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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1933
Eleanor Bushnell, Editor - - -
... i r W I i i
"' ' ' Mt:irns;
i,.f. i--: '!';1! 1 !;t WL'-'k-'
p't nmunitv ke held i- rtr
1 ,,'e en Monday altt-i-
", '.,-. on Main street.
.' ','V .-Ve-it. Mrs! Bo:i t'olkitt, (m
: !- ( ' -tr. hns'ne-s session
... I HUi niK ehe OU. an
': '.' resting repm'.s v. ere giM'ii
V;r-;-;.,."l.:!aivmcn .f departments ami
' n'mioii was mad, to write U the
, , v U:n-d of Education arfc.i
! ; .. il,, limner Henry, the presem
;n " . Superintendent of Education.
' , V:,;,,",,' in .cognition of l.is -er-
,.t1iurV was made o.t the
!i ' o.rd ,.f Miss Norine Lowe.
' yf.i' won the Community
niuK' and was sponsored on her
,! Hickory i-ecintly to compete in
. .... .ttf.f ,viv oj'ntist.. , . ,
u, . 11, n t'ulkit,, by virtue oi net
-Ku 4s president, will represent Ihi
It -hi- annual state convention, J
,irh w.i'll meet in Ruleijrh this year.
:,ir- 1'iiies M, Long was elected as.
.'iUcriiate. A motion was made,
Instruct the secretary to write a
u i "i appreciation to Mr. ( . I.
Readies of Asheville for his interest
,'" dices' in landscaping the court
Mrs. W. Matthews spoke to the
, ,-, jrardns: t in-i 'proposed. District
of Coinmerce and also
'.','') '"of the work she has U-en do
;wa'd giving this section the
--... .Iixerveil nublicitv She abo
.ad several lettcls she had received
. ;.nsvr to sonie of her coninuinica-
ihe lmetin- was then aimed over
Mi . H. I. liunii. chairman of Ed
naii'm. who had charije of the pro
gram of the afternoon. She present
w .Mrs. M. (. Stamey. who talked on.
Tile Trend of Modern I'.duc itinn."
dr.-. killel then illustrated certain
atu.e.. in Mrs. Stanley's talk. by
....-,f.;!iir th.' methods' of teachintr Latin
V- 'She' hail V'lh her twelve pupils
em the iiiu'ti school with whom she
.'-.-monst rated her methods;.
Mrs James Atkins icave a resume
current events. She wa - followed
V a vocal duet by Mrs. Luetic Foy
:.i Mrs. I.. .M. Kicheson who were
a ompanied I y Mrs. Si. .II. Howies. .
' .MtireiHI the social hour, the hostesses
the afteniooii, Mr'. Jack Way, Mrs,
; ...ro! Cell. .Mrs. Paul Walker., and
:: : Hen C.ilkitt served tea ami Cakes.
:( W-'',' KEblSEH, '.Hi, CKLK
Master lloiv.ee Keener. Jr entef
;.;.ined' :i Krouji of his little frienda
,',!'.:iday afternoon at his home on
riavwo.xl street in celebration of. his
..Kirn birthday anniversary.
The euests were entertained with
.i, Kastar egR-hunt and with variou?
sanies. Bobby Creen was lucky win-:-.r
of the prize in the egg hunt.
After the games the guests were
'.r,vited into the dininff room where the
' Vest's - mother..- Mrs. Horace- Keener.
m rved a dainty ice course. The colors
i pink and green and the Easter
otif were attractively used in the
.tcorations and the refreshments.
Those present included: Bobby and,
ris Colkitt, Patsy Gwyn, Charlie
Way, Clara Louise Bell; Gladys Walk.
Rosemary Herman, Shirley Colkiit,
Lilly Hannah Billie Davis. Or in Coin,
Kred Martin, Jr., Bobby (Jreen. Jack
"iVorthiiiH-ton, and .'-.Ellis and Nancy
1H. l.AXCAS I FA! MARRIES RICH-
tf jial interest here is '.he an-
'n .uacemen: tr-ade la-t Sunday ct tae
! marriane of Dr. Newton bans Lan-
caster and Miss Marion hallaiv.
