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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
HAZELWOOD I'. T. A. MEETS
The Hascelwood I'. T-A. hold its reg
ular Monthly meeting Tuesday. April
11, lj:::i. Prof. J. I'. Heam provided
in the absence of the president, Mrs.
John Blalock. A musical number was
Tendered by Mi-s Eva Lealherwood.
The nominating committee reported
the following for oflicers for the com
ing t .11 I'n -id nl Mi I M lln n
son; vice-president, Mrs. John lila
lock; secretary. Miss WHda Crawford,
and treasurer, Mis- Janie Tucker.
THE ROOSTER ClA'i: TO MEET
The Hazelwood Poostcr Club will
hold its regular meeting at the Pres
byterian Hut Thursday. April Id. Kt:;:i.
The meeting- will be in the interest of
the Hazelwood Hall Club. The speak
ers of the evening will be A. I.. Pau
ister, sport writer for the A -heyille
Times, and Paul Jones, sport vvri'ur
for the Asheville Citizen All P es
ters are urged to be present. The
ladies of 'thy Pnwbylerian church will
1 serve supper. -
OHIESTA T l) I'AY AT HA'.EL
Tue.-day, April 1, will be Orien
tation Day at Hazelwood School. At
this time ull the pa rents who have
children starting to school next year
are urged to send them to school for
the entin day. Tin- two first grade
teachers. Miss l, 'Th nnpson an"
Mrs.' Hoy Campled will n ; or I mm ' th
tliildrei' in t)c: i- j'vni ii v.-iUi regular
erhiio! i.e'.l-.'U'c and 'Ao:s.
.lAYOOh ! OM'':
'Jit it; a a. .1
owing will V- the prurai1
VOO'I coninielii'ei'.lept :
I athletic truck
gii -ciieul bvtw. v:i cLiii
l: i;i the town-hiji.
y April 2". at -'clock,
loin I 11
Victoria and Lilt
sixth grade and
li f th grade and
by Mrs. KnightV
(iveii at the kin-
I'olk." ).v th.
Magic Word '
grade Will be
Friday, April 2-S. at X Vluck at Vat
Hazehvood School the -even ill . grade
play, "Twenty Years Hence," and the
"Bachelor's Reverie,'' will be given.
Monday, May 1. there, will be
reading and declamation contest hfc
twet n the seventh grades of the town
ship a: the high school auditorium
in the morning. The afternoon will
be given to a track meet between the
schools of Uay wood county.
. On Monday night, May 1, there will
be a seventh grade commencement at
the high school auditorium for all lb
seventh grades of the township.
HYLLLWOOD .' 1 S.; EE J'AJJi
DEIS (i IMPROVED
The Hazelwood Ball Club have leas
ed the land on Brown avenue border
ing: the railroad for a ball park. Jh9
ground is being improved by the un
emplo,cd m.'i I he tit-, hau been
trimmed, stumps blown up -and burned,
and the. grounds will be leveled and
suriaceu, which will make
THE SEVEWTH GRADE PARTY
On Thursday evening. April Gth
s party was given at the "Hut" , on
Church street, honoring the members
: seventh grade of the Ha.. ;.1
The pupils and teachers gathered
around an attractively decorated table
the clas colors of blue and white be
ing use,! m every detail.
-After several toasts and .-hort talks
This was followed by
until- D'el, i,-k- - ' -
J. I'. Beam. Miss Frances Garner,
Miss Mary Stringtield, Miss Margaret
Buna,,. Mis., Janie: Tucker, 'Miss
Kliza! ctri Martin, Mi-s Kva Lea'h
erwood. Miss Lois- Thompson, Mrs
Sam Knight, and Mrs. Puv Campbell
. Misses Mildred Brendle. Jessie Piigg-'
Hazel ( 'arringer, Vema Mae Chap
man, Willie May: Cope, Ethel Duckett.
Dorothy TOdwards, Emm i Gentry An
na Bell Hyatt. Edna May Kuykewiall,
Bertie- Lo Limey. Francos---Mel-ean-
Tyree.:McCi-acken. Mildred AicClure;
Mai . , i 1 i m i ,1 , i i i pi, ,
M'lr i . 1 u m e and Ha 1 j;, .
