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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
PHONE 1 37
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r u a. Campbell of Dellwood was j Mrs. H. G. Holtaclaw left Wednes
v witor in V aynesville Monday. j day for her winter home in Richmond
Mr Frl- u , Virgmia
- iicuij, ui Kenwood wa
L. Hill of Crabtree spent
Sevmore Messer ot Crabtree
-f tnis wee.
L the visitors here from Crab
u9y was Mr. Harley Clark.
M. Moody of Jonathan .spent
C. Forbes spent the week-
is home i i Bakeravil'e, N.C.
Flora Mae Fulbriplu is ill
tumonia at her home at Lake
3. W. Reed of AshevilJe was
it of Mrs. Joseph E. Johnson
htodore Raby left Thursday
fi'k's visit with relatives in
cil A- Pless and Mrs. Tugh
llle were visitors in Waynes-
in Waynesville Monday on business.
Miss Effie Green of Crabtree spent
Monday in town.
Mr. Albert Howell of Jonathan wa.
in town Monday.
Mr Amos Moody
was here from
Mr. Gaston BurneJI of Dick rrenk
spent Monday in Waynesville.
Mr I.. V. McElroy of Fines Creek
spent Monday in Waynesville.
Mr. Homer Rogers was here from
t ines Creek on Mbndav
Mr. T. L. Revelle of Dellwood was
here on business the trt nf th.. m-.x.l-
Hary Strinjffield was the guest
a.aviiiia Lee in Asheville last
i Mrs. Ivey Hill of Asheville
ts of Mrs. Charles R. Thom-
d Mrs. Dave Pless and son,
if Cruso, were guests last
of Mr. Roy Pless.
T. Henderson of Knoxville,
fcueft of Mr. and Mrs. John
Fi i ... i. i
Mr. L E. Evans of ,
in Waynesville Monday-
Mr. Dob Durnet:
Wood row Monday.
was here from
id Mrs. R. E. NoIIner of Lake
M spent a few days lasc week
Christopher Crittemlon left
;iy for her homo in I hapel
a two weeks' visit to her
Mrs. Charles E- Quinlii.
largaret Hahn of New York
fc has been at the LeFaine
some time, has taken an
it at the Kirkpattick Apart-
Mr. O. L. . Edwards of Ashevilk
spent Monday in Waynesville.
lU'v, a. u. Urynian of ( lyde spent
Saturday in Waynesville on business
Mr. Guy Messer of Crabtree was a
visitor in Waynesville last week.
Mr. Will Shelton has gone to Six
Mile, South Carolina, near Greenwood,
on a business trip.
Mrs. D. R. Shearer of Johnson
City, Tennessee is the guest of her)
sister, Mrs. V. C. Nobeek.
Mrs. Reginald Arnold returned to
her home in Bristol, Tennessee Mon
day after a few days visit to rela
tives in Waynesville-
Miss Eleanor Garrison, who has a
position with the Champion Fibre
company in t anion, fpent bum1ayjlipi,n i1m, Cimrse tht is Mng M , ;lt
visiting friends in Waynesville. I the Hementirv Sehool p.m.ri.,re.l hv
l.u. . m ' . ... .. '
... ii' .i- .- . , , . . ., "u 1 "'em-learners a ounen. ,ir
iu is. mumm ivimueiiy 01 nsneviue
COMMUNITY CLUB HAS
Tne regular monthly meeting of
the Community Club was held on Mon
day afternoon in the club rooms on
Main street, with the president, Miss
Alice Quinlan, presiding. After the
usual opening program, the officers
and chairmen of the various commit
tees gave interesting reports of their
work. Among these were the fol
following: Mrs. W. T. Shelton, in behalf of
Mrs. R. L- Coin, gave the report of
the special committee for the benefit
to be sponsored by the co-operative
efforts of the civic 'organizations of
me iown tor tne unemployed. .Mrs.
Sam Plott of the inter-racial com
mittee told of the visit to the negro
school and of the appreciation of the
teachers for the supplies for the
Home Economic Department of the
sehool donated by the club.
Airs. 1 nomas M. Seawell again
linr.'! the attendance of the members
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Cogburn of Mr. Jism ShffiM ; .
Canton were here Tuesday. j f rom Pigeon Wednesday.
Among the visitors in town from
Crabtree the first of the week were
Messrs. Guy Messer, D. R. McCracken,
R. R. Ferguson, and Charles Hill.
Visitors from Clyde in Waynes
ville Tuesday were Messrs M. A.
