THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Miguell 'and
family of Clearwater, Florida. :are
pending several weeks here.i5 '
Miss Margaret Boone of Andrews
spent the week-end with Mrs. Hugh
Massie. ' ' "
Mr. Page Fisk of Clay county spent
several days last week in this city
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Mrs. R. O. Covington and sojts; left
Monday for a visit to, relatives In
Mrs. Lowry Allison of Franklin is
visiting with Mrs. J. M. Long for
several weeks. , .,,,.' .
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Miss Edith Mangum, who spent
last week visiting in Charlotte, has
returned to her home.
Mrs. Harry Rotha spent last week
end with her daughter, Mrs. William
Kimberly, in Asheville. ,. .- .,'
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burley of
Ravensford are guests of'DiTand
Mrs. J. A. Shields this week.
Conrad Nichols of Sylva was a
guest of Robert Woodward at the
Adger Home last week.
Miss Maude Fields of Asheville
is a guest of Mrs. Sidie Ray on
North Main for several day3.
Roland F. Jones of Knoxville,
Tennessee was a- guest over last
week-end of Ralph Prevost.
Miss Fannie Neal returned to her.
home in Louisburg last week after
spending the summer here.
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell, Miss Eleanor
Bushnell and Mrs. S. T. Neal were
Asheville visitors Monday.
Mrs. James R. Thomas and Misses
Sara and Dorothy Thomas were
Asheville visitors Monday.
Miss Lucy fate left Tuesday for
Salisbury where she will instruct in
the junior high .school this year,, ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weaver of
. Detroit, Michigan are guests of Mr.
Weaver's, sister, Mrs. J. M. Long
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Magruder of
Orlando, Florida were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Lindsley last week.
t J. P. Beam who has spent the
summer here left last week for his
home in Gaffney, Souti Carolina.
Misses Susan and Mary Irving of
Jacksonville, Florida are guests at
the Dunham House for this week.
Col. Harley B. Ferguson left Tues
day for Washington after a visit of
several weeks with his family here.
Miss Marion Boggs left Tuesday
for New York where she will sail
for Panama, thence to California.
Hoyt and Richard Covington re
turned to their home here for several
day from summer school at Chapel
Miss Tibbie Hardin has returned
to her home from a visit with Misses
Frank and Loyd Smoot in Blowing
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Miss Lois Briggs who was a coun
cilor in a girl's camp near Franklin
has returned to her home on East
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Mrs. Donald McCarty of Columbia,
returned to her home Friday after
spending a .week with Miss Dorothy
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dicus and
family of Cullowhee spent several
days last week with Mr. and Mra."C.
M. Dicus. . :? -
Miss Eleanor Mitchell, who was a
house guest of Mrs. J. R. Thomas,
returned to her home in Sumter, S.
C. Saturday.-'1 ' , "
Miss Henrietta Low of Raleigh,
? who attended camp at ransuin lor
the past two months, U spending.
" week, with her aunt, Mrv J. Li
. .ii t t Mtnmlnop In liar
. otnngueia, pnvi
home. V-:V"'. '' -V-
Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Benson and
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family, wno nave on "J""'""'
summer with Mrs. Henson's parents,
Mr. annd Mrs. P. L. Turbjrttll, re
turned to their home In Raleigh by
motor Tuesday ' .
: ; Thomas Snyder of Salisbury is
- i " lit. M.4l.Mtlt, HA
. and Mrs. C. Ai Blacky for several
, Miss Pernelia Gwyn of Yanceyville,
N. C, ic a- guest of her cousin, M.'ts
Margaret Ulackwell, on North Main
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker of New
port, Tenn. spent last week with Dr.
ana' Mrs. J. A. Sheilds on Boyd
;M5M and Mrs. Ralph Ensley spent
several days with Mrs. Ensley's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ashe, in
K. E. Elmore of Durham has join
ed his wiife for a visit at the home
of her. parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bourley and
daughter Louise of Leesburg, FU.
were Tguests of friends for several
days last week.
Mies Lena- Cowan of Savannah.
Georgia is spending this week as
guests of Mr. Boyd's parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Boyd, Jr. and
children of Knoxville, Tenn. arc
guess of Mr. Boyd's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Boyd, Sr.
Miss Sara Thomas and Roy Camp
bell attended the races in Charlotte
and spent several days in Gastonia
with Mrs. J. W. Moore.
Mrs. Herman Conn of Princess
A.nne, Md. is expected this week to
spend some time here. Mrs. Conn
wa3 formerly Miss Doris Maslin.
Bobbie Laughlin and Hooper Keith
of Selma, Alabama, who ar spending
.lie summer with Rev. and Mrs. J.
T. Mangum, returned here after a
visit of several days in Charlotte.
