PAGE EIGHT (Firit Section)'
THE WAYNES YILLE MOUNTAINEER - :
Public Asked To
Pack Boxes For
At a meeting during the week
held by the executive hoards of
the American Legion and Auxil
iary it was decided to again spon
sor the ' Give a Gift to the Yanks
who Gave" program, which is a
nation-wide movement. Eddie Can
tor is each week boosting the ef
fort of the work throughout the
COOKED A FINE DINNER;
THEN THREW IT TO DOG
One lady recently staled that she
used to throw her own dinner to
the dog most of the time. It made
her sick just to look at anything to
eat. She was swollen w'th gas, full
of bloat, had headaches, felt worn
out and was badly constipated.
Finally she got INNER-AID and
says she now eats everything in
sight and digests it perfectly.
Bowels are regular and normal.
She is enjoying life once more and
feels like "some other woman"
since taking this New Compound.
INNER-AID contains 12 Great
Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear
gas from stomach, act on sluggish
liver and kidneys. Miserable peo
ple soon feel different all over. So
don't go on suffering! Get INNER
AID. Sold by All Drug Stores
here in Haywood County.
The local Legion and Auxiliary
are asking that each member of
their organization and each citizen
of the V.'aj nesville area of the
county fill a package of anything
usiijle, though not perishable for
a veteran, who is now a patient in
1 some government hospital.
Tiie list ol contents of the box
' should he pasted on the outside,
so thai I hi- receiving hospital will
'in,' li.ni to open the package.
If giving socks the size should be
j i;- '.ed
' Among suni'csled gifts are hand
kerchiefs, scarfs, cigarette light
ers and II 11 1 il pack, needles, thread,
and huti'im. pajamas, bath robe,
short warm bed jackets and toilet
i art icli s i.i all kinds.
Things mil to give include sta
tionary as all hospitals have their
(in; no breakables unless packed
in wood or !m: no alcoholic drinks
or soft candies 'homemade firm
candies or hard candy will be ac
Gifts will be for both men and
1 women, as there are WAVES,
M ACS. Marines and others in the
hospital who have also served.
Last year all the packages were
delivered to hospitals in this coun
try, but this year many will go by
plane to distant places, where the
sick anil injured men and women
are in hospitals.
Life is like this: The man who
always advised his friends that
everything would come out all rgiht
1 blew out his brains.
I Tobacco Growers
You have tobacco to sell. In most cases il is good.
You want the most money possible for it.
If it is warehoused under a good roof where it will
be kept dry, displayed under ample sky lights, where it
shows to best advantage and sold by a capable sales
organization you will realize its fall market value.
We offer all these advantages and solicit your
Farmers Warehouse Co.
Burley Warehouse Co.
HMDBAGS Fitted For
Christmas Gift Giving
What woman doesn't like to
receive a beautiful handbag as
a gift? Here are purses to
suit every woman's taste, lux
urious bags, in many styles
the perfect complement for
the perfect costume.
Black and Brown Leather $7.63
Black Faille $4.98
Black Corde $4.98
Black or Brown Alligator $7.95
Black Leather $9.18
Black or Red Drawstring Bags $4.98
Other Bags from $1.98
BELEt- HUDSON CO.
. "Home of Better Values"
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Cash Prizes To Be
Given In Essay
Contest By Papers
(Continued from page one)
own arrangements for judging the
winners in its own school. The high
school will then select the first and
second best essays from its own
contest and send both of them to
either The Mountaineer or The
Enterprise for entry into the
All the winning essays from the
high schools must be turned over
to either of these newspapers not
later than Dec. 15. The winners of
the county prizes will be an
nounced early in January.
As soon as the Haywood winners
are announced the first prize es
say will be sent at once to the
North Carolina Press Association
headquarters to be judged again in
the state-wide competition. The
state-wido winners will be an
nounced shortly thereafter.
