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ypiTtSPAY, 0CT0BER 29 1942 0ne Day Nearer Victory) ,
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
pr, Clarence Poe
To Vote "Yes?'
Editor of The
y0 ,ommending all groups
WAAC and ATS Chiefs Meet
ment commending au groups
fed in the Broughton com-
Pi the proposed educational
I-llntin this election. This
Sent follow v .
fv . -.itirPTi1 lias a neht
Kl because of what hap
Wlen last Saturday morn-
?m "a Sunday evening when
W !Tr Broughton gave out his
St5 accompanied by the
I mnL ol various u'6""
and agencies" regarding the
60 pducational amendment.
ltm of emse t0 be expectea
WW-LlrlU favor such a
& he of course gave it un-
Hified support. :lwo oiner
Ch Carolina leaders with whom
t had the Privilege - -o ----4d
in these conferences not
5, "-went beyond. tneDounas oi
! 1 official duty in order to help
Crt also gave the state a BuperD
but 81 nf what can be ac-
SpliAed by men of fairness and
.ood will wnen uicjr D...., -i'"-";
to the fairness and good will of
,t... v,th i arniiiiiitiia. i wvuiu
L. been very easy for Governor
",e uo BaiH 'This is
the way the legislature worded
this amendment and this is the
,ay it was worded when my party
platform endorsed it, and . even
tough it was most seriously mis
understood and misrepresenteq, l
tan and will do notmng, xne iecn
jicalities of my position as gov
ernor and party leader require me
to go on through it with no con
fessions to anybody.' Instead the
pmmor courageously put a high
moral principle above techincali
ties and without waiting for the
aid pr consent of anybody, else, took
lis stand on that principle. Smi
larly Dr, Frank Graham, just back
irora Washington Saturday morn
ing from another week of exhaust
ing war service,; might easily have
Bid: "My job is to head the state's
program of higher education and
tw is no reason why I should
wear myself out trying to bring
togeth men and women now array
td in two hostile camps over the
proposed public school amendment.'
Instead he challenged other men
ir.d women to respond with fairness
f" "V" : M
Maj. Gen. Jean Knox (left), chief controller of the British Auxiliary
Teniioricl Service (ATS), is greeted at Washington, D. C., by Director
Ovcta Gulp Hobby of the U. S. Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
(WAAC). The ATS boss will be guest of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt at
the White House and the British Embassy during her stay in Wash
ington. This is a phonephoto. (Ctntral Pru)
Rev. A. W. Farnum,
Of Asheville, To Fill
Pulpit At Grace Church
Rev. A. W Farnum, rector of
St. Mary's Episcopal church, will
preach at 3:30 Sunday afternoon
at Grace church here.- There will
be no morning service.
MAGIC SILK and NYLON
Makes Your Hose Last
From 3 to 4 Times .
Miss Georgia Hyatt is now at
home after spending the past three
months with her sister and broth
er-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Ferguson, in New Jersey.
and good will to his own and the
governor's fairness and good will
and in a few hours a situation
which had threatened to divide and
embitter the educational forces of
this state for years had been solV'
''Perhaps I should add that this
problem was solved also on the
basis that in a contest like this,
one group of North Carolinians
can trust the honor and good faith
of opposing groups. We know
that .Governor Broughton and the
leaders who have pledged their
support to his corrective amend
ment will carry out without quib
bling or evasion the promise they
have made in order to secure a
united front in behalf of education
al progress in this state.
"Most earnestly, therefore, do I
now appeal to every North Car
olina voters to vote a positive 'yes'
on the educational amendment next
Mrs. J. W. Summers, who f or
merly resided here, spent the week
end in town as the guest of Mr,
and Mrs. George A. Brown, Jr
Mrs. Summers is now located in
Kingsport, Tenn., where she is li
brarian in the city library.
Mrs. Richard N. Barber, Jr., and
young daughter, Elizabeth Nor
man Barber, left Tuesday for Frif
fin, Ga., where tltcy will spend the
coming two weeks with the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Miss Maye Rathburn, who recent
ly resided with Mrs. W. A. Hyatt,
has returned to her home in Ashe
ville and accepted a position with
Mrs P. L. Hamm and two small
daughters, of Philadelphia, are vis
iting Mrs. Hamm s motner in na
telwood, Mrs. Maude Scates.
