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Ly. OCTOBER 9. 1941
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Woman's Club, sponsoring
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f the local irww vx uui
are entertaining this af
tVia fipmitn and their
Mrs. E. C. Wagenfeld, with
raal party. The affair will
i it the FFA chapter house
high school grounds. Mrs.
n Brown, chairman of the
,t nmmift.fie in the club.
1st as hostess, assisted by
Emily Siler, who has been
cing at the home of her
Mr. and Mrs. Ruius biler,
day for Chapel Hill where
attend the State Welfare
this week. Following her
re she will go to Lumberton
urae ner worn in we kod-
iiinty welfare department.
Mrs. Hugh Massie Gives
Dinner For Sunday
School Group Last Night
Mrs. Hugh Massie, newly elect
ee president ol the Wesley Fel
lowship group, of the First Metho
dist church, was hostess of a din
ner In the dining room of the church
last night honoring the members of
The tables were centered with
bowles of flowers in pastel shades
ana smau oid-lashioned nosegays
were given as favors to each
Around fifty were invited to the
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Stentt, the
latter teacher of the
in charge of the entertainment of
Bethel Senior Class
Gives Party for Juniors
The senior class of the Rothoi
high school were hosts on Friday
nignt oi a party honoring the mem
bers of the iuninr clans nn.w.
and music featured the program.
witn an interesting story told by
J. 1. unappen.
Faculty members nrespnr fo rtm
affair were Mrs. Tyson Cathey,
Mrs. j. ts. soesbee, J. T. Chap-
pen ana w . r wnitesides.
Miss Marie Plott and Mrs.
Louise Lupton left last Thursdav
for a two weeks' visit in Hnllv-
wpod. Fla., with the latter's sister,
Mrs. Margaret Francis Patton.
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Mr. and Mrs. Toy Glenn and
the latter's father, j. F. Cabe,
returned Sunday from Carolina
Beach, where they had spent the
past week as the guests of Mr
and Mrs. Dave Cabe.
Marcus Rose and a party of
friends attended the Duke-Tennes
see game in Durham on last Satur
Robert Plott, student at Mars
Hill College, spent the week-end
here with his parentsMr. and Mrs
G. C. Plott
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Lovely Marge Brisco, 19-year-old
Indiana Corn Queen, who hails from
Lafayette, Ind., is pictured as she
arrived in Chicago to tell Windy.
City residents all about the Cora
Festival to be held in Fowler, Ind.
Fred Crawford and Miss Carolyn
Culpepper, of Atlanta, were the
guests of the former's mother,
Mrs. W. T. Crawford, on Sunday.
They were en route to Atlanta
from Durham, where they attended
the Duke-Tennessee game on Sat
Miss Frances Rose, who is con-
Security Administration in Mur
phy, spent the week-end in town
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James K. Kose.
Miss Roberta Norris, student at
Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege, spent the week-end in town
with her mother, Mrs. T. C, Norris,
at the Maples. She had as her
guest a classmate from the college.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jones left
iuring the week for Pasadena,
Texas- where they will visit the
former's brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Jule Jones. En
route they will stop in Tuscaloosa,
Ala., where they will visit their
Ron, Mark Jones, who is a student
at the University of Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berry, of
Gal ion', Ohio, arrived yesterday to
ipend a few days here with the
latter's sisters; Mrs. Hugh A.
Love, Mrs. J. L. Stringfield and
Miss Caroline Alstcatter. They
are en route to St. Cloud, Fla.,
where they spend their winters.
Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Battle and
voung son, Wayne Battle, Jr..
were the guests of Mr; and Mrs
G. C. Plott over Sunday.
Miss Billie Rotha had as her
guest over the week-end Benjamin
barter, of Knoxville.
Sergeant Ram Morris, of Camp
Cr.ft, S. C, spent the week-end
in town with Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Withers
had as their guest the first part
of the week Mrs. Roy Corbitt. of
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stovall
had as their guests over the week
end the latter's sister, Miss 'Janie
Tucker, of Marion, and Harold
Tucker, of Hickory.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Grahl, of
Beaumont, Texas, were the guests
of the former's brother and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Linwood
Grahl, and other relatives here
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Curtis Russ had
as ' their guests over the week
end, Miss Myrtle Bennett, M's
Edith Roper, Mrs. Howard Bennett
and Mrs. . Martha Surrels, all of
Hendersonville. Miss Bennett is
a sister of Mrs. Russ.
Mrs. Jasper P. Morgan and
young daughter, Catherine Way
Morgan, of Durham, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Mor
gan, parents of the former's hus
band, Dr. Morgan. From here they
returned to Durham, but will
shortly leave for Washington, D.
