THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1931.
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I PERSONAL AND
I EDITORS NOTE The change of
publishing dates of The Mountaineer
ecessitates the getting' in of all so
ciety copy to the society editor not
later than 10:00 A M.. Wednesday
Morning. .Chairman and publicity
committees of the different organiza
tions will please cooperate as far as
possible with Miss Bushnell, in ar
ranging copy before this hour.
' Mr. W. P." Best spent Saturday in
Mr. Robert Russell of Asheville was
in Waynesville on business last week.
' Mr. Harley Clark ?wa here from
Ir. W.H. Pless of Capion was in
Waynesville on business "Monday.
' Mr- Furman Npland of Fines Creek
-was here Wednesday. ' 1
Mr. Fred Hoglan from Crabtree
sjient Thursday in town. '
Mr. A. I. McCracken of Lake J u
naluska was here Thursday.
Mr. Huh Panland from Pigeon
-was in town Thursday. ,
' Mr. O. L. Noland from Crabtree was
in town shopping Thursday.
. Mr. Charles G- Lee, Jr. of Asheville
-wa a Waynesville visitor last week.
Mr, J. A. Parks of Jonathan was
Mr. W. G. Burnett of Pigeon was
ere on business last week.
, Mr. Ed Wells was in town from
Pigeon Thursday. . -
- .Mr. Charles Roberts.. pf. Mjr.; Sterl
ing spent Wednesday-in Waynesville.
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' ..Mr. H. C. Ledbetter of Pigeon was
among the visitors Kere Wednesday.
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,- Mr. H. V. Cagle ffOW Canjton was
kere Wednesday. ;, . f 1: '
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ilr. Welch Calloway1 'speiH Wed
nesday in town. ' '' ;
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V.vMr. George . Wooten,-' president of
He Hickory Bank, was a Wednesday,
witor. . ,
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Rev. R. G McClamrock of Crabtree
m a visitor' in town last week.
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-, Mr. A. R. Spears of Clyde was
'here last week.
j Mr. E. L. Keyes ' of the Keyes
Print Shop of Canton spent Thurs
day in town. '
Among the visitors from Canton
"Friday were Mr. V. C, Murr arid Mr.
. R..E- Hipps. j
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Mr. Trov Leatherwood from Jona
than :pent Thursday in town on
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1 ; F. Campbell from Canton spent
me time in the city on business last
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I JMisses Helen Green and Roxie No
rland, who are teaching at Fines Creek,
were in town Friday.
.f Mrs. Minnie Towles and Mr. Will
; Towles of Crabtree were Waynesville
' visitors last week.
p Among the visitors to Waynesville
J,-Wednesday were Messrs- Will Evans,
Charles Evans, and Lawrence" K vans,
from Union, South Carolina,
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Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Perry spent
reveral days this week visiting rela
lives- in Chester, South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ryan and
- children, who have been at the Kirk
patrick Apartments for several
'" months, left this week for their Aome
. - in St. Petersburg, Florida.
" Mr. aT.d Mrs. Hallett Ward of
Jlichwood, West Virginia arrived
.Tuesday to spend several days with
rjMrs. Ward's parents, Mr. and Mrs,
" John Hipps
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f fir. B. D. Bunn, Mr. Roy Campbell
and Mr. Connatzer went to Maggie
V'Saturday on a very successful squir-
. Mrs. Raymond Cookingha.n and her
daughter, Miss Doris Cookingham, of
C Elmer, New Jersey," who spent some
time' at the Kirkpatrick Apartents
last Spring, arrived at the LeFaine
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Mr. T. L. Re veil of Dellwood was
a visitor in Waynesville Saturday.
Miss Nancy Crockett spent the
week-end at her home in Franklin.
Mrs. R- L. Davis of St. Louis was
a visitor in Waynesville last week.
Clyde Ray has returned from Ral
eigh from a visit to his sister, Mrs.
