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The Waynesville mountaineer. (Waynesville, Haywood Co., N.C.) 1925-1972, January 05, 1939, Page 4, Image 4

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l THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29) UNTIL JANUARY 21 ANY $1.35 Dress Shirt $1 FOR ANY $1.49 Pajamas SPECIAL .... $1.09 Odds an Ends in Pajamas at CLOSEOUT PRICES Men's Dress Gloves Reduced 1-3 MANY OTHER BARGAINS C. E. RAY'S SONS Local DAR Chanter Observes 40th Anniversary Of Organization An impressive program commem rating the 40th anniversary of the or ganization of the Dorcas Bell Love chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution was presented at the meet ing held on Friday afternoon at the home of Miss Alice Quinlan, with Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan and Miss Lois Harrold as associate hostesses. In the absence of the regent, Mrs, J. F. Abel, the vice regent, Mrs. James M. Long, presided. The Dorcas Bell Love chapter was the third chapter organized in the state and has been outstanding in local and state work for the past four decades, having been hostess to the first state conference, which was held in Waynesville, on July 3rd, 1901. Mrs. Quinlan, a cnarter member, was in charge of the program. In her opening remarks, Mrs. Quinlan told of the organization of the chapter at the home of her father, the late Judge J. C, L. Gudger, on January 9, 1899. There were 15 charter members as follows: Miss Mary Love Stringfield, first regent (later the late Mrs. J. H. C. Wulburn, of Charleston ) Mary Inez Gudger, Annie Elizabeth Quin lan (Mrs. Chas. E. Quinlan,) Eliza beth Frisby Brisco, Nora Lee Welch, (the late Mrs. H. F. Ashton), Sarah M. Love, Minnie Love Lonis, Mrs. R. D. Gilmer, Mrs. J. Howell Way, Mrs. H. C. Marshall, of Philadelphia, Mrs. Holmes Conrad, Mrs. A. C. Avery, of Morgantori, and Mrs. R. Lewis, of Lownesdale, Pa., Bessie Love (Mrs. J. F, Abel). Four of these charter mem bers are now members of the chapter, Mrs. H, C. Marshall, Mrs. Chas. E, Quinlan, Mrs. J. F. Abel, and Mrs. J. Howell Way. Since the organization of the chap ter, there have been on roll altogeth er 115 members. It was said that 5.3 of these were descended from five Haywood county Revolutionary heroes as follows: 23 from Col. Robert Love; 17 from Joseph Howell; 7 from Hugh Rogers, 4 from Jacob Shook, and from Thomas Abel. Mrs. Quinlan spoke of the first state Conference held in Waynesville, over which Miss Mary Love Strfng- field, first state regent presided and of the prominent part Miss String field had in the growth of the state and national society. At this meeting Miss Stringfield was re-elected as state regent and held the position after her marriage to Mr. J. H. C. Wulburn, re turning from Charleston to finish her term of office. Mrs. Quinlan traced the growth of the chapter under the following re gents: Miss Stringfield, 1899-1901; Miss Brisco, 1901-1903; Mrs. M. J. Branner, 1904; Mrs, D. A. Baker, 1905-1906. A brief report was given for Mrs. J. Howell Way, regent for more than ten years by her daugh ter, Mrs. T. L. Gwyn. Regents giving resumes of their work in the order in which they serv ed were: Mrs. B. J. Sloan, Mrs. Maria Mitchell, Mrs. E. B. Camp, who gave that of the late Miss Jessie Rogers, and of her own term of office; Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan, Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn and Mrs. J. Harden Howell. Among the permanent memorials erected in the county by the chapter are: A bronze tablet in the court house to the memory of Robert Love, a tablet in a large native boulder on the court house grounds in memory of the Revolutionary soldiers buried in the county; markers on the graves of Hugh Rogers, Jacob Shook, and John Henry. Mrs. J. E. Henderson, of Canton, showed the members the first minute book of the state conference, which was kept by Miss Nora Lee Welch, afterward Mrs. II. F. Ashton, who served the state society as the first secretary and treasurer. The book is owned by Mrs. Ashton's daugher, Mrs. Jim Henderson. Mrs. Glenn Tweed, of Asheville, Roosevelt Debut I s THE NEW MAIN STREET erace Station NOW OPEN Complete Service SPAULDING UNDERWOOD, Manager E'.cunor Roosevelt At a brilliant ball In the While House, Eleanor Roosevelt, 18, of Boston, niece of Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of the president, makes her debut to society. It was the first White House debut uince 1910 and generally was con sidered the most brilliant. Elea nor is shown in her coming-out party dress. Frederick Nichols, student at the North Carolina State College, left on Sunday for Raleigh, where he will re sume his work, after spending two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nichols. ' ' - ' : ,: Miss Catherine Martin, student at Brevard College, has returned to schoolafter spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin. ' ". Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Byers are now residing at the home of Mrs. Creighton Norris. They will spend several months there, while their home is rented. Mrs. E. T. Duckett was the week end guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Duckett, at their home in Sylva. Master Don Hyatt, who has spent the past week with his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hender son, in the Kirkpatrick apartments, left Monday for Newport News, Va., where he will be with his father the remainder of the winter. gave an excellent paper on '"The for ward look of the D. A. R." Following the program the guests were invited into the dining room which was arranged in the seasonal motif. Mrs. B. J, Sloan poured tea. Assisting in serving were Miss Har rold and Miss Betsy Lane Quinlan. Amonfi! the euests of the afternoon were Mrs. Asbury Barnett, of Ashe ville, state genealogist, of the North Carolina society of the D. A. R. Ben Colkitt. student at Davidson College, has returned to school after spending the holidays here with his parents. V V V Weaver H. McCracken, Jr. student at Western Carolina Teachers College, has resumed his work, after spending a fortnight with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weaver H. McCracken. Leon Killian. Jr.. left Monday for Washington, D, C, where he will re sume his work in an electrical school there, Miss Elizabeth Francis has returned to Greensboro, where she is a student at the Woman's College of the Uni versity of North Carolina. Mrs. Elmer Green and three chil dren and Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller sham, of Durham, spent the week-end with Mrs. A. M. Maxwell at her home in Hazelwood. Miss Sarah Jane Walker had as her guest during the past week-end Miss Evelyn Horne, of Wilmington. Miss Home and Miss Walker are classmates at the Women's College of the University of North Carolina. William Stringfield ha8 returned to Rome, Ga., where he is a student at Darling Military School for Boys, af ter spending the Christmas holidays here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Sam L. Stringfield. Miss Henrietta Love has returned to Raleigh, after spending the holi days here with her mother, Mrs. Hugh A. Love. Patsy Gwyn had as her guest dur ing the week her cousin, Libby Peden, of Canton. . Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Mandt, of Can do, are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Drs. Todd and Todd. When they leave Dr. C. N. Todd will ac company them on a trip to Florida. Sam Mitchiner, of Winston-Salem, spent the first part of the week in town. ' Miss Thomasine Stringfield, who is a student at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, has returned to Greensboro. Miss Eileen Massie, who is attend ing Converse College, has resumed Jier work, after spending a fortnight with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E, Massie. Miss Sarah Welch, who is attending Western Carolina Teachers College, has returned to Cullowhee to resume her work. Mr. W. T. Lee and his daughter, Mrs. Bess Lee Page, who spent the Christmas holidays with the former's daughter, Mrs. Thomas Wood, at her home in Edenton, have returned to town and are now the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Lee. Not now . . . thanks to Black Draught. Often that droopy, tired feeling Is caused by constipation, an everyday thief of energy. Don't put up with it. Try the fine old vegetable medicine that sim ply makes the lazy colon go back to work and brings prompt relief. Just ask for BLACK-DRAUGHT.. "An old friend of the family," 1 A mm mr milium A New Brick Home Man's highest resolve used to be to buy a home; better still, build with Etowah Brick. ny ETOWAH o) M I ' Ei BUILDS BETTER HOMES Moland-Drysdale Corp. Etowah, N. C. Truck Deliveries to All Parts of Western Carolina Frederick Love and Dr. Thomas Stringfield have returned from a visit to Memphis, Tenn. Miss Martha Way and Miss Hilda Way returned on Monday to Greens boro, where they will resume their work at the Greensboro College. Bill Swift, who is attending the Apprentice School of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, returned on Monday after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Swift, here. Miss Marguerite Murphy has re turned to Greensboro, after visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Murphy. She will resume her stud ies at the Women's College of the University or North Carolina.' Miss Anne Albright, dean of wom en at Western Carolina Teachers Col lege, was the guest during the holi days of her mother, Mrs. M. F. Al bright. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Killian and daughter, Mrs. John M. Queen, Jr., and son, Leon M. Killian, Jr., re turned on Saturday from a motor trip to Miami, Fla, James H Howell, Jr., senior in the law school, of the University of North Carolina, returned to Chapel Hill on Sunday morning, after spend ing the holidays here with his parents. Dick and John Willis, of Atlanta, have arrived to visit their gradmoth- er, Mrs. Emma Willis. '.'.. Mrs. B. F. Smathers, who spent the Christmas holidays with her daugh ter, Mrs. Joe Rose, in Chicago, has returned home. Jack McCracken. ' Newport News ShiDbuilH; Dock Company, returneH on Monday morning, after Z the holidays here with his fa 7 Mrs. Reginald Arnold. 0f Ti Tnn i vicit;nn. t 1 oil John Byerly, at the home J Hugh Jolly. Marcus McCracken, who b J work on Monday morning, gfj imig ms parents, mr. and MbJ .... . ic j,aSj . Harold Massie was araons from Waynesville, who went tJ aena w witness tne Kose Bow (566 ralln. COLf flntl Headac and M I iiinr tidi rrb H i-iyuiu, i nDLt i j Que to U SALVE, NSE DROPS In 30 S Try "Rub-My-TIm" - Wonderful lj Repairs On All Makes Of ELECTRICAL AEPLIANClf Daey Electric Cc 10 Wall Street Ashevilli, 1 MAKE 1939 A YEAR OF THRIFT Have your shoes repaired H shop Known tor its good i.l manship and reasonable pi;J . . . that s us. . . 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