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ff Al'GUST 18, 1938
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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.k,r Mrs. Ed W. PoU. who is
Unit the season at the uunnam
toter Billy Howell, of Jackson
vA Fla., is visiting his grandfath-
Kr. Clyde H. Kay. '
SCHOOL TIME MEANS
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We do work Right, and
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SEXT TO WESTERN UNION
Mrs. N. J. Smith, of Lynchburg, Va.,
is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. M. F.
Mrs. George Semmes and two small
sons, Jack and Jean, of Jacksonville,
Fla., are visiting the former's father,
Mr. Clyde H. Ray.
Mrs. James Williams, of Woodst
own, N. J., is visiting her mother,
Mrs. K. W . Kinsland, at her home in
the Crabtree section.
Mrs. A. E. Brown, of Lakeland,
Fla., and her son and his wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Brown, of Palmetto,
Fla., are spending several days in
town on business.
CONDITION REPORTED TO BE
Martha Mae W'yche, who has been
critically ill in the Biltmore Hos
pital, where she has undergone an
operation, is reported to be much
improved. Mr. and Mrs. Wyche plan
to bring her home from the hospital
the last of the week.
Mrs. Laura Duckett and two daugh
ters, of Florence, Ala., are visiting
the former's brother, Herbert Wells,
at his home on Crabtree,
Mrs. Pete De Frairo and son, Joe,
of Charlotte, are visiting the form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asbury
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Jeffords and
Miss Armstrong, of Clearwater, Fla ,
who have spent many seasons here,
have arrived and have taken an apart
ment in the Clevewill for the remain
der of the summer.
. Glasses Kitted
. Maid St.
DR. R. KING HARPE
Canton, N. C.
Reduced . .
Until Saturday, August 20th
SEVERAL TABLES OF ODD PIECES
REDl'CED MORE THAN . ......
s. 50 "
Clyde Ray's Flower Shop
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D0X'T LET LAUNDRY WORRIES DISTURB
YOUR HAPPY HOME BE MODERN!
ashldny husband becomes unhappy and neglected because
la, "e and ironing at home makes his wife too exhausted to re-
with ready and 60 out for diversion! Save a full day a week
nd nU,r,eXpert Iamdry service youH find it more economical
"full keep y0ungerj
Waynesville Laundry, Inc.
W- GILLIAN BOYD AVENUE
VISITOR HONORED WITH CON
Miss Louise and Miss Tillie Rotha
entertained with an informal after
noon of contract as a courtesy to Mrs.
Marshall Hunter, who is a guest at
"Windover." Mrs. Hunter was the
former Miss Carter Jaundon, of At
lanta, and has spent many, seasons
here before her marriage.
Making up the tables were Mrs.
Hunter, Mrs. Frank Therrell, of
Scottsboro, Ala., Mrs. Charles Harde,
I of Elyria, Ohio, Mrs. Winifred Baker,
! of Orlando. Fla., Mrs. Walter Taylor,
of Baltimore, Miss Mildred Crawford,
i Mrs. LeRoy Davis, and Mrs. Joe
JOHN L. DAVIS HONORED ON
BIRTH DAY ANN IVERSARY
Mrs. John L. Davis entertained
with a family dinner party on Thurs
day evening in observance of the
birthday anniversary of her husband,
John L. Davis.
Mr. Davis who came here several
years ago fram Knoxville, is connect
ed with Hyatt and Company,
He was the recipient of many gifts
and good wishes from his friends on
Mr. and Mrs. Claude des Champs
and family, of Bishopville, S. C, will
arrive the last of the week to spend
some time at De Vista Terrace. The
family have been coming to Way
nesville for the past twenty-five
Miss Margaret Terrell has return
ed from New York City, where she
attended summer school at Columbia
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Miles and small
son, of Washington, D. C. are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Terrell.
Mrs, Miles was the former Miss
Mr. and Mrs. James Michaels, of
Durham, announce the birth of a son
at the Watts Hospital, Durham,'' on
August the 15th, Mrs. Michaels Was
before her marriage Miss Margaret
Blackwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. H. Blackwell.
