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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL
1 a MfClamrock or
" , Saturday visiting in
i?iiall of Canton
... re last week-end.
t.,rrqrlcen of Fines
u' " r.jav in Waynesville,
nie McCracken of Crab
' ..jav shoDDinz in Way-
r Medford of Canton was
fie visitors here Saturday.
Maggie Morrow of Lake Ju
shopped in Waynesville Sat-
. a,,irs here from Can-
I6 nTrt.n.( Haira
C Downs of ayde spent Sat-
r Rickman of Pigeon at-
court here Monday.
i p Fpremson f Crabtrec
in Waynesville Monday.
Mrs. Frank Caw-Hutt, or, T- t t- 1 a .
HarL-in f r 3- Among tne recent arrivals at the
Harkins of Canton were W aynesville I hotel Waynesville is Miss Julia Park
u- of Fort Myers, Florida.
Mr. Jerry Roger
Monday in town.
of Clyde spent!
Mr. H. A. Osborne of Canton was
a visitor here Monday.
Mr. James Kirkpatrick was here
from. Clyde Monday.
Mr. Taft Ferguson waa a visitor
here from Crabtree Monday.
Mr. Dave Harris, city tax collec
tor for the Town of Canton, spent
Monday in Waynesville.
Among the visitors here from Can-
ilr. and Mrs. L. E. Hamrick, Miss
Mildred Davis, and Miss Kate Phillips
spent bunday picnicking at Cataloo
Mr. Samuel B. Ranneker of Charles
ton, South Carolina has arrived to
spend the summer and ;s a guest at
the Hotel Waynesville.
Mr. Sam Fitzgerald of Waynesville
and Miss Katherine Penland of Med.
ford Farm motored to Biltmore Sun
day. They were accompanied through
Biltmore Forest and to the Rrecreation
laric oy Misses Dorothy Lytle and
k West was among the vis.
from Clyde Monday.
B. Rogers of Crabtree spent
Mrs. D. R. McCracken were
ivilie visitors Monday.
to. W. Baucom is leaving today
L'k's visit to Raleigh. He will
services on next Sunday at
gw church near Raleigh, his
home. His daughter, Miss
Jh Baucom, will accompany him
Mti-Salem where she will, visit
for a week.
r.d Mrs. J. P, Dicus returned
from a brief visit, to Prince
ktkins Shaekford returned to
e in Charlotte Tuesday after
visit to Mr. and Mrs, James
ty of young people were de-
r entertained last week-end at
fc of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee, Jr.
balsam. In the party were:
f Mrs, William Kimborly of
Ic, Miss Virginia Davis, Miss
Moody, Miss Margaret Al
iss Martha Mock. Mr. Georire
fir. Pete Pattern, Mr. Charles
Mr. June Smathers, and Mr.
j? of Atlanta. .
? the visitors here this week
hathan were: Messrs. R. V.
R.T. Boyd, Nathan Cavver.
ton Monday were Messrs, S.M. Rob-'Marion Pressley, both of Biltmore.
inson, R. B. Overton, S. H, Justice, 1
and Arch Russell.
Mr. Carter Osborne of Clyde attend,
ed court in Waynesville Tuesday.
Mr. J. B. Best of Crabtree was a
visitor here Tuesday.
Among the visitors here Tuesday
were Messrs. F. A Justice, G. C. Pal
mer, A. C. Walker, and M. H.Ferguson
Mrs. Ellen McCracken of Crabtree
shopped in Waynesville Tuesday.
Mr. J. B. James and Mr. Hugh Best
of Crabtree were among, the visitors
Among the visitors here from Clyde
Tuesday were Dr. H. B. Osborne, Mr.
Hugh Rogers, and Mr. George Rogers.
Mr. Edison E. Collins of Canton
spent Tuesday in Waynesville on bus
Messrs. M.M. Kirkpatrick, W. B.
Noland, Homer Rogers, R. M. Mc.
Cracken. and J. R. Redmond were
among the Fines Creek visitors here
Mr. John Noland of
Tuesday in town.
Mr, Crom Cole of Canton
Tuesday in Waynesville.
