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NEWS of SOCIAL and PERSONAL INTEREST
Ruby McCombs Winchester, Society Editor. Phone 49-J
Woman's Club Election Names
Mrs. Harry Miller President
Ejection of officers featured the
meeting of the Murphy Woman's
Club Wednesday afternoon in the
Mr. J. W. Davidson, chairman of
the nominating committee, appointed
at the last meeting, submitted a slate
of officers which were unanimously
approved. They were:
Tiia. Harry MlUer, president; Mrs.
H. O. EHIcins. vice-president; Mrs. W.
M. rain, recording secretary: Mrs. J.
C. Ammons, corresponding secretary.
Mrs. C. W. Savage, treasurer. The
vice-president and treasurer were re*
Mrs. C. L. Alverson presided over
a short business session, during
which plans for an entertainment to
be given soon for the benefit of the
Library were discussed. MUs Jose
phine Hcigliway. librarian. Is asking
each civic organization, including
the Senior and Junior Woman's Club.
the Lions Club and the Chamber of
Commerce to give a number on the
Miss Elizabeth Phillips, music
teacher in the local schools, will
(.resent a minstrel show In connec
tion with the program.
Following the business s??slon. Mrs.
ViiBUtW CuUl IIIWVUUVCU WIC Bt'CU"
er of the afternoon. James D. Hall,
Red Cross instructor, who gave prac
tical demonstrations In connection
with his talk on First Aid.
The program was closed by Miss
Elizabeth Phillips, who played the
first two movements of Beethoven's
The hostess commute, composed
of Mrs. T. S. Evans, chairman: Mrs.
Tom Axley. Mrs. W P. Odorn and
Tom Axley, Mrs. W .P. Odom and
Mrs. L. E. Bayless served refresh
ments. Patriotic colors were tised in
decorations and refreshments.
M. E.. Circle Guests
Of Mrs. Hadley Dickey
Circle No 1. of the Methodist
Church met Monday night at the
home of Mrs. H. E. Dickey with Mrs.
T. J. Mauney as joint hostess. Mrs.
Dale Lee was In charge of the pro
Famous Hymns, have been the
main topic of study this year. Spe
cial Hymns of the meeting were: Star
Spangled Banner. America and
America. The Beautiful. Mrs. T. A.
Case read the song of Moses found
in Exodus, Mrs. Olen Bates sang
America. The Beautiful and other
songs were sung by the group, with
Mrs. Duke Whitley at the piano.
A patriotic motif was earned out
in decorations, refreshments and fa
vors. A salad and sweet coursv was
served to about eighteen membc s.
Mary Catherine Axley
And Fiance Are Feted
Mr .and Mrs. S. W. Hubble and
Miss Hattie Axley entertained with
a dinner party, at the Dickey Hotel,
Sunday, honoring their niece. Mary
A color scheme of red and white
was carried out. Those present were,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Axley, the honoree,
and George Atkinson: whom she will
marry on Sunday.
Zack Carringer ,of Knoxville. was
a visitor in town Sunday.
Mrs. Jake Abernatli; and Mrs.
Hardin Ross, of Andrew, were visit
ing in Murphy last Thursday.
Miss Virginia Poole will leave to
ri h>, (Friday* for Knoxville. where
she nas been u.tnsterred with the
Charles Jones left last week end
for Bryson City, where he has been
transferred with the TVA.
Miss Marion Clark, of Bryan City,
spent last week end with her aunt.
Mrs. Joe Phaup.
Mr. and Earnest Couch left Wed
nesday for Bryson City, where he is
employed with the TVA.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Peak were
called to Bristol. Va.. Sunday, on ac
count of the serious illness of Mr.
Peak's sister and brother-in-law.
and Mrs. Bill Courtney, who recently
moved to Bristol from Murphy.
Mrs. Margaret Peters, of Harriman,
Tenn.. is visiting in Murphy.
Mr. Olen Bates spent Tuesday in
Mrs. Sam Childers left last Friday
for Knoxville. Tenn.. for a visit with
Mrs. Ha rest King has returned
home after a week's visit with her
husband in Newport News. Va.
