EMBER 27, 1946
THE WAYNESVTLLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE SEVEN" (First SeeifcuJ 1
)iae and Dance
... At The - - -
jetty Jean Club
Ai T.'OF guud rwu
Mil.s Out on Highway 19-23
Ni..t.t frcm 5.00 P. M. - 2:00 A. w.
C LOSED ON MONDAYS)
Q WESTERN STEAKS
q SEA FOODS
U.I, TIMES EXCEPT SUNDAY
, ( TKR TO SPECIAL PARTIES
n or Federal Tax Charge Between 5 and
By Mils, J. EDO AH BL'RNETTE
Mr. and Mrs. Aivil Uurnottc. of
Eu!: Gap. "I fiin.. announce the
I "I a daughter. Eileen Frances,
mi Sept, li:. at a Grecncvillc, Tenn..
' The turiner is the son of
Mi's llailm Burnette, and a dis
.. (i ai en t.i ilie 3id Division.
and Mrs. Cromer Chambers,
iid Mis. Frank Chambers and
"i CSde. ivitt-d Rev and
I ho- law in on Sundav
1 1 :'n:s I lie Kiwiii- were Mr
M: -. ii'm law in, Mr. and
I'.d. ar Burnett and fanuh
Howard liocce and daughter. Sarah
ind folks 1 ruii Alien s Creek Bap-
A i so
ft-lftW ' '.t CW fLX CEMENT FLOORS
VARIETY o COLORS
ORS one EXTERIORS
l7IT.H'0Ol; . . . We have
our fir1-! shipment (if these
lew. Iniiijd el in;:, long-wearing
to Clean . . Easy to Apply
nclurtes n few gallons of hard-to-get exterior
bile and a variety for automobiles.
WOOD MERCANTILE CO.
t Hazelwood Telephone 28
Tlie general assembly program
at Riverside church on Sunday
nielli was gisen by the adult group
In closing the program a duet was
I sunn by Mrs. Floyd Burnett and
Mrs. Edgar Burnett, with Miss
(Grace Erwin at Hie piano.
Mrs, Karl Kccee of Clyde, spent
ilhc day Tuesday at the home of
Mr. and M; . Howard lieecc.
(M B MEETS
Tin Cecil Home Demonstration
Cluh me! .,! the home of .Mrs. Thos
'l'ruin on Wednesday. September
! 25. The ()i tobcr moeling is to be
; held at t he home of Mrs. J. Edgar
Hill 11! tt .
During the business meeting an
: in a iiik ement was made of tin
! Livestock and Home Arts Show foi
' Haywood county lo he held at Way
iH - ill, on ( Vtnbcr H and 9. Also
!dis(iissed was the entries to hi
made ;n I lie general exhibit, and
'ln'i I'li'ri. s, and the sale of foods
'at a booth sponsored and donated
j by l he members of all clubs.
I Helpful reports were made by the
lleadois of i he foods and nutrition.
pou:t', home management, cloth
ing, handicrafts and garden notes
"Finishing Touches for the
Home", the demonstration given
by Miss Mars M. Smith, showed the
I me of correct accessories in re
lation to tlte typo of home, furni-
jture and equipment, to make for
j pleasant surroundings.
Hell i slmicnls were served by
j the hostess followed by adjourn
ing the meeting.
A group of young folks from the
Coiu i egat innal church of Asheville
came out on Friday and spent the
night at Friendly House. The young
people of the community joined
with them for a picnic on the
grounds with a meeting at the hall
The group hiked out to the Cold
Mountain on Saturday morning to
view the plane wreck, and returned
to Ashewlle late in the afternoon.
Kev. Maurice Cobb, of Clinton,
with four young people of the East
ern pa'-t of the state expect to
On The Hiiihtv i.y
FECIAL tubs $uo
1 Ssle Frida RICE - - - pkg. 35c
fade AA Beef N" x c""
, PINTO BEANS 10c
jrade A Beef -
PINTO BEANS 39c
I No. 2 Can Monarch
GREEN PEAS - 26c
it) lbs. 43c
Mixture -5 lbs. $1.39
Sugar, flour, lard already added. You only
add liquid. Comes in devil food or white.
MBLEY'S SUPER MARKET
RICHARD BRADLEY, Manager
JUNIOR PICKETS DEMAND LOST FOOTBALLS
:t', jji m
l?! f.V-N 'jfk
: cd almost 32 cents per person.
j INSFRF.D DEPOSITS
The deposits of insured banks
in the country in HJ45 established
a record total of $158,174,100,000.
Statistics of the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation showed that
out of 93 :i:t:i 000 accounts reported.
; 9i 4 per cent contained $5,0110 or
Sprinkle chopped bits of uncooked
bacon on the wanie iron before put
ting in batter.- Pour on batter and
bake. Spread with apple butter or
api icr-nire and serve immediately.
Individual pumpkin tarts make
gala desserts fur special occasions.
Sta ve plain or top each tart with a
scoop of smooth ice cream.
di' wK lsv$
I V W O s
165.000.000 IN l!t)0
The Ceii-us llurean has predict- ,
ed that the United States would
leach a population peak of 105,- j
(MHI0O0 ill 19i0. I
If sheer curtains are lightly
starched they will hans better and
not absorb dust so readily.
Because orant;c sauces greatly en
hance the flavor of wild game, it ij
a good idea to use orance juice In
stead of wan i during the cooking.
