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ITHUBSDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1931.
Region to otvf
NEW YEAR'S EVE
r.in inursuay. 1 neir many friends are
Sinds Raised From Dance; wishing them happness, health and
vW;il K Ai:J Prosperity.
J. 1JU.U IU X 1 dill"
ing Boys in Band Here.
Mr. Carl Snyder and Miss Lillie
Haney were married in Asheville last
Tl . m. .
inursuay. lheir many friends are
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
C LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
;' PHONE 137
e-'The American Legion Post here
erive a benefit dunce on T")ivwn-
oi. in me armory on uepot street
' r th benefit of the Drum and Bugle
rs C. Belt's string bAid will furnish
tai:e music for the dance. At midnight
dancers will celebrate the
V!..!. . !
mag in ui me new year.
11 A small admission will be charged
r: the men, but all ladies will be
cjmitted free of charge.
;3t.The officials pointed out that this
ice is being given for a worthy j e
is and the public is cordiallv in- I 8
'v , , " ' i ,
w jHi vivtu in tile
,1.11. Gibson has f of the past sev-
Mr. Glenn Trull and Miss Myrtle
McGee, bo:h of Canton, were united
in holy wedlock in Clyde last Thurs
day afternoon. Dr. S. B. Medford of
ficiating. They are highly esteemed
y all who know them. ''
Mr. Grover C. Haynes, his son,
Sidney, and daughter, Bobbie, are
visiting relatives in Memphis, Tenn.
Mr, Sam Snyder, who was in an
automobile wreck a few davs rn
! is slowly improving and wilf soon be
on our streets a?ain if complications
do not develop.
Misses Lois Haynes. I.i
- - J ,
Bonnie Francis and Louise McCrack-
en, Mars Hill Collea-e student a.-,.
pending the holidays with their' par-
MfSlC ClA B HAS
i'ECEM HER MEETIXG
The Waynesville .Music Club met
for the IW-ember meeting in the Ccm
munity Club rooms, with Mrs. L. M.
Rieheson as hostess. The looms
were unusuallv attr.iptiv ;.i, u: ,
nun v Jli:M-
The meeting was opened by ;ii,g
ing "America The lieantif,,! t.,i :
imv.j ., (l , . ,, ' "t-orgia. sne is now a teacher of
A . hviiiuw ot
ed a supper. A dinner was given in
nonor of the couple Christmas Day
by th groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs Morrow is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Fineher of Lake
Junaluska. She received her educa
tion at Clyde High School, Mars Hill
College and Weslevnn C.ilW.. v i
lol- ; con, Georgia. She is now a teacher of
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brown had as
their guests during the holidays
Mrs. Browns sister, Mrs. Hugh Sloan,
end her son, Mr. Graham
; Black Mountain.
! Mr. R. K. Sentelle of Canton spent i
, Tuesday in Waynesville.
Mr. C. I!. ..Tonos of Clyde was here
j Mr- S' M- Vinson was a visitor
I from Canton on Tuesday.
1 years directed and trninaA oK,,f
;boys in the bugle and drum corps.
iihb qevotea nis time and talent
! Rev. J. R. Williams.
children of Atlanta. Ga., are spending
a few days with Mrs. Williams' par
ents. Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Medford. Mr.
Williams is an evangelistic Presby-
J- , .p."6 the musical talents of The Baptist Sunday School ha, so
ay , local boys. Mr. Gibson now feel. ! iected the following Lte n e mir
t the boys need an instructor who for the ensuing year: J. H Hvacs
' develop their mus.al abilities j T. H. Rogen,. Glenn Br wn Wayne
w. ' ww .... .v i it :x ii t-i I i.i r , I'll 1 . ...... I. it ,t
' " ' - 1 U II r H I II... . . Mr
MJ. vl- iii oOKS. Hi rs S
L nf 'ialrnv . ... . ..