Leatherwood, Herst Justice, and Jerry
Mrs. Low King of Cutaloochee
Friday in town shopping.
Mr. C, D. Wallace of Charlotte was
in Waynesville on business last week
Mr. W- T. Sorrells of Canton was
Mr. Glenn A. Boyd of Jonathan was
in Waynesville on business Thursday
Mr. T. A. Clark of Canton spent
Thursday in town.
J. Rcece attended a meeting
iffe rson Standard Life Insu-
tnpany Underwriters held at
anderbilt Hotel in Asheville
T. Neal, Miss Jewel Hipps,
Mary Adams Ward motored
n-Salem last week-end to
jtha Neal, who is a student
lild de Neergaard, who has j
big his mother, Mrs- Caroline
-rd. for the past week, left
r his home in New York
icile Plott. daughter of Mr.
fj. R. Plott of Maggie, left
fmorninc for Miworlr Now
ere she will enter the New
tal for triining:. '
G. Cookingham and daugh-
Coris Cookingham, who have
Ae Kirkpatrick Ayartmeitts
t few months, left Monday
ome in New Jersey.
f roline de Neergaard left
h her niece, Mrs- William
Mrs. de Neergaard will
Newcomb at her home in
nnesota for some time.
Mrs. J. Rufu& MnCraeken
riday f rom a ten nay?' tour
f stern part of the state.
visited Mrs. McCracken's
Charloston,. South Care-
Mrs. John N- Shoolbred
nd Mrs. D. D. Perry left
fining for Elizabethton,
where thev will visit Mr.
hoolbred's son and daugh-
a. iv. iv w ooa.
Mrs, Ernest Withers and !
Jr., spent last week-end
Georgia, visiting their
iss. Hester Ann Withers.
udent at Agnes Scott Coi
rs. Withers' parents. Mr.
Mr. H- C. McCracken of ('nibtree
spent Friday in Waynesville
Mr. Blake McCracken, of Crabtres
was a visitor here Friday.
Mr. J. F. Justice was here
West Asheville Friday.
Mr. W. A- Moore of Pigeon was
among the visitors in town Saturday.
Mr, J. W. Robinson cf
spent Saturday in town.
Mr- R. L. Messer of
Mr. W. H. .'lenderso i of Reaver,!:, m
was among the visitors her--Monday.
Mr- Marshall Messer of Cove Creek
wa; among the visitors here the first
I of the week.
Mr. C.C.Henson and Mr. J. A. Sing
leon were among the visitors from
Mr- Hoyle C:!l of Knoxville, Tenn-
?s-,ee wa.i in T.V. ynesville on business
Mr. Edison E- Colleins of Canton
anion" the visitors in town on Thurs-
arrived Monday and is the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rotha, at their home on Pigeon St.
Mrs. Kenneth Brimmer spent a few
days this week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alden Howell. Mrs. Brim
mer is the former Miss Thomasine
Mrs. Adora Reym ii Richmond
Virginia and Mrs. Joe Rose of Miami
Florida arrived Wednesday and have
opened Mrs. Reyne's home on Siiiath
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. T. Bridges and Mr.
Marion Budges, spent last week-end
with relatives in Greenville, South
Carolina. Misses -Gertrude and Vir
ginia Bridges, cousins of Mr. Bridges,
returned to Waynesville with them for
a wet-k s visit.
Mrs. Grady Boyd and young daugn-
ter, Barbara Ann, and Miss Dorothy
Lane returned last Wednesday from
a two weeks' visit to Mrs. Boyd's .sis
ter, Mrs. Edwin Davis, in Atlanta,
Georgia. Mrs. J.M. Bell, who accom
panied tihem to Atlanta, -remained
there with her daughter, Mrs. Davis,
for a longer stay.
FEBRUARY U. p. C.
The February meeting of the Unit
ed Daughters of the Confederacy will
be held Friday afternoon February
at 3 o'clock, at the home of Mrs, R.
H. Blackwell. Mrs. John M. Queen
will be joint hostess. Mrs- Will Hyatt
will have the papev of the month on
Georgia and Alabama in tb Confed
C- Sattorthwr it.
Prevost and Mr Wlilun
, ... ...
f Jast r nday for a busi-
Philadelphia- They re
?day accompained by Mr.
fst, who has spent the
i-in Chicago and New York
je furniture market.
Mr. D. H. Harris mvd Mrs. H. A.