.Mr. 'George Rotha, of Raleigh, is
spending a fortnight with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rotha. Mr.
Rotha holds a position with the
Southern Bell Telephone Company,
He was formerly located in the Char
lotte office, but was transferred this
spring to the Raleigh office.
Mrs. Rowland Howard and son.
Jack, and Mrs. James Howard, of
Hampstead, N. C, are visiting the
former's mother, Mrs. Garrett Reeves,
at Lake Junaluska.
Jack McCracken, who is with the
Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry
Dock Company, of Newport News, Va.,
is spending this week with his parents,
Mr. arid Mrs. A. H. McCracken.
CHURCH GROUPS ENJOY PICNIC
AT SOCO GAP
The senior and intermediate train
ing unions of the Hazelwood Baptist
church entertained with a picnic sup
per at Soco Gap on Thursday evening,
with fifty-four in the party.
The young people were accompa
nied by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellcr, the
former B. T. U. director of the Hazel
wood church, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Knight, Carl Swanger and Charles
. Special guests aside from the mem
bers of the group were: Mrs. G. E.
Utsey and children, of Jacksonville,
Fla.. Mrs. Laura Tyler and Miss Ben
nie Frank Hankinson, of Aiken, S. C,
Ann Tyler Kearsey, of Augusta, Ga.,
Kermett Murray and Miss Doris
Wright of Topton.
Miss Elsie and Miss Edith McCrack
en had as their guests last week Miss
Edna and Miss Sara Beth Hill and
Charles Knight, of Encore, S. C.
Edwin Rodgers returned to Charles
ton, S. C, this week after visiting his
mother, Mrs, Gilbert Reeves. Young
Rodgers will be on the faculty of Por
ter School this year, teaching in the
lower school and serving as coach in
the upper school.
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Miss Opal McCracken is spending
this week in Enka, where she is visit
ing friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Richeson have
as their guests for the remainder of
this month the Iatter's parents, Mr.
and . Mrs. W. B. Evans, of Pittston,
Man Is Holding
A Revival Here
Rev. William L. Long, of Nebraska,
and a native of this county, has start
ed "an old fashioned" revival at tho
Smathers Street Mission, and will
continue for, the next thirty days,
with one service daily at seven-thirty.
Rev. Mr. Williams left Haywood
forty years ago, and has been a fre
quent visitor since going to the mid
west. He was baptized in Richland Creek,
near where the depot stands, 47 years
ago, he reports, and recalls that eight
inches of ice had to be cut away at the
The Smathers Street Mission is
I near the Sulphur Spring property.
MR. AND MRS. C. J. REECE HAVE
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reece had as
their guests at their camp on the
Pisgah road over the week-end, Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Burnett and two
children and Mr. and Mrs. John Rubel
and son, all of Newport, Tenn.
BRIDE OF THIS WEEK TENDER
ED DINNER PARTY
Miss Alta Walker, of Canton, was
hostess on Friday night of a dinner
party honoring Miss Mary Emma
Massie, who was married this
morning to Carleton E. Weatherby, in
the First Methodist church.
The affair was given at the Old
Bell Tavern in Canton. The table
was attractively arranged in garden
flowers. The guest list included Miss
Massie, Carleton E. Weatherby, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Parkman, and Harold
During the evening the hostess pre
sented Miss Massie and Mrs. Park
man, bride of the early spring with
CIRCLES OF METHODIST CHURCH
TO HOLD MEETING
Announcement is made by the chair
man of the following meetings of the
circles of the missionary society of
the First Methodist church:
Circle Number 1, will meet with
Mrs. James E. Massie, at .'!:'!) o'clock
on Tuesday afternoon, August the
Circle Number L will meet with
Mrs. J. R, Boyd and Mrs. Dee Clark,
as associate hostesses at the home of
former on Tuesday afternoon at :t:!U).
Circle Number I!, will meet on Fri
day afternoon, with Mrs, Homer Plott
at her country home on the Soco Gap
road. Mrs. T. L. Brainlett will serve
us associate hostess.
