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Office Phone GL 6-5301 - Eleanor B. Sloan, Editor - Home Phone GL 6-4952
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Clubs At Tea
The Mountain View Gardei
Club entertained members of th<
two new garden clubs, The Prim
rose and The Sky land, at a tea
Friday afternoon in the home ol
litis. David Hyatt on Walnul
Mrs. W. C. Norris greeted the
guests and the receiving line was
composed of Mrs. J. E. Fender,
president of the hostess group;
Miss Lou Elva Eller, president of
the Richland Garden Club; Mrs.
Wayne DieU, president of the Sky
lanu Ciub, and Mrs. R. L. McKit
trick, president of the Primrose
Mrs. J. H Way and Miss Louise
Bauard, members of the Richland
Club, presided at tne punch bowl
and Mrs. Boyd Owen assisted in
tne dining room.
The home was decorated
throughout with flower arrange
ments by the hostesses and the tea
tame was centered with a bowl of
roses, salvia, and daisies.
Guests, in addition to those as
sjting, were tne following members
oi tne bayiand Ciuo: Mis. Tnomas
I buuigiiexd, Mrs. David Lnder
woou, Mrs. Joe Liner, Mrs. huDert
D. is vans, Mrs. nert Vvanigren.
Mis. Andrew azerenyi, Mrs. Curt
Kaufman, Mrs. Micnaei Eizzuto,
Mis. r. E. Worthingion, Mrs. A. J.
Dooiey, Mrs. R. W. Turner, and
Mrs. C. W. Minett,
Guests from the Primrose Club
included Mrs. Ted Meyer, Mrs.
Wilson Nance, Mrs. Ray Moore,
Mrs. J. L. Edwards, Mrs. N. W.
Garrett, Jr., Mrs. H. L. Liner, Jr.,
Mrs. Edna McKay Price, Mrs. Her
bert Bingietary, Mrs. Joe titanelli,
Mi s. Kenneth Turner, and Mrs.
The new clubs were organized
recently under the sponsorship of
the Mountain View Ciub.
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To Meet Tuesday
Circles of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service of the First
Methodist Church will meet Tues
day, August 4, as follows:
Circle 1 will meet in the home
of Mrs. Dee Clark at 3:30 p.m.
' Circle 2 will meet at the home
of Mrs. Hugh Massie on the Pigeon
Road at 3:30 p.m.
Circle 3 will meet in the home
of Mrs. Roy Parkman with Mrs.
S. H. Bushnell as co-hostess at
Circle 4 will meet in the home
Of the Misses Bessie and Daisy
Bold with Mrs. Joe Webster as co
hostess at 7:30 p.m.
Circle 5, 6 and 7 will have a
joint picnic meeting at the church
at 7 p. m.
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Mr. and Mrsi Charles Way have
as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Phil
lip Fullerton of St. Petersburg.
Inquire Today About
Enrollment In The
Mrs. Russell Fultz
Mrs. Fred Harron
DIAL GL 6-5596 or GL 6-5527
After 1 P. M.
Numerous Activities Will
Re Offered Including
Singing Games. Stogy Hour
IDEAL AND SAFE LOCATION
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1 cup brown Karo syrup la cup bultcr
Va cup .-u0ur ?i cbfcS
1 cup pecans
Cream butler, add sugar ana maru, men eggs?joIks and Minted
ocattn cogewici. aud uui meals. bakc in uiicouklu pastry sucii aonu
tu minutes. i eiupci alui e ouO ucgrecs.
A LONG WAV CP describes Ihc 300-lool monoblli ol Chimney
liw?. au eletutoi nun rises Uuuutu Hit iyiii? roc* ?>i mi muuii
lain id an oostrvaiiuu lounge al lite base oi me ciimiiny, ana a
lamp ill Vices uie visitor U> cluuu Co lis lop.
August meetings of circles of the j
Woman s Missionary Society of the
nrsi baplisl Church will be helU
.ins wees as follows:
The Fannie E. S. Heck Circle
will meet lor a picnic supper at
the home of Mrs. M. T. bridges
at 6.4o p.m.
The Henrietta Hall Shuck and
the Ann Hasseltine Judson Cir
cles will hold a joint meeting in
the form of a picnic Supper at the
home of Mrs. W. It. burgin at 6:30
The Lottie Moon Circle will
meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
home of Mrs. 11. L. McKiltrick on
The Annie Armstrong Circle will
meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the
home of Mrs. Howell Crawtord.
