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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1932
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAfNKFR
Eleanor Bushnell, Editor - - ' Phone 137
' ' : -: - - rage
:-ewix; to regis for seedy
The prodin-tien committee is glad
' report tjiat the welfare sewing:
; ' '! i new equipped with machines,
v and tables and sewing- wiil be
e ! for the needy immediatly.
The machine- were loaned bv Slu-
i. r-uarmt Furniture Company and
M:u-?ie Furniture Company, anil oth
ti; equipment was furnished by indi
viduals. The cloth is being; sriven by
the National Red Cross. This ma
terial has been delayed somewhat.
in we are expecting; it a:.y day.
UVaiv nrg;ins that the women of
this city and section volunteer their
n-rviees to make these clothes,
riease do not wait to be a.-ked just i
ome to the Welfare Sewing; Room en,
the second floor of the court house and I
say. "I want to do my part." If it is
impossible tor you to work in the
sewing; room, you may take the gar
ments home to make. Every woman
tan do something; to hel;i. I'ut your
self in the position of the needy.
What if it were you and your chil
dren who were cold and hungry?
Yes, we are our brother's keeper.
Let's sign the ' Pledge :
"We, the women of Havwood Coun
ty, do pledge our service, whole
hearted v tr ihi wir.i.,, -i-
thusto the uplifting of our c-onimu-
Chairman of Production Committee
I MRS. KI I LIAS HOSTESS TO V. D.
Mrs. I. M. Killian. president of the
HaywiHul Chapter of the United
' Daughters of the Confederacy, was
! hestess at the meeting held on last
I Hiring- the business session plans
wcie made to have the annual Christ
ians trii'ts for the local veterans, and
donations sent to the Old Soldiers'
Horn-.' iii Raleigh and the Woman's
Horn in Fayetteville. It was an
:h am-ed thai $12.00 was realized from
the tlag- sale recently held.
The program was featured by two
plendid papers, "Tennessee in the
War lliwnn the States," by Mrs. C.
C. White and "The Commonwealth of
Virginia," by Mrs. John Queen. A
musical number was g-iven by Miss
Miss Lois Hart-old returned to her,
r.cme Monday from Ashevill, h
-he has been in the hospital for the
oa.; tew weeks following- an opera
i.M for appendicitis.
M r. I.iew -y Stovall pent Tu-. .-day
;.. l li.ulo'te on business. He was ac'-
!'!': tiied as f ir as I.incolnton by
Ah-:. Stovall, who visited ho" parent-.
an.i .Mrs.. I'. W. Tinker.
' s-. Mondav
i. A. A. W il l. MEET XE.XT WEEK
Airs. J W. Sea ver. will be hostess to
the Daughters of the American Rev.
monthly meeting; at o
home on Haywood
ii a- a
. . Italdwin of Whi- O;
Waynt sville visitor
The Craco Kpieonal church Aux
iliary will meet on next Tuesday at'
SORMA X.HARflER WEDDING
PL ASS ASSOUSCED
Miss Elizabeth Norman and Mr.
Richard Harbor, Jr.. whose recent
engagement announcement claimed
the sincere interest of hosts of friends
throughout the south, have announced
the plans for their wedding- which
will be solemnized at the First Pres
byterian church in. Griffin, Georgia,
on Saturday. December thirti-;!
it hig-h noon.
Rev. ,M. R. Williamson of Signal
Mountain Presbyterian church at Sijr
nal Mountain, Tennessee, and Rev.
I'. M. Watson of Griffin will officiate.
Miss Norman will be given in mar-r-
ge by her lather. Mr. W W N'or
" n. She has chosen as her niaol cf
honor the iivfev nf iU n-w:,.
Mary Ashwolth fiarher
Mr. Bar her will have
man Mi. h red I). Fergu
ushers will Mr. Ren
Ralph frevost Mr ')avi.
117 -1, ,
waynesville. anil lr. hat
utum on next
a: the regular
o clock at hei
Mrs. R. I',
vaper for the
Government " ;
Walker will have the
afternoon on "Federal
and the magazin,. will
by Mrs. S.T. (J raves,
meeting is anticipated.
0! Mi-. 1.
Mi -. M.
i.y nc hiut-g.
V.. Camp on 1
Silvei and Miss Sylla
spending this week' in
Virginia on business.
