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Watauga Democrat. (Boone, Watauga County, N.C.) 1888-current, July 25, 1935, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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PAGE T*'C Items front The Democrat of July 23, 1896. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Coffey are visiting friends and relatives in Wilkes County. B. B Dougherty will again open school at Globe Academy. School foe gins August 10th. D. H. Hill, professor of English In the A. & M. College at Raleigh, is at Blowing Rock for a short rest. He gave our office a pleasant call on Tuesday. Judge Greene is with us again for a few days. The Argus at Asheboro had this to say about him last week: Hia Honor's charge to the Grand Jury was able and earnest and listened to with marked interest and atZIONVILAJ5 NEWS Mr and Mrs. Howard Greer had as their guests Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Lon Church from Hcrrin, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Young from St. Louis, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Church and family. Mountain City: Messrs. N. M. and John Church, Mabel; Mrs. W. S I'enn and children, Shelton Jr.: and Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Greer or Zior.ville. Messrs. Will Miller and Carl Wiley , from Soldiers Home at Johnson City spent the week-end with Mr. Miller's family here. Mr. A. J. Mays was called to Beaver Dam last week due to the death of his mother. Mrs. Charles Isaacs ami sons, Greer and Bobby, from Cincinnati i Ohio, arrived here last week. Mrs. 1 Isaacs returned to her home Friday,1 leaving her sons with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Greer, until early fall. Mrs. Faye Warner had as dinner guests Sunday Mrs. Anna Mae Hagan and daughter, Eloise, from Johnson City, Mr. and Mrs Justin Smythe and Mr. Frank Smythe of Mountain City. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Osborne and son, Zeb, and Misa Madge Reeee of Bristol were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Reece here. Miss Dollic Warner came up from Klngsport. Tenn.. Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Faye Warner. Miss Nell Thomas, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. Bill Thomas, was married I Saturday evening to Mr. James Mof- j fett of Morg&nton. The newly-weds i left Sunday for Morgar.ton where j they will make their home. ] Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duncan and j Fred Castle of West Jefferson visited! relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs S. L. Walker were guests for a short time Friday evening of Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Wilkinson. They were en route to their home in Roanoke, Va... after spending' the past ween as guests of friends in Atlanta. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Hodge of Mabel were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Greer Saturday evening. def.p gap news Doris Davenport, littie daughter of Mrs. Cleo Davenport, has been quite ill for the past few weeks. Her condition is very serious at this time. Mr. Earl Reeves of near Laurel Springs, Ashe County, spent Sunday night at the home of J. E. Luther. Mrs. Betty Williams of Knoxville is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wellborn. Mrs. Williams was formerly Miss Betty Wellborn. Mrs G. O. Triplett spent a few days last week with relatives at Mt. Zion. ilia. C. M. Miller and Mrs. W. S. Moretz snent ?*? c j mgut. wic.ii ears. Cleo Davenport.. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Miller visited! Mr. VV. D. Lookabill and family Sunday. Miss Lillian Miller spent Thursday nighc with Mrs. E. l" Stewart. Mr and Mrs. Howard Taylor visited Mrs. Taylors' parents, Mr. and Mm. G. A. Greene of Stony Fork on Sunday. Miss Ruby Church, who has been quite ill for the past few days, is very much improved. WHAT MAKES YOUR FACE IX)OK THE WAY IT DOES? Describing discoveries about a little gland at the base of the brain which takes your head when a baby and sculptures it until you've grown up. One of the many interesting stories in the July 28th issue ot the American Weekly, the big magazine which comes every week with the BALTIMORE SUNDAY AMERICAN. Get your copy from your favorite newsdealer or newsboy. LIVESTOCK SALE at SHOUNS, TENN. EVERY WEDNESDAY Throughout The Season As usual, we will have buyers for all classes of stock, and guarantee the full market price to the seller. Remember ... a sale every Wednesday. Shouns Livestock Co. I Shouns, Tennessee 1 I tention. Judge Greene represents the Tenth Judicial District, lives ir. the . Town of Boone. Watauga County, and is a fair-minded, cultured, commonsense, good-looking man and looks ! like a Judge. i From SandsV. Our community is improving some. There is a good Sunday School at Howard's Creek churcn. E. J. Morris is a good superintendent. Rev. Harrison Farthing is pastor of the church. He is modest, stu| dious, consecrated