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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
S Appear At First
The Springdale Chorus under
Erection of Professor Robely
" - .. in aonear at tho First
Kdist church Sunday evening
fi-20. The theme of the pro-
r, to be given, is -carols oi au
'tofessor Lawson is director of
nt Spr ngaaie ovumu. uc
had a broad background of
Ink in cmlrcnes ohm
Lt appeared ow - j-"
L,nce of unusual merit is ex
ited to be given.
The program ..
L owing: "All Hail the Virgin
bv Dickinson: "O
iLSehera" Basque Carol, tradi
U; "In the . Silence of the
v,M" Norwegian wui, "'
lional; i"e ,eeH. '"f. ,
Las" French Carol, traditional;
Sij.if .nf a Kine." Neidlinger;
Ue Shepherds and the Inn,'
Itaicaii Carol, Dy uaui; jesus,
Thou Dear Babe Divine," Tanitian
Crol; "Sleep Judea Dair," Eng
lish Carol, by Mackinnon.
part of these numbers wm De
presented us buiuo, rv m---
KtS, and tne res uy vuc cuwio
mhor features of the program
,1 be a violin solo by Mrs. R.
u nrhpr. Jr.. and a very brief
Christmas message by the pastor
of the church.
w the. close of the service
the entire congregation, led by
tie chorus, will join in singing
ipoup of the old familiar carols.
top vir.HTII WONDER
In wonderment I stand
They call it "Clingsman's Dome"
Where mountains kiss tne SKy.
Tour infinity of distance
Seven States you unfold;
You are really an illusion
For the eye, and for the soul.
What a celestial arcanum of splen
From flowers and colors that
What an immense natural painting
Of God's closest mend.
I have climbed fifty mles
From Waynesville down below;
i' i . i i l i
,v:w De kiiiu, aim biiitw your cuiurs
And your sunset in flaming glow.
The sun is slowly sinking
With diffusion so soft and rare;
And a symphony of colors
That b.gins to unfold in the air.
What a sprpno nVlnw ef tintnrft
n ith its tints that abound in des
pair; : '-. '
While the cods pour their souls in
Acting Highway Commissioner Named
GOVERNOR J. MELVILLE BROUGHTON congratulates D. B.
McCrary, Asheboro, hosiery mill executive, on his becoming acting
chairman of the N. C. State Highway and Public Works Commission.
McCrary, native of Randolph county, has served as highway com
missioner from the sixth division since 1938 and was acting chairman
from February 1 to May 1, 1941, At his own request he will not
receive the $7,500 allotted salary for the post, but will work on a per
All For You
A New Miracle World
(Condensed from Better Homes &
You've heard the story about the
fellow who was so fast he could
press the switch, and be in bed
before the light was out. That's
out of the ' realm of fiction now.
A lighting expert foresees the
walls in your post-war home paint
ed with a luminous paint which,
like a watch face, absorbs light.
When the lights are put out, the
walls glow for quite a time and
then gradually fade.
This same lighting expert fore
sees front-door knobs that glow;
glowing buttons for medicine cab
inets; glowing strips for stairs.
Moreover, he has developed a light
panel that's mounted beside the
window, and as daylight fades, an
electric eye starts the artificial
light coming on, so that the panel
maintains even light from day
Your health is getting attention,
too. Still in the experimental
stage but giving promise of mak
ing the post-war world a happier
A hormone that gradually
speeds up the healing of wounds.
5IGN OF A
666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS
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And go down with a silent prayer.
For you, living gods of the mount
tains I descend with your glowing light;
While the moon spreads wide her
And caresses you with the dew of
If 1 were a poet I would crown you
With glory and words yet untold ;
In reality, I am merely a dreamer
Trying to poem your weight in gold.
Waynesville, Dec. 7 th, 1942.
In these days of rationing of tires, gas
and many other commodities you will
have to buy and manage more wisely
than ever before if you are to make the
profits you should from your labor . . .
You will be doing this if you lay in your
winter supply of feeds now while the
weather is good and your haul bill will
not be so high . . . Insure better profits
from your poultry, cattle and hogs by
feeding them the best grade of feeds.
