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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1932
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
HAZELWOOD (Special io The
Mountaineer.) The i Hazelwood
lioosters Club held its regular month
ly meeting at the Hut Thursday
cvLnitiK. November the 10. The
meeting was in cha-"j;e of the presi
dent, ,Ioe Davis- This beiiur the time
for election of oll'iecr., for the coming
year tlie followi'ifi oliieers v.xre elect
ed: President, .Sam Knight; Vice
President. Harry Anderson; Secreta
ry. U:v. A. ('. Laiulium; Treasurer,
J. (.'. 1' isinT. The secretary and treas
urer scivcd last year and were ie
tkeled. Short talks wen.' given by
each member present, giving .sugges
tions for a better JSoosiers C'lub next
year. .Musi.- was furnished by Hie
"lied Sw anger .String l.Snml." A de
licious supper was served by the la
dies ef the Presbyterian church.
Mr. and. .Mrs, W. A. Gaddis enter,
t'lined a number of friends Sunday
celebrating the former's birthday.
Those present were: Rev. and Mrs.
O. (' I.amlrum and children, Joy and
Owen. Mi.-s Liieinda Landruni, Mrs.
Reba Navlor, Miss Grace Naylor,
Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Gaddis of West
Asheville, Ralph Young. Jr., of New
Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mull, Mrs.
Josfcpaine Clark, and Clarabell and
Rufus Gaddis. A bountiful dinner
and a delightful time was enjoyed by
VISITS IX LEXOIR
Mr. G. C. Sunimerow and son,
Ralph, motored to Hickory and "Cfnoir
Sunday where they will visit friends
and 'relatives for a few days.
OBSERVE WEEK A E PRAYER
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian' church is observing the
Week of Prayer ai.cl Self-denial this
week. They are meeting at different
homes each afternoon.
Horn ti Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Scales, November 7. a son.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robin-;
son, Fridav. November 11, a son.
Messrs. Van Hughes of Old Fort
and Karl Neibitt of Canton were
week-end visitors of Miss Gladys
Ales.-rs. Chunk- Morg.ir, 'has.
I arson, and JJartoii J.aney of Lenoir
visited relative;, and friend., during
;'iv:i visi'or li'.iiiig the v.vei; v,cie
Mr-.'. Kugeiie Klisb-y, .Mrs.. Lawrence
"i Khov, Mrs. llossie (Jaddy. Misses
il (en Morrow. Gladys MeKlroyi Ler
'.!: Sctti-s, and Sue Ki.xiah.
Air'. Luther t)'.e!i;y returned to
'.::n Sur.day nf'.er spending the
v..vi; wirH her dslvv, Mrs. 1!. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lytic and Miss
b'lisemond Leagon of Stalesvi'.le were
in town Sunday.
Mrs. Andy Wyatt and children are
visiting Mr.' Wyau's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Hyatt of Lenoir
were week-end guests of the latter':
parents. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Tate.
Mr. Caesar Messer remains quite
ill at his home.
M(ssrB. Vinson McKlroy, Karl
l'.yid, Henry Coxe Clyde Fisher, and
( ivde Green spent Saturday in Ashe
ville. Mr. Charlie Whitener is still con
hned to his room after being quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry and
son and Mr. Jesse Roulette spent the
week-end in Wallah 1, Tenn. with rel
ative. Messrs. ( urley Whitley and Hii
liard Frazier ,'spenc Saturday in
Lowell botsen of Clyde spent Sun
t'.iy in toivn.
Mrs. i-i!ias Dewecss.' of . Burling
ton. N. ('.. and cliiHien are visaing
.'i . Li!ii.- I weesse.
.Mrs. .".!. !. nhe L s ivluviid to
Jacksonville. I-la. Saturday after
-pending so'iie tint'1 With la -r i.'ai'gh-:
r Mi- Hubert ( ;..!y.
i' red Tate .f- Le::oir i visiting his
-air nt., .Mi and Mr." doc late.
TAR HEELS ARE
SLATED TO GET
Eyes Of Love" To
Be Given At Rock
Hill Next Saturday!
JONATHAN'S CREEK (Special
to The Mountaineer.) There will be
a play given at the Rock Hill school
building Saturday night, Nov. 'J'oth.
Admission. v;!I lie Id and 21) cents.
The proceeds will be used for the
bmefit of the school. The play to be
given is "Eyes of Love," by Lillian
Mortimen. The east of characters
Carolina. A Nogro Servant; Willa
Gaitya. an adopted 'daughter ;Mary
Reeta. a two-fated friend; Annie
Burt Wade, Reeta's brother, Robert
Mrs. Barry, Gailya's foster mother;
Lora, a lively house maid; Mattie
Clark, a busy butler; Lawrence
Judge Barry. Gailya's foster fath
r; Frank Howell.
