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Nov. 19, 1942, edition 1 /
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(0ne pay Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
n9 f hristmas Tuberculosis Seal Sale
p Begin In Waynesville This Week
hristmas seals for -1942
"f&an for the local
is now organizing the
! the schools, which begin
and close on Christmas
"1 Tuberculosis Seal sale has
JSred locally for many
" tT a committee from the
" J? flub headed by Mrs. Fer-
lit year over 150 was
fetom the sale of seals.
I" knafmim seal sales
5 sup.ofe ?
laf " , ,i; Aa(Viatinn.
F1 .7r the worthy cause.
au year s - i
. u Dale Nichols, one of
r'Ws outstanding artists. It
fcS . red barn which ha. been
L. nter design oi mjr i w
-intitiM.'" The seal shows
"S bsrn and a white farmhouse
' Te background of a snowy conn,
i Lne. In the foreground is
K ij ooHntiPl nwell front
town a lu
drawn by two horses.
n urgent appeal w
v!,vear by the association as in
i i of war it is a known fact that
is always an increase in the
01 Cases Ul luui.h.u'i'"'"
i 1 a a. nlaM, In
n seals nave ucch
!.u office of Jack Messer, county
ijperintendent of education in the
toirthouse, and any school, busi
tesi firm or individual who will aid
i. the work is asked to get in
wichwith the office and take out
ib assignment for sale.
Seventy-five cents out of every
dollar's worth sold locally is kept
(or preventive work against the
nvages of this disease.
The money realized last year was
Bed locally in supplying milk for
k.Wfor the under privileged
iildren in the schools, and part of
jttat diverted to the county health
department and spent by the public
health nurses in supplies for tu
Begins At Midnight
Saturday, the 21st
(Continued from page 1)
lime local board where they reg
istered for sugar and can only
show the same establishment shown
at that time.
Institutional users when they reg-
iiter will be required to give the
mounts of coffee they had for
September and October in addi
don to the amount they had on
land at midnight, November 21.
They will also be required to give
the names and addresses of all per
sons from whom they bought roast
ed coffee during the months of Sep
tember and October and the quan
tities purchased from each.
Sugar certificate form R-306 will
ie issued institutional users for
it present. These will be chang
ed to read "coffee," where the
word "sufrar" appears.
Kelson Rockefeller (right) Coordi
nator of Inter-American Affair is
shown with Brazil's Foreign Min.
iitar, Oswaldo Aranha, at a lunch
on rien in Bio de Janeiro, by
Aranha. Bockefaller came to Bra
HI at the invitation of President
fieiulla Vargas of Brazil.
Man Bound Over
To Court On Hit-And-Run
Worley Buchanan, of Yancey
county, charged with careless driv
ing, waived evidence to the Superior
court which convenes here on Mon
day, the 30th.
Worley is alleged to have knock
ed down Miss Catherine Grasty,
who was waiting to board a bus at
the intersection of the Asheville
highway and the road eading into
the Seay cabins between Waynes
ville and Lake Junaluska.
The accident occurred around 5
o'clock Saturday morning. Wor
ley is alleged to have knocked
down the girl and continued on his
way without stopping.
Hobert Grasty had walked down
to the highway with his daughter,
who was en route to Canton, where
she is employed by the Champion
Paper and Fibre Company.
Shortly after she was knocked
down he stopped a passing station
wagon and brought her to the
HayWood County Hospital where
she was given treatment for her
injuries, which included cuts and
lacerations, She remained at the
hospital until Monday morning.
In the meantime Mr. Grasty is
said to have notified the Waynes
ville police department. Hub Ruff
Called the Jackson county sheriff
and gave him a description of the
man who was driving a 1939
When he was arrested Buchanan
claimed that he did not know that
he had knocked anyone down.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trammell
and young daughter Sue Fisher
Trammell, have returned to their
home in Greenville, S. C, after a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Fisher and Miss Debrayda Fisher.
-You Will Find At RAY'S-
(We believe and think)
The largest showing of trousers for men and boys
and some for women to be found in Western
All Kinds Every Kind
And we invite the opportunity of meeting your
needs - whether it be for work dress
or sport pants.
Look To Us For
worsteds tweeds serges oxfords
' denims moleskins kahki duck
1 coverts genuine army twills
' many others
Gabardines - Corduroys - Duxbaks
C. E. KAVJS SONS
Let Us Show Yon r .. r
Hold Annual Meet
(Continued from page I) '
In the afternoon Miss Pauline E.
Gordon, extension specialist in
home management and home furn
ishings, spoke on "Women's Part
in the War Effort." j
Miss Gordon stressed the part
women must, play and how they
must plan ahead to meet the emer- i
: i m n: . I
gencies, uuu lor uiuraaie victory.
