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irnnDAy, December si, 1931..
THE WAYNESVILLE MOU N7A1NEEB
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
, Mr. A. L. Hull of Canton was a
risitor in town Tuesday-
Mr- R. Winfield of Canton was
ock j Mr. W. F. Hipps of Sunburst spent
ins: rbursday in town.
yo , Mr. Erastus Rogers of Fines Creek
.. here Friday.
Mr. Charles Medford of Iron Duff
raa in town Thursday.
' : Mr. J, H. Gosseett of Clyde was
Ij ;t Mr. Jesse Y. Noland was here from
; w eicestef on Monday- .
Mrs. J. M. Daris of Crabtree spent
ueadsy in Waynes vitle shopping.
ise ? Mr., Glenn Brown was among the
sitors from Canton last week,
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t'-:;; Mrs. Sallie Ferguson of Bellwood
'dd tent Wednesday in twn shoppinv.
. Miss Una Plott of Old Fort ig the
test of relatives in Waynesville.
Mrs- F. 'A. Justice of Crabtree was
'" opping in Waynesville Thursday
w ' Mr, Bob Finley of Asheillo was a
.' ioo jitor in Waynesville Saturday.
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oth--Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell were
at y sts at a dance on Christmas night.
Among" the visitors in town Thurs
y was Mr. W. T. Bryson of Iron
't : ...
Il Mr. T. H- Haynes, cashier of the
A s nk oi Clyde, was in Waynesville on
iei sin68 Saturday.
ap;. v ! ? . m
i! A Miss Pearl Justice of Crabtree
t Oi-..mt 'Saturday shopping in Waynes-
lei ' '
Dr. and Mrs.
O. T. Alexander left I Mrs. J. B. Henry spent Sunday in
Monday for a week's visit to rela- j Greenville, South Carolina.
live in narioiie.
Rogers was among the
town from Crabtree
tfn M; B.
a , itorssin ''
IS, :h4r. Davis Rogers of Crabtree was
ifttng , the : visitors in town from
.... , tbtree Monday,
f a ,trs;' Charles Westmoreland and her
,r wre'f '' Mrs. Haliburton, of Canton
that visitors in town Tuesday.
:a'. In R.' R. Ferguson and Albert
tares Bobb'y Ferguson were in Way
Me Wile Wednesday from ' Crabtree.
ten k )'r
t nto(5f; jlrg'.'.W. C. Russ spent
A. istmas with relatives in Hender
v:;.,; .. . .
Jiss laabelle Ferguson has had as
rTguest for the past week Miss Edna
genthaier of High Point.
Mr, John White Welch ef Athens,
Georgia was the guests of his cousin,
Mrs. J. H. Way, on Wednesday.
Miss Fannie Pearl Felmet return
ed to Cullowhee Tuesday to resume
her studies at the Western Carolina
Mr. Watrd Kirkpatrick spent
Christmas with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Kirkpatrick, at their home
in Kents Store, Virginia.
Messrs. T. N. Massie and Lebo
Massie of Asheville spent Christmas
with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T.
Miss Lucy Jones and Miss F.dna
Jons of Lake Junaluska motored to
St. Petersburg, Fla- last week where
they will be the guests of friends.
Miss Virginia Davis, who has been
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J.M
Bell, left Sunday for her home in
Dr. and Mrs. S. P.Gay had as their
guests last week-end Dr. Ralph
Aiken and Mr. Robert Franklin of
Mrs, Lenoir Liner Alley spent a
few days last week afc the guest of
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. V. ft.
Irs. Delia Holcor.be of Jonathan
it SatundMy in Waynesville
x. J. A. Hartness, Secretary of
't, and Mrs- Hartness were guests
he LeFaine Hotel on Sunday.
r. and Mrs. C A. Haynes have
heir guests at their home on Love
e Mrs. E. .1. Cox, Ernest Cox
Billy Cox of Elizabethtor, Tenn.
iss Fannie Johnson returned to
iigh ' Sunday after visiting her
ints, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E.
i9on,-for a few days-
ir. an Mrs. Jimmie Lee a"d
H daughter, Betsy, spent Christ
arith 'Mrs. Lee's mother, Mrs- E.
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ass Margaret Ashton left Tues
for Carolina Teachers College at
fowhee after spending the holi
;": s at home.
r. and- Mrs. O. T. Alexander had
their guests during the holidays
and Mrs. Albert Moffitt of Char-
ir. and Mrs, Charles Badgett, Jr.
young son left Friday for Rich
d, West Virginia where they will
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlei
gett, Sri for a few days.