We have a stock of Quaker and other
good feeds ...
Check your hardware needs and buy
what you have to have now.
You will do well to check up on your
grocery needs and then fill those needs
from our stock of high quality goods.
MAKE YOUR ORDER FOR YOUR NEEDS
TODAY FROM YOUR
FARM ERS FEDERATION
ROGER MEDFORD, Manager
Phone 344 At The Depot
A method of mending torn
nerves by transplanting.
Addition of a chemical to the
diet to prevent hardening of the
arteries, gallstones, many diseases
of old age.
Two treatments for high blood
pressure, one by a drug, the other
by massive doses of Vitamin A.
Synthetic Vitamin K, taken in
candy or chewing gum, to pre
vent tooth decay.
Do you dread the way children
treat your furniture? The plastic
industry has a possible cure for
your post-war home. Upholstery
made from a new fabric is non
porous, hence resistant to food
stains, irt, rain, oils, and even
And the finish on the wood of
your furniture will be safe, too,
because there's a treatment to im
pregnate the wood all the way
through with a plastic. If the
surface is dented or scratched, you
rub it down until the marring dis
appears. Fires won't be such a hazard in
your post-war home. Chemists
have already developed treatments
for curtain, drapery, furniture,
and floor fabrics so they char, but
And you've heard lots about 100
octane aviation gasoline. It helped
the Spitfires and Hurricanes to
win the epic Battle of Bitain. It's
better than any auto gas you ever
had lots better. A few years
ago this fuel was the research
man's dream the ultimate goal.
That's why it has a rating of 100.
But already fuels are up to oc
tane ratings of 110 and 115; they
deliver up to half again as much
power as 100-octane gas. And now
the oil-research men have set their
ights on octane ratings of 150.
In your post-war automobile de
signed for these fuels, that means
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
Under and by virtue of an order
and decree of the Superior Court
of Haywood County, made in a
special proceeding entitled T. L.
Green, Administrator of Cleveland
Caldwell VS. Janus Caldwell and
others, heirs at law of Cleveland
Caldwell, the same being number
256 on the Special Proceeding dock
et of said court, the undersigned
commissioner will, on the 11th day
of January, 1943, at 11 o'clock A.
M., on the premises of the late
Cleveland Caldwell, on Hemphill
creek, Haywood County, North
Carolina offer for sale at public
auction, the following descrbed
lands on terms of one-half cash
and the balance on 6 and 12 months
time, to wit:
; One tract containing 2M acres,
more or less, purchased by Cleve
land Caldwell from J. H. and R. T.
One tract containing one acre
more or less, purchased by Cleve
land Caldwell from Solomon Sut
One tract containing 8 acres more
nr 1ps. nnrchased bv Cleveland
Caldwell from Artie Caldwell, by
deed dated uec. au, i3U ana re
corded in book No. 85, page 26,
record of deeds of Haywood County.
Another tract purchased from
Artie Cadwell by Cleveland Cald
well by deed dated Nov. 8, 1936,
recorded in book No. 92, page 416,
record of deeds of Haywood County,
containing 2 acres, more or less.
One tract purchased by Cleve
land Caldwell from Artie Caldwell,
inil rnntninino' 3 U acres, more Or
less. Deed dated Sept. 30, 1938,
recorded in book 106, page 37,
record of deeds of Haywood Coun
Said land Will be sold first as sep-
argto trnrta anA t.hen nfferprt na ft
whole to secure highest price for
Achial HpRerrntion bv mptea and
bounds will be furnished at the time
and place oi sale, or on applica
tion to the undersigned at anv
time before the sale.
This the 8th days of Dec, 1942.
T. L. GREEN,
No. 1261 Dec. 10-17-24-31.
double, even treble, the power or
Improvements are ready for
your raincoat, hunting and skiing
clothes even some of the baby's
Clothes and bedding. Shortage of
rubber for waterproofing army
raincoats, hospital sheeting, and
the like has led manufacturers to
use that tough, thin layer of plastic
which ordinarily would have gone
into the safety glass in your car.
