President Centra! Bank
Paroled by Ehringhaus
RALEIGH. N. C.?Wallace Davis,
former president of the Central Bank
and Trust Company. Asheville, which
failed and carried with it several
smaller banks in Western North Car
olina during the depression period,
was paroled last week by Governor
Ehringhaus after having served since
October. 1932. on his sentence for
State banking law violations.
nans C??i. I.iik.tr Lt a Tcil'icmvc
publisher, financier and former Senator.
and Luke Lea Jr.. were convicted
of charges growing out of the
Ashevilie bank failure. Davis started
his sentence after an appeal to the
U. S. Supreme Court failed to give
him relief. Lea made several appeals
to all of the courts possible and at
one time defied Xorih Carolina officers.
Twice Colonel Lea has been permitted
to attend, under heavy guard,
funerals of members of his family,
his son and his mother. Efforts are
now being renewed to get his release.
His son. Luke Jr.. was paroled some
months ago. Davis would have completed
his sentence in a few months.
KOOCTB BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday. April 23. 1935
Sunday School at 9:45; 11 a. m.,
worship and Lord's Suppei; 6:30, Baptist
Training Union. The Baptist Adult
Union is taking on new life and
interest. Worship at the Methodist
Church. 8 p. m.. at which time the
Baptist pastor will preach the baccalaureate
sermon of the high school.
Our sick are improving. Brothers
Ben Councill, Hampton, Tolbert, McGhee.
McBride and Frank Miller. Mrs.
Dallas Cottrell, Miss Marian Beach,
and Miss Fannie Dougherty arc also
improving. Mrs. Dr. Hodges is making
fine progress. Our prayers and
sympathy go out to the Tongue family.
the Coffey family and the Greer
family in the loss of loved ones in recent
days. Mrs. Grubbs, who lost her
father in the past week, has our prayer*;
and sympathy. We give the glad
hand to all our new members. Wo
will help them grow in grace and the
knowledge of Christ.
J. C. CANIPB, Pastor.
> /"'I I? A ATI A Tl
S For dress wear or for %
% business, a man's suit
% should always be clean |S
5 and neat. Simple and in- ^ |
5 expensive at Greene's. |
i Just call Telephone 68. ? j
S LET ITS DRV CLEAN 1
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Come in and Talk the
Tobacco Stem a
BLONDE FROG .. RA1
Albino Specimen of Hopper N'<
NEW YORK. -I; you are down a
this r-pring and see a white frog, ii
meeting up with life as rare as qui
, discovered in an upstate county anc
j Histroy Museum here, in fact it's
i pered something: scandalous.
Contributed by the Koonc High
School Journalism Club.
The following honor roll has beer
j named for the seventh month at the
jBoone High School:
Seniors. Edward Lovill, Charles
Wright, Theirna Bond, Alice Coolc, Er?
i nis Hoiick. liene Jones. Nellie Looka;
hill, Emma Miller, Gladys Peek, Ada
i Grace Redmond. Milton Mast.
Juniors: Wade Shoemake, Lalla
I Clay, Dorothy Farthing, Helen Grugg.
j Chloe Greer, Mabel Greer, Mary Alice
Ilcover. Izetta Hutchinson. Mar|
lha Moore, Mada Steele and Agnes
Sophomores: Edward Clay, Paul
Hagamau, Samuel Lyerly, Jack Sto
, rie, Eulala Barnes, Lucy Brown
Fiances Canipe, Jenna Greene, Editl
Walker. Edith Wilson.
Freshman Boys: Billy Clay, Stuari
; Steele, Ray Lee Greene. Rayon Wilcox,
Opal Hampton, Iinogone Norris
; Elizabeth South.
