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Grumble? No, what's the good 7
If it availed, I would;
But it doesn't a bit, not It.
Laugh? Yes, why pot?
Ti better than erring a lot;
We were made to be glad not sad.
sing? Why, yes to be lure;
We shall better endure
If the heart's full of song, all day
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miss oumeiia ocevenson oi Juds.M
is the guest of Mrs. W. Stevenson at
Mrs. H. a Freeman's.
Mr, W. T. Lee, Corporation Com
miasloner, left last week for Raleigh
wnere he will be this winter.
S. H. Kelley and D. L. Underwood
motored to Chattanooga last week for
a visit with Mr. Kelley's parents.
Dave Cabe and Jack Wrijrht have
joined the navy an they reported to
Carl Phillips of Cullowhee was in Hampton Roaltls for duty last week.
waynesvilie Saturday.' I
1 I Mr. "and Mrs. Fred Henry have re.
Miss Ruth Jones of Asheville was I turned from Tanuta and other South.
the guest of friends Thursday. ern point after being absent a fart
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nujr uavu ox mars mil was in
Waynesvilie Wednesday. Mrs. D. Arcy Williams of Ashe-
Iville rMuniMl Safainlav ft nunJ
Mr. Vtrge McQure of Canton was intt .evBT. a.v. Hfh Mi.. vw.,i.
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'7" . ,7'c' '"l ou"-- Leet are in Sweetwater, Tenn. visit
Montreat with his mother and sister. . ' " ,
i " ". is. u, iitney ior several
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord and 'son aaTS'
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Mrs. Clem Smothers and Mrs. C. P" G- spent everal dy with friend
B. Smith motored to AshevUle Mn- 1 weeJt-
R. ! J.vBryson and' George ;Knlght
ot Balsatn attended to business in
W. F. Moore of Henerietta, N. C
T. J. Harris. J. T. Straiton of Birm
bigham and G. C. Harrell of Card
leen were guests, of Bev. C. T. Tew
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith and fani
iy of New Smyrna, Fla. are guest
at Oak Park. Mr. Smith has been
tax collector of his county for thirty-
Mrs. J. J. Edwards' and two chil
dren returned to their home" in Lo
raine, phio, after a visit of several
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. T. L
Mr. W. H. Francis of Port Chester,
N. Y. left Tuesday for Miami, Fla.,
after a brief visit with friends and
Mr. J. K. Patterson spent the week
end with his family jpn Branner
rk..i t : - i: 1 .
, ;T:I "Tr3t ;: ,:: . J- W. Reed and Sam Weld,
7 """ accompanied Mint Reed to Durham
t t Monday where he will be in school at
Mr. J. C. Patrick made a businejsPuke 0,18 falL
Hill W U1C tlASIf IWI, I . . , . i . . .
the weekl Doyle Alley was contemplates
I establishing his insurance office hero
George Stuart, Jr. left last week this , winter- was a Waynesvilie visi
for Birmingham where he will spei.d lor lasl weeK-
.... Miss Annie Henry, who holds a po
Paul Martin has returned from 8'tion in Hendersonville, spent the
New York where he attended the week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Radio Fair. Mrs- J- B- Henry
Mrs. M. Kifgore spent several day Mr- and Mra- claude R- Smith and
in SDartanburir and other Doints son of Asheville were WaynesviHe
Mr. H. B. Foy, Sr. of Wilmingt.in
arrived last week to be with his son,
H. B. Foy, Jr., who has been seriously
ill for several weeks at Mrs. J. P,
Mrs. Oliver Bayne, Mrs. Jack
HolUclaw and two children, Adora
and Josephine, left last week for
Beaumont, Texas, after spending the
Mr. and Mrs. Day of Charleston,
C, Miss Iaabelle Stone and Mi.
tr.d Mrs. Hunt Feland of Memphis,
are the guests of Mrs. Maud Gilmer
for several days.
. Mrs. Frank Smathera, Mrs. D. l
Boyd, Mrs. Margaret Jarrett of
Hayesville, Mrs. B. F. Smathers and
Mrs. S. A. Jones enjoyed the day in
Asheville last Friday.
Mrs. Same Bethea of Faunsdale,
Ala. has been the attractive guest of
Mrs. Frank Smathers for several
days. Mr. Bethea joined Mrs. Bethea
Tuesday for a brief visit.
Mr. Fatio Dunham closed the K'-
tel Gordon after a very successful
season last week. Mr. anT Mrs.
Dunham have gone to Miami where
Ihey will spend the winter.
The House of Youth.
MISS RAY HONORED.
One of the most brilliant affairs
of the fall season was the bridge din
ner given Wednesday night by Mrs.
Mary Saumerig and Miss Janie Love
Mitchell, honoring. Miss Anna Ray.
popular bride-elect whose marriage
to Mr. George W. Semmes will oc
cur October the tenth.
