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Crabtree Club Fabric
Paintirfg Workshop Held
A fabric painting workshop was
held by members of the Upper
Crabtree Home Demonstration
Club Tuesday in the home of Mrs.
R. F. Rogers.
Mrs. Lynden MeCracken, presi
dent of the club conducted the
St. John's Center
Plans Youth Group
The organizational meeting of a
! young people's group to meet at
the newly opened St John's Com
munity Center will be held tonight
at 7:30. The organization will be
i open to all teen-agers in the area.
Tentative plans call for weekly
IN EVERY DEPT.
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? Shoes and Sandals
? Children's Wear !
? School Clothes I
? Household Goods
? Piece Goods
? Ladies' Goods
? Work Clothes
1st Quality Cannon
55c Pillow Case ? 45 c ea.
$2.19-81x99 Sheet ? $J.77
$2.29-81x 108 Sheet $J.87
2nd Quality Cannon
$1.98-72x108 Sheet $J.67
$1.98-81 x 99 Sheet $J.67
$2.19-81x108 Sheet $J.77
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Ceremony Is Held
Mrs, Fred Crum of Canton an
nounces the marriage of her
daughter, Tommy Maekey Groyan.
to Charles M. Carroll, son of Mr
and Mr*. A. J. Carroll, also of Can
ton. The ceremony was performed
Wednesday, July 11, at 5 p.m. In
the Holly Hill Baptist Church in
| Daytona Beach, Fla.
The Rev W. Angus Wiggins, pas
tor of the church, officiated, using
the double ring ceremony. A pro
I gram of music was presented by
j the church organist.
The bride wore a dress of pink
Swiss, brocaded cotton with a
| matching hat, and a corsage of :
j white albums
Mrs. James' Powell of Canton
I was matron of honor. She wore a
! dress of blue summer cotton with
matching hat, and a corsage of
James Powell served as best ,
Mrs. Carroll, daughter of the
late J D, Maekey, was graduated ;
from Canton High School and the j
A.-heville Beauty Academy.
Mr. Carroll was graduated from
Canton High School and Wake For
est College. Ho is assistant man- !
agcr of the Metropolitan insurance
Company in Ashevillr. The couple
will he at home in West Terrace
Apt* in Ashevil' \
(TUfst.s attending the wedding .
from Canton included: Randy Cro
gan. F.ddie Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Pat
rick Greeley and family. Mr and
Mrs. C. S. Owen and daughter, Mr.
and Mis Alton Phillips and sons .
Mrs. Bill Phillips. Sr., and Mr I
and Mrs, 1. A. Coman and son.
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New arrivals at the Haywood 1
County Hospital include:
A daughter to Mr anil Mrs Ray
Robinson of Lake Junnluskn on
July 16 -
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wll- c
bur Kglcstun of Canton on Julv r
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs g
Hershel Cogburn of Canton on
July 17 v
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Guy 1
Burirett of Canton on July 17. B
A daughter to Mr and Mrs. lfar
lcy Warltrk of Waynesville on f
July 18 v
A son to MV and Mrs Floyd
Conard of Waynesville on July 18 1
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs T c
C. Sheehan of WaVnesville on f
July 18. f
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Du
val I of Canton on July 18. '
Home Club I
Has Meeting j
The Ratcliffe Cove Home Dem- *
onstration club met Monday night J
in the home of Mrs. Hugh Ratcliffe
with Mrs Edwin Russell as eo- i
hostess Mrs Russell; president,
presided and the devotional was
given by Mrs. L. E Hlnshaw. x
Mrs Jimmic Galloway was a
guest and Mrs. E. C. Smith was 1
welcomed as a new member. c
Announcements were made of a s
contest, "Sewing w ith Cotton Feed s
Members were urged to attend
the Craftsmen's Fair in Ashevillc '
Leaders reports were given on
Home Gardens by Mrs. Mark Gallo- i
way. and Home Beautification by V
Mrs. Bramlette Stone.
The demonstration on "Built-Ins" ,
was given by the home agent. Miss
Mary Cornwell. q
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Miss Crouser J
Is Honored (
Mrs. David Noland and Miss 1
Billie Kitchen honored Migg Mary
Crouser. bride-elect of Harold Met- (?
calfe. at - a miscellaneous shower j
Monday evening in the home of i f
Miss Kitchen. r
Mixed flowers were used in ?
decorating and a bridal motif was ,
carried out in the appointments.
Informal games were played. (
Around thirty guests were in- s
? * *
Miss Ray Ballard and Miss Lou- r
ise Ballard of Lake Junaluska are 1
spending several days this week at (
Blowing Rock where they are at
tending a meeting of the executive
board of the Garden Club of North |r
Carolina Miss Louise Ballard is
vice president of the state club. . '
bridge instruction and practice fol- j
lowed perhaps by informal danc- ,
ing. as well as reservation for the [ (
youth group of the tennis court one c
afternoon a week. Other plans are c
expected to come under discus- r
Already under way for adults
It a series of luncheon bridge par- i
ties at noon on Wednesdays. Heser- 1
vat ions may be made by calling J
the school, GL 6-6067. j?
