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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
" MRS.'BEN SLOAN,
Laura Woody Is .
: Hostess For
Miss Laura Woody entertained a
group of young people at a party
at her home on the Country Club
Drive Saturday evening, honoring
Miss Nancy Joe Doggett and Miss
Naomi" Tate, 'of "High Point, who
were visiting here '.for the , week
end. , . ..
Dancing and games' were feat
ured and refreshments were served.
. Attending-te affair in addition
to the hortor guests were Miss
Nancy Francis, Miss Sally Stovall,
Miss Linda Sloan, Miss Lane Pre
vost, Miss Elizabeth 'Watkins, Miss
Julia Ann Stovall, Miss' Ann Co
man Crawford, Dale Ratcliffe,
Bobert Massie, Carl Mundy, Jeff
Reece, Robert Stretcher, Jimmy
Galloway, Stanford Massie, Jimmy
Swift, and George Dewey Stovall.
Dpngld Rfieq Is
On Merit List
Donald Rhea, son of Mr. and
Mrs. V. M. 'Rhea, of Hazelwood has
, been placed on the merit list at
Georgia Military College, Milledge
ville,' Georgia.' He U a member of
the sophomore class.
Donald attained the honor on
aceount of a' high scholastic aver
age as well as a good conduct rec
ord. He will be given special privi
leges onHhe campus and is entitled
to wear a merit badge-. ' ' '
Woman's Club To
The January meeting of the
Waynesville Woman's Club will he
held at the Presbyterian church,
' Thursday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock
. Miss1 L6uiSe' Ballard, vice-presi
dent," will preside' in the- absence
of Mrs, Frank Kinsey, president,
and the program will .be presented
by Mrs. Raymond Lane, chairman
of the International Relations
To Meet Tuesday
The Wesleyan Service Guild of
" the First Methodist church will
meet tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock
,-at the home of Mrs. W. A. Brad
' ley on Eagle's Nest Road. ' . v
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Seeks New Members
The January meeting of the
American' Legion ; Auxiliary was
. held at the 'home of the president,
Mrs. W.' H. Burgin, on Friday
-Mrs. J. T. Russell, membership
. chairman, launched a drive for
new members and the group decid
ed to work toward, 'doubling the
i. .membership of the" Auxiliary by
April 30. Mrs. Sam' Kelly and Mrs.
Martha: Ann Mehaffey were ap
pointed to serve as team captains
- for the drive. 4" " ' -Plans
were made for the Valen
tine Dance which will be sponsored
jointly by the Legion Auxiliary
" and. the: y.FWl Auxiliary at the
Waynesville Armory-tn Friday,
( February 10. - -
, A social hour followed the meet
ing With' Mrs. Leo Martel and Mrs.
Lee Bramlett acting' as hostesses
with Mrs. Burgin. -
. . . mattes tins" ptiarrhacy
your Power Plani "lot" a
healthier; happier life! Qui
Pharmacists have the
"kridjv'-TiQw" to use their
tools, the integrity to fol
low your doctor's orders.''
Your )Valgreen Agency
! ! '
IJome , Owned & Operated
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and CLUB AQTIVITIES
n.fna PVinno fi
Church To Give
The temperance drama, "Priso
ner At The Bar," will be presented
at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at the Haz
elwood Methodist church during a
union service for the Baptist, Pres
byterian, Methodist and Church of
God congregations. . ,;
The announcement was made
today by the pastor, the Rev. M.
B. Lee. .'' .
The Rev. Paul Thrower, pastor
of the Hazelwood and Bethel Pres
byterian churches, will fill the role
of presiding judge; Jarvis Brock,
counsel for the defendant; Hazel
wood Police Chief Ossie Suttoh,
in the part of the sheriff; the Rev.
Q. J. Cox, Church of God pastor,
as the state fingerprint expert;
Mrs. W. J. Nichols, Waynesville,
route 1, witness for the-prosecu-tion;
Miss Janice Ruff, prisoner's
daughter; Ben Winchester, clerk;
Boyce (Rock) Powers, bailiff; and
W. J, Nichols, foreman of the
jury. F, W. Wilkinson, the de
fendant. Jonathan Creek
Set For Friday
Residents of Jonathan Creek
Township will hold a "Go For
ward" road meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Friday at the Rock Hill School.