.inson. Gladys S-.il'we!!. Kdn.. Sum:,).
i row, Hasehi-.. Swift. Virginia While
i ner. C! ira :a! Mabe! W'yat'. Rath
1 McCiure. Hazel, and Sadie Ariowaie-l.
and M, J i 1 1 a i-t 1 illnia-i 1 i )
r. (e.-d Cadily. 'Gordon emivv. .'
K. Kuyk.nda!:. Jr.. Winston. Moort!
Ha i llriti- I I Si h V r,u
Smiley, Jack Smith, .
Pv Fre.l Troutman. Roy
.. and mston Davis.
CERRRRATES EIRTIII) AY
0:i ia.-t Thursday afternoon liltle
M1 iin Clark celebuu d no
seventh anniversary bv inviting sev
eral ot her. little friends to a pavfy
at her home- Nursev jig-saw- pu7-7-lo
and an egg hunt were eniovp.) hw .-.H
Lois .Caddy won the prize for finding
tne most eggs and was given X lvg..
Jbunny rabbit. Easter colors wee
used. After playing outdoor trames
the children came into the dining
room where a large yellow birthday
cake with white candles on it adorned
the table. The little hostess blew out
the candles and all the little guests
were served ice cream and cake.
The following children were pres-
;ent: Samuel and Eloise Knight.
f Richard and Betty Jane Bradley, Lc".
fter, Jr. and Betty Burgin, Fletherand
SPhylis Ferguson, Edith Summerow,
IT.inei Mi or Ruth Medfnrrl T V.
Davis, Jr., Ruth Waggenfeld. Baron
i Clark, Dot Dagenhart, Billv Blalock,
pj., Calhe Clark, Raymond Henry, Dot
Blalock, Earl Rudisal. Margaret Bla-
t lock, Kathenne Cope, Kenneth Comp-
'on, Arclene Eller. Katlienne Blalock.
! Emmet Eller, Edward Fortnor. Joy
bandrum. Sydney Rudisal, Bdly
1 Hoyle, Lois Gaddy, Ernestine Clark,
I' Kenneth Farmer, and ihc -little hos
tess. - .
Baseball Team To Be
Guests Of Boosters
The Hazelwood Baseball team and
sports writers have been invited to
b:; the special guests of the Hazelwood
Booster Clu i at their regular meeting
tonight at the Presbyterian church
Hul. The Indies of the church will
serve the supper. The meeting will
h.-gin at 7:30.
BEGIN APRIL 28
( ( 'ant iiiued from Page ! ) t
day- April 2tilh, and continue until
i- i nlay, April 2ritli.
This year's graduating c!a.,s i-smalli.-r
by ten than last year's class.
Tin,- difference was explained by Air.
Buim because a new rule made this
year that any student not having at
'cast VI units could not enter the
eleventh grade. Some students wait
until their senior year to make up a
number of units and it is rather hard
t, do, be explained. Those not having
tiie !- units are kept in the tenth
grade until they are made-. In this
way it eliminates the expenses some
students go to in ' preparation lor
graduation to lind that they have
tailed in -ome subject after al invi
ta ions have been mailed.
There a' re X. in tlii year's Lcnlh
L-i cie. Ol' this number "M-i4. Hunn
-;;,!iif ' tliat a c m-e rvat ive. e-linia!e
-.va' thai T.i of t he.-e would ! iii m-U
... ' . : ' gra.lua: ing cla s.
.iminf (r Superin
tendent Of Ed ma! j
Ca u sing Comment
M 'on! imied front, page 1 )
tlii-t paper. His reply was: '.'l'ni mak
ing 'a clean fight for the oilice."
Detailed information on the topic
can. 'be had from the court !i ouso or oil
strict corner gatherings.
During the past 12 .yea"s -ibc 'fol
lowing have served as superintendent
of education of this eountv:
1!21-'1H24. A C. Reynolds.
-I!t2.1-U)2.-).. F. L. SalTora.
P,)2r.l!)2!i, W. C. Allen.
l!i2!l.H):Hi, Homer Henrv
Kc. li. A. Sentelle was suurrmtea
cut for a period of 4.0 yeas, Jaclc Gar
uer held the office several years be
tween the creation of the office in the
Kit's until 1920.
