sTHE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Ynrks ror i
I M. T.ihrarv Commission,
If the ow ...
, u the joint appropriations om-;
few last week tnat puouc i
futw 4 9 147 848 nersons
.raries serve" ,
1 .. iu r.rolina during the past
i, on , ,.
,r and tnat bm
" ...-vice now is operating in
of the state
Miss xseai "
. nmmittee Jin an effort to
k t0l itata'M aid to. public
""'r.. i,i,h totaled 1250.000 in
L. 1943-45 bienniunw Around
N with libraries
0 me" nTarad with - Miss
h tne B.oi.v
M ' . i Mndva1 annrnnrin.
(Under me r
nns bill now being considered by
in 1945-47 would total
0 OOOl an increase of. $100,000
KC &50 JOO" haFbeen re
L.Mted at hearings before the
Miss Beal cuspiayea cimrw www
r ation wuuiw
f the state's 100 counties com
tred with $1,434.35 received by
13 counties onu :
unties in the last biennium
The riaywuvu wu.v
aa f Via lihfattii
brary wus r--
ligt was " ,
tar, after the system was set up
'vt William Y. Conard
Lends 12-Day Furlough
Private William Yoder Conard,
. . . 1 V .... Trti rAMavfi
t the Cove Creek section, has re-
ntly returned to nis post at r on
rd, Calif., after spending a 12
ay furlough 'with his family.
Prior to entering me service
vt Conard was employed at the
ewport News Shipbuilding and
ry Dock Company.
vithun mutches. DODularized
tain by scarcities caused by in
easing shipments or. paper door
hnx safety matches to
lie armed forces, come 360 to a
x. This figures to 172 oi a
YOU'RE NOT TOO OLD
TO FEEL YOUNG
Thii is message for men who haw known
It but no longer find it thrilling because Of
e lack of certain vitamins and hormone,
omone, a recent medical discovery combin.
K ntamins and hormones may multiply ths
mr and zest and enjoyment you once knew.
but vbole approach, your whole attitude to.
rd life, may improve when you begin to
k Tromone. Mow It may be possible lor
fiddle aired men to again enjoy the same
int. vitality and pleasures that made their
iuth t thins- to remember. Added years
mj not subtract from your pleasures when
to un Tromone. the new medical formula
Imblnlnc vitamins and hormones. Follow
fechona on label. Tromone for sale by
kith a Drug Store and drucsisU everywhere.
Tke following reminders of rtionin; dates and regulations arc
revised weekly by the Henderson County War Prios and Rationing
Board, with offices in the City Hall. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
daily, Monday through Friday; 9 a. m. to 12 noon on Saturdays.
Rationing rules require that every car owner immediately write
his license number and State on all gasoline coupons in his possession.
Ration books of individuals entering military service and of de
ceased persons must be returned to the Rationing Board within ten
Blue A8 ' rough Z8 and A5 through W5 (Book 4)
cancelled Dec. 26. Stamps X5 through Z5 and A2
through G2 now valid at 10 points each.
Red A8 and A5 through P5 (Book 4) cancelled
Dec. 26. Stamps Q5 through X5 valid at 10 points
each for use with red tokens.
Stamps No. 30, 31, 32 and 33 cancelled Dec. 26.
Stamp No. 34 valid for five pounds. A new stamp
will be validated Feb. 1.
Stamp No. 40 and all outstanding canning sugar
certificates cancelled D?c. 26.
Airplane stamps No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 (Book 8)
No. A-14 coupons, "A" ration book, good for four
gallons each until March 21. B5, B6, C5 and C6
coupons are good for five gallons each. T cou
pons marked "1st QTR" now valid at 5 gallons each.
Applications for renewal of first quarter "T" ra
tions for commercial vehicles covering January,
February and March, 1945, will not be accepted
through the mail. Operators of commercial vehicles
must present all Office of Defense Transportation
certificates and evidence of purchase of 1945 li
cense when applying in person for rations.
