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lnAY, OCTOBER 6, 1932
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL I
: f PHONE 137 1
rTTnaynesof Canton was i p. A. R MEETING NEXT WEEK I MRS inrmpn p. uneTrC(,
' ffaynesville Monday. V The October meeting of the Daugh-
hBong l" Mr a. D. Downs.
,-isitors from Clyde
and Mr. C.
A. I. u"'T..ji
rfClyd" spentMonday in town.
B r Gos ett of Medford Farm
N on business Monday.
the visitors he
. r.A-oatrick of Canton
ls.;t Wednesdayin Waynesville.
j mis W, C. Kirkpatrick
and ev;il visitors
lmJ. were .-. :
t last Wednes-
0f tann oH.--
Cmathprs of Canton spent
i A-illil J'" v . T
nesday shopping in wsynes-
i r, Osborne of Clyd? was a
r here Thursday.
the visitors here from Crab
TMirsdav were Messrs. J. B.
M B. n"gien R"u "
j A Collins of Clyde made a
iMs trip w iir"m"v
p f Rogers and Mr. F. A. Jus-
Kvere nere num -
Gene Sutton of Cove Creek
Monday in waynesvmc.
. nnH -Taints
ssrs. Loim'u r..:iT
of Canton were ""y""""5
A. G. Baldwin was here from
Aaron Prevost, Mr. Dave Fel-
Mr Rav Coble, ana mr. .nm
motored to Uhapei -nm "i
to attend the Carolina-Vanaer-
J, P. Beam returned Sunday
week's visit to her former
in .Gaffn:y, South Carolina.
Carl Underwood, son of Mrs. R.
Uerwood, left last week to etner
College in Raleigh.
Us Mary and Alice Strmgheld
last week-end visiting inenas
nverse Lonege, opmKui"6
R. N. Barber returned Friday
a month's business trip through
Clara Kelier left Tuesday for
r,. r. , 1 1
ome m M. retersourg, riuriua
a two weeks' stay at the home of
d Mrs. Zack Massey. .
Thomas M. Seawell ' arrived
(lav from Clinton for a few
visit, Mrs. Seawell and their
ter, Anne, will accompany him
return to Clinton where they
bake their home in the future.
Jack Way motored to Winston,
last week-end to visit her
bter. Miss Babbie Way, who is
flent at Salem College.
Felix Stovall made a business
i Sarasota, Florida last week-
and Mrs. Massev of Atlantic
?ew Jersey arrived last Sunday
hi a week with their nephew,
acK .viassey, and other relatives
W. W. Davis has returned from
M weeks' trio through the
and Mrs. Rnfns Rilor and Mrs.
B"one returned Saturday from
'is. visit to Durham.
E. L. liinton soent last week-
siting friends in Raleigh. .
and Mrs. R.L. Prevost had as
guests Monrlav Mr Prevnat's
Pt'Rey. Robert Prevost, and Mrs.
ft of Andrews.
and Mrs. FA
ter, of Laurens, S. C, and Mrs.
I Durham and snn nf firavcrs.
Pent last week-end with rela
near here. :
S-WER REUNION IS HELD
farmer reunimi wn. Tilrl at.
e of Sam Gibson on Sunday
- .oige crowd of relatives and
! we present.
and Mrr. 0. H. Viall of Bar-
le Kentuplcv fw, :4f
t.a ... Jt 1111 ICQlUCUtO
Fam h spentlast week-end at
?fjhf- John Smathers had as
tue?t.s in t ...
Fnv ,'a weeK-ena Mr. ana
!"1 orwnnH -ari.:
ne Annimnj. ; l. ll J
"friend and aTe remembered by
orH i ' o?,her sister. Mrs, A.
s "i hick
fc ?nl M,rs- wl Smathers and
thpi, l matheifs have return
Cy'lfc1 in Atlantic City,
e, 77 .tter a week's visit to
' 1,1 'lynesville.
j ters of the American Revolution will
De neia next Wednesday afternoon,
October 12, at 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs.
V. L. Hardin at her home on Main
The leader of the program for this
meeting will be Mrs G. L.Hampton, of
Canton, and her subject will be
"Keep America American."
HUSBANDS' PARTY TONIGHT
The members of the Community
Club will be hostesses tonight at their
'Husbands' Party" at the Waynesville
Country Club. This is an annual so
cial event of the club and is always
anticipated with great pleasure.
Mr. S. B. Rennicker left last wppW
'or his home in Charleston, South
Carolina after spending the summer
Mrs. W. T. Hannah and Mrs. J. W.
Ray were Asheville visitors Wednesday.
DISTRICT MEETING OF FEDER
The district meeting or Federated
Clubs will be held next Monday. Oc-
tober 10, at Cullowhee. A number of
members trom the three federated
clubs of Waynesville the Community
Club, Woman's Club, and Civic League
are planning to attend this meeting
Dr. and Mrs. 0. T. Alexander and
Mrs. Alexander's mother, Mrs. Free
and, left Sunday for a week's visit
to relatives in Richmond, Virginia.
Mrs. Ed B ranson, Mvs. II. A. Ileldpr.
Mrs. Kirk of Cant.cn attended the
meeting of the Waynesville Commu
nity Club on Monday afternoon.
Mrs. J.J. Stone of Andrews visited
friends in Waynesville Monday.
Mrs; J.R.Hipps left last week to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Hallett Ward,
and Mr. Ward, at their home in Rich
wood, West Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Maxwell, of
Atlanta, Ga., who spent the week-end
with Mr. Maxwell's mother, Mrs. A.
M. Maxwell, in Hazelwood, left Mon
day for their home. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bowles, who
have spent several weeks here as the
guests of their sisters, Misses Grace
and Julia Bowles, left last week for
their home in Miami, Florida.
Mrs. Frank Bell and Mrs. Carol Bell
returned Friday, from a two weeks'
visit in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
DR. WALKER TO PREACH AT
Dr. R. P. Walker, pastor of the
Presbyterian church of this city, will
preach at Francis Cove chapel on Sun
day afternoon, October 9th, at 2:30
The public is invited to attend.
Mrs. Bill Clark and Mrs. George
Semmes, who have been visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ray, for
the past several weeks, left Sunday
for their respective homes in Tarpon
Springs and Jacksonville, Florida.
They were r.ccompanied by Mr. Clyde
Ray, Jr., who will return to Way
nesville the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs, D.M. Bradham and
son, Mr. Donaldson Bradham, of Roan
oke, Virginia, were recent guests of
Mrs. Bradham's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. J. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moody return
ed Sunday from a motor trip through
the Great Smokies and to Richmond,
Virginia. They returned by way of
Charlotte where they visited friends
for ai few days.
Mrs. Tom Lee, Jr., Mrs. J. L. Wil
liams, and little Jean Rotha motored
to Weaverville over the week-end for
a short, visit with Mrs, Ruth Rotha,
who is studying at Weaver. College.
Mrs. S. T. Neal and Mrs. Jimmie
Nerd spent last week-end visiting in
Reidsville and Winston-Salem,
A TTEND DISTRICT O. E. S. MEET
ING The following members of the Way
nesville Chapter No. 165 Order East
orn Star attended the district meeting
in Hendersonville last Friday: Mrs.
t.rel Bradley Mrs. Mabel Robinson,
Mrs. Minnie Coble, Mrs. Ruth Burgin,
Mrs. Adah Palmer, Mrs, Ellen Mc
R one, Mrs. Precious Campbell, Mrs.
Marian Hyatt, Mrs. Grace Queen,
Mrs; Mary Oakes, Mrs, Edna McGee,
Mrs. Louise Leatherwood, Mrs. Hilda
Simons, Mrs. Jessie Davis, Mr. Jairvis
Campbell, Mr. J. M. Newton.
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
Minnie K. Lewis, district deputy of
the 12th district. Mrs, Marjorie Ho
gan, worthy grand , matron, Mrs,
George R. Bennettee, worthy grand
patron and Mrs. MaryC. Weatherly,
grand secretary, were also present.
The address of welcome was made
by Mrs. Chella Yoeman, worthy ma
tron of Hendersonville and the re
spense was given by Mrs Hilda
S mons, worthy matron of, Waynes
ville. v , ' ' ,. , . ,. ,
Each chaper in tin. district had a
part in the program the Waynesville
chapter exemplified the ballot.
At 6 p. m. supper was served m
the dining room of the Methodist
LEGION AUXILIARY 1
MEETS NEXT WEEK
The regular monthly meeting of
the American Legion Auxiliary will
be held next Monday evening, Octo
ber 10. at 7:30 o'clock, nt the Ma
sonic Temple. ,
Hostesses will be Mrs. .1. Harden
Howell, Mrs. R. J. Hyatt. Mrs. J. r.
Abel, and Mrs. E. B.Camp.
