p4Y, SEPTEMBER 9, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
. .i;o Town and Farm
1 j rvAnH -fnr
trough October. Stamps
Pi. me canning purposes
S"' i. rwober 31
:'Jr punier purchases of
hp made with
cA j:i'VL.,,'n0H nt. local War
:ober 31. .
No. 18 is souu AU1
L!d 'throughout October 2.
FZ ., A becomes good Sep-
1,11 "',.1 nd remains good
rtfh 0c,totr,.,rj RIup stamps
e and T. exj"' 7
and W, now good, expire
,,er have a 1101
r billion dollars in the 15
. j,n,r Third War Loan drive
tberms September 9 and con-
TO START I SI.Nli KA11UIN
' .-!.- Ill
Krn "noint stamD"
ftr Ration Book III will be
ll1" " 1 10 nnl.:
valid SepteniDer it.. imo
is good for 16 points
,5 October 2. Brown stamps
bfcome vaim on uccraic
.Jjy? and aiwuya cApue
Saturday nearest tne eno. 01 a
I Thi-y will be used lor ra
f ma:s. fats, oils, canned
fVfffe, eanned milk, and all
commodities now rationed
red stamps in War Ration
II The small stamps bearing
, .. 11
ires 01 Iieni uu, inniva, oinp,
irplar.es are not yet in use.
, 1- - -i :..J r 1.
one w no nas 1101 leueivcu duu
jay obtain one by applying to
local ration board.
equipment is less than one year old,
and 70 percent of the price of the
item when new if the equipment
is one year old or more.
OVERSEAS CHRISTMAS MAIL
More than 10 million individual
Christmas parcels for overseas sol
diers are expected in the mailing
period, September 15 to October 15.
The Army Postal Service will need
the full cooperation of the mailing
public if packages are to reach
soldiers in time.
FATHER ENLISTS AFTER SONS
A 54 year old Wisconsin farmer
whose two Marine sons gave their
lives in the war against Japan, is
now a Marine private doing guard
duty somewhere with his compan
ion sentry, a powerful Dobernian
Pinscher dog. Private Frank W.
Winterling said it was only natural
for him to enlist in the branch of
the service in which his sons died
in order that his daughters, Jane
and Kate, might continue to enjoy
"the advantages that were guaran
teed to me under our system of
ARM ITEMS UNDER PRICE
sfd hav loaders, side delivery
u& and manure spreaders were
satly placed under specific price
ol bv OPA. This ruling ap-
when these items are sold by
persons, such as farmers or
pioneers. Maximum prices will
determined on the following
kse: 85 percent of the price of
machine when new. if the
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SMITH'S DRUG STORE
RATION POINT CHANGES
Reflecting an improvement in
civilian meat supplies, the ration
cost of most lamb and bacon cuts,
sirloin steak and rib roasts has
been reduced from one to two
points for September. In addition,
several variety nuats also have
lower point values. Creamery but
ter increased two points to 12 points
per pound. Country butter, how
ever, has be-in assigned a value of
six points per pound. The purchas
ing jiower of meats-fats stamps
in September will be a little larger
than in August because the decrease
in meat point values more than
cancels the higher ration cost of
Farmers whose crops and live
stock are troubled by prowling ani.
mals can get extra supplies of shot
gun and rifle ammunition this fall
if they apply to their dealers be
fore October 1, the War Production
Board has ruled. Supplement
ing the regular quota each will be
allowed an additional 50 rounds of
.22 caliber rim fire cartridges, 20
rounds of center fire rifle ammu
nition and 25 rounds of shotgun
shells of any gauge. Likewise,
WPB knows that deer, rabbits and
squirrels shot to protect farms will
add to food stocks this winter.
After present supplies are ex
hausted paper towels will be thin
ner, facial tissues will be smaller
in size, paper napkins will be both
thinner and smaller, and wedding
invitations will have only one en
velope, in place of the customary
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State College Hints
To Farm Homemakers
By Ruth Current
N. C. State College
If you're looking for a good
place to use honey, you don't need
to go any farther than your break
fast toast or waffles. Hot biscuits,
dripping with honey have been a
morning ilelignt since way DacK. 1
Honey can also be usfd to sweeten j
j fruits, beverages, and cereals.
Honey sauce, with nuts o- orange j
juice and orange peel, is good on !
ice cream. For a sandwich filling, !
use honev which has been creamed j
with butter, nuts, grated orange
peel, cream cheese, cottage cheese,
or peanut butter.
Many cooks sometimes use honey
to give their old recipes new life
and flavor. When you cook with
honey, remember a part of it is
water. You can't substitute honey
for sugar, measure for measure,
without making some other change
in the recipe. For one thing, you'll
have to use less liquid than the
original recipe calls for.
For honey cakes and quick
I.T. 11 A IT I V.
Fra'.icr. of Waynes
Ala-, where she is
is spending a week'
I. FKAZ1KK. oaugbter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade H.
ville, route one, is now stationed at Camp Sibeit,
attached to the U. S. Army Nursing Corps. She
rave here with her parents.
