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Thursday Afternoon, Augus,
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THE WAYXESVILLE M0UNTAINEE3
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN activities
Office Phone 700 MRS. BEN SLOAN, Editor Home Phone 462-J
South Clyde '
Home Club Has '
The South Clyde Homo Demon
stration Club met Tuesday at the
liome of Mrs. Robert Lindsay with
Mis. P. C. Mann, president, pre
SldinR. A lamp workshop was directed
ly Miss Jean Childers, assistant
home agent. .
'During the business hour pro
ject leaders reported as follows:
loods and nutrition, Mrs. Walter
FliudmOier; home gardens, Mrs. P.
C. Mann; and home beautification,
Mrs. Curtis Hogers.
Book reports were made by Mrs.
Curtis Rogers and Mrs. K. C.
A picnic lunch was served at
Mrs. Elsie Smut hers Edwards,
who has been a counselor at Nak
anawa Camp ot Mayland, Tennes
see for the summer, is here for a
visit to her brother-in-law and sis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Massle,
betore returning to her position at
Virginia lntermont College.
Circles of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service of the First
Methodist Church will meet Tues
day. September 5. as follows:
Circle No. I will meet at the
home of Mrs. J. II. Way, Jr. at 3:30
Circle No. 2 will meet at 3.30
p. m. at the home of Mrs. L. II.
Brnmlett with Mrs. T. L, Bramlett
;:nl Mrs. Roy Reeee as co-hostesses.
Circle No. 3 w 111 meet at the
home of Mrs. Joe Davis on the
I'airview Road, at 8 p. m.
Circle No. 4 will meet at 7:30 p.
m. nt the home of Mrs. Irving
Leatherwood with Miss Elizabeth
Leatherwood and Mrs. H. B. Angel
Circle No. 5 will meet at the
home of Mrs, A. D. Harrison, Jr,
with Mrs. Bruce Jayiics as co-host-ess,
at 7:30 p. m.
Circle No. 6 will meet at the
home of Mrs. Joe Jack Atkins at
t c.tu p. m.
Miss Una Plott left Tuesday for
Randlcniun. N. C. where she hus
Percy Dozier of Thompson, i resumed her position on the faculty
virjrKia is arriving today to attend j of the city schools.
the weding of Miss Rena Chambers
and Bill Swift which will take place
tomorrow afternoon in the Cullo
jwhee Baptist church. He will be the
'tiuent of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Swift.
Mrs. Cliame H. Jones left today
for her home in Daytona Beach,
Florida after spending the sum
i lOM flrP convertible
W idea in
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I Wfi'ff I and leather
; j . v 1 Jersey
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fillii m lifl2-
it's smart fashion to have
clothes that mix well.
Here, a wonderful looking
two-piece jersey dress and
corduroy suit that interchange
:Corduroy of lovely supple
quality with dyed-to-match
wool jersey: In silver blue,
rose, oxford gray. Or mix:
Buk, currant red, moss green.
r Dress, gold. Sizes 10 to 16.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Medford
1 U ."
Is Hostess Of
Mrs. Cene Yarborough entertain
ed with supper party in her home
it Lake Junaluska, .Wednesday
The residence was decorated
with mixed garden flowers and the
hostess was assisted by her moth
er, Mrs. Roy Floyd, and Miss Polly
The guests included Miss Joan
Morris, Miss Dot Noris, Miss Dot
Harris, Miss Kathryn Hyatt, Miss
Edna Callahan, Miss Louise Leach,
Miss Betty Brown, Miss Anne
Blschoff. Miss 'Joyee Carter, Miss
Elaine Francis, TMlss Kathleen Cal
houn, and Miss Mildred Medford.
Joel 'Rothermel was host of a
party last night In celebration of
his tenth birthday.
Guests were entertained with
dinner at The Lodge after which
they attended a movie.
Those invited were Neddy Tuck
er, 'Bruce 'Clark, Skipper Sloan,
Mike Leotherwood, and Johnny Al
len. The host was assisted by his par
ents, "Mr. and Wrs. E. M. Rothor
Chosen VFW Beauty Queens
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J. L. Weaver our.. ....
er Gardens near civde1
Charleston, S. C lal
Mrs. bteve McCrackf
Finn p ri .,r UltJ
"i H(ie jit,
the weekend atter.(lin ik.
tion. 5 '
While there they als,,,.,,.,
Miss Gwynne Shelor (center), 19-ycar-oId blue-eyed blonde of
Sumter, S. C, holds trophy she won after being chosen "1!iss
"VFW" in Veterans of Foreign Wars' "beauty contest at annual en
campment in Chicago. Runner-up 'is Gay Herring, 18 trifiht).' of
Pink Hill, N. C, and third place went to Shirley Stoplor, 20 i't),
of Chicago. (AP Wlrephoto).
Club Has Picnic
Mrs rnniK-n vilnnirli- ., th,, iviemoeis oi uie westvaion
Women's August Golf Tournament 1 Unw Dcnionsiration Club met at
in the final round plaved at ilir lhl' imw "f Mls- Em'' I,ue. today
Waynesville Country Club last Fri- lur a ,)ic,,iL' lulK'h
day. Mrs. Bess Gwyn was runner-1 Mlfis Jcan '"""ers. assistant
up. ! home agent, was in charge of the
Floyd Henry Thompson of Bun
combe to Glenna Marie Holland.
Mrs. W. Curtis p5 ...
tor. Mi! M:ir(tiwi.ii n...'.
