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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, JULY 9, t95
SOCIETY AND PERSONAL
I am sure it is a great mistake
always to know enough to go in when
it rains. One may keep nug and
dry by such knoKttedgq, but one
misses a world of loveliness! Adeline
iMjis Love Morgan of Jjlyva is
spending a few days here as the guest
of Misses Hazel t. Fterguson and
Mr. Ralph Morgan, who is with
the T. C. Smith Drug Company of
Asheville and Ralph, Jr., were in
Misses Jenny Lend DuVal and Sara
Carter of Decatur, Ga. are at Mrs.
Killian's again for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Killian have as
their guest Mr. Killian's sister, Mrs-
John Mills and her daughter, Mrs. L.B.
Allen of Montrose, Colorado. They
arrived Friday and wiBl probably be
here for the remainder of the summer.
Mr. D. M. Holland of West Palm
Beach and Joseph Holland of Green
ville, S. C. are visiting their siister,
Mrs. Dave Russell
by Emerson and Doris, returned Tues
day afternooi from Lawrenceville,
Illinois, where they spent the month
of June visiting her mother, Mrs.
Salph Price is at th Waynesville
Hospital where he underwent an- operV
ation for appendicitis on Tuesday.
Mhi. Eunice Robey of Charlotte
hos returned to her home after a short
visit to Mrs. Bess Francis Penny.
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. McDowell and
family motored to their farm in Hen
derson county where they spent the
MiisB Almariq Bramlett was a
member of motor party which spent
the day at Ceazar's Head last Satur
Mrs. J. L. Payne returned Tuesdoy
to her home in Augusta, Georgia af
ter an extnded visit with her sister,
Mrs. Z. V. Price, on the Dellwood
Miss Mary Quinlan left Monday for
Port Dover, Canada, where she will
join a house party of Fassifern girls.
En route Miss Qunilan will stop in
Cleveland, Ohio for a short visit.
Mrs. Rufus) SUer, Mrs. Harry
rlrehr and Wallace Blackwell saw
"Smilin' Tro' '' in Asheville Monday.
Miss Nora Ashton of Atlanta,
joined her parents at Oak Park Sat
urday. Miss Helen Englehart accom
panied her hme for a week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Camp had as
their guest for a week Mrs. Camp's
sister, Mrs. Mosser of Chicago. Mrs.
Mosser, who is a member of the Chi
cago Sunday Evening Muslic Ofcib,
sang the offertory solo at Grace
church last Sunday.
Mr. J W. Ferguson has returned
from Raleigh where he attended the
judicial conference as delegate ap
pointed by Governor McLean.
Mrs. Stuart R. Crockett, Howe
Taylor and Miss Nancy Crockett re
turned Friday night from Montreat.
They came by way of Brevard and
brought with them Miss Pauline
Townes of Madisonville, Ky., who will
visit here for some time. Mtas
Townes has been attending the Y. W.
Conference at Lock Broch Camp
Brevard. Other guests in the Crock
ett home are Misses Penelope and
Eleanor Tipton of Stony Point, Tenn.
'Mr. and Mrsl Oscar Jones and
children of Forth Worth, Texas were
in town a while Tuesday. They ex
pect to spend about two weks with
relatives in Asheville before return
ing to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Smith of Ral
eigh spent the week-end with Mrs.
Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Lee. Mr. Smith attended the N. C
Bar Association which met in Ashe
ville last week. They will return
later in the summer for a visit.
Francis and John Willis with their
guests, Dan Clark and George Adair,
of Atlanta arrived by motor July 4th
and will visit their grandmother, Mrs.
Emma Willis, for the summer. Mr.
dark will probably "return to his
home the first of August.
Mrs. Adford Derbyshire and two
young daughters of Columbia, S. C.
are at the Georgia Home for a few
months. Mrs. Derbyshire is remem
bered as Miss Ruth Ansley.
Commander and Mrs. Henry Lee
with their young daughter arrived
last week from Washington, where
he is stationed, and will spend sev
eral weeks here with Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Richeson have
as their guests for the summer Mrs.
Richeson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Evans and M. H. Evans of New
York. They with their hosts, mo
tored to Knoxville last week.
Mrs. Hard Fish of Canton is in town
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr.
W. P. Farmer.
Miss Maude Fields, who has been
teaching in Johson CHy, came the
first of the week to spepnd the sum
mer with Mrs. Sydie Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Morgan of
Selma, Ala. have arrived fr the sum
mer and are guests of Rev. and Mrs.
J. T. Mangum.
.Mrs. S. J. Shelton has returned from
Asheville where she visited Mrs. Ed
Rhinehart for several weeks.
Miss Joecelyn McDowell, who has
been teaching in Winston-Salem for
the past two years, returned to her
home last week. Miss McDowell has
been offered a very attractive po
sition in the Raleigh High School for
Mrs. I. I . Edgerton of Tampa, ar
rived last week for an extended visit
with Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Edgerton.
Mrs. Kate McCracken Morris came
i last week from (Orlando can! will
spend the smmer with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. McCracken.