The meeting, announced by the
township road committee of Jule
Boyd, Bob Messer and Dick Moody,
will-be for the discussion of the
highway problems of the Jonathan
Creek area. '
AH residents of the community
are urged to attend.
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White Oak CDP
Meeting Set For
By MRS. GEORGE BORING
The residents' of White Oak will
hold a Community Development
Program meeting January 25.- '
The ladies are requested to bring
. Cruso residents named Lester
Stockton their Community Devel
opment Program chairman ' and
Dowe Reece the vice-chairman last
week-end in the election of 1950
Nell Vance was elected secretary-reporter,
and Mrs. Wilburn
Ijflrs. Frariklin Is
Mrs. C. H. Franklin was elect
ed chairman of the Cove Creek
Community Development Program
last week-end when the residents
of the community named their offi
cers for 1950. ! '
John Howell was elected vice
chairman; ' Mrs. Vinson Morrow,
secretary; Mrs. Henry Allison,
treasurer; and Mrs.' D. C. Davis,
Betty Ann Brown
Is Party Hostess
Miss Betty Ann Brown enter
tained a group of high school girls
at a slumber' party following a
meeting of their! Girl Scout troop
Thursday night. . ' ' r
The guests were Miss Margaret
Reece, Miss Mary Jane' Rogers',
Miss Edna Callahan, Missf Joyce
Carter, ' Miss Nancy LeaOierWood,
Miss Betty Noland, and 'Miss.'vSara
Brown. ':' ' .'
Miss Margie Cope, who is now
was a week end uest of her'tndtH
er, Mrs. L. L. Cope, at her home in
Balsam. She returned to Detroit
by plane on Sunday.
Office ' .
. Qyer Slack's
267 Main Street
Office Hour 9-12 2-S .
Office Phone 1123
Residence Phone 1032-W
f) PomD PVir.no 4R9.T
To Mrs. J. H. Way
A memorial service for the late
Mrs. J. Howell Way was held 'at
the January meeting of the Dorcas
Bell ' Love Chapter, Daughters of
the . American Revolution, Friday
afternoon at trie orne of 'Mrs.
Ben Colkitt. Mrs. Way was a char
ter member bf the chapter ?and
served for twelve year s regent.
Mrs, S. H.' Bushnell was in
tribute to Mrs.'Way's long' life of
tribute to Mrs. Ways long life of
service in theD.A.R., civic organi
zations, and her ciiurch. Mrs. Har
ry Marshall Tead 'the '121st Psalm
and :Mrs.- John ' Klrkpatrick1 sang
a soloi5 "Resit In the Lord," by Men
delssohn': ' Miss Rette Hannah was
' Mrs. J. M. Long presented to
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, daoghter of
Mrs. Wa, a bowl of white floiers
which was used' at the memorial.
'Mrs.' f- W; Killiah; regent, pre
sided during the business' tldlir 'and
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt spoke on "Forts
of the American Revolution".
Mrs. H. M. Leach of Lake Juna
luslta and Mrs. Ramsay Buchanan
of Sylva were introduced as new
members of the chapter and Mrs.
J. H. Howell, Sr., senior president
of the Joseph Howell Society of
the Children of the American Rev
olution, announced thattwo of her
charter members, Miss Betsy Siler
and Miss Marguerite Way; had
transferred to the Dorcas Bell
Love Chapter. - -
Mrs. Killian reported a gift ' of
records sent to Moore General
Hospital at Christmas and Mrs.1 J.
H. . Howell, Jr..' chairman of Girl
Homemakers, announced plans for
the annual Cotton Dress Contest
to' be held this month. '
Delegates to the Golden Jubilee
State Conference of the D.A.R., to
be held Mn Charlotte in March,
were named. They include Mrs. J.
H. Howell, Sr., Mrs. Colkitt, and
Mrs. Gwyn. Alternates are Mrs.' R.
N. Barber, Mrs, Harry Lutz. and
wrs. jarnes fcjwood. - '
Will JVfepi At
''.'''''' " ; .:
The Haywood County Council
of Home Demohstrajtion Clubs will
meet inVthe Little tpourt Room at
the Court House tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock. ;
Mrs.' Paul Hyatt, new nresident.
will preside and other new officers
will asslime their duties. They are:
Mrs. Henry ' Francis, vice-president;
Mrs.' Jimmy ' Williams, secretary-treasurer:
and 'Mrs. Otis Cole,
publicity chairman. ' "
Miss Nell ' Kennett, district
home agent, will be present and
will assist Miss Marv Cornwell.
county home agent, in discussing
the home demonstration club pro
gram for the year.
