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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINfeEB
THURSDA, MARCH &j,;l9.3:
Eleanor Bushnell, Editor -
SPEAKERS ARE AS SOUSCEU. (M AS
FOR UOMAS'S VOSFERESCE !
Plans are going forward for the
meeting of the Woman's Missionary
Society Western North Carolina Con
ference of the Methodist church which'
will be held here April 1H-20.
The main speaker on the two-day
program will be Dr. Fred P. Mangel,
who has been a missionary in Huchow.
China since PJOO and i- in the United
State- on a furlow Other speakers
will be: Mr.. W. A. Newell, of Green.-. -boro
council .-.uporintcndent of Chris
tian social relations; Miss Naomi
Howie, who has been in Huchow since
I'S'T,, and will be plea-antly remem
bered here where she lived durirg
the yar- t'rv.l he father was presiding
hi.- district ; Miss Margaret
Winston-Salem, who will
the Bethlehem House work;
tter and Floyd from Brevard
Mi- - R
5 CLUB HOLDS MARCH
The March meeting of the Woman's
Club was held on ia.-.t Thursday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs W. T.
Crawford with Mr-. J T. Coman a-..--i-tar.t
In the absence of the president, Mrs.
c. F. Kirkpatrick,, the first vice pres
. :-r.t. Mrs. G rover Davis, presided.
Various report.-, wre made during
r. busir.es- session which preceded
,r,- program. Amonj.' these was one
-pecial interest by Mrs. Frank
i ,-iguson. Mr-. Ferguson stated that
t:.e plans, which were drawn by Mr.
Beadle of BiUmore Forest, for land-
- apii.g the court house grounds were
he hand- of the commissioners.
A- part of the Better Hemes Pro
.'rain, the lub voted to sponsor a
f,,r m-.der.i.rivileged girls. This
I.. M' Kee,
' J 1 (- U .
be taught by Miss Louise
Mrs B. D. Bunn. chairman
,r., i.- in 'harge of this pre
, .-,!-', voted to co-operate
W. Ii. Matthew- in her
program and 'donated $5.00
nT.-e- of this program,
g the business session Mrs.
i w !! read an interesting
!.'.-, S-toriea.' She traced
of th stories from
ie , rva -the
MRS. SEA VER HOSORS MRS.
A lively affair last week was the
bridge party and tea given by Mrs.
J. . Seaver on Saturday afternoon
at her home on Haywood street honor
ing Mrs. Richard Barber, Jr., the
former Miss Elizabeth Norman of
Gnilin. Georgia, who has been exten--ively
entertained since her marriage
Quantities of spring flowers, jon
i;a:.s predominating, were effectively
arranged in the living rooms. In the
oir.ir.g rot.ni the central table was
covered with a hand.-ome lace cloth
i.r.'i centered with a green bowl of
yellow daffodils and fernery. St.
Patrick's Day decorations were used
and a color note of green and yellow
was observed in all party appoint
ments. High score prize was presented to
Mr-. B-r. Colkitt, while Miss Charlotte
H -.t-her received the low score gift-
.McDowe.ll won the conso
iinong the tea guests and
r received an attractive
I V l
-ited in receiving
: Nancv ( rockett
'!ge were: Mrs.
Bar he i .
. M r-
1 1.1:1 .
t n V
th 1'. T
wa. held in
by the Girl
;. for the -h
Ve IWIIltiC! -.
