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THlTtSPAY, MARCH 26, 1936
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
itfDffl ATT A TTrtV
I , r e TO HAVt.
OF OFFICERS luiua
i ' officers tonight in the Ma-
:X-'-n i - T.9ft Mrs Tnl
T.,n,nlp at t-av-
ifi". ivf.riot Grand
r'Vrar.J officers will also be pres-
f:;:; :. t'ne desire of those in charge
1 ve everv member of the chapter
V- . , : .'. .f ilatinn. and all mpm-
installation, and all mem-
order will be given a cor
Vr n.i Mrs. Noble Garrett were
! the first of the week, of
daughter, Mrs. Fred P. Hutton,
fin'orecnrboro. f 0
I 5arah Frances Thompson left
1 ';,v"f'r Morehead City, where she
: her uncle until the first of
vir 1 "after which she will go to
'Vavt;tev;!li'. where she will enter the
jTithsmiih Hospital, for training as a
LITTLE MISS NANCY KEENER
GIVES BIRTHDAY PARTY
On Saturday afternoon little Miss
Nancy Keener assembled a group of
her young friends in celebration of
her eighth birthday anniversary. She
was assisted in entertaining her guests
by her mother, Mrs. Nancy Keener.
The Easter motif wa$ used with
attractive features. The long table was
covred with a .loth of yellow and
each place was marked bv favors of
Easter eggs and white bunnies. Yel
low candles were placed at the nds
of the table, and pink candles were
used on the cake. Ices, cakes and
candies were served,,
The young hostess was the recip
ient of manv attractive irift Amnnn.
those invited were: Nancy Jones, Mar-
Kuerue nay, ratsy uwyn, Larmichal
Hannah, Theresa Alley, Parker Gay,
Bobbie Hardin, Jane Wyche, Eloise
Martin, Jackie Sue Messer, Anne Eng
lish, Judy Knight, Ida Lou Gibson,
Lorraine and Dorthy Marteil, Harrold
Robham, Nancy Klrkpatrick, Ellis
Keener, and Betsy Siler.
a well dressed
is the pride of his family
0 0 0
the joy o f his girl
Now is the Time . . . .
Ray's is the Place . . .
To get anything! you need m the way of new .spring
clothes. Whether you buy inexpensive things, or
want the latent in styles and fabrics you
will find a nice selection.
Arrow Shirts and Ties.
Byron, Dunlap and Knox Hats.
Cooper and Arrow Underwear.
Interwoven and Cooper Socks.
Hickok Men's Jewelry.
Freeman and Peters Shoes.
Chatham Homespun Clothes.
Our selections for spring represent the best
and latest. As a man accustomed to dressing well,
you could do no better in a larger city. A Fifth
Avenue Shop would be proud to present this merchandise.
Master Walter Robertson Talia
ferro, 3rd, entertained a group of his
young friends on Saturday afternoon.
at HUlcrest, the home of his grand
mother, Mrs. Marie Mitchell, in ob
servance of his fourth birthday anni
versary. He was assisted in receiv
ing by his mother, Mrs. Tom Talia
ferro, and Miss Anne Jones.
The guests were entertained with a
Micky Mousi movie, after which
games arranged for the afternoon
were enjoyed. Following the games
ices, cakes and candies, were served
from the dining room, which was at
tractively decorated in a motif of yel
low and white. The table was center
ed with the cake, with its four candles
and yellow flowers were arranged on
tne side board and serving tables. The
place of each small guest was marked
by a small basket of candy, a yellow
can, and an Easter bunny.
The guest list included, Jean Hodges,
John Hodges, Elsie Jane Green, Eu
gene and Sonny Howell, George and
Dewey Stovall, Barbara Anne and
Tommy Boyd, Mary Anne Massie,
Anne Coman Crawford, and Ca rime ha I
WAYNESVILLE MUSIC CLUB TO
HOLD MEETING SATURDAY
The Waynesville Music Club will
meet on Saturday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. L. M. Richeson, as
hostess. Mrs. Hugh A. Love, presi
dent, will preside. Miss Ida Jean
Brown will have charge of the pro
gram, and the subject under study
will be "Irish Music."
