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j.v OCTOBER 20, UM
Don't Let Our Boys Down Get In Your Scrap I
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P'rScenes That Take
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I i nf the untold uf-
!,!ur brave men from the
f " Mrs.
Mrs. Cosky ia
rjafter the Pearl Harbor
Kt to work among the men
brought back from there Cali!
"It was horrible. Some ourned
to a crisp. Many mangled. Severe
pain on every hand. Those men
paid a price," she said.
She told of some of the precau
tions now being used on the west
coast, and the general reaction of
civilians to the war in that area.
"I had a close friend living at
Pearl Harbor on December 7.
When the raid started, this wo
man took her four-year-old son
and with other women and children
went to the cane fields. They got
flat on the ground, and my friend
covered her small son with her
body for four hours. The agony
they went through, as the Japs
flew so close the ground that she
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Win the War-Get
It In NOW!
IUNK MAKES FIGHTING WEAPONS
One old disc will provide
Bcrapsteel needed for 21Qsemi
automatic light carbines.
One old plow will help
make one hundred 75-mm.
One useless old tire
provides as much
rubber as is used in
One old shovel wQl :
4 hand grenades.
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"The Friendly Hank"
CLOSED WEDNESDAY TO GATHER SCRAP
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Two Weeks from Junk to Ships for Victory
Two weak after jtecl v-
ready to help build a
donated to National 2 t W
Salvage urtve y
ArriveX at local
Eight day lalerj Har
been rolled info a Steel
plate and if on Us vwjy
To a jhip-yara
GoeJ to yard of
dealer in Xcrap
iron and Xteel
Twelve hourj later:
IS part of a jteei
. Four doyj later:
rJLj Ircharged into a
fc -xmmm j leei rurnat
FIVE YEARS AGO
Scout work erowine rapidly in
Haywood county, according to A.
W. Allen, Scout executive.
Southern Railway is ursred to
run excursions so that visitors can
see foliage in mountains.
Indians may take action in their
council regarding Soco Gap route.
WPE exhibits receive many com
Vocational , industries from
State College praise work of teach-
could see the aviators plainly. Of
course, every plane was machine
punning every person in sight.
Fortunately, my friend and her
son escaped Injury."
It is Mrs. Cosky's ambition to
join the navy and work on board
ship with sick and wounded being
brought from the battle front. Her
husband is a marine engineer, and
at present is night superintendent
of a large ship building yard in
Mrs. Cocky is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Cabe.
ers in local schools.
Tour party: passing through
here is given, copies of Hymn of
the Great Smokies, by Miss Mar
Court house is to have name put
on at early date.
Dr. L. H. Lancaster, Presbyter
ian missionary, discusses life in
William McCracken is in Kansas
City as N. fi.: winner in FF A contest.
Building & Loan
Goes Over Top
On Bond Quota
Th Havwood Home Building
and Loan Association is over th
top in the purchase of war sayings
bonds, according to a report receiv
ed at State League commiwee
headquarters yesterday. The Hay
wood association has purchased
bonds in excess of its assigned
quota is connection with the luiv
nnnnnn war bond Durchase pro
gram being sponsored by the U.
S. Savings and Loan League, ana
th. Mnrth Pamlina Building? and
Loan League. This program calls
for the purchase by all uuiiaing
and Loan Associations of $100,-
000,000 in war bonds between June
30 and December 81. The North
Carolina association have been re
quested to purchase $1,915,000 in
bonds, and in turn quotas have
been assigned by counties to the
The Haywood Home Building
and Loan Association is an approv
ed issuing agency for the sale and
distribution of war bonds to the
public, and its purchase of bonds
at this time for its own account
has no relation to its activities in
the sale of bonds to the public.
Five From Ilaywood
College This Year
enrolled at Ashevilie
College. They are Miss Eva Jane
Rogers, daughter ol Mr. ana urs.
m tj Rnn. of Oahtree: Miss
Flora Belle Walker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. WaUer, oi
Fines Creek; Miss Dorothy Janes,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Janes, of Waynesville, root 2;
Miss Betty Kogers, aaugnier oi
Mr ant) Mm M. R. RoSTerS. of
Crabtree; and Miss Louise Henry,
daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. uraay
W. Henry, of Waynesville, route 2.
MUses,' Rog'ers, Walker and
Henry are members of the senior
class. Miss Walker is a home eco
nomics major while Miss Rogers
and Miss Henry are grammar and
a state as populous as
Massachusetts, full-grown and
huge forests are growing on thou
sands of acres which once grew
other crops for food. The re
planting in trees was done almost
entirely by Nature.
The famous "Bottomless Pit" in
the Big Room of Carlsbad Caverns
National Park in southeastern
New Mexico is 700 feet deep.
activities with Glenn Frazier, can
didate for governor, scheduled to
i Way Kinsland installed in Salis
bury as vice commander of State
Bethel will hold fair with Clar
ence Poe, editor of The Progressive
I Farmer, as principal speaker.
Five Haywood county educators
receive honor at teachers' meeting
TEN YEARS AGO
Deeds for Park lands placed on
record and will take 90 pages.
Civitan, Rotary and Boosters
clubs will meet here on Friday.
No damage done by heavy rain
fall here during week, with a fall
of 2.60 inches.
Haywood county 4-H Club boys
win first place at judging cattle at
Canton youth kills self while
trying to avoid police. :
County Republicans plan spe-
MEAT LEFT-OVERS FOR
Beat the increased cost of living
with your meat left-overs. Valu
able suggestions for tasty dishes
will be found in a helpful column
for housewives in October 25th
The American Weekly
The Big Magazine Distributed
On Sale At All Newsstands
Open All Day
This Office Will Be Committee Headquarters, Giving
Information and Acting As Clearing House for the
All-Day Drive To Get More Scrap.
(Sorry We will not transact any business for
ourselves Just Uncle Sam's)
BUILDING & LOAN
Phone IT Mal" s,reet
A real estate man from
Said "We'll bring this
war to an end
If all of us fra
On that old 'dotted line'
When Uncle Sam asks us
Oar Umd will hm wortk a lot
,tfit'i kept tnml Hip
Bond aota . . P"'
roui iwKxmt Into Urn Doaxu
,e7 pay dojl
Two Good Things Are Coming - -
' going to win this war by sac
, 8 and down right hard work start-
us will get all the scrap
Coming soon will be a new and delicious
food one all the family will enjoy, and
need. Watch this newspaper for details.
Get Out Scrap Now--It Is Needed By
Our Fighting Men
At Waynesville Coal Co.
Get Your Scrap In NOW!
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