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' -iv k natinn-
P n nassenger car
in to the gov-
r ... of five
11 tires '
order became effec-
" .nH all idle tires
to all car owners for the
Z. f registering their five
. tires. This form is to
"SJr delivered to the local
l -mill return to the
..ni or aeii
.nlanation ol tne new mup
Sonin? plan" Miss Winme
. -.I. vrvontfv! secretary of
ud boaro, au . " -soline
b member, issued tne ioiiow.
Lament on authority of the
L Carolina OPA office:
program of periodic tire
Uion has Deen aaopieu uy w
L of nrice aaminisirauun u
witn tne recoraiireuuauum
Baruch committee. It rec
the acute need of conserva-
A 1 1 1
of all tires now on me wiiecia
jBsenger cars and trucks. The
ton e vilian ears """
it a rate eight times greater
they are being replaced. 11
nte continues, by far the
Lj number of cars will be off
rod next year and in 1944,
. 11 1 t tA- 1
biting m an d"1 complete cui-
of civilian transportation.
Elective December 1, 1942, and
ijry 31, 193, the tires on
b passenger car must be ln-
Irted by an authorized OPA in
jar. Beginning February 1,
fc every passenger car owner
be required to have his tires
Med periodically by an au-
fciied inspector of the office of
b administration, as follows :
'AH kolders of baste 4 A' or
mltage book every four
Ut, with inspections at least
syt apart . -
'Mulders of a 'Bf, 'C or sup-
mini 'D' (motorcycle') mile-
Uti every two months, with
Wtum at least 30 days apart.
Etch passenger car owner, at
toe he applies lor his mileage
. nav NOVEMBER 5, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
Bombers Raise Dust in Egypt
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
fin He Jieqiuicu
Long plumes of dust are flung Into the air by the thundering propellers
!muiT wl?,' ?,os)nhm.bf ri M thy uke off ,rora Egyptian desert
airfield. While 0. &, Bntiah and South African planet kept th. enemy
outof the sky, Allied deaert troops and tanks poured deep inside the
German lines, after blasting gaps in the barbed wire and mine fields
of the El Alamein front. (Central Press)
We pay Highest Cash
C P. KETNER, Owner
he registers the serial number of, Junaluska School
his tires), will receive a tire in-i C?.. J4-, !..
spection record. This is the 'B OlUUCIllO 1Uj
part 01 the tire record and appli
cation for basic mileage ration
form. It is to be detached and
presented to the applicant.
"The five tires on each passen
ger motor vehicle will be listed by
serial number on the record. If a
tire does not have a serial num
ber, it is to be identified by brand
"Effective November 15, all
commercial vehicles must be in
spected every 60 days or every 6,
000 miles, whichever occurs sooner.
"Effective November 15, 1942,
every commercial vehicle operator
will be required to hold a certifi
cate of war necessity from the
office of defense transportation for
each commercial vehicle he oper
ates. The tire inspection record
for such vehicles is part of this
"The owner is responsible for
the maintenance in service of his
tire equipment as long as possible.
Where the inspector indicates that
tires and tubes have failed prema
turely, the board is to satisfy itself
that the failure was not caused by
neglect or abuse.
"The local board may deny all
$342.95 In Stamps
During the month of October
the teachers of the Lake Junaluska
school sponsored a defense stamp
contest among the grade , rooms
and a total of $342.95 was realized
from the sale, which represented
an average of about $2.00 per child
in each room.
The third and fourth grades,
which are taught by Mrs. Evalee
Fullbright, won the first place
with a total of $103.50 in sales.
They will be given a party by all
the teachers of the school.
The second and third grades
won second place with a total
sale of $92.35.
Students in each room buying
the most stamps were also given
prizes of one dollar's worth of
stamps by their teachers. Those
winning in this contest included
the following : first grade, Dewey
Gaddis; second and third grades,
Linda June Messer ; third and
fourth grades, Betty Noland; fifth
grade, Edward Palmer; sixth
grade, Billy Owen.
, Students in the school who pur-
applications for tires, tubes, or ff-month were: Lyle Grasty, Bobby
capping service to persons who, in
the boards opinion, fail to estab
lish the above proof.
"The vehicle owner, at the time
of each application, must present
his tire inspection record, if for a
private passenger vehicle, or his
certificate of war necessity, if for
a commercial vehicle.
"No board may issue a certifi
cate unless the vehicle for which
tires, tubes or recapping services
are sought has been duly inspect
ed and approved by the authorized
"The local board, at the time
of each application for tires, tubes,
or recapping services, is to exam-
Guy Fullbright, Linda June Mes
ser, Dwain Crawford, Edward
Palmer, Edwin Terrell, Billy Owen,
Buster Brown, Betty Noland and
Plans are already underway for
a continuation of the drive for the
month of November.
to bring ULU GLVKY
to Every Reader of
V.'- ?-t-' v- 1
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As a reader of this paper, we are offering you
an amazing opportunity to own a glorious,
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durable cotton bunting, with individually
wed stripes. Stars stamped in fast colors
rich, blue background. This beautiful
fla8. when opened to its full majestic spread,
Measures FIVE feet long by THREE feet wide.