Publicity Man Is
Facts For Article
John V'arasour N.iel. special rep
resentative of "Golf Illustrated" is
iiow in this section in connection with
his second article on Western North
Carolina , which is th.. lith of a series
of articles entitled, "Motoriny; Among4
In these articles Mr. Noel describes
tiie golf courses'4' and dwcl's on the
it sort attractions (if the loValPies
-ci4i'"ed. Tiie article . he is now
working on will oe chiefly devoted to
the Great Smokies, through which
Mr, Noe! made ,4u entensive trip. He
will feature 'av:e . .!:. at the eas
tern tilt-ranee'.' '';! ..."'..''
Hepiints .if the .irtie'e vvill b,. made
iin, sol,! to the different bote!-, , .-im-i
-4,.s of commerce and foli'-. iir.s houai's
in hi- teriitery; The e.aa, e' .the
.1'riiited inatt.e- Mi left blaii'; .m,
'orics and eLii.". forms of ad a s b.i.:;;.
Found : The IVrfe. l W
She's Hoallv a ( oruiosil ol Many
Prelly Girls. See flu- iliuMrau '. i!i-
fle in I he Aineriiaa 1' ee!,!v
Mauazine 'Distributer! i! :-. ci I i-,ii-
d.n s Hl IIMOU1 -OP bit . I'i
ale bv newsboys and nev, sdea'"!s-
I am selling I he eber lalehke Flics.
If Weber Makes I hent (he Fish
lakes I lu'in." Denton's New Hard
ware St .ire.
Music Club Plans
. I he Waynesvdlo Music Club wishes
a. ,ne Pr. soyterian church,
to invite the public . to Its annual
Faster program which will be given
Sunday afternoon from 4 to 5 -o'clock
T his n a lomt Faster service anil
it is hoped that the congregations
from all churches will be present.
Included on the program this vear
wi'l . minibus by outst Hiding i-it.
ing mii-ii ans j, wrll i mtilxis of
tbc music club.
500 DELEGATES ARE EX
PECTED AT MEETING
(Continued from page one)
around Lake Junaluska has beep
planned for Thursday.
Wednesday will be observed as
Waynosville and Asheville District
Day and additional visitors arc ex
pected from throughout Haywood
county and Asheville.
All se.-sions will be held in the
Methodis4, church, beginning Tuesday
Fishing is great sport and the Tight
tackle is at IXenton's New Hardware
jl TO SING IN ASHEVILLE
I 5 " HI
if; - m
I-A WHENCE. TIPHKTT, famous radio
aitist, inuvie star and 'opera singer,
will give a concert in Asheville, April
21 at the high .- chool.
175 Farmers Make
I a i-murs Have Only l ew More
Davs lo Make ApplitatKUiK
I or Loans.
biank Pegu -on, who i-- assi-liug
fa rim i.-4 in making' ou.( iiap-.i - fr .-roi)
loan . -; a ; e I this we.k I!;.'! a ppri i -ea:il
i'.. tin hicis el' tbi- ceiinty bad
made a pd i. al a ai foi: b'an- agfiegii.4!
iiej.' a t ntal "t about ii,"' : t l i om l ii
1' ( del ai e iye i n mel; t .
'fbe aveiage loan i- i'i.r .'iTb, Mi.
P. . j-'iisen :- ,'id. 'I In- iiiinieiani loan i
lor $2." while lie ii I.;. i in u iii is for $;il(M.
Several have inade aopibatron l' i c the
$25 'nans, and a few foi' .tae S:!tlO loan.
These loans nie made against the
crops,, and bear an' in e-;:eM. : i ate of
live and. one-half percent.
All applications for these loans must,
he in Washington by the last of this
month, Mr. Perga ,on said. All ap
plications are expected tu be. in by
April Ibth. Practically everyone mak
ing 'applications for these loans receive
the amount applied for.
Young Farmers Are
To Get Fertilizer
Through the courtesy of the Chil
ean Nitrate Kducational Bureau, In
corporated, each Young Tar Heel
fanner Chapter paying the PK12
!.".,'! State dues will be donated r0(;
pounds of Chilean Nitrate of Soda for
use in 4 conducting '.-chapter projects
in. corn, or tobacco during the year
1 !);;, .-Following are the general rule.
which 'must be met by the ehaptei
member's- in order to benefit from thi..
I. IJent or secure in some inanner
the necessary laiuh for -one crop year,
for the crop to be grown.
li. Apply the full .Mill pounds-of the
Chilea.ti Nitrate of Soda to this crop.'