The lovely Mitcnell home, which
was thrown ensuite for the occasion,
was beautifully decorated in the va
rious colored autumn leaves, golden
rod, and early fall flowers.
The invited guests enjoying bridge
until a late hour, and then were in-
ited into the dining hall where a
delicious six course dinner was served.
tors. Mitchel' drr.nk lie ti.e health
of Miss Ray, after which each gueit
responded with a toasv fv- the future
happiness of the bride. i
Mrs. Bailey held top score and was
awarded first pflze .vlule Mrs. Hill;
Clark t the consolation. In the
gentleman's prise Clyl. Ray, Jr. was
awarded first and Hugh Sloan the
Miss Ray was presented With a
handsome gift by her hostesses.
Mrs. Ssumenig's and Miss Mitch
ell's guest list included Misses Fannie
Johnson, Thomasine Howell, An.ie
Jones, Clegg and Lena Altstaetter,
Mesdames J. W. Reed, M. Woolscy,
J. T. Semmes, Malcom Semmes, E. S.
Hammond,. Day of Charleston, Hugh
Abel, Floyd Rippetoe, Maud Gilmer,
Bailey and Bill Clark, Messrs. Hugh
Sloan, Clyde, Ray, Jr., Robert Har
din, Pritchard Ferguson, Edward
Bjorkman and Day.
The Civic, League will meet with
rs. Paul Walker Friday afternoof,
October 9, at 8:80.
Since this is the first meetine- of
tne eluo year Imnortant biulnAaa will
be transacted and topics of interest
will be discussed.
All members are urged to attend
MISS HARDIN HOSTESS.
Miss Tibby Hardin dehgntfully en
tertained a few of her girl friends
with a theatre nartv Saturdav nicrlit-
Those enjoying Miss Hardin's hos
pitality were: Misses Edith Man
gum, Dorothy Lane, Grace Hipps,
Elizabeth Smathers, Eelanor Gar.l
son, Virginia Garrison, Anna G. Mc
Dowell, Mary String-field and Mary
Barber. ' "11!CO
PROGRAM C? t A! . J :
LAST SATUAt VAFTL v
Opening, words. y should-' at ,f.
times and all places givm. thanks unto
God-JoaepbJnt ChaseC ? ; T
Hymn: In taa "'Vineyard -of, Oec,
Father Children's Cbonw"s"' ; '
Overture. Piano- and ViollniMissv
Maragaret Stringfleld and Mi.s('.'
ney. t O-Wi r .
For the closing hymn: Now Mtef
Day is Over Children's Chorus, y tf :
Instrumental Solo Mrs. Kenney. '
For Rent Five room cottage, new V
with all modern conveniences. Pas- , ,
ture and garden. Rent reasonsbie 11
by the year. Three blocks from the v w'
postofflce. Apply to Wm. A. Batul
Mr. C. F. Ashton, Miss Nora
Ashton and Sam Welch motors to
visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
formerly lived here.
Mrs. D. L. Boyd, Jr. and two chil
dren of Dallas, Texas, have arrived
for a visit of several weeks with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald West and
Mr. Hugh Lave returned to R
eigh Saturday after a week's Visit
daughter of Marrietta, Ga., motored
Hon. Thomas L. Green, who-made here Sunday and were guests of Mr
a business trip to Franklin last weckJand Mrs. H. G. West
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a i Jir. vrouiu ae ixeergaaiu oi Asne
Miss Virginia Rotha spent several ville spent the week -'end with his
days with Mrs. J. C. Kimberly .in I mother, Mrs. Caroline de Neergaard
Asheville last week. on Walnut street.
Rev. P. L. Terrell, pastor of the' Miss Lillian Burgin, who is in
Haywood circuit, of Crabtree, was school in Cullowhee, spent the week
a visitor Tuesday. I end at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Burgin.
Misses Lena Bovck Winnie and
Anna Dee Kirknatrick were Ashe- Mr- Jarvis Moody of Seattle, Wash
ville visitors Saturday. ington arrived last week for a viait
with his sisters, Mrs. J. M. Mock
Miss Lassie Kelly of Franklin ar- and Mrs. W. T. Denton.
rived Sunday to report the coart
which convened Monday. T"6 Community Club will hold the
I first meeting of the year Mond iy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones are mov- Oct, 5th, in the club rooms. A large
ing from Balsam this week to their attendance is requested.
home on Cherry street. .
I Dr. and Mrs. Georce R. Stuart
Miss Hilda Haynes of Canton was have returned to Birmingham after
the week-end guest of her sister, SDenow the summer months at their
Mrs. Brown Laldwell. home in T.ake Jnnnltulra.
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mini ux .J. M . Mr, j .
; "t I,?"!? " homC lotte have returned "to their horn,
Of Mr. M. T. McCracken. at,enHinff the mmer at thei,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson anj cottage at Lake Junaluska.
