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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 1923
The Flit tings to and Fro of
The Traveling Public.
Mrs. Ira Thackston was an Ashe
v i 1 1 e visitor on Monday.
L. A. Miller motored
Tuesday on business.
Mrs. R. O. Covington was an Ashe,
ville visitor on Monday.
Mr. J. W. Hart of Asheville spent
Tuesday in town on business.
Mrs. Charles R. Thomas was an
Asheville visitor during the week.
Mrs. Clarence Miller, Jr. was an
Asheville visitor on Saturday.
Mrs. W. L. Kirkpatrick was an
Asheville visitor on Saturday.
Mr. H. Arthur Osborne of Canton
spent Saturday in town on business.
Hon. M. D. Kinsland of Pigeon
.spent Saturday in town.
Mr. Z. C. Davij of Iron Duff was
in town on Saturday.
Mrs. Rogei-s Boone was an Ashe
ville visitor Saturday.
L. Lee spent Monday in
Mrs. J. T. Quisenbeiry spent Sat
urday in Asheville.
Mr. Hoyt Covington arrivtd Thurs
day from Chapel Hill.
Mr. John McD. Michal of Woodrow
spent Monday in town. j
Miss Sarah Hill Hannah has re
turned from Lexington.
Mis. K. E. McnnuiUt-y and children
left last week for Lawrenceville, III.,
to be the guests of relatives for some.
time,, not returning- to Waynesville
before the first of August.
Mrs. J. T. Mangum, Mrs. J. K.
Boone and Mrs. R. L. Noland at
tended the District meeting of the
Missionary Society of the Metho
dist church held in Andrews last week.
MRS. J. W. REED GIVES LUNCH. MRS DAVID MILLER HOSTESS, given the hono'te oy Mm. J. Howell
EON. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. David Way. An elegant six our? lunch
Mrs, J. W. Allen, who i3 the guest Miller gave a lovely party to compli- eon was served. Amen; those en
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reed, was com-'mcnt her sister, Miss Georgia Miller, joying the occasion were: Mesdames
plimented by her hostess on Wtdnes-.The appartment was attractively dec.
day noon at a beautifully appointed orated with old-fashioned flowers.
Mr. W. R.
and Mrs w! R.
! Miss Florida Kent, instructor of
! physical education in the high school
Rhinehart of Canton was for the past year, has remained over
for a week s visit to Miss Janie Love
Mitchell, before returning to her home
in Georgetown, S C.
Dr and Mrs C. C. Curtis of New I.
York are the guests of the guests of
Mis. J. M. Gwyn at Springdaie. Mrs.
Curtis before her marriage was Miss
Elsie Gwyn and at one time t.iugh. in
the Waynesville schools.
Mrs. C. F
a Waynesville visitor on Saturday.
The many friends of Mr. W. T. Lee
are glad to see him in town this week.
Mrs. N. M. Medford and Mrs. Alden
Howell, Jr. spent Thursday in Asheville
luncheon. The cent:- piece was an . Three tables were arranged for bridge,
artistic arrangement of rggeJ rhins After several exciting progressions,
and pink larkspur. A delicious five Mrs J. N. Shoolbred was the holder
I course luncheon was serve 1. Those of the highest score. She was given a
enjoying the orcasii.i, with the hon , hand-made vanity dresser set, which
oree, were: Mes'ai:.os Harry Rotha 'she in turn graciously presented Miss Crary and
J. W. Seaver, S. R Crocker, and the Miller. The guest of honor prize wis
.Misses I'redericka Qu.nl.in and Grace a handsome piece of Moderia em- KrX'KI'TION
Bowie. ! broidery. A two course luncheon was
S. J. Shekon, I). L. Boy.l, I). M. Kil
lian, J. K. Boone, S. A. Jones, R. Q.
McCracken, J. T. Mangum, J. Htwell
Way, B. J. Sloan, S. C. Satterthwait,
Emma Willis, Jack Hotzclaw of Pen
sacola, Kla., Meuse of Atlanta, John
Smatheis, Joe Rose of Miami, Delos
Miss Nannette Junes.
REV. 1.. It.
