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THE ASHEVITiLE CITIZEN, SATUItDAY- OCTOBER 13, 1917.
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I Society Personals
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Of great social Interest throughout wedding party. Tba guests motored
(hs state la tha wedd nc tonight or
Miss Hortsnse Haughton Jonee and
... I Mr. Richard Gordon Stock ton. of Win
J ston-Salem. Tha earemony will take
J plaoe at 8:80 o'clock at Trinity Epls-
oopal church. Immediately after
wards thera will ba a large reception
- I: at tha home of the bridge parents on
" Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ralston, of
,, , Beaverdam, entertained with a 'pos-
sum hunt on Thuraday evening- . In
compliment to tha birthday annlvsr
i aary of fheir daughter, Mies LucUe
, v Halstoa. A delloioue oampflre aupper
waa served, after whioh old-fashioned
c game and songs were enjoyed. The
y g uests present were; Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Ralston, Mr. and Mrs. John
a Branegan, Misa Luclle Ralston, Miss
Gertrude Hyder. Miss Robena Hyder,
' Miss Helen Young. Miss Annie Xoung,
i m Miss Hannah Palmer, Miss Grace
XuyksndalL Miss May Allen, Miss
HatUe Lee. Mr. Alvin Cooper. Mr. B,
C. Kilmace, Mr, Robert Johnson, Mr.
t JDU rx(, Air. i;ari rumer, tar.
Clyde Palmer, Mr. Prltchard Cham-
. plon, Mr. Kennle Deweese, Mr. Roy
" Xuykendall. Mr. Charlie Ralston, Mr.
Johnnie Ralaton. Mrs. M. 8. Russell
f of New York, and Mr.: Smith-Mull, f
PR. WU, W rPr
Z Miss Hortense Jones was the honor
guest at one of the largest dinner
Z parties of the season, given last eve-
nlng by Mr. Edwin U Ray at tbe Bat
Jj tery Park hotel. The long dinner table
. E.waa placed in the -lounge and was
K most artistically decorated with large
r bowls of beautiful pink dahlias and
g asparagus ' fern. The dainty hand
m painted name cards were in keep-
Z. ing with the occasion. After din
m sner . the bridal party rehearsed for
JJ the weddmg at Trinity church and
returned to the hotel later in the eve
J nlng to enjoy dancing. . Covers were
laid for twenty-eight,, Mr. Ray's
guests being: Miss Jones, Miss May
Bernard, Miss Cornelia Taylor, of
Winston-Salem; Miss Frances Oates,
5 Miss Ruth Crits, of Winston-Salem;
to Arden In the morning, returning
to the oity In the late afternoon. The
party was composed of the bridal
party and the out-of-town guests who
are here for the wedding.
Mrs. King Kennedy was hostess last
evening at a dinner party grren at tne
Battery Park hotel After dinner the
guests enjoyed the Friday night dance.
Th regular dinner dance last night
at the Battery Park hotel was one of
the largest held in some time. Several
large dinner parties preceded the
dance, and during the dinner hour
dancing was enjoyed between the
courses. - Added to the hotel guests
were a number of the dancing con
tingent of AshevlUe who went to
spend the evening. Dancing lasted
Miss Genevive Theobold will enter
tain the members of the Girl's card
club this afternoon at her home on
Mrs. M. CL Austin entertained the
members of the Esther, chapter O. E.
S. sewing circle, at her apartment at
the Southern hotel yesterday after
noon. A delightful musical program
was carried out during the afternoon.
after which the hostess served re
Mrs. C. D. Beadle of BUtmore estate
will entertain Miss Hortense Jones
and the members of her bridal party.
with a motor ride over the estate this
A number of the members of the
Country club are planning to ro to
the cluw this afternoon for afternoon
tea. Each Saturday these teas are
given by the management of the club,
The "Wharee" Card club meets this
afternoon with Miss Isabel Cooke at
her home. No. 17 Chunn street
gt - 'Ws W M W
Get tle Round Package
Us for ft Century.