Gould de Neergaard, recently of
Bristol, Tenn., is spend a few day.
with his mother at her hom on
Wailnut street. He has been con
nected with Ronald Green Architect
for the past year and will be in
Asheville for the next few months.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hampton' of
Asheville were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Green.
Littie Miss Elisabeth Band and
Oharles Band are spending this week
with relatives in Spartanburg. Their
sister Loraine .is visiting in Ashe
ville for several days.
Mr. Wm. A. Band was t Brevard
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Col-) who have
been spending their honeymoon with
Mr. Cole's mother, Mrs. Anna E.
Cfole at Hazelwood, retumei to New
Mr. and Mrs Joe Tate and Mr. and
Mrs. Rouser motored to Asheville
Monday for the show at the Plaza.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Isenhour and chil.
dren arrived Saturday from Chan,
lotte. Mr. Isenhour returned Mon
day, but Mrs. Isenhour will spend the
summer with her parents, Mr. find
Mrs. R. Q. McCracken.
Mrs. F. A. Anderson of Johnson
City, Tenn. arrived last Wednesday
for an extended visit with her moth
er. Mrs. S. J. Shelton. Miss Helen
Ray, who has been her guest for the
past six weeks, returned with her.
Vaughn Crawford of the post office
department, Wflmington,! Dell, is
spending his vacation with his papr
cnts, Mr. and Mrj. T. N. Crawford,
in Iron Duff.
Mr. R. E. Wood of Baltimore came
Sunday for a short visit with Mrs.
Wood who is spending the summer
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. Henry B. Foy, Jr., who ac
companied Mrs. Mrs. Foy from Wil
mington, returned home Sunday. He
expects to visit here later in the sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Osborne and
children of West Asheville were
Waynesville visitors Sunday.
Miss Ruby Hill and Wayne Hill
or Charlotte are visiting their uncle,
Mr. Clyde McCrow. They expect to
be here indefinitely.
Mr. and Mrs. T. k. Crawford and
family of Iron Duff were in town
Mrsj. Eugena lAUey and young
daughter of Sylva were in town the
first of the week.
Mr. Hayes of Canton was in town
Misses Sara and Ruth Wofford of
Spartanburg, S. C. arrived Thursday
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ray and chil
dren of Durham came Saturday to
spend some time with Mrs. Ray's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bramlett.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Marshall, Jr.
of Charlotte soent the week-end with
Mayor and Mrs. J. Harden Howell.
Mr. R. L. Prevost made a bbusiness
trip to Greenville. S. C. the first of
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Duckett and
family and Mr. Glenn Leatherwood,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bridges and son
Marion and Miss Eva Smith motored
to Leicester Sunday where they vis
ited Mr. Duckett's relatives.
Mrs. Dan Herndon of Barbsrville.
Ky. arrived Tuesday for an extended
visit with the Rippitoes and Hugh
Mr. and Mrst. Ray Morgan have
returned from a business and pleas
ure trip to Highlands, Walhalla and
Greenville. S. C.
Mr. J. D. Boone attended the meet
ing of the N. C. Press Association at
Asheville Wednesday. Mr. Boone has
been poetxf this organization for the
past ten years. He expects to be in
attendance at the South Carolina as
sociation which meets at Brevard.
Rev, 3. T. Mangum attended a meet
ing of the executive committee of the
Boy Scuot Camp in Buncombe county
Mr. Claude A. Haynes is In States
ville attending the annual convention
of Clerks of the Superior Court.
Dr. J. R. McCracken, G. C. Plott,
Clarence Phillips, Hoy Martin and
Leon Killian attended the Shriner's
Convention in WrtotonSafem July
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clayton and throe
young daughters are guests of Mr.
arid Mrs. D. M. Killian. ,
Dr. Kenneth Montgomery returned
Sunday from Charlotte Where he has
, completed a special course in urology
at Crowell's Clinic. He intends tak-
ing further work at Johns Hopkins in
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boone returned
! Saturday from Atlanta where they
l went to see Mrs. Boone's sister who is
quite ill. They came back over the
new highway by Franklin.
OPEN AIR KINDERGARTEN
Monday, hay ride.
Tuesday, taffy pull.
Wednesday, riding party.
Thursday, games and picnic or tea
Friday, quiet day; the children make
things in the work shop; doll furni
ture, candy boxes, bird houses, candy
and arrange bunches of flowers. These
things they sell for their church
The proceeds from candy and flow- i
ers on Friday, July the third, amount
ed to forty cents.
Mrs. H. G. Stone was the grarom
hostess to the Woman's Club Thurs
day afternoon, June 25th, at th? home
of Mrs. McDowell. The meeting was
largely attended, this being the la3t
meeting for the year.
After the usual opening splendid
report were given by the retiring of
ficers and committees.
Mrs. Ferguson reported that the
sale of tickets to Senator Heflin's
lecture amounted to $126.00, the pro
ceeds from same to be used for the
Dahlia Show. Mrs. Ferguson read
the list of names appointed on the
Dahlia Show committees as follows:
Refreshment Committee. Mrs. R. H.