Osborne were. in Waynesville on bus
:r :'-- Friday. -.-
Mrs, Herman Green of Fin' s r:rcc-k
was in Waynesville shopniitj -S'afar-
Misses Helen Green and Rovii No
land of Finer Creek . wery visitor in
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ward have al
their gust Mrs. Ward's sister, Mrs. A.
T. Lucas, of Jacksonville, Florida.
Mr. J. F. Shelton, Mr. Jesse Craw
ford, Mr. Mark Howell, asd Mr. Jec
Jaynes were visitors from Dellwood
in town Monday.
and Mrs Roy Pless announce
the birth of a son, Francia Lamar,
on ' Thursday, January 28. Mrs.
Pless is the former Miss Helen1 Pugh
of Asheville, noted pianist.
Mrs- C.E. Ray returned to her home
Sunday night from Greensboro, wliere
she went to be with her son, Mr. Wil
ford Ray, who was ill in the hospital
in that city. Mr. Ray has re -"vc red
from his illness and has gone with
Hs 1 ride, the former Miss Edna Al
'ey, on a trip to Northern points.
HOSTESS AT -BRIDGE
Mr.-;. William Shoolbre.i was hos
ss at a charming bridge party last
Thursday afternoon at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Black, in Sunny Cove Orchards on the
A color note of red and white car-
ying out the Valentine motif pre
dominated in the decorations.
At the conclusion of the bridge Mrs.
Thomas M. Seawell held high score
and Mrs. Hugh Massie held low
Each was presented an attractive
Those playing were: Mrs. M. H. j
Reeves, Mrs. Roy Francis, u'rs. luy
Massie, Mrs. S. P, Gay, Mrs. Robert
Stretcher, Mrs Ben Colkitt, Mrs.
Hugh Massie. Mrs. J. C, Reece, Mrs.
Grsyden Ferguson, Mrs, Roy Camp
bell, Mrs. Jerry Colkitt, Mrs. John N.
Shoolbre.i, Mrs. J. P. Dieur,, Mrs D.
D. Perry, Mrs. C: F. Kirkpatrick. Mrs.
C. M.Dicus, Mrs. Thomas M Seaweli,
Mrs. J. W. Seaver, and Mi.- Rohenrt
Our Vynical Officials
An immigrant being examined at
Ellis Island was asked why he desir
ed to enter the United States. He
replied that he simply wanted to earn
an honest living. "Oh, that's all right
then," said the official, "I guess that's
not one of the over-crowded occupa
INSURANCE For all kinds of in
surance, with reliable companies
see J. M. Newton, your insurance
man, at the Waynesville Insurance
Agency, Over The Mountaineer
"OR SALE Two fresh cows, pood
breeds, good milk producers, apply
to Ed Swayngim, Route a, Francis
Cove, Waynesville. 2t2S-5p
B. D- Bunn announced the meeting -to
In held on February S in the interest
of the township schools' and asked
that every one present come and give
publicity to the meeting. Announce
ment was also made of the Art Ex
hibit to be held at the high school
from the Sth to the 12th of February.
An admission fee of 2.i cents will be
charged to view these copies of the
world's famous paintings ami the pro
ceeds will be Used to buy pictures for
the township schools, sponsors of the
Mrs. Ben Colkitt, chairman of the
Dramatic Department, and Mrs.
Thomas M. Seaweli, chairman f Ed
ucation, gave reports of the benefit
bridge party and a discussion of the
prizes to be awarded lit the Minna
reading and sewing contest to :-e held
in the ruring at the high sen nil fol
Motion was made to have the usual
Motion was made and carried 1o
accept the invitation f the Civie
League to give a large tea in cele
bration of Washington's birthday anniversary.
The work of the Allen's Creek
school was presented bv Mrs. W T.
Shelton and Mrs, James M. Long
Motion was made ami carried to buy
some supplies for the cafeteria of
the wchool. The following were ap
pointed by the president to serve ns
the nominating commitrce to bring
in a report for the next spring meet
ing: Mrs. R. R.Ca-mpboIl, Mrs. James
M. Long, and Mrs- James Atkins.
Mr, James L. Robinson, County
Agent, was presented to the club.
