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Graduating Exercises at i
Blowing Rock Friday
(Written by the Students)
The Seniors will give their grad- j
uating exercises on Friday night, May
3rd in the auditorium of Blowing
Rock High School. An interesting and
varied program is being prepared. We
hope a large crowd will attend.
Rev. A. O. Turnbow of Hickory, N.
C., delivered a very inspiring sermon j
to the Senior class on last Sunrfav
evening, April 28. We feel grateful to ,
Rev. Turnbow for favoring us with .
such a message. Music was furnished '
by the Junior class, with Francis
Pitts, Luda Coffey and Evelyn Jen- ^
hins rendering special numbers. Rev. (
C. S. Buchanan also contributed much ,
7-y. to the program. J
JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET \
The most important social event of c
the year, the Junior-Senior banquet, ^
was held on Saturday night, April 20,
n in the Town Hall. The banquet hall (
was decorated very appropriately to }
represent a Hawaiian scene. Palm ?
trees, grass huts and a moon were the ^
outstanding features of the scene. j
As the guests entered they were j
received by members of the Junior *
Class, and each was given a lei. The
following program was rendered:
Welcome, George Sudderth; Toast
to Seniors, Jay Castle: Response, Edward
Coffey: Toast to Hawaii, Grace f
Hartley; Toast to School, Helen s
Gragg; Toast to Principal, Dillard
Kerley; Response, Mr. Mast; Toast to u
Faculty, Francis Pitts; Response, Mr. fc
Bingham; song, "Sweet Hawaiian i.
Moonlight," Junior Class. The menu *
and program were carried out in Ha- j j
waiian Btyle. a
The principal guests of the evening!
were: Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Underdown, c
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lentz, and Mr. and |o
Mrs. A. M. Critcher.
METHODIST CHURCH (a
Holy Communion will be observed
at the Methodist church at the eleven ! s
o'clock service Sunday morning. Dr. j i3
Ernest C. Wideiihousc, the pastor, i
will speak on "The Resurrection | f,
Tv j-n. 11 Tn-? ?day School i
at 9:45. Dr. J. D. Rankin is the gen- '<3
eral superintendent. The Bp worth ' -?
League will meet at 6:30 and the eve- j
ning worship will be at 7:3o. in
j; IMMACULATE! ;j ?
IJ Whether the dress you wish J ?
I cleaned and pressed is a fit- 3" .J
5 my evening gown of the most ^
*1' Holinnfii ? *- n.
J favorite afternoon dress, you % E"
J i may be sure well do the job ^
?[ immaculately Just telephone J 01
5? Boone 68. " el
> LET US DRY CLEAN -J o
5 YOUR RUGS! > p
^ GREENE'S |n
| CLEANERS . S ?
> PHONE 68 ? "
Just as you are loyal t(
loyal to your home towr
It's the place where y<
you vote?where your
nwixcic _)UUl illUltuo livt
I J xiuui aui im;i *_il<
home bank and make c
ter place in which to 1:
Deposits Insured up to $5,0
Carolina Citizens Own
369,160 Motor Cars
RALJE3GH, N. C.?North Carolina I
citizens including: a few non-residents j
>wned 369,160 motor vehicles at the ?
2nd of the first quarter of 1935, including
304,067 cars and 65.073 trucks, .
is compared with 334,714 vehicles, including
278,638 cars and 56,076 trucks
i year ago, according to registration
cards on file in the office of L,. S. t
larris, director of the Motor Vehicle j
Watauga County had 1,000 vehicles.
>75 cars and 325 trucks, on April 1,1
is compared with 960 vehicles. 635
cars and 325 trucks a year before,
md for the entire year of 1934, 1,375
- chicles, 875 cars and 500 trucks. The !
county count is secured by counting 1
md measuring a given number of the
cards on file arid then measuring the
cards for the county. The estimate
hus secured is not exact, but is ac- I
curate within a dozen, Mr. Harris
Guilford led the State with 2t,000
cars and 3,215 trucks; Mecklenburg
lad 17,855 cars and 3,080 trucks; For
syth 14,100 cars and 2,100 trucks;
Vake 11,800 cars and 3.040 trucks;
Jui liani 8,550 cars and 1,400 trucks;
3uncorr.be 10,700 cars and 1,675
Mr. Ernest Eggers loft last week
or parts "out west" where he will
eek employment. j j
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greer left Sat- t
irflnv +1. " 1""
uicn ixoiTit: in \jauiornia, i
icing accompanied by little Miss Da- |
ene Byers and Miss Madge Castle,
liss Castle will visit with her sister
frs. Theo. Greer and Mr Greer for A
. few months. tj
Mr. and Mrs. Dana Farthing and ^
hildren of Sugar Grove, were guests (;j
f relatives here Sunday . ,u
Mr. Howard Cadd of Roanoke, Va. <52
,-as a week end guest of Mr. and ai
Irs. Chas. Wilkinson. ?
