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New officers and committees
^ ere named by the Woman's MIs
* onary Society 01* the Green Val
1 ?' Baptist Church at a meeting
Wednesday in the home of Mrs.
James Morgan. Mrs. Connie Muse,
outgoing president, presided.
Those elected were:
Proeidenl, Mrs. Hub Hunter. 1st
vice president. Mrs. Allen Hyatt:
2nd vice president, Mrs. Kufus Hy
att; secretary, Mrs. Alna Hyatt;
t easurer. Mrs. Ernest Davis; Pray
er chairman, Mrs. James Morgan;
V.W.A. Counselors. Mrs. Jumea
Morgan, Mrs. Hub Hunter; Inter
mediate G A. Counselors, Mrs. Fred
Frady, Mrs. R. L. Burchfield. Mrs.
Charles Hoyle; Junior G. A. Coun
selor*. Mra. IJovd Sheehan. Mrs.
f'-arl Duncan; Sunbeam Counselors,
Mr*. Ernest Davis. Mrs Hyatt.
Enlistment Committee, Mrs.
PJess Kirkpatrick Mrs. Roy Rhine
hart. Mrs. Dewey Ross; Community
Missions and Food Committee. Mrs.
I.lovd Sheehan. Mrs Bill Bryson
Mrs. John Wyatt. Mrs. Rufus Hy
att; Stewardship Committee, Miss
Dorothy Bryson, Mrs. Andy Wyatt;
Hlsalon Studv Committee. Mrs. Al
len Hyatt. Mrs Perry HulT. Mrs.
Vom Fra7ier. Mrs Norman Grant;
Literature Committee. Mrs Connie
Muse. Mrs. R L Bryson; Publicity
Chairman, Mrs. Alna Hyatt: Social
Committee. Mrs. Carl Duncan. Mrs.
Moward Cagle, Mrs. Glen Cham
Mrs. Rufus Hyatt was In charge
1f the Droeram for the afternoon,
vsing a.s her subject, "I.ead On, O
. Mrs. R. L. Burchfield and Mrs. ,
71 L. Bryson were welcomed as
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Town and Sountrv Club
Plans Flower Show
Tlse Town and Country Garden
ctub of Canton will snonsor a
Chrvsanthemum Flower Show Sat
"rday. Sept 29 from 1 p.m. until
P m. in the assembly room of
'he Canton Public Library.
Mrs George L Kdeerton is serv
*ng as general chairman of the
vent, ami Mrs. DonAld W. Ran
dolph Is president c?f fh club
The public Is Invited to attend
New arrivals at the Haywood
County Hospital include:
A son to Mr. and Mr*. George
Bryant of Clyde or Sept. 20.
A daughter to Mr. and Mns. Wal
lace Parker of Canton on Sept. 20
I A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Stamey of Canton on Sept 21.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. J-jmes
Banks of Waynesville on Sept. 22.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Foy Bess
ley of Hot Springs on Sept. 22.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. William
1 Miller of Hazelwood on Sept. 22
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Oar
I rett of Hazelwood on Sept. 22.
A daughter to Mr. and Mr*. Cur
tis Thompson of Canton on Sept
i A daughter to Mr and Mrs.
Wade Guy of llazelwood on Sept. |
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
James Metcalf of Canton on Sept.
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Tucker of Waynesville on
A Son to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
I Chambers of Canton on Sept 23
A daughter to Mr and Mr* Ray
mond Green of Waynesville on
A son to Mr. and Mrs. John Hen
ry Jolly of Waynesville. Route 1,
on Sept. 24
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Attend Rallv In
Fifty Methodist young peonle
from churches |n the Wnyncsville
District attended the annual West
crn North Carolina Conference
Youth Rally Saturday night in
Winston-Salem and heard a talk
by Dr diaries M Laymon of
Nashville, Tenn.. editor of adult
Publication* for the Methodist
Miss Fllzabelh Styles, adult coun
selor of the Haywood County Sub
District of tiv> Methodist Youth
Fellowship, chaperoned the group
[from this area and the trip was
made bv chartered bus.