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ville Saturday afternoon. Jonn J- "e r- ana ran,
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lu.m.r iror ana iwr. ana airs. w
Rev. and Mrs. Jess Lockaby of Ma- Watrons of Miami were week-eid
rion have returned to their home af- guests at the Miller House
ter heinar the clients nf friends.
D O - I . r . w i 1 (. 1 1
i mi . ana mrs. a. j. iruicnneiu were
Prof, and Mrs. W. C. Allen and called to Asheville Thursday on ac-
Mifs Morse spent the day at thcunt of the sickness si Mr. Crutch-
Callowhee Normal iast Friday, field's grandchild,. Betty Walden.
Mr. H. W. Hoffman of Sylva at- Miss Jimmy Smith of Sumter, S.
tended the football game between C, and Mr, Chester Korn of Agusta,
Waynesvilie and Marion Friday. (were week-end guests of Miss Jeun
, i.mith at mrs. Mrs. J. K. Thomas'
Mr. J. Dale Stents was called to Mr. and Mrs. H. G. West have os
Terry, Iowa Sunday on aocoun of thslfbeir honsa guests for several days
sickness and death of his motber, JIMiss Ina! West, Mr. S. B. West and
Mr. E..A. Went all of RirhmnnH
airs, rrana u, mooay oi cTanauni -
has been spending several days with . Miss 0'Nsitvf Atlanta is cxpe -ted
her daughter, Mrs. Noble Garrett, to arriye this week to fill the vacancy
lin the Elemantarv school. Mlt O'Nail
'.,.- -' V sr.. T Vi 41 ST. . I w a
mr. ana inrs. g. D. wqiniwn ivm charw of Tthe six t grade.
W . . . a . . . . . a .. j.. Si ' .av j' l 1 1. J '.r ' v:i n
of Brevard nave returned td their:
home after a brief visit with friends,
rt ij i I Miss Mary Alice, Smith of Durham
Tuesday's Asheville visitors were: I was the week-end guest of Miss Ruth
wiSB amrma nui oannan, mr. ,a rnoiana. S11SS BBUCA Sna JHUS MO
Mr. and Mrs.:J. D. Boons and Eriland are teaching at Allen's Creek.
Tew. W ' - 4 .ar
There will be a box supper at the
Lake Junaluska railroad station Sat-
nrriav nlerht (Vtnlwiip A. PpmaMla an
I. '. ! MrB- M"T Gautier . and ddughterfop benefit of the Boys' Club. Yon
Mrs. C. A. Black has returned to ot Miamtrleft Saturday for Hot .r.
ner pome . - wwr apenaing several . spnngsK tk .wnere the will spetd
weeks ; in- Florida and other. Southern 1 a -month before returning - to their
points. ' ""H--.r.vp..; -X jhomev !i - ' -: & t.
Bishop Denny of Richmond arrived
Saturday to be present for the ded
ication service at the Methodist
church. Bishop Denny was a guest
of Rev. and Mfs. P. W. Tucker.
Mrs. R. L. Allen, Mrs. Rufus Siler,
Mrs. C. H. McDowell, Mrs. C. E.
Quinlan and Mrs. W. H. Liner mc
tored to Sylva Friday to attend the
Woman's Club at Mrs. E. L. McKec's.
Mrs. W. M. Stevenson and youn
daughter of Bryson City are the
guests of Mrs. H. B. Freeman for
several days. Mrs. Stevenson w.'.s
Miss Josephine Siler before her mar
riage. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Berry and son
Frederick Terry of St. Cloude, Flu
were guest i of Mrs. Berry's sister
Mrs. Jim Stringfleld and Miss Lena
Altstaetter. ifor several days last
Those attending Fields Minstrel
in Asheville Friday night were: Dr.
and Mrs. Alexander, Mr. and Lon
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Band, Wilda Crawford and Dr. J. Ii.
Miss Pauline Noland and two guests
Misses Bernce Grady
MRS. STENTZ HOSTESS.
Mrs. J. Dale Stentz delightfully en
tcrtained several of her friends with
a six course buffet dinner at her
home in Lake Junaluska Thursday
The home was lovely in its deo
ations of early fall flowers, bearing
out the color note of yellow and
white. The table was especially
beautiful with its cloth of cluny lace
and decoration of yellow candles and
Those fortunate enough to be the
guests of Mrs. Stentz were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Ivey of Charlotte, Mr
and Mrs. Frank Jackson of Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Adams of Clear
water, Fla., Dr. and Mrs. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Thurston B. Price, Mis.
