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MRS. T. L. GWYN, Editor
MR. AND MRS. E. C. WAGENFELD
OBSERVE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Jif. C. Wagenfeld celebrated the nine
teenth anniversary of their marriage,
"which took place in Lynn, Mass. I he
guest list included only members of
the family, Miss Rachel Brown, of
Sylva, and Mr. James Rose.
Yellow and white were used
throughout the house as a decorative
note. The table in the dining room
was covered with a handsome lace
cloth, and centered by a crystal bowl
with yellow flowers, flanked by yellow
tapers, and the places were marked
with old fashioned bouquets and bou-
Mrs. Wagenfeld wore a gown of
King's blue crepe, while Miss Cor
Tinne Wagenfekl wore light blue chif
fon with matching satin tTimmwgs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wagenfeld and family
came to Waynesville three years ago
from Lynn, Mans., and have made
many friends during their residence
here. Mr. Wagenfeld is connected
with the England-Walton Company.
ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Wood, of
Edenton, announce the birth of a son
on April 20, in Norfolk, Va. Mrs.
Wood is the former Mrs. Grace Lee
Mrs. Dayton Hunter, of Elizabeth
ton, Tenn,, was the guest over the
week-end of her sister, Mrs. John N. i
MRS. JERRY COLKITT ENTER
TAINS CONTRACT CLUB MONDAY
On Monday afternoon, Mrs. Jerry
Colkitt entertained the members of
the Monday Afternoon Contract Club
on the occasion of the regular meet
ing The Ivousa was arranged in
bowls of spring flowers.
Members playing were: Mrs. (James
M. Long, Mrs. Robert H. Stretcher,
Mrs. R. L Prevost, Mrs. Ben Colkitt,
Mrs. F. E. Alley, Jr., and M.rs. C. C.
White. Special gueets of the after
noon were Mrs. M. H. Bowles and
Mrs. W. L. Hardin, Jr.
MRS RUFUS SILER ATTENDS
MEETING IN STATESVILLE
Mrs. Rufus Siler left Monday for
Statesville, where she is attending the
Western North Carolina Missionary
Conference of the Methodist churches
of this section. Mrs. Siler is the pres
ident of the Woman's Auxiliary of the
First Methodist church.
MR. AND MRS. LONG ATTEND RE
CEPTION IN ASHEVILLE
On Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Long attended the recep
tion given by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Jarrett. The occasion marked their
silver wedding anniversary. Mrs.
Jarrett is the sister of Mr. Long.
Mrs. R. E. Wood, of Elizabethton,
Tenn., the former Miss Annie Shool
bred, was the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Shoolbred, over
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Graduates too, will find here the type of clothing needed
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for wear in college next year. Its col
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C. E. RAY'S SONS
WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS APRIL
The April meeting of the Woman's
Club was held on Thursday afternoon,
in the Welch Memorial building of the
First Baptist church with Mrs. John
LeRoy Davis, Mrs. Rufus H. Black
well and Mrs. Jack Messer, as asso
ciate hostesses, Mrs. S. P. Gay, pres
ident, presided. For the occasion the
auditorium was decorated in quan
tities of spring flowers.
Various matters were disposed of
during the business session. A letter
was read from Representative Wesley
D. Disney, of Oklahoma, regarding
the establishment of the Academy of
Public Affairs in Washington, stating
that the bill had recently been rein
troduced and urged the club women
to advise their representative of their
Mrs. Jameg W. Killian, chairman
of civics, stated that four extra men
had been placed on the town force
and a general clean up campaign was
underway in the town.
Mrs. H. W. Baucom distributed pro
grams of "A Midsummer Night's
Dream," which will be shown at the
Park Theatre on April the 23rd, both
afternoon and evening and sponsored
by the club.
Mrs. W. T. Lee, Jt., chairman of
the Fashion Show, gave a report,
stating that $40.00 had been cleared
for the club.
Mrs. Richard N. Barber, Jr., who
represented the club as a delegate to
the State Federation meeting, held
in High Point last week, gave a most
interesting report of the various
meetings and social affairs.