Atk For and GET f
Made from clean, rich milk with the ex.
i mlted Vm. malted in our
own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions.
H" "J wuln. more than tea, eeff
eW Al LJ "tinn indues, tofrmhin.
Jeep. AUo in lunch ubUt form for busujeesnisj.
Subatltutea Ceat YOU Same lrlc
Toko a Paokaao Homo
ftosiertf for Men, lOomen and Children at ffhis Store
Ladies AAA Cotton Hose, smooth finish in Black or White, QQ .-'
Ladies' Gordon round Ticket Hose, medium heavy weight in Black or QO ' i
White .V M . . .... ................. . .... '. :, , . . . eJesC ' t
Ladies' Gordon Cotton Hose, reinforced heel, double tole and toe in Black or C A A,
Ladies Gordon Silk Lisle Hose, medium light weight in Black or . , . , 7
Ladies' Cashmere Hose in regular and outsize s in Black "Vf .,
only .., , DC
Men's Gordon Cashmere Hose in Black
' Miss Pearl Osborne, of Durham.
k- ... ..I.,lu.a ln A 1 111
I, '77 '7 . ? V, . . r ,Z 1 . ' " several weeks.
CMUU4, saiam 4yru n.iiuonuu, jar. bdb
Mrs. Silas G. Bernard, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Stockton, of Winston-Salem
'.Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Starr of Winston- latav
t , mjciu, jar. nuu mrs. ruweii uiuiter,
, . or winstor.-rtH.iem; i;r. and Mrs. wii-
J lam M. Jonas,-of Oreenaboro; Mrs,
f. Charles Vogler, of Winston-Salem;
' Mr, John Whitakerof Winston-Salem;
Z Mr, James Gray, of Wine ton -ulem;
Mr. A. ii. jsner of Winston-Salem: Mr.
Lsvwrenee H. Jones, Mr. James Gray,
of Wlnaton-SaleoiE Mr. Robert Jones,
jar, itaipn mockion, or unapei lin;
Mr. , jonn Tinett, of Charlotte; Mr,
' Mrs. Owen Norvel has rone to her
former home at Salisbury, for a short
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis, of Bir
mingham. Ala., arrived yesterday to
spend a short time in the city.
Mrs. H. R. . Smith and her small
daughter. Miss Katherlne Smith, are
visiting relatives and friends in the
eastern part of the state.
K.v nimn Mr Ijrnar RUrbhnn. rl " ' Jn, Ot
virVii a Mr ni,; CMoago. in., are among the guests
Virginia, and Mr. Richard Stockton,
The Twin City Sentinel gives the
''Mrs. John 8. Cunningham, of the
Norttt Carolina insurance department,
nas just oeen appointed ny Mrs. K. J,
Keynoias, state chairman, represents'
nmfn'. mmf 7h. tTw?I eor Andrews, are in the city for
woman .-W"tM of .the t Liberty U ,hort etay en route to their home
1 " ' '. . "v." ..i. "-T". " w 1" n Tennessee.
"wuieH UI UUUVU( IWIV, All, I . . , , m tr
F- Orwnr left yesterday
ft w Hrrf tn.i.Hr.l0,a 'or her hom Knorvllle, Tenn., after
.n.,n- at.?rll0L ?; f Pndin. knight vfltlng relative.
spending a few weeks at Grove Park
Miss Evelyn V. Page left Friday
morning for coleraln, N. C, where
she has accepted a position as music
teacher in the High school there,
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Andrews, and Mr,
contact with schools, colleges "and I
women s ciuos over tne state. ,
"All summer Mrs. Cunningham lias
oeen working in benaii of the wom
en's committee of the Council of Na
tional' Defense, and shs assumes the
Liberty loan duties with patrlotlo
"It was Mrs. Cunningham, as chair
man of the woman's committee for the
State fair, who secured Con rress worn
an Jeanette Rankin to sneak at the
dedication of the woman's building at
ma rair next wees. '-'
"xesterday Mrs. Cunningham was
the guest of Mrs. R. J. Reynolds; to
day she visited the schools of the city
in tne interest or conservation, and
leaves tor Greensboro tonight."