Royal Manton, Burt's rival; Dick
Jim Rankin, the n maded man.
Everybody is cordially invited to
come and bring their friends.
A large crowd attended the box
supper given at the Rock Hill school
'building 'Saturday night The pro
ceeds, which were 3-1.55, will be
used for lighting the church.
Miss Rutti Calh.ma, of Wa nes
ville. spent the past week-end with
Miss Burr Caldwell.'
Miss Dorothy McCrackcn, Mr
Grady Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Tate were dinner guest; of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank llogers Sunday.
Miss Annk Boyd, who is a student
alt- Cullowhee this year, -spent the
week-end with her narems. Mr. and
Mrs. '. R. Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. c. f. Moodv and son,
Charles, and : Mr. '.ad Mrs. Troy
Junaluska P. T. A,
Had Large Crowd
- At Recent Meeting
The Junaluska Parentf-Teachei's'
Assciation meet Tuesday night,
November '.) at the school, with a
large and enthusiastic ' 'number of
teachers and patrons present to dis
cuss the needs of the school.
A short address was made by Mr.
Pink Leatherwood, who stressed the
need of the patrons taking care of
the school needs, after which a col
lection was taken.
A musical rendition by the quar
tet .composed'; of Messrs. Freeman.
Thelkcld. Liner, and Francis was
enjoyed by the audience.
Mrs. Pink Leatherwood presided
at the meeting. Mrs. Harry Liner is
News Events From
Cove Creek Section
COVE CREEK (Special to The
Mountaineer.) Rev. Foiesi Fergu
son filled his regular appointment
here Saturday and Sunday, 'which
was very interesting.
Misses 'Mayo Burr Morrow and Mayo
Davis from Cullowhee College spent
the week-end with :belr parents
Mr and Mrs. Lee Noland from
Iron -Dull' visited .relative's hei'c Sun
day. Mr. and .Mrs. Glenn Ilovveil Were
visitors here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Messer spent
Sunday with the hitter'.-, mother.
Devoe McElroy and Ned Crawl ord
were seen at this place Sunday.
ri w-S 'r
THE PSJ3LIC should be
prudent in seeking relief from
pain. 'Take nothing which does
not have the approval of the
BAYER ASPIRIN will never
do you any harm, and almost
always brings the desired relief.
But remember that the high
medical endorsement given
Bayer Aspirin does not apply to
all tablet for relief of pain.
THE DOCTOR is careful to
specify Bayer Aspirin for these
It has no injurious ingredients.
No coarse particles to irritate
throat or stomach. Nothing to
upset the system. Not even any
disagreeable taste. The Bayer
process insures a pure, uniform
INSIST on the tablet you
know to be safe. And the one
that has speed. Bayer tablets
dissolve so quickly, you get
immediate relief from your
headache, neuralgia, or other
The following have 1 been sum
moned lor jury service for the t rim
inrl term of court beginning Novem
lieaverdam: R. R; Mease, G. C.
Ginnee, Hubert. Reno; Cecil: C. M.
Moody; Clyde: A. 11. Dolson, R. C.
!on;'s ;; Ci'abtree: Gordon Ivinsiand ;
F"l Fork: R. L. Pless; White Oak:
W. 11. Williams; Fines Creek: W. P..
Murray. , Theodore Led ford, Cauley
Rogirs; Iron Dull": John tihamhers;
l-.'v Hill: Rufu.-i L'uti'. A. S. Bradley ;
Jonalh. in's Creek: Medford Leather
wood; Pigeon: J. T. t'athey, G. L.
Erv. in ;. W'avnesville: W. Maid; Holder.
T. F. Edwards, G W. ( ohle, K. K.
i'l iguson, liauiii'.-; Paiiiier, L.
lieaverdam: W. M. Oman. Claude
Iloltzclaw, Cord.d! Ru.ell. W. G.
Rhvmer. C. M. 1 Unlock : Cecil: W. M.
White; Clyde: John Palmer, C. K.
lir.ivvii. II. H. Collins; Crabtree: W.
C. Kirkpatrick; Fines Creek: Z. R.
Sparks; Iron Duff: Erastus Medford ;
Ivy Hill,: Jerry Howell, W. J. Jayncs;
Jonathan's Creek: Ed Morrow, Char
lie Owen; Pigeon,: Thomas Jlichal,
It. W. Terrell; W'ayncsville: (, R.
Allison.- Ben Walker.-: II.'- B. Atkins.
Ed Underwood; White Oak: Sam
Ledford, A. G. Baldwin.
