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Thursday, Oct. 22, 193
^ Mrs. I I. Bueck, Phone
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When sun'-iiu-r'a de-ign was comi'ieic;
Kemt:a: of re en ??n the el v.
Fragments of rose-bloom and lu-at.
Between frost and the have.-" last
Earth takes them up once more
And fingers them, briefly r- .aiu g
A gown that -he lately wore."
?Anita Laurie Gushing.
Coming as a surprise to their many
friends was the marriage of Mi-s
Jaunita Hill to Mr. Zack Carringer
of KttoxvilL. Tenn., and Miss Geneva
Hill to Mr. Mart Hamby of Florida
and Turtletown, Tenn., on Friday,
September 25, at Blairsviile,
C?a., Mr. Lance officiating. The
Misses Hills are the attractive twin
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Hill, of Postell, X. C. They graduated
from Murphy High School in
P.LJ2 and later attended Asheville
Normal. Mr. Carringer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. \V. Carringer of Brass
town, N. C., is connected with Commercial
Bank ?Jc Trust Co., Knox- j
v 111. Tenn. Mr. Hamby is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hamby of Fort
Lauderdale, Fla. He is now connected
with the business firm of Mr. Ed
Brown near Posted, N. C. Mr. anil
Mrs. Carringer will make their home
in Knoxvilie and Mr. and Mrs. Hamby
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Honored On Birthday
A number of friends of Mrs.
Theltna Diekev surprised her on her
birthday last Saturday evening with
41 dinner party at the Dickey House*
The table was centered with a birthday
cake bearing a questionable
nun. n*r ?.f < undies. Mrs. Dickey's
place was marked with a number of
attractive gifts. Friends wishi.ig the
honoree many more happy birthdays
were: Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Wright,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred 0!.rL-t?>phor. Mrs.
Eva Griffiths, Mrs. Carolyn Clark,
Mrs. Carl Dobbs, Miss Grace West,
Mr. H. M. Mucker and Mr. Charles
Mrs. Bueck Honors
Honoring her guests MDs Evelyn J
Branham and Miss Eleanor Garrett j
of Raleigh, Mrs. H. Bueck entertained
a few friends at dinner Sunday
The table appointments were in
yellow and green with ptaceca nls
carrying out a suggestion of the
harvest season. Yellow chrysanthemums
in a green crystal bowl fo med
the centerpiece and green tapers
burned at each end of the tabic.
Covers were laid for: Mi ses
Branham and Garrett, Miss Hath- |
cock, miss Overtoil and Miss Speight,
H. Bucck, L. A. Lee, O. W. Deaton,1
C. B. Chambers, and Hack Wilson
Junior Music Study
The Grammar school pupils of Mrs.
J. W. Davidson met in the studio
and elected the following officers of
the music club.
Vice-president? Maurine Lovingood.
Secretary?Mary Porter Fain.
Chairman Program Committee?
Chrm. Social Committee?Carolyn
Chrm. Entertainment committee?
Anna Ruth Carringer.
Leader of Blue Group?Willa Mae
Leader of Red Group?Jean Dyer.
The subject for study this year
will be "musicianship". The first
subject is "Correct Stage Deportment."
Mrs. J. W. Davidson is counselor
for this club, which is composed of
grammar school pupils. The High
school music club will be organized
one evening next week.
Martine Moore, Reporter.
Miss Evelyn Branham and Muss
Eleanor Garrett of Raleigh spent a
few days here this week with Miss
Branhara's sister, Mrs. H. Bueck.
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| Raleigh Visitor
Mi>s I M ia Hatchock entertained
a large number of friends with
: on: a; th? Rivers: J * Hotel in
on Monday evening from j
s :u0. The affair v.as given to
! : Kvelyn G. Bran ham j
of Raleigh who visited her sister,!
'Mrs. H. ii\.' k. this week.
Large asket - of fiame and white'
dahlias were used in the lobby and !
dining room where the dancing was
I en;";. -d. I'ance cards carried out
I the rose and green color scheme and
! were attractively printed.
During intermission punch was
I served. The guest list included
Misses .Sara Ruth Posey, Mary Weaver.
Frances Dixon, Martha Nell
Wells Louise Axley. Mildred Akin,
Martha May field, Kathleen Axley,
Grace Harriett, l.euna Tatham, Ann
Townson, Wood fin Posey, Bruce
Speight, Laura Overton, Margaret
Withcrspoon. Kvelyn Branham and
Kleanor Garrett of Raleigh.
Messrs O. W. Deaton, C. H. Chamber-.
L. A. Lee, James Osborne, Hill
Cover, Alden Coward, Donald Hulsey.
Sam Carr, Hadley Williamson,
John Davidson, Duel Adams, B. C.
Moneymaker, Frank Ferguson, Elvin
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uiiu-u, uu.nci naya-.ss, cnaries |
Hyatt. Charles Dickey, and Leland
Mr. and Mi>. If. Huejk, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Darnell, Mr. and Mr-. Tom
Mauney. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mattox,
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Bishop, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Wooten, Mr. and Mi's,
Prior to the dame, Miss Hathvock
had as her dinner guests at the
Riverside Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Btieck, Miss Laura Overton, Miss
Evelyn Branhani, Miss Eleanor Garrett.