MRS. HUGH A. LOVE ATTENDS
LUNCHEON IN ASHEVILLE
On Saturday Mrs. Hugh A. Iove
attended a luncheon given by Mrs.
William Ray Griffin, at her home in
Biltmore Forest. The affair was ten
dered in honor of the presidents of
the music clubs, in the first district, of
the State Federation of Music
Clubs, of which Mrs. Griffin is the
SEVEN CLUB GIVES DANCE ON
On Saturday evening the members
of the Seven Club entertained with a
dance. A number of out of town cou
ples, as well as a large number of the
younger set, were present for the af
fair, Music was furnished by Jimmy
Gunn and his oivhestra. of Char
lotte. The next dance to tx given by
the club will be on April the 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred P, Hutton, of
Greensboro, .announce the birth of a
son, Frederick P. Hutton, Jr., born
March the 21st. Mrs. Hutton is the
former Miss Edna Garrett, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Garrett.
; YOUNG HOST OBSERVES FOURTH j BOSTON VISITOR HONORED WITH
AFFAIR AT COUNTRY CLUB
The oustanding affair of the week
was the contract party given on Fri
day afternoon at the Waynesville
Country Club by Mrs. E. C. Wagen
feld, in compliment to Mrs. A. F.
Hunt, of Boston, Mass., who with her
husband is spending the spring sea
son here as guests at the Palmer
House. The hostess was assisted bv
Mrs. L. M. Richtvson. Mrs. W. H. Huff,
and Mrs. James M. Long in receiving
For the occasion the lounge, where
the tables were placet! for playing was
arranged in quantities of spring flow
ers, with the cheerful note of a blazing
log fire, which dispelled the chilly
atmosphere outside. Prizes of unu
sual plants in a variety of lovely pot
tery jars, were presented to the win
ners of the high scores of each table,
to Mrs. Hunt the honor guest, to Mrs.
Huff, and to Mrs. L. M. Richeson,.
Winners of the table prizes were: Mrs.
Jack Way, Mrs, Hugh Massie, Mrs.
W. Lauriston Hardin, Jr., Mrs. George
Bishchoff, Mrs. N. V. Lancaster, and
Mrs. S. P. Gay. Mrs. J. P. Dicus, cut
The guest list included, Mrs. Ernest
J. Hyatt, Mrs. C. C. White, Mrs. Tom
Lee, Jr., Mrs. J. W. Seaver, Miss
Mary Stringfield, Mrs, Jack Way, Mrs.
Rufus Siler, Mrs. B. S. Marsh, Miss
Hester Ann Withers, Mrs. J. P. Dious,
Mrs. Ernest L. Withers. Mrs. W. Lau
riston Hardin, Jr., and Mrs. L. M.
Mrs. R. Stuart Roberson, Mrs.
George Bischoff, Mrs. N. F. Iancaster,
Mre. J. Wilford Ray, Mrs. S. P. Gay,
Mrs. Jerry Colkitt, Mrs. R. L. Pre
vost, Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs. P. E.
Alley. Jr., Mrs. Whitner Prevost, and
Mrs." T. Lenoir Gwyn.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Stretcher
motored to Asheville on Saturday.
Mr. Lebo Massie, of Washington,
D. C, spent several days during the
week with relatives in town.
Mr. Jimmy Grahl, of Americus, Ga.,
will arrive during the week from Duke
University and will spend the spring
vacations as the guest of Mr. Ernest
L. Withers, Jr.
Miss Victoria Bell', district wel
fare supervisor, with headquparters
in Asheville, made the local office a
visit the first of the week.
Mr. James W. Reed has -returned
from a business trip to Louisiana, Ala
bama, and Mississippi.
Mrs. Hugh Massie and Mrs. . W. II.