Honch ns. of Kicnnionu, uibihm,
:i:MA ..l.L' .'. . ll .V.s
".is irair.a l.ai.ipkin was wmu i
r .-i .- Id mclal and .Mis-. Susiv i-l'-a
-t'c.ii-.l the S'ld pie-e in
. ,i".htli annual re idin con. est
P.m.-ored bv the Pn.r.ialic I'epait-
" ' .i i w. S'.t.! i.... -l 'of i he I'ommunitv iltr lor f:
S v Vash hi i t' TivenJ.no. i, tne Waync-viib; T-wn.hip
it . t h d been kept secret until! llih Sehoei on :.s, 1 m-day nioiiiin,
t e dav of the wedding The xvc-, ,t he , cool amiiterium d !., ,,
nlov was performed by ir. Joseph K M er I-r, emau ) ; !'"','a.'
... ' ...i.. V...-L- Uimi'Ih Prcs- -..e:,::oo by tl'., llldco-s.
?'M" ' , " , Mr . C .Uitt. P
' Dr. Lancaster, who is the s..n of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lancaster, of
ilendersonville. has been practicing
'.n Waymsville for over a year, tter
jrraduiitinK from tin- Virginia -Medical
c alette at Richmond he serve .1 his in
ternship in the Mission hospital ill
Asheville. It was while attending
college at Richmond that Dr. Lancas
ter met his bride.
.diss Mary Kirkpatrick i- spending
s .:e.e time in Ch ,i K r.e . visiting hei
r, ihec. .Mr. O V. Kirkpatrick, and
. . Mr.ijMtrick.
Mr. N. I.. Ce'. l ish of llo-tea. Mass.
- : n .nig a Week oi tell davs here
en bu-ivess am! is a guest at the Le
Mi. Dave Sine'air of Wilmington Mr. N S. Whitake.r. of Mars Hill,
v, a a week-end guest of Miss Mary, who is with the Federal Land Bank.
D iiiu r. a! the homo of her parents,! is spending several day.- at tile Hotel
Mr. an i Mrs. R. N. Barber.
Miss Elizabeth Carrel: wi'd arrhc
Saturday from Creensboro College to
seem! the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mis. Noble Garrett.
i, nt oi ;e
-ided during ' :ie di .. p.:; '.
,.!;... .'.nd tu; :ie,l ' i:e nv.
m Mrs. T. Leu:.- tlwyi:,
mem- I' '' the -,i am:, ii,' i am: ,'it uc,
xv.; , ..: the a -s, nee of Mis. R.K-Camp-:H
. .r.;;n. took ch-t. g,- a.v 1 i
;; r.t. -d the im e.il and gold, ie -e.
i i... ae. nib ' : of the Coninra',!
Cub have 'avll groat1;- !; .cl w;'.h
i... ,- ...,- cotiivsi a'ld w ith
Mrs. Lancaster is the attractive!
, , . i 11.. . M 1
young iiaugnter oi -ir. ami .ui, m.
L. Hotichins, of Richmond.
Those witnessing the wedding were:
Representative Zebulon Weaver. Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Hardin, and Mrs, .N
p. Smithson. of Asheville.
Cpon their arrival in . Wayncsville
Dr. aiid Mi's. Lancaster will be. 31
home in the cottage formerly occu
pied by. Mr. and Mrs. Lauri-ton Hardin.-
Jr.. on Love Lane.
' u.c nKore:
iitgl e:le, I :
test- w el !i
te-t to schr
ion. p. ii
n a 1 1 1 i 1 1 g
,. tale ;; si; ocn by the
a i .. 1 '., : anna', ion i "
i o'm tie bnal e m
lie i d.v gi'.- A .
Mrs. Clirisiopher Cril'.vndon left
i .st w eek for her home in Chapel H til
after a isit of two weeks to her
mother. Mrs. Charle-- Uuinlan.
M y. and M rs. .1. U. Lath un and ehil
, I.- .le.au-t and Lot , V. .-pent Sunday
in .Uhevllf as guct- of Mr. and Mi's. !
,'iOin- turn;. ;
Ai:-. K.lith i!.. I'd of lb . dei's. aiville j.
i- mi, ii i. - .'. .:as here this Lj.
week as the
Hem s .
Dr. I baric- Pa'dgett- of l-'orest City
isiie, 1 I'liend-- in Wayncsville Sunday
Mr. and .Mi'.-. June KincaiJ. of
Dillsboro, were week-end guest, of
:he bitter's parents, r. and M i s. ',. C.
Hazel Willi. im-
spent Monday in tivn.
