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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, APTUl 16. 1923
The Flit tings to and Fro of
The Traveling Public.
Mrs. Guy Massie spent Monday in
Mrs. L. Martin of Ashevilie spent
Tuesday in town.
Mr. W. C. Allen was an Ashevil!e
visitor on Monday.
Mr. H. A. Osborne of Canton was a
Waynesville visitor on Tuesday.
Mi Ralph Morgan of Ash'-vlHo
spent Tuesday in town on busin'-.-.
Miss Lilian Allen, member of the
faculty of the University of Tennes
see, arrives Friday to spend the week-
of intensive work it was decided to
.co-operate with town aldermen in
inaugurating a clean up week begin-
end with her parents, Prof, and Mrs. ning April 20th. The league hopes
W. C. Allen. ; to arouse the civic pride and a sense
" ' ' ' of neighborhood duty in the minds
Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Mh-jf the thoughtless and negligent citi
,'ionaiy Society met with Mrs. ChasJzens. if a man d()es not keep his
'Buigin on Tuesday afternoon. Ci:
'cle No. xl met with Mrs. 1'iank Wc'.h
Mr. J. L Walker
in ton on Tuesday.
Attorney Felix E Allev
, week in Hayesvilli atteiri
Dr. Lawrence Stringfellow of Sun
burst spent Tuesday in town.
Mrs. J. P. Owen of Gainesville. Ga.
is visiting Mrs. J. C. Hoxit.
I -("apt. and .Mrs. Frye and daughter,
j Ariss Ki eye, spent Sunday in town.
! Solicitor Grover C. Davis is .il-
tending court in Hayesville this week.
j The friends of Mr. Spalding Mi'In
iW'sh, who was a Waynesville it si.
!d-nt for many years, but who now
resides in ltrevard, weu- glail t; see
him in town on Tuesday.
premises clean and attralivq as a
means of health and economy and p'i
sonal pndi they fee! he is not likly
to do so as a conression to gaod
neighborliness unit's i the moral pi es,
sure of such a campaign is brought
Mr. J. M Lonir sDent several rlavsl Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tate and son
-.his' week in Atlanta on business. arrived during the week from Aiken,
Mr. T. L. Ward of Atlanta spent "
Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan Attorney Sam Robinson of Cant-in
spent Tuesday in town on legal bus
Mr. H. W. Hoffman and Mr. Ben iness.
Dr. N. M. Medford attended a den
tal meeting in Canton on Tuesday
Miss Ethel Lancaster of HeAderi
sdftvtte is the guest of
Miss Anna Jean Gash of Brevard
spent Wednesday as the guest of Mrs.
G. C. Plott.
Mr. Chas. E. Quintan is sperylin
this week in New York, attending a
Mrs. G. N. Palmer is spemding this
week with her sister Mrs. CTE. Camp
bell 'at Whittier.
'Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harbeck and
W. R. Harbeck, Jr. motored to Ashe
vilie on Tuesday.
Queen of Sylva spent Sunday in town. a
. , ' Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Robinson spent
Mr. E. R. Hampton ojt Ashevilie, the week-ond in Buckner as the guests
was a Waynesville visitor 'Monday. 'of the foimer's parents.
iMiss Jane ISullivan motored to Mr. Sherrill Leatheiwood, a tu
Asheville Tuesday afternoon on. bus- dent at State College, is spending the
spring holidays at home.
Sidney Martin, student at Duke
University, is spending the Easter
holidays with his family.
' 'Mr Jack Turbyfill of Cullowhee is
Mrs. J. M. 'spending? the Elaster 'hotHdays with
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Turbyfill.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. AtldnB spent
rthe week-end in AsheviUe the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Sharp.
to bear upon him.
Thi' leaeue calls up'in tile citizen.,
to awake ;o the situation and do their
share. When tiny have thus cleaned
their premises they are asked to ;:eep
them clean anil beautiful.
The paper of the afternoon was
given by Mrs. Noble Garret, "The
1 Life of Zebulon Vance." and conUiin-
Garrett left Tuesday i"'"1'1' of his wit and humor. Fol
lowing the adjournment of the league
the hostess served a salad course with
cake and coffee. The next meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. L. E.
Green April 17th.
Misses Eva Biadburn, Edna Crouch
and Mary Kiikpatrkk were the wtek-i
end guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. 1..