L.E H.imCek : pent
unday accomiiatncd bv
brother, Mr. Paul
11 assis- the foi iur
Mr. and Ml
last week-end ,vith relatives in Shelby
at the Ka,rl-
a tew week .
Hardin left yesterday
Mrs. W. L
aftertieon to join Mr
iVashington, 1). C. where
pend the winter. Mr.
:eiret.iry to Hon. Zebulon
Miss I'na I'lott. who is a member
of the faculty of the Old Fort High
School, spent last week-end hero as
the guest of her brother, Mr Sam
I'b tt. a i:d Mrs. Plott.
11 ETHEL HIGH SCHOOL
the bethel basketball teams
started the season oil' in good
Four irames h.-ivo hpn nliv.-.l
:'.'e -esults of thts: g.imes siiow
Bethel will go ,i i.inur v. av 'his
The Bethel jj-irls have been thtc
: mi's champions ef Wcs: Mn
lina. and from all e.r 1 .- m,1 u-;it ion-
.'iey ar.- going : tn.ik
.'uain this vea r i,
A double-head. r ga ae ;n
:i-: Satu-day ni- i; en tu. t
M C. A. court bet ween Bet h
' -. The Betli-1 ;;irls
idol ion- over t he 1 nd'.ins by a
'I' !." to 1. The Bcth-.'l boy
a score of IS 'o al'tc- p
- In ill:. int defensive game.
' v i 1 IV
Mrs. Sidney V. Cooper, of Hender-
:o.i, state l "gent of the 1. A.R., and
Mrs. Brook Parham, also of Hender
'i ii, were guests of Mrs. T. Lenoir
(iwyn. regent of the Uorcas Hell lxnv
Chapter of I. A. R., during last week!
H ('.) I VS cLli; asks riH-.SER-VATIOX
OF EVER GREESS
I'be chairman of Coueiv;t ioti of
h Woman's Club is again appealing
the people of this section to spare
mi- mountain 'Sprueo, ba:sim. and
holly by using field pine for Christ
Sprays from the firs; named trees
aiay b,, Used where they are prop
erly pruned so as to better the shape
ef the trees.
!' ' 1 1
n this way
people are urged to ihv-
on 'their i-twns
help tinghten am
A party com:;
Ri i ce. (i u v Ma-sii
i .':f ion
as his best,
son and the
1 I' el met. of
1 ; Smith, oi"
ii i Hi-!
w , I
J'.ys last wee!;
i'i: g:ih Fore; t
d of Mr
; mi a hunting
. C. ).
1 i 1 iv
Mr. Fred Boone Medford of
nioml, Virginia is spe'iding a
weeks lure with Mrs. Medford
their young son at the home of
Medtord's parents. Mr. and Mi
few a ml
-Mrs. .1. M.
'n vest were
' rate-the birthday of the risen Christ.
coi.i; vyy cu t: holds
!!' '.' Mll.'-.'R MEEl'.'XG
'n Moi.dav afterno in the regular
men, hi;,- niiotint- ! the Comiiiunity
Club a--. held in lb,, club rooms on
Mein -i:e,-; . ith tlie prescient, Mrs.
Be:i Colkn:. pies,.':,--. For the oc
casion the rooms v, .re .itl r.-u
iis onv i ir s,ii
HOXORED IS GRtKKlV
Many lovely prenuptial affair--honoring
Miss Elizabeth Norman
whose marriage to Mr. Richard Ber
ber, Jr.. will take place this month,
?; the center of social interest at
ner home in Griffin. Georgia.
On last Worlnporln ,r fi t
. . ......v,v.iV nrn nunimil
was honored at a beautiful tea given
bv Mrs. II. W. Barnes; Monday Mrs.
W. L, Graefe gave a bridge party in
her honor; Tuesday Mrs. C. A. Chuck
was hostess for her; and Wednesday
Mrs. H. H. Baas entertained at bridge
for her. Other charming parties
will be accorded Miss Norman today
and tomorrow bv Mrs N- II. Bailev
and Mrs. V. II Beck.
MRS. SI ERR ESTERT i'XS
I! RIDGE CLl r.
The Contract Luncheon Club was
delitrhtfully entertained last Friday
by Mrs. Rufus Slier at her home in
( hristma:-, decorations m fascinat-
ng arrangements were used in the
rooms wl-. -e the gue-ts assembled
(trrenery interspersed with red bfr
ies and red candles in crystal holders
formed: an attractive center for the
Tho CTiipcif.; inrln,lf.,l r,... II....U
i .-. 1 1 umi
Massie and Mrs. R .L.f'oin and the
follnwinc- members of the club: Mrs.