The county council is made up
of officers of the twenty-one home
demonstration clubs in the county.
Pvjrs. .Caldwell -Is
Hostess For "
Mrs. J. R. Caldwell was hostess
for the January 'meeting of the
Iron Duff Home Demonstration
Club on Friday afternoon. "' '
uunng the business' hour the
group elected new officers and pro
ject leaders and committees were
appointed to serve during the year.
Mrs. Grady Davis was elected
president; Mrs. F. M. Davis, vice
president; Mrs. F. E. Chambers,
secretary; and Mrs. Frank Brad-
shaw, treasurer ,
Project leaders are; foods and
nutrition, Mrs. F. E. Chambers:
home gardents. Mrs. E. W. White
and Mrs. It; N. Palmer; home poul
try, Mrs. Belle McElroyr food pres
ervation, Mrs. J. R. Caldwell; house
furnishings, Mrs. Grady Davis;
family life, Mrs. Roy Medford;
home beatuification; Mrs. Manson
Medford, f'dhd ''Mrs. Frank' Brad
shawj clothing, Mrs. troy- Messer;
arts and crafts, Mrs. F. E. Cham
bers;" and music.'Mrs. F. E, Cham
bers. ' "-'v.; "!;v v H -.;:;
' Named on committees were: Mrs.
Manson Medford, community service;-
Mrs. Kimscy Palmer; health;
Mrs. E, W. White, education; Mrs.
Grady Davis, citizensbip;' Mrs. Belle
McElroy, recreation; Mrs. J. R.
Caldwell, Mrs. Roy Medford and
Mrs-. Frank. Bradshaw, loan fund;
and Mrs. Tloy Medford, Mrs. J. R.
Caldwell and Mrs. Frank Bradshaw,
4-H leaders. - ' - ' .
' The demonstration for the after
noon was given by Miss Mary
f, v f Moreuevccousii-
ln)g spasms, muscular soreness, rub
throat, chest and
back at bedUme V 7 1 i I I
WltH tlm-t3ted ' VAoRk
i w m &r .... . t.
MRS. CARL O. DKNNIS, JR.. who was Miss Maude Putnam before
her marriage on November 20; In tyriaml'. She is the daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Putnam of Lake Junaluska.
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New officers and project lead
ers were elected and new commit
tees were named for the Fines
Creek Home Demonstration Club
at a meeting of the group held
Thursday at the County Kitchen.
The new 1 officers are Mrs.
France Rogers, president; Mrs.
Cauley Rogers, vice-president; and
Mrs. Dee Clark, secretary and
Project leaders Include: foods
and nutrition, Mrs. R. M. McCrack
en; home gardens, Mrs. R. M. Mc-
Cracken, Mrs. Cauley Rogers; home
poultry, Mrs. Charlie McCrary,
Mrs. F. C. Green; food preserva
tion, Mrs. Carl Green; Mrs. Dee
Clark; house furnishings, Mrs.
Mark Ferguson, Mrs. Charlie Mc
Crary; home management, Mrs. M,
M. Noland. Mrs. Dick Noland; fam
ily life, Mrs, Mark Ferguson; home
beautiflcation, Mrs. France Rog
ers; clothing, Mrs, R. C. James,
Mrs. France Rogers; arts and
trafts, Mrs. R. C. i James; and
music, Mrs. Mark Ferguson.
Committees are as follows: com
muhity service. Mrs. Mark Fergu
son. chairman, Mrs. Dock Noland,
and Mrs. France1 Rogers; health,
Mrs. Carl Green; recreation,' Mrs.
Charlie McCrary; loan fund, Mrs.