Mrs. Frank Ferguson, chairman of
welfare, introduced Mr. Jack Messer,
county superintendent of education,
and district director of the League
for Crippled Children, who explained
the work of the group. He announced
that with money realized from the
sale of seals, that this section would
be provided with a welfare worker.
Mrs. Frank Ferguson was appointed
chairman of the seal t;ale for the Wo
At this time Mr. Charles E, Ray,
president of the Chamber of Com
merce, spoke on the urgent need of
Waynesville at this stage of its
growth to have a definite city plan
ning program-that in the long run
would be more satisfactory and cheap
er for the town.
Following Mr. Ray's talk, Mrs.
I,awrence Green, accompanied by Mrs.
Evander Preston, sang, "A Prayer
Perfect," by Oley Speaks.
Mrs. H. VV. Baucom had the paper
of the afternoon, and she gave a moist
illuminating review of "Peter Ibbet-
son, by DuMaurier.
The joint meeting of the Woman's
Club and the Community Club, which
will be held on Wednesday was an
nounced by the president, who urged
all members to attend.
BANQUET TO BE HELD FOR BAP
TIST GROUP ON TUESDAY
The regular quarterly meeting of
the Young Woman's Auxiliaries of
the Haywood County Baptist Associa.
tion, will be held on next Tuesday
evening in the banquet hall of the
Welch Memorial Sunday school build
ing of the Baptist church.
Guest speakers of the occasion will
be Muss Mary Currin, leader of the
young people of the state, and Miss
Pearl Bourne, isoUthwide leader of
the group. Dinner will be served
promptly at seven o'clock, and every
young woman in the Baptist churches
of the county are urged to attend.
Mr. Bob Wood ward, of Columbia,
S. C, is spending several days as the
guest of his father, Mr. H. W. Wood
ward, at the Adger House.
Mr; and Mrs. John L. Davis were
the guests of friends in Knoxville,
Tenn., over the week-end.
Friends in town will -be glad to
learn that Mrs. C. E. Hamilton, Jr.,
of Philadelphia, who has spent some
time in Waynesville, i improving af
ter a "critical illness.
ROTARY CLUB OBSERVES
NUAL LADIES NIGHT
The outstanding social event of the
week was the annual Ladies Night,
which was tendered Rotary Anns by
the local Rotary Club, on last Friday
night. The affair was given in the
banquet hall of the Welch Memorial
Sunday school building, of the First
Baptist church. For the occasion the
spacious room was elaborately decor
ated in spring flowers, with the colors
of purple and gold, of the club, much
The windows were filled with sprays
of apple blossoms, and the large U
shaped table, at which the fifty-eight
guests were seated, was arranged at
intervals, with bowls of yellow spring
flowers, while the ceiling of the room
was draped in purple and gold.
Mr. W. C. Russ, president, presided
at the beginning of the evening, af
ter which he turned the gavel over
to Dr. S. P. Gay, program chairman,
and his committee, composed of Dr.
Robert H. Stretcher and Mr. Ralph
Prevost. The committee had charge
of the program of amusements of
Many clever and laughter provok
ing games were enjoyed with several
unique contests. In the guessing con
test, Mre. D. Doyle Alley was the
winner. In the amateur hour staged
Mr. J. Wilford Ray, came out the
As favors the guests of honor were
presented with attractive three com
partment compacts, which were en
graved with the Rotary emblem. As
an added feature to the evening, as
sembly leirqging, with Mr. Evander
Preston, as director, and Miss Mar
garet Walker, as accompanist, was
Dr. Robert H. Stretcher, vice pres
ident, and past president, in behalf
of the organization, presented Mr, W.
C Kuss, who will retire Irom tne
office of president in July, with a
handsome past president's pin. In
his presentation Dr. Stretcher paid a
high tribute to the splendid work
done under the leadership of Air
Russ. (H. W. G.)
