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I THURSDAY, JUNE 2,1932
Ihe XJDrury jliuw"
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Juvenile Section of Li-
been stated before in these
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. .n: the J - .........
- Tilt LS M u
rof replenishing. It has been a
FT im since we have bought any
books. In past years
it cn" .n.tnm -cUtM-ota
It h45 i"" , TiT-.l. l i :
books as nossible an
r ,heives of the children s depart-
mill hvA vttmra wa hVA
i i lne .......
PfD: kia in finance this method
, keen i
' kLrvine this important week.
The library directors, feel that the
k-Mren's books and the children's
Time is really of more importance
T .j, ilfe hut since wp Mint
igia tne -r-" ""7
the patronage ui
for a big share of our revenue,
Hn-pH since we cannot af-
,,d to do for both, to spend the lit-
money we are abe raise an(
1. which is given to us for new
l TRADE MARK REG.
For lazy liver, stomach and
kidneys, biliousness, indi
gestion, constipation, head
ache, colds and fever.
10 and 35 at dealers.
books by the various organizations of
the city, on the late fiction and non
nct:on most m demand by the reading
ihe following exerpts from an arti
cie published hv th. p...i
fub.uhmg Company of Philadelphia,
b.-co a svry ciear iuea of the im
portance and value of that portion
of our hbrarv which
been sadly neglected for the past two
W'nat sort of stories are th rhil
in wuman snows that story books are
powerful influences in the moulding
of character. Do you study vour
puicnu?s 01 cnnaren s books from
Every story cheap in quality,
whether high or low in price, helps to
make a cheap boy or girl, to lowe
the moral tone, to coarsen the char
acter fibre, and turn the child away
from what is fine. true, honest and
worth while. Before he knows it he
has been cheated out of his noblest
Make it a point to read ever-- honk
you give to a child. Don't be deceived
by a low Price, an attraotivo -nwr nr
the fact that the boy or girl is eager
for the book. Ask vourself as von
Does this book lav RtresR on vil-i
lamy, deception, or treachery
Are all of its incidents wholesome,
probable, and true to life
Does it show young people con
temptuous toward their ciders and
vrce? 'fully opposing them?
Do the young characters in the bock
show respect for teacher? or others
Are these characters the kind of
young people veil V'lt your own chil
dren to associate with?"
Does the hk 'rtk :if and describe
pranks, praet'esO joke. ..-and' pieces of
fhouffhtless and ,T;iel miehief as
;..;.(,. ve,. finny aiU worthy
of imitation? "
T- the lh"Vu r-"-!'', ami the story
written in good style?
These .'ire Mime et the charater-
FLOWER SHOW IS
SET FOR JUNE 2
AT ROCK GARAGE
Show Is Sponsored By Com
munity Club, Many
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JUNE 2-3
ROBERT MONTGOMERY in
"BUT THE FLESH IS WEAK"
SATURDAY, JUNE 4
HOOT GIBSON AND SALLY BLANE in
"THE LOCAL BAD MAN"
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 6-7
WILL ROGERS AND JETTA GOUDAL in
"BUSINESS AND PLEASURE"
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8
ELISSA LANDI, VICTOR MACLAGLEN,
BERYL MERCER AND BARBARA WEEKS in
ALSO COMEDIES AND NOVELTIES EVERY
A ,f JUNIOR SIZE"
HE shin that once fitted him has dropped to a
junior size." Needless discomfort. We've eliminated
e guesswork from shirt buying. Our new Arrow
"Sanforized-Shrunk" Shirts have banished collars that fit
May and strangle later, shirt tails that climb, or cuffs that
CfeeP toward your elbows. We're so sure of it, in fact,
hat we guarantee every Sanforized shirt to $71 .05
il 7 permanently like Trump at . .
C E. RAY'S SONS
The garden commitu. nf rn
munity club has announced Thursday
ifn S the dat 8et 0' e Spring
sujuw. i win De neld in the
grage opposite the Hotel Waynesville
and the hours will be from 2 o'clock
until 9 o'clock in the evening. All ex
hibitors are asked to hav their
flowers arranged Km 11 V1.L.
der that the judges may have time for
their inspection before the show opens
to the public at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Thomas Prine nf M.n v.t v.
aeked the privilege of presenting ihe
Sweepstakes" prise, which is given
to the exhibitor winning the most m
divwiual prizes. A winner of this
prize cannot comoetn for if nnH
years after its attainment. Mrs. J.
