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0 / 75
Eleanor Bushnell, Editor
MRS. AVERY SPEAKS TO l. 1. r
Of exceptional interest was the meet
"(f the Dorcas Hell Love Chapter
"I tlic Daughters of the American
Revolution, held on Wednesday af
ternoon at the home
Stringlii Id, who iva
'eiviiiK' ht-r gues s by
James Aikins, .ir. Sj
the- afternoon wore:
Morris and .Mis. A
A-heville. both mcmhi
ivard liiiiuiiiihe ChapU
of Airs; Sam
ssisted in re
;!' sister, Mrs.
rial giiest of
('. Avcrv, of
s of the Kd-
of that place
l'rr-i-eding- the pi'iigiiiin ;he recent
Mr. I'. I.enoir (livyn, presided over a
!".iin-s- (ssion. During this time
various reports were given, Among
v: '' ""e of the chairman
"i I'aiii .! i Education, which in the
-cin-i oi ;hi- chairman of the eom-
li. !'. Walker. Mrs. Kate
iented She stated that
'as tin- twenty-tilth anni
1 tiie presentation of the
! occasion of the annual
a contes: was of unusual
The handsome trolii medal
' 1A Uh CIV IC LKACVK ELECTS I
A A H OFFICERS I
Ihe regular monthly meeting of!
'" ( '.vle Civic League was held last i
Tuesday afternoon at the home off
Mrs, Grady Ropers, the retiring' Rres-1
:dent. with Mrs. Norman Penland as
Ihe St. Patrick motif
i!e; i f.itintr the home.
'During the business session which
p. Tied the program several reports
-re given after which officers were
; f'e 1 as follows. Mrs. E. M. Green
;.sident; Mrs. Pat Cole, vice presi-
nt; Mrs. Grady lingers, treasurer;
''I Mr-. Devoe Medford, secretary.
i quests ol tlie alternoo?) wm
a i ie
liy liay liurgin and the
lei- second went to Gor-
. while Richard Queen re.
radio mention. It was de
: similar medal he Riven
'i high school hoys, anil
'e Hampton of Canton, was
cners of the Civile Sp
hostesses sorroii u Qnlri
" "': "wiul hour winch followed
i-iv-cm were: .jrs. ,J .'ree-
' ' I'Mi-, VIi, (, M
( K 1 i h Mi - Pat Cole,
l a .Hennessec, Mrs. Devoe Med-Mi-s
.Nell Collins, Mrs. Jud
"" xu- ' M Clan, Mi - C
'"'"'y. Mr.s. c. Havnos. Mrs.
";; l'.nsdahl, Miss Hazel Stall
lit' ("I Sil;i 1 I,,,,. . U: . .
M,-s:! ''S AJC
Im (.rooks,. Miss Mar
'"I -I-'-e Gi: : Under.
l CM MUX TV CUM! Hours
Vvith a large iunnoe.1- t,f nu-mje-r.-'"'"
ViM urs W .. t tnt tegular .Uaii-h
I'lv-etinir oi uie Community Club was
''"' 111 li,c' 'lub ,'uums on Thursday
Ii. 'l he mcefin..- u r,
rt 3 r, .,ul-,l
ben ColKitt, president.
Jl Mrs. Kri ..icGce, Mrs.
!r. served as secretary,
reports f special in
' ioilowintr: Mrs. ljynr,
' education repurteu
MakinK- Institute whih-
''1' the three fed-
jwn would begin on
at the Township
' .he suoerv-iuii.,, ,,f
'Ui-.e !;.!. 'Mrs.' Bunn
tated that th- schooln were
lietter Sueech W....L- fi..., .
annual dress mik-
.1 . , "tr Lunivai
ne pins nt
'lai'e of the
-'iis Mary Ruby Davis
week-end in Caiuon as the
ns Mary Hooks.
Mrs. ('. V.liel
had as their
Stroud of Greensboro wa
of Mr. C.K. Weatherbv
jst i vin
. J. M.
and Mrs. R. L
ilie visitors la
v. ilensin, Jr.. was a week.
oi ins grandparents, Mi
P. L. Turbyfill.
a connnittee t
prizes was up
i i ,..f i. i
mil- inei uo
of her com
'' the club to
al which is giy
winner in the
ljy the club for
w It I
"h- JO!" Non rtti viKu .-. Ct.-ii.