American Legion To Stage
Dance Friday Night Here
( The local post of the American
Legion will nave a dance at tne Ma
sonic Temple Friday night at 8 o'clock.
Both round and square dancing -will
be the order of the evening. The
Hazelwood ' String Band will furnish
the music. Members of the post and
thiir invited guests will be admitted.
Leatherwood. were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Claud Medford, of Lake
Solicitor J. G. Leatherwood and
Mr. Chrisenberry, Clerk of the
Court of Greenville, S. C, spent a
' e ... l i k. l. i
I iew nays nere ihsi. ween squirrel
Raleigh Observers Uelieve Dan
iels, (Jardner, Winborne And
Others Will He
:;.-.!' Speculation ,: ohcady
:: i ,i he't .'.; to who will e I the
. i I'.v,: patronage plums in
S,: ! h t.V.r.iiina in the loin! of ap.
I'.iiii.'hi: u Icdcral jobs, now that
the o!i i lion ol Franklin 1. Rooin-velt
hi: bfciini,. a fact. For one oi the
Mci'ptcd I'ai-ts in eoiim-ctioii with .-.
ij.ang'- in a.diiiini nation, i . 'Jin. tin-ttpjiuiiit.-i---'
;f he j in going out
v.iil go out with it and that these
vacancies will be lilled from the ranks
i ih" victorious piirty.
It is generally agreed that among
those in North Carolina almost cer
tain to receive recognition from Mr.
Rooeveil are Governor O. Max
Gardner;- Josephus Daniels, former
secretary of the navy under Wood
row .Wilson, ; nd under wiioai Mr.
Roosevelt served as assistant secre
tary of the navy; Chaiman J. Wal
lace Winborne of the stale Democratic
executive committee; John Bright
Hill, secretary of the stu'te Demo
cratic executive committee and pri
mary Campaign manager for Robert
R. Reynolds, new senator-elect, and a,
number of others who took an active
pail in the campaign that has just
It is agreed in political circles here
that Governor Gardner has an ex
cellent chance at a cabinet post if he
desir it. Most of the opinion here ':
that he vviil probably be od'ered the
liost if secretary of agriculture, be
cause he has been and . tili h a real
"dirt farmer" and l;..v;:u- o ' the
nt.tion-wide attention he has attract
m tiirotigh his "livi'-athoiae" pro
gram h' re in Norrii Carolina and his
thoiough understaiohng (d the eco
U'iniics of tigrieultuie. It has aiso
i-.ecn Suggested, howevi ; that he may
i 0 all'ered the oost oi' secretary of
coinniei'ce. -This i v 'the t reiiiendous
department 'built-up bv -Mr. H.iocer
when he was its lie.i.l and v.hich now
fas become one ')!' the large M. and
inn t expensive of i'ldeieil depari
in ins. If -Govern v (hiiilner should
he named to head tiii.s great depart,
an at. the appointment would have a
doubly purpose- the first to carry on
all the necessary, and essential activ
ities of this department, the second to
eliminate all the unessential activities
and to ''reduce the expenses of its
opeiation to a -minimum. Because of
Governor (iardn-'i's phcnominal suc
cess during his administration in this
state in reducing the expenses of gov
ernment and taxes as well in the
face of steadily declining revenues
many believe he would prove sigu
larly successful as secretary of com
merce. Some believe that Mr, Daniels will
bo offered a post in the cabinet by
Mr. Roosevelt, but most observers
here think he will probably be offer
ed some diplomatic post, probably an
ambassadorship to one of the more
important European countries, though
hardly to Great Britain. It is gen
erally agreed, however, that Mr.
Daniels v.iil aimost be pernvtted to
.'elect the appointment he desires
and that it will be forthcoming, both
because of his long and clost. per
sonal friendship with Mr. Roosevelt
and because of the assistance given
during the campaign that has just
It is also generally agreed that
Chairman W'inbovne will-, be '.veil re
warded for the excellent work he has
diete as chairman of the state Demo
cratic executive, committee and di
rector of the. Democratic campaign
this fall, which netted a Democratic
majority .of almost 250,000 here in
the f:'.'te. compared with th,. Repub
lican majority of 1)2,000 in 1!)2S. For
while Chairman Winborne is an ex
ceedingly modest and quiet man and
has given no inkling of any desire
for additional recognition, the belief
in many circles here is that he will
probably b,. offered ..the post of coi
'tvtor of infernal revenue in North
Carolina. This post is now held by
Gilliam Grissom, arch strategist .ol
the Republican party in this state.
L is one of the choicest plums in the
patronage, pies aid B is the ..-additional
advantave of affording ail opportunity-.
