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THE WAYK ESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
: THURSDAY, - DECEMBER 15, 1932
Booster's Club Makes
Plans To Beautifv
Club Offers Prizes To Sunday
School Pupils For Best At
22 Make Grade Honor
Roll At School Here
tify HazeTwood hy co-operating with
me weiare department of Haywood
lounty in the distribution of the Fed,
eral relief fund in exchange for lalmr
on punjic improvements by the unem
ployed and to K've appropriate pr:xes
to all members of Sunday Schools in
the pri:nary classes, viio have been
present every Sunday lui injj the pres
ent ye;.r. the Hazel wood lioosters' club
this week hald one of th. best ses
sions of the year at the Ciry Hall.
I'resideTit Sam Knijrht calleo the
meeting into session :it ;30 o'clock.
After a business session, the pro
gram committee, headed by B. D.
Bunn, superintendent of the Waynes
ville township schools, introduced the
speaker of the evening, Rev. Wade
Johnson, newly arrived pastor of the
The program committer for arrang
ing for the next meeting which is set
for the second Thursday in January
is composed of W. Thomas Reevps,
chairman, T- L. Blalock. and James
It is expected that the program of
beautifuation of tha tewn of Hazel
wood by utilizing the work of the un
employed men jf the town through
the Federal relief fund will go for
ward in a snort time.
(By Spt. fi. D. BUNN)
IWe are very interested in the causes
of many of our school problems. In
Tnft npc wVipn thr miKd fr Atf-
ciency is located a remedy can be ap-
pnea. a lew aays ago we asuea lor
a rennrt nf all sturipnt.s failing nn turn
or more subjects during the first three
months. There were 49 names handed
in. More than 20 of this number had
failed or. all subjects.
We then asked for an honor roll or
all students in hifWi school whr havo
averaged 90 or more on each subject.
This is called the high ten of the
i-html If w tr.'itrirnl In firwl thi
group smaller than the group of fail-
uies. Probably the names of the lower
juartile should be riven along with
the honor roll. But we are withhold
ing them at this time,
At the rlose rf mid-tprm wp pxni'ct
to publish the A. and B. honor roll.
The A. honov roll consists of all thosn
making a grade of 90 on all subjects.
Students can mnk'p n o-rndp 01-t.wn in
the 80's and then get on the B. honor
The A. honor roll follows: '
Mary Willie Rotha. Martha Wav.
Mildred Arrington, Patricia Brandt,
Hunter Henry, Abye Fay Henry, Lucy
Farmer, Mary Medford, Anne Peck,
Anne) Tvnthprinp Pnlmpr Nnrinp Jwp
Robert Sloan, Wilma Hoyle, Elizabeth
Ray, Alice Stringfield, Sam Carswell,
Margie Campbell, David Matthews,
Dean Medford, Jean Morrison, John
West, Thomas ine Stringfield.
Lee Davis Elected
President Of Duke
Alumni At Banquet
Freddie Crawford Will Be Tend
ered Welcome Upon His
A commercial traveler, calling upon
a new customer, produced by mistake
a snapshot of his fiancee instead of his
"That's the firm I represent," he
The cu-stomer examined the some
what determined-looking features of
the young woman and returned the
photograph with the remark: "I'm
afraid you'll never be manager of that
Take no chances on tha winter be
ing mild. We may have a severe win
ter. Fertilized wheat develops strong
root growth which saves the plants
from winter killing.
From an average of 156 birds dur
ing the past poultry year, Lee Drum
of Catawba County secured an in
come of $207. 43 above feed cost.
Over 18.000 bushels of sweet po
tatoes are stored in the curing house
at Cherryville, Gaston County. All
of the potatoes are in crates.
-your little angel
will hug tight!
She can treat
them as rough as
she wants. They
will not break.
Dressed in ap
proved play and
Iee Davis, of Wavnesvillp wot !.
ted president of the Haywood county
alumni association of Duke University
at the annual banquet and business
meeting of the croon t th H-,t.l
ieraine here Monday night.