The center, for the use of all a
persons in the area, is being de- f
veloped under the sponsorship of J
the St. John's Parents Club add the a
St John's Book Club. Funds de- I
rtved- from it wtH go toward the ? i
purchase of desks and other equip- i
ment for the new St. John's School. \
MTSS MM.IE JANE SANFORI> of Charlotte is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Sanford of Clyde. Route I, who announce her
engagement to John Daley Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Fields of Dallas. N. C. The wedding is planned for late fall.
(Photo by Sherrill's Studio).
The Cecil Home Demonstration ;
'lub nu t Wednesday in the home
if Mrs .1 E. Burnette with tho
?resident, Mrs Roy Edwards, as ,
o-hostess The devotional was |
[iven by Mrs Roy Edwards
Mrs A. M. Rogers of Clarks
?ille, Indiana was a guest. Mrs
togers is the daughter of Mrs A.
it. Frazior, a member of the club
During the business session plans
or a workshop on copper tooling
vere made for August.
A report on Greece, the country
>eing studied by tlx1 club, was giv
n by Mrs. Burnette. Grecian
ookies were served with the re-.j
Project reports were given on
fome Gardens by Mrs. W. H. Har
[rove and Home Beautification by
(Irs A M. Frazlrr.
The demonstration on "Built
ns" was given by the assistant
tome agent. Miss Jean Childers.
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Rise Stevens To
M Biltmore House
Once again Biltmore House
cill play host to a glamorous lady.
Biltmore. the most fabulous
irivate residence in America, was
hosen by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
tudios last year as the shooting
ite for the Grace Kelly film, The
On August 14, Miss Rise Stev-1
ns. world famous Metropolitan
pern star, will give a candlelight j
oncert at the mansion. Benefits
rom the concerts go to the Bre
ard Music Camp.
The setting for the Stevens con
ert will he the rampe douce in
font of the chateau
Music will be furnished by the
O-piece symphony orchestra from
Irevard Music Camp, directed by
ames Christian Pfohl.
jirls' State Delegates
\ttend Auxiliary Meet
Biss Betty Liner and Miss Sara
Tootsie' Reeves, who represented
he American Legion Auxiliary at
(iris* State in Greensboro, gave a
eport of their trip at a regular
neeting of the Auxiliary Tuesday ,
Mrs. Robert Hall presided and >
dans were made for a covered dish
upper to be held jointly with the
.egion Post on August 21.
Tate Attends Meeting
Joe Tate Jr. of Hazelwood has
eturned from Raleigh where he
ittended a meeting of the State
JemOcratic Executive Committee
Among items of business were
he reelection of John D. Larkin.
If. as chairman and the appoint
nont of a committee to study the
casibility of holding district
aucuses the night before state
conventions instead of the same
Mrs. Lowell B Genebach and
?er small son. Michael, have joined
icr other children. Dennis and
lean, for a visit with her parents,
Jr. and Mrs. Fred Martin. Mr
ind Mrs. Genebach recently moved
rom West Point to Battle Creek.
Jich where Mr Genebach will be
.ssociated with his father In the
,'nited Steel artd Wire Company
ie has been serving a? Captain
n the U. S. Army, stationed at
Vest Point. I
Date Is Set
Bazaar - Dinner
The annual summer bazaar held
by the women of Grace Episcopal
Church has been set for Tuesday.
July 31. The traditional big fried
chicken dinner, open to the pub
lic. will be given the following
evening. Wednesday, August 1, in
the Grace Church Parish House.
1'he bazaar will be held this year
on Main Street in the'former Hay
wood Furniture Store opposite the
Haywood County Library.
Mrs. Dwight Beaty is chairman
of the bazaar and Mrs. Robert Os
borne is in charge of the dinner.
Bazaar tables with their chair
men are as follows: baked goods.5
Mrs. Robert Breese and Mrs. E.
M. Rothermel: potted plants, Mrs
Roy Campbell and Mrs. Beaty;
baby items. Mrs. W. G. Austin and
Miss Pearl Harris; aprons. Mrs. J
F. Abel and Mrs. G. M. Kimball;
household and miscellaneous ,
(white elephants), Mrs. C F. Kirk-J
Patrick and Mrs. Sydie Ray.
Those serving on the dinner com
mittee with Mrs. Osborne are Mrs.
Davis Felmet and Miss Mary Ray.
tables; Mrs, Robert Breese, serv
ing; and Mrs J. F. Abel, Coffee.
Miss Lou Elva Eller. president of
the Woman's Auxiliary, is assisting
The dinner will be served at two I
hours, 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Patrons
are asked to make reservations in
advance with Mrs. Henry Lee <GL
6-8502). Tickets are $2.00 for adults
and $1.00 for children. The menu
will include slaw, corn on the cob,
aeas. tomatoes, rolls, and desert.
