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SDAY, JANUARY 14, 1932
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL I
rman Noland was a visitor
Finea Creek op. Monday.
" ,-'-' '
arles Allen of Crabtree
day m Waynesville.
the visitors in town Monday
t. B. Howell of Jonathan.
iLeaver of Pigeon was in
W- Haynas of Clyde was
,. Branson of Canton spent
yan . Medford of Jonathan
rsday in town.
Ties Hill of Crabtree spent
"in town. I
4. Robinson was here from
s A.- Sentelle of Pigeon was
rry Plott of Canton was
..."' L. Setzer of Canton spent
W. Meser of Crabtree was
ville Friday and Saturday-
M. Wells of Canton spent
n Waynesville on business-
.McCracken of i.ake Juna
in Waynesville on business
Mrs. O. T. Alexander re
day from a two week's visit
t in Charlotte.
e Felmet who was called
the deajth of his grand
rs. Alice Felmot, returned
Mr- C. L. Southtrland of Beaver
dam was in town Saturday.
Mr. R. H. Haynes spent .Saturday in
town from Clyde.
Mr. John H. James of Fines Creek
wa3 here on business Saturday.
Mr. J., Emory Rush of Clyde spent
Saturday in town.
Mr. Norman C. James of Ein
Creek spent some time in town last
Mr. J. T Cabel of East Gastonia
was a visitor in Waynesville last
Miss Helen Green, -member of the
faculty of Fines Creek school, spent
Saturday in Waynesville shopping.
Mr. A. Thurman Haynes of Clyde
was among the visitors in town last
Mr. Ed Wells of Pigeon township
was among the visitors in Waynes
ville last Saturday.
Mr. Charles C. Smathers of Can
ton was a visitor in town lasl Wed
nesday. Miss Kate "Williamson of Cantcn
was a visitor in Waynesville- last
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Feiguson of
Crabtree spent Thursday in Waynesville-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Caddy of Lake
Junaluska were visitor in town on
Mr. Raymond McCracken and
small sons, Ed and George, from Fines
Creek were visitors in Wayne -viile
.... - jl-rik-kw mmri
Miss Jewel Hipps was " guest ot
Mis. Mai) Adam Ward in Aihe-
ville last week-end.
Mrs. R. 0. Coving'on ol' Asheville
was the guest of friends m Waynes
Mr. Francis Massie left yesterday
to attend the Radio Cmven'ion in
Rev. Hannah J. Powell, i-astor cf
the Universalist church in Cecil town
ship, was a visitor in town last week.
Mr. James Harrell of Jonathan
was among the visitor here last F ri
day. Mr. Ruben Rathbon cf Joiatiian
spent Friday in Waynesviilo on tus
iness. Mr. and Mrs. John X. Shoolbred
have as their guest, Mrs ohoo'bred's
sister, Mrs. Horace Frost, of Kliza
Mrs. K. P. McCracken of Clyde
spert several days, last wei as the
guest of Mr- and Mrs. '. A. llayiv-t at
their home on Love Lane.
Miss Fannie Pearl Felmit win at
home from Cullowh"e for the funeral
of her grandmother, Mrs. Alice Fel
met. Mr. R. L. 'Provost returned Sun
day from Chicago where 'u has been
nttending the furniture market for
the past week.
Mr and Roy Pless tuid as their
their guests last week Mrs. Pless'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A!l.".i 1'ugh,
Mr. William Mcfraeketi of Bock
Hill, South Carolina is th? guest of
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
Mr. J. W. Noland of Fines Creek
was a visitor in Waynesville Tuesday.
Mr. J. F. Justice of West Asheville
was here Tuesday.
Mr. Harley Bryson of Iron Duff
spent Tuesday in town.
Mr. Charles Hill of Crabtree was in
Mr. W, F. Hipps of East Fork was
in Waynesville this wtwk.
Mrs. John Jones of Clyde spent
Wednesday in Waynesville.
Mr. Ci. W. Burnett of Pigeon spent
Wednesday in Waynesville.
Mr. Zack H. Brown of Clyde was
Mr. George Ward of Asneville is
attending court in Waynesville this
Mr. R. B. Overton and Mr. T. A.
Clark were visitors from Canton this
Messrs N. M. Walker and T. B. Mc
Cracken of Clyde spent Wednesday
Other .visitors from Asheville this
week are: Messrs J. Hat Smathers,
Nerval J. Crawford and J. Scroop
Mr. and Mrs t'. J. Reec had as
their guests last week Mr. Recce's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Reeco, of
Mrs. Minthorne Woolsey of Ashe
ville was the guest ;f Mr. J. M.
Bell at the Waynesville Hotel a few
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Morris an
nounce the birth of a daughter Vi
Monday, January 4, 1032.
Mrs- C. S. Badgett, Sr. of Richwood,
West Virginia and Mrs, Charles
Padgett Jr., who has leon visiting
in Richwood for a week, arrived last
week. Mrs. Badgett, Sr. is visiting
friends in Waynesville and Asheville
and Mrs. Badgett, Jr, is visiting her
.parents; Mr. -and Mrs- W; T. IVenton.
