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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1931
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20 Years Ago
j Unique Window Display
I At Waynesville Store
Wedding Belli were ringing out
at Del'wood with the contracting par
tie being Mis.s Mary Henry and Mr,
Charles Lowe Thompson of Advance.
'I he bridge club bridged Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. Jas. Carraway.
J. M. Gudger, Jr., was the Peoples
Choice for Congress
Headline "Annual Meeting of
Prominent Organization." At the
rooms of the club over the candy
kitchen the Waynesville Club put on
new life, mure pep and etc. for a
bigger and better Waynesville with
the following officers elected for the
T. L. Green, president; J. li. Mc
Cracken, vice president; J. H. Bo
hannan, sec'y; Jas. W. Reed, treas.;
Board of Directors: J. W. Seaver, O.
II Shelton and F W. Miller. Hoifse
Committee: I. L. Councill; C. L.
Dicksun and Jnu. F. Bass.
Congressman Grant was to meet
his Waterloo so stated the Courier.
C. H. Kay and Snn-Undertaker!f-s-trvice
day and nite.
The Hichland Wasion Co. annouiK'-j
t'd they had moved into the BRU'Ki
BUILDING corner Church and Hay
J. D. Boone, the grocer, advertis
ing Cake and Christmas require
ments such as raisins, citron, dates
and figs. Fresh shipment of loose
Sour, Sweet, and Dill Tickles, salt!
mackerel, Lye Hominy, etc.
Editorial quib: "Waynesville never
expects to get one cent of tohn D.
Rcckfeller'.s hook worm million."
Mitchell, McCracken & Co. adver
tising a 23 percent discount on every
fancy suit in their $10,000 stock.
Clyde H. Ray, the Big Store, hav
ing an Odd End Sale for gentlemen.
Socials gathered and HOW! about
that Big Batch of Brief Items About
People you Knoc and Are Interested
E. L. Withers went to Asheville
Miss Hilda Way just left for Ral
eigh to teach expression at Peace In
stitute.. R. G. A. Campbell of Maggie was
in town and renewed his subscrip
tion to the old reliable.
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh
THERE'S A DIFFERENCE"
Orders Promptly Delivered
R J. HYATT
I Much favorable comment has been
made by persons passing the Way
I nesville Pharmacy on their window
display. The Pharmacy has made the
i window a veritable miniatuie foot
, ball field with even lh.3 yutdage
maikel off. Behind -he tie ii is a
laige caruLioard with fhe p;ct'ie of
l!i - .,..;'. varsity play:.' !:cit :.
The game at the beginning of the
season that caused sport scribes and
everyone else tj sit up and take no
tice of this Gaiden Spot of the
World, is repre-ented by the pigskin
that figured so prominently in the!
game. The score Asheville 6 and Way
nesville 7 is marked in conspicuous
letters on the ball.
A "Yellow jacket" jersey, pants,
head gear and football shoes that
have dug deeply in the turf all over
Western North Carolina where they
have had the opportunity, the Jersey
bearing number "22" and happening
to have been worn all season by the
sterling quarterback, Scott Reeves,
that piloted the 'Jackets' over shoals
and treachetou? rapids, is reposing
on both sides of the "field." The
school's colors draped around a pic
ture of a player about to take off,
but the player isn't half as good look
ing as any of our boy's on the team
completes the ususually attractive
window dre sed up and donated to
the Waynesville High School's 1931
football squiH that has played ad
mil ably and brought the distinction
an i honor to Waynesville of winning
the western Noith Carolina high
school grid title.
from her recent illness.
Several persons went on a 'possum
hunt here last week. Hal and Clar
ence Hawkins and Bill Moore fur-'
nishtd the dogs for one hunt which
included the following hunters: Opa'.
Ferguson, Catherine Walls, Elene
Fisher, L-ruie Medford, Will Medford.
Fiank Ferguson, Hugh N'oiand, Rob:.
Ratcliff, Loyd Cutling a d Ton;
Reeves. No 'possums we:e reported
November Honor Roll for the Sau
F:.st Grade (Mi-:.s Medford): Fay
Rhinehart, James Arrington.