M. Long was winner of the sweep
stakes Drize of 1931
The committee is urging that at
tention be called to the prize offered
for the most attractively appointed
luncheon table. This will be an in
ovation this year and is becoming one
of the centers of interest in garden
and flower shows throughout the
The following is the prize list with
prizes given, with the exception of
the "Sweepstakes" or grand prize,
1. Sweepstakes grand prize to be
2. Finest display Iris . ......$1.00
U) 2nd Prize .50
:i. Finest disnlav Peonies .... i.ocl
est vase l eonies
5. Finest display foxgloves .
6. Finest display lupins
i. rinest display single del
8. Finest display double del
9. Finest display oriental pop
10. Finest display annua)
11. Finest display Columbine 1.01
(b) 2nd prize .5u
12. Finest display sweet Wil
IS. Finest display lillies 10.00
14. Finest display pinks 50
15. Finest display hybred rosea 1.00
16. Finest display climbing
17. Finest display red roses .... .50
18. Finest display pink roses .50
19. Finest display galliaidia .50
20. Finest display pansdes ..... .50
21. Finest display minature
rock garden 2.00
Homer V. Cagle For
Board Of Education
In another column of this paper will
be tound tho announcement of Hnmer
V. Cagle who is seeking the nomina
tion a a member of the county board
of education. iir. Cagle who oust
worked his way to success is one of
tne leading lowinets men ol Canton
and iiaywood county. He was born
and practically raised on Cove Creek,
iiaywoou county, ana early in lite
ne attended the public schools, going
to kutnertorutuit cuutge wueic i.c re
mained for two years, and from Ruth
trfordton to Weavervillo college for
iwo years, after which he attended a
business college in Lexington, Ky.,
graduating from that school in 1909.
After completing his education and
business training Mr. Cagle entered
the merchandise 'business in Canton
wherA h hj Kn sinra 1QOQ fnvjn
" " " - VJ V. W . 1 1 ' IS
which time he has won the reputation !
01 reai leader in business, and as a
result of his eotfrts he is todav one
of the largest taxpayers in this com
munity. Mr. Cattle is a son of D.M.
Cagle of Clyde who has served on the
board of education for some fifteen
years or more, he having resigned
after being elected for another term.
If elected to this mosst important
office Momer Cagle pledges himself
to look after the affairs of the county
as he does his own private business,
seeking every opportunity to curtail
expenses and save the taxpayers every
dollar possible in conducting the pub
lic schools, yet he promises to keep
the schools on a high standard' as they
are today, trying at all times to be
consistent with business conditions.
this week with her mother here. She
has been going to Cullowhee school,
but it has closed now. She is very
glad to get buck with her friends and
Miss Bertha Kirkpatrick from, Cat
aloochee Pam took dinner with Miss
Pearle Hembree here.
The White Oaak Baptist church has
started to organize a B. Y. P. U. We
hope it will be a great success. The
following officers were elected: Miss
Annie Mae Corad, president; Miss
Retha Sutton is in charge of the
.singing. Misses Bessie Messer, Bonnie
and Shirley Bramlett as srroup cap
tains and Mr. Brody Greene as quizz.
They all seem to be very much inter
ested in it,
Mr. Lester Jenkins from Waynes-!
ville made a short visit to White Oak
Mrs. J.D. Duckett spent Sunday
with Mrs. Clark Messer here.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS i;
STATE OR NORTH CAROLINA, ;
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD. I
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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.!
Ethel Hendrix f .
istics by which the false and danger
ous story may be detected.
No parent or child-lover will lonr:
remain contented with the position "It
may be poison, but the boy likes i
and it's cheap."
TRAIN TRAVEL DAY
Southern Railway System
June 18, 1932, Is the Date
ONE CENT FOB EACH MILE
Father! Mother! Sister!
Brother! You cannot af
ford to miss this treat bar
gain reduction. Make it a
family matter. Get ac
quainted with a train ride.
Visit relatives, friends, go
to the city, ro to the coun
try, f o for the simple pleas
ure of a train ride! Follow
the crowd! Safer than
staying at home!
RETURN AT YOUR LEISURE
ANY TIME PRIOR TO MID
NIGHT, JUNE 26, 1932
These tickets will be honored
on all trains (except Crescent
Limited) and will be accepted
for passage in sleeping and par
lor cars upon payment of Pull
This exceptional reduction in
fares is offered in commemora
tion of th thirty-eighth anniver
tary of the formation of the
Southern Railway Company, al
so to afford the young folks an
opportunity to enjoy the thrill
of their first train ride.
