Thursday, July 30th, 1925.
XHE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
Jfoctetp and Perftma
4tis Atilcfferi Qrvwford, (editor
Mrs. Horry jrrehn, wh.- has been vis-1 Mrs. Frank Smathers and four of
mug itci iuiyiii.B, an. nnu firs. n. n. ner cmiuren, 01 miami, arrived me lat-
Blackweli lo the pasi month, return
to her homein Kansis City Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Herm Holt, uiiH ehi!
One reason why we never overtake
Happiness is that it is always llecing
from us. Only when we attain our
ideal do we attain complete happi
ness, ami as our ideals constantly re--fdp.
so HanDiness in its conmlete
fulfillment forever escapes us. But c"mps!iK department of the Carolina ! a" Ml'
Reginald Krnold, of Bristol arrived
the latter fart of the week to visit
'Mrs. Arnold who is spending the sum
mer with Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
: Robert Hvitt.
dren Norma Jane, and Paul, o Hend
ersonvillo, spent last week etid with
Mr. and Mrs. Clavton Walker.
:nrs. waiter iiungan, Mr. an" ivl
Walter Rochow, who has been in the '1ufus Silp. Mr- a,Kl Ml'-"- RoberL Coin
K. II. Isenhuur spent last
the pursuit of Happiness is the sj- mountaineer, nas accepted a position
preme joy in life and the sign that with the Canton Enterprise.
our faith is still strong and our hopes
still young. Not dissatisfied, but
forever unsatisfied is the deathless cry
ter part of last week and will visit
her parents, Co.l and Mr4. S. A. Jones.
They came by motor frotn Fawnsdale,
Alabama. Judge Sniathfers is now in
Hot Springs, Ark., and will join his
funiily here later.
Miss Dorothy Kellum, who is at 'he
head of the Baptist Young people ..' j
work in the State with headquarters'
in Raleigh, attended the Haywood A: -M.ciation
.if the W. M. S. which nu
held at Ha'.'.rdwood. She mad" a spiel'-
Marie De Gafferally Commedienne With
Williams Stock Company Which Comes
to Wayncsville for Engagement:
week-end Jin Klizubethton, Teen. They ! did addicss on the work of the Sun
made theltrip by motor.
i Rev. and Mrs. M. F. M 06 res and fam-
ily, of Reidsville, are at the Lake for
n f,.,i, Aax.u M 1U .... :
of all human hearts. Edwin Osgood , , . .
I uesday greeting friends,
drover. , j-
, T i i T,,- . Dr. Mimms and family, of Sylvania,
(.leveiana unoerwooa. 01 ivinirsnori.. . . . - -,. . i, . , ..
' - ' Green Tree Inn for the past three lrs- V Koke, ot Merlic, have ar
Sclicit.ir and Mrs. Gilmer Leather
wuod with their young daughter, Do
rothy, of I Greenvile, S. C. are spend-!
jing a wefk here with relatives. They
a 1 riveci op r riuay.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Ferguson now
of Mr.Minnville, Tenn., arrived by mot
or Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Too-1
11 it" Davis and other friends. Mr. For- i
gusnn was one of the most popular i
1 veterans of the
friends in and
J. D. Boone was in Brevard Monday
James Lee, of Lincolnton, was a
week end visitor here.
William C'rymes, now of Charlotte,
was a weeK-ena visitor nere.
! weeks, have returned to their home.
Mrs. M. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Kuykendall, Mrs. J. H. Kuykendal
and Mrs. T. L. Miller spent Sunday
with friends in South Hominy.
Mrs. J. B. Penny, of Raleigh, Mr.
jand Mrs. J. M. Penny and small son, of
-i.,,.,,. p..,, ,.f MonViovill.. wn in ' Durham, are spending a week with
town several days last week.
rived for i visit of some length to their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Black at: Mr. A. !. Hartsfiold, who is occupy-
Sunnyside Orchard. I ;fc the Wyche house for the season
1 - 1 l ave had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. '
Misses Lota Leigh Draughn and c, .,.,, n... 1 r- 1..
l . - - '.i,i- .111" vn-uir ,11., 01
West Palm Beach, Mrs. Lamar Davis, :
f Albany. Ga.. Mrs. ,T. I.. Hartsfiold.
