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THE WAYNKSVH.LE MOUNTAINEER (ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY) THURSDAY I
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"A running fight between the bomber and the 18 Japanese pursuit planes continued for 75 miles
continued until the remaining pursuit ships exhausted their ammunition and turned back. With
two engines gone and the plane practically out of control, the American bomber returned to its
base after dark and made an emergency landing. THE MISSION HAD BEEN ACCOMPLISHED,"
'resident Roosevelt, in his Fireside Chat, April 28, 1942
THERE, in the words of President Roosevelt,
is one of the war's most stirring episodes a
demonstration of how, with one man killed, an
other man's hand shot off, and a third man in
jured, our American boys stuck to the fight,
bombed their objective, and brought their plane
C. N ALLEN &. CO.
Phone 48 Hazelwood
Royal Pilkington & Co.
Phone 200 Hazelwood
Wellco Shoe Corporation
"Home Of Better Values"
Main Street Waynesville
Pet Dairy Products Co.
Pasteurized Dairy Products
Undoubtedry you felt a thrill when you heard
it over the air, and niaybe you'll have another
thrill reading it again.
BUT YOUR THRILLS WON'T WIN THE WAR!
It takes planes thousands of them and
tanks thousands of them and shells millions
of them and bullets billions of them I It needs
Atkins Insurance Agency
BILLIARD ATKINS, Owner
Phone 19 Church Street
Union Clothing Company
"You Can Buy It On Credit"
Garrett Furniture Company
"Good Values and Friendly Credit"
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
"The Friendly Bank"
ships and guns and jeeps ...
It takes MONEY.
It takes the money of ALL of us the girls at
their typewriters, the men at their machines
the clerks, the farmers, the messengers, the
bookkeepers and the salesmen.
It needs a surging, patriotic Nation of people
who love their country enough to buy a share of
America by investing 10 of their wages every
payday a dime from every dollar in War
It needs and it's getting it! the cooperation
of Labor and Management to put the Payroll
Charlie's Cafe & Place
"Home of Good Things To Eat"
"You Can Get It At McAlhaney's"
Underwood Lumber & Supply
At The Depot DAVID UNDERWOOD
"Everything For the Farmer"
Dayton Rubber Co.
Savings Plan over the top.
YOUR mnnev in War Bonds 10 o
salary every payday not only will help M
bill to create the most powerful BLASTING!
ever put together but you'll do your
your family a favor, too.
Because every time your savings am"
$18.75, you'll get a War Bond worm w
You don't GIVE your money-you h
it, both for Victory, and for pur offllj
That's YOUR mission will YOU H
Land Of The Sky AssociaS
First National BanK cuuu"
Phone J26 "
C. E. RAY'S SON'S
- Park Shop Save Here
TITO FOOD STORE
Featuring Sanitation Quality -
. .. Low Prices
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