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THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1936
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Meet Won By Can-
ton At Bethel Fri.
r-ntor. with a total of fifty-five
t" ca'.-ried off the top honors in
" e't iin'ntary field meet held at
r e! Friday, April 10. Waynesville
C'OIUl Willi lUivj-inu J'vuuo,
Calles Once More in Exile
ia'f.mrth with nine. Canton won
. . . I Wxraacrilln. tk.no
1 i il. .J- 11-
r two. ana one; "ajiits-
'.. won t-ijcht second place?,' Bethel
'i i n t,n two, and Clyde one; Beth
'..n rive third places, Waynesville
i ntuii four ea.h, and Clyde two.
Vv'i' ' '-' ntatives from Fines Creek
r.'uible to be present, due to
rrtiiit quarantine for measles,
T :':-''! meet was the best in sever
veai-. despite the lact tnat it was
;l muddy field. Very few of
' Mrtioipants had been able, to
;i.;;.e much because of the inclem.
wtather of the last month, but,
itriju'lt s, they displayed a. skill,
t'( :. -and brawn that usually results
,,t' i:uch practice.
... I - II' T. .
t. 1'uintiexier, 01 . l. i.
a roup of Cullowhee students
T:lC events and tne winners tollow:
Ha-ketball free throw, Crawford,
Wuvnefville, first, Osborne, Bethel,
MinJ. and Ward, Canton, third.
Fifty yard dash, Hardin, Bethel,
jjrt, Phillips, Waynesville second, and
Wood. Canton, third.
Over-the-rope reiay, Clyde, firrst,
Bethel second, and Waynesville, third.
I'oiato race, Bethel, first, Canton,
second, and Waynesville, third.
Bread jump, Woods, Canton, first,
IvH'wn, Clyde, second, and Messer,
Wayr.e.-ville, third; distance, 12 feet,
eleven and one-fourth inches.
Baseball throw, Hardin, Canton,
first, Morris, Bethel, second, and
O'Neal, Waynesville, third; distance,
U'.ii feet and 3 inches.
Baseball throw, Fritz, Waynesville,
M. Khynier, Canton, second, and
,lukt' Bethel, third; distance 249
Shut put, Swanger, Canton, first,
Shehaii. Waynesville, second, ; and
Siay, Clyde, third; distance 31 Meet 3
Tag 0' war, Canton, first, Waynes.
v:e, second, and Bethel, third.
Broad jump, Fish, Canton, first,
Millard. Waynesville, second, and
.lu-tire Bethel, third; distance 1G feet
II.li jump, Rhea, Canton, first,
Jii-'.ue arid Hill, of Bethel and Way-tu-vlle,
tied for second and thirn,
IMay. Canton, first; Waynesville,
nv, A. ami Bethel third.
Half mile run, Miller, Canton, fust,
M lt . r, Wayntssvilie, second, . and
Ye'in?. Iiethi'l, third.
Throe , legged race, Waynesville,
llr..', Bet lu'l. secondhand Canton, third.
I!utai:ei yard (lash. Shank,. Canton,'.
Fritz, Waynesville. .second, and
1. Oil, Inn, third.
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'Ford Motor Has j
A New Used Car J
Plan For Dealers!
1 Detective Romero
"I am very tired I have nothing to say," was the comment made
jby General Tlutarco Calles, former dictator of Mexico, when he ar-j
,rived at Los Angeles airport, above, after he had again been exiled to
jUnited States. Detective Eddie Romero is at the left. Calles was'
forced to leave Mexico by President Lazaro Cardenas, allegedly be-'
cause of a train wreck which the Mexican government charged Culles.
followers with engineering.
BY ri llM-
w:i 11 CAROLINA,
I.N Till' SUPKR10R COURT.
I'.l 1AI V HOI I M) MASON
W II. 1.1AM DONALD MASON
I no .lefendant, WILLIAM DON
ALD MASON, will 'take notice that
artiun entitled as above has been
mm.i-n,:iM in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina, by
ho n'aiiitiir, to obtain a divorce from
:' (' 'ieferiilant,, on the ground of two
'"s -oj.aration, and said defendant
o. turthef take notice that he is re
'pt.r' ij to ,i linear -it tlio nfTt tha
f tne .Superior Court of Hav
"uuty, at the Court House in
'Vine. N. C.. on the 11th rlnv
.. - , - M J
I ' )'), and answer or demur
vumplaint in said action, or the
di wnl apply to the Court for
'.'K'f demanded in said complaint,
s l')t h day of April, 1930
W. G. BYERS,
f the Superior Court of
od County, N. C.