, -. w vuuie over ana is. Medford Mrs T ii i
r;;ct th boys n th iH the pui. JMrs Mattjt, iZX7n
OX- muinc fh funla l, - ' ' 1 1 1,1 ''
w the extra expense of training
a: it 35 boys here in Waynesville to
; nusicians- The American Legion
.' ..lished all the instruments with
i cost to the bo vs.
t. T Dark brown soft suede slip
i dress glove for left hand.
k hite stitching. Lost in residen
il or shopping district, reward,
found call itp'
.. fin Pnirm, " 1 i. ii.
WG--- " ""oh oeionjiing to 0sville
.vaynesvtlie Library, h,s been l)irtcto;
iuc mr soinetiiTH', (th
"e,s, i,rs. .j. ii. iiavm,S iaulllK,
feentelle, U,s McCracken, Ruth Gos
uu, and Louise McCracken. This
Sumiay School is doing a great work
with this splendid selection of teach
ers and offirionf
At u. meeting 0f the four Masonic
Lodges of Haywood County here a
- ..iKnLti ago, a county organisation
t be known as the "West Gate Club"
was pergfected with the following
'cers; D. K. Medford, of Clyde.
1 rtsident: Ralnh fn.,rn .,
. ; - t "uourow,
I '-c i iesinent; u K. Green, of Way.
Inesville. K,.r..i t ...
was given over to Mrs. R. Ji. Stretch
er, leader for the afternoon. She
had prepared a delightful program
ot Christmas music, which was given
' me following order:
1. Christmas Hymn "It Cam - Up
on The Midnight Clear," by Club.
2. Vocal Sol-"0, Holy Night." .oy
Mrs. Fred Martin.
;. Tapei "Christmas
1- Vocal Trio "We Thr,..
of the Orient Are," bv Mrs.
MI, Af l.-i .. I . .
' red .Vl a if in h.j
Christ Tiuie '.i..! i .
- ...i.i nun tve. t l e
Merry Gentlemen," by CI,,!,
i- Piano Solo--"Th T,,., i... m.. .
I , . ! L,.
' Christmas Hymn- "Sik'.-i: Niirhr "
At the eonclusiot; of the program
the meeting was adjourned r,,,- ,
Clill half llin.r A I.i: . .
' iieiu-.oi.is sj;:k1
course was served.
MISS FRANCKS ROliKSOX,
i.aKe Junaluska. He received his
education at Clyde High School ;.nd
Duke Summer School. He is u teach
i r of Haywood county
Mr. and Mrs. Morrow will make
then home at Lake Junaluska.
! Outstanding in the social affairs
oi me Christmas season was the
bridge Pi-rty given Tuesday afternoon
by Miss Ix.uisa Thackston at her
home on Pigeon street.
Christmas decorations were ef
fectivelv ii mi n.r.,.i ii... i . . .
t mii oiig nout tne
rooms where th guests were assem-bled.
Among the visitor, from Canton
Tuesday was Mr. Claude Shook.
Mr. L. L. Kvar.s of Uni,',,,, South
v aiouna was here Tuesday.
Business Twice As
Good As Expected,
Reports W. T. Denton
V. T. Denton, owner of Denton's
-Hardware company here reported
.Christmas business to be just twice
as good as he expected. Mr. Ienton
..opened his new store here a few weeks
ago, with new merchandise and has
:been selling for cash. He report
that out of the many customers he has
served only one has ask for credit,
which to him proves that the people
are paying cash more than ever before.
Mr. i.ep N0iand of Iron Duff was
"i town on business Tuesday-
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tate of Jron
mm spent Tuesday in Waynesville
a larire honl- in,i
i in red. Will the person ha.v
this book please return irnnu-
owretary, treasurer. and
u ' I lemmons, of Canton, Inner Guard
ook am i If r ? , . .. vmaiu,
- i.. iuKi., ot Canton, Outer Guard;
Jrvis Campbell, of Waynesville.
ustodian of properties and Rev.
Albert New, of Waynesville, Director
CARD OF THANKS ! V 'C'-
i. A A, ! .. - ""Hive tor the organi-
u -"" lu umriK the many friends iuu" OI thls cl"l is the sponsoring
orge D. Sherrill for the kindness of il dree u'am to present the work
interest shown Ai u:. in. I in full riliinJii.H j j..