I (. . . .1, Him .i T
. Mis. O. ('. Ilamilu n
nest of Mi-- Kli: abetll
,n i' :
miss i-:i. McOLi: rs i-arii
Little Miss Edna Kathryn McCee
was hostess at a lovely party last
Monday afternoon when she entertain
ed a number of-her little friends in
celebration of la r tenth mrthday an
niversary The feature of the afternoon's en
tertainment was an Easter egg hum
in which l.enoia Ma.. W.iiker Won the
prize an Easl-'i- basket Idled : with
which the gue
.,.,! ." ! Elr...titl:
, " , M-..I-S At n
w ;re re a
,s; r. ny i bnsieni
r r i,. -
I': , We- (
Till lie, .
Jt.iionv Grahni Diplomat.
Mvrtie Martin. ,
" l.u.t.v Teazle," Seen, 1. bv Si.sie
Mcbaiie. .. . t
-aohnny Cabin Diplot.na! bv
Marv Joe Howell.
-I: i of Sharlott, . by. Mary
l.adv Teazle," Seene 11. by Jose
'Sam's Letter," by Drama Lamp-
U'n'n..e. Going of the While Swan." by.
ly. fKg-. , . - ,:, ' llat ie Slier f reeman. -
anv; gaims were enjoyed alter ..,!( lim,y Crahm, Dipbmiat,
ch the guests weie invited into tne , ' i ., ',.,. ; '
.lining room. Here the Easier idea
w ;s further carried out in ileeoi ations
and refi-e-hnlents. The table was cen
tered with a lovely birthday cake with
lieh'.od can, Ih's and each guest re
reived a basket filled with cand; Eas
ter eggs as a favor.
The guests present included: Ale, a
Dkus, .Martha. DieUs lelfora Ma
Walk-r. 'Miriam Northingipii. !,et,v
P.urgi'. AilelV Balilvvin, Lois Massie.
Ruth Burgin. Ma rioiv Morgan, Glady
Martin, Colline O'Ma ley Let
Movvdv- Catherine Jones J- P. DicU,,
Joe Simmons. Capers Green. I aul
vvil,v .Timime O'Malley. Leo Buck-
1 ,',.,, Martin. Je-se CroU- :'.j
Malory Martin, and Eli McGee. .
Mis MeGce was the recipicm ...
many lovely birthday gifts.
Mr. and Mrs; Hugh Massie and
Mrs. Rufus Siler returned Iuesda
om a few days' visit in Charlotte.
During the visit they were jtuesis. v
Mr. and Mrs, O. Y. Kirkpatrick,
Miss Mary Emma Massie will ar
. f,-,-, ti.,insiinro I ol-
nve tomorrow i.i- -
leg, to spend the Easter vacation
with her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. I, r-
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Goukien, of
Tallahassee. 'Florida, are expecteu
todav or tomorrow to spend
. . . . ii. Ilr , i no
With .Mrs. liotiiuen s in,, oi-.
Mrs. ( . H McDowell.
.'RS : i,M. KILLIAS IS f.. IK C.
-Friday afternoon Mrs. D. M. Ki!-:;-,n
-oui Miss Nancy Killian' were at
Vo'nie to the members of the Haywood
ivhapter. of the Daughters of t'ae Con-
k-(ieraey for the regular April, meet
ir.g. Mrs. Leon Killian, president, pre-..I-i.il-
Plans regarding the district meet
:.:i, which will, be held in Fraiiklih
-;n Mav 1 were discussed. Mrs. J. Har
i. ,, Howell and Mrs. .'Nobel ' Gar.-ett
were rlected as delegates to repr.e ,-r,
:he local chapter, with . Mrs. R. II.
, Hlaekwidl and Mrs.; R. Roy Campbell
Mrs. George Plott had the paper,
ei- subject being: "North Carolina
U.st at Appomattox." Ill a most m-
t esting manner Mrs. Plott gave, the
neroie deed s of the soldiers of North
Carolina- who' vvere in , this battle--.-v'ith
an account of its importance in
.-! he making of history.
; .VG70.V .ir.7..i.r HAS APRIL
. ' .MEETISO
The regular monthly meeting of the.
American Legion Auxiliary was helt
' ,- t Monday, evening at tha Masonic
' Temnle. '.:' '
Very little business : was transacteu
. at. this time. However, it was decide;!
;.i .send Easter greetings to. the two
... f-.a tie nt s at OteenWho are assigned to
Among the college students who are
-. -recte ! this week' to ' spend the
'.: spring holidays with their parents are
Misses Harriet Morrison, Helen Med
'. ford, : and '.Ed win a nd . Marion Mc
.Povve'.!. from theAVoman's College of
the University of .North Carolina at
Dr. and Mrs. N, F. Lancaster, v. hose
marriage in Washington. D. C. was
an interesting event, last Saturday.
irrived Wedne-day ; and will make
their home in the cottag-j recently
occupied by Mr- and Mrs. Lauristcn
Hardin on Love Lars.