Sympatic for the suffering of
unfortunate human beings is part
ALL NEGOTIATIONS HAVING FAILED, this junior picket line demonstrates In Chicago against Mrs. Steve Gosz
kowski (right) who, they claim, has been confiscating their baseballs and footballs. Mrs. Gosrkowski insisted
that her trimmed hedges and flower gardens were being ruined by the youngsters. (International)
A record olume of food and
livestock-feed t i ' o p - is shli oi pros,
peel, all hoii'.di .hlie'-r wrilbir in
some important farming areas has
cut down estimates by one per cent
Corn production is expeiua! to
total 3,H71.7il7.ll0l) lue hols, and
wheat 1,1. 57. .".!: .DIM) lui-hrK A ve
ra lie ( rops were n roi led for oals
rice, potatoes, peanuts, grapes,
cherries and sugar cane Hclativcly
low crops are indicated tor collon,
rye, grain sorghums, fla seed,
buckwheat. di. beans, sweet po
tatoes and pecans,
The Treasury has announced
that the firsl terminal-leave bonds
will be issued on or about Septem
ber 111, It in estimated that it will
lake about seven months to com
plete distribution ot the bonds to
former armed forces personnel.
CHRISTMAS .M All,
Christmas packages for soldiers
overseas may be mailed without re
quest slips between Oct. 15 and
Nov. 15. According to revised regu
lations of the Wai Depai Inien! ap
plying lo Christmas mail lor over
AMIM TI.i: VEHICLES
Amputee veterans, qualifying for
free vehicle.. Irom the (iuvornment.
may take their Hum e of auloino
bile, slal am v. a am, a'cp, truck or
t racl or, acaig'. ! , n , I o a it t.lix by
the Yeieiaiis Adanii' .! ;a; ia:i The
Government's part of the cost of
the vehicle piovided cannol exceed
spend this coming week-end lure.
The sympathy of the community
is extended lo the family and rela
tives of Kobcrl Jaiae. w ho was
fatally injured on Satin day nii'ht.
Mr. James was a tornier teacher
and principal of Cecil School. He
was also a member ol liierside
j and emergency, epidemic aid in in
fantile paralysis, according to Ba
sil O Connor, picsulent of the Na
I tional Foundal ion lor 1 nfant do
Paralysis. New York contributed
the highest total among Ihe slates.
$2. Mlli.fi Tt. while Ihe highest per
capita i mil ribul urn tame trom the
District of Columbia, which donat-
Mrs. A. M. Itager and daughter,
Anne, of Chicago, 111., is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Frazier. Mr. Kagcr is at Abilene,
Texas at the present.
Mrs. lihonie Allison of Ashe
ville. is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Allen.
The Misses Kuth and Elizabeth
Allen, of Orange City. i'la.. return
ed home after spending the summer
at the Prcsslc.v cabins.
The C S. Treasury will redeem
with cash another $2.01)0,01)0.01)1)
of public debt securities matur
ing on Oct. 1. bringing to $17,
4H5.000.0O0 the amount of Govern
ment security retirements accom
plished or projected since March 1
The Army will begin shortly
making selections from among 70
000 applicants for 25,000 recent ly
authorized additional commissions
in the Regular Army, The new
program of appointments will prob
ably get underway by October 15,
according to the War Department.
The 25.000 ollicers to bo selected
will be integrated into the Regular
Army in four groups.
Stales, cities and counlies are
mapping a $4,107,130,000 public
works program to be financed by
their own funds. Other billions
are added to the work backlog by
Federal-aid highways, livers and
harbors, flood control projects,
Federal postollice and buildings
and Veterans Administration hos
pitals, financed wholly or partly
by the National Government, Cn
der Congressional act, the Federal
Works Agency has $(!5,00I),0(I0 to
assist States, cities and counties in
planning non-Federal projects.
The Federal Securities Agency,
in ils lirst national report on di
vorces, has revealed that 502,000
divorces were granted in 1045, or
2.5 per cent more than in the pre
ceding year, which had also set a
record. 1045 was a big year for
marriages bid these lose only 11.4
per cent from 1044, making a total
of 1,0112,331 This was 11.7 pel
cent below 1H42. the peak year for
marriages. From a comparatively
low rale of 19 per cent for every
1.000 population in Ii)37, divorces
rose from the year 1930 on, reach
ing 2.9 per cent in 1944 and 3.6
per cent in 1945,
NO BANK FAIEl RES
For the first time in the history
of American banking, 1945 wit
nessed not a single bank failure,
accord i ng to the annual report of
the Federal Deposit Insurance Cor
poration. The l'DIC is ready to
return to Hie U. S. Treasury the
$289,000,000 provided originally by
MARCH OF DIMES
The 1940 March of Dimes netted
$15, 9112. 150 for research, education,
Do You Need
We Have a New One-Bag Mixer.
Will Rent With Operator or Make You
A Contract Price.
See or Call
OR J. B. WYATT
AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS
CAFE AM) SERVICE STATION
Stop But Once For All Your Needs
Rogers One-Stop Service
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i 4- ,iiasM i ,kis
azelwood's Only Drug Store"
McKay9 s Pharmacy
A Tip To Housewives ---
tores for lia
Take h Twin Cily Bus---
There's A Bus Stop Near Each
Convenient Schedules ---Courteous Service
Ride A Twin-City Rus To Shop
C. N. Allen Co.
Bradley's Super Market
F. & W. Grocery Store