It. and Mrs- Hallett Ward, who
been yisiting the latter's par
I, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hipps,
f irned to their home in Richwood,
g it Virginia Monday.
a ' .
'ir. and ' Mrs. C. M.Newton and
' Small son of Narrows, Virginia
guesta over the holidays of Dr.
rton'a. patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M
Svton. -. ;
Miss Alice Stringfield has had as
her guest during the holidays Miss
Eleanor Reims of Ramseur, North
Miss Margaret Burgin returned to
Cullowhee Tuesday to resume her
studies at the Western Carolina
Miss Marietta Welch had as her
guests this week Misses "Boots
Martin and Betty Valentine, students
Mr. William Sloan, who is .a stu
dent in the Vanderbilt .Medical
School, is returning to Nanhville to
day after a week's visit to his father,
Mr. Hugh Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doggett of
High Point were guests of Mr and
Mrs. Woodson Jones during the hol
idays. Mrs. Doggett is the former
Miss Nannie Tate and is a sister of
Mr- and Mrs. R. N. Barber had as
their gTiest for several days this week
Mrs. D. C. Sinclair of Wilmington.
Mrs. Sinclair left Wednesday ac
companied by Miss Mary Barber, who
will visit her in Wilmington for a
Mr. T. Lenoir Gwyn, who has been
in the hospital in Asheville for sev
eral weeks following an operation,
returned to his home Sunday. We are
pleased to report thift Mr. Gwyn
is much improved and is able to be
up part of the time.
Pf)M M U.S1 rjT CL UD
The January meeting of the Com
munity Club will bo held on Monday
afternoon, January 4, at 3 o'clock at
the club rooms. Mrs. J. AI. Lone
wm nave tne paper of the month on
UNominating Systems." Current
Events will be reviewed by Mrs. J. p.
Licus and a vocal solo will be given
by Miss Ida Jean Brown. Hostesses
for the afternoon will be Mrs. Harry
Rotha, Mrs- Ira Thackston, and Mrs.
Thomas M. Seaweil.
MISS KILLIAS HONORED
AT BRIDGE LUNCHEON
One of the most delightful affairs
of the holiday season was the bridge
luncheon on Wednesday, given by
Miss Nancy Killiah, in honor of her
niece, Miss Ellen Louise Killian, who
is at home from Peace Institute.
The home was beautifully decorated
for the occasion with Chritmas greens.
Luncheon was served , at cuxd tables
which were graced with holly: an(j
mistletoe in silver holders.
Guests for : the afternoon were:
Miss Killian, Miss Heeter A?.n
Withers and her guest, Miss Eliza
beth Macon of Asheville,' Miss Mary
Emm-s Massie, Miss Edna Garrett,
Miss Elizabeth Garrett, Miss Tillie
Rotha, Miss Louise Frye Miss Lodise
Moody, Miss Babbie Way, Miss Jewel
Hipps, Miss Marietta Welch, Miss
Martha Neal, and Miss Louisa Thackston.-
: . '. ,
Miss Elizabeth Henry had as her
guest last week-end. Miss Edith
Byrd of HendersonviHe.
Miss Lois Briggs of Washington,
D. C. spent the holidays visiting her
mother, Mrs. G. C. Briggs.
Mrs. Charles Shell, Miss Martha
Mock and Mr. Charles Shell, Jr.
motored to Charlotte Tuesday.
Miss Elizabeth Macon of Asheville
is the guest of Miss Hester Ann
Withers this week-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rotha and
Miss Louise Rotha were Asheville
visitors on Tuesday.
. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Shell and
Charles Shell, Jr. arrived Sunday
and will be at their apartment in the
Clevewill Apartments lor a lew
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Newton have
as their guest during the holidays
their son, Mr. C- M. Newton, who is
on the faculty of the High School in
Fairmont, West Virginia.
Misses Edwina and .lanon Mc
Dowell arrived last week Mom N. C. C.
W. in Greensboro to spend the holi
days with their parents, Dr. and
Mrs. (Y II. McDowell.
Mr. Chick Lee returned to Macon,
Georgia Sunday after spending a
few days with his parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W- T. Lee. Mr. Leo had as his
guest during his visit at home, Mr.
Bob McGee of Macon.
Mr. Hoyt UoVington, who spent a
few days last week with his mother,
Mrs. R. O. Covington, in Asheville,
was the guest of friends in Waynes
ville Christmas Day. Mr. Covington
hi.: a position in Louisville, Kentucky.
Mr- and Mrs, R. L. Hoke of Wil
mington arrived" Friday for a visit
to relatives in Waynesville. Mrs.
