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THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1912
S ! i ND PERSON AL-N
The Cleonian literary society met
the Utter part of the week at the written out and pinned on tnem, in
5 til,h school. After a bri-f discussion ordfr that thy misrht all become ar
i the following officers were elected ' qualnlcd. .Miss Thelma Kmathers.
I for tha ensuing- term; Miss Maurice . pre sldent of the class, presented the
Bledsoe, president: Miss Bonnie
Schoffner, vice-president; Mls Mar
is euerlte Overall, secretary; Mint
Jaannetta Nance, treasurer; Miss I.ll-
i I lian Kin, supervisor; Mies Kliraheth
f I lian Kin, supervisor; Mi
; f rille. critic; Miss Ethel
- i porter; Mlsa Ausrusta Harnett custo
i a dfan. With the election of these offl
. errs the society Is looking forward to
1 , one of the moat successful terms since
: t til orsantzalion.
1 Tha Travelers' club held an Inter
; -t eating meeting the latter part, of the
'! ht waek at the home of Mrs. Our Weav
;t S rr, 11 Cotirtlsnd avenue. The nieai
i tj hershlp of the club is limlu.1 to
$ & and with tha election of Mm. .1. T.
! J Homey tha membership list was enm-
at plated. Mrs. Clinton Hunhes w.is In
t i oharr of the meeting, but (rave pre
J $ faranoa to Mlsa Morrison, who epoke
at lenrth and most Interestingly on
J , China Home Life Past and Present,'.'
' and Mica Morrison, liarloa been bom
'tij f in China, and ependlnp much of her
j )tfa there, was eminently qualified to
tall tha quaint customs of th Flory
i Kintaom. Mlsa Morrisson s motnet
was Interested In the lleratur of
V China and translated Into English
i many of tha poems and legends. The
r; next meeting; of the club will he rI
i tha home of Mrs. Charles M. Hrltt, 27
1 Coleman avenue. January '.'7.
- A J
fTha many friends In Ashevllle aid
tfendersnvtlle of Miss Marie Virginia
C Hayei and Mr. William Powell Polts,
if both of tha latter place, will lie In
terested to learn of their niarrlago
j which occurred In fpartanburg, a. i'
November t, 1921. The ceremony was
4 performed by Rev. Dr. William Pell,
s of tha First Baptist church, In the
presence of Miss !ehlla r'louse. of
j: HeuderaonvlIU, and Mr. Z. Tl. Coving-
ton, of Ashovllle. The bride Is one
j of Hendersonvllle's charming young
'' business woman and has had charge
' of McClelland 's store. Mr. Potts Tn
ona of the successful young business
"4 man or tne same city, on the an
nounoemant of their marriage Mr.
y and Mrs. Potts left Immediately for
i Klorlda where they will spend their
J honeymoon at the different resorts.
( After their return they will make
! their home fn Hendersonvlllo where
, they bava hosts of friends.
j Tha recent anow outlined the fig
; i nraa of . "the bride and groom" on
y Plsgah and brought to mind the Tn
: dlan legend ooncornlng them. The
-.legend concerning them, another of
i Sulphur Springs and Plsgah, will ap
' pear In tha nait issue of Plverslon,
; ' Ashevtlle's new and Interesting seml-
monthly magailne. Miss Kva I'lamon
i don Boyd will contribute the legend
i ary atrolea.
j Mr. John Worsley gave a stag din.
1 tier at hla home, Friday tha 13th, in
. celebtwMon of hla birthday annlver-
i sary. Mr, Woraley'a guests, at his
? homa on Cantral avenue were; Cspt.
"harle Pinner, Capt. H. K. Miller,
J ! Mr. H. M, Jordan, Mr. A. J. Hmlth,
, : Mr, Alexander IMgges, Mr. U. U Al-
, llaon, Mr. F. A. Woodcock, and Mr.
Rlohard A. Miller.
; . Tha Weber Literary aoclety held
i j an enthusiastic meeting recently at
, ; tha high school. There was an elec
: ! tlon of officers wlthth following re.
