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Office Phorie 700 - MRS. BEN SLOAN, Editor'- Il6m Phorie '
Make Over $200
On Goat Hangers
Central Eliementary School stu
dents have made $204 50 for their
school in a coat-hanger drive that
lasted one week! I
The hangers, more than 20,000 of ;
Ihem. were purchased by the Wav-!
nesville Laundry at the rate of one
cent each. They were delivered in
three pick-up truck loads.
The coat hanger drive was start
ed after the Parent-Teacher Associ-1
ution of the school decided against
holding the annual Halloween Car-;
According to Claude Rogers,
school principal, every student
worked enthusiastically and each
than 1.000 hangers. Miss Edna
Boyd's class had the largest count
with 2.920 and Mrs. Garrett's
fout I !i trade was runner-up.
An additional $02.00 was raised
i row the showing of a special film
lust Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Dan Watkins served as
chairman of the committee from
the P. T. A.' which was m charge
ol the fund-raising project.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller and
daughter, Myrna, left Sunday for
a ten-day visit to New Orleans and
other Srtuthern cities.
Mi jnd Mrs C G Thomphon1 i'
have as their guest the hitter's &4
mother. Mrs H T Fialev of Mill
rdgevillc Gcoigia I I '
I'lc. Robert L. Gallowav has re
turned to his base at Parris Island.
S. C. alter a ten-day furlough with
his father, R. H. Gallowav in Can
ton and his grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Arringlon in VVavnes
Mrs Kurt Leo Weill'
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Mrs. Weill is the former Miss Mary Alice Appleby of Old Lyme,
Connecticut. She was married October 27 in the Church of Christ;
the King, Old Lyme. The bridegroom is the son of Mr .and Mrs;'
Leo Weill of Wavnesville. (Photo by Bradford Bachrach).
i Baptist Circles
! The circles of the Woman's
i Missionary Society . of the First
F. Knkpatrick, Mrs.
and Mrs. J. H. How-
Members of the Haywood Chap
ter, United Daughters of the Con
federacy, will attend the 58th an
nual meeting of the national UDC
organization which is now in ses
sion in Asheville. an( joe Howell attended the Clem-
Delegates to the convention in- son-Wake Forest game Saturday.
elude Mrs. C
H. N. Barber,
ell. Sr. :
Stanley Henry, Claude Woodard,
than anv of her
Baptist Church will meet Tuesday
Annie Armstrong Circle will
meet with Mrs. R. S. Roberson at
7:30 p.m. .
Fannie E, S. Heck Circle will
meet with Mrs. Homer West "at
7:30 p.m .. . .-.
Ann Hazeitihe Judson Circle will
meet in the home of Mrs.' Dwight
Williams with Mrs, Herb Single
tary as co-hostess, at 7:30 p.m..
Lottie Moone Cii'cle will meet
with Mrs. J. B. Siler,. at 7 JO p.m.
Henrietta Hall Shuck Circle will
meet with Mrs R. N. Barber, Jr.
at 7:30 p m
Eliza Yates Circle will meet with
Mrs. Wayne Rogers, at 8:00 p.m.
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Circles of the First Methodist
Church will meet next Tuesday as
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. James R.
Boyd at 3:30 p.m.
Circle No. 2 with Mrs. Annie Mc
Cracken, at 3:30 p.m,
Circle No. 3 with Mrs. J. M.
Long, at 3:30 p.m.
Circle No. 4 will meet in the
home of Misses Helen and Frances
Ray wllh Mrs.Hilliard Atkins as
associate hostess, at 7:30 p.m.
Circle No, 5 will meet in the
home of Miss Ruf.'na Bright, at
7:30 p.m. Miss Jean Childets will
Circle No. 6 wilt meet with Mrs.
W; Jackson If Dneyciftt, at 7:30 p.m.
Circle No. 7 will meet in the
home of Mrs. J. rf, Itowell, Jr., with
Mrs. Paul McElroy,. Jr., as co
hostess, at 7:30 p.m.
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Mrs. Ray Gives
Mrs. Bonner Hay was hostess of
a surprise party Friday afternoon
In her home on South Main Street
in honor of Mrs. F. H. Marley, who
left the next day on the first part
of a trip to Germany to visit her
son and daughter-in-law, St. and
Mrs. Wallace Marley.
The party was in Informal tea
and "bon voyage" slower and the
residence was decorated with ar
rangements of yellow and bronze
The guest list included Mrs. Mar
ley, Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, Mrs.
Robert Breese, Mrs. Joe Rose, Mrs.
James Kllpatrick, Mrs. Paul Black
well, Mrs. R, H. Blackwell, Mrs.
Charles Ray, Mrs. Sydie Ray, Miss
Margaret Johnston, Miss Clara
Datton, and Mrs. Thomas Ray.
