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M? OF INTEREST TO WOMEN ISS 1
? v Olfict Phone GL 6-5301 - Eleanor B. Sloan, Editor - Rome Phone GL 6-4952 7
Mrs. Ellis Has
For Two Sons
Mrs. Rav Ellis entertained a
group of children at a party Tues
day afternoon at her home on Hill*
fide Terrace as a ioint birthday
celebration of her sons. Steve and
Ralph. Stove reached his fourth
tirthday anniversary' July 31 and
katpn eras a year old on August 3
Games were plaved and refresh
ments served on the lawn. Mrs El
lis was assisted by her sister. Mrs
Joe Ward -of Wallace
1 he guests were Sammy and Rob
by Allison. Phil and Donnie Cath
ey, Charles Pannell. Penny Welch
Gerald Rav Medford, Charles
Leatherwood Joe Edwards. Kenny
Caldwell', Michael Davis, Wayne
Shumolis. Ronnv Leatherwood and
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Mrs. Noyes Long and two chil
dren, Larry and Troy, of Old Hick
ory. Tennessee, arrived yesterday
to spend the remainder of the week
with the former's mother, Mrs W.
Beaverdam Club Has
All Day Workshop
An al)-d?v mwiinc and *urt
?hop was bHd by the Beavrrdain
lluur Demonstration Club Tues
' day in the basement of the Rock
wood Methodist Church Mrs
David Banli and Mrs Joyce Owen
1 were hostesses.
Mrs Hovt Barton, craft leader,
conducted a workshop for ranking
copper flower containers and
trays nr.d Mrs Sherrill J unison
conducted a workshop on textile
A brief business session was
held in the afternoon with Mrs.
George Fradv. president, presid
ing Mrs. Fradv announced plans
for the community picnics.
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, Workshop Is Held
By Good Neighbors
A workshop for decorating wood
en trays was held bv members of
the Good Neighbors Club of Cen
ter Pigeon Monday night at the
home of Mrs. Ray Haynes. Mrs.
Crawford Mease was co-hostess for
! the meeting.
Mrs. Cecil Murray presided dur
ing the brief business session.
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To Plan Study Courses
Secretaries of Missionary Educa
tion of twenty-two Woman's So
cieties of Methodist Churches in
Haywood County will meet Friday
at 10 a.m. at the home of Miss
Louise Ballard at Lake Junaluska.
The grouo will plan study
courses for the coming year.
Mrs. John Taylor will represent
the Wavnesville and Canton 'Epis
copal Churches at the meeting.
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Mr. and Mrs. O. R. McDonald
and three sons, David Stentz, and
Gregory and Robin McDonald, of
I-arned. Kas., will arrive Saturday
' for a visit with Mrs. McDonald's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Swift.
Miss Bischoff i
Miss Anne Bischoff was hostess
of a lingerie shower Wednesday
evening in her home in Hazelwood,
honoring Mis.- Betty Franklin,
bride-elect of Walter James
Arrangements of white flowers
were used in decorating and the
bridal moiif was carried out in
The hostess was assisted by her
mother. Mrs. George Bischoff. and
her house guest. Miss Barbara
Brown of Daytona Beach, Fla
Mrs T. G. Boyd. Jr., a recent
bride, was presented a gift of
Those invited were Miss Frank
lin, Mrs. Wiley Franklin. Mrs.
T. G. Boyd, Jr., Mrs. Aaron Hyatt,
Mrs. Jesse C. James, Mrs. Charles
Ruff. Mrs. James Franklin, Mrs.
Jane Lang, Mrs. Charles Ray How
ell, Miss Brent Chapman of Char
lotte, Miss Braxton Crocker. Miss
Lillian Medford, Miss Betty Nol
and, Miss Kathryn Hyatt. Miss
Nancy Leatherwood, Mrs Bob
Ferguson, Miss Patsy Brendle. Miss
Viola Mae Taylor, and Miss Joyce
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HDC Clubs Plan
Miss Mary Cornwell- lias an
nounced plans (or meetings of
home demonstration clubs for the
coming week as follows:
Thursday, Aug. 6?Maggie?Mrs.
Eldridge Caldwell (Mrs. Ken Cald
well)?-Copper work shop ? 9;30
Friday, Aug. 7?Jonathan?Mrs.
Lee Howell (Family Picnic) 6:30
Friday, Aug. 7?Crabtree-Hyder
Mt.?Mrs. Joe Palmer ? Craft
Monday, Aug. 10?Morning Star
?Mrs Loranzo Smathers (Crafts
workshop and family picnic) ?
Monday. Aug. 10?Canton Home
makers?Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duke
?Family Picnic?6:00 p.m.
Tuesday. Aug.. 11?Lakeside ?
Family Picnic?6:00 p.m. ? Mrs.