MKd. WII.FORD RAY HOSTESS
Mrs. J. Wilford Ray was charming
hostess to the members of the Monday
afternoon bridee club and their hus
bands and a few additional guests last
-uonaay evening when she entertained
with four tables of bridge.
The home was artistically arranged
with vases of mixed flowers in bril
liant fall shades. At the conclusion
of the game Mrs. Diana Schoolored
received a lovely piece of pottery as
holder of high score among the ladies
and Mr. Frank Bll received the gen
tlemen s high sco-e prize. The hos
tesses served a delightful salad course.
Those playing were: Mr. and Mrs.
Carol Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. White, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Colkitt, Mrs. Diana Shoolbred,
Mr. and Mrs. William Kimberly of
Aheville, Mrs. Wilson Perron, Miss
Wilda Crvfords and Mr. Wilford
DISTRICT MEETISG OF MUSIC
CLUB WILL BE HELD SATURDAY
The sixth annual meeting of the
Western District of North Carlina
Federation of Music Clubs will be
held next Saturday, October b, at
Among those from the Waynesville
club who are olanning to go to this
meeting are: Mrs. L. M. Richeson. Mrs.
Lawrence Green, Miss Nancy Killian,
Miss Frances Robeson, Mrs. Fred
Martin, Miss Mildred Crawford, Mrs.
Joseph Johnson, Mrs. Canl Be!!, Miss
Ida Jean Brown, Mrs. E.B. Camp, Mrs.
J. W.Reed, Mrs. Lucile Foy, and Miss
SuP Willard Lindsley.
A splendid program is being pre
pared by the program committee and
it is hoped that the entire membership
of the Waynesville Music Club will
be able to attend.
MRS. HYATT TO ATTEND U. D. C.
Mrs. Will Hyatt, district director
of the United Daughters of the Con
federacy, will share honors with Mrs.
William E. R. Byrne, of Charleston,
West Virginia, president general of
the National oganization, Mrs, Glenn
Long, of Newton, president of the
North Carolina division, and Mrs. J.
Dolph Long, of Graham, member of
the Maury committee, at a dinner
which will be given in Asheville at
the George Vanderbilt Hotl on
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock.
All U. D. C. in the district or any
others interested to hear the short ad
dress by Mr.'. Byrne and the program
of the evening are invited to attend
the dinner provided they make reser
vations with the hotel management.
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt, vice chairman of
the Democratic organization of this
district, motored to Raleigh last Fri
lay where she spoke at a.' luncheon
confeienee of the stat 3 executive
committee. Sh was a ceo in pan iod by
Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan, who visited
her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Christopher Crittvnd-in, in Chapel
Hill, and Mr. Dave Hyatt and Mr.
Lee Davis, who visit;;:! in Durham end
COMMUNITY CLUB HAS INTER
ESTING MEETING THIS WEEK
The Community Club held its ini
tial meeting of the ensuing year on
Monday afternoon in the club rooms
cn Main street, with the president,
Mrs. Ben Colkitt, presiding and ap
proximately forty members and guests
The business session was taken up
with interesting reports from the va
rious officers and department and com
mittee chairmen. Among these was
the report of Miss Carolina Altstaet
'er, chairman of the Garden Depart
ment, who in her report gave a short
account of the two flower shows spon
sored by the club. Other chairmen
outlined their work for the coming
Mrs. J. Howell Way wa? elected a
delegate to-the district meeting to be
held in Cullowhee on October 10, with
Miss Alice Quinlan as the alternate.
AH members were urged to attend.
, Mrs. Colkitt introduced and welcom
ed the new members of the club who
were present. She also introduced the
following visitors, who made short
talks: Mrs, Helder, president of the
Woman's Club of Canton, Mrs. Bran
son, and Mrs. Kirk, also members of
the same club, Mrs. C. F, Kirkpat
rick, president of the Woman's Club,
of Waynesville and Mrs. W. H. Luther,
president of the Civic League. The
members of the Canton club extended
an invitation to those present to their
meeting the following day in Canton,
at which time Miss Margaret Sorell
Gibson, a former president of the
State Federation of" Women's Clubs,
would address them on "Parliamentary
Mrs. J. M. Long paid a tribute to
Mrs. Thomas M. Seawell, secretary of
the club who is shortly leaving Way
nesville and the members gave her a
rising vote of thanks in appreciation
of her services to the club.