,-Mlilt.. Mlaa V.leanne Vtnnimin tirAi.1-
I ' ' i dent! Mlsa Mary Harris. vlce-oreeU
i dent; Missy Martha Hall, secretary
. and treasurer; Mlsa Hdlth Harris,
'. ' critic; Miss Dorothy Mathews, cn
, , sr; Miss Frances Nichols, niarghal;
. : Miss Farncas Barker, reporter. MTst
; ; , DTfmn ib lacuity auvisor.
ill ja jg
; i i Tha Woman' club meets this 6ft
, t i noon at 8:J0 o'clock at the high
v i school, MJss Ixils Love, Miss hue
Mobbina and Mlaa Eleanor Htratton
I balng tha hostesses. Tha meeting wH
, oe neia in tne lunch room or tho
5 f f building which la on tha ground floor,
, and In order that there will be no
1 1 confusion aa to the location of the
! lunch room tha hostesses will have
J ae-verai girl assistants who will be
: atationedat the various doors, to dll
; j raot tha club members. .
i 3 rars. t nariea m. fiatr, 'accompanied
8 5 Mr. A. W. Khymer, the county wel'
1 i J fare officer," and
; ) Peach about 20
4 JS ) Sunday, and In
.! i made a most atli
f j rara onicer, and several friends, to
or 3u miles away.
the church there.
aUrrlni aoueal In the
Intereet of the rura' welfare v..
' Jment Mrs. Piatt clearly and vividly
J 5 net forth tha purpose of the work am
i? 5the urgent need of the supjiort i,f
. t , tha Community In relieving the dls-
j alreaa fn tha remote country ilihtriets
f l Mra, Piatt aroused the Interest and
j j enthusiasm of her hearers, and or
i jganlxatiort was effected to . holp in
lit h welfare work. Mr.-Rhymer has
s u grlven an open Invitation to tho wo-
fiimen of. Ashevllle who arc tntsrestcd
. j j In tha work, or would learn more of
i i J lla purpose, to go with Itlni on some
t i ?of his tripe. He nitty he renched In
ij hla office In the court house and
$ solicits tha co-operation of women in
i thla Interesting and Important move.
The girls of the Uoberts Philalhea
class of Centra Methodist rhnrvh
i f I V were entertained recently by the
4 j lJormltory club of the Y. M. c. A.
j I i ;'The entire lower floor of the V. M.
I ; - C A., was thrown open for the oc-
: t ' caalon, A member of tho Dormitory
A i I I-club met the guests at the door and
Unusflally Good Suits
They are Suits of excellent
quality, material and work
manship and very smartly
styled ones too Veldyne, Du
vet de Laine, Moussyne, Trico
tine, Suedene and Tweed in
the popular shades and trim
Styles are comprehensive and prices are
so decidedly underpriced that no woman who
likes to wear a Suit can afford to ignore such
a aplendid opportunity
' $19.75, $25.00 Suits. $15.75 $55.00, $65.00 Suits, $34.75
$29.50. $39.50 Suits, $19.75 $69.50, $79.50 Suits, $39.75
$45.00, $49.50 Suits. $24.75 $85.00,$95.00 Suits. $55.00
1 law that everyone hsl their namts
Hihles which the Roberts Philalhea
girls are furnishing for the rooms of
the Y. M. ('. A., and these were ac
cepted on behalf of that organiiatlon
hy Mr. II. L. Stripe. There were
various gurnes played and In the con
tots Miss LouIsa Davis and Mrs
Menard Henderson won loxes of
fandy. Miss lues Kessler and Miss
llattle McKay furnished the music
during the serving of the refresh
ments which were excellently pre
pared and served by Mr. I. 8. Tate.
