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THE WAYNE,w"T.R MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, MARCH 17.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL f
PHONE 137 I
- mm MEm3mi
rniMWilu.'-iaf I , .
Mr. Joe Johnson speni mommy i
Bryson City on Jbuainess.
Mr. Lyda W. Hall of Spring Hill
v.. i w forciiKini oi i-raDiree
spent 'Saturday shopping in Waynes-
nf Mrs. Prank Coarburn of
on were visitors here last week.
.-. S. M. -Robinson -of Canton was
,wn on business Thursday.
r. C. E. Brown of Clyde spent
rsday in town.
r. J. H. Keener
ton last week.
was here from
v. 1). C. McRea of High Point
in Wnvnewille on business last
r. Charles '. Smathei.; and Mr.
J.Medford were vistors here from
ton last weelc.
Irs. Jeannettc R. Murphy of Cruso
- it Friday shopping in Waynesville.
;' liss Mabel Moflitt of Canton wax a
( tor here Eriday.
' lr. V. M. Hill of Fines . Creek
ek spent Saturday in Waynesville.
f t .trA,n T. Wilkins. former mayor
of Hendersonville, was a visitor in,
lr--. Carl Medford of Lake Juiia
ka was a v isitor -here .Saturday.
drs. Sallic Creen
f Crabtree was
VI r. U. li
Mr. C. I.
pk.'i was a
Mr. II. b.
v iii town.
Med lord.. or. Lake Junu
visitor liere last week.
;s last week.
V Koeeis and Air. (!. F.
m-t- t.f Giablree were among the
vilors here Sat unlay.
ii .lark-on county
on business last
Air. II. I.. Wood
'as in WayiiPsvilU
. .Mrs. Emma . Urowii ol Iron Duff
petit Saturday .KtiopiNint;- in Way
esville. Mrs. Jobe Rednvond oi 1' Hies Creek
as anione- the visitors here lns't
Mrs. Ciuey T. Wells and small son,
Carey. Jr., of Canton were visitors
here Saturday. ?
Mr Ri N. Barber left last week for
a month's business trip through the
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. I'revost had as
their guests last week-end Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Abeinathy of Hickory.
Mr and Mrs. Francis Massie have
moved from their home on Branner
avenue and will spend some time at
the Le Faine Hotel.
Mrs Sara K. Haynes, who is on the
faculty of the Canton Graded Schools,
was a visitor in Waynesville Thurs
day. Mr. Sam Welch, who has a position
with the State Hanking Department,
and Mr. Jack Sullivan spent the
vp.L'-pod as e-uests of Mr. Welch's
aunt, Mrs. J. II. Way.
Mr. Harry MeCrackoii, who is a
student at the University of North
Carolina, firmed Friday to spend the
spring holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Airs. W. I.. MeCracken.
Dr. I., li. Hayes and Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Alas-do motored to Statesville
last Thursday to see Mrs. W. () Goode
who is -erioii dy ill in the hospital
M . Sam llushnell arrived Friday
night from the University of North
Carolina to spend the -spring vacation
with his paients, Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Among the visitors here on busi
ness Saturday were Messrs. Reuben
Robertson, H. Arthur Osborne, J.II.
Kirkpatriek, and Charlie Smith of
Mr. A. ('. Craft .'of Kingsport,
Tennessee, former manager of the
Tci-ace Hotel at Lake Junaluska, is
a guest at the LeFaino Hotel Mr.
Craft, will be manager of the Gordon
Hotel next summer,
Use More Milk for Health
. C. Assorted Fluffs lb. 3.5c
GARDEN RELISH 2
8 O'CLOCK 3 lbs 50c
Mild unil Mellow
Pet or Carnation
BAKED BEANS 5c
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 cans 13c
LIFE BUOY SOAP 3 cakes 19c
2-IN-l POUSH can 10c
LUX FLAKES 2 pkgs. 19c
GOLD DUST 8sm. pkg. 2Sc
1 1 fins 10 lb. Bag 47c
25 lb. Bag $1.15
2 lbs. 9c
CHEESE fine flavor lb 15c
P. & G. SOAP 7 cakes 19c
. . ": ' '.'
rVr Atlantic & Pacific
was in Waynesville on Monday
Mr. E. L. Hinton spent last week
end in Hendersonville on Business.
xt.. oni Mn .T. H Rash of Mas
.11. HUU -
.Att TannnlUO WPTP ITUeST i Of lUT.
