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ItSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1932
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
Le't from last week.)
R'uJv Class of the Pare
L' Council held its third mect
o.iday night at the Central
.School building. Much
aid enthusiasm is being
Ji these meeting and all
ire urged to take advantage
gree remaining lessons.
ineral topic 01 siuuy on
.. IT i.1 IT If
lw i noriny nraie ;em-
Three excellent papers
id a follows:' "What is a
by Prof S. E. Con-.
"Changing Economic and
J&nditions and Their Influ-1
pome Ute, -firs, uewey ino
ld "Educating for Worthy
tmbership," by Mrs. M. G.
CHESTER O. BELL
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
p- IS SUCCESS
Seft from last week.)
day evening the Woman's
of the American Legion
gc benefit party at the Hotel
Flairs and the colors of re 1.
h blue were used in decora-
guests were received by
Ii- Camp, president of the
fcnization, and members of
fcuttee in charge. Twelve
tables were in play.
The following business houses con
tnbuted prizes for the party Al -
ander. C. E Ra., Ma-o'. Dep.,,.
mem Store. Martin Electric Co.
Mock's Department Store, the Way
neswllc Pharmacy, . the WiyneviI
Book Store, ami the Havwnod P, i .
n..i:c:ig ti n r.i'.je w .mi. -..
Mrs. Jas. L. Stringfekl, Mrs.
Love, Mrs. M. H. Reeves, Mr
McCracken, Mrs- T. M. Sea well, Mr.
Wallace.Blaekwe.il, Mr. Bonner Ray
Mr. Doyle Alley, Mr. W. L. Lampkin!
and Dr. N. M. Medford.
WELL "FRANKENSTEIN" is
MERE AND YOU'VE NEVER SEEN
ANYTHING LIKE IT SO DON'T
MISS IT. THURSDAY & FRIDAY.
Pinther recognition of the bi-cen-tenmal
was made when a committee
was named to have charge of the
lub's memorial tree planting service
to be held in the near future. This
L-V.;K3V II p'mT 4a CUIIipOMM OI MISS no-
r'jrgvf- l I be :a .Miller, Mi. V. T llatirah, Mr
Ya-sS' II R. N. Barber, and Mrs. Thomas M
The cunent program was present
en by Mrs. .lames Harden Howell
chairman of the committee on edu
cation. She presented Mrs. B. D
Jiann, wno read one of the most
tnousm provoking papers every pre
sented before the club Mrs. Bonn
reviewed the history of education in
North Carolina, dwelling on the pub
lic M-hool system and most compre
hensively presenting the develop
ment and expansion of the schools.
Mr. Bell, present auditor stat' I tl?' pointing to ways and means bv
prison, announced yesterday that hewh,cfl clul) woml ean assist and en
wojld.be a candidate for state n-1 roula'?e Iocal school officials and
ditor subject to the n..m,w.ti I workers
inthe June primary.
f A N T E D
ITE EAR CORN
IT 4 RATES
a vrd for this size tvne for
mn; half price for subse-
(Left from last week.)
Haywood Post No. -17 Auxiliary
of the: American Legion held its reg.
ular monthly meeting on Monday
evening, February If., at the Masonic
After the usual opening evveises
with the Post members, the Unit re
tired to its own room. The meeting
was opened with the Preamble to the
The roll was called and the min
utes of the last meeting were read
At this .meeting Mrs. Camp ivport-
e:l on the Benefit Card Parly vliv'i
was given Friday evening at the I.e
Faine Hotel. She expressed'" her Ap
preciation of. the co-operation 'if the
Auxiliary members. The par'v was
Voted a complete success. Mix. J. H
Howell gave the following list of
.'U.Miiess houses who very goni"'iv,isly
i-uiiributed the prizes: Alexander',
( . E. RayV Sons, MassreV Depart
ment Store, Martin Electric, Mock's
Dep:.rtmont Store, the Wavacsville
Pharmacy, the Wavnoxville Look I
fto'e. and the Ha.,,ud frim Shop
The muvm8 ot the par.y was due
-njO io the senerosity cour-
tesj of these business houses rnd
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kirkp.tr. k of
the i.el'aine Hotel
M-"- w- P- Swilt, chaii i.i ., , rc-
mi -l. "latum, reported" having received
1,1 inaiiKs trom the p.it.euts at
Oteen, to wiiom tlie Auxiliary -e"t
gifts a i ( hristmas.
