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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEEH
THURSDAY, MARCH 9 to
rsocmfTPA GE ...
I lMeWS Eleanor Bushnell, Editor ....... Phone 137 "tS
.1N.S STRIXGF1ELI) HOXORS MR.
A XI) MRS. BARBER
In continuance of the many delight
ful courtesies' being extended to Mr.
and Mr?. Richard N'. Barber, Jr.. Miss
Mary Strinjffield entertained with a
charniine,- bridge supper on last
'i hursday evening.
An effective color scheme of yellow
and green was used in the party appointment?-
Spring flowers includ
ing jonquils and pussy willow made
a pleasing setting for the affair.
Contract bridge was played at four
tables after supper. At the conclu
sion of the games the hostess present
ed a lovely luncheon set to Mrs. Barber
and :r tractive high score prizes to
Miss Virginia Welch and Mr. Hen
Among those invited were: Mr- and
Mr.-. M. H. Bowles. Mr. and Mrs.
Kichard X. Barber. Miss Mary Ash.
worth Barber. .Miss Virginia Welch,
Mi-.; Dorothy Lane, Miss Wilda Craw.
ford. Mi.--s Virginia Carter, Miss
Betsey Line Quinlan, Miss Mary
(luinlan. Mr. Aaron I'revost, Mr. Ben
Sloan. Mr. Dougl ".- ISadgetl, Mr. Carl-'
(ton Weatherby, M r. Jimi.i'e N'eal, Mr.
Wiiitmv I'revost, Mr. Dave Pelmet
and Mr. Fred Ferguson.
MRS. m l:l-:X IS HOSTESS TO I A'
The llayw.iu-l Chapter . I" Fnited i
I iaug!i'.'-rs of tin: Con i'edcracy met -on
! ; :!;;. iift.-nmon with M i s. .lohn
0i : he pre -id.cnt, Mr.-. !.c.m
Ki!!i;K f ) ! ' -1 i 1 :lg. Ill ! h ' .V'M'.'le,. (if .
Ms-. V- bel (ieri.tt. Mrs. C. F. Kirk-
;, i i i 'h -ei vi il a- -ei retary.
M ' - -l-'lin i;;:n v. v a- ;a 1 1( " i j 1 1 e T (..
! e,. ! '. : fc . . el!;! S e, ' h,- ( .,nillli ! -
!'-..- e : 1)1 : -t- ,? -1 I i , I IV ', - - ; , (.
r " e u a i a : i eji - i ! nwn t
AUXILIARY TO MEET
The March meeting of the American
Legion Auxiliary will be held ntxt
.Monday evening, March 13, at 7:30
,,V1.,..L- -it itm MiuAtiir Teninle. A
full attendance is requested as impor-j
t :iit business will be transacted at t His j
Mr. Edward Kobeson, Jr. of New
port News, Virginia and Mr. Garland
Kobe-on of Greensboro, returned to
their respective homes Tuesday after
pending the week-end with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Robeson.
The Messrs. Robeson came for the oc
casion of their mother's birthday an
niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barber, Jr.
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Badgett, Jr.
Kft yes'.erday for Griffin, Georgia
where they will spend the remainder
of the week as guests of Mrs. Barber's
uarcnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Norman.
i . I n e
A I.. ;
' - ;: I
r. Curtis Logan returned to St
rsburgh, Florida after a fow
visit at his home here. Mr. Logan
calleif home 1 on account of the
f hi- grandmother. Mrs. S.C
. John Queen, M r. Walter
Mr. J. Q. Allison, Mr.
, and Mr. John Queen. .1 r.
. Washington Thursday
inaueairatioii of Franklin D.
Ml - ;
-i ,-, ,.,..1 Mr Tool .1., e. Jr., and Mr-
M"llii . .cco'mpahieil by friend-'
'.-.,, A h.Ville metered to Wailing-1
i-.-i Fi iiluy tor the inauguration of
I '.! i ''lent Koii-'evclt.
i . i.'.e M' Coy and a e.roup o.f
:,.)m A 1 1 " 'ilia. I ii U l'iiion; Col- i
i ', .i i in , i a i. w.-e'.-cU' ! '
COMMIWITY CLUB TO MEET TO
DAY The March meeting of the Com
munity (Tub which was postponed
last Monday will be held this after
noon. March 9, at 3 o'clock at the club
The program which is under the
auspices of the Garden Department,
pri anises to be of unusual interest.
A special feature will be the illustrat
ed lecture on "Garden Landscape and
D "sign" from Better Homes and Gar
den. Hostesses will include Mrs. Rufus
Siler. Mrs. Paul Walker, Mrs. W. A.
Bradley,' and Mrs. Homer Henry.
