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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 193J
Eleanor Bushnell, Editor -
MUSIC CLUB HAS ES JOY ABLE
The Way nes viile Music club held its
monthly meeting with Miss Charlotte
Hntche'r and iMiss Virginia Welch, as
joint hostesses on Saturday afternoo.i
at the home of the latter's aunt, Mrs.
,J Howell Way. For the occasion the
reception rooms were ciecorated with
I'owis of spring flowers. The meeting
was presided over by Mrs. Josepn i-
During the business session reports
; re yiven and plans for the annual
Kaster program were formulated. The
. i.ih.-.s welcomed Mrs. Richard N.
liar u i. Jr., as a new member el' the
'I iii- al'lenioon program was under
the h' u!i i -hip of Mrs. M. H. liowles
win g:v an interesting and instruc
tive talk on piano music. discusMtig
,i: !e!i',-tii the sonata and concerto.
hi;,- her talk she opened the
..i.i i .ii program with a piano solo,
'Son.wa Opus. number i Minor,"
i... 1'. etnevori. Other numbers were,
a'pian.i -do. "Pastorale" by Domenico
.i;-:.i!-atLi played by Mrs. Robert
S' ret 'c'i' . a pi'inn solo, "Sonata Opus
!;; I'atli tique" by Reethovon, played
a 1 rs. Hugh A- Love ; a piano solo.
Ilun.ii Ian Dance" by lirahms, by
M i ; . i . .ili.-.te Hatcher; two violin
m(1os -Oaiizonett-i by de Am'urosio and
"The Lament of a Hose" by Cecil
Kur'ckb, played by Mrs- Richard N.
Barber, Jr. "A Dream Boat" by
Lt nare sung by the choral group of
tbe flub; and current events in tin
musical world given 'by Miss Nancy
During the tea hour the hostesses
were assisted by Mrs. Jack Way in
serving tea, sandwiches, cake and
randies. Special guests of the after
noon were Nancy Crockett and Miss
MR. AM) MRS. D. D. ALLEY CELB
UATE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr and Mrs. I). D. Alley entertain
ed a number of their friends on Sat
urday evening. February 25th, it be
ing their eleventh wedding anniversa
ry with a dance given in the D. O. O.
K. club rooms.
The club rooms were attractively
decor.ited in colors of red and white.
The punch table was decorated with
lung, red tapers, and red holders.
Mi- and Mrs. Alley were assisted in
receiving their guests by Mr. and Mrs.
.Ins V.. Johnson.
Mr.. Wilton! Ray stood at a small
table, decorated with red and white
roses, where she tagged each guest
o- tlv ' entered. The name of each
giir-t w: . written on the card in then
handwriting and later left with the
Uelii : " n s fruit punch was served.
I hi-se wimying the occasion were.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ward, Mr. and
Mr;. (J. Stanley and guest, Mrs.
In. z Mutt, Mr. and Mrs. M. H
!!.,.vl -. Mr. and Mrs W. T. Lee. Jr.,
-Mr.- awl Mr:;. Jos. I'.. Johnson, -Mr,
i ' I! tu Ii and Mi - al
in- 'i.'tv.'!'ord. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford
Kav. AL. anil Mrs. A. P. Ledbetter,
Mr. mih! Mrs. Fred M i t t. in
nuir Uev. Mr- Joe Liner
Mr- Ci.yt.,(, Walker. Mr.
A. P.'adlry. Mr. and M:
Miss Letscy Lane Quinlan,
i'Yi nit-oii, Dr. and Mi s. S
MRS. (IRA VES IS CLUB HOSTESS ,
On Friday Mrs. Joseph Graves en
tertained with a beautifully unpointed j
luncheon for the members of her card i
clu ). and two additional guests.
Luncheon was served at small tab
les which were centered with vases of
orange-hued roses. Following lunch
eon the guest- played contract. This
i imule:ed a series of games enjoyed
y the flub, with Miss Nancy Killian
making the highest score. She will
be as the result the honor guest, at a
outlet supper party next Friday even
ing. Club members attending the affair
were: Mrs. W. F. Swift, Mrs. H. B
Atkins. Mrs. Krnes'tt Withers, Mrs.
Jack Way, Mrs. R. L. Lee, Miss
Nancy Killian, and Miss Alice Quin-
. ... na i. ..11'.. if.
Ian- wniie .Mrs. nen i oiiuu anil ;urs
Hugh Massie were the spcially in
.1.'. AND MRS. JOHN TURP.YVILL
OBSER 'E A .VA7 VERSA R Y
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Turbyfill en
tertained in honor of their third an
niversary on last Wednesday evening
a'; their apartment in the llatvk
Bridge and dancing was enjoyed
until 10:00 o'clock and then a salad
course was served.
The apaitment was decorated ac
cording to the George Washington mo.
Those at. ending included: Miss
Sarah 11 ivnes, Miss Lucile McClure.
