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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUN'iaINEER
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20,
Woman's Club To
The coming year's program of
the Waynesville Woman's Club has
been planned to meet the war
emerenni'ies. as outlined at the
October meeting which was held
on Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. J. Clay Madison. Serving
as associate hostesses with Mrs.
Madison were Mrs. H. G. Ham
mett, Mrs. W. L. Hutchins and
Mrs. M. K. Williamson. Mrs. Wil
liam T. Hannah, president, presid
ed. Plans were made to hold the
meetings at the Hotel LeFaine on
Main street, with a brief session
af lor which the members will go
to the Masonic Temple and work
in the Ked Cross surgical dressing
rooms. Refreshments will not be
served for the period of the dur
ation. It was decided to pay up the
Building and Loan taken out by
the club and invest the stock in
war bonds. A benefit square dance
was planned to be given in the
near future to aid in making final
The following officers were
elected to serve for the coming
year: first vice president, Mrs.
C. F. Kirkpatrick; second vice
president, Mrs. Charles Miller and
secretary, Mrs. R. H. Stretcher.
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick gave a
report of the recent district Feder
ation club meeting held in Canton.
A special program of music was
presented by Mrs. Richard N.
Barber, Jr., violinist, and Mrs. R.
II. Stretcher, pianist.
A social hour followed adjourn
ment. Mrs. R. N. Barber is attending
:i state conference of the Daugh
ters of 1812 which is being held,
in Greensboro, this week. Mrs. i
Barber is second vice president of
the state organization.
The following attended a lunch
eon at High Hampton on Saturday
given by Mrs. E. L. McKee: Mrs.
Frank Smathers, Miss Alice Quin
lan, Mrs. Adora Raine, Mrs. Harry
Rotha, and Mrs. Jennie R. Breece.
II. N. Barber returned during
the week from a business trip of
Prof, W. C. Allen left Sunday
fur a business trip to Greensboro.
Mrs. Ora Dowell, of Knoxville,
has been the guest of Mrs. J. C.
Patrick for several days.
Bed Goes Modern-Pieces Go To Scrap To Help Our Fighting Men
Mrs. Jimmy Boyd To
Attend NYA State Meet
Mrs. Jimmy Boyd, NYA inter
viewer for the counties of Hay
wood, Jackson and Transylvania,
will attend a state-wide meeting
of NYA personnel workers in Dur
ham this week.
Sue Kelly Elected
Proctor At Woman's
Miss Sue Kelly, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kelly, who is
a student at the Woman's College
of the University of North Caro
lina, has recently been elected to
the office of proctor. Miss Kelly,
who is a member of the iresnman
class of the college, graduated
with honors at the Bethel high
school last spring.
Mrs. W. B. Lee, of Jones Farm,
spent the week-end with her hus
bnnil, Sergeant W, B. Lee, who is
stationed at Camp Blanding, rla.
Mis. John Gudinsky, of Brook
lyn. N. Y., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gaddy.
Mrs. Blanche Medford left Sun
day for Washington, D. C, where
she has accepted a government po
sition. Mrs, J. R. Plott, of the Maggie
section of the county, is visiting
her daughters, Miss Marjorie and
Miss Betty Plott, in Newark, N.
J. She has also visited her daugh
ter, Ensign Lucile Plott, in Wash
ington and Maryland.
Joe Woodrow Davis left Satur
day for Wilmington, where he has
accented a position with the Caro
lina Shipbuilding Company.
Mrs. Cameron Lewis left Thurs
day for her home in Charleston,
W. Va., after a visit here with her
father, W. T. Lee, at his country
home on the Fairview Road,
Mrs. William H. Neese, of Crab
troo. i the house euest of Mr. and
Mrs. Millard H. Ferguson while
w linshand. the Rev. W. H. Neese,
is attending the conference of the
Western District of the Methodist
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Claimed By Deal
Who wants an old-fashioned bed, when some of our Acting men
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at the front don't even have a Deu.
saws off the excess bed and iook.
o si. v,n.,. .ni T'll Vij.t n week's allowance we can
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State College Hints
By Ruth Current, State Home
Demonstration Agent N. C.
Here are four first-aid rules for
saving vitamins in food: (1) Don't
crush or bruise; (2) don't soak;
(3) keep cold until ready to cook
or eat; and (4) use quickly when
Vitnmin r. pets away faster from
foods peeled or cut, so make raw
salad or slaw as a lasL-minuie ju.
Cook quickly whenever you can.
Put vegetables into boiling water,
and bring the water bacK to Doning
noint fast. Cook vegetables until
just tender but no longer. Stir
vegetables only wnen you must.
Tf von Rtir vou mix air into the
food and that destroys some of
the vitamins. Do not add soaa
when you cook green vegetables.