' 1 'If lilTS l-J
milieu iu men- Hume ot
Avenue nfter SDendiiw
j ii i .. "fi
eu iu nenuersonvil,. 0 ,mj
me ueuiu ui ner mother Mr
Joe Jack Wells, who h
the summer at Lake Juui,
a life euard. return..,! ti.
in Bethel today ami win
first of the week to wStt:
study at Brevard College
Miss Nancy Medford, dam
Mr. and Mrs. James Me
leaving this week end tn.r
freshman class at Brevard C
Miss Peggy McCracken. i
spent the summer with her J
Mr. and Mrf. Albert McCrtj
will return to Brevard CoK
first of the week.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence Medford were married Saturday,
August 12, iu Ltuifi's Chapel Methodist Church at Lake Junaluska.
The bride is the 'former Miss Mary Lou Mjsser, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Mcsser of Lake Junaluska. Mr. Medford is the
son of Mr. 'and Mrs. C. G. Medford, also of Lake Junaluska.
Circles ot the Woman's Mission
ary Society of the First Baptist
Church will meet Tuesday evening,
September -5, at 3 o'clock as fol
lows: The Lottie Moon Circle will
meet with Mrs. G. C. Plott; Mrs.
II. C. Wilburn will have the pro
gram. The Eliza Yates Circle will meet
with Mrs. Guy Messer; Mrs. Rob
ert Underwood will present the
Mrs. W. T. Crawford will be
hostess to the Ann Hasseltine Jud
son Circle; Mrs. Herbert Singletary
will present the program.
The Henrietta Hall Shuck Circle
will meet with Mrs. R. H. West;
Mrs. J. L. Edwards will be associ
The Business Woman's Circle
has been postponed until Monday
evening. Sept. 11, where it will
meet with Miss Edna Bright.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Abee of
Boone have taken an apartment for
the winter at the home of Miss Sue
Willard Lindsley. Mr. Abee is a
member of the high school faculty.
Is Married To
A. B. Moss, Jr.
Miss Mary Emily Martin, daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Mar
tin of Rochester, N. y., was mar
ried to A. B. Moss, Jr., of Buenos
Aires, Porto Rico, and Waynes
ville, son of A. B. Moss of Creed
nieer. N. C. and the late Mrs. Moss,
in Central Methodist Church of
Canton, at eleven o'clock In the
morning on Saturday, August 26.
The Rev.'C. W. Kirby, pastor of
the church, officiated.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
dress of cocoa lace over taffeta
with gold accessories and a corsage
of yellow roses.
Miss Mary Frances Blakeslee of
She wore it gown of aqua crepe
and her flowers were red roses.
William E. Moss, son of the
bridegroom,- was best man.
Following the ceremony a break
fast was held at Grove Park Inn
for members of the wedding par
The special event for this Fri-!
day's matches for the women w ill I
be a blind bogey contest for classes'
A and B.
A business meeting of the board
in charge of the women's' activities
wil be held at the home of Mrs.
Erie Clauson on Wednesday after
noon, September 6, at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. Mint Reed entertained with
a luncheon at The Towne House on
The table was centered with an
arrangement of mixed flowers and
the following guests were present:
Mrs. Calvin Houghland of Nash
ville, Tennessee, Mrs. Aaron Pre
vost. Mrs. Jonathan Woody and
guest, Mrs. Pollard Tinman of
Atlanta, and Mrs. Ben Sloan.
Mrs. Rogers Is
Mrs. j, yv. Patrick and children
of Winter Park, Florida and Mrs,
J, M. Seldon of Larchmont, N. J.
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
I). Walker at Rock House Farms,
Charles Womack left Wednes
day for Western Carolina Teachers
College where he will enter the
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Mrs. Cassius Rogers was hostess
for the August meeting of the Up
per Crabtree Home Demonstration
Club which was held today.
The meeting opened this morn-
Va., was maid of honor j ing and aluminum tray and lamp
bride's only attendant. ; Workshops were conducted bv Miss
Mary 'Cornwell, Home agent.
Mrs. Willie $mi.th, president,
presided during 'the business hour.
A picnic lunch was served at
Home Club Has
The Francis Cove "Home Demon
stration Club held a family picnic
Wednesday tiight at the home of
Mrs. RI.'G. Head.
Mrs. 'Hertry -Francis, president,
WBs'tn charge and Miss Mary Corn
wall. 'home agent, directed the rec
Mr. and Mrs. 0. 'R. McDonald
and two young sons, who have been
Rucats'of Mrs. McDonald's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W.'F. Swlft, left Mon
day 'for 'their home in Lamed,
Mrs. ipoliard Turnman end chil
Bren df VitlaritBOa., are guests of
Mr. una Mrs. tfdmithan Woouy.
, Handsome afternoon dreSSr,
By VERA WINSTON
HERE and there, as the old
season wanes, one sees suits and
dresses of satin that have an
early fall look to them, and yet
are right for the present.
Tucked satin with a soft crepe
Back makes a handsomo dress
with an important air. The
dress has a plain satin band at
the neck that ties into a neat
little bow. The band continues
down to the hem. The half
sleeves, cut 'n one .with the
bodice, have cuffs that 'end in
points -at tin outer edge; fend
there are cuff 'pointed Dockets
tia,i. uie nips.. ...
Exciting New Fash- Jrl
ions - At " Exciting k iff dV
low Prices. I r IM j
Infortnation, iplease V -t
he society 'editor ttf The Mountaineer Is anxiou to get a
complete 'list of all (Haywood students who are going away to
school 'this -year. The 'following information is desired Please
send 'It 'in 'today:
"You want me to collect my unemployment compenaa
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Parent's Kame ......
To please your
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new crop el frcsh-fw-
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feature the ne;
. . . the most pop
fabrics and Au
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