Other officers elected were: Harmon
Moore, of Canton, vice president, Mrs
L. J. Blackwell, of Canton, treasurer,
and Miss Mary Mock, of Waynesville,
Retiring Officers I
Retiring oflicers are; C. E. Weather-
uy, oi waynesville, president; Dr. A.
1'. Cline, of Canton, first vice presi
dent; Miss Jane Tucker, of Waynes
ville, second vice president; and Hugh
N'oland, of Waynesville, secretary
treasurer. The banquet was held in observance
of the eighth anniversary of the sign
ing by the late James B. Duke of the
endenture trust that made possible
Coach C. E. Weatherby, .retiring
president of the association, presided
at the banquet. The principal speaker
was Coach Alex Waite, of Duke Uni
versity, who said that the duties of
the Haywood county alumni of Duke
University are to explain to the peo
ple of Haywood county the principles
for which Duke University stand
Duke University, he said, contrary
to the belief of some, is not catering
to the rich. The prices at the uni
versity, he said, are lower than in
many other institutions of the same
grade. The university, Mr. Waite
pointed out, is seeking students fit for
higher learning, As an example of
this he stated that, frnm i nn ormi;
... 7 . ' "KI"'
cations for admission to the freshman
class only 000 were accepted.
The speaker alsn nrcwl the Ifm,
I wood county alumni to keep in touch
wun me aiumni omce at the universi
Honor guests at the banquet were:
nanic miner, or waynesville, a mem
ber of the football team of 1893 which
aeieateci the university of North Caro
lina; Dr. Thomas Stringfield, a mem
bur of the football team which was
cnampion of the South; Coach J. P.
Leeper, of the Asheville high school
and president of the Duku ll-niverit
alumni association of Buncombe coun
ty, who paid tribute to the sportsman
ship of the Waynesville high school
football team, and also stated that the
Waynesville team was one of thn hot
co-ordinated aggregattions that the
Asheville high school had nlaveH
against this season: and Mrs W T
Crawford, of Waynesville, mother of
r rea urawiord, a junior at Duke Uni
versity, who by reason of his stellar
lootDaii playing this season, made the
all-Southern team and the second team
of the all-American.
Decision was reached by the Hay
wood alumni to B-ive PVprI r
a biEr welcome when hp nrrlvoi hnnu
for the Christmas holidays. A com
mittee, composed of Frank Ferguson,
chairman, Dr. Thomas Stringlfield, and
W. Thomas Reeves was appointed to
Brother Of Mrs.W.A.
Hyatt Dies Recently
Was Well Known In This County.
Died As Result Of Pneu
monia At Hayesville
News of the death of Walter Mc
Intosh, eldest brother of Mrs w 4
Hyatt, was received with dnen rpowt
oy irienas nere.
Mr. Mcintosh died at his home in
.laycsvule last iuesday week as a
..suit cf pneumonia. Funeral ser
vices were held on Wednesday af-
Th,. deceased was born in Green
ville, h. I... and snpnt ni ihiUH wH
here. He had many friends in Way
nesville and Haywood county and was
iii.fd by all who kr.pw him
He served in the SnrUiish-Amei-iVan
Vt'u- and was an interpreter for Cen
tral Fitzhugh Lee's staff. After
leav.ng the war he and his family
moved to l- lorida where ha wa
piominent horticulturist- Last sum
mer he and his family moved to
Hayesville where he devoted his time
Mr. Mcintosh was an expert lin
Mr. Mclntost marrioH Miao Cmaa
nova, of Havana, Cuba. She died in
iy20. He later married Miss Marie
-Vlcnblburo. a so of Havana hv tvVinm
hi is survived. He also leaves three
small children. Caroline. Donald, and
We're through handling them, so come get them at
less than cost.
'Your Dollar Goes Further At Massie's
Stewards Of Junaluska
Church Outline Plans
For Coming Year's Work
Music Club Will On
Saturday at 3 P.M.