Mr. O. \V. Deaton, Mr. C. H.
Chambers, Mr. James Osborne, ami
Mr. L. A. Lee. Rose and green
were used as the color scheme for
the table decorations. Places wen
marked by printed rose colored cards
The central decoration was a silver
basket of flame colored dahlias with
given tapers in silver holders. Dinner
was served in three courses.
Sharing honors for the evening
with Miss Branham was Miss Eleanor
Garrett of Raleigh.
Little Nettie Dickey
Nettie Dickey celebrated her eighth
birthday with a dinner at the Dickey
House followed by a theatre party
on Monday evening. During the dinner
the little girls enjoyed cutting
I a beautiful birthday cake. The honI
oree received attractive gifts from
( ..v. swwoi.o, wiiu wcif; .id .jo moouy,
Doris Mclver, Elizabeth Ann Elkins,
Jane Sneed, and Sara Frances Cooper
of Decatur. Miss Billie Jackson,
and Miss Sara Witherspoon accompanied
the girls to the theatre to
see Shirley Temple in "Poor Little
The meeting of the Presbyterian
Woman's Auxiliary was held Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with
Mrs. R. S. Parker as hostess.
The meeting was presided over by
the president, Mrs. J. N. Hill. After
the business session, Mrs. John H.
Dillard conducted the lesson on
Foreign Missions, the subject being
"Where Christ Has Led in Lands
Afar." Mrs. C. W. Savage had
charge of the Worship Period. Mrs.
u;n 1 ?j - '
ixin it-u a session 01 intercessory
prayer for the mission season.
Following the program, the hostess
served a delicious salad course
Character Builder's Class
To Have Party
The Character Builders* Class of
the Methodist church is having a
party on Friday evening, October 23,
at 7:30 o'clock in the church. All
ladies who arc, or have been members
of this class are cordially invited
to come and bring their husbands.
Mrs. Lillian Lahn spent the weekend
with her daughter, Muriel, a stu1
dent at Greensboro College. Doroj
thy accompanied her.
Mr. Lakes Martin and Miss Eliza;
beth Anne Ratcliffe of Knoxville
1 spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Martin.
;ee Scout, Murphy, Norll
lattie Palmer, Phone 20 Ij
Vv Oman's Club Met
The regular mcnthly meeting ol
the Woman's Club wa> helti on Wednesday
afternoon in the dub room,
Mi-. Bueck called the meeting tc
cider with the gavel won at the distuct
meeting in Sylva on October i
given for the best percentage of attendance
at the meeting. After the
singing of the club hymn and reading
of the collect Mrs. Vestal read
the minut > of the last meeting.
Several items of bit i.ne-s were disposed
of after which a list of the
books bought by the club to be rotated
among the members was read
and the method of distribution explained.
Those books purchased are:
"Gone With The Wind", "Anthony
Adverse' "How Do You Like New
York." "White Banner-," "The Exile,"
"The Puritan," "Green Pastures,"
"Splendor of Eagles," "The
Doctor," "Murder in the Bookshop."
"Life With Father," It Can't Happen
Here." After the club members have
had an opportunity to lead all of the
books they will be donated to the
Library. Miss Latham invited members
to a recital to be given by her
pupifo in Dramatic Art at an early
Date. Mrs. T. A. Case gave a report
of the District Meeting held in
Sylva after which Miss Miriam Stiliwell
gave the current event topics
for the afternoon. Miss Fannie Myra
Hathcock program leader for the
afternoon introduced the program
topic "Current Problems of the
Day" with a few remarks after which
she presented Air. J. B. Gray who explained
the proposed changes in the
Constitution which will be voted upon
at the November election, urging
every club woman to study the problem
in view of makini? n wixo d<>fi?
ion when she casts her vote on this
important matter. After Mr. Gray's
talk Miss Martha Nell Wells accompanied
by Mrs. Davidson sang, "The
Hostesses serving tempting refreshments
from a beautiful tea table
were: Mrs. Tom Axley, Mrs. W. M.
Axley, Mrs. M. W. Bell, Mrs. L. E.
Bayle. s, Mrs. J. D. Blagg, Mrs. Paul
llyatt anil Mrs. Steele Foard.
Mr. W. Christopher
Mr. \V. Christpoher who was carried
to Georgia Baptist Hospital in
Atlanta Tuesday for examination
stood the trip well and was resting
nicely when the paper went to press.
Dr. B. W. Whitfield and Mr. E. O.
Christpoher accompanied him.