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Coming as a complete surprise to
the friends and relatives of the con
tracting parties was. the marriage of
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Harris and their
son. Master George Karris, Jr., of
Montgomery, Ala., are visiting rela
tives m tne city for a fortnight.
Mrs. A. C. Cuthbert who has been
lit AshevlUe for a" number of months.
leaves this week for her home at New
Mrs. S. W.' Black ha returned to
her borne at Bryson City, after spend
ing a lew aays in AshevlUe.
Mrs. W. W. Balrd. of Nashville.
Tenn., has arrived in the city to spend
Bishop and Mrs. Junius Horner and
their two daughters. Miss Eva Horner
ana Miss Katherlne Horner, leave to-
Miss Julia Michael, of Daytona, Fla., day for a stay of several weeks at
and Mr. Donald Bowles, son of Mr.
and -Mra R. . B. Bowles of this city.
which took place at Jacksonville, on
October 11. Mrs. Bowles Is well known
- in the musical circles of Daytona,
where she has a host of friends. Mr.
- and Mrs. Bowies are at home to their
friends at No. H 8 Charlotte street
Mr. and Mrs. Silas G. Bernard en
; tertalned with a picnic luncheon yes
terday at their country place near Ar
den, having as their chief guests. Miss
Hortense Jones and Mr. Richard
, Stockton and the members of - the
Chicago and other large cities.
Mr. William Sanders, of Wilson. N.
C. is In AshevlUe for an indefinite
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Downs, of
New York City, are among the guests
at Grove Park inn.
' Mr. and Mrs. John C. Arbogast re
turned to their home on Montford
avenue yesterday after spending sev
eral days in Canada, where they went
for the wedding of their daughter,
Miss Eula May Arti'ogast. and Mr.
Robert M. Horsburgh, which took
place last Tuesday.
Lieut Eugene Cocke, who is sta
tioned at Camp Sevier. 8. C. will mo
tor to the olty today to attend the
Jones-Btockton wedding this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Parks and their
three children, who have been spend
ing some time in AshevlUe, will re
turn to their home in South Caro
Mr. Walter Faust has returned to
his home at New Orleans, after spend
ing the summer months in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Toung, of Chi
cago. 111., are In AshevlUe for a short
Mrs. Ida Brlggs has returned to her
home In the city, after visiting Mrs.
Bam Bailey for several days at her
home at Marshall.
Major F. J. Clemejiger, who is sta
tioned at Camp Sevier, S. C, arrives
today to spend the week-end in Ashe
Mr. E. R. Rankin has returned to
his home at Statesville, after spend
ing a ehort while in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hallyburton and
Miss Addle Hallyburton spent some
time at Morgan ton during the week.
Mrs. J. Bryant O'Bannon, who has
been occupying an apartment at Rose
Terrace for the summer, has returned
to the Langren hotel, where she will
Mrs. N. McNaughton has returned
to her home at Morganton, after visit
ing friends in AshevlUe and at Marion.
Mr. and Mrs. E.- C. Council, of At
lanta, Ga., have returned to their
home after spending several weeks in
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Brawley and
their children, who have been spend
ing the summer at their country place
at Flat Rock, have returned to their
home at Greenville, for the winter.
Mr. and Mra. Brawley are frequent
Mr. and Mrs. Charles UnderhlU,
who have been spending some time In
the city, have returned to Fayettevllle.
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston. Jr..
will return to the city tomorrow, after
a short stay at Wilmington, N. C.
Mrs. W. N. Hackney and Miss Nell
Hackney have gone to Atlanta, Ga.,
where they will visit relatives for sev
tratlon committee. In the place of
Mrs. R. B. Hayes, who has resigned.
Mra Hayes will be out of the city
during the winter months
Mr. and Mrs, Arch Ray, of Bryson
City, tpent several days with relatives
in the city durmg the week.