Kiikpalrick. They motored back I
Ma.s Hill on Sunday afternoon.
for Charlotte, where she went to at
tend the annual meeting of the Wom
en's Missionary Society of the Meth
odist church of the Western Conference.
Miss Virginia Welch, who is a stu
dent at Salem College, spent the Eas
ter holidays with ber family. Miss
Virginia has recently been appointed
I). A. R. MEETING.
The Dorcas Bell Love Chapter of
the D. A. R. met in the Community
af.istant advertising majnager for jClub rooms on Wednesday afternoon
th college Annual. t 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. Rufus Siler
' I as hostess. The rooms were attrac-
Miss' Ethe (McCoy, fdinsctor and itively decorated with pot3 of fra.
Miss Palmyra Carbajal, assistant ofljrrantj Easter Ljilies and vases of
the Lake Junaluska Camp for Girh,i graceful plum branches,
arrived from Bristol, Tenn., during i the absence of the Regent, Mrs.
Mrs. James E. Carraway of Ashe
vilie, but formerly of Waynesville,
visited friends during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Alden Howell, Jr.,
Mrs. Sydie Ray and Mis Ann left
Tuesday for a week's visit to New
Mr. Ralph Prevost, student at
Davidson College, is spending the
Easter holidays with his parents, Mr.
Mr. G. C. Plott and Mr. Fred Mar- and Mrs. R. L. Prevost.
tin spent Wednesday at the Rod and'
Gun Club fishing.
Mrs). Aaron (Lynch of Cullowhoe
spent Easter with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Martin.
Mil J. R. Boyd leftj Wednesday
for 'Morganton to attend a. meeting
of the board of the State Hospital.
Miss Mary Kiirkpatrck of Mara
Hill had as her guests over the Eas
ter holidays two of her school friends,
" Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plott of States
vill spent the week-end with the fom
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Plott.
iMrs. Hugh 'Massie left Tuesday
for Durham where she has gone to
be the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. L.
Mr. E. P. Martin has returned
from a fishing trip to Buck's Creek
Club, Marion, with a party of friends
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Killian of
Black Mountain spent the week-end in
town as the guests of Mr. and Mr.3.
D. M. Killian.
Mr. R. C. Hunter of East LaPorte
spent Sunday in town. ,He came
over for the Easter service of the
Knights Templar. (j.
Mrs. Rufus Siler motored to A-she-ville
on Tuesday, 'taking with her
'Mrs. Hattie Kerr who has been on a
visit to Mrs. J. K. Boone.
Marriage licenses were issued lo
the following during the past week
Mrs. G. N. Henson and family, ac
companied by .Mr. Barney Fetner, ar
rived during the week 1
and are on a visit here.
Mrs. H. W.Hoffman of Sylva who
has spent the winter in .Florida was
the week-end guest of Mrs. Lawrence
Green, en route to her home.
the week and spaut sevwral Uy in
town on business.
Col. and Mrs. Minthorne Woolsey
arrived Thursday from New York.
I Col. Woolsey has recently purchased
a winter nome in Miami, wnere mcy
will hereafter spend the greater part
of each winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bridges, Mrs.
M. F. Albright and Mrs. Wm. F. Al
bright motored to Ashevilie Tuesday.
IMrs. Wm. F. Albright was returned
to Charlotte after spending two week
visiting friends antl rejatlvj's in
Mrs. R. 0. Covington and Messrs.
Richard Cbvangticm and Joe Welch
who have been on a ten days motor
E. B. Camp, Mrs. Chas. E. Quinlan,
Vice Regent, presided.
Reports were made by the Flag
committee and the committee on the
official markers. An invitation was
read from th? Elizabeth Maxwell
Steele Chapter, D. A. R., Salisbury, to
a reception in compliment to Mrs.
Edwin C. Gregory, the newly elected
Application blanks for the Citizens
Training Camp were given each mem
ber to . distrjote among the young
boys of the town.
Proposed changes to be made in th
National By-Laws were read and the
members voted to instruct the dele
gate to the Congress to vote against
The paper of the afternoon, "The
ner, ar- IMiv,it' Ratification of the Constitution," giv.
rived during the week from Raleigh; r'tA Wn K;Jen Mr. Nannie Persons, was mon
urday. Messrs. Hoyt and Howar.1,
students at the State University, ac
companied them home for the spring
The Misses LucV and Nannie Tate
who are students at the North Caro
lina College for Women are spending
the Easter holidays at home.
Mrs. H. W. Burnette very delight
fully entertained with a birthday
party Friday afternoon in honor of
her brother, Master William Francis.