, ' l.".L41fi. ouulii
,-j ' i , . wnere she will visit Mr
-ul Mstti Mi. I ntn
Floral Display In
Park Will Bring
Many Tourists Here
.- Maiy 1
'' the coi
alley as the
ed that sin-!
the dimin- i
w amount '
y. ' !'. HAS
'!' I 1 1 ,
."C' e : oi it.l a, ei
n n :
i I ' t 1 1 1
l! i'. r. h,:
tile Sunday Schou
limit v Cli
ii -o m.:l
;' picnic j.
.ad of t
e.-H -Morris of Asbeville,
-ler-ted district leader, who
i nued at the state confer,
introduced. Mr-. Morris
liy, staking the pleasure
attend.ing tlje nieeting and
r interest and cooiieral ion
Avery, who had the n:i-
b.e -afternoon.- was next -pre.
She made a most impressive
ilsi- .establishment of the
State-"- Government under the
it-ion". In herjinnine; sh( spoke
veins h-ading up to the adop
tiie contstitution and of the
M of the great men: whose
-i wi-dom and iorsight made
st-oi-y, Slie then outlined the
the new country trvinir to
its- destinjr-. She eomnareil
ihe probh-imi of yesterday and tod iy
in such an insjn'rational manner, that
each one present felt a renewed spirit
of patriotism ;md courage with which
to meet 'today's struggles. Following
the ini eting a delightful social' hour
..;-. i -:
J.000 Specis Ol I im(MS
Trees Are Found In
I 'ark Are;i.
(So to (Hiturdt 0mtiiiig
( lll-KCH .NOTICES
Rev. H. W. Haucom. pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 W. C. Allen
Morning- Worship, 11:00. :
G:30 all B. Y. P. U.'s of church meet.
i:o0 evenine- wnrshin k..
Mid-week prayer service 7:,'J0 Wed-suay.
Rev. Wade Johnson, pas.
The Church School meet. .
liip 11:00, ami t
at li:15. Eveni!
vice at 7:30.
Kev. li. I'. Walker, pastor
boath School 9:-lo a, m.
-tors Pre-Conimunion cla-
-n room. ik in t),
Kev. Henry II. Chapniar
ary fr0m Andik, Alaska,
duct the services a; Grace
church next Sunday, Mar,
e veil in e-
by the pastot
an Home "
Chapman was bom
and , spent his m
mlik and Fairbanks. He
his work next Sunday.
The public is invited to a
ivice and hear Rev. Chap
ilazei wood -New
siun fell on
In . Mr. I!.iii-o.v
umbers by M
11- "The.' Flow
EAST 1 1.1 YNESVILLE
Sl l l I :LA SS MEETS
J he Kast Waynesville P T A
Study ! lass met on last Friday even
ing at the home of Miss Mildred Craw-
Miss Crawf ord presented the lesson
-ui the subject, "A New Force i" Ed.
utation in an interestinc-and instrne
tive manner. Fourteen; members were
'Ine next meeting will be held with
.ii.t.i naisy ioyii on r riday evening
Vlaich IS. All members and patrons
oi. tnt -school are invited to attend
hom i s c lui: io mi LT TO
-inu oman s Club . will meet this
anernooii at .i:.,0 o'clock at the home
oi wr- w i (. taw foid with Mi, J
1. Loman as associate hostess
Miss KoPina Miller will be in charge I
o; a special Art I'rograin which will
tie piesented duriiig the afternoon audi
ui- l II McDowell will have the
paper on .riove Stories "
1 X I'. mwr .....
'v"s. u.'YV. Miller who spent
several days here as the frue.sts of
the former's father. Mr. C W Miller.
rriuay lor their homo in Atlanta,
iiL-oiKia. iney were accompanied by
-wrs. l.. r. Kirkpatrick. who will be
tneir guest in Atlanta- for several
flint.. t . . r.r:i.. .. . , ... .