Honors For Winners
Since this contest is being spon
sored by all the newspapers of this
state, the winning students, and
their schools, will receive the wid
est possible recognition and pub
licity throughout North Carolina.
The two Haywood newspapers will
publish the texts of all six of the
prize winning essays in the Hay
wood contest along with the pic
tures of the authors.
All essays should be neatly writ
ten 'preferably typewritten, though
this is not required) on only one
side of the paper; not more than
1,500 words in length.
In planning to write their essays
in this contest, students should
consider the purpose of this com
petition: "To focus the interest
of the present student generation
on the place and importance of
newspapers in our modern society."
Then with their subject, "News
Serving the Community" write
their essays from any angles they
The essay subject means, news
papers in general, not any particu
lar newspaper in any particular
community. So, the essay should
be the student's ideas on the place
and importance of newspapers in
our modern society how they
serve the people of a democratic
nation, keep them informed on
world, national, state and local af
fairs; leadership they furnish in
their nation, state and community;
and the general service they give
their readers in all the many as
pects of a modern American news
paper. Each essay entered in the con
test should have the following in
formation about the student author
attached to it: Name, age, home
address, name of parents, name of
school, and class or grade in school.
Clip This Article
The above outline of the county
and state contests represents all
the rules there are governing the
entire competition. The high school
principals are free to interpret this
outline in any way they consider
proper and reasonable and to
conduct their own competition in
their own schools in any way they
All high school students interest
ed in writing essays for this con
test should clip this article out
and keep it for reference. It gives
them all the information available
on this subject.
It is important to remember that
high schools must complete their
own contests and have the first
and second best essays selected and
turned over to one of the news
papers on or before Dec. 15, 1945.
That allows just four weeks to do
the whole job within the high
MARINES ARE BACK ON OLD JOB
POLICING A TIENTSIN STREET as nonchalantly as it there'd never been a
war, this Marine proves the truth of the words in that famed Leather
neck marching song that "if Arfty and Navy ever look on heaven's
scenes, they'll find the streets are guarded by United States Marines."
The Corps were in Tientsin to restore and maintain order, but all U. S.
forces in China were soon to be withdrawn. (International)
ATOMIC BLAST CIIANGFS
COLOR CATTLE. AND BEARD
Following the first atomic bomb
test near Alamagordo, N. M , last
July, the livestock inspector re
ported that cattle had appeared I
to have a heavy frost across their j
bucks. He said the cat tie showed '
no signs of injury. A rancher's ,
beard became streaked with grey, j
AT HOME ALIKE ON
LAND OR IN AIR
Travel will hold no terrors or
lack of conveniences for the crea
tor of the newest "roadplane." Nor
man V. Davidson. This unusual
vehicle has just been unveiled in
San Diego, California, by its de
signer and certainly offers con
crete evidence that there is noth
ing new under the sun. You get in,
simply drive it to the nearest air
port, attach 36-foot wings, start
the 75-horse-power air-cooled pusher-type
engine, rise and go to
whatever destination you have in
mind, watching the clouds float by
"THERE'LL BE A HOT TIME"
IF HE CAN DISTURB TIIE PEACE
In Houston. Texas, the police are
wondering if they can see their way j
clear to allowing a returned sol
dier to have his fling. He wrote
asking that he be given some lee
way in paying a fine if he dis
turbed the peace after being all
through Africa, Sicily, Italy,
France, Germany and Oklahoma.
He wanted one fling in celebra
tion for his return home.
THERMOS BOTTLES HOLD
FORTUNE IN DIAMONDS
Diamonds worth approximately
$35,000,000 packed in thermos bot
tles were found in the Mitsu Trust
Company's vaults in Tokyo.
