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WAYNESMLLE, NORTH CAROLINA
THURSDAY, FEHRl'ARY 21, l!.i:
e w 5
ite and Nation
LaFK kok president
i , i The anmvers
L,r r.mi at
Koysevelt' second year
marked by a cauiuci.
which time the wew
.,f the Dast year wm
The affair since it is
, its kind is consutereu
nance, both socially and
Last Rites Held
For T. N. Massie
On Last Friday
Hundreds Attend Funeral Servi
ces of Prominent Business
Man and Civic Leader
Dan Cupid Falling
Down On Job Here
n a vacattoi ac
egisti r of Deeds
t; er i
K TO CALIFORNIA
H i. u. neuren, ui
u: f Viq A cVivillp
iimerce at you o cioei
Jj:.. 11.. faitr
LnJ-iV morning nuiug hib
L,!' ' -Mack,'1 and expects to
he round uip w
l.n:. Florida by way of the
lUns TO l'HV CAWCIioco uj
.-irU ot himse.i unu iwvv,
! i v. u ...... Vun furnished
fcar.s wnicu ....7. r " .
fed L. Vveeilo 01 tne ciiamun ui
will also contain uuouiia
, Great Smoky Mountains
il Fk.H, N'. C, Feb, 20 The
I Vuiuor control bill sponst-e(d
Senator John Sprunt Hill, of
hie to tne loienum uiu)
la! ire. Proponents and
. ,,f the bill gathered for a
,,.,,! u before the senate ju
tee whieh now has the
before it. Representatives
, s from over the entire
. in Ui'k'iirh today.
R1 liRIDE IN' WORLD
rV VnKK Miss Pons Duke, li.
Kd'.the richest Kin in the world
jji,, Henry Roberts Cromwell,
tne married Wednesday at the
New York. Her legacy
fat hi r, .lames Buehajuan
u'cu magnate, has been es
, ., ...tiiio.OOO to $40,0000,000.
couple have sailed for Egypt on
lit ii C OBSERVES BIRTHDAY
EU' YORK Klihu Rood, Amer-
ol.lest statesman, celebrated his
Beth birthday at his home in New
l on last Friday by refusing to
nms'elf ii as an oracle. He ex-
if.i that he wished to minimize
. , i
i-ion as much as possime ami
tii comment on public
iiKNT IN NEW YARK
l:K. Herbert Hoover,
1 years old Aug. 10, - pent
a eek in New York, m.ik-
isit since March, lsKfcJ,
ruii d off on his way home
'ton; Tuesday night he
annual Lincoln I ay . din
avsday he formally took
inker of the board of
Life Insurance Corn-
Funeral services for Thomas New
ton Massie. (6, prominent business
man, who died Wednesday afternoon,
February the 13th, after a heart at
tack early the day before, were held
in the First Methodist church on Fri
day afternoon with the Rev. W. A.
Rollins, presiding elder of the Waynes-,
ille district , and Rev. Paul
Hardin, Jr., pastor, in charge. Inter
ment was in Greenhill cemetery.
Active pallbearers were: W. R.
Francis, J. Wilford Rav, Harlev
Francis, W. T. Lee, Jr., O. L. Hriggs,
and James Atkins.
Honorary pallbearers were: W. T.
Shelton, F. W. Miller, T. L. Green, C.
H. Rav, C. E. Rav. R. T. Messer, M.
M. Noland, W. T. Denton, C. B. At
kinson, J. H. Howell, Dr. S. L, String
field, Dr. Thomas Stringfield, F. A.
Burgin, S. H. Bushnell, R. H. Black
well, Harry Rotha, Jr., E. B. Camp,
I). 1). Perry, H. C. Lindsley, W. T. Lee,
Sr., J. R. Morgan, J. R. Bovd, .1. H.
Way, I). A. Howell. J. C. Welch. T. 1..
Bramlett, G. C. Davis, T. L. Gwyn, E.
I. . Withers, Dr. R. 11. Stretcher. Dr.
N. F. Lancaster, Dr. W. L. Kirkpat
rick, J. M. Long, R. L. Provost, E. J.
Hyatt, W. A. Hyatt, R. N. Barber,
R. Q. McCracken, J. C. Rose, .1. 11.
Allison, John Kerley, Sam Galloway,
Joe Leatherwood, F ? Underwood,
Charlie Liner, F.d Ratcliff, 0. II.