Lester Burgin, Jr., and J. D.
Hvatt, who are students at Mars
H ill College, spent the weeK-enq
Vera' with their parents.
Pnu TtbinrTiRrt. formly of
j . . -
Itnywood, but new of A' nngton.
Vs.; spent a few days the first of
the we. k here with relatives. " i
Mr. nnJ Mrs. Churlie Pulmer
nd dauehter. Mary and Naomi,
and Mrs. Clarence Scruegs, l:ft
Saturday for Gulfport, Miss., where .
they plan to spend several days
with their sons. Hugh palmer, ana
Joe Scruggs, who are in training
Miss Pearl Lehnard and Miss
Inei Gregg, who have spent the
past five months here, left yester
day for their hime in Paducah, Ky,
J. D. Hyatt, student at Mars
Hill College, spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Hyatt, in Haielwood.
Phil Medford, student at David-t
son College, spent the week-end
with his parents, Dr. and Mrs.
N. M. Medford.
Mrs. Evelyn Abel Osborne left
Monday for Raleigh, where she will
attend the annual convention of the
State Nurses Association.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stcph-,
ens, of Elizabeth City, have return
ed home, after a week's visit with
relatives in Waynesville and Cullo
whee. . . '.
Col. and Mrs. William Ira Iee,
of Gatlinburg, spent the first part
of the week here with the tatter's
mother, Mrs. W. T. Crawford.
, Cookies for Boys in Camps
To Our New and Larger Quarters
On the Asheville Road
(New Green Tree Tea Room Building)
OPPOSITE EAST WAYNESVILLE SCHOOL
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
NOW IN STOCK ITEMS FOR
Score Pads Rules and ' Instructions
The 2 in l Score Pad,
ith bidding guide, espe
ially for players of the
Culbertson system. Lat
An assortment of the
patriotic motif, in a num
ber of designs. 1 Also an
assortment of bridal tal
.. " . W W " - - . .,
"Stationery and Supplies for Office, Home an ScKooT
By BETSY NEWMAN
WE OF THE "Apron Brigade,"
as we have been called, certainly
have our hands full what with
keeping the family at home well
fed with nourishing, vitamin-rtch
foods, writing to the boys at camp
and occasionally sending them
some goodies from home. You can
buy nice little cookies in attrac
tive boxes to send to them for a
change. If the sugar ration won t
permit using much sugar for these
foods, try these honey recipes.
They are good for the children!
and hubby's lunch box too.
Box of Stationery and Postcards
Honey Fruit Slices
Chocolate Chip Cookies
c. dried c dried figs
prunes He. dates
U t. dried e. raisina
apricots e. honey
Let dried fruits stand in boiling
water for 6 minutes, then run
through a food chopper, using
fine knife. Add honey. Butter
hands ana shape into balls, roll a
chopped nuts or coconut, or coat
with confectioners' chocolat Nncj
may be added and other dried
I ruits like peaches and pairs used.
Honey Fruit Slices
e. shredded lb. dates,
ft c. seedless 2 c. bran
raisins t to 4 tbspa.
so. chocolaU honey
Run coconut, raisins, dates
through food chopper; add melted
chocolate, all bran and honey.
Form into roll and chill, then cut
in slices with sharp knife, and
wrap In waxed paper.
i e. shortening 1 tsp. baking
1 e. honey
2 eggs, well
3 tbsps. milk
214 e. flour
H c. nuts
mon M tsp. allspice
1 e. seedless
1 e. dates
r.DD m ihnrtaninir. add honey
and sugar, then well-beaten eggs,
milk and dry ingredients, fruit and
nuts. Drop from teaspoon onto ,
greased cookie sheet, bake at 400
degrees F. for 10 to 12 minutes.
Let stand for B minutes, then tska
from sheet, cool and pack or stor.
Chocolate Chip Cookies
He. butter or tap. Salt
1 c sifted flour
1 tap. baking
H tsp. vanilla
H e. semi-sweet
ft e. nut meats
Cream butter and honey until
light and fluffy; add egg and beat
well. Sift flour, measure and sift
twice with baking powder and
salt Add flour mixture to creamed '
mixture; then add yanllla and
blend all welL Fold in chocolaU
chips and nuta. Chill and drop by
teaspoonfuls on rreased
sheet Bake at 875 degrees F. for
12 minutes. Cool for t minute,
then taka front sheet.