A bridge party for the benefit of
the American Red Cross will be held
at the AshevlUe Country Club Wed
nesday, October the 17th. The en
trance fee will be one dollar per per
son. This party will be open to the
publto by special permission of the
board of governors of the AshevlUe
Country Club. Tables may be made
up if desired. Same table will play
throughout the party. Individual
entries will be paired together at the
beginning of play. Prizes will be
given to the highest scores. . flaying
will begin promptly at S p. m. All
entrances must be made with the sec
retary of the club not later than
Tuesday noon. Advt. 4t
A horns built In Grove Park can be
sold at a profit rather than at a loss.
Phone 1683. tf
SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE
LOUISVILLE. Ky., Oct. 12. The
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a Ro
man Catholic charitable organization
with a membership extending through
out the world, opened Its national
congress In this city today. Delegates
from branches of the society through
out the United States are attending
the rebsions, which will continuo over
tomorrow and Sunday.
Mast of the humming birds are
tropical, but a few species are found
In the temperate parts of North
Infanta' Gordon Wool Hose in White OA
Infanta Gordon Silk and Wool Hoae in White fyH f '
Children's Cadet Hose for School wear, in medium and heavy weight with '
double knee . ... ....... .
Warm Coatings for Cold Days
Velours 56 inches wide in Navy, Brown, tQ f A
Green, or Black ,) OU
Homespuns 56 inches wide in mixed color- fQ A
ings of ground or pattern tyOeOU
Panette 54 inches wide, a fabric with a long nap fin
ish. Gray or Black, Blue or
Burella Cloth 54 inches wide, a new cloth of i
the season, Navy or Khaki Colored . .
Gunniburl 54 inches wide, coating of the Homespun
Family Gray, Green, Garnet or dJ A A
Checks or Plaids 54 inches Fancy Coat- (Q A A
ings, small checks or plaids. . . M PJeUU
15 liaf ssa-
OFFICIAL RED CROSS
Shown at Counter of Pictorial
Ice Bag Cover.
Hot Water Bag Cover.
Sheets and Pillow Cases.
Operating Cap and Mask.
Hospital Bed Sheets.
Bed Socks and Foot Socks.
That's What Mount Pleas-
ant Lady Says Cardui Is
and Tells What It Did
Best Carolina Head Rice,
LINDSEY & COLLINS
Bfltmore Avenue Store
College Street Store
BUY A LIBERTY BOND
meets with the approval of tbe one
who pays the bills and tends Us
Have you tried this clean, free
burning and satisfaction giving
coal? If not. It's timt you didT
Orders filled promptly in any
M ....... ..,u DIM, ,11,1.7. ?VI4
have been paying for a quality aJ
wHtp u mm (two.
Mrs. Charles Lynch, of WII mine-ton.
N. C, is spending a short time with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Con
yers, at their home on Cumberland
Mr. W. T. Spain of Memphis, Tenn..
la in AshevlUe for a brief stay.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Scott and
Miss Julia Baxter Scott, of Charlotte.
are spending some time at Washing
ton uity ana hbw jrork city. They
spent part or eacn summer in Ashe
vlUe and are well known here.
Mrs. J. M. Gudger, Jr., chairman
of the Woman s Council of National
Defence for Buncombe county, an
nounces that Mrs. T. P. Malloy will
serve as vice-chairman of the regis-
New Styles in Women's Hosiery
'And the Always Popular Staple Numbers for
. ' Among the new styles are Colored Silks in shades to har
monize with the Fall Suits and Dresses-
Brown, Grey, Silver, Taupe, Fawn, Champagne, Russian
Calf, Cordovon, etc., come in several qualities at $1.75 to
White Silks with Colored Clocks are $3.00.
Fancy Stripes and Clocks in Black and White are $ 1 .2 5.
Plain White Silks are priced at $1.50. $2.00 and $2.50;
Plain Black at $1.00 to $3.00.
A Embroidered Hose Black or White are priced at $2.50
.' Fancy Black and White Clocked Hose for evening wear
are $5.00. y; ;
Evening shades at $1.00 and $1.50.
