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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER-
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1931
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' Crabtree Friday.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
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Mrs, John Jones of Jones Farm
spent Monday in Waynesville shopping.
. M. Wells of Canton was in Mr. Bryan Medford of Jonathan
it week i spent Saturday in town.
harles Medford pf Iron Duff
mrsday in Waynesville,
. B. Overton was among the
from Clyde in town Thurs-
. B. Rogers and son, Russell,
ree were here last week. .' 1
ODryman was ebre,'froni
'Mrs. Guy Messer of Crabtree
v&is in Waynesville shopping Friday.
Mr. W. C. Kirkpatrick of Clyde
was here Saturday.
Rev. Hannah J. Powell of Cecil
was a visitor in town Monda
Mr. France Kirkpatrick of Clyde
spent Saturday in Waynesville
iMr. H. C. Crawford of Crabtree
was here on business last week. , Mr. Robert L. Underwood of Ashe
villi" spent Tuesday in Yay:us die.
Mrs. Will Ray and Miss Ruth Ray
were Asheville visitors Monday,
Mr. C. Hill of Crabtree spent
Monday in Waynesville.
. Mr. J. Scroop Styles, Asheville at-
harle. C. Smathers of ' Can- toriM?' was in Waynesville Monday.
here on business last Week.'; v ' c D . , .
, , , ! Air. S- M. Robinson of Canton was
, P, Ledbetter was a visitor j h?u' 0,1 buinss Monday.
B- Singleton of Canton was
esville on business Friday.
A. Shelton of Dellwood spent
1 . Waynesville
' Doris McCracken of Lake
a was in town Friday.
Mr. D. H. Harris was here from
Canton Monday. ' '
Mr. T. A. Clark, Canton attorney,
spent Monday here on business.
Miss Freda Fiiuher arrived Satur
day from Chicago to spend the Christ
inas holidays with her family at Luke
, Mrs. Annie McCracken from Cra.lt-
7, tree was among the visitors from!
f t'ralitree Fridav.
El I- ' . ... .
Mr. C. S. Uadgott of Richwood.
West Virginia '"'as in Waynesville
oil business Friday.
9 Mrs. Tom Davis suent several davs
last week in Asheville visiting relatives.
Mr J. H. Paxton of Canton was
Mr. George C. Hayn.'s lei'; Siinoay
-Misses Louise Moody and Marietta
Wejch motored to Canton Sunday.
Mrs. R. L. Allen left last week ror
Washington, D. C, where shr :,l
make her home this winter.
Mrs. Charles Thomas was an Ashe
ville visitor Saturday.
Miss Jewel Hipps was a week-end
guest of Miss Mary Adams Ward in j
Asheville Mr. Richard Barber was in io-
ville on business Monday.
Mr. R. X. Barber returned to hi". ...
home Saturday after a six weeks'; Mrs.R. L. Lee and Miss Alice Quin
business trip through the Southwest. ; u were guests of Mrs. George Ward
: in Asheville the first of the week.
Miss Sussfe Fisher arrived Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuart from j Mrs. Mattie Payne has returned
Xewark, Xew Jersey. Miss Fisher, ! home and is back at the Western
who has been in training at a New- j Western Union after a two months'
ark Hospital, came home for several vacation. Mrs. Payne has been vis
weeks to convalesce from an operation isiting friends in Atlanta, Georgia
which she had a short time ago. 1 and Aiken, South Carolina.
Miss Mary Kirkpatrick 'spent the
week-end as the guest of Mrs. R. O.
Covington in Asheville .
Miss Betsy Lane Quinlan arrived
i Wednesday from Chapel Hill to spend
the Christmas holidays with her
mother, Mrs Charles E. Quinlan.
She will appreciate a package
of Whitman's candv from ALEXANDER'S.
Mrs. R. H Mitchell and Mrs. An
drew Moore spent' Mondav ir. Ahe
Mr. William Hannah is attending i
Supreme Court in Raleigh it - week.
Mrs. Grady Boyd and Mis i ! .hy
Lane were Asheville visitor .m Tins-day.
