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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 5, 1931.
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
. PHONE 137
Jeter C. Hawkins
of Clyde w
' John W. Shook of Clyde was here
cn business Monday.
- J. M, Wells of Canton was here or.
Rev Thomas Erwin of Pigeon was
Waynesville visitor Monday.
''' Mrs- Ernest Withers was spending
Tuesday in Asheville.
i W A.. Moore of Woodrow was
the city on business this week.
t . f ,
Manson Medford of the Iron Duff
section was a visitor here Monday'
D. R. McCraeken of Cra'btree town
ship spent Monday" here oh busin ss.
Jack Snyder of Salisbury
visitor over the week-end.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Allison,
on Oct. 17, a son, John Mack-
Joe Shaekt'ord of Duke University
spent the week-end with home folk.
Mr. David Cabe left Tuesday for
San Francisco, California.
I Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Perry were re
cent Asheville visitors.
Mr. Will Campbell of Maggie was
in town Monday on 'business.
- . Fred L. Stokes ot canton was nere ig visjtin her sister Mrs- j
business last week.
B. D. Smathers of Canton spent
- aome time in the city last Thursday.
C. F. Christopher of Woodrow spent
Friday in the city
- i John Mann of Canton was a busi
. ness visitor here Saturday.
, L. li. Staley of Burlington was here
oh business last Saturday.
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v W. R- Medford of Lake Junaluska
'was in the city Saturady on business,
i, Jl. W. Medford of Canton was here
on: business last Saturday-
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! Mrs. Mattie Leatherwood of Clyde
was a visitor here Saturday.
' Charles Moody and Earl Ferguson ot
' Jonathan were in the city Monday-
P. E. Haynes and W. W. Haynes
of Clyde were here on business Mon
t,r; 'i .
Guy Hipps of Canton spent some
time in Waynesville Monday on bus
int' f ' " "-'"'"
; iJarvis L. Palmer of the Cataloochee
section of the county was here Mon-
inyyA :ji h)uiu'Miot
business visitor to Waynesville Mon-
Mrs. P. M. Weston of Tal'botton, Ga.
C- James of the Fines Creek seO
of the County was here for a
short time Monday.
rvan Medford of the Jonathan
i )f Creek section of the county was a
i " visitor here last week.
Roy Medford of the Crabtree sec
tion was in the city last Friday look-
ag after 'business acairs.
Mrs. Andrew E. Moore and Mrs
R. H. Mitchell spent Tuesday in Ashe
ville. Mrs. Addington and small daughter
of Atlanta are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr- anil Mis. ('. F. Kirkpatrick
motored to Asheville and met Mrs.
Laura Rearden last Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ii. L. Provost and
Aaron Prevost returned Monday night
from a short visit to Morganton.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hyatt were
attendants at the Tennessee-Duke
game in Knoxville last Saturday-
J. W. Noland was another of the
folks from Fin s Creek here on bus
, B. B. Caldwell and family came
over from Mars Hill and spent the
week-end with r latives. ,
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The report is that both the dances
celebrating Hallowe'en on last Fri
day evening were a decided success.
Miss Ro"bina Miller is expected
home from a visit with Mr. and Mrs
Geo. A. Niles in Griffin, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Lauriston Hardin
Patrick apartments- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Steifel have
gone to their home in Galion, Ohio,
following a fortnight's visit here.
Miss Edith Byrd of Hendersonville
spent the week-end with Miss Eliza
Mr. and Mrs S. C. Plott and Mr.
W. A Grahl returned Sunday from
Decatur, Ga., where they attended
State horse show.
Mrs. Elizabeth Meredith has re
turned to Grenada, Miss for a st'y
of several weeks, after having been
at Hillcrest for an extended stay.
by Rev. P. D. Miller The subjects
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nric xiiuAi. 111 itrx rating! auu iiripiuii j j
The local work chairman, Mrs. R
L Prevost, ably assisted, served a
! luncheon at one o'clock,
; MRS. UUNN'S
FATHER HAS DIED
The many friends here of Prof, and
I Mrs. B. D. Bunn are graved to hear
j of the death of Mrs Bunn's father.
j Mr. George W. Finch, of Henderson.
' Mrs. Bunn had been apprised of hi
illness and went to be with her father
on Wednesday of last week. His
passing occurred on Sunday night,
J Nov. 1. Mr. Bunn left Monday to
attend the funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith a;e at
tending the Jackson County Poultry r)YYf'f PARTi'
Day in Sylva Thursday. Mr Smith1 v4l H ALLOWE'EX
is a judge in the poultry. j ' Elizabeth RaV cek-brated her
birthday anniversary lust Thursday
evening by-inviting a group of friends
Mr. W. H. Riser of the Greenville.!