Shelton, W. C. Allen. Tom Ledbetter,
Joe Mormino, C. M. Dicus, C. W
Miller, Pa Thackston, Jere Liner, De
catur Phillips, 0. T. Alexander, Dr.
I X. M. Medfordifi and Dr. J. F. Abel.
' A I., '.. mimlu ..I' ..,,( .if t,i n
.1 inihi- 1H.1111L.VI Wl ..1 1.
friends and relatives attended the
funeral services, among whom were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Short. Miss Willie
Mae Short, Mrs.. John Little and Mr.
John Little, Jr., of Charlotte, Mr. J.
E. Evans, of Chattanooga, Tenn., Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Massie, Mr. and Mrs.
T. A. Massie, and Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Massie, of Candler, Mr. and Mrs.
George Evans, of Asheville, Mr.
Richard Vaniger, of Columbia, S. C,
Mrs. Joe Self, Mr. Bob Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Hobart Evans, Miss Edith Fish
er, Mr. and Mrs. Clove Sisk. George
M. Smith, and Mrs. Pearson, all of
Asheville, Mr. Frank Smathers, of
Weaverville, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Cogdill, Mr. Pete Moody, Mr. Jeter
Snyder, and Mr. Bob Long, of Sylva,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leclbetter, of Cui
lowhee, and Mr. and Mrs. Conway
Ledbetter, of High Point, Mrs, .les.-ie
Massie McCracken and three children.
Miss Wilma McCracken. Mr. Paul
McCracken, and Mi. William Mc-McCracken.
Dan Cupid is
cording to the
records in the 1
Evidently he has ! eon off the
job for the past week, because uot
a single license was issued in that
I'hose who have had dealing
with Mr. Cupid said it waj of
their opinion that he would be
back on the job soon as there
was a little more evidence ef
This is the fUt time in uer a
year that he has entirely failed
to score a hit c!uing a week.
Oral Yates Gives
Some Inside Facts
Haywood Man Believes That As
sembly Will Be In Session For
At Least Anothei Month
Oral I.. Yates, assistant sergeant -at-arms
in i.ie Senate of the General
Assembly, was in Waynesville for
the week-end. and during the course
of an interview with this paper made
the prediction th"t the legislature
would not adjourn before the 15th of
March and hardly later than April
Mr. Yates is a close observer ,f
political affairs, and is watching
things m tlu- legislature with a keen
eye. He figures that the liijuor hill
will probably pass 'he upper house
by a vote of 'J7 to hut will meet
with certain defeat in the lower bouse
that is taking the present set up
as a standard to go by. Just what
will lie done by the sponsors of I lie
bill and opponents before the vote
rniu'ht change the ieult. lie reminded
Mr. Yates reported that Senator
Ralph Ramsey was much improved
after his recent illness.
It seems that Rcpre.M-utative Hailey
has acquired for himself the reputa
tion of being one of the hardest
workers around the Capitol. Several
of his local bills have brought about
state-wide attention. The bill sub
stituting adult school buss drivers for
student drivers has been the source
o. much coninie.it in Raleigh, it was
It was Mr. Y lies" prediction thai
there would probably be a deadlock
in the assembly oyer the revenue bill.
i -REGULAR DUTIES;
: V,' i.. X, J. - F::ty one
-men who had been
'. Lindbergh kidnaping
. to routine duty last
- partment had spent
cast ; its investigatoi s
hundreds of thousands of
i- down good tips, and
heing nut 1 1 hours and
t ho jury brought in a
-uiity with a mandatory
i!en;.-'e. Members of the jury
ji tendered contracts for 12
o ( head per week for
embers with $500 for the
Court officials have ex
hdpeful belief that they
RA.RK STAMP INSURED ."
) '' RK. Last week an msU
was written for the
?tfl:mn' in Vin ,-i-.-l(t ' H
i ' ' . . 1 , 111!....
R81 n 1 !,-;. 1 t ! u in na in
tamp belongs to Mrs. j
., wioow oi a wen Known
fWtt V V .,,! ,q at
n the wav'to LoncTon to be
Mid , e. .
