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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19 ,
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Acts Favorably On
' Twelve persons and firms receiv
ed favorable action on their appli
cants to the local rationing board
daring the week, it has been an
nounced by the clery of the board,
Miss Winnie Kirkpatrick.
In the group were the following:
H. Vaughn Palmer, of Waynesville,
route 2, transportation of defense
workers, 2 truck recaps; Fred
Moody, of Waynesville, logging op
erations, 1 truck tire; Arvil Cald
well, of Waynesville, logging ope
rations, 1 truck recap.
Southern Bell Telephone, of Way
nesville, telephone maintenance
service, 2 truck recaps; Paul Young,
of Waynesville, taxi service, 2 pas
senger recaps; Scott Reeves, of
Waynesville, taxi service, 1 pas
senger recap; Ernest Truitt, of
Hazelwood, defense worker, 4 pas
W. P. Gentry, of Hazelwood,
hauling farm produce, 2 passenger
recaps; M. H. Kirkpatrick, of Clyde,
route 1, hauling farm produce, 2
passenger recaps; Howard Truitt,
of Hazelwood, hauling farm pro
duce, 2 passenger recaps; Town of
Waynesville, water department
maintenance, 1 truck tire; Grace
Lumber Company, Lake Junaluska,
logging and lumbering operation,
2 truck tires.
(As Recorded to Monday Noon
Of This Wek)
Genie Clark to Kitty McCracken.
Fred Winfield, et ux to C. V.
Reynolds, et ux.
Cenie Clark to Lula Kirkpatrick.
Fred J. Miller, et ux to Earl
Henson, et ux.
II. C. Reno, et ux to W. F. Ilipps,
: Annie Fincher to Harry Hogan,
et ux. ..
C. V. Reynolds, et ux to Turner
Smathers, et ux.
Fines Creek Township
C. T. Noland, et ux, et al to W.
E, Green, et ux.
Jonathan Creek Township
J. T. Howell, et ux to Albert
Maggie K. Long to J.' A. Walls.
Howell W. Crawford, et ux to
David F. Underwood, Jr., et ux.
J. R. Morgan, et ux to Jarvis
McDonald, et ux.
J. R. Morgan, et ux to Fannie
Moses Osborne; et ux to Vallia
Louise M. Black to Brown Mes-
We will buy all your
excess clothes hangers,
that are in good condi
tion, at the market
When you send in dry
cleaning be sure to send
along a hanger.
The Crabtree School rated high
in the percentage of scrap collect
ed for the war effort. It was an
"all-out effort" of the school.
Mr. and Mrs. Verlon Dills spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. S
Miss Ruth Sutton has returned
from a visit with relatives in New
Miss Cornelia Medford spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Medford. She is
employed at the Dayton Rubber
Sunday, November 8, was Mis
sion Da.y at the Rock Springs Bap
tist Church. A missionary from
China was the guest speaker. After
services a picnic supper was serv
ed by the members.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ferguson spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willie
The Home Demonstration Club
will meet with Mrs. Kate Sanford
Tuesday, November 17. It will be
an all-day meeting.
Mrs. Grace Giles and children,
Glenn, Opal, and Crawford, Jr., of
Newport News, are visiting Mrs.
Gills' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Rev. Howard Mann filled his
regular appointment at James
Chapel, November 15, with a large
Miss Eva Lilly Best is now in
Baltimore, 51 d.
A special Prayer meeting will
be held at Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Liner's Friday night.
A baptising will be held at James
Chapel Sunday, November 22.
State College Hints
By Ruth Current, State Home
Demonstration Agent N. C.
Meats are becoming scarce, as
anv: housewife who shoes at the
market and grocery stores will tes
tily, and that is as it snould be.
But tough meat is a good starter
Stews go well in cold weather.
Even the toughest and cheapest
meat is good for a stew. "
When the amount of meat is
limited, be more liberal with the
For a good stew, brown the meat
in a little fat before you add water.
Remember not to add your vege
tables until the meat is almost
Extend the meat flavor in a stew
by using dumplings or serving it
as a shortcake between rounds of
biscuits or on a platter with a
border of mashed potatoes or fluf
Ground beef seasoned and broil
ed on toast catches every droj of
the flavorful juices, making a good
A rich meat and vegetable soup
is almost a meal in itself. Start
the pot boiling with a beef or ham
bone, or bones trimmed out of the
roast, and later add vegetables.
Sour cream poured over the meat
balls and allowed to simmer slowly
for a few minutes sends a delicious
tart flavor into the very center of
each plump meat ball and even
tually cooks down into a thick
sauce, just right for serving as
More than 552,000,000 pounds of
foodstuffs and other farm commo
dities were delivered for shipment
to the allied nations during Septem
ber, 40 percent larger than the pre
White Oak Township
J. M. Hunter, et nx to Joe Teague.
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
12 Dif ferent Kinds
All of the better known and leading nationally
. advertised brands.
NO. 2 SOFT
NO. 2ft SOFT
NO. 3 HARD
NO. 4 EXTRA HARD
' SOLID RED
RED AND BLUE
LEADS FOR MECHANICAL PENCBLS
In Black, Red and Blut
Stationery and Suppliet for Offi, Homt and SckooV
Insignia for New High School Victory Corps.
M. FUd H"
HIGH-SCHOOL VICTORY CORPS INSIGNIA
Paul V. McNutt. chairman of the War Manpower Commission, announced plans to recruit the nation's
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ni boil will take part in military drills. Shown are the six insignia to be used by the corps. Enrollment
will bo voluntary. (Central Frtu)
National Book Week from No
vember 16, through 21st is being
observed at the War Information
center of the Waynesville Public
Library with the theme "Forward
The feature display Is- built ar
ound nosters bearing statements
I by. President Roosevelt, "Books ean
not be killed by fire," and .timer
Davis, director of war information,
"Rarbarian Menaces American Ci
vilization, Culture and Booke."
Books and pamphlets have been
srouDed on a varietw of subjects
which should be interesting at this
stage in the national and interna
Suggested books for reading dur
ing the week are: "The Comman
dos," Arnold; "No Surrender," Al
brand; "Assignment to Brittany,"
Maclnnes; "See Here, Private Har
grove," Hargrove: and "Captured,"
by Myers. ,
Durinir the past week, the Na
tion's 1 .500.00ft 4-H Club members
checked on their contributions to
the war effort and made nlans for
even greater service in 1943.
O. L. Yatpe T- m '
O. L. Yates left
Washington, D. C
hum tr.n. . .' wsre he
for an indefinitP M
Mr. Yates. n-i, v. .
nected with the South.!!
at Lake Junaluska for Z H
has been in ?me W
Southern Railway for T 1
Mrs. Yates, whn t,..i. .
COUntv Rphnnla j ! "
daughter will remain at M
in t.ho fminfir 11 urn
A Crime That ChaUengJ
America's Best Sleuths
. "The Clue of the Hand of G1,
.w.v...6 a ion,uus murder 4
which was centuries i the nJ
fun ir miss mis true story m
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