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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
trursiy. JULV m
Women Balk At Bureau's Suggestion
That They Wear 30-Inch Stockings
Washington- Sixty million wom
en.rtprfesetini,' 120.001,UUO iegrs. are
complaining that the Bureau of
Standards which ha quite bit to
isay about s.i!k :-tockir,gs, was not
exactly an Earl t arr-'il when it comes
to making rules and regulations for
the female limb.
The hir.t wa. pa.-.eu ut that it
would be a g-i i.:ea for the bureaus
scienti.-t to :ut aside the:r tes: tube
and calipers, and strictly in the
line of duty get ..ome front row
seats at a tirt - cla.s girlie-girlie
fhow and watch the maidens kick-
The General Federation of Wom
n'4 i '!'i s -hi-iks the Bureau jf
Sriiathers, o acres.
Sallie Smith and Emma
M. H. Cook, tracts.
K. H Worley, et ux to G
ley, '1 tracts.
. h. Worlt'.V et
Revis. 1 acre.
Virge McClure et
Standards is talking nonesense wnen !
it .-ays that a :'"-in..-h silk stocking
is the rifrn; length for every gal i
from l'l to 00. Who, they ask. ex- j
vpt a cloistered scientist would ever
take (he position that what was good!
for Kate Smith would be good fori
Norm.: Shtjaier? . . j
When the Bureau of Standards
passed the word along to manufactur-,'
ers that 3U inches of silk was ju.-t
right fur gals' stems, it wa the re-,
suit of months of scientific research
involving such stuff as the average)
length jS t.he Jib and the Femur, .
whici are leg bones. If the bureau
had spent two bits for a tape meas-, Raymond Duckett to
nd gone down to ine naming
ux to Vaughn
to Maurice T.
ure and zone
ieach for the week-t'ndi it "would
have come out low. better. In case
at didn't have two bits, it could have
tent scientists out to stand on .-treet
corners on windy days.
r THREE KINDS
The ladies say there are three
kinds of legs and thfat .stockings
ought to vary in length from 25 to
32 inches. Class one consists of the
chorus girl leg short and rounded.
Anybody except a scientist would
know she didn't need 30 inches of
stocking makes too big a bulge at
Clasi' Two is the lady who is about
five-feet-rive, who weighs i:J0 pounds.
She would take a 2'J-incher, or in
event she 'is badly bow-legged, a 30-iricher-
A straight line i. still the
s-hort .di.-tance between ankle and
hip. no matter what the Bureau of
.St'j ndanls say.s.
Class Three consists of long-legged,
athletic la.-.-ies like llelene Mad
ison, the s'w;ninuT,"and I! . he ; I Mili ik
son, the. .-'.vi niniei -gol t'ei'-i uhiici -hurdler-
Ba-eb.i lli-r -Uiskethalier-tii-cu-er.
Thev i.e. d .".2 in die.- of ..-ilk stock-
unt : in- l.ui eau oi .uiho-
A. R. Liner, et ux to Lester Smath
ers. 35 acres.
Charles Mease, et ux to N. B. Rho
darmer, 3 tracts.
Theodore Byer.s. et ux to W. V.
Havnes. i '2 acres.
H. A- Osborne to Charles S.
Board of Education to J. S.
Dalton ( laiK,
Hattie Norman to Derry and Ho
mer Norman, 774 acres.
Lloyd Gra.-ty et ux to J. M. Ixmg,
O. L. Briggs, et ux to J. R. Mor
gan. 5 acres-
O- L- Briggs. et ux to Ellis Sctzer,
Joseph Welch to J. Wiley Janus,
K. L. Cope, et ux to Clara Fisher
B. C. Buck, et ux to 1'earl St. In
surance Co.. 28Ai acres..
By GEE McGEE.
I I'. ize-tight)
: :jr;.e-:ight wa-
heil in rta:
- . i . ,. ....
irioay r.ignt unuer me aus-i
peces of the fiat iv.k yase tad ieege. '
...'id a 7-ending bwUt was pulled off
betwixt kid b'-easi-R, the light weight!
ot cedar lane, and irog oast.cn,
welter-weight of Mat
..the ring wa.s made in the center
of the puolick square and it was a
round ring instead of a square ving,
and had 3 rope.s in.-tead of 2 ropes,
and it va.s empired by yore core
spondent, mr. raikc Clark, rfd. Judd
Clark was bell-ringer and budd Clark
was whistle blower, while pte and
-keet Clark were judges.
..the aspirants got into the ring and
hupped around enduring the first
ending and neither one of them got
struck anywheres- the secont started
otf with a" etiff upper cut to the jaw
of frog by kid ami it stunted him for
a minnet and made him swallow
his chaw of tobacker. when the whis.
lit- blowed. he had him on the rope.