Mr. C, T. Noland and Mr. Homer
Noland of Crabtree were visitors
Mr. J. R. Sheffield of Pigeon was
a visitor here Tuesday.
Mr. R. Winfield of Canton
Tuesday here on business.
I Miss Bessie Boyd returned Monday
fioni a three weeks' trip to New York
City1, New England, and Canada.
Miss Boyd made the trip with a
friend from Bakersville, North Caro
lina. Miss Elizabeth Henry, Miss Mary
Mary Pauline Plott, and Miss Edith
Byrd of Hendersonville spent last
week-end in Sylva as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Battle.
Mrs. Charles Badgett, Sr. and Miss
Katherine Badgett, who spent sev
eral days last week at the LeFaine
Hotel, left Saturday for their home
in Richwood, West Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dickey and
children of Sweetwater, Tennesse will
arrive Saturday for a visit to Mrs.
Dickey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Lee. at their home on the Fairview
Mr. T. M. Troy of St. Petersburg.
Florida is spending the summer at
the Hotel Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson re
turned to their home in Savannah
Georgia Saturday after a three weeks'
stay in Waynesville. They were ac
companied home by Mr. William
Sloan, who will be their guest in
Savannah for several days.
Miss Maggie Smith of Delray
Beach, Florida, is a guest at the Hotel
Crabtree spent I Waynesville. Miss Smith is assisting
Miss Ruth Ray at her beauty shop.
spent Mrs. Eustis Sem mes and son and
Mrs. William Colbert of Memphis,
Tennessee are spending a few weeks
at the home of Mrs. R.H.Mitiiiell on
Love Lane. Dr. Semmes and Dr.
Colbert are expected Saturday.
Miss Louise Muller, who was the
guest of Miss Hester Ann Withers
last week, left Monday for her home
in Atlanta, Georgia.
iirs. waae Hampton jiache 01
Winnsboro, North Carolina and her
son, Mr. Wade Hampton Macfie of
New York City, and Miss Rebecca
Macfie, who were guests of Mr. arid
Mrs. J.W'.Seaver last wreek, returned
to their homes Monday. Miss Maiy
Jean Macfie, who is also a guest of
the Seavers, will be here the remain
der of this week.
Honoring their niece, Miss Mary
Jean Macfie, of Winnsboro, S. C, Mr.
and Mrs. J W. Seaver entertained a
group of friends at bridge on Friday
evening. The living room where the
games w-ere enjoyed was arranged in
colorful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. S?aver
were assisted in receiving by the hon
oree and Mrs. Wade Hampton Macfie,
Sr., Miss Rebecca Macfie. of Winns
boro, S. C, and Mr. Wade Hampton
Macfie, of New York.
After several interesting progres
sions. Miss Eleanor Bushnell was
found to be the lucky holder of top
score among the girls and Miss As
kins Ivey the low score winner.
Among the men Dr. S. P.Gay was
high and Mr. Allen Smathers was low.
All four were presented with lovely
The guest list included: Miss Mary
Stringfield and guest, Miss Askins
Ivey, of Concord, Miss Isabel Fergu
son, Miss Mary Barber, Miss Virginia
Welch, Miss Helen Ray, Mis Eleinor
Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mas
sie. Dr. and Mrs. S. P.Gay, and
Messrs. James Ferguson, Ben Sloan,
Richard Barter, J;mmy N?al, X.p
Smathers, Waitar Malionee, ,md
Jimmy Carr, of St. Petcrburg, Fla.
is daxce hostess
An attractive visitor cmiplimcrted
on rriday evening was .ns-s .lean
Smith Cantrell, of Winston-Salem who
was given a dance by her hostess. Miss
Marion McDowell. The entire fi n of
the McDowell home was thrown en
suite for the occasion and effestively
decorated in quantities of summer
The young hostess was assisted in
receiving her guests by her mother,
Mrs. (. H. McDowell, and her sisters,
Mrs. J. Franklin Williams, of Point
Pleasant. N. J., and Mrs. K. E. El
more, of Durham. From a beautiiully
appointed table in the dining room,
(punch sandwiches ind cakes were
served. About 50 -of the youn col
lege set were present for the arTair.
