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Thursday, april 2, 1936
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
MRS. T. L. GWYN, Editor
MISS MARTHA McCRACKEX HOS.
TESS TO X. . L. CLIB
On F nday evening- Miss Martha Me
Cracken etitertaiiw the mfinb.-r-- .-.f
uie . 1. 1.. ( luh a!
parents, Mr an.I
Cracken. J he even
sewing, and- kn:tt;r.
Miss I 1 (
MRS. L. M. RICHKSOX. HOSTESS
TO W A YX ESVILLE Ml SIC CI. I B
The aynesvil.ie Music Club held
u:e regular March meeting with Mrs.
L. M. Kuhoson on jsaturdav attor-
mence was attractively
iiuair.:t:es ol dattodils
In the absence ot Mrs.
the president, who was
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I Me if ail Those Kiuliinne Vounu ;'1M "i:".'"". Mrs. I. 1.. Hraniiett.l SUtof5 T8"
1 i w tin matt, .n. ua- SsA , ,
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a h.eh tnl.ute to Mrs. Hmmb-.i. ho ' .EL Sf iWJ
has serv,.,i the chanter .1.1, f. .'Sl
E .. nr'VL I Mrs. Kvander l'reston, sanir. ah I .. . . ' ' 11 ""'t 1
mots, and a social hour to tlu W. S$T I
X. C. Cafe. j-
Mr and Miv. (,. C. I'lott and family Miss Mary '.ou I.ea!hcrwool and
and Mrs Homer l'loti were the truest:. , ML-s F ranees Weston spent Sunday
on Sunday of Mr. an.i Mrs. Wayne with friend in A.-hevili.-.
. Rattle at their hi.iue in Hi y,n C.ty, i
i ,,',,,, ' M : s. Htrbert lira re : of Orniond,
V, n"'"1',1,' Who a '; u-b-n'- K.a.. h.. hi;- spent the ,at fort-
.m.i ii,,. .-i.rii.-, ,H-,,i M-."ai n.eht u;t!; n-r parent, leaves tinlay
w, uh' e 1 ' ' wftr. rt.- 1 lie
.uiu-st of his pun-n: s
'. during the . a-: w . U w .
M ; '.;y. he i i- hr !,, .;.!,, . ,
'r he; ii inc. I'rier t., lu r visit here
:t ,..im t : n,i- .-,s t be truest of
i. Mr-. l'r.-,-l Hii-.'.on. in
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B L 0 I) ) X (j
Dial) Hair With
BLEAC 110 L
Ulenelios, yes Imt Is iiin limn
iliai it Is. u neu truly 'scientific
.mil revolutionary development,
("KIMVially compo, Milled to iiksuiv
( l.arms. M,s, Martraret St i itiLrhc!d
accompanied bv Mrs. Robert 11.
Mi'ct.ner, nave two vioun mimners,
"The Minstrel Roy." and "Killarney."'
Mrs. Tom Spurlock accompanied by
Mrs. Kvander l'reston, santr. "An
Irish Love Sonjr," by Margaret J.anjre.
a piano solo ny sirs. Konert ji.
I Stretcher Percy Granger's arrange
ment of "The I.ondonerry," Dorothy
Richeson, young daughter of the host
ess, and member of the Junior Mu.sic
Club, accompanied by her mother,
sang, "Eileen Aroon," by Will Earhart.
A social hour followed adjournment
of the club, during which time the
hostess served cakes and tea.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Stent z and
family, who have been occupying an
apartment in the Clove will,' are now
residing in the Breeding house oh
sei vcii t he chanter .,1,1,.. f,.,.
liast year. Following the met
the irroun ad ioin-n,.,! r,,.- . .,r,-,,. I,.
mens ami a social hour to the W
X. C. Cafe.
MRS. H. y RAK'OM IMIVOKV
VOl H.E WITH DIXXER I'ARTV
n On lhursday evening Mrs. 1 '
Raucom complimented Mr. ;,nd Mis'
Herbert Steely, whose marriage was
an interesting social event in Savan
nah in the late winter, with a dinner
The table was covered with a hand
some imported ivory cloth, and ccn-V'';rd,-,y
a, J".r'l "owl of vellow
uanouiis, wniie placed around th,
eie crystal holders, wjth
Thoe present for the delightful af
...i e.e, .wr. and Mrs. Rich
naruer, Jr., .Miss France
Mr. t K. Weil the r Ii v
DORCAS HELI, i.oV ,.; en ,.TK
U)l Wednesday afternoon, April the
Mb, Mrs. Iam,.s M. Long will be
hostess to the memher.s Of the Dorcas
Hell Love Chapter 11. A. R. n the
occasion .of the regular April meeting
I he guests will assemble i the lounge
ol. the Waynesville Country Club.
- Mrs. ,J. Harden Howell, r'gent, will
preside. 1 he subject ol" the paper of
i u i iiiiuii win i,e "Vallev I
anu will lie given by Mrs.
Camp, Mrs. Williain' Mitch
lantori, will review the
home of (he
Co o per at i n g
F 0 R
Children, Misses, and Women
WILL B E MODEL E I)
By An Attractive Group Of Local People
By Local Children Under The Direction Of
MISS AELITA JACKSON
We take pleasure in cooperating in this event and
believe that such a show should be given each spring
and fall. The garments from this store are represen
tative of our stock, and we hope you will like them.
