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SOCIETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES
MRS.' BEN SLOANj Society Editor Office Phone 700 Home Phone 462-J
First Patient In Cerebral Palsy Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. McCracW
Attend Tea At"
Three members of the local
chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority attended a program tea
given by the Morganton chapter of
the sorority Sunday afternoon In
the Morganton Community Build
. Misg Clyde Willis, field repre-
sentative from the International
Office In Kansas City. Mo., was a
Attending from here were Miss
Bernice Harrell, Mrs. Charlie
Woodard, and Miss Edna Summer-
Richland Garden i
Club Holds First
The first spring meeting of the
Richland Garden Club was held
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Har
ry Lutz with Mrs. James L. El
wood and Miss Kalherine Reed, as
Following luncheon the meeting
was devoted to business and a dis
cussion of the club's projects for
the coming year.
Mrs. Rufus Slier, new president,
presided and other new officers as
suming their duties were Mr$. T.
Lenoir Gwyn, vice president; Mrs.
Richard Barber, Jr., corresponding
secretary; Miss Katherine Reed,
recording secretary; - Mrs. Clayton
Walker, treasurer, and Mrs. James
- Committees, were named s fol
lows: program, Mrs. Gwyn, Mrs.
M. G. Stamey, Mrs. Howard Clapp,
and Mrs, Elwood; .budget and fi
nance, Mrs. Clayton Walker, Mrs.
Whitener Prevost, and Mrs. Bon
ner Ray; conservation birds, trees,
wild flowers, Mrs. W. F. Swift, Mrs.
J. H.' way, 'Mrs. Howard Bryson;
horticulture, Mrs. J. M. Long, Mrs.
James R. Boyd and Miss Louise
MacFadyen; telephone, Mrs. J. P
Dicus, Mrs. Gordon Schenck.
Roadside development and beau-
tification, Mrs. J. W. Ray. Mrs
John Smathers Jr., and Mrs,, Aaron
Prevost; flower show, Mrs. Jona
than Woody. Mrs. Richard Barber.
Mrs. Roy Parkman and Mrs. John
Queen; arrangements and judging,
Mrs. tiarrv LuIiMrs, J, -W, Ray,
1 Mrs. L'JfBfflMpTrttly, Mrs.
Mrs. James L. pdwood was
hamed chairman of arrangements
for the district garden meeting
which will be held here next fall.
In considering projects for the
year the members decided tq fea
ture special flower arrangements at
Read the Want Ads for bargains.
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Whltfj ptqn bathing suit
ly VtA WINSTON
NO MATTER what colors or
whit fabrics art popular, a stellar
rolk in tha resort beach plctura
is held by crisp white cotton. Crisp
tthita bird's eye- pique, it is then,
for this cleverly contrived bathing
knit, that, While It achieves it "lit
tle girl" look, still manages to
brine out tha curves. The halter
neckline is adjustable, hooking
onto the top through eyelets, the
belt working the same way. A set
in diagonal band tnarks the bust
Mrs. Monaco To
Speak In Asheville
Mrs. Evelyn Monaco. National
President of the Auxiliary to the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, will
rhake her official visit to North
Carolina 1 h Asheville February
Members of the local Auxiliary
and the V. F. W. will attend a ban
quet and dance to be held at the
To Be Held .
The Golden .TnhlTon rnnfonn
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celebrating fifty years of service
for the National Society Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
of North Carolina will open offi
cially Wednesday afternoon at the
Hotel Charlotte in Charlotte.
An elaborate Droeram 'anil
round of social event will tu toa.
tured through March 4.
State Regent Vlrelnl Ilnrn nf
Wadesboro will preside over all
Those 'who expect to leave to-
morrow to attend the meeting from
the Waynesville chapter are Mrs.
J. W. Killian, regent, Mrs. Ben Col-
kltt, Mrs. J. H. Howell. Mrs. R. N.