HIGH SCHOOL. SITPERLATIVKS
Prettiest Girl, Geneva Osborne
Most Handsome Boy, J. R. Lewis
i Most Useful Girl, Fairy Hollars; Most
I Useful Boy, Grant Ashley: Best All
i round Girl, Fairy Hollars; Best Allj
round Boy, Paul Hagaman: Best Ath
! iete < grirl >, Helen Gragg; Best Athlete
(boy). Burl Storie; Best Sport
i t girl), Francis Canipe; Best Sport
Uboy), Paul Ilagaman; Cutest Girl,
I Francis Miller; Cutest Boy, Branl
! Lewis; Most Attractive Girl. Francis
1 Miller; Most Attractive Boy, J. W.
I Beach, Moat Dignified Girl, Dorothy
| Farthing; Most Dignified Boy. Tom
; Moore; Woman Hater, James Norris;
| Man Hater, Alice Cook; Most Couri
tWHlS-Cirl ItfiHnn Mflqh \fnot CoilT
teous Boy, Tom Moore; Biggest Flirt
igirl). Louise Sctzer; Biggest Flirt
'boy), .Taclc Storie; Most Dependable
Girl, Milton Mast; Most Dependable
Hoy. Paul Kugaman; Most Intellectual
Boy, Samuel Lyerly. Most Intellectual
Girl, Gladys Peak; Most Conceited
Boy, Mack Greer; Most Conceited
Girl, Ethel Davis; Best Dressed
Girl, Margaret Hollars; Best Dressed
Boy. Grant Ashley; Most Studious
Giri, Chloe Greer; Most Studious Boy,
Samuel Lyerly; I^azicst Boy, Allen
ham: Neatest Girl, Geneva Osborne;
mer . . I
1 . TESTED
Matter Over With Us.
nd Lime Filler.
>w oh Exhibition in Museum o
v in New York.
.round the old pasture pond some di
ke the above, you may know you a
ntuplets. The Albino frog. above, wi
\ is now on exhibition at the Natur
a blonde bullfrog and is being par
Neatest Boy. ETd'.vnrd Lovili: B
Personality (girl), Fairy Holla
ttrsr T-:-iSf:na'il.v ihnvV Karl T"
man: Most Popular Girl, Helen Graj
j Most Popular Boyf A. E. Hamby.
One of our classmates who has
distinction oi r.t-w.g Past Grand M
ter of the Fraternal Association
the Idle Lazybones, and who s
L holds high position in the Society
; Shorten English Assignments, can
spite of his many duties, find time
; his full and busy day to study a
. Me French in the cafeteria at nc
sureounded and assisted by sevc
young ladies whose names need not
mentioned. We feel that with such
sislancc, he cannot help learn
something, although Clause 5, Sect
12, Article VII of the Revised Con
q tution or the F, A. T. L. reads: 41
t more than five minutes 16*4 seco
study per week is permitted on j
I one high school subject." We hope
. N. will not let his environment
such as the above-mentioned oi
t .sions cause htm tci forget his se
I of time and his duty and loyalty
. j ilic F. A. I. L.
How much milk should be ?c<
I young calf?
Answer: Feeding for the first w
; i Should be from six to ten pound
; j day, depending upon tlie size, and i
t! or of the calf. A safe rule to fol
- | is to feed one pound of whole n
-[for each ten pounds of live weijs
This amount should be increased fi
one to two pounds during the soc?
.! week if the auima! has a good ap
:; tite and does not show signs of i:
, | gestion. Care must be exercised, h<
, i ever, in making this increase as c*\
( feeding will cause scours. After
j second week the whole milk may
gradually changed to skimmllk at
rate of one pound a day.
RK( ITAL. FRIDSY
win be given by Mrs.-\"j
j ton's music class at the Demonst
jtion School Friday, April 26, 7:20
j m. A Mother Goose play will be
. special feature of the program.
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CRY THURSDAY?BOONE, N. C_
j~~ ZIOXV1LLE Nilft'S
' Miss Grace IVn:ie:i of Boone was
a guest over the week-en 1 01 her sis*
f ter. Mrs. J. C. Recce.
Mr. and Mis. Lloyd Eller and Mr.
and Mm. Solomon Grogan were ihop -
? ??- ?I> N ?vio* \i ,iot
?jping in i>r;scoi uum:0 ?.??v
J Mr. an ! Mrs. K. M Greer from San
J Be: narui.io. Calif., arrived here Sat|
. cay - : a short visit with their par[
as, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Greer. On
thtir return they will be accompanied
.tr Miss Dalene Bvers who will
her home with them.
M 5.--S0S cH?ris \\ nson. Carolyn Greer
:: .! Dollie- Warr.fr were shoppers in
l-?r i.-tol Saturday.
Thos. at home for the Easter holilav
were Miss Madge Recce. Bristol;
11 .-OS K?U; and Madge Castle, of
; Fred Castie, West Jefferson;
Miss Betty Ruth Greer, Silverstonc,
ur.d Glenwood Greer, Boone.
Meia;. Reeves Holman, Hubert
Winebarger, Kleel Maine and Thomas
Son Hi left last week for Oregon where
the}' will seek employment..
Mrs. Minnie Daniels anu daughters.
iy Mrs. Beu:ah Ray and Mrs. Floy Dugre
;-:< r of Xewlanfp and G. H. Warren,
? \Mroini.i uvrp imi'sfs rooent
ai ]y of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eller.