Mrs. B. L. Branson has as her
house guests this week Miss Mar
garet Kidwell of Newport, Tenn,,
Miss Nell Kidwell of St. Petersburg,
Fla. and Master Kenneth McFween
' Mrs." W. 0. Minis and daughter,
Miss Willian . Mims and Alford
Minis of Newport, Tennesja spent
several days here last week visiting
friends. , , , ,
Mrs. Leon M. Killian, Misses
Mary Nell Miller and Ellen Louise
Killian motored to Black Mountain
Friday and were guests of Mrs. Jim
Mrs. Frederick Bowles of Miami,
Fla. and Mrs. Joshua Bowles of
Bardstown, Ky., are guests of Mrs.
Bradstowh", Ky., are guests of Mrs.
James W. Bowles.
Mrs. C. H. McDowell and Miss
Jimcelyn McDowell have returned to
;heir home after a several week's
tour of Massachusetts and other
Mis. J. P. Knox and Walter Knox
of Huntintrton. West Vireinu re
turned the last of the week to their
home after spending several days
here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Newsome
have returned to their home in Birm
ingham, Ala., after visiting Mr.
Newsome's sister, Mrs. R. O. Coving
ton, for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bridges who
have spent ten days with Mr.
Bridges' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Bridges1, returned to their home in
Thomas Clapp of Abington, Vir
ginia will move his family here next
week' Where they ntended to reside.
Mr. Clapp will be bookkeeper for the
Suncrest , Lumber Company.
Mr. and Mrs. .W. F. Ms.-.n left
Sunday tor Shreveport, La. where
they will make their future home.
Mr. Mason was bookkeeper, for the
Suncreet Lumber Company.
Mrs. 3. B.' Magruder and Miss
Mary Telford left by mqtor for their
home Jn jOriando, Florida Tuesday
morning . uwr bjcuuiub
with their sister, Mrs. H. C. Lindsley.
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H. b. Browning of Monroe, former
athletic director of the high school,
h spending several days In town.
M. Browning will' be principal of
the Sylva high school this year. -t
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Rev. and Mrs.- P. W. , Tucker and
family left Tuesday morning by mo
tor for" Winston-Ealem where Mrs.
Tucker was called on account of the
illness and death of her sister, Mrs.
J. H. Bernhardt Mr. Bernhardt was
H.etfWrfastor"5 of the Methodist
church here. .'
' Mrs. Hugh Abel left this week
for New York. While there she
will take a special course in hair
cutting, facials and other meau
ty culture. , 1
WE SELLJor cash and sell for less
6ED SPREADS, sheets and pillow
casestheaper at Ellison's.
GOOD SOLIQleather shoes at Elli
Mrs. Clarence W. Miller, Jr. and
daughter, Miss Mary Nell Miller,
motored to Asheville Wednesday to
meet Mrs. Miller's sister, Miss Jane'
Clancye of Lexington, Kentucky,
who has come here to visit for several
The following couples njoyed a
camping party at the Sunburst Rod
and Gun Club Thursday evening: Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Crouser, Mrs. Bessie
Penny, Miss Eleanor Mitchell, Miss
Janie Love Mitchell, Miss Diana
Black, Misses Sara and Dorothy
Thomas, Mr. Moody, Mr. James R.
Thomas, Jr., Mr. Herbert Templeton,
Mr. Page Fisk, Mr. Roy Campbell and
j Mr. Robert Nowell.
THE newest thgs in ladies pumps
and oxfordr'at Ellison's.
LOSTPair horned, fibbed specta
. cles in a black se. A nail file was
also in case- with glasses. Phone
For One Week Only
Special Sale of Gifts
Green Tree Gift Shop
17 Main Street Waynesville, N. C.
FOR. RENT Furnished or unfurnish
ed room. Apply to S. H. Keller.
WANTED Man .. with car to sell
complete line quality Auto Tires
and Tubes, ' Exclusive territory.
Experience'' not necessary. Salary
$300.00 per month. Milestone Rub
ber Company, East Liverpool, O.
Foutain Pen Repayrirfj Any make
of fountain peu--repaired by I. H.
Thackston at ' Waynesville Pharma
FOR SALE ShaftWg, nearly new
used in HaywOod Journal. See Wm.
A. Band '
Mr. Jesse Caldwell, formerly of
Cataloochee has moved to Clyde and
has placed his children in Clyde high
Fish and Rhinehart are doing a
big wholesale product business.
Crops and prices being good prom
ises better times for all the people.
Rev. B, N. Rogers is now occupying
his splendid new residence in East
Clyde on the State highway. Erne3t
Rogers moved into his modern resi
dence in same part of town last week.
N. C. West of West Motor Co., is
erecting a beatuiful residence near
We3t Motor Co. garage and this
East Clyde is rapidly coming to the
Quite a number of our people, es
pecially those Methodistically inclin
ed, attended the celebration of Hay
wood county day at Lake Junaluska
last Sunday and were greatly bene
fitted by hearing a most excellent
sermon delivered by Bishop Edwin D.