Miss Gladys McFlroy, Miss Irene
Howell, Mrs. R. M. Rhinehart, Mrs
Hessie Gaddy, Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Moffitt, Mrs. Tom Matncy, W. C
Whitner, U. R. Melilroy. The out-of.
town guest was Miss Howard Alexan.
der. of Cincinnati, who is a cousin of
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Mr. David Cain.,
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Mr. Wm. Burns,
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Mr. ami Mrs.
Sylva included: Misses
v. Sadie Reaves. Rose
, M' II Wink
.( McCiackeiKand daugh.
Mi-.s U ilma and William
of Rock Hill, South Car-week-end
guests of Mrs.
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TENNESSEE VISITORS ARE
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Colkitt were
hosts at a charming affair last week
when they entertained at bridge on
Wednesday evening in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. R. R. Bell, of Jefferson City,
Tenne-see, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. White.
A color note of red, white, and blue,
suggestive of the George Washing
ton birthday occasion, was eflectively
used in all party details.
At the conclusion of the games Mrs.
Bell was presented an attractive guest
prize. Mrs, William Shoolbred re
ceived tlie high score gift and Mrs.
( . C. White won the low score trophy.
'I he guests included: Mr. and Mrs.
R. R. Belt MV. and Mrs. C. C White,
Mr. and Mrs Carol Bell. Mr. and Mi's.
Frank Hell, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Col
kitt, and Mrs. William Shoolbred.
EASTERN STAR TO HOLD MEET.
I he Kasiern Star chapter will hold
their regular meeting '1 hursdav night
at Masonic Temple at 7:,U). The an
nual election of ollicers will be held
Mrs. Minnie K. Lewis. District Dep.
utv of the 12th district, will make
her official visit to the chapter at this
meeting. All visitors are cordially in
vited to attend bv the Worthy Ma
tron, .Mrs. I). M.Simons.
: Members of Waynesville chapter
O. K. S. attending the banquet' and
meeting in Asheville at Masonic Teni
nle. I nesiiay night- were: Mrs .Geo.
Coble. Mrs. "Grace Queen, Mrs. D.M.
Simon.-. Mrs. Raymond Hyatt, Mrs.
M. ( . 'Green, Mrs. Fdna MiGec, Mrs.
Horace Ferguson, Airs. .1. L. Palmer.
!. A. ,'. TO MEET NEXT WEEK
Mrs. 1!. J. Sloan will be hostess to
the member:, -'of the Daughters of the
American'. Revolution''' 'at' the March
meeting ne:;l Wednesday afternoon.
1 ne ...subiect for discussion during
'.lie afternoon -will be, "Establishment
of the United. States Government Un
der the Constitution." .The Magazine
v.-i;l be ievi-veil bv Mrs. F. J. Hyatt.
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A company of experienced artists presenting a thoroughly up-to-the-ed
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to committees that are looking for an entertainment world.
The company is headed by Miss Edna Lundberg, reader and accom
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Date March 3. Time 10:15 A. M. Place Hgh School Auditorium.
Admission 10c to all. Public invited.
An n o u n c
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The Formal Opening
Jo-Ann Beauty Shop
Friday Afternoon, March 3rd
From '1 to (5 o'clock
To the first 10 guests' who Register will
be given their choice of a MARCEL,
HAIR CUT, SHAMPOO and- SET,
.'.-FACIAL, or a MANICURE
Jo-Ann Beauty Shop
Located in the same Building as Ann d 'Orrs
'-'MISS HARDER HAS HOUSE.
Mis.- Mary Barber entertained a
number of friends at a delightful
houseparty last Saturday and Sunday
at tbe former Barber residence on the
Dellwood Road. The party was given
in honor of her week-end guests, Miss
Louise Pressgrove and Mr. Bob Pat
terson, from the University of Ten
nessee, in Knoxville.
Those present included the visitors
from Knoxville and Mr, and Mrs.
Richard Rarber. Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bulgett, Jr., Miss Dorothy
Lane, Miss Mary Stringfield. Mr.
Aaron Rrev.ost, Mr. Ren Sloan. Mr.
Jimmie Neal, Mr. James Ferguson,
and Mr. pouglas I'.adgett.
community' club to have
The Community Club will hold its
.Match meeting next Monday after.
noon. .March at .i oclocic, at me
' ill) -room on .Main street.
Tbe program will be under the auspice-
of the Garden Department and
Miss Caroline' Alsteatter as chair
man of this .department is planning
numbers of unusual . interest. Cur
rent events will be reviewed by Mrs.
V. T, Crawford.
lloste.-ses for this meeting will be
Mrs. Rufus Siler. Mrs. Paul Walker,
Mrs. W. A. Bradley, and Mrs. Homer
MRS. ' MrCRACKEN HAS (tl 'ILT
A delightful occasion -last ...week"
va:' the all-day (uniting party given
by Mrs. M. t. McCnicken at her
home on Hazel street Wednesday af
A delicious mid-day dinner was
servetl to the twenty guests who were
present a fid the afternoon was spent
iii working on two (juilt - which were
already in the frames. '
I IK ( . WILL MEET TOMORROW
Tbe Mar; b meeting of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will be
lield tomorrow ;i I'teriuiOn. Marr-h at
'! o'clock, at tlie liome of Mrs. John
Mrs. O. R.Mintin will have the pa
per for the afternoon on "North Car
olina Fartherest at Gettysburg."