She urged the necessity of home
records, otherwise planning for the
future could not be effective.
A number of interesting exhibits
of home crafts and arts and can
ning were on display, entered by
clubs and individuals. The Fines
Creek club was the winner of the
first prize of $2.00 for best exhibit,
donated by a friend. The Francis
Cove club came out as winner of
the second prize of a 2 pound box
of candy donated by Smith's Drug
Store. The Bethel club was the
winner of third prize, (1.00 also
donated by a friend.
For the first prize for individual
exhibits Mrs, Claude Francis came
out the winner. It was a blanket
presented by C. E. Ray's Sons de
Second place was won by three
members as follows: Mrs. John
MdClure the pair of hose donated
by the Togpery. Mrs. Robert
Wood, the pillow cases given by
Massie's Department Store; Mrs.
Edward Glavich, the magazine rack
donated by Boyd Furniture Com
The achievement award of a
beautifuly bound scrap bonk pre
sented by Miss Mary Margaret
Smith, county home agent, was
won by the Beaverdam club. This
award is based on points of achieve
ment made during the past year.
The Bethel club with a score of
93' was 'a close runner up of the
Beaverdam club, which made 93.9.
Mrs, Cora Welch was the winner
of the prize of a blown glass bowl
in. 'burgundy, donated by a friend
for the most unsual and distinc
tive exhibit by an individual. Her
entry was a hand woven coverlet
of blue and white in an old pattern.
Mrs. Henry Francis won the
canning prize, of three pieces of
Her exhibit consisted of three glass
es of jelly. The prize was present
ed by Miss Black, of the TV A.
Downed 8 Jap Planes
November Term Of
Criminal Court Is
Postponed To 30th
(Continued from page 1)
rinonti WnvnpBVille! J H. TMtn-
-w-u.., j , -
darmer, Beaverdam; Zack Brown,
Clyde; W. H. Sellers, East Fork;
Elmer Keener, Beaverdam; G. W.
w. T- 1 . A
roung, jpeaveraam; Aaron vuai
Alton is. Henson, Eiast rorK;
RifViarH Tntnnri Wavnesviller David
J. Boyd, Ivy Hill; Girt Smathers,
Beaverdam; James McElroy, Way
noovillo. Tmrndr n flhamhpra.
Clye; H. V," Plott, Waynesville;
uugn drowning, waynesvine; Leo
nard G. Dotson, Crabtree; Lee
Sharp, East Fork; D. F. Davis,
t - -
New Senate Chaplain
f -H it
During three weeks of operations
in the Solomon Islands, Donald E.
Bunyon. 29. nhot down eight Jap
planes. Working with his carrier
based squadron, he downed two
Zeros, five dive bombers and a twin
engined torpedo bomber using m
minimum of ammunition. Run
yon's mates attribute his success
to "smooth piloting and accurate
Broken By Heavy
Mails At Post Office
- (Continued from page 1) .
power all along the line.
In the local post otiice two of
the former experienced clerks have
been inducted into the service, and
yet tiie local post otiice is having
the greatest amount of work to do
in tne history of the office.
In 1941 about 21,950 mail cars
were required between December
12 and 24, according to the post
master general to deliver Christ
mas mails in the United States,
enough cars to make a train 270
miles long. This year, the extra
cars needed to move holiday mails
are largely being used by the
armed services and a severe short
age is in prospect.
Railroads are cooperating by
converting hundreds of steel box
cars and similar equipment for
mail transportation and all un
necessary travel is being curtailed
to the limit during the holiday
Even all these measures cannot
assure deliveries of gifts on time
unless the public cooperates by
mailing early ; and thus spreading
the transportation load over a
longer period than usual, it was
pointed out by Col. Howell,
The importance of keeping mil
lions of pieces of mail , moving
every day to and from the soldiers,
sailors and marines throughout the
world is being stressed by the offi
cials. This extraordinary job must
be kept current, even while the
holiday rush of mailing is handled.
The postal establishments
throughout the country are operat-
ing this year witn many inousanus
of willing, but inexperienced per
sonnel, employed to take the place
of men now in the service. The
new employes naturally cannot
handle the holiday mail jam with
the smoothness and speed of the
postal veterans whom they replace.
In view of all these handicaps,
the post office officials are urging
patrons to mail early to insure
that their friends will not be dis
appointed at Christmas.
TIME L Y
Miss America 1942
Question: What ia the major
cause of death among the none and
Answer: A majority of deaths
among workstock can be attributed
to improper feeding, poor manage
ment, and internal parasites. If
the 95 percent of the horses and
mules in North Carolina infested
with parasites were given medi
cinal treatment, good feeding and
care would put them in condition
for maximum efficiency.