Barber, and Mrs.' J. W, Swift. .,Y
Miss Marguerite Wav will alen
leave tomorrow to attend the meet
ing as a page.-
Week Of Prayer
The Women's Missionary Society
of the Maple Grove Baptist Church
will open a week of prayer start
ing at 1 p.m. today at the church.
Every member is urged to at
tend. Three Home Clubs
Meet This Week
Three Home Demonstration
Clubs are scheduled to meet this
week, according to Miss Mary
Cornwell, home demonstration a
gent. i The Aliens Creek Club w ill
meet Wednesday, at the home of
Mrs. Grady Farmer, at 2 P. M.
The Dellwood Club will meet
Thursday, at the home of Mrs.
Vernon Wells, at 2 p. m.
The Jonathan Club will meet
Friday at the home of Mrs. Way
Fisher, at 2 P. M.
The demonstrations will be giv
en by Miss Cornwell on "Bright
ening The Home For Spring."
Mr. 2nd Mrs. Charles B- Mc
Cracken entertained in, their hoi:
Mrs. Oueen To Be
BalterVfrfPark Hptel mofowL.. IttJ. .
night when Mrs. Monaco will make U.U.Vjr. IlOSteSS '
her official address
Revival Held At
Slamey Cove Church
. The Rev. Walter (Tiny) Dotson
conducted a one-night revival last
Friday at the Maple Grove Baptist
Church in Stamey Cove.
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Cracken emeriainea in,ineir noiw .
o Pinoc r-ropk SaturrlrtV aftprnmn WOci i
Club Moots t
Stella Jean Pearman (center), 10, of Route S, Gpldsbon), Is the first patient to enter the new North Car
olina Hospital for Treatment of Cerebral Palsjr at Durham. At left is her mother, Mrs. C. P. Pearman,
and ajt right is Miss Christine E. Vlck. business manager of the hospital.
Mrs. John Queen, Sr. will be
hostess for the March meeting of
the Haywood Chapter, United
Daughters of the Confederacy to
be held Friday afternoon at 3:30
Mrs. Millard Ferguson will be
in charge of the program and the
magazine will be reviewed by Miss
Nancy Killian. ' ,
N. C. State Plates Brdss Platters
Pictures ' Trays
Wall Pictures Toby Jugs
Silerrt butlers Little Golden Records
Hand Painted Waste Baskets Fancy Fruit Wall Plates
- and many other items. ' . 4
- - another addition to our Store is our
MODEL PLANE DEPT.
Where you will find a conxijlejte line of MODEL
Planes, cement, MpTorts, fuel, dope, etc.
the Women's Society for Chris
tian Service of Elizabeth Chapel
Methodist church yesterday held
study sejsidn under the directloti
bf Mrs. James Medford, secretary
of missions; at the church.
Mrs. Mark Galloway and her
primary students conducted the
worship service, and the Rev. Paul
Taylor, the pastor, led the study
oh the book, "Japan Begins Again,"
by William C. Kerr.
The ladies of the Maple Grove
and Dellwood Methodist church so
cieties were Invited to attend.
A social hQur and the serving of
refreshments followed the study.
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Will Meet Tues.
The Rector's Guild of Grace
Eptesopal Church will meet Tues
day at 7:30 p. m. at the home of
Mrs. Everett Camp on Pigeon
Street. . 1
Mrs. Hugh Love will be associ
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Thickety.4-H Club v
To Be Qrganized '
A 4-H Club for the Thlckety
community . will be organized at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Robinson tomorrow at 7:30 o'clock.
Each person interested In Joiiv
ing the club is asked to be present.