- i served, the hostess being assisted bv
!-r SueAt a bargain, l:.rge liif-jMrs. Kobt Coin.
let almost new, (all at Waynesville
Miss Virginia Rotha spent last week
in Asheville, the guest o Mrs. Wil
liams. The County Board of Education held
two meetings this week, on Monday
Among those present in addition to
those named were: Mesdames Caroline
Have parties wanting small faims de Neergaard, Grady Boyd, R. O. Cov
1 1 s t- tn highway, raitable fr summer j ington, Ira Thackston, H. B. Atkins,
Call on or torite H G. Stone, i W. F. Swift, R. L. Lee, Anderson and
Waynesville. N. C. 2tejthe Misses Josi-phine Thomas, Robena
! Miller and Nannette Jones.
Mrs. John L. Ferguson of Whittier
was the guest last week of her sister,
Mrs. S. J. Shelton.
Miss Braxton Kirk, who has been
studying at the University of Ken
tucky, has arrived home.
For Sale White Leghorn pullets.
Rev. J. T. Mangum and daughter,:
Miss Edith, left Tuesday by motor
for Sel na, Ala., where they have gone
to attend the marriage of Mm. i
Mangum's sister, Miss Elsie Hooper
to Mr. Letches Calhoun Mitchell. Miss
By the hundred 7. each. Less than MRS. (WjIVER RANIER
10n, !0r each. Ajsd some good cick-l LUNCHEON.
erels. See J. J. Cl:Tk 1 l:iO Smathers
street, Waynesville, N. C.
Hooper was a popular
visitor last summer.
1 wanted Highest
See .1. Q. MHliire & Co. (Inc.)
Asheville, N. C.
On Friday Mrs. Oliver Rainer enter.
"Pjtainod with a luncheon. It was given
, 7 t honor her mother, Mrs. B. F.
that Oay was
The table with
On Tuesday mening the Baptist
congregation of Clyde and vicinity
gave a reception at the Haywood In
stitute to the retiring president, Rev.
I.. B. White, in appreciation of the
splendid work and service he hai
given the school. For twenty- two
years Mr. White has been with the
Haywood Institute and much of the
success of this school has been due
to his untiring efforts. The trustee1
and prominent Baptists throufrhou
the county were in attendance at thi
farewell. Mr. White is soon leaving
for Fort Worth, Texas, where he will
the Southwestern Theological Sema
nery. After extensive study he will
hmatners, wno on
. I M t-UI.-l VUUIllf
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.its beautiful appointments was lovely
E. K. McGEE MOVES. ; in graceful decorations of green and i 0""' an active pastor and dev.)
Mrs Sarah K. Ha'ies, Worthy , Mr. E. K. McGee, popular insurance ellow. Attractive place cards desig
Matron and Alta B. Moore, Associate ; an I realty dealer, has moved fromlnaied where the guests we -? to sit
Matron will leave for Wilmington, over Alexander's Drug Store nt.) che and at each pJar wis a uniquei
N. C ., June foth, to represent Oak dowunstairs office of the Haywood favor. Aftei the ,-uos' i were seated
Leaf Chanter No. 81 O. E. S. at the Garaire. Inn .lmimiirmr,. tons I'r.i. inu.ilv
Miss Wilda Crawford left this weekStaU, meeting of the Grand Chapter. 1 ' .
Asheville an Monday.
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell and Miss El
eanor Busline II spen t Monday in
Miss Mary Quinlan, student at
Fassifern, returned home on Monday
Miss Hazel Cubberley of Gaines
ville, Fla., is the guest of Mis3
Mr. Dick Covington attended thej
finals at Fassifern the first of the
Jr. motored to, lor Cullowhee, where she goes to at
his entire time to preaching. Or.e
cannot over estimate the far reach
ing influence for good exerted by Mr.
White during his long years of edu
cational work in our county.
tend the smmer school.
! which convenes June 9th
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reed and giie.-t.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Howell of We.it Mrs j w Auen are leaving the fir-t
of the week for Durham to itt.'ni
commencement at Trinity College.
They will be accompanied home by
Mr. Mint Reed, who has been a stu
dent at Trinity for the past year.
Asheville, but formerly of Waynes
ville, spent Monday in town.
Miss Louise Mct'-ai -ter ol CljJe is
assisting in the office of the Register
of Deeds for the next few weeks.
r i-ti.n r- v c i
iwj aniorii, j. iv. muuee aJiu n0me
J. D. Boone were Sunburst visitors
Mr J. D. Hood of Florida has re
cently rented the attraci ive bungalow
of Mr. Joe Tate for the summer sea
Misses Margaret and Mary Ray
students during the past year at St.