-for the dist ribulioii of a goodly
number of political- iob to les.a r pol
itical lights. ' '.-' '.-..
Seci;etary tiill oi . v Umington. is
also iieiiig mentioned for the post of
I', S. district attorney for the eastern
aistru t. ami should have no trouble in
Letting this post .if he desires it
'- ince. he Will ha ve no difficulty in get
ting this nost if he desires it, since 1
will, have no . .difficulty.' -ini getting the
support of Governor Gardner and
Senators. Reynolds and Bailey, who
will undoubtedly ..'become- the patron
age dictators for this state. There
are. of course, many other lesser ap
pointments with which manv other
fe-'.er political lights will undoubted
!v b? rewarded.
V. C. Nobeck A. M. Newton
Citizens Coal Co.
Dixie Star and Pioneer
Try This Better
Yeast In Ration
Makes Hens Lay
Test Is Tried And Hens Fed
Fermented Mash Increase
Efigs At I'racticaliy No
An e.jpcnmoni in feeding i'tni. -,.t-i
d laying mash to hens conducted at
the Coastal Plain Experiment Sta-
;i i! near Will.ird during the last
yie.i ha- indicated cht-'t the adiii
;' i of yeast to the reguiar : at ion
w'.'.'i ;,iv" tin incree ;! ihu: -':- of
!' without aihiing '- thv ..'. of
' t -st v.as conduel-d undei- the-
id i.ie poultry deuanmeit at Slate
Co!'c!'-e. He selected 111 -pullets, and
" mature hens a:d dival.-i t"v
ehicktns into two even lats. 'ireed
i"ig and laying ability wcr, consid
ered in making the division as near
eijual as possible. The lirsi lot was
fed the regular laying mash and
scratch grain, while the second lot
was given this regular ration in ad
dition to all the fermented laying
mash the hens would consume in
thirty minutes. Mr. Dearstyne pre
pared the fermented mash by taking
two cakes of yeast to ten quarts of
the mash and Hiding enough . warm
water to make the mixture fairly
moist. This was allowed to set for
The hens were tested from Sep
tember 17 to Februarv- ;! and then
started again on May 28 and con
tinued until September 15. A
careful record was kept of all feed
onsumed and all eggs laid. The
birds fed the fermented mash were
of improved physical appearance and
; i eincil to have r, ' higher vitality
i.li! ii th.e test was concluded. .
'1 case hens fed the fermented mash
' iii unie l li.;tl!) Dounds oi' mash and
".J'ti.'i. pounds of grain as compared
wiih .".,47' pounds of mash and 5,077
pe:;nd of grain consumed by those
hi iim g'-tting- the regular ration. The
biids fed the fermented mash laid
1 ;:.:!!)!' eggs and those fed the reg.
alar ration laid 15, 885 eggs. The
l!:ed cost for the birds in the pen
I 'd fermented mash was 12 cents a
T'.f 11 eggs
while the feed cost of
those fed the regular
I 1 .! cents a dozen.
Former Summer Visitor
Passes A wav In Florida
News vv.is received here this week
of the death of G J. Strozier, of
Winter Garden, Florida. The. (k-
Wtnt BinrM mmtnn
. :': : :V:
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THRILL to the marvelous reception
of this beautiful Chippendale low
.boy with its twin dynamic speakers,
providing the finest and most bril
liant tone reproduction. It pos
sesses many of the outstanding
features found 4 dlt g
only in Majestic QJPW ;
receivers. Price inciud Mystic
Tubes and Ftdcrtl Ux Paid
Svn othar Malcatle Model priced From
Massie Furniture Co.
Main Street Waynesville N. C.
ceased spent many summers in Way-.'0)'
r.esville and had a host of friends
For .'JO years Mr. Strozier took an
active part in the business and com
uunity 'tie of his city. Until ill
health forced him to retire ne played
a Doworful part in political affairs.
For several years Mr. Sl-ozier was
leading clerk at the house of repre--enta'ives
ASGLER MAKES RECORD
Bar Harbor, Me. A 12-year-old boy,
Cailyle Ce-ch-an, of Washhigton, D.
C. caught 225 pounds of groundfisli
on two hURuiines while deep ;ea fish
ing in ihis vicinity, which is consider-.!
here its a record.
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put back, please7
ALMOST daily people who
discontinued their telephones during re
cent months are ordering their service
restored. They found that the small
cost of the service had been repaid many
times each month in convenience, ?n
time and actually in money saved.
Others missed the close and personal
contact with friends made possible bv
telephone service. Still others men
tioned the loss of many pleasant, im
promptu social gatherings when theff
friends were unable to reach them fvfc
It is all true what these subscriber
friends of ours say. Telephone servicf
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