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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, AUGUST i
-;- News Events Of Special Interest To Women -; .
ATTKXDED LUNCHEON IN ASHE
VILLE Mis. J. K. Abel ami Mrs. J, harden
Howell attended a luncheon tfiven in
Asheville on Wednesday by the Ed
ward Buncombe chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion. The party was given in the
private dining room of Grove Park
The affair was given in honor of
Mrs. Henry Roberts, Jr., of Indian
apolis, the newly elected president
general, of the National society of
the Uaughters of the American Rev
olution, who is visiting Mrs. VV. H.
Belk, of Charlotte, at her summer
home at Montreal, one of the vice
president generals of the National
A number of state officials and statrf
chairmen were among the guests.
Following the luncheon Mrs. Roberts
made a talk. Mrs. Abel is regent (of
the Dot-as Bell Love chapter, and
Mrs. Howell is state chairman of
Mrs. Ralph Pressley and small son.
Gene, of Asueville, visited her moth
er, Mrs. Addie Proffitt and relatives
over the week-end.
Eli Mt-Gee, Sea Unit, U. S. Naval
Training Station, has returned to his
duties at Newport, li. I., after a visit
to his mother, Mrs. Eli McGeo. In
September young McGee, who is mak
ing a splendid record, will be trans
ferred to San Diego, Cal., where he
will enter the Ordinance School, af
ter passing his examinations, with
Mr. and Mrs. K. ,J. Robeson have
as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Robeson, Jr., of Newport News, Va.,
three daughters', Ruth Curtis,
Mr. and Mrs. I!. S. Marsh and
(laughter. Miss Doilee Marsli, and
their son, Buddy, leave this morn
ing for Rochester, N. V. They have
been called North on account of the
death' of a sister of Mrs. Marsh.
", IWMIUI U! T9.S! I 11 I 'MMlft. M iL - .til' Lfm ' m
Grapefruit Juice 4 c
Bananas 4 lbs. 15c
4 rolls 17c
Peanut Butter 2,
MAXWELL HOUSE v
COFFEE lb. 24c
Lard or Fat Back lb. 1 Oc
Pound . . . .
PICKLED PIG FEET lb.
Blue Ridge or Swift li rook field
PORK LOIN ROAST lb.
MOLLIE BOONE MISSIONARY SO-;
CIETY TO HOLD MEETING I
The Mollie Boone Missionary So
ciety of the First Methodist church,
j will hold the regular monthly meeting
Ion Tuesday afternoon, August the 'Jth
I in the ladies parlor of the church. 1
' Miss Bessie Boyd will have charge .
of the program. All visitors in town
j are cordially invited to attend the
I meeting. i
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BAPTIST WOMAN'S MISSIONARY I
SOCIETY TO MEET TUESDAY j
The Woman's Missionary Society ,
' of the First Baptist church will meet
at .i o clock on luesday atternoon on
the lawn of the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Hurst Burgin. All members !
are urged to attend this meeting. In
cases (where transportation is de
sired members are asked to com
municate with their circle chairman
who will make provision for them.
Mrs, Cora Hargrove, of Paint Rock,
Texas and her daughter, Mrs. Dale
Campbell, and two small daughters,
of Sweet Water, Texas, returned to
their homes last week after a two
weeks visit in the county. While
here they were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Massif and Mr. and Mrs.
Weaver Cathey, of Pigeon, and other
relatives in the Pigeon section.
Mrs. W. M. R. Burnett and daugh
ter, Miss Lucy Barnett, of Alameda,
Calif., were the recent guests of the
former's sister-in-law, Mrs. (ieorg.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rippetoe, Jr.,
of Miami, will arrive Sunday for a
visit, to the former's parents, Mr. ami
Mrs. F. (J. Rippetoe, at Linganiore.
Mrs. Frank Albright had as her
guests this week at her home in Ha
xelwood, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncan
and Miss (iertrude Bridges, of Green
ville. S. ('.
Mrs. John Hodges, Jr., of Green
ville, N'.C, and Mrs. 11. W. Colson, of
Charlotte, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George A. Kunze.
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Miss Haseltine Swift is the guest
'of Miss Joyce Juniper at her summer
I home in Tryon. Miss Swift and Miss
Juniper were classmates last year at
! Miss Agnes Simmons, who has made
her sister, Mrs. R. Stuart Roberson,
an extended visit, has gone to her
: home in Ahoskie.