EX( !A( I EM EX T OF MR. CLACETT
TA YLOR AXXOUXCED
The following announcement which
was made this week will be of inter
est to friends of Mr. Taylor, who was
for several yea is a summer resident
of Waynesville :
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed Tolbert,
of Spartanbur; South Carolina, an
nounce the .engagement of their
daughter, Annie Laurie, to Mr. J.
Clagett Taylor, of Sebring, Florida.
The widding will take place March
eighteenth at the home of the bride'
li OMA "S i I. I I! TO MEET .YAW 7',
The March meeting of tin- Woman's :
i lua will V In Id next Thur-day af,
b ri.oeii. Man h at -'!:-';o o'clock at
the .lie . :' Mr-. W. T. C),.v, fol'd Will)
'I i . .'. ' sinan as associate he.-'u-s.
will have lii'.'
a ''; e. 'i,.,, a en "Love
is g r un
: HEI.lt ,y
Mrs. W. M.Crawford, who has been 1
visiting her sister, Mrs. S. P. Gay,
and Dr. Gay, left yesterday for her
home in Newport, Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tillotson of Hen
dersonville were guests of the latter's
sister, Mrs. W. C. Russ, and Mr. Russ
.Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. Ralph Prevost returned Tups.'
day from a two week's business trip
to Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburg,;
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter and j
Miss Virginia Carter spent a few days
this week visiting in Knoxville, Tenn. i
(go tn dljitrrlt imtiaij
Rev. II. W. Baucom, pastor
',, Sunday school, 9:43. W. C. Allen
ADs. M. M. Rhea of Iron Duff spent - uaerintendent.
iVlond ty shopping in Waynesville- .
! Morning Worship, 11:00. .'
Rev, A. V. Joyner of Canton was a
Waynesville visitor Monday. (j.-tjij all B. Y. P. tf.'s of church meet.
Rev. Wade Johnson, pas'er
The Church School meets u" , .
Morning Worship 11:00, and ib-'&''
worth League at C:15. Evening
vict. at 7:30.
.Urs. Rufus Siler was an Asheville
vi.-iti r Frdiay.
Mr.s Adnrew Moore and Mrs. Hugh
l.o , e were Asheville visitors last week.
WEEK OF ERA YER IS OBSERVED
AT BAPTIST CHURCH
The Woman's Missionary Society of
, Laoti-t church i- this week ob-
ei '-. in;';. t Week of P raver for Ilomr I
-Mission--. ' I
'1 i -.-,-' seiviies started Monday af-
i'. mi will continue- every after.
a-i a -hi- week at -::io o'clock. The
.! -crvh'e will be Siindav even
s. n .y.. "At II a. -,e," will
' s' !, e f!i'ativ s of tile
7:30 evening worship. Sermon by
Mid-week prayer service 7:30 Wednesday.
'lac I'niijn ''raver meeting will be
M larch lath. S p.m . in the Meth-
u. ; chuich with Lev. H. W. Baucom
a !;ing the sermon.
Rev. K. P. Walker, pa(),
Sabbath School 9:45 a. m.
Pastor's Pie-Communion da
session room. 18 in this da-'-Sunday.
Preaching by the pastor ! 1 ,;.
Second Lenten sermon. ':,
"The Christian Home-"
7:00 p. m. The Christian Kim,.,.;.
Mid-week prayer service We j, ,.
day evening at 7:30.
REV. R. i: WALKER TO ',-. .- ,
AT FIXES CREEK
Rev. R. P. Walker will pi,-,,.
Fine- Creek Chapel Sundav . , i
12th at 2:b'0 p. m.
TRAIN TRAVEL BARGAIN FARE 1
iron f?arr-,'&T -
i':,e a' Price-;.
! s: '.' s- '.. i ; '. a- s I 'a a' ia ti
... w ;,( , i ,,.,': :; , V i !; iii nr .a
. , I ' .lav i i it in'".' ! o bis sister, M . r,
..i! Aikie . ami Ms, A'tl.in-,
Mi-.. K. L. t 'oin iiave
t'wiih v l''ergi! -en scs-J
..'i ' ... a.. F. bi a r. . " iiecteil
. ts- I ; .in: a : - V' r ai
h "lb blaivhl.. . The
. . a .;. sf tee.s aaugh-
, ' . Uiee Mi t :e.::i and
- rt !-ha e.. i:r. ,: i'ahiiia
t fi- ,.rn: :-,f Walmu a n.- j. ' :' ' ' .'' . v, .f'.v'l.er ha (iriaiaio.
sects. ' . .J'.-. a.- i;i : San.jay they been ill .Ulan-
: j s '" hi ga, w it s. 1 i'..s. Aael. a; ! ended'
I. ::. lioy-.l. ,;,,'. -:' .it.aatban '"; ' 1 '' a s r a t-a i ssi ' t. a; ,: , - .
a ' a .. b'e i ii .-s i ly . Ii; 1 e1' ' 7' :f
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I i'iiil Mar. 27
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. ."..:. 'jr. ,j:s.;e Sffftrtvi 'yi;l.il''R;i!g-.' '.hH
UK!( (.:,-:t:C,i h' TRH' t'TI.UlAN TARES
''"It" .l;ove ? Applies From
'-vc '- oiir e;!.-'t ! Aeiil or.