Other fertilizer ingredients may
be iidded to the Chilean Nitrate in
order, to balance the neees-ary plant
foods for cotton and tobacco accord
ing to experiment station recommen
dations. The best cultural, methods
in ace r.lance with the crop and the
locality hi which grown should La
carried out: on this project.
I. The i rep must be planted, cul
tivate, harvested and marketed by
chaster members or under the direc
ti n and .-uporvisioii of the chapt;",
b. Proceeds' from the side of t ii
pi oiiucts of the crop must be appli
Low a rds better e.juipjiing :! V. T. II,
P. ch'tpter room, foi chapter supplic
a id i : p- n-es of growing the. ciip.
'file fi.inils thui secured must not be
tl st ..! for purchasing school '.rhpplies...
i; The land necessary f or the s liap-te.-
project may '..-..be secured . f rom a
c'na member, a local farmer or
arty individual who is interested in
furthe! ing the Future Farmer work,
7. The scope of the chapter project
shall lie from. two to live acres.
S. Unly improved seed as apjH'ovea'
by the North Cai'olina X'rop Improve--merit'
Association may be use-l . i'oa.
plaining the crop,
t'. The proiect shall be planted in
c. '!!. or tobacco. Some other c ro;-.
may ':" growii-' how .'ver, provided it i
if ma jor importance in the communi ty
and. permission is secured from the
- 10. The chapter project cannot take
the place of regular : project, work of
individual: members on ; their home
farm.- '.-... .
II. A report on the costs and re
ceipts of the proiect will be required
records as are kept on other projects.
12. If interested, fill in the applica
tion form, page 2, and mail to Rov II
'I homas. State Adviser. uState Col
leg? Station, Raleigh, N. C.. by April
For further information see V. D
Smith at the high school.
Dentist: "Which tooth do you want
Pullman Porter: "Fowuh seben.
suh."- ' .'...."" '
"Can I see the Minister of Agricul
"Well, he's very busy, madam. What
was it vou wanted fro see him about?"
"Well, I have a geranium that ins't
doing very v.-ell."
' - j .;",..s ,''.'.'.'.' J-
1: .e five lessons for beninners in
fly fishing, they are in a little book
and free to customers Denton's
NEW: Hardware Store.
(go to Glljurrlt mtuag
Rev. It. P. Walker, pastor
Sabbath School !;4o a.
Pr-acbi.'.g bv the past-
7 : 4 j 0 p. in. The Christian Pndeavor.
Mid-week prayer service Weunes
.' evening at 7:ii0.
Hade Johnson, pas'cr
'lb Church Sciiool meets at 'J:40,
Moiioiig Worship 11:00, and the hip
worth League at i):15. Evening Ser
vice at 7:o0.
vices each evening at X:0u bj
the (la-tor until Fa-ter. Attend trie
"One-Vin-( fno'' Revival.
F' id .y afternoon at .'5:45 a special
servie will be held for the children.
Special music furnished by the high
school orchestra will be a feature.
Sec that your children attend.
LOCAL NWS BRIEFS
: . '. T. C S i t I'E.XTS T Sl'ESI
EASTER AT HOME
i p.- ; :,i We-'eri' North Can
; I .. . : Miiee'e in Clllluvv If
:' a i e ' J. la.b. of ' be week I
", ,' " I-' ' a ,,1 1. III. . m'.ng the.
. . ,:, y. 'i..i aiv i Mii.'cte
e : ';;;i!':- I!eai4i r elmel,
j, , ,"'. . , i -, . Albdca! '.Medfoid Mar
, 1 V ,!,ie (.-ay hsmpkhi
I'.. ,,i;. ,-. .Vd- n,, Ptiiel l.rniainb Maye
I la:: - an a M.s r-v iy;l S!u !t"ii,
Jelfrj l-'recenias, and T. P. P.ramlett.
; c. S ITDESTS A ll. I . I .'
