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West Pigeon Area
By MBS. CLIFTON TERRELL
relCrv Nits Walker and son. Jim.
of Montgomery. Ala., are visiting
Mrs. Walker's sister and brother
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh K
E Terrell, on River Road.
Mrs. Jack G. McCracken had as
her visitors last weekend her moth
er, Mrs. W. W. Wiliett, her brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Ellmore Willet and children of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. MacMillan
of Charlotte have been visiting
Mrs. MacMillan's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Sentelle, this week.
Mrs Conrad D. Maney and
daughters, Lynn and Teresa, of
West Asheville, spent last weekend
with Mrs. Maney's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Terrell.
A Wonderful New Discovery
Just Put On The Market
An ointment that has been used
for the past two years by a prom
inent Mt. Holly, N. C., doctor who
states, "During the past thirty- '
seven years of general practice I 1
have used all the well-known and '
accepted remedies for the relief '
of Hemorrhoids?without a doubt, ?
the formula known as SUTHER- v
INE gives the most satisfactory <1
relief that I have ever used." 1
SUTHERINE is especially recom- I
mended for the soothing relief of s
pain and itching in Hemorhold f
(piles). In many cases bleeding
has been stopped. Ask for SU
THERINE at all drug stores.?Adv.
HARRY OLIVER (BUSTER)
GREEN has been awarded a $500
scholarship In the Converse Col
lege School of Music, Spartan
burg, S. C. The award was made
by the Music Foundation of
Spartanburg .He will study piano
and the flute and will play In
the Spartanburg Symphony Or
chestra and the Civic Band.
Green, a 1055 graduate of the
Waynesville High School, was
the recipient of the first annual
Arion award for merit, given by
the high school music depart
Having qualified as Administra
rix of the estate of Reverend Wil
iam L. Broome, late a resident of
faywood County, N. C., this Is to
totify all persons having claims
igalnst said estate to file the same
vith the undersigned at Lake
'unaluska on or before August
1, 1956, or this notice will be
deaded .In bar thereof. All per
ons indebted to said estate will
ilease make immediate settlement.
This August 10, 1955.
MARIE S, BROOME, Admx.
553?A 11-18-25 S 1-8-15
State Fair Offering A Boost
The 88th North Carolina. State
Fair, to be held October 18 through
22, will offer exhibitors more than
$60,000 in premiums. But that's
This year, on a trial basis, the
3taie Ffc.iT will offer a 25 per cent
boost in its standard listed prem
iums. In order to qualify for the
added cash, an exhibitor must start
prior to the State Fair by exhlbit
ting at one of the state's 88 other,
smaller approved agricultural
fairs. The exhibit must be of more
than just blue ribbon quality. It
must be an "Especially Worthy"
entry. Secondly, It must be in a
category that will permit Its entry
in the State Fair.
Those entries at county, district
and regional fairs which meet the
requirements will receive a "Spec
ial Merit Designation" rosette,
which are being furnished free to
fair managers over the state. The
rosette will designate the exhibit
as exceptional, and especially
worthy of exhibit at the State Fair.
The judge at the local fair will sign
tne roseite and place it on the ex
hibit during the regular period of ;
In 1955 Premiums
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The next step for ,an exhibitor of
an "Especially Worthy" entry Is
tc check his State Fair catalogue,
or that of his county farm or home
agent, to see that the State Fair
offers a premium for his particular
type of entry. If there is no pre
mium offered in the regular com
petitive classes for his entry, it
would not be eligible to be offic
ially entered in the State Fair.
? For example: the State Fair has
no class, accepts no entries and
offers no premiums for mules.)
Booth exhibits are also ineligiDie
In those instances where the
entry is qualified for exhibit at
the State Fair, the "Especially
Worthy" rosette mudt be on the
exhibit during its display at the
The reason for the bonus offer,
says Dr. J. S. Dorton, State Fair
manager, is to encourage all fairs
in North Carolina to "standardize
their premium lists in accordance
with the very latest recommended
agricultural and industrial prac
Of 1000 Revoked ij
By Patrol In Aug.
The Motor Vehicle Department |
withdrew the legal driving privi- ,
leges of nearly 1,000 Tar Heel (
motorists in August for drunken
In a regular monthly report of ,
license revokable traffic offenses |
the vehicles agencyt reported 995 ,
drunk driving convictions, the .
second highest total for the ypar. j
Such convictions call for a man- ,
I datory revocation of driving privi- i
eges for one yea;
Spec. : ? \> r ?S ?
n liter "U-pen ;^
notorists vith anoihet
;d of two of sj,
Speed itis over "0 it
pile nipp 197 drivtt
Tuckers wi;o were u
Mtscc'l.! us offense
ng afu r oh- s
,-oked 9 v > ofitm
less dr .ii' 3;., trj*
ihd 1 u-' 0(,
sense ' i to? 1
uf rev to 1.U
pensions 1 "til
TONIC . .