MRS. MASSIE HONORS
Mrs. Hugh Massie was hostess on
Friday afternoon at an unusually at
tractive shower entertaining at her
home on Haywood street in honor of
Mrs. Dewey Stovall, who before her
recent marriage was Miss Julia
A wealth of lovely garden flowers
in pastel shades was used in decor
ating the home. In the dining room
the large table was covered with a
handsome Irish lace cloth and cen
tered with a" beautiful bowl of flow
ers in pink and blue shades. At this
table Mrs. Stovall and seven inti
mate friends were seated for refresh
ments served in two courses. The
other guests were at smaller tables in
the living room.
Mrs. Stovall was showered with
kitchen utensils. These were hidden
in various places over the house and
the honoree found them by following
a string. The last hiding place con
tained a. book for recipes in which
each guest later wrote a choice recipe
for the bride.
Mrs. Massie's guests were: Mrs.
Dewey Stovall, Mrs. Felix Stovall,
Mrs. W. L. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Graden
Ferguson, Mrs. J. C. Patrick, Mrs.
Rufus Siler, Mrs. J. M. Long, Mrs. R.
H. Blackwell, Mrs. James Micheala of
Durham, Mrs. William Hannah, Mrs.
Lauriston Hardin, Mrs. Bonner Ray,
Mrs. Guy Massie, Mrs. CE. Ray, Mrs.
Ernest Withers, Mrs, S. P. Gay, Mrs.
J. R.McCracken, Mrs. J. K. Boone,
Mrs. Ernest Hyatt, Mrs. C. F. Kirk
patrick, Mrs. C. C.Shell, Miss Mary
Kirkpatrick, Miss Eula Patterson,
Miss Daisy Boyd, Miss Bess Boyd, and
Miss Frances Robeson.
One dozen photograph Post Cards of
your residence made for 75c.
SMOKY MOUNTAINS PHOTO CO.
19 Depot Street
Every Evening; at 7:30 P. M.
ales Saturday, 2:30 p. m. & 7:30 p. m. t
I Diamonds, Watches and J ewelry
at your own price.
TO OUR STORE
A FREE GIFT
Kamond Ring Given Away FREE
Miss Ruth Wright is leaving Thurs
day morning by bus for. Staten Is
land, New York, Where she will spend
the summer with her aunt, Mrs. A.
M. Johnson, of Pompano, Fla., and her
cousin, Mrs. Hal M. Candle, of Staton
Island, N, Y. Miss Wright plans to
visit her brother, Jack W. -Wright, of
Norfolk, Virginia, also Mrs. E. M
Argenbright of Washington, D. C,
on her. way Up to New York. Many
friends wish her a pleasant trip,
.'.Two . attractive visitors, Miss As
kins Ivey of . Concord, who is the
guest, of Miss Mary Stringfield,: and
Miss Marion Gibbs of New York, who
is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Ray,
were complimented last Friday after
noon with a delightful bridge party
given by Miss Ray at her home on
The home was profusely' decorated
with bright summer flowers. Miss
Ray presented lovely gifts to the hon
orees and Miss Gibbs received the
prize for the highest score. Miss
Katherine Badgett received the con
After the game Miss Ray was as
sisted by her mother, Mrs. Sydie Ray,
in serving a salad course.
The guests included Miss Marion
Gibbs, Miss Askins Ivey, Miss Martha
Stringfield, Miss Mary Stringfield,
Miss Alice Stringfield, Mis3 Marietta
Way, Miss Elizabeth, Henry Mrs.
Kenneth Ferguson, Miss Jewel Hipps,
Miss Rosalyn Ray, Miss Katherine
Badgett, Miss Margaret Hyatt, Miss
Virginia Welch, Miss Martha Neal,
and Miss Martha Mock.
Mr. C. Mizell of Thomasvills spent
4.4..gMH'4"H.4' ,ast week-end with his family here.