Leigh Draughn and
Blanche Rbrringer of Norwood, who
are attending the Sunday School Con
ference atj the lake, were guests of ,,f Meigs. (; ,,,)
Miss Ruth Wvche Saturday.
I Mrs. Bess Francis Penny.
Mrs. T. M. Chestnut. Misses Tom
my I ou an Johnnie May Chestnut, of
Regina Davis, of West
Miss Frank Dicus, of Almond, is the C"K ani' MrR- Minthorne Woolsey , Atlanta, ae guests of Mr. and Mr
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dicus. Arrlv im Miami and are occupying D.ivi(i Mill.r at thl,ir h()lno n I!olll)
.... 1 their resident1 on Woolsey Heights. ' ,ja.y stleetj
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Band and chil- They came up by motor. I " 1
dren spent last week end in Brevard.
Miss Lois Harrold has
from a six weeks' stay in Asheville.
Mr. M. L. Shipman, of Raleigh, was
Mrs. Way Williams, of Pacolet, S.
returned C., returned home Saturday after a
I week's visit with her daughter,
J. W. Kirkpatrick.
I Mr. Sidney Ryals has returned to
his home i Savannah after a two
. week stay here at the Satterthwaits.
! Mr. Ryals is a very enthusiastic Way
. nesville visiter.
Mrs. Sim Cochran, who has been the
guest of Miss Diana Black at Sunny
side Orchard for the nast week or so.
leigh for about a month or six weeks, has returned to her home in Charlotte. M,s- ' U " Row'es, left Saturday
Mrs. W. I). Akers, who has been the'
in town last Wednesday on business
Miss Grace Lee is at home from Ra
Mr. Frederick Bowles, of Miami,
I'la., after a hort visit to his mother.
Mr. Frank Van Dyke returned to his
home in Detroit Monday after stop
I ing for the past two weeks at Chest
nut Park I.odg.i. Mr. Van Dyke is :i
nephew of the late Dr. Henry Van
Rev. Dr. Roblix Harlan. ;-rofe ..-or
of Sociology, University of Richmond,
one of the lecturers at Lake .Tunahi-kn
Cunfcrcnri.es, will pleach at the
Southern .Methodist church at Clyde
Sunday morning, Aug. Und. at II
Mrs. Ed. Battle, of Wilmington, is in
town for a while as the guest of Mrs. guest of Prof, and Mrs. Robeson for
The Rotary (Tub held their regular
i the past month, returned on Monday luncheon at thJ Green Tree Tea Room
v to her home in Columbus, Ga. I on Friday. There were several visit -
Joe Davis, of Elizabethtown, Baden 1 ors present. About theirty membcis
County, is back in town afer an ex- Garland F. Robeson and his young attended the meeting,
tended absence. son, of Greensboro, are here for a'
3 week's stay, with his parents. Mrs1 Miss Hazel Ferguson has as a
Mr. and Mrs. Blanton Ashworth, of Koheson will probably come later. (guest for a fortnight Miss Maude
Memphis, were guests of Mrs. R. N. .,, Brown of Hillsboro. Miss Brown and
Barber last week. Miss Clara Kellar, of St. Peters- Miss Ferguson were classmate at
burg, Fla., and Winona Lake, Ind., is ouke University.
Mrs. Jennie Cabe Hamilton left on h(,re fol. thp summer stopping with'
Thursday for Cincinnati where she Mrs. Zack Massey on the Dellwood Rd. i Frank Ferguson, who has been in
went on business. , . training in Hampton Roads, is at the
'" The Misses Yarhorouirh, of Wil-. home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mrs. Dan McCarty and Miss Blanche niillon, !m, t,gain in Wnynesivlle for Ferguson, until about the first of Aug-
Smth have motored down to Columbia llu. sum,or nl0ths and are at the st
for the week end.-
Miss Annie Mae Sykes, of Punta
Gorda, Florida, is stopping for the Ben
son at J. L. Stringfields.
