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ffAVMPQvm.R NORTH CARdliNA
THURSDAY, MARCH 17,
Hazelwood News j
VISITORS FROM HENDERSON
VILLE . ....
Misses Grace Francis, wLlU?w
Drake, Edith Staton, and Mr. Os
car Smith of Hendersonville visited
the form's Bister, Mrs. Will Blanton,
at her home on Church street.
RETURNS TO HOME IN KEN-
j w T,.t.- Thatthr have
jar. anu - - .
...j i. iv,;. in Alexandria.
vi.ltin Mrs. Thatcher's
li- vr Anna Cole, who hOS
ben quite ill with flu at her home on
ON SICK LIST
Mrs. John Miller is etill confined
to her room due to inflamatory rheumatism.
The young women of the l'rcsoyte
rian church met at the home of Miss
Kate Walls on Monday niK.it, J he
mrpos of the meeting was to organ
ize a Young Women's Aax.hary.
There were 12 present. The following
officers were elected: Sponsor, Mrs.
L M. Rlcheson, Secretary, Miss
Thaisa McLean, and Treasurer, Miss
Elene Fisher. ,
M-o.. TTurrv Fisher and
children of Canton visited the former s
A VERY spatial t
...win. vlu of H ti. At a iu h'cb . -tly
half the fS" P-Mi' Pr,t fTC
Bargaift No. B-l
FrxraaalT. farmar. 1
DlMtfml4 MacfcaaJra. I J"
Khm ClreU. 1 r
run JMrul, I
AHD THIS NKW8PAPBR
rr Uii 1'
Bargain No. B-
Imi PrtaaJ. I rv
mi Orel. 1 J1
YES IUL WMTO. eVa-i Baai
Jft. F, to
to W. C. AHen Circulation Manager of Waynesville
Waynesville, N. C.
OKN EXPRESS I0DY
fi1- .-: .40:;:
P" s .
m HORSEPOWER I
1 . rzi 173 m
j rv i rw i i w i
J i m2 font
yWv-'" C '
Ruffed CS horsepower engine IobI
Bed Iraek-type clutch. HeaTy-daly
4-saeed traMmiadoii with pmiatM
for awer take-off. Track-type spriait
rtsrdy, Mmi-flMUag rear aile
flat titbe radiator SpoJuteel wbeeb
dual wheel equipment totional at
UHt extra coot.
Now $595 buys a real track with
a full niota of truck fealnre
the prodoct of an orfaaiaatioB
that bvflda commercial Tehides
and 157'; many aUadard body
Kylea also TaBable. Seo tkia
new General Motor Track to
day. Ton will acreo that St to
aa owtftandinf track taluo.
father, Mr. J. C. Fisher, during the!
week-end. . '
Mr. Joe N. Steed of Raleigh vw-.ted
Miss Sue Fisher during the wcel:.
Mrs. Uoy Robinson is quite Hi at
her home on Main street.
Mr. L. C- Davis motored to Lenoir
Thursday to see his , brother, Mr.
Kd Davis, who is iri the hospital.
Mr. Claude Morgan of Lenoir is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Carroll Wbitner spent the
week-end in Bryfon City.
Mrs. Ed Green has returiic-d to her
home in Greenrille, Tenn. alter a
visit of three weeks with her parents,
Hf- Dr,,l M .Trvhn R. McClUVe
Mrs. T.Campbell and daughters,
Marzie and Milly John, have been in
j Canton this week.
tiKt Su?ie Fisher was an flmme
' ir Vrazier Lemon has r?tuviied to
his' home in Newtown, iObi ) atto;
visit to Mrs. Anna Cole.
Mr and Mrs. Harmon Moon avA
children of Canton visited Mr. a' id
Mrs- C. N.Allen during the wee kend.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thoma: ( lark
of Asheville are visiting ri'iat-ves
during the week.
Mr. and Mr. Frank Raines of Ashe
ville are visiting the latter's hrotner.
at his home.