Period 4 and 5. coupons from last year and period
1, 2 and 3 coupons for the 1944-45 heating season
are now valid. The present value of the unit cou
pons is 10 gallons a unit.
No certificates for new tires will be issued
to eligible applicants if present tires can be re
paired or recapped. Any tire that shows abuse by
running beyond the point of recapping will not be
replaced. No, grade 1 tire will be issued to any "B"
or "C" applicant if inspector's report shows four
tires in usable condition. Mileage rationing record
(not old tire inspection record) must accompany
every application for tires or supplemental gasoline.
Used passenger tires are no longer rationed.
New gas and oil stoves are rationed. Stoves used
60 days or longer are not rationed but both dealer
and buyer are cautioned that before transferring
second hand stoves it should be ascertained if the
buyer will be eligible for an oil ration or for a gas
connection. All quota restrictions on coal and wood
burning heating stoves have been removed.
V0T1CE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
fJTH W. BEYER
IHARLES W. BEYER
The defendant, Charles W. Bey-
Will take notice that an action
titled as ahovo has hppn rnm-
Inced in the Superior Court of
ivwood County, North Carolina,
obtain an absolute divorce up
thc grounds of two vears sena.
ition of man and wife: and that
c Said defendant will fiirtlinr
fce notice that he is required to
'pear at the office of the Clerk
the Superior Court of said
'unty in tho court hnnso in Wnv.
Mle, North Carolina, within
enty days after the 3rd day of
Hilary, 1945, and answer or do
n to the complaint filed in said
Uon, or the plaintiff will apply
we uurt for the relief demand-
in sairl fnmnlninf
This the 3rd day of January,
C. H. LEATHKRWOOTl.
Clerk Superior Court, Haywood
f-1411 Jan. 4-11-18-25
M. J. McGaha, seaman, U. S.
Navy, is here after 13 months sea
duty. He is visiting his grand
mother, Mrs. Sallie McGaha, and
plans to leave this week for Wash
ington where he will visit his parents.
Cpl. Henry Mathis has been dis
charged from the Walter Reed
Hospital, Washington. D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wright,
of Washington State, are here
Mr. and Mrs. Gaither McClure
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Derry Norman at their new home
on the Francis Farm.
Cpl. Roscoe Helms spent the
week-end with his wife here.
A large crowd attended the
Sunday service at the Rocky
Branch church. The Rev. Manuel
Wyatt delivered the sermon.
SOFT SPOT FOR MULES
HOUSTON, Texas. It is
the opinion of Director of the
Houston city treasury, W. B. Col
lier, that mules have their rights
00 won a: in en Whf-n he was in
formed that three old mules at the
citytarm had "served their useful
ness and had to be helped up every
morning," Collier advised that the
mules continue to be helped up
every morning. " ' 'v
Lt. Walter Gillen
Awarded Air MeadI
Lt. Walter Gillen, navigator in
the Indian-China division of the
American Air Transport com
mand, and husband of Mrs. Mar
garet Francis Patton Gillen, of
Waynesville, has been awarded
tho Air Medal by Brig, Gen. Wil
liam H. Turner, commander of the
India-China division, according to
information received by the fam
ily. The award was made upon com
pletion of 150 hours of operation
al flight in transport aircraft over
the dangerous and difficult India
China air routes, where enemy in
terception and attack is probable
and expected. The citation read
"Flying at night as well as by
passable, mountainous terrain
through areas characterized by ex
tremely treacherous weather con
ditions necessitating long periods
of operations on instruments, re
quiring courageous and superior
performance of duty, he accom
plished his mission with distinc
tion." Lt. Gillen has been in the ser
vice since December 10, 1943.
While he is in the service his wife
and their son, Jim, are living in
Long Beach, Calif.
The pedestrian trusts the autoist
and the autoist trusts the pedes
trianwhich is why they both are
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3-Yard Wide Tobacco '
"HOME OF BETTER VALUES"
Conunended By Comdr.
