; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1931
THE WANESVJLLE MOUNTAINEER
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Mr, Charles B. McCrary of Fines,
Creek was here Monday. I
Mr. W. F. Hipps of Cruso attend-
: ed court in Waynesville Monday
. Mr. W. L. Bradshaw of Crabtre.'
-spent Monday in town.
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Mr. C. T. Noland was here from
Mr. D, C. McRae, attorney, from
High Point, is attending court, in
Wajnesville this week-
Mr; J. B. James of Crabtree at-
tended court in Waynesville Monday.
Mrl Thomas Rogers of Fines Creek
wax here Monday.
Ms! Fred Medford,of Clyde spent
Monday in town.
Mr-, Charles B. McCracken of Fines
Creek spent Saturday in Waynesville.
Mr, Fred Hoglen of Crabtree was
also here Saturday.
Mr. Jerry Rogers of Clyde was
Mr. DeVoe Medford of Clyde was
i- s. n u
Mr. Furman N'oland of Fines, Creek
spent Monday in Waynesville.
Mr. W- (J. Ford of Clyde was here
Mr. Henry Brown of Iron Duff
spent Wednesday in town.
Mrs. Sail it' Green of Crabtree was
Mr, V. F. Towe of Canton spent
Saturday in the city. .'
j Dr. S. B. Medt'ord of Clyde at
i tended court in Waynesville Monday.
Mr. J. R, Terrell of Clyde was also
x town Monday- :
""Mr. W. C. Kirkpatrick and Mr. R.
-I Penland were among the visitors
irom Clyde Monday.
! Mr. June Smathers, who is attend
og Davidson College, spent the week-
jad with his parents.
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Mif;s Charlotte Hatcher spent the
Phanksgiving holidays at her home
n Dunn, North Carolina.
VMr. I). J- Noland, superintendent
the County Home, spent Saturday
. Messrs. John W. Shook and Don
tld Jones were among the visitors
p town from Clyde Saturday.
Leicester spent Saturday in Way
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? Messrs'. I). R. McCracken and
tlaude McCracken were visitors from
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I Mr, M. M. Kirkpatrick and Mr
nt B. Noland were among the visitors
om Fines Creek in Waynesville
f iMessrs. George H. Bramlett and
yat'o Ebbs of the Smoky Mountain
National Park Commission, were
dehors in Waynesville last week.
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Mr. C. A. Cogburn of Canton was
Imong the visitors in the city Thurs
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V Messrs- Charles C. Smathers and
y. II. Harris from Canton were here
Mr- George Osborne, of Freder
tkpburg, Virginia : spent several
Jays last .week visiting his niece,
Urs. E. T. Duckett, and friends in
Mrs. Thomas M. Seawell and
Daughter, Anne Seawell, spent
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Sea well's
mother, M rs. L. P. Williamson, and
fcistsr, Mrs- J. Holbrook Williams, in
Colombia, South Carolinia.
I Mr. Bob Hardin of Bloomington,
Indiana, arrived last week for a
jfJMt to his parents. Mr., andMrs. W
fc ..Hardin. Mr. Hardin will leave
Ibe latter part of this week for
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Mr. T. A. Clark of Canton was a
visitor here Thursday-
Mr. W. W. Haynes of Canton was
in town Friday.
Mrs. Hester Mease and Miss Mar
garet Dorsey were among the visitors
from Canton Friday.
Mr. T. T. Noland of Crabtreet was
here on business Friday.
Mr. J. J. Stoii'.- was at honio from
Chapel Hill for a few days this week.
Mr. Jack Phillips, who is a stu
dent at Georgia Tech, spent the week
end at home.
Mr. Milas .Ferguson attended the
Carolina-Virginia game in Chapel
Hill last Thursday.
Mrs. J. J Stone and children spent
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Stone's par
ents in Charlotte.
Miss Lois Harrold was tho guest of
her sist.'V, Mrs. Jimmie I.e; in Ashe-
yille several days last week.
Miss Louise Rotha returned to Sal
isbury Sunday after spending several
iays visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mis. II any r-tha.
Mr. Paul Frye spent the Thanks
Hiving holidays at his home in Albe
marle, North Carolina.
Miss Nancy Crockett, who is on the
faculty of the Waynesville Township
High School, spent the holidays at
hfr home in Franklin.