.j.. -ci-.. rvii KpaiiicK will also
visit her sister, Mr.s. George A Niles,
ami .nr. in ues in orniin, (ieorgia
ME I llohlST Visxinv.i i
Tilts HAVE HUSIXESS
'"ima:i-s Missionary Society
i i'M n joint meeting with the Young
woman's Society last Tuesday even
ing in the dining room of the Metho
i' t church.
K: i h niember present brought sun.
I'T and the first part of the evenini?
Was in the nntnro nf o -w.;.,i t-u
---. v ,itt mi aiii-
After supper the first lesson m
Uliy COUSe on Christ on,l TU C
"... - .... unit itn- rm
rig Kingdom was discussed by Rev
he .second and T:iai l fth- .All H'ttl I...
, , ""v 't v in oi:
lar-en up tomorrow evening, at 8
o clock at which time Dr. C N flnrl-
ia.-,Loi oi me Methodist church at
(..anion. wi make tho tnU- s
.i i ... i-'-v vik-
uie ciose ot the services light refresh
HH'nts will lie sevvoyi
LEACI E MVL'TV u iTir
WITH MRS CARRE 'IT
1k- CiV.it- League met at the home
Mi-.-.. Aoble CJarrett on Inst Fi-fvl,;,,
During the liiisin'otsu n.,.
... . "t-.t -it'ii tne ciuo
1'iiesi'd the time for "cleatl-up week"
i d tided on the first week after
' .'A (ommittee was appointed
purellase gifts for the County
ine when thn ,. I,.), i. .'.
., , . ... -" "" "naives a visit
that institution, at Fast,.,- t;,
it . . " "v .
1 V' me conr tiRTriti u i.;....
T v"' vv ti . iiiiiiiiit nvflu
il D II T'lllrt 1. t.
.. , . - ' "-in iv i president
euenueil c nhs it-hn
i .ii.-iuisMni me
"'t- .too . to r
D(. Mi Till. t
r -d a ; !!,! n-,
v vv4 1
ng was then turned ovei
line Alstetaler. i-hiiii-m.-m
irden Departiuent. .wiib had
' the program; of the aftor
i!h the assist:! in tit'
;,V lhiinlan, she gave an illustnited
iire.n "Lansciipe (ia-rdenihg ah
iu'ii." whieii whs m-,,l
through the courtesy of the magazine
iiuer iiotr.es and 'Garden." . Each
'e.-nuie ol her talk-' w.-i , ill.t,. . ,..,i.i
. . ' ;' HlU.lLltUfll
v.ii i iieautitully colored latern slides
nasneci on the screen.
She opened her remarks with the
act that landscape gardening- must
lie ccnsidered an art and not a science
and the importance of keeping up'
permqst in mind the thought of br
gini.ed beauty. AH types of beauti
lUl ellects possible -in nlanned ay,iJ
t,.i .,. i , , .:
-.s ut.-ie uescrioea tronv the rau-
-".cipa ouiiaing to the simple small
,u"K" owi eK-h showing the funda
mental principles of landscape art
fi""1 ""ik each.
Miss Alstcatter emphasized the fac
that the character of the planting
.iooiu a nome iiepenus largely on the
Uxhltectlll'Jll ilosio-n tu' u,..
She spoke of the part garden structure
ami luiniiure have in giving charm
u s-tjlc and design-. She descrihed
a l'lOUS tVDf'S nt "--nnnlo o.wl -Al.
..' -"-' i .O M11U luviv
tens. suitable, to certain locations
During the social hour th
teases. Mrs Rnfiw SSilA p
J Hv.itt, Mi, W A Bradley, and
andw ithe-, and cakes Special guests
tnp. aftcrnnnh wnrn lv n:i o i...
the organization being sponsored by
the ( ohitiulnitv Club
e-. of plant
ire i on the
Utiny -dopes, in a rl
---'.' -easnii. Of a
in kies is tb,
an ci iilinent,
"'ei tli Ante
-mi. inc., mooiiroots and
ler species growing in the
-' and ravins or ."on the
the early ilovver
'ticular interest in
large vnrietv of
I .ii. )!.