Games wre played until a late hour,
when the children were invited into
the dining loom. Cake, ice cream and
candy were served. Those present
were: Johnny Russell, Frances rcc
man, Hortcise, Nannie B., Lenoir
and Hazel Miller, Kathryii Francis
Morgan, Eugene Freeman, Jack and
Joe Edward.-. Howard Haney, John
Everett Penny and Hurbert Burnette,
Miss Elizabeth McLean and Miss
Winnie Leatherwood, students at
Davenport College, are spending the
Easter holidays with their families.
, . .
Miss Alice Quinlan left Sunday
morning for New York, where she
was called on account of the illness
of her cousin, Mrs. Frank Sevenoak.
Mr. Kenneth Ferguson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Ferguson, who is a
student at King's Business Coliege,
Raleigh, is home for the spring hol
idays. Mrs. Mary Moody Mebane and
young daughter, Susie, of Ashevilie,
have been the guests of the former's
mother, Mrs. Margaret Moody, the
Mrs. Chas. Badgett, Mrs. M. H.
Reeves, Miss Sara Hill Hannah and
Miss Jessie Rogers motored to Asnc
ville on Tuesday, spending the day
Mr. S. C. Satterthwait arrived MRS. K. ). McCRACK EN HOSTESS
Wednrsdav from Atlanta. He has been! TO CIVIC LEAGUE.
Friends in Waynesville and Hay
wood county will be interested in the
following announcements which have
Mrs. William David McCracken
announce the marriage of her daughter
Mr Albert Battle Moss
on Thursday, April the ninth
ninteen hundred and twenty-five
Raleigh, North Carolina.
interesting and instructive. Extracts
from the National Magazine were
The next meeting which is the oc
casion of the annual election of of
ficers will be held with Mrs. Frank
Welch. After adjournment the hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. Robert Coin,
served an ice course.
MRS. CHAiS. U. MILLER, Chm.
NEW SERVICE STATION.
Waynesville boasts a new service
station. It is located in the east end
on the Aishcvalle Road where ;t
crosses the .Shelton Branch. It !s
named "The EftstEnd Service Station,"
and John C. Norris is the genial and
efficient proprietor. We bespeak for
him a liberal patronage in his lin?.
When you furnish your home, don't
buy something you will want to get
rid of in a year Or so, but buy good
furniture, which is the cheapest in
the end. That's the kind the Massie
Furniture Compan.f sells,, and you
don't have to pay all at once, our
terms .nroke it easy to buy.
and Mitchell Gant to Inez Fox.
Mr. Chas. Osborne of Sunburst
County Hospital for treatment.
Mr. L. S. Kenney and Mr. W, W.
Pless of Canton were among'ffie out
of town) people who attended the
Easter service of the Knights Temp
stopped over to visit
daughter in Atlanta.
'After due consideration and by so
licitation of a number of the citizens
of Waynesville, I wish to announce
myself a candidate for Mayor at the '
coming election. If it is the wishes,
of the citizens to elect me, I will give
the office the very best unbiased at
tention that lies in my ability.
I L. COUNCII..L.
to Emma Medford urcnHm1T th winter in Florida and
n ,i ..t ,u0:ot;
'ind ' u"c Ol CMC Miuot uiiiiu'nBMi. in".
ling of the Civic League during the
iyear was that held at the home of
brought his little daughter to town rr Gilbert T. Dowe who has been! Mrs R. Q. McCracken April 3rd. The
on Tuesday and entered her at the conducting the services at the Meth- meeting was opened by repeating the ed at any price and no other stove
odist church for the past fortnight, I Collect for Club Women. tears tne guarantee mat is Denma
'eft Sundav evening after he service A letter was read from president the Eagle Range, That s why the
for his home in Nashville. of Colored Federation asking for help Massie furniture btore at Waynes.-j
;in equipping Colored Industrial Home.
'The following party motored tohe league voted to make a donation
Ashevilie on Monday: Mrs. R. O. Cov-te this cause.
ir.gton, Mrs. &. H. Bushnell, Miss A letter was read from Mrs. Pardue,
kra Hill Hannah. Miss Eleanor Bush- recording secretary of Federation
Miss Vera Ward, Y. M. C. A. Sec
retary at the North Carolina College
for Women, spent the Easter holi
rays with her sister, Mrs. Ray Morgan.