Ml Ml I I
I I O
M 1 -Quo
.til - -
.1. M. I
i o pre-ent to
This is an
i !,-. In !ud. d
ent a t iiitr.-icter in her
in the tn
A. Alter the
an i ft? coui:-
atrick's Day color scheme
..icmbers present were:
.-.Iley, Mi.-s Klizabeth
..Clark Meilford, Mrs. J,
r. and Mrs. V . L. M
y fur fir-t cla
making a drive
week and thi
larken. Mr. and' Mrs.; S. C. Plott
Mr:, Leo ..vkntel. Mrs. (i. C. I'lott
Mi . .lam Jo.ies. Airs. Homer l lott
Mr.-. A. 1', ...-abetter, Mi.-.s Kula Bat
lei-.ri. An.-.. 'Bin wood- Grahl, Mrs,
Spauiding b n. . Ie r wood, . Mi.s.s Klizabeth
Mc lacKeii. ..loss Daisy Boyd: guests
f r life i eiiii.g included M rs. B. D
Bunn. president of trie k I. A. (,oun-
.iiss J aiiine
Campbell, and Mis
iy even.iig, March
S. C I'lOLt and -Mrs.
Iioste.-.-es to the ci
I-,. ( . I'lott.
;'Oi d in charge
; 1 7
... C o iiiciiard
he held on
G. C. I'lott
is-, at the
of the les-
. i .: 77.V-
la:.h i w.t,. -.ci- an.l bridge -party
at -.e.-j; i..o : Mn Li.ve i.aMe.
):. ;.:... .'. ',. ..crvci af ti.v . iliiiing
lai.o viia u .. u. c ivei c i v.-itii an c.t
qui M a i.-:'. ti. and centered
wi'h a fj-itu ..hi'..'.1,:" i-.a!eiiiUiias and
'hg'd .'. j -;--.' tjpei. Tne guests
.Wei.- .-.out. a 0. aUt.i -u.-y Uppoltlted
: .loi.iiru,i '' i.: : . other :,p i ing- flowers
a'tlliaoci-.i . 'i,-iv attiactiVeKes of the
reception 7 . ami a Si. i'at.rick's
Day mot.! . . a . clevi ily carried out
ui. t ach c-.ui i c' of the u.Miei- and. all
pan. v apie.i i:'.o .em.i.
( on ran . iue w.i.t pi.-.yed at five
table a;: r an. interesting ..series
ol pj-ugio, :i.:.-, fiign.score prizes were
; waru.-d si i-.js.-, Mary Quinlan -and
Mi M. lt: :J,.le,.
.. Ti:o.,e ..m-included: Mr. and
Mr I 1 . i Ii ird dis M II
Boule- . .-i : i..-im .M r-. Fart hmitli.
It . ( i i 1 , jH, tt Ji
li ! i i Si Mi-, Marv
Quinia'i .d , Be: .ev i.ane Qumlan,
.Mis., Doi-oihv -i..t:;e..Miss Mary String-.-ii
11 M I Bn' i M iiL,inia
VVil I i i l i i I u h ell Mr
Daw l-i'iiiiih, .nr. James I-erguson,
..li. iviiiin (':- ,.i-t.-.dr. Anion I're-
Mi I i i N i M I i n Sioin
III . ' i W 1 ltrcr
Frevos., ah'i . h. -.den: ori I. ot ( haii
"Ii I i l. i Mi H Ii i 1
and Dr. -J .: -.-cringneltl- made a brief
m.-ine-.i trio- f. f;:ticigh last week.
Mr. K. I, .!:. t.r, i.;;u:..i Morviay
roiii a wefdk.-e.-iu, viit m the eastern
part ol the sc.itev
ilr. Wokiiuiu i Jone.--was here last
veek-end t vI-Tl Mrs;, Jones and little
Mrs. C. A. Liaynes and daughter',
lis- l-.nie.yn U ,ynes. Mient last week.
nd vinit;ni' iv.iis. C.ai:oIvn and Mr.
larold H:viif.,, who are students at
4ars Hni f.oW-'tz;,
will be taken into the troop
oav. March 21.
Along with many new activities the
Fine I ree I roop with the aid of Mr.
B. D. Bunn is making a studv of as--tronomy.
Basketry has been taken
up as an interesting new feature and
Mr-. M. G. Staniev is directing a
course in nature stud v;
WD MAS hb bfR f TFR.