T Lenoir Gwvn. Mrs. V F Swift,
Miss Alice Quinlan. Miss .' Nancv
,Killiav. Mrs. Hilljard Atkins. Mrs.
Toe (,rnv.- Mrs-. E-nest Withers,
Mrs-.Jael: Wav and Mrs R I, Lee
Among the visitors in the city last
neck were the following from Clyde;
icssrs. Edwin 1'incher. John Shook.
Fee Irant ham, . . Havnes. and
'I. N. Sentelle.
Mrs. II. I. Asbton and Mrs. Car
oline- Hyatt : motored to Cullowhee
Sunday' to. spend the afternoon with
Miss Margarel Ashton. at Western
Carolina Teachers College.
Mr. I.'A. Justice ot ( rilnn
nynesville i.sitoi- Mondav.
her home r
at er a we
W. C. Ru-s.
I - 1 r ;-..,) to
o iviile -S -. l' -da v
her si:, tor. Mis.
How i II
H. V. (
i 'ant on :
Mond iv in
, 111. ......
ed in Christina-
' i'll-illl'SS si'-,-;
; , . ii i
by the various
! ha a n null in ed
and .Mrs. R. I
. Al.-Ciacken of
Mr. Angus C. ( rait, of Reidsville.
pent a lew. days her,, this week. Mr
(raft was manager of the -Gordon
Hotel last summer
Among the visitors here from
While Oak last week were- Miksh
W II. Will
- -..imhi.t iv Diioii 111 lUx'l.)
(rover ( lark, and Teller Green.
Messrs. .1. N. Mease. C. M. Blaylock.
F. P, Ball, T. G. Sorrells, and Cor
diil Russell of Canton attended court
Mrs. ('. M. Morgan of Asheville
was the guest of iier sist. r. Mrs H
W. Burnett. and Mr BarneM hist
- : . ' 1 1 ,,. it, .-. j , .
Havnes. ( . B. Jon"s. Jim Joins, and
C laude Jones of ( Ivde were in town
on business last week
Messrs. Holland Bell and R. M
Robinson of Canton were among
Air. Lock wood Shat p o:' Caiipon was
lin Wii- among
It'll I' SA I
I RDA )
The first ol a series of store hours
for children, which are being con
ducted in the Historical room on tho
second Moor of the ceurt house, was
held last Saturday. About fourteen
children were present on this, occa
sion and it is expected that the mini-
be- will be ; greatly increaseil this
The storv ho'ir is beinv siiiinsoiiI
bv the three fedor. itcil clnlm of
Waynesville, The Community Club.
Tr 1 Woman's Cljb, and The Civic
league. This month tiie Woman's
f k. is in charge ) ih hour
Next Saturday Mrs II
win meet tlie children
house at lit.'IO o'clock
thai the iisiuil Christ ma-, cheer given
i iiiiualle b ' he .'I'l l to tlie prisoners
i" ;n.; coiiniv iail won!.! b , pVovidiil
I'A .-tin' Woll'ai iicpariiiien;
.Miss Caroline Alsteatter. "chairman
I t he ganieii li-p.r ; i-k e: . read- a
i: t int. res.: nig !e:ie- l ioin Miss
' ''us! I' i;:.l.'i:vii. in which
t 'Id of prixe- olfored this
''! '' to ':' G;irde:i liepartnieiit of
i-e State foil i She al'-u uvr-M
i i , .
;m. u in- i:.irii"iis in pin in order now.
The -president announced th,u the
-bib would b,, respoiisj:,,, (H.
stor biuir to Ii held in the bisloi
ical loom of th,' court house, which
nig sponsored bv I he Federal oil
nioiit h ol
!'.-' . R. R.
V . Baucom
at tin- court
Mv., and M ,
.l VK OC TA COS SO 1 P MR t .
PERS AX I) All) WORTHY (' WSE
If you want to help a worthy cause
without effort or exnense. notify Mis
Mary Barber and she will be ghd to
f-olloct your Octagon soan wrnpners
rr coupons from anv of Colgate
-products and mail samp to Meredith
C ollege where thev will help pav off
the indebetedness of that institution
bv a generous ofTer of the Colgate
' 'omnany .
All wrappers must be nr by the
-r ot the vear.
