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HTJRSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1931.
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
in, J. P. Francis was an Ashe- Mr
e-Yisitor Tuesday. A. Smith
It. .and Mrs J. M. Mock spent
aday in Asheville on business.
Ir. flilliard Ross of Crabtrc spent
le time in Waynesville Saturday.
m' -a i : :
ami Mrs. J- T. Bridges, Mrs. J.
and Matter Billie Havnes
pent Friday in Asheville. !
r. P. D. Deweese
of Canton was!
r. Riley Pless
was here from
Miss Virginia Osborne of Culpeper,
Virginia, i:: the guest of Miss Anne
Mr. W. H. Hudson of Shelby, who
lepresents the J. I. Hurst Company
ilait.nmre, was in Waynesville.
Mr. Lauriston Hardin returned
from a business trip to West Yirginh:
. nd Kentucky-
!r- D. H. Harris of Canton spent
e time in Wayneiville last week.
M. Fish of Clyde was here
jr.-' E. C. Brooks
!e this week.
Mr. J. W
Xola nd of
in town Sat-
Miss Nancy Crockett, Miss
was her.' f rom ' l'otte Hatcher anil Mr. Josh
j motored U Asheville Saturday.
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Long of Haze -
wood spent Sunday , with their niece,
Mrs. Jarrett, in Biltmore Forest.
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Miller of Asr.e
viile spent some time in Waynesvill I
last week. j
Mr. J. K. Swayngim is visiting his:
: 011, Joseph Swayngim in Newport
Nws, Virginia. i
1 .Mr. and Mrs. C. W. DeHart and
! young son. Billie, who have been visit-
r.j; .dr.:. JcHart s parents, Mr- and
Mis. E. T. Duckett, have returned
th ir home in Bryson City. Mr. and
Mr.-. Delia--, were here to .-.trend the
Osho-.ne Reunion in Clvde Sunday.
TUos: froin Wayn.;rvillo attendm"
the Osborne F.tmily Reunion at Clyde.
Stiu lay. together with their children
were: Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mc
Cruken. Mr and E. T. Duckett. Dr.
ami Mrs. W. I.. Kirkpatrick. Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Haynes. and Mr. and
it.-. Glenn Leatherwood.
Miss Kleanor OarriMv.i, who h.is r
position with the Champion Fibr
Company in Cantcn, was tin gues: .'
Miss Wiida Crawford last Wo.'ned.v.
! birth of a
dorse n i
-Mr;. Alfred H. Anderson
Arkansas, announce the
MR. AXD MRS. BLACK TO j
CELEBRATE GOLPEX HEDDXcl
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Black will cele- '
biate their golden wedding anniver
sary Saturday afternoon with an in- ,
formal ieception at their home on ,
the Pigeon Road. j
Among the children ami grand-
I children of Mr. and Mr. ni;.,-L- ..-!, I
will be here for the event are: Mr. j
and Mrs. Jake Newell of Charlotte I
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rourk at
Kllonbero, Mr. and Mrs. William Black
of Charlotte, Miss Pa ill me- Black ot
Traveler's Rest. South Carolina. Mr
and Mrs. T. A. Snyder, and Messrs
Tom, Jack and Temple Snyder, .Ir
O M FORT
, L. Hall of Canton spent some
in. town on business last week.
r. J. F. Justice of Cecil was
nesvillc on business Monday.
r- George H,
was a visitor
Bramlett of Ashe
in town last week.
r. H. Arthur Osborne of Canton
was here from
C A. Cogburn of Canton spent
Mrs. Alvin Ward, Mi's.' Francis
Massie, and Miss Dorothy Lane were
Asheville visitors on Wednesday
Misses Janie and Julia Tucker will
leave Wednesday for Lincolnton to
pond Thanksgiving with their parents.
Mr, and Mrs. I). M. Killian, Jr.
spent the week-end with Mr. Killian's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Killian.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Massie and
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reece motuied
to Pisgah Sunday.
. ., T Lee. Chairman of the
Corporation Commission, spent
v eek with his fr.miiv in Wav-
:he guest of
her ho in i
Patton of A;
a ! ti'.oooii.
- the former Mi.,
: -- of t In
Sat ui day
Sorrells of Canton was
. Woodson Jones left Monday for
sin ess trip to Greenville, S. C.