T. T. MUSE, JR. IN IIOSPITAt
T. T. Muse, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. T. Muse, of Ratcliffe Cove,
who underwent an operation at
Mission Hospital in Asheville last
Friday, is reported to be doing
M. L. Hudson
t)ies At Honie
M. L. (Pete) Hudson, 58, former
chief machinist for the Champion
Paper and Fibre Company and the
American Enka Corporation," died
of a heart attack on February 19.
at his home in Shelton, Washing
The body was expected to arrive
in Canton this morning for burial
Funeral services will be held in
the Crawford Funeral Home at
Canton Tuesday, at 2 p. m. with
the Rev. H. L. Smith, pastor of the
First Baptist Church of Canton,
Interment will be In the Morn
ing Star Cemetery.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs
Irene Owen Hudson; one daugh
ter, Mrs. II. C. Morgan of Candler;
four sons, M. L. Hudson, Jr. of
Hollywood, Calif., Staff Sgt. Glad
son E. Hudson of Camp LeJeune,
Edward Hudson, a student at the
University of Florida in Gainsville,
and Tommy Hudson of the home.
Also one brother, Carl Hudson
of Morganton; three sisters, Miss
Mildred Hudson of Morganton,
Mrs. Lester Steele of Burlington,
and Mrs. Bunn Poe of Salisbury;
and three grandchildren.
W, L. Harwell of Kingston,
Tennessee Was week end guest of
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. David Hyatt and
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Barber spent
several days last week in Warren
ton as gt)(?stji tt Mrs. Hyatt's moth
er, Mrs. H. C. Dameron.
Mr- and Mrs. W. A. Bradley and
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Davis have re
turned to thpir homes after a vaca
tion In Florida.
Mr. and Mr. fiOh Wnpenfpld
and sort, Bobby, Jr., of Hampton,
Virginia are here to visit Mr. Wag
enfeld's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
'C Wagenfeid. Mrs. E. C. Wagen
feld is ill in Norburn Hospital.
Miss Mildred Medford spent the
week end in Charlotte as the guest
of her brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martin. ,
Miss Ann McCracken is ill at
the home of her brother, Raymond
McCracken, in the Fines Creek
Mrs. George Varnel left Friday
for her home in Cleveland Ten
nessee after a visit to. her father,
W. I. Dooley, and Mrs. Dodley at
.: . .
Miss Nannie Jones of Delrio,
Tenn., is the guest of her sister-lh-law,
Mrs. Woodson B. Jones.
Mrs. Henry Kraa left Saturday
for Beaufort, S. C; to be with her
father, Gus. Sanderst, who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hyatt
spent' Sunday in Bristol, Virginia
with their daughter, Miss Kathryn
Hyatt, who is a student at Virginia
Miss Ann Osborne of Durham
spent the week end here with her
mqther, Mrs. Robert Osborne.
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Kitchen and
daughters, Bltlie Francis and Rita,
spent the week end fh Andrews as
guests of Corp. and Mrs. J.. C.
- CLYDE RAY AT MISSION
Clyde H. Hay, Jr., is expected
to return home tomorrow from
Mission Hospital, Asheville, where
he has been a patient since under
going an, operation last week. ,
J. L. STRINGFIELD EXPECTED
J. L. Strlngfield is progressing
satisfactorily at Mission Hospital
in Asheville after undergoing an
operation oil his eye. He is ex
pected home tomorrow.
Mrs. Herbert Braren was hostess
for the last meeting of the Beta
Sigma Phi Sorority which was held
Mrs. Fred Campbell and Mrs.
Charlie Woodard presented t h e
program on "The Drama."
During the business hour the
members voted to contribute $23.00
to the Beta Sigma Phi Internation
al Endowment Fund, which is the
exclusive sponsor of two leading
scientists, Dr. Edward Crabb and
Dr. Margaret Kelsall, in the field
of Cancer Research.
C. Pigeon Meet
Set For Thursday
At Long's Church
Residents of Center Pigeon will
hold their Community Develop
ment Program meeting at 7:30 P.
M. Thursday at Long's Church.
Assistant County Agent Turner
Cathey and other representatives
of the county agent's office will
have charge of the program, which
will feature discussions of farm
George Stamey, the community
chairman, will preside, . t .