Little Miss Gladys Dicus is ill Deili-
oiesi, Georgia, .for sometime visiting
l.ar aunt Mrs. Vining.
Dr. and Mrs. K. K. Montgomer
have returiK.il from Miami where they
s.eiit the pa.-t week.
y,r. i.ml "Irs, John Hinilh, Mi1. Cur
:.; ;,n.l Miss Ruth Kuykendall motored
j Miss V
Miss Phoebe Baugh an, of Atlanta, Wiliiiim
who has been the guest of Miss Tate h,.re w;''
lor tne past v.eel;. returned to her
Rev. .1. ',('. C. N'cwton
tla. v.ill 111. nch at Long
Lake '.H..J..4-S Si.n.l.v
y-. . w.; ?,. Ki-Liw!.
' Kirkpi'trirl; have '
1 i'h re!:it
k'-r and Miss Robimon of
are speiiding some ;imc
:iss Vcrnic Philips. The-"
with Mrs. John '('. wnian
'-borne spenl Tuesilay on
Among the new girls expected at the
Magic's Nest Camp for Girls for the
month of August arc Misses Nina
anil Alice Armstrong, Gwendolyn Hell,
Florence Lamar, Martha Mallory,
Charlotte Woodward, lliberna Scay,
ot Selma, Ala., Hiss Eliza Lee Mii
ler, of Albany, Ala., Miss Adalene
Austin of Birmingham, Ala., and Miss
ranees Dalton, of Water Valley, Miss.
.Miss Dalton is joining her sister. Miss
I Jessie Dalton, who has been at Eagles
.Nest Camp all summer.
KM'KRTAINS FOR G I F.ST.
Airs. C. S. Padgett entertained in-
I'oi in-illy last week with three table :
of bridge in compliment to her al -
t rai l ive niece Mi-s Ai'.-en ;;...:-.n. of
Maryville, Tenn., who ha-
The Williams Stoek Conipam will
come to this city Monday lor an en
gugement and will ein' their I 'ai
ous $1(111(1(1 lent.
a slice.. . .fol .. '. . ' ' . .
of the leading newspape, . ..' i.i ; .
had the following to say in a icceet
"During the week pa-t local theatre
goers have cnioyod a treat in the w.:y
of theatrical fare, which hid., lair !
continue indefinitely. The William
Stoek Company appearing night l .11
their beautiful canvas iheatre. ha'...
during the past week olVeie.l p!
real merit with a ( a.-.t of a,' 1 1''
the calibre not coninrin witli en. -1
orgai:i::-:ti. ns. On- h i 'til i . . I
one's e t'S and Broa,!w;.' cenis iik
so far away.
"F 'at ured with the : . .nr..an a 1
Mi-s Marie De G:it. ', l! a". I Mis;
Mae I'.lossoni Willi nm. Mi - De
Gall'i"ally has a marvelous . -. a .-:
methoil- of es'oking cyclone of i 0.1.!
ter that after the fir. I 1 1 1 ill .
comeJy values anil is : - ihuroiighl;.
at lionie with her ultra -ui-e". '"id. .nr
just rests and lallgl. .'.I'd e' :
tint .'..li"- of I ;.:( : ;l , 1 ' ,i
riniif. with the kiiiwlclc
situation in the li..!i.i o!' o
era 1 1 man.
-Mi . Ma. I'!.- .. .1 .". it.. .' ..
i i:0 . II..' r.
"A visit back stat:'i' disclose I 1 ae
fact that her hair is really lie o-.ii
and not a wig as ihuugiit, h'- 1 ; -..f
its perfection nf t-1 I . r ami ih.
ing. True to her in inc. Mae Ih : -Mini
she made u- think cf just that,
spring and May bin-sums as she rai--ed
her deep blue eyes f coin Iwr mirro
to smile a welcome ;ni'l proceed to
tell us of herself, but f 1 ,v."i.
dcrful sister. We liked her ..:.!
ence to her 10 star. Miss )e Ga'ii .
so didn't interrupt ho.. She
ted on pleasantly in aa .: 1.