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
12 Different Kinds
All of the better known and leading nationally
NO. 2 SOFT
NO. 2 Ki SOFT
NO. 3 HARD
NO. 4 EXTRA HARD
RED AND BLUE
LEADS FOR MECHANICAL PENCILS
, In Black, Red and Blue
"Stationery and Suppliet for Office, Home and Schoor
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terrific blast sots an oil dump afire behind their lines in the Krnsnodnr
sector. Guerilla squads who remained behind to make sure that the
scorched earth policy was effectively carried out, blew up the oil wells
even after Nazis had moved in. This phot is from an enemy source.
B (Central Frets)
Bombs Mark I Tazls' Desert Grave
Letters To The
VOTE FOR BOTH AMENDMENTS
To the Editor:
. " T
Aanircru in the nroDOsed Ccmstitu-
tional amendment for a new atat
board of education, I sent into near
ly 130,000 North Carolina farm
hnmoa last mppk an editorial appeal
to vote- "No" on this amendment
Nn finVArnnr J M. BrouehtOU
and the. state administration have
promised that in case this amend
ment is adopted next weeK, mey
will admit and support a further
pnnotitnHnnnl amendment fully
correcting and removing the three
dangers which I feared, under
these circumstances, I earnestly
nrira nil me ii and women to vote
ah emphatic "Yes" on this con
stitutional amendment next lues-
day and also for the one relating
to Solicitorial Districts,
Raleigh, N. C.
Editor The Mountaineer:
Your special edition on the scrap
drive was a credit to your town
and organization. It was interest
ing and indicated that a lot of
wnrir Mian done on it. You are to
be congratulated on the speed with
which you did the work, and the
ADDIE MAE COOKE, Editor
The Cherokee Scout
Four bomb, are shown sticking out from tha desert sand In North
Africa near a erow that mark, the
fee British. Th bombs wer dropped by Nasi Lunwatre raiaer
bound oa s mission of death, (Central Pre)
Man wanted for soliciting
and collecting. Good salary,
plus liberal commissions. Ex
cellent chance for. advance
Must be between 25-50 with
Call Room 10
Friday or Saturday
Joe Rose, of Chicago and Way
nesville, spent the week-end in
town. Mr. Rose has extensive
farming interests in Haywood
WANTEP TO BORBOW TNO ,
vAniii O HE HAVE
-ro seeTHe QOABteft-
PEAR NOAM - DO jei-L.' -FISH
SET THBR. JEI-LY
FROM THE OCEAN
FOR RENT One large apartment,
one small apartment. See Mrs
Lou Silverthorne, Aiken Gift
ShoD. Oct 29
Ray,s Rays Rays-Ray's-Ray's - Ray's - Bay's - Ray. - Ray-. - Rays - Ray's - Ray's -
FOR SALE 24 purebred Buff
Minorca pullets. 11 months old.
Average weight about 5 pounds
Fine layers. Must sell, leaving
W. D. NOYES, Balsam, N. C,
Oct 29. i
FOR RENT Furnished apart-
; ment four room porch and bath.
100 Pigeon street. W. T. Shel
ton.. Oct 29-Nov. 5-11-19-26
WANTED TO BUY Good used
electric refrigerator. Will pay
cash. Phone 268-W. Oct 29
FOR RENT Two five room houses
on East street. Inquire at home of
J. P. Francis. Oct. 29
FOR SALE 1939 Dodge half ton
truck with good rubber. See or
call L. C. WaddelL phone 431-W,
Hazelwood. Oct 29
WANTED TO BUY Good used
electric washer. Will pay cash.
Address Box 35. Hazelwood It
FOR SALE One slightly used
five burner oil range. See Mrs.
Joe Liner or call 2212. Oct. 29
FOR SALE Coal, wood and kind
ling. BELLE MEADE. Phone
9164. Oct 22-29-Nov. 5-12.
Let Us Help You With-
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Send Useful, Wearable Gifts...
By golly, we can't let our soldiers down on Christmas
morning by being slow in selecting and mailing their
gifts! Come in now and choose some practical, and
We have already some gifts definitely suited for' ser
vice men. Others are expected any day and it's not
too soon for you to be shopping ahead.
c. e. ravs sens
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