North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY; SEPTEMrpd
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Young State Demo
crats To Meet 10 -11
The State convention of Young
Democratic clubs of North Carolina
will be held in Winston-Salem on the
10th and 11th, with headquarters at
the Robert E. Lee Hotel.
J. Ed Butler, of Morganton, state
president, will preside over the two
days session.
A large delegation from every coun
ty in the state is expected. Elec
tion of state and district officers will
be held during the meeting.
A number of delegates from the
Haywood club will go to Winston
Salem, according to Dave Cabe, president.
Miss Tallulah Blank head
Weds Actor John Emery
The speaker of the House of Rep
resentatives William B. Bankhead, va
cationing in Alabama attended a wed
ding in his family last week. He gave
in marriage his daughter, Tallulah
Bankhead, famous actress, to John
Emery, actor. Miss Bankhead, 35,
who has been on the stage since she
was 16, did not at first warm up New
Yorkers by her acting, so she went to
London, where for 8 years she was
the toast of the city. Back to Broad
way she drew long lines to the box
office. She and her husband will grace
Broadway this fall in "Antony and
Cleopatra." Miss Bankhead will play
the Egyptian Queen, and her husband
will take the role of Octavius Casear.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jolly had as
the guests during the week Mr. and
Charlie Fulford, of Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Fulford is the sister of Mr.
Jolly.
Are Your Children
Ready For School?
(Health Bulletin.)
September is the time for getting the
children ready for school. Their read
iness involves more than suitable
clothes, a new book-sack and a row
of shinny pencils. As essential as
these things are to a child's idea of
readiness, they are of minor impor-j
tance compared to his physical fitness
and mental well-being.
It is well known that a child's pro
gress in school, his mental and sicial
development and his ready adjust
ment to school and community life are
greatly influenced by the state of his
bodily health. If he is suffering from
such defects as bad teeth, diseased
ton. Is, adenoids, poor vision, im
paired hearing, or from conditions
brought about by improper diet and
faulty health habits, he will be placed
at a disadvantage with his compan
ions. The odds will be against him
in any race.
It is, therefore, of the greatest im
portance that a child be started to
school right, free of all physical hand
icaps and in a healthful state of mind.
Parents are urged to use these days
prior to the opening of school in
September in which to make sure that
their children are in as good health
as possible, and thus ready to enter
school. To do this most satisfactorily,
a trip to the dentist and a check up
by the family physician are advised.
tp-Behind tfte Seen
frUOLLYOJOOD
THE BOY'S RIGHT
Oshkosh, Neb. Four-year-old Gwyn
Hogoboom told his father a silver
colored snake that made a noise with
its tail was under the kitchen sink.
Father investigated and found a
creamy-hued rattlesnake.
By HARRISON CARROLL
Copyright, 1931,
King Feature Syndicate. Inc.
HOLLYWOOD P aula Stone's
mistake in signing her marriage
application as Pauline Stone gets
funnier as you learn the details.
Seems as it was
Fiance George
Mason's idea,
not Paula's. He
suggested it
might help
throw the re
porters oft the
track.
"But 18 it
legal ?" asked
Paula.
Mason as
sured her it
was.
Still puzzled.
on the way back
from Santa Barbara, she hrougnt
the question up again.
"Of course, it was legal,
Mason, "isn't that your
name?"
The surprised Paula then learned
that her prospective bridegroom
actually didn't know her first
name. He'd thought all the time
that Paula was a diminutive tor
Pauline.
dios nave to De careful even ot
names used on shop windows in a
movie set. The ones you'll see on
the street in "Madame X" are those
of members of the M. G. M. re
search department. Natalie Buck
nall, head of the department, is
represented by the "Bucknall Loan
Co."
Answering Your Questions:
Craig W., Los Angeles: Spencei
Tracy didn't give up polo tot
yachting, but he is selling the boat
and going back to his old favorite.
Paula Stone
Joan Crawford has been ordered
to stop embroidering on the set.
It's been discovered that the fine
work is a strain on her eyes ant
that the camera, using the new
sensitive film, picks up the result.
said
real
In Agua Caliente the other day
were Gypsy Rose Lee and Bob
Mizzy. He's her No. 1 boy friend,
and was trying to get her to elope
io Mexico recently. Questioners
will want to know whether he
finally talked her into it.
BEGINS
uriXU
MILK
DAY7
FOR HEALTHY
GIRLS and BOYS
If the day begins with sunshine milk is
refreshing, and adds to its benefits. If the day
begins with rain pasteurized milk provides the
good value of sunshine anyway! A quart a
child, every day is right!
Pet Dairy Products Co.
Phone 10
Interesting to cold sufferers is
an item from Warners' "Sub
marine D-l" troupe in San Diego.
