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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
The Waynesville Woman's Ciub
f held its regular -iay -meeting Thurs
day afternoon at three o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Grover Davis with Mrs.
Davis and Mr.-. V. L. .UcCrucfcen as
t associate hostess.
j During the business se.siiuii the
i qutstioi of landscajjir. the court
I house grounds was Jiscu.-scd with the
! result that a committee consisting oi
v Mrs- W.T. Hannah and Mrs. Frank
i Y ti cuson was named to comer with ! :'
1 the county commission .Ts i-na oiler
the assistance of the club in any way
in which it could co-operate with th
authorities in the m-ittc-r of landscap-
:' nig and beautifying the grounds ur-
rounding the new building.
Mrs- John N. Shoolbred was named
chairman of a committee to confer
with the commissioners and the archi
tect wiln reference to placing the
clock which formerly graced the toj.
of the old court house, either on the
top of the new building or at some
: appropriate place on the grounds.
Mrs. James Harden howeii, Mrs.
0. F. Kirkpatrick, and Mrs. Lucile
Foy were named on a committee to
confer with the school authorities rel
: ative to the matter of arranging for
'public school music to be added to
' the courses in the Waynesville Town
ship schools. This committee was
also instructed to urge that the pres
ent domestic science department in the
, huh school be continued. (
i Mrs. Frank Ferguson made a ar-(
itial report on the work that is being
done relative to the Dahlia Show in
Augus't. The club members ex
' pressed their deep appreciation Uj
Mr. J. U. Ivey, of Charlotte, Mr. J.
Z. Cleveland, of Zirconia, and Mr. W.
i TV Shelt'jn. of Waynesville, for their
-: tine co-operation in assisting the corn
s' roittee in its plan- for the show
A detailed report of the state feder
ation of woman's ciub which met in !
; Winston-Salem the week before was
; made by Mrs. Thomas jl. Sea well, who
i represented the club at that meeting.
: Special stress was given to the work
that is being accomplished through
out the state in the department of
education and gardening.
! Mrs. .1. M. Kellett, chairman of the
'department of art was in charge of the
program for the afternoon. She pre
jsented the speaker, Miss Louise Ed-1
'j 'wards, who spoke on "Art in the
I Special music was furnished by
James Harden Howell, Jr., and Miss
Charlotte Hatcher. A special feature
of this U-ing a violin solo by Mr.
Howell accompanied on the piano by
Miss Hatcher. They also played va
rious selected numbers during the
time refreshments were being served.
The hostesses served refreshments of
. ice cream, cake and coffee.
HONOR RECENT BRIDE
f Mrs. Robert McLeod was honored
with a charming bridge party and
shower last Friday afternoon given by
Miss Elizabeth Henry and Miss Mary
. Pauline l'lott at the home of Miss
,. Henry. Mrs. McLeod was before her
'marriage several weeks aj;o, Miss
Many vases of snowballs -and ever?
' greens were used as decoration in the
living rooms, carrying out .'. a color
; scheme of green and white. These
colors were also noted in the salad
course which was -?rved as the ton
f eluding teature of vh' at'ii'i'noi.ifs tti-
The high score prii:e wa,-. ptesonced
' t . I r- McLeod ami uie -ccon I prize
."went to Mr.-s Edith Lyrd. The guest
of honor was the recipient of many
j Those playing bridge .were Mrs.
MR. AND MRS.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L.Sutton enter
tained with an elahurare dinner party
last Tuesday evening in honor of .Mrs.
Sutton's mother, Airs. !C. M. Rhine
hart. The event was in celebration of
Mis. Khinehait's birthday anniver
sary. A color note of pinK and white was
used in the deco; at ions and othe r ap
pointments. A iarge r.umb"r of friends arid rel-
tivos were among the guests. Mrs.
John H. Tuibylill, of Waynesville, at
( Mr. and Mrs. G. C.Flott and fam
ily have moved to their camp at Plott,
N. C., where they will spend the sum
mer. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Kirkpatrick
and daugh'-'r, Miss Mary Kirkpat
rick, spen. Friday in Canton as guests
of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Russell.
Mrs. Andrew Moore and Mrs. Lm
Stringtield spent last Sunday and
Monday at Highlands.
