North Carolina Newspapers

    ,4V SEPTEMBER 16, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mr n i.
eus na winnieni rrom naieigh
CAPITAL LETTERS .
By
THOMPSON GREENWOOD
xZZg AT
t ir
;n Nebraska this
meeting of gov
" M in William Jen-
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....-(ties at pasi cuii-
if hl .. n.iiration of the
. are a .
in tnis one.
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inferences - -
in wnui'B ; "
tiv Time, the
news mas-'ai"' y
nf . . , ...;V. otiH sneaks
.. h ai'h- niwt
1KT I..t.
looking aheau
, f.ro Ilia u'liiii-s - ---
j.,n't overlook - .
.r he is ""''6 ----;.
" , as a bull pnysl-
..j mentally, anu J-
tli ..... C-....L-
M of hi--ability as is ...-
RlHisev, it ui
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l.o niing impoi tain uu
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n 1
.'in r
l.iliy Jackson owns
:,; Mi id iv county,
t.hacco anil cotton,
himself that he
one-horse farm
in mini Billy Jack
fanner that has hit
,. !:(!, farm he owns are
h trees. Frost and
r.e freeze cut North Caro
aih crop to around a tenth
niKil yiel
s a
id:
il
1H Til
Sutbi- n-'-t lid not touch Billy
i,.,!. t li 1 1 acres of trees.
.. .....I .i,-hi.i! :i von nrnh-
tb.. have sold for as high
litlahu-hil on the New York
market this summer.
:!. Jackson made approximately
iifr.iin those ,'!00 peach trees
;rfar. Nw he is no longer a
'ATTLK The Hereford Cattle
,J-. .... .itinn thio VCtQtO
..u:.. . ;. 1 of
i u t t, a y,.
s toiliiv. Hundreds of white
..1 p i. .1 X
rwent.
ifm;:it v in TTorpforHsliirp.
fllC Wl" 1IU IIMIIVIICI V MUIU-
' in 'ni -t li r.'i ml in n TViir fll'P
..jr -
li .-J '( 1 ,1 "1 I III' LttlLltt uiciriis.
save i Due ;i cri p-it rlPfl wiwflrn
1 i c 1 1 i 1
pnnuu'Mnn m oeei ana toward
reduction if inrnniP tnv af-
1h i-.i
MRAP Nnthinir is more cuss-
111(1 ( hsi'll.vi-.l truliiu tVifln ic t.np
J -
' 1 ' ' ' i in 1 1 1 iti iiui i. i
S".F dairy cnnfercnce held here
nv.L- c
Mn Mi. il t.
in i in-1 tiiti huuiui ivy
k liiy m Raleigh, Atlanta, or
fcmnptnn--that when he went
ri.ur, uiey uj(i mm to go
w mhci'. Sonic Ralpio-h wncr
that the speech was
"'"i 1" Congressman Bar-
m geiimer nis con-
'HTiina mm.
313. the leal tii-i'an pmo qc thn
ftrtm-o ,.m. of the best ever
''..ii. y wan uitiw-
in tact, manv ot the
-'native.; were hurrying out
:VA Teil .Tohncnn hot, A nf
1 ill this State wn nl.
".J not iin, iu r.nc. 4
-'"'U!u oiunty larmer walk-
... I a...
-l .M' .nil atl.l hoQtnH ir o C lr.
.... , " ""-ciuijr
l,;lr- Ji'iiiison. can you milk a
'"hiiM.n replied that he
' not ii.. i fni-n. tv,;
,.tj. ' nna 1(1.1; taaiv
e". Mr. Johnson, have vou
' ""'M il a cow?" Johnson some-
-L upset, declared thnf ho hnd
" "iiiKen a cow.
Now tVi,.,.,. -
. uinc vou are. T.nprA vou
farmer is rpnnrteH to
shouted, "that's th trouble
Free Sheet Music
Available At This
Newspaper Office
This newspaper' has just receiv
ed for free distribution, a limited
number of copies of standard size,
sheet music, beautifully illustrated
in colors, of The Star Spangled
Banner and The Marines' Hymn.
The music was arranged by Wil
liam F. Santlemann, leader of the
United States Marine Band.
Musicians here who have -played
both numbers report the arrange
ments are much prettier than the
average music available.
This limited supply will be given
free to adults only. Just call at
this newspaper office and get one.
The distribution is being made in
an effort to get more patriotic music
into American homes.
HOSPITAL
NEWS
Mrs. Hayilen Caldwell, of Way
nesville, operative case, is better.
The condition of Mrs. Craig
Hnulshau , of Clyde, route 1. opera
tive case, is vrooil.
Horace M out e onu ry . of lYnnsil
VMllia, ojiera'ive e.i-i , i lu Iter.
Master Roy Singleton, of ('an,
ton, route
proving.
iperativ, ease, is mi-
Mrs. W. H. llatiey. of Canton,
route 2, operative case, is resting
more comfortably.
Mrs. Howell Klliott, of Candler,
operative case, is better.
Mrs. Chester Ingle, of Waynes
ville, route 1, operative case, is
better.
Ray Haynes, of Canton, route 1,
operative rase, is resting more comfortably.
-KM ,r r- .it
mis. emma uarreu, oi vvaynes
ville, route 1, medical case, is bet-
LCI .
Clayton Moore, of Clyde, route
1, operative case, is improving.
Mrs. Abe Fie, of Maggie, opera
tive case, is improving.
The condition of M. D. Beck, of
Canton, operative case, is good.
DISCHARGED
Among those discharged from
the Haywood County Hospital (lur
ing the past week were: Roy Green,
Mrs. Hugh Leathrrwood and baby,
Mrs. Elbert Lunsford, Miss Frankie
Sorrells, Miss Ruby Rathbone, Miss
Janice Putman. Mrs. G. J. Trant
ham. Baby Dale Troutman, Miss
Virginia Rathbone.
Miss May Grogan, Mrs. C. D.
Reed, Private David Cook, Master
Roy Stevenson. Mrs. R. J. Pressley,
Mrs. S. B. McCracken, V. L. Wiler,
Miss Fannie Sheppard, Mrs. Allen
Hannah, Waldo Green, Mrs. L. G.
Dotson and Mrs. John Pressley.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Parton, of Lake
Junaluska, announce the birth of
a son on September 8th.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Price, of
route 2, announce the birth of a son
on September the 10th.
something about milk and the dairy
business and you, can't even milk a
cow."
Witnesses reported that Johnson
grabbed the man's wrists and was
obviously preparing to do a little
old-fashioned scrapping, but was
prevented from doing so by on
lookers who feared for the little
farmer's safety. Johnson is a big
man.
with you blankety blank birds.
Here you are trying to tell us
rom wnere
here I sit . . i
Joe Marsh
Abernethy always said:
ositv may kill a rat hut
"no car Which is Sam's way
.L ying that when he's curious
y something he goes out
115(1 Ket the facts.
kns our government feels
me way. After hearing ru-
arjout our soldiers drink
2 100 much government peo
er" after the facts. They
rl evident ...u .-
I drink -and don't drink.
r"P Em.. .
Ut "nieni iouna oni
Arnj s the best behaved In
history. More'n half of 'em drink
beernothing stronger. And the
government found that selling
3.2 beer in Army ramps U one
reason why our Army is so tem
perate. From where I sit, there Isn't
much cause to worry about our
'men in the Army. Looks like
they can take care o' themselves
-and take care o' the Nazis and
the Japs, too.
QQQQQ)QQQQ& OO OG O O W W Ll 9 O G QQOQ)QQc
Hudson Co.
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WITH A BUSY SEASON
AHEAD
You'll see suits like these where women are in the offices of volunteer organizations:
you'll see more shopping, dating, wherever there's a hubbub of activity! Because
the hardy fabrics, careful tailoring, and excellence throughout of suits like these make
them the standby of every woman who buys and dresses carefully!
$BS)S
I ! 1
w1
Use
Our
Plan
The Third War Loan
NOW IN FULL SWING
Back The Invasion With
War Bonds
11
If
1 g 'tm
The IVJost Useful
m am
0S! KIM
tw&ty&x&f yvN I w VAX
fcitjK wax r f
mm
Is An All
Around
Coat Of
Fleece
Wool
i i
mm
Officer's Coat
Double breasted, with mili
tary collar, pockets, belt-back.
Velvet
Collar Coat
Swinging, welt
seamed back
menswear pock
ets. Black, red.
Boys' Coat
Casual, yet so
well tailored! . . .
Natural or bright
colors.
Mi
Wrap Coat
Raglan-like sleeves, notch
' ed shawl collar. Natural
only.
512.95 $39.95
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to
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'GOT A DATE?
These Dresses Rate!
Compliment inviting frocks for date-bait ... or
nights when you're doing the town with your
favorite service man. Light-weight wool or
crepes in luscious colors.
$2.98 o $ 19.95
Casual FELTS
New for FALL
These are the hats you'll
buy now, at the beginning
of the season and wear
and wear with suits, and
coats and tailored dresses.
Brimmed felt, upturned,
with a grosgrain bow.
If Bumper beret that hugs
the back of your head.
?148 to $395
Belk-Hudson Co.
"HOME OF BETTER VALUES"
    

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