The soda destroys thiamine and
T I M E L V-
lengtn oi lime, xnere i u "' . ,. i
ly positive way of removal, but s:,ys it was once a common belief
.1 ii.. . i. .,oo-fi moth- tw Kn nnunds of salt were nec-
eds is to steam the keg, then wash ; essary for curing a 250-pound hog.
it with a fairly strong B-X solu- Now it is realized there is no need
tion. After the keg has dried thor to waste" that " much salt, and, in
ougMy, veeoat the inner suriace
wkli mel'rd paraffin. Even with
this treatment, it is not always
possible to remove the odor.
. ivcj were vin.
at U o'clock Saturda,:
at the home of Mrs. Luiher i
len on Allen's r-u r ,r
luicr-an extended illn
was assisted by Rev. mJ
.elm mm me Kev. OtH Bui
uu"'" was in ureenhi l rem,
ocjvmg as active Da'IKi
wala Uiili T T
Burgin, R. V. Wei, V, nr.v'
, . "'Jucn
uarK,. W. K. Francis hm
Dr. Tom Strirnfil,i
Stringfield, Dr. W. L. KirkpJ
Dr. N. M. Medfm-,1 Hi. ,3
W, L, Lampkin, Lmn M. Kl
i-., iviaiTin, l,. 11. Bi-am',
G. Terrell Th(,r. T,.r. ,
L. Bramlett, John Cabe, J, v
ton, J. W. Killian, and W
Mr. Lee is a native of the
. i r i.
uwii i-rren section t the 1(1
He would have .been, eiphtv
old next month. Prior to h1
tirement he was connected
the freight division of the 3
ern Railway here.
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ne is .survived ov nve ,;lU(,
Mrs. Luther L. Allen; Mis.
Candler, of Waynesville, M
S. Rhodes, of Jacksonville,
Mrs. 0. C. Suttles and Mrs.'
Reeves, both of Abbeville:
Drotner, w. i. L,ee, oi Havnei
one half brother, James I.
Lake Junaluska; 17 grandth
including Mis. Glenn Mcil;
Ela. with whom he hinl ri
during the past two years, aij
. addition, the meat will cure out
too salty for good eating. Last
year, Vestal said, he used 7 pounds
I of salt, 2 pounds of brown sugar,
i 1 ri ff culfnotaT npr 1flfl
Question: Is it possible to re
move fish odors from wooden kegs ?
Answer: Fish odors are exceed
ingly difficult to remove from wood. Question; How much salt snou.u , . . excellent
. ! n. cu kvinti Vina Vio ucPM in pnrinff nork : 1 r
lTnTn thp W Z 'for anvgrea; Answer: E. V. Vestal, animal cured meat
And the best and the w rst J
That neither is most to blai
If you have forgotten my kil
And 1 have torgotten your
Mv country is the world ai
religion is to do good.-TI
Mrs. Hazel McGaha Mitchell, of
Waynesville, route 1, left Monday
for Pittsburg, Pa., where she will
Mrs. Mary L, McCracken
REGISTERED SPENCER CORSETIERE
Phone 369-J 205 Hazel Street Waynesville
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GSk SflOES FOR
RETT E R-T II A X-E V E R
We must prevent farm fires and
here's how to check your hazards.
Let every member of the family
help make an inspection and an
swer these questions: uan cnim
neys be examined from the attic?
Are chimneys free irom cracKS anu
Are bird nests or eaves remov
ed from roofs and around eaves
Do all wood and coal stoves
stand on a metal floor-covering
extending at least 18 inches in
front of the stove door? When
oinveninps mat out. are they re
placed with safe pipes? Is the oil
stove kept clean and properly ad
justed? Do you use a metai con
tainer for taking out hot ashes?
Do you keep closets, attics, and
storerooms clean and free from
rubbish and papers which would
feed a fire? Are oily mops, dust
and polish rags kept in metal con
tainers to prevent spontaneous
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C. E. RAY'S SONS
Miss Billie Carver, daughter of
Mrs. Stella Carver, returned on
Monday to Newport News, after
spending ten days here with her
mother at her home on the Dell
Manv states which are not con
sidered as "forest state," never
theless include larcre areas of for
ests. In Ohio, for example, it is
estimated there are more tnan
3,000,000 acres of trees growing
oh general farms.
FOR SALE Hot Point Electric
Range. First $25 gets it. Phone
271. Oct. 19.
FOR SALE Coal, wood and kind-
linir. BELLE MEADE. Phone
9164. Oct. 22-29-Nov. 5-12
WANTED To buy a good pure
bred Shorthorn stock brute. Jti
B. MILNER, Belle Meade.
FOUND A strayed small white
Persian kitten. Will be giad to
return to owner. Call 425-J
PARTI OF THANKS
Wp srioh to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and
thft beautiful floral offennsrs dur
ing the illness and death of our
father, the late Robert Dean Lee
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