Blackwell, Mrs. C. W. Miller, Jr., Mrs.
Candy Committee: Mrs. Cleveland
Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Dave Miller. Pos--
ters: Miss Josephine Thomas. Miss
Mildred Crawford. Arrangements:
Miss Robena Miller, Mrs. T. C. Breed
ing and Miss Daisy. Entering dalias:
Miss Bessie Boyd and Mrs. Chas. U.
Miller. Entertaining Judges: Mrs. C.
R. Thomas, Mrs. R. L. Allen. Orches.
tra Committee: Mrs. Frank Ferguson,
Mrs. C. U. Miller. To Determine
Prizes: Mrs. J. N. Shoolbred and Mrs.
C. U. Miller. To Procure Competent
Judges: Mrs. H. G. Stone and Mrs.
Mrs. Stone read the outlines for the
next year's ororams which were
unanimou ly adopted.
Vocal Pi!o "A Dream," Barlett. by
Miss Mill' red Crawford.
Guests rf the afternoon: Mrs. Robt.
Bryson of Winter Haven, Fla., Mrs.
Jenkins -f La Belle, Fla., Mrs. J. R.
Thomas. M- . W. L. Hardin, Mrs. Wal
ter Taylor of Baltimore and Mrs. Kirk
Followinr adjournment a delicious
salad course was served by the hos
tess, assiste i by Miss Isabella Mc
Three Days of
Vaudeville at the
Week. Watch for
Lady Says Her Back "Hart Night
and Day" Least Noise Up
set Her. Better After
Wlnfleld, Texas. "My back hurt
night and day," says Mrs. C. L.
Bason, of R. F. D. 1, this place. "I
ached and ached until I could hard
ly go. I felt weak and did not feel
like doing anything. My work was
a great burden to me. I Just hated
to do up the dishes, even. I was
no-account and extremely nervous.
"My mother had taken Cardul
and she thought it would do me
good, so she told me to take it.
My husband got me a bottle and I
began on It. I began to improve at
once. It was such a help that I
continued it until after the b.i;.,-'.-blrth.
"I took eight bottles and I ca:i
certainly say that it helped me.
It Is a fine tonic It built ma up
and seemed to strengthen me. I
grew less nervous and began to
"I can certainly recommend
Cardul to expectant mothers, for to
me It was a wonderful help. ... In
every way I felt better after taking
It and I think it is a splendid medi
cine." Cardul Is purely vegetable, and
contains no harmful drui.
For sale everywhere. MO-142
THE HEAVY LEAD BODY of Kurfees Paint .
forms a touch, solid film that is proof against
extreme hot and cold weather. sjlt hides the dis-i
colored surface. It's the lead in paint that forms1'
the protecting film and . retains the brilliancy of a
color. Kurfees Paint contains 20 to 40 more,
lead per gallon and will cover (hide) more surfaqjjf '.
Compare Paint Formulas here's Kurie
Pure Carbonate Lead. . .SOJt
Pure Zinc Oxide ...100
Tinted with Pure Colon, GrtHtoA mud HaM
with Pur. Uiumo OU ui Drr Oar. AOS'
K i the grtater quantify of pure carbonate of leii irTrCuT
fees Paint, scientifically combined wi:h pure linseed oil that
makes it flow smoother and more quickly under the brush.!
It saves time and work in applying, hides and protects
more square feet of surface per gallon and lasts longer in the
weather. You can paint better and for less with Kurfees.
Come in and see the beautiful color combinations and let us
show you how little it will take to paint your house right.
gjufises Makes a Paint for Every Purpose We Have Them
InMsntlv tranfnrmft worn.
scratched furniture, floors
and woodwork, into shiny
newness. Eight beautiful
colon a quart makes a
border for a rug. A half
hat small table.
f lFtUt Tint
I jrUrgJvo year walls and
fellings a soft, velvety fla.
fish of onsarpassed beauty.
Flows on easily, like rich
leiaam. ' It's washable. H
beautiful tints. Ask for
booklet of color comblna
Olow for every room.
Hyatt & Co.
VOTf fOR THE HOSPITAL BONDS
A New and Faster Service to
Asheville and Canton
EG1NN1NG July 13th ;i new and faster Long Distance Tele
phone service will be inaugurated from Waynesville to Ashe
v'i'le and Canion.
Calls to Asheville and Canton can be made by simply giving
3 our regular operator the telephone number of the distant party.
Kor example, when your .rperatir as.s "Number, please," give
her the number wanted, as, "Asheville 123." While you hold your
receiver to vour ear. she will ring the Asheville number. Calis to
Canton can be made in the same way.
The service is faster and the cost to you is less 25c for a five
minute talk to Asheville and 10c for a five-mir, :te talk to Canton.
This new. fast service r-i?- ' ca'.is for numbers only. Calls
for a particular person and collect c al's should be given to "Long Dis
tance" in the usual way.
Beginning next ' onday, try ;h!s service on your toll calls to
Asheville and Canton.
MISS 3ESSIE AVE AVER. Manager
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Of Polity. One Syttam. Univnal Stntcm