Attending the rally from the
[ First Methodist Church. Waynes
i vlllc, were- Pan Parkmsn, new
' MYF president. Dale Rogers Jack
1 Atkins. Margaret Fowler, Sara
' Cobb. Ann Dulln, Reth Chambers,
Nancy Rector. Jean W'eatherby, Pa
itience Ray, and Oypale Oaddy.
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Is Fctdl At Shower
Miss CJeraldine Fish of Clyde,
bride-elect nj-James H-Mttrkin. Jr..
was guest of honor at a miscel
laneous shower given Friday eve
ning in the Central Methodist
i Church at Clyde.
Hostesses for the event were
Mrs Car! Gtllls, Mrs. A R Leath
etwood, Mrs Dae Mann, Mrs J C.
Mavnes. Mrs nitl Free, and Miss
j A preen and white motif was
| rarried nut in the denotations and
refreshment* and the plft table
1 restored a miniature hride Inform
al pames were tilaved.
Around thtrtv-flve Puests were
'nc.luded In the courtesy.
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Mrs V D Ratten has returned
?o her home in Albemarle after a
vistt with her sister, Mrs. S. H.
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leaving this week for Heidelberg,
Germany where she will be mar
tied in October to Jar:tee H. Mat-k
in, Jr., was gue'st of honor at a
linen shower given Thursday night
by Mrs. James Newman. Mri. Levi
Haynes. and Mra Alvin tlcKinniah.
ail of Clyde. The afTan was given
in the home of Mrs. Newman,
which was decorated with white as
ters and gladioli.
A green and white motif was
carried out in tlie rcfrerfunents
and the bride-elect was presented
The guests were Miss Fish. Mrs.
Gerald Fish, Mrs, Sidney Haynes,
Mrs. Bryson Ledford, Mra. P. C.
Mann. Mrs. Dick Hannah, Miss
Jartice Smathers, Mrs. Joe Sam
Hardin. Mrs. Paul Roblnsoh, Mrs :
Johnny Rhlnehart, Miss Jewel
Rhlnehart. Mrs. Grover Haynes,
Mrs. Charles Hyatt. Mrs. Robert
Williams, Mrs Julius Mt<sser, Mra.
Claude Jolly, and Mrs, Glenn
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The Bethel Home Demonstration
Club met Wednesday night the
home of Mr*. David Edwards and
Mrs Carl Edwards. The president,
Mrs. Homer West, presided and
welcomed the guests; Miss Paul
ine Gordon, House F*urnishing
Specialist. N. C. State College,
Raleigh. Mrs. Chauncey Palmer,
and Mrs Roger Hyatt. ,
The devotional was given by
Mrs. Henry Garner.
Mrs. Jack O. McCracken, chair
man of the Achievement Day com
mittee, announced a final rug
workshop to be held at her home
on September 26
The Home Reautifieation report
was given by Mrs David Edwards,
and a Food Conservation report by
Mrs. A. A. Shumolis.
The demonstration on "Family
Rusiness Affairs" was given by the
Home Agent, after which club i
members toured the new Edwards
home observing the outstanding
features of the U-shaped kitchen,
the floor finishes and the draper
Refreshments was served by the
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The Dellwood Home Demonstra
tion Club met Thursday in the
home of Mrs. Frank Henry. Mri
Sam MfCrafy presifffH and the de
votional was given by Mrs. Jim
Project leader reports were giv
en on Food Conservation hv Mrs
l,ee Kvans and Citlrenshln hv Miss
Fannie Campbell, Mrs W. D. Ket
ner. District III delegate to the
National Citizenship Conference in
Washington, reported on the high
lights of her trip.
The demonstration on "Familv
Rusiness Affairs" was given by
Miss M?rv Cornwall
Miss Nancy Hinten of Knocvllle.
Tennessee, and Mrs. Robert Fer
guson were guests.
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Monday Sent 24 7-30 nth, ?
Snnnook?Mrs. Howard Arrington
(Mrs C. T Hsrtman).
Tuesday. Sent 23 1:30 a.m.* ?
Ctvrte?Mrs. Pat Cole (Mrs. Otis
Wednesday. Pent. 20 2 00 o m.
?Ceetl?Mrs John Cathey (Miss
Thursday. Sent 27 0 30 am ?
Hannv Homem*kers?First Metho
dist ' Churrh?Recreation Room.