Walt Gates and Jimmie Clark of
Newport Tenn. were the week-end
visitors of Misses Ila Greene and Vir
Mr. and Mrs. O L. Threlkeld of
Lake Junaluska were visitors in
Mrs. J. B. James and little daugh
ter, Sarah, of Crabtree, spent Friday
Mr. J. W- Noland of Fines Creek
was in Waynesville the last of the
Mr. Grady Messer of Crabtree was
a visitor in town this week.
Mr. Albert Howell from Jonathan
was here on business this week.
Mr. M. E- Haynie from Enka spent
some time in Waynesville this .veek
Among the visitors in town from
Clyde Wednesday were Messrs. C. B.
Jones and Donald Jones.
Miss Ann Tuttle was called home to
Lenoir Monday by the death of her
niece, Ann Tuttle.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Addingon of
Atlantan, Georgia, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rhodes at the
Mr W. A. Dicus of Dicus Brothers
Construction Company, from Clinton,
South Carolina was a guest of the
LeFaine Hotel last week.
Mrs. Laura Reardon, Chief Opera
tor for the Southern Bell Telephone(
Company, returned last week from
a visit to Charlotte, Snavtanbarg,
Baltimore and Washington,
Mrs. Grady Boyd, Mrs. J. R. Mc
Cracken and Miss Dorothy Lane mot
ored to Asheville Wednesday.
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grandmother, Mrs. Lorena Kogers at
Crabtree last week.
Miss Alice Stringfield, who is a
sophomore at Converse College in
Spartanburg, South Carolina, spent
several days visiting her parent, Dr
and Mrs. Tom Stringfield, last we-k.
Mr. and ,Mrs. Ernest Herman had
as their guests Sunday Mr. Herman's
parents, Rev. nd Mrs. George. D.
Herman of Asheville.
Methodist this week.
K. Boone .
Mr. and Mrs. Lauriston Hardin
and young son, Bobby, have moved
into Apartment 1 at the Kirkpat rick
Apartments for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Noland had as
their guests last week-end Mrs- No
land's sister, Miss Florence Hooks
and Miss Jewel Herman;
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Mrs. Minthorne Woo', ;ey, who has
been the guest of the Waynesville
Hotel for the past several weks, left
last week .for Asheville where she has'
purchased a home at 54 Gertrude !
Place, Grove Park. 1
Mr. and Mrs. F. P.. Robeson of
Marietta, Georgia, were guests 01 the
LeFaine Hotel last week. Mr. Pob -
esen is a brother of Mr. E. J. Rob -
eson of this city.
Mr. Thpmas Smith of Charlotte,
field superintendent of the Bankers
Reserve Life Company, was a guest
of the LeFaine this week,
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Miss Mary Lee Hunr.icutt from
Maryville, Tennessee, representative
of the Winston Publishing Company,
is spending this week at the LeFaine.
Dr- and Mrs. W. L. Kirkpatrick
and daughter, Miss Mary Kirkpat
rick, left Thursday for a visit to
relatives in Mt. Airy. Before return
ing to Waynesville they will clso
visit in Kents Store, Virginia and,
Sahford and Wilmington, North Car
i ! bus.
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Mr. Harry Schenck of Murphy was
a visitor in Waynesville Saturday.
Mr. Julius Boyd of Jonathan was
in town Saturday- ,
Mr. Woodson Jones spent several '
days last week with Mrs- Jones and j
small daughter, Nancy.
Mr. John Hipps has entered the
Ashton Park Hospital in Asheville for
iMss Louise Medford, who is on
the facult of the Rock Hill School j
spent the week end in Waynesville.
Miss Edith Byrd of Hendersom ille
was a week end guest of Miss Fii;.a
Mrs. Bonner Ray and son, Bonner, !
Jr., returned Sunday from a visit to
Johnson City, Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L, Butgard of Ma-
con, Georgia, spent the week-end at
their home at Lake Junaluska.
Miss Wilda Crawford was the guest j
of friends in Atlanta, Georgia last 1
week end. '
Miss Thomasine Stringfield spent
the week end in Asheville as the
guest of Miss Carolina Ward.
' Mr- W. T. Lee, Chairman of the
State Corporation Commission, is at
home from Raleigh for a visit.
