enrichment of all white bread
W flour by sepiemu x,
L u ,..L-ora ran heln in
arm uinv " t
lis program by demanding enrich
nf white bread of their local
fillers and grocers. The enrich
ent of white flour and its pro-
tct8 18 SOUgni in uie mwiwi. v
diet, health and effl-
Eency as a war-time measure.
From how on women's shoes will
more comfortable, with lower
wis and room to wiggle your ties
round. There will be more:-ox-
tads and fewer styles. Goatskin
Ind kid may become the scarcest
Keep shoes ' in good repair.
Shine daily and wear half -soles
irotidly as a "badge of patriotic
Heat is the No. 1 enemy of rubber
foods. The higher the tempera-
hire, the more quickly rubber gets
keak, cracks and becomes sticky,
told does not harm rubber. Rub
ber's enemy No. 2 is light Oils and
Creases are enemy No. 3.
Farmers Will Have
To Substitute For
Farmers will have to depend
largely on bag. made of substi
tutes for burlap, on odd-size bags,
and on re-use of old bags for hand
ling their crops this year, reports
John W. Goodman, assistant di
rector of the State College Exten
sion Service. He says that due to
the war emergency, there will be
no more heavyweight burlap for
agricultural bags this year.
"Consequently," said Goodman,
"it is essential for farmers to plan
for greater use of cotton and pa
per bags, in many cases it will
be necessary that farmers use
unusual or odd-shaped bags. In
order to meet war-time require
ments, textile mills are finding it
necessary to weave fabrics of cer
tain widths and constructions not
generally used by agricultural bag
The extension official said farm
ers also will find that the cotton
bag will cost more than burlap
bags; however, there appears to
be no alternative except to pay
a higher price for the substitute
bags, in order to insure safe stor
age and transportation of agri
"Part of this difference in price
can be overcome by getting maxi
mum use out of all old bags now
on the farm, Goodman suggested,
"Re-use, is an important part of
the whole situation'
Immediately after Pearl Harbor
it was apparent that the burlap
supply would be insufficient for
both civilian and military use. On
December 22, the War Production
Board issued an order allocating
two-thirds of all burlap imports
to military uses, with one-third to
be used for agricultural bags
Agricultural bags requiring light'
weight burlap are now available
in small quantities for a short time,
possibly as late as December, 1942
Woe unto the home dressmaker
kho does not heed changing war-
Thousands of women send re
quests to join the WAAC.
President Roosevelt lop. $185,
000,000 off the WPA 1943 budget
As tires become scarcer fewer
soles will be saved.
A New Zeal is what the country
needs right now.
time fashions-shortening of jack
ets, the narrowing of skirts, the
slimming down of the silhouette
all designed to use less yardage
of cloth. The woman or girl who
comes out this fall in a dress with
a full, wide skirt or coat with
big patch pockets will be dated,
not 1942, but 1940 and 1941.
Famous 2-Coaf System
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They Fought For Freedom
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Natis in occupied France called these five Frenchmen saboteurs; their
own people call them patriots. They are pictured a. they waited for
a firing .quad to do its work. One of the accused men lifts hi. hands
in a plea of innocence. The others, though they kneel, show no terror
to their captors. Defiance is their only emotion as they await death.
First Musical Of Season At Lake
Delighted Big Crowd Monday Night
2 Coats of Pee Gee
Equal 3 Coats of
We recommend the Pee Gee
2-Coat System to every home
owner In this community be
cause It's the best, most eco
nomical exterior house painr
we have been able to find.
Itconsistsof 2 special paints,
an Undercoat and a Topcoat
which do the work of 3 ordi
nary coats. You save time,
money and labor. And get a
beautifully painted house!
Concrete and Linoleum
Look Like New
Pee Gee Porch anri Plnnr Fnam! i Rneciallv made for floors
hich are exposed to the weather or subjected to unusual hard
wr. It's extremely tough and weather-resisting. It dries with
' beautiful elos$ in about four hour. Use it on your porche.
... in kitchen, garage, and basement
Be sure to employ a reliable painter.
and floor enamel
ca Supply Co.
j Phone 88
Nothing Is Wasted
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That old adage about necessity be
ing the Mother of invention cornea
to the for in St Elisabeth's Hos
pital in Shanghai, China. A Chinese
nurse holding a baby uses an Amer
ican Bed Cross rice sack as a blanket
after its original contents had been
removed. The thrifty Chinese also
vie the sacks for making sheets and
T I M E L Y
Question: What farmers are el
igible to receive tires and tubes ?