Mr. R. N. Barber returned Saturday
from Texas where he ha- sp;nt the
past two months.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Norman will
arrive tomorrow from their honv ;n
Giiliin. Georgia to spend Ea-Kr with
their daughter, Mrs. R;cl:.u',i L'ai! cr.
Jr.. and Mr. Rarbeiv
Miss Doris Mes-er amiMiss Carolyn
Hay lies,, students at Mars. H ilk Cailege,
will arrive Saturdav to spend the
week-end at their restieetive home'.
They will be accompanied by sfvvra
elassiiiates who will ;'. bo, their
"jest.-during the holiday.
. Among "the'. Waynesv;-ille vi--itur - -.in
Asheville "'.Saturday. '! at' -:vl the
Fasliiair Show at the 'ic.jyge A'ander-liilt-
Hotel were Mrs. Hen rdkittMrs.
T Lenoir Gvvvr. ;i':d Mr . P.. H
Mit. :::. '
airs. Andrevy'Meoi'e .-)( .t Saturdaj
h; Asheville and parLicipule l . in ilu.-
i- a- hi'-;'. Promenade" stag, il for; the
Junior League by the Ladies Shi p. a
the Geiirge A'anderbilt iiufei.
Miss Louise String!:' Id. student lit
Fassifern, will arrive today, from
Henderson ville to spend a few day
wit h her nan lit.-. Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
fi.s .f.-.ei-: Tiir,.ns lefi. Sundav for
T?:il..irh 'where sh- will resume her
studies at .Peace. Institute after a
week's visit to her. parents, Mr, and-.
Mrs. John Hipps. j
.' .Misies : . Mildred McCracken and .
Katherine Queen will arrive tomorrow
fr;;m. Duke University to spend the,
Faster holidays at their respective ,
homes. ' . ' . i ,
.- "-' -1
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Bowles returned I
SimTn'v- from a week-end visit to. Mr.-!
and Mr-.. J. J. Stone at their home in j
' ... V 1 o ' oo ' .. , 1 .. I . .
. Hie lliar Storv. by wueen oosioe
Winners of the medal m previou
v , ai's were;
I . ;,; Anna dean Plott.
li'-JT, Mare.aiet Ashton. ,
t ;..!', Louise Campbell
;t;i. Mary Emma Massie.
, Pittn I'.velvn Morgan.
l:,.:,' Kanpie Pearl Fclmct.
lit: Norine Lowe. :
Judges of theconte-t: tbisyea
were Mr-. Nobel Garrett, M is. 1 !
Swift and Rev." H. W. LauCom. :
i:i- i:riT I !: .RAM Sl( E:iS
EEL A EE AIR
The Easi Waynesville 1 .
sponsored a very success!' uL Pi'og rum
oi, la d- Tuesday nid.t. lor the bcielu
of .ai-ing funds to be used m con
nection With the school.
1,,,-ge crowd enjoyed the progiam
which consisted of the following num-
tu rs: Rabbit Dance ami i am-n- ... -Minuet,
given bv pupils of Miss Lois
linggs , - Thresa Alley. Nani-v Keener,
Nancy Jones, Betty Mowdy, Eloisv
Martin. Bebe Medlord. Bettv Moin
son Carol Louise Bell. Doris Colkiit.
Shirlev Colkitt. Barbara Ann Boq.
Allele 'Baldwin. Martha Mav Wvcht.
,la., e Wyciic. Jane Dudley I'i'aneib.
Mr.-. Fred Martin accompanist,
Solo number given.- bv little M:k'
Tneresa' A lie v.
'lap Dance given bv Snake Garrinn
er. Ha Grei n aceompimist.
The Old Familv Al ann n: e e .' i i v
cia ses i fan East Wavnesvi!! Sc'n , i
High Si hool mie;l. (pnrtc' : Editn
Jiaucom Mvrtie Martin I Hi.- Mas le.
and Edwin Poteat.
Instrumental (juarti t : b'.iul iavib
i'rank .Miis-i", Edwin Poteat, and Mr
Pral t , instructor.
Trio: Miss Mildred i.vvfo'd, Mis:
; u killiaii, Mrs.' L. E.: (ire, . Mrs.
Jo.. i,. .lohnson..- c -o p.u.i '.