R. M. McCracken; 4-H ' leaders,
Mrs Caulery, Rogers, Mrs. Carl
Green, Mrs. R. M. McCracken, Mrs
France Rogers ' and Mrs. Mark
Ferguson. ' 1 . , ,
Miss Mary Cornwell, home agent,
gav,e the demonstration tor me
month on 'Know your nome
Demonstration Club," and plans
Were made for the February meet
ing to be held 'at the Fines Creek
School with Mrs, Mark Ferguson
and Mrs. Carl Green as hostesses
AFTER 16 YEARS 1 r
' 'WHITTIER, Calif. (AP) -
More than 16 years after the dis
astrous Southern California earth
quake of 1933, this city is getting
around to repairing its high school
The quake damaged roof sup
ports and beams and the building
was abandoned. It has been forbid
den territory ' for1 students' ever
since. The'city once" decided to re
model ' it, then learned ' a larger
building was needed because of an
Ince'rase in the number tof students.
rNow Workmen are ripping .'off
the roof. Using the original walls
they will convert it, at a 'cost !of
$381,000, into a classroom and li
brary building. 1 '
They Knew What They Liked
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S ' i
Tvo Baltimore, Md., sisters knew exactly what they liked, as one
art expert put it. And how their trea&ure Is a Mecca for art lovers,'
Miss Etta Cone bequestcd the fabulous collection' of fine art she
and her sister, Dr. Claribel' Cone, had collected over the years to
the Museum of Art of Baltimore. Etta done died last Augi(st, 20
yeari 'afler diath had taken' Her sister;' ' '' '' -
.P-.... i r i .. i :: ;:t .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. .Cobb left
Sunday to spend a few days in
Atlanta. , - , "
Mrs. S. T. Neal arrived Sunday
for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Mrs. C. E. Rothrock of Reids
ville, arrived Sunday to attend
funeral services of her grandmoth
er, Mrs. John K. Boone, and is with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Rufus
Siler.,:' . v
Mrs. D. H. Bess of Lincoln coun
ty, N. C. arrived last week for a
visit to her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cobb. :
Mrs: Robert Breece and Miss
Helen Ray left Saturday for Jack
sonville, Florida to visit the form
er's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. William Clark, for a few
days. . '
Miss Mary Ann Massie, student
at Duke University, Miss Eugenia
DOUne, : smueill at max o v"i-
lege, ' and Jimmy Boone, who is
attending State College, arrived on
Sunday to attend funeral services
for their grandmother, Mrs. John
K. Boone. ; : :
" Mrs. Joe Doggett and daughter
and son, Nancy Jo and Bill Dog
cett, and Miss Naomi Tate of High
Point spent the week end nt their
summer home on the Country Club
Drive. ' . 1 i
Dr.sand Mrs. R. L. McKittrick
left yesterday for a visit to rela
tives in Edgefield and Greenwood,
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Woltz of
Mt. Airy .came up Friday to join
their young son, Elliott, who has
been with his 'grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, for the
past two "weeks. - Mr. Woltz left
yesterday for New York while Mrs.
Woltz and Elliott remain for a
Peek's ' visit' with Mr. and ; Mrs.
Gwyn. - , : ' . ., , 1 ' '
.. , ; ',.
Mrs. C, L. Dickson of Durham
and her" brother, Rogers Boone of
Huntington,' West Virginia are
here 'to attend funeral services for
their 'mother;" Mrs. J. K; Boone
Miss' Louise Johnston who has
been visiting her sister, Miss Mar
garet Johnston, left Saturday; for
her home in Fayetteville. She was
accompanied by Miss Margaret
Johnston! "who spent the week end
Polio Ball Will
Be Sponsored By
Beta Sigma Phi
Plans for the annual Polio Ball
were completed at a meeting' of
the Beta Sigma Phi sorority, spon
soring group for the event, at a
meeting held Thursday night in
the Court House,
' The ball will be held Friday
evening, January 27, at the Waynes-
ville Armory with music by leuay
Martin andjiis Orchestra. ,
. Arraneements will be maae oy
the following' committees, appoint
ed by Mrs. Herbert Braren, presi
dent of the sorority: TicKei com
mittee, Mrs. Charles McDaris
chairman. Mrs. Jimmy Fields, anC
Mrs. William Cobb; Publicity,, Mrs,
Charles Woodard, chairman, Mrs
Harry Lee Liner, Jr., and Mrs
Sebe Brysbn; Decorating comnuf
tee Miss Ediih Summerrow am
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Miss Thelma Ann Jones; cijei-id
committee. Mrs. Wayne Corpen
ing, Mrs. Edwin Russell, Miss Ed
na Summerrowt and Mrs. Stanlej
Mrs Herbert Gibson. Jr., and
Miss Bernice Harrell will be ii
charge of collections at the thea
tres. ' . :'
The program for the meeting was
presented by Mrs. Charles McDaris
and Mrs. Harry Lee Liner, Jr., on
Symphonic Music. Mrs. McDaris
spoke on the origin and history of
the ; symphony and Mrs. Liner
Meeting Js Hed
The .annual Parish meeting of
Grace Episcopal Church was held
at the Parish House last Wednes
Supper was served prior to the
business session and a large num
ber of members attended. ;
Reports were heard from Mrs
John Taylor, Mrs. William I. Lee,
Mrs. Dan Cross, Mrs. J. F. Abel,
Miss Mary Michal, and Mrs. Kath
arine Reed for the various organi
zations in the church. V '
Mrs. Roy Campbell and E. M.