Mrs. Charles R. Thomas had as her
guests on Thanksgiving Dr. and Mrs.
II. H. Harrison of shi'vil! '.
Mrs. R O. Covington of Asheville
spent-Thanksgiving. a the guest of
Miss Nannette .'ones.
Mr. and Mrs- E. C, Moody had as
their guests several days last week,
Mrs. C. W. Allen and two children of
Mrs. R. H. Stretcher left Sunday
to visit her sister and brother, Mr.
and Mrs. Wiley Barnes, in Raleigh
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stretcher in
Mr. Aaron Prevost and Mr. Ben
Sloan attended the Carolina-Virginia
game in Chapel Hill Thanksgiving.
Mr. Harry McCracken and Mr.
Sam Bushnell returned to Chapel Hill
Sunday after spending the Thanks
giving holidays at home.
Mrs. George Ward of Asheville was
a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs- R.
Miss Margaret Ashton spent the
week-end at home from Western Car
olina College in Cullowhee.
Misses, Edna and Elizabeth Garrett
returned to Greensboro College Sun
day after spending the Thanksgiv
ing holidays with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Noble Garrett.
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?'Iin M u ietta Welch has as her
guests last week-end Mirses "Boots"
Martin and Betty Baicntine of Ral
eigh, who are students at th. West
ern Carolina Teachers College in
' Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Smith, Miss
P.ernice McElhannon, Miss Ida Jean
Brown, and Miss Iris Chaffin spent
Thanksgiving in Atlanta, Georgia as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W D. Shack
leford. O O
Miss Mary Stringfield ?pent the
Thanksgiving holidays in Chapel Hill
and Salisbury. In Salisbury Miss
Stringfield attended the wedding of
her school friend, Miss Christine
Mr. Whitener Prevost and Mr.
Jimmie Neal drove to Chapel Hill
Wednesday to attend ' the' Carolina
Virginia game Thanksgiving. Mrs. S.
T. Neal accompanied them as far as
Winston-Salem where she visited
her son, Mr. Charles Neal and her
daughter, Miss Martha Neal, who
is pt Salem College.
Miss Edna McCracken, , who is a
student at Weaver College, spent
Thanksgiving at her home at Crabtree-
She had as her guests Adeline
Teague, Beth Honeycutt, Ruth Al
exander, Mildred McCracken, Mack
Bennett, and Wood row Hague, also
students from Weaver College.
Mr. Jarvis Caldwell of Big Cat
i aioochee spent Tuesday in town.
Mr. A. K. Russell of Canton was a
visitor in Waynesville Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Gay were Ashe
ville visitors Saturday.
Mr. Gordon Cagle of Little Cata-
loochee was a Visitor here Tuesday.
Mr. C- T. Ferguon of Clyde was
in town last week.
Mr. Homer V. Cagle of Canton
attended court in Waynesville Mon
day. Mr. D. J. Kerr was among the vis
itorsc in town from Canton Monday.
Mr, Carroll McCracken from Can
ton was here Monday-
Mr. S. H. Justice was in Waynes-,
vlle on business Monday.
-Mr. J. H. Gossett of Clyde, wa
Mr. F. H. Justice was among the
visitors from Crabtree in Waynes
ville this week.
Mr. .1. F. Justice of1 Cecil, was here
Mrs. T. B. Singleton of Canton
spent Monday in town.
Mr C. B. Jones of Clyde was here
Mr. Charles Allison of Jonathan
spent Monday in Waynesville.
Among the visitors from Canton in
town Monday were Messrs. S. M.
Rohim-on. 1. H. Harris and T. A.
Mr, R, B, Howell of Jonathan spent
Tuesday in Wajnesville.
Mr. W. S. Snyder was here from
Rev. R. G McClamrock of Crab
tree was here this week.
Mr. W. N, Roberts of Greenville.'
Tennessee spent Tuesday in Way
nesville. Mr. G. C. Palmer of Cr btree was
a visitor in the city Tuesday.
Among Tuesdays visitors in town
was Mr. N. Freel of Canton:
Mr. J. N. Mease of Cantoii attend
ed. Court in Waynesville Tuesday.