Genevieve's, Asheville, have arrived
Miss Elizabeth Quisenbeny arrived
Wednesday from Brenau College.
S. H. Kelley and his brother visited i GainesviIle, Ga., for the summer ra-
tneir iormer nome in lennessee last
H. G. Stone, the realtor, has sold
Miss Isabel Ferguson, who has just
graduated from Agnes Scott College,
the George Smathers home on Daisy with hish honors returned home on
' ' . .
S. H. Kelley and J. D. Boone were Mp caude Hvnes Rev. C. T.
visitors in Clyde, Canton and Ashe- Tew attenaed the reception in Clyde
vine yesterday. on evening given for Rev. L.
Mrs, Chas. E. Quinlan attended the
commencement xercise3 at Fassifern
school for girls, Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mrs. John Way Kirkpat
rick had as their guest for the week
end Miss Mary Flowe of KanapolU.
MisseJ Janie Love Mitchell and
Dorothy Thomas motored to Ashe
Mr. William Smather of Ashev'lle
was the guest of his grandmother,
Mrs. B. F. Smathers, on Friday.
Miss Virginia Welch, who has been
a student at Salem College for the
past year, returned home on Wednes
day. Mis3 Janet Quinlan, member of the
senior elass of '26, Randolph-Macon
College, returned home for the sum
mer vacation on Wednesday morning.
Mr. T. Lenoir Gwyn left Tuesday
for the eastern part of the state on
a business trip in connection with his
work for the Division of Markets.
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Mrs. Joe Rose and small daughter
of Miami, Fla., are the guests of the
latter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. F.
Dr. J. Howell Way returned Sun
day from Raleigh, where he attended
a meeting of the N. C. State Boari
of Health on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. HofTman of
Sylva spent the week-end in town,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Miss Una Plott, a member of the
faculty of the Canton city schools,
left Wednesday to spend her vaca
tion in Kentucky and Virginia.
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Miss Evelyn Rector of the Canton
city schools will leave Thursday for
Greensboro where she will spend a
few weeks visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. McGee and Mr.
and Mrs. Leawrence E. Green wor
shipped at Canton Baptist church
Mr. J. W. Dalton, National Bank
examiner, with headquarters in Char
lotte, spent Saturday in town on of
Bebe G?ilm.'-, little daughter of
Mrs. Bianner Gilmer, returned home
from St. Jeneive of the Pines, Ashe
ville, this week.
Mrs. Robert HJ. Breese arrived
Thursday from Raleigh to spend
sometime with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Kay.
Mr. Ray Morgan and son Jasper
Morgan left Tuesday for Wake For
est. Mr. Morgan goes to attend a re
uion of his class of 1903.
Judge W. J. Hannah leaves Sunday
for Chapel Hill, where he goes to at
tend the finals, his son being a mem
ber of the graduating class.
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The sewing circle of the Presbyte-
Mrs. Chas. E. Ray, Mrs. Bonnet
Ray and Mr. Wilfor Ray are leaving
Sunday by motor for Chapel Hill,
where they go to attend the fianle at
the State Uniersity. Mr. Chas. E.
Ray, Jr. is a member of the gradu
ating class and will receive the de
gree of B. S. in electrical engineering.
FAiUCE'TE SWIFT ENTERTAINS.
Miss Georgia Miller was the honor
guest on Thursday afternoon at one
of the largest bridge parties of the
early summer. The affair was given
by Mrs. Faucette Swift. Eight tables
were arranged for playing, on the
spacious porches and living room.
Quantities of pink roses were effec
tively use.i as decorations. After the
game the hostess presented Miss
Miller an artistic wall vase.
A sa:ad and ice course was served
'Among those present were Mes
dames George Ward, Roy Francis,
Delos Craiy, L. M. Richeson, J. W.
Seaver, Clarence Mifer, Ji., Chas.
Badgett, Fa'io Dunham, Harry Rotha,
J. L. Strin; ield, J. H. Way, Jr., T.
Lenoir Gwyn, W. C. Garrison, J. N.
Shoolbred, E. L. Withers, M. H.