Raul Deaton on Tuesday.
Owpn of Jonathan's
Creek spent Wednesday shopping in
Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson, Mrs- Felix
StovalUnd Miss Upal rerguson woe
Asheville visitors Saturday.
Mr PhnrlPH B. Warren of the
Rehabitation Department spent
Tueslay in Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C.White have as
their guest Mrs. White's sister, Mrs.
Miss Belle Bright had as her guest
lust week-end Miss Edith Sellers of
Mi. I r mtuni" ivlin is stodvinir
at the University of North 'Carolina
this winter, i;v spending th spring
vacation at his home hero.
Mr. Tom Talial'ei 10 of Ualeiuh
is spending a few days with Mrs.
Taliaferro who is visiting her
mother. Mrs. It. II. Mitchell.
Friends of Rev- R.A.Seutel'.o of
Pigeon were plea.-'ed to see him in
town last week after .in illne.-s of
Mr. Albert New, sophomore at the
University of North Carolina, is
spending the spring holidays with his
parents. Rev. and Mrs. -Albert New
Mrs. Paul Deaton left Saturday
afternoon to visit her father, Mr. N. J.
Rush, who is seriously ill at his home
Mr. David Felmot, who is attend
ing the University of North Caro
lina, came Sunday night to spend
a week'.; vacation at his home here.
MAZ. John N. oolbred was the
gracious hostess for the regular
SEthly meeting of the Docm , Bell
Love Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution held at her
home on Branner avenue last Wed
nesday afternoon. As the regent
Mrs. T. L. Gwyn, was attending the
State Conference in Durham, Mrs.
J H Howell, vice regent, presided
and opened the meeting vith the sing
ing of America, Flag Salute, and
Ritual- , ,
After the disposal of business a
most interesting program was car
ried out Mrs. H. D. Secrest had the
paper for the afterncon and it was
a continuation tf the Bi-Centennial
Celebration of George VSashmgt.n.
Her subject wa, " George Washing
ton, The Christian. ' The paper was
splendidly written a u was read by
Mrs. Secrest in a most impressive
manner. , ,. .
Following this Mrs FreJ Marin.,
whose lovely voice g;ve3 pleasure to
all who hear her, sang, "The Father
,.e v, t on,l Wo I.ovp." a sone written
by her granddaughter, Mary Wood, at
the age of eleven years:
Mrs. Howell then gave Flag instruc
tions which are tc be presented at
each meeting of the chapter At this
point Mrs. Shoolbred read ihe follow
ing poem which was written by her
granddaughter, Inrv Wood, at the
age of leven y :-ai :
Reverence To Our Fin,;
Hats off, ve !e);i!e! Hci co:ne our
The Flag we love so tiu,
.', other color- i.o we love m :t
Thtn the Red, Wh't" an-' P-lue.
Up to your forehead, your Minis to
In salute to the Red, White and Blue,
For not only our country doe it stand.
But for Liberty too.
Hold this position until it has passed.
Then lower with a reverent grace,
For holy indeed is this wonderful
That stands for the American Race.
Mrs. Francis Massie, Miss Wilda
Crawford, Miss Mary Stringfield, and
Miss Mary Barber were Asheville
Mr. N. A. Ferguson has returned
to his home in Newport News, Vir
ginia after attending the funeral of
his father, Mr. T M. Ferguson, of
Mr- and Mrs. George Few of Greer,
South Carolina have returned to their
home after attending the funeral of
Mrs- Few's father, Mr, Thomas M.
Ferguson. ". r
Mrs. W. I.. Kiritnatrick and dauch-
ter, Miss Mary Kirkpiitrick, went to
Charlotte Saturday to spend a tew
days with Dr. Kirkpatriek, who is in
the hospital there.
Mrs. W. J. Cmnibell returned to
her home Thursday from Crabtroc
where she went to attend the funeral
of her father. Mr. Thorna . Fer
M.v und Mrs. Carter Russell, who
were here to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Russell's father, Mr. Thomas
M. Ferguson of Crabtree, have r
turned to their home in Candler.
Mr. W. C.Russ spent the week-end
in Hendersonville with Mrs Russ at
hor parent's home. Mrs. Russ is re
covering alter having her tonsils rev
moved in the hospital there.
