... iRROI I. .each dav Rinnini
i i i m iw m ' si
CJ-' ..im..nt up m
le for the Warner loca-
' . "Gold
eacn day sipping an inexpensive
drink at Uie Cinnebar cafe. She
always sits just beneath the pic
ture taken of herself at the peak
of her career.
. .. TO
; of n-
. in the dousinir
s ruuicu - -
H"' . , ..,n,ori prew and
them , ; -
morning a 4'
for the ua
Dr. Daf oe
Nothing like the Hollywood sense
of humor. When Goldwyn'e "Hur
ricane" company was in Catalina,
one of the scenes was of Jon Hall,
who plays the native hero, swim
ming out into the surf while
three marksmen fired bullets just
far enough away not to hit him.
The men behind the guns, Captain
C. E. Andrews. Pardner Jones and
Duke Leo, make a business of
trick shooting for the movies and
never miss. But Director John
Ford, who loves a rib, made Hall
think they had been drunk for two
days, The poor guy went through
the scene expecting every shot to
plug him in the back.
More about trie Anne Shirley
John Howard Payne honeymoon.
After leaving the Santa Barbara
Biltmore, both donned blue jeans
and shirts and are making the rest
of the trip via auto camps and
out-of-the-way hotels. A sort of
a hobo honeymoon.
-1 1 ' uiHrwrv-iH The
ft1'"" w- fha hnilKP-
,.ry doctor wi" "-
- of the man wnu yu
me screen Jean Hersholt.
da(e is set, for Dr .Dafoe1.
..nous aepruu ut- -
ttalth of his famous charges
h,cifian has written a
' .rccDtine Hersholt's invita- j very hard to get that marriage
wrong again about Paula Stone's
romance cooling. ' Mrs. Will
Rogers just gave a dinner for
Paula and Fiance George Mason. ;
, . . Jan Rubini :
Chatter. . . . Songwriter Mack
Gordon dropped $10,000 in a single
hour at Calneva, they say. ... A
Reno scout says that Jack Doyle
is poison to the local press boys,
who, nevertheless, are working
u.'il make tne trip some
Mt vear and Hollywood is
Ljjjig a reception that will top
L.thnt New York gave to the
. who brought the Dionne
atuplets into the world.
Th( romance reports about Nan
ktv Brill and John Eldredge are
wet, out me muui-ncnujuicu
sir.g lady gave Keno and me
jTDunding country quite a thrill,
specially Calneva, where she and
breakfast iooa neiress jumpeu
the swimming pool with tneir
othfi on and, afterwards, had to
tnuade a storekeeper to open his
iblishment and outfit them in
Answering xour yuesuons:
kisda Cheek, Chicago: If Virginia
Mt.ii interested in anybody,
,ey iay, it is Arcmieci wauer
edeman. He Is doing her
Add to pathetic Hollywood
bhli, the down-and-out actress,
former tar, who U to be found
is forgetting his ;
marital troubles :
by fiddling in
the Biltmore :
Bowl floor show.
. . . The Frank
motorcycles t o i
Vancouver and :
will motor back
that way. Both :
machines have ;
fixed up as beds.
. . Dorothy Lamour is happy to
have Husband Herb Kay working
aa close as the Catalina Casino.
. . . And Constance Bennett tells
friends 8he signed so many auto
graphs leaving New York that she
had to have short wave treatments
to ease the cramp in her hands.
"LEADING MOVIE HOUSE IN ALL OF WESTERN
Program For Coming Week
Thursday, Sept. 23
RAMON NOVARRO and LOLA LANE In
THE SHEIK STEPS OUT"
FriHnv Sent. 24
'HPHIXR. HUTCHINSON and (JEORGE .Ml RPHY in
THE WOMEN MEN MARRY"
Set For Asheville
(Continued from page 8)
The Unusual During
of line plays and passes. The locals
held for downs however, at this point, ,
again crossed the goal before the
whistle for the quarters. Saunders
led the parade down the field by a '
27-yard jaUnt off tackle. Smith car
ried the pig-skin over the line, and
Clifton Shook added the point on a
side line buck.
