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Ruby McCombs Winchester, Society Editor, Phone 49-J
Oi Ail County Schools
Plan Aids 1 o Defense
r.l Beryl Will. WPA county su
pervisor of G. C. L. projects, held a
meeting of luncheon managers ot
Oieroki'i' county at her office in the
county courthouse lie re Saturday.
Duties and responsibilities of mana
tie' s und the new work book now be
ing distributed to all WPA lunch -
100m workers were discussed.
Mr. Franklin ,ol tile local Farm
security office, told of the part the
f;. : in security agency can pay in Vic
tory gardens und how farm securit"
. ,i:i aid WPA people ui getting seeii
and otlier help in making Victory
Mrs. Wilt is urging every woman
i n WPA to have her own garden this
summer as her share in national de
Mrs. Witt and Mrs. Ola Williams,
ol the Cherokee county health de
payment. late: Attended a meeting
along the same line, of gardening
for lunch rooms for another year. at.
During the month of January, ap
proximately 26,000 lunches have been
served. Two new lunch rooms have
been opened, one at Grape Creek, the
other at Wolf Creek.
. Jack Henley, of Bryson City, was
visiting in town Saturday night.
Mr. Clifford Lupton will return
Sunday after having spent two weeks
ir. VirKinia on business
Mrs. Jack Lovingood and daughter,
returned home Sunday after a two
weeks visit with Dr. S. C. Heighway.
Miss Kathaleen Roberts left Sun
,Iq? 7 fov 0?-?ror??* r>itw X~~~
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been transferred witli the TVA.
Miss Marion Clark was visitng in
Atlanta over the week end.
Miss Alice Grant spent Saturday
in Ashcville, shopping.
Miss Robbie Williamson, ol Kan
iiu polls, spent last week end here
with her sister, Miss Marinell Wil
Tommie Slayton and little Walter
Mauney arc confined to their home
Mr. Hume Bowles .of Bryson City,
visited his family here one day last j
Mrs. A. N. Hinton and daughter,
Willie, Mrs. Louise Schuyler, Jack
Christopher were shopping in Atlan
Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Swaim received
word this week that their son, Harry,
electric welder in Newport News, Va?
recently suffered a crushed thumb
and index finger on his left hand.
Spotlessly clean ! per
fectly finished. That's
the way you want your
garments cleaned, and
that's the way you get
them from ?
We Take Orders
? for ?
The Sylva Laundry
Violet De Long Feted
At Going Away Party
Htti'oUl Hall and Muriel Newton i
entertained Friday night at Uie New- ?.
'ou home, in honor of Violet DeLong,
who is leaving for Bryson City.
Many tamts were played and the
lionoree was presented witli gifts.
Sandwiches ar.d soft drink": were
?sirved to the following:
Mildred Clouse, Betty Burch. Char- 1
lene and Wanda Bowles. Charles
Gum H'.ll Mathews, Paul Padgett.
Howurd Holley. Violet DeLong How
: H.ill and Muriel Newton.
i c achers of County
Hear Talk on "Crafts
A talk by Ml-*-. Liouise Pittman. of
tile Folk School, on Crafts", leatur
id . meeting of the Murphy unit of
lie North IMrohna Kducanon Asso
ciation on Tuesday Members of the
County unit aLs:> attended the meet
nig. which was held in the Home
Economics building, on the Murphy ;
The lecture followed a business ,
.session. Miss Pittman brought with j
l-.er. for display, a collection of wood '
I carvings and weaving done at the
I Folk School.
| Mrs. Virginia Hyde and her food'
' clas.s served supper to the group. A
; patriotic motif was carried out in the ,
Miss Mildred Clouse is confined to .
I her home with mumixs
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Franklin and |
Mrs. Hume Bowles spent Friday in !
Miss Mildred Gentry, a student of I
Aslieville Normal, Aslieville, N. C., is !
visiting her pjients. Mr. and Mrs. i
: Fi=oa Gtuiiy.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Ross, of Or- j
hi lido. Fla.. were visiting with Miss j
j Adelle Meroney one day last week. |
Rev Grant Folmsbee spent last !
? week end at Episcopal Student Cen- j
! ter. Tyson Memorial House. Knox- j
' ville. Tenn., assisting at both Sun
day services at St. John's Episcopal
Claude Talley returned last week
end from a two weeks visit with his
parents, near Dandridge. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Ivie and
daughter left Wednesday for a vaca
tion in Florida.
Neil Sneed left last week end for
Bryson City, where he has been
transferred with the TVA.