Mrs. Grady Rogers and Mrs. J. E.
Chandler have returned from Eliza
! bethton, Tenn., where they visited the
former's sister, Mrs. Walter Dungan.
i Mr. and Mrs. Dave Casey, Jr., of
j Fleeshing, L. I., who have been visit
i ing at the Bliss House, have returned
I home. Mrs. Casey was the former
! Miss Dorothy Bliss, who resided
here for sometime.
Douglas Edwards ha ,
Edwards at the hona-",, '
Mrs. Francis Massie f,,.' a y ',r.
visit. Following tiui; .V'"
nesville Mr. and Mrs. K ' ' .
go to Tampa, where tr.r'v "I '
residing for a couple
which they will g0 t., V 'M'
they will make their TT'"
future. - 1
Miss Mary Stringti,-! i i,y ,
Stringfield and Sam St'--were
guests of f, i,.,;.;"'.
Mountain over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John ( an
ter, Miss Mary Carr, who hUVt
many summers in Waynes-!
rived on Saturday and w,n
iiiunviia iiere as "lies-
home of Mrs. Hugh Jollv. "
Miss Mary Emma Massie wiiose man-rage to Caiieton E. VVeatherby
will be solemnized on August the ISth in the First Methodist Church.-
Cut ( 'ohi trxij Axlii'rille ( it izi:i)-Tnnen.
Miss Marv Emma Massie
To Wed Mr. C. K. Weatherby
The eiigageiiu-nt and approaching
marriage of Miss Mary Emma Massie
to Carleton K. Weatherby was an
nounced Friday at a luncheon given
by Mrs. Bonner, sister, and .Mrs.
Hugh Massie, sister-in-law -of the
The affair was held at the home of
Mrs. Massie. Attractive .--'miniature
brides and bridegrooms placed on the
tables were used as a means of an
nouncing the betrothal. The house
was decorated with summer flowers,
and a color scheme of led and white
Following luncheon contract bridg
was enjoyed and prizes were given to
the high and low score winners. An
attractive gift was presented to Miss
The guest list included Miss Bab
bie Way, Mrs. Herbert Braren, Mrs.
John Queen, Jr., Miss Mary String
field, Mrs. M. H. Bowles, Miss Fannie
Pearl Felmet, Miss Hester Ann With
ers, Miss-Margaret Perry, Mrs. aV.
Collins, Miss Tillie Rotha, Miss Alice
Stringfield, Miss Martha Mock, Mrs.
J. C. Reese, Mrs. T. N. Massie, moth
er, of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Roy
Packman, sister of the bride-elect.
Miss Massie is the youngest daugh
ter of Mrs. T. N. Massie and the late
Mr. .'Massie, of Waynesville. She at
tended the Waynesville schools and
was graduated from Greensboro col
lege, Greensboro, 'and is a member of
the faculty of the Waynesville high
Mr. Weatherby is the son Of Mrs.
C. E. Weatherby, of Faison. He was
graduated from the Faison schools
and Duke University, Durham. He
is principal and athletic di
rector of the Wayiiesville high school.
He is a member of the Pi Kappa Phi
The wedding will take place at the
Methodist church of Waynesville, Au
gust 18 at .10 o'clock in the morning.
MISS MARY EMMA '.MASSIE HON
ORED WITH PARI YON TUESDAY
Mrs. Carl Boutwell and Mis. Iler-li.-lt
Biaren were joint hostesses on
Tuesday at the home of the former,
honoring .Miss .Mary Emma Massie,
bride-elect, of this month, whose mar
riage to Carleton K. .Weatherby will
lake, place on August the 18th.
A pi-ol'u.sion of gladioli adorned
tiie rooms where the tables were
arranged for contract!. When the
scores were .totaled Miss Mary String
Held held the high and Miss Babbie
Way was the winner of 'the-' second
When the cards were put away the
bride was tendered a linen shower.
I l-erei v-iou- mntu- I f ,-w.f
w t li i.i i.- aim use-
ful gifts of 'household linens.
Making up the tables for contract
were: Mis Mary Emma Massie, Mrs.
John M. queen, Jr., Mrs. W'hitener
Prevost, Mrs. Felix Stovall, Mrs.
Josephine Comman Ferguson, Miss
Babbie Way, Mrs. S. P. Gay, Mrs. J.
