THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
It. iLa Monii
By BETSY NEWMAN
iaMOST EVERY home m.k
bd, New Lngland she likes
"'1 1 Baked Beans. If she's from
mW lle west .he may like her
t Blddle, ; ,ith tomato, m
.beam w.-5:l1 ..
Ejisnd the Boston one.
TtxUy a M,enu
Tea or Coffee
lk navy beans
L b. salt pork
Vt c. tomato
1 tsp. dry
1 tbsp. brown
well, cover with
tpr and soak overnight. In We
,,, with lresn waier uu w
Sntil the skins may be Diown on
hen some are ueiu - w...
l knt mi mustard
Pour into oea., H-j - .v:-V7
ith cold water, menu mwi uu
...iiont-s. and pour over beans,
taring them in slightly. Put salt
nrk in middle 01 oeaiis nu uo
JowH' for at ieir o u
core if possible. Add more water
,rtom.-ro juice if beans get dry.
I lost on Baked Beans
qt beans tsp. dry
4 lb. salt pork musmru
tbso salt z SPS-
14 tsp .pepper
Wash and soak beans overnignt.
)ut into bean pot; wasn salt porK
Jnd place in center; add 4 cups
old water, cover and bake in slow
kven for 8 hours.
DO THIS! To relieve discomforts,
one of the best things you can do
Is put a good spoonful of home
tested Vicks VapoRub in a bowl
of boiling water.
Then tool the wonderful relief
come as you breathe In the
steaming medicated vapors that
penetrate to the cold-congested
upper breathing passages! See
how this .soothes irritation, quiets
coujrhiiip. and helps clear the
head -bringing grand comfort.
FOR ADDFD RELIEF . . nib throat.
ChOstand back with VfipoRub at
bedtime. Vicks VanoRub works
f'ir hours 2 wavs at once to bring
relief from distress. Remember
its Vicks VapoRi'b you want.
Axis Planes Left Behind by Fleeing Nazis
1 1 in mi
When General Montgomery's Eighth Army marched into Derna, In Libya, they found that the Axis forces
under Rommel had fled. At the air field, just outside the town, the British found these wrecked Nazi planes.
Most of the bombers and fighters had been damaged by R.A.F, bombings and strafing. Those that had
escaped were hastily demolished by the retreating Germans,
Funeral services were held on
Monday afternoon at the home near
Waynesville, for Yvonne Annette
Hampton, age 2 years, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arvenie Hampton,
who died at the Haywood County
Hospital at 11 o'clock Saturday
Burial was in the Cunningham
cemetery on Allen's Creek.
fO!d Friends' Meet in Benghazi
MRS. HATTIE ARRINGTON
Funeral services were held at
11 o'clock on Saturday morning
at the Fines Creek Baptist church
for Mrs. Hattie Arl ington, 62, wife
of R. T. Arrington, who died nt
1:15 on Wednesday, the 13th, after
a two months illness.
The Rev. Forrest Ferguson of
ficiated. Burial was in the Fines
Creek church cemetery.
Surviving Mrs. Arlington are
her husband, three sons by a for
mer marriage, Weaver Led ford,
Julius Ledford, of Haywood, and
Robert D. Ledford, of the U. S.
army; four daughters, Mrs. Lizzie
Lowe, Mrs. Fannie Woody, Mrs.
Roxie Clark and Mrs. Kva Rec
tor, all of this county; eight step
sons, Vaughn, Manson, Amos,
Norman, Way, Ratiom, Noble, and
Dennis, of Haywood county; three
brothers, Charlie McKlreath, of
Fines Creek, Travis and lien Mc
Elreath, of Canton; and one sis-
Yes We Have
And In Good Quality
2 and 3 Yards Wide
3-Yd. Width Either
With Or Without
2-Yd- Width WithJ
dinaIt S gd qua,ity " 28x32 construction. With
ry care it's a aualitv that will last two seas
a quality that will last two seasons.
