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SOCIAL and PERSONAL INTEREST
Ruby McCombs Winchester, Society Editor, Phone 49-J
?The Youth Of The
World' Is Christian
Service I opic
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Methodist church met
Tuesday afternoon. September 1, at
the home of Mrs. J. H. McCall with
Mr?. R. C. Mattox and Mrs. D. V.
CVrringer serving as joint hostesses.
L'pon arrival the members were
served refreshments, Mrs. W. M.
presided over the
Mrs. Alfred Smith discussed "The
Youth of the World", and told what
the Methodist Church is doing to
educate its young people.
Twenty members sod two visitors,
Mrs. Wakefield and Mrs. Curd, were
Mrs. Woodard Honored
With Bridge Party
Mrs. P. W. Hubbell and her sister.
Miss Hattic Ax ley, entertained with
a dessert bridge at their home here
Thursday afternoon honoring . Mrs.
Pearl Woodward of Quincy, Florida.
A military motif was carried out
in decorations and tallies, which
were in the form of red white and
blue shields. Pall flowers and flags
cicoorated the home.
High score prize was won by Mrs.
W. A. Hoover, second high by Mrs.
Fred Johnson, and low scorc by Mis.
Walter Mauney. Mrs. Woodward
won the cut prize and was also prea
<nted a guest prize.
The guest list included: Mrs.
Woodward, Mrs. Duke Whitley. Mrs.
Fred Johnson. Mrs. George B. Ves
tal. Mrs. M. P. Whichard, Mrs. T. A.
Case, Mrs. M. W. Bell. Mrs. Edgar
Harshaw, Mrs. Henry Harshaw, Mrs.
Julia Martin, Mrs. W. A. Hoover,
Mrs. J. W. Thompson, Mrs. H.
Bueclt. Mrs. B. W. Whitfield, Mrs.
W. W. Hyde, Mrs. Walter Mauney,
Mrs. W. H. Griffiths, Mrs. Prank
Crawford and Mrs. p. B. Taylor.
Miss Lorene Johnson, a graduate
of Tennessee School of Beauty Cul
ture, Knoxville, arrived Saturday
night to spend a few weeks with her
fcunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hyatt. Miss Johnson was selected by
the president of the school as one of
toe most outstanding students in
her class. In October she will accept
a position with the Tennessee Beauty
Shoppe which is connected with the
The Y. W. A. will hold their
monthly meeting on September 14.
at the home of Mrs. John Donley.
Woman s Auxiliary
I Met With Mrs. Gibbs
The Woman's auxiliary ol th?'
Presbyterian Church met at the
home of Mrs. J. H. Gibbs Tuesday
afternoon. September 1. Mrs. Frank
Justice vice president, presided in
the absence of the president. Mrs.
J. H. Wilson.
The devotional. "Christ Dealing
With Human Needs ? Unity", was
Kiven by Mrs. C. W. Saw~.
liie program topic. "Auxiliary Ob
jectives Today", was presented by
Mrs. M. W. Bell, after which Mrs.
Gibbs served refreshments.
Group Is Planning
Purchase Of Organ
The croup captains of the organ
committee of the Baptist Sunday
school mel at the home of the chair
man, Mrs. Walter Coleman, on Mon
A business session was held and
plans discussed for purchasing an
Refreshments were served to the
Mrs. P G. I vie. Mrs. W S. Dickey.
Mrs Ray Moore, Mrs Joe Ray.
Mrs. Arden Davis.
Mrs. John Donley, Mrs. Virgil
Johnson, Mrs. Christine Jones, Mrs.
Don Gentry, Miss Louise Mau?ey,
and Mrs. J. W. Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Grovenstein,
and daughter. Dale, visited in La
Grange. Ga., over Labor Day. Mrs
Grovenstein's sister, Miss Pauline
Hyde, came back witn them for a
visit of several weeks.
J. L. Abernathy, who is stationed
in Mississippi spent last week-end
here with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis are
spending several days this week in
Atlanta and Butler, Ga.
Mr. aiiu Mi'6. Bill Biync, Jr., of
Knoxville, Term., spent Monday here
with Mrs. Baynee' grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Candler.
Mrs. Dale Lee will leave Sunday
for New York where she will spend
ten days on business.
Mrs. Clyde Sneed, of Kingsport,
Tenn., spent several days this week
with her mother, Mrs. Vesta Hensley.
Miss Maurine Lovingood left this
week for Mars Hill where she will
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mauney of
Spruce Pine, N. C., spent last week
end here with their daughters, Mrs.
Brown Caldwe'l and Miss Louise
Mrs Irene Grant of Murphy. N.
C . announces the marriage of her
daughter. Anna Jean, to Dr. Lind
say S. Olive of Raleigh. N. C.. on
August 28th in Highlands. N. C.
The bride attended Western Caro
lina Teachers College and is a grad
uate of ihe University of N. C. in
the class of 1942.
Dr. Olive, son of Mrs. Soda H
Olive and the lale Mr. Lindsay S
Olive of Raleigh, received his A. B.
M. A . and Ph. D. degrees at the
University of N. C.. where he is now
instructor in the Deparunent of
Botany The couple will reside in
Miss Louise Johnson, of Knoxville,
Tenn., is visiting here this week
with her parents. Mr. fcnd Mrs. V
j Miss Charlotte Bishop and Mi.*
j Ruth Gruber. doing private nursing
| in Murphy, will make their home
' here and are living in Hast Murphy
'THINK ON THESE j
THINGS" W. M. S.
The W. M. S. ol Uie First Baptist I
church met Tuesday afternoon at
the church. Program Topic lor the I
month Think on these things!
"Whatsoever things learned in His
Word" was led by Mrs Bessie De
Bible Study the Covenant at
Sir>^i ? uucen from the book of Ex. ?
by Mrs. Johnnie Savage.
Hymn ? Wonderful Words of Life.
Introductory talk. Things Learned In
His Word Mrs. Murray.
Prayer - Faith ? and soul ? win
ning was dL.scu.vsed by Mrs. Corn
well, after which Mrs. Hilda Walls
sang the following hymns ? Sweet
! hour of Prayer? My Faith Looks up
, to Thee and Let the l/ower Lights
U Burning, after each topic was
discussed At work 111 our cities.
Rural Communities, and In the
Mountain was told by Mrs. Bueck.
Empowered by tin Hoi;.- Spirit ?
Special Prayers ? Mrs. Cash and
Closing Prayer Mrs. Murray.
Members present were: Mrs. W. H.
Murray. Mrs Johnny Savage. Mrs.
Bessie Deweese, Mrs. Hilda Walls.
Mrs. E J. Darnell. Mrs. P. C. Hyatt,
Mrs. w o. uiuKiri *?? r.; J. C.
mons. Mrs. B B. Cornwell. Mrs.
H. But-ck Mrs. A B Cash. Mrs. W.
E Mathews, Mrs. P. G. Ivey. Mrs.
Clyde Gennett, Mrs. T. S. Evans.
Mrs Lloyd Hendnx. Mrs Henry
Hyatt, and a visitor. Mrs C. S.
Bill Brandon, left Saturday, for
Panama City. Florida.
IN THE ARMY they say
"BUBBLE DANCING" for dish-washing
"HASH MARK" for service stripe
"HIGH BALL" for an extra snappy salute
"CAMEL" for their favorite cigarette
? With men in the Army, Nary, Marino, and
Lout Guard, tbc favorite 6f.arcttr it (amcL
(Biiwd on actual sain records in Post Exchaofin
Long May We Feather
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MURPHY, N. C.