TAIS BRIDGE CLUB
Quite n delightful event this week
was the meeting of the Contract Sup
per (dub and a lew additional guests
with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Keener as
hosts at their home on Haywood
tur the occasion the home was at
tractively arranged with quantities
of jonquils, forsythia, and hyacinths.
to carry out a color -cheme of yellow
: ii 1 greeo. This motif was also noted
in the courses of the supper and the
After the games Mrs. M. II. Bowles
and Mr. hov Campbell were found to
!.i o'd high score- and received lovely-
present were: Mr and Mrs
ell. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Camp.
and Mrs. M. H. Bowles. Mr.
. C. C. .White. Mr. and Mrs.
!!:.;. Mrs. William Shoolbred,
Wallace Blackwell. .
( Ji M
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jones, of Wood
stock, New York, who are spending
the winter at the ClevewiU Apart
ments, spent a few days last week
in Albemarle and Jugtown.
Mr. Bill Prevot and guest, Mr.
Alfred Mandez, returned to Chapel
Hill Sunday after pending several
days visiting the former's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L- Prevost,
Misse- Mildred Medford and Caro
.yn Allison, students at Western
Carolina Teachers College at Cullo
wr.t e- spent the week-end at their re
.Mr, Ben .Atkins Ic-lt Sunday to re
sume his studies at the University of
North Carolina after spending the
week-end with his parents Mr. and
Mrs James Atkins.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Withers and
small daughter, Betty May. of New
Orleans. Louisiana arrived Saturday
ior a visr to Mrs. Withers' parents,
Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Walker.
(go to Olliurrli mtiag
H. W. Baucom, pastor
45. W. C. Allen
r home a
ister, Mrs. Al
has been quite
and Mr. Kiii
turday - par.
Sunday school, &
Morning Worship, 11:00. .'
0:30 all B. Y. P. U.'s of church meet.
7:30 evening worship. Sermon by
Mid-week prayer service 7:30 Wednesday.
Rev. Wade Johnson, paslor
Tne Church School meets at .' j:
Morning Worship 11:00, and the hi..
vice at 7:::0.
at 0:15. Event
.1. I: .li-
i or teii
. A. H. Withers, of
il. W. Baucom.
Mrs. R. H. Black-
Harden Howell! Mrs- N.
Mi s. James J nomas. Mrs.
J. . Robeson . Miss .Frances Robeson,
i .Miss Mary Quinlun.
visrnsa PA RES TS
is Brown, of :he 'th Bombard
ijuaclron (,t Langley J-'ield, Va.
ing his parents, .Mr. and I. J
Mr. Brown expects to bi
r about o0 days.
pern! a week
R. P. Walker, nastor
&:45 a m.
MISSIOSARY TO SPEAK AT EPIS
COPAL CHURCH SUSP AY
Rev. Henry H. Chapman, nii.,;.,n.
ary from Andik, Alaska, will c;,n;
ouct the services a; Grace Episcopa'
v. Chapman was born
in An d
U r l
i. T. A. Meet
Ha v wood Bovs
following visitor's were here
:ee the first of the week: Messrs.
McCracken. Jack Williams, F.
--er, and Rev. ilightill. ;
Mr. and .Mrs. Carol Long announce
the birth of a son. Carol, Jr.I.. on Fri
day, March 17. at the Haywood Coun
U Hospital. Mrs. Long is the former
Miss Margaret Hildebrand of Canton-
Mr. P. H. Keller of Canon City.
( olorado. who arrived two weeks ago
to visit his brother. Mr. S. H. Keller,
has decided to remain in W aynesville
an indefinite time and assist his broth
er at the Keller Novelty W'orks. It
is interesting to note that this is Mr.
Kellers first visit to Wavnesville in
thirty years although he at one time
made his home here, and during those
thirty years the brothers have not
.of. ii-)i,ert Howell of Jonathan was
a week- nd guest of his uncle anil
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. 1). M. Killian.