. -- -win5 ins niness. I f ""'"- uramatic form.
" - - Masonic leailm- , .,
muuKiwui ine coun-
y nave stated that the movement
is receiving whole-hearted support
irom the lodges and there is no doubt
that great gool will result therefrom
" vi ly interesting and helpful
- hnstniiLs service was hekl s.t the M
K. Church, South, Wednesday even
ing, .Dev. 2:ird, W)u.n the pastor j;ov
F. O. Dryman, delive.ed a very ;,-
nv-nrifinf i .
'"spiring sermon. His
wienie was "J'eace.
The Sherrill Family.
;' CARD OF THANKS
d ' wisK to express our gratitude
c e sympathy and kindness shown
ring- the death of our beloved
ie nd brother, Guy, and for the
t f-ful floral offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Brock
- i tneiiie was "I'.uw.o "
1'he regular December meeting llf
the Woman's Club was held at. the
I-cFame Hotel on We.lnesday after
noon. !),., .),,.- u: .....i. .
,v. ,, Wlt" -"is. John N.
UShoolbred and Mrs. C. S. de Neergaard
- ..osu-sses. .Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick,
President, conducU'd the business and
The Chritmas Seal Sale was urged
by Mrs. Thomas M. SpmuwII
chai. man and is in the capable hands
Mrs. John Queen, chairman of pu,.
The announcement was made that
the P. T. A. Council inviten and
u.es every cluD woman or citizen
.i...,M.i. ,n conimunitv or child
welfare to attend the stu'Iy course
on the "Seven-fold Gateway of Lif0."
w,e piograin was directed by the
chairman of music, Miss Lois Var
rold, who presented a most com-,re-h.'M-sive
naper on the "Orig,,, ad
History of Chritmas Carols."
She then accnmnanuul .. ,.
On counting the scores Miss Tillic
Iv'ilT : 1, - .1 . i'
K'uim id nohl High am
Miss Kdna Garrett held low. Kacl
received an attractive prize.
I.1 1 t
''""owing the bridge the hostess
hcrveu a delightful salad course
...iss inacKsjon-s guests were: Miss
.wartlia -Neal, Miss Jeuel Mipps, Miss
Ba.bb.e Wiiy, Mis Kosalyn Vi Miss
; Hester Ann Withers, Miss Klizabeth
Macon, Miss Gladys Dicus, M,sM Til
!'' R"tha, Miss Louise Frw, Miss
J'-Hen Louise Klllian, Miss Kdna (Jar
ret t. and Miss Marion McDowell
Mrs. Francis Massie,
Holt.claw, Miss Mary'
and Miss Dorothy Lam
vile visitors on Tuesday
Foreman: "Mark, there will he
vacancy in this shon v,.r,. ,
'eve III ask your tw R brothl.r to
Mark: "My twin brother?"
Foreman: "Yi fi,.. 1
4,. " saw at
'oon,au game yesterday while vou
were at you aunts funeral. Bring him
"'.th you in the morning or don't come
Some years ago a moderate- drinker
boasted that he wasn't a slave to
liquor and could drini nx u.
chose. Passing a saloon with a friend,
"Did you Siv nw noo, ..1' . ...
Before long they came to another sa
loon and he passed that ami .u...
parsed another saloon u '
came to the fourth saloon the man
turned to his friend, saying:
"NOW having shown vnn 1 -o
11 . I o L
temptation, come in and I will reward
myself by taking a drink with you."
Limestone and lesnede,, ....
sponsible for corn yields averaging
u on imshe s nn
Mr. and Mrs. 1. .1. Brown had as
their guests for Christmas Mi
Brown's brother, Mr. C. P. Brown'
and his children, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
urown. Miss Annie Parker
Hrown, and Mr. William Brown, of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plo.ss , ,-rilS()
moved to Waynesville , b ,1
, - ...... , , n aim
have taken a coLtage on Fast street
Mrs. Pless is the former Miss Helen
' ugh, noted pianist.