Are Added To
New W: M. U.
The Haywood Chapter. United
Daughters of the Conferedacy has
been added to the list of organiza
tions' supporting the school expan
sion program for Haywood County.
1 The chaptes officially went on
record in support of the program
at the November meeting held Fri
day afternoon the home of Mrs.
J. J. Ferguson. Mrs. Sam Queen,
retired president, presided.
': Mrs. R. N. Barber, Sr. gave a re
port of the State, Convention of the
U. D. C which she attended in
The National Convention to be
held this week in Asheville was
discussed and it was announced
that the chapter will add a Kool
foam pillow and several pairs of
shoes to the gifts' to be presented
to the national officers. The shoes
were 'given to thechapter by Well-
co Sh,oe Corporation, -
The chapter wiltbe officially rep
resented at the convention by Mrs.
Roy Campbell, president, Snd Mrs.
C; F. Kij-kpattick, delegate. A num
ber of other .members will also attend.'.-.
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Plans were made to send a box of
apples to the Confederate Woman's
Home in' Fayetfeville at Thanks
During the social hour following
the meeting the hostess was assist
ed in serving by Miss Bessie Boyd
and Mrs. Thad Chafin.
D.A.R Will Meet
With Mr ABel
The. Dorcas Bell Love chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion,, will meet Friday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. J.
F. Abel on Love Lane. Mrs. Robert
Osborne will be associate, hostess.
The program will be presented
by Mrs. J. W. KUlian and Mrs,
James R. Boyd will preside.
Mrs. James Atkins returned last
night from Atlanta where she has
been visiting her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs., Ben Atkins.
Meet Tuesday .
Circles of the Presbyterian
Church will meet Tuesday as fol
Circle No. 1, Mrs. Robert Gib
son, chairman, wuT meet at 3:30
p.m, in the Assembly Room of the
church with Mrs.' D. F. Whitman
and Mrs. J. C. Rose as hostesses; ;
Circle No. 2, Mrs. Aaron Prevost,
chairman, will meet at 7:30 p.tn. in
the home of Mrs. Ted Meyer, Bal
sam Manor Apartment 8C. 1
Circle No. 3, will meet at 7:30
p.m. in the home of the chairman
Mrs. Hallett Ward
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Cpl. Dolf Marie Kienast, believed
to be .Haywood County's , first
member of the Women's Air
Force,, has been assigned to
r Walker Air F6rce Base; Roswetl,
New Mexico, after completing a
30-week ' radio . ' fundamentals
course at Scott Air Force Base,
Belleville, 111.' She enlisted in the"
WAF at Spartanburg,; S. C. Vlast
February 26. Cpl. Kienast, a 1950
graduate of St. John's' School, is
the granddaughter of Mr. and"
Mrs. E. J. Lilius of Waynesville','
She was promoted to corporal
from private on completion - of
thn rnriin rnursp (Staff Phntnl . !
Two Brownie troops at Central
Elementary School have sold 100
boxes of Girl S;out Christmas cards
and stationery as a troop benefit
The girls are planning to start
immediately dressing dolls and
making stuffed toys for distribu
tion at Christmas.
The troops are Nos. 8 and 9 and
tehir leaders are Mrs. Neeson
Smith, Mrs, J. H. Howell, Jr. and
Mrs. Pritchard Smith.
. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stovall and
children, George Dewey and Julia
Ann, spent the week-end in Marion
with Mrs. Stovall's father, the Rev.
P. W. Tucker.
: uie Mhuntainy.
ped Allison a 71
home Of 4 A?es1
was on cii r,: ur " i
shown ht t : "a 4
farm ago,t. vrU
" "lemtjer ana Ml
Mrs. Claude E. Walker and Mrs.
W. C. Weckerle of Winter Park,
florida spent last night at the
former's summer home at Rock
House Farms- . They were en route
to Ashevilfe to attend the Notiohal
Convention of tfie United Daugh
ters' of the Cehfederaty. Mrs. walk
er is chairman general di' prdper
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- Dr. and Mrs. Tom Stringfieid and
William Stringfieid snpnt the week
end in Chapel Iill and attended
the Carolina - Tennessee football
pur v Chrislmas
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Five new members were added
to the Woman's Missionary Union
of the Green Valley Baptist Church
at a recent meeting held in the
home of Mrs. Rufus Hyatt. They
are Mrs. Dewey Ross, Mrs. Johnny
Messer, ; Miss Laurena Troutman,
Miss Dorothy Bryson and Mrs.
Harriet Caldwell. . v
This' was th second meeting of
Ihe Union, which was organized a
short time ago. Officers for the
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Chairmen are Mrs. Herbert
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The next meeting of the group
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Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Bridges and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klrkpatrick.
attended the Clemson-Wake Forest
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