Miss Edith Downs, who is on the
faculty at Judson, N. C. was the
guest of Miss Anna Jean Plott last
Mrs. Andrew Moore, who has been
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Welch, for sometime left Thursday
for New York City.
Mr- and Mrs, W. D. Smith were in
Canton Saturday for the annual 4-H
Club and Vocational boys display and
Dr. Sam Stringfield and ions, Sam
Jr. and William, went to Atlanta,
Georgia Saturday to attend the Carolina-Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. White and
daughters, Mary Lee and Margaret,
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Patton of Andrews-
Mrs. W. H. Oliver and daughter,
of Sylva, Miss Ruth Oliver, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Alley
Dr. J. F. Abel returned Tuesday
from Orlando, Florida, and reports
that Miss Mary Abel, who is in the
hospital in that city, is improving'
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Henry, Mis.
T. C.'Breeding, and Mr;, G. C Plott
spent Friday in Watervilie. While
there they were shown over th-- W a
1 terviile Hydro-Electric plant,
attended 'the j
in Asheville i Mioses Mary.'' Stringfield',. Rosalyn
I Ray, and Opal Ferguson motored to
"I Asheville. Sunday taking Miss . Alice.
Stringfield, who w.'is returning, to
Spartanburg. ; 1
M r. and Mrs. Fletch Sutton of
Greenville, Tennessee were th." guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Joh-is lost week
Mr. R- N. Barher left Sunday after-
1 1 . llii-Aiiirl,
nr-on tor. an. -extemjeu-.. ,-.n .
the Southwest. Mr. Bar'oer will tvav
t.) s far west as Oklahoma and will
return home just bef ore Ch r i st mas i
. . Mrs. W. L. Hardin returned Tues
day from a several week's visit to htr
1 son. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Noyes
Long, in Old Hickory, Tennessee.
1 Mi?? Margaret Ashton spent the
j xveek-end at home from the Western
Carolina Teachers College at Cullo-
' whee. ?
1 jiss- Josephine Cab had as her 1
guests last week end Miss .Edna May-
Price and Miss Dell Wofford of West
ern Teachers College at Cullowhe;.
Mis. Joe Hare and daughter. Nell,
motored up from Jones boro, Tenn
last w-eek-end and were guests cf Mr.
and Mrs. James T, Jones. Mr. Jones
is Mrs. Hare's nephew. 1
Mrs. Thad Howell of Jonathan en-
tertaned the following guests at
dinner Sunday; Dr. and Mrs, R.'.M.
Waldrop of Br-son City, Mrs. Fred
Moody, Miss Edna Haynes, and Mrs.
H. H Plott of Waynesville.
Mr- Diet Covington of Asheville
spent Monday in Waynesville.
Mr- Homer Henry went to Conover
Saturday to purchase a nev school
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Pr
Asheville visitors Friday,
vost attended the Horn
Committee meeting of th
j The Woman's Club will meet next
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Killian and Leon ; Thursday, November with Mrs-
Killian, Jr. spent the week-end in-. Harden Howell. Mrs. Leon Killian
Raleigh where they went to see Miss j will be joint hostess. Mrs. V. H.
Ellen Louise Killian. who is attend- 1 Matthews will be leader of the pro
mt; Peace Institute. j gram on "The American Home, ' a .d
j Mrs. B. D. Bunn will be the gue:.t
Miss Dorothy Lane returned to her j speaker for the afternoon,
home last week from Columbia, S uth ' .
Carolina where she has had a post- j THEL.MA AXX JOXES
tion with the Goodyear Tire and Kub- I "-L BIRTHDAY PARTY
bt r Companv for the nast several! I.ittl.. Miss Thilm.i Ann ci.l-
Mr. and .Mrs. Guy Massw left
Ihursday tor a two weeks tour 01
I Florida. They were accompanied as
far as Orlando by Mrs. Robert Os
borne and young daughter, Ann.
Rev, and Mrs. J. T. Mangum of
Greensboro arrived in Waynesville
Tuesday night and will be the, guests
0f friend.s during the meeting of the
Western North Carolina -Methodist
Conference in Asheville.