Buy your Train travel tickets
well in' advance; it will enable
ns to provide extra cars and
axtra trains for your accommo
dation. Remember these tickets will
be sold from all Agency Sta
tions to all stations on the
Southern Railway System. Also
to many points on other lines.
Make your sleeping car reser
vations NOW. Consult Passen
ger Traffic representatives and
Ticket Agents for full informa
tion. FRANK L. JENKINS.
Passenger Traffic Manager
Southern Railway System
; , o
The people here have ken very busy
transplanting tobacco and heeing
Mr, and Mis Hardii t'onr;uj' nnd
family speni. Saturday night with
Mrs Tom Conrad.
Misses Neta Mue Duckett, Porn and
Alice Hunter, and Mr. Hubert Duck
ett from here spent tlie past week-end
at Riverside with their relatives.
Mr. IV T. Messer from here was at
the Cove Creek baptizing Sunday.
Miss Eflie Lee Greene is spending
More than 250 head of beef cattle
which were vaccinated against black
leg by the farm agent of Clay County
showed no symptoms of the disease
while twelve animals which the own
ers would not give such treatment
Heyward Hendrix. i
The defendant, HeywaH Hendrix,
defendant above named, will take no- V
tice that an action entitled as above I
has been commenced in the Superior f
Court of Haywood County, North
Carolina for the purpose of securimr it
judgment for an absolute divorce for
the plaintiff against the defendant on ;
statutory grounds; and the said df
fendant will further take notice that I
he is required to appear at the Office I
of the Clerk of the Superior Court of I
said County in the courthouse in Way- f
nesville, N. C, on the 2nd day of I'
July, 1932, and answer or demur to j
the complaint qf the plaintiff in said :
action, or the plaintiff will apply to I
the Court for the relief demanded in
This the 31st day of May, 1J32.
W. C, BYERS.
Clerk Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina.
June 2-9-16-23. MGS
2nd prize i.OO
22. Miscellaneous Bouquet ... . . 1.00
(b) 2nd prize ................. .50
3H. Finest study in two colors
one predominating ;75
24. Finest display pyrethe.ns 0
25. Finest display ragged robin .50
2C. Finest display yellow flowers 1.00
27. Finest display flowers not
exhibited before ........... 1.00
28. Best wild flower collection 2.00
2nd prize ... .......... 1.00
29. Best shadow box ............ . ,00
2nd prize . . . ..... .... . . . ,50
30. Bost collection outside Way
nesville Township . ... , . . . 2.00
b) 2nd prize .. . . . . . i.OO
31. Best dish garden .. .. . 1.0
32. 'Most attractively appointed
luncheon table ..... .. ....... 2.00
For further information concerning
either the Spring or Summer show ap
ply to Miss Caroline Altstaetter,
Chairman, Mrs. James M. Long, Mrs
Rufus Siler, Mrs. J. P. Dieus, Mis
Alice Quinlan, Mrs. Carol Bell. Mrs.
. T. Shelton. Mrs. I)amnj ijt..
or Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwvn '
First Of All, Consider Comfort
No new shoe feels as good as an old shoe, provided
it is in good repair, if it needs repairing, that's
where we come in send them to us, we'll send
them back with the same comfort and the looks
well, there won't be an v comparison.
DON'T DELAY, SEND THEM TODAY
THE .CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
E. T. Duckett, Prop.
NEXT WESTERN UNION
TRAIN TRAVEL BARGAIN FARES
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
Beginning Saturday, June 4th. and continuing
each Tuesday and Saturday thereafter until Sept
27th. round trip tickets will be sold from all sta
tions to principal cities north of and including
Washington and Cincinnati.
ONE FARE AND A HALF FOR THE ROUND
THIRTY DAY LIMIT.
STOP-OVERS AT ALL STATIONS ENROUTE.
See your nearest agent for details or write
J. H. WOOD, DPA.
Ashevillc. N. C.
Q-flomnxeir V Ca.
Board of Education
Subject To The
Democratic Primary, June 4
If nominated, I pledge myself to a business administration with
a sympathetic understanding of school problems and conditions
as now exiting.
HAY 1 HAVE YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT?
Homer V. Casle