'""April 16-23-30-May 7.
t -a rk
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
v. " -
Jl.o defendant, Callie Farmer, will
. n.t,co that, an action entitled as
been commernp1 m tlio
Perior tt : ,
W..L r VV- Ui Jlaywooa county,
c r.n X arolma, to dissolve the bonds
. nfu,mony now existing between
.' pontiff ana the defendant on the
um s pf two years separation; and
no-:'fV lndant wiU further take
? tv "lat she 1S required to appear
;-.the office of the CTerk of the Court
Wvt c.unty m the court house in,
f aMiesvilie, North Carolina, on the'
f June, 1936, and answer
ar'-Vn the complaint in said
reqUlre1 by statute, or the
vb1 f .wJl11 apply to the court for
! '.t demanded in said complaint.
in's April 1, 1936.
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Senior Class H(j!ds
On Saturday evening the Senior
Class of the Waynesville Township
High School, held the annual banquet
in the dining room of the Welch Me
morial building of the Baptist church.
There were in attendance one hundred
seniors, faculty members" and visitors.
The guests were received at the en
trance by. Miss Evelyn Underwood,
Senior sponsor, who vas assisted by
a group of senior girls. Douglas
Moore was the toast master of the
occasion. Rev. II. Y. liaucom deliv
ered the invocation.
The class colors .green and white,
were used with attractive results in
the table appointments. The long
taliies were centered by bmls of a
variety of white, spring flowers'. The
program, had artistic covets of flow
ers. During the'-evening the following
numbers featured the program: Law-
son Summer -row, president 'of the sen
ior class extended a welcome to tlmse
assembled. Miss Sarah Welch gave
a toast tu the school, to which Mr. M
H Bowle responded. 1' red. Davis
gave a toast to the county superin
tendent of .-'education and the r-chool
board, to-which Mr. Jack Mosser re
sponded. Rev. K. S. I ruesdale, pastor
of the First Methodist church, made
a timely address. Brief talks were
also made by the faculty menilMTs
During the first part of the even
ing a musical program was; given by
Miss Iris Chatin. M i.-s Bobbie. ..lean
Truesdale,. Mr. Lester I'oteat. with
Miss Grace Crocker as accompanist.
The program closed with the an
nouncement of the class superlatives,
around which there is always, keen
interest. Superlatives given among
the girls Were a,s follows: Prettiest,
Hazel Winkler; best all round, Sarah
Welch; best sport, Sarah Welch; mo-a
popular, Sarah Welch ; cutest, Joan
Phillips; Venus, .Mildred Arnngton;
most indifferent, Joan Phillips; sweet
est, Margaret Lane; most talented,
Jane White; vamp, Conine Wagen
f eld ; most dependable, Jane White;
wittiest, Drama Lampkm ; most sar
castic, Corrine Wagenfeld; most con
ceited Corrine Wagenfeld; mcx-t stu
dious, Mary Ann Turner; best dressed
and neatest, Thoinaseno Stringtiold;
most attractive, Orpba llolhrook; gold
digger, Dollee Marsh; biggest flirt,
Diama Lampkin; baby, Lucile. Mod
ford; must dignified. Margaret Hall;
most friendly, Sarah Welch; gripe,
Joan Phillips; Giggler, Drama Lamp
kin; bossy, Corrine Wagenfeld; Tom
boy, Joan Phillips; most athletic,
Sarah Welch; Chatterbox, Drama
Those rating superlatives among
the boys were: Best looking, Douglas
Moore; best all i,iund, Lawson Sum
nierrow; best sport, Douglas Moore;
most popular, Douglas' Moore ; cut est,
Joe Scruggs Apollo, Wade Franklin;
most indill'i rent. Ned Ferguson; most
talented, ,lvhn West ; most depelida-
The trade-mark R. & G. stands for
j Renewed and Guarantee meaning
j that used ears sold by authorized Ford
j deal; i's under this trade mark have
me: a. rigai set of specili, at ions as to
; their mechanical condition as well as
' appearance. Hacking these speciti
l at;oiis and for further assurance of
me iua:uy 01 u. x it. ear.s is a written
guarantee of "Satisfaction or Your
Money Back." which is given to the
buyer by the dealer. It rends in part
"We agree to correct at our ex
pense any condition in this car or
truck which is not in accordance with
alnne specifications, provided that we
are notified by the purchaser of this
condition within ten days from this
date, and further provided that tfuch
condition is not the result of accident,
neglect, or abuse of the car or truck
after delivery To the customer, and
that the ear or truck has not been re
paired or altered outside of our shop
during the guarantee period."
"We further agree that we will re
fund such part vif the purchase price
of the car or truck as has been paid
by the purchaser, including any used
car or truck applied as part payment
or, nt our option, the allowance price
thereof in cash, thereby cancelling the
sale if the purchaser so requests; pro
vided that this request is made by pur
chaser at or before ' o'clock on -1!