The meeting was then turned over
to Miss Alice Quinlan, chairman of
the program, who introduced the
speaker of the afternoon, Mrs. David
Tillett, of Andrews, the district pres
ident, who made a splendid address on
the activities of the work of the gen
eral federation of state organizations
and the work possible for the local
club to undertake. She also told very
interestingly of the Seattle Conven
tion. At the conclusion of her rd
dress, Miss Charlotte Hatcher, direc
tor of music in the Township School,
played a piano solo, a waltz by Dvorak.
A social hour followed with tea
and sandwiches served by the '"allow
ing hostesses:: Mrs. Jerry Colkitt,
Mrs. Robert L. Coin, Miss Alice Quin
'an, Mrs, Sam - Plott, and Mrs. T.
J Lenoir Gwyn.
U. Z. C. MEETING TOMORROW
- The October meeting of the United J
Daughters of the Confederacy will be
held tomorrow afternoon, October 7,
with Mrs. R. N. Barber at her home
on Love Lane, at 3 o'clock.
As this is one of the most important
meetings of the year, all members are
.equested to be present. Report wiM
given of last years work and plan's
for this year will be discussed.
MRS. CAMP ENTERTAINS OLD
Mrs. E. B. Camp entertained at
luncheon on Tuesday some old friends
she had not seen for years. They
were Mrs. Clifford Hewitt of Shanghi,
China, Mrs. Lizzie Sharp of St. Davids,
Pennsylvania, Mr. Sam J. Bueck of
Jonestown, Pennsylvania, and Mr.
Robert Rudd of Lykes, Pennsylvania,
lhey were en route to Murphy to
visit their nephew, Mr. Hurony
mus Bueck, superintendent of the
Murphy Public Schools, and were then
planning a trip through the Great
Smoky Mountains National Park, then
through Virginia, visiting friends en
route. The expressed themselves as
being charmed and amazed at the
beauty of this wonderful section of
I LANS FOR YEAR'S WORK DIS
CUSSED AT CENTRAL P. T. A.
The Parent Teachers' Association
of the Central Elementsfry School
neld its regular monthly meeting on
last Tuesday evening. The attend
ante, in spite of unfavorable weather,
Plans were discussed for raising
money for the year's project, one of
which was a Hallowe'en Carnival to
be given on October 28.
DATE CHANGED FOR NEEDLE
DLEWOItK GUILD INGATH
ERING The day for the ingathering of gar
ments lor the needy of the community
by the Waynesville Needlework Guild
has been changed from October 12 to
Thursday, October 13.
All members are asked to have their
contributions ready by Wednes
day afternoon, October 12 or
Thursday morning, October 13, so that
they may be collected by the directors
and taken to the Swift building op
posite the Hotel Waynesville where
they will be sorted and arranged and
put on display for the inspection of
interested persons Thursday after
noon, at 2 o'clock.
Work week for the guild organiza
tion throughout the nation will be
October 10 to 15, inclusive, and dur
ing that time Americans who have
means will contribute millions of
warm, practical garments to allevinte
s uttering by cold anvmg those who
have little or nothing.
Every sort of article of wearing
apparel or household linen is accep
table in the guild work. But it is
obvious that warm, durable, practical
articles are in greatest demand during
the cold winter and a national request
has been made that rto silk underwear
or hose be Contributed,
The need for garments for school
children is especially great. The guild
will make every effort to fill the need.
Wai m underwear for both children
and adults; overaHs and work shirts
for men and boys; warm sleeping
garments; sweaters, shoes; anything
that will keep undernourished bo;ies
from suffering with the biting , Cold,
will be welcome.
For the bedridden, warm blankets
and fresh sheets that they may at
least know the comfort of Cleanli
ness instead of the unsanitary coarse
ness of a ba.re, straw mattress, are in
For infants, flannelette gowna and
slip; woolen shirts, sacques and boot
cs, so that no mother need clothe her
bnby in flour sacks as w.:s the case
last year until garments from guild
Let every man, woman and child in'
Wayn?villev Hazelwood1, and Lake
Junaluska who is able to do to, make
some contribution to the guild ingath
ering so that its supply of garments
will be sufficient to last until spring.
Two new, clean garments joined to
grther is all that is necessary for
membership in this worthwhile organ
ization. Any director will be glad to
receive your articles if you are not al
ready a member of some directorate.