W. D. Townson. Jr., left last week
end for Bryson City, where he has
been transferred with the TVA.
Miss Sara Sword ,of Bryson City,
spent last week, end here.
Mrs. W. T. Cooper was a visitor at
Hiawassee Dam Sunday.
V. I. Butt, of Blairsvllle. Ga, was
visiting in town Saturday.
Jack Barnett, of Newport, Tenn.,
spent the week end with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Barnett.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Hall, of Ashe
ville. was the week end guest of her
,.unt. Mrs. Mayda Mallonee.
Miss Elsie Ferry spent last week [
end at her home in Brevard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Peak left
Monday for Bristol. Va
Mrs. Maybell Campbell was visit
ing in Brevard last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mallonee are
moving to Copperhiil. Tenu.. this,
week end. Mr. Mallonee is employed j
?at Ocoee. %
Mr. Hilliard Rogers, of Copperhiil,
Tenn., was a week end guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Marshal Ramsey.
Miss Valerie Caldwell spent Wed
nesday in Chattanooga, ! homing.
Mrs. G. D. Ray .of Augusta, Oa?
spent last week end with her mother,
Mrs. L. W. Brlttian.
Mr. George Phillips spent Wednes
day in Knoxville on bus-ness.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dyer, of Newton.
I N. C.. will spend this week end with
Mr. Dyer's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
j. w. Dyer.
DETOUR AT STtVA
A three mile detour hfcs been es
; tablished between Cullowhee and
| Svlva. where approaches and a bridge
; over Tuckaselgee River are under
i construction. The detour Is over a
AX THE AXIS
junior Woman s Club
Makes Room Beautiful
l~or Bent lit Bridge
Hie Junior Woman's Club i'UWt
uin.ti Saturday evening wit.ii a Ben
.11, Bridge in the club room at the
The Valentine motil was arilstic
ally earned out in tallies, score pads
decorations and rel reslunenta.
Streamers, of hearts held the cur
tain:. tose'.h'-r in each window and
( ii the main door was a huge double
heart. On oni table st<x>d a doll,
aressed in red. wearing a heart
Heart, star and triangle shaped
sandwiches, chicken salad, cookies
and punch were served by Misses
L. .uline and Wanda Bowles. Both
*01 1 rsd heart aprons, fringed with
white > utiles.
1 n hi ly donated by va
rious business conct ins and uidivid
u.-.l :iven at each '.able to the
.'.oliier oi high score. The remainder
ol the prizes were bid off by Miss
liUiuaTu MllCSCy .
Approximately thlry--five persons
Proceeds will b< used toward buy
ing a new chair for Miss Mildred
Circle No. 1 of the Methodist
Church will meet at the home of Mrs.
H. E. Dickey. Monday evening. Feb.
2? at 7:30. with Mrs. T. J. Maunev
as joint hostess. Mrs. Henry Axley,
picgr^in Issdsr. For the next twelve
months the Circle is to study famous
rtvi.ins. The ones for this month will
be 'Star Spangle Banner "; "Amer
ra"; and America the Beautiful".
Coming Feb. 27th. tt:00 P. M.
Murphy time. Kegular meeting
Muiphy Chapter No 10, O. E S. All
mtmbers are urged to attend.
The Junior Woman's Club will
meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 in
the club room at the Library.
Circle No. 2 of the Woman s So
ciety of Christian Services will meet
Monday evening at 7:30 at the home
of Mrs. H. G. Elkins.
Circle No. 1, of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the First Baptist
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
B. B. Cornwell Tuesday afternoon at
Circle No. 2 of the First Baptist
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
Lloyd Hendrix next Tuesday at 2:30
Ladies at Grandview
Have "Pot Luck" Meal;
Pledge Aid 1 o Defense
The ladies of Grandview commu
nity met at the White Church School
lunchroom on Saturday, St, Valen
tine's day. and enjoyed a pot luck
meal together. And it so happened
that the meal was not only plenti
ful. but well balanced.
Brief talks were made by Mrs.
Beryl Witt. County Lunchroom Su
pervisor, and Mrs. Ola Williams,
County Nurse. Both told of the need
of growing vegetables to be used in
the lunchroom next year, and espe
cially urged the planting of Victory
the ladies showed their interest by
jnvitinng Mrs. Alene King, the Home
Demonstration agent, to re-organize
a club in which every member will
pledge themselves to fullest possible
support of all defense work.