Miss Mary Stringfield and Mr.
. T ,1.. .....Vil
in Greensboro as guests of Mr. and
r . T . T. Tl-T C...lnrv
lMrS. J. 1. iiaiHVOMl.. H11S.1 OUINU.
field was maid of honor in the wed
ding of Miss . Fldith Man gum which
1 1 C.J.. nflm.nnnn
took piace n ijumuj lutciuuvii, '
;-.... it .;. ..
Mrs. T. I'noir Gwyn returned Sun
day night from Durham where she
went to attend the State D. A.R. Con
vention. Mrs. Gwyn also -visited Mr.
aid Mrs; Louis Graves in Chanel
Hill and Miss Babble Way in Winston-Salem.
Mr. John Queen is here from Chapel
Will in snend hi spring vacation
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John
M. Queen. Mr. James wueen, wno is
also a student ftt the University, is
spending the time with hi3 room
mate in Philadelphia and New York
Dr. and Mrs. O. T. Alexander had
as the guests 'last week-end Mrs.
Alexander's nephew and niece, Mr.
And Mrs. Albert Moffott, and Dr.
Alexander's nephew and niece, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Alexander, of Charlotte.-
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MR. AND MRS. SHOOLBRED
Mi. and Mrs. John N. Shoolbred
were hosts at dinner on last Sunday
at their home on Bounarv street
in celebration of their forty-second
wedding anniversary. Covers were
laid for the following guests: Bishop
Jurius Moore Horner and son Jun
inf Horner, Jr., of Asheville, Rev.
Albert New and son Albert New, Jr.,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Camp and
son, Everett Camp.
This, ended the program very ap
propriately and a delicious, ice cours'
ciirried out in Red, While and Blue
was served by the hostess.
The guests of the afternoon were
Mrs. Harrv Rotha. Mrs. S.P. Gay,
and Mrs. Fred Martin
By .Mrs. F. B. Cain, Publicity
Of interest to ix host of frie'i.ls in
Waynesville is the followiiig an
nouncement which was received toe
first of the week:
The Reverend and Mrs. -losiah
Thomas Mangum annoiiiu'e Ihe rt-uii1-rijii'c
of their dauellter, Kdiih Hiop-
cr, to Mr. Daniel Charles D'j Wolfe, .!r ,
on Sunday, March 1.!, VJ-i'S, Greens
boro, North Carolina.
The marriage took place at Park
pJSe Methodist church, of which the
bride's father is pastor, in a simple
sen-ice It 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
R H Mangum of Birmingham, Ala
bama, uncle of the bnd. gave his
Se in marriage. Attendants were
of Waynesviue, 0I1""'U 171.
Cleland of New York Cit, claiE
Sato and fraternity of the groom,
best man, and Robert Mangnnj Laugh
Un cousn of the bride and. Junius
' b. of Atlanta, G.a and
the University, ushe,?. Rev. Man
gum officiated at his daughter, nup-
U Wedding maiic icndered by
Mrs W P- Christian, pianist, wno
Saved the Wagner and Mendelssohn
wedding marches for processiona
and recessional and Lier-traum.
during the ceremony.
After a southern trip Mr. and Mib.
Do Wolfe will be at home at 12 Cobb
Terrace Chapel Hill, until June,
IZn tiie brilK ,oP.i will be gradu
....! ..., tb Universit-; of Noitn
Carolina. They will tnon go io u.m(v
port, Connecticut to live.
Ir re Wolfe is 'he only daugh
ter of the Mangums, who live.: in
Waynesville for several years while
Mr Mangum was pastor of the Meth-
dnc';m'ivinK they have spent
the summer vacations at their home
here. Mrs. De Wolfe is a popular menu
be;- of younger set of this city and the
announceent of her marriage was re
ceived with unusual interest. M
was graduated from the i. inverse
of North Carolina in 19:51 and is a
nu.niber of the Pi Beta Phi fraternity
The bridegroom' is a native o. Con
necticut, son of Mrs. Harriett Howes
De Wolfe and the Dr. Daniel Charles
De Wolfe, specialist, 'le U a meii.-he,-
of the Phi Delta Theta tratermty.