and is improving I all the while. A. W. Beach is being spoken of for j representative. He is the best posted j politician in the county. He is a farmer. a laboring man, and a most ex| cellent citizen. Nominate him and see j the people rally one time more. VALLE CRUCIS NEWS | On Friday night a number of young folks enjoyed a hay ride and picnic : iUn ? aivunu UIC VJittllU-iaUICl. Mrs. T.ula Moore has returned to her home in Lenoir after having: visited with friends and relatives here for a few days. The Boone bowling team won over the Lenoir team in a contest on Friday night. Mrs. Sumter Brawley of Durham is spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Will Baird. Mr. Lester Thornton of Charlotte spent the week-end in the valley with his wife and baby. The Epworth League was very fortunate in securing him to sing some special selections at their Sunday night meeting. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Olser, for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thornton of Charlotte. Dinner guests at the T. C. Bairds Sunday were Miss Mollie Townsend and her friend, Mr olan, of Seattle, Wash. Miss Wiilie Mae Brown has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Vv. Mast for the summer. Miss Nell Lewis of Pocatello. and Miss Lima Lewis of Butler, Tenn., have been gueats ui Miaa Ltrla TtS-1 ter for a few days. Mr. Frank Baird, who has been] visiting hi3 homcfolks for a few days, I returned to Asheville to resume his work a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilkes and daughter, Miss Carrie Mclvor, returned to their home in Charlotte after spending a few at the Valle Crucis School. Mrs. E. T. Hopkins and Rev. Mr. | Butt left Monday to spend a few idays at Kanuga. ! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mast, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thornton at dinner on Monday. Mrs. E. P. Lund and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mast spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira T. Jonnston of Jefferson, j Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Farthing and I daughters, Katie and Mary, Missj Mary Gower, Miss Kathryn Lowrance and Miss Laura Farthing motored to Burnsville for a picnic dinner Sunday. . wuere uiey met. cilenn Farthing, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Frank'.in of Brevard. CAMP FIRE GIRLS MEET The Camp Fire Girls met at Mrs. Garbees" home on Wednesday, the 17th, at 4 o'clock. Officers were elected as follows: Nar.cy Mullins. president: Mary Dunkley, vice-prcside'rtt; Annelle Beach, secretary; Margaret Smith, treasurer: Grace Council! reporter. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS via. LINVILUE RIVER RAILWAY Beginning Sunday, Juiy 28, anu continuing through August each ' Sunday we will operate an ex- I 1 cursion train from Boone to Johnson City and return over the most | scenic railway in Eastern America. The train will leave Boone at 8 a. m.; reach Johnson City about 12 noon: leave at 2 p. m., I arriving back in Boone about 6:30 I p. m. The Fare Will Be $1.00 for the Round Trip. People of this section as well as visitors would greatly enjoy this trip which carries one over the Grandfather Mountain through famed gorges and mountain passes, and comprises a riav ?-?f . me pleasure. I Any additional information will be gladly furnished. Linville River Railway Co. Herman Wilcox, Agent K. I. DACUS U. S. Government Trained Radio Engineer with Fourteen Years of Experience. Expert Radio Repairing on All Makes Located at NEW RIVER LIGHT AND I TOWER COMPANY Main Street Phone 60 I BOONE, N. C. WATAUGA DEMOCRAT?EVE! j BENEFIT FARM PAYMENTS REACH A HICE TOTA] During the period from July 1, 1934 through May, 31, 1935, the Agricul tural Adjuainient Administration ha; paid to North Carolina farmers ii rental and benefit payments the hug sum of S13,042,S9S.44. These payments consisted of S4, 615,754,76 for the cotton program 1551,192.12 for the wheat program |S7. 674.014.12 for the tobacco pre | gram and 5701,937.44 for the cor hog program. In addition to thes payments, tne aaa nas paid, durinj the same period, the sum of S1.011. G07.9S to county and community com mitteemen and to various persona en gaged in compliance work and cleri cal work in the crop adjustment pro gram. Many of the persons benefit ing from this latter payment wer those needing work and were large ly from farms of the State. A study of AAA work in Norll Carolina this year also reveals thai farmers are co-operating in the ad jus'.ment program more heartily thar ever before. Few violations of contracts have been found by those now engaged in compliance activity. The growers have planted the acreage they agreed to plant and the few instances where there has been overplanting has been due largely to errors in estimating the acreage. Extension workers also report that farmers are deeply concerned about the future of the AAA program. The numerous attacks designed to destroy the program