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Home Clubs Have Christmas
Parties And Elect Officers
Several Haywood County Home
Demonstration Clubs elected new
officers at meetings last week, and
at the same time celebrated Christ
mas with parties and demonstra
tions of Christmas decor and wrap
The Francis Cove meeting was
in the form of a Christmas dinner
at the home of Mrs. Grady Sisk.
with Miss Evelyn Sisk as co-host
Ne? officers elected were Mrs.
Joe wpone, president, replacing
1 Mrs. "p. C. Rickman; Mrs. Frank
Christopher, first vice president;
Mrs. Henry Francis, second vice
president; Mrs. R. H. Francis, sec
retary-treasurer; Mrs. Fred Davis,
assistant secretary-treasurer; Miss
Evelyn Sisk, historian: Mrs. Grady
Sisk. chairman,'telephone commit
Homer-West and Mrs. L.
L. V|len were welcomed as guests
at yje Francis Cove meeting.
Officers elected by the Cecil
11% were Mrs. James Reeves,
president, replacing Mrs. J. Edgar
? BurwSt; Mrs. W. H. Hargrove,
first vice president; Mrs. Max
! Burnett, second vice president;
Mrs. Grover Warren, secretary;
' Mrs. A. M. Frazier, treasurer; Mrs.
J. Edgar Burnett, historian. The
meeting included a covered dish
luncheon with special dishes by
Mrs. Alonzo Warren and Mrs.
James Reeves. Mrs. Grover War
? ren was hostess assisted by her
sister, Mrs. W. M. Gibson of West
Canton. January meeting of the
Cecil Club will be with Mr. Har
Mrs. Manson Medford was elect
ed persident of the Iron Duff Club
. which met with Mrs. Frank Davis.
? Other officers elected are Mrs. V.
R. Davis, first vice president; &Irs.
Fred Davis, second vies president;
Mrs. Raymond Caldwell, secretary
treasurer; Mrs. J. R. Caldwell, as
sistant secretary-treasurer; and
Mrs. Grady Davis, historian. .
Mrs. Medford will go to Chicago
' this week to attend the National
1 Convention of the American Farm
Bureau, a trip which she w'on in a
Bureau Membership Drive.
Iron Duff members voted to do
nate a large box of toys to needy
families for Christmas. January
meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Robert Davis was hostess^
to the White Oak Club for its
t^hristmas ^arty. Mrs. George Bor
ing was co-hostess and presided.
Plans were made for the January
1 meeting to be held in the home of
Mrs. WaltdV Lowe with Mrs. Rcwe
Saunook ladies celebrated by
entertaining their husbands with a
banquet in the school lunch room.
| The dining fiall had been beautiful
ly decorated by a committee head
ed by Mrs. Ed McClure and in
i eluding Mrs. Charles Beck, Mrs.
Guy Queen, Mrs. Bill Stephens and
Mrs. Howard Arrington.
The president, Miss Phyllis Hart
j man, served as mistress of cere
monies and a program was pre
sented under the direction of Mrs.
Herbert Singletary and Mrs. Steve
Plemmons. It was the Christmas
| story in song and narration. Mrs.
j Carl McCracken, Jr. accompanied
! on her accordian the singing of
carols led by Mrs. Charles Beck.
The food preparation committee
for the Saunook banquet consisted
| of Mrs. Francis McCracken, chair
man, Mrs. James McClure, * Mrs.
Carl McCracken, Jr., and Mrs. Phil
INSTRUCTIONS FOR GAMES played at the an
nual Lions Club Christinas party for the blind of
Haywood County were given here by Miss Pauline
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Williams, case worker for tke blind, who is her
All the clubs had an exchange of
Christmas gifts, ?and those having
business meetings also heard at
least one suggestion or gfft idea
for Christmas foods ( and decora
tions from each club member..Miss
Mary Cornwell, home agent, gave
a talk, '"Planning for Christmas,"
in most of the communities.
The Rev. Maloclm R. Williamson
was the guest speaker at the vesper
service Sunday afternoon at Ashe
ville School for Boys.
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Hear Chorus Monday
The St. John's High School Ctfee
Club will entertain the school's
parents club at its fleeting tonight.
Monday, at 7:30 p.m. in the school
auditorium. The glee club will sing
a selection of Christmas songs.
Mrs. Steven Czarnechi is chair
man of the program "and refresh
ments for this meeting. It has been
announced that the new school
movie projector, which the Par
ents Club recently purchased, will
be on display this evening.
Mrs. Charles Border, president,
Mrs. Ray Williams, Canton; Mrs.
