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gUKSPAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1 944 (OaeDay Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESV1LLE MOUNTAINEER
jjfs. Frank Kinsey
Paper at Club Meet
Mrs. Frank Kinsey, Jr., had the
. A 1 T
Mper 0f the aiternoon at cne imo
rtabsr meeting of the WaynesviUe
(Toman's Club, which waa held on
Thursday afternoon at Oak Park,
ith Mrs- James W. Killian, presi
u. Kinsey had as her subject,
wtxhle Women of the United
States " She defined six qualifl-
ijtions " --
... ininHiner: conraee. love and
undersianuing uuih."i.j, ku
purpose, personality and vision.
She named twenty women of this
tountry who rated high and pos
thpsp Qualities and then re-
luted the outstanding events in the
lives of five as follows: Clara Bar-
founder 01 the American Red
Jane Adams, founder of
Helen Keller, blind
,nd deaf lecturer; Mary Lyon,
founder of Mt. Holyoke; and Elea
During the business session, Mrs.
n. Rav. chairman of the nin
l,ua0. - -
money bond drive in the club, ask-
ti that tne memners oruig in me
lacks of their stamp boks which
had been filled by the next meeting.
Mm Prank Feraruson. chairman
of the Christmas Tuberculosis seals
,(tpH that the camrjaien would he
greeted through the schools, indus
trial planus ana Dy man.
Mrs. J C. Brown asked that the
members contribute bulbs for beau-
tification of school prounds. She
stated that clans were under
in for the community Christ mas
tree, and urged that anyone having
old clothes donate them to the col
lection for needy in Europe.
Hiss Ida Jean Brown, accompan-
Pauline Ferguson Gives
Party For Craig Dance
Pupils On Tuesday
Ui uacc on Tuesday even
ing at the studio located in the
Boyd Building on Main Street. The
Thanksgiving motif waa observed
n the appointments Musical
games featured th i..: i
01 the evening.
The guest list included: Linda
Welch, Clara Su Shuler, Betty
Sawyer, Susie Swanger, Mary
Crouser, June Hundley, Mildred
Medford, Corkey Ferguson, John
ny Heinz, Dale RAt.rliffo b--i
Ferguson, Mary Chase Hall, Nancy
FurUdo, Patsy Reeves, Patsy Sims,
Maxine Sims. Juanita u.n,mj'
Ruby McDaniels, Anne Heini. Betty
rciuici an june uendrix.
To Hold Benquet
The Methodist Vntk irn,..,w;
Subdiatrict banauet will tin hM
Tuesday night at Bethel school
gymnasium at 7 nn on th eatk
according to an announcement
made bv Miss Alithn rrl
aent of the organiiation.
Miss Cora Mae WnrW nf ron
ton, will be in charee of th n.
gram, and Rev. Houtz, pastor of
the Bethel Methodist church will
preside at the meeting.
Hear Rev. Mr.
Rev. Walter B. est, district
superintendent of the Methodist
church, will be the speaker at the
Rotary Club at the Maples on Fri
day at one o'clock. J. C. Madison
will be in charge of the program.
Last week the club heard Lt.
Hill, just back from France, and
Lt. Gordon, just back from 26
months in the South Pacific. Both
men told of their experiences. Lt.
Hill told of the robot bombs, and
pointed out that the bombs were of
a greatfr menace than Americans
had been led to believe. The bombs
were (ievastatine. and kent war
workers' nerves on edge through
out the night and prevented top ef
ficiency the next day.
Lt. Gordon led a squadron of
men against 800 Japs and succeed
ed in killing 130 Japs and breaking
through their lines to an American
Company on Guadalcanal. He has
been awarded several honors for
his work in the Pacific. Both men
are now stationed in Asheville.
During the afternoon they ap
peared at Dayton Rubber Company
for a War Bond Rally.
ied by Mrs. Cornelia Nixon, sang a
group of three gongs by American
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatnck gave a
brief report of the district meet
ing held here last month.
Hostesses of the afternoon were:
Mrs. John B, Hipps, Mrs. B. A.
Williamson and Mrs. (Cornelia Nixon.
"Our name and service here survive
since Eighteen Hundred Sixty-Five"
diet Ub CORRECTS
YOUR WATCH ir
No. 8 Church Street Telephone 514
(Opposite Masonic Temple)
Today See . . .
Last Rites Held
For Chas. Smith
Of Champion Fibre
Funeral services were held at
the First Bantist. rhurrh in AaW
ville on Monday afternoon for
Charles Ensl.'y Smith, 69, of Ger
trude Place, Asheville, who died
Saturday in Johns Hopkins Hos
pital, Baltimore, where he under
went an operation three weeks ago.
The Rev. Perry Crouch, postor,
officiated. Burial was in Bon-A-Venture
cemetery, near Canton.