.Target and Clean Bore Shot Gun Shells
special, per box . . . . .... . , . . . . . .
Prcies on all Toy Wagons Greatly Reduced
I Waynesville Hardware Co.
R. G. CO FEE, Owner
Mrs. J. P. I Vitus, Miss Gladys
Barefoot, Mrs. Jim Thomas, and Mrs.
,1. M. Long were Asheville visitors
'HE HOME OF
. C. Rose, Owner
tie 88 Main St.
li and Mr
turned Sunday from a several days'
trip to Raleigh,. (ireeiisboro, and For
est City. ......
rything to make o
IlOmiayS meiTier. fl; Mis, Jo,: Tate and Mrs. Aikers
only a complete .n'HJit Friday in Aiu'viiu-
of staple groceries
fancies as well. I
7 standard brands
ity and always
per. - '" .f
dies Nuts ?
its Vegetables I
nned goods in I
if it i enmafKino'
I to eat we have it.
.Mrs Tom Lee, Jr., Mrs. Harry
Rotha, Jr., and Mrs. F. K. Alley, Jr..
motored to Asheville on Tuesday.
.Mr. Percy B. Feiebee, -who U own
er of the Junaluska Twra a An
drews, was a guest of the LeFame
Hotel mi Friday.
Messrs. F E. Alley. F. E. Alio.-,
and Doyle Alley left Sunda.: to at
tend Supreme Court in Raleigh this
Mr, Albert Howell of Jonathan
was among the : visitors in town
Special For the
Finger Wave 75c
Marcel . ... . . 75c
manent . . . .$7.00
manent . . ... . $4.00
Ruth Ray's Beau
Mr. -I. H. Swayngim retur'nil !lon-
J. !!. M .('rackeii iv- I "a-v 1 r'!M1 a V1SR 10 ,1,s S1,n 111 Nt'w"
port News, Virginia. I
. Mr. Joseph E. Johnson is spending
this week in Raleigh attending Su
Mrs. Tom Stringlield, Mrs. Sydiv
Ray. Miss Elizabeth Ray. 'Miss. Mary
Stringfield made up a party to Ashe
Mrs. Ira Thackston and daughter.
Miss Louisa Thackston, spent. Sat
urday in Asheville. i
Mrs- Hugh Massie, Mrs. T. X.
Massie, Mrs. It. H. .Blackwell, and
Miss Margue ite Massie spent Friday
Mrs. Kate Morris is spending soms;
time in Charlotte as the guest of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. M . II liow !. ,. M:
Luiie Tucker and Miss Julia Tiuke:v
wi re. Asheville visitors Thursday af
(iiive him a Flashlifthl,
kinds at ALEXANDER'S.
ore for Your SVSoney
More pounds and more actual meat
lity explodes the theory that your
it bill must be your biggest expense
1. See our prices.
RK ROAST, V , p in
rcuts . . . : . , . . . luC
EF, 'native, tender
; flavor .... . . : .
UND STEAK, juicy native o
it, tastes right . . . . IOC
N STEAK, good cuts,
ive . .
a 'O LAMB, young and
12 1 2c
MB. SHOULDER, best
lity native meat. .
JSAGE, mixed, seasoned
; right . . . . : '. ,';..' -V';;V
SPECIAL PRICES ON POULTRY
mplete Line of Fancy and Staple Groceries
Opposite First National Bank
Mrs. (iuy Massie, Mrs. Roy Francis,
and Mrs. Gladys liurgiir took their
young daughters to Asheville the
.Mrs. Eenoir Liner Alley en t the
week-end with her parents, I'r and
Mrs. V H. I.iner.
Mr. VV. H. Noland left Sunday, to
attend the Supreme I'uiii't in Ral
eigh this week.
Miss Ann Joni'.s left 'as' week for
South Pittsburg, Tenne-: '!-. .vh.Me
she' will suenil the .' -i-'i'iri.-'li"a.'-- h-M-day-
a;- the guest of I :vc: Mrs.