Mrs. W". C. Garrison entertained at
three tables of bridge at her home in
Canton Monday afternoon, honoring
her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Anderson,
of Waldron, Arkansas.
i The tables were placed in the liv
ing room, where a variety of summer
flowers made an attractive setting
for the games. The high score prize
went to Mrs. Francis Massie and Mrs.
Anderson, of Pennsylvan a, sister of
of pottery as honor gift. Miss Mary
Anderson, of Pensylvania, sister of
the honoree, also received an honor
ivirs. Lrarnson was assisted in re
ceiving her guests by her daughters,
ivirs. H. Gordon Starkey and Mis.
Eleanor Garrison. A delightful ico
course was served.
The guests included Mrs. Anderson,
Miss Mary Anderson, Mrs. Francis
Massie, Miss Mary Barber, Miss Hel
en Kay, Alias Mary Stringfield. and
guest. Miss Askins Ivey of Concord,
Miss Virginia Welch, Mrs. Charies
Badgett, Jr., Miss W'ilda Crawford,
Miss Eleanor Bushnell, Mrs. Alviri
Wardand Mrs. Carolina Hyatt.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Therrul and
infant son. Frank, Jr., of Nashville,
Tennessee arrived last Friday fr a
visit to Mrs. Therrel's parents. Jf r. and
Mrs. H. F. Ashton. They wer. ac
companied by Mr, Therrel's undo, Mr.
Robert Therrel of Miami, Florida, who
spent a few days as guests of the
Ashtons before going to Richmond. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aioright anj
on, Jimmie, returned to thtir home
in Cha'rlotte bunday after a tew
weeks visit to their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J.T. Bridges and M r. and Mrs.
M. F. Albright.
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Miss Mildred Crawford hid as h-r
guests last Week-end Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Kerr of Ch wham, New
Jersey. Miss Crawford and Mrs.
Kerr were classmates in colleg. and
taught together in Porto Iiico.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Massie had
as their guest last week Mr. . Massie's
cousini Miss Margaret Short, of
Charlotte. Miss Short returned to her
home Sunday accompanied by Miss
Elsie Smathers, who will be her guest
for several days.
Mrs. Walter Dungan and daughter,
Mary Alice, of Elizabethton, Tenr.cs.
see arrived Friday for a few weeks'
visit to the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R.Q. McCracken.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Shuford of Hick
ory spent h. few days here last week
as guests of Mrs. Shuford's sisk-r,
Mrs. W. T.Blaylock.
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, Constipa.
pation. Dropsy and other chronic
diseases are often reach by natural
methods: WE TREAT THE CAUSE.
Drs. Marshal, Clyde Road, R. 3.
Canton. N. C. 4 t pd. 23-30-7-14.
ICED COFFEE WEEK
Summer Time is
lewd wbn you want it cold; hot
whan you want it hot Coffee is al
ways satisfying and refreshing.
, . 3 lbs. 50c
SNOWDRIFT 6 55c
WESSON OIL pint can 19c
N. B. C. Ion.
VANILLA Y.ik.w cimf
A D!lic:lou Vanilla Wafer , ' '
k. 15c 1 ' 15c
Bread ' Butter'
PICKLES 2 jars 35c
CATSUP 3 25c
FLOUR lona 24 lb. bag 52c
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 3 cans 19c
FAIRY SOAP 7 cakes 25c
cwJt Atlantic & IBanc
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Thougn vacaHons scatter in c family
the Telephone keeps them together
Vacation time is kaxe'anc! soon thousands. of families will
be scattering to various places to .spend their vacations.
Some will go to the', seashore, others to the Amount j'ms or
on week-end niotoi tripj; j.:t larre tiu'iilers of these
vacationists will keep -in c'c.so touch with .'. relaaves and
friends back home by telephone.
People are fast learning that it adds much to the plea
sure of their vacations and the happiness of those left at
hbme when they call back at regular intervals.
The cost is small. To most places 2.5 miles away, the
dfif station-to-station rate is about 25 cents; 75 miles,
60 cents; 100 miles, 65 cents; ISO miles, $L00. During
the evening and night periods, rates are much lower.
fefephone and Telegraph
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