In the final quarter. Coach Weath
erby sent in his entire second team,
and part of the third, and the re
serves played the Indians on just
about equal footing. As the final
whistle neared, the reserves found
themselves in Indian territory, and
set off a series of flank passes which
carried the ball to the 1!9 yard line,
where John Reeves, ripped the Cher
okee line for steady gains on five
straight plays for the final score,
crossing the line from the 7 yard
The Mountaineers were penalized a
! total of 110 yards, as compared to 30
! for the Indians, and averaged 31 yards
on punts as compared o the o5 yard
average compiled ' by briver, Red
skin punter. A public address sys
tem kept the crowd informed as the
down, persons figuring in plays, and
I'l.AY ASHEVII.LK HICH
Tomorrow the Mountaineers go up
against Asheville High in Asheville,
and a lare following of Waynesville
fans is expected to witness the
game. Ed Davis, who started the
season on first string, but was forced
out of the first game except for a few
moments, is back in harness now, and
is expected to be in top shape for the
tilt. The team, following hard work
outs all week, is in tiile condition, ami
The veterans attending the national
convention in New York City this
week went to the great metropolis
loaded with extra equipment that war
time regulations would never have al
lowed. The Los Angeles delegation,
campaigning for the next convention,
brought with them oO.OOO oranges, a
police band, and a police motor cycle
The Colorado delegation also seek
ing the HKiS convention, brought three
cub bears, six mountain lions and as
a present for Mayor Frank Hague, of
Jersey City, a jackass that kicks at
the name of "Miss Debunker."
From St. 1'aul, Minn., the veterans
brought a post drum corps with $5,000
worth of Mankato Indian costumes for
Saturday, Sept. 25 1
ANOTHER HOP-ALONG CASSIOY WESTERN
W)RTH OF THE RIO GRANDE"
Sunday, Sept. 26
PE RAYMOND JOE PENNER and HARRIETT HILLIARD
JHE LIFE OF THE PARTY"
Monday - Tuesday, Sept 27-28
DICK POWELL and AH Star Cast In
THE SINGING MARINE"
! J0H-N' BARRYMORE and LOUISE CAMPBELL-In
BULLDOG DRUMM0ND COMES
high for ii Waynesville
Chariin LE Arneach
Truitt l.T Hradley
B. Mihur Lt! Sampson
Taylor C Arch
Collins Kt; 1 .elford
Hancock RT I'.lythe
Messer HE Thompson
Smith li'B Drivel
J, Phillips l.H Crowe
Saunders KH Reed
B. Phillips J-Pit. Davis
Substitutions: Waynesville, H.
Hancock, St ringticld, Davis, Plott,
Franklin, Reeves, Shook, R. Mc
Cracken, Wm. McCnicken, Moody,
Fritz, LeatherwoiKl, Mull, H. Phillips,
J. Milner, Wright, and McElroy.
Cherokee, R. Y'oungdeer, Calonhask
ie, .Tram per, F. Bradley, C. Jackson,
Queen, Owl, and Taylor.
Referee, Herman, Umpire, Stretch
er, and Headlineman, Davis.
Boy Scouts To Build
Cabins In City Park
The city board of aldermen have
granted the Boy Scouts of this conii
munity, the right to elect log cabins
at the City Park, on East street, for
their permanent quarters for the next
Durimr the nast lew - vears the
Scouts have been moved from place to
place, and leaders of the boys put the
matter before the board who promptly
granted permission to use the park.
There are three troops of Scouts in
this community: One troop under the
sponsorship of the Rotary Club, an
other under the American Legion and
one troop at Hazolwood.
Former Citizen Of
Haywood Is Here
Dr. L. L. Justice, of (Jlermont. Fla.,
is visiting his brother, F. A Justice,
at his home on Crabtree.
Dr. Justice, a former citizen of
this county, practiced medicine in
Marion, N. C, several years before
going to Florida.
Fourteen years ago he moved to
Clermont and gave up his profession
and since that time ha ben engaged
in the growing of citrous fruits.
Dr. Justice says that each, summer
he feels the call of the mountains, but
when the fall sets in he always re
turns to Florida, and that "oncu a
man gets sand in his shoes," he is lost
in the mountains.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO Jl NIORS
lt is necessary that each and every
member of the Waynesville Council
No. H7;l J, O. V. A. M. report to the
Financial Secretary before September
28th, or attend the council meeting
on that date. All -members failing to
report by the above date will have to
be dropped from membership m the
council. This is important.