Symptoms of flu appearing in the
company, a sailor suggested a
navy remedy putting the victims
in a decompression chamber. This
is the device used to accustom
submarine crews to underwater
air pressures. A few minutes, at
a 20 pounds pressure, has been
found beneficial to colds. George
Brent, Pat O'Brien, Doris Weston
and the whole troupe tried the
remedy, claim it really worked.
It may be talk, but Isabel Jewell
j says she'll sail her 48-foot boat to
I Honolulu, possibly right after she
finishes "Love on Toast". Star
" plans to carry four other people.
To forestall possible suits, stu-
Chatter. . Louise Henry is
wearing a ring and Hollywood
hears it was put there by William
John Warburton not the actor
but the New Yorker. ... A recon
ciliation has quietly been effected
by Margot Grahame and Ray
HaUer. Hollywood night club pro
prietor. ... Virginia Carroll and
Ralph Byrd (he plays Dick Tracy
in the films) are expecting a baby
in December. . . . The Hays office
won't let Paramount use stills of
Irene Dunne in a tubful ol soap
suds in "High, Wide and Hand
some". . . , They say that Kathleen
Howard, fashion editor of F'ho'io- .
play, will return to the stage and
that Gwen Walters, formerly de
signer for Co
lumbia, will suc
ceed her on the
magazine, . . .
Little Judy Gar
land has writ
ten lyrics and
music for two
songs, "G o n e"
and "Deep in
My Heart". ...
You should sea
the h a n d b 1 1 1
that Harold
Lloyd's friends
are receiving.
Picture of Har
old, John Sumner and Roy Brooks
in turbans, with caption adver
tising their mind-reading act. . . .
And, best news of the day, Alice
Faye's brother, Bill, is improving
from his heart attack. He'll be out
of bed in a few days.
Harold Lloyd
Many Killed In
Undeclared War
In one of the worst disasters in the
three months undeclared war, 300 non
eombantant Chinese were killed and
400 injured yesterday by Japanese air
bombs. Five railroad cars packed
with Chinese refugees, fleeing from
the war zone, were blown from their
track by the Japanese bombers, 30
miles from Shanghai, Many of the
occupants not killed by the explosives
were crushed to death in the wreck
age. Red Cross officials rushed aid
from Shanghai to reinforce crews of
doctors and nurses on the scene from
a nearby Chinese hospital.
BORROWS PENNY FOR
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Fort Wayne, Ind. A prospective
bridegroom gave Miss Thelma Smith,
deputy clerk, a bag full of pennies and
asked for a $2 marriage license.
"You only have 199 pennies here,"
said Miss Smith after a laborious
count. "And this isn't bargain day."
The youth, red-faced, fished unsuc
cessfully in his pockets. Turning to
his wife-to-be, he whispered: "Do you
have one?"
She did.
Earle Thinks He Has
Little Chance At Get
ling President's Place
Governor George H. Earle, of
Pennsylvania, has been frequently
mentioned as a 1940 Presidential pos
sibility. Last week in London, he was
asked about it by the English people.
The Governor replied: "There are
126,000,000 people in United States.
I am one of them and that about rep
resents my chance one in 126,000,-000."
Miss Edith Long has gone to
Greensboro to resume her work at
the Greensboro College for Women.
Sag WATKINS N E WS
VOL. 1
ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION
NO. 22
Published Every
Thursday by
Watkins Chevrolet
Company, Inc.
The big news of the
week is the list of used
cars we are offering;
o ..;
One 1935 Plymouth
coach. This ear is thor
oughly reconditioned, for
$450
One 1934 Ford cabriolet
radio, new top. This car
is packed full of joy and
pep for the right owner.
Only-
One 1933 Chevrolet
master coupe. This car
has. been reconditioned
from bow to stern. New
paint and in A-l condi
tion. Only
$295
One 1931 Chevrolet cwich
Good tires. Good paint,
and a good automobile
for someone. At
$215
One 1930 Chevrolet
sport, sedan. New paint
and checked over thor
oughly. A real buy at
$185
One 1934 Chevrolet
duel long wheel base
truck. There is lots of
economical pay hau'ing
left in this truck and the
price is only
$250
We proudly boast of
our repossession rate for
this year. Only one car
for the year, to date.
The above record can
only mean one thing
our purchasers realize
that they are getting
their money's worth and
are pleased with their
purchases.
We are equally confi
dent that you will be as
well satisfied with any
used car that you might
select from our lot.
.We are in need of a
few late model used cars,
and will pay you the full
market value when trad
ed in on any new model
that we have. ' .
Watkins Chevrolet
Company, Inc.