.','. 4.17'i '.'.''.' Y
' week's soring vaiauie.i at the
l'niersit,y of North. .Carolina at
t'haiiel fliil begins Saturd iv aiid the
f'Vb.wuig boys are expw.ed Frid'.y
nail Saturday to visit their patents:
J. lives yuee'li, Pen Atkins, Saai liu-h-ive
l. Bill Pri vost, John Murphy. Janie -Harden
Howell, and THoinas String
field. uIih is a student in the medical
WssfA li'l SO( II. I Ml i.l lt,
The meeting of the Young Woman's
Missionary Society of the Metiiodisf
church, which was scheduled for last
Tuesday evening, has been postponed
until a date to be announced later on
account of services, at the church this
Mis. . L. Hardin returned to her
home Monday from 'Washington where
she has spent the past several1 months
with Mr. Hardin. Mr. Hardin who
is secretary to Zebulon Weaver, will
. cumin in w a ningLoi) until congress
P and Airs. Albert
big this week for Myrtle Beach, South
'"'" -""'ia wnere tney will spend several
months. Their son. Albert .u j,-
Who is, a student at the Univeisity of
Aartn ( arolina, will loin them at the
l'cach and spond the Easter holidays.
!f: -V '
Arrs. J.M, Mock : and Mi s Maiy
Mock Iff: last Friday for a week's
vi-it to Miss Martha Mock. Who: is a
;bideiii at: Duke University. Miss
Martha Mock will 'accompany - ho
mother and sister home the end of the
week- and'- spend the spring vaca-io:i
Hon. Westmoreland: Davis, ex-governor
of Virginia, and Mrs. Davis
stopped here last week for a brief
y t ' o io I' to th. ii horn, in I i.
burg. Virginia from Mianii. FlorePv
Miss ''Elizabeth Pauconv a student
at ilerwlith College, will arrive Sat
urday morning from Raleigh to spend
(he Ea.-trn- vacation with her parents.
Rev;. and Mrs.' H. W. Baucqm.
Mi Vai th i Nial nd M Pa' ie
Wav arrived last night from Salem
College in Winst m-Salem to spend
the E:: -ter ho'idys v. ih-r respec
... Among the visitors in town Sa.tur
dav were Messr. Kov Medford, 1. H.
MtOa.kcn and C I Hill, , ' ( ib
Misses Isabel and Maw Harris
Hubbard, of Asheville and Mr. Rus
sell luckier of Tieidsville visited
friend in Wavnesville Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. R . II. Blackwell spent
1 1st week-end in Lenoir as guents of
Mrs. Dlackwell's sister.Mrs n C.
Martin, and Mr. Martin
Mr. W. A- Coble of the Stale Reve
nue Department spent last week-end
heie as the guest of his parents Mr
ami Mrs. George W. Coble.
Miss Louise Rotha will arrive Sat
urday from Sabsburv to spend the
week-end with her parents. Mr. nd
Miv. JInrrv Rotha.
Mrs. .T. L. Palmer. Mrs. J C Ros
pnd Mrs Fh McGee Wr v 4-hevill
"Trs. ,T. K. Boone so.-nt last wrek
eid i-i Andrews as the guest of her
on Mr. Mark Boone
I huve overvthing vou peed to ca'ch
Trout. Come see me Denton's New
Rev. II. N . iiaucom, pastor
W. C. .
- a g v. in 1 1:0).
bib'O all I!. V- I'. U.'s of church meet.
7:.'50 evening worship.
Mid-week prayer service 7::i0 Wed
nesday. ( F, Fi'lM Oi'AI. ( H I IU H
The Three-Hour Service will lie held
at the Episcopal church on (iaod Fri
day. April 14, from 12 to three o'clock
In the absence of Rev. Albert New,
Rev. George L. Granger, ot f anton,
will have charge of the services.
At the 11 o'clock hour on Paster
Sunday Rev. Henry H. Chapman, mi--sionary
from Anvik, Alaska, will con.
duct the services.
.'!,'. Al. P .H4i'!l -t' C .tliiibi.rg.
TeiDiie-.-e a:i ; a Wiy.i; v:,'l vi-i.''r
I-:..- i clay.
a;,-, !e-e VI ie' i y e;4 Jeead all
: . :. ,'atni4 -lav ;-iiiee,i':'.'- In a ics-
1 -P b . I 'ociilli '' "I' i!e:u entailj
wa he;,. u!i Ini ities.- Sat'jrdiiy.
M r. Krl F. rgu. on of .Jonathan v es
a W'ayiiesville visitor last week.