..the third ending passed without
nobody getting anny hard licks, but
kid clainitl that frog punched him
in the stummick below the belt with
his knee and that was equal to a
fowl, but the empire did not notis it,
as he was looking at 2 girls in
audience who vas .-etting on t'
grand-stand verry careless.
..I .-tood ,,n '-he piotrudir.g
where I used to dive fr. m. T:
tar.ee from the top uf that ro.k Ic
the surface of the water had unV'.bt
ediy .-hiui.k up i feet, :: being only
about 3 feet from one to the ether
I recall that when 1 :i:.-t beg-n to
dive from that rock, it looked ;:Ke
tr.e water wa- 'way down yonder, at
least 30 oi 40 yard.
..I was the nr-t boy in the crowd
that l..arn.-,i t keen HIV head uni'
holding my ' --1
to a large flat rock; thence S- SI
15' W. 2.M chains to a fala.k oak;
thence S h5' 15 W. 4.24 chains to
a stake on watershed of ridge; thence
with the watershed of ridge as- follow-:
S. 63 ' 45' W. 2.75 chains; ' j
40; 30' W. 3.12 chains; S. M A
W 3 00 chains; S. .30; 30' v -..W
chains; S. 12 : W. 3.00 cha;' S
S. 6-s1 W. 7 07 chains t .. fit'nee
junction of three rid . -.ake at
1- 57' W. ."i.Mi cv Vi: '.hence S
thence with wat- ..f'nt ' a stake;
Fincher and r '-.i ridge and
w-: N. " X"r-MgV: line as fol
N. 2 30' S .:4i' V. 4.06 chains :
W '.' 4.1-'nains; N- 30c 30'
c-ha r.-haiC: X. 4' E. 19
X N VI 40' W. 3.10 chains;
ly West 4.40 chains;
-VrVth 14: '.0' East 210 chains;
1 .. ..!. V.. tl... - .
swim on niy oacn. oj mv A-a
bush where ve fellows a! ,va.
our .-hirts while in JUnt
for saw tim'f
nr arte! s
The reverse is tin; side opposite to
that which Is commonly visible. Mor
ally it Is a contrary representation or
statement of opinion or fact, and des
ignates that which Is contrary In char
ncter, elreunistanrcs, or nature. 1 .it
..enduring the fifth end'
fetched a strong right to "f
ear and landed him agai K'd Je't
which broke and he t' --ist the rope.
..f lige perkin-onV w -d in the lap
mad- him and k: fe and lige got
heavv licks befoi -i Itas.sed several
-eppeiate them e the empire could
into the i in- . he was pushed back
. .When we dived off of ' , '
we always got either - fcip-rock,.
or tur back badly bl: r f1"111'"
struck the water, b' w-l whn we
to hurt folks who it n 1 m
I made a iun-f tnat way now.
and my hea l Jwi-unib dive once,
in the hotter -ruck an old stump
the only w J the f"nd, and that
tea thJt -i" u ever could have got-
itua-p out ol our pond..o
h in accioent.
hxd lour (. hve dinereni
pths in our wasr.-nole- i nere was
x pujn "up to tr.e lintes," a little
farther over it was "hiD-deep." while
a fttt- steps further on, we tound it
was "waist deep." then came "chin
deep. ' and finally we arrived at "over
your head." N e 5wam across that
;a.int with fear and trembling, and
e unto the boy that got strangled
in the atttmpt.
City Had Three Name)
Mobeetie. Texas, "mother city
r.inhnndle." has had three
names nnd been siluated o
. .the .-;
as he got
j ed to iiim
! he m ..!-.-r
liini a to
; and ii
! a m I t hen
i.nd the rope.s were
xth ending started otf with a
when kid oanged frog in the
Closed same up ami diooo
out 'of lii- nose- as soon
i: wiped -with, a towel hand-
oy or.i- ot the judges, an I
i iMve at- kid anil, kicked
rible iilow to . his right
took lh,. -'.count up to 2o
he got ii(). but wn-
g' 5 40 W. 1.95 chair; X - 4
hV Pftains; N. So' 10' W .;
r- North 10' 45' We--. ; j
'i!i North 14' We--
-iain; in. i - 4 vj n.