. and Mrs. S. E. Connatser spent
reek-end as guests of Mrs. Sam
s Jane Brown of Cruso spent the
end as the guest of her brother,
leorge A. Brown.
and Mrs. Walter Ferguson
ed to Asheville Sunday,
a Erma Patterson was at home
Cruso this week-end.
i. John Hipps spent Sunday in
Davis from Fines Creek
C. C. Hanson from Bethel was
tor in town last week.
Mr. John Allison of Jonathan's
Creek was a visitor in Wavnesvillo
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Latham and
children, James and Betty, have re
turned n-ome alter a trip of ten days
Misses Janie and Julia Tucker, Miss
Eula Patterson and Mrs. Craden Fer-1
guson spent Saturday in Asheville
shopping. . .
Mr.s. Lauriston -Hardin spent the
week-end in Hendersoiiville, as the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. E. Lancaster.
J. A. Singleton of Bethel
Hugh Rogers from Crabtree
Saturday in Waynesville.
Julius Boyd of Jonathan spent
ay in town. ,
C Jones of Fines Creek was
tjf visitors in town Monday.
UV. McElroy from Fines Creek
njr -the visitors from ' Fines
Mondy was Mr, Homer Rogers.
W. F. Hipps of Sunburst spent
f in Waynesville.
v. - '.
and Mrs. R. R. Ferguson of
!e were among Monday's visi
i N Hensbn of Asheville was
on business Monday. ; ,
CSiarles C. Smathers was
the visitors in town from Can
ames Osborne spent the week
home from Cullowhee.
Margareatha Hahn spent Sat-
. " ' -
oe Welch attended the Caro
ke game iii Durham Saturday.
Misses Jioxie Nolaild and Helen
Creeii, members of the faculty of the
Fines Crock school, were in town
Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Latham and
children will spend Thanksgiving Day
with Mrs. Latham's parents at Green
ville, South Carolina.
Messrs. Bill Prevost. ' Joe Sloan.
Kenneth Stahl. Tommy Murray and
George McCracken attended the Car-oiina-Duke
game in Durham Saturday
Mr. Charles Shell was the guest of
'Mr. Milas Ferguson several days last
week. Mr- Shell was en route from
Atlanta to Lenoir.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bowles and
Mr. Carleton Weatherby went to Dur
ham last week-end to attend the Carolina-Duke
Mr. J. D. Holtzciaw from Richmond
Virginia will arrive this week to spend
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Holtzclaw at
their home on the Balsam Road.
M iss Edna Ferguson, who is on the
faculty at Spring Creek school,
spent the week-end at her home in
Waynesville. ' .
Mr. Geoi'ge Rotha will arrive Wed
nesday from: State College i n' Raleigh
to spend the Thanksgiving holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Harry
Miss Mary Stringtieid. Miss.Doro-,
thy Lane, Mr. Aaron Provost, and
Mr. Jimmie Neal attended ;h,. C;.r-I
olina-Duke game in Durhnm Satur-j
day. . j
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Stringliehl and!
sons, Sam, Jr., 'and William, spent the
week end in Durham and Chapel
Hill visiting Miss Martha Stringtieid
and Mr. Thomas Stringfield. They
also attended the Carolina-Duke game.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hardin will
leave next week to spend the winter
in Washington, D. C, where Mr. .Har
din 'will assume his duties as secretary
to Congress Zebulon Wenver.
Mr. L. S. White is attending the
meeting of the Standard OilColupany
employees-in Richmond, Virginia. Mr.
White is of three- representatives se
lected from the. Charlotte District,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rogers of West:
A;:hcville spent the week-end in uy
nesville as; the guests of Mrs. Rogers'
p. vmts. Mr. and Mrs. E, T. Duckett,'
ion: hiy ::;
will bo voi.i
'. ember 'JS. :it
Chib rooms, at II o'clock. The :
'- for the afternoon will be i
-ueille l-'oy. .Miss
be leader of the
s at li.e
t Mi;ses Mildred Crawl'or
III - .
lonusiey. :.) .u,.
'ngii;ia Wel.h will
program on "Won
K I., l'rovosi was h.
rfternoon a)t a
party at her homo
st ess S.-i
Mrs. D. W.
'Mi'is Chtrine Li
her parents, Mr.
Dickey, the formfr
e, was the gtirst ot
and Mrs. W. T. Let ,
Among those attending the Cnro-
liiia-Duke game in Durham Saturday
were Messrs. Frank Ferguson, Tom
Reeve:', and Paul Blackwell.
