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THURSDAY, DECEMBER TJ, 1931
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER .
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
LAKE J US ALU SKA SCHOOL
FLASS CHRISTMAS FEATURES
On Friday, December 18, there will
be a Christmas program in the audi
torium of the Lake Junaluska school.
All grades will have a part on the
proyram. Following this the pupils
will return to their rooms and have
their grade programs while the P. T.
A. will hold its buisness meeting.
All membe-s of the P. T. A- are
urged to be there at 2:00 P.M.
! Fireworks !
AH kinds either for
noise or beauty. Prices
cheaper than ever. I
1 Large stock to select
I Pool Room 1
DORCAS BELL LOVE
CHAPTER D- A. R.
Mrs. E. J. Hyatt was hostess to
the Dorcas Bell Love Chapter '.I he
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion. Wednesday, December 0, at her
home in Hazelwood.
The regent, Mrs. Gwvn, v.-as unable
to be present and Mrs. J. H. Howell,
vice regent, presided. The meeting
was opened with singing -A "Amer
ica," Flag Salute, and Ritual- Re
ports were read by officers nd chair
men and business transacted. Let
ters from the national chairmen "were
read and other correspondence- A
Crossnore bag was passed for con
tributions and a generous response
followed, which almost tilled th'! isf.
Mrs. J. W. Seaver had the paper
for the afternoon. Her subject was,
'The Mother of George Wasnington,"
jand was splendidly written.. Ire
' magazine was reviewed by Mrs.
f The hostess served :i uelig'htfu
: salad course.
1 By Mrs. K B. Camp,
I Publicity Chairman.
All brands of clears, cigar
ettes and tobaccos in Christinas
packages at ALEX A libit n.
FuH Pound CV
FRUIT CAKE cl 50c l 95c
SPARKLE pt Pfcg- 5c
PEACHES 1 9c
Mince Meat 19c Candies
: - - - Cream Drops
RaisinS me IOC 1 Cream.
. . . Gum Drops
ri. ' Msrria 10 i. t C and
LaieS I'itted pkK. IDC Cocoanut
1 - ' ':' rr ' Bon Bons
Cleremont A' 'rted .
Chocolates a $1.29 2 lbs. 35C
Christmas Mixed Candy 2 lbs. 25c
Drome ry "ai" 20c
Citron Peel . . , . lb. 29c
Glace Cherries 12 lb. 28c
Glace Pineapple Vt lb. 25c
A&P Currants Pkg. 15c
Citron . . 14 lb. Pkg. 17c
Lemon or Orange it.
4 lb. pit. ........ loc
MIXED Z lb. 19c
PECANS lb 19c
ALMONDS lb. 25c
WALNUTS lb. 29c
BRAZILS wb. 19c
White House Sweet
2 lbs. 25c
p. ;. 25c
Eagle Milk Can 18c
Cake Flour Pkg 29c
SHORTENING 2 lbs 15c
Cream Cheese 3 pkgs. 25c
19c jRinso 3 m. 23c
Per Dozen ;.
St. Atlantic & Pachific
WOUAX'S CLUB HAS
PROGRAM OS POETRY
The following account is from
Judge Wade H. Williams was the
principal speaker at a meeting of
the literature department of the
Woman's Club on Tuesday afternoon.
He read several poems, including
"Trinity Bells" by Rev. .'lata Dur
ham. Mrs. Lena Covington Harreli
read several original p ems.
The program was concluded by a
talk given by Mrs. Willard G. Rogers
who .spoke on a number of writers
including Mrs- A. Fairbrothers, of
Greensboro, Mrs Anna Mcintosh
Beville and Miss Louise Beville, libra
rian at Waynesville, whose writings
have been recently published in mag
azines and book form.
An interesting meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary was held
on Monday, December 14, at 7:-j0 p.
m.. in the Masonic Temple.
The usual meeting with the Post
was followed by the business session.
.Mr. K. K. Campbell, secretary, was
abent due t illness of her husband.
Miss Ida Jean Brown read the min
utes of the last meeting. A .report
of the treasurer was- given and a
very interesting report of the Dis
trict meeting held in Asheville, No
vember 28, was gi.iin by Mrs. E. B
Camp. Eleven members from the
Waynesville unit attended this meet
A communication from the Depart
ment President, Mrs. Hugh W. Perry,
was read, in which she asked that
our membership list be sent in not
later than December 27. The mem
bers who have not renewed their
membership re urged to do so on or
before December 27.