Mr. anu Mrs H. W. Bauen and
Misses Klizabeth arul K.lith, ami Mrs
Herbert Baucom left T.i..:. '
ol s,x '" Rirls who sangl,n'7 for a, visit to friends and rela
i'r of these Chri.,;.nlas Carols, ,! tivt's ' Raleigh and Wilmington. 1
Miss Onyx Picklesinier of Ly.ieh-
-' iney ret-eived en
cores and much 0;,.
We are greaiful to our friends and customers
:;or the business given to us during the past year.
, We wish you all a Happy and Prosperous
i- New Year.
Plendid memory, and the poise lI l'UrK- VirK"" was the guest of Mrs.
p. ...orr.soi, ami Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
Alley durinir ihn Iw.li.i......
Vaynesville Hardware Co.
sweetne,s of their ensemble singing.
-e gins were: Ar-ne Sea .veil, I
'homasine St rinn-iiel.il vi I
Ruby Nichols,.." Margaret Morrison " K,,lh hv,'r ,)f S-vlv;' Miss
Fleen Massi,., and Mariam Phillip, ' ' ()liv,"r "f l)urbnm were guwts
Miss Ida Jean Brown sang "O I "f Mr- a11 Mri- All.-v on Sun-
Holy Night," accompinied by' Mrs' 'iay- '
ert .ew. " ' '
The dining room was appro,, n.l(. . - A StamP'lr of .Canton was
dejiorated with'-' holiv- r,r,.l .' a V!"''-or i:, town Monday.
1 v h ran- I .
"'-11 ' ' 1
'&tf?--. . . .. . i 1 "i '
" .- ruu
WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
lumbHi SHOW Presenting WILL ROGERS
ru. . "AMBASSADOR BILL"
Which will also.be shown Friday night at the
Saturday, Jan. 2,
BILL CODY and ANDY SHUFIRD
"THE MONTANA KID"
. "THE CHEAT'
Wednesday, Jan, 6. v
LAUREL and HARDY
v In theiv fit Feature Picture
dlOK Tl... . e i
. iei resnments were ice
cream, cake, cofTee, nut.s and mints,
with favors of crimson baskets filled'
-Mis. Millard G. IW.r (,,,..
president of the Charlotte Woman's
lub and a member of the e.voou
tive lard of the State Federation,
who is residing in Waynesville now
and is associated with the Woman's
nub. gave a most inspirational talk.
-Mis. Jerrv; Smmi., - r-.:....
. "i v an ..oil
was a guest of the afternoon.
final plans were made for the
annu.il Community Christmas Tree ,
with an accompanying program to i
be held as usual on nsvt n,i'..j -I
- " . I1UI S lilj.
altemoon at four o'clock.
MRS. THOMAS M. SEA WELL,
i Mr. Krastuw Medford
was here Tuesday.
- We wish to let the public know that the
Will Continue To
and are in
Position to do first class photography work, en
larging, picture framing, Kixlak finishing, etc.
We are roing to try to operate the studio as
Uady would wish.
The continued patronage of our friends will
be greatly appreciated.
CEORCE' D. SHERRILL, Jr.
In a simple but imnss;,-n i
'iony, Jiiss .Vtima Fihcher and Mr.
"..irrou Morrow were m;.Tri,.rI
o'chx-k, Tuesday evening n,.nr.iV.-
22. The ceremony was performed at
the home of th.-v brideV
and Mrs. T. J. Fincher, with ' Rev
Fred 0. Dryman of Clyde and Long's
Chapel, officiating. - .
The livinp rnnm mo
decoratetl with Christmas evergreens
burning jn graceful
candelabra )w nn a Ided touch of
eauty to the scene.
The bride worP b'ue
and was nf. n,ori
Snelson of t P:r,tfr ., , of
or. ihe pr- wn, f..n l.i i,
Cxtiy Fulbric-h' ef rk, Junaluska '
as best man. Only the immediate
family and fewriends were present
Imrne--.- - - .,.-.. lTle cerp
ceremony " - - vhor fcerv, '
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