Hoke is a sister of Dr. W. L, Kirk
patrick and Mr. Cleveland Kirk
Mr. Thomas Hill arrived last week
from New York City to spend the
holidays with his mother, Mrs.
Charles R- Thomas, and his children,
Patsy, Thomas and Katherine Hill.
Miss Elizabeth Rogers, who is on
the faculty of the Gastonia schools,
is spending the holidays with her
mother at her home on Crabtree. Miss
Rogers was in Waynesvillo Monday,
Mrs,. Adora Reync, Mr. J. D.
Holtzclaw aid daughters, Misses
Adora and Josephine Holtzclaw, ar
rived Sunday from Richmond, Vir
ginia for a visit to Mrs. Holtzclaw
and relatives .in Waynesville- Mr.
Holtzclaw returned to Richmond
Monday and Miss Adora Holtzclaw
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Francis I
Miss Mary Kirkpatrick spent the
week-end as the guest of Mrs. R.
U. Covington in Asheville. Satur
day evening Miss Kirkpatrick was
guest of honor at a dinner before
attending the dance at Biltmore
Forest Country Club.
I'LOTT BALSAM MOUNTAIN
IS COVERED WITH SNOW
Monday morning citizens of Way
nesville witnesses! the first snow of
the season in this vicinity- The
top of Plott Baisam Mountain was
covered with a white blanket. In
stead of snow falling in Waynes
ville it turned into rain.
Wind blowing from the direction
of the mountain during the last two
days revealed the fact that the snow
was still there.
MR. BOB ALLEY
HON OKS GUEST
Mr. Bob Alley was host at a charm
ing party on last Friday evening at
his home on Boyd Avenue, honoring
his guest, Miss Virginia Bennett of
1'itUburg, Pennsylvania, who is a
student at Duke University,
The rooms where bridge was played
were attractively decorated in Christ
mat" greens. After siveral interest
ing r progressions Miss Margaret
Hyatt rvceived the high score prize
for the ladies and Mr. Sami Bushncll
was presented a gift tor the high
score among the gentlemen.
A salad course which carried out
the red and green color scheme was
served as the concluding feature of
the evening's entertainment.
The guests included: Miss Bennett,
Mr. and Mrs- Williaim Hannah, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Francis, Miss Martha
Mock, Miss Margaret Hyatt, Miss
Babbie Way, Miss Josephine Cabe,
Miss Jewel Hipps, Miss Rosalyn Ray,
Mr. Ben Atkins, Mr. Milas Ferguson,
Mr. Sloan Murray, Mr. Fred Craw
ford, Mr, Johnnie Johnson, Mr. Juno
Smathers, and Mr. Sam Bushnell.
MA RRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses have been issued
recently to the following:
Dec. 18. Thomas Davis and Theo
Dayton, both of Haywood county.
Dec. 21 Randolph Davis and Pau
line Messer, both of Haywood county.
Dec. 21. Jatk Buckner of Green
ville, Tennessee and Bertha Mae
flyatte of Candler.
Dw. 21 Carroll J. Morrow and
Fineher, both of
L ike Junaluska.
Dec 21. E. Glenn Trull and
t'e McGee, both of Canton.
Dev. 23. G. F. Jones and
Shuffler, both of Ivy Hill.
Dev. 23. Charles Grasty and Marie
Smith, both of Cruso.
Dec. 23 Lanie Hall and Ethel P.
Rogers, both of Canton.
Dec. 25. Raleigh Dillard, colored,
of Oxford and Zora Kemp, colored,
l'ec. 26. Lawrence Underwood and
Edna Phillips, both of Haywood
Dec- 26. Clifford Holland of Frank
lin and Lula Bell Reece of East Fork.
Dec. 27. Ernest Rogers and Lucy
Clark, both of Cruso.
Pec. 28. Andy Johnson and Mac
Robinson, bith of Canton.
Dec. 28. Robert Hoyle Stamper and
Dorothy Chapin Stevenson, both of
A B. Y. P- U. has been organized at
the Cove Creek Baptist church.
Miss Maye Davis will return Tues
day to Western Carolina Teachers
College after spending the Christmas
holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. John Morrow of
Enka spent Christmas day with par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C.Morrow.
Miss Pauline Messer, daughter of
J O. Messer, was married to Mr.
Randolph Davis, Wednesday, De
cember 23, 1931.
Miss Maye Davis, Miss Maye Burr
Morrow and others were Asheville
A paying Proposition
"How much do I pay for a marriage
"Five dollars down and your entire
salary each week for the rest of yoflr 1
v Ttv inn M i
To be thinking of your welfare,
in 1932. Sincerely we hope
you and those nearest you
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