Fred Calhoun, Hazelwood; Miss
Jean Mehaffey, Waynesville; Mrs.
Homer Caldwell, Canton; Mrs.
Letch Hall, Canton; Jennings Mc
Crary, Clyde; Ward Owen, Canton;
Mrs. Walter Price, Canton; Mrs.
T. J. Ball, Clyde; Bennie Hall,
Canton; Mrs. Ray Denton, Canton;
Frank Albright, Waynesville;^ R. H.
Crates, Chattanooga* Tenn.;*J. P.
Rathbone, Hazelwood; Mrs. Ted
Mrs. W. L. McClure, Hazelwood;
Mrs. Levi James, Clyde; Mrs.
James Sorrells and baby, Waynes
ville; Mrs. Ralph Phillips, Canton;
Mrs. James Holder, Hazelwood;
Mrs. Hugh Gaddy and baby, Can
ton; Dewey .Rathbone, Clyde; Mrs.
F. C. Milner, Waynesville; Sam
Frady, Waynesville; Mrs. Howard
Birchfield and baby, Canton; Mrs.
Paul Howell, Canton; Mrs. Theo
dore Clark, Canton; Mrs. Roy
Brown, Canton; Mrs. Affie Anders,
Hazelwood; Mrs. Bronlow Conner
and baby, Waynesville; Mrs. Jarvis
Brock and baby. Waypesville.
Mrs. Virgil Singleton and baby,
Canton; W. C. Sanford, Clyde;
Miss Audrey Stroup, Canton; Mrs.
Glenn Frady, Cqpton; Orville Gad
dy, Canton; Mrs. C. D. Ketner,
Waynesville; Mrs. Jack Wheeler
and baby, Waynesville; Mrs. Or
ville Shelton, Waynesville; Mrs.
Robert Millar and baby, Waynes
ville Mrs. Frank Medford and baby.
Waynesville; Mrs. Fred Galloway,
Waynesville; Miss Barbara Ann
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ross of
Waynesville, a son. December 10.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gentry of
Maggie, a daughter. December 11.
Mr. and Mrs. George Plemmons
of Waynesville, a son, December
Mr .and Mrs. James Stepp of
Canton, a son, December 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy- Matthews of
Canton, a daughter, December 13.
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BeJhel Faculty* j
Parents To Meet
In Donkey Ball
A squad of Bethel School teach
ers will battle a team of parents?
with tferyone riding donkey?
in the Bethel gym at 8 p.nv Moo
day for the benefit of the stadiu
Rough riders on the faculty will
include: C. C. P^nd?ter- ^d ^r
Pratt, Nicholas Bonarrigo, Gudger
Crawford, M. B. Madison .James
"Moody. John Carver M. C. Nix,
Sam Wilson, and Julian Htrt.
Wranglers among the P^"1*
are Clifton Terrell, school board
| chairman; David Vance and Ray
Mease, members of the school
board; Jack McCracken, Harley
Wells, and N. L. Deitz.
I Mrs. Anna Larrimore Hindman,
! 66 of Waynesville, died Saturday
at 9:30 a.m. in the Waynesville hos
pital after a long illness.
She was the wife of Dr. Sims
Hindman, pathologist at the Hay
wood County Hospital.
| Surviving, in addition to tie
husband, are two. daughters Mrs.
Henry Key of Horse Shoe and Mrs.
Lawrence" Brautigan of Qrosse lie,
Mich; one sister, Mrs. Louise
Sherwood of Toledo, Ohio; and one
brother, W. W. Larrimore of Fred
I erick, Md.
The body has been sent to Tole
do. Ohio, for funeral services and
' burial. -
The Waynesville Homemakers
held their annual Christmas dinner
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Ratcliffe Saturday night.
The home was decorated through
out with Christmas arrangements
and Santa Cla'us distributed gifts.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
M. T. Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Howard Bryson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Cathey, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Cham
pion, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cilne, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Isley, Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Jaynes, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Leatherwood, Mr. and
Ms. John Nesbitt, Mr. and l^rs. Ben
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wil
liams. Miss Mary Cornwell, Miss
Jean Childers, and Miss Elsie
Club Meets Wednesday
The Laymen's Club of the
Wavnesville Presbyterian Church
will hold their regular monthly
supper meeting at the Church on
Wednesday evening at 7:00 o clock,
i Charles Whitman, president, will
j preside and a Christmas dinner
will be served by the women of
Circle No. 3 with Mrs. F. G. Rip
petoe in charge. All men of the
church congregation are urged to
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