VOl XCFit SET EXJOV
On Saturday evening .
mine Wagon rohi and Mis:
Lampkin entertained with
lormal dance at th
hitter's sister, Mrs
Among those attending the affair
were: Miss Dollee Marsh, Miss Sarah
Welch, .Miss Mary Morrow Really,
Mis .Joan Phillips, Miss Dorothy
miss, Air. Howard Hyatt, Mr.. Kenneth
Stahl, Mr. Ernest L. Withers, Jr., Mr
Ray Austin, Mr. Wade Franklin, Mr.
Mack Davis, and Mr. Robert Lowe.
LITTLE MISS HETTY SHOOK
(JIVES BIRTHDAY PARTY
On Monday afternoon little Miss
Betty - Shook entertained a group of
her young friends at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. John M. Queen. The oc
casion marked her birthday anniver
sary. . bhe wis assisted in receiving.
by her cousin, Mis- Kathrjn Queen.
After the e-uestq enioved trames
they were invited into the dining 1
room, which was arranged with nn
n-aster motif. Each smal puest was
presented attractive favors, after
wnich ices, cakes and candies were
The guest list included!
Jones, Theresa Alley. Parker Gav.
Jack Alley, Dewev and Jimmv Nnlnnd
Milas Stamey, Sammy Jonet?, Nancy
Walker, Betty Brown, Jean Bradley,
Mary Ann Massie, and Tommy Curtis.
Miss Helen Sisk. who is a 'student
at Duke University, spent the
spring vacations as the guest of her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. N, Sisk.
Mr. Clarence Phillips, nroiect su
perintendent of CCC 426. at Ravens-
ford, was in. town the first of the week,
Mr. W. Vass Sheppard and Mr. Rob
ert Ruark, prominent attorneys, of
Raleigh, spent several dav in town
the first part of the week.
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M -v. -.i : i- at the
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W ". : of the
i .i '! ..ti, arrived
;,:'' 'ii.) o, and
"" : -.--' - ... iWU W itil
avi Mi-. Harry
ai.k Ml '-. . ' i M.vs X'ora
1 .!:: w .' , t;:o guests
'. ' i wvi ,.' "i t'oi nu'i-'s
I .-. X.'h ,-.ii:..:i.
. n Mi Maiv I'.u! r,. !'., : -pent the
a'!, m: ..1 ; ui i 'i '. a- !:,e i::u-; 'of iiiiiii- ill
n S.,1 - I I hn 'ham.
M rs! .In cpi. ine l n.a -'
aiM Mi 1-V: v
i.,o-.i- Mii'tniii-ir to A ;
.; iia . I .-.
I Mi-. Ki'Wi'irt II. St !Virh, ,-, and Mrs.
M rs. Charle., Padjteit. Jr.. .m.i -mail i M. II. l-b.w b-., were among those mo
soiis, Ch.irbv. 111. and P..M. a rr, cd ( toi ii.g to A hc on Monday,
on Friday and an- I lie .-m u of the
foriiier's parent,.. Mr. and Mi-. . . T. n,, ,; Kllnkl, vH,n, j.,.i(iny
1 . ., , Asliex'iile, as the guest of friends.'
Mr. Mack Da is. wl:,, i, a stiiileiu :ii Mrs. Jack Mosser. Miss Jo,sepbine
Davidson College, is .-ponding the! Paws, Miss Louise Moody and Miss
spring vacations with his paients. ' Marie Plntt .spent the week-end in
Mr. and Mrs. (.rover C. Davis. Atlanta with relatives.
Tins stunning spring outfit a
lacy creation of delicate design,
with llower-trinimod straw hat and
black gauntlet gloves was chosen
by lovely Anita Louise, screen
star, for her Easter outfit.
Enie. Meenie,' Minie. Mo.
I'or evervone knows whert'
lis the LADYE FAYUE -you
Learn, about a new Permanent
You wrap the hair 'round and
And what have we found
A beautiful wave come out-there.
Scalp treatment with the spec
ial Massage during which the
hands go 'round and 'round and
the blood comes up from
fli 1 A .
iop as a little machine goes
'round and 'round and what do
you see? Up here on the little
girl's hand a perfect manicure
or below on her little toe
l ou II need a new Permanent
for Easter, nd go 'round and
'round and stop right here.
Ladye Fayre Beauty
make it a
Be Pleased and Proud
Our work is so rarefulljr done.
Oor eqaipment Is of the bent.
Onr materials are of the finest.
And these are the reasons why.
Oor services Bcantlfji and Satisfy.
Genuine Eocene Wavt
Realistic Wave ....... ... . . . .
Empress Self Sotting Wave ...
Wo have other Permanent . . .
. .$5.00 or 2 for $5.01
..$5.00 or 2 for $5.01
. .$4.00 or 2 for $4.01
. ... . . .$3. and dp
Tailored f r o m a
beautiful cloth spun
in Elkin, N. (.'., by
the Chatham Mills.
You will find the Chatham Homespun outstanding in
value and Smartness. Let us show you a Spring
pattern for Easter,
Suggestive of 1936
Arrow Shirts-Byron and Knox Hats
i Interwoven Socks
Shoes By Peters And Freeman
C. E. RAY'S SONS
C. E. RAY'S SONS
JO ANN BEAUTY SHOPPE
WAYXESTTIXE, X. C. PHON'E $