And for many uses it has proved
better than rubber. For example,
the new army raincoat is two
pounds lighter than the rubberized
A Packard designer, Edward
Macauley, went vacationing in a
car with a plastic roof last year,
.ie came home with a beautiful
tan, but, because of the screening
effect of the plastic, he suffered
practically no sunburn. Your car
of the future?
True air-conditioning, as visual
ized by an electrical manufactur
er's research engineers, will give
you such control of your living
conditions as you've never known.
The idea is this; As the air is tak
en into your house, itis first heated
or cooled and humidified, or dehu-.
midified all this for your comfort.
Then, to keep your home clean, a
Mme. Chiang in U. S.
Mme. Chiang Kai-shek, American
educated wife of the Generalissimo
and the leader of Chinese women ia
the war effort, aaa arrived in the
U. S. for medical care and after
completing the treatment will be the
guest of the President and Mrs.
Rooeevelt at the White House.
vacuum tube precipitates the dust.
And another tube completes the
purifying by sterlixing the air,
killing any germs in it.
Another great product of tomor
row is War Savings Bonds. For,
Same Name In
Atlanta. You're in the army
now, Mr. Jones. But . . . which
Mr. Jones? For there were only
28,050 Mr. Jones in the last war,
so, who knows how many in this
one? John Jones doesn't help' too
much, for there were thousands
of Johns and hundreds of those
Johns had wives named Mary,
which wasn't much of a help when
the war department tried tracing
down a Jones.
If you think there were a lot
of Jones, consider then the John
stons, 53,200 strong, 2,000 of whom
were named William. And the
Smiths with 51,900, among whom
were 3,412 Willies ; the Browns
with 48,000; the Williams, 47,000;
the Andersons, 22,000; the Walk
ers, 18,500, and the Millers 2,500.
What's in a name? Not much,
as you mark them today for your
purchase of tomorro -v's products
when, they become available, you're
making sure of your family's share
in these finer things-to-come.
according to the army records,
if it ijisn't accompanied by a serial
number. And the war department
continues to stress1 the importance
of remembering those serial num
bers. When you think of that
man in the service, think of his
serial number, too, for without it
he might not get his mail and you
might not get your allotment, ac
cording to Colonel John H. Bush,
army i emergency relief officer,
headquarters, Fourth Service Com
mand. Colonel Bush pointed out the
many cases of mix-ups in allot
ment and relief checks due to im
proper statements of names, ser
ial numbers, rank and addresses,
and he stated that much tima
would be saved the individuals and
the government if more care were
taken in these matters.
The Frenchman did not like the
looks of the barking dog barring
"don't you know the proverb:
"It's all right." said his host;
'Barking dogs never bite'?"
"Ah, yes," said the Frenchman,
"I know ze proverbe, you know f
proverbe; but te dog does he
know re proverbe?"
I Santa Says "Shop Th
I Way and
jj Jane Goode Peanut
lib. jar 190
2 lb. jar 350
JELLO 3 r20
- - 35
No, 2 Can
Lye Hominy - SO
MEATS - - 89
(Limit 1 gallon to customer)
I Quaker Oats 20
JFG Brand, Quart Jar
SAT AH DRFSSTNfr
7-Oz. Size Premier
PIMENTOS - 19
20-Oz. Can Armour Star
BURRY'S ENGLISH STYLE
41 Pound Box - - - - $1.69
A Nice Christmas Gift 1 lb. - - 1.19
Spaghetti Dinner 39
BURBY'S ENGLISH STYLE
Individually Boxed In Oven-Ware Bowl of Different
1 3-4 lb. 1.99
M ORANGES (Fla.)
g APPLES (N.C.)
5 TANGERINES (Fla)
NUTS - FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL
t)T These items from rnree untinenis
English Walnuts Fruit Cake Dates
Brazil Nuts Material Pineapple
Pecans Cherries Peels
Black Walnuts Raisins Currants
Almonds Citron Cocoanuts
A Large Variety In
9oz. - - - 100
lOoz. - - - 150
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