BOON FOR THE DEAF
A new form of language, where
electronic tubes make spoken words
visible in green light, was an
nounced recently by the Hell Tele
The new alphabet looks slightly
like shorthand, but with all charac
ters fat, and some a bit fuzzy on
the edges. The electronic translator
draws not only spoken words, but
music, noise, dialects and bird
Book Character Contest
Vivian Watkins, Joan Morris,
Laura Woody, Julia Ann Stovall
and Lane Prevost tied for first
place by naming 26 out of 27 of
the Book Characters in the Book
Week Contest. Honorable mention
will have to go to George Dewey
Stovall, Jr., and Robert Paul Young
who followed in close order with
24 each. Suitable books will be
selected to present to the five win
Every Friday from 5 - 5:30 p. m.
over Asheville Station, the CBS
American School of the Air in their
program, "Tales from Far and
Near," a selected children's book
is dramatized. Following is a sche
dule for the next few weeks. Try
to get the book either from your
school or public library and read
it so you'll enjoy the story more.
Nov. 23, Mayflower Boy by S.
Nov, 30, In Desert and Wilder
ness, by H. Sienkiewicz.
Dec. 7, Pecos Bill, by J. C. Bow
man Dec 14, Reluctant Dragon, by
Dec. 21, Pickwick Papers, by
Dec. 28, Taming the Shrew, by
JAP AIR FORCE ABOLISHED
The order to make certain the
wiping out of all air force activ ity
of a revived Japanese intention
was carried out by Allied Head
quarters. Even down lo working
models of airplanes, aeronautical
training and research by private
or commercial firms came under
the strict banning of the order.
THAN ATOMIC BOMB
Fear of an epidemic disease is
causing more worry to American
health authorities in Nagasaki than
the after effects of the atomic
bomb blast. It is due largely to
the enterprise of a young Massa
chusetts doctor that no widespread
contagion has spread from the
death and devastation caused by
that epoch-making atomic blast.
FEWER AWOL SOLDIERS
THAN IN WORLD WAR 1
Less soldiers are going AWOL
than after World War 1. reports
show. This fact may be due to
several reasons. Major General Ed
ward H. Brooks points out. The
fact that the men are better in
formed now than then plays a lead
ing part but other features are
equally responsible. The men are
given recreational and athletic op
portunities that make them satis
fied with their surroundings. Too,
transportation difficulties has its
place in the reason for staying
"put" and liking it.
ROCKETS MAY BE LAUNCHED
FORM SPACE SHIPS
General Henry H. Arnold says
that Space Ships will "unquestion
ably be brought into being within
the foreseeable future." These
ships will move outside of the
earl li s atmosphere and be capable
of launching atomic bomb rockets
on an enemy, General Arnold fur
ther went on to say. He thinks
the possibility of developing a type
of strategic bomb to even a higher
power than the ones used in World
War 2 is almost certain. General
Arnold has expressed his intention
of retiring soon, is was announced.
ROGER BABSON THINKS
Good salesmen and good adver
tising mediums are the most nee
cssary implements of post-war bus
inoss is the opinion of Roger Bab
son, the renowned business prog-
nostuator. He says there will be
plenty of goods to sell but the
necessity lor putting these avail
able goods before the public will
call forth the efforts of both sales
men and advertising mediums. The
world will have to be advised of
what there is to buy and then the
follow-up man will be the sales
man. Both are co-workers for the
common good of the mercantile
Disposed Of By
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sault, was given a suspended judg
ment and fined the costs.
In the case of Albert Worley,
who was charged with three counts,
in the first offense he was given
from 2 to 10 years in prison; in the
second he was given from 4 to 8
years, and in the third from 2 to
Jim Keener, charged with using
profane language, was fined the
costs ol the court and ordered not
to speak to or molest the plaintiff.
In the case of the state against
Wilburn Clark, Ray Clark, Joe
Haney and Johnnie Clark, charg
ed with receiving stolen money, the
defendants were ordered to refund
the $72 stolen money to the right
ful owner, and to pay the costs of
Steve Redmond, charged with
operating a motor vehicle while
intoxicated, was fined $50 and the
costs, and licenses revoked for one
Clyde Hyams, charged with as
sault with deadly weapon, was
given two years suspended sen
tence, and fined $25 and the costs.