Thursday. Sept. 27. TOO n to
West Canton ? Mrs. McClain
Friday. Sent. 28 2 00 nm ?
Lake Junaluska ? Mrs. Clarence
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Sororoty Chapter Sets
Meeting For Thursday
Mias Elaine Francis will be host
ess at a regular meeting of the
Alpha Theta Chapter of Beta
Sigma Phi. Thursday, September
27. at 7:30 p m.
Mrs Bob Francis will present a
program on "Painting the Persqp "
MISS CAROLYN MARCIA PECK Is t^e daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Pr<-k of Canton, who announce' her encasement to Bobby
Eugene Sales, son of Mrs. J. E. Sales of Canton, Route 2, and the
late Mr. Sales. Plans for the wedding are Incomplete.
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Miss Nancy Sue Hipps
Tells Wedding Plans
Miss Nancy Sue Hipps of Can
ton has completed plans for her
marriage to Thomas Wade Garrett
of Canton and Greenboro. The
ceremony will be performed by
the Rev L, B. George Saturday,
Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Plains
Methodist Church on Newfound
The bride will be given in ?mar
riage b\ her father. Willis C. Hipps.
Mrs. Garrett Smathers will be her
sister's matron of honor, and Miss
Judy Allen of Raleigh, cousin of
the bride-elect, will be brides
A program of wedding music will
be presented by Miss Joyce Smath
ers, vocalist, and Mrs Walter
Wells, organist, both of Canton.
Bill Garrett of Greensboro will
be his brother's best man. Ushers
will he Donald Jackson of Greens
boro and Garrett Smathers of Can
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Mrs. Kotner Returns
From Washington Meet
Mrs W D Ketner, president of
District ITT Federation of Home
Demonstration flubs has just re
turned from the annual CHIren
shln Conference held In Washing
ton. IT C.
Mrs Ketner was'one of the 17
Home Demonstration delegates
from the district and one of the
43 delcp-ites from the state. She
was named as the one votln? dele
gate from the Home Demonstra
tion prouo. She wilt attend a state
ennferenee In Raleigh on Oetoher
in as ? member of the state citi
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Baptist Women Plan
Annual Regional Meet
The annual meeting of the
Asheville Region of the Baptist
Women's Missionary Union will be
held at the First Baptist Church
in BurnsvlUe on October 3.
Mrs. J. R Morgan of Waynes
ville. regional superintendent, will
The Asheville Region Is com
posed of Haywood, Buncombe.
Transylvania, and Henderson coun
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Mr. and Mrs. Furman Stinnett
and son. Lamar, have returned
from a week's vacation at Daytona
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Use Mountaineer Want Ads
Is Under Way
An Art Workshop for element
ary teachers opened this afternoon
in the dining room of the First
Methodist Church and will con
tinue Tuesday and Wednesday af
ternoons from 2 p.m. until 6 p m.
The course is being conducted
by Henry C. Richmond, art con-1
sultant of the Art Crayon Com
pany, for teachers of grades one
Today's class was devoted to a
summary of the principles of draw
ing. painting, color, and the tech
niques used with various school
arts material, after which teachers
choose their own art and craft
project*. The scope of the work
shop will Include making a mural
or two, models regarding some
social study, and work with temp
pera painting, oils, textile paint
ing and water base silk screen.
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Mrs R. W Cobhs and her daugh
ter. Mary, left today for their home
in Blackstone, Va. after visiting
relatives and friends here
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NO HUNTING ALLOWED
ON NORTHEAST SIDE OF
""" ROGERS' COVE, ON PROPERTIES
James Leather wood Harley Haynes
Frank Leatherwood, Jr. OHvar tattles
David Millwood . Guy Fulbrlfht
H Mi 11MMHN y&jj
Mrs. White To Be <
Mrs. Earl B. White of Winter
Have a, Ha., widely known lectur
er on flower arrangement, will be
an instructor at the N. C. State
Garden School, Course V, to be
held October 1, 2 and 3 ir. the Cen
tral Methodist Church of Canton.
The school is under the auspices
of the Canton Council of Garden
Clubs, and is co-sponsored by the
Division of College Extension of
\. C. State College and the Garden
Club of N. C.. Inc.