Cpl. Wilbam T. Moore, of Way
nesville, ground crew with an
Eighth Air Force P-61 Mustang
fighter jitoup jn England, was re
cently commended by his group
commander, "for his untiring ef
forts irf maintaining the aircraft
on this station in a superior condi
tion and for the extra work put
forth in improving their efficiency
despite accelerated operations and
frequent battle damage," accord-'
ing to information at headquar
ters. "In one instonce," continued
the commendation, "when a num
ber of our aircraft were transfer
red to another unit, the receiving
officer declared them to be 'in
the best condition he had ever
encountered atrplah.es involved in
Cpl. Moore has been serving
with the 853rd F.ighter Group in
tine European theatre of opera
tions since June. 1943. The unit
is one of the four original fighter
groups sent into, combat against
the Luftwaffe from bases in Brit
ain. In its 18 months .of combat
operations the group has account
ed for more than 420 enemy air
craft, and of these over 250 were
destroyed in the air.
Cpl. Moore is the son of Mrs.
Mary E. Moore, of Waynesville,
R.F.D. No. 1. and husband of
Mrs. Mary E. Moore, also of Way
nesville, R.F.D. No. 1.
Bobby Coin. EM 1-C,
Here On Leave
Bobby Coin, EM 1c, U. S.
Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Coin, of Waynesville, has arrived
to spend a ten-day leave with his
parents, from his post at Little
Young Coin volunteered in the
service in June, 1940, and has to
his credit more than two years
service in the South Pacific. He
took his boot training at Norfolk
and 1 ater attended electrical
schools in San Francisco and San
He returned to the States in
October, 1943, and was sent to
E.L.C. school in Washington, D.
C. After completing work there
he was sent to his present post.
He has a brother in the service,
Seaman First Class Oren Coin,
who is . now serving in the South
BUY WAR BONDS
How women and girls
may get wanted relief
from funclion! periodic pain
Cardul Is a liquid medicine- Tfhioh
many women say htm brought relief
from the cramp-like agony and ner
vous strain of Junctional perlodlo
distress. Here's how lt may help:
1 Taken like a tonle,
lt should stimulate
appetite, aid diges
tion, thus help build re
sistance tor the "time"
2 Started 3 days b
lore our time", lt
should help relieve
Sain due to purely luno
onal perlodlo causes.
try Cardul. If lt helps, you'll
be glad you did. .
esc imi otwtcTiowe
Joins Nursing Corps
Miss Louise Hendricks, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hen
dricks, of Waynesville, RJ.D. No,
1, reported to Camp Rucker, Ala.,
on . Monday .of this week, where
she will take her basic training as
an army nurse.
. Miss Hendricks, a registered
nurse, received her education in
the local high school and is a
graduate of the school of nursing
of Mission Hospital, Asheville.
Before volunteering in the U.
S. Army .Nursing Corps, she was
employed on the nursing staff of
the Haywood coXinty hospital.
TURN EVIL TO GOOD
Seven girls of the Lukas-Hurold
company recommended this meth
od of saving money for the numer
ous drives that always are being
pushed. They have a toy bank, la
beled "swear box," and every time
one of them or anyone in the room
cusses, it costs him or her a nickel.
They claim the amount grows rapidly.
COW HELPS U. S. '
COOK, Minnesota. Expensive
fodder was the $100 war bond An
drew Koines' cow ate. First chair
man to go" over the top in his area,
Boine was ,90 his way to deliver
the bond to a neighbor when lie
stopped to feed a calf, in his barn.
As he stooped, a "cow behind him
filched the bond foom his pocket
and ate it. Koine recovered a small
portion of it, enough, he hoes, so
that Washington will replace it.
Try fhis Easy Way fo...