Mr. Fred Huffman, of Oneida,
Ky.. was visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
K. B. Hardin last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas spent
last week end in Knoxville with Mrs.
Mrs. Guy Brittain and son, of
Watts Bar. are visiting Mrs. L.
Mrs. Louise Rogers, of Andrews,
was in Murphy last Friday on busi
Honored By Red Cross
The notable work' done by Mrs. C
I W. Savage and her assistants In the
, i ecent Roll Call for the Red Cro6s
' has brought an Honor Certificate to
! the Cherokee County Chapter. Such
i certificates are awarded to chapters
I reaching their goals, or enrolling 15 I
per cent of the population of their ;
j chapters territory.
The quota for the recent roll call
! was $650. Mrs. Savage and her aides I
1 raised more than $2,000.
Old Time Vodvil
Ye Old Time Vodvil will be given |
I l.q the Civic Clubs of Murphy on
, March 6 at School Auditorium. The
I ;.how promises to be the top notch
, fun performance of the year, with
1 plenty of laughs for ever body.
Proceeds will go for improved
lighting of the Murphy Library.
Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Ivie have re
turned home from a vacation in Mi
! Mr Jack Barnett, of Newport,
Tenn., spent last week end at home.
Miss Betty Louise KuykendaU,
| former resident of Murphy, where
; she was a high school student, is soon
I to marry John Hamilton Bryson, of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mauney and
! Mr. and Mrs. Harve Elkins returned
home Wednesday from a vacation in
! Florida. All reported being cold most
; of the time.
Frank Caldwell, of Blalrsvilie. Ga., ?
was in Murphy Monday on business. |
Mr. Hume Bowles, of Bryson City, '
spent last Sunday here with his fam- ]
Miss Kathaleen Roberts, of Bryson ,
City, spent last week end here with I
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rob- j
Mis.-. Doris Heaton left last Satur- :
day for a week's visit in Greensboro.
Mr. Jack Tipton, of Bryson City. .
.??pent last week end in Murphy. i
Mr. Earl Payne spent one day this
week in Robbinsville on business. i
Miss Emma Dane Passmore, of i
Hayesville. was a visitor in Murphy :
ono day last week.
Miss Sara Sword, of Bryson City,
(?pent last week end here with her |
father, P. H. Sword.
Mrs. Dorothy McCombs spent
Monday and Tuesday in Hayesville j
making an "unmet nceu' survey. !
Miss Charline ar.d Wanda Bowles
were visiting in Andrews last Sunday.
John Dickey left Monday for a
week's visit in Kentucky.
Harry Carringer spent Monday in
. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Franklin spent !
I Sunday and Monday in Ashcv'.lle.
Mrs. W. L. Hardin, Sr.. of Way-jes- ,
| i'le, will spend this v/efk end with,
i .\>tr. and Mrs. R. B. Hardin.
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fi:i/ner an-J sons,
i of Kliwassee "am, spent last wec't
I week from Paris. Ky.
j Miss Elizabeth Gray, who ?s em
I ployed in Hayesville with F. S. A.,
| pent last week end here. ______
Jerry Malloncc retuiaea home uiisj
week from Paris. Ky.
Mrs. Corn well Hostess
As Baptist Circle No. 1
Votes T o Change Name
Mrs. B. B. Comwell. newly elected
leader olCtrcle No. 1 of the Baptist
church was hostess to the members at
her home last Tuesday afternoon.
Hereafter the group will be known as
the May Perry Circle", named for a
girl Missionary to China.
Election of officers to serve with
Mrs. Comwell was the chief business
e fore the circle. Mrs. E. L. Shields
was elected Secretary; Mrs. E. L
Darnell, treasurer; Mrs. A. E. Vestal.
Enlistment Chairman: Mrs. Ramsey.
Personal Service Chairman; Mrs. L.
E. Bayless. Social Chairman and
Mrs. Bessie Deweese. Reporter.