Miss Elsie Smathers left last week
for New York City where she will
be with her aunt, Mrs. Earl Moffit.,
during tlie winter. Miss Smathers has
a position as manager of the gymna
sium at the Carlysle Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs- Charles Badgett and
small son arrived Saturday from
Knoxville to visit Mrs. Badgett's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Denton.
Mr. Padgett returned to Knoxville
Sunday' and Mrs. Badgett remained
for a week's visit.
Mr. Dave Cabe left last week
with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Turner Meece, who are returning to
their home in Rellingham, Washing
ton Mr. Cabe will go to San Fran
cisco, California, when1 he expects to
M)end the winter.
Rev. II. W. Baucom and Mrs. Bau
com's "sister, Mrs. Belle Johnson, a
returned missionary from China, left
Tuesday morning for Winston-Salem
to attend the Baptist State Conven
tion. P. 7'. .4. MEETING
The Paren-Teachers' Association of
the Lake Junaluska school will meet
Tuesday, November 17. Book week
will be observed and all members are
asked to be present and'to bring suita
GIRl. SCO! TS
The Saeaiawea Patrol of the Girl
Scouts entertained with a tramp
party last Saturday night. j
Dressed in "tramp style" the party (
met at the corner, of Haywood Acad- 1
emy streets and visited the homes of I
several members, .'of the patrol be- I
ginning at the: home of Miss Edith J
Baucom and ending at the home of j
Miss . Frances Rose.: At each stop. '
games were played and light refresh- j
Those in the party were: Misses
Elizaleth Wilburn, patiol leader,
Edith . Baucom, Martha Way, Marga
ret Shackford, Helen Medford, Hattie
Siler Freeman, Frances Rose, and
Mary Penland" McCracken, and
Mes.-.r. Tommy .Murray, George Mc
Cracken, Mark Davis, Marcus Rose,
Frank Massie and Otis Massie.
The Waynesville Rotarians enter
tained their wives at dinner Friday
evening in the dining room of the
Methodi.-t church. This .was the sec
ond occasion of the kind and will cbn
tinue once each month through the
Yellow chrysanthemums and bril
liant colored autumn leaves contrib
uted to the Thanksgiving color scheme
which was further carried put in the
yellow mmt baskets and snapper?
which marked each place.
President Ralph E. Nollner, pre
sided durine the delicious dinner
which was served by Circle Number 1
of the church.
After dinner the, program which
had been arranged by Mrs. S. P Gay,
Mrs. J. N. Shoolbred, and Mrs. Joseph
Johnson, : was presented- This in-
j cuded a solo by Miss Charlotte Hatch
er and a piano duet by Mrs. Joseph
Johnson and Miss Doris Messer. Mrs.
Seawell thanked the Rotarians in
original rhyme for their entertain
l'he ladies of the Baptist Mission
ary Society served supper to a large
number of members of the church
Friday evening A social hour was
enjoyed interspersed with informal
I! '(WAX'S CLUB
AXXOVXCE.MEXT , . , . f.L i- ,uj
'ebrated her htth birthdav anniver
sary, Tuesday afternoon, November
10, with a party at the home of par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones.
After playing games for some time
the small guests were invited into the
dining room Here a green and pink
color scheme was attractively carried
out with flowers and favors. A beau
tiful white birthday cake with live
pink candles held central place oti the
table. A delicious ice course was
The guests were: Misses Theresa
Alley, Betty Smith, Mary Lee White,
t'orlne Alley, Mildred McRorie, Cora
Ann Edmunds, Gladys Walker, Mary
Jane Bradley, Mozelle McCracken,
Evelyn Simons, Vera Hosarlook, Kath-
rine Jones and Messrs Rex Hosatlook,
Mark Dicus, Zeb Alley, Fred Palmer,
Jesse t'rouser, Marion Green, Billy
THE U. D. ('.
An enjoyable meeting of the Hay
wood Chapter, No. 940, United
Daughters of the Confederacy, was
held Friday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Howell, with Mrs. R. R
Campbell presiding. There were
twelve members present and Mrs. E.
