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'jgtRSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
ah tinlor th Sfr-
nty r m" left here
7 ffter 8 o'clock on Sunday
l3ortly fAP Camo Croft,
nlLy were given physical
,iere.tioL. All those in the
,D returned to this area.
" -.rented for aetive duty
F . " week's furlough.
. nf the KruuF iu -"
.VH leave included five men
P Inferred to other sections
k1? :.u ti. draftees from
,dJeLnated areas as follows:
15"",....,,,. Pnttihnne. trans-
k,l 10 XT
Lrthington to Souu.
PI ' T .
rwar Lawrence (Janunp 10 io
psfa . T...) . rwiie Elmer Par-
r"!.', ''vr t TWk Weaver
vk to Camden", N. J- Two of the
InlMvinir here had been trans
, iViM r,thfr boards as fol-
. niilitnl Cook from Vineland,
I. j an, KnDert roweii nraa
l-Miforal Gfbles, ria. iwo men
.Jed to report on aunuay iiium-
fjiwun! Hyatt was made leader
(tie pmun and assistant lead
",WPro Vitas Fennison, Jule No
ad ar. 1 Hick Moody.
Ortot draftees' were: Charlie
Kmes Fie. Garrett Pender riowen,
,mw R-ihen Jordan, jerry
Lodrnw Vcnffev. Terry Potts
!ibetl. 'Foyd Russell Hannah,
vm James Setter, James Wil
w, jamp, Hardin Leon Yount,
(niirpiv JacK'on Menp, inaries
W Lontr. William Paul Moody,
Li Ray Phi' 'iris.. '.'-,-
Volson Tarks. Ed?ar Glenn
e, Branton Guy King, Fred
kebb, Walker Lee Chambers,
wv McCoy, Ueorge rurman
Lhaffev. Lucius Boone Franklin,
M McLean Head, Bruce Wu-
ms. Sam Beck, Arthur Pless
mmr, James Ervin Henson, Carl
Bwley, John Roberts Stephens.
timer Presslev. Venson Rowe
'turn. Pinknev Hamnton. Henry
Ifes Wyatt, Robert Lee Green,
,'ile Welch Noland, Joe Albert
Wee. James Lloyd Shelton. Colum
ns Hannah, Charlie Randolph
lesser, David Bramlett Stone,
Ernest Harley Duvall, " Clyde
Tlomas Mills. - ' "
James Earle Massie, Thomas
Limie Case, Walter Barnday
Crawford. Harold Jackson Bow
man, Ernest Marse Miller, John R.
Men, Garland Gunter, William
Arthur Dills, Bert Finney;-'- John
Henry Parker, Bumette Devoe
Crawford, Walter Wise Willett,
Jr., Sherrill Lee Teague.
Isaac Richard Messer. Kav Wil
ski, Clayton Messer, Roy James
m-ne, N'orman Owens, Edgar
Talker Norris, Silas Geter Mc
Erath, Lamvern Allen. D. C.
5avii ' Medford Clark. William
!Ve Cochran. John Edgar Norman,
Parley .Mull,' Cor del I John' Con-
Tl and Edward Williams. v
Sucar cane from T.nnisinno bq
twn called upon to take the place
corn irom war-encircled Spam
an insulating material to help
protect the nation's perishable
Generals After Desert Breakfast
General Kilter von Thoma (left), 2nd in command to Marshal Rommel
Ik l1C ' u 8,hotwn Wlth British Lieut- Gen- Bernard Montgomery after
they had had breakfast at the British chief's desert headquarters,
tw a'- Wl? was caPtured t the sUrt of the Allied drive, admitted
u u 8ltuatl0I the desert was critical. On the oilcloth cover
Zi bTtf&s table- they mad "ketches and fought over past battles
between their forces. This is a radiophoto from Cairo to New York.