The Eliza Vales Circle will meet
with Mrs. Frank Kirkpatrick,
Tuesday at 8 p.m.
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Mountain View Club
Will Meet Thursday
The Mountain View Garden Club
will hold a regular luncheon meet
ing in the home of Mrs. A. R
Riegg Thursday, August 6, at 12.30
Hostesses with Mrs. Ricgg will
be Mrs. Bill Cohb and Mrs. H. O
Mrs. Irving Lratlirrwnod will
have the program on "Church Ar
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Picnic To Honor
J: ormer Haywood
Elans are being made lor a pic
nic 10 be tiCMi ai nic notne 01 iur.
anu Mrs. Li. u. Eiou, bunuay, nug
u? a, lo Honor lae 1>IV. ana Ms.
can Campbell ul Lnriiungnuin,
.Alabama, lonner teachers ul Me
a lie nev. and Mrs. Campbell,
who are auenaing a conference at
iuugecresi, win uc in the county
oniy Hie one day and a group ot
mtir lormer pupils are planning
me picnic so Uiai they, may have
an opportunity to see many old
The Rev, Mr. Campbell is pas
tor of a Baptist Church in uir
mingiiam, Alabama. tns first
churcti was Hie Lie 11 wood Bapitsi
Mrs. Campbell is tne loinicr Miss
All former pupils and othel
mends of the couple are invib (I
to bring a lunch and attend the
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Mrs. Robert McDowell and
daughter, Delihy, oi Columbus
vJhio are Mailing at the home ol
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Eilei on Du
Country Club Drive. Mr. and Mrs
tiller, who are spenidihe, a tew
days in Fort I.audetdale. arc ex
pected to return this week.
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Mrs. E. 11. tsnlhour of Charlotti
and her daughteit Mrs. Edwit
Thomas and little daughter. NoM
of Spattanburge S. are visitin;
Mrs. 1 sen hour's slsteis, Mrs. R. L
Coin and Mrs. Kate Morris.
Takes Part In
A popular feature of the 1953
Junaluska Institute of Church
Music has been the Children's
Choir composed of forty boys and
gins trom the Lake Junaluska and
Canton vicinity and from Lancast
er, S. C. The Children's Choir,
under the direction of nationally
known Kuth Krehbiel Jacobs, and
with Mrs. Thomas Rice as choir
inother, had an important sustain- !
nig part in the brilliant Festival !
Concert, a colorful and dramatic
teature of the Junaluska Music
institute, ^presented Saturday even
ing under the direction of Dr. John
Milton Kelly of San Francisco.
Representing the Lane Juna
iu.ua aica, were the loliowing
tuiKircn: Nancy and Peggy Haugti
?iaii, iiastom Canton, jr., Jonii
v oiuon, uutothy Correll, Marina
uuncan, Vvebo Garrison, Given
ncdting. Danny Gray, Jim Hender
son, tveiyn and Frederick Johner,
ijonii Mccieaiy, Same McLarty,
| aloiii iviunson, Allan and snarl
? i^uaiiuaii, ai 'and Ruddy Ross,
(kiaruia Russell, Kathryn nnn Wil
son, carol Wnson, Jack Woile and
jean nay Ogilvie.
Mt inkers irom Central Metho
dist ciiuitn at canton: Jackie ai
nson, juumie naiiy, cieweiiyn
cooper, uickie Hyatt, Amelia hou
niton, tviary caioi and weicn War
.tii, Woouy Westmoreland, Julia
Ann Vv iiaon and ceqnna /.amery.
1 rom the Lancaster Methodist ?
Chuicn: Jutia nowers, Jaime Uea
tou, Ann uooos, Nancy Kay Hunt- *
et, t,ianie Morrison and Lleanor v
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Marguerite Russ [
i'luys With Symphony lv
Orcnestra At Camp 1
ftliss Marguerite Russ appeared s
witn the '11 ansyivama Symphony ^
<Ji chestra in a concert given at the
Uaiisylvania Music Camp Friday t
. veiling under the direction of s
James Christian Ptohl.