U FALSE TEETH
At last, a tirnllfle way ta
clean false ttttk and fcrdce
work KfcAI.LY rlcan. Jest
put jour plate in a (lass
of water te whicti a little
qaka.artlng KlraauU has
like speed, disnlorarkm and stahas vaay
tok ' the erlfinal dean krlghtnese re
turns! It s easy, cnnoavlcal. Ask lew
Smith's Drug Store
WAYNESVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
MATINEE : Sunday 2 and 4 P. M. ; Saturday 2 and S :S0 P. M
-NIGHT SHOW: T and 9 P. M., Sunday Night, 8:90
ADMISSION: Children Under 12 Years, 12c; Adults, All
Seats, 85CTAX; On Children's Pass, 2c-r-Adult Pass, e
THURSDAY,. JANUARY 18
"You Can't Ration Love"
B. J. Rhodes, J. Johnston
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19
"Sing Neighbor Sing"
R. Terry, Lulubelle & Scotty
I ' 1 )' rt
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20
With Johnny Mack Brown
V LATE SHOW 10:30
"Three Little Sisters
Mary Lee, R. Terry, C. Walker
SUNDAY, JANUARY 21
"Sign Of The Cross"
Frederic March and Claudette Colbert
MONDAY and TUESDAY, JANUARY 22-23
With Gary Cooper and Teresa Wright
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25
"That's My Baby"
Richard Arlen and llen Drew
Charter No. 6554
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RjIjORt'oF THE-CONDlTIOW PF
T' .:;.?i. piT.WAYNESVriXE ,, '".-.'
IN THE STATE KOri NORTHtAfe6lLltlA, AfrHE CLOSE OF I
BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 30, 1944
Published in response to eift saaeU by asrreSW1sj to cswrsmcy, ;
under section S211, U. S. Statvtew. -I ;
1 Loans and discounts 'Including $5S&t8'Hritf& $. 67i4M.ll
2. United States Government obligations, direct and '
guaranteea j.-.n-y.-.--. -yi. t)nv,vuv.vv . 1
8. Obligations of States arid political subdiTlafon 287,8.23 (
Corporate stocks (includuifc- $3,000.00 stock of " ,
Federal Reserve bank)' liUZiZitZL , 3,000.00 .'.
Cash, balances with other ban"Jneiu,o!fne reservs t 11 . V'5 '
. DBiBiice, ana casp items in proaasa oi vviiccushi.- Mistisv.sv
7. Bank premises owned f4,50t).00, furniture anl ' . 1
fixtures $8,000.00 12,600.00
8. Real estate owned other than bank nremises t- 2.00
1. Other assets . , ; r pVt.tZ j y' .
2. Total Assets . 14,749,622.12 '
. . LIABILITIES . ,
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
and corporations ----x-l . . $2,35,452.08
l lme aeposits or inamauaia, jiaraiersmps, ana
Deposits of United States Government inckrd - -
In? postal savings) ...i.i--i--,2L"LlCCw.
16. Deposits of SUtes and political iwbdivlslb'hs
18. Other depftslts (certified snd cashier cheeks, tc.)
, ToUl DeposiU $4,61f ,010.02
Total liabilities .
A ) A
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred
Total Capital Accounts 226,612.10
Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts $4,749,522.12
31. Pledged ansels (and securities loaned) (book value) : ,
(a) United States Government obligations,
dirdct and' guaranteed, pledged to secure
deposits and other liabilities $1,367,000.00
(b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and
other liabilities (including notes and bills
rcdiscounted and securities sold under repur
chase agreement ) ; 117,408.23
(cV Total:: $1,474,408.23
32. Secured liabilities: ' -- "
(a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant
to requirements of law $1,395,861.70
(d) Total . $1,396,851.70
State of North Caiolina, County of Haywood, ss:
I, J. H. Way, Jr., vice president jot the above-named bank, do
solemiiy swear that the above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
J. H. WAY, JR., Vice President.
Correct Attest:1 ' -
J. E. MASSIE,
L. N. DAVIS,
J. H, wopDy, "
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Sworn to an subscribed before me tnW 10th dajrof Jhnusiry, 1845.
' ' ELSIE McCRACKEN. Notary Public.
My Coinraissirjn Empires Julygl8 1946 -
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