1X_ Worth Byers, of Globe, is spending
a few days at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Greer. Mrs. W. J. Moore
t and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore of Le
noir were Sunday guests at the Grcei
trs; . ,
u^~ Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Church and Misi
L'-llic Mae Smith of Mountain City
Tmn., v.-er? Sunday guests of rela
tires in the village.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duncan, o
the West Jefferson, and Mrs. Don Bine:
as- ham and son. Sugar Grove, spen
of Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Li!
ilso He Thomas,
to Mrs. Ellen Duncan of Todd was i
in visitor among friends in the village
, in Sunday.
lit- | Odenia Miller of Sugar Grove spen
,on.! - He week-end with Madeline Reece.
;ralj Mrs. A. L. Warren and son, Paul
: be of Mountain City, spent last wcel
J with her mother, Amelia Wilson, wh?
ingjHas been seriously ill for three weeks
ion! Relatives and friends here have re
sti-!peiyed news of Mrs. P. C. ChriemaiVi
sj0* j serious illness at her home in Phila
nds tdelphia, Penn. Mrs. Chrieman is i
any j daughter of Amelia W. Chrieman, win
mrr j visited here last summer.
on j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas, tw<
,ca. \ small daughters. Alta and Hilda, am
nse \ K Harriet Thomas, all of Moun
t0 j tain City, were Sunday visitors v>itl
Mr. and Mrs. Will Recce.
(diaries Goslin of Pfafftown, For
Isvth County, has cleared 12 acres o
}i his farm woods damaged by sleet las
year aiid saved over 10 cords of gooi
c fire- wood. AH the brush was used t<
s. a stop gullies.
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millions of men and
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Each year the i'ord
to motorists. . . .Tod;
because it encircles t
built. It reaches ou
you need in a model
of operation and up-l
$495 up, f.o.b. Detroit. Standard
Easy terms through Universal Cr?
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STANDARD OIL* COMPANY j
CTAKTS r.XIXTING I'KOGltA?.X ! "
I. .v. Davis. supervising salesman I
Ihis territory, in charge of Esso j
stations for the Standard Oil Com- j s.
y ci New Jersey, announced his j
y any's program for painting. ;
,i will cost approximately $25,- j a
OJO througnpui in-' otaie hiiu uwi ; |
J: ;; coraiiiuruty will obtain their pro- E
portionate share. 8jj
"Ti is our desire to have our Esso D
stations in an excellent physical con-1 J
iiition in yn'.cr to continue to merit I
the largest share of the potential pe- ! Z
iroleum business in North Carolina .B
and tnko full advantage of our large jfl
forthcoming newspaper campaign." re
slated Mr. Davis. g
"The painting program will take Fapproximately
ten days to complete 1
and will put Esso stations ant! deal-j
ers throughout the State in fine shape
, The work is going on Simulatneously i
throughout North Carolina and is an j
annual policy of the Esso marketers
throughout their territory."
j Five pure-bred Angus beef cattle
i were purchased at the East Tennessee
cattle sale at Knoxville by a
J Cherokee County farmer last week.
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Ambulance Service .
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women in every part of the woi
ll service. . . .That has always
ew is constantly being added in tl
has widened its appeal by inci
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*y ? i uiu v-o is more than ever
:ne needs of more people than i
t and up into new fields becau
n automobile. . . . The Ford V
t, safety and beauty with low fii
keep. There is no other car like
accessory group including bumpers and spare
rdit Company. All body types have Safety <
APRIL 25. 1935
"The Glorious Gamble," romance of ;
vo Rirls who let impulse rule their
res, starts in the American Weekly
i April 28. Dor.*t fa" to get your
my of the American Weekly with
;c Baltimore Sunday American. On
ile by your favorite newsdealer or
Hrfl7u Watorl 1
Ul ULj PBUIU1
We have the agency for this
famous Mineral Crystal
which is proving so generailv
satisfactory. Let us
supply your needs.
NEW PIUCES - - SI.00 & 60c.
Formerly priced $1.00 and $1.50,
Get :i supply today!
. . Day and Night
is the result of having: your
shoes repaired here. Quality
workmanship and quality materials
are combined to add long
months of extra service to worn
footwear for men, women and
children. Here shoes are actually
rebuilt, not merely repaired.
Yet the prices for this high
grade service are attractively
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is used by so many
Id. Everywhere it is
been a Ford fundale
way of extra value,
rcasing its usefulness
"The Universal Car"
any other Ford ever
se it has everything
-8 combines fine-car
st cost and low cost
tire extra. Small down payment,
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