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THURSDAY, MAY 25,1933
THE WAY NESVILLE MOU NTA1XEEH
ETY PAGE ... h?cal
Eleanor Bushnell, Editor Phone 137
RTI IS HOXORED AT
vV "" PARTY
Fl:zabeth Martin, whose mar.
vil"' b an interesting event in
Vi' honored last Thursday
. with a lovely party ami
-how",- Riven by the members
- ..Y su-inna We?ley Bible Class of
.." M.".h.)list church, of which she
-.'member, at :he home of Mrs.
MY., it- Johnson.
., - ri,-e and P'K ana wmu.
' : " vere arranged throughout
Cm.-to carry ut a color scheme
' .;!u and white. This motif
, noted in the refreshments
vVh were served during the -ven-
' in feature of the entertain-
The mam teatuie ,Pddine
. .. a lorn . ,
presented by a group of
w risen i u.,lav) Elemeii-
Vr.'ii from me
" hm.l In a menu contfst
. I, ride JU's. tiuwrn
tne uimt .,o,l winners.
i'-lee Jr. were , ,
1 ', ..... ,w ved from a
ESr'-yMbs; Eva Lather-
WW'd.' . , , Mar-
Th.-c P VNVr L B.
w, Wade jomiou", -
-M.HughMasne. Mrs. R L.
Mis Tom Lee. Jr., Mrs. Hu
( . , ;' t!r' Mrs. Charles Burgin. Mrs.
r: uU- Mrs. Lester Burgm, Mrs.
s .. .: M.-i YA acenfeld, Mrs.
; y, "Vl v. Mr,. Carl Boutwell
.' 'Wilford Ray, Mrs. M.H. Bowles.
' Fr inces Robeson. Miss Gussie
M-u-.in. Miss' Elizabeth Henry, Miss
t L,iltherwood. Miss Edna McKay.
Mi-. Margaret Hyatt, Jand Misses
i..,;-y and Harriet Boyd.
,;(,VV AliRIV REPORTED
Lh r HOTEL LEFAIXE
Am,,', the recent guests regis ered
... . iL.te LeFaine are the to low -J
Ik merit of Walker
mV, Katheime Buckkv of
. ltu lu.B Ha, Mi A H Du
rMl llt Biooklnu Miss I B
Gunville Ga , Mr II C
! Mford. of Washington. D. I-.; Mi.
HMgland. Miss Victoria Adcotk,
f I ..uisburg, N. C; and the following
w .... here to attend the meeting
'"h u'nth district Medical Society:
, r t.i.nson Di Hugh Ravi-
w 11,11 ot KnoNvnMe
,l',.m I Ril 11111 .V1,, ,,
, , HUcgh l)r 1' V
, n Sunnmuni Di I H Mm
.. t hniel Hill; Dr. and Mi-.
W- H Robertson, of Burnsville; and
iir. mid Mrs. S. A. King, of Knox.
'Mix'Mintho Ann Weld, of Roan k
Viru'ini:.. who i's a senior '.n ComOn-e
C.U-i!,: spent a few days here last
a., k" with Mi-scs Mary and Alice
Suiiigiield. She returned to Con
Suturdav accompanied by the
Mii Siringfield. Mr- Aaron l re
v - :md Mr. Dave I elmet. who spent
ih. w.-ek--nl in Spartanburg.
Mr an-i Mrs. W. C. Kourk and
!;!;!ren of Kllenboro are spending
.ik guilts cf Mi- Rouik
mi Mi in.l Mi- C Bluk
i- lii ir home on the Pigeon Koad.
Mr. ..ml Mrs. Hugh Massie and
daughter.' Mary Ann. left .Sun-
iuy ..!..y motor for a -week mo
t r ti'ili to, various cities in North
Mi iviwavd IFirding. of New
Y.k '.State is . -pending several days
':,! (ieorgiait. Mr.. Harding canio
.Way.r.esville to visit his niece and
;.);r. Katherine arid Tolii Hill.
luuise Rotha, who is a mem-
! if. the faculty of the Salisbury
....!.. arrived last week to spend
-tininier with her parents. Mr.
'1 Mr. Harry Rotha.
Mi I lc Oi i 1) of Ch n-
luttv a: .iy.ed last Saturday: for a visit
" .tv.-ir -laughter. Miss Nancv Orms
;': Mrs. Ornisby.s aunt, Mrs.
i D 1 ic it The Gtoignn
id Mi- ( S Knkpi n k
t 1 'laughters. Misses Cathervn and
' : "( t's Kirkpatrick of Salisbury
- . as several dav's last week at iin-ir
.-' at Lake Junalu-ka.