Mr. T. II. Deaver was here f n in
Mr. 15. 15. Caldwell of Mars Hill vis.
ited in Waynesville Saturday.
l: j V
P"v. Hannah J. Powell of ' ecil
snent Saturday in tiie city, i
Mrs. F. K. .Maye., of Crablree " spc.it
Saturday shopping in Waynesvill-.
dis ; Janie -Tucker spent last week.
en4 at her home in Lincolnton.
iln- M ,('4 Stanley and . Mrs. Inez
' Mie -hiille visitor Satuiday
Mi. tt. I. Sorrels of Canton was
here on business the first of the week.
( H VMIJPJU OF COMMERCE
IS ORGANIZED HERE
fCantinued from Page 1)
ing Friday night proceeded with the
i.i... ;..,, ..4x... . .. . i -
o.o.-eiM -as inert1 were no
new plans or ammendments presented
t the meeting, .-,
The meeting was much "calmer"
than the one held a week ago, when
practically every pel son present, made
seme expression from the floor. The
last meeting was almost the 'opposite,
as very few made statements at all.
One expression made from the floor
was that sine., there were two similar
oigani-cations that this should create
enthusiasm and start things moving,
as: it would , give each organization a
'..I here was an idea among some that
the new organization could not get a
charter undo, the nil me- of Waynes
ville D; -trict ('ha ml ier .if Commerce.
O'chei s seemed to think that this could
be easily done
Rials and Reels are lower in price Ihan
lor several ears Denton's New
CI CZi CiE.
Let Us Help You With 1
Your Painting Problems
We Know PEE GEE
and what Conditions
it will stand up under
Tor five years' we have been
selling PEE GEE I'UMS
and we are yet to have our
first complaint. This is not
a new line with us. We
recemmend this paint with a
i Waynesville Hardware Company
R.-G. COFFEY, MGR.
1 lurebv announce mysell ;i candi
date for Mayor of the town ol Way
nesville, subject to the wishes of voters
in th" election to he held Tuesday,
W. T SHKLTOX.
s announce mvseh as can.L
reidection lor .Jayer o'.
vilie at the city election Miy
ill a'ipreciate your support.
C. 15. ATKINSON.
P. T. A. Officers
To Be Installed
On Monday evening, April 17, at
eight o'clock, a4 the county court
i house, a public installation servict-
will be held for the installation of uH
officers of the respective Parent
Teacher Associations in the Waynt"-4-ville
township. The committee on r.
tertainment from the Parent-Tea.-b.-i
Council has arranged an interestira.',
and varied program.
The Parent-Teacher membership
the faculties of. the various school -in
the township, and the interested
public are invited to attend this meet
ing. FOR SALE Fresh "milk rows. Pric
reasonable. . W. T. Shelton. fitpd
PLANTS FOR SALE Tomato
plants lialtitiiore. Marglobe, Red
Beauty. Sweet Potato plants Tri
umph, Porto Rico, Nansy Hall and
Dig Stem J.i , ill Si 00 pei 1000
Cabbage plants Charleston, Jersey,
Succession and Copenhagen! Mark
et. Onion plant? White and Yel
low Dermuda. all 50c per 1000.
Pepper plaiits--i:!u!l Nose and Ruby
King, $2.00 per 1000. Send remit
tance for prompt4 -shipment. Dorns
Plant Co.. Valdosta. Ga.
Apr, G-1. '5-20-27.
FOUND One Hunch Ke.Vs near
Hazelwood. Owner may have
same by describin? and pay
in"; lor this advertisement.
Apply Mountaineer Office.
Ml N NTLD foi Rawleigh ( it
Routes of 800 Consumers in Cities
of Wavuesville, Svlva, Hazelwood
and Marshall. Reliable hustler can
start earning $2i -weekly and in
crease rapidly.-: Write immediately.
Rawleigh Co., Richmond, Va Dept.
XC-1 1..44,, v.
FOR SALE One 100-galIon kerosene
tank, one .aO-gallon motor oil tank,
one pair IjOO-pound capacity plat
form scales. Write Oliver P. Cole,
Route b Waynesville, N. C. ltp.
A Yoiinir Heir s Search for a .MkJ-
ern I iiiderella and ills I wo Disap
pointing Romances. Set t he A men
van Weekly, the Magazine Distributed
with . Next . Sunday's BALTIMORE
AMERICAN. On sale bv newsbovs
LOST - P.LUK LLI HLR DRI, '
(,ASE with zipper Listening. Con
tains New ork Life In-urance pa.
pi i Rewaid Hugh J Slorn,
W aymisville. N. C. Hod