Mrs. J. C. Ammons opened the
meeting by leading the devotional
and Mrs. W. T. Hunt concluded with
a prayer. Mrs. Ammons also cave an
! interesting outline of the Ufe and
1 ministry of John W. Newbrough.
taken from the book. "Fellow Helpers
tc the Truth". Envelopes were dis
tributed for the Annie Armstrong
offering, to be made March 2nd
Mrs. Co nwell. assisted by Mrs.
Ramsey, served a salad plate with
coffee to the following: Mrs. Clyde
Oennett; Mrs. A. E. Vestal: Mrs. W.
E. Matthews; Mrs. L. E. Bayless.
Mrs. J. C. Ammons; Mrs. Ramsey.
Mrs. I. T. Hutton; Mrs. E. O. Dar
nell; Mrs. Paul Hyatt: Mrs. W. T.
Hunt: Mrs. Young; Mrs. W. T. Hunt.
Jr.; Mrs. E. L. Shields; Mrs. Jim Ba
ker and Mrs. J. M. Comwell.
. COMlNG? EVENTS
Coming Feb. 27th. 8:00 P. M.
Murphy time. Regular meeting
Murphy Chapter No. 10, O. E 8. All
members are urged to attend.
The Woman's Society of Christian
! Service of the Methodist Church will
meet with Mr; Hadley Dickey.
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 Miss Ella
Hlmebaugh will discuss "India and
Some of It's Needs."
Mr. Warren McDonald spent one
day last week in Bryson City.
Miss Emolyn Pryor. of Knoxvllle,
spent last week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Blake.
J. B. Oray spent several days last
week In Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mts. Leo Pertuzzl have
moved to Murphy. Mr. Pertuzze is
employed with the TV A at Ocoee.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Kindle7, Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Schuyler, Mr. and
Mrs. George Phil'.lips, Mrs. Clyde
Sneed and E. O. Christopher motored
to Chattanooga, Tenn., Friday night
to see Hcllza Poppln.
Mrs. J. B. Gray spent Sunday near
HayesvlUe with relatives.
Miss Francis Christopher spent
last week end in Atlanta.
Mr. T. C. McDonald, of Nantahala,
tpent last week end here with his
Mr. and Mrs. Spurn Christopher, of
Atlanta, visited here Sunday with
Alton Brown, of Robbinsville. was
a visitor in town Sunday.
Mayor Robert E. Heatcn, of An
drews, was a visitor in town Sunday.
Friends of Bartie Akin, who has
been confined to his home for past
week, will be glad to hear he is able
to be out again.
Mrs. Dot Crook spent last week
end In South Carolina.
Dr. Robert Cox. who is employed
at Fontana. with the TVA. was a
visitor in town Sunday.
The many friends of little Miss
Boots Meroney will be sorry to hear
she Is 111 with mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Quillian m
were visiting in Cochran. Ga.. last
Mrs. Leila Dickey. Frenk Dickey,
and Mr. and Mrs. Nettie Huston,
Denny visited Buddy Dickey, now ar
U. S. Marine, at Paris Island. S. C..
over the week end.
Mrs. Tom Axley and daughter.
Mary Catherine, and George Atkin
son spent Wednesday in Chattanoo
Miss Adella Meroney spent Sunday
!n Andre?? s with relatives.
Mrs. Robert Akin will spend one
day this week in Knoxvllce. Tenn.
Miscellaneous Shower Given
In Honor of Rosalind Chandler
Miss Ro&alin Chandler was the
guest of honor at a miscellaneous
shower given by Mrs. Noah Lovln
ttood at her home last Thursday
night. The shower was In anticipa
tion of Miss Cltandler's marriage, set
lor the near future.
The Lovingood home was decor -
i ui.-ri ??K i profusion ol gladioli,
snapdragons and roses, with pink
the predominating color. The evening
started with a lively romance con
test <n which Miss Marline Moore
was the winner. Next came a bride's
necessities contest In which the prize
went to Mrs. H. Bueck
A modeling contest came next.
1 with the guests competing against
each other with green bubble gum
! which they fashioned into little
, trldes and grooms. Mrs. Leon Ben
| r.ettc proved the most skillful.
A treasure hunt came next, after
i which the honoree was presented
i with a chest of attractive gifts.
