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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, JUyp , l3
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL v
PHONE 137 I
Miss Edna Garrett arrived Friday
from Greensboro College to spend the
summer vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Noble Garrett. Miss Eliza
beth Garrett, who is also a student
alter attending the Senior Ball at
Staunton Military Academy in Staun
ton, Virginia, and visiting friends in
Mrs. Clyde Ray. Sr. and Mr. Clyde
Ray Jr, left Monday for a few days'
virit to Southern Pirn's. Ihey will
also, visit Mrs. Ra's daughter, Mrs.
Robert Breece, and Mr. Breece, in
Raleigh. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Dave Baker, who will visit rela
tives in the eastern part of the state
for a week.
.Misses Mildred and Wildi Crawford
had as their quests last woek-end Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Kerf, A nath
am, -New Jersey. Mrs. Kerr was an
associate teacher with Miss Mildred
Crawford during her ;Uv in Porto
Rico a few years ago.
Among the students who are ex
pected this week from the University
of North Carolina to spend the sum
mer vacation are Messrs. James and
John Queen, Albert New, Sam Bush
nell, Thomas Stringfield, and David
Mrs. W. L. McCracken attended the
commencement exercises at Weaver
College Tuesday. Her daughters, Miss
Mildred McCracken, a member of the
senior class of that school, will arrive
this week to spend the summer. I
Among the Duke University stu
dents who are expected th:- latter part
of the week are Misses Martha and
Mary Mock. Miss Martha .Stringfield,
Mr. Bob Alley, and Mr. Fred Crawford.
Messrs. Jack and Templeton Sny
der, who have been visiting their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
' Mltuvlr ' on,! thnir siimt Mrs William
Shoolhred, returned to their home -in! in Waynesville
Miss Mary Emma Massie; who has
been attending Greeneboro College, ar
livi d Thursday to spend the summer
witt. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. N.
Mr.-. Frank Hodges and infant son,
John Frank, Jr., of Providence, Rhode
Island, will arrive tomorrow to spend
the summer with Mrs. Hodges' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Richeson and
children are leaving tomorrow for a
two weeks' visit to their former home
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Lillie Harbeck was taken to
the Haywood County Hospital Monday
from an Asheville hospital where she
has been for the past several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs Roy Plott, of S'tate3
ville, spent last veek-en.i nz "Briar
Cottage," their attractive cabin near
V. -es Nell- CarapbelV-' "Babe'
Welch, and Louie Medord attended
the commencement exercises at W.
C. T. C. at Cullowhee this we.'k.
Mt i s Joe Brown, Claude Medfo-d,
and T. B. Medford were among the
visitors here from Lake Junaluska
Mrs Ca'rev SherriU and daughter,
Miss Virginia SherriU, spent Sunday
us guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis.
Mrs. William Shoolbred has as her
guest this week Miss Elizabeth Wright
Messrs. T. A. Clark and S.M. Rob
inson of Canton spent Friday in Way-
r.esville on business.
Mr, George Hampton and Mr. Edi
son Collins were among the visitors
from Canton Saturday.
l Mr. Horace Sentelle of Canton
spent Saturday in Waynesville.
Mr. S.B.McCracken of CantJn was.
among the visitors here Satuiday.
Mr. J. R. Terrell of Clyde spent
Saturday in Way ru.-mile.
Rev. R. G. McClamrock of Crabtrec
was a visitor in Waynesville Saturday.
Messrs. John Carver and Bryan
Medford of Jonathan spent Monday
Mr. James Rose arrived Monday
from Davidson College to spend the
summer vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J.C.Rose.
Mr. Owen Gudger of Asheville was a
visitor here last week.
Mr, George Smathers of Asheville
spent Monday in Waynesville.
BREAD doz. 5c
K 7c 2 doz 9c
Mr. Davis Rogers of Crabtr?e
Saturday here on business.