-o-ue i i oi the ,l,s known
l'ing lound in tiies-j moun
'' ot the specie found lien
science and aie vet .lb he
ileus nt b ue
v.- as -any cultivate
as, iris, bluets, Vjn
iling arbutus add ti
J) i n
be done hv rlnh
talk the hostess
Miss Laura Jones of Asheville was
me gue-t ot lriend, in anesdU
Mr. John W.Shook and Mr. AI. A
Leatherwood of Clyde were Wavnrs
ville visitors last week '
Mr. William Cogdill and Mr Don
Cogdill of Canton were here on busi.
week was Mr
visitors in town last
r,arl t erguson of Jon
Mr. Charles Caldwell of Clyde wai
a Waynesville visitor last week
..vui.uiu ieaunerwooa was a
visitor nere lrom Jonathan last week
Kev. K. I. McCracken of Clyde
. 4 e-.. i 1 - -Tr ... J
.iJcnL oaiuiuay m vvaynesville
Mr. Jennings McCrary was among
the visitors here from Clyde last week
Mrs. Andrew Moore and a party of
friends motored Xo Asheville Monday
Mr. Fred Lykes of Asheville was a
Waynesvillo visitor Friday. I
V.WfA 1P SOCIETY VFrrs
A T II A PTIST PA i?snT a nv
TU W '"".'vMinju
1 he omaii s Mr
tile Lantkit churr-h TioM -Jfe ron..,iA.
meeting last Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs II - W -R,nm. tu.
.... --- ... xnv
Molly Hen-en Circle was in -hnr
oi the program, which included re
poi t.s ot the lnston-Salem conven
tion by Mrs. Baucom and Mrs J R
Morgan.- e .
...It was decided at this meeting that
t he society would give a Father and
Son Banquet tomorrow, nroni n rr i
March 17, at which time a Royal
Ambassador chapter will be organized
V? MRS H RBER WILL ES-
TERTA .V- FTtm A V vvx t x7r
Mr. and Mrs. RichaM Barber, Jr.
will be hosts nt"o Kk;.i -ax -
. v Hiu-uillllLT 10-
moi row evening at their home on Love
Lane. Invitations have been issued
o ,ippi oximateiy twenty-five guests
Ml- n,i 1T II- -r.
'!.. .kuss had as
their guests, on Wcilra.i u. i.x
tors narents. Mr- vnA it- r'.i...
- - mis, I-USIIT
inmnett. and sister, Miss Myrtle Ben
nett, of Hendersonville.
MRS. CLARK HAS HOUSE PARTY
Mrs. O. P rim-t t it-- i.....
tained a number of her frionc , n
hcu-e pirty last week-end. The guests
'nc in led: Mc m;i,ij m-.., 6
vf. . . """" voniz. miss
Maigare Walker, Mis, Kdna Fer
guson. Miss MnU m-.i.
,-. . ' ... -ii.ii k,. hit. j3ee
"avis. Mr. Jule Nobnd, Mr. Claude
Mr Ben Wright.6"
I A DE Missrnx au- i.w'irT.e
II LIS UI1H MRS I'EXL n
1 he Woman's MiKlnni...'cn'..:.....
m civde Mothn ij; Zi," e
he home of ,1,1
- "uu. i er, mi ( etll spcncei
assisting. . - ' 111 1
ine devotional was led
ud Andeison, attei which
'.r, Mr.. IIur,t Jllstlct!
lie hostesses seied a salad course
' ter the meeting.
Mi s Vi Kilpatn.k will leave
turdav. tn nttonvi n, t.. ;
li , i ;.' .-'.- on! iniernational
t ie ennsjhan.a IIote ,n Npw
'ti fiom Mondiv through
' i'msday next week Mis, Kilpatnck
- .M.ineaed with the Jo-Ann 'beau y
iS', ' TCnUl 0"PPd ln the
n l rrc"s ,hoP I)ur'nff her
10RY HOUR XEAT S' 1 TT"nn a -
The Children's Story Hour will be
conducted next Saturday afternoon at
4 o clock m the Commissioner's room
at the court Vinncn
On last Saturday afternoon there
were sixty children nrini i,.:
u,e l aiK. icare orchids may be found
in, the ravines and secluded localities.