Mr. Paul Mlimis and Mr. A.- Miller in
te op -stairs dining room. Mr. Wild
er, who, Is deprived of speech and
hearing, pantomimed ' several Plbie
Morles, and those who beard him
were- itekod to name the tstory he
portrayed. There was also a mock
wedding which added to the amuse
ments of the evening. Tho party fin
ally broke up with the singing of
"Hood Night Ladies'" and "Until We
The. membra' of All Soul's choir
will bo entertained Wednesday even
ing st. i.M o'clock at the Parish house
in Blltmore. It w ill he 'a mask party,
and all of the guests are asked to
Miss Elisabeth Donnahoa entertain
ed the Kenllworth Bridge club Satur
day afternoon in the hospital. Plus
and yrllow were the colors used In
the decorations. Mrs. M. 11. Koster
won the highest srore and the con
solation went to Mrs. ,Stult.
A A ,
Miss Msrgaret Twls entertained
very agreeably the latter part of the
week, at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Carl Hamford, 92 Washington road.
The affair was entirely Informal, there
was dancing and for those who pre
ferred bridge, several tables were ar
ranged. There was a buffet supper
which was announced with a pretty
incident. A large-tray laden with old
fashioned corsage bouquets was
brought in a presented to each of the
guests. The flowers were cleverly
constructed of yellow candy covered
with oiled paper, each had a spray
of maiden hair fern and a ruffle '
lace pnper tied with gauxe ribbons.
Among Miss Iewls' guests were Alias
Kdlth lrftwrence, Mrs. Bess Brown,
Miss Katherlno Adams, Miss Mnrv
Albertson, Miss Florence Oeg, Miss
Ruth Hrown, Miss Opal Brown, Miss
Edna Young, Miss Tanner. Mrs. Edith
Palttrcr, Miss Rosalie Bowen, Miss
Mary Owynn, Mrs. Clarence Robinson,
Miss Renn Nichols. Miss Vienna
Nichols. Miss Ruth Wstts. Miss Vir
ginia Williamson, Mrs. T. B. Newmnn,
Miss Clorence Martin, Miss Katherlne
Cosgrovr, Miss Polly Morrow, Miss
Lottie Bailey and Miss McConnell,
Mlsa Eugenia Clark, the daughter
of Chief Justice Walter Clark, of
Raleigh, whose engagements to Iev.
John Allen McLean, of Morganton,
was recently announced, Is visiting
friends in Winston-Salem and Is be
ing extensively entertained. Mrs.
Janiei It. Davla Was a recent hostess
at her home In that city at a partv
given In honor of Mitts Clark. Theru
was a lingerie gift for the br do tn he.
and prises were given In a contest.
The wedding of Miss Clark and Rev.
mi. miTuf-nii uoch piace rcDruary b
Mrs. T. Oalumbeek and her mother.
Mrs. II. Kruhauf were hostesses yes
terday afternoon at a bridge party
given at the Piping-Hot tea hotise for
the - out-of-town , vlsltora of their
AsheVllle friends. There were about
28 present at tho party.
Mr. W. J. McCnnless was hostess
og t. Johna auxiliary of Trinity
church, at a. meeting of the latter.
Tha annual reports were read and as
sured the members of the prosperous
year Just, ended. Tho meeting was
very largely attended. Following the
business, tea was aervert by the hos
tess, i no next meeting will be on
the fourth Wednesday at S o'clock In
the evening, tho place yet to be de
The Balm Grove Missionary society
will meet at tha homaf Mrs. C. F
Foister, 1182 Haywood road, this after
noon at 3 o'clock.
The Goucher College club will meet
at the home of Mrs. L. W.' Griffith,
124 Montford avenue, Wednesday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. L R. Calvert, of
Ashland. Ky., are in Ashevllle for a
etay and are guests at tho Manor.
Mrs. William Blood has returned
from Washington. D. C.
Miss Farmy MeClintock', of Harrls
burg, Ta.. Is visiting friends In Ashe
vllle for a few weeks.
Mr. Philip Cooke. Jr . who Is a stu-1
dent at tho A. M. N. A., at Flat Rock, I
spent, the week-end with relatives In
Miss Helen Crawford who has been
at her homo in Black Mountain for
a 10 days ntny lias returned to tho
Pr. Charles P. Norburn, V. S. W,
who Is station at League Island hos
pital, near Philadelphia, is expected
NOW HAS SWEET TOOTH
Mr. Evan had never liked cakes,
puddings or paetrles; that Is. until
ho w urged to try some deasort
recently that Mr. Evana felt aure
he'd like. And. now, ha Insists up
on desserts regularly.