25 lbs. FLOUR
NANCY JANE SJ.69
NBC PREMIUM NBC VANILLA
1 lb Box 23c 12-oz 33c
SALAD DRESSING Qt. 35c
GROUND MOUNTAIN BOY
35c 33c lb Pkg
TOILET TISSUE 4 Rolls 35?
WASHING POWDER 26?
SOAP (Reg.) 4 ?ars 27c
STARCH Qt. 19c I
Corner Branner Ave. and Depot Street
Waynesville ' Dial GL 6-8961
IESSO FUEL OIL
I DIAL GL 6-5612
I S. W. Whidden
I RESIDENT DISTRIBUTOR
Wayneaville - Hueiwood mad Vicinity
Serving the area from Clyde to Balaam
Metered Truck Delivery
Office Plant Located on Sulphur Springs Road
I Night Phone GL 6-5750
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/ "Aeaulijul '?Hair /
BRECK f j
* or Normal. Dry Or Mi
I Oily Hair Ml
l' 60' 1
(f SUPER ANAHIST g
| /?P TABLETS i
I WW?PB ' ^?1' H?y F?v?r Relief. HS
BWAjl Maintains Resistonce to
SUPER ANAHIST B
I NASAL SPRAT V
Opont Your Stoppod Up A?
^ Not*. Koopi Your y|| #" 1
fcajja "Drip Zono" CUor. y
Listerine .... 49c
Gleem . . . 47c
Ex-Lax*. ... 28c
Alkaseltzer. . 54c
Murine .... 54c
SSS Tablets $1.19
Lavoris . . ; . 49c
D-Con . . . $1.69
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lake a good look at these big values ? then put a visit to 1
^ I SJMTH'E on your shopping list. For here. ALL your favor- I
/ ite nationally advertised health and beauty aids are sold at
^p._/ low-as-possible prices ? a policy that has made our name jj 1
" synonymous with saving on all drug store merchandise. Come I
1 see for yourself ? you'll be convinced that we oiler top qualiy \ 1
|i at the bottom prices. 1
I j WITCH HAZEL I I
CASTILE SOAP JJc ! I
.Nail Polish Remover * 1
CUTEX IQc j
FLASH BULBS :??No.5 J 3c 1
Pin Curl \
Home permanent f- 1
PIN-IT $?.50 j?| 1
HOT WATER BOTTLE "70c ^ |
S&L yniVL (DsluLlal, vcwh \ ^
One of she moil valuable assets a person may p .. w
good looking leelh. To have poor feerh. is in m ((
neglect and carlessness. If your Iceth ore in r ei
means seo your lamily denliil without delay.
Modern dentistry, through developments made in re< l.
results thot a generation ago
would have been considered
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LET SMITH'S FILL YOUR
Three Registered Pharmacists
$1.00 Cara Nome
CREAM DEODORANT C
Ladies' and Men's
PLASTIC BILLFOLDS 0
INDIAN RIVER MEDICINE S j
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 4
YEAST TAB 2
HAND CREAM 5
2 Cells (With (latteries)
I D&BY OIL |
149c ||| i
1 m NURSED
r| Easy to Use...
Easy to Read...
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BRINGS QUICK I I
HEADACHE RELIEF I I
.?Tablef$ or 1
/ Powder ?gV| 1
#L".r .. M ??(? ^
DENTAL CREAM I
1Ectrr 63c 1
| Brand SALVE
Soothing relief for
| chaps and
y skin 4H0
\ irritations. HlJ
i \ MAX FACTOR I I
\| "?EE RED" I \
\ LIPSTICK I 1
I "Stay-on ^ |0 1 \
| lustre" K I
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BOX OF 10 *
BOX OF 40*t ?
Roll Of 8
OR LATHER CI
? Waterproof and washabfo
? Strong and full-cut for #
? Odorless and acid-proof
? Coal and non-chafing
r ? ?
'~ii iSft '
100 Tab 59c
100 Tab 98c
C| (Upset Tammy)
Vu2?J 4-oz 59c
" i Alophen
JXl PILLS ?
% ^ Aspirin
Son" I (
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