MISS MOCK SPONSOR
Of interest to friends in Waynes
ville are the picturj- wnich appeared
in the Durham Morning Herald this
week of Miss Mary Mock, daughter ft
Mi. and Mrs. J. M. M-x.it, and three
other young ladies, whj with their
escort of the retiring Pan-Helenio
,'ounoi! ,viU assist in the dance set
at Duke University this week-end.
Miss Mock is a number of the fresh-,
icvn class at Duke. Her escort will
jc Mr. A. K. Kirkpatrick, of Mebane.
Mr. and Mrs. John Troy and Mr.
Thomas Harris, of Durham, were
guests of Mrs. Troys parents, Mr.
ami Mis. Frank Ferguson, last week
end. Mr. Troy and Mr. Harris re
turned to Durham Sunday and Mrs.
Troy remained with her parents for
; n extended visit. Mrs. Troy is the
former Miss il-ra-l Ferguson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Edmunds and
family have returned to their former
homo" in Iowa. They were accompa
nied by Mrs. Amelia Brass, also of
Iowa, who has spent the winter here.
Airs. Edmunds is a daughter of Mr.
an! Airs. F. J. Reiger and Mrs.
Brass is a sister of Mrs. Reiger.
Mrs. Sidney Pruden and young
daughter, Shirley, of Burlington, ar
rived last week and will spend the
summer at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. H. Blackwell. Mrs. Pruden has
been a summer visitor in Waynes
ville for several years,
Mrs. Leo Reiger has returned to
her home at the Fish Hatchery from
the Haywood County Hospital where
she underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis several weeks ago. Mrs.
Reiger is improving steadily.
'Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Walker, of
W'lyiK'-ville. and .Mrs. "and .Mrs. ,. M.
Rieheson, of Hazel wood, will attend
the General Assembly of the Presby
terian church which opens this morn
ing at 11 a. in. at Montreat.
Mrs. Charles Badgett, Jr. and two
small sons arrived Sunday from
Knoxville, Tennessee for a visit to
Mrs. Padgett's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. T. Denton.
Mr. and Mrs. Noyes Long returned
:o their home in Old Hickory, Tennes
see Friday after a visit to Mrs.
i ong's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L
Mr. and Mis. Fred Saunders and
son, Fred, Jr., are leaving Friday
morning for Cornettsville, Kentucky,
where they will visit Mr, Fred Harris
and childeu for two weeks.
1 McLeod. .Mrs. Wayne Battle, Mrs.
Harry Rotha, , Mis. Felix Stovall
'Mrs, Kenneth Ferguson, Mrs
' Sammy Duvall, Mrs. Clifford Lupton
Mrs. Henry Davis, Miss Edith Byrd,
vtMiss Tillie Rotha, Miss Louise Fry,
sMiss Jewel Hipps, Miss Elizabeth
u Ray, and Miss Susie Fisher, The tea
'guests were Mrs. Walter Ferguson,
Mrs. I'uil Ilenry, and Miss Daisy
Miss Elizabeth Henry was hostess
at a lovely bridge party and miscel
laneous shower last Thursday after
noon entertaining at her home on the
v.' Dellwood Road in honor of Mrs
i ' Wayne Battle, who before her recent
o; marriage was Miss Anna Jean Plott
. The home was arranged with a pro-
, fussion of spring iiowers, Mrs. Ken
. neth Fengusoii won tlie prize for the
highest score and Miss Elizabeth Ray
cut the consolation prize. The guest
of honor received a shower of attrac-
, tive gifts. A color note of green and
; "white was used in the ice cburso
which was served after the games.
' The guests included Mrs. Battle,
.Mrs. Robert McLeod, Mrs Felix
i; Stovall, Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson, Mrs.
j; Bob Coin, Mrs. Sammv Duvall, Mrs.
, Harry Rotha, Miss Edith Byrd, of
liendersonville, Miss ea Patterson,
Miss Elsie Smatheis, Miss Susie Fish
ier, and Miss Elizabeth Ray, Tea
- guests were Mrs. G. C. Plott, Mrs.
Clifford Lupton, Mrs. A. F, Ledbetter,
S Mrs, Fred Henry, Miss Babe Welch,
' ; Miss Louise Moody, and Miss Mary
Pauline Plott. ".