You see, the particular dessert
that converted Mr. Evana had been
flavored with Blue Ribbon Vanilla.
Instead of being elrnply aweet and
Insipid, It was dellciously flavored
with pure vanilla. Men are always
positive In their llkea that's -why
women who make a success of
married life always use Blue Bib
bon Extracts. (Advertisement.)
shortly to visit his parents, at their
home near the Ashevllle school.
Mrs. Annie I. Martin has closed
her home Woodfteld, near Flat Rock,
and Is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Mets In Atlanta for several weeks.
Mrs Philip S. Henry, Miss Violet
and Miss lonore Henry are at the
Hotel Chatham. In New York, where
they will remain until they sail for
Europe shortly with Mr. Henry..
Mrs. W.'lt. Howard who has made
Ashevllle her home for some years
leaves today for Tarhoro, and the
eastern part of the ststo where In
future she will reside. Mrs. Howard's
many friends In Ashevllle will regret
to learn of her permanent departure.
Mrs. Carl A. Mef'anless. wlio was
Miss Ruth Wiley before her marriage,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. L.
Wiley on Montford avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Williams
and small son, were recent guest at
the Ta-Mlaml hotel.
Miss Mamie Jackson who has been
visiting friends In the city for several
weeks has returned to her horns In
Mr. and Mrs. Y.
A. Wright, jr., of
guests at Margo
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neville Buck
who were here for a few days with
Mrs. J. Taylor Amiss went last week
to Camden, R '. Mr. Pnek s th
well known author, whose books In
the Ashevllle library Includn 'JCall of
the Cumberlands,: 'Pagan of the
Hills" and his last book, "Roof Tree."
Mr. Frank I. Conder returned yes
terday from a business trip to Colum
bia and other South Carolina points.
Mr. .T. O. Adams has returned from
a brief trip to Washington, D. C.
Mr. J. M. Chilea who has been In
Washington, D. C, on business has
returned to tho city.
MaJ. A. J. Miller, commanding offi
cer at Oteen, left. Sunday for Wash
ington for a brief stay.
Miss Mary Powell has returned to
their home In Hartford. Conn., af'er
spending several months In the city.
Mrs. Q. Forrest Butterworth. ot
Rye, N. Y., Is visiting her parents,
Bishop and Mrs. J. M. Horner, Raven
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hendricks, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, are In Ashevllle for
a stay of several weeks.
T. Shaw has gone to
and will return to the
Miss Lutie Thompson, of Norfolk,
Vs., Is the guest of friends In the
Mrs. Cleorge Hunter and small son,
who has been visiting relatives In
the city have returned to their home
Mr. Castnn Meares has Bono tu1
Tha wondtrtullr rtflW.
pwh whHa camptexkm
rendered, brings back tha
appeannca of youth. Re
sults ar Instant HUhl
antiseptic. Enrta a soft and
soothing acttoo. Over 73
rears m um.
Stud He. for Trial Sim
run. T.Hortmsa son
The Cruise Shop
During the week of January
lfith, for the waqt of display
apace, wo offer
One-Half Off on all Han
Goods We) have some very Bno
switches and all kind of hair
Roods. IHra't mlsa thin
It will pay yon to try our hot
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Miss Maria Shotwell, a well
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parts where she is supposed to be
the darling of the rods and have ail
the luck in the world showered upon
her before the finis of the play, but
now she is experiencing the same
thing in real life. Twelve years
afro she stopped to talk to a shabby
little woman standing on a crowded
New York street and today a for
tune of $100,000 is awaiting bet
from that same little old woman
whom Miss Shotwell bad always
Washington and New York on busi
ness and will be out of town several
Mr. and Mrs. Lascomb Barnard
who have been visiting friends in the
city have returned to Durham.
