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Tea At St. John's
Is Attended By
Around one hundred guests at
tended the tea given by the facul
ty and students of St. John's
School, in the high school auditor
ium Sunday afternoon.
The school colors, green and
gold, were noted in decorating and
an informal program was present
ed by the students for the enter
tainment of the guests.
Students from both the junior
and senior high schools participat
ed -in a spelling match in which
words ami winning medals were
provided by the Merriam-Webster
Dlstionary Company. Junior high
winners were Sonya Hagna. gold
medal; Jenny Van de Water, sec
ond place and silver medal winner;
and Tommy Lane, third place and
bronze medal winner.
In tho senior high match Bette
Hannah won the gold medal, Laura
Van de Vater won the silver med
al, and Frosty Lane the bronze
Other numbers included a circus
presented by the children of the
kindergarten and two skits by the
high school group.
Miss Bette Hannah played a
piano solo and a quatet composed
of Mary Gunn, Charlene Duckett,
Alice Alexander, and Patricia
Reeves, sang a group of numbers.
Tea was served following the
program with Mrs. Hallett Ward
and Mrs. William Hannah presid
ing at the tea table. The green and
gold motif was noted in the re
freshments and the table was cen
tered with a bowl of jonquils
flanked by yellow and green can-
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Sizes 10 to )
Sees Operetta At
Aromid 450 people attended the
operetta, "Molly Be Uood," pre
sented at the East Waynesville
School las Friday night.
The porduction was directed by
Mrs. C. W. Senile with the assist
ance of members of the school, fa
culty, Proceeds from the event
will o to the fund fur a new piano
for the school. ,
The main characters were played
by Gail YVoodard, T. L. Francis,
Judy Thomas, Gail CanUin, Doug
las' Moore, Salinda Dicus, George
Mitchell, Arby Jo Jones," Linda
Boone, Bruce Clark, Mac Ratcliffe,
Nancy Underwood, Mike Leather
wood, and Woodrow Davis.
In addition to this group around
seventy-five additional pupils were
cast as band' members, fairies,
clowns, animals, and chorus mem
Meet On Tuesday
Circles of the.' Woman's Society
of Christian Service of the First
Methodist Church will meet Tues
day, April 4, as follows:
Circle No.' 1 will meet at 3:3C
p.m. at the home! of Mrs. E. B. Mc
Clure with Mrs. W. L. Hardin
and Mrs. D. P. Pressley as associ
ate hostesses. ' . s
Circle No. 2 will meet at 3:30
p.m. , at the home of Mrs. S. L.
. Circle No. 3; will meet at 7:30
p.m. at the hofoe of Mrs. W. A.
Rector with Mrs. Fred Calhoun as
Circle No. 4 will meet at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ben
Sloan with Mrs. Homer Justice, Jr.,
and Mrs. Howell Bryson as asso
ciate hostesses, ;:
Circle No. 3 will meet at 7:30
p.nt. at the home of Miss Ruflna
Bright with Miss Mary Sue Crock
er -as co-hostess. J' '.,'."
Circle No. 6 wfll meet at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Mrs. J, C.
High School Play
Is Marked Sucqess
"American Passport," a three-act
comedy, presented by the Masque
and Gavel Society of the'Vaynes-
ville Township.':Hfeh School last
Thursday night, was termed an out
The cast included Johnny Pat
terson as Ed Hamilton: Ann Rec
tor as Louella. the baby of the
famny; Elaine Francis as JudyfUhe
older daughter; Danny McClure as
Dick,, the son: Mildred Medford as
Sybil Jennings, in love with Dick;
Nancy Stamey as Bertha Hamilton,
the mother; Susie Stamey as Aunt
Jen; Gene Yarborough as'Bill Wil.
son, a catch in any season; Nancy
Lou Floyd as Mrs. Schwartz, a
rtielghbor; Deryl J3avij ask,Mr. Craig,
father's employer; Malcolm Wil
liamson and Coretta Henson, as ra
dio announcers; and James Mc
Junkin as Junior.
Back stage wWkers were: pro
grams. Betty Franklin; stage man
ager, James McJunkin; assistant
stage manager, Gene Yarborough;
business managet, Coretta Henson;
advertisement, Mildred Medford;
publicity, Nancy Lou Floyd; cos
tume mistress. Edna Callahan; and
sound effectsMalcolm Williamson.
The play was, directed by Miss
Alma Jackson, Acuity advisor for
the Society and Kathleen Calhoun
served as assistant director.' J
Ushers were B?tty Noland, Anne
Bischoff, Joyce Carter, Jane Rog
ers, Braxton Crocker, Mouriene
Carver, and Lillian Medford.
Mrs. Ensley Has
Mrs. W. C. Ensley was hostess of
a patty given at the Waynesville
Kindergarten fast week in celebra
tion of the fifth, birthday of her
daughter, little Miss Kay Ensley.
The Eiioter motif was used and
Mrs. Ensley was assisted by Mrs.
E. K. Herman and Mrs. Henry Hale,
kindergarten teachers. '
The guests included Mary Otis
Burgin, Elaine Chafin, Bill Cobb,
Donald Davis. Lacenia Franklin.