" Get Yours Early At Ray's
find U.O . 1 ML f t..nr"
c- E. RAY'S SONS
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The Bishop of Benghazi (foreground) greets Royal Navy men shortly
after the Libyan port was captured by tha British Eighth Army. The
same group had met the Bishop before, when Benghazi fell to the
British the first time. When Rommel's forces fled, the Bishop stayed.
Mel Kathlione, also of
JOHN 1). WOOD
Funeral ser vices were held lit I
the Anion Plains Methodist church '
Sunday aftei noon at 2 :.'!() o'clock;
lor ,lohn li. Wood, ho, well known
Haywood county farmer and stock
raiser, who died at his home near
Canton nt noon Saturday. He had
been ill for the past three months.
The Rev. C. R. Upton, pastor of
the Canton Calvary Baptist church
f which Mr. Wood had been a
member sometime, officiated. As
sisting ministers were: Rev. R.
V. Morton, pastor of the Rockwood
Methodist charge; the Rev. How-
CARRT CLEVELAND MYERS. rVD.
JUDGES, probation officers and
then dealing with juvenile delin
quent are saying that having so
much money to spend and the lav
ish spending of it for luxuries i-d
wild times by youths is a big con
tributor to juvenile delinquency.
Let us remember, too, that the
same youth who is unrestrained in
spending is also unrestrained in
many other ways.
There are thousands of adoles
cent boys and girls who are work
ing for large rages which they
spend as fast as it is earned. As
less of it can be spent on automo
biles, more, undoubtedly, will be
spent on carousing.
There is not much evidence thst
teen-age youths are contributing
much to the church, Red Cross or
United Relief. Neither are they
distinguished for their purchase
of War Savings Stamps and
Youths Foolish Spenders
From what I can learn by talk
ing to youths and parents in vari
ous parts of the nation most of
these youths are pocketing all this
extra money and are spending it
on good times. Relatively few of
them are contributing toward the
purchase of their own clothes or
the support of their families.
In spite of the large number of
Junior and senior high students
who have part-time jobs, the sal
of War Savings Stamps and Bonds
is smallest per capita in the high
school and highest in the element
ary grades, the country over.
What a tragedy that so many
children have not learned at home
to practice self-denial and thrift
but, instead, are being brought up
in self-gratification. But don't
blame the young people. Their
parents never taught them habit
We all need to buy more War
Savings Stamps and Bonds to
build more guns, ships and planes
in order to save our country from
the enemies without. There's still
another very good reason to
build more boys and girls into good
citizens in order to save our coun
try from those enemies, delin
quency and crime, within.
before chopping. A copy of the
folder may be obtained free from
the Agricultural Editor, State Col
How should cattle
grubs bo treated?
What is a good
By BETSY NEWMAN
USE CRANBERRIES liberally
in your menus when they are In
season. 1 served cranberry sauce
with roast lamb shoulder and It
proved a very good combination,
my guests declared. You can make
cranberry jelly, sauce, strained
or unstrained, and pies and pud
dings may be made of cranberries,
too. If the following pudding Is
not sweet enough, serve it with
hard sauce. You can add a layer
of cranberry sauce to your Brown
Betty too, for variety.
Baked Potatoes Creamed Salmon
Mashed Yellow Turnips
Cabbage and Celery Salad
Steamed Cranberry Pudding
Coffee or Substitute
Add raw carrot to the cabbaga
and celery salad for color and
taste, or some pieces of tomato,
raw or canned.
Steamed Cranberry Pudding
2 c. fresh tsp. clovea
Vt tsp. salt
K tsp. cinna
A tso. mac
8 taps, baking
c hot water
r,,t cranberries in ha'ves. add
to flour, which hss been sifted with
salt, spices snd baking soda. Com
bine hot water and molasses and
blend with first mixture Poor into
well greased pudding bowl, cover
and steam for 2tt hours. Sam
with hard lauc.