Answer! There are two classes
nnjpr tTip rationing olah. Those
in Class A are eligible ior new
tubes. These include
licensed veterinarians, persons op
erating vehicles holding iu or more
nAAnlA Tonn i r pi! to carrv workers
to and from farms, trucks to haul
e-RRoline and repair equipment ior
farm machinery, ana irucxs w
haul farm nroducts to maricet ana
ttA and fertilizer back to the
form Those in Class B are engi
Ma nnlw for re-treads and re-caps
They include persons who have
Tin other wav to haul produce 10 ana
from market except in their pas
oanirAv rnm Ann farm workers who
Otllfc-' . -
have to have cars tp travel to and
Question: What is the best
mothed of getting rid of weeds in
Answer: Mowing as often as
necessary seems to have been the
K00f results. EarlV mowing is
ooiroWe hnt one mowine will not
do the job. Weeds come in cycles
and must be mowea several umes
rinrintr the growing season to pre
vent reseeding. The best time to
mow is when the bloom first ap
pears. At this stage trie iooa re
-ortin.'nf -.the' weeds is at its low
est point, and there is no danger
of scattering seea Dy me mowing
operation. Hand pulling or cut
ting will control weeds on areas
which cannot be reacnea wnn
The Asheville-JunaluBka choirs
of Contral Methodist church in
Asheville and the Lake Junaluska
Assemblv. delighted an auditorium
audience at the lake Monday night
m the first musical oi the season.
The well-balanced, sdendldlv ex
ecuted program was jointly directed
by Francis Griffith and Harold
Dickensheets, respective choirmas
ters of Central Methodist ana Lane
The choral numbers by the re
spective choirs were well received.
Mrs. Harold Dickensheets was
fWY CIGARETTES FOR
JIMMY DOOLITTLE'S BOYS
A croun of Portland shipyard
workers have chipped in to buy
Jimmy DoolitUe's boys, who left
Tokyo burning, 416 worth of cigarettes.
In other words the boys who
keep 'em smoking will keep smoK
Stiff Rationing Is
Food and Clothing
WASHINGTON We're in for
more rationing, and plenty of.it
In fact the UFA exnects to get
15 new programs started within a
year. This is revealed in house
report on a one-billion 800-imlhon
dollar appropriation bill for 19
Just what items will be rationed
are not disclosed. The OPA re
fuses to say because it would start
runs on those commodities.
But we have been given some
idea as to why these new programs
will be necessary.
In his testimony before the ap
propriations committee Production
Chief Nelson declared that if
Americana think thev are feeling
the pinch, they haven't seen any
thing yet. By fall, he says, the
civilian situation wilt be worse.
Far worse. Nelson bluntly de
"The outlook for the consumer
Nelson says he "thinks" we will
continue to have enough food and
clothing. But note he Used the
word "think" and not the word
There will be enough shoes to
go around, Nelson says. True, they
may not be just the kind of shoes
we want. But they will be shoes.
But as for building new homes
as for buying new eloctric re
frigerators they are out.
In fact, there will not be many
new stoves, or much in the way of
agricultural machinery. But Nel
son does hold out some hope for
the motorist. He said:
i helieve . . that by some
method . . . we will be able to take
care of their needs on essential
Also revealed in testimony be
fore the appropriations committee
was the fact that the army will be
increased to six or seven million
men in 1943.
It was brought out also that the
United States will operate between
2,200 and 2,600 merchant vessels
in the war effort this year.
Other disclosures in the testi
mony were that approximately
100,000 Japs now are housed in
permanent and temporary camps,
and that the FBI staff soon will be
increased by 1,000 new agents.
The big bill designed for the
operation of the 19 agencies for
the fiscal year just started has
been sent to the house for imme
Cause All Trouble
At Negro Dance
It was the uninvited guests that
caused all the trouble.
Fifty negro men and women,
who had been whooping it np at
two Jamaica, New York, dance
halls, were haled into court on
disorderly conduct charges.
Asked Magistrate John Mason:
-Who weren't invited?"
Replied one defendant:
"The cops, sub."
