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TOE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victor,
Draw Jury For
The Haywood county board of
commissioners drew the jury for
the January term of Superior
court at the regular meeting here
on Monday. Judge H. Hoyle Sink,
of Greensboro, is scheduled to pre
side over the term.
Members of the jury drawn for
the first week were: George Pal
mer, of Waynesville; C. Matney
Smathers, of Pigeon; D. V. Fran
cis, of Waynesville; J. S. Howell,
of East Fork; Dewey Ross, of
Waynesville; Charles Messer, of
Fines Creek; Thurman Haynes, of
Clyde; Joe Wright, of Waynesville;
Harley McElroy, of Jonathan
J. F. Paxton, of Beaverdam;
Earl Cagle, of Waynesville; Rob
ert Snvder. of Clyde: Will I.
Bradshaw, of Crabtree; Walter
Ketner, of Ivy Hill; Jess Mooney,
of Fines Creek; Harry S. Crumley,
of Beaverdam; J. Wales Trull, of
East Fork; Lee Noiand, of Iron
Duff ; Vess Reece, of Cecil ; 0. P.
Jenkins, of White Oak; P. L. Med
ford, of Beaverdam; W. E. Shef
field, of Beaverdam; B. W. Terrell,
of Pigeon, and E. H. Pless, of
Drawn for the second week
were: Frank Swanger, of Waynes
ville; J. E. Childs, of Beaverdam;
J. L. Swafford, of Beaverdam; V.
S. Reno, of Beaverdam; Frank
Stamey, of Clyde; Raymond Sto
vall, of Waynesville; Lawrence
Price, of Fines Creek; Walter W.
West, of Pigeon; J. T. Cathey, of
Beaverdam; Hobert Hoglan, of
White Oak; Howard H. Smathers,
V. 0. Sizemore, of Waynesville;
Harley L, .Rathbone, of Fines
Creek; Crews Moody, of Ivy Hill;
C. L. Leatherwood, of Jonathan
Creek, and G. 0. Hogan, of Iron
Six Sisters See Their First Brother
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The six daughters
of William J Galvin, Boston'. Commissioner of MarkeU, press six pert noses against
th. glass partition of the nursery at St Elizabeth's "ospuai w vi ; " 7-
making Ms public debut in Uie arms oi r. scnmnK, ui. (Central Pre)
Bits Of Humor
Doctor to stenographer : "I
would suggest that you do not
write letters to your boy friend
during office hours. Doctor Jones
said that he had received a letter
stating that his patient had a
chest full of love and kisses in
stead of pleurisy and effusion."
"How's the weather?"
"Roasting!" cries the turkey;
"Chili 1" says the sauce;
"Freezing!" moans the ice cream;
"Mild!" calls the cheese across;
"Frosting!" the cake declares it;
"Clear!" vows the jelly bright;
"Pouring!" the coffee gurgles.
Now which do you think it rightT
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Physics Prof, (making assign
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ning and go to thunder."
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The pastor's sermon had been un
usually long. At its conclusion he
announced that there would be a
meeting of the board after the
service. When the group got to
gether, there was a stranger
Thinking that there had been a
mistake, the pastor explained
again that it was a board meet
ing. The stranger nodded.
"I know," he said. "And if there
was anyone more bored than I was,
I'd like to meet him now."
youths for promotion. Stepping
up to one bright young man he
asked, "What must an officer be
before he can have a full naval
Young Man: "Dead, sir."
"George said that if I refused
him he would never propose to an
"That's right. I believe you
were last on his list."
Judge: "You say you have
known the defendant all you life.
Tell the jury whether you think
he would be guilty of stealing this
Witness : "How much was it?"
Witness: "I'm not guilty
wife can prove a lullaby."
Judge: "Alibi, you mean."
Witness: "Begging your pardon,
it was a lullaby; at 2 o'clock on
the morning in question I was
walking the floor with the baby."
Successful Farmer: "Suppose I
should suddenly be taken away,
what would become of you?"
Son: "Oh, I would just be here.
The question is, what would become
The favorite aunt was expected,
but a telegram came, stating
"Missed train. Starting same time
The family took the matter com
placently. But Joan read the tele
gram over and then burst out
laughing. When the rest looked
at her she said, "If she starts at
the same time tomorrow, shell
miss the train again."
Salesman: "Is your mother home,
Boy sitting on step: "Yes, sir."
Salesman (after knocking sev
eral times) : "I thought you said
she was at home?"
Boy: "She is, we don't live here."
"They met on the assembly line.
It was love at first bomb sight."
was a very hot and sultry
May I see the thinnest thing
you have in a dress?" the customer
"Very sorry, madam," replied
the new clerk, "but she's out at
"Is my son getting well grounded
"I would put it even stronger
than that," replied the teacher. "I
may say that he is actually strand
ed on them."
A small boy attended his young
cousins wedding-rthe first he had
ever witnessed and was much im
pressed with the ceremony. Later
in the day his father heard him
solemnly intoning: "Ellen, do you
take this man for your awful wed
The captain was examining
e.Pfi " Pencil
A bishop was invited to dinner,
During the meal he was astonished
to hear the little daughter of the
house state that a person must
be brave these days to go to church.
