(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. J. Liner Heads
Woman's Group At
Mrs. Jerry Liner has been elect
ed president of the Woman's So
ciety of Christian Service of Long's
Chapel for the coming year.
Others who will serve with Mrs.
Liner include the following: vice
president, Mrs. Claude Medford;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. R.
C. Long; treasurer, Mrs. Lizzie
Reeves; recording secretary, Mrs.
Secretary of Christian Social
Relations and local chairman ac
tivities, Mrs. John Proffitt; secre
tary of missionary education, Mrs.
R. H. Bennett and Mrs. G. G.
Leatherwood ; secretary of litera
ture and publicity, Miss Minnie
Willis; secretary of student work,
Mrs. Guy Fulbright.
Chairman of surgical dressings,
Mrs. Chas. Klopp; superintendent
of supplies, Mrs. S. D. Rathbone;
secretary of children's work, Mrs.
Robert Jones; secretary of spirit
ual life, Mrs. Grady Hardin;
chairman of flower committee,
Mrs. Robert Jones; membership
committee, Mrs. Albert McCrack-
en, Mrs. Stackhouse and
Two Groups Organized
At Richland Chapel
During The Week
Two organizations were perfect
ed at the Richland Baptist church
during the week, which included
a Woman's Missionary Union and
a Junior Baptist Training Union.
Miss Lysbeth Cox presided over
the meeting of the women which
was held on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Albert Gibson was elected
president, with Miss L. Mary
Moore as secretary and treasurer.
Mrs. Clem Cabe was made program
Following the election, a pro
gram was given on "The First Mis
All the ladies of the church are
invited to the next meeting which
will be held at 2 o'clock on Thurs
day, the 26th.
The Junior B. T. U. was organiz
ed on Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock. A meeting of the group
will be held each Sundav after
noon at this same hour, and all the
younger members of the church are
invited to attend.
Methodist Circles Will
Hold Meetings Tuesday
Only One Can to a Customer
Crabtree Baptist Church
Group Make Two Quilts
For Baptist Orphanage
The Woman'" Missionary Society
of the Crabtree Baptist Church met
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. C. Haney for an all day
meeting. Each guest brought a
covered dish and a luncheon was
enjoyed at the noon hour.
During the day two quilts were
quilted for the Baptist Orphanage.
Following the quilting a song and
prayer service was conducted by
the pastor's wife, Mrs. W. F. Fer
guson. Members present were as follows
Mrs. J, C. Haney, Miss Cora Hipps,
Mrs. Hardie Haney, Mrs. Julia
Haney, Mrs. S. L. Smart, Mrs. Wil
lard Best, Mrs. Lloyd Ledford, Mrs.
W. V. Davis, Mrs. Hubert Wells,
Mrs. H. L. Ferguson, Mrs. W. F
Ferguson, Mrs. Sam Green, Bar
bara Ferguson, Howard Haney,
Myrtle James, Autry Best and Ray
Way . . .
Why take chances on get
ting your clothes only part
ly cleaned, when our meth
od of cleaning i.ea a thor
Our prices are reasonable
our service prompt, and
our workmanship most satisfactory.
The circles of the Woman' So
ciety of Christian Service of the
rust Methodist church will meet
on luesday afternoon as follows:
Circle number one, with Mrs. J.
M. Mock at 3:30 o'clock; Circle
number two with Mrs. J. M.
Queen at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday
Circle number three, with Mrs.
S. P. Gay Tuesday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock; Circle number four,
with Mrs. Hutch Massie at 7:30
Tuesday evening for a supper
meeting; Circle number five, with
Mrs. Bonner Ray Tuesday evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. C. L. Dixon, of Durham,
the former Miss Elizabeth Boone,
of Waynesville, is visiting her
mother, Mrs. John K. Boone, and
her sisters, Mrs. Hugh Massie and
Mrs. Rufus Siler.
I-t. Catherine Shuford, U. S.
Army, who is stationed at Camp
Gordon, was the guest during the
week of Mrs. Howard Rrvsnn Mr.
Johnnie Cuddeback and Mrs. M. W.
Vrabel, Lt. Shuford was a public
health nurse in the health district
of which Haywood county is a part
prior to her entering the service.
She was loc-attd ki Macon County.
Miss Tillie Rotha spent several
days during1 the week as the guest
of relatives in Asheville.
; Mrs. Joe Rose and Miss Carolyn
I Rose are expected to arrive from
Chicago sometime the first of P'eb
ruary to make their home here.
; Miss Quay Mauney, who is tak
ing training at the NYA center at
1 Newbridge, N. C, spent the week
end here with her father, James
Karl Whisenhunt, of Swannanoa,
is spending this week with his sist
er and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Lane in llazelwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGee, Jr.,
of Newton, spent the week-end
here with the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe M. Tate.
Henry Foy, who is attending
Mars Hill College, spent the week
nd here with his mother, Mrs. Lu
Experience is what you get when
you're looking for something else.
Setting an example that should go a long way toward the prevention
of food hoarding, grocer Joseph Tannenbaum puts a limit of only one
can of each commodity to a customer in hia atore In New York City. In
most cities, purchasers complied with the request of Secretary of
Agriculture Wickard and bought just the usual amount of canned food.
Few runs were reported.
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Mosquito bomber, said to be tha fastest plane of its type in the world.