N: 25' W. 4.26 chains; X- 27' ;o' v
i.07 chains to the BEGINNING. J;
being that portion of the F. if. V,';
er 209-acre tract, a-s per rmv- .
plat of J. H. Terrell. Surv.,;. ..
tober 1933, which lies vn
side of the Highway lein
Crabtree to Fines Creek, .
about two acres including h
This the 28th Jav of Ju: , . :
J. A. Lu'.Vi
Sheriff of Haywood County,
Xo- 229 July 12-19-25-Aug
Long boundi '." j
enforced if -tock t
'r.,hli.,-.e 1 -on tlU
Yi.-ciUtio!) W-lll be
t'anton, N, G
Clock Thi'i.l Tick
I l)os n as ( h ner
in Keai 1. 1 1
1 1 u t
.(I Ml ears Broke
Oies. The Old Song
r's Clock Comes True
e. Read About It in The';
Weekly, the .Magazine which ,
-on July 15 with the BAI.I'I-
Sl.NDAV AM KMC AN. Htiv
jr copy from your favorite news-
1 I''- g
i ilii 'M il SWiMMlMl HOLE
. .1 p.,id tiio "old s'ycn'ii.ining' hole' a
vi-'it a tow .jay.- ago.-- The b". ancli was
.-'ill thoi-e; an.. the 'swimming hole
wa.s also there. The man Who lived
on the home-place told ni" that very
little chang,, h..d taken place during
'.lie. pa-t 30 years, hut everything
looked'' mighty small to me.
ov or nt'wsaraKT.
SAYS THE HOUSEWIFE-
"I appreciate the smartstyhng,
gleaming white surfaces and
simple lines that will add a
new modern note of beauty
to my kitchen.
SAYS THE DESIGNER-
"Here is style the years can't
obsolete design that not only
harmonizes with kitchens of
today but fits as perfectly into
the style theme of the kitchen
SAYS THE ENGINEER-
"I recognize in the sturdy
strength of the all-steel cabi
nets, outward expression of
the matchless quality of their
DISTINGUISHED style is now
added to the matchless
mechanism of General Electric.
The refrigerator that has long
held leadership in performance
now sets new standards of
beauty in modern stvling.
See these new de luxe models
before vou buv anv refrigerator.
They are now on display at
our show rooms.
Note These G-E Features
Quiet in operation. Uses less
current. Sturdy All-Steel cabi
nets with enamel exterior, or
porcelain both inside and out.
Sliding shelves, adjustable in
height. Stainless steel freezing
chamber, cannot chip or rust,
freezes more ice faster. Conven
ient temperature control for fast
or slow freezing, tefngeration
uninterrupted when defrosting.
Automatic interior lighting.
Auxiliary foot-pedal door
opener.New modern hardware,
De luxe Monitor Top models
completely equipped with
covered glass food container;
chiller tray, vegetable pan, ct
. .1; wa.s ".something" to swim from
one end ol tne ponu aim oacK 10 iue
big rock, It was nearly a mile then,
t ut by actual measurement last week,
it was oniy 17 steps, or about oO
.crd-. When a youngun had reached
tile stage where he could .-wim "the
test,'' no was eligible to be ducked
any time, or pushed into the water
hat'kw n.s, and p'.-.-ibly held under
the waie.- -'I minutes. W'e all gut
.-caie.i nigh to death the time we
many oiown.-u Jim l-.idrnige. a l.ttic
nigger jilay mate ; we ducked .him too
I no, ilie-e iit--.v-ai:glei Cilioicte
-a .ii.iinii pool- . agat to :e aOo'i
i .-!:-' I and uwv .nu.i'iy, 'murky, ,va-'n-
liole .'.t:..t.tUU. lllelef lie. .
Sues iiis I liysician lor t oiict aiing
the Truth. Cancer Sullcrer Doomed
t i)ii Liarns His Fate Too Late to
Arrange His Business Atl'airs. This
and Other Problems Medical Men Fan
Dicussed in The' American Weekly, the
Magazine which tomes on July 13.
wiih the HA LI 1.MOIIK SINDA'i
A.MF.KK A.N. liuv vour coin irom
x ( 1 1 r f 'i v' ,l r ' -1 nvA 'ln v ,r n f u "u,'n It.
Due To Constipation
"Thedford'3 Black-Draught hns
been used in my family for years,"
writes Mrs. J. A. HlgUtowr.r, of
Carthage, Texas. "I tke it for sick
headache that comes from consti
pation. When I feel ft headacho
coming on, I take a dose of Black-Dra-jf.!'.'..
It acta and rn$ head geta
ct-sv. Erfore I knew or .T.acit
Draught, I would suffer two or
threo davs but not any mors since
I have used Black-Draucht."
Purtlv Vegetable l.ajalive
"CIUIDPEN LIKE IMF S-iElP"
NO'TK E OF
11 A VV
Massie Furniture Co.
GENERAL IJg ELECTRIC
XOKTit :'( ' A RO
IN -THE SUPERIOR f'OURT.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA ON
RELATION OF Z ELLIN E WALKER,'-':
N: H. W ALKER. E. 11. W ALKER,
I R ROt. I- Ri J L l KI R, ind
J. 1'. HAWKINS.
By virtue of ah execution directed
to the undersigned from the . Superior
Court of Haywood v'V'ounty, North
Carolina, in the above entitled action.