SALES SERVICE
Phone 75
Main Street
Just Received
Ladies' Coats
A complete stock of what
you want at prices you can
pay. ,
$4.95 ... $19.75
Children's and Girl's
COATS
All sizes just the kind that
the little women prefer.
$1.49, $9.95
SEE OCR STOCK BEFORE
BUYING
BURGIN'S
Dept. Store
Main St.
Phone 74
Cafe Robbers Shot
Way Through Officers
Five were shot and three died as
... . .i r. : ,u
cops Dattlea mugs in opringnem,
Ohio, as the hold-up abductors match
ed pistol fire with police machine guns.
After being, hunted for a $1,290 cafe
robbery, the guilty quartet was
trapped in a lake resort cottage fif
teen miles south of the city, and tried
to shoot their way through city, coun
ty and state officers. The loot was recovered.
Government ut:h
About 10 Bilions In
Jury Says Father Ws
Justified In Killing
Jacob Duds shot his wayward son
in Chicago last week and a coroner's
jury called it justifiable homicide.
Sadly the father 63, told how he was
awakened at his tavern in the early
morning by two men shattering a
window and he fired a shot at them
and then found out that he had fatally
wounded his son Alexander, 29. Po
lice records showed the son had been
arrested fourteen times on minor
charges since 1933.
Max Baer Hailed In Court
For Wearing Shorts
Max Bear, former world's heavy
weight champion, was summoned to
appear last week in a Long Branch,
N. J. court. He had walked through
the Long Branch business section in
shorts.
GOLD RUSH
Thompson, Vermont. Gold-crazed
poultryrmn are sifting chicken feed
by the barrel here.
Sam Lee found several nuggets of
gold in the gizzard of a chicken, but
he can't remember where he bought
the fowl.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howell, of
Prov dtnee, R. I., are the guests of
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
A. Howell.
Representative Tab,r
ReDublican
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of the government fu, w .-
9ivoz,wz,bb6. On th
senator tarter G'ass
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gave out an
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estimate
BACH TO COLLEGE
Conservative estimate
1,250,000 boys and glrl;
in American colleges
this h
SAY IT WITH MVsic.
Denver.-Thi- nu : r. .,. ,
Elitch's gardens ran ' srrj
years.
The management added "Tn.
rv-Go-Round P.r.,1- n . ..
calliopes repertoireand th
e-o-round riiri ne fflfl
NOTICE
NORTH CAROLINA
HAYWOOD COUNTY.
. uil ol rtKiOR car
vs.
Howard Keith Thompson
,m unriiudiii, Howard Ki
Thompson, will take m!iv(. .j,
commenced in the Superior Courl
naywoou county lor the purposd
securing ior me plaintiff an abSi
divorce from the defendant; and
said defendant will further' take
tice that he is required to appeal
uie omce hi me LlerK ot the Supd
i,ourt oi naywoou bounty or. 27
tober, 19.57 and answer or deir.
the complaint m this cause file
the plamtin will apply tu the (
lor tne reliel demanded ;n said d
plaint.
This the Sth day of September
. KATE WILLlAMSO
Asst. Clerk Superior C
No. 645 Sept. 9-10-23-30,
Save On Prescriptions At SMITH'S
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Cut-Bate Drug Store QlJ
THIS WEEK-END'S BEST BUYS
$1.00
LAVORIS
64c
50c TOOTH
PASTE
IPANA
29c
The Perfect Saf
W SHORTENING W
4( CRISCO
I 31.09 1
S5c ,
MUM
21c
60c SHAMPOG
DREXE
39c
50c FRECKLE CREAM 50c LARGE SIZK J
Stillmans . . . 34c Barbasol jj
$1.10 LIPSTICK 25c TALC I'M
Tangee . . . .69c Mennens ljj
8. To MANGE REMEDY TOOTH .POWDER
Glovers 54c Pepsodent jj
83c CREAM LARGEST BOTTLE- w
Lady Esther ,54c Listerine j
VITAMIN PRODUCTS
Begin now to build up your system to fight off Winter Cold.
At Smith's you find a complete stock of the best vitamn
products at-
SMITH'S REASONABLE PRICKS
100 SQUIBB $1.25 TONIC ,fl
Aspirin 39c Peruna
$1.50-150 TABLETS $2.0(1 BLOOD TM ,.
Cod Liver Oil 98c S.S.S M
r.Oc TABLETS $1.00 EXT. C- I- ,
Yeast Foam . .32c Wampoles
$1.00 COD LIVER OIL $1.00 WINE Ol ' n
Squibb 79c Cardui . .. -Ji
35c GROVES
BROMO
QUININE 23c
BLACK
DRAUGHT 23c Size
2 for 25C
60c CaldwelLvZL
y syrup ?1 9?r
31 pepsin K J
37c wol
TRADEatSMITH'S and SAW
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME ATJ
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