Mis J. H. Howell reported that at
the last meeiing of the C-iMt..-i U
fl0M 1,,st" the principal, speak 'r was
Major Howell. Commander and Mr
J- C. Patrick accompanh'd Mn;or
and Mrs. Howell.
Hostesses for the luuvh m'v.;,nK
will be Mesdames J. Patrick, II K.
I 'i ) ' I' .'11 . and Hurst Burifin
Homer Henry, county superintend
ent of education g-uve brief but no
less interesting and instructive "facts
and figures on the recent 'legislative
program as relattsi to -Haywood
county and Waynesville township
Further commemorating the patri
otic event was the 'declamation
"Washington," given by James
Harden Howell, Jr.. who won the
district silver cup at Mars Hill in
December. John West, Jr furnished
a delightful piano number, "Minuet,"
At the conclusion of the meeting
the hostess served an ice sourse car
rjing out the red, white and blue
MRS. T. M. SEAWEIX,
'I' 1 li- is. Mi , W f Sunt, Mis
J. II. Howell, ami Mrs F Sa in-du-.
vimv,.,! delightful vake- ami col
lee during the joint social. Major
wl'-: took- this occasion to read a
P'H-m, the title of which was "The
Bonus.;... He also read a clipping
taken from n newspaper concerning
d. hill fc
d War Vet,
HAS MAN EVER CREATED A
HUMAN BEING AND PUT LIFE
,INT() IT? SEE FRANKENSTEIN
AT THE WAYNEWOOD, THl'RS
DAY OR FRIDAY, THIS WEEK.
Kord for this size type
insertion; half price for
a ford for this size type
jinseruori; half price for
charge of 25c.
--Six Angora goats
'I ii i i j . .
" -HOES as cheap as $1.9;
VAN1I-D 100 MEN i o voe the new
I line of drc;s shoes just received.
Look like it'll! shoes, rubber heels,
built for wear, only !.;" at Mc
Cracken's Chithin Store.
INSURANCE I'oi all kinds of in
surance, - with tellable companies
see J. Al. .Newton, your insurance
man, at the Havim.sville Insurance
Agency, Over J he Mountaineer
. Olu e. .
( IMNt H Oi" i II Ell Wi,
EEI I Mil 1 M N U TED to iall
on farineri . in Haywood County
Vond(.ritil opiioilumty, Make f7 to
12 daily. No. experience or capita!
needed. Wnte today. McNess Com
pany, Dept. P. Freeport, Illinois.
Immediately following adjournment ! , '. fV ',.
I . ,T. J
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Long and Mr.
and Mrs. R. I, Prevost attended a
i"it in ( anion Tuesday night given
by Mr. Long's brother and sister, Mr.
ami Mrs. ( harlie Smith The event
was in celebration ot the birthday
anniversaries, of Mr. Long and Mr
Smith w hich tall on the same dnv
Mh'S. .OHXSOX'S MUSIC
r, t'll.S IX RECITAL
All.-.. Joseph Johnson's piino pupH
gave a recital at the home id' lr
Johnson I-r i day afternoon honoring
d'eorge- Washington and his L'UHh
In i t htlay . The music room wis d
orated in llags and numerfiu-i baskets
and vases of red (lowers. Tii." ridre-di-nn-iits
also earned out the re,i, white
Ji'Ul blue color, :hion. The following
: -ti rain was given":
C herry Blos
Solo, "Father of the Land We
!, ve," Bobby Sloan.
Violin Solo. "America." ( h:,r e.
Wil.is (9 years old.)
Piano s.ilo. "Drink to Me Only
With Thine Eyes' and "Sunset,"
Reading, "The Music and Dances
o( Washington's Time," Elizabeth
Piano Solo. "The Drums of alb v I
Forge," Katherine Martin.
Violin Solo, "Merry Fye
Duet, "Minuet," Katherine
Violin Duet, "Auld Lang
Anna Bell and Edith Crittenden
Piano Solo, "Meditation." Bobby
Aftvr the program, delightful re
freshments were served by the host
ess, The mothers of the club mem
ber were special guests for the oc
casion. Each jruest received a small hatch
et as ' a souvenir. These hatchets
were made by the" pupils of Miss
Mary Stringfield from the Hazelwood
tion, would give an illustrated leetura
tin next Saturday night, February 27,
at 7 o'clock at the White Oak church.