C, to join Dr. Morgan, who is a
lieutenant in the Naval Reserve,
and is now located in the capital.
Mrs. O. T. Alexander, who is
now making her home in Charlotte,
is spending a week or so here with
friends. She was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abel for sev
eral days and is now visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Hardin.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grahl, of
Dalton, . Ga., formerly of Waynes-1
ville, arrived during the week to
spend a fortnight here with rela
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hyatt -and
children, J. D., Aaron and Kathryn,
and Carroll Bell visited Mr. Hyatt's
sister in Webster on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Calhoun, of
California, are visiting Mrs. Nettie
Calhoun in Hazelwood, the former's
Mr. and Mrs, Marshall Mull,
Miss Juanita Goodman, Miss Lucy
May Carroll, and Ben Underwood
made up a party spending the
week-end with Wilborn, Hobert,
Maurice and Harry Lee Goodman
Joe-E. Tindell, of Spring City,
Tenn., visited , his sister, Mrs.
Nancy Keener, during the past
week. Mr. Tindell was en route to
Durham to the Duke-Tennessee
Mr. and Mrs. George Niles, of
Griffin, Ga., arrived last night and
will spend a few days here as the
guests of .the latter's sisters, . Mrs.
C. F. Kirkpatrick and Misa Robena
Col. and Mrs. W. I. Lee, of Gat
linburg, spent a few days in town
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burrell an
nounce the birth of a son at their
home in Hazelwood, Sept. 30th.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green an
nounce the birth of a sob, Sept.
23rd. Mrs. Green is the former
Miss Marion Allen.
The Haselwood Boosters Club
will meet in the Town Hall Thurs
day night, October 9th at 7 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Setser and
small son, of Lenoir, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Brendle and
other relatives here this week.
Mrs. J. W. Winchester and gi-ahd-daughter,
Hilda Ruth Bowen, left
Sunday for Florida for an extended
visit. ., -
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Miss Dorothy Williams left Fri
day for Washington, D. C. where
she will be the guest of relatives
and friends for a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs, T. L. Bramlett had
as their guests over the week-end,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fowler and two
children, Bobbie and Donna Marie,
of Chapel Hill. Mrs. Fowler is the
former Miss Almerie Bramlett,
daughter of Mr. Bramlett.
Mr. and Mrs, Roy Campbell left
Saturday for a visit to the latter's
sister, Mrs. Odin Beull, in Buell
ton, Calif. En route they will stop
in Denver, Salt Lake City and other
places. They will also stop for a
brief visit with Mr. Campbell's
sister in Newport, Oregon. From
there they will travel down the
Pacific coast to San Francisco and
Los Angeles and then to Buellton.
Mrs. David Stentz left Saturday
for Savannah to join Lt. Stentz, U.
S. Air Corps, who is now stationed
there on duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Way and
young daughter, Marguerite Way
and son, Charles Burr Way, attend
ed the Duke-Tennessee game play
ed on Duke's field, Saturday after.
Miss Stacy... Wilburn, who is a
senior at the University of North
Carolina, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. und Mrs. H. C
Mrs. Iris Watson and Herbert
Womble, of Kinston, have been the
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Lewis Burress, of Cruso.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blackwell
spent the week-end with relatives
in Tryon. They were accompa
nied by Miss Josephine Plott an
Hurley Brown who were their
Mr. and Mrs, Harold Milner and
children, Dorothy, Patsy and Jack,
of Hazelwood, and Miss Nancy
Fisher, of Canton, spent Sunday at
the University of South Carolina
in Columbia with Bill and Jim Mil
ner, who are students there.
Kenneth Moore, of Fort Jackson,
spent the week-end here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs,' Jess More.
Mr. and Mrs. John Blalock and
Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Jones spent
the week-end in Raleigh at Peace
College with Miss Kathryn Blalock,
who is a Student -there.
Grover Robinson, of Fort Jack
son spent the week-end here with
Mrs. Robinson. .
Mr. and Mrs.. John Wright and
family had as their guests over
the week-end iHr. and Mrs. Law
rence Wright and sons, Jess and
Seleran and Mr. and Mrs. Adkins
Wright and children, Billy Ann and
Betty Jean, all of Gastonia.
Mrs. J. E. Clark, of Lake Juna-
luska, spent the week-end here with
her daughter, Mrs. R. M. Scates.
Robert McKay, of Hazelwood,
visited in Newport News last week.
Robert Cope, Jr., of Fort jack-
son, spent the week-end in Hazel-
wood with his family, '
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wyatt had as
their guests over the week-end,
their daughter, Miss Lillian Wyatt,
and a friend, Miss Christine Brant
ley, both of Raleigh.