. w .
"i. an.l Mrs. Sam l'lott have as
iruest Miss Una Plott. who is
-: 'w.vr of the faculty of the Old
School. ...v- ;
.W".k the visitors h?re from Can
! last week were Messrs. T. A.
W H Hen It i -on S M Rob
- and R. K. Sentelle, Jr.
I-rank Campbell of canton
week-end guest of Mr. and
etner at their home in Dell-
1 . har!e Padgett had as his
- - on Sunday of his parents. Mr.
' Ir-. .( . K. Padgett, and his sis-
Padgett, of Forest City.
.'. Oliver Shelton smmt several
" - as: week m Asheville as the
-. of her sister-in-law. Mrs.
.-''' :! Il.vd
. . . i . ,
..- L. Brown was here from
.' 'i- last week.
v.-,Ir-.W .H.Terrell of Clyde was aj
'tsMlle visitor last week.
j i. Murphy, son of Dr. and Mrs.
J. T. Murphy, and a .-tudent at the
Univtrsity. h.ts been chosen as one
I i f four members of the Carolina
Salon Ensemble who vvdl go 10
Europe this summer on the S. S.
Tu.-cania -of the Cutuird 1 ne. They
w.i; ccnsiitut.- the ship's orchestra.
Th following account is from the
Jui: iar lite:. L'iiivci-ity publica
tion: "To sail to Europe, and to be paid
for it in the bargain, is the lucky fate
.if DirtctOi' Thor Johnson and four
members of the Carolina Salon En
s iiibl.'. Those accompanying John,
son, all Carolina students in his or
chcstia, are Dan Field. Herbert
llazelnun, Harry Lee Knox, and
John Murphy. They will leave New
York Harbor July 8. The five play
ers on the Tuscania represent only a
small part of the entire Salon En
semble, only those who can play more
than one instrument being chosen for
Ih return for theij- services as mu
sicians these boys will receive free
passage to 1. 11 d from Europe.
'ihor Martin Johnson is l'J years
old. He is at present a junior in ihe
University. He directs the Carolina
Salon Ensemble, plays violin ill Car
olina Symphony orche
State Symphony, and
dent of the band.
ville and is recognizee
. ii ing composers. He
stra and in the
is from Ashe
as one of the
is a suphomorti
ri d ij also 19.
.John Murphy, 17 year old fresh
man, also does some composing. He
has appeared as a string bass soloist
with the Ensemble and is publicity
manager of the orchestra.
Dan I leld. In. has appeared :u
y'. l:i; cellist, He is from Grcensbci'3.
HO.lM.V.s' VIA l! HAS IX TE REST
The monthly meeting of the Wo
man's Club was held on Thursday
aiternoon at the Hotel avnesville,
vi:n Mrs. (. . b. Kirkpatrick. presid
ing. Mrs. R. V. Walker. Mrs. Frank
Ferguson, Miss Louise Edward's and
.diss Ethel Craig were associate
hostesses for the occasion. .
Much interest centered around the
announcement that the next ' meeting
in June would be a social gathering
'and would take the form of the twenty-fifth
anniversary of the organiza
tion of the women's club, which is the
oidest federated club in town. The
affair will be held' lit the home of Mrs.
k. N. Barber. The following com
mittee relative to the tea were ap
pointed: ' place and arrangement.
chairman. Mrs. R. N. harbor: enter-
t nnment. Mrs. C. 11. McDowell: re-fie-l'.meiits,
Miss Robena Miller; Mrs;
l.aiuiston Hardin, and Mrs. S. P. Oav:
music, .Mrs. Henry Foy; invitations.
Mrs.. Harden Howell.
For the ' Dahlia Show, which is an
muia! event -ponsored by the club,
held each August and attended by
hundred's of visitors the following will
bi' in charge; general chairman. Mrs.
('. F. Kirkpatrick;' correspondent.
Mrs. Frank Ferguson; place and
tables, .Airs. John Oaiocn and Airs. R.
H. Hlackwell; 'placing exhibits, Mi.-s
Ro'iena Miller; silver offering, Mi;.-.
S. P. Gay ami .Mrs. Lauri-toir Hardin;
l'i'ci ptio'n, M i'.-'.- R, P. Waiker Mrs,
H- V. Iiaucom andMrs. L, B. Hayes;
prizes. Mrs. V.'. I . Morrison, and Mr-,
John N; Shoolbred. .
I''or the second annua! quilt show
wjlieh "is .also sponsored by the club,
Airs. John Queen was made, chairman.