Mrs. Mattox Hostess To
Circle No. 2
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist
Missionary met at the home of Mrs,
R. C. Mattox on Tuesday evening
Mrs. R. V. Wells led the devotional
and the study was i.i charge of Mis
W. D. Townson and Mrs. W. A. Bar
A social hour followed the busi
ness and refreshments were enjoyec
by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barber, Mrs
W. D. Townson, Mrs. R. V. Wells
Mrs. Nettie Axley, Mrs. J. H. Mc
Call, Mrs. H. G. Elkins, Mrs. G. M
Fleming, and Mrs. Virginia Mazel
Mrs. Barber Hostess
To Circle No. 3
Circle number 3 of the M. E
Church met at the home of Mrs. W
A. Barber on Monday night. Mrs
Norvell presided in the place of th<
chairman, Mrs. Ellis who was absent
Mrs. O. E. Madden was in charge o:
the devotional using as a topic "Hov
to Build Christian Character".
After the business session the hos
tess served a sweet course.
Those members present were: Mrs
E. B. Norvell, Mre. O. E. Madden
Mrs. W. P. Odom, Mrs. W. A. Sav
age, Mrs. Jce Smith, Mrs. W. A
Barber, Miss Ada Harshaw and Mia;
Spending the day in Murphy Sa
turday were Mrs. Kate Pass, Mis;
Virginia McClure, and Miss Keler
Woodey all of Hayesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper anc
daughter, Sara Francis of Decatur
Georgia, were visitors in Murphj
Mrs. S. V. Evans, of Ranger wa<
a business visitor in town Tuesday
Mrs. Walter Mauney, Mrs. Edna
Hastings and Mrs. Beau Brumbj
spent Tuesday in Atlanta.
Circle No. 4 Met With
; Mrs. SneedOn Tuesday
> Members of Circle number four of
" the Methodist# chui ih t at the
I home of Mi - Jasper Sr.eed in East
: Murj'hy Tuesday after*.oon for the
* purpose of re^Bfjrar.izny. Mis. Ma*
La ret Bel! led the devotional for the
afternoon alter which the foiiowm;;
officers we;e elected: Mrs. Luthei
Gentry President. Mrs. Margaret
lieII, Societal \. and Mrs. R. B. Ferguson
Treasurer. Grape juice an<i
caks were serve i to Mis. E. B. Xor'
veil, Mrs. Press Gentry. Mrs. Margaret
Bell, Mrs. Luther Gentry. Mrs.
Margaret Bell, Mrs. R. B. Ferguson
and Miss Bertha Mayfield.
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.
Dunn Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Motes
and Mr. George Atkins, Paul Owenby,
and Eivin Everette motored to
Mr. J. C. Amnions of Reidsville
spent the week-end at the Dickey
House. On Sunday he filled the pulpit
at the Baptist church.
Miss Marie Ward, Miss Bettie
Hulsey, Miss Paul Parker, Mr. Jimmie
Sinciola of Gainesville, Ga.,
were the Sunday guests of Dr. and
Mrs. E. L. llolt.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Gennett are
visiting in Tellico Plains.
M.. .....i ai... c r r..*
iui. .*i i di 1j> tjoniiMni ami
twin daughters Hattie and Helen
have arrived from Knoxville and are
living at the McCall House. MrJ
Johnson is plumbing foreman for the
Mrs. J. H. McCall, Mrs. Jenny
Howell, Miss Parry Vaughn and Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Odom spent Sunday
in Young Harris.
Mr. Burke Gray medical student
at the University was recently elected
vice-president ot the Medical Fraternity
of that institution.
Miss Hattie Paimer spent the
week-end in Asheville.
Mrs. H. CI. Elkins, Mrs. Edna Hastings
and Elizabeth Ann Elkins motored
to Knoxville Friday.
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* COMING EVENTS * I
Thursday night. October 22. at aj
7:30?Young Mens Bible Class of the B
Bapti t church will hove a party K H
home of Mrs. E. C. Mallonee. B
Saturday afternoon, October 21 EH
at 2:30?Miss Emily Sword, Miss ^
ed Johnson will I
party at the Woman's club room. p
Saturday night. October 31?,)im. gj
my Cincioia wtll play for a dance at f
the Gym. H
Friday afternoon, October 21, at [
2:30. The Good Will cluh meets at e
the home of Mrs. Hayner Rogers, I
with Mrs. Homer Ricks as joint I
hostess. All members are urged to E
be present ami bring their quilt f
Thursday, October 2.1 at 9:00 I
Methodist zone meeting of the Wo- t
man's Missionary Society will meet &
at the Methodist church. |s
Mr. J. B. Gray was in Hayesrille &
Tuesday on business. S
Mr. Wade Massey returned Wed- 8
nesday from LaFoiiette, Tenn. where I
he has been working. I
Mr. E. 1). Birchard, of Asheville S
District Engineer of the T. V. A.
spent a few days here last week on J
Mr. F. E. Bay and H. M. Curtis, I
who are with the Geological Survey, I
arrived from Asheville this week to
spend a few days. They arc at the
Miss Woodfin Posey spent the
' week-end with her mother in AshoI
! Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lee and Mrs.
| George Candler were visitors in Atj
lanta last Thursday.
Miss Juanita McDougald of the
I State Dennrtmenf nf PAiw<?twi? :?
| Kaleigh was the supper guest of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Bueck last Thursday.
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