HOUSE PARTY GIVEN AT CAMP
Miss Mary and Miss Catherine
Palmer, young daughters of Mr. anil
Mrs. James Palmer, entertained a
group of their friends with a week
end house party at their camp on
Plott's Creek. Mrs. Claude Medford
chaperoned the group. Those enjoy
ing the affair were Miss Louise
Mears, -Miss.- Lucy Medford, MLss
Mary Ann Turner, Miss Lucilo Al
dridge, Miss Catherine Boyd, and Miss
METHODIST CIRCLE NUMBER
THREE TO MEET
Circle Number three of the Meth
odist church will meet Tuesday af
ternoon, April 28, with Mrs. Grady
Boyd at three o'clock. Mrs. John M.
Queen will have charge of the devo
tional. The same circle will serve dinner
at the W. W. N. C, Cafe Saturday
night, beginning at six o'clock. The
public is invited, and the proceeds
will be used for the work of the circle
Miss Eva Leatherwood and Miss
Ila Greene spent the week-end as
the guests of friends in Ilcnderson-
Mr. Wallace Blackwell and a party
of friends were among those motor
ing to Tryon last week for the horse
Rev. R. S. Truesdale was called to
Columbia, S. C, on Wednesday on
account of the death of a kinsman.
Rev. and Mrs. R. S, Truesdale have
as their guests, Mrs. J. B. Penland, of
Columbia, S. C, and Mrs. Thomas
Calhoun and two children, Isabella and
Thomas, of Beaufort, S. C.
Judge Felix E. Alley, who is hold
ing court in Franklin, spent the week
end in town with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Messer left on
Wednesday for Charlotte, where they
will attend the state meeting of the
North Carolina Parent-Teacher Con
Miss Bobbie Jean Truesdale has as
her gueets this week Miss Hilda Og-
burn and her brother, Dr. Herbert
Ogburn, of Greensboro.
Mrs, Charles Miller, who has been
I visiting in town for the past six
weeks, having come here from Honda,
where she spent the winter, left on
Monday for her home in North Web
Miss Lucy Bolton, who has spent
the winter here, left on Monday for
her home in Detroit. Miss Bolton
made many friends during her etay
Mr. and Mrs, John D. Brewer,
Asheville, were the guests over ' t
week-end of Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins
Mrs D. Doyle Alley, district presi
dent, left on Tuesday for Charlotte,
where she is attending the state
meeting of the North Carolina Parent
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLoud and
small daughter, Barbara, of West
Asheville, were the guests over the
week-end of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ferguson.
rw Mr 4ttt. Mar, mcemmmti w m4
$5 value for ..$3.50
2 for .$6.00
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY HONORS
PRESIDENT AT MEETING
Following the regular meeting of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the First
Methodist church on Tuesday of last
week, the members gave the president,
Mrs. Rufus Siler, a surprise hand
kerchief shower. During the social
hour Mrs, Nana Shankle rendered a
musical program, following which the
birthday cake with lighted candles
was brought in, and the honor guest
showered with gift3. This is Mrs.
Siler's second year as the competent
and popular president of the group.
Miss Kathryn Queen had as her
guests on Sunday Miss Nettie Pinnix,
of New Bern, and Miss Dorothy Dick,
of Knoxville, Tenn., classmates at
MRS. R. N. BARBER DELECvrr
TO D. A. R. CONGRESS
Mrs. R. N. Barber, who ha, U,
spending some time with h-r rau:
ter, Miss Mary Ashworth UarU-r
Burlington, is spending this wetk
Washington, D. C, where she LiJj
egate from the Dorcas Bell Love ri"
ter. Daughters of the Amen an
lution, she is attending the NVi.
Congress of the society. "
Miss Lois Harrold and a partv 0
friends spent Saturday in Ashe
.Mrs. Bess Lee Page, who has bn
spending the winter with her sister
Mrs. Cameron C. Lewis, in Cr.ar'et
ton, West Virginia, has returned home
She wag accompanied by Mrs. Lew.j
who will visit her parents, Mr n4
Mrs. W. T. Lee. ' an'
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