I shall apprrriate von:- coopera-
iim in this matter and shall b- g'ad
to call for your coupons from all Col-.
T.'aip proaucts ; it you wiil noMfv me
: t. O. .
MARY A. BARBFR
Methodist vorxr; UOMEX to
MEET XE XT WEEK
The Vountr Women's ' Missionary
Society of tho Methodist church will
nneet next Tuesdav evening, Decem-
'T 111 at the homo nf V TT1,
Massie. -at-7:30 o'clock. This society
-was recently organized with Mrs.
Dewey. Stovall as chairman. All
vnung women of the church are in
vited to be present
Miss Ann Jones, who has been on
itn extended visit to relatives jin
South Pittsburg, returned to Way
Tiesville last -week and will spend the
winter at thP home of Mrs. R- H.
Mitchell on Love Lane:
Mr. Glenn McCracken of Fines
Creek was here on business Monday.
Rev. L, B. ILives. nresiding elder of
this district, spent last week-end in
Messrs. Dee (.'lark' and A: d Bald
win of White Oak were Wavnesville
visitors last ednesdav
Mr, J. . Noland of l ines Creek
spent last Wednesday here on busi
ness. ATr f h i hs B M( i i, km of
Fines. Creek was here on business
Among the visitors Ikm-c Mondiv
was Mr. C harles Roberts of Mt
U-k .1 T p.,,1,,-,,,,. .,,i T ,;:..
Caldwell of Cataloochec. spent Monday
in Waynesville, '
Mrs. C. H. MrCracken of Fines
Creek spent Mondav shopping in
fi w (
-s H ginia ( .iri
-end w it h f i inds
J. K. Latham
isitor iluring tie:
. R. n. Pfiiir ..r
I'clepltone ( oi)ip;in
i gues, at the Ho
I: vs this week.
w is an
: wi ok.
Mr. C. C Li
natriek of tip.
wi'. k to install
Here ttie first of tin-
a (listi-iiitine stat ion
ses Be-sie, I )ae
Mr. R. R. Measp of Canton was a
W avnesville visitor last week
Mr. M. A, Lratherwoorl of Clyde
so: nt some time here last week.
Mr- J. X. Mease of Canton was here
on business last Thursday
Rev M A Cr.ntoli rp;n .
- - - -- - -. . , iivvitc i i,;,!.., was
a Waynesville visitor Hast week
Mr. V' p. Rest 0f Crabtree spent
Wednesday in town.
Mr nrH M rt Finn ru-lr :u:
- - -- - - v v i i i , , nil,
Oak were visitors here last week.
.Hiomouii Oi V y- n , ' 1 1 1
was a visitor in town Monday.
Ir. John W. Taylor" and
Grai. A. Alexander of ( olumhia I
virsitv in New , York City
several days here this week in
if a suitable location for a summer
school in connection with the Botany
Department of the Universitv.
Misses Mildred and Wilda Craw
ford and Mrs. Francis Massie were
Asheville visitors last Saturdav
-Mr. and .Mrs. .1 C
days here this week a
!iT' tune Hotel-
pent . a
clubs of the town, during t hi
J.innary, and that the work
under 1 he auspices if t he
.lepai'..menf,,1 of which Al i
( 'ampbell is chairman.
The club was glad to wel
come the follow I ML'- new 'lumbers
Mrs. Robert .Stretcher. Mrs Horace
Keener, and Mrs. v. l ie Johnson,
The report of Ihe 'district;. ineeiir.r
recently held in ( uilowhee was given
by Mrs. T. Lenoir C-.vyii, in th .' ab
sence of t he de ee-ates M i s I ll,,vi,.ll
Way... . '.'.''.'
Airs. l''rank Beil I'mt :i nms illnmi
nating i-esuin.- of lh- current events.
The club then adjourned -after wnieh
:lir reeiving line w - f ,rmed of the
officers and a reception was hoi, I lie
honor the teachers.
A vocal solo bv Miss Ida lean
Brown and a quartet hv Miss Mildred
( rawloid. .Miss Ida Jean Brown.
Miss Nancy Killian. alid Mrs S P.
Gay,- .Mrs. RoU-rt Stretcher, was the
accompanist, of the 'afternoon.- Tea
cakes and sandwiches we:e served by
.Mrs. J, imes M. Long. Airs ('. C.
hit i'. Mrs. Fh Mcfiee. Mrs I. N.
