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Is Elected To
Cadet Billy C. George, ion of
Mr. and Mr?. Chreit George, has
been signals honored by election
to the Horton Society of Riveraide
Military Academy of Gainesville,
Georgia and now at its winter home
In Hollywood, Kla.
The Horton Society is Riverside's
major leadership group of 25
cadets elected by faculty and
cadets, and Cadet Sergeant George
la one Of the few sophomores ever
to win this honor. His older broth
er, Second Lieutenant Paul George,
was inducted into the Society last
^September and both are members
|>f the Cadtt Council as well Both
are alsd outstanding members of
Riverside's varsity football team.
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New arrival! at the Haywood
County Hospital include:
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs Car
roll Carver of Canton on Feb 2.
A daughter to Mr. ancK Mrs
Carroll Ingle of Canton on Feb. 2.
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John
ny Ross of Waynesvllle on Feb. 2.
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Boyd
Allen of Canton on Feb. 3
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs
George Austin of Hazelwood on
" A sou to Mr. and Mrs Robert
Cibson of Waynesvllle on Feb. 4.
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Hoglen of Canton on Feb 4
A son to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bur.
rett of Canton on Feb. 4.
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Swanger of Hazelwood on Feb 4.
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs Rob
ert S. Ray of Canton on Feb 3.
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Goodson of Waynesvllle on Feb 5.
A *on to Mr and Mrs. W. J.
Burke of Canton on Feb 6.
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St. John's Parents
To Sponsor Dance
A Valentine Dajice for teen-ag
ers will be held at St. John's
School Saturday. February 11, from
B p.m. wiUI 113? p m ,
? The dunce Is being sponsored by
Jhe Pargnts' Club of the school and
parents will also serve as chaper
bnes Admission will be 23 cents
people are Invited. J
"tlSIT US FOR
THR SMART SHOP
Maiit gt. GL 6-8210
Mrs. Riegg Is
Of Garden Club
Mr*. Al Riegg has been elected
president of the Mountain View
Garden Club, succeeding Mrs.
Election of new officers was
held at a regular luncheon meet
ing of the club Thursday In the
home of Mrs. Boyd Medford. Ttie
officers will assume their duties at
the May meeting.
Elected to serve with Mra. Riegg
were Mrs. Irving Leatherwood. vice
president; Mrs Boyd Medford, sec
retary; Mrs. Fred Hyatt, treasure;
Mrs. Simon Klosky. corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. David Hyatt,
sperial projects chairman.
Mrs, Walter Baermann present
ed a program on Conservation.
Mrs. Weaver Kirkpatrick and
Mrs. Ray Ellis were welcomed as
Luncheon was served by the
hostesses Mrs Medford. Mrs. Gor
don Cagle. and Mrs. Sam Calhoun.
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Has Program On
Mrs. John Queen and Mrs.
George Plolt were hostesses at a
meeting of the Haywood Chapter.
United Daughters of the Confed
eracy. Friday afternoon In the
home of Mrs Queen.
A program on Sidney Lanier was
presented by Mrs Sam Queen.
Mrs. C F. Kirkpatriek, president,
presided and Mrs. Roy Campbell
gave a report of the annual Lee
Jackson declamation contest spon
sored by the chapter In the Waynes
vllle junior,high school
Mrs. J R Boyd read the presi
dent general's message from the
Confederate magazine and told In
teresting events in the life of one
of her Confederal^ ancestors.
Guests were Mrs. Jeff Garrett of
Reidsville and Mrs. Charles Bur
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Monday, Feb 6, 7:00 p m.?Good
Neighbors?Mrs. B. N, Pierce
Tuesday. Feb. 7, 2:00 p.m. ?
Beaverdam?Mrs. Jarrett William
son (Mrs. T. G. Murray. Mrs
Wednesday, Feb. 8. 2:00 p.m.?
While Oak?Mrs. France Teague
Wednesday. Feb. 8. 7:30 p.m.?
Francis Cove?Mrs. Fred Davis.
Thursday. Feb 9, 9:00 a.m. ?
Fines Creek?Mrs. France Rogers.
Friday, Feb. 10. 1:30 pjn ?