TEXAS HEN LA YS "V
FOR VICTORY EGG
The government has been doing
a lot of talking about eggs for
A hen belonging to J. M. Woody
of Elkhart, Texas, took the "vic
tory egg" talk seriously.
She came forth with a nice
shiny egg. And on one is a nearly
perfect embrossed V.
This pretty War Department work
er, La Verne Renf roe, holds three
reel, of film on which are recorded
4,500 letters. On the desk are two
mail pouches which hold an equal
number in bulk. The letters on film
are for soldiers abroad and are
copied photographically to save
needed cargo space aboard ships.
When they reach their destination
they will be enlarged and distributed.
This new system Is soon to be put
n general use by the army and navy.
Ceni.vf f'r i
WOULD LEAVE OFF THE
COLLARS, CVFFS, POCKETS
The whole trouble is the gov
ernraent has not gone far enough
in its victory suits.
That is the wav President I rv
ing Stone of the International As
sociation of Clothing Designers
feels about it.
At the association's convention
he advocated a "victory" suit with
out a vest, without a collar and
without cuffs. .
And perhaps looking ahead to
days when taxes will be paid'
$2 TO POP QUESTION, SAME
TO GET A LICENSE
Love is an expensive proposi
tion to Paul Hoffman.
He wants to get married and
it will cost him two dollars for
Now he has been haled up in
court for narking in a restricted
area. The New , Yorker explained
that the only reason he parked
there was to pop the question to
Too bad, said the judge, youll
have to pay the nne.
So it not only Will cost him
two dollars to get married. But
it has already cost im two dol
lars to get engaged.
Question: How many water
fountains should be provided for
Answer: C. F. Parrish, exten
sion poultryman, advises two .foun
tains that will hold at least three
gallons of water each. A hundred
birds will consume around 20
quarts of water a day. Since eggs
are now retailing at fairly good
prices, the poultryman should do
everything in his power to keep
production up. Plenty of clean
fresh drinking water is one of the
NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUB
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK.
RAYMOND STAPLETON, Ex
ecutor of Estate of W. H. Rich,
MRS. WILLIE T. THORNTON,
MRS. FLORA MOODY and hus
band, T. D. MOODY; JOHN
W. RICH; ELEANOR JANE
THORNTON; BILL MOODY,
Jr., TOM MOODY; EUGENIA
MOODY; PAM MOODY; ELEA-
Tho defendants above named
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
WnvwnnH CountV. N. -C." tO Sell
real estate situate in said County
and distribute the proceeds in
accordance with the last will and
testament of W. H. Rich, de
ceased, and said defendants will
further take notice that they are
required to appear at the office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said County in the Courthouse
in Waynesville, N. C, within ten
days after the lZtn day oi juiy,
1942, and answer of demur to the
naid action or the
plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the reliei aemanoea in saw
This June 12th, 1942.
Assit. Clerk Superior Court
Not 1193 June 18-25-July 2-9
DIG FOX HOLE AND
REALLY FIND FOX
This is what is known as
tin., tla lnrknnt.
V,H v.. y -f- -
l rumn K.ilwards. Mass.. in
r - . ,
untaa T.en Prince ind Minoei
Caparelli were told to dig a fox
hole. . . '.
Thv Hno- a foxhole, all right.
Only to find at the bottom a fox
APPETIZING RECIPES FOR
Timelv summer recipes, suggest
ed menus for the week, and hints
for busy housewives will be found
in every issue of
The American weekly
The Big Magazine Distributed
On Sale At All Newsstands
RUBBER STAMPS ARE
SCRAPPED BY ARMY
Lieut, Gen. Brehon Somervell
looked up from his desk.
Workmen were throwing hun
dreds of strangely familiar doo
dads collected from Washington's
32 war department buildings onto
a huge rubber scrap heap. Com
mented the army supply chief:
There goes the curse of tne
The duodads? Rubber stamps.
JUST WANTED TO SEE
FIRE ENGINES ROLL UP
William Miller just had to see
for himself. None of this theory
for him. He wanted to know.
Miller, who comes from Daly
City, Calif., was arrested in near
hv Stoekton. His offense pulling
two false alarms and hiding in the
bushes when the fire engines roarea
Miller explained it this way:
"They have nice equipment in
Daly City where I come from. I
wanted to see how the equipment
in Stockton matched up with
Nation's retailers to sell war
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