The topic of the lecture is "The
Loid's Acre Plan for the Country
The public is cordially invited tn
attend this special lecture
DON'T (JET I P NIGHTS
Make This 25c Test
ou need this easy bladder physic
to drive out impurities ami excess
acids which cause irritation that re
sults in leg pains, backache, u-ning
and getting up night. BU-KETS, the
bladder physic, containing buchu, ju
niper oil, etc., works on the bladder
pleasuntly and effectively as castor
oil on the bowels. Cet a 25c box (H
grain snze) from your druggist. Af
ter four days, if not relieved of let
ting up night go back und get your
money. Y'ou are bound to feel better
after this cleansing and you get your
regular sleep. Locally at The Way
DR. RRYON LaRUK
Physician and Surgeon
Dr. Kufua L. Allen
Waynesville, N. C.
To Be Given At White
Oak Church Saturday
Rev 0. C. I.andrum, pastor of the
White Oak Presbyterian Church an
nounced yesterday thut Rev Dumant
Clark, representative of the reliirious
department of the Farmer's Federa-
PICTURK "FRANKENSTEIN" NOW
SEE IT AT THE WAYNEWOOD
THEATRE. THURSDAY OR FRIDAY.
APPLICATION FOR PARDOX OF
1 1 ur mi-
1 1 ' J 1 1
, IS now X,
l: . .. MEETIXC,
MOXD AY EVEXIXC
Hie legular meeting of the Par
n; l-'.-i, inn s' Council will be held
next Monday, evening,. " Ft-liruary 29,
fit 7;:i0 oV ook m .Central Elementary
S;'ii . o! l,iuldinU. "Ethical (vharacn-r"
will lie the subiect in i.hn stn.li ,.,.n,-I,
whieli will be taken ud at ..-that time.
Application will be .made to the
Commissioner of Pardons and the
Governor of North Carolina for the
pardon "of Melvm Messer, convicted
at the February term of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, 1926, for
the crime of manslaughter and sen
tenced to state prison for a term of
All Persons who onnnse th nrrnnt-
ing of said pardon are invited to for
ward their protests to the Commis
sioner of Pardons without delay.
This the lHth day of .February,
MELVIN M ESSE It.
Feb. 18-2."i pd
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
i a lu
Spii il l
. A I
' an ad
l I' ram
10" ne c !K-
" I' a -liington
Me, - r an I Mr
"The Band i
"Learning to Waltz," Met.i Incus
"Am. rn a I ir:-t." James W hi
"Tlii- ;nmdf'ai .her Chirk,
1 time VOU nr nnf
of fix as the result of ir
regular or faulty bowel
movement, trv Thrnio
Black-Draught for tho re-
iresnmg relief it gives
thousands of people who take it.
ivir.u. w.U)cU,a construction supcr-
.ouriiijunc in niliiHki, Va., Bays
W hen I (tot con
i ii -nr
1 REASON BI E-
;ti -tii.ient and fiost.nrm.f
it could be too late to
Pet dog immunized
auies. Phone 17(? for Dr.
show the ladies of
: oi'ist lipautiful shoes
'n;. have ever looked
' i fol .vily $1 iK) I
. ( hithing Store. '
N ( T 1 ( E
.Chiropractor is Drs.
Wachovia Bank BIdg.,
V C., ho invite you into
r" " Ashevilc 5614.
Man or Woman for -spare time work
collecting .monthly " magazine ac
counts and renewing. -old subscrib
ers. Commision-basis. Small bond
i equiicd. Ten Forsyth St., Riioi"
ML Atlanta, (Ja.
B VLV i HICKS Huh-Tiu-lay an I
Ulldai, J J t th t, -t S'ii I' ooe.
tested t hicks you ever snw. White
and Barrel ?.;-.-, RlfcrJ I a,i i
Reds, White W yandcrttes.Butr -Orpingtons,
White Leghorns. . Bunch.