Ibe; ding. "Jane I rm S vent . en, . oy
Nii ine Lowe,
At the eUi-e of the orogrnni by spe.
cia! rciue-t Dranki Lampk in gave the
-" ...i'lc'- which v. on b tne niedi in
: Ir- ' ili'd, Schii ' . c'i k - : b'il '.1: '
vt e :.. .. -
i .., n: i'! ' ,
of April 21
UK Alt I.AWKKNCi: 1115
UKI I'SINC I KIDAV NKiHT
Room with priale balli incluil
im; dinner and lircal.la-l the tnl
lovv inu morning :
Tine Person s:t- '
'."wo Persons "
Thru he our nnesl. . .and do your,
pring shopping SaUnda. "'
w ill eniov the home:, at niosphcre
el this holel. . .ami Die market
teeming with inanv selecl ions.
o.xlfiii at Market
TlIK WOIM.D'S (JKKATKST KAKITONK
SKMOK HKiU SCHOOl. AI DITOKU VI
Asheville--' - April 21
Popular Prices SI.. id. S2.00. Students Sl.dd (Plu Ta)
Plume iir Write for Reservations
Oaverie s rharmacy
ti M all Slree!
Phone 1 11
W'v strivf 1 o dis-
a sincere. 1 hou.uhl
yjy lul manner which
lt?V will const i 1 u t e a
j. comfort 'for the liv
fo int; ami a mark 'of
6 respect to the dead.
h' ' v Vs . V
Now Is The 'lime To
. :. . .:- .j. .j. -j. - -i- - -i- -i- -i- -2- -2- -i-J
We offer a compUle lur -sloramv
vervice, ilh Ihe best laciiilies.
eiirl rtorkiiien and linesl tefrijic.
1 alien vaults oblaimible; Willi
warm weatliei ho approaclanu.
now is lire lime lor
u: vNiN(; a.AziN(; srouixt;
. . . . . . . .... $5,00
. .. ... .. . . . . $2.50
ti,o A U ' Furriers
our l ur coal cleaned, ulu--ed.
insured and sloretl lor.
The same scrv ice on lur
trimmed clotli coasl
Slo:ie oldv lor as lillle
m ... . .. ... f
m .. . ...
t rl Phone l-V. Mam M r-
Wavnesville, .. ('.
Q: . - M
Easter Time Calls For
, ..,i::t el: a 1
'...'- ---lo.dd. -
'.,' ...:' . i'ai. i.t'-T(.;:eii.e.r.- A--ee;a-"dl
, ; : ;.' to- that'k eacii . s.'.d'l very :. un
v): i benii d to'make 0a- -ati'air- a -uc-
e s by: tabinK part in -the.' proeram
n:! liv I'umim; out to -, the ' -'i ,.m.
'Mfs. Doyl(- Alley. President.
I. rs Li ftDPlN rv.
j yy U H V-M CJT ""I ' ' ' -s
EA'iLEte n-! ' HI U - -. X
V - I 1 r '
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Reeves and Mrs. j
Roy Francis returned from Raleivrhi
Sunday where they vLited Mr. Fran-'
cis several days.
. . I
Miss Rurah Oshorne and Mr . Jor-i
Konl" ftf CsintnTi were euests of
Dr nd Mrs- V. L. Kirkpatrick on!
Arc you planninu 1o hear Law ri m e
1 ihheft sins in Asheville. l'rUlay,
April 21 . . .
Make plans to enjoy a famous
Snulhern .Mammy meal in Ashe
v i lie's Popular e
Popular prices. ';.. family at
mosphere V , and the best
food obtainable- is yours,' J . .
LUNCHEON 3oc DINNER 50c
DON'T MISS THIS TREAT !
Next to Bon Marche
- v ;
THK K;;ter joy thai
smiles its way into your
heart finds a content mcnt
in your well-f'edness if
quality-fciocei ios assisted
your Easter msrn meal.
At the Fair and Square
store you will find a de
licious assortment of gro
ceries that will justify
your judgment in coming
I'hone 88 Main St.
' --ViA.-hV, .; t
. A "-f''i' "y Wl
1 ' E
l lowers express a sentiment
that no other ilt could pos
(i l K I I. O N K K S
We hiivc l"veiy s,.l,.eti,ir. t'1
choose I'n.iii ih'is year. I'onu'
in and select yiur,i'.hice. . . .
SI. ."(), S2.o, s:;.ll(l. S I.U0. S.").(MI
SPE( l.M- PRU Es
EASTER I I.OWERS
Wi; 1 I Li:;iCPH FLOW KRS
N H LIU:
CLYDE RAY, Jr. Florist
if - -s .
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