Mr. Jarvis II. Palmer of Cataloo
chee spent Tuesday in town on business-
Roa . T. P.Mel ra -l
if Civile was
Mr. G. C. Clark of White Oak
made a business trip to". Waynesville
.Mr'. Glenn Boyd of .Jonathan war
Mr C. W. Moody : was in town
Miss Thelma Osborne of Knoxville,
Tennessee, spent, Sunday with her
grandmother, Mrs. R. H. Plott, of
Mr. T. N. Massie and Mr. Lebo
Massie left Sunday for a week's
busines trip to Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Curtis and chil
dren spent Thanksgiving w-ith rela
tives in Young Harris, Georgia.
Mrs. John Turbyfill and young
daughter were guests of Mrs. William
NeL-for. in Asheville last week.
Miss Eva Leather-wood attended the
Carolina-Virginia , game in Chapel
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Osborne of
Knoxville, Tenn. were guests of the
LeFaine Hotel Monday.
I.t. Edwin Ferguson of the L'nited
State Marine Corps arrived for a
week's visit to his mother, Mrs- J. W
Ferguson, en route to Honolulu from
Quantico, Virginia where he has been
stationed for the past several months.
Mrs. Awa Mingus of Spartanburg,
South Carolina and Mrs. M. C. Clark
of Parkersburg, West Virginia spent
Thanksgiving with their uncle and
aunt, Mr- and Mrs. D. M. Killian.
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Mr. Earl Ferguson of Dellwood
spent Thursday in town.
Mr. Jean Sutton of White Oak was
here on buriness last week.
Mr. J P. Beam spent the ho'idays
' '. i'.ts hoiv.e in Gaffney. South Caro
lina. Miss Janie Reeves spent the week
end visiting friends in Salisbury.
Miss Jane Brown. pen: the week
end at home from Cruso.
Mr. Frank Mehaffey of Maggie was
a visitor in Waynesville last wevk.
Mr. Norvall Rogers was here from
Mr. Anion J Boston of Cruso was
hereon businesh Monday.
Mr. K. B. Rickman of Bethel spent
Saturday in Waynesville.
Miss Krma Patterson spent the
week-end at home from Cruso.
'Mr. B. D. Runn made a business
trip to Burlington last week.
'Mr. r nd Mrs. S K. Connatzer
spent the Thanksgiving holidays vis
iting in Sevierville, Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. C V. Teague of
Prentiss. X.C., attended the District
Stewards meeting in Wavnesville
Rev and Mrs. .1. S. I.oekaby of
Marion spent Friday with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Jaincs S. Goode at
tended a buffet simper given by Miss
Sadie' Lou Southerland and Miss
Mary Kidoe and a dance at the Coun
try Club in Sylva Friday evening.'
Mr. and Mis. Felix Stovall were
guest - of M rs. Stovall': jiarents, Mr.
uvi Mis .1. K. Whiteside, in Ashe
Judge T. L. Johns.n of Asheville
i' at'ending court in Waynesville
.'..Mr. A. B. Combs, State Inspector
of High Sehools, was in Waynesville
Mrs. W. C. Russ is spending some
time visiting relatives in Heniler
sonville. Miss Mary Emma Massie returned
to GreensVxiro College Sunday after
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T, N. Massie.
Mr and Mrs. J. B. Ross of Forest
City are guests of the LeFaine Hotel.
Mr. Ross is one of the contractors for
the Champion Fibre Company da in at
Mr-. C M. Dicus and children,
Mark and Martha, .-pent Thanks
giving with Mrs. Dicus' parents in
Tryon, N. C.
Mr :;'!! Prevost, formerly presi
dent of the Union Furniture Compa
ny of Pulaski, Virginia, arrive!
Srii.lay ami will be connected with'
the Unatrusta Manufacturing Com
pany of Hazelwo'xl :'n the future.
Mr. George Rotha, who is attending
-State College in Raleigh, .spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rotha. Mr.
Rotha had as his guest Mr. Pete Pat
ton of Morganton, also a student at
Mrs. R, E. Wood and duughtcr,
Mary,- of Elizabethton, Tenn., spent
the week end with Mrs. Wood's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John NV Shool
Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Sutton an
nounce the birth of a son, William
Mitchell, oil Sunday, November 2"J,
P. T. A TO HOLD MEET
The Central Elementry Parent
Teachers' Association will hold its
regular monthly meeting on Tuesday,
December 8, at 7:30 p. m, at the
Central Elementary school bujlding.