Mr. Robinsin made a splendid talk
on the 5-10 Year Farm Plan He
enumerated the resources of this sec
tion and discussed in turn the re
actional, industrial, and agricultural
nctivijfifcs. On the latter h j .ela'nor-
rI 't l-'vrth. explaining in d"t;til
he meaning of 'he T-10 V-.' ' move-
the menning of the .ri-10 Yenr move-
i which the women w ui1 1 -ud in ;he
.i..v..in..ont of the impo-'ai.t phase
"f ' "---nnrces and., the-' namep us
possibilities offered in buyt-ig that
could, capitalize on the quality of 'he
local products in competition with
At this juncture, Mrs Joseph E.
i -I -V 71 -. t ' n ! (rV)trt itio Mliimluit-o ii-ilti i
id".no solo. "Trio Kontameron," by
Leopold Godowsky. She was follow.-d
bv a TPsnme of -purren. "vents by
Mr3. Ira Thack.'ton.
Mrs. Paul Walker, who had the
paper of the after-noon; introduced
Mayor J. Harden Howell; who made
nn ill'-minatintr flk on the rx-rti-nent
subjeft. of taxation, v He. con
fined his subject tc niunicijal ta a
tion. He explained in a definite rind
practical manner the revenues t a
'. "A- the ririce f.. various .kind
I -f !;;i"r-;v;rn(int.s and . certain privi-
'(; p-. xini-i ! f;,r the public. He
j ?poke . . "f . thV responsibility in -t.Ve'
present. pr's of working out the af
fairs of anv town or city. He touched
upon the neeesrary curtailment of
expenses thf$t aenU-d each phase of
the town gnvornr-ent. He closed hi"
rmarkr. with hirt praise of his col
leagues in the vjuious department of
"1 government and
t) co-operation in
;. 1 hour to bnvinp
' : --' Alice Quinla-i.
"Tr3. Homer Henry,
:"obell. hortesses of
'd tea and sand-
I am running a NEW HARDWARE STORE at num
ber 76 Main Street right by Reeves Drug Store
I have two eighty foot floors loaded with New Hardware
bought low for cash and sold at fair prices.
If you want anything I do not have in stock see me and
I will get it for you quickly.
I aim to have the best selected stock of Fishing Tackle
ever in Waynesville, fifty years experience using it will go
into the buying.
My Fishing Tackle wrll be strictly high grade and prices
tire going to be lower than any time since the big war.
Wanted more customers, and if New Goods. Fair Prices
and good service count, I expect them.
New Spring plow goods all here and everything getting
down to before the war prices.
I have new clean goods at from ten to fifty pet cent lower
than a few years ago, except Horse Shoes! you are going
to get the saving if you buy from me.
W. T. DENTON'S HARDWARE
iMok for the big yellow sign "Dentons Hardware", at 76
Main Street and don't miss the place for new clean Hard
ware at fair prices.
Here are a few Good Prices for you.
Can you beat them?
Cotton Seed Meal $1.00 per bag .$19.50 per Ton
Cotton Seed Hulls 10c per bag. $7.75 per Ton.
No.l Timothy Hay 95cpercwt. . $18.50perTon
I ancy green alfalfa hay $1.25 per cwt. $24.50 per T
No. 2 White Corn 50c per Bu.
Salt-100 lb Rag 95 c
21 per cent Union Grain Dairy Feed $1.90 per Bag.
Ubiko AH Starting Mash $2.85 per Bag.
Ubiko All Laying Mash $2.40 per Bag.
Galvanized 29 Gage 5 V. Roofing:
6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 foot lengths
11 and 12 foot lengths
All the above prices are at our store.
$4.15 per Sq.
$4.25 per Sq.
v, nj-r., -Mr-.
M ( r -fint
FO(rTAL PENS REPAIRED
TPK "' WNESVILLE PHARMACY
, I. H. Thackston
Mr. R O. r-iT spent several dai's
In PTson City on business last week.
Everglow Egg ( Quality guaranteed) $5.35 per Ton
Virglow Egg and Blockr-the Best Coal money
ca" buy . . . $5.75 per Ton.
The above delivered within specified limits.
We are giving only a few of the many articles we carry,
all of which are at.. Rock Bottom Prices. Come and see
what we can do for you.
PEOPLES SUPPLY STORE
Formerly Hyatt & Co.
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FEB. 4-5.
ffIIE YEAR'S FIRST BIG MUSICAL COMEDY.
SATURDAY, FEB. 6.
HOOT GIBSON in
"CLEARING THE RANGE"
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, FEB. 8-9.
CHARLES FARRELL AND MADGE EVANS in
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10.
THOMAS MEIGHAN AND HARDIE
Also Selected Short Subjects Every Day
t of Lake Juna
REMEMBER WE ARE GIVING AWAY TWO
BOXES OF GROCERIES EVERY SATURDAY