UNUSUAL 25c VALUES
6 !bs. 25c
SHORTENING -4 ... lbs. 25c
CampbeU's BEANS 5 cans 2Sc
" Campbell's SOUPS 3 cans 25c
3 pkgs. 25 c
ri.B. G, CRaCKEKS 6 5c pkgs 25c
'-PICKLES H'T"3 6,r 25c
Mr. Robert Cathey was anions the
visitors here from Pigeon Saturday.
Mr. Ed Green of Clyde spent Sat
urday in Waynesville on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert I'rar.l.!:r. frci
Cataloochee were here Monday.
MISS BETTY LATHAM
Little Miss Betty Lathnm, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Latham, enter
tained a numrer of her young f rien is
at a party Saturday afternoon in
ct-lebration of her sirth Vi'.thdr.y.
Numerous games wer played on
the lawn after which delightful re
freshments were served.
The smaal guests included Martha
Mae and Jane Wyeh.?, Barbara Ann
Boyd, Patsy Gwyn, Louis; Martin,
Merrie Green, Dot Miljer, .Mary I.ee
White, Patsy Davis, Thclm.i Ann
Jones, Henry Ray, Russell McLean,
Joe and Charles Way, Billy Davis,
William and "Toots" Hannah.
MRS. OSBORNE. HOSTESS .
Mrs. Elmer J. Osborne 'delightfully
entertained Friday af t ?rnoo:i at her
home cn Pi nnsylvania' Avenue in
Canton with six tables of bridge ht -oring
Miss Mar W'.'IJ, ' whosu mar
riage to Mr. George Freeman will
a prominent event of the early sum
mer. The lower floor was ensinte
with quantities of yellow anil while
spring flowers carrying out a color
scheme ot yellow and .vhit.?. At the
end of the progressions Mrs.' William
Williamson who held high score re
reived leather '-book ends. Mrs. K, 'M.
Lide . was given low score prize, a
deck of cams. The honore was pre
sented an imported cake plate. Mrs
Osborne served salad and ice courses
which further carried out the effec
tive color note.
The guests were: Mesdames Charles
Branson. V. K. Brandon, M. W. Dors-lv.-E.
M. Gier. K. M. Lide. Frank
Mease Richard Overton, H A. Os
borne. Fred T. Teden, Ralph D. Ran
dal, Earl Smith, J. E. Tate, Robert
Tucker. William Williamson, J. Li.
Reeves, .Misses MSrgaret Joyner,
Frances Cox, Fra-ices Mease, Mar
garet "Wei la, and Mary Wells. Mo
toring from Waynesville for the r.f
fair were: Mrs. Francis Massie, Mrs.
C. S. Hadgctt, Jr. Mrs. Hush Jolly,'
Miss Helen Rav, Miss France Kay,
Miss Rosaljn P.iy and Miss Wilda
MEETS NEXT WEEK
The June meeting of the Auxiliary
of the Presbyterian church will be
held next Tuesday afternoon, June 7,
at 3:IiO o'clock at the church.
RO TA RIA NS SHOWER RA INE'RS
A special feature of the weekly
Rotary luncheon on last Friday was
the linen and kitchen shower which
was given Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rainer,
whose home was recently destroyed
by fire. The wives of the Rotarians
were present for the occasion as well
as a few other guests.
Following the luncheon the board of
directors of the club consisting of
Messrs,: Bonner Ray. Ralph Nollner,
Joseph. Johnson, S.ILBushnell, W. L.
Lampkin, V. D. Smith, Ernest With
ers, and J.M. Long met and selected
the following ollicers for the ensuing
year: Mr. W. D. Smith, president;
Mr. Ralph E. Nollner, vice president :
i'nd .Mr. W.L. Lampkin, ptcretary and
MRS. HA RDIN OPEXS TEA ROOM
Mr:1. W. I., llai'din ha remoiieled
and enlarged her :ittr ictiye Tea Bivim
at her horn on Main street and is now
open for business. .