Mouzon. We think it very helpful
spiritually and educationally for one
to attend religious functions and
preaching from home occasionally
and hear such men as Bishop Mou
zon, George Truett and Tom Dixon.
In so doing one allows a good spirit
and is restrained from becoming
narrow and predjudical which we
think is quite sinful.
, The Haywood Coun: Singinqr
Convention here in the State high
school auditorium on the State
highway, second Sunduy in Septem
ber, promises to be one of unusual
interest. The convention will open
promptly at ten o'clock a. m. with
Prof. E. Starrfey reading from the
sacred Scriptures and invoking di
vine blessings and guidance. Hay
wood, Buncombe, Macon and Jackson
counties . are expected to f urnjsh
choirs and quartets and there will be
congregational singing during the
day, lead by different leaders. Mrs.
John H. Morgan will be regular
pianist and the following gentlemen
will act as ushers and managers:
Ray Parker, Dr. A.C. Downs, Robert
M. Leatherwood, John Smathers and
Dr. S. B. Medford.
FOR SALE Two horse power elec
tric motor in perfect condition,
apply Mountaineer office.
FOR SALE Four large marble slabs
6r stone with frames. Brand new.
Cost fifty dollars each, will take !
Ie3s than half price. Apply Moun-!
taineer office. i
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Knight and
little "Johnnie" of Orlando, Fla. and
Miss Janie Brinks of Dothan, Ala.,
who have been visiting Mr. Knight's
mother, Mrs. D. T. Knight, left last
week for the respective homes.
Mrs. P. V. Wacaster of Dark Ridge
visited her daughter, Mrs. Alice
College, in Waynesville last week.
Mr. Herbert Ensley is now with a
garage in Asheville and his brother
Elsie took his place with the Chev
rolet Co. in Franklin..
:- Miss Grace Mehaflfey was here from
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ensley who re
cently moved to Asheville are here
enjoying the cool breexes in Balsam
Mrs. Mary Robinson of Willets . wae
here Sunday. t':v ''''.') V.'V v:;'
Misses Edith and Mae Christy left
Monday for Emory, Va. " ' '
Mr. Cary Kobinson and family or
Asheville were recent visitors of his
sisters, Mr. E. B-Howell and Mrs. W.
E. Christy. :V-i; ; " ' '' w'
: Mr. and Mrs. B. S.' Marsh, Dolly
and Byron, Jr. and Miss Alma Mason
of Dillsboro were here' Sunday.
Miss Isabel Porter and Mr. George
Knight went ' to Lake Junaluska
Sunday. ' . . .--O
The revival at the Baptist church
is one of the best ever held here.
There have, been,. j about- ahtt-. con
versions. , ' J. "
FOR SALE Second hand type cases,
as good as new, need room. Apply
FOR SALE OR RENT Five room
cottage, modern conveniences.
Large lot. Possession Sept. 1.
Furnished or unfurnished. See
Wm. A. Band. tf
FOR RENT Larj pasterage. Rent
most ' reasonable, See Wm. A.
' Band. tf
FOR SALE Safe, can have pick of
two. either large or small. Need
the oom. See Wm. A. Band tf
FOR SALE or will trade for land
second hand automobile. Can have
pick of seveiaf. Guaranteed and in
good condition. See Wm. A. Band.
PAPERS WANTED Several copies
of March 25, 19;' January 21, 1926
and June 24r 1926. Will give six
months subscription for each copy
brought in to Mountaineer office.
COTTAGE FOR RENT Mrs. W. T.
&Ati CHICKS FOR SALE Large
type Barron Strain White Leghorn
baby , chicks $9.50 per ! hundred.
Anconaes $11, Rhode Island Reds
' and Barred Plymouth Rocks $12,
Buff Orpingtons and White Wyan
dottes $15 per hundred. These are
all husky, ptire bred, hatched from
selected K(rs from our heaviest
layers. We pay the postage and
guarantee live aeiivery. rrumpi,
shipments. Order from this ad.
Acme Farm, Farmville, N. C.
FOR SALE My Concord and white
grapes will be ripe by Sept. 1. Half
of them are already sold, but if
you will placV'your order early I
can fill iU"M. F. Albright. ltc
For Sale Two-horse electric mo
tor in perfect cendition, price
Also some sherfting, pulleys, hing
ers, etc. ' - jr t. f. c.
Los1 On June 29th one black and
white spotted WaJJrfTr fox hound.
Last heard of opEagles Nest moun
tain running, fox. $10.00 reward
for the return of this dog or Infor
mation Jeading to the recovery of
Wanted Agent jto represent Old
Line Insurance Company in Waynes
ville and djcilSity. Life. Accident,
Health, Automobile, personal acci
dent. Wrfte I. P. Forgaritie, Distrist
Manager; Asheville, & C. Septlpd
Ladies, who ch do olain sewing
at home and ,jwant profitable spare
time woxJcVWriU (Enclose stsnp)
to HomaidnPress Company,1 Amster
dam, NY. . ; . - - Spt26pd
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