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(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i6)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Program Is Set
For Rationing Of
Farmers of Haywood nty who
wish to obtain supplies of copper
wire for farmstead wiring should
make application to the County
USDA War Board, which has been
charged with rationing of this item
locally, it was announced today by
Glenn A. Boyd, chairman of the
The new procedure for rationing
copper wire was announced by the
War Food Administration and re
places former distribution methods
by which farmers applied for pre
ference ratings. It provides that
both old and new users of elec
tricity obtain copper wire in the
"Rationing of copper wire now is
set up on a state and county basis,"
Chairman Boyd said. "North Caro
lina was allocated a total of 24,000
pounds for the current quarter
year, and this amount will be allo
cated to counties according to local
needs. This plan of rationing is
designed to effect a more equitable
distribution of existing supplies,
and assure those eligible for wire
that they can obtain the amount
which they au- allotted."
Under the program, Mr. Boyd
said, copper wire applications will
be approved only for essential needs
which will add to the food produc
tion program or save labor on the
farm. The maximum amount which
can be a lotted to new users of
electricity, after power line exten
sions have been approved, will be
75 pounds for any one farm. Where
an extension of farmstead wiring is
requested on a farm already served
by electricity, the maximum allot
ment will be 50 pounds of wire.
The number of livestock and poul
try units on the farm will determine
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Biblical Recorder Carries
Article By Mrs. J. R.
Morgan; Also Her Picture
In publicizing the annual meeting
of the Asheville Division of the
Woman's Missionary Union, which
will be held on October 7, in Ashe
ville, the Biblical Recorder, state
paper for the Baptists, devoted
considerable space to an article by
Mrs. J. R. Morgan, and also car
ried her picture. Mrs. Morgan is
superintendent of the Asheville di
vision. Mrs. H. G. Hammett is superin
tendent of the county Association,
and Miss Lysbeth Cox is young
Four Colored Men
Left Thursday For
Service In Army
Four men left here last Thurs
day in the August quota of colored
men from this area. In the group
were; Ben James Parrish. John
Henry Foster, and Ernest Dalton.
John McCray Davis was transfer
red from the local board to a draft
board in Washington, D. C. The
first three men named reported to
Fort Bragg. They left by bus at
8:40 a. m.
A Modern Bakery
Demands - -
-That's Why We
Were Called In
When In Need Of
Plumbing, Call . . .
W, F. Strange
A FULU SURFACED U-BOAT provides a "sitting duck" target for the B-24 bomber which Is surprising It while
on sea patrol. In the top picture the plane, piloted by Capt. Lawrence Janagin, Jr, of Stamps, Ark., starts
Its run preparatory to dropping depth charges. Note the men on deck.. In the middle photo the depth charges
have exploded to envelop. the sub (bottom photo) and sweep the men from the deck. The undersea craft
was severely damaged, perhaps sunk. These pictures were passed by the War Department. (International)
the amount of wire which may be
"There is no provision made for
obtaining win for farm dwellings,
or for other uses not directly re-
We Keep Pearce's
Uniforms Snow White
(As Recorded to Monday Noon
Of This Week)
VV. W. Hicks, et ux to Chas. B.
Fullam, et ux.
R. O. Carswell, et ux to J. R.
William Wells, et ux to W. R.
Bramlett, et ux.
Lloyd L. West, et ux to H. M.
Sisk, et ux.
R. H. Allen, et ux to WUliam
Wells, et ux.
G. R. Davis, to G. C. Hardin, et
O. T. Bright, et ux to Carl Clif
ton Miller, et ux.
G. C. Hardin, et ux to A. L. Bran
son, et ux.
Oscar W. Banks, et ux to Em
mette Luther Lillard.
Laura Abbott to Noel Fisher, et
lated to the food production pro
gram," he declared.
Farmers need not apply under
this procedure for certain small
purchases of wiring materials, he
said, as a farmer may purchase up
to 75 feet of insulated copper wir
ing, except for household use, by
certifying to his local dealer that
he is a farmer and needs the equip
ment for production purposes.
Certificates issued for purchase
of copper wire must be surrendered
to a supplier within ten days after
date of issuance or they become
void, he added.
Plus Proper Baking
Results In . . .
Pearce's Better Baked
WE BUY OUR
Flavoring Fruits Nuts Spices
and General Supplies
Bessire and Company, Inc.
You Are Assured of Quality At . . .
Ralph Bass, et ux to Guy Med
ford, et ux.
Ralph Bass to V. J. Drake, et ux.
H. M. Disk, et ux to Annie Boyd.
James Warren, et ux to Lee War.
J. Edgar Burnett, et ux to Ray
mond Duckett, et ux.
Van Burnett to Edgar Burnett.
Lebo Murray, et ux to Cecil Mur
ray, et ux.
M. L. Shipman to A. T. Rhine
hart, et ux.
Lena B. McCowan to Annie
Annie Moffitt to Esleanor Casa
bella. O. J. Beck, et ux to Pollie Dalton
W. O. McGibony to Hugh Rat
cliff. Board of Education to Hugh Rat.
J. A. Walls, et ux to G. F. Walls.
A. T. Ward, Com. to R. L. Pre
vost, et ux.
W. T. Cnwford, M. G. Stamey,
Corns, to D. P. Gautier.
A. T. Ward, Com. to Julian Rathe,
Our Quality is
The Best Available
Can Be Had Here
We Buy Paper, Twine
Standard Paper Sales Co.
Asheville, N. C.
"Pearce's Better Baked Goods"
We Demand the Very Best in - -
That's Why We Use
Products Dijlade By
StatesviUe Flour Mills
This Flour Is Used
Exclusively By Us For - -
Breads and Pastries