Medford ) : :
Peanuts .grown after a crop of
soybeans frazed last season gave a
I yield of 1,960 pounds an acre this
I year and peanuts after peanuts gave
I a yield of 1,620 pounds an acre in
i a demonstration ia Bertie County-
FOUNTAIN PENS REPAIRED
THE WAYNESVILLE PIIAI(V
I. H. Thackston
Mr. Jack Arrington was slightly
injured whe n he ran his car into a
truck on Number 10 highway near
Mr. Rufus Hanel of South Carolina
visited the homo of Mr. Manuel
Moore during the past week end.
Mrs. Bell Sis'k Was seriously in
jured by a fall last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jae Pairis of Wil-
lets visited the formers parents here
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Allen and Mrs
C. L. Allen of Allen's Creek visited
the home of Mrs Richard Trull dur
ing the past week end.
Mrs. Telia Robinson of Moor.ey's
Cove visited Mrs. John Rhinehart last
Mr. T. F. Fogerty of Asheville was
slightly injured when he wrecked his
car on Number 10 Highway near the
Miss Virginia Scay has recovered
Samuel Arrington, Ted
Third Grade (Miss Fisher): Lillie
Mae Mathis, Ruth Guy, Roy Ruff,
Myrtle Smatheji, Ciauc McClure,
Fourth Grade (Miss Fisher): Lu-,
cile Arrington, Iris McClure, Maryi
Elizabeth Rhinehart, Gladys Cald-i
Fifth Giade (Mr. Reeves): Marc:.-!
Arrington, Susie Arrington, Edna Mae'
Henry, Margaret Sparks, Cecil Ar-1
rington, Edgar Mehaffey, Charles!
Sixth Grade (Mr. Reeves): Earlf
(Principal's note: In order to be on
the Honor Roll a student must be
neither absent nor tardy, and mustj
make as high as a "B" (good) grade.,
(NOTE The items above were j
intended for last weeks paper but'
were received too late. Editor) j
mates HIM FUSSY
One of the most important things
vou can do to make a teething baby
comfortable is to see that little
bowels do their work of carrying off
waste matter promptly and regularly.
Tor this nothing is better than Cas
toria, a pure vegetable preparation
specially made for habits and chil
dren. Castoria acts so glly you can
give it to young infants to relieve
coiic. Yet . is always effective, for
older cbi.dren, too. Remember, Cas
toria v.ntains .-.o harsh drugs, no
nc-i .-" is absolutely harmless.
When your baby is fretful with
teething or a food upset, give a cleans
ing d-se of Castoria. Be sure you get
geuuice Castoria with the name:
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY FARES
Between all points -in the Southeast, including the W;0h
ington, New Orleans, iVlenphis, St. Louis and Lou:..::.
Gateways and the Ocean ports of Norfolk, Charleston.
Savannah, Brunswick and Jacksonville.
BASIS One and one third fares for the round trip.
Tickets on sale December 16th-25th, inclusive, bearing
final limit January 6th, 1932.
Tickets good in Pullman Sleeping and Parlor Cars
upon payment regular charges for space occupied.
BAGGAGE WILL BE CHECKED
Stopovers will be allowed at all stations either going
or returning or both, within the final limit of the tickets.
These Christmas Fares Will Also Be Available
to certain destinations in territories other than
that described above.
For complete information, fares, reservations, etc,
call on local agents or address
J. H. WOOD, Div. Pass. Agent,
Southern Railway System,
Asheville, N. C.
We can now insure your
property under fire protec
tion for full value less de
value clause will not be use.l
on policies in Waynesville
in the future, (iivo us your
business: Wo will appreciat e
it. Automobile insurance :v
.1. M. NEWTON. Msr.
YOUR CAR TO US FOR THE WINTER
Our prices are right and1 your ear
should be completely overhauled by
one of. our competent mechanics so you
will not have any motor "ills" this win-
Mizeli Sales & Service
this Christmas By Buying ENDURING
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CHRISTMAS comes and goes but long after it
is past . . yes, for years . . Furniture en
endures as a visible, happy "memory" of the
day. Carefully chosen, its beauty and charm
holds the interest of the receiver And its val
ue to the comfort and attractiveness of a home
New shipment of spot
Lounge, Restful and
TO SELECT FROM
You Can't a'ien
at any price
Table and Floor
$3 50 $
Mirrors for Any
Place in the
Massie Furniture Company,
Authorized Ford Dealers
Day Phone 33
Night 225 W