Mrs. Amelia Wilson suffered a very ??
everc illness Sunday but is somewhat
etler at this writing.
Mr. Myron Greer who has spent a
ew days with his family here reenLIy,
woa uaiictl irauk lo CiCVC'.dT.Cl,
>nio. the first of the week where he
"Uncle" John Jones is visiting a
iccc, Mrs. W. C. Greer in Boone this
Mr. Conrad Wilson with his chilren,
Bobby and Betty Wilson, Wyth- ^
ille, Va., spent Sunday with his sis- it 1
?r Mrs A. C. Recce and mother Mrs. nie.
lice Wilson. cry
A very successful term of school Tst
as closed here last week by Miss mci
[ary Dee Bingham, who is being
raised for her good work. Did
American Legion Urges
Mothers Be Honored
J. Wilson Norris, commander of stoi
Tatauga Post American Legion, Mon- are
av issued the fftllmuinor o?olniv,nnf ?~
aiding observance of Mothers Day:'0f 1
"Throughout America as well as ^
ic entire civilized world the second dov
undsy In May is known as Mothers our
ay As the years go by the impor- gc.
ince of that day becomes more ap- The
arent and the day itself attains a tf
reatcr significance in human life. It tow
x>k the World War to bring many Grt
t us to the realization of what Moth- Che
rs Day really means. ! 193
"Anything that we may do or say m0
n that day would indeed pay a small rec
art of the debt we owe to the most his
'onderful of all God's creation, the jn
lothcrs of men. Yet we have this hnc
pportunity to honor a living mother i>in
r pay our respects to one who is no j n
lore. We sincerely hope that every rat
ommunity in Watauga County will m0!
II I vjta
UR HOME I
I COUNTY *f
) your family ... be
1 and county. ^
:>u haif from?where I j
Main Street is and Li'
ints, patronize your A
>ur community a bet- **
ive and do business.
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E . N . C.
00 by the Federal Deposit am
/AT AUG A DEMOCRAT?EVE
GOOD OLD DAYS!
I'own Crier Makes Appearance
in Cape Cod Resort.
PRO'VINCBTOWN, MASS. ? IX
/oil arc going down Cape Cod way
lis summer you can hear Amos
ubik (above), official Town Crier,
anging his bell and calling out anHincements
for which he charges
t, length of main Street, and $4
) over town.
School News !
Contributed by the Boone High
School Journalism Club.
Vhoopce! Spring's in the air, an'
won't be long now?er, that is, I
an school will 3oon be out, an' evthing
looks bright and rosy! Tsh,
i! I do believe I'm getting sentirital.
And, goodie, goodie, goodie!
the Junior Class rings have come!
n't the Seniors look dignified Sunnight
at the sermon? And, are
i going to the graduation exe?is?
I can hardly wait to see the
zy looking expressions on the faces
.he Jolly Juniors when we present
rn the cute III* gifts we have in
re fer'em! Won't it! be fun? You
all invited to come. I suppose the
vv will come off in the auditorium
. most tragic thing has occurred
m here at B. H. S. and it is about
beloved Miss German, the Home
instructor. Yeah, you guessed it.
i poor thing has the measles! . . .
vou see anyone driving through |
n or over towards the home of Ada
ice Redmond, nose in the air, and
at swelled with pride, in a new !
5-model Ford, it is Tom Blair |
ore Jr. XJh, huh, his old man has
ently purchased one, and he allows
young: son and heir to sport about j
It once and occasionally. . . . You !
>w there are just plenty of lil* love
is down here at B. H. S. Of course,
aven't time and space to enumee,
but I will name a few of the
st conspicuous ones . . .
JehtoVfc Osborne and A. E. Haniby
e a cute couple) . . . Ethel Davis
I R. K. Bingham ,you can see them
nding by a secluded radiator most
r old time?just radiating!) . . .
3e Pendley and Grant Avers (theirs
i late thing) . . . Edna Tate and
R. Lewis (he has been chosen our
st handsome lad!) . . . Helen Gragg
1 Mack Greer( an interesting pair)
. Ada Grace Redmond and Tom
ore and Dwight Houck (I can't
Lire out for the life of me which
is the most favored!) . . . Emma
ler is quite a popular gnii with the
ltlemen, but 1 don't happen to
>w her "steady." ... I guess I hnd
BttAlist SHE HEEDED
DVICE OF DOCTOR!
<D DIDN'T LISTEN TO
tfrs. H. H. Long of Clarinda, Iowa,
itcs: "Krusehcn was recommended
me by my doctor. Weight when
rting was 226. Weight now after
ee jars is 2U?. Doctor mxya I'm do
,Vhen Kruschen Salts is prescribed
reputable physicians to safely take
fat and greatly improve health?
y listen to gossipers who don't
nt you to be slender? Envious!