YE ,G i?;A;PEv
3 '- 25e i S C E
pkgs' O Pint 2fZ
2 v lb- BottIes ssc
pkgs. Quart Bottle, 25c
Lucky Strike. Old Gold, Chesterfield, Camel
CIGARETTES 2 Pkgs 25c
PALMOLIVE SOAP 4 cakes 25e
WALDORF TISSUE 6 roils 25c
LITTLE MISS WAY
Mrs. J. H. Way, Jr. honored her
young daughter, Marguerite, with a
party Monday afternoon in celebra
tion of her fourth biria-Jav.
After numerous ?ames and contfes.s
a lovely white birthday cake with four
pink candles was brought out ..:i the
lawn and the small guests were serv
ed ice cream and cake.
Those present were: Barbara Ann
Boyd, Patsy Gwyn, Bebe Medford,
Martha Mae and Jane Wyche, Louise
Martin, Shirlev Colvi-t. Jiy
Massie, Betsy Siler, Don Hyatt, Jack
ie Coin, Thomas Ray, i.illie ?nd
"Toots" Hannah, Bobbie Hardin, Bil
lie Davis and Jimmie TutwiLbr.
PICNIC ENJOYED AT
A delightful affair took place last
Sunday when Mr and Mrs. Thomas
Price and their guests and u number
of friends from Waynesville partici
pated in a picnic dinner at the Price's
attractive lodge on Lickstone. Among
tho:e,in the party were Mr. and Mrs.
KilbuVn of New Jersey and Miss Tay
lor of Washington, guests of Mr.
-d Mrs. Price, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Hvatt, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Prevcst,
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Gwyn, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Colkitt, Mr. and Mrs. W. F,
Swift, an.! Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Long.
VFS'C CLUB TO
i he regular monthly meeting of the
Waynesville Music Club will be held
ne-:t Saturday afternoon, June -1, at
:!:'!0 o'clock at the C'ommun.t..- tw
Mi.-s Louise Stringfield, has
been attending Fassifern School in
ieiidersinviUe, is here to spend the
summer with her parents, Mr. and
Mr.--. J. L. Stringfield.
Mr. J. Shirley Craft of Cer.-.r.i :.r-
vi'-eJ last week to assit his brother,
.Mr. Ayiitus C. Craft, at the Gordon
Hotel this summer. !
Mrs. T. H. Quinn and mother and
daughter of Birmingham, Alabama
rrrived in Waynesville this week and
wiii spend the summer at the Cleve--,vi!l
Mi'. Jasper. Moywii who -.va-"- sjruj-'
l. ! .'.'cm WjIcd. Fnie. ' olU-ge last '
yvar. har Wceiv"'! ids -l:if.-i s ,ie
groe from Duke University i,nd wi'l
arrive this week for a few days visit
with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. R.
Mwg'in, before returning to summer
Miss Patsy Hill arrived yesterday
3rom Raleigh where she has
r. en attending St. Mary's, to spend
'tie summer., with her grandmother,
Mrs. Charles R. Thomas.
Mr. Thomas Hill is expected today
from Blue Ridge school to spend the
summer vacation vsith his grand-I'o.-.her,
Mrs. Charles R.Thomas.
V D C. MEETS TOMORRO W,
The June meeting of the Umted
Daughters of the Confederacy will be
,-eid tomorrow afternoon, June d. at
f-M o'clock at the homed Mrs. John
Uueen with Mrs. W. L. Kirkpatnck
as associate host?ss.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Withers, Miss
H r Ann Withers, and Mr. Ernest
"'thtr Jr. returned Tuesday night
torn Atlanta. Miss Hester Ann
Withers has just nPJ
freshman year at Agnes Scott Col
Miss Carolyn Haynes is at home
fr.'.r Mars Hill College to spend .he
summer with her mother, Mrs. C.
MisS E"en Louise Killian is ex
pected today from Peace Institute in
Rileigh to spend the summer with her
,7arents.' Mr. and Mrs. L. M. hilhan.