Mrs. Joe E. Johnson, president of
tne Waynesville Music Club, announc
ed yesterday that the club would hold
their regular monthly meeting -with
Mrs. L. M. Richeson at 3 o'clock on
acuraay, December 17. A full at
tendance ot the members is desired
FOR SALE Fancv nanpr holl o.
. ' " - 1 i' " i
can live pound Dags $1.50 post
paiu, direct i rom our farm, South
ua. raper shell pecans are noted
for delicious flavor. Try a
bag. Larger quantity write
im sampie anu nrice. Can furnish
shelled pecans. Cabbage and Ber
muda onion plants, 75c per 1,0000
morris seed Co., vafdosta, Ga.
MEN WANTED with car to supply
esiaoisneu customers with Watkins
products. If satisfied to start with
twenty-five dollars weekly write
or see me. u. K. Moore, Waynes-
vine. iN. I .. KOUU 4. Kny f.n
2tPd. : ' v
Eighteen members of the junior
and senior board of stewards met at
the Junaluska Methodist church for
a social and the first business meet
ing of the new fiscal year. Plans for
the corning year were discussed and
an outline of thP year's work mapped
out. i lans tor meeting financial obli
gations were also taken into consideration.
Supper was served by the pastor,
riev. r . u. iJryman and his wife in
the dining room of the church.
Rev. L. H. Hayes Will
Hold Quarterly Conferences
In County Next Sunday
Rev.: I.,, I?.. Haves, hrosiilimr iidr .if
the Wavhesville distrii- "wil-l lmM
quarterly conference next .Sunday, De
cember 18, at Tinegi-ove i'hureh.'Firles
Cieck, at 11 o'clock. . v.; .:
Mr. Hayes will also conduct quait--.!
:y i-oufcrer.c s on. the sam,, day at
Davis Chapel on the Haywood Circuit,
at J!, .o'ctaek and . at the Methodist
ciiuivh. Canton. i'7:80 o'clock in the
. Mr. Hanyes will deliver the sermon
at each place and a large congrega
tion is expected to his messages.
The first metal-base highway in the
United Stftes was established experi
mentally r.t Springfield, 111., recently
50 percent Discount
Our entire line of Gifts, Brass,
Leather, China and Novelties
at 50 discount.
Electric Xmas Tree lighting
Weatherproof outdoor sets at
Renewal bulbs for above set
5c or 10c
WAFFLE IRONS, TABLE &
FLOOR LAMPS, RADIOS,
Give something useful this
; year.; V
Dora had just returned from Sun
day school, where she had been for
the first time.
"What did my little daughter learn
this morning?" asked her father.
"That I am a child of Satan." was
the beaming reply. Christian Leader.
Mother: "You are at the foot of the
spelling class again, are you?"
Mother: "How did that happen?"
Boy: "Got too many z's in scissors."
CAN BE BOUGHT
This Year From
SHIRTS of lustrous
(Broadcloth or French
striped Madras) :
55c to $1.50
of soft (Reptile or
kid) leathers. Light,
75c to $2.75
TIES plain or allover
patterns in colorful
rich (Crepes) :
49c to $1.00
PAJAMAS of fine,
New coat styles :
$1.00 to $2.00
(improve d Silk)
weaves that hold their
49c to $2.48
GLOVES in fine
(Capeskin or Mocha)
leathers. 3 shades:
$1.00 to 132.00
with attractive, hand
embroidered clocks, for
19c to 50c
BATH ROBES wool
in greys, hires and
browns. A m st prac
$3.95 to 35.95
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.HAVING- SOME- Z
COMPANY- . Z.
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CALLED yj' yW'
YOLI HAD Vou.
I SEE You'vE
SURE.! i SHOULDNlT BE
IM CASE SOME S NOOTY1
Person drops im
SHE'S THE KiND OF
A PERSOM vJMO WOULD
WAWT HEI ALPHABET
SOUP IM ITALICS!!
And a Poor Impression
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