Rothermel were named as new
members of the vestry.
Following the business, Kimball
Barber paid tribute to the outstand
ing work of the Rev. Edgar Goold,
rector of the church; and Mrs,
Goold. . " V;
ANCIENT SNAKE FOUND
, RIO de JANERIO (AP) An 80-mfliion-year-oid
snake has been re
ported found near San Jtfse Ita
boral, small town In Rio de Janerio
stato A rennrt in the trpnlneifnl
muse'um here says a fiekl paPty,
digging ip a site whach has been
explored' for 20 yeargf ound'fossil
birds, lizards, plants and a snake
estimated to belong to the tertiary
age. The snake is the first of that
type found In Brazil, says the 're
port.;' ,".- rt ' -' '
TOADS FOR LONDON
SYDNEY,- Australia v'( A P) An
export license recently granted will
allow an air-freight consignment of
giant 7-inch 'toads to a medical re
search center ;in England. Scient
ists consider the toad of ereat
value for research into the activ
ity of the nervous system.' 11
Torreya, known as gopherwood,
is native in : America in Liberty
county, Fla., and the southwestern
corner of Decatur County, Ga.
Bob Hall accompanied his sister
Miss Lela Moore Hall, of Sylva, to
Durham for the week end;' '
.... . .
Mrs. Robert E. Hance and little
daughter of Columbia, S. C. were
guests '. of ' Mrs. ' L. r L." Cope of
Sam Welch of Atlanta spent the
week end here on business.
Oipi. 1949, Kmj ttm Synf Inc,
Tou're pot gaming him! All you're doing i mkkke'
- - bim thiak hjt father is cra- - f
' fl H:
Uandsome daytime dress.
By VERA WINSTON 1
BEAUTIFUL, BRIGHT Vi
brant colors and soft pastels,
that's the ticket now in wool
jersey, rather than the neutral
grayed tones of yore." A rich,
glowing amethyst hue marks this
handsome go anywhere' dress of
wool jersey, a good choice for '
stay-at-home or traveler. Thre
jeweled buttons secure the collar.
less V neckline. The bodice is
seamed through the midriff and
released for fullness over the bust.
Inside tucks below the waist are
released into gentle folds at the
center front of the skirt. In back
the skirt is cored. '
Is Dead; Was 63
SONOMA, Calif., 'Jan. 15. (AP)
General of the Air Force Henry
H. (Hap) Arnold, died today at his
ranch home in the peaceful Valley
of the Moon. He was 63 years old.
The veteran airman, wartime
commander of the Army Air Force
succumbed to a heart condition. He
had been ill since 1944. It wasn't
until June 30, 1946, however, that
he allowed himself to retire to his
50-acre ranch 40 miles north ! of
Dr. Russell V.
Lee of Palo Alto,
have quit during
the war when he
had his first at
tack (in 1944).
But things were
hot then and he
decided to takt
his chances witr
the rest of the
soldiers and wenl
back to duty." ) v 1 1
Dr. R. L. Mollenhauer of Sonoma,
called Mrs. Arnold after the five
star general had collapsed in 'his
roonii arrived shortly after he
died about 7:25 a. m. The cause of
death was given as coronary oc
clusion. Arnold will be buried in Arling
ton National Cemetery. The funeral
has tentatively been set for 3 p: m.
(EST) Thursday. Thje Air Force
in Washington relayed a request
from Mrs. Arnold that flowtrs be'
omitted and that persons wishing
to pay tribute contribute to the Air'
Force Aid Society for establish
ment of a scholarship fund.
Vctf rights ?Ui' s $
H n 2.
S 75 : s.
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