J. Ferguson; Miss Hester Anne With
ers, Mrs. Hugh Massie.
Mrs. T. N. Massie, Jr., of Sylva,
Mrs. C. J, Reece, Mrs. C. C. White,
Mrs. Richard N. Barber, Jr., Miss
Mary Stringfield, Mrs. F. E. Alley,
Jr., Mrs. Bill Prevost, Mrs. White
Mease, Mrs. M. H, Bowles, and Mrs.
During the tea hour those playing
contract were joined by the follow
ing: Mrs. T. X. Massie, mother of
the bride-elect, Mrs. Guy Massie, Mrs.
Jim Massie, Mrs. Roy Parkman, Mrs.
Bonner Ray, Mrs. W.T. Shelton, Mrs.
L. M. Killian, Mrs. E. B. Camp, Mrs.
X. W. Garrett.
Mrs. Dave Russell, Mrs. John
Stephens, Mrs. E. B. McClure, Mrs.
James G. Huggin, Jr., Mrs, C. A.
Rhodarmer, Mrs. A. W. Collins, Miss
Tillie Rotha, Miss Martha Mock, Mrs.
H.'Cy Lindsley, Miss Sue Willard Lind
sley, and Mrs. Dewey Stovall. !
Miss Emily Siler has gone to Rich
mond, Va., where she will visit a
classmate, Miss Ellen Munroe.
Miss Agnes Schapfer, of Washing,
ton; wjll arrive Sunday to spend the
remainder of the ' -summer, with her
mother, Mrs. Fitbzhugh Schapter, in
Miss Maltha Way left on Sunday
for Mt, Airy, where she will join n
friends and they will go to
visit another classmate at historic
Curies Neck Farm on the James
River, near Richmond. Before re
turning home Miss Way will visit
relatives in Culpepper; Va.
Miss Jean Gully, of Atlanta, was
the guest: of her cousin, Mrs. Jack
Wav over the; week-end.
Harry Whisenhunt, who' has been
Miss Tillie Rotha has returned
home after visiting Mrs. J. T. Knight
at her residence in Asheville.
Bill Swift has arrived from Xew-poi-t
News, where he is attending the
apprentice school of the Newport
News Ship Building and Dry Dock
company, of that city.
Miss Mary Alice Dungan, of Eliza-,
bethton, Tenn., is visiting relatives
Marcus McCracken, of Newport
News, arrived during the Week to
visit his parents, Mr. nndMrs. Theo.
Miss Ruth Carolyn Gaddy left on
Sunday for Lynchburg, Va., where
she has entered the Lynchburg City
Hospital school for nurses.
Miss Flora Stewart, who has spent
Mrs. M. D. Stewart, of, Sanford, X.
C. at Myrtle Beach, has returned It
a student at the University of the the past two weeks with her mother,
State of Washington, located in Seat- town and resumed her duties on the
tie, arrived during the week and will , nursing staff of the Haywood County
spend six weeks with his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. J. E. Whisenhunt, at their
home in Hazelwood, before returning i
for the fall term
Miss Ethel Craig has returned from
!a visit to friends in Richmond.
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And In Addition With Every Package
Honest Quality - Sanitation
rimiir Yukon's Western, 24 Ib.sSOc
riOUr Metropoliton, 24 lbs. . SI. 00
10 lh hnr
Br 25 1b. bag . .
rf Santo, 2 lbs. ......
VUiicc Maxwell House . . . ...27c
HEALTH CLUH -j A
25 07. Can .. . . ... DjQ
R I'M FOR I) nn
12 oz. Can . . JC
. . .2 for 25c
Sunshine Peaches n ;
Swans Down CAKE FLOUR . . 27c
BULK VINEGAR ..... .. ... 19c
SCOTT - TISSUE ... 3 for 2.'!c
WALDORF TISSUE 3 for 13c
Maxwell House Tea 1-4 lb. .23c
WITH GLASS 1-2 lb. . ..13C
PEANUT BUTTER, 32 ozs. . . . . . 25c
Silver Nip Grapefruit Juice, 2 for 25c
QiMt 2oaUi QieAk Produce
For The Very Best In Meats
You Can Depend On Our Markets
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MASSIE'S DEPT. STORE MID-SUMMER SALE CONTINUES WITH BARGAINS THROUGHOUT THE STORE
.LADIES $5 and $6 SHOES Tri C? fiviui n ti shoes
Reduced Now To
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