Tennessee Chamber of Commerce was
in town en route the Sylva Poultry
The Hallowe'en colors r.nd
tions were carried out in the
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sheeley of j l,f the appointments.
Morristown, Tenn. have been the! . The dinner table was centered with
o-nt nf .Wsi.. Hnm.n dnrino. ! " yellow flower cluster and the covers
the past week-
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Spra,rue and
children of Hancock, N. '. were
guests during the past week of .Miss
Miss Dorothy Lane arrived Tues
day evening from Columbia and is
were laid for Miss Katherine Ray,
Miss Virginia Welch, Miss Ma.'garet
Ray, Miss Mary Stringtield, Miss
Mai v Rav and Miss Wilda Crawford
Guy Chambers of Iron Duff was ;i
Miss Isabel Ferguson was here
from Salem College with her mother,
Mrs. Hester C, Ferguson over
spending about a week" with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ,1 M.
Bell, at the Hotel Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs- James C. Iien.i and
Mrs. Harry Marshall left last Thurs
day morning for Philadelphia after
being the 1 much feted guests v'. Mrs.
R. H. Mitchell.
Mr. Beii Medford has returned from
Mancus, Colo., where he has been do
ing construction work for the past
several months near the park area
A 'possum hunt was reported ns
being very successful, in as muc'i as
they actually caught and ate one. In
the chase 'were 'Ward Kirkpatrick, J.
L. Stringfield, Gilbert Herr of Galion,
Ohio and the two Carson boys.
Harry McCraeken arid two guests
Ben Davis arid Ruffin O'Neal, students
at the University at ' Chapel Hill,
sp nt the week-end with the parents
of voung McCraeken, Mr. and Mrs.
W- L- McCraeken, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 1. Newton ot
Arlington, N- J. spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Newton. The
visitors had been on a few week's
vacation and had been as far south
as St Peterszurg, Fla., they were en
route to New Jersey and especially en
joyed their visit in this locality-
O TESTS OF THE ,
j The 'fidlowitur guests are
l at the LeFaine this week
! Alexandei." A. W. Noll and
Mr-J. B- Ivey of Charlotte was- in ! invited to
i.iynesville visitor one day the lat-1 town part of this week. He is attend-.
part of last week. I ing business at his Lake Junaluska
" I home.
OATH ER G ARM EM'S
The Needle Work Guild, is gather-
the ing garments Wednesday, and Thurs
! day and will hold a tea from :!::!()
"''.; to 4.::0 Thnrsday P. M. Everyone, is
TO TOUR FLORIDA
R. B. Howell of the Jonathan see-
in ot trie county was nere tor a
rt wihle last Saturday.
t ). M. Smathers, a prominent citi
zent of Canton, was in W7aynesville
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& 1 E. Sentelle, an attorney ot Cat
Q ton, was here on business during the
early part of the week.
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Charles B. McCrary of Fines Creek
a pent some time here on 'business
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S. H. Justice of Canton was shak
ing hands with friends in Waynes-
Ville one day last week.
D. Rickman of the Pigeon sec
tion of the county was here a short
while last week.
i C.' F. Owen of Canton spent some'
f time' in Waynesville attedning to
business last week.
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I D- J. Noland, superintendent of the
i County Home, was a visitor in town
Hon. H. A. Os'borne of Canton was
in the city Monday for a meeting of
,the County School Board of which he
is a member.
' -Messrs- George Ward and Welch
Galloway, prominent attorneys of the
Buncombe county bar, Were here on
business last week.
, Migs Pearl Weaver was here Tues-
fi!TL-1 6 'nteres'; 0V- Gardner's
j, sgTam for the unemployment and
)l def situation- A meeting is being'
"Hied for Friday morning, Nov. 6.
Ben Medford, Carey McCraeken
and Guy Fulhright have returned
from Denver where they h.'ive been
during the past six months.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G Massie expect
to leave Saturday for a tour of Fhr
ida. They expect to be gone alH)ut
ten 'Mays or. two weeks. Mr.'. Massie
is connected vvith. the Massie Fui'ni
'.ure Company here.
: J. A.
j Mrs .1. T. Baxter of Atlanta, Ga. ;
Mr. ami Mrs. 11. C. Kilter of Colum
bia, South Carolina; C. A. Pattei-'vou
of Charlotte; V L. Watson of Burns
ville; Miss Edna . Wise and Miss
! Ruby Smith of Greenville, South
j Carolina; Mr. and Mis M. A. Knox,
j Miss Clara Knox, Mrs. George W.
Funk of Social Circle, Georgia; F.
G. Woods of Greensboro''; V. S, Davis
of Wilson; Jus. Pou (if Raleigh and
Johnson Willis of Marion.