Read the Want Ads for bargains.
and aeam Saturday evening m
celebration of their fiftieth wed
Yellow flowers, many of which
were, gifts, were used throughout
the residence in decorating and
the golden motif was noted ia the
appointments. The' dining table
was centered with a large wedding
Receiving with Mr. '. and Mrs.
McCratken ' were their daughter,
Mrs. Sam Ferguson of Fines Creek,
'and their fou?1 sons, Frank Me
; Cracken of Boone, Hugh McCrack
en of Rhode Island, Sam McCrack
en of Asheville, and Glenn Mc
Cracken of Fines Creek.
' Others assisting in receiving and
serving were nieces of the hosts
and their graddaughters, Miss Mar
garet Ferguson, a member of the
faculty of Virginia Intermont Col
lege, and Miss Mildred Ferguson,
who IS" a student at the same col
Around two hundred - guests
called during the afternoon and
Mr. and Mrs. McCracken, both
natives of Haywood county, were
married February 21, 1900, Mrs.
McCracken is the former MissJ
Delia Green of Fines Creek.
B. and P. W. Club
1st Anniversary .
The first anniversary of the or
ganization of the Waynesville Busi
ness and Professional Women's
Club will be observed at the' regu
lar dinner meeting of the groujp
at the Lodge tomorrow night
Mrs. Alma McCracken, program
chairman, is in charge of plans for
the evening and Mrs. M. G. Stamey,
president, will preside.
A number of special guests have
been invited to attend the meeting.
Capt. and Mrs. Paul R. Calhoun
and small daughter, Kathryn Re
becca, and Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Pan-
chelle have returned to Washing
ton, D. C, after a visit to Mr,. and
Mrs. J. A. Calhoun, parents of Paul
Calhoun and Mrs.; Panchelle,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Llndau and
daughter, Sara, spent the week
end in Blue Ridge as guests of Mrs.
Lindau's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
stration nK ... . nw
Mrs. J r '
aftprnn m h, ,
Hyde gave th h.... . 1
Lampshades" was 8i
Miss Margaret jl
special guest at lhie S
urged the me,,,
books on the n0 jTj
aproved list. S
Mrs. Theodore Clark '
port on clothing m A
Early repoi ted on am J
Mrs. Ceph Clark wis J
me vunaiusKa Home D,
tion Club at the Februar
held Friday afternoon ,
Mrs. A. J. Mccracket
and" project leaders w
ivnuws; gardens i?
beth Glosscr; clothing, k
Boyd and , Mrs. A. ) Q
ana ciuzensnip, Mrs. Will
Book reports were ghJ
uiosser on "The Great,
Ever Told," by Full
arid "Green Mountain F;
Elliott Merrick. Mrs. Groii
erwooa reviewed "SewrJ
From A Lemon," by Havdi
"T?I Ji n . ' 1
imimiy rersuasion, I
mine West, and "Has Any
the Bell," by Phillip u
John McClure reviewed
James Was My Neighbor,"
. Miss Jean Childers.
home' agent, gave the dc
tion on "Making Lampshal
Refreshments were senJ
hostess during the social
lowing the meeting.
Held At Pincy Gr.
The Women's Society J
tian Service of the Pine
Methodist Church held t
and Lenten Service at thef
SHORT. SHORT STORY
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP)
The 139 cows sailing for Eleuthera
Island in the Bahamas Weren't
headed for a picnic, citizens learn
ed several weeks later when the
The University of Illinois college
of agriculture is carrying on about
225 separate research projects.
md. agree, aM rtyftitmf'
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that In a coait-t-cocHt tetl
f hundrtdi ( men and
women who ImoWd Camilla
dnd only CameU for 30
doyi, noted iKroal ipeilaU
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expensive silks. 9 w 15 ?g
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together ia t clever arrangement of stripes; if l0"
lovable as A rag doll. ..then you're wearing "Sea
laundered in the-washtub... whisked with a hot iro
BLUE with GREY RUST with GREY $1A95
YELLOW with GREY
Sanforized, residual shrinkage less than if
k. (Bill) Cobh, Owner