An Eagle Range cannot be eeiual-
ville sell so many of them. Another
car load is rolling for us and the
best part of it is, they sell for only
$55.00 ?660C, $75.00 and $85.00.
nell and Mr. Howard Covington.
Messrs. Chas. Ferguson, Ben Kirk-
giving program and, etc. Mrs. Allen
was appointed as delegate to State
convention to be held at Pinehurst
Patrick, Edgar Norton Persons and j May 5, 6 and 7.
.Archie MoFadyen,' Students at the, I iMrs. Allen spoke of National Health
State University, are spending the Observance Day, May 1st.
hi, , . u..l;..- nrui, 4.un:- nDMln)D vf . r :.... i . n
will finih their law course at the ""'1 " . " " -w;-
ii.--.-,, i- t., ,f ,! ' . . . 'operate with other organizations in
i Mrr Havud Henry. lormei ty oi :v,ro v,:. j
" - - i "IIVC Ul 111 ID J ,
WayaieavlUB, but now of Brevard, I The foiiowing committee was ap
waa a recent Waynesville visitor ! pointed to co-operate with other or
Mr. Henry owns a large garage in jganizations in the erection of an arcn
Mr. and Mrs. William Hannah, who,
Easter holidays with Judge W, J.
Mr Lawrence Green left Wednes
day for Franklin, Bryson City and
Masoinc lodges in the York
Reunion to be held on the 23rd and
24th of April.
Friends hereby announce the can-
Ididacy of Captain C. J. P. Edwards
for alderman for the town of Way
nesville, subject to the rules and reg
ulations of the Democratic pirty
during the primary to be held on Sat
urday, May 2nd.
Lost A black traveling bag con
taining a woman's and baby's clothes.
. u - j inutiibM nuns lit ifie cicciauu ui an ami , . .
Brevard, where he has a well Ub-!betiwtn Haywood and Buncombe: , Fmder plea8e retum t0 Cour,er offlce-
. . . V,,.., 'went to attend the annual meeting
at Brenau College, and Mass Maryi . ... , ... . . .
Quinlan, a student at Fassifern, are
spending the Ebster holidays with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E.
IMrs. R. L. Allen, Mrs. Paul Walker SDeciai on Irish notatoes. 80
'nt.lln Htt f . , 1 .
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Mangum and f 4,"" .u. Jfems Per busne'- Mlller Hro8' 11
Mrs. Montgomery and Mrs. W. H. You don't have to go to Ashevilie
Liner had visited Clyde and that a to buy a good piano on easy terms
Mirs. Erest Hyatt left by motor
Tuesday for Charlotte, where theyt
of the Woman's Missionary Society
of the Western North Carolina Con
Civic League had been organized and now since the Massie Furniture Store
officers elected. ' I
Viae nut In a tnutil linn n . i u n n n wi rl
1 o uwv ... k F JV . u iu ,iu mm
Plans were formulated for cleaning player pianos at reasonable prices,
up and beautifying the town. Real-! Get our prices and terms before vou
opportunity's Empire''. -zing the need of a dofilrrite period buy.
ifcipan Op aSaM oiff"
Linen Dresses for House
Now that Easter has passed and we
look forward to real summer time
we begin to think of frocks to wear
on the porch, to go shopping or ior
business. Linen dresses always meet
these needs. This is your opportun
ity to buy our regular $6.00 dresses
at a much lower price. Trimmings
of hand-drawn work, embroidery,
tucks and buttons.
Attractions At The Waynewood Theatre
April, 20th to April 25th.
HOOT GIBSON in
HIT AMD RUN
A smashing Crashing, Rough Riding Story of a Cow
I'uncher Rase Ball Player.
GEORGE O'BRIEN in
THE ROUGH NECK
Robert W. Service's Novel of Love, passion and adven
ture m.ide into a mighty screen attraction. The thrilling
light for life in a school of MAN-EATING Sharks.
Wed n esd a y
BILLIE DOVE & GEORGE LARKIN in
You'll tingle and thrill to your very toes when you see
Thursday Friday Saturday
THREE DAYS THREE DAYS
BIG TIME VAUDEVILLE
HAPPYTIME REVUE '
Hawaiian Songs Dances Steel Guitar
Pat Murphy, Irish Songs, Blackface Comedian
Happytime Jazz Band, Beauty Chorus
See Bill Board for Pictures.
Don't forget THE CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS AT
THE HIGHSCHOOL AUDITORIUM SATURDAY, MAY