Question: Does the same sche
dule of curing apply to a 400-
pound hog as for a 250-pound one T
Answer; E. V. Vestal, animal
husbandry Extension specialist,
says the same rate of curing of
2 days per pound per piece will
apply for the 400-pound hog ex
cept for hams and shoulders weigh
ing over 30 pounds. These should
be cured for six weeks. After cur
ing, the mixture should be washed
off the meat. Then the meat should
be hung up and smoked to taste
with hickory chips or hardwood.
Finally, it should be wrapperd in
heavy brown paper and sacked for
Question: What are prospects
for eggs in the year ahead T
Answer: A new record in egg
production is expected to be set
next year. - Since feed and egg
prices seem likely to Continue fav
orable to feeding layers, experts
blieve there will be 6 to 8 percent
more layers on farms the first of
1948 than a year earlier. Despite
the record egg production, it is
believed that egg prices will be
even higher next year than In
The money spent for every hour
of Nazi occupation to France would
( mnnnrt Kflft French families of 8
people for a year.
Dr. Frederick Brown Harris, pastes
of the Foundry Methodist Churcl
f Washington, D. C- was appointed
rn..r,i.l- af tha United StatM
BgnitT He succeeds the late Da
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Have you always wanted to be
come a Beautician? Here's your
chance to realize your ambition.
2 Scholarships Each Week
Beginning November 23, 1942,
and ending January 2, 1943, we
will award 2 FREE Scholarships
each week for the best ending to
the sentence beginning: "I choose
Beauty, Culture as my profession
1. And woman or eirl 16-60 is
qualified for this contest unless
she is already a Beautician or a
student in a recognized school.
2. You can send an entry every
3. End the sentence with not
more than 20 words.
4. Entries must be in by No
vember 28th, December 6th, De
cember 12th. December 19th. De
cember 26th, or Januar 2nd.
5. Scholarships are not trans
ferable, but must be used by the
person submitting the entry.
fi. All winners must enroll not
later than January 11th, 1943.
7. Winners "will be notified by
8. Print your name and address
at the end of your entry.
Get Busy 1 1
Mail your entry now and maybe
youH be one of the lucfty winners.
For further information write
and we'll gladly explain more fully.
Of Beauty Culture
"The South' Leading Beauty
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, alti-iviin-inwi iininiiiir
Judges at the Atlantic City, N. J.,
beauty pageant chose Jo-Carroll
Dennison, "Miss Texas," as Miss
America of 1942. She comes from
Tyler, Texas, is 18 years old, 6 ft
5 in. tall, and weighs 118 pounds.
She is shown standing beside the
trophy she was awarded for win
ning first place in the contest.
Miss Eugenia Martin, who Is at
tending Brevard College, spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. R. Martin.
To keep fats in good condition
you have to store them well. Put
them in clean containers with tight
fitting covers and store in a cool,
dark place. Check up once in
awhile to make sure they're not
rancid. And be sure not to poor
new fat in with rancid fat
Some fats have to be rendered
and by that we mean melted down.
To render any raw fat such as
suet and fats from poultry, pork,
and lamb, you heat it until it
melts. This separates the fat from
the connective tissue. Poultry fat
is naturally soft so you dont have
to cut it before rendering, but
other fats melt quicker if you
either grind or cut them into small
You can rqnder a small amount
of fat in a double boiler over hot
water. Cover it and stir occa
sionally. As soon as the fat is
melted strain it into a container
that has a tight cover. When the
fat is cold, store it
Kor (rut Mint on children' clothe,
spread tuun with butter and lay in thf
tan, or amtar with moUatet and U
wuh aa uiuaL ..
Get Your Sewing Machines
Repaired At Once...
indications are that no repair man will be avail
able after the 15th of next month. If you need
repair work done see us at once.
Singer Sewing Machine
PHONE 343-J CHURCH TREET
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
A LARGE STOCK OP
Number One Size Number Three Size
(1 3-8 inches long) (1 inch long)
100 In A Package
Large Paper Clamps, Brads, Round Head Fasteners
In several sizes, and V-Shape Clips
Several Sizes Of Nickel Large Assortment Of
Plated Blue Steel
THUMB TACKS . PAPER CLAMPS
"Stmttonery and Supplies for Office, Home and School"
-We Invite You To Depend On-
-And All Blue Denim Garments-
-Featuring A N V I L-
And other popular standard brands .We
expect to stay in position to give you the best the
market affords. Just now it's a good time
-To Buy Jumper Jackets-
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