Poultry Farm and Hatcherv. States
ville, N. C. . Miy 12
'. AX If MRS. I.OXC
ni;iiK,r iiosri s-,.s
. Mr. Hi!.: Mrs. -lames M.
host s a! !) chat mini; !:: i-firt
las t." Thurs-'lay - v en'ui'g at thei
ases of jasmTM: an ! jot; ((,-.. IN 'wel:t
att:acively a-,a:iged t Ii . .n-'glaeji.. the
living rooms. The card tables, at
which the dinner was serve), were
UliiiCl with yellow ".candles ami the
joio: motif , of .yellow and 'vnite was
oted in. the plaee .-aids and salad
and ice courses
I. ate in tr.e evening following a
fpinted -bridge game -M"iss Nancy Kil
iian was tr'-.- -ni ! ibe KiiWi s so,.
ll "W ' : T'Tare.wonwl
L, ,eie ; " -1, U2 M
,- 'M i:.-.:, Mazurk-a firi-'li. v.U:" by J -'.n t 'ApHi
,om(, Me.,.rg,. l-'Kirel.nu, Moris M,,M-r. U 9 I ,-tof f to U
"I.. M mil" Maud t.uhnio, r ' m " D 1 9 M
Mom- V- JlaSK'i I
' Here ( oi.n -s t Parade." J.Vn- " '. , '"' " -" " " " 1 1 -l I
" -'--s ' no run itown. or niif- I
White and Mrs. Johnson 1 ..-viry nwm-u, should tnkp f.'ur- I
"Ii.....fi,.l P..m Dan.,', W My' L- " ' '
ntipated, my head aches, and I
have that dull, tired feeling-just
n-)t cijuul to my work. I don't
leel hungry and I know (hat I
ne.id Po.tiethiiig io clentiHO my
ryjtein, oo I tnke Black-Draught.
Wc have found i n great help."
iiohl in 2.9 -f --. packages, e
On Monduv the 21st day of March-
l!V12, at 11:00 o'clock A. M. at the
Court house door (.Masonic Temple)
the undersigned, trustees, will .sell at
public out-cr.v to the highest bidder
for cash the following described lands
and premises lying and beim? in citv
ot W aynesville Haelwood. Ilavwimd
County, North CarolinfCaiid fullv de
scribed as follows:
bkclnnink; oil II stllke in th..
South side line of Sycamore Lane and
the Northeast corner of Lot No. f;
thence South KH deg. Eat. 10 feet
with the said side line of Sycamore
Lane to a stake; thence South 2 deg
West 170 feet to li stake in the Nlm-lli
line of Lot No. ;t(); thence North 8K
deg. West Kid feet to a stake in line
of Lot No, fi; thence North 2 deg.
East 170 feet with the line of t.nt
No. T) to the UE;iNNI;
Sale made mirsuant in on, I,,., un.i
by virtue of the dowim' root uti..i in
that certain dec. I of 1 iu s ov,-ot.,l
by . P. Nicoludis, single, to Insured
Mortgage Bond Corporation of North
Carolina and Union Trust Company
of Maryland, I i ustees, which said deed
:,''d of (imsi is duly rerorderl in Of
li.e of KeKi.t,r of Deeds of Haywood
County, Not th Carolina, in " Book of
Deeds of ' rust Number 21, at page
to which said deed -of trust and
l ee(;; d reference is heri.be ni-ol,. fr.v
ail-the teims and si innlai ion-. ,.,f ti,.,
lime Safe- made- liecause "f default
in toe navnient f.f tlii. h, , l, a, t, !.,.,;...
.: .'I ;l:e-e!,.
'i If- tie IMi, .li.y of l-obniavv
i'. : '"
InsiiMs) Morffctigo" l!.,:-,d Coipor
1 it ol . i . and Union T-ust
-''I ji.iMiiy- of. Maryland. Trustees.
Feb. 25-Mar. .1,10-17." M(JS
' id hi 1 poducHU,
"Amcriean ( ai' r
' Fn -t Wall," 1 .
"Little (ico-g,. Wa
1 icus and M rs. Johm
"You and I,
' Jane While.
Maud ' a: '-el me
viLGct the best qual
"' lowest price for your
,LV" V, S. S. Starting
r'g Mash S9 Kn r tnn'v
V.DIES SEE fc i' " pjirp and tle
in McCracken'-. ww l.nc of Spurjr
Shoes before you buy. -Priced at
Sl.f'i". An .unheard, ol. .bargain.