, and the cur or truck is then
returned to us in the same condition
as when delivered.'' (Signed Ford
Mr. M. C, Green, luoal Ford repre
sentative, comments on this new plan
by stating, "K. & ',. does not mean
that cars sold under this emblem will
cost more than ordinary 'used cars,'
it does mean the mark of an exclusive
value. It is the buyers personal guar
antee of complete satisfaction in the
purchase of an automobile backed by
the pledge' of the Ford dealer .from
whom he buys it."
ble. Lawson Suiumei;row ; wittiest.
Bill Swift; most sarcastic, Ix'ster
Poteat; most, conceited, I tester Po
tent; most studious, Hunter Henry;
U'st dres.sod and neatest, Douglas
Moore; monkey, Bill Swift; best na
tured, Bill Swift; tight wad. Marcus
Rose; biggest tlirt, Gerald Kathbone;
must friendly, Douglas Moore ; laziest,
Ned Ferguson; baby, Fred Davis;
bossy, Lester Poteat; most dignified,
Lawson SuiiiiiierroW ; buni, Bud Bin
look: smoke fiend. Ned Ferguson;'
gigolo,-. Wade 1'iaiikliu. and sis.sy,
Get Your Car Checked For
From now until Saturday, May 2nd. we are making
a special combination checking-over job at an extremely
A (Genuine Ford laboratory Testing machine and the
latest type wheel lining equipment is used by our exper
Drive In Today - This Service Will Pay
Check combustion on each cylinder.
( lean and adjust spark plugs.
Check timing system.
Check and test battery.
Check battery connections.
Set generator to proper charging rate.
Clean and adjust carburetor.
Check fuel pump.
Drain and flush radiator.
Line the front wheels.
Don't' Wait. . Drive In Now And Let
Us. Give. Your Car The Above Job.
' . (OFFKR. KNDS MAY SECOND)
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rV. North Carolina.
"' Apr 9-16-23-30.
estatu vf s n m j
ia 10 nntitv s
Keep a Good Laxative
always in your home
Among tho necessities of home la
ft good, reliable laxative. Don t bo
without one! Do your best to pre
vent constipation. Don t ccclccl.lt hon
you feci any ol lta disagreeable symptom
coTiirg on. - , "We hove used Tli'c.foru
Black-Draught for 31 years and have round
It a very useful medicine that every innnly
ought to have in their home." writ"' Mrs.
Peirv Hicks: of Behori. Texas. T tuite Ijlack
Driar.ht for blliousnr, constipation and
other ills where a E Jcd l.-nath'e or purratlv
is needed. I have niwavs found lack
Draught gives good results."
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Snivel ose Drops
'ITir ! t
of tv,' 6 .Muauned
tU .'f.,c,!lm against the estate of
fie hem Morrow, deceased, to
JfHnr r: .""-".L"e of the Su-
r hftrZZli 1 i ttaywood County,
''f this V day ot March. 1937,
rthn,titlc Pleaded in bur
'H c'nLr!nS debted to said estate
This ke seement at once.
vrr"1 iviarcn, iar.
.'N- 454 Mar
Ai-:.. VV. P. BOYD,
cead. '"atlruc of s- G- Morrow, de-
All persons will take notice that
the undersigned ha this day quali
fied as Administrator of the estate of
S. L. Underwood, deceased. Any
person owing the aforesaid estate
will promptly Day said accounts and
all persons having claims against the
said estate will file the same with the
undersigned on or before the 16th day
of April, 1937, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their Tecovery.
This the 16th day of April, 1936.
W. T. CRAWFORD,
Administrator of S. L. Underwood,
No. 461 Apr 23-30-May 7-14-21-28.
i a m -.v. &. is vm si - t c 5
d bY li Tra.V.
1 luiiy ' .
II be I""' -
Il&G 0pi3jparsvand trucks represent a new ccr
4jfic ii qjjittftty ih (lie aulomohilc world. You buy
' hxcrtilititPJafh. 1 hey must measure up to a new
in every detad.
Vjfcftf chase, the car is yours to drive for
4iiyi&J$?At any time within 48 hours after dc-
Jjivtjry, you may hrin; it back, and receive your
money in full. And this pledge- of quality in
every detail is also underwritten for 10 full days
after delivery, if any part of the car should fall
short of the standard that has been guaranteed!
Your Ford dealer will make you a generous
allowance on your old car. In average condition,
it will probably make the down-payment, and
you wont need cash now. 'I lie balance will bo
arranged as suits you best. -
Visit the nearest R&G display. See the largest
and most varied selection of really fine auto
mobiles your Ford dealer has ever offered.
Notice the moderate prices!
Then pick out your R&G used car and drive
it home widi pride! Convenient U.C.G. Terms.
This tag on
used car tells
tts own story
W 1 wfcA'w
VALUE CARS AND
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE WHERE
THIS EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED
SOI DfO,Ny B YAWTH OR! Z E D F O R D DEALERS)
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
CHAMPION MOTOR CO.
CANTON, N. C.