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iw.4S0.VS ATTEND MEET
V ' JNG AT ROCKY MOUST
. Dr. J, R. McCracken, Grand High
; l'riest of the Grand Chapter of. Royal
; v 'Arch Masons, left Tuesday for Rocky
.Mimmt to preside at the annual con
; location of that order on Wednesday
i land Thursday, Rev. Albert New,
;! prand Chaplain, Mr. Bill Coble, Mr.
.i . Troy Wyche, Mr. Lawrence Green,
, :, nd Mr. Devere Medford, of Clyde (
j ire also attending this meeting.
Miss Charlotte Hatcher left last
week for a visit to her homo in Dunn.
North Carolina. Miss Hatcher will
letiirn to Lake Junaluska for the
Mr. and Mrs. S. . E. fonnatser left
i t '.veeh for their home in Scvicr
ville, Tennessee, where th ?y will s-pond
tha' summer. Mr.. Connatser is prin
cipal of the East Waynesville school-
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Siler and
.children, Fniily and Betty, and Mrs. J.
K. Boone' have returned from Durham
Mrs. Cliff Dixon, i
Mr, Cliff Dixon.
: Mrsi Helen Pec'; and family, of
Ha'.elweod, have mo-.M to the .Stent;:
residence at Lake .Innfh;sk.i where
tlvev-will- make their heme this summer.'-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meade return
ed to their, home on Meade street, last
Friday after spending the winter in
ITngood, South Carolina and Miami,
Mrs. Scott Schulhofer and children
of Aiken, South Carolina, have avriv
pd in Waynesville and will be guests of
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Schuihof.'r this
M r, Ward Kirkpa'ctvc't snent last
week-end as the puest of his grand
mother, Mrs. Lorena Rogers, at Crab
tree. '.:..'.'' ,. '.:'. ''
Mrs, F. Homes, of Rpartsn'iu-?, is
visiting Mrs. X. L. Kirknatrick and
other relatives in Wavnesville and
Mrs. John Phelps and children,
Betty and Bobbv. of Atlanta, Georgia,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.G. A.
Campbell, of Maggie.
. '. .''."
Miss Dorothy McCracken went to
SylVa Tuesday to spend the rest of
the week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bridges and
Mrs, Genie Jones spent Friday in
Asheville visiting friends and rela
Mr. Joe Welch returned last week
from an extended trip through Flor
Mrs. J. R. Thomas,
Campbell, and Mrs. K.
Monday in Asheville.
Mrs. R. R.
. Com spent
Mr. Rufus Siler, Mr. Wallace Black
well, and Mr. W. O. Goode spent
Tuesday in Asheville.
Mrs. Cleveland Kirkpatrick and
Miss Robena Miller were Asheville
Miss Elizabeth Henry .-.pent last
week-end in Hendersonville as the
guest of Miss Edith Byrd.
Dr. J. F. Abel and Dr. O. T. Alex
ander spent Tuesday at Lake Raburn,
Mr. J. C. Haynes, of Clyde, spent
Wednesday in V aynosville on busi
ness. Dr. and Mrs. O. T. Alexander have
a:: their guest Mrs. Alexander's niece,
little Miss Betty Stein, of Charlatte.
Dr. and Mrs. N. M. Medford and
two children, Bebe and Phil, spent
last week-eml fishing at Cataloochee.
Miss Sara Jane Walker is spending
several weeks in Charlotte visiting
bar aunt, Mrs. Lawrence Coin.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Davis haw as
their guest Mrs. Davis' r.isce, Miss
Jessie McCracken, of Clyde.
Among tjie visitors here Friday
were Messrs. C. B. McCracken and
Herman Greene, of Fines Creek.
Mr. G. N. Henson, of Asheville,
flpent Friday in Waynesville on bus
Among the visitors in town Satur
day were Messrs. J. T. Rogers, J. B.
Best, and Hugh Best, of Crabtree.
Mr. Jerry Rogers and Mr. Jack
West, of Clyde, were visitors in Way
Mrs. Charles Brown, of Clyde, spent
Monday shopping in Waynesville.
Mr. J. H. Gossett, of Medford Farm,
was a visitor here Thursday.