Betsy Isley, Margaret Alice Jarvis,
Kathryn Lantz, Trudie Massie,
Margaret Reed, Sara Thomas. Ron
nie Timbes. Dottie Kay Turner.
and Jimmy Woodard.
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Shown At Club
Originality and talent were
shown at the Masquerade party
sponsored by the Tally-Ho Club of
the Wayntsville High School at
the Armory Friday night.
Among the guests were "Dag
wood and Blondie," "Amos and
Andy" with the "Kingnsh" and
their chums, a couple of convicts,
a band of gypsies, the Dillingor
gang with Tommy Norris as Dil
linger, find a number of rabbits,
cowboys, and pirates.
Ann Coman Crawford as "Rita
Hayworth" and J. D. Stanley as a
circus c!own were awarded the
prizes for the best costumes.
Malcolm Williamson served - as
master of ceremonies and Intro
duced the guests as they paraded
across the stage.
A floor show featured Bette Han
nah as "Hildegardei" singing , her
theme song, "Darling, Je Vous
Aime Beaucoup," Patsy Ezell as
Fred Astaire with Kathleen Cal
houn as Ginger Rogers in a dance
number; and Joan Morris as Al
Jolson in a pantomime with a' re
cording of Jolson singing "Swa
nee" Other numbers included "Mule
Train," sung by Ann Coman Craw
ford and "Woody Woodpecker's
Song" sung by Julia Ann Calhoun.
Joan Morris received the prize for
the best act,
In a "beauty contest'' of boys
from th; high school annual stalT.
Jimmy Galloway was declared win
ner with James McJunkin in sec
ond pla"f I
The Tilly-Ho Club, a dramatics
organization, is composed of stu
dents from the tenth, eleventh,
and twelfth grades, Mary Jane
Rogers is president and Miss Alma
Jackson serves as facuuy advisor.
Serving -on committees for the
Masquerade cre: Location, Betty
Nolana chairman, Edna Callahan,
Billie Kitchen, and Nancy Leather
wood; decoration, Joyce Carter,
chairman, .Carolyn Sayer. Jane
Rogers, Laura Woody, and Lillian
Medford; publicity and judges,
Mildred Medford, 'chairman,' Julia
Ann Calhoun, Ann Rector, Helen
Garrett, and Sara Jane Garrison;
welcoming, Anne BischotT, chair
man, Aileen Williams, Joan Morris,
and Lane Prevost; entertainment,
Vivia Watkins, chairman, Joyce
Carter, Anne Bischoff, and Elaine
Attending the party were stu
dents from the Waynesville and
St. John's High Schools, and a
number of parents and faculty
At Ratcliffe Cove
'" The Woman's Missionary Union
of the Ratcliffe Cove Baptist
Church will meet at the home of
Mrs. Johnny Morrow, Thursday,
at 7:30 p.m.
New officers will be installed at
a speciil' meeting of the Auxiliary
of Veterans of Foreign Wars to l?
held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the
VFW clubroom. Mrs. R. R. Camp
bell, head of the 12th district of
the state, will be in charge of the
Those who will take office are
Mrs. James R. Thomas, Jr., presi
dent; Miss Frances Rose, senior
vice president; Mrs. Charles Mc
Darris, junior vice president; Miss
Alma Jackson, treasurer; Mrs. J. C.
Rose, chaplain; Miss Edna McKay
secretary; Mrs. Roy Campbell, con
ductress; Miss Clara Dot son, guard,
and Mrs. Sebe Bryson, historian.
Mrs. Riley On.
Mrs. Robert R. Riley of Greens
boro has been named on the Dean's
List at Woman' College of the
University of North Carolina for
the winter quarter. Mrs. Riley's
scholastic record showed a grade
of "A" on all subjects for the
period just closed.
Mrs. Riley, the former Miss Bet
ty Tuttle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy C. Tuttle of Waynesville, is a
member of the senior class. .
Lewis L. Williamson of Waynes
ville and Frank L. Conder of En
ka have returned to their homes
after a vacation In Florida.
U.D.C. Meeting -Is
The April meeting of the Hay
wood Chanter, United Daughters
of the Confederacy scheduled for
next Friday, has been postponed
until a later date.
Members of thehapter are ask
ed to wctch the newspaper for
Birthday Party Is " .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hayes Alley en
tertained a group of friends at din
ner at Plott's Grill on the Soeo
Gap Road last Saturday night. The
party marked the birthday anni
versary of Mrs. Alley.
Circles To Meet
The two circles of the Women of
the Presbyterian Church of Hazel
wood will meet Tuesday. Circle No.
1 will meet at the Manse at 7:30
p.m. and Circle No. 2 will meet
at the home of Mrs. W. D. Duacan,
at 7:30 p.m. .
The Rohinj T
M1 Church 'wiu
niht 7:30 oclJ
Mrs' ere C
Green will h ... 1
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Mrs. Robert Clark of Columbia,
S. C, spent the past week end at
her summer home here and had as
her guest, Mrs. Lucy Tharln, also
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frehn of
Bristol, Tennessee were week end
guests of the latter's mother, Mrs.
R. H. Blackwell.
Miss Dot Norris, student at Rich
mond Professional Institute, is
spending the spring holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
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