H." "ul -"'ii. it was insured xor
nv' almost nnn
KI' ' t w Tr dtt DrTA.vrn
: r v t. ; tv.. i
Haywood county pa orris aff
intr their reports to Washing
the births of children horn in th
ty "during I he -pus I mont lis-,
mailed durihc the ti si two u
the 'Register Y iur Baby" ca'.m.-ai)."i
show that 123 chitilren have h en pro;i
This i-- compared with 7'; ' i-hildrcn
which were recorded.. as .haying been
horn in this county" during '.lie year
1933, as shown in the-'files of .the P. i
l'wiu of 'ital Statist ies of the State
B..ard of Health . in Raleigh, Par
ents are urged, by I)r. John II. Ham'
ilton. director of the bureau, to-senu
in these cards as early a-- possible.
North Carolina had 75.23H i.i.-ths
properly recorded in 1033, an I incom
plete figures show that 79,350 birth.
had been recori led for 1934, by which
Dr. Hamilton estimates that enough
more will be added to make the num
ber of births in the state last year
80,000, or more.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
H. Kay Have Been
Married 50 Years
Mr. and Mis. .Clyde II. Raj re
the recipients .; of niunerous Inessages
and i.eiwenibran. es -on i:uesdayj heh-
):..! n, wiucu mar.Kt'ii i lie
J " ill :.l tl m iiia I
in ice on .'Fobrua! y
n'. en River honie
H -j ten "mi I.e.- Ilo'ii
1 uary .
She 19; l.i,
1 k'lider.-on v.ii
. Mis. Kay
.n iual ol
! :n' f.orther M
I I' :
Eugenia. luvis,.duughtei- oi I u
and M.s. J allies Davis; 'Mr. Ray
siiiv'o'l tile iaJei William II. -. , Rav
Mis. Ma-lUe .Hal ris Ray,: if Hi n ..
sunville; and is. the brother of h.-ulo
L. Ray, oi' AVajie.n iiJe. The couple
mov,'(i In e from IlenilersonviH' in
1887: . Mf;-. Raj' fir ! went : into im
furniture business, and aft.erwaiii
handled all: types of hie x-handis. . '
Mr. and Ms Raj ind. the) tve v.
children, ten of whom are living, have
been prominently identified with the
life of the community for years, and
their hospitable home a social Cehter.
Mr. Ray has served a.s mayor of the
! town for many years at various inter;
I vals, his first term being-in 1889: He
I was a charter member and a forme)
president of the Hoard ot 1 rdi
SECR ET A K V W ALL AC E
i S Sterol ar U'in A Wailan-
h ill su-.ik .ii ,li- l-'il'Si M thtitfi,Ki
'Iniirti in Aslu vilU' Sdlurihy 1 tunc
To Speak Saturday
At 10 In Asheville
I'nifed States Setrelar Of Agri
culture To Address Farm
ers Of W. N. ('.
tSpicia! to The Mountaineer.)
Eight hundred plications d ad
mi.-s;pii tickets ii. w come from six
tu n counties of Vi stern North ( ar
uliiui to hear I'. S. Secretary of Ag
riculture, Henry A. Wallace at the
geiieral Lord's Acre meeting Satur
day of (Iris week, according to Rev.
Duinoiit i 1 irke, vyho is arranging the
The meeting will he In the Central
MUhoiijst. 'church m Als'heville !
ginning ut '.L la mi i he morning of
Saturday, February 'S.l.
Mfc-. t lai k unnuiiiiceii thai .he
i lunch has between one thousand and
eleven hundred scats. Admission to
the reserve scats will be by ticket
only, and the tickets must be pre
seined by 9".4f. If npj seats then
remain, they will be open to the public,
n wi. announced; Runcomhe county
farm agent, A. W. Nesbitt and .-i staff
of vocational aglieulture leachi'rs
will act ; s ushers.
The program will Include teslinii.
nials Cijhcei'ning the value of (lie
Lord's Acre plan by members of the
first three churches that have become
self supporting-through the use of
tin- plant, anil a number of H'stioni
liiah ft .tm inilividuals. A.-iangfiiicnls
have been, male lo show ;s I el copt icllll
C. Of C. Directors
Are Making Plans
To Bein Campaign
Hugh Massie Named Treasurer
Of Organization And Suc
ceeds Bradlev On Board
The directors of the Chamber of
t'onmierce discussed at length Tuesday
night plans for the coming season and
heard a tentative list of committees
presented by President Chas. K.
The board received the resignation
of W. A. Bradley as a member of the
board when he found his work would
prohibit him from serving. In bis
place Hugh Massie was named.
Liter m the meeting Mr. Massie
was named tnaurer ef the organiza
tion for the coming year. With t''e fill
ing of this office, the orgainzji. ion is
complete with the exception ef the
final approval of .several committees.