UR SPECIAL OFFER TO YOU
Fred Saunders Returns
From Duke Hospital
Fred Saunders, who has been ill
for several weeks is much improv
ed. Mr, Saunders has recently re
turned from Duke Hospital, where
(he received treatment. He has
ibeen confined to his bed since his
I return, but is now able to be up
and is steadily gaming his strength.
ine the applicant's tire inspection
record. Evidence of mileage in ex
cess of that permitted by the ap
plicant's mileage ration, may, in
the board's discretion, result in
the denial of his application. It
may also result in the revocation
of his mileage ration book.
"Registration of all commercial
vehicles is being handled by the
office of defense transportation.
All questions on the subject should
be directed to the district in Ashe
ville. These vehicles should be
registered before November 15 in
order that certificates of necessity
can be issued before that date.
"Finally, all car owners must
stay under 35 miles an hour."
Gasoline used in unnecessary
driving last year would have filled
1,000,000 tank cars.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUB
IRA F. MITCHELL,
ROES FREIDLOVE MITCH
ELL, Defendant. ;
The defendant, Ros Freidlove
Mitchell, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro
lina, wherein the plaintiff seeks
an absolute divorce from the de
fendant; and the said defendant will
further take notice that she is
required to appear at the office
of the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said County in the court house
in Waynesville, N. C, within thirty
days after the 18th day of Novem
ber 1942, and answer or demur to
the complaint in said action, ort
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said
This October 19th, 1942.
C. H. LEATHERWOOD,
Cierk Superior Court.
No. 1248 Oct 22-29-Nov. 5-12
Fines Creek News
By Mrs. D. N. Rathhone.
Rev. Jarvia ' Teague will preach
Sunday, November 8th, at 11 a. m.
at the Fines Creek Baptist Church.
Rey. Yoder Davis will fill his
nnkr monthfv SDDointment at
the Whit Oak Baptist Church,
November 8th at 11 a. m. unurcn
School at 10, Walter Lowe Superintendent.
Rev. S. R. Crockett, of Haselwood
pastor of the White Oak Presby
terian church, preached Sunday at
2:30 p. m.
Sikes Ledford, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Ledford, who has suffer
ed a broken hand, is slightly recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Trantham,
now holds a position at the Hay
wood County HosptaL
The October war bond drive for
the Fines Creek School are as fol
Twelfth grade . ..$
Eleventh grade . ...
Tenth grade ..
Eighth grade . ..
Seventh grade . .. .
Sixth grade . .
Fourth grade ..... .
Third grade ..
First grade ........,.,....
of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McCracken,
now holds a position in the bank at
Miss Lillian Haynes who holds a
position at Enka, spent the week
end here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harley Haynes.
We are very glad indeed to wel
come back Mr. Melton Harbin as
our Methodist pastor and Mrs. Har
bin, for the coming year. Mr. Har
bin has put forth much effort in
his work here and he waa extremely
pleased in the way which his chur
ches has responded.
Mrs. Raymond Green and small
daughter Helen have arrived from
Wilmington to spend a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V.
Miss Glee Trantham, daughter of Miss Kallie McCracken, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Ledford, of
Fines Creek, announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Mildred
Ledford, to Dewey Smith, son ofH
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. The
marriage vows were solemnized on
October 28th at Newport, Tenn.
Only a small group of friends at
tended the wedding.
Mr. Smith halds a position with
the Newport News Dry Dock and
Ship Building Co. WhiU Mr
Smith was employed in Washing
ton, D. C.
They will reside in Newport News
after a short visit here with their
parents at upper Fines Creek.
Mrs. Way Messer, the former
Miss Lucille Russell, has joined
her husband in Mobile, Ala after
spending a few days with her par
ents here, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. Noyes Long, of
Old Hickory, Tenn., announce the
birth of a daughter. Tibbie Troy
Hardin, on October 81st. Mrs.
hong is the former Miss Tibbie
Harden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Hardin, of Waynesville.
Went fishing with a pal the oth
er day. He didnt catch any
FOR YOUNG EXECUTIVES...
V i w wRY
" ' . ." .''..
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in Youthful Tones,
2950 u 3750
Superbly tailored single breasted suit with ultra
smart cluster stripe.
Handsome double breasted suit with good looking,
contrasting chalk stripe.
$6 .0 $7.50
And don't forget your Top Coat We have them in all wool at
S27c50 t. 537.50
"Quality Men's Clothes'9
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