Miss Helen Green ot Pines Creek
was a Waynesville visitor last week
end. Mr, Aaron Prevost made a business
trip to Raleigh last week and returned
Mr. A. K. Kirkpatrick of Mebane
was a guest of Miss Marv Mock last
Mr. J. M. Newton. Jr.. of Greensboro
arrived Wednesday to spend a few
davs here on business.
e 1'. T. A
i.v to car:
of the program
i that shi ubbery
and is now . s
the -building's ar
I IKST GRADE HO.VOK
ROLL FOR C I. V I) E
e on the honor roll.
at .the- Clyde s.-ln, 1
of I-ebruarv were:
n Brown. Earl Justice.
anil Mary Jane Fish,
honor roll, of the remainder
n er Co)
. 175, D.
t. KiU. Glonii
Sawyer, 105- Garlev,
i i (
Mrs. Dayton Hunter of Flizabeth
tori, Iennessee was a week-end guest
nt Mr. and Mrs. John N. Shoolbred
Mis. Hunter came for the occasion of
Hie birthday anniversary of her twin
-isters, Mrs. Shoolbred and Mrs. Hor-
-t- Mrs. Shoolbred's daughter.
h. la. Wood, and Miss Marv
! were also here from Flizaboth-
the birthday celebration.
Mrs. W. H. Luther left Friday
several weeks visit to friends
Mr. George McC racken had
guest hist week-end Mr. Charles
"I W est A.-heville.
lSS MEDFORD II7.V.S' IIOSOL
ie-- Helen Medford, daughter of
Hr. .and Mrs. W. Clark Medlord. and
i ioeniber ot the 1 reshman class at the
A oinan s College ol the University of
v.rili Carolina at Greensboro, has
. i-:i Honored -by oeing invited . to. be
onie a memi.er of the I'layhkers
' lub ot the college, an honi'.r that sel-
yr.i comes to a f reshman. , She is the
n.y inemher ol the freshman class to
eaeive this honor this year.
Miso Medford is an honor graduate
i the Waynesville -Township High
cnool of the class of 11)32. She en-
ered the Woman s college in Scntem.
U.j2 and ioon after matriculat-
tj' came a member of the college
riH as well as a member of the
'jog omen s ( hristian Association
Mt sie ciJ i
Mr.-. J. Harden Howell returned
I relay from a several weeks' Visit to
her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Hunter
Mashall, at their home in Charlotte.
Mr. Howell also spent a week in Ral
eigh with Major Howell and visited
her .son, Mr. J. Harden. Howell. Jr.
Cniversity of North Carolina,
in Charlotte Mrs. Howell was
pirntion of many lovely social
( 1 1 k
. I'. McCracken
ng the visitors here from
last week - .were Messrs.
I and Zeb V. Ferguson.
I' i nes
.Mr- Fred 'Rut-cliff of 'Long Beach.
California is the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Creasman. Mrs.
Ratclift' was in Long Beach during
the recent earthquake but furtunately
sustainpd no injuries. She will be
here until the damage caused by the
earthquake is repaired.
Message No. 7
W know that even ''thoug;
should have the finest oqui'pmcnt
facilities money could . provide
merchandise the equal of any in i
if we do not have your GOOD V
Jerry Noland of Clyde was here
mess the first of the week.
M r. 0
C ( lark of White Oak
here on business.
: its M
TO MEET SATUR
ynoville Music Club will
;ici: meeting next Saturday
.March 2.1, at d o clock, at
f Mrs. Carol Bell.
i Jean Brown will be in
me program on ' American
Mr. am! Mrs. V. T. Uh: Sr. arriv
eo I- inlay from Raleigh where thev
have spent the winter and have opened
their summer home on the Fnirview
k.,ad. They were accompanied bv
Miss Rebecca Merripp. who returned
to Raleigh Sunday. Mr. Lee will go
back to Raleigh this week for a hrief
Mr. I;. D. Bunn, Mr. Homer Henry.