Lt. Frazier volunteered and entered the service in February of
this year. She was inducted at her present post. At the time she
entered the service she was doing general duty at the Hlackwelder
Hospital in Lenoir. Lt. Frazier is a graduate of the local hijrh school
and of the School of Nursing of the Lynchburg General Hospital, of
Lynchbuig, Va. Before going to Lenoir she was connected with the
Emergency Hospital, of Washington, D- ('., and the Alexandria Hos
pital, of Alexandria, Va.
two. War Production Board rules
have been made to control the man
ufacture of these items so that
school children will have adequate
supplies of writing tablets and note
books, and commercial stationary
will be available for business offi
ces, in spite of the acute paper
shortage. Incidentally, the order
will conserve 1,100 carloads of ship
ping space and considerable quan
tities of packing materials, as the
lighter, thinner articles take up
MORE LI MBER FROM FARMS
A program to increase sharply
the production of forest products
from farmowned woodlands as part
of the nation-wide drive to meet
wartime military and essential civ
ilian needs for lumlxr was an
nounced recently. It is estimated
that 3M million farms have wood
lands, most of which can yield
marketable products. Minimum
national requirements for lumber
in 1943 total 36 billion board ftet.
Of this amount, 2 billion board
feet are needed for boxing and
crating agricultural products.
down from 4 to 2 points a pounds,
and peas and lentils down from 4
to 1 point a pound.
The point values of 21 processed
foods have been changed, with in
creases coming in the canned fruit
category and some decreases in the
This Army Private
Sure Needs Help
SALT LAKE CITY "You've got
to be a psychiatrist and a psycholo
gist and about everything else in
breads, mix the honey with the
liquid called for in the recipe. Also,
be sure to bake at the lowest tem
perature possible, so the honey
For gingerbread, brown bread,
and steamed puddings, you can use
honey in place of molasses. In that
case, the home economists say you
can substitute them, measure for
measure. If you use honey, be
sure to omit the soda that you
would use with the molasses.
Honey takes up moisture as it
stands. That may not be so good
with some candks and frostings.
But it helps to keep your fruit
cakes and steamed puddings moist.
Be sure to store honey in a place
that is dry and fairly warm. Don't
put honey in the ice box. Low
temperatures may make the honey
crystallize and become cloudy.
the dictionary to keep up with a '
son like mine," observed Pvt. Fred
E. Howard, of the Salt Lake City
j His son, Douglas, twelve, was
i picked up Saturday night in Chl-
cago after a trip by train and hitch
1 hiking on cash from the sale of
I few newspapers.
It was his fourth and longest
f t rip.
I The "train just happened to pull
. in." the boy told his father.
Have your Stoker and
Furnace checked for the
Ben J. Sloan
To meet an anticipated demand
during 1943 for 900,000 baby car
riages, and about the same number
of strollers, walkers i.nd sulkies,
WPB has revised its production
schedule for these items to permit
a considerable increase in the num
ber that can be manufactured dur
ing the third quarter of this year.
Changes in point values include:
Dried prunes, raisins and cur
rants, which were removed from
rationing March 29, now go back on
the list at 4 points a pound. In the
dry food category also, beans are
3 More Dayg
SATURDAY IS LAST DAY
EVENING SALE ONLY--7:30 P. Ml.
Buy Lovely and Valuable Mer- Exciting, Fascinating and
chandise At Your Own Price. Money Saving.
Buy War Bonds With The Money You Save
7:30 P. M.
The WaiymieSvDlle M (Gallery
Just A Few Doors From The Theatre
The date for riling military ap
plications for War Ration Book
Three has been extended through
Saturday, September 11.
The final date had originally been
set at August 31.
Any member of the armed servi
ces who is entitled to use ration
stamps for the purchase of ration
id foods is entitled to War Ration
Book Three. The book will go into
use Sunday, September 12, when
coupons will be needed for the pur
chase of meats and fats.
Woolens Should rAiii-nl
Be Given Expert "irai
Care In Summer Cleaners
Every garment worth sav
ing is worth cleaning. Wool
ens should never be washed MaIn Strttt
with soap and water, as it
often causes shrinkage and
the finish of the material
SEND YOUR CLOTH FS Phone 113
An increase of from one-half cent
to one cent pack in the maximum
retail prices of so-called "economy"
brand cigarettes to meet increased
manufacturing costs has been an
nounced by OPA. This increase
does not extend to the more ex
pensive, so-called "standard" or
The "economy'' brands such as
Avalons, Beechnuts, Dominos, Mar
vels, Paul Jones, Sensations, Twen
ty Crands and Wings now will
have a maximum selling price of 13
cents for an individual pack or 12 Mi
cents a pack in sales of more than
one pack for sales of either the
regular or long r king size. Ap
plicable state or local taxes may
be added to these prices. At retail,
these cigarettes usually had sold
at 12 cents a package with some
sales of king size made at 13 cents
rttP- . , .... M-
i i- iJW " a ft m
limmy'f over there
now, fighting our enemies
to keep the Start and Stripes flying.
"Before ha left, he told tne they
are going to need more equipment,
more ammunition and more food lor
INVASION of enemy lands.
""The more bonds the folks at home
buy the more they'll be helping us
fighters to win.' Thai's what Jimmy said."
The 3rd War Loan of 15 billion dollars
must produce the money
to pay for these essentials
Buy at least one EXTRA
$100 Bond besides your
Miriiinrwfflttnriifflfl r. it iflftfrwtfii)rl ftpwni i ttmm ihb
regular bond purchases many will have
to invest thousands!
Don't think that what you do isn't im
portant. It will take all every individual
in America can raise to put this 3rd War
Loan over the top. So buy more bonds
out of your pay out of extra income
out of "rainy-day" funds I
The quicker you do that the mora
you'll help Jimmy and our other boys
mash through to Victory.
What do you say? It's
the safest, soundest invest
ment youll ever make!
1 N uif a n f f
WALTER KETNER, Manager
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