COM M US' I TV CLUB
The regular monthly meeting of
the Community Club will be held on
Monday, December 7, at 3:30 o'clock
at the. club rooms. Hostesses for
the afternoon will be Mrs. R. L.
Coin, Mrs. Rufus Siler, Mrs- j. J.
Stonej and Mrs. J. P. Dicus. Mrs.
W. B. Matthews will have the paper
on "Law Observance," and Mrs. R.
L- Prevost will review the Current
HOS ORKP .V CAS TOS
Miss Myrtle Allen of Canton was
hostess at a dinner at her home Sat
t;i :ay evening, November 28. hon
i ring Miss Elizabeth Garrett
Waynesville, who was at home fu;
the Thanksgiving holidays.
COM MIX I TY SERVICE
A Community Service will be hela
at the Episcopal church at 12 o'clock.
midnight, on Christmas Eve Re R.
P. Walker of the Presbyterian
church will deliever the sermon.
Dr. Ralph E. Nollner returned to
Lake Junaluska Sunday night after
attending the Virginia Methodist
Conference last week. He reports a
THA XESC IYI XC, D1X XER
Vi. and Mrs. T L. Gwyn, Dr. and
Mis. J. Rufus McCracken, Mrs. R.
O. Covington. Miss Nannette Jones.
Mr, 'Hugh J. Sloan and Mr Wallace
Blackwell had their annual Thanks
giving dinner last Thursday even n;'
it the home of Dr. and Mrs. Mc
HOT 1A XCHES SERVED
AT HAZEIAYOOP SCHOOL
Mrs. K. J. Hyatt, who operates the
tafetetia in the school at Hazelwood,
report:', that she is now serving hot
lunches to the students of the school
for fivt. cents per meal. Several of
the teachers and students are taking
advantage of this offer and finding
that a hot Umch at noon is more ben
eficial than cold snacks.
MUSIC CLUU TO
The regulur meeting of the Music
Club, which was postponed last Sat
urday, will be held next Saturday,
December !, at the Community Club
rooms, at ," o'clock. Miss Mildred
Crawford, Miss Sue Willard l.indsley
and Mrs Lucile Foy will ho. hostesses
and Miss Virginia Welch will be load
er of the program on "Women Com
U. 1). C. TO MEET
The December meeting of the Unit
ed Daughters of the Confederacy will
be held Friday afternoon, December
4, at o'clock at the LeFaine Hotel.
j Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick and Miss Ro-
bina Miller will be joint hostesses.
Mr.', George Plott will have the paper
of the month on "Mississippi."
MOUSTA IXEER OFFICE
Mists" Hester Owen, of Wayn.'sville
route 2. was a visitor to The Moun
taineer this w-'i'lv. Miss Owen
"dropped i '' to .y her subscription
j and was shown how the paper wa
i printed. The ' Mount'' :ii'.'iM.- invites
any of the reader-; to stop at an;,
time to see the nroce;--of printing
" ti: w paper.
DORCAS HEI.l, LOVE
CHAPTER IK A I.'
Mrs. K. J. II ya' will be h i h- ; t .
the Dorcas Bell Live Cd iptvr of ttv
Daughters of the America ! Revolu
tion at her homeW -One-i.i iy efler
nixm, Dfcemlier 10, at which time a
-hower for Cros .reir- School 'will' be
held, Eveiy number s rp".'d to
bring some, article for this purpose.
PRESI1YTERI A V CIRCLES
The Circles of the Presbyterian
church will meet next week as fol
Circle No. 1, Tuesday, December S,
at " o'clock, with Mrs. R. L Pre
vost. Mrs.' Frank Battle, leader.
Circle No: 2. Tuesday, December S.
at ." o'clock , with Mrs. L, S White,
Mrs. M. F. Albright, leader.
Circle No. 3, Tuesday, December A,
at 3 o'clock, with Mrs. Akers-
Circle No. 5, Monday, December, 7,
at 4 o'clock, with Miss Frances R'.c
Miss Tillie Rotha, leader.
Circle No. d, Tuesday, December
at 6:30 o'clock, with Miss SueW:l
lard Lindsley. Miss Nancy ; Killia i,
P. T. A. COUXCIL ;
The P. T. A. Council, composed of
the executive committees of the East
Waynesville, Central Elementary,
Hazelwood, and Lake Junaluska Parent-Teachers'
Associations, met at
the Central School on Tuesday even
ing, November 24-
Mrs. Theodore McCracken, presi
dent, outlined the duties and prive
leges of the council. A study course
was planned, to be conducted by Mrs.