DIRTHDA Y PARTY Gil EN M
MR. AND MKS. n-n- mcu -Of
interest to the many friend ol
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Mciurc -
surprise birthday dinner server
by their children and V?"
at their country no . ----view
Road Sunday, March
Their birthdays are marcn v -.
9th. Their ages , "IT ' r"
and one day apart, o anu -of
J?.Ke' nvoni wiri: Mr tud
Mrs. J- W.Winchester and son, Bob,
Mr. and Mrs. W. b. aenancy
: m --,1 iMra I.. W. Will-
and son, Norman, 01 "' "
Mr and Mrs. R. G. McClure and fami-
?. m Porter McClure and daugh
ters Arbutus and Agnes. i
The grandchildren were Mr. ?nrt
Mrs. Ixwedahl and family. Mr and
ntvc Hill Winchester and son, Unroll,
Mr. "and Mrs. Lon Bowen and sons,
Bonny and DouglnB.
w frienrfx orcseut wert'.
Mts. A.3. Shook, sister of Mrs. Mc
Clure, Mr. W. I . Bowen ox
Mr C L. I-oveanni..ana "'
r. . . .f. n r Evervone
Hooper oi iAii"i - ,
enjoyed the four course dinner served.
Mr- and Mis. naciui .
lighted to have their children, grai.u
ehildren and friends with them again.
First Grade Miss Tucker; Harry
Evans, Bill Hoylc, L
Harry McCracKen, nargai-ci.
Ada -oi .-- ; h,.
Rotters: Miss creasman; v.""' j-
son. Car urium, pi iy iu.. x .
gia Hyatt, uuie ait-n...,,
Queen, Kobena smun.
'..,j,Mio0 Martin: Rich
Rrorllpv. Lewis Maims, ptw;
Gene Alley Mela Dicus, Madalenc Wil
namfi muB ajwh.v. ..w c.uvi
rington, Edith yueon, inuiumu
Thir.i Grade Miss Leatherwood;
Hilda Smiley, Henry Swanger, i. J'
.. ..i.. vc... x,.i-ov .lark Danirer-
hart, Joe Jimmy Stone. Evalyn y6tt,
Melba Rathbone. t,ioise ivnigiu.
Fourth Grade Misa.. Crawford;
tl. D.k.M Molln Earlv: Miss
w Puniini' llv. Arba Ar-
""iSS??" -,!.. .Alio. Stvino-flpld: Ru
n Tochrane. Douglas, Holsonback,
Rntlilvnro DnriH Anderson
nviui; ...... w.-.-v,
w i-:..ki, it, ,in Pxirorv Vlnrtraret
Uov.;. Cm-rip Buchanan, Ho.vaiU
rii:.. 'loi-nni'ii Hunter.
I..U1IIII, " " " " "
ALU VJ I Mu v -
IT tniL, . o a . .
Seventh Grade Sara Welch, Thom-
20 Years Ago
Miss Ruth Knight visited Mrs.
Scroup Enloe in Dillsboro this week.
Misses Pauline McCracket i ami Mary
Long attended the show. "Graus tark,
in vonciiiic ; .
braids and Pins go w
Mvs. Clark's millinery store.
"Vl o ii MoHfnrH of Clvde made
this 'office u very pleasant call Wed
nesaay moriuiip. ntnrnpd
MISS rMJian ! - - .
fiom a visit to her motne- in nw
sonville. . .
Mhs Bessie Love after a visit oi
several months in Gastonia, returned
home Wednesday afternoon.
Easter is almost here again. It has
a way of coming about this time ev
lie and Mock has voile skirts in
satin and jet trimmings to complete
the Easter outfit.