D. M. Moffitt of Texas, Miss Mary
Gunnel and George Stuart, Jr. of
The Woman's Club held is regu'ar
meeting Thursday afternoon at tiv
high schools A motion was ma
by the club members that they su
pervise the beautifying of the s.mooI
grounds by planting some native
shrubbery. After the business rou
tine, Miss Edwards, instructor ef
Domestic Science, gave an excell-i
address on the "Nutritive Value of
and Edna the Various Food." Miss Edward.
Wideman, Kenneth Ferguson and , emphasized the importance of a well
Kalston Campbell attended the foot-. balanced meal, and how certain fooJ.
ball game in Asheville Saturday o
tween Mars Hill and Oak Ridge.
Mrs. W. K. Liner. Mrs. Haye!
Alley and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Liner
perform various functions in the
body of the high school students,
body with four high school studor.ts
she gave a demonstration of 'vVil
appointed meal with the various
motored to Baltimore, Md. Saturday, tourses, and table etiquette.
Joe Liner will enter school this fail During the social half hour an
in Baltimore, while Mrs. Liner and
Mrs. Alley will visit for several weeks
Miss Pauline Noland who is at
tending school at Mars Hilll this
fall spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Noland,
and had as her guests Misses Bernic?
Gaddy ahd Edna Wideman.
The Asheville Citizens says: Clos
ing an unprecidented tourist season,
Waynesvilie, North Carolina's most
&Ititudious city and one of its most
attractive places, reports sales of
$1,600,000 worth of land there in the
last four months; it will soon be
worth much more.
a a a. a '
Mrs. Margaret E. Jarrett of Hayes
ville was the' guests of her siste.t
Mrs. D. L. Boyd and Mrs. B. F.
Smathers, a' few days .last weeV
Mrs. Jarrett is a most estimable
lady; was born and reared in Hay
wood county, and she has a host of
friends) who will learn with in teres
her recent visit
course was served by the hostesses.
Mesdames John Queen, Homer Phil
and J. C. Rose.
Cottage for rent. 4Mrs."W, Tr Craw.
lord, i , " , ... ' " tf
Mrs. W. H. Dixon of Shrevespo.-t
La. was married to Mr. Joe Liner
last Wednesday. Mrs. Liner hus
been spending the summer in Way
nesville for several years and has
made many friends here.
Mr. Liner in the son of Dr. and
Mrs. W. H. Liner of Waynesvilie, and
is a graduate of Vanderbilt.
Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Liner left for Balti
more, where Mr. Liner enters school
this fall atJhe University of Maryland.
GONE TO ALABAMA.
Robert Hughes Herring, one of our
very finest young men, graduate of
Wake Forest College, lover of and
leader in B. 3T. P. U., has gone f
Alabama to take work as Sunday
school field secretary, Biblical Re
Mr. Herring will be remembered
as the popular son of Rev. R. H.
Herring, former pastor of the Bap
tist church here.
Born to Capt, and Mrs. C. J. P
Edwards a daughter,.; Monday,. Sep
tember 28", at the Mission hospital.,.
There is a saying that no business can
stand still, it must either go forward or
backward. We prefer to be classed with
progressive business and to keep this
standing we are constantly striving to
render better service.
Recently we have added to our already
large stock room an addition to take care
of extra stock we will carry.
Prospective Car Buyer
The worlds most popular Car
A ten thousand dollar stock of parts to
insure no delay in repairs.
A shop unexcelled for dependable Ford
An organization to wait, on you that is
courteous and obliging. "
WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSIipSS
DUCKWORTH MOTOR CO.
TBS VNIVSSSAl CAS
PHONE 350 Waynesvilie, N. C.
is your living room
out of style?
Can you feel that .
your visitors' com f
plimcniJ are sincere
NE7 decorative style3 demand delicate eoftehades
in the living room ip should possess an atmos
phere cf eiiplj attrscticn that does not tire with
r.n'.iionable ir.lerior c ;corr.torB Lava turned to the in"
:r-.ncrable flat-oil liuishej to cucuro this effect. Until a
y,r yt-ars agoh jweve-, lirj cost of this beautiful finish
;-j.'..-icto4 its wso r.!nv f in'-ircly to the finest hotels,
.!;.!.' v 1 rorii'.i'r.ccs.
IS'o-.v, r : v'SVor. cf Ivurfees Flat-Tint, this
f.ni.-h :A i ' r.ost that it is used freely on
even ixocl.-:i ,v";-i. ".''bi'.n o.-igiually designed for use
by erericicNt r' (- .Vre, Kurfees Flat-Tint has been
to compact. ; - rcfmnl ind periOrted that it doesn't ehow
Lps or brnli strokijs. Hows on siii'Wthly and evenly, ind
can bo used by' even the most iuexperienced.
Tbc com U mol!rote!y low and yon can see beautiful irciaini
of lb rp.iiliii wliiob. we have ou display. Coipe iD anil In -n tell
)-u mni-c a'xtiu Hat-Tlnt, We haro a complete slock including
the fnshiottaiilc now Unit,
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