FAMILY AND FRIENDS
HELP CELEBRATE UNAWARE
Several close friends and a few
members of the family were invited
in to have midday dinner vvith Mr. and
Mrs; M. Theodore McCraeken last
Thursday, Oct. 29, and discovered 'bc-
I fore their departure that they had
assisted in celebrating the nineteenth
wedding anniversary of their host and
hostess. The table was prettily ap
pointed with gold and orange flowers
as a center. A most delicious dinner
was served to Mr. and Mrs V.
Nobeck, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Haynes,
Mi. W I.. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. T. O.
Breeding and Mr. Edwin Haynes.
Many attended the Hallowe'en cele
bration at tiie Centra! Elementary
school on Friday evening. A good
sum was realized !or I lie won; ol I lie
V T. A., and to assist the unde.rpriv-ile-dgcd"'
-of. the sehooi. The progr-'im
given in the auditorium was well at
tended, and will.' worth the while of
o.'ch who was there. Then side shows,
inclti'lmc a lla!l of Horrors and lish
I pond, suppleiiiented the V-ircus ami .the
I food hoot lis. All were well ..patronized.
Much Was donated anil the proceeds
Mrs. Minthorne W:oIsey, who.
boon at the Hotel Wayiievil!e
r.tveral months, left Tuesday fer
new home in Asheville-
has; ROTARIANS ENTER
1(11 i 7M.V FOR WIVES
her The Rotary club
' ' . ; monthly dinner to the Rotary Anns.
J The program begins at "i.'JO P. M.
Attorney Sam Robinson and D. HJ.'(.jM.,e K() ,4 Mrs, Ira Thackston,
Hams and Miss Kate Williamson ;, -. v rervinR the dinner. A most
have been here several days this week attractive evening is planned.
on-business.- . j , ' :
DR. KIRKPATRICK .
Mrs. Turnc'r Meece, who ii()MF FROM HOSPITAL
have been visiting Mrs, John Ca'be
cn Church street, left Tuesday for
their home in Bellingham, Wash.
Miss Edna Mae Price and Miss
Delle Wofford, Cullowhee students:,
spent the week-end with Miss Jose
phine Cabe on Church street- -
Atkins Shackford who is a Student
at Emory and Henry College, Emory
Va., was with his family at Branner
Crest the past weekend.
Mr. M- T. Brady, who is employed
by Dicus Brothers, is stopping at the
LeFaine during his Vacation. He has
been in South Carolina.
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Mrs. Cora Alley and daughter, Mrs.
Madge A. Morrison have taken an
apartment in the Kirkpatrick. Mrs
Alley is the mother of Attorney Doyle
Alley.- -. '";.'-'
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Cabe of Van
couver, Canada, who have been visit?
ing their aunt, Mrs. John Cabe, on
Church street, left for their home
Tuesday- ; '
Dr. W. L Kirkpatrick returned
home Sunday from the Charlotte
Sanatoriurn where he has been for
treatment. Edwin : ' Haynes, W. F.
Kirkpatrick, Ward Kirkpatrick and
Ernest McCraeken w ent down ts
Charlotte and accompanied him ' home.
He is reported much improved,
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KIRKPATRICK CAMP '
HAS HAD PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodes and
their guest, Mrs, Addington, Of At
lanta, and Mr. and Mrs. W- X.
Jeffries of Burlington, were honort V
by 'Mr. and -Mrs. ' C. F. Kirkpatrick
with a camn party Monday evening.
Mrs- James Tutweiler and Mr. I. L.
Council! and Miss Margaret Hahn
were additional guests. .
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ALL DAY V
The women of the Presbyterian
church held their annual Home Mis
sion study class at the church Wed
nesday, November 4th, beginning at
10:30 A. M. The text 'book used was
"The Imperative of Home Miss'ons,"
were profit. .
HEX E FIT DANCE
HE Lit AT CANTON .' ,
( Special to. The Mountaineer.)
The benefit (ianee given by the
Canton Business and .Professional
Woman's Club at the K. of P Hal!,,
oii last Friday evening was quite a
success. While the dance was given
for the purpose of making money, the
Finance Committee of the Club
thought it wise to restrict the attend
ance to invited guests and no ad
riiittancc was made without a card.;.
r, 1 1 1 1 : I.. .) ..t ...i
1 no nan was auai:uvci,Y uiLiij.iHi'
w ith autumn leaves, and other cl.eco.r
ations suggestive of the Hallowe'en
season. Mark Hamilton and his or
chestra from Asheville furnished the
Sandwieh'cs and doughnuts were- .i
sale, while cider was furtiishei! with
out charge. .'
The party enjoyed to the exten;
that requests were made by the guests
that the Club give another of these
dances soon. The Club and especially
the Finance Committee, was we'd
pleased in the way the evening's en
tertainment was carried out.
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