B. D. Bunn, beginning on Monday
afternoon, December 14, at four
o'clock. All parents, teachers, or
others interested are requested to at
tend at that time.
ll.EGIOX AUXILIARY HAS
IMEE TIXG IX ASHEVILLE
Representatives or, seven units
from rive counties attended the meet
ing of the 18th District of the North
Carolina Depar aent of the American
Legion Auxiliary, held in Asheville
last Friday, November 27, in the
Auxiliary room of the court house.
Mrs. Hugh W. Perry of Louisburg,
president of the State Department,
was gruest of honor and principal
speaker. In her actress, Mrs. Perry
stressed rehabilitation and child
welfare work, hospital.-, and educa
tion for orphans of soldiers. She out
lined plans for the state auxiliary for
the coming year.
The feature of the meeting wan
a luncheon ot the Junior League Tav
ern on Wall street. A visit to Oteen
by Mrs. Perry and other represen
tatives of the auxiliary was included
on the afternoon's program.
Much work has beer accomplished
by the auxiliary units during the past
year w:th emphasis placed on wel
fare work, it was revealed in reports-
Those reporting included Mrs.
E. B. Camp, president of Waynes
ville Unit; Mrs. W. N. Freel, presi
dent of Canton; Mrs. Harry Boni-
berger, president of Oteen; Miss
Ixiuise Reinhardt, Black Mountain;
and Mrs. Joseph Bradbury, first vice-
president of the Kiflin Rockwell unit
for Asheville. Other units of the
ISth District are located at Marion
Repersentatives from the Waynes
ville unit who attended the meeting
were: Mrs. K. H (amp, Mrs. Guy
Massie. .Mrs. J. F. Abel, Mrs. Roy
Campbell, Mrs. Hardin Howell, Mrs
F. W. Swift, Mrs. George Coble, Mis
Nancy Killian, Mrs M. C, Greea, and
Mrs. I. J. Brown.
A ' group of hunters ''celebrated' a
successful se; ..on with a venison and
opossum supper at the LeFaine
Hotel Tuesday evening. Following
the supper seveial, tables 'of set-back
wore at. play until a late hour.
Thi.se in the party were: J. M
Long, T. T. Wyche, W. A. Bradley,
W. 1.. Hardin. O. H. Shelton, J. H.
Howell, L M. Killian, Ben Colkitt,
Gerald Colkitt, W. L. Lainpkin, L. K.
(Jieen, (). R. Martin, C. F. Kirkpat
rick, D. D. Perry, .'Bonner Ray. Wil
fred Ray, J. tv.'Crouser. G.C. Plott,
R. F. Nollner, '"and Dr. J; R. Mc
Cracken, Dr. J. F. Abel, Dr. O. T-
I Alev;n,dor, and Dr. N. M. Medford.
Mrs J. W. Shackford and daugh
t"rs, Margaret and Elizabeth, left this
week to join Dr. Shackford in Char
MRS, I.AI IUSTOS' HAk'DlX
Mrs. I.auiistoii Hardin was hos
tess at a charming dinner party
Tues lay '.evening, honoring : her
l mother, .Mis. W. L. Hardin, who
leaves tlu week with Mr. -Hardin' to
.ijielid the winter in Washing. on.
The Christmas color motif
attractively carried out. in the diir. 'r
apiKiiiit.iiients. Red . cai iuij'.ions and
ferris formed, the center of the tab!"
and gbnving rex! tapers furn'sie.l a
soft light. .
('overs were laid for Mrs, .lardm,
Mrs. Charles Thomas, Mrs. Jaws
Thomas, Mrs. W. C. Allen, an I M t ..
R. Q. McCracken.
Following the dinner Mrs : Hardin
entertained hef. guests with ;. thea
tre party. ...
In addition to our regular line y
of novelties of Wads, jewelery, '3
etc., we have added new goods ;
for the Christinas trade. k
Linen Handkerchiefs 10c. to $1 .j
Ladies' silk scarfs and hose,
Florentine leather Goods.
Cloisonne Smoking Sets '.
Pecan Nuts in Christmas Boxes.
Our usual ine of Christmas
Cards at Reasonable
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Aiken Gift Shop