Easter is the season when every
body discards the old high shoes and
puts on dainty low cut pumps. f
Easter display or inc. new snap .
worth a call if you are interested
The Western Union Telegraph
Company will send what is called
"Nieht Letters" for the usual price of
ten words. That is, if any one de
sires to send a message or nny woros
or less, he can do so for the day
price of ten words. Of course these
messages are transmitted! onty tet
It is said that within fifty miles of
Bolton are thirty-two Sunday schools
SSSTtKhildi e uught atheisrn
Ind in Pittsburgh is a soviet faunday
KhM?witli an average attendance of
feSundred. The children :n n
schools are Uugnt w nc -Chri't
and to hate the Bible, we
cnrui, .lurm noon these
Sgs But what about rtr, mtoon
in this country wno n. 'V
ehurch door and who live as if there
were no God, no Saviour, and no
Bible? Who are most to be feared,
fhe soviets or the pagans that are
at?,ur u.r : .Kvlnus. In the lace
ine ns .
t v .ari .i church oe-
01 BUC?.1 .-;r. club, or the
generate uuu - . f
minister become an r.ire
. t. .v....i. mnaf ever be a
,iii on in me wum.
men were needed in tha first cer.tuty
and Tre needed in every succeed,, g
century if the Christ nn church ful
fills it mission on eavtl
OPEN THE DOOR
Open the door, lct.in the sui
He hath a s.mile for every one
He had made of the raindrop
He may change our tear i- t
Open the door!
Open the door of the sou!; let .;,
Strong, pure inougrws' .which ,
They will grow and bloom ...
And their fruit shall be sv.'Lttr ,
that of the vine
Open the door!
Open the door of the heari.; ltt i,
It wll make the hails the heiti
The angels may enter unaware-
Upen tne aoor:
nnr grower' "f Bertie County re
port a sevc outbreak of cholera
widely .scattered over the county.
Tobacco and cotton growj
Harnett County will plant'
food and feed crops this year thu
any previous time, refits tli(. tft
Hadn't Been Well
For Over 2 Years
Only Weighed 100 Pound., Ska
Now Wi(hi 112
"I hadn't been well
for over two yearn
and iufiered terribly
from stomach trouble
land lndlRentlon. 1
I could not oat enough
, i o k e d u n m y
,Jl ,tlr,lfc1"- ... .
Vv rterllned o rapidly I
7f fell off to where I
fi-Wl nnlu wlnhri a hID-
.1 dred pounds. Nov 1
1 weigh one minareo
(OI a n d twelve nounas
"iT ii'. nothing liort of
iv ihl wonderful Sr-
Kon nifiSitin brought back my health
and mreimth The 1'in ln ded my
eonstlnatlon and relieved me 'fittie.y
of thl teirlble trouble I d differed with
ao Ions. AM ru friends are asklnB rne
whit makes me look ao. ""-'":
T. Benneit. '31.00 Paeeo street. Iteneaa
K. I iw AW"
EASTER HOLIDAY FARES
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
One Fare Plus $1.00 For The Round Trip To
AU Destinations In The Southeast.
March 23, 24, 25 and 26, 1932
FINAL LIMIT 15 DAYS
Tickets Will Be Honored in Parlor or Sleeping
Cars Upon Payment oi rroper
,;n no oiirtwpH and bacffxaere checked
An Excellent Opportunity to Takea Two Weeks
Trip Over the Easter Holidays at This Great Sav-
Consult Local Agents or Address
Southern Railway System,
Asheville, N. C.
ill . . .
WATCH FOR "HELL DIVERS"
NEXT WEEK, ITS ONE LONG
CONTINUOUS AVATION THRILL
THAT YOU WONT FORGET SOON.
"My ork Is confining,
and often I eat hurriedly,
causing me to have indi
gestion. Oas will form
and I will smother and
have pains in my chest.
"I had to be careful
what I ate, but after
someone had recom
and I found a small
pinch after meals was so
helpful, I soon was eat
ing anything I wanted.
"Now when I feel the
least smothering or un
comfortable bloating, I
take sv pinch of Black
Draught and get" relief. "
Clyia Tauobo. ! W Sfe,
foUL m pactefwa
T ...' ...
at highest market prices
f or Subscriptioins .
i for limited time only
Raraain fnr VWu
FARM PRODUCTS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON THIS OFFER
The Waynesville Mountaineer
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