Mr. Smith was general woods
manager for the Canton and Hou
ston (Tex.) divisions of the Cham
pion Paper and Fibre company and
members of the entire "Champion
family" served as honorary pall
bearers. Mr. Smith is survived by the
widow, Mrs. Asia Smathers Smith;
one son, Sgt Earl Smith, stationed
with an army artilley unit in
France; one daughter, Mrs. Lillian
Barnes, who has been residing In
Texas for some time with her hus
band, Capt. Johnnie Barnes, of the
army; three sisters, Mrs. Ed M.
wuiiams, of Canton, Mrs. Lloyd
Jarrett, Asheville, and Mrs. J.
Robert Long, Bryson City; a half
sister, Miss Ruth Smith, Asheville;
one brother, W. R, Smith, 6f Mar
ion and a half-brother, Jim Long,
MISS QUAY MAI NKY, of
H.-izelwood anil ;il i iimire, whose
"t'.jrapt'nietit. to J. Paul Taylor, of
:I iiulri I, V. Vh., is luumunoed this
fk Uy hor father, James E.
M.uini v. of Ha"Hlwiod. The briiie-
i-I.H-t is now Making her home in
lta'.'minre ai.il the marriage is
scheduled to fake place iti lialti-M!'-r
in early Otvembcr.
The bridegroom-olect is the son
of Mr and Mrs. James I,. Taylor
and is employed at the Bethlehem
F-ur!ield Shipyards of Baltimore.
At Church Here
Several hundred attended the
service held at the First Metho
dist church here on Sunday after
noon at which time the memorial
carillonic bells, donated to the
church by S. C. Satterthwaite and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Massie were
Rev. J. Clay Madison was in
charge of the service. Miss Hea
ter Anne Withers, on behalf of
her uncle, presented the bells,
which were given as a memorial
to her grandfather, the late S. C.
Satterthwaite, and to honor her
grandmother, Mrs. S. C. Satterthwaite.
J. E. Massie, who with Mrs.
Massie, is the donor of the amply-
fying system, presented the unit to
the church as a memorial to his
son, Frank Massie. Both gifts
were accepted by the pastor.
A feature of the program waa
a fifteen minute recital on the
newly installed bells, with Mrs.
W. L. Matney, organist of the
church, and Mrs. Hugh Massie on
125 Main Street
WL R. KING HARPE
Canto. N r
Special prices as listed in our Bell Ringer Catalogues
are now in effect We are sorry that some items have
not arrived due to last minute cancellations. We have
a wide variety of Toys, Dolls, Games, but stocks of
all items are limited.
SHOP EARLY AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENTS
; 00-16 Grade I
DAVIS TIRES y 1 $14.65
Dolls 2.07 up Wheel Barrows - 1.00 up
Bears 3.39 up Wagons . - - 2.99 up
Doll Houses - . 1.00 up Anti-Aircraft Gun .33 up
Dart Games - - .98 up Pull Trucks . - .89 up
Guns - - - - .49 up Games ... - .25 up
Trains - - - . 1.49 up Blocks - - - - .35 up
Fort and Soldiers - 1.00 up Desks ... 7.95 Up
Army Sets - - .28 up Rockers .... 3.10 up
Navy Sets - - .28 up Black Boards - - 1.49 up
Paint Sets - - .69 up Moulding Clay Sets 1.08 up
DAPiirflf ?nnq-rWe k6 imited quantity of Tree Light
uctmauuiiySet, B(J, clUHter8i Light BuIbs
C. R. ECKHOFF
You Will Find Ready At Ray's -Winter
Underwear Of About
- - - Every Type
And We Illustrate Below Some Styles for Men and Boys
Shirts and p "
shirt and shorts the year
We have an assortment
of which we are really
Men's Briefs 490
Winter Weight Knit Shirts-Shorts-
As Illustrated to the left
we carry a group of knit
shirts, slips or drawers,
and knee length shorts
designed for the man
who needs warmth but
does 1 noi Wear union
Baits. Large sizes only.
Ankle Length Slips
And Here Is the Story About
- - - Union Suits - - -
We really have them and
in sizes for men
-36 to 52-
Light Medium Heavy
Both kng and short sleeves
HANKS SUITS YES
10 WOOL SUITS
MEN'S UNION SUITS
Fine Balbriggan Underwear
For men who want lightweight winter underwear
of ae grade, we have-
Union Saits with both long and short sleeves
vSeparate shirts with both short and long sleeves.
Both shorts and ankle length slips.
Winter Underwear For Women
- - and Children - - -
Yes It's Here Now In About Every Type and Size
Until this week we had
been short on some sizes
. . in some types of
winter underwear for
women and children
But today and from
now on thru the season
. we expect to be able
to supply about every
thing. In women's wear ....
- Union Suits -890
Men's Separate Heavy
- -Slip-Shirts- -
- Union Suits -790
We can show yoc just
RAY'S Department Store
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