Iron Duff-Crabtree?Hyder Moun
tain Methodist Church.
Robert Massle spent the weekend
In Chapel Hill.
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INSIDE STORY . . . Ill fitting foundations can ru
In the line of the smartest spring costume The girl
sketched in the center la correctly outfitted for th
e new sheath silhouette. In an all-in-one-corselette,
giving lung, u
By DOROTHY ROE
Associated Press Women's Editor
IN THIS SEASON of dresses that fit like a sec
ond skin, a girl can't be too careful about her
underpinnings. The slightest bulge will ruin the
line of the new figure-revealing fashions.
Although much has been Written about the im
portance of correctly fitted foundation garments,
there seem to be all too many women who buy a
girdle or bra as casually as they pick out a new
scarf or a blouse.
This spring It Is more than ever Important to
pick the right foundations to give your figure the
long, unbroken line demanded by 1956 fashions.
And after you have selected the style that is best
(pr your figure, don't fail to have it carefully fitted.
That's what the fitters in the corset section your
store are for. And here are some of the common
mistakes they can help you to avoid:
I. The too-tight bra, which causes the flesh on
your back to bulge above it. This is particularly
noticeable when a plump woman in a tight bra
wears a strapless evening gown.
2. The too-short, too-tight girdle which has to
be tugged down constantly in what has 1>een called
the great American gesture. This also Is likely to
cause bulges at midrilT and thighs.
3. The boned strapless bra whose cups are too
large, so that the bra stands out from the bustline
and the body of the wearer moves independently
within it. Did you ever see a girl turning to the
side while her bra went the other way? It's a com
4. The bra whose cups are too small, so that
the bust seems about to overflow above it.
5. The iron-clad girdle which is too long, so
that the wearer has difficulty walking or sitting
For this spring's slim fashions, the all-in-one
corselette usually is the best foundation. When cor
rectly fitted, this gives the figure a smooth unbrok
rn line with no break at the waistline. New light
weight fabrics make it comfortable and give the
body freedom of movement.
If you prefer a separate girdle and bra, see that
the girdle comes well above the waistline. The
smooth midriff is an important feature of the new
silhouette. The long bra also helps achieve this
If thigh bulges are your problem, the long-legged
panty girdle is your prescription. In new power
nets, these lightweight girdles permit free action,
yet give firm control under slim skirts.
Joe Rose To Make
Joe Emerson Rose left Saturday
on a business trip to Minneapolis
and Chicago. In Minneapolis he
will be filmed for television pro
grams sponsored by Red Rand
Mr. Rose is featured now on
Joe Emerson'a Hymn Time, week
day 'radio program sponsored by
Mrs. Davis Is Hostess
At Meeting Of WSCS .
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of Elizabeth Chapel
i Methodist Church met Thursday
night in the home of Mrs. Roy
Mrs. James Medford presided
and Mrs. Joe Turner led the devo
A panel discussion on "Women
and The Workers" was presented
by Mrs. Ward Kirkpatrick. Mrs.
Paul Bryson, and Mrs. Mark Gal- 1
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MRS. MATNEY IMPROVING
Mrs. W. I,. Matney who has been
ill for a number of weeks, Is con- '
valesoing at her home. She expects 1
to resume her piano classes at an '
early date. 1
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The Rev and Mrs. Daniel Lane
of Lake Junaluska are leaving to
morrow for Redwood City. Calif.,
where they will spend several
weeks as guests of their son-in-law
and daughter. Mr and Mrs. Clyde
Taylor. They expect to return at
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t'se the Want Ads for results.
Miss Johnston To Give
Program At DAR Meet..
Miss Margaret Johnston, county
librarian will be the guest speak
er at a meeting of the Dorcas Bell
Love Chapter, Daughters of the
American Revolution, in the home
of Mrs. J. H. Howell. Sr., Friday
afternoon at 3 30 o'clock. The
program is being planned by Mrs.
Ben E. Coikitt.
Mrs. James L. Elwood, regent,
Hostess with Mrs. Howell will be
Mrs. J H. Howell. Jr.