by clmiminating Quail's Sasen Bareai HAS SPEC1 i ICE BOXES UNTII A Lot of Good Wash Special Low Prices c House and Graph; Tl Look fot I "."V.'r ...Then You Square Deai is more thar rising slogan to the buye car! It's an honest guide ti find a car that is ? in fir chanical condition ? tha actually reconditioned ti 20 operations listed at t and one that represents for dollar value. Square Deal used ca bought from FORD Dea ?no used car can carry i Deal seal unrii it has been reconditioned and passed by expert mechanics?TTi given a solid guarantee b^ dealer that you can depe NEXT TO NEW, A ! DANIEi ON THE Ain-Frtd iY THURSDAY?BOONE, N. C. the processing taxes are reported t< r.; be attracting the attention of th I busiest farmers. Their votes in th' , | recent referenda show positively tha - j mcy want cne aujusimeni program J amtiniw) and they are hopeful tha a | the amendment now before Congres e 1 will make the original act constitu tional so that the program will no _; be hampered in the future. ENJOYING A HOUSE PARTY ''m The following young iauies fror n Boone and surrounding communities e most of whom are teach "rs, are er joying a house party at Carolin Beach this week: Miss Winnie Thorn burg, Mrs. Coy I. Billings, Miss Mil dred Griffin, Mis3 Anna Mae Sher wood. Mrs. G. P. Spainhour, Miss Vir ginia Shipley. Miss Maude Crawforc Miss Genevieve Rombo, Miss Aim; e Slemp. Miss Constance Shoun, an Mrs. James B. Mast. ?Wilmington Star-New i I ?? I $1.R0 PACKAGE, now $1.00 ] $1.00 PACKAGE, now _.60e | BOONE DRUG CO. The KEXALi. Storo nent Furniture ! n Store AL PRICES an - THEY ARE SOLD. i Stands at Low Prices. m Pianos and Organs. Car Radios. Blphones. sisSed ' the Above Can Be Sure of Y< i an adver- It isn't necessary t r of a used take costly chances. ' sure way to buy a use a help you Square Deal used a st rate me- dealer is offering todat has been to find the make an irough the want at the price yo> he right? Many late models of p true dollar have been turned ir T? t T T ? vuru v-as?useacars rs may be dom be found for sale; XERS only Prices are low. E; the Square be arranged. thoroughly In audition to Squ inspection cars, Ford dealers are ten you are ited number of cars 'yourFord are priced for quick nd on. real bargains. SQUARE DEAL USED C/ L BGGNE MO I Wertafc Ttfeed*? Evening#?Colombia Network? > An increase of 14 to 24 bushels of i e wheat an acre from top-dressing with c a 1 Itn nn>.nJ? e j.jLuv yviAijuJ k/a. iuu<tkv Vi WUtt vvoa l\'~ t t ported by W. B. Riddle of Cumberland r '1 ^S80.00 COMPLETE WITH BATTERIES (With Phi/coAllwanAtrtelSOO) PHI LC O 653 F New "1i?}anced" icnlnres include Precision Radio Dial. Automatic Aerial Selector. Full Automatic Volume Control. Tone Control. Permanent Field Dy- X namic Speaker. "Plan-in" B and C Power Unit and long-life A Power unit ncauuiui lioor type Walnut I cabinet. PHILC0 623B ?^4 C This handsome AmeHer.n vF 9 and Foreign Baby Grand has all the "balanced" COMPLETE features described above. WITH Walnut cabinet of latest BATTERIES design. (With Philco All-wc Aerial $00) ! r , Also Philros which include reception of tho new U. S. Govt- Weather Forecasts! Liberal Trade-in Aliowanci EASY TERMS Farmers Ha C-i - - * supply ui BOONE, . II all squai . cars andti 3621 through t 20 reco! &ur Car oper , , 1. Clean and Wash 0 gamble and 2. Clean and Paint I Fake this safe* 3. Recondition Mot< d car. See the 4" "'conditioning of it j sary irs your Ford 5. Recondition Rear y. You are sure Recondition Front d model you 7 Recondition Steer 1 want to pay. 8. Chedc All Wheels )Opular makes ^ Check A.ll Brakes . .l 10. Check Paint?repa t for the new 11. Chedc Top careful that could sel- 12. Check end Clean ' i few years aco. Chedc Lights term* r^.-* Chedc Windshield y tefmS '5. Check Tires-repl, 16. Lubricate thoroug iare Deal used D. Drain, Flush and I 18. Flush and check 1 offering a lim- 19. chedc Battery "as is." These 20. All Square Deal C sale and are ALL SQUARE I TESTED ON FO iR IS BEST TOR. CO., Boon -Ever? <!* except Sunday?-United Preaa New* Release II iH JULY 25, 1935 ? ?= bounty. The demonstration wia contacted in co-operation with the ChU an Nitrate of Soda Educational Bueau. NEW 1936 1ATTERY- OPERATED PHILCO PNJOY thrilling broadu casts from abroad?plus 'our favorite American irograms?with an ecolomical, quality-built 1936 'hilco, designed especially or unwired homes! Mar elous perf ormance ? suicrb tone! Lowest cost batery set operation In all 4 adio! =* rdivare & ympany N. C. IS I fi *0^ H A- & gp|S|iS^ M xtra\ > LLAR } ALU H J ? I ie deal USED I SUCKS ARE PUT HE FOLLOWING UMTIAUIUO iwh a ivitn^V ATIONS: Body-Chassis <4otor >r where necessary Transmission where neecs* Axle where necessary * Construction where ncccsing where necessary t int where necessary ly Upholstery j I Winers ice where necessary lefili Cranlccase tidiitor !ars Road-tested SEAL USED CARS >RD LABORATORY ,T SET rw IT r u^9 n* v# ^ WBT?5:45 P-Vi.

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