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ward of Lake
J-unaluski accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Ward of Ashevil'e to Win-ston-SiiK-m,
Raleigh, and Chapel Hill
last ' week-end. Mrs. A. Ward re
main'il in Chapel Hill where she will
spend some time as the guest of her
daughter. Mrs. Peacock.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace keener have
as their guests Mrs. Keener'? sister
and brother, Mrs. I. B. Spraker of
Johnson' City, and Mr. Joe E. Tindell
of Kingston. Tennessee. Mr. Spraker
was also a! guest of the Keeners last
. . .'
Dr. and Mrs. S.P. Gay have as their
gief Mr--; Gay's sister, Mrs. W. M.
Crawford of Xewport. Tennessee.
Mrs. Crawford arrived last Saturday
H'comnanied by Miss Viola Clark.
who was a week-ond guest of the Gays.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Bell have re
turned to their home in Jefferson,
Tennessee after a short visit to Mrs.
Tt"ir sister, Mrs. C. C. White, and
Mr. White. ,
Miss Willian Mims, of Newport,
Tennessee spent last week-end here
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Mrs. Jeff Rseves, who has been ill
;r several weeks, is very much im
noveJ after a ten day stay at the
1 ywo.id County Hospital. She re
turned to her home Sunday.
Mrs. Edwin Davis and young daugh
ter, Edwina. of Decatur, Georgia, ar
rived last Friday for a several days'
visit to Mrs. Davis' sister, Mrs. Grady
Boyd, and Mr. Boyd.
Mrs. C. A. Black left Saturday for
Charlotte where she will spend some
time as the guest of her daughter,
Mi"-. Jake Newell, and Mr. Newell.
Mr. Wood -on Jones returned to
il ye.-,ville Sunday after spending the
week-end here with Mrs- Jones and
. i . s:ii '.11 daughter, Nancy.
Mrs. V. T. Blaylock and Mr. W. B.
Ferguson have returned from a few
days visit to their sister, Mrs. A. A.
dhuford, at her home in Hickory.
Mr. Floyd Rippetoe of Max Patch
who has been a patient at the Hay
,voed County Hospital for several
iaV:-. is much improved.
I.. Hinton motored to Ral-week-end
to attend the
Conference Basket Ball
Mr. Bonner Ray, who has been in
?t'.. L;uiX on business for the past
woi k, returned last Sunday evening.
Mrs. K. II. Mitchell is a patient at
lie Haywood County Hospital.
I o O ST AS OOOC A 5
'(' .V t T-.M A sr -v-H- " - rjr
"Just as good as " is a
brand of conversation
that is going out of style
in polite circles. "Just as
good as" doesn't please
the court of last resort
presided over by Judge
Palate.. Better goods at
prices that are reasona
; ';;jc.: rose
Phone 88 Main St.
Miss Mozelle Huff and Mrs. B. F.
Holmes of Pacolet, South Carolina
were guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. L.
Kirkpatrick last week.
Mr. S. M. Pickett has returned to
his home in Baltimore after spending
several days here as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rotha.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bendick of
Winchester. Virginia are spending this
week here as guests at the Hotel
Mr. and Mrs, R. V. Erk of Tampa,
Florida are guests at the Hotel Le
Faine. Mr. Erk has purchased the
Wall Wood XnVeltv flimnnn,,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Pope of Enka
spent la -1 week-end here as guests of
Mrs. Pope's mother, Mrs. Frve
Mis. W. L. Kirkpatrick and Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore McCraeken were
Hendersonville. visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Liner of Ha
zehvood were Asheville visitors Saturday.
Mr. J. F. Shields of the England
Walton Company and Mrs. Shield nt:
Wa land, Tennessee are spending
erk at the Hotel LeFaine.
. Mr. Colfier Cobb, Jr., of Chapel H.HI
wa - a guest at the Hotel LeFaine Itrt
Mrs. J. M. Long, of Hazelwo.i rp
turned early in the week from a bos
iness trip to St. Louis, Missouri.
Friends of Mrs. J. R. MeCrackw
are pleased to learn that she is iM
proving after a several week's ilkta'
Senator W. Roy Francis lvturnew
to Raleigh Sunday after spending the
week-end at home.
Rev. Albert New spent Sunday in
Sylva and conducted services at tW
Episcopal church there.
Mr. and Mrs.. W.G.Byers returuea
Saturday from Raleigh after spenH
ing several days there.
The Removal Of My Beauty Shop To The
NEXT TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFICE
I extend to all my friends and customers an invi
tation to visit my new place of business, which
is a more up-to-date place than my former
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PHONE 143 NEAR A&P STORE
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