"Why do you say that?" said
"Oh," said the little child, "1
heard papa telling mama that last
Sunday there was a pig gun m
the pulpit; the canon was on the
reading desk; the choir murdered
the anthem; and the organist
drowned the choir."
TIM E L Y
To Get Medal
For Scrap Work
Pressley Brothers; of Canton,
dealers in junk, shipped 373 tons
during November and for this rec
ord, will be awarded a special
medal on the 18th by the War Po-
Mr. Pressley said that 17 cars
were shipped, and that at least
four more cars would have rolled
out had they been available.
It was estimated yesterday that
approximatey a million pounds re
main on the Canton yard, and is
being shipped as rapidly as possi
The firm expects to begin cut
ting the oil tanks from the Stand-
ful. Another method is to wrap
the meat in paper and muslin and
hang in the smoke house.
Question: What substitute for
steamed bonemeal may be used in
Answer:' Thoroughly steamed
bone meal is not always available
for use in making mineral mix
tures for hogs, says Ellis V, Vestal,
animal husbandry extension spe
cialist of N. C. State College.
When it is not available, he says,
a mixture of 10 pounds of ground
limestone and two pounds of Bait
may be used. If it is available, use
10 pounds of ground limestone, 10
pounds of steamed bonemeal, and
five rounds of salt. Minerals should
be placed where the hogs can have
free access to it, but should be Kept
Question : Why do dairy cows
sometime eat dirt, and chew wood
Answer: This, says John A.
Arey, extension dairy specialist of
State College, usually is a sign
that the dairy ration of the cow is
deficient in mineral matter, in
such cases the ration should be ex
amined to determine if it contains
feeds which are high in minerals
desired. If not, they should be add
ed. It will do no harm to allow
the cows and young cattle free
access to a simple mineral mix
ture composed of one part salt and
four parts steamed bone meal.
Question : How can cattle grubs,
commonly called "warbles" or
"wolves", be controlled in the live
Answer: J. Myron Maxwell, ex
tension entomologist of State Col
lege, says that these pests are
the young stage of the heel fly.
They usually appear on the backs
of cattle about this time of the
year and cause considerable irri
tation by cutting holes in the hide.
If grubs are present, Maxwell
recommends the treatment of cat
tle with a powder made by mixing
one part 5 per cent rotenone con
tent derris or cube powder and
two parts of wittable sulphur.
Apply to the backs of the animals
from a shaker can and rub in
lightly with the hand.
Question : How can skipper in
festation of stored meat be con
Answer: The best method for
keeping skippers out of meat, says
Prof. D. E. Brady, meat research
specialist of the State College ex
periment station, is to keep flies
from coming in contact with the
meat while the meat is being hand'
led. A dark, cool, well-ventilated
fly-proof smoke house is a great
help in this respect. Occasional
smoking of the meat during the
summer storage will also be help'
There is more than rest
and relaxation to be had
in Daniel Green slippers,
Have a pair for bedroom
wear, of course, but keep
another pair or two for
dressing up a bit when
housework's done. These
slippers are made as
carefully as the finest
shoes with firm sup
port where you need it
and in sizes that really
The Lake Junaluslf. i
most doubled its quota f
vember allotment in th 1
of the countv inV!JthV'c
sales, it w.: i " 7T a.ndam,
principal this week.
During the month a tot.i
was realized in cooperaon
the splend.d work done I $
natrons nr? frij. ' "l
...VUJ 0I lfl .
according to the teachers.
For the months nf n.i.
November, the total reacoedTuJ
which was more than $400
MUUV OCV 1Ur pjjj
The sale of defense stamrv.
ST Durine NwJ
the sale of stamps totaled I&l
teacher of the fifth grade, hJ
ard Oil hnllr
as weather permits. It is expu
the discarded tanks, of 516 rt
will weigh 40,000 pounds.
All the automobile hnHioi .uJ
during the scrap campaign ii
mashed flat by a heavy tracW
uciure ueing ioaaea on cars.
When tea joins coffee on tli. i:
of scarcities, Americans maybrel
themselves a tasty cup from p3
simmon leaves, a concoction whia
which nutritionists describe as b
ing high in Vitamin C,
"Ladies, come on this
Christmas gift tour.. "
It "Over here we see some
Arrow Shirts, known the world
over for their incomparable
collars, their "Mitoga" figure
fit, and Sanforized-Iabcl. You
may obtain replicas for
$2.25 and up
2 "Now we move on to
the Arrow Tie. Each has
its own distinctive pat
tern, and a lining that
thwarts wrinkles. They
tie into perfect knots.
$1 and np
3. "Here we have the most
comfortable underwear known
to mankind: Arrow Shorts.
They're roomier, with the
comfortable Arrow seamless
crotch. . . 75c and up
"And, ah, yes, the Arrow
Handkerchief, 35c and up
4"Now the masterpiece
an Arrow ensemble !
Arrow Sliirt. Ti- Hand
kerchief, and even Shorts designed to harmonize! It '
considered the perfect Christmas gift. See if it isa t
Massie's Dept. Store
A TIP1 Look in the collar of one of h
old shirts for his sn and sleeve
C. J. REECE, Owner
for JIRRO If SHIR TS
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