- Lisle Hoae in winter weights Black, White or Tan are
50c and 65c
i - Foil assortments of colors and sizes Onyx, McCallum
and Kayser Brands.
SIGN FOOD PLEDGE, )
URGES BILUE BURKE
r - Phone 7a
Yon em do your bit bff buying . Liberty Bond.
-sSSPL k 1
Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. "As a girl I
was always well and hearty," says
Mrs. M. E. Rail, of this place. "I
have always been accounted healthy.
I never felt any trouble like weak
ness until I came to the change of life.
I was about forty-five when that be
gan. I think I would have died had X
not found out what a good Xriend to
women Cardui is.
I suffered a great deal. I had a
number of fainting spells, and would
be obliged to lie in bed a week or two
at a time. I never liked to lie in bed
because it interferred so with my
work. The swimming in my head was
nearly continuous. I could not stoop
down it would make me so dizzy. I
think I used Cardui off and on for two
or . three years, using in that time
about 8 or 19 bottles. I began to feel
the improvement in health before I
had taken one bottle, but kept on tak
ing it untu 1 got in perfect health.
Had it not been for Cardui I know
J would have been dead. Now I am
2 years old, and weigh about 175,
and am in the most perfect health."
Give Cardui a trial for your trou
bles. It should do for you what it has
done for thousand of others. Advt.
THE BEHN1NG PIANO
Indorsed and used by the best Artists of tha world. Fries $500. Is
offered for It days for I40S. Who will gat that bargain at
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE
For the Best in Pianos, Bdlsoaa and Vlotrolas.
Phone SOS. T Pattoa Am
Are just exactly what the name implies. They are boss over
every other heater when it comes to saving fuel and throwing
out heat Call and see them.
CHAS. L SLUDER CO.
tO S. PACK SQUARE.
Buy a Liberty Bond.
All dressed a is the eosturas
of tha United States food adminis
tration Miss Blllie Burke, national
stage favorite, uses every spars
moment urging women to "Hoov
erlxe" and help the food conserva
tion movement by signing Hoots
pledges, , :
OUR COAL LOOMS UP
as the biggest boon of all.
You can defy the winter if
you have it in your bin. We
can show you the right coal
to operate stoves and fur-,
naces with the greatest pos
sible economy and the while
get the results that really
Ashe. Dray, Fuel and Ooab Cow
II Broadway The Red Front.
Phones IIS. 116, !.
"Tbe Big Red Front. "
No Change in the Price of
80 Cents the Pound
Phones 1S3 and 1SS.
MISS CRUISE'S SHOP ;
The Place to call and have
your Hair, Face, Hands and
Feet treated by expert opera,
SS HAYWOOD ST.
Soothe Your Itclimg
Bathe with Cuticura Soap snd hot
water and follow with a gentle ap
plication of Cuticura Ointment The
mission of Cuticura is not only to soothe
and heal but to prevent skin troubles
by keeping the pores free from impur-.
ftiei and irritation. For sample of eack
free br mail address post-card: "Catt
enrs. Dept. 12G, Boston." Sold every
where. Soap 25c Ointment 25 and 40c. -
My! What a Beautiful Chafing Dish
And Its An Electric, Too! -
"Yea, my husband gave it to me on my last birth
day and we use it quite often. You haven't any idea
how many things you can prepare on it and with so
little trouble. We often get an entire meal on it and
eur Electric Grill." ' -
The above la an actual conversation.
BUY A LIBERTY BOND -
Asheville Power S light Co.
SALESROOM: 102 PATT0N AVZNUL
MRS. VALE '
Manicuring and Shampooing;
Facial Massage and Scalp Treat
ment ; . ,. ..
S Haywood St. 'Phone 1ST!
Takes 'em all on high. Sec
ond speed gear aeldom used.
Nearly , half million in use.
. and growing more popular
each day. , . . $
. Buy a Liberty Bond.
I Sales Co,
, IS-ia E. WALNUT.
: TArteas a mo hattsrs
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