Just received Uiem Monday. They
won't l:i-t . long at that pr ice, come
ai lv. M c ( r n c.k e n's -(lothmg
rze: fit; ive -ladies;' ai d
4 .1 evoit ic.'c-ive.l tiV'tow:
r f-r. -i.::''i!i"!i. .
The. eue. ts i-H-J'iilu i M
't . Swift, M . a.'r-d.--.:
Pieies-t. Mi ard
so. i. M-. and Mr
imi .Mrs.. C. C White, Di
I. I;. Mc( racken, Dr. -and
Mr. IC. I..
i. . Mr an M -.
i' 1 M R I .
I. .'! R.iie
J u J ( olk.U, Mi
. n ! Mi -Mrs,
"El ( aiutan.'
!:- -I h..-oi,. :
M t , In,
Home," Jimmie Di-
yHHlq. Mail ofdm
:"Pt attention.- Give us
'e moderite, our work
K"N ROD'S STUDIO,"
rOT JUST II ATCHKUY CHICKS,
but- big - husky clicks - from a real
breeding farm where vigor, produc
tiveness and standard .qualities are
paramount. We invite you to visit
this modern Poultry Farm and see
our chicks before buying. Write
for circular. Brightwater Farms
and Hatchery, Hendersonville and
Brevard Highway, Hendersonville,
SC. - "' -
F. Lenoir flwyn,
inn, Mr. . VVallnce
iro.v i'mvi ; ons k n i h
I! -1 SHI (, TO S LIliTIJI) i
Outstanding among the civic
evt-n-.-- was the Wa.-.hmgtou- bi-cen-
enna! -.b-e'vi at the regular Feb-
:ia;v meeting of trie Woman's .CJub,
heH Thui 'day. afternoon at hini
of Mrs. N. M. Medford oh Love Larie.
Mrs. John M. Cueen was associate
hostess with Mrs. Medford.
Mis C. I. --Kirknatnck. th? nresi-
icr.t. -prefii'tvd. A larg? an l brauii-fully-
framed .painttng-.--. of (reorgc
Wasnington was exhibited to the club
with the announcement that :t would
b? pre.-tnted 113- the club to the Way
nesville Township High School Fri
day morning at a special chapel prc-
VOU'VE HEARD ABOUT THE
PICTURE "FRANKENSTEIN" NOW
SEE IT AT THE WAYNEWOOD
"Tin Sddiers Parade," "D.-liodil
A a!'," and "Yaiihee Dorxllr," '.vr
'-v t.1:" Lv'nmic In-hest r iCo'r il,.
JUXIOR MUSIS CLUi:
-A a 'musualiy delight f:i' ro ..--.
-m! v. given by the M-ir-a'
-M 1 " ' ) Tu"Jf t M J . ( h; , s n
i s 1 .it 1. la of f,ui :-. - j , t i
r i V . )-ru n. M nelav
tenioon. February 22, at four .j'c'o
a', the home of Miss FtrmHield
lAxe picture of Wa'hmgton draped
"w'.'h the l'n,;. i St4k, f,'g hurgnw
:h'!. maotie in the livinir room Mr
K-therm'- Queen, president of th
tluo. preside 1 announcing the fol
lowing program: "'-
Piitio S''o, "Sun'-et at --It. ee-!
by Stacy Wilburn.:
f'ii.: So'o "c,)u,-ni),ai xhf f,t
if the Ocean," Paul Davis;
Duet, "Stars and Strines Forever.'
Miss Stringfield and Mary McCracken
Violin Solo, "Dances of Washing
ton's Time," Anna Bell Crittenden.
Reading, "The Human Side ol
Washington," Katherine Queen.
Duet, By Mary and Katherine Pel
WAYNKSVILLK, N. ('.
TIirRSDAY AND FRIDAY, FED. 25-2G
JOHN liOLKS, MAK ( LARK RORIS KAR
l'V 11 A N K E N S T E I N"
SATURDAY, FKB. 27
TOM TYLER AND ALL STAR C AST in
TWO FISTED JUSTICE"
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, FER. 29, Mr. 1
WALLACE KERRY AND JACKIE COOPER In
r WEDNESDAY, March 2
SLIM SUMMER VILLE AND ZASU PITTS in
"THE UNEXPECTED FATHER'
ALSO COMEDIES EVERY DAY