A. U. ACKER DFA
' sKl1 ... T.'ic and up
t e pi ai, mi in i-'jicisil and
S I'ii ii- Cuts
. ..V JO ANN. '' ::
Looatori in same , -building.:
with Ann lie Orr's Dress
!:. T, i:o i.
It-, aa I Mi t Minnie
, Weie wesk-eiul
M rs. Paul Maiiin.
b.hvin Finchcr Timrnian
.a it- . .and Nathan "Walker o( Clydp
s at .Monday in Vavaicsvitle.
.i r. V- '.Haj.n; . ,yas here t'runi
aalc. Friday.':- ' ' . '
..,.iaa;L'. the visitor.-i here last week
Mr. X. ('. .lames of Fines Cieek,
.'1 i . .lohn Tames of Fines Creek w as
:a'iie,;vil)e visitor Saturday,
.1. . VV. A, Meore of Pigeon was here
i L-ij iiit'.-.s Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C-. H: Med ford of Can-
a p- nt Saturday in Waynesville.
Sui-v we're equipped to do all kinds
of printing: at the right prices,
A lot of folks; have it in their heads that
we. do nothinfr except print a newspaper,
but they are badly mistaken, for we have
one of the best equipped job printing shop.,
in this section of the state.
Bring Us Your Job Printing Orders
The Waynesville Mountaineer
PHONE 137 Opposite Court House
MAIN STREET, WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
a a! a-.' i's'ema Ma ai- wia'-i a
t a-1., it sa .( i: -eia-boisi ('tiiioaaa mil
is-,- , samaiis Miss Rata Wat; on, at
t ." le-s itiauttuiatioii i f Franklin
I.', t'oi'i's'i: in. V';' .-i-i.ri.iy,-: mi, If. C. last
s;at us, lay.
Ai i -s .Marnaret Hay, wln.i has .-.pent
tee past month in Raleig'h visititie; her
i ter.. Mrs. KsvboTt Brecce, returned
1-ist Friday accompanied; by Mrs
'!: ia ee .an I yountr soil, Bobby.
. ii-.- Josephine C'-abe left .Monday
aar Washington. I), ('. where she will
sas'id several weeks as the ,'Ufst of
!aa- s'ster- Mr a M. J.. Collins, and Mr
,Mr, aoi 'Mrs. jlavid Miller of At
'a.;: ..(ii ui'uia arrived Tuesday: for a
few days' visit to their father, Mr.
' ....-..- s
. Mrs. F. A. Anderson of Johnson
City. Tennessee is the suies: of her
brother, Mr. W.T. Shelt.ui, and Mrs.
inoiiK the visitors here -Mondav
were Mr. F. R. . Mease and Mr. J. K.
I '.lite of Canton.
M-. Krnest. Withers and Mr. C. J.
Ke.ce spent Monday in Ahseville on
.Tr., and Mrs.i.JacS Tuessei' of Sylva
; ea! Saturday in town.
Mr. ( '. X. Buriiett of Pigeon was a
U .- ; nosvi!let visitor this week.
M rs. Thomas Rogers of Clyde spent
Saturday shopping in Waynesville.
.Mrs." James Wells of Canton was a
via,itor in the city Monday.
Mr. (hover Clark of White' Oak
spent Monday here on business.
Mr. Ciu Messer of Crabtree spent '
Monday in town. I
Mr, Cliarles Medford was here from j
Iron Duff Monday. f I
': . j
Mr. O. M. Hampton of Canton was
a Waynesville visitor this week.
Mr, D. J. Noland was here from
t i.:. : pekjIanent..
- 'VA ES
Kiii; five I 'e r nui ncn t wave 1 .00
fsederic, standard .... :.50
French. Oil Wave .!.73
. LOOK t?bf'-,--C YOU leap")
I Our Cgs-t tump y - "
fAliC ND iCtOAFCE
Don't jump ai conclus
ions you can't eat the
label. Talk the food ques
tion over with some of
your friends who pur
chase their groceries at
this shop and you will
ccme to the conclusion
that there is wisdom in
J, C. ROSE
Phone SS Main St.
TIME 111 FIT AWAY THOSE WINTER
- .:'. PROVIDED ..
Get out all your winter togs and send them to us
for a real cleaning before you put them away for a whole
year. . . ; ".' -;'..
They'll keep better, and will be much fresher and
look brighter next fall when you bring them out again.
Our charges are smallthe saving to your clothes
will be more than you think
CALL TODAY AND HAVE THEM CLEANED
11 T 1
Call .205-Wt ti Do The Rest"