A delightful Ice course, carrying
out the pink and green color ncheme
was served, with heart favors on
tach plate. The guests Included:
Miss Roberta Carrlnger. Mu?
Adela Meroney. Jane Ricks. Marr
Axley. Jessemine Vestal, Charlln*
und Wanda Bowles, Martine Moore.
"Toots" Cooke, Mrs. A. B. Cash, Un
W. H. Griffiths, Mr* W. C. Kcnney.
Mrj. H. Bueck.
Mrs. K. C. Wright, Mrs. Leon Ben
ncttc, Mrs. T. W. Axley, Mrs. Leoa
Blake. Mrs Jack Craig. Mrs. Homer
Ricks. Mrs. W. P. Odorn. Mrs. Home
Bowles. Mrs. H. II. McCaU, Mrs. J.
C .Amnions, Mrs J. H. Bay less, Mrs.
L. E Baylrss. Mrs. Richard Smith.
Jr.. Mrs. J. W. Franklin, Mrs. W. D.
Simpson. J W Thompson.
Mrs. Dale Lee. Mrs. Ruth Carrln
eer. Mrs. Allen Lovlngood. Mrs. R. D.
Chandler Mrs Alvin Buchanan. Mrs.
J W Davidson. Mrs. C. B. Nenrtun.
Mrs. Cyrus White, Mrs. Noah Hem
brer and Mrs. Doyle Burch.
Miss Axlej' To Wed
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Wilbur Ax
ky announce the fortcommg mar
riage of tlielr daughter. Mary Cath
erine to George P. Atkln.,on. The cer
emony will be performed Sunday,
March 1. at the Metodtst Church. In
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Martin, of
Haysville, announce the birth of a
; r on. February 15, in Murphy General
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Douglas,
j of Hiawassee Dam, announce the
birth of a daughter in Petrie Hospital
! here February 10.
| Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carringer, of
j Murphy, announce the birth of i son.
'February 19. Murphy General Hos
Miss Sue Haigler, of Haysville, sis
ter of Mrs. Tom Meroney, b?3 been in
a local hospital this week.
Mrs. Harry Miller Is confined to
her home with a cold.
Frank Raegan. of Andrews, has
returned home after an operation In
a local hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kcndrick and
daughter, Gloria, spent last week end
In Nashville. Tenn.
The friends of Joyce Coleman will
be sorry to hear she is ill with
Mrs. J. W. Davidson received ?
message Tuesday, that her son Lt.
Jerry Davidson, has been transferred
from Stockton Field, Cal., to Wright
Field. Ohio. He is instructor in Army
Mr. and Mrs. Woodie left Sunday
for Paris. Tenn.
M rs. ELlkins Is Hostess
T. WSCS Circle No. 2
The Woman's Society of Chris ton
Service met Monday evening with
Mrs. H. G Elkins. The devotional
was given by Mrs. Hall Cobb, aftor
| which Mrs R. C. Maitox presided
ever business session in the absence
of Mrs. McCall
After the icguiar routine of busi
' ness and a social hour the hostess
; served a salad course to the follow
I Sirs. Hail Cobb, Mrs. R. C. Mattox.
Mrs. Will Howell. Mrs. John Axley
i and Mrs. C. B. Gennett, the last
I named a visitor.
John A. Davidson Host
To Fellow TV A Aides
Mr. John A. Davidson entertained
the employees of the Notla Dam
Time Office and Cost Department
at his home on Thursday evening.
Feb. 19, guests included:
B M. Riney, Cary A Moomaw,
; James Paul Neil E. Garner.
| Even tt C. K' T Billy 1). Barnett,
'Eugene Mills, Cecil A. Harris, Walter
I C. Gordon, Jr., Peter P. Murray,
Ioonard J. Harland, Roy L. Horns
, and Leonaard C. Pressley.
j Meeting Postponed
| The meeting of the Womans Club
| scheduled tor Wednesday, Feb. 28.
I has been postponed until next Wed
I r.esday. March 4. Mrs. H. Bueck will
i present the main feature of the pro
I r ram.
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