The privilege of playing with a
die orchestra is a distinct honor i
.uid an muicaiion of the ability I ,
of the >oung musician, since only
lour ciannuiists are lciuded in the ?
oO-piece group. In addition to ^
.vUss i.uss, those playing clarinets j
were Ignatius UehnUsa7*rirst Clari-',
netist of the' Oaliimore Symphony,
Miss Virginia TUlotson, instructor f
at clarinet at Baylor University, c
and Jim Hedley, a college junior. J
Miss Buss, a rising junior and a v
clarinetist in the Waynesville High e
School concert baud, has attended
liansylvania Music Camp for the C
past tiuee summers and for the ; f
past two summers has been -all
member of the concert band of the t
The concert band, which is di
rected by Paul Bryan, director of e
the Duke University Band, has al- (
so played under Dr. Thor Johnson t
of die Cincinnati Symphony Or- I
enestra. The group has given week- j
iy concerts at tlie camp and has ]
; aiso given programs in neighbor
ing towns during the current sea- r
'I he Camp orchestra and band
have made recordings to be broad- c
'fust over coast-to-coast radio net- (
works. i f
I She will remain for the three
. week Music Festival, which will t
1 feature some of the best known 2
' music artists of the country.
Miss Russ is the daughter of c
' Mr. and Mrs. W. Curtis Russ. 2
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Commander and Mrs. Jasper E t
Morgan and daughter.- Katherine j
' Way Morgan, have returned to
i Bethesda, Maryland after a visit
. with the former's parents, Mr. and |
I' Mrs. J. K. Morgan. Commander <?
' Morgan is doing research at the i
' Medical Center in Bethesda. t
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Miss Walker Is
Lt. H. C. Boyd
Mr. and Mrs Grad) H. Walker
of Clyde announce the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Bonnie Ann
Walker, to Lieutenant Harold Cal
vin Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Calvin Boyd, of Shepherdsville,
The wedding was solemnized at
the Beaumont Methodist Church,
Knoxviiie, Tennessee, Sunday
evening. June 28. at 6 o'clock. The
Rev. A. G. Hall officiated, using
the double ring ceremony.
lire unue uuie a unite suit
whu maiviiiiig accessories and ear
ned a oouvyuci cemeiea Wild a
Mis. naipn O. Wallace, sister ol j
he onuc, was lliauou ui nuilor i
?ud naipu kj. Wallace, iiaienuty '
riuiiKr ui uie inlut'faiooni, scivcu i
is uest man. i
iiuiiieiiiaieiy following the cere- '
uouy uie members ol me weuuing
idi iy w?.ie iec*-1veo at me nuiuc
>i mi. anu iuis. iv. U. Wanace ai- 1
er wnicii me coupie leu ior a .
vending trip tniougn Uie amoky ?
Mrs. jboyd is a graduate of ni
ancoia Memorial university. Har- l>
ogaie, ivnnessee wnere sue was u;
ineiuoer oi z.eia iau ivappa sur-1
iiny. one aiso ancnocu mae Mur- in
ay college ior women in jackson- E
me, in., wnere sue received a
.lasier of science Degree this cl
pi nig. o)
1 he bridegroom is a graduate of a
-1 ntoi n Memorial university |
vnere no was a member oi uie el
arsny OasKctoau and baocoail
tarns and was also metuocr ol
he Gamma Ldmbda Sigma Fra
ernity. ne was graduaied Irom j<
ne US.vF Ofticers Candidate I d
ictiooi, San Antonio, Texas and M
'trsonel Liuicers Scnool at Scott M
ur f orce Base, Illinois. He is now I ~
tationed uitii Uie Air force in ~
Mrs. Boyd will visit relatives in
he county until September when
he wilt go to Morrison, Illinois
rhere she has accepted a position
is head of the Physical Education
department at the Morrison Com
nunHy High School.
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Ur. and Mrs. Clark Buy
Vlotor Court In Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hugh Clark,
ormerly of Waynesville, have ro
ently purchased the Lone Yucca
ilotel and trailer park in Victor
ille, California which they are op
Mr. and Mrs. Clark have been at
iuam, M. I. where the former has
lad a position with the UUlities
department. Mrs. Clark has had a
losition with the U. S. Navy on
Mr. Clark, son of Mrs. Dee Clark
if Waynesville and the late Mr.