Mrs. Nathan Phillips has as her
guests this week her daughter and
her children, Mrs. Fred Marcus, of
Chicago, Illinois. j
Mrs. Bill Sutton and son, Farrell,
snent a few davs last week in
Charlotte and Mount Holly, with
Officers Of W.N.C. Teachers Group
HUGH BEAM, superintendent
of Marion schools, is president of
the Western District Teachers As
sociation, which meets Friday and
Saturday in Asheville.
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House Ccmmittee To
Investigate N. Y. A.
The House appropriation commit
tee subcommittee decided Tuesday
charges of "irregularities or ques
tionable practices" in the Na
tional Youth Administration. .
Kansas City Has Second
Bad Storm In 6 Weeks
Kansas City had its second bad
storm in six days this week. Three
were killed and 125 injured. The tor
nado damaged hundreds of homes.
30 Traffic Deaths
In Sept. In 50 Counties
Thirty were killed in traffic ac
cidents in the 50 western counties
of North Carolina during Septem
tember, a report showed this week.
FRED W. GREENE, is secre-
j tary-treasurer of the North Caro
lina Education Association, of Ra
leigh. He will have a part on the
(teachers' program this week-end.
On Gas, Oil, Coal
A special House committee has
' been named to inquire into the sup
ply of coal, oil and gasoline on
, the Atlantic coast.
Hazelwood P. T. A. To
Meet Monday Evening
The Hazelwood P. T. A. will hold
their regular monthly meet in the
auditorium of the school on Mon
day evening, Oct. 13bh, at 7:30
Mrs. Ellen Louise Queen, pro
gram chairman, has announced
that the i speaker of the evening
will be Dr. C. N. Sisk. His subject
will be "Nutrition,"
L. C, Davis, president of the as
sociation, requests that all fathers
who have children in Hazelwood
school be- present.
161st Rattle of Kings
Observance of the 161st anniver
sary of the battle of Kings Mount
tain was made Tuesday in the his
toric town near the South Carolina
Miss Collie Garner spent the
week-end with Mrs. H. H, Garner,
Grady Gibson is building a new
home and plans to be in it before
Mrs. C. A. Warren, who has
been spending the summer with
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. A
Sisk, has returned to her home in
The weekly prayer meeting and
officers and teachers meeting will
be held at the Bethel Baptist
church Friday at 7 o'clock; Rev.
A. E. Peek, pastor of the church,
is urging that all members be
present. Bill Mehaffey is in charge
of the services.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Buchanan, of
Danville, Va., were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
The grade mothers of the Bethel
school held a meeting on Monday
afternoon in the auditorium. Mrs.
Virginia Terrell was chairman of
the speakers who held a discus
sion to enlarge the P. T. A.
80 Enjoy Annual
Approximately 80 enjoyed the an
nual Rotary picnic Friday night at
the barbecue pit of the Piedmont
No formal program was hel J,
and the members of the club, their
wives and guests spent the even
ing chatting around the large bon
fire. -'..", . ;...'
R. B. Davenport was chairman of
the committee, in charge. Aaron
Prevost is president of the club.
Mississippi leads in percentage
of motor vehicles registered from
1938 through 1939 with an increase
of 13.4 per cent.
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The Bethel home demonstration
club will be held at the home of
Mrs. I. A. McLain on Wednesday;
October 15. All members are
urged to be present.
Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Riirdon and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rigdon and
small son visited relatives in Bre
vard recently. (
The Bethel P. T. A. will hold
their monthly meeting on Thurs
day, October 16, at 2 :30 in the
auditorium. Mrs. Hugh Terrell,
president, is requesting that all
parents try to be present.
Miss Geneva Reynolds snent the
day recently in Dillsboro with
ner uncie, virgu Reynolds.
The Bethel Banrtist Sunday
school members enjoyed an old
fashioned childrens day last Sun
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The program was titled "The
King's Garden" and was sponsored
by Mrs. I. A. McLain. Miss Gen
eva Reynolds, Miss Betty Cogbun
and Mrs. Horace Peek.
Mr. and Mrs. Guv Wells and Mr.
and Mrs. Clifton Terrell spent a
week at the beach and Lake James.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scruggs
and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Waddell
and son, Jack, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs, Homer Scruggs in
Newton. ' ? .
Mr. and Mrsl Julius Hoyle and
children, Francis and Richard, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles George, in Greenville, S. C.
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Rufus CarswelL of Fort Jackson,
spent the week-end here with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hockstra
and children, Buddy and Hazel
Withers, visited Mr and Mrs. Bill
Withers and Mr. and Mrs. Porter
McClure a few days last Week.
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