-U-: i. aw A LA" is iti:ri:ii;i
The Indian operett.i, "l.elaw.Ua,
which has been antbipated with n
great deal of interest for the past
several weeks by patrons ol the high
school, was pivse-ited in the. nigh
-,,-hor 1 aiie'itrro-.:,: i.i-t FriJiiy mgbt.
Ihe operetta was an unusually color
ful production; iru- litrhting, the .cs
tuniins, and the setting blended txigeth
er -made a most appi-ipnai e ysk
groun 1 for the piv.-eii'.AMo,! o! the
James Davis, Indian chief, was
diessed in feathered headdress of
,..w,l,i f,.il hnr U'ovn W n chief of the
eii'. ei!"'-'i " , ...
invaluable Mexican Indian bhi.
used by the courtesy of v,
the wigwams and on the hai
were played on the stagt, euh4
the scenes. K1tt
The operetta, in the cyts 0f a
witnessed the production, as
while. The music was lovely rV
temed by the cadences and'br
vals of Indian tribal iusic It'
though very difficult, it was Bun '
very good effect and interpretaS.
by the high school east, fhe
school students are to be coratneX
for the really excellent performs
The cast included about sixty
bers of the student body and as
teurs displayed unusual poi
number of the leading charaB
showed marked talent and should b
encouraged to continue their stud
of music. fl
Rockies. He wore
iacket and beaded belt.
The heroine, Miss Belle Blight, ap
peared in an ancestral .princess rube
of beads and fringed doe skin the
dress of an Indian princess. The
scout, "Eagle Eye," Willard Moody,
appeared in the costume of an out
lawed New Mexico Indian- The set
ting was enhanced by a number of
WOMAN'S CLUE TO
The regular meeting of the
man's Club will be held this after,
noon at the LeFaine Hotel, at 3:fc
o'clock with Mrs. Cleveland Kirkpat
riek and Miss Robena Milkr as ho,
esses. Mrs- Grover Davie will be ii
charge of the program on "America1.
Contribution to Litera(tuivV' Spe-"
eial guesls on the program will
Miss Louise Beville an,1. Mr patf
Frye, who will read papers on tbj
above subject. As this is the tin
for the annual election of officers a!'
members are requested ;o no present
LEGION AUXILIARY 11 4 v'
INTERESTING MEET IS'-
An interesting meeting if
American Legion Auxiliary hdi
Monday evening at 7::0 o'clock i
the Masonic Temple with a splaidi
The usual opeirr. 'with '.'): Pas;
was followed by the busier t5
in the Auxiliary rooms.
The president, Mrs. 1.. ii- Cm
called the meeting to order ami afa:
the regular routine a lm s': interest
ing letter was read from Mr. I ! are':
B. Whitmire ot Uteen, than.iuis tt.
in in triiav. trua .m, uum "
Auxiliary Magazine by the president
The following ladies were asked,
serve as hostesses for the Apri
meeting: Mrs. Doyle Alley, Ms
M. C. Green, Mrs. .J. 1'. Able, as
Mrs. Roy Phillips.
After adjournment the ladies jo;:
ed the Post members for a social hoi
when the hostesses for the eveniif
Mrs. Hurst Burgin, Mrs. E. B. Car
Mrs. George Coble, Mrs- J. C. Patne.
and Mrs. R. H. Campbell served 4
ladies for the gift sent .bin:
iA uiilendid aiticle entitled,
W T '
Dresses are much bet
ter and cheeper.
This season we are
showing the former
$16.75 at $9.75.
The $10.50 lines are
now $5.95 and up.
We have plenty of new
spring numbers in
dress and sport styles
All Late New York
' : -2. -;
Spring suits and coats
are in Tleauclaie, Bed
ford cord -md Polo
Colors are Spanish
Tile, Nile. Dresden
They are extra values
at $10 to $19.75.
Just Received New Shipment of New
Spring Hats, Latest Styles. Made by , M
Rhodes rnceu fli ftp iu & m ffir
Our piece goods department has
never had better showings. Guaran- 8
teed fast colored fabrics in Peter fi
Pan, Veeda Repp, Eden Crepe,
Yama Prints in all the conservative
Father George and Pickens
Sheeting - -
36 inch Broadcloth
36 inch window curtain
Two 25c Bath Towels
We have the prices and new goods
for you . We sell as cheap as you
have to sell your goods.
"THE STORE OF QUALITY"