Wednesday. Aug. 12 ? Francis
Cove-1?Mrs. W. A. Hyatt <Miss Nan
cy Hippsl?7:30 p m ?"How Do We
Rate As Parents?".
Thursday, Aug. 13?Fines Creek
?Mrs Dee Clark?Family Picnic?
I 7:00 p.m.
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The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal Church has announced
two meetings for Tuesday. August
The executive board will meet at
the Parish House at 10 a.m., with
Mrs. J. R. McCracken. president'
of the Auxiliary, presiding.
At 8 p.m. a general meeting of
the Auxiliary will be held in the
Mrs. McCracken will preside and
will give a renort on the Adult
Conference at Kanuga I^ake. Mrs
Roy Campbell will give a report of
the summer fair and bazaar held
Plans for the coming year will
also be discussed.
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JIMMY SWIFT COMPI.ETFS
Jimmy Swift, who has snent the
summer in training with the Nav
al Reserve Officer's Training Corps.;
is expected to arrive tomorrow to
spend a vacation with his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs W. F. Swift.
Midshipman Swift, a rising jun-l
ior at the Georgia Institute of j
Technology, trained with more than
800 Juniors from 26 of the nation's
colleges and universities at Corpus
Chrlsti, Tex., and later at Little
Creek, Norfolk, Va.
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Mrs. W. R. Wilson and Mrs.
Julia Payne of Savannah. Georgia,
heve returned to their home after
a visit with their sister, Mrs. Z.
V. Price. 1
MISS JOVCE CARTER, 20, inspects the crown she will wear as
the 1953 "Oueen of Lake Junaluska" following her formal corona
tion August 15. A rising junior at the University of North Carolina,
Miss Carter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carter, year
round residents at the lake. She was elected by Methodists of
more than a dozen states in attendance at Junaluska, winning over
three other candidates in a spirited campaign. The runner-up,
Miss Lucy Neeley, Columbia, S. C? who will be a sophomore at
Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., will serve Miss Carter as Maid of
Honor. The third principal in the coronation will be the 1952
queen. Miss Betty Anne Robinson of Hickory. (Grenell Photo).
MYF Plans Hayride
And Picnic For Sunday
The Youth Fellowship of the
First Methodist Church will have
a hayride and picnic supper Sun
day afternoon, followed by a ves
The young people will meet at
the church at 2:30 p.m. and will go
to the Pink Beds for supper and
Tommy Curtis is serving as
chairman of arrangements for the
outing and Stanford Massie will
he in charge of recreation.
All members of the MYF who ex
nect to attend and who wish to
bring guests are asked to contact
Tommy Curtis or Linda Sloan by
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Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Gentry had
as guests last weekend Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. Duvall and children of
Greenville, S, C.. Mrs. Roy Duvall
and Miss Irene Bagley of Augusta,
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Lan
ford and children of Woodruff, S.C.
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Mrs M. L. Bell, Jr., and children.
Sallie Lou and Lee. of Jackson
ville ,Fla.. are visiting the form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Gentry of
Dandruff. S. C., will spend this
weekend here as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. P H. Gentry.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ned Tucker have
returned from a ^week's trip
through the Shenandoah National
Park and Washington. D. C.
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Mr. and Mrs. Eric Clauson arriv
ed Sunday from a European tour
and will spend the remainder of
the summer at their home on the
Country Club Drive. Mr. and Mrs.
Clauson visited the former's rela
tives in Stockholm, Sweden, and
toured several countries on the
Continent. They were met in New
York by their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William
Ray, who returned with them.
Mrs. Wahlgren Has
Party For Children
Mrs. Bert Wahlgren was hostess
of a children's party Wednesday af
ternoon at her home in the Bal
sam Manor Apartmens honoring
her daughter, Judy Wahlgren, and
her son, Billy Wahlgren. The party
marked Judy's eighth birthday and
| Billy's seventh birthday.
Refreshments were served on flfie
lawn following games and the
guests were presented favors.
Attending the party were Sandra
Nance, Mark Meyer, Caroline and
Suzanne Moore. Gail Pizzuto,
D'anne Danley, Linda and Nancy
Plelness. Lynn and Jody Kilpatrick.
David and Kenan Ray, and Ches
ter, Helen, and Edward La Fon
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Mrs. Charles Burgin has as her
guests her brother and sister-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Axley of
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Pfc. Kenneth E. Moody has re
turned to Bermuda where he is
stationed with Air Force after
spending a 30-day leave with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L.
Moody of Waynesville.
HARDLY ANY BILL TO FOOT
WOMEN'S FINE SUMMER
VALUES UP TO $5.95
These Shoes Have Been Reduced For
Quick Clearance ?
Hurry In Today For The Best
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Strand Theatre Bldg.