It was decided that a committee
Consisting of .Mrs. M. C. Gi'ec;i and
Mrs. Eli McGee should have charge
of preparing stockings for the needy
children of the veterans and Legion
members. Mrs. W. F. Swift, chairman
of rehabilitation, was appointed, to
end gifts to patients at Oteen
and Ward 'Daddy,- assigned to the
Waynesville , unit.
Membership... chairman, Mrs. M. C
Green, reported two prospective
members. There being no farther, '
business, thft.h'ieeti'ng adjourned.
I Tost esse for January will be; Mrs.'
W; F,. Swift, -Mrs. J. H. Howell, ;vfts--Powell
and Mrs. Fi H." Saunders" ' ;
During the social hour .wii-b. .-followed
the hostesses served lii:-us
By Miss Ida Jean Brown,
Rev. H. W. Baucom left Tuesday
for a few days' visit to friends and
relatives, in the Eastern part of the
state, .lic-for'- returning home Mr.
Baucom will go to Raleigh to': get his
son, II- V. Baucum, Jr. who is at
tending WTake Forest College, and
will also stop in Rock Hill.' S. ('. for
his daughter, Elyizabeth, who attends
Winthrop. College, and bring them
home for the holidays.
MUSIC CLUB TO
The Music Club will have its regu
lar meeting Saturday, December 19,
instead of the fourth Saturday which
is the custom. The meeting' will be
held at the Community Club r&om at
3 o'clock with Mrs. L. M. Richeson
as hostess. Mrs. Robert Stretcher
will be leader of the program on
The time is here to ren,v your
membership in the American l egion
Auxiliary for another years. Consid
er for a moment what this member
ship means to you. It is among the
most precious of ; your possessions
Your right to be an, Auxiliary mem
ber has been won for you by th'-- ser
vice of your husband, '-on, father or
brother to his country in time of .war.
Your Auxiliary membership gives you
the privilege of going forward with
the men of your family is thov rarry
into peace, time' the service they ren
dered during the war.
The women of America are recog
nizing tov, that the war left many na
tional and world problems unsolved
and that to aid in solving of these
problems is a duty and a privilege of
those who had the most vital connec
tion with the war. . They understand
the wider significance of the work
which the American Legion is doing
and value the privilege of aiding the
Legion in this work which member
ship in the Auxiliary gives them.
The American Legion Auxiliary is
now entering the period of its great
est influence and greatest powers for
service. You will not want to lose
your share in the big things which are
before the organization, by permitting
Waterman Fountain Pens and
Pencils, a useful gift at ALEX-ANDER'S.
W. N. C. Methodist O.fpdits From He
ference Meets Friday
The rain and eoojer weather for the
past several days have afforded op
portunity to farmers 'o d many
things about the farm.
The tobacco farmer has been very
busy with his burley as he is ppx
ious to get it to market The M'lier
is busy grinding, and the hog raiser
finds the weather ideal for hog kill
ing. M rs. Glenn, Joe, G. C. ancj Emily
Palmer, Annabelle McCracken, Joe
K. Williams, Mrs A. E. Williams and
Anna Roe Ferguson attended the
basketoail game at Clyde Friday
nigh:. "All ejoyed the game.
The community is glad to see Mr.
I John Hipps out again after his re-
j Mrs. Sam Hipps is very sick.
; Dr. W. R. Ferguson is sick.
Miss Charlotte Young, teacher at
I Clyde High School, spent Thursday
i night with Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Palmer. . ;
Mr- Parle Kitchen and R. C. Looper,
teacher at Clyde High School, spent
Wednesday njeht with Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Leatherwood
spent the week-end with parent J, J.
L. Walker, at Lake Junaluska.
Mr.-. Cecil Whitehouse spent Sun
day with home folks, Mr. and Mrs, N
N Miss Mary Rathbone spent Satur
day in Asheville.
Mr. Edd Walker from Lake Juna
lilska, .-pent Sunday with parents,
Mrs. R. M. Ferguson. He had dinner
with Mrs. C- E. Williams Sunday.:
The stewards met at the Methodist
parsonage Saturday evening on business
meet: - ,
The Educational StalT of the West
ern North Carolina Conference of the
, Methodist church headed by Rev. J.