Mh..-er Martha and Mary Mock will
arrive Wednesday from Duke t'ni
versity to spend the Thanksgiving
with her parents, M r. and: Mrs. .1. M
Mock. : 1
, Mr. and Mrs. L, S; White and
daughters, Margaret and Mary Lie,!
have moved from their home on Wal-j
nut street to Mrs. Frank Welch's!
ter green decorated the living rooms
where the players were gathered.
A delightful salad course with
the color motif of orange and green
carried out in the appointments, was
served by the hostess.
Mrs. Caroline do Neergaard won
the high score prize and Mrs. C. M.
Dicus won low. Both were presented
with attractive playing cards.
Mrs. Trevost's guests were: Mrs,
Eugene Alley, Mrs. R. O. Covington,
Mrs. Gerald Colkitt. Mrs. Ben .l.
kitl, Mrs. ,1. P Dicis and her si'.;
Miss Gladys Barefoot, Mrs. W. R.
Fr:iiicis. Mrs. J. H. Howell, Mrs N.
M. Medford. Mrs. J. W S,.:iv.r M.
John Shoolbred, Miss Robina Miller,
Mrs R. H. Stretcher, Mrs, M. H.
Reeves, Mrs. I). I). Perry, M rs ('. F.
Kirkpatrick. Mrs. R. Ii
Campbell, Mrs. C. ('. White, Mrs
T. M. Seawell. Mrs. S. P. Gay, Mrs
J. R. Thonnis, Mrs. Caroline de Neer
gaard. Mrs. Kate Morris, anil Mrs C
Tea guests were Mrs.
Mrs. J. M. Long, nnd
1 Xl ( Uh-iSTlAX
j rXDEAVOL' MEET
-Man us Rose wi
j Annual Distiict
I Convent ion held
Nove.nber I'll, 2
; F' had chaige of (ho mu-ic of
j conver.tion. Miss l,is i.
a. an, aovisur, also attended ih
Sunday Night the Waynesville
Chi istian Endeavor Society had 'hargo
ot the moirrnm with w;. v.,,.
Crockett as lender. Misses Lois Her
rold. Sue Lindsley, Frances Rose and
Billie Rotha assisted Miss Crockett
with the program.
Bornuv McElhannon attended the
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Simth and Miss
Sunday night service.
. . . THROUGH CASTORIA'S
;.! I ov, ,
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e 1 1 ! y
N'OII kllllW, J'
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th-o.s:, P ,
l'alii.f. an. I
lIl.UCsl l .,
the n. line:
I l ines
! -. s in stomach
' 1. on waste.
.- i n i I );, I iv'sl
ie inos! be
lie-l the time
ialiv for babies
l "oo electable
' honuhs,' It
. ii. i iiarcniics.
; ' mothers
a l :!.'!;! Willi
; and fever.
Mi hand, with
CAS TO Rl A
SEE THE NEW
Martin Electric Company
cottage on Branner avenue.
Mrs- Sarah Smithson of .ChuimV
Cove visited her mother, Mrs. 7eb
Alley, ih the Kirkpatrick Apaitmoiits
last week-end. .
SA TTERTHW AIT
COLD EX UEDDIXC
The Atlanta. Journal of. Sunday.
November 22, carries jii i he Rod,
gravure Section pictures of sjiecial
inlere::t to friends in (his section di
Mr. and .Mrs. S. C. Satterthwait , wh,
celebrated their fiftieth wedding an
niversary in Atlanta on Niivember
The Journal gives an interesting
. Mrs. William .'.'Shoolbred spent last
week in Asheville as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. D'Arcy Williams. Mr.
and Mrs. Williams accompained Mrs.
Shoolbred home for the day Sunday. .
" . '.'
Dr. ; and Mrs. L- Kirkpatrick
and their daughter, Miss Mary Kirk
patrick, returned Friday from a sev
eral week's visit to relatives in North
Carolina and Virginia.
v P. Dotson of Lake Junaluska
hursday in Waynesvi'le.
fhitener Preyost arrived Sun
W Pulaski, Virginia.
W. L. Hall of Dell wood spent
f in Waynesville shopping,
ick Waasson of Asheville spent
. -f '.',;.
(John! Jones and daughter of
waluska spent Tuesday in
'.-. .:: . '." ''.'' .. -. I
Mr. Sam Bushnell, Jr. will arrive
Wednesday from : the University of
North Carolina to spend the Thanks
giving holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S- H. Bushnell.