Mrs. (. H. McDowell, who repre
sented'' the club ;it the state federa
tion nieeting in Raleigh, gave a most
interesting report of the meeting.
Miss Robena Miller stated that: Mis.
Charles Thomas of Waynesviilc. but
formally , of New. Bern, gave.': the .first
contribution to the . Sallie Southall
Cotton loan fund which is one of the
major activities of the -tate work.
Mrs. Kirkpatrick introduced Miss
Mary 'Margaret Smith- emergency
demonstration agent of Haywood
county, who spoke briefly of the work
she will 'undertake in the county.
Mrs. W. T-Crawford had the paoer
of the afternoon, "Stories of O'Hcnry
and-Memorial Awards," in which ;'he
gave in a most dtdightful mann ) the
style and outstanding . features of
this famous author.
USUl M,Hf)MII illL
(,R Dl T1 hT 11 ,
The following . invitation was re
ceived by The Aldunhaineer from Miss
Edwina McDowell. n mher. df tne
senior class of . W. C. of. U. N. ('.:
The Faculty and Senior Class
Tne Woman - College
. University of North Carolina.
. invite you to be present ..
Forty-first Annual Commencemtnt.
June third to fifth
nineteen hundred; and. thirty-three
Miss McDowell is the daughter of
Dr and Mrs. C. H. McDowell.
Mr. end. Mr.. Joe Graves. Mr. Ira
Thackston. and Mr. i r.ink Kinsey
spent last Sunday in Brvson City.
JOHS MURPHY WILL
ELllBETH REEVES IS
Miss F.iizabeth Kiwes enteitained
last Wednesday afternoon with a
lovely children's party honoring her
little cousin. Ruth Arminda Turner,
on her ninth birthday.
After playing games on the lawn
the children were invited into the
dining room which was decorated
with a quantity of spring flowers to
carry out a color siheme of pink and
white. A love'y birthday cake, which
was made by Mrs. lleorge PLott. an
aunt of the honorei'. held central
place on the table-
The little guests were the honoroe
and Poily Francis. Maggie Liner,
Dan Moore. Johnny McAllison, Mary
Charles Leatherwood. Lucia Allison,
Joseph Allison, Tyree McCratken.
Frances Turner. Calcic Threlkeld.
Ruth Moss, Camelia Mo-s, Joseph
Simon. Maude Katherine Jones, Cor
inne Alley. Mary Ann Tunier, John
Reeves. Rifus Reeves and little
tfW..' .l.7 MRS:, DAVIS ARE
A delightful affair last week w-s
the party given on Friday evening
by Mr. and Mrs. Grove-.- C. Dvis
at their home on Walnut st'.cet.
Quantities of flowers from tne
garden of the hostess weiv used
throughout tlie home and a color
motif of yellow and biu- was effec
tively used in the party appointments.
The guests were enter'.aiac.l during
tlie evening with a jig-.-aw puzzle
routed in which Dr. ::i-d Mrs. Robert
Stretcher were declared winners and
were pre sent el attractive jr'.zos. Mr
.'in! Mr-. Davis were .;- ..tid ! re.
cetvin:' their guests by Mi's S. P
(iav ami Mrs. J. R. Hipps
The' guest list included: Dr. and
Mis. N. M, Medford. Dr. and Mrs. R.
P. Walker, Mr and Mrs. C. M Dicus.
Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Haves. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Walker. Dr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Sirotener. .Dr. and Mrs. W-ide
Johnson. Dr. and Mrs S. IV (Jay Mr.
ami Mrs. J k. Hipps. Mr. and Mrs.
Lee hramlett. Mr. and Mrs. W D.
Bramlett. Mr. and Mrs. John M.
Queen, and Mrs. S. T Neil
Miss Margaret Asliton. ttudvnt at
. C . 1. ( .. spent last week-end with
her mother, Mrs. H.F. Ashton. and
hail as her guest one of her class
mates. Miss Jessie Higdon. ot Irank
i; bAMtU bUKE
I APPEAL TO ME
v " THEV
S rvnruriir r
T' . v
A 14 jfrw
CAMEL'S' costlier tobatca
DRESS AND BEAU'I Y SHOP
Schulhofler- 1-iuildin.g Next lo ( 'hambe.r ol ( ommerce-
Beinnin? Friday, May 2(th and con
tinuing through Mav
We offer a number of our dresses at the following re
duced i) rues:
$16.50 dresses reduced to $13.85
$12.50 dresses reduced to 9.85
$ 9.85 dresses reduced to 8,00
COME IN AND MIE M)l 11 sKLE( I ION KWllA
Visit eur Heautv Shop for anv work desired. We specially,
invite your attention to our ringlet-end Eugene I'erma
nents and facials. lor night appointments call 1 l i.