Mr. Watkins Urges Mrs. Robt. Osborne
In Florida Hospital
Mrs. Robt. Osborne, has accept
Motorists To Fill
Out New Forms
In order to retain their richf in
use mileage ratmn books already I , ;! in th fir n
issued them, pnsaengcr car nd jral nospjtai a 200 bed institution
motorcycle owners in the Wavnes- :.. ..i . ', . . ,u:.
ville area must file with their local sh' ,;I .a a ,umK' nf
War Price and Rationing board the : the teaching sUff.
new application form and tire in- , . . ,
spection record, it has been an-! Ml'8- Osborne who is the daught-
nounced by M. D. Watkins, chair- ;er. 01 Ulf la e "r- .J: A6' P1"0-
. nuneiiL lucui pnMi.iiiu, is. a gm-
, . , ... Uluate of the local high school, Ham
November 22 is the deadline, as , r. .1 1 ... . ,
pointed out by .Mr.. Watkins. The lan, of the Johns Hopkins School
forms, which are being used in j (lf vrsin Rltl u... r-(,ntv heen
UkJICl srLiiuun ui Liie i.t'uiui aa oil
Local Draft Board
Meet In Asheville
Members of the local draft board,
including Dr. Tom Strinjrfield,
chairman, G. C. Ferguson, T. L.
Green, and Miss Debrayda Fisher.
clerk of the board, attended a dis
trict meeting in Asheville on last
Major Chas. R. Jones, of : the
state department, was the main
speaker. The purpose of the meet
ing was to discuss the points on
which farm workers are to be de
ferred from active service in the
Major Jones placed in the defer
ment groups those men now en
gaged in raising livestock and
poultry and those operating dairy
farms. He stated that the board
would receive in the near future
definite instructions as to place
ment of those groups from the ag
ricultural department in Washing
ton. The board wn lswi rintifioJ t
the meeting that they must pre
pare lor even larger order calls
during the coming year than they
had received during the past year.
They learned that in all probability
rnarriea men witn cnudren would
be called into active service by
You can't fic-ht
monev nnrl fhi ia iV,a i
... . jMj war:
buy bonds regularly.
aDDlication for a basic A ration.
are now available at nearby service
stations, garages na other conven-
ently located places.
Mr Watkins urges autoists and
motorcyclists to pick up copies at
once and mail them to tne war
Price and Rationing board as soon
as filled out.
All vaseline stamns must be
signed on front of the stamp by
the holders, when presented to fill
ing operators, it was brought out
by Mr. Watkins.
"Local car and motorcycle own
ers mill continue to use the cou
pon books already in their posses
sion," said the chairman, "Dut tney
need to turn in the new forms any
how, in order to give us a record
of the tire serial numbers and to
get for themselves a tire inspection
record to be used for the periodic
"Those who fail to turn in one
of the new forms will be subject to
o .nil fmm the board after Nov.
22, to explain why he hasn't done
so, and he may have his ration dook
revoked," continued the chairman.
Tha fnrm is simnle and most of
the information can be obtained
from the vehicle registration card.
The most important information
aa fill nut- t.tie ann icaiion,
however, is the list of serial num
bers, on every tire, which you or
any 'relative living in your house
own for that vehicle, explained Mr.
The fighting Americans in the
Solomons know no eight-hour day
and they are guaranteed no profits.
nursing on private cases
Mrs. Osborne will he accompan
ied by her young daughter, Mary
Osborne and Mrs. J. F. Abel, who
will snend the Winter in Orlando.
Miss Anne Osborne, Mrs. Osborne's
oldest daughter, is in Florda, where
she is a student at the Women's
College at Tallahassee. ''
1 uuaccu Aji u nuc.
U (Ml The Grass Is Greener
Averaged Last Year - - $30-85
Johnson City - 29.98
Greeneville ------- - 29.62
Boone -------- 26.94
The Above Are Official Government Figures
Sell Your Tobacco This Year With
And Save the Difference ...
MORE FOR YOUR TOBACCO . .
SHORTER HAULS, SAVING GAS AND TIRES . . .
QUICKEST AND BEST SALES . .
Asheville, N. C.
AsheviDe's Biggest and Best
JAMES E. WALKER, Jit, Manager
FIRST SALE OPENING DAY.-
NOTICE OF RE-SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
HAYWOOD COUNTY and
TOWN OF WAYNESVILLE
- Vs. -
pauline Mccracken plott,
VT V1R. FT AL.