Huff and a party of friends, were
among those motoring to Asheville on
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Long were
among those motoring to Asheville on
Mrs. Ralph Prevost was the guest
during the week of relatives in De
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hunt, of Boston,
Mass., are spending three months as
guests at the Palmer House, Mr.
Hunt is connected with the England
Mrs. Richard N. Barber, Jr.. fpent
the past week in Gritlin, Ga., where she
was guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Norman.
.Miss Sarah Elmore, who is located
in town, while she is connected with
the resettlement work, is a guest at
the Palmer House.
Mrs. John K. Boone, who has been
the guest of her sisters, Miss Cotrie
and Miss Anne Kerr, in Asheville, re
turned home on Sunday afternoon.
Miss Josephine Plott had as her
guest over the week-end, Miss Emily
Palmer, student of the Western Caro
lina Teachers College.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Massie, Jr., of
Sylva, were the guests of relatives
in town on Sunday,
m m m
Mr. Dewey Noland, of Washington,
D. C, joined his family here for the
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Massie had as
their guests the first of the week, Mr.
Melvin Hayes, of High Point, who
formerly lived here.
Mrs. Lilly Perry and her daughter,
Misn Margaret Perry, were Asheville
visitors on Monday.
Mr. nnfl Mr. George AndeTson,
who have been to Ashland, Ky., and
Parkersburg, W. Va., have returned
Mis9 Dorothy Bliss and Mrs. Jack
Quinn spent Monday in Aeheville.
Miss Mayme Leatherwood and Miss
Mildred Medford spent the past week
end in Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus H. B:ackwell
had as their guests over the week
end Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frehn, of
Bristol, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Hunter
BlackweH, of Asheville, and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Blackwell, of Canton.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Marsh had as
their guilts the first of the week Mr.
and Mrs. Jess II. Webb, of Rochester,
Mr. anil Mrs. Harry McCracken
were among those who spent Saturday
Mr. Howard Hyatt, who is a stu
dent at McCallie's, arrived this week
to spend the spring vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J.
Dr. William Sloan, resident physi
cian of the Woodard Herring Hospital,
of Wilson, N, (..., arrived on Wednes
day, and will spend a week as the
guest of his family here.
Mr. Leon Killian, Jr., who is at
tending McCallie's, arrived -this week
from Chattanooga, and will spend sev
eral days as the guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mis. Li- M. Killian.
Mr. Hugh J. Sloan, Jr., of Wilming
ton, who is with the State Highway
Patrol, 'arrived yestenday and will
spend a week as the guet-t of his
Mr. Horace Keener and young
daughter, Nancy and son, Ellis, were
among those motoring to Asheville on
Mrs. Felix Stovall and a party of
friends were among those motoring to
Asheville during the week.
A FAMOUS FAMILY OF MEN'S HATS
P.YRON - DUNLAP - KNOX
C. E, RAY'S SONS;
A COMPLETE ( LOTH INC. SERVICE
Trv At Home First You Will Never RejfrH It
YOU GET A WHIFF OF
Spring IN These new
These new hosiery colors
anticipate Spring with all
its soft loveliness and will
in their variety solve any
dress or occasion problem,
Wc have them now and
modestly suggest that you
see them. Remember the
Only 13 More Shopping Days Uniil
The Easter Parade
Will You Be Ready?
Come in to MASSIFS
Today, and Select Your Spring Outfit
In Pastels and Solid Colors
$1.98 and $2.95
Short'. Sport Suits or Finger.
Tip Lengths at
Just Received New Ia1
B 1 o u s e s
In Silk and Cotton
59c o $1.98
How About Those White Shoes You Have Been Thinking About? We Have
Now The Largest Stock of White Shoes We Have Ever Shown.
Just received several
numbers in the
Come In And See
R1ASSIE7S DEPARTRJEWT STORE
LET US ASSIST YOU WITH YOUR SPRING NEEDS.
C. E. RAY'S SONS
"A Good Place To Trade"