Mr. M. L. Shipman, of Raleigh,
visited Waynesville last week.
Mr. Homer V, Cagle was a visitor
here from Clyde Thursday.
Mr. J. B. Best, of Crabtree, was a
visitor here Friday.
Mr. Hugh Peiiland, of Pigeon, spent
Friday in Waynesville.
Mr. Charles B. McCrary, of Fines
Creek, was a Waynesville visitor Fri
Mr. W. A, Moore was here
Mr. J. R. Terrell, of Clyde, speni
Friday here on business.
0. E. S. HAS INTERESTING MEET
ING A very interesting meeting of the
Waynesville Chapter No. 165 Order
Eastern Star was held Thursday, May
nineteenth, at the Masonic Temple.
Mrs. Minnie K. eLwis, of Esther
Chapter No. 12, Asheville, together
with a degree team composed of mem
bers of Biltmore No. 38, Esther No.
12, and Asheville No. 191, were in
charge of this meeting.
The chapter room was very artis
tically decorated with spring flowers.
The exemplification of the degree
work was put on in a very beautiful
and impressive manner. Music was
furnished by Mrs. Mamie Howie, or
ganist, and Mrs. Leola Byerly and
Miss Lillian Kearney, soloists.
L'nder the good of the order, Mrs.
Hilda Simons', Worthy Matron, of
Waynesville No. 165, made an ad
dress of welcome to visiting members
and commended Mrs. Lewis and the
degree team on their splendid work.
Mrs. Lewis also made an interesting
There were 39 visiting members and
30 local members present, After the
meeting refreshments were served
consisting of punch and cake.
FORMER HIGH SCHOOL
ROYS WIN HONOR AT DUKE
Mr. Joe Shackford has the distinc
tion of being elected president of the
Junior Class of Duke University. Mr.
Shackford also won a letter on the
Duke Track Team which took second
place in the Southern Conference
Air. Fred Crawford, sophomore at
Duke, is an outstanding athlete, hav
ing won a letter in football, he also
holds a record for the javelin throw
on the track team.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Withers, Mrs.
Thomas M. Seawell, and Miss Anne
Seawell are leaving this week-end tt
spend a few days in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Withers will return the
first of next week accompanied by their
daughter, Miss Hester Anne ithers,
who has been attending Agnes Scott
College, and their son, Mr. Ernest
Withers, Jr., who has been in Atlanta
for the past several weeks visiting
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Miss Maude Terrell has returned
to her home on Walnut street after
a three weeks absence. For two weeks
Miss Terrell was assistant County
Supervisor in Avery County. ' Last,
week she motored to Raleigh with Mis
Mary Logan, of West Asheville. Miss
Logan and. .-Miss Terrell were shown
many '.ocial courtesies while guests of
the hitter's cousin. Miss Mary Anne
Vaughn, on West Park Drive.
Mi s. J.H. Way, Miss Virginia Welch
and: Miss' Mary Stringfield are leaving
today to attend the commencement exercise.-',
at Salem College in Winston
Salem. They will be joined in Win
ston by Miss Babbie Way, who is
student at Salem, and Visit in other
Eastern cities before returning.
: The following friends from Crab
attended the funeral of Mr. Claude
Haynes in Waynesville Monday: Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Justice, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. W L. Bradsh-w.
Mr, F. W. Messer, and Mr. G. P. Mcs
ser. .Mr. and Mrs. Francis Massio nre
spending sometime as guests of the
former's parents, Mr. anil Mrs. T. N.
Massie, at their homo on Pigeon
street. Mr. Francis Massie is con
valescing from a recent operation at
the Haywood Countv Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tate, of Lake
land, Florida, have arrived in Way
nesville to spend the summer with rel
Miss Thomasine Stringfield spent
last week-end in Asheville as the
guest of Miss Carolina Ward.
Mr. R S Lafferty, of High roint,
and Mr. R. D. Hildebrand, of Ahse
viile, ere spending this week in Way
nesville in the interest of Senator
Cameron Morrison. They are guests
at the LeFaine Hotel.
Mr. R. H. Harris and Mr
Watkins have completed tVe
of the Champion
dam at Sunburst and !ef- i
for their home in Birmin?;
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