Its speed is m military secret. Tha new plane was photographed in
Canada where it la now being produced In mass numbers. Twin-engine
Rolls Royce Merlin motors enable lt to maneuver like a fighter plane.
The body is made of plywood layers with balsa between them.
In This County
The 'sanitary control of the milk
supply of Haywood County by the
County Hfalth Department is done
in accordance with the requirements
of the Standard .Malk Ordinance of
the United States Public Health
'Service which has been adopted by
the Haywood County Board of
This Ordinance requires for
Grade A milk that the cows from
which milk is collected be free from
tuberculosis and hangs disease;
that handlers of milk have a health
certificate showing freedom from
communicable diseases; that the
3,200 cooks and bakers prepare
720,000 meals every day for tho
U. S. Navy.
Men Outside the
United States Get
IT IS THE SURE WAY
Due to limited space on planes, and ships going across
the government urges use of V-Mail to all men outside
the United States. Also from them to you. (Send
him a supply).
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YOU MUST USE OFFICIAL V-MAIL PAPER NO
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Get Official V-Mail Stationery At
All Kinda Of JPapera For Men In Service
milking barn have a concrete floor,
be well lighted and ventilated, kept
clean; and that the cows' udders
and teats be cleaned and washed
with a chlorine solution at the time
of milking; that the utensils us:d
in milking and storing milk be ster
ilized and stored in a satisfactory
manner, the milk house to be prop
erly constructed, screened, and ven
tilated and kept clean; and that
milk be cooled and retained at a
certain temperature until delivered.
A large part of the milk sold in
Haywood County is pasteurized,
and the past.urizine; plants are re
quired to adhere to strict sanitation
as to construction, maintenance,
and methods of handling milk. The
Pet Dairy Products Company of
Waynesville and Biltmore Dairy
Farms of Ashevill?, both having a
Grade A rating, are supplying pas
teurized milk in the County.
The Pet Dairy Products Company
of Waynesville receives a raw milk
supply from Bradley's Dairy, Cald
well's Dairy, Campbell's Dairy,
Edward's Dairy, Hyatt's Dairy,
Ketner's Dairy, Kirkpatrick's
Dairy, Layman's Dairy, Leopard's
Dairy, Mann's Dairy, McCracken's
Dairy, Crewes Moody's Dairy, S.
Moody's Dairy, Palmer No. 1
Dairy, Palmer No. 2 Dairy, Reeve's
Dairy, Smather's Dairy, Swift's
Dairy, Seller's Dairy, Terrell's
Dairy, Welch's Dairy and Well's
Dairy, all of which have been given
a Grade A rating for plant supplies.
In addition to pasteurized milk
being sold in the county, there are
three dairies, Ferguson's Dairy of
Waynesville, Silber s Dairy of Can
ton, and Hsnderson's Dairy of Can
ton, supplying raw milk, all of
which have a Grade A rating.
Cotton house dress.
By VERA WINSTON
HERE IS a pretty and comfy
frock designed to make a woman -j
look her best while busy about
the house. It is a one-piece dresa
with a two-piece look. The top,
of checked cotton, has a few
gathers from the yoke and but
tons to the waist. The center
section Is gathered, and the belt,
which ties in front, holds the
gathers in place- There are two
ample hip pockets on the skirt
which laps over in simulated
open front effect
Mussolini says the war will "last
forever or until Italy wins." It
will if that's the only way to end
But if those New Orleans work
ers sip 15 cups of coffee a day
when do they find time for any
We should send to salvage only
goods we cannot use or our neigh
bors cannot use.
Your first introduction
should tell you
Place In Miami
Announcement has been made of j
the marriage of Mrs. Bernice Fer
guson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lucian B. Long, of Gain:sville,
Fla., and Horace H. Keener, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Keener, of
Knoxville. The Rev. R. L. Allen
performed the ceremony in Miami
on Dscember the 20th at the Trini
ty Methodist Church parsonage.
The bride wore a dusty rose suit
with black accessories and a cor
sage of orchids. Mrs. Keener is
widely known throughout Florida,
having been official hostess at the
Florida state exhibit at the New
York World's Fair.
Mr. Keener, who lived in Way
nesville at one time is associated
with the United States Tobacco
Co, of New York as divisional
manager for the state of Florida.
Following a wedding trip to
points in Florida and Tennessee,
Mr. and Mrs. Keener are making
their home in Orlando.
FDR's Pastor in Navy
Rev. Frank Ray Wilson raises his
hand be is sworn in in New York
City as lieutenant in the navy.
He was pastor of the St. James
Episcopal Church In Hyde Park,
N. Y where President Roosevelt is
senior warden. Rev. Wilson obtained
the permission of the President be
fore he enlisted. This is an official
U. S. Navy photo.
Woman's Club To
Hold January Meet
The January meeting 0f th
man's Club will be held this j
noon at 3 o'clock at the How t
Fain Hotel, with Mrs. Willil t
Hannah, president, presiding
miss jimrjorie fl-Manus, teach
rtf Vinmp nnnnmiia ;n .L ' CQ6t
ville township high school wUit
the guest speaker. She win M
the members of her departme:t
and outline the work required o
the girls taking the course.
Mrs. Cornelia Nixon, chairnj,
of music, will have charge of the
musical program, and will inclu
numbers by Mrs. Ruben H
Stretcher and Miss I,!a jm
All members are urged to
Mrs. J. J. Rodwell, of Fayetk
ville, is spending sometime hert
with her sister, Mrs. Robt. Pear
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