S. Harrold. Mrs. R P. Walker, and
Miss Ida Jean Brown were guosts.
The main feature of the afternoon
was a paper given by Mrs. J. R. Mc
Cracken on "South Carolina in trie
Confederacy." This paper was not
only splendidly prepared with a world
of unusual information, but it was
most attractively presented Miss
Ida Jean Brown sang in her usual
splendid manner, "The Bonnie Blue
The programs for the 'yea- were
distributed and were received with
much enthusiasm by the '.members.
The subjects to be studied this year
are Confederacy and they will be no
only interesting, but instructive.
MRS. SEA VER
Mrs. J- W. Seaver was hostess at
two charming bridge parties Thurs
diiy and P'riday afternoons entertai n
iiig at her hoine on Haywood strot't,
Many vases of yellow chrysanthe
mums ' were attractively arranged
-throughout the rooms where the
guests were assembled.
Thursday -: afternoon when the
'.cores were counted Mrs. R. It. Camp
1iell held high, Mrs. J. R. McCTackon
held low. and Mrs N. M. Medford
cut the consolation. Each was pre-
: :sd a l-.vi-iy pi i.e.
''-'Oil Friday Mrs. M, H. Reeves was
. presented the high score prize, Mrs.
1 J. R. Thomas received the low -core
pi'i-.c iui'l the consolation grit was
pre onted to Mrs. It L. Allen. .
- A - tin' coniduding feature of each.
event the hostess served a dcliciou K
j r.al 'd course, .
i : Mrs, Seaver's guests Thursd'iy
I were: Mr-. C C. White, Miss Nancy
' K:!':-!!:. Mrs. Edna A. Alley, Mrs.
! Cay Ma :; ie, Mrs Hugh Massie, Mrs
j N: M. Medford, Mrs. A lvi 11 Ward.
jMfs. Gra iy Boyd, Mrs. J. J.- Stone,
I Mrs. Lauriston Hardin, Mrs. R- L.
Coin, Mr B' n Colkitt, Mrs. Robert
Stretcher, Mrs. L. M. Richeson, Mrs.
F'ranci-- Ma.ssie; '.Mrs: Roy Campbell,
Mrs Jerry Colkitt, M rs. J. R. Mc
Cracken, Mrs. Thos. Seawell, Mrs,
Eugene Alley. Those invited for tea
were: Mrs, J. H. Way, Miss Jones,
Mrs. C. J Reece, Mrs. Walker, Mrs.
J; H: Howell, Mrs: M. G. Stamey, Mrs.
J. W- Reed, Mrs. Jones and Mrs.
Friday the guests were: Mrs,
Ernest Hyatt, Mrs. J. P. Dicus, Mrs.
C, M. Dicus, Mrs- M. H. Reeves, Mrs.
E: B. Camp, Mrs. Drayton Perry,
Mrs, James Thomas, Mrs. Dave Baker,
Mrs. C. C-White, Mrs. Koy r rancis,
Mrs. Carol Bell. Mrs. S. P. Gay, Mrs.
T. I.. Gwyn, Mrs John Shoolbred,
Mrs. Green, Mrs. James Goode, Mrs.
W. F. Swift, Miss Robina Miller, Miss
Nannette Jones, Miss Lena Altstaet
ter, and Mrs. C. S de Neergaard.
The invited tea guests were: Mrs.
M. C. Green, Mrs. Paul Walker, Mrs.
Baucom, Mrs. Francis, Mrs. C F.
Kirkpatrick, and Mrs. R. L. Allen.
AN OYSTER SUPPER TO
BE GIVEN SATURDAY
The "Woman's Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church will give an
oyster supper on Saturday, Novem
ber 14, at the "Little Cafe" in tnei
Hyatt building on Main street. Sup
per will start at 5 p. m. and oystersl
will be served fried, stewed and inl
cocktails, w ith coffee, hot rolls andl
pie. The proceeds will go to the!