Mrs. Asbury Howell and Mrs. Joe
Howell returned last week from a
visit to ;he latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Dawkins, in Candor,
Mr- C. E. Weatherby attended a
meeting of representatives from va
rious schools in this .section at the
Covintfton Sport shop ' in Asheville
Monday night to organize an athletic
confei'ence of secondary schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Nolan J an
nounce the birth of a son, Frederick
Joo, on Monday, January 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindfors of
'Columbia, South Carolina announce
the birth of a son, John August, on
Tuesday, January 5.
DON'T MISS THE SUPPER AT
THE CENTRAL ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL FRIDAY NIGHT. ONLY
25. CENTS. FOR BENEFIT UN
MISS HIRGIX RECEIVES HOXOR
(Special to The Mountaineer.)
Miss Margaret Burgin of Waynes
ville has been chosen secretary-treasurer
of the Erosophian Literary
Society of Western Carolina Teach
ers College, of t'ullowhee
(Special to The Mountaineer.)
Miss Margaret Ashton of Waynes
ville has been elected chaplain for the
Erosophian Literary Society for the
winter quarter, at Western Carolina
Teachers College at Cullowhee.
hA DIES' XIOHT
The Waynesville Rolarian were
hosts Friday evening at the monthly
dinner entertaining their ieves.
An interesting feature of the (mi
grant was the talk made by Dr. J. P.
Sevier, president of Fassiforn School
in llendtrsonville, who represented
the Wstern North Carolina Moun
tains, Inc. Dr. Sevier outlined the
attractions which Western North
Carolina has to offer tourists.
Dr. Sevier's daughter, Miss Vir
ginia Sevier, wa also a guest of the
Dinner was served by Circle No. ;t
of the:. Methodist church-
Mrs. Charles Badgett, Jr. and Miss
Mary Strinrfield were Asheville vis
Cadet Charles W. Spears, who has
leen spending the holidays v,ith his
parents, "Mr. and Mrs. A R. Spears,
at Clyde Inn, left Sunday for the
Georgia Military Academy, Atlanta,
to resume his studies.
Mrs. J. M. Bell. Mrs Grady Boyd
and young daughter, Barba'-a Ann,
and Miss Dorothy Lane left Wednes
day morning for Atlanta, Georgia
where they will visit Mrs. Bell's
daughter, Mrs, Edwin Davis.
.U;.Y'.S SLl'l'ER AT
On last Monday evening Circle No.
2 of the Presbyterian churo served
a supper to the men of tiie church
kind and will continue at interval
during the winter.
About 25 men were present.
Gue.-ts speakers for he evening
were Dr. L. B. Hayes, Presiding El
der of the Methodist church, and Rev,
Charles R. McCarty. pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Highlands.
Rev. Flannigan, pastor of the Pres
byterian church at Franklin, and Rev.
S R. Crockett, former pastor of the
Presbyterian church here, also made
Mr. R. L. Prevost acted is toast
master for the occasion.
On last Saturday afternoon Miss
Frances Rdbeson entertained with
the. second of a series of informal teas
at her home on Ixve Lane.
The living rooms where Miss Rob
eson received her guests were mad
cheerful with brightly burning open
fires ami shaded lights. Va.ses of
pink roses and firn were attractively
arranged in the background.
Assisted by her mother, Mrs. E. J.
Roleson, Miss 'Robeson served a de
lightful salad course:
The invited guests were; Mrs.
James Atkins, Mrs. Hilliard Atkins,
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, . Mrs. Ernest
Withers, Mrs. Rufus Siler, Mrs.
Fnueette Swift, Mrs. J. M. Ixmg, Mrs.
Harden Howell, Mrs. Cleveland Kirk-
patrick, Mrs. Bonner Ray, Mrs. M.
II. Bowles,' Mrs. J. W. Seaver, Mrs.
Grady Boyd, Miss Nancy Killian, Miss
Robena Miller, and Mi's Nannetto
McCKACKEN'S ANNUAL JANUARY
v mm izm-& Aumm-mmk &s$ ; .re
Stock Must Go Regardless of Cost
Folks, the weather man has certainly been against me this fall and winter. 1 Iouht heavy at
the beginning of the season and still have a few coats and suits left that I am forgetting price
and consecrating on clearing them out. Now as never before is the time to buy. Come early.
This lot of clothing consists mostly of Cloth
craft, best made for the money, we believe.
Practically all new stock, in browns, greys,
blues, and newest mixtures. One and two
trousers. Two and Three button coats.
We have a large selection of light weight coats
suitable for the whole year. The famous
Clothcraft Brand, made to stand hard wear.
Mostly greys and mxiturcs now at a price
you can afford.
The winter is not over but
we have more than we need,
take what's left at
Just the thing for cold days
they're coming too. All
colors and sizes.
20 T0 25 0FF
Good styles nothing wrong
but I must sell them. Get
your fit in a regular $8.50
shoe for only
SHEEP LINED COATS
lliese are going at less than
'epaid for them. dQ AO
tew stock special u)3frO
TOP PA i
' v TS off
A tion of a
y? A! Yes, Sir, we've
I J 7l Ukt'n u'rcat
Uf JOfy )sj!'-;l prices for a ride
Ntjwf 11 3 DOWMW.AJU).
xtkM' Clearance timft
'jf;. theyHI look bet-
ipVfi. trr on your backs
C)ji than in oar racks.
16 inch all-leather, double panco and
leather sole, steel heel tap. A bargain
at $4.95, now