Tho Waynesville Guild is composed
of Wfc.ynesville, Lake Juniluska and
Hazelwood -with the following direc
tors: Mrs. T. . Lenoir:. Gwyn, " Mil's
Alice Quinlan, Miss Carolina Altsteat
ter, Mrs. J. M. Long, Mrs. Paul Walk
er, Mrs. J. P. Dicus, Mrs. L N. Davis,
Mrs. T, L. Blalock, Mrs, Frank Fer
guson, Miss Janie Tucker, Miss Daisy
Bovd, Mrs. : Dewey Nr)la:id, and Miss
Lois ' Harrold,
The public is cordially invited to
view the display of garments at the
Swift building Thursday afternoon at
which time tea will b-; sreved by the
". "' ', ;
The Massey reunion will be held
next Sunday, October 9, at Hot
Springs, N.C. All relatives are asked
to come and bring lunch.
JUNALUSKA P. T. A. MEETING
The Parent-Teachers' Association
of Lake Junaluska Elementary School
will hold its regular monthly meeting
next Tuesday evening, October 11, at
the school building. All parent ?.d
teachers are asked to bi present;
Mr. F. E. Alley, Mr. F. E. Al.vTy,
Jr., and Mr. Hayes Allry attended the
Carolina-Vanderbilt game in Chapel
Hill last week-end. . ,
Mr. Boiling Hall, who has a position
with the New York Produce Shipping
Board in New York City, arrived last
Saturday. He is spending this week
nt the LeFaine Hotel.
M. E. Conference
Meets This Week
Schoolmaster: "Now I want you to
tell me which of those words are sin
gular and which are plural. Tompkins,
you may take the first, 'trousers'."
Tompkins : (after deliberation) :
"Singular at the top, and plural low
er down, sir,' The Log. .
The Blue Ridge Atlantic cenfer
nce of the Methodist Episcopal church
will meet in Walkertown Thursday
morning, October 6th. The Rev. C.
C. Benton pastor of the local church
here will be in attendance as will
other ministers and members of that
church. Mr. Benton reports that he
will be able to go ,to the conference
with all claims and pledges paid in
full. His church has added to its
membership mor than 100 new mem
bers during the past year or since Mr.
Benton accepted the pastorate of the
According to reports the Sunday
School attendance has averaged more
than two hundred each Sunday. This
ie aid to be by far the best report
of church and Sunday School work
the church has ever made.
Canton and Beaverdam township
with one accord, hope Mr. Benton will
be returned to this place.. His work
has been highly pleasing not only to
his congregation, but to the entire
community where he has worked and
is known. Dr. Benton is a forceful
and able minister as his work has
shown, he is popular with all classes
Democrats In ;
An active campaign in Haywood
county is expected to get under way
this week. On last Thursday night
in Waynesville tlie active leaders met
and opened headquarters in the Chrest
George building on Mahi Street.
Cordell Russell chairman of the
county executive committee stated
yesterday that headquarters will be
opened from now until after th elec
tion in November. A stenographer
has been employed, and other young
and active party leaders are lending
their time to the cause. From time
to time, according to chairman Russell
rallies' will be held, and every effort
will be made to poll the largest party
vote ever cast in the county.
Robert R. Reynolds -candidate for
the United States Senate and other
prominent speakers, some from other
tates, will be invited to make speeche
in Haywood county. .
and denominations, ' he is needed in
Canton' and this paper hopes he will
be returned to this field.
New Fall Merchandise
New Low Prices
"Where Quality Reigns"
I want to get this message across to you. Prices
are as low as your farm products. We arc selling
our stuff too cheap. All we can do is sell as cheap
as you have to and we arc all even.
One lot of new, all wool hand tailored JjQ jJQ
One lot winter weight new Homespun t A 7C
suits, two pants J;JL7f tl
All men's $5.00 Stanley Trousers
Men's New Stetson
Men's $5.00 Worth
Men's Goodyear Welt Calf Oxfords
only . . . . . . . . .
Men's Work Shoes I1 QQ
Priced at Dl.D7
Hoys' Sheepskin lined Coats
only ..... . ........ . . ... . .
Twelve pound winter union suits
only . . . . ...... ..... . . , .
Fast colored prints . . . . .
36-Inch broadcloth .
35c Gingham ..........
Eight ounce bed ticking
Ladies and misses coats
$2,95 To $29.50
Misses dresses in good silk crepe . .
Ladies' dresses in all new styles d0 Q
start at ..... ....... J
Red Goose shoes for children are of solid leather
and stand the weather
from . . , . ....... . . ..... .
a ki a vr V
98c To $295
Ladies bed room slippers . . . dJQ
j Women's new pumps, (t QQ lQ QC
straps and oxfords dLjJ To tDjtj
Things are looking up and our people will always
get along so buy your needs and don't worry.
'Where Quality Reigns"