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B1LTM0RE BANK HAS
T. C. Harrell. Elected Cashier of
Oteen Branch Which Will Be
Opened January 25.
Signs of prosperity were in evi
dence at the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the. Blltniore-Oteen
bank, held yesterday afternoon. C.
J. Barrett was elected vice-president
ana managing director of the
Oteen branch, which will be open
ed January 25. T. C. Harrell was
elected cashier and will take
charge of the work at the hospital.
W. A. McOeachy, cashier of the
Hiltmore bank made his report and
although the institution was open
ed In November, deposits on De
cember 81 were $51,000. It was as
serted following the meeting that
deposits today aro approximately
All officers and directors were
re-elected, with the exception of
Mr. Barrett who becomes an offi
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president; J. T. Roberts. vicc
president; C. W. Wrenshall. vice
president and W. A. McfJeachy.
cashier. The directors arc: J. O.
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If you missed the opening
Av nf cur anecial clearance
of women's Knit Underwear
you should visit the store
early today before all the
best values have been taken
We are offering standard
made Underwear at prices
unheard of in this vicinity.
The garments are divided in
to the following three lots:
150 Women's Union
Suits, all sizes, all styles,
wool, wool andcotton and
cotton, sleeves, some sleeve
less, ankle and knee lengths,
light, medium and heavy
weights, values as high as
$3.50. Special at
100 Women's Vests.
Pants, Drawers and Corset
Covers, originallyjuiced up
to $2.00. Special at
25 Gauze Vests, regular
39c value. Special at
Clyde S. Reed. Jamea T. Roberts,
Dr. J. A. Sinclair, .1. G. Stlke
leather, Ed. F. Vandlver, R. R.
Williams, C. N. Wrenshall and W.
The cashier of the Oteen branch
will come to Ashevllle from Sun
bury, where ho has been cashier
of the Farmers Bank.
AT CITY LIBRARY
Good weather that is good for
reading, and the liberal accession
of new books the past few weeks
have decidedly stimulated the cir
culation of tho Pack Memorial
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K. B. Caraloa
or vnnr monev instantly refnndaJ.
amased at the quick improvement
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NEW JIFFION DRESSES
Too artistic to be called a mere house dress,
yet these days of modern conveniences when work
is so simplified, arouse dress takes on a gay artistic ,
note. ' ' rl
Cay shades of sturdy cfambray imitation
French linen, percale .and gingham, are decorated
'most effectively by contrasting color combinations,
dainty pipings and bits of fancy stitchery.
Women exclaim about the practicality of
Jiffions. No fastenings. Easy to slip into. Easy to
iron. Durable yet dainty. Doesn't this sound attract
ive for a house-dress!
Public library. The first week of
January made a new weekly rec
ord for circulation, with an issue
of 3,248 volumes and the second
week surpassed It with an output
of 2,270. On Saturday 633 books
luiiad tn borrowers, four loss
than the 643 loaned tho Saturday
in November following armistice oi
Additional copies win "bo shelv
ed today or tomorrow of such high
favorites as Brass, the Council of
Seven, If Winter Comes, Alias the
Lone Wolf, and Everybody's Man
among novels, and in non-llctlon
Tumulty's Woodrow Wilson and
jvoit) We have
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all the time"
Since we bought a CADET we have oceans of hot
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A little fire keeps the tank full of piping hot water.
The CADET burns coal and wood no gas. The fire
pot is entirely surrounded by galvanized coils that can
not nut, which insures dean hot water. I (imply wou!4
not take anything for my , j" 1
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. Tbe recent VMt here of Charltst
Neville Buck suggests the lar&t
popularity of his books In the U
c?j library, 'particularly tha Call
tne Cumberland, tne Paron f.
the Hills ana tha Roof Tree, hl
CHICAGO, Jan.' W,fiutter, owf;
creamery extras. 22: firsts. 2762;
standards, 31; egga, lower; firsts. Si;
refrigerator firsts? 22JS.
Asheville Citizen (Asheville, N.C.)
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