Manse fund. The public is most cor
ENTERTAINS CANTON BAR
On Thursday evening last, Mr. and
Mrs G rover C. Davis7"at their beau
tiful and spacious home on Walnut
street, acted as hosts for the Way
nesville lawyers in entertaining t.ie
Canton lawyers. Quantities of yel
low and white chrysanthemums were
used as decoration throughout the
An elaborate super was served by
tin Hnvis Mssistpd bv the wives ef
the Waynesville lawyers. Nineteen
scpjirrels and part of a newly killed
deer went into the meat course. -
Immediately after the supper a
meeting of the Haywood County Bar
Association was held with the pres
ident, Mr. W. R. Francis, presiding.
At the meeting the members voted
nine to eight to rescind fee bill which
they had adop'ted during the summer
and which prescribed minimum fees
for the services usually performed by
a lawyer ' "This action leaves each
lawyer free to charge as little or as
much as he pleases.
The lawyers present were: Messrs.
T. A. Clark, S. M. Robinson, K. B.
Overton. R. E- Sentelle, and Collins
of the Canton Bar; Mr. George H.
Ward of the Asheville Bar; and
Messrs. Roy Francis, J. R. Morgan,
M. G. Stamey, Alvin Ward, William
Hannah. Grover Davis, Felix Alley,
Jr., Doyle Alley, Walter Crawford,
Ben Kirkpatrick, Joseph Johnson and
Captain W, J. Hannah, of the Way
The wives of the lawyers present
wore: Mrs. J. R- Morgan, Mrs. John
M Queen, Mrs. M. G. Stamey, Mrs.
Roy Francis, Mrs. Doyle Alley, Mrs.
Joseph Johnson, Mrs. Walter Craw
ford and Mrs Eugene Alley. -Contributed.
Scores of Waynesville and Hazel-
wood people viewed the garments of
1 ,h,. Needlework Guild ingathering dis-
jj al tm, Swift -Garage, Thursday, ,
(. yr j M Long, president of the
Waynesville chapter expre.-u
ilu-ati m at the success of the ingath
oring and slated that about four
hundi.-i garments and a very nice
sum 0.' nioney were received.
Purple and yellow, colors of the
Guild, were featured in the decora
tio:. of the building and the garments
wv're. attractively displayed on long
tables placed end to end on both
sides of the room. Shoes, stockings
f ail kinds and sixes, dresses, over-
. 1 i
babies' wear, lilanK-
; . t were shown in ijuantity
From ":ol to " o ciock in inc ..!--noon
tea was served from a beautiful-;
v appointed table artistically dec-:
nratod with purple petunia and "yeU
iow- chrysanthemuins,' carrying out
the Guihl colors. Silver candle sticks
holding yellow tapers were 'it each
,-nd. of the table.- Pouring tea were.
Mrs T. L: Gwvn. Miss Lena, AkstaeL-U-r,
and Mrs. .1. M. Long. About one
hundred people called during the ..tea
hour Mayor Harden Howell was
present and spoke in appreciation
, r .u.. r:;i,l-
i of the woi-k 01 u-
i. At the end of the day
I rinals of the four elementary sere
came . with lists of clothiim: wante.l
for -nupils' in their respective schools
and the matter of distribution-of tho
garments was begun at owe.
Tho wiiinch Who have
taken : an
active part in this work are: Mrs.
j M. Long, Mrs. Rufus Silciv Mrs,
I P Dicus, Mrs- Lenoir Gwyn. Mrs.
R R Campbell: Mrs.; Paul Walker,
Mrs L. N- Davis, Mrs. Thoma- M-
Seawell. Mrs. T. L. BlalrcK,
Alice Quinlan and Miss , Len 1
RUMMAGE SALE TO BE
HELD BY BAPTIST FRIDAY
the ladies of .. the Baptist Church
will have a rummage sale Friday and
Saturday of this week in the blue
front buildinK next to McCracken's.
Clothing Store. New and used cloth
ing, hardware, gf'oei'rie afid produce
will be f ir sale.
Cakes, pies, salads, cider and coffee
will be sold in any quantity on both
days. Surprise packages of new
merchandise donated by Waynesville
Merchants will be auctioned to the
highest bidder Saturday at, 8 p;. m. :