Reeves, R. O. Covington, J. F. Abel,
Harry Hal., Wm. Hannah, R. L. Lee,
T. G. Boyd, Rufus Siler, Guy Massie,
Joe Graves, Hugh Abel. John Swift,
David Miller, Leon Killian and the
Misses Sara and Josephine Thomas,
Robena Miller and Frederieka Quin
lan. MISS FRANCES ROBESON A'
On Friday afternoon Miss Frances
Robeson was at home to the members
of the Music Department of the Wo
man's Club and several invited guests,
in honor of Miss Georgia Miller, re
cently elected chairman. Miss Jose
phine Thon graciously presided.
The following who have been stu- ; Miss Annie Welch left during the
dents at Davenport College, returned week for an extended visit to Gasto
home last week: Misses Florence and nia, Burlington and Raleigh. While
Winnie Price, Margaret BlackweUl, j in Raleigh she will attend the conn.
Winnie Leatherwood, Elizabeth M-v : mencement exercises at Peace Insti
Lean and Dorothy Seaver. tute.
rian church held a delightful joint The following delightful program was
meeting on Wednesday afternoon at rendered:
the home of Mrs. Lena B. Palmer. j 1. Marche HeroLque, F. Schubert,
op. 27. Mrs. Joe Johnson, Mrs. Clem
Among those who left this week Smathers.
for the summer school at Cullowhee 2. For All Eternity, Marscheroni
were the Misses Ora and Eula Patter- -ja Jean Brown.
son, Mary Tucker and Sara Thomas, j ,3. chant d' Amour (Love Sonsr)
'Paderewski Mrs. Joseph Johnson.
Harry Davis tfnd John Boyd left , A BirthdayR. Huntington
Tuesday for Loudonville, Ohio, where WoodmanMr9 L. E. Green.
Harry Davis has purchased a Buick j BarceroiieTaieA 0f Hoffman
bus. They will drive it back through jMjga g.tring1ieId
the country. j Thjs wag fonowe(1 by tne presen-
Mrs. Curtis Logan 'was the hostess tion by,Miss Thomf of beautiful
at themeeting of Circle No. 1 of the Dutch s-lver va Lfrom the Mus,c
Methodist church at the home of her'0"-0 the onoe'. in
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Abel, on c'atlon of h" wf01 ""V" w
me musical me 01 t": ciuu. 1 nc hj.-
tess then presented Miss Miller with
a lovely blue glass consnole set. Miss
Robeson was assisted in receiving her
guests by her mother. Mrs. E. J. Rob
eson. The club members present were
Mesdames J. W. Reed, L. E. Green,
Clem Smathers, Joseph Johnson,
Grady Boyd, and the Misses Josephine
Thomas, Ida Jean Brown and Marga
ret Stiingfield. The invited list in
cluded Mrs. Clarence Miller, Jr., Mr3.
J. W. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. H. B. At
kins, Mrs. Charles Burgin, Mrs. N.
M. Medford, Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs.
T. Lenoir Gyn, Mrs. Rufus Siler,
Mrs. David Miller, Mrs. Ira Thack
ston, Mrs. Allen of Spartanburg- and
the Misses Sara Thomas, Robena Mil.
ler and Sue Willard Lindsley. .
Tuesday afternoon. I
Misses Elizabeth and Edna Garrett,
young daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Noble Garrett, are the guests of their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Moody, in Franklin.
H. G. Stone recently sold the
Messer farm in Fairview section to
Mr. A. B. Moon of Bokelia, Fla. Mr.
and Mrs. Moon and family will have
their summer home here.
Is Duckworth Motor Company
an Asset to Waynesville?
You get tne same service on repairs and parts
Ford in Waynesville (population 3000) as you
Charlotte (population 75000)
e have modern equipment and machinery in our stock
and repair shop
spent $3000.00 for improvements on the building we
All these improvements and conveniences do
the cost of service we render as we can more
handle a larger volume of business.
We bei leve in Waynesville and Haywood County and
want you to know that we are glaJ to have had the op
portunity to prepare a permment home for Ford products
We spend our money here and maintain an organization
not add to
aynesviiiej named as
Joe L. Meehan
lonn W. Kirk patrick
Roy B rown
S. F. Rob erson
John McZie co
Q. T. Arrington
Hob son P. Myh and
W. R. Jack son
M aunce Puckwo rth
Miss Fannie 3oyd
in courteous, obliging, and is interested
in you problems. Our motto is: Service, Quality and One
Price. Our success depends upon your Good Will.
TUB UNIVERSAL CAB
Duckworth Motor Company.
by P. C. DUCKWORTH Secy-Treas.