Mrs. White, a nationally accred
ted flower show judge since 1946,
has studied flower arranging with
outstanding authorities in New
York. Connecticut, New Jersey, and
California. T.he has conducted
schools. workshops, and demonstra
ions In many southwestern states.
Mrs. White has for many years i
been a consistent blue-ribbon and
tri-color exhibitor In state-wide
flower shows in Texas and Florida.
She grows flowers as well as ar
ranging them, and she recognizes
'heir endless possibilities in cre
ating beautiful flower pictures.
Mrs. A. W. Bottoms of the Can
'on Garden Club, also a nationally
accredited flower show judge, is
serving as general chairman of the
Mrs. Bradley Morrah, president
of the National Council of Garden
Clubs, will attend the school.
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Is Speaker At
Mrs. Walter Baermann, who re
cently returned from a tour of
Europe, was the guest speaker at
the first fall meeting of the Wo
man's Club Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Baermann's subject ^as
"Some of Our European Neigh
Mrs. Frank Hendricks sang an
old English melody, "When Love
Miss Pearl Harris, club presidentv
conducted the business following
The following new members
were recognized: Mrs. Wallace
Ward, Mrs. Grady Boyd. Mrs. C. S.
CJrwfoot, and Mrs. D. R Riley.
The meeting was held in the
dining room of the First Methodist
Church and was preceded by
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Richland Garden Club
Will Meet Thursday
The Richland Garden Club will
hold a regular luncheon meeting in
the home of Mrs. A. J. Green
Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. W. F.
Swift and Mrs Harry Behre will
be associate hostesses.
The program wil be presented
by the committee on arrangements
of which Mrs. Robert Osborne is
Grace Church Sets
SS Training Class
Grace Episcopal Church will be
host Monday to a meeting of the1
Department of Christian Education
jf the Diocese cf Western North
Carolina. Purpose of the session,
ehich is one of four scheduled in
the diocese during the week, is to j
train Sunday School teachers.
Leader for the meetings is Miss ;
Lynette Giesecke of ..he Leader
ship Training Division of the Na
tional Department of Christian
Education of the Church.
The Rev. James Y, Perry, Jr.,
rector of Grace Church, is chair
man of the Diocesan department.
The Alpha Theta Chancer of
Beta Sigma Phi honored one of its
members, Miss Nancy Medfond, at
a farewell luncheon Saturday at
the Towne House.
Miss Medford, who taught last
year in the Bethel School, has ac
cepted a teaching position in the
Mathematics Department of Mars
The luncheon table was centered
with an arrangement of yellow \
flowers and Miss Medford w'as ]
presented a gift.
Twelve members of the sorority
chapter and Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn,
social sponsor, attended the affair.
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Tommy Edge of Clyde is a pa
tient In Oak Ridge Hospital. Oak
Ridge. Tenn. where he expects to
spend the remainder of the week.
His mother, Mrs. Charles Edge,
who accompanied him to Oak
Ridge, returned to her home Thurs
WSCS To Hold
Seminar At Clyde
The Haywood County Sub-Dis
trict of the Woman's Society of
Christian Service of the Methodist
Church will hold a seminar at Cen
t-al Methodist Church in Clyde,
Tuesday. September 25. beginning
at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Glenn Hipps, sub-district
chairman will preside, and Miss
Leura Jones of Franklin, district
president, will present the goals
for the coming year.
Mrs. W. B. Harrell of Cullowhee
will present the mission. studies
and program material.
Officers of the Woman's So
cieties of all Methodist churches in
the county are expected to be pres
ent. All those attending are asked
to bring sandwiches or a covered
dish and remain for lunch follow
ing the seminar.
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Richland Baptist WMU
To Sponsor Bake Sale
The Woman's Missionary Union
of Richland Baptist Church will
sponsor a bake sale Saturday. Sep
tember 29. in front of Belk-Hud
son Store on Main Street. The sale
will beein at 8:30 a.m.
Pies, cakes, cookies, and jAfy
will be sold and proceeds w^fte
I used for missionary project: of
the WMU. , J
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Miss Violet Lindsey, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Robert Lindsey of
Clyde, has returned to Brevard Col
lege where she is a member of
the sophomore class.
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Mrs. F. H Bullock left today for
I her home in Falmouth. Va. after a
visit with friends here.
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