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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
MRS. T. L. GWYN, Editor
MONDAY AFTERNOON CONTRACT YOUNG PEOPLE'S CIRCLE HOLDS ATTEND DINNER AND LECTURE
CLUB HOLDS MEETING
Mrs. F. E. Alley, Jr., was the hos
tess of the Monday Afternoon Con
tract Club, on the occasion of the
regular meeting on Monday. Spring
flowers in shades of yellow adorned
the living room, where th tables were
arranged for playing.
Members present were: Mrs. R. L.
Prevont, Mrs. James M. Long, Mrs.
L. M. Rk-heson, Mrs. Ben Colkitt, Mrs.
C. C. White, Mrs. Robert H. Stretcher.
Special guast of the afternoon was
Mrs. Lilly B. Raymond, of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin and two
children, Eloise and Fred, Jr., have
returned from a fortnight's visit to
various points in Florida.
Mrs. Lily B. Raymond, of New York,
popular Waynesville visitor, has re
turned from a visit to California, and
is a guest at the Hotel LeFaine for
the spring season.
On Tuesday evening the Young Peo
ple's circle of the Methodist church
held the regular meeting with Mrs. F.
E. Alley, Jr., and Mrs. C. C. White, as
associate hostesses, at the home of
Mrs. DeBrayda Liner, chairman,
presided. Miss Bessie Boyd had
charge of the program with Miss Iris
Charm, Miss Louise Campbell, and
Mrs. Woodson Jones taking part. Miss
Mildred and Miss Helen Medford, ac
companied by Mrs. M. H. Bowles,
sang a duet.
Mr. and Mrs. James Atkins had as
their guests over the week-end Dr.
and Mrs. John Shackford and Miss
Elizabeth Shackford, of Rock Hill, S.
C. Mr. John Shackford, instructor
at the North Carolina University,,
Miss Ella Shackford, student at Bre
vard College, and a friend, Miss
IN ASHEVILLE FRIDAY
The following attended the dinner
in Asheville on Friday evening, which
was given in honor of Miss Lena
Madeson Phillips, president of the
international Federation of Women's
Clubs, who addressed the group: Mrs.
Jean Dillon, and guest. Miss Maude
Shop, of Lake Santeelah, Mrs. Doyle
Alley, Miss Caroline Allison, and Mrs.
Mrs. John F. Hodges, who was call
ed to town last week on account of
the illness and death of her father,
the late James R. Thomas, spent sev
eral days in Harrogate, Tenn., the
first of the week. She has returned
to town and will spend a couple of
months with her mother, Mrs. Thomas.
Mrs. S. R. Truesdale left on Wed.
nesday for Rock Hill, S. C, where she
will visit her daughter for several
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WOMAN S CLUB MEETS AT
The March meeting of the Woman's
Olub was held on Thursday afternoon
at the Hotel LeFaine, with Mrs. W. L.
Hardin, Jr., and Mrs. Ralph Pre vast,
as associate hostesses. Mrs. S. P.
Gay, president, presided. For the oc
casion quantities of jonquils were
Mrs. H. W. Baucom, chairman of
literature, announced that "A Midsummer-Night's
Dream" whicn would
be shown some time in April, would be
sponsored by the club, with the date
to be announced later.
Mrs. Frank Ferguson, chairman of
welfare, stated that she had furnished
clothing for two underprivileged
children at the East Waynesville
Waynesville school. Mrs. W. T. Lee,
Jr., social chairman, announced that
the club would sponsor a Fashion
Show on April the 2nd.
Mrs. J. Harden Howell, chairman of
the nominating committee, gave a re
port, with all officers of the .past year
ijiecommended, which was accepted in
full by the club.
Mrs. Richard N. Barber, Jr., was
elected as a delegate to the state
meeting which will be held in High
Point on April the 7, 8 and 9. Mrs.
S. P. Gay, by virtue of her office as
president, will also attend. Mrs. W.
T. Lee, Jr., and Mrs. M. H. Bowles,
were elected a, alternates. A motion
was made to donate $10.00 toward the
expenses of the delegates.
Mrs. J. Harden Howell, correspond
ing secretary, stated that she had
sent a telegram to Mrs. H. T. Hunter,
on the occasion of her mother's death,
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick read the
recommendations for the merging of
the Woman's Club and the Community
Club. A vote was taken regarding
the matter, and a large majority voted
Mrs. H. W. Baucom introduced Mr.
H. C. Wilburn, official of the museum,
of the Great Smoky Mountains Na
tional Park, of the North Carolina
i side, who addressed the club on his
work of collecting material and data,
and the buildings that will eventually
he erected for the housing of the col
lections. The hosteses were assisted in serv
ing by Mrs. S. P. Gay, Mrs. Felix
Stovall, and Mrs. M. II. Bowles.
Special guests of the afternoon were
Mrs. Charles Miller, a former mem
ber, and Mrs. A. F. Hunt, of Boston,
INTER EST ING EN (I A C. EM. EXT A X
NOUNCEI) IN HENDERSON
The Charlotte Observer recently
carried the. announcement of the en
gagement of Miss Elizabeth Benners
Burwell, of Henderson, to Raymond
Auburn Manship, Jr., of Henderson,
and Lauririburg. Miss Burwell is the
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Willis
Micajah Burwell. The latter was
Miss Josie Hyatt, of Waynesville,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hyatt. The .bride has many
friends and relatives here, who will
be interested in her marriage, which
wilt take place in the early summer,
in Henderson, N. C.
COMMUNITY CLUB TO OBSERVE
The regular monthly meeting of the
Community Club will be held on Wed
nesday, April the first, in the club
rooms. Mrs. M. G. Stamey will pre
side. The program will center around
the loth anniversary of the organiza
tion of the club, with Mrs. W. T.
Crawford giving a history. A musical
program will be presented, with Mrs.
Robert II. Stretcher, in charge. The
members of the social and executive
committees will be hostesses of the
I Rev. Fr. William F. Murray, who
has been the guest of Father Lane
for the past three weeks, returned
Wednesday to Corona, Long Island.
! Mrs. Franklin Fricks and small son,
j Franklin, Jr., of Sylva, are spending
j several days this week as the guests
I of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. P. Martin.
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..... ..wv.. aiyviit several
days in Raleigh last week, where h.
attended the North Carolina Eduval
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