President Ray said he would probably
mike his appointment public within
ten dav s.
Details of several outstanding mat
tern were thoroughly discussed and
committees are working oil those ).ro
iccts tins week. Another nicotine will
Im- held soon and definite action taken.
In making out his list of committees
for this yea ; Mr. Ray has made sex
eral changes which met with the
hearty approval of the boa id. One
rievv committee will likely be added
and a different plan for scouring mem
lx'iships and revenue is being worked
Htle Of Standard
rii.. Vf rn v.ji
i o mi, i. j, i ainev
Bill To Increase
Board Held In Sen
ate By Sickness
Haywood Board Spent First Of
Week In Raleigh. No further
Because of continued illness of Sen
ator Ralph Ramsey, Jr., no new stcws
have boon taken to g, t the bill re
cently introduced in the General As
sembly by Representative J; T Hailey
which would increase the board of
commissioners from three members to
It was learned here Wednesday
morning thai Senator Ramsey was
much improved, hut xxhethor he was
back at his desk was not ascertained.
Representative liailcy made known tho
fact that a hearing befole the :
ate committee of towns, cities ... I
counties, where the bill has been
three weeks, had been Indefinite .
the entire hoard of commissioners
left here Monday afternoon for Ral
eigh, and were said to hax consulted
Representative Hailey about the bill
while there, I'hey had not arrived
here late Wednesday afternoon,
Rumor, continued to he circulated
about the coiintj regarding the bill,
hut no deli II He official word has count
from Mr. Hailey other than bis pres
ent plans lire to go through with the.
bill. He made this statement to The
I oiiulninccr sonic few days ago.
Suae the lull was introduced theru
has been much comment nn the pro
posed live district nl.ui, which would
make a Imai'd ol seven members, with
each of the rive districts represented.
H' t how Mr. Hailey r,.,s about
increasing the board from three to
seven has not been made public, al
though several fr i he county ha'vo
hail i nnl'ei eiices x 1 1 1 1 him en t he mat -lor.
It Was learned yesterday that sumo
ol ' hose fav'oriiii an d.ncreiu e in t he
boa d membership are hacking the
seven iiiemiioi b. iird plan'iuthcr thait
th. In. memher hnai, Mf up.
T. J. Catllcy, count.; auditor, ha
been given H)t. title f "Staiulai'd Ac
countant" by Mr. Arnold Itetts, of
the research and statistical deparl
itienl of McAllister. Sinith inn) I'at.e,
I nc, of ( i reenvitle, S. ( '.
Mr. Itetts was here receiillv and
did quite a hit of woik in Mr. Cat bey's
office lor his fn in. and lifter ret lull
ing to hi home office he sent hack .
Idler containing the following pa:
agraph about Mr. Cat hey:
"I vi i v sincerely w'anl in c' . tl.v
n my travels, I he niaiiue in vvlii(hi ' -Mil l lu r, fii, sl)eiif of .h'outlferii
Head Sees Better
Business In South
His ,ll)ji oi
I ! i '
yoll keep your records made ijii.iti
lllipi-cssh.il on me; and it iiiiehl hi
of intoi-osl in von io know I li.it I
line ! e , lie, I I ri v 'HI evil a I I line
cilice a being a slandard ivbieli- all
(.'iiunty Accountant.-, and for thai
main s. city, accountant.! , could well
a (fold lo copy."
M I; -Hi il v I - ...wi irking .-ii .ui ate rial
s Acre project's, unit, to: u I k, and will u , aii ntivh-
hymn b I' . : .'j ahoiii Mi. lalhi'v in the lunik. lie
1.1 ace's a-1 tire v.il;' iiitciid to., s'e: ..forth I he maun.) i
I .1.-.I...I ... o . t. r .-.
' -I - milgl nil ,' 1 1 1 1 a I II j)
Ihiougli rhe Snulli. i- iiloii than .'ii
1 1 hi i ii ..ui on ,m.
ai'h ions in .
iv, 1 1
I. !' e.c !. a:
'' ITie N'ece- -. I v of a So
'it u:it Life In f:l"( ( oifiit ry
W 111 1 l i ; J ' I n W : l-l : '
1 , l iii eevt i.i ii ).K.- Lt. i.f
. iir' r hi' I ,' r '
Mrs, IVlaie Free
v hl.-lt ALi... r a I hey. Mcp. hi- rei iVi.l
and ..office., if ;i-s ' :"i r no." M i
It ' - .fur- worked ' ill ahm I cV.-i
a el 1 1 I i.ii ' o.fl'fi e in I he a 1 e.