The types of plants vary with the
altitude And t m Klnf,.;.-' j
- -- v.,v u,vyiiiiK periods or
the same stiecies ;ire Int..,. -u:u
altitudes. ; - Kne,
Ot paramount inftve .c
, , uu Lru. visi
tor 111 the Crent ...:n u . ,
- n, ot, tnt.
tlOWers. Ot the l-hnil-nrliiiiHrn. j
... . "-te'iut uuu ,
moumain laurels. . Knt re nwiinhin
Mopes lovcnng thousands of acres
will be blanketed in the flowers of
these showy mountain shrubs, in June
... -.cii. i ne purpie rhododendron
mosi oeautllul ot a the variolic
mows in great masse, along the tops
ot the higher ridires. The hmrelo .,.
to be found in profusion at most ele
vations, the u-reat f inirfil nc I?lv,l,wl,..
. " ... ivinuvnn.ii-
uron maximum fills ntio ,.oii.,
some .of ihn oVti-i.l.., !,;... .. j-
., ..,, ui-nij; . loot in
diameter at the base and twenty or
more feet in lieio-ht
An area ot i'hoHn(lonili-f.r. ,,-k;..i. ...:n
oe ot particular interest to Park visi
tors this season, is found on h I unm
...U .. i- ftm ... . : . '"-
nut oi r nomas Kidge. This area is
easilv reached b isitois, h motoi
to Aewfound Gap thence bv"the In
dian Gap road to a point where a new
tiail has been built down the Thomas
Ridge. For .three miles this trail, will
traverse a vast flower garden High
ways and trails through other parts
of the I'ark lead tn Urm . e
t-i ...Ur. ;,i
weese Friday, Mai
I'--, ilarii'y '
Haywood County -,.
-Mr. Jerry E" Clarl
! 'it.v- Teniv. is visiting i
-lr, ami .Mr-, l.utlu ,
iii'iuli' of Knka spent
'itii the former's sis
Ar. anil .Mrs. Joe Ii
1 K :stern -Carolina
'" i"" i' visit 'In tb,. .,i
:rd, T. V. Da
Fair Webb. K
'.:;, who remain..
i'wood County If
''tinned the lattc
r I'oweio- ami
i'r, M r-. I-.'...
'.-'tli and eons
ive.d Uisi vvi ek
: moeher, Mrs.
((i"te ill a'
part or the
I Spring Football
i To Take Place Of
Baseball At School
(ileilll F.'11-n.-ini' tiii.l v..,,. ii..
week-end at Murnhv
Ir.; Pewey Brendle qf Lenoir spent
week-end with Kit, rn .,.-!..
POOSILR CLUB ih h T?
i lie Uazclwoofl nL-f,,- '!(
tamed the teuhns of the Haelwood
.. . xi u.si.ay evening at the Town
Jmly members and guests
I!111, l,,esc"t The pics.dent, San.
"-tni, was in charge of the nieeting
... i r-ii.uui-s oi the club spoke
o" important questions pertaining to
the community, especially the solving
of the overcrowded condition of the
school A very delicious dinner wa
church. y 6 ldd'eS l the Ba',t,lt
'Oiie to the condition of" the
ehool athletic iield, which is
railed, baseball and track hnv
postponed and spring football
tire will be held instead. Co'iieJ, vv
Last Monday t he ii r. t workout wa.
held and 4:1 candidates responded t
the call. Thirteen of these have
pl'iyed football before.
Tho enthusiasm and manner in
whic-lr the boys practiced was r-.
niarkab e. aceor-rlino. r.,,.,.,1. it'...i.
postponed, it is expected that a de
cided improvement will be noted in
next fall's football team. -
The football field is being leveled.
It had not been definitely decided
yesterday who Mould tell the stories
... t.u ay out an interesting program
will be arranged for the children.
Mr. and Mrs S w
, ... IIXJU.-IU1CU spent
a-t weekend visiting their son, Sam
Bushne Jr.. , Chapel Hill and Mrs
Bushnell's s.ster, Mrs. J. D Bivins,
and Mr. Bivms in Chapel Hill.
Miss Francei Ti ...- j i..
, e- i.i.uiiieu to
ner home in AeVinrn x.