Mr. N. I;, Wright, and Mr .T Paul
Beam and A. J Hutchins. of Canton
left yesterday to attend a meet
ing of superintendents of schools of
the state nl Raleigh. Thev will re
; asked to be pres
i rite ro
may re ich her
70 SALEM ALUMSAE
ma Preston. Field Secreta-
Aiiirnnae Association of
idemy and Salem College,
Uavnesvile on ANednesday.
She is traveling in the
of the college and the acad
will oe glad to commumcflto
ari'l other friends who
through Mis? Virginia
Mr: Joe .-Sloan and
Mr. Andrew Dillon.
South Carolina, have
Douglas. Georgia to
stumes at South Georgia X'sAU-ee after
spending the week-end with the form
er's father, Mr. Hugh Sloan..
Mis Marguerite Massje left Fri
day for Rock Hill, South Carolina
where .-he will spend a week as the
guest of her sister. Mrs. Jessie Mc
Cracken. Miss Massif will also visit
her cou-in, Mrs. Clara Short in Char
lotte before returning to her home.
Mi , ( hares Terrell of Bethel spent
Monday shopping in Wavnesville..
Mf. Furman Noland
was a .Wavnesville visi
M ii C nek
or Monday. I
Mr. D. M Caglc
;own on Monday.
of Clvde was
George Hampton was among
tors here from Canton. Monday
of C rabtree
Mr. N. C. James of Fines Creek
was among Monday s visitors
Mr. J. P. Justice of W est Asheville
was here on business Monday
Mr. Ben Green was here from Fine
(. reek Monday.
Mr. Charles Caldwell of Clvde was
lu'ie on business the first i f the w-eek
Mr. Carroll McCracken of Canton
was a Waynesville visitor Friday
Mi.-s Belle McCracken .f Crabtree
was a Waynesville visitor Mnndiv
Mr. Charles -Moody- of
here on business Monday
: Ku ve worked Joii" en"
mother, said the shift!
wpentanf mood, "now K..
something for voureK "
ih for me
son in a
ut and do
The Astonishing Kvploiis f Mile
Lafarge, Fascinating- and Versatile
French Adventuress, loUl in The
American Weekly, the Maguxi.,,. Hi.
. .o.u.t-o Mini ,cm MindavV B,it
"ir -iiiii-riian. IHIv it from
newsdealer or newsbov
our services would not be used.
The purpose of this nievagi
enumerate some of the mnnv
of service we very sincerely en
to embody in all our relationsh
1: This institytion i- oiierated not
Mitirely as a commercial enterprise..
The desire to serve humanity in a
way befitting the 'Near Sacredness" of
our profession is alwav- present But
coramon-senst; Imsief s method must
be used in the funeral home. Wf tell
our patrons that thev mu t be the
judge when .- .selecting merchandise
We, tell, them we'-want, to sell them
what they can ."afford n.ml wbr.t' tl.o..
can pay us for. We never fry t'o
oversell any one, but . on the .other
hand, the funeral .director must not
undersell, rhe natron. In mo- in
stances, we either know the family or
are able to know just about what
standards of living the family and the
deceased have set in life. Our fun
erals are generally such as to he in
keeping with, the same standards had j
while in life.
II: Fverv person we have is given
a (hiastian burial regardless of what
his station in life is or whether or
r.rtf U. ....... .:... i. , ,
k.i.i-iv aif ieiaues uj taKe care
ot the dead. -A .minister is called and
a: leastprayer is held for the man
even tnough there is no one to el
Ill: We very religiously adher" to
cur policy of extending a sympa
fheuc, understanding, and nersorial
-ei vice in taking complete charee (o
lar as is possible) and caiintr
every detail regardless of 'whether
funeral, is to. be the cheapest or
niost expensive we sell.
for the ne( "
It! "oi il UI
reading hours. Enjov
the wit, the widsom. thp
ccmpanion.'-hip. the charni
that has-made" the ATLA.V
I f( , for seventy-five Years
America s most qi oted and
most cherished magazine.'
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avnesville, N. C.
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