Save a mind of your own?get a
of Kruschen today (lasts 4 weeks
d costs but a trifle). Take a half
ispoonful in a cup of hot water ev- i
j morning?tastes fine with juice
half lemon added. If you don't lose
pounds and feel years younger?i
>ne-jr back. Boone Drug Company ]
Is lots of it.
BY THURSDAY?BOONE, N.
better 'shut my mouf" about this subject
'cause I realizes I's on a dangerous
1 am very sad as I make this announcement,
but it wili prove to be t
good news for my readers. . . . Guess! ,
Well, this is my last installment for f
una scnooi year. My, ntv! your shouts ,
of glee simply deafen me! As I leave c
you. I have many good wishes for (
you. However, the uppermost one in j
my mind is that I hope no one else i
ever tries to write such bosh as this!
Bidding you a tearful adieu, I remain
yours till Niagara Falls,- The Ram- c
bier. . |'
J. E. Maynard and His Crazy Moun- |c
taineers will make a personal appear. J
ance at Cranberry High School on''
Wednesday, May 8th, 8 o'clock, sponsored
by the Woman's Missionary So- v
ciety of the Mount Calvary Baptist ?
Church. Every body invited to come.
I IN FACT, EVERY AF
get our stores grouped
sale will only last a fe
FAST COLOR PRIN
HOUSE DRESSES, r,
HOUSE DRESSES, r<
GOOD TOWELS, rec
LADIES' FULL FAS
LADIES' FULL FAH
LADIES' FULL FAS
MEN'S DRESS SOX,
MEN'S SOX, 25c vah
MEN'S PIEDMONT ]
MEN'S PIEDMONT ]
85c MEN'S DRESS SI
75c MEN'S DRESS SI
MFN'Q Rin iAn<r rv
1TIUX1 JL#? Ik Vy
BOYS BIG JACK O1
MEN'S WORK SHIR
MEN'S WORK PAN1
ALL SHOES GREAT
BOONE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday, May 5, 1035
Sunday School at 0:45, \V. D. Far
rhing, superintendent; 11 a. m., worship
and sermon, subject, "The Cost
>f Salvation"; 6:30, Baptist Training
Union. Mr. Herman Eggers is general
iircctor. Miss Leila Ayers has charge
>f the Junior Union. Mrs. Grubbs is
eading our Intermediates. Worship
ir.d sermon at 8 p. m.
During April the pastor and family 1
lined in the following homes: Prof. ;
V. R. Smith's, Prof. Chappell Wilson's j
md Mr. Ralph Winkler's. Our dime i
ampaign for our bulldine* fund cIo-spj? i
?n the 2nd Sunday in May. Let's all j
)ull together for two more Sundays,
uid we will be over the top.
We send our love and best wishes i
villi all our college students who are j
icing away this week.
J. C. CANIPE, Pastor, j
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vauj ~v\/- ?
tTLCLE GREATLY REE
closer together, we are le.
w days. Below are iisted
which must be closed out
TS, per yard only
ugular 1.49 values, only
igular 97c values, to close
luced to only
HIONED HOSE, 69c vah
[SIONED HOSE, 77c vali
HIONED HOSE, $1.00 vj
regular 15c values, only
tes 18c MEN'S SO>
DRESS SHIRTS, 1.25 an
DRESS SHIRTS, 1.00 va
HURTS for only
rllRTS, now only
, nine-quarter, per yard c
12 yards for oqly . . . .
; rr-n i i i c
v li\allo, per pair ....
TS, good heavy material
rS, per pair only
LY REDUCED . . . LI
AT A BIG REDUCTIOl
BOONES FORK NIGHT SCHOOL
At the gracious invitation of Dave
Church the Boone's Fork night school
held Friday night court at his home
Worth Davis masqueraded as a negro
boy. was tried for stealing chickens.
He was defended by Blaine Coffey
and Luoco Church. Lawyers for
the state were Hill Wright and Dave
The four well-versed attorneys,
staunch in the conviction of their
success, battled warmly with loud
ano imgncy gestures till far
into the night.
The evidence was weighed carefully
by a jury new to the court and reported
that the jury was undecided,
which verdict calls for a new trial at
the home of Mr. Dav?* Friday May 3.
Small grain crops over the State
are expected to produce heavy yields
JST GO! ?
Jot ions I
XT. r 1
w ?? a Ji " r V
)UCED! In order to
iving Boone, and this
a few of our many
. . 10c, 13c, 16c, 19c
out for 79c
8c, 13c, 19c
alues 87c I
35c values.... 25c
dl 1.50 values... 1.00
89c to 1.39