moillllated voice lliri we 1
this youthful pnrniren 'h'- !: 1
serious to be wasted; tint -h ! -v--children
and hoi--.'-. ;-!' ..1 : '
think of bohing her Ic-it, i,r. In- a. I
mires it on some girl . Slit" .-.sde i
a1 the idios.-ncrasirs nf ;ho iu-. . - n
tlapper and sa - !:.- nevi r l,.nl 1 10
to In- a flapper a-- -dn- went i'i:.- :l
f 1 oi;i l cho.d 10 in : ''.' 1 ..1:1 .
and -iin e - In- '-dv-. Ii." n 0
.-erionsly sir- ha.! " 1 ; ' 1" i ' " - i'
( 'a r : u -it .. r-rov .1 1 - 1. . 1 . -n : . 1..! -i
eiv per f o ourii r.n l i 1 1 Ir.-'i:;- :
(hi- Willi. ... 1- ...-I, '..! .
a-- -ir .-.i .0' .1 ! cm .01 . ;
able r. 11 iil.v 11 .
be, ,., e the h,o-, is ,-J.
an t irlll- !'. ! -'e--: I'I- oil
eonim-ui'da. e. A i . -1 ,
I ot.! to .
t reil 'of S;it!i'l ;:n
spi'iid'iiig lite .-'.mink
: i'l'jt'er.e Alley and childreif, of
a 'o ill town for a brief stay
Ms. : ml Mr '. Felix Alley.
1 I' tl-.T. cf .'.!.: listowit. ha '
Mrs. i'.-ker who is visiting her
. ., Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Abid.
;. Annie Moure Welch, was at
for the week -ivl I-mi Asheville
she is atteiidiiit; snnii.ier school.
'.:.-!:; of Mr, and M
the first of (ho week.
and Mi-p. II
imld.vn. of Cant-
-i'h ?'!. and
w 1 s. i . i-.. H.rev n: votiiti.'
i f toilay for their heni" in Mt. 'ern
ci. . ., alter an lemte i stay Ik
v.-th her aunt. Mrs. James 1!. Thoir.n
M (': acken
heme on Kdgehill Avenue, A- livillc
.is Grace i b-eiler-on, of Hickory,'
v.-s the guest of her sister, Mrs. Tr-.
nest 1U man for a few days las' week.'
Cdwin I' r.t-uson, who is ;da
t Curtiitiru, Va.,. is spendin;;'
s vacrilion at his home here.
; Irstlii-'- Moody is v
Miss Mat lie M-.ody
Claggett Taylur motored up from
Sebring, Florida, arriving here yesterday.
Mr. Chailes Ransomo of Memphis.,) M'-. Bar. on r-penl the
was the guest 01 tnew'tmnos lasi
week at their summer lodge. ,
Mrs. Will Millerschoep ntel (laugh
ters spent last week in Iendersonville
with relatives. i
Henry- McFadyen, assistant assis
tant manager of Battery Park Hotel,
is at home for a few dayi
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Mur-phy, of Co
loii.-e gue.-t lor the pa -I wei'h.
Mi- s Vireini i Weh It hold ,.(
uiiper t ig'e -a. . 1 .... i, I -i: 1 , ,,,,
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IVK"! tf f; ;.,.(1 two eh Iron of I ),-i rinigl " '. S. '"- ' ': ' ' h '' 1 : ; ' 1 "' ' - '' 1 :' " -'
l.-ft to-day ' their I: They baco 11 :" ' ' -f-'" " "" "
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,,;."er,of Can- ::. '',J:'! '". i'M' !!,! . ";A ' The- o.'-!. -p.t '-,'r'(. ('aihi . Mi - , , ','
the llav- ' ' :l""'-::':" Vl" -''"'I-; .; . ch,.hr Tio-lo-f'dl. -y Ann , ti r'- ,-'..-
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ng 111 Haz-i- . t l.f 1'.--r!-1 Unviland. ( has )-. a. - J .
v-!: M',n,,--v- -..'M. wit..,.--.I,. Th.-i.h i& 4- ;
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, , Dr ::a Mrs. A 11 b.vv a- tin ir ' ' ' t" V J J ' t ' ' - 4
yt.,t,-,: .'ahtc-. A.!.-!-!-'- .,! Fir,-.- . j , oiOTft $0 tLh t ' v " 1
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he i.:: -,n - .'.-.n. -n . ..... tnjruvs "aix-'e rmm. i
I (Troin a Urewlng by N. C. Wyelli In Bcrlbner' Magaln. I
le . . aivl !"i -. A. V.'J
' a e in i 1 ledanee
voi.d Association meoti
M!f- Ailecn Rocra'i leave.
Iter home in Maryville. Miss
v.'u has i.c-ii the guest, of Mr-.
S. Padp-ett for the pa: t we, !,.
Dt.y'd (t;.lf." vhtt Mi; ut i-.s'
I.'.- in Florida, was in toy.i l ist v .
1 Mr. ami1 Mrs. C. II. Stitbe.--. M'o
t 'lintr h
of Asile- ' "ceucying " the 'McDowell hoase which
I '.h.-y i .-.- nth l-oueh.
Mrs. Wilson Barron, of Columbia. ' !'.' )'' fui
al the Adier Home for abont ten (biys. and "pict to
Mrs. Barron was Miss Marguerite S--.; ember.
P' iggs. a niece of Mt s. Woodward.
eck '.-id here. -'"'' ' Lnssitev cam" (I )'
M-'tit hington last wet k for an
WalU'r L. Taylor Jr., nrrived Mon- '':' in Canton with her ,j
(i-iy from Baltimore for n brief visit Mr". A. V. Joyner. Rayburn
vitb Mrs. Taylor. He is in Brevard who hits been in Washington fo
for n few days on business, hut will nl weeks returned with his grai
I rob a bly lip turn here tomorrow. cr.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Dav, of New
' oik, .mnouned the arrival of Frank -
'Ii., 1.. T.. Kt'...l 1 T..1.. 1
Miss Rachel Wilkinson, of Belhaven,: Real estate continues nctive. H. ' - .. .'
left Tuesday after a week's stay in G. Stone, the Real Estate Man, has ,M-V ,s I'ltyisaniiy hnon nere n
town as theeuest of Prof, and Mrs. ! recently sold a lot on Main street be-,?iiF;s Mabel BoVd, a niece of Dr. and
W. C. Allen.'. Miss Wilkinson, who longing to Mrs. J. U. Boyd to J. B. t Mrs. Allen
was graduate from Meredith College Briggs of Lake Wals, Fla. He sold
Itimbin, who have been gutsts at Ihein June went' from here to Louis- the Montgomery apaftmcnt house on
Adger House for the pasB week, re-, burg to join a houseparty given by Daisy avenue to Mesrs. Hatch and .
turned to their home Sunday. Mr. and t one of her clasimates. The guests of Seward of Punta Go'da, Fin . and ,
Mrs. Murphy motored over from the Louisburg party will go to Befhav- some lots on Johnson Hill to H. Paul j
Knoxville where they have been visit- en where they viill be entertained by Briggs of Miami. Mr. Hatch also ,
ing friends. Miss Wilkinson. v- bought 10 acres from Charles Liner. om BITICIDt" CO.. Commerce, Om
KILLtO IN 9ft
pon bo on
Kver eat be.in ("Mexlenn si ranlierrles") dished up from a chuck wagonT j
Ever sleep out with a saddle for n pillow? It's a great life If you like It.
sny the cowboys.
Thousands of Amerlcnns, who want to Bee Iiovt renl western cowhands
lire mill play, arelplannlng to attend the Chicago Roundup and World's Cham
pionship Rodeo beginning August 15. Cowboys from every part of the West
will be on hand jfor this great western spectacle, which will be held under
the auspices of the Chicago Association of Commerce. For nine days Chicago's
big Grunt Park -itniliuin will look like a scene from the "Covered Wagon
days" as tl sc ires of expert bronk riders, lariat throwers and steer
wrestlers show tl elr stuff while competing for $.10,000 prize money and world
championship till s. Tex Austin, who has staged so many successful contests,
Including the grint International contest at Wembley, England, will direct
the Chicago event-