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THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 j
TIIE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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New Home Of Western Auto Associate Store
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Will Have Formal
Opening On Friday
'Haywood follu have been migh
ty good to us, but in the meantime
we have tried our beat to render a
high ciasa service to them. Our
business policy U guaranteed sat
isfaction or money back," said
James C. Gaiusha. manaarer of the
Western Auto Associate Store
Mr. and Mrs. Gaiusha came to
Waynesville ia November, 1937,
from West Palm Beach, Fla. They
opened the first Western Auto As.
sociate Store in this section of the
state, west of Hickory,
V hen they became representa
tives of the Western Auto Asso,
cmtu Stores, they had a wide
choice of towns in this part of the
state and in North Georgia, from
which to select a location. They
had often passed through Waynes
ville in their annual visits to West.
em North Carolina in the summer
and had been deeply impressed
with the town and its possibilities.
They leased one of the stores in
the Reeves building and opened
up for business with a line of auto
accessories, radios, washing ma
chines, bicycles and minor electrical
supplies. From time to time they
have added to the stock.
Recently they moved into their
own building, located on the Willis
property on Main street. It is
made of tapestry brick and is 25 by
80 feet There is a full sited con
creted basement, into which cars
may be driven for servicing, such
! as changing tires, oil and ann
i (riKi The' new system is proving
' to be more convenient to both the
customers and to the operators.
The lot on which the building is
located extends 45 feet in the rear
ttml to the right has an 18 foot
driveway leading from Main street
into the basement.
The show windows offer an at
tractive setting for a display of the
goods. Inaide the building, the
walls and trim are finished in
cream, while the shelves and ix-
tures are in lettuce and fixture
green enamel. '
. Eight fluorescent lighting ar-
rangements are used in the main
; building, with one each in the show
j windows at the entrance. In the
rear is an elevated office.
I The shelves and the general
system of displaying the merchan-
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Mrs. James C. Gaiusha, who as
sists her husband in the operation
of the Western Auto Associate
i Store here.
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James C. Gaiusha, owner and
operator of the Western Auto
Associate Store, which was recent
ly moved into new quarters on
Main Street. .
operators and the buyers.
All new equipment for an Im
proved service has been Installed
in the new building. These in
clude: battery chargers, which will
charge 12 batteries in 12 hours or
24 batteries in 24 hours; ignition
analysis ; radio tube checkers ; and
in all phases of seryice the last
word in equipment is used.
At present one of the chief ob
jectives to which the firm la bond
ing is toward a model radio re
In addition to Mr. and Mrs.
Gaiusha are the following employ
es: Kobert Phillips, mecnanic; Ken
neth Bramlett, radio technician;
Vance Spivey, battery man. On
Saturdays the force is joined by
Miss Ruby Davis, office clerk, and
Herbert Burnett, salesman.
Mr. Gaiusha is a native of Cher
okee county of this state and Mrs.
Gaiusha, of Florida, but they have
adopted Waynesville for their per
Today after only four years, I
an nef.i.t . i
their business is
success and is a fine exxT
result of work and praettarfA
class service to customers Zt
treatment of all those C f
contact in their businB l
NAVAJOS KEEP TRADlTinw
IGNOEE MOTHER-IN-ui '
Gallup, N M.TheN I
lion man aIia Ia1 JW 4
v.:" , ?n tae ft
to be out of luck.
That was decided at a meet.
Uie tribal council on the Km
reservation near Galluo wk..
voted upon a proposal to abuJ
The tradition holds ti .1
Navajo man who looks upon J
faca ft Ilia Onfa'a ..1
followed by a jinx.
some moaern-mindwi v.. I
proposed that the custom wM t J
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uer uiimu leu tiers voted th
dise offers the customer a full view
at first glance, and facilitate sales ,
both from the standpoint of the
BEAUTIFUL STORE FRONT
For Western Auto Associate Store
63 N. Lexington Ave.
77 Pattoo Ave.
A miounces THE FtDEiSML IF
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Ixr.t uttful halUvm to each ch ild
fimtnc to our sittre
(Friday and Satarday Only)
in Tire Safietv
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With The Parrkase Of Sealed Cans Of
GOOD PENN OIL
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LET US CHANGE YOUR OIL NOW!
Quart OU Change of Good (5) (oc
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AdVLt Faeries Hare Eeea Frtrided la 0r Larye Caeacreie
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NEW 1941 TRUETONES
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