Either see F. A. Bui gin before
Sept. 28. or attend the council meet
ing on next Tuesday.
Works Progress Administration em
ployes total 1,482,707 persons, as com
pared with the 1,500.000 maximum
limit stipulated ill the new Relief
Act. The total now is about 2.77.V
000 less than under the peak relief
enrollment of the old Civil Works Ad-
i ministration in January, li'.'U.
Clubs To Meet In
The eleventh annual meeting of tho
western district of the North Caro
lina Federation of Music clubs, will
be held here on Saturday the 25th, at
the First Baptist church, beginning:
the all day session at 10:00 o'clock.
A large delegation is expected to
attend The district is composed of
the music clubs in the towns from
Morganton and Forest City, to Mur
phy. A program of unusual interest has
been planned for the day, which will
include an address by the state p inc
ident. Mrs. J. S. Con-ell. of Raleigh.
The Waynesville Music Club and the
Junior Club will be hostesses of the
meeting. Mrs. Grover C. Wilkes, of
Sylva, member of the local club, wh
is district director, will preside. Mrs
Robert Stretcher, president of the.
Waynesville club, will give the address
The following members of thi
Junior Club will serve as pages foi"
the meeting:. Betty Burgin, Stacy
Wilburn, Ruth Burgin. Leonora Mac
Walker, and Marion Morgan.
At noon luncheon will be' served ut
the banquet hall of the Welch Me
morial Sunday school building. Ths
public is invited to attend the mot-l
ing and luncheon, reservation lor
the latter must be made by call i (tic
Buy a fall hat. get free pie. Rat -cliff
Cove community house, Friday
night, Sept. 24. Ice Cream, cake,
MRS. H. . BAUCOM TO BE HOS
TESS TO YOUNG PEOPLE
The Royal Ambassadors, a group
from the Baptist church will meet on
Friday night with Mrs. H. W. Baucom
at the parsonage. The members are
asked to arrive at 7:'S0.
C O R II E C T
AT POPl LAR
Fall is here aain and Bur
gin's Department Store is
ready with a large stock of
merchandise that our buyers
have chosen with the utmost
care in order that we might
give you the best in the new
fashions at unusually low
W ATKINS NEWS'flBPf
Tims'-' roa-h. this car
has Ufti t noruughlv re-
Fal! months are travt I
months . . . how alKiut
a eood used car. that
will five vou miles of
Here's a few we have
on hand right now
One 19115 Plymouth
Coach, thoroughly recon
ditioned, and rebuilt.
Looks and runs like new.
Ha new tires. We guar
antee this ear to anyone.
cared for liv
ami. tn igini.il
almost - like
. Wjis well
Hew. . Now
; o -One
master sport coupe, rum
ble seat and in Al con
dition throughout. Pric
ed at onlv
One l'.Wl Chevrolet
coach. A good car with
lots of service left. Pric
The old phrase, t ic
higher the fewer, applies
to horsepower when driv-
,iig at high altitudes. A
ear that develops 100
horsepower a! sea-level
has utilv H2 horsepower
at an altitude of fi.OOO
foot. This means a re
sultant loss ill gasoline
However, hills don't
make so much difference
as vou would imagine.
The thing that eats up
the gas is "Rolling fric
tion," anil that is Ido
pendent upon road sur
face rather than the
steepness of the grade.
"Rolling friction" can be
reduced bv keeping Vour
tires proper'v inflated.
Our now guaging ma
chines enables us to put
iust the exact and cor
nvt amount of air in
vour t i res. ( "mi . in lor
When Ihibbin shied
and showi i his tcol h at
1 ac upproac i of a fire
s'litling 'Benzine buggy''
thirty vears ai. his con
duct moved the Missouri
A ut, i mobile Ass'n tti offer
this reniaikalil: sugges
tion. " 1 Irive tn one side of
the road, and if possible
hide the machine behind
a .flump of trees; then
emerge nliietlv take tho
bridles of the horse and
lead him past the auto
mobile. Then give-, the
farmer a cherry slai) on
the back and a hejartv
'itillv!' that will send him
on his wav feuling that
indeed the automobile is
the prince of them all.
til l M mr'-i
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