. M i ' ,'l':.-! hev " is li,
Jim. I of i he .i lerk of, couvi hcrc- ':i.i
ui ,iv w ith i h ... : ;V i iiji ii o :
j.'i ' lii
II I'll' .11 ii :. I .'. :
'Zlik jAiexander .Bu i Ids
Modern ( )pen-V lew
I Coin reii
j i a l lo l
! Soinii L
I prmcl i
Air. Ma: he . ,
.' I -Mont; er;
1 o el ni l!
ot .ui i 1 1 ma;,; i
I .' a: i.Ji io i hal i I
o'n: :ln w-.iv low ird in
111 roll ', ' -v
l.'u . . dlt,
a I . , i
in ! I,
ui' on . -ui x i r
in . ui , ; , 1 1
am t bis yea r. ',v
o. 1 1 i-i
, V.e I ;,,
Mai ! i-i li i
-,,lercrTi fV, Of i.flqi..itrl
aw student legislator, to
tatue which gained world
m at the trial in which the
a Jennings Bryan, "the
ner," defended it was
Tennessee refused to
'Monkey Law," The vote
3 to retain it.
'GTON. D. C According; hogs one or both
' v ijeneral (. ummings leg
nai down the New Deal's
the gold case and end con
ubts on the status of fed
will be seriously considered
losevelt administration of-
'...K,H.-A bill to lengthen the
-fs eason tn 10 western counties,
Wl , n,ch 1S Haywood, was offered
W -wer house three weeks aeo
, J" M state wide measure to
CORN AND HO(i CONTRACT
MEETING TO HE HELD! which afterward became the Cham i
of Commerce. He served as vac
president of the First National Bank
when it was irganized by the t
George W. Maslin and was a (JvntctuF
for years, and is still a stockholder.
He has served on many local ' -m
mittees'' of importance and ha- a: all
times been recognized as one iif . the
most, generous and forward .looking
-citizens of the Uvrn. ;'.
The children of Mr. and Ml ft:
are as ionows: r.ranic ti. -rui-
Claience Raj. who are in business, it;
Miami, Florida. Mrs. Robert Bre.C e,
There will be a mee-ting of all those
who are interested in the 1935 Corn
Hog reduction contract here it the
courthouse ThurHav the 28, at 10
A. M. sharp. Mr. Chambers from
the state office will be here to expla.n
more fully the program.
Everyone who has signed a con
tract already, and those who are. in
terested i l signing should be here as
this is the last day for signing the
contracts this year.
Those who are eligible for a con
tract are those who have produced ten
acres or more of corn or have had
two. or more brood sows, and have ot
plan to reduce their corn acreage
I'nlili, . . I n, Sim, I.'mII,.. l,v.,o
i immvd By vvmn Ami The I'witipuurtding Ol
'.-. .liii". : an I lunerai.. . erv ice,- wi n
held Saturtlay morning for Mrs, Mac
oury -i .;! j.') -tr.d
liivoii I. lie
?'TING SEASON BILL !
ThLs is a final notice that all those
who are interested in signing either
Corn-Hog or Tobacco reduction con
tracts must do so by the first of
March. That means just one more
week remains for the signing of the
Howell. Jr.. Mi
e, of Tarpon Springs. I
George- Semmes. of Jack
la, Clyde II. Rav, .)-,.. Ji I
Mary Ray, and' Mis- M
anil two sons. Ware
in service during
and W. Davis Ray, k
red in 1918.
'' (fie. i ' -. ho died i'hul -day night
i i : home near Woodro. '
The dei cased had been ill ill health
for a number of .yeari at her home
in the Allen's :t:reek section. Due to
her' illness had recently moved to
cottage near the home of her only
son. Esaw, at Wodrow.
She was known to hundreds of
. i nds as "Aunt Mag," and xva
!ove l: by everyone who knew her.
She 'was a "me Tiber of the Allen's
i ri ek Baptist, church for.fhirty years.
The l'ev. Thomas Erxvin, of Rl
treat, conducted ..the funeral service
ut her home. Burial took place in
Creenhiil cemetery hole.
Mrs.- Free Was 74 years of age
and was a daughter of the late Mr.
and .Mrs. Drurv Bingham, of Way-
riev.ille. Besides a host of friends
and relatives .she 1' ''survived by
one daughter and one son. Mrs.