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Dr. and Mrs. Jim Stringfield and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Way spent
;he weekend in Durham and at
ended the Duke-Carolina basket
Mil game Saturday night.
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Circles of the Woman's Mission
ary Society of the First Baptist
Church will meet Tuesday.
The Annie Armstrong Circle will
meet at 10 a.m. In the home of Mrs.
T. E Robinett
The Lottie Moon Circle will meet
at 10 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Boyd
The-Ann Judson Circle will meet
at 3:30 p.m. In the home of Mrs.
R. L. Pearson.
The Fannie E. S. Heck Circle will
meet at 7:30 p m. In the home of
Mrs. J. B. Siler.
The Pearl Johnson Circle will
meet at 7:30 p.m. in the home of
Mrs. Roy Reed
The Elixa Yates Circle will meet
at 7:30 p.m in the home of Mrs.
J. R. Morgan.
The Business Women's Circle
will meet at 7:30 p.m in the home
of Miss Hatsie Freeman.
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Miss Suzanne Curry left Sat-1
urday to resume her studies at the
University of Florida. Gainesville,
after spending a two weeks' mid
semester vacation with her mother,!
Mrs. Rankin Ferguson.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edge and
sons of Clyde spent the weekend in
Oak Ridge. Tenn. as guests of Mrs.
Edge's mother and sister, Mrs. Ad
die Dunlap and Miss Blanche
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Miss Harriet Gibson, senior at
Western Carolina College, and Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Gibson of Cullo
whee, spent the weekend with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
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Mrs. R.*L. Prevost has returned
to her home in Hazelwood after
spending several days in an Ashe
ville hospital. Mr and Mrs. Prevost
'recently moved into their new
home which is located next to their
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OMAHA, Neb. (AP> ? A cou
ple of young girls,, on a scavenger,
hunt, needed a cigar stub.
They rang doorbells in the
neighborhood. One man was eager
to help but a search of the house
disclosed no cigar stub. He offer
ed to smoke a fresh cigar down to
"Got lots of cigars,'' he explain
ed. "Wife had a baby this morn
ing.'? " ' ?
Circles of the First Methodist
Church will meet Tuesday as fol
Circle 1 will meet at 10 a.m. in
the home of Mrs. Anton Liebscher.
Circle 2 will meet at 3:30 p m
in the home of Mrs. Charles Bur
Circle 3 will meet at 3 p.m. in
the home of Mrs. Earl H. Brendall
Circle 4 will meet at 7:30 p.m.
in the home of Mrs. Claude Rogers
Circle 9 will meet at 7:30 p.m. in
the home of Mrs. Howard Bryson
with Mrs J. C. Crouser, Jr., as co
Circle 6 will meet at 7:30 P m.
in the home of Mrs. Harold Mc
Guigan with Mrs. Harvey Dulin as
Circle 7 will meet at*7:30 p.m.
in the home of Mrs. W. A. Rector
with Miss Mary Medford as co
Circle 8 will meet at 10 a.m. in
the home of Mrs. Virgil Smith
with Mrs. Harry Whisenhunt as co
The Wesleyan Guild will meet
at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
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Mrs. W. C. Smith of Riverside,
Ga. is here to spend a week with
her sisters. Misses Daisy and Bes
Circles of the Women of the
Waynesville Presbyterian Church
will meet Tuesday as follows:
Circle 1, Miss Alice Qulnlan,
chairman, will meet at the home
of Mrs, Calvin Thielman at 3:30
Circle 2. Mrs: Richard Border,
chairman, witl meet in the home of
Mrs. H. P. McCarroll at 10 a.m.
Circle 3, Mrs. Donald Mel row.
chairman, will meet in the home of
Mrs. Whitener Prevost. at 7:30
Circle 4, Mrs. Rt-bekka Murray,
chairman, will meet in the home of
Mrs. Hugh Daniel at 7:30 p.m.
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Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moody left
this morning for a vacation in
Florida. They will go to Hollywood
and on to Key West.
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special come sprint This pretty
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The sheath dress has a small
white band collar notched In
front and there is a white band
to ftnish the sleeves. White nov
elty braid trims the cape and
describes a front band down the
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