,F. Kirk and Rev. W. A Kale, with
' some representatives from Nashville,
j will be at Cullowhee, Friday morn
' ing, at 10 o'clock, fcr an all day
! educational institute.
The presiding elder of tht Waynes
ville District, Rev. L. B. Hayes, is
' urging all pastors, Sunday School
superintendents, charge lay leaders,
f oHucational committees in
Uhe local church, and as many Sun- Coach Weatherr,
:day School teachers as possible, at- ; gram and made a
! tend this meeting. . athlet.es 'to the
Lunch will be served at the Cul-1 A committee of :
' lowhee Methodist church. Rev. M-led to work out th
n Tnttu n.i,i his enm of workers will I coming year in th
rbe hosts to the gathering.
; The presiding elder also is calling
a 'conference to be held with the pas-
tors on the same day.
masters met last V
! Dillbso'rtr. -Four
i attended the mi -
Homer Henry, cou
educaion, B. D. Bur:
of the Waynesville
eson principal o:
school and Coach (".
of the high school.
The meeting .
about 25 from this
ment of the school
was composed of M
lowhee, B. D. Bun:
YEGGMAS FAIL OS BLOWISG
SAFE .. J
Yeggnu-n failed in attempt tc blow j
the safe of the Standard oil Compa-
nay of Hendersonville Sunday night,
December .1:5. A negro who saw j
strange men enter the building, -no- j
tified the. police who arrived in time
to see three men run from the build-'
ing. No arrests were made.
: your membership to lapse. Maks sure
i t.ht -you will Je. in the Auxiliary
' ranks as it goes forward to the ac-.
j cbmplishments of the coming year by
When gou are sick y
want the best physiciw
When you have car tn
hie you need master n
chanics-lUXl MEANS U!
There's a difference in auto repairing. Th
dinary at any price fails to deliver ecor,
But at Abel's you find super efficient atte:
that puts motors in perfect shape.
Several leading brands of anti-freeze lill j
radiator today and be safe.
JDealers in Gulf Products
. Asheville !
Let W. T. Denton Solve Your
Problems this Yew
. 50c, $1.25, $2.00, $4.00
.$3.00, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
v. . . . .$2.00,
. .. ..$11.50
. . . . .30.00
. : . $2.00 Set '
Children's Wagons. . . . . . . . . .
Tricycles, Large Rubber Tires, . . ...
Babies Buddy Bikes . ... .... .... . . . . . .
All the above are good well made and stout.
26 Piece Sets . . . . . . . . .. . .
29 Piece Sets, 35 year guarantee, fine tray free
42 Piece Sets, 50 year guarantee, fine tray free .
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Nut Crack Sets..
3 Piece Carving Sets, stag and Ivory handles. .
Alarm Clocks,. ...... . ..$1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $3.50
Mantel Clocks, fine goods, . . . . . . . . . ..... . .$6.50 and $12.00
Electric Clocks, beautiful goods ... . . ... . . .... $5.50 - $7.9
EWrrir Trnns S1 F0 S2 00. $2 50 s orrnrl as anv
riecinc uouuoir juamps . . . . . . . . ....... . . .$l.zo, $i.ou, m.cj
Electric Percolators . . . . .. . . .. $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, nice good?
Watches . . ... . . . $1.00, $1.50, $2.50, $4.00, $6.00, all guaranteed
All kinds EVEREADY Flash Lights.
Folding Card Tables . . . . . . .. . . . $1.50 - $3 00
Jews and French Harps
Roller Skates . . . . v. . ... . 1 . . . . ; , . . . . . .$1.00, $1.40, $175
Boy Scout Axes. . . Boy Scout Knives.
Air Rifles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . $1.00, $1.50, $2 00
Fine new pocket knives great lot to select from prices low, quali-
ty fine. ;' '- '.'::
Until January the First I Will Give Ten Per Cent
off on all guns and I have a good a ssortment, during the same tir
will make a reduction on full boxes of shot gun shells of ten cents f"
My goods were bought for SPOT CASH and at the LOWST late prices and I P'
five years experience into the business and aim to give every customer advantage of
cash buying and experience. 1 t
Come see my store, just across the street from the National Bank and right bv Mr. B
Drug Store. Street number 76 right over the door. '
76 Main Street
. r I
Opposite First National B