-lark was formerly employed with
he Waynesville Water and Light
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^ong's Chapel Circles
To Meet This Week
The circles of the Woman's So
iety of Long's Chapel Methodist
-hurch will meet this week as
Circle 1 will meet in the home
if Mrs. T. J, Fincher, Tuesday at
Circle 2 will meet in the home
>f Mrs. W. N. Thomas, Tuesday, at
Circle 3 will meet in the home
if Mrs. R. C. Ellis, tonight at 8
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Norton of
.umberton were weekend guests
if the latter's parents, Mr. and
Vfrs. J. F. Stamey. Mrs. Norton is
he former Miss Susie Stamey.
MKS. HAKOLD CALVIN BOYD,
is the former Miss Bonnie Ann
Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
l.rady il. Walker of Clyde. She
was married June 28 in Knox
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Vill Meet Tuesday
Meetings of Circles of the Way
esville 1'resbyterian Church have
een scheduled for Tuesday, Aug
st 4, as follows:
Circle 1, Mrs. W. F. Swift, ehair
lan, will meet in the Assembly
oom of the church at 3:30 p.m.
Circle 2, Mrs. George Craig,
lairman, will meet in the home
[ Mrs. F. E. Worthington, at 10::30
Circle 3, Mrs. F. G. Hippetoa,
lairman, will meet in the home of
Irs. Ted Meyer at 7:30 p.m.
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Jack Brown of Salem, Mass, has
?ined Mrs. Brown and their chil
ren for a visit at the home of
Irs. Brown's parents, Mr. and
Irs. J. H. Way. I
' Joyce Carter
Miss Joyce Carter was elected
1953 Queen of Junaluska by pop
ular vote of the Lake Junaluska
Miss Carter, a rising junior at
the University of North Carolina
was runnerup in last j ear's con
test and served as maid of honor
to the queen. Miss Betty Anne
Robinson of Hickory. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Carter of Lake Junaluska.
Runnerup this year is Miss
Lucy Neeley of Columbia, S. C.
rising sophomore at Wesleyan Col
lege, Macon, Georgia. She will be
maid of honor for'Miss Carter.
The new queen will be crowned
by last year's queen in ceremonies
to be held August' 15 in the As
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Mrs. Frazier Is
The Cecil Home Demonstration
Club met Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. A. M. Frazier. Mrs. J. E.
Burnette presided and the devo
tional was given by Mrs. James
Mrs. Burnette. health chairman,
gave a report on Mental Health.
Mrs. James Reeves and Mrs. A. M.
Frazier gave suggestions for the
flower grower for the fall months.
Plans were made for an all day
meeting at the Warren Camp in
The demonstration on "Modern
Home Laundry Methods" was giv
en by the Home agent.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Widiner of
Dayton, Ohio are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Hyatt.
See Our Large Selection of New Fall
CJ VIV T I? H O Including, Cardigans
? ? M II M Pull overs and Sweatcl, Scts I
Mr. and Mrs Bert W^
their two children have
from a vacation at Kure
son have returned
George where thev
weeks vacation '
Alto $100 to 2473
Wedding Ring 12.39
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Town Of Hazelwood, North Carolina
Summary Of Annual Budget For The
Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1954
TOTAL GENERAL STREET WATER SERVICE
Budget Requirement. $52,884.00 $18,402.00 $9,547.00 $19,065.00 $5,870.00
Fist. Revenue Other
Tax Levy 31,506.00
Collections of 1953 Tax
Required i'o Balance Budget 21,378.00'
Est. Collections of
Prior Levies 1.670 00
Tax Levy For 1953-^4 24 >915.00
Reserve For <
Non-Collectable Yr>. 3,737.00
Poll Tax ? 200.00
Tax Rate 1953-54 1.65 .70 .80 1 .15
Tax Rate 1952-53 1 1.65 ' .70 .60 .35
Tax Rate 1951-52 1.65 .70 .50 * .45
Estimated Valuation $1,510,000.00 assessed
Adopted July 27, 1953.
J. R. CARSWELL
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Have a wardrobe of silky-soft sweaters . . . with nary a strain oil >
budget. It's so easy to collect our new bulky knits, costume eiiwiu tv I
jcwcJ-trim and ombre-shadowed beauties. Come and sec them n??* j
This Is The Largest Selection of Sweaters We Have Ever Show"
We Urge You To Come In Now While Our Stocks Are Conip'clc I
lect Your School Sweaters Early ?
"Better Brands Mean Better Buys"