Miss Louise Rotha will arrive Wed
nesday from Salisbury to spend
Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr.
a;nd Mrs. Harry Rqtha oh Pigeon
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gilliland an
nounce the birth of a son, Frank
LaRue Gilliland, Sunday, November
22.". - ' -
M .-. and Mr:-. !.'. D Perry , left Sun
day for Columbus, Georgia wher
they will visit M r. Perry's ... -tor, M rs.
A ndrcAv . .'Crawford: , Before return
ing home they will, also visit M r. and
Mrs. George Niles in ".Griffin. Georgia.
Mrs, H. G. Ferguson returned Fri
day from a several weeks' visit to her
on, Dr. C'harles Ferguson, in' Phila
delphia, Pennsylvania and. Mrs. Fred :
Boone Medford in Washington, I). ( '.. 'i
Mrs. hergusbn also visited relatives
in New York City- ! '"
Mr Jatr.es Guode spent the vvel;
i nd. in Knoxville, Tenn., as the gue-t.
of Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Padgett, Jr.
He returned Sunday accompanied by
Mrs. Goode, who has been: visiting
M'r. and Mrs. Badgett for the past
Making up a party to Durham
Saturday "to. attend , the Carolina
Luke ganie were Miss Opal Ferguson,
Misr, Jo Cabe, Miss Wilda Crawford
Mh'v Elanor . Garrison, Miss Mildred
r'-awford, Mr. James Comah, Mr.
Valtie Lawrence, and Mr, Walter
Miss Clara Lindfors returned Mon
t'ay from a two week's visit to Dr.
rnd Mrs. .0. J. Gongaware in Charles
ton.. South Carolina and to her broth
er, Mr. Frank Lindfors. in Columbia,
Miss Mary Emma Massie is ex
pected home from Greensboro College
Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiv
ing holidays with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. T. N. Massie.
i account ii the -entertainment iV(.n
I for them by their children. The first
was a breakfast at one-thirty o'chii-I;
at which the following children were
hosts: Mr. and Mrs. S c feo.,,.
i thwart, M r. and E, L. Withers, Mr
and Mrs. W. B. Haviland. and Mr
::nd Mrs: W C. Satterthwait. Cover:
vere laid for eighteen immediate
members of the Satterthwait family!
In the afternoon a tea followed and
iciMuiy, uie guest list in
eluded Atlanta friends made by Mr.
and Mrs. Satterthwait during their
five years winter stay in; Atlanta.
Mr. and' Mrs. Satterthwait have
lived in WaynerviKc for n.any ye: ;
and are greatly believed by a host of
fr; i.. i i '.' . : " ." . .
' ' " oi ie wnii regret tiiat thev ill
not, remain ir, town for the observance
of the happy occasion.
MRS. .. A'. r:Of)XE 1IOXOREI)
. . ,Mrs-; Hugh Massie comjdim ;rd )::.
mother, Mr::'. John' K. Boone, vvifh a
beautifully , appointed luncheon, in
celebration of her seventy-third birth
day anniversary. The guests were
seated a one large table which was
centered by the birthday cake with
its seventy-three tapers. At either
end of the board were arranged bowl.
of yellow chrysanthemums with the
color motif further accenuated in the
details of the service.
Thg honoree was the recipient of
many lovely gifts in token of the hap
py occasion. The guest list included:
Mrs. W. L. Kirkpatrick, Mrs, D. M.
Killian, Mrs, H. - G. West. Mite-
B. F. Smathers, Mrs. W. T.Lee, Mrs.
Rufus H. Blackwell, Mrs. T. N. Mas
sie, Mrs- C. A. Black, Mrs. Margaret
Hayes, Mrs. Timoyene Weaver, Mrs.
R. Q. McCracken, Mrs. P. L. TurbynTI,
artd three of the sisters of the honor
guest, who were in town for the af
fair, Mrs. E. C. Jones of Luden, Tenn-.
and the Misses Ann and Corie Kerr,
of Asheville. 1
er Grocery Department and
Dry Goods and Clothing Department
will be closed all day in observance
of Thanksgiving, Thursday, Novem
G. E. RAY'S SONS
and cause you expensive repairs. Nor is it
worth the Kouble it will cost you to have
to drain your car every time you stop. We
have y our favr rite brand of ANTIlRtfZC
Come around now and let us fill your ra
diator. Your busines will be highly ap
preciated and you will get the kind of
service that pleases you.
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