"Bud" Alverson Leases
Hotel In Bryson City
"Bud" Alverson, who owns "The
Smokehouse", only strictly stag cafe
in this section has branched out and
taken over the 22 room En tell a Ho
tel, In Brsr.on City. The place has
been renovated, repainted and fur
nished. and Is being operated by
Frank Alverson, Bud's brother, re
cently of Birmingham. Ala.
The hotel caters chiefly to For.
tana Dam workers, giving them room
and board. It has been full ever
since completion of remodeling, and
"Bud" says there li a waiting list.
Meets In Justice Home
Tin regula. unviing of the Mar -
yhy Presbyter iaii Woman's Auxiliary1
was held Tuesday afternoon. witti I
Mr.- Frank Justice at her home on ,
V alley Hiver Avenue.
Mr.;. J H. Wilson, president, pre- |
?-idcd and read '.In- chapter on Brazil !
1 i urn Uxe foreign mission study
Look. "Foundations ot World Order.
Mrs. Wilson also read a letter from
Mrs. Li B. Nivuold, of Andrews, chair- j
man of District No. 3, calling atten- J
lion to tiie Week of Retreat, and ask
ing that all who can attend the Bible .
study, which will be conducted by \
Mrs. Dorsey on Monday, Feb. 23, at
1 the church house ot the First Pres
byterian church in Ashe ville . .
Shi? also urged members to attend I
the annual Presbyterian meeting to
no h' id next month in Swannahoa. (
Birthday Party Given
Miss Louise Lnsley
Mi.v> LuULst* Ennley was honored
with a birthday party at her homo
; last Thursday night. The date also
j being the birthday of Abraliam Lin
j coin, a patriotic scheme was followed
! in the decorations.
The honoree received many beau
i tiful and useful gifts. Guests at the !
! party were: Lillian Brown. Homer
i Hurst. Ren a Chastaln, Elvin Ledford,
I Lottie Salerfield, Weldon Helton. .
Carl Ledford, Olenn Helton. Louise ,
I Simonds. Tobey Chancey, Edwin ens- j
! iey. Lorene Simonds. Cargus Brooks, I
"erbice Henry. Fred Brooks.
Pearl Ensley. Winston Hawkins,
} Myrtle Brooks, Alvin Simonds. Lew
! is Simonds. George Brown. Jlmmie
I Espy. Mrs. Florence Ensley, Louise
j Ensley and Howard Helton.
jRev. Folmsbee Attends
J Asheville Convocation
The Rev. Folmsbee has recently
attended Convocation In Asheville.
the Association of Episcopal churches
in this area. He assisted in the even
ing services at St. Andrews in Can
ton. N. C? and while In the latter
city was the gueset of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Mallonee left last week for t
Paris. Tenn.. where he has beeu i
transferred with the TVA.
J Nell Garner spent last week end in
iVIiss Leah L. Johnston
i eacher hi Hayesville
Wedded At I liwassee
Mr;. Carrie Joiuiston of Hayesville.
ha., announced the murnugc of her
daughter, Miss Leah Lenore John
ston. to Willum Floyd Wender. son of
Mis L M Pender of Sparta, in a
ceremony January 23 al Hiawassee.
Ga. Dr. Green, founder oX the Bap
tist school at Hiawassee. officiated
Ai ler a weuuuijt lii** M r R-nder
returned to his home in Canton. Mr*
Fender, who is a member of the
Hayesville school faculty .will lemain
in Hayesville until the end of school
term in April.
Civic Groups Fo Join
in "Olde Time Vodvil
I o Help Li^ht Library
Mrs June. It Is simply impossi
ble to read at night at the Murphj
library There is need for improved
Mis. Brown: And there are so
many people who have no other time
to come to the library, something
should be done about the situation.
People need to read now more than
ever before. An informed public Is
important to democratic existence.
Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Brown are
right, and Civic Clubs of Murphy
ARE doing something about the sit
"Ye Olde Tune Vodvil" will be
given at the Murphy High School on
Friday. March 6. Performers include
!T!siub?rE of al! Civic snroups.
Mrs. Akin Is Hostess
As W. S. C. S. Meets
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service met Monday afternoon, in
the Ladies' parlor of the Methodist
Church, with Mrs. Arthur Akin as
The meeting was opened by chair
man. Mrs. W. P. Odom and the de
votional was led by Mrs. EL B. Nor
After the regular routine of busi
ness and a social hour the hostess
served ice cream, cake and coffee to
Mrs. W P. Odom, Mrs. E. B. Nor
vell. Mrs. W. H. Griffith, Mrs. B. L
Padgett, and Mrs. John Axley, a vis
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