Roberta Putnam, of Lake Juna
luska, and Esaw Free, of Woodfow.
T ... isters, ."f -. RBen : Kerley,
of Witvnesville, and, Mr. Myrella
Rex-is, of Cruso, and one. brother, D. C.
Bingham, of Sunburst.
DESTROY QUANTITY OF BEKR
J earns fnviled To
The addition of He "ojien view.' , gr ,
prescription ..roorivat Alexander's D, ug : j j e iOtiriieV
Store is the cause of piiic.h cuinment.' ". '-.. ' '.','-'.
bv the nany customers' of t-be firm. , ,. ... .. . r
. ' rri, , ,.' , ,. t Invilat Ion.- have been inai ed by
-The public can now see through: Western . Carolina-Tethers ('ollege to
he pre-e,',pt,,,n depa,1niint, and eve,,, hiKf, .' Western North Cir-
the compounding of. pres., ,t ,.,1, . participate in
IN'("!"'r;"' "f h" N?, ,,,"'M! the eleventh annual invitation !.:, k -painted
white and every contain-, is. p, ..,., to lie Heid March 7.
,n full view. Each container has an g arll ... This tournament -.-m-iie
individual waxed-paper covering over by, , ,,. ,T , . ' .
the regular stopper. I for the bwketball season We .,
Ine new arrangement not only adds ' North Carolina,
tie the apiK-aratice of the store, but : as1 veari nu'iet "en hi ,,nd fifteen
enables t he druggists to Work more ) tenmi competed fo henors that'
easily under the new arrangement.' j wm-e finally won by Svlva boys atld
Special, overhead lights flood the) Bethel girls,. The Bethel giris' haye
entire room. ... . ' ' .fat ra-d off chiimpiofishr p honors for'
. five s ui cfessiyc years.
' Five teams. ,n this county have been'
j invited to attend. Thev are: I'.-in'oii,
I II. t!i. , ly.ie. II the! and Wayn.-svil'e.
Games Set For
RELIEF BILL THREATENED
WASHINGTON, I) C, Feb. 30.
While the Administration force i -v
This week-end will r be .-.leal for f 'We .confiilimce o
Pi --..I.. .i"u' l...- .- .i:.,.. least five of the six
L'w, . v 'i.'.u UiJLi t modify the admitiist rat io
.1 .1.1 S ' 1 I I V 1 I ,1 ,
io Mountaineers be
'clock. This is ex
1 to be a good contest, as th
tl C c acnMt?rii I . " . rT'i
nf tv,. ? . " . w . r"r an sec-. Smokv Mountains iNationa 1'arK. me
K - state tor 1935-37 bien-' link is about seven miles long and is
near the crest of the main divide.
WORK ON SKYWAY IN' PARK
BRYSON CITY. Plans are
made here for early resumption - f
work on the Skyway a link of which
is being built between Newfound '.ap
and C inertia n'c Dome in the Great
BROOKLYN, N. Y.Ti ' ague 'for
a Woman President and Vice Presi
dent opened up shop in i:' 'klvn re
cently in preparation of '''-'r. with
Miss'Lillian D. Rock vice president of
the National Associa i n of Women
Lawyers as founder. Her favorite
candidate for presiden is Florence E.
Allen, a U. S. Circuit Court Judge m
Montana. WTien Mrs. Roosevelt was
asked about the matter she smiled
and dodged the question.
Denuty Constable John Kerley i
Bob Ray destroyed six barrel- of b
in tne Alien s ' reeK coiiiuiuiiii.x -1 . ... . r . ,
past week-end. , i"' I, RIV? lm'
The officers reported that every-' '"m'" n-al fight,
thing was in rearliness for making at On Saturady night at the same hour
run when thev destroyed the beer.
NEW YORK CITY. The high cost
of living is getting higher. The Bu
reau of Labor statistics reported last
week that in two weeks ending Jan.
29 the index of food prices was at
its highest point since May 15, 1931.
the two Culloxvhee teams will invade
the Mountaineer court for a two
Thus far this season the boys for
the Mountaineers have failed to click
at the crucial moment, while the girls
have met for quite a bit of success.
Large crowds are expected for these
two week-end games.
which is coat
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT
Date Max. . M.in.
14 49 '- . - 24
15 . 54 - - . 41
lfi 61 "1
18 59, 21;
19 45 J?
20 52 . 30