Davis, Mrs. W, T". Shelton, and Airs.
It. 1.. I'l-evost.
' I Ol ( I I l
ilniii to Mr,, and .Mrs. -Gc
i: .Monday afternoon, I. i
I -.the-, ll.-iyv.ood County. II,
in. F:;itz, the third.
.Mrs. Fritz is the diiuglil'
and- Mrs. C. J! Mott of -Asia
(Santa ci aus anu ihp-
christmas tkte both gst)
IPk TTY WELL TH IMM ED ' '
Alr.s. J. W. Reed is spending some
n.'iie in Asneville as tho guest of
The l-ee-Tilnr mnnfiilv- n,hn
the Woman's Club will be held at the
home of Mrs. John N. Shoolbred on
next Thursilav aft
10, at ii o'jlock. Mrs. S. I'. Gay
be hostess with Mrs. Shoolbred.
Mrs. . D. Morrison of Lake Juna
iusKa will hav-p the paper for
atternoon on the subject, "The
Dawn of t he Short Sl-nr-ir " 4
cal program of Christ mns
has been . arranged bv the
man of music.
Mr. -Rrrnev Fetner of Columbia.
South Carolina visiter! friends in
avnesville Sundav. Mr. Fetner
a former resident of Waynsvil.
.. s -.fieri I
m - I I I
- I -u i
I "I " " 1,
r-A 1 1. a : i j 6cus rv- r
Money has a habit of ret
ting careless a round
(hrislm.'Ls lime. (Jenero
sity isTianla Claus's mid
dle name. See that the old
gentleman has a satisfac
tory ( hristmas feat. Un
( hristmas prices for all
Amas dinner delicacies
Thank you kindly; the
same to yourself and
many of them.
j. C. ROSE
Phone 88 Main St.
CSTRAL P. T. A. HAS MEETING
An unusually large number of par
ents and teachers were present af
the regular meeting of the Parent
leaeliers' Association of the Central
F:enient try School 0:1 last Tuesday
at t, rue, -n.
I lie prograni was .-iv,. , ',,- 1,.,
""'Hi .Hid third grades. Several
( hristmas readings and songs were
V.!,ii l.y nieinl.,.:- of the' second
'' '' -:n,l '.he third grade presented
I'l.'-.v in observance of .National
Reperts heard from the del-
mates t,, th,. distiict IV T. A. meet
i:'K in Ma-ion, Plans were made for,
''i-ewng the phiygromnis and means
'. Mi-ing the .ii -ess.u-y funds were
Mr--. Crov.-r l.,v.. presid.-nt ofl
the organiztujon, presided during thi
AVF VOL ROL'CHT YOUR RELlI
l UUSS SKA S"
Anii.uiieeaieiu was made recentl
at To per cer.t o' the proceeds from
e -a.e oi tie,; ( r,,ss tuberculosis
IMS l, ii I,, ),,. mi,,.J.-..J
ihlren m the schools in the township
, ,,ii a:.- sponsoring tin- s.ue of seals
It is hoped that evi r.Voae will pur
iase tlu,. seals a- soon as possible
id hel.i to give the-e ehildien proper
othes and I'otii ishinent this winter.
Airs. Owen Meredith and children.
Ihomas and hora Lou. of Enid,
Oklahoma arrived Tuesday to spend
several weeks with Mrs. Meredith's
parent--. Air. and .Mrs. T. L. Oreen.
I rams . . "qC
10 and 25c
CM. I TJfc. .V. . - '. . ". ll
10 and 25c
10 and 25c
49 to 98c
10 and 19c
ivieci IIC AQ
!ane ... QC
The .Little Girls Will Pppreciate
25 49 ud 98c
25c to $1.98
To The People In Waynesville,
Canton And Haywood Coun
ty We Wish You All A Hap
py X mas And A Pros,
perous New Year.
"A Carolina Organization".
Main Si reel Alain Street
FOR WAYNEWO0D THEATRE
rvi i i t- i -i ' ,s
i mui saay ana v naay, uec. s-i)
liig 1-out ball Soecial
Saturday, Dec 10
Hill Cody and A. Shuford in
THE LAW OF THE NORTH"
j Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 12-13
Sara Maritza and Herbert Marshall in,
"EVENINGS FOR SALE"
Wednesday, Dec. 14
Warner Haxter in
"SIX HOURS TO LIVE"
ALSO COMEDIES AND SHORT SUBJECTS EVERY
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