, w vl,It 10 hPr ndparents, Mr.
ii j iuia, i . I,. nrmm
TipS MilrJrPr TI
he guest of Miss Mable Wark at
Hejiro lat week-end.
Increase Is Shown
In Sunday School
Results from -t.m pnmnoi f.
,4,v v.I4,ftl, i yJL nc w
members of the Methodist Sunday
ocnooi were shown Sunday morning
.-.. .l was notea ..mat the young
....... , i c.,-ii tc uo
ine class was divided into tn-A ,i;
visions some weeks ago for making
...-mi memoers. Deing designated
... ..- auu uie oiue.s. with the un
derstanding, that the group that
bi ought in the largest number of new
V", VIS 1,1 a K'ven period would be
ine nonor p-nesto of o .
,. , "u " "iiint'i serven
in the dining hall of the church and
- , oy me losers. The young
. -..... Miioa win serve me dinner
mole aunnay remains for regis
, 1.". ::""'trS' nfl the SUPP"
"'t i" ii snori time.
H- J. Rlofln 19 tllQ rrrm 1
, "- Rtnciii super-
intendent of the Sunday School, Hugh
'HISS K IS SIlWtriTltOTlr n.il C 4.1,
v;;.,v' 0 vi'e aauit
"viuiLiui-iii, ana w. A. iiradlev
, - we young men's
that is putting on the drive.
n.ev wane Johnson, pastor of
uemotiist church, is the teacher
4.--J : J.: ueen
"fffjuiattu Deiween tjhile and
-""sc, iiiLTie man j,
telenhonps orn w.r....i . ..
ur- u- I '"""cu l"- montn
aoinugion, u. L.
it IK firsf t0,f,Phone exchange in
the State of California was opened
ism 7 ?e&rl "g0: on February 17,
iots, at San Francisco. '
.IZALII oo a ELEMI
1 1 ... ..
iiunor ion lor February 19yj
Seventh Orade. J. 1. ucam
Vnginia Wh.tnei, Ma.j I'o eat
Mable Wjatt, Mildred Bundle, ILu
moil Kogers '
i.th Grade, Frances Garner
ilelcn Kegels, Howard Collins, Car
oi luatt Uouglas Holsonback
iiith Grale, Mrs. Knight
IUCnebon' 1Jllli "Jatt, Billy
: Miss Stringfield :
Ida. Mi lie l.rnvn.. ie.!:...
i. ,,,-., r "J-"- "uun i-reasman.
' ""'"ie nay, nay iruett
louitn Giade, Mi-s Burgm.
b.-ia McClurt I loia Mae Smith
Raymond Henry. " U"'
Jack Dagenhart I illtan Mes,er
?' t ciif.'
Seated ''"""y Milner, Frank
Thnd Grade, Miss Tucker
Meta 1 icus, Kathryn Blalock. Edith
een, Dorothy R.cheson Mary Lee
Alley. Fr.mk . n;i T , 'rtt
',..: f, "-"Kt.oii, tester iiur-
tm Thurman Smith, Cathenne Davis
Viririnia VVil&nn ii . .
Ilia Arnnglon. lrUctt
Welch' Fra,l,e 1S,S 1 eerwood.
Uelch Early. Ada Coffev Cirl
-Jn. Frederick Vaughn, If
viullllV, VIarcrtiv.t TJl-l-.i ..
rarns, Ralph Ywns
Aralene Filler n:
"uwuir,. Dorothy J her, Mil
drcd Rogeis, Helen Smith, Doris Ruri
WE RE AS H4PPV ran
CAUSE Web FA If? AND SQUARE
AR AND 5QUAFE
We have every light to
feel pleased because of
the compliment. ry at
tendance of Jiap;y pur
chasers who daily throns
our establishment in
quest of good fc-ds. We
serve them faithfully and
well and they tell their
friends about ur. That
keeps us pretty busy you
J, C. ROSE
" ' - . " ' ,.- "7"
DO NOT QUIT
When thtngs go Wrong, as they sometimes will
wTZ rad yU're trUdgins seems a Phi",
When the funds are low and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you heave a sigh.
When care is pressing you down a bit
Rest, If you mu,t-but do not quit.'