To prepare seedless raisins for
baking, put as many as you aro
going to us in a dish, poor bo
water over them, and let stand
until soft. Drain. Tb dirt will
drain off with to water and Vb
steins will corns off easily,
Answer: North Carolina farm
i people have found the sausage re
cipe in extension polder m. ,n,
"Killing; and Curing Meat on the
Farm," to he good. For 50 pounds
of pork (three-fourths lean and
one-fourth fat) use one pound of roleiione
fine table salt, 2 ounces of finely j hacks of
ground black pepper, nnd 3 ounces i
of sage. Mix these ingredients
thoroughly and spread evenly over
the meat. Then stir the meat well
Answer: Cattle infested with
grubs (sometimes called "warbles"
or "wolves") should be treated in
the following way: Mix a powder
containing one part of 5 per cent
rotonone content derris or cube
powder and two parts of wcttablo
sulphur. The powder should be
applied to the back of the infested
nnimnl with a shaker and rub
bed in lightly with the hand. Oth
er methods of control are a derris
or cube wash, or the use of a
powder sprayer in distributing a
sulphur mixture over the
ard Mann, and the Rev. 11. A.
Surviving are the widow, the
former Miss Madie Hall, of Hay
wood county; one son, Scth C.
Wood; three daughters, Miss Ada
Wood, Mrs. Lyda Smathers, and
Mrs. Frank Collins, all of Canton;
one sister, Mrs. M. A. Clark, and
several grandchildren, all of this
Question : What
f milk bucket?
is the best typo
Answer: Where hand-milking is
done, a hooded or small top milk
bucket is preferred. This type of
bucket will exclude about .r0 per
cent of the number of bacteria
which usually get into the milk
during the milking process. The
strainer should be seamless and
constructed to use standard filter
discs. Milk cans and all other
utensils used in handling milk
should be of standard construction
and free from open seams.
Next Year You Must Give An Accu
rate Record of Expenses When
Making Out Tax Returns
KEEP YOUR RECORDS
We have a large assortment
LEDGERS JOURNALS CASH BOOKS
Ledger Sheets Indexes
Stationery and Supplies For Office, Home and School
A Match-Builder's Masterpiece
W . . - Iff!
Putting th finishing touch on an eight-room miniature house h built
of matchsticka is Harry E. Hahn of Atlantlo City, N. J. A veteran el
World War I In which he was incapacitated, Hahn mad matchstlek
building his hobby. His miniature house has furniture in it, electrical
fixture, and windows of glass that open and dose. It took two years.
and 121,000 matches, te baild. (CentnzJrVe)
Mr .and Mrs. Ben Hannah and
family of Newport News are visit
ing their parents.
(Jeorge Rogers, who volunteered
in the Navy, left during the week
to take up his active duties.
Miss Cornelia Sue Medford spent
the week-end with her parents.
Mrs. Ellen Noland spent the
week-end with her son, T. T. No-land.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chapman
spent Sunday with the hitter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Henderson, of
Newport News, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hannah.
This one may sound like a fairy
tale, but it actually happened.
An army lieutenant from
Westover Field, Mass., was driv
ing along with a lady friend, when
a motorcycle cop bellowed:
"Pull over to the side. Where
do you think you are going?"
The Lieutenant replied meekly
"To a movie."
The cop handed him a paste
board and snarled:
"Yeah? Well, here's a ticket."
As the lieutenant drove on he
looked at what the policeman ha4
given him. It was a ticket, all
right. A ticket to the local movie
Now we're told that horse meat
may become common. Which may
mean the passing of the old horse
You Will Find At RAY'S-
YOUR TYPE YOUR SIZE YOUR PRICE
(And finding is not so easy as it used to be)
Yes-We Have Shirts-Men and Boys
1 wl 4r v 4m
B Still Offering I're-VVar Full Cuts Sanforized
, . Color Fast
Matched Pants and Shirts add to your appearance
and may likely add to your pay check
In Wood, Leather, Denim
Yes Overalls, too, have been hit by the war. To
save materials, our Government has issued orders
to all manufacturers to simplify their construction.
Regular suspender backs are out for the duration.
Hi-backs take their place for both men and boys
BUT TEMPORARILY WE HAVE SUSPENDER
And plenty of other good seasonable merchandise
C. E. RAYS S)MS
YOUR ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER