1lti?sAVlSTEMBER 23 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
ioe Reports Are Due
i Tenth Of October
of shoes must
., ,,f their stock of
of the close of
',n .,,bi-1- 30- according
tiy the Office of
, f ,. listing the inven
.., ,;!,.! to the handlers
.'J di'ice of Price Ad-
: toi-y Unit in tne
j ;he shoe dealer
t ,i ms in duplicate,
,v to the Office of
, !,,,:: ration mvciuuiy
F .Jr.'. tate Building, New
g;,r'K.f..r.. October 10.
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I hmI Rationing board
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f " , ni. Patinnlno' Order
f5er. tne s.': "".r-v-",-;--
: i.,n.. at e moiiLii a ro-
.,!; 0n a li ne to De nm u
i Office of 1'i'ice Administration.
yoort iv.u callea ior oh April
narind.. hilt th
kit tne o ' " r '
fee of l'i i'- Administration au-
wished to nave m 111-
laBry date lau ai cuu .no
.jil,. and also at tne ena oi a
jter to conform to usual dusi
N. Chas. E. Rogers
f . - 171 1 L
nds lU-uay runougn
liwal rharles E. Rogers has
Lmi to camp after spending a
Inlay furlough with his parents,
kind Mrs. J. C. Rogers of route
Corporal Rogers has been in
. service since July 17, 1941,
i is now stationed at Maxwell
War Bonds and Stamps.
Storing apples ami marketing
them gradually according to mar
ket needs will give the grown-
j enough extra money to pay for
i the storage facilities provided, ro
J ports C. E Van Deman, assistant
horticulturist in chaige of the
i State College Apple Research Lab
oratory at North Wilkesboro.
Van Deman says there are three
types of storage; air-cooled or
"common" storage, refrigerate d or
"cold" storage, and controlled at
"Apples use up oxygen from the
air and give off carbon dioxide in
the ripening process, known as
'breathing,' and we can therefore
realize the importance of the third
method of storage whereby the two
gases can he controlled in the stor
age room," Van Deman said.
The controlled atmosphere stor
age puts the apple to "sleep" and
the ripening process can be re
tarted while still keeping the fruit
in excellent condition, with no loss
He predicts that consumers will
soon be able to eat an apple a day
all through the year and find that
apple just as good as it was the
day it was picked from the tree.
There are some cold storage
plants for apples in North Caro
lina and these will probably be in
creased after the war, by growers
building plants on their own farms,
according to Van Deman. He says
that it is very difficult to market
a large crop of Delicious, Stayman
Winesap and other fall apples to
best advantage without storing at
least part of them in a good cold
Two Local Men
At Keesler Field
Two soldiers from Waynesville
have reported at Keesler Fi Id. a
unit of the Army Air Forces
Training Command, to begin train
ing as pre-flight aviation cadets.
The new cad . ts are; Pvt. James
Anderson Dicu". son of Mr. and
-Mrs. C. M. Dieus. Hil Church
Street, and Pvt. James Lee Milner,
-;n of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Milner,
After 8 days at this station,
these new ad. lit ions to Uncle Sam's
.ver-growing Air Forces will go
to a college or university for five
months of further work preparatory
to becoming an air cadet.
While at Keesler Field the in
struction of these men will include
military fundamentals, drill and
marksmanship, first aid, military
sanitation, camouflage and defense
against air attack.
ALLIES ENTER AXIS-HELD EUROPE
Pfc. ( has. K. Hishop
Home On Furlough
Private First Class Charles K.
Bishop, son of Mrs. Rosalie Bishop
of Canton, is spending a 15-day
furlough with his mother at her
home. He is serving with the U.
S. Air Corps and is stationed at
Columbus, Miss., at the Army Ail
Field. Pfc. Bishop volunteered in the
service on September 29, 1942 and
was inducted at Camp Croft. From
there he was sent to Columbia, S.
S., and then to his present post
Before entering the service Pfc
Bishop was employed by the Union
Clothing Company, of Waynesville
To Be Held In Sylva
The educational Seminar of the1
Methodist church, Waynesville dis
trict, will be held in Sylva Metho
dist church at 9:150 a. m., Thursday,
September Mrs. J. Robert Long,
of Rryson City, district president,
Program of the day's gathering
9:150. Devotional Mrs. C. 0.
9:45, Purpose of the meeting
Mrs. J. 15. Tabor.
10:00 Group meetings.
11:00 Christian Education Mrs,
J. 15. Tabor, leader.
12:00 Chinese Emergency Relief
Mrs. H. G. Hardin.
12:15 Young Women and Gills
Mrs. Dan Moore, leader.
12:150 Spiritual Life Mrs. John
Closing Devotional Mrs. Clare
Luncheon, especially for officers
of the societies, will follow the
session proper, but all who are
nterested are cordialy invited.
VETERANS OF THE British Eighth Army have landed on the Italian main
land to start the fU'ht to knock Italy out of the war After crossing the
Strait of Messina rroni Sicily, the Allied troops succeeded in establish
ing beachheads from Kcggio Calabria to San Giovanni. (Intcniatioiial)
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Pvt. Robt. T. Burress
Spends Leave In County
Private Robert T. Burress has
returned to his post of duty after
spending a fifteenflay furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
L. Burress of Canton route 2, and
his wife, the former Miss Edna
Pvt. Burress has been in the
service since April 21, 1943. He
was first stationed at Fort Jack
son and from there was sent to
Camp Shelby, Miss., where he is
Guests From 15 States
Two Foreign Countries
Register At St. John's
Ninety-six guests from fifteen
states and two foreign countries
registered at St. John's Church this
Florida led all other registra
tions, with Georgia and Louisiana
occupying the second and third
Since we got into the war more
Americans have died on our high
ways than on the fields of battle.
John Morrow, U. S.
Naval Air Corps, Here
John Morrow, Aviation Ordnan
ceman, U. S. Naval Air Corps, is
spending an eight-day leave with
his mother, Mrs. Nora Morrow at
her home on Cove Creek.
Young Morrow volunteered in
the service in September, 1941, and
at the time he was a member of
the senior clasR of the Waynes
ville Township high school. He
enlisted in Asheville and took his
basic training at the Norfolk Naval
Air Base, after which he was trans
ferred to the Naval Proving
Grounds at Dahlgren, Va. From
the latter he was soil back to the
Naval Base at Norfolk, where he
is now stationed.
of Mrs. Reekie Messer, of Cove
("reek, who entered the service on
March 12. 1942, is now serving
with the armed forces in North
Pvt. Messer was inducted in the
service at Fort Jackson and from
'there was sent to Camp Wolters,
.Texas. From Texas he was trans
ferred to Greenville, Pa., and from
there sent overseas.
Pvt. Earl Robinson
On Furlough At Home
Private Earl Robinson, who is
stationed at Walnut Ridge. Ark.,
with the Guard Squadron, has been
spending a several days furlough
with his wife and mother, Mrs.
Ernest Robinson in Hazelwood.
Mrs. Robinson is the former Miss
Pvt. Robinson has been in the
service since November, 1942 and
received his training at Smyrna,
Tenn. He was employed by the
England-Walton Company before
he entered the service.
io Check kRlA
Liquid for Malarial Symptom.
From where I sit . .
Pvt. Albert Muse Now
At Camp Wolters, Texas
Pvt. Carl Albert Muse, son of
A. P. Muse of route one, is now
stationed at Camp Wolters, Texas,
an infantry replacement center. He
has been assigned to a battalion
stressing rifle training.
Pvt. Ernest M. Messer
Now In North Africa
Private Ernest M. Messer, son 1 home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ashe, of
Waynesville, announce the birth of
t a daughter on September 16, at
Iy Joe Marsh
"Well," says Judge Cunning
ham. "I see they've got It!"
"Got whatT" 1 says
"Look," beams the Judge. And
he pulls out an article about a
special kind o' He detector-an
"alcoholometer" they call lt-
When a fellow gets haled Into
court for doing mischief, and
blames It all on a "couple of
beers." this scientific machine
proves whether just a "couple of
'leers" Is really the true answer.
And o' rourse It Isn't. Because
couple of beers, enjoyed with
friends, ts a way people keep o
of trouble, not get Into Itl
From where I sit, I certain!
agree with the Judge. The fellov
with the alibi about a "coupb
of beers" is reflecting on goot
citizens everywhere who eno
a quiet glass of beer with theli
meals -slttin' with their friends
or Just relaxing after a dayV
work Moderate folks like thai
are entitled to consideration.
1943, REWINO INDUSTRY FOUNDATION. North Corolta CommrH
Edgar H. ain, Stata Director. 606-407 Iniuronc. Hdg., Raleigh, N. C
Write often to your men and
women in the Armed Services
. . . keep them posted, keep them
Have the pleasure of in
specting our varied lines of sta
tionery, in several colors. Just
the kind you'll like for your own
correspondence and to use as
y0"' N"sl 1 From The War I)ePartmcnt Comes The Sad News
k Staff Sgt j0SePh H'
fel tW Smith Is Reported
'r Missing - -
; S(iT j smith Wi' Irust that Joe is safe, somewhere, and will come
"A" hack l his home, family and friends here in Haywood.
I KNKW JOK W11KN
...,,. ,,,, i knew im,. wh-n Even if Joe is safe today, he has risked his life as a
h.'-a.h.in.ov. a"t.v.u'al country 'bTy. 'fearless aviator over enemy territory in Europe to keep
He used to iIik n-d W..I1H- t'.n me
and then w. 'd pi ti.-hing. He was America free.
a good egg. Just like a lot of
Haywood boys that are in the (han 2,700 other fine Havwood men are in uniform
Service. He's ti"t old now, about
nineteen. H.- was a gunner mi a todav. fiKhtinff our battles all over the world. Shortly others
bomber, but now lie - K K I ' ! ! I h I '
MISSINC. lb may cm. ba.-k. I may ,)e rcpor(efj missing. We owe it to these gallant men to
hope he dm--. I'm n t trained tn
shoot a lM.ii.be. cannon like Joe jn
could. He v, a- rated expert
marksman at his ( amp in Texas.
When I beard about Joe. I bought
another bond. I felt like it would
xHFHFi More War Bonds
REPORTED MISSING message
will we receive in Haywood."
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