Winfield S. Brown, charged with
violation of the prohibition law,
was fined $10 and the costs.
C. H. Venable, charged with
reckless driving, was ordered to
pay $75 for use, benefit and dam
age to owner of car, and given two
years suspended sentence and
ordered to pay the costs of the
Johnnie Pressley, charged with
non-support of his two children,
was ordered to pay $7.50 per week
for each of the children and was
given two years suspended sentence
and oredred to pay costs of the
Jess J. Bussell, charged with non
support of his wife and children,
was ordered to pay $25 every two
weeks, and given a suspended sen
tence upon payment of the costs
of the action.
Lee Warren, charged with as
sault, was given two years sus
pended sentence and ordered not
to molest in any way Zonie Inman
or any other person, and was ord
ered to pay the costs of the court.
Spaldon Underwood, Jr.,
Honored At Notre Dame
Spaldon "Son" Underwood, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Spaldon Un
derwood, Sr., has been named on
the honor roll known as "Dean's
List" at Notre Dame University.
He was one out of 18 students thus
"Son" Underwood graduated
from St. John's high school in
June, 1944, and is now a sophomore
at the University of Notre Dame.
When you hear a man talking
about his honesty watch out.
TAKE TRIP m
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lo visit his br.
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the Blue Rldge pearr:.
said this on, "xs-
thousands of v, . . u'
each month u. .! 10 w
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Miss Mohela M0
to Washington, u.
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and Mrs I.,.ci, . 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrison,
of Waynesville and Canton, an
nounce the birth of a son, Charles
Mitchell, Jr., on Sunday, November
18 in Canton.
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SMITHS CUT RATE DRUG STORE and
other good drug stores.
Smith's Cut-Rate Drue Store
Valley Street, Ashev ille, N. C.
To Receive Your Crop
Friday, Nov. 23
Get more for your Tobacco! Sell it on the Ashe
market! We have paid the highest prices on the en
Burley Belt for the past two seasons.
The Asheville market was established for the Kara
Growers of Western North Carolina. Sell your Tol)
in North Carolina! This helps YOU !
Sales Begin Monday, Dec. 3
Best Lighted Floors . . . Quick Sales.
No Waiting for Your Money.
Farmers Federation Cooperate
By HUTU CURRENT
N .S. State College
FUTURE USE OF ATOMIC
It may be that within ten years,
power companies designing new
plants may be utilizing uranium's
atomic heat instead of coal. This
prediction was made by Dr. Arthur
H. Compton, president of Washing
ton University, St. Louis. Dr.
Compton went on to say that this
possibility of atomic power would
not mean the abolishment of coal
usage. Each would have its own
field. Such as use Jn small heating
units, kitchen stoves, etc. In fact,
he said, the incursion of atomic
power would Increase the import
ance of coal to an appreciable degree.-
With the aid of an ordinary food
or meat chopper the home cook can
convert some of this fall's abun
dant nuts to butter or paste for
sandwich fillings. These butters
may be used in soup, scalloped
vegetables, stuffing, and omelet, or
as part of the fat in biscuits, cook
ies and cup cakes. For a half pound
of peanut butter: 2 cups blanched
and roasted nuts; 1 tablespoon
bland table oil; la teaspoon salt.
Grind through finest plate of the
chopper twice or three times until
the nuts have thef consistency of
butter. Add oil and salt. Mix
well and pack in a tight container.
"The egg is the cement that
holds the castles of cookery to
gether," once said a famous chef.
You may use eggs to thicken a
custard or sauce, to leaven or
lighten a souffle or cake, to hold
creamy mayonnaise. Use egg whites
still clinging to "settle" muddy
Flat omelets, fluffy omelets
whichever you like, the ingredients
are the same. One or two eggs for
each person, 1 tablespoon of milk
for each egg, and salt and 'pepper
to taste. To make omelets fluffy,
beat the egg yolks and whites
separately. For a flat omelet, beat
all ingredients together.
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