Circle Number 4, met with the
young people's '.circles of the churches
of the town at a picnic meeting held
on Tuesday night the Kith.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Massie have as
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
H. Evans and two sons, Dean and
Henry, of Springfield, Penn. Mr,
Massie and Mr. Evans served in the
same company during the World War.
Mr. Evans was a member of the reg
iment selected from the Army of Oc
cupation to join the parade headed
by General Pershing in the Alied
countries as a farewell, after the Ar
mistice was signed.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schenck, of
Wauchula, Fla., are vacationing . ;U
the Brookside Farm at Dellwood.
Miss Catherine .Martin has returend
from Charlotte where she visited Mrs,
Clarence' Welch. Mrs. Welch is the
former Miss Frances Hobbs, niece of
Dr. and Mrs. O. T. Alexander, and has
often visited here.
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Hooked Rugs At
Quilt Show Were
Manv Beautiful Patterns
Quilts Entered In Annual
Quilt Show Here
Dicus, second prize, Mm. James W.
Receiving honorable mention ware:
Patchwork quilt by Mrs. J. P. Dicus;
pieced quilt top by Mrs. D. V. Phil
lips; yoyo quilt by Mrs. E. B. MeClure;
and applique quilt by Mrs. R. Q.
Of ; McCracken.
A large number of local people and
visitors attended the annual quilt and
handicraft show which was spon
sored by the Woman's Club last
Thursday. The exhibits were on dis
play in the building formerly occu
pied by Raiff's department store.
Along with the new articles were
shown many quilts and coverlets of
other generations. Mrs. J. P.Dicus en
tered a quilt made by her great grand
mother, Tabitha Pridgen, of Pender
county, before the War Between the
States. Mrs. Ben Colkitt also dis
played one made by her grandmother,
of unusual design.
There were more hooked rugs this
year than in any previous exhibit,
showing the improvement that is be
ing made in this type of hand work.
The winning rug made by Mrs. R. Q.
McCracken, was greatly admired, for
its pattern and fine hooking.
Those winning prizes were as fol
lows: Woven spread, first prize, Mrs.
R. Q. McCracken, second prize, Mrs.
Clark Medfor, tufted spread, Mrs.
Paul Walker; embroidered spread,
Miss Kathryn Queen; crocheted
spread, first prize, Mrs. F. E. Alley,
second, Ben Colkitt; new patch work
quilt, first prize, Mrs. J. P. Dicus, sec
ond, Mrs. F. E. Alley.
Old quilt, first prize, Mrs. J. P.
Dicus, second prize, Mrs. Ben Colkitt;
silk quilt, Mrs. R. Q. McCracken, new
applique quilt, first prize, Mrs. Jim
Medford, second prize, Mrs. R. Q.
Mc( 'racken ; afghau, Mrs. James
Summers; pillow cases, old, Mrs.
John M. Queen, new, Mrs. J. P. Dicus;
wool hooked rug, first prize, Mrs. R.
Q. McCracken, second prize, Mrs. J.
Silk rug, first prize, Miss Edna
McKay, second, Blanche Ferguson;
needle point, Mrs. J, Wilford Kay;
luncheon cloth, first prize, Mrs. J, P.
State Official Of
Eastern Star Coming
Mrs. Athalea Brown, of Tarboro,
worthy grand matron of the Eastern
Star of North Carolina, who is now
making official visits this week to the
chapters in the 11th district,, will visit
the local chapter here tonight.
A large number of members are
expected to attend the meeting which
will be held in the Masonic Temple
Tom cms with four inches
ADCCD TO THE LEGS TO MAKE
MATCHING EASIER, ORIGINAT
ED IN THE BRITISH ARMY
In our display room, each service?
is fully described and accessories
plainly marked. You are cordially in
vited at any time to visit the J. M.
Wells Funeral Home and inquire alout
Wells Funeral Home
Canton, N. C.
WE'LL SHOW YOU THE
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built-up leather heels!
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Exact copies of expensive
originals! . . . . '.'.'
SCHOOL OXFORDS AND DRESS
SHOES . .
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SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN