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Is Planned At
A benefit card party will be held
at St. John's school Tucaday. Feb
ruary 14, beginning at 8 p.m. The
ever.* U being sponsored by the
Parent*' Club of the school
Prlxe* will be awarded at each
table and refreshments will be
served by the girls' cheer leaders.
Guests may play the game of
their chqlce and are requested to
Mrs Simon Klosky is serving as
general chairman of arrangements
with a committed composed of Mrs.
Michael Plzzuto, refreshments; Mrs.
Al Riegg, decorating; Mrs. Alan
Brown and Mrs. Virgil Smith, sup
plies; Mr*. Charles Miller, adver
tising; and Mrs. Charles Ketner,
Tickets will be 79 cents each and
reservations for tables may be
made with Mrs. Klosky or Mrs.
Dupr prises are being donated by
Martin Electric Co.. Haywood Elec
tric Co, and Weilco Shoe Corp.
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Main Street Waynesville
THE TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY of county-wide
library nervlce was celebrated at the annual open
house held by the Woman's Club Tuesday after
noon. Seated at the tea service Is Mrs. Roy Camp
bell, president of the club. Standlnc are Mrs. W.
S. Roberts, chairman of arrangements for the
event .and Miss Margaret Johnston, librarian. The
birthday cake in the shape of a book, shown in the
foreground, was a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Fry. The flower arrangement was red and white
to carry out a Valentine motif.
New arrivals at the Haywood
County Hospital include:
A son to Mr. anl Mrs. J. R. Hipps
of Canton on February 6.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bur
nette of Waynesville on February
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mull of Brevard on February 7.
A daughter to Mr, and Mrs. R.
B. Baker of Canton on Fdbruafy
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. G.
M. Kimball of Waynesville on Feb
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Hannah of Canton on Febru
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wid
W.vatt of Waynesville, Route 1, on
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Warren of Waynesville on
cAt bright at t^oue...
cAnd at patting! TOK
/On Valentino's Day Olve Her A Gift j
" T?wl5p^ 1
And Make Her Happiness Complete! ?
Because only a Towle Vakntine can mean so very ?
much, youH sec her heart in her eyes when she opens 1
that Towk Sterling gift box (in our special gift wrap- 4
ping). Come in and kt us help you select the flll-in
pieces she wanu ... or the "superb gesture" place- i
6-fc place settings, from $79.7%
Serving pieces, from H.2S'
Is Celebrated At Tea
Will Be Held
At Clyde Church
A study course, "To Combine
Our Efforts for Lestinjf Feace^ will
be held in four sessions at the
Clyde Central Methodist Church,
beginning Tuesday, February 14.
The study will be under the lead
ership of Mrs. J. W. Fowler, Jr.,
secretary of Christian Social Rela
tions of the Wayr_.-.ville District of
the Methodist Church,
t Women of all denominations and
races are invited.
Each session will begin at 1:30
p.m. and continue until 3 p.m. The
dates are Tuesday and Thursday.
February 14 and 16, and Tuesday
and Thursday, February 21 and 23.
The Rev. George C. Starr, Jr.,
pastor of the Clyde church, will
conduct the devotions at the first
session and the study will be pre
sented by Mrs. T. E. Robinett of
the Waynejvlllc Baptist Church and
Mrs. Carey T. Wells, Jr. and Mrs.
Claude Cook of Canton.
The second program will Include
a devotional led by Mrs. Henry
Gaddy of Waynesville and a Aim
showing, "No Longer Strangers" to
be presented by Mrs. Walter Dixon.
Mrs. Wallace Ward, secretary of
the Wesleyan Guild of the Waynes
ville District of the Methodist
Church, will lead the third session
which will be devoted to a study
of the United Nations. Mrs Thomas
Stringfleld will conduct the devo
Dr. Elmer T. Clark of Lake Juna
luska. who attended meetings of
the World Council of Churches in
Amsterdam and in Evanston. Ill
will speak at the last session on
the organization and work of the
Councll. W. H. F Millar, Waynes
vllle attorney, will speak on the
Bill of Rights and International
Affairs. Mrs. Jerry Liner will lead
The study is a part of the pro
gram of the Woman's Society of
Christian Service of the Methodist
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Cpl. Prttchard Smith of the
North Carolina Highway Patrol will
apeak at a regular meeting of the
Waynesville Woman'* Club Thurs
day. February 16. at 3 p.m. The
meeting will be held In the dining
room of the First Methodist
Cpl. Smith will speak on High
way Safety. The program Is being
planned by the public affairs com
mittee of which Mrs. W. D. Smith
Miss Pearl Harris and Mrs. T. W
Bridges will present a program of
Hostesses will be Mrs. C. F. Kirk
patrlck, Mi's Robina Miller, Mrs.
| L E. Wiggins, and Mrs R. B. Bar
The twelfth anniversary of coun
ty-wlde library service was cele
brated at an annual open house,
sponsored by the Waynesville Wo
man's Club. Tuesday afternoon in
Numbers of library patrons
called during the afternoon and a
silver offering was taken for the
library building fund.
Callers were received by mem
bers of the library board: Mrs. T.
L. Gwyn, Glenn Palmer. J. L. Kil
patrick. and Col. J. H. Howell.
Miss Margaret Johnston, librari
an. and Mrs. James Atkins, assist
ant librarian, received at the door
and Mrs. Dan Cross and Mrs.
Frances Jones, members of the
library staff, were in charge of the
register. Bill Matney was in charge
of the Children's Room.
Refreshments were served from
a lea table In the reading room,
where a Valentine motif was used.
A large birthday cake, a gift of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Fry of Radio
Station WHCC, was featured and
the centerpiece was of red and
white carnations in a crystal and
Mrs. Roy Campbell, president of
the sponsoring club, Mrs. T. W.
Bridges, and Mrs. Ray Parshall
presided at the tea table and oth
ers assisting were Mrs. H. B. Foy.
Mrs. H. L. Baughman. Mrs. R. C.
Lane, Mrs. J. H. Howell. Sr., Miss '
Anne Albright, and Miss Pearl
Mrs. W. S. Roberts served as gen
eral chairman of the event. The
refreshment committee was com- <
posed of Mrs. Jimmy Williams, Mrs.
IT W. Bridges. Mrs. Merlin Eggen, i
. and Mrs. Mack Setzer. Mrs. Charles
Lsley, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Plem- ]
mons were in charge of decora- (
Among thocalles were represent- ]
ativcs of Mrs. William I. Lee's
third grade at Central Elementary
School, who brought along a bank
containing donations of the grade
to the building fund, amounting
to more than $10.00.
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'Nancy Underwood Is
?Member of Ball Court ,
Miss Nancy Underwood, who has (
been chosen one of five members of |
I the Sigma Nu fraternity's Sweet- ,
heart Court at Emory University, ,
will leave tomorrow to spend the f
weekend in Atlanta. She will ap- |
pear with the Sweetheart Court at |
th? White Rose Ball to be held by
the fratei.iity tomorrow night. ^
Miss Underwood, daughter of
Mrs. David Underwood, will be the ]
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Groves
and their son. Allen Groves, during 1
her stay in Atlanta. J
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St. John's Parents
To Sponsor Dance '
A Valentine Dance for teen-ag- i
ers wilt be*held at St. John's <
School Saturday. February 11, from 1
8 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. I
The dance is being sponsored by 1
the Parents' Club of the school and 1
parents will also serve as chaper
ones. Admission will be 23 cents 1
All young people are Invited. 1
To Attend Play
At Bethel Tonight
Tbe Alpha Theta Chapter of
Beta Sigma Phi will go in a body
to Bethel High School tonight to
attend the junior class play, "Beans
The play is being directed by
Mrs. Rufus Pannell, a member of
the sorority chapter.
The group will meet at the court
house at 7 p.m. and will proceed
from there to Bethel. A short busi
ness meeting will be held follow
ing the play for the purpose of
naming a nominating committee.
Sorority pledges will meet for
instruction Thursday. February 16.
at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
John Penny. Mrs. Bob Francis will
present a program at this time and
Miss Elaine Francis, pledge chair
man, and Mrs. Charles Edwards,
pledge instructor, will Ije in charge
of the training period.
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To Have Program
On Foreign Lands
The Hazelwood PTA will meet
Monday night at 7:30 O'clock in
the school auditorium.
Charles Isley will present a
group of students from the Music
Department of the Waynesville
High School, who will sing songs
of other countries.
Mrs. M. G. Staraey will talk on
"School Children of Other Coun
A social hour will be held in
the lunchroom and there will be
an exhibit of craft work of the
sixth grade students.
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The Beaverdam Home Demon
stration Club met Tuesday in the
home of Mrs. Jarrett Williamson
with Mrs. T. G. Murray and Mrs.
George Wright as co-hostesses. The
president, Mrs. George Frady, pre
sided and the devotional was Riv
en by Mrs. Wiley Donaldson. Mrs.
Jack Mason was welcomed as a
new member and Mrs. W. M. Wil
liamson was a guest.
Project leaders reports were
given on Home Gardens by Mrs.
T. G. Murray, Home Beautification
by Mrs. Paul Robinson, and Food
Preservation by Mrs. George
The demonstration on "Wise
Selection of Household Equip
ment" was given by the Home A
gent after which a short work shop
on covering coat fiangers with
plastic was held.
During the social hour a birth
day party was held honoring Mrs.
T. G. Murray.
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Mrs. E. W. White
A group of friends of Mrs. E. W.
White, who is confined to her home
on account of sickness, met at her
home Thursday for a covered dish
A rug-quilting was enjoyed fol
Those present were Mrs. Hen
derson McClure, Mrs. Ben Walker,
Mrs. C. S. Medford, Mrs. John
McClure, Mrs. Leonard Dotson,
Mrs. James Welch, Mrs. Billy Med
ford, Mrs. W. B. Noland, and Mrs.
Friday, Feb. 10, 1:30 p.m. ?
Iron Duflf-Crabtree?Hyder Moun
tain Methodist Church.
Monday. Feb. 13, 8:00 p.m. ?
Canton Homemakers ? Mrs. Louis
Kaplan (Mrs. Charles Ward. Mrs.
Fred Doutt, Mrs. Bob Phillips).
Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2:00 p.m. ?
South Clyde at Community House
?Mrs. E. G. Cathey. Miss Alberta
Stamey, Mrs. Troy Rhinehart.
Tuesday. Feb. 14, 7:30 p.m. ?
Lakeside?Mrs. Ed Glavich iMrs.
Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2:00 p.m.?
SethPl?Mrs. Welch Singleton iMrs.
Bill Wells, Mrs. M. H. Powell).
Thursday, Feb. 16. 2:00 p.m. ?
Del I wood?Mrs. Hugh Allison (Mrs.
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Miss Johnston To Give
Program At DAR Meet..
Miss Margaret 'Johnston, county
librarian, will be the guest speak
?r at a meeting of the Dorcas Bell
Love Chapter, Daughters of the
American Revolution, in the home
jf Mrs. J. H. Howell. Sr., Friday
ifternoon at ?30 o'clock. The
3rogram is being planned by Mrs.
Sen E. Colkitt.
Mrs. James L. Elwood, regent,
Hostess with Mrs. Howell will be
Urs. J. H. Howell. Jr.
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Mrs. Beck, Recent Bride,
is Honored At Shower
Mrs. ? Robert Beck, a recent
>>ride. was honored at a miscellan
eous shower given Monday even
ing In the home of Mrs. Joe How
pll on Pigeon Road. Hostesses
ivere Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Bill Leo
nard. Mrs. William Osborne. Miss
Patsy Queen. Mrs. Jessie Noland,
ind Mrs. Claude Davis.
Mrs. Lem Leopard assisted with
Twenty-fire guests were Includ
LAURA WOODY has been chos
en for the cast of the Randolph
Macon Woman's College produc
tion of Shakespeare's "A Midsum
mer Night's Dream" to be given-at
the college Friday evening, April
27. She will play the part of a
The play will be performed as it
was in Elizabethan times, as a
court masque. Members of the col
lege May Court will be presented
before the play* opens.
The setting for the play will be
the dell, the college outdoor amphi
theater, which will be lighted bj I
pine torches. The Glee Club will
provide background music and
members of the Modern Dance
Group will participate.
Miss Woody, a senior, is a mem
ber of Phi Mu Sorority.
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Mrs. Aldie Cook
The T.E.L. Class of the Bethel
.Missionary Baptist Church honor
ed Mrs. Aldie Cook with a covered
dish supper Thursday night. Mrs.
Cook has beerr sick for sometime.
Following the supper a prayer
service was held and plans were
made foi* a fellowship supper to
precede the regular meeting Wed
nesday, February 22.
Mrs. Cook was presented gifts.
Those present were Mrs. Major
Burress, Mrs. Jack Allison, Mrs.
Jack P. McCracken, Mrs. Ralph
Riddle, Mrs. Ellis Wells, Mrs.
Doyle Presslev, Mrs. Homer West,
Mrs. Horace Peek, Mrs. Harrison
Hensou, Mrs. Jack Sloan. Mrs.
Elsie Russell, Mickey Cook, Mrs.
J L. Singleton, and Alder Cook.
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The Good Neighbors of Center
Pigeon met Monday night in the
home of Mrs. B. N. Pierce with Mrs.
W. C. Murray as co-hostess. The
president .Mrs. llaynes Henson. was
in charge and Mrs. R. G. Chason
gave the devotional.
Mrs. D. E. Cogburn and Mrs. L.
L. McDowell were welcomed as
new members. Mrs. Henson report
ed on a Council meeting and plans
were made to hold a basket work
shop next week.
The demonstration on "Equip
ment for Home Use" was given by
Miss Mary Cornwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Davis
>f Canton announce the birth of a
laughter at St. Joseph's Hospital,
Vshevllle on February 8.
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Miss Ethel McCoy has returned
o her home at Lake Junaluska af
er spending several weeks in Jack
B and PW Club
Postpones Orientation ..
The orientation program tor new
members of the Waynesville Busi
ness and Professional Women's
Club has been indefinitely post
poned, according to Mrs. George
Brown, membership chairman.
The program had^een planned
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