I will, on Monday the tith day of
A u g u s t , 1 y il 4 , at .t w e 1 v e o 'c loc k , Noori,'
at the court house door ef Said coun
ty, sell to the highest bidder for
cash to satisfy said execution, all the
right, title and interest which the said
I E. H. Walker, one of the defendants,
( has in the following described real
KEt.INMNt; at a water oak on
OaKs Knob, N. C. James' corner, and
runs N. t)5" 57 E. 10.75 chains to a
hickory; thencv N. 64' 17 L. 9.19
chains to- a hickory; then with John
James' line and watershed of ridge,
a.s follows: t;. b7" E. 2-20 chains; S.
06s E. 2.05' chains; S. 70 E. 2.3S
chains; S. S2- 40' E. 1.00 chains; S.
M 57 E 1 chun-.S 73 E. 2.5
chains; S. 74 50' E. 2.05 chains; S.
70? E. 1.93 chains; S. tS 40' E. 4,91
chains to a poplar; thence S, 7 43
E. 110 chains to a chestnut; thence
S. lr 00' W- 55 chains to a poplar
stump; thence S. S6 15 E. about 4.65
chains to a stake in the center of the
highway le.lfng from Crabtree to
Fines Creek; thence in a Souther,
ly direction with: the center of said
highway about 15 chains to a stake
in the center of a culvert over said
highway, which stake is about 150
feet in a Northeasterly direction from
E. H. a Ike rl residence; thence in a
Westerly direction (passing a tobacco
barn on South side) 150 feet, more
or less, to a wire fence; thence with
said fence in a Southerly and then
Easterly direction as the same mean
ders, to a locust tree on West bank
of said Crabtree-Fines Creek High
way; thence in an Easterly direction
to a stake m the center of said high
way; thence with said highway
(center) in a Southerly direction to
a stake in center of said highway
and in the Kirkpatnck and or Palmer
line; . thence S. 78 V. 3.3G chains
Charter No. 6534 Reserve District No. 1
Report Of Condition Of
First National Bank
Of Waynesville In The State Of North Carolina,. At The
Close Of Business On June 30 1934
1. Loans and discounts '.....$330,587.10'
2. Overdrafts . . . 955.82
3. I'nited States Government securities . . . 59,900.00
4. Securities guaranteed by United States
Government as to interest and, or principal 1,700.00
Other bonds, stocks, and securities loS,100.00
Banking house, $8,400.00. Furniture and
fixtures, S1.00 8,401.00
Real estate owned other than banking
Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank . .
Cash in vault and balances with other
banks . .
Outside checks and other cash items . .
Redemption fund with United States
Treasurer and due from United States
Other assets ........
Demand .deposits, except United States
Government deposits, public funds and
denosits of other banks . . . . . . .. ... .
17. Time deposits, except postal savings,
public funds and deposits of other banks
IS. Public' funds of States, counties, school
districts, or other subdivisions or mun
nicipalities , .
15). United States Government and Postal
20. Deposits' of other banks, including cer
tified and cashiers' checks outstanding
Total of items 16 to 20:
(a) Secured by pledge of
loans and, or investments $179,603.89
(b) Not secured by pledge of
loans and. or investments 38 1,59 1.70
2.81 2. Jti
(c) Total Deposits . . .... 856 1,198.59
21. Circulating notes outstanding ....
Capital account ;
stock, 50(1 shares
per share .
( ash suspense . .
. . ... , , .. . . $50,000.00
. .......... 60,000.00
Reserves for contingencies . . 18".32 1.31
Total Capital Account . . ... '.-'. ''--
Total Liabilities ......... .
MEMORANDUM : Loans and Investments
32. United States Government securities .
33. Other bonds, stocks, and securities
34. Loans and discounts .... . ........ . . .
, : 59,000.00
35. Total Pledged (excluding rediscounts)
36. Pledged: '' . :V.;-.- ..,'
(a) Against circulating notes outstanding?
(b) Against United States Government and
and postal savings deposits . . ......
(c) Against public funds of States, counties.
school districts, or other subdivisions
or municipalities . . , . y ,
(i) Total Pledged . '.; ... . . . . .. .' '. ... -.. . .
State of North Carolina, County of Haywood, ss:
I, J. H. Way, Cashier of the above-named bank, do
solemnlv swear that the above statement is true to the
of my knowledge and belief.
J. H. Way, Cashier -
.y y.;:- ,'.:-; Cor red-Attest;
J. R. Boyd.
- " ' ': -' M M. Noland. .
'..-- D Reeves Noland
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of ,u-
; J. R. Boyd, Jr Notary Public
Mv Commission Expires March 24, 1936