Among the students from Western
farina Teachers College at Cullo
whee who came home this week are
Miss Perl Justice of Crabtree M'ss
Wil'a Bovd of Jonathan and Mr.
James Osborne of Waynesville, who
graduated this year in the fouir year
class- Miss Fannie Pearl Felmet, Miss
.Margaret Asnton, ---ein.
Miss Mae Davis of Jonothan, Miss
' T , I....'.- -,f Fines Creek. Miss
Gussie Martin, Mr Mark Ferguson ot
Hr.es Ci-eefc. and Mr. Ernest McCrack
en of Lake Junalu-ka.
"Mr. and Mrs. J. k i r
their guests on Sunday "Vtra b"
A. F. Wagner and uaurhu an'i!
Miss Mabel Bishnn ,
fV T t T
Newton attended the eon.m J'
exercises of Mars Hill rn ta
Thursday. Mr. Morgan w3-e
for a meprimr r k i ,
of which he is a Member Uus
Mr, and Mrs. James Jetir;n
son and Mr. Jennings' ,, "'"
Oncie Jennings, of
- - to tut:
ir. Ffiix j. Allev.
iney aie aiso visitni- ylt :
Alley and Mrs. Margi;ic- m '"' (
the Keller House. liv
Misses Frances Burari;: an ; r
beth Wilburn visited in "u ,
a few days attending the coir.j!
ment exercises of West..,.,, r'fe
Teachers College this v r'3
Mrs. Bryant Smith . f Canto,
spending this week in Wuvnev:i
the guest of her parer.ti,
Mrs. Jere Davis. ' ' ''
Mr. and Mrs. Rowe Henjvf
county are spending two Ve
Waynesville visiting Mr.'
brother,. Mr. Homer Heirr. .., i , ','
-elatives in this counrv.
WANT AD RATES
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first insertion; half price for subse
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for first insertion; half price for
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Minimum charge of 25c,
FOR SALE Porto Rico, Nancy Hall,
Queen of the South, Norton Yam,
and Improved Texas white, potato
plants now read at 15 cents per 100
or $1,25 per 1000 in lots of 2000 or
more Give me your orders. I can
fill them whether large or small.
Gooc; plants. Full count. Prompt
service given. G. T. Cooper, Sunny
Brook Dairy, Sylva, N. C.
?OR SALE: A 100 im-andesw
candle power electric motor '
over a mile of No. 8 rubber insi
ed weather proof copper wim
motor has never been unpac
built to order to drive 100, 12:
die light electric incandescent ii
Good for farm or milk d m or
a saw mill. Or a To to luO t
hotel. The power can be mi
practically any pi'i'-e when
lights are not burning. Will
cheap; was. ordered for a mill
was never built, on easy terms
notes pronounced good at eithe
the Waynesville banks. Allan
A. Jones, Waynesville, N'.C.
WANTED to buy 900 feet of set
hand galvanized pipe three-fot
or one inch. H. C. Wilburn, p
132-J, Waynesville, N. (',
INSURANCE For all kinds oi
surance, with reliable sorapi
see J. M. Newton, your instil
man, at the Waynesville Insui
Over The Mounta
Your Vote and Support will
I am an e-scrvice man, hav
ing served my country 7
years in the army. If nomi
nated and elected I will serve
my county to the best of my
, n th,at hs "ved among the citizens of Haywood countv
all his life and who understands the needs of this county.
A man who has a record of serving the public in an unques
tionable manner, both in private business and public affairs.
' ' , Three times Representative from this county snd in each in
stance served the people faithfully and in a most efficient manner.
WHEN YOU VOTE SATURDAY, VOTE FOR A MAN WHO
UNDERSTANDS YOUR NEEDS AND WHO WILL
DO HIS BEST TO SEE THAT THEIR
NEEDS ARE MET.
FRIENDS OF J. R. BOYD
Atlantic & PAcinc S