J nun's' Fitzgerald.
M iv, Robert Stivtdifr reiu.rm-d -!u.-'t
week from a two. .weeks' ..visit .'to rel
atives and fi.'iendh in Raleigh.; W ilson
Mills, and i Wnston-SulcivK
Rev. and Mrs. Albei t "v ;v pent j
the Week-end as . guests', .of -M v.' s.-nd
Mrs- A. V. Arnold in l!ri '. Ten
nesf'ie and Mr. and Mrs. R. '.Vood
in Elizabethton, On ".':--.unday . Rev.
New preached at the .' Krn.inn?)
Episcopal, church in Iiristol, .Virginia.
Mrs.. Andrew Moore returni -I la-t
week from New York City, where '.-be
has been for the last five or si w''ks,
and has joined her mother an! i a! It
er, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Welch, at the
home of Mrs. R. H. Mitchell. -
Mr. and Mrs. James Atkin.s, Joe
Jack Atkins, and Ray Burgin drove
to Spartanburg Saturday to visit
Ben Atkins, who is attending Wof
Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Stuart and
young son of Newark, New Jersey,
spent a few days at the LeFaiiie this
Week en route to Florida. Mrs.
Stuart and her son have spent the
summer at Oak Park for the past
'.'".'. '.' ' '."'
Mr- Frank Fergusori and Mr. Tom
Reeves attended the cantata given
by the glee club of the Western Caro
lina Teachers College at Cullowhee
; Mr. J. L. Hathcock of the North
Carolina Department of Education at
Raleigh, spent Sunday in Waynes
ville as a guest of the LeFaine Hotel.
YOU CAN BUY AT YOUNG'S
Gifts That Reflect the Charm of the Christmas Spirit
Beautiful gifts, new, distinctive, and so moderate in price that Christinas
shopping for "gifts worth while" will be a pleasure.
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A beaut iful 'select Inn of
lS-Kf. and plat. mount -
m- I 1 Vi . ings set .with perfect nit
7 Jewel C ronium case i,lu, white, diamonds, , -eg,
to :IS(), now 1 -U
(Jent's stone rings, ruby, onyx, initial,
double head cameo and emblem rings
$5.00 Up - ;:
Clark and Evans Cigarette lighters
. $2.50 Up '.
Cigarette Cases. . . . . .,$. 50 Un
(ieniiine leather billfolds, koy eases and
Cenuine diamond cut crystals $1.25 up cigarette sets
Double Compacts , 75c. to $10.00 $2.50 Up
cost n me Jewelery,
Ladies 7 Jewel Elgin
Cronium case wrist
Ladies solid leather
hand bags, Special
All Mesh Ilagf
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I a e e s, bracelets,
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Save Money BvSSng Christmas Shopping
' AT -, ' ::
CLYDE DEPARTMENT STORE
Give her a box 1 of Schrafrs
or Nunnally's Candy in Christ
mas Packages from ALEXAN-
Men's dress shirts regular
$1.50 value .... ... . . ; . .95c
Men's all leather dress gloves,
an ideal gift .... $1.49
Men's dress Oxford asnd shoes,
up to $6 val. special $2.98 to $3.69
One lot men's 16-oz blue serge
suits, 2 pair trousers, very spec
ial for Christmas . . . . $18.75
Ladies' pajamas, in many dif
ferent colors, a gift any woman
would like ........ . . ..$1.99
Ladies' full-fashioned silk hose,
an ideal gift .. . . . . . ... 49c. up
Latest patterns in pumps, straps
and Oxfords, patents and kids,
all sizes . . . . '.'.'. :. . . $1.79 up
Any woman will apprecitae a
gift of underwear, step-ins,
bloomers, dance sets, vest com
binations, all new stock 39c. up
We Have a Complete Line of Groceries at Prices that Are Right. All Kinds
of Christmas Candies, Nuts and Fruits, See Us Before You Kuv
WE'LL SAVE YOU MONEY : r.-";.:
Clyde Department Store j
Successors to D. M. Cagle & Son Clyde, N. C.
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