Under and by virtue of an Order
of Resale made and entered in the
above entitled cause in the Super
ior Court of Haywood County, the
undersigned Commissioners will, on
Monday, November 23, 1942, at
eleven o'clock, A. M at the court
house door in Wavnesville, N. C,
offer for sale at public auction to
the highest bidder tor casn, suojeci
to conformation by the Court, the
following described property lo
cated in the town of Waynesville,
TIavwood County. N. C, to-wit:
FIRST TRACT: In the town oi
Waynesville, and the new plat
thereof, and known as lot No. 119
in said plat made by Capt. Ram
soiir; RKGINNING at the South E.
corner of the Hilliard lot on Main
Sfropt. nnd runs North With Hu
liard's line thirteen poles and five
links to a stake: thence South
eighty-six East six poles and ten
links to a stake; thence Soutn two
dporees East twelve poles and
twelve links to a stake on Main
Street; thence to the BEGINNING
srrnNn trAT.T; Lvine and be-
Jnr in the town of Waynesville and
being lots Nos. 1 and 2 of the plat
and subdivision of what is known
oa fha "TemDle Lot" as made and
sub-divided bv J. W. Seaver, C. E
August, 1920, and which said map
is duly of record in tne omce oi
the Register of Deeds of Haywood
County in Map Book ' IS page - -an.)
whirh said lots therein con
veved are more particularly des-
!rihpd as follows: to-wit: uti-
nivKlMfi at a stake m the mar
gin of Main Street, corner to lot
No. 3, and running thence w.
ik' f K4 feet to a stake, corner to
the McCracken home lot; thence
running N. 4 45' W. with the line
of the McCracken Jot 203 feet to a
atke. near corner of lot No. 30;
thence S. 84' IB' W. 48 leet to
o stniro. near corner of lot No. 29:
thence running with the line of lot
xt an s ! 4S' E. 202 feet to a
stake in the margin of Main Street,
the BEGINNING corner.
The high bidder at this sale will
i deDosit five Der cent
of his bid, balance payable upon
confirmation by the court.
This November 6th, 1942.
J. R. MORGAN,
A. T. WARD,
No. 1253 Nov. 12-19.
HOW TO SERVE 'VICTORY
ThU vear's Thanksgiving Din
ner should be in keeping with the
tim. How to prepare a "Victory
Meal" will be explained by the
Housewife's Food Almanack, spe
cial feature which appears in the
November 22nd issue of
The American Weekly
The Big Magazine Distributed
On Sale At AU Newsstand
Africa Naval Boss
It was officially announced by the
War Department that Rear Adm.
Henry K. Hewitt Is commander of
the American naval forces partici
pating in the action against Algiera
and Morocco. Hewitt served as in
spector of ordnance in charge of tha
Naval Ammunition Depot at Puget
Sound and commanded the 10,000
ton cruiser Indianapolis.
Street car traffic in Port of Spain,
Trinidad, hns practically doubled
as a result of the boom in the last
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
STEEL FILES - BOXES -CABINETS
Sizes range from a file that holds 300 cards to 1,800
cards, from 3- by 5-inch cards to 5 by 8 inches. Ia
both single and double units. Heavy steel construction.
NO MORE FOR THE DURATION
A complete stock of
Index Files for all
sizes up to legal
We have letter and legal size Folders in two weights
also Tab Indexes
"Stationery and Supplies for Office, Home and School"
nn n im im n m i
UV U UU UU & Lq
V Ji ll till II V-m Xui
6 Small or
3 Tall for
Heinz No. 17'2 Can Oven
BAKED BEANS 15c
(Vegetarian) ' '
GET YOURS HERE
Grapefruit 6 25
Kraft Dinner 3 25
Libby's No. 1 Can Medium White V
Kraft . ''r-;::.-f-.
Oats - - 21
Specials In Our
GRADE "A" MARKET
Dressed Turkeys and Chickens, also on foot.
Fresh Oysters, choice cuts of Native and Western
Fresh Meats, and a large assortment of Cured
Meats and delicious Cold Cuts. Get your supply
here AND SAVE!
See Us For
Fruit Cake fiateriai
ALSO NEW CROP OF NUTS
The Food Store Has Available A Complete Line
of the Famous
O & C FROSTED
BETTER VALUES THAN EVER
Heinz 14-Ounce Size Date and Fig
No. 2z Can
irMJ'MFKftN - - 11
a. - j j
PALM0LIVE SOAP 3 cakes 200
OCTAGON TOILE T SOAP - - - 50
Honeysuckle Soap - - 3 cakes 100
Octagon Laundry Soap - 4 for 190
OCTAGON POWDER - - - - 50
LARGE SUPER SUDS - - -230
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