123 Main Street J J
THE OLD HOME TOWN ^
fafteb "the- operation amo they^^r
& had plastered up the rtsit/entj m
[The doctor Discovered he'd lm
left his saw,two chisels ahd^MV
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W* STAND THEWC - JK
By VHA WINSTON
COTTON, Arm of weave, and
In a rich, dark rod. makes a dress
thdt la % forerunner for fall, and
k Just right far the coolish days
that come In late summer. Actu
ally It la a tiny check of Mack
and red, hot gives a red effect
The Mndtng la black yroagraln, a
nice CouCh YOr the perky stand-op
collar bow and front closing to
the Waist. Black belt. Skirt is
gathered, la cut On the bias, and
has y> sag rain - bound pockets
Library Notes |j
Court r UOnrkn i
You program chairmen who -are l"
getting programs lined up for the
fall and winter months will be glad
to know of a new book just put on I
Vitalised Assemblies: 200 pro
grams for all occasions, by Thomp
And for those of you who are
ir. charge of church finances and
budgets and are racking your brains
for ways and means, here's the book
for you: i
101 Ways to Raise Money for
Your Church; including "The liv
ing light" a royalty-free Christmas
For those of you who want to
reminisce, this book will really
take you back;
We Called it Culture; the story
of Chautauqua by Victoria Case
and Robert Ormond Case.
Petticoat Surgeon, the biography
of Bertha Van Hoosen, a Chicago
doctor, now 84 who recalls the days
when she was that unwanted rarity
a "hen medic." Recollections of
her long practice, including her
roll in helping to introduce "twi
light sleep" are related.
Are you a crossword puzzle fan
or a contest addict you'll need this
Allen's Snynonyms and Anto
nyms, revised and enlarged.
And if you're poor like us and
like to dream about those trips
you're going to take, you might
even get to taking off after reading:
Poor Man's Guide to Europe by
if you're not any of these but
just like to read, here's a new
Western by Murphy:
And a new historical romance:
Captive Princess; the story of the
first Christian princess of Britain
And now you Juniors, here are
some for you:
Charlotte's Web by White. The
story of a little girl who could talk
Biquette, the white goat by
Storm Book by Zolotow.
Bricht Morning by Simon.
Red Sails to Capri by Weill.
Puss in Boots by Perrault.
Ape in a Cape; an alphabet of
old animals by Eichenberg.
Rig Book of the Wild West by
Birthdays of Freedom; America's
heritage from the ancient world.
Kites; a practical guide to kite
making and flying by Fowler.
Thirty-One Brothers and Sister*
Robinson Crusoe by Defoe.
Secret of the Andes by Clark.
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MRS CLARK AT ST. JOSEPH'S
Mrs. Elmer T. Clark of Lake
Junaluska, is a patient at St.
Joseph's Hospital in Asheville
where she Is receiving treatment
for Injuries to her arm. She was
hurt in a fall on Main Street in
Waynesville Monday morning.
Picnic At Junaluska To
Honor Former Teachers
A picnic will be held at the
luditorium at Lake Junaluska
sunday at 1:30 p.m. to honor the
iter and Mrs. Carl Campbell of
Sirininfham, Ala., former teachers
>f the Haywood Institute.
The picnic was formerly planned
o be held at the home of .Mrs. D.
3. Plott and the IflU- Mr. Plott at
The Rev. Mr. Campbell Is pas
or of a Baptist Church in Birin
IX* 11 wood Bapti-t Mr,
Another honor euest rfl
AU former pupils
friends of the honor
invited to brimt ?
and attend the prograa/l
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Men have rowed
across the Atlantic m o^H
Think of it! 1
AT RELIABLE JEWELERS J
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Nr. and Mrs. H. C. Schlegelmilch
BALSAM MOUNTAIN SPRINGS
Wish To Announce The Resuming
Of Their Famous
Each Sunday Night, Beginning At 6:30, The Balsam Mountain |
Springs Hotel Dir>ing Room Is Filled With 25 Feet of Delect* I
able Buffet Dishes. These Buffet Dinners Are A Continuation I
Of Last Season's Dinners - - - The Ones That Met With So Much I
Approve And Success. Mr. and Mrs. Sohlogelmilch Extend I
To All A Cordial Invitation To Come And Inspect Their I
Balsam Cuisine. , I
$2.00 Per Person I
You Can Eat As Much As You Can Hold I
BALSAM, NORTH CAROLINA I'HONK BALSAM NO. *1
EVELYN C. REED
TEACHER OF PIANO
Attended Master Classes At The
Clnctaaati Conservatory. Les
sens and Interpretation Classes
From Ernest Uuteheson, Form
erly President of The Juiliiard
School of Music.
Training In Europe
1500 Asheville ?Road