Texas had about 10 million
visitors in 1955.
By VERA WINSTON v
EVER so slim is this sheath of
black rayon crepe, a dinner dress
that is highly sophisticated yet
gently feminine. Perhaps this
sartorial paradox is helped by
the use of Val lace. The boat
neckline is made Interesting with
vertical insets of black lac* be
tween horizontal bands, forming
a pretty and softening yoke affect.
The same detail is used effective
ly at the hem.,
Local Girl Scouts
Are Members Of
Five Girl Scouts from Waynes
ville are member*, of a Pioneer
Roundup being held this week at
the Ptsgah Girl Scout Camp. They
are Elaine Chafin, Amelia Gib
son, Carey Howell, Susan Moody,
and Ann Owen.
Mrs. D. D. Gross of Marshall,
formerly of Clyde, is serving as
Patrol Counselor for the Waynes- !
The 131-acre camp site has not
been open for camping until this 1
summer. The lake has been pre
pared for swimming and boating 1
and there is a well and pump to
provide drinking water. There are j
no buildings as yet so each of the I
five patrols participating in the
pioneer roundup will be respon
sible for.preparing its own camp
area including setting up tents,
building fireplaces, tables, and j
showers. All meals will be planned
and prepared by the separate pa
trols. During the five days, July
17-21, the Scouts will sleep in
tents, cook out-of-doors, and learn
to live in the woods.
Miss Nancy Campbeil, execu
tive director of the Pisgah Girl
Scout Council, is serving as camp
director. Mrs. Harold. S. Clark is
camp nurse, and Miss Mary Claire
Warren is waterfront director.
Mrs. Gross is the wife of the
Rev. D. D. Gross, former pastor
of the Clyde Baptist Church.
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Mrs. Hurley Gives Talk
At Garden Club Meeting
Mrs. James Hurley of Canton
was the guest speaker at a regular
luncheon meeting of the Primrose
Garden Club Tuesday afternoon in
the home of Mrs. Ray Moore.
Mrs. Hurley's subject was "Basic
Principles of Flower Arrange
Mrs. Herbert Slngletary conduct
ed the business session during
which details were discussed of
the flower show to be held in Aug
Luncheon was served by the
hostesses Mrs. Moore and Mrs.
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Mrs. Wayne Mitchell and her
three small sons, Tom, Jess, and
Jim, of La Grange are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crous
Miss Mary Crouser, whose mar
riage to Harold Metcalfe, Jr., will
take place August 4, has honored
us with her selections of Silver,
China and Crystal. Her patterns
Silver?"Esplanade" by Towle.
China?"Rhodora" by Lenox.
Crystal?"Anniversary" by Fos
Everyday China?"April Show
ers" by Royal I>oulton.
Everyday Crystal?"Century" by
They are now on display at
KURT GANS, Jeweler
Mrs. Rhea And
The Merry Homemakers Home I
Demonstration club held its July
meeting in the home of Mrs. James
Rhea with Mr*. Ray Pressley as j
co-hostess. The president, Mrs.
Paul Clark. Jr., presided. Mrs.
Edward Bell conducted the devo- i
' t I
During the business session Mrs.
Carl Stjles, health Jeader, reported
on a $15.00 donation to the Cancer
Fund. The club also planned a
radio program for Saturday. July
28. over WW IT.
During the recreation period tfie
club held an auction sale, proceeds
of which go to the club treasury.
Project leader reports were given
on Home Beautiflcation by Mrs.
Paul CLark. Sr., and Crafts by Mrs.
Eugene Grcgan and Mrs. Paul
The demonstration on "Built-Ins"
was given by Miss Mary Cornwelf.
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Announced for Week
The schedule for operation of
Haywood County canneries has
been announced for next week as
The Fines Creek Cannery will be i
open Tuesday: the Crabtree Can-;
nery. Wednesday < if boiler repair j
is completedi; the Bethel Can
nery, Thursday; and the Waynes
| ville Cannery will be open Tues
day and Friday.
Each cannery will open at 8 a.m.
Is Hostess For
The Waynesvillc Homemakers
met Tuesday night in the home
of Mrs. Milas Ferguson. Mrs. H.
O. Champion presided.
Mrs. M. T. Bridges, education
chairman, announced the schedule
for the story hour sponso">ed by
the club at the Haywood County
Mrs. Joe Cathey, craft leader,
reported on the Craftsmen's Fair
and gave the Garden Report on
fall gardening tips.
The demonstration on "Bullt
Ins"' was given by Miss Mary Corn
well, after which refreshments
were served. Mrs. Jimmle Williams
assisted the hostess.
The August meeting will be a
family picnic at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Bryson with Mr.
and Mrs. M. T. Bridges as associ
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ATTENDING JEWELRY SHOWS
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Gans return
ed Wednesday from the China,
Silver and Jewelry Show in^tlan
ta. They bought merchjf / for
their store while attendCy the
Saturday they leave for the Gift
Show in Charlotte.
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