K A N T KIN I
Prevents runs. sna)js. breaks in silk, ravon and .chiffon hosierv-r-or
lingerie One treatment lasts life of article One trial and you
Guaranteed- 2."c : Guaranteed , .
Mail Orders Appreciated
v. M. IJurton. State Distributor, KAN I Kl N
17 Havwood Street Asneville. N. ( .
I MRS. LOXC AM) MRS S1LER RE-
CEl E I1LET RIPIIOXS
.Mrs. J. M. Long of Ha'.tehvood was
:;wanied t'r.e blue ribbon for the most
j . utifu'. foimai garden and Mrs.
; K .:fus Siier received the blue ribbon
j f.-r tiu mi)?-, attractive rock garden
I : i: Sunday when a number of
i Waynesville gardens were open to
Red riboits which donated second
; i . cc were givm to Mrs. Hary Hall
for th" formal garden ami Mrs. J. P.
! Dicus for the rock garden. Honora
j b!e meiition went to Mrs G. F. i.isf.on
for her form ! garden and Mrs. F. E.
AiKr. for her rock garden.
The exhibit of gardens was spon
'red y the Garden Department of
the Community Club and approxi--.nnte'.v
one hundred flower lovers took
advantag' of the opoortunity to view
their 'loveliness. Gardens of the fol
lowing were open: Mrs. Long, Mrs.
Siier, Mrs. J. P. Dicus. Mrs. F. E.
Alley. Mrs. Harry Hall, Mrs. G- F.
Boston, and Mrs. Clayton Walker.
Judges were Mrs. Ben Colkit'. Miss
Nancy Killian, and Mrs. L. M. Riche.
S:iturd:iy, May 27, will lie National
Poppy Day, the day set aside for the
annual sale of the flower which rop-re.-ent-
to the nation the valor ami
patriotism of the bovs who wore the
Anurica's (lower of patriotic le
membrance will be offered for sale
on the streets of Waynesv'lle by a
corps of young girls who will repre
sent the American Legion Auxiliary
of Haywood l'ost No. 17
Buv a lioiinv and belli I he di-abled
"buddies" and their families.
HOTEL II AYXESVII.LE TO llOl.O
I FORMAL OI'EXIXC
I n, i I,,., .i , , ... ,
i ne uiotei aviivsMiie w in tie
torniallv opened on next lhursdav.
A ica and open house will lie held
in the afternoon from 1 to ii o clock
to which the public is cordially in
vi, ed. Mrs. tiiadv liovd manager
of the hotel, will be assisted in re
ceiving the guests bv Mrs . .
Norman ot Gnfbn, Georgia.
At S o'clock in the evening of the
same dav Mr. and Mr-. Gradv Bovd
will entertain with a bridge party to
which -'approximately forty guests
will lie invited.
LKE MORE f
TOBACCO 5 .'i
- i : ..m-"
do taste belter
i .1 .-H'lXC PARTY AT I'ISCAHi
A most enjoyable camping party ;
was held last week-end at the camp
I'll Pisgah Creek a: the foot of Pis
gah Mountain. In the party were:
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Bell. Mr. and
Mrs. F E. Dobbins, of Canton, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Bell, and little Misses
Carol Louise Bell and Doris Colkitt.
XOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS OF
U AYXESVII.LE LIHRARY
To the stockholders of Waynesville
Library Association, Inc.: You will
take notice that the regular ennual
inciting of the stockholders of the
Waynesville Library Association will
be held at the library building in
Waynesville. N. C, at ten o'clock on
Tuesday, June (5. l'Joo. when and
where otlioers anil directors of said
association will be elected and other
business transacted as may come be
fore said body.
Alice C. Quintan, Secretary.
Mr. George Rotha and Mr. June
Smathers spent last week-end at Lake
Lure ass the guests of friends.
A thins so priieless
Vj as service cannot be Qfl
iTAj iven a money valu
ik at ion. Our service is
never permitted to
vary regardless tf
the funeral's cost. fv
Main SI ?
Wajnesvilte, N. C, ...
Announcing .1 ...
The Opening Of
"Belle Meade Playground"
Waynesville's Recreational Center
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 1st
Swimming Pool lfhHs,nRl, l'l;";V-'n !
'.(lull Seasim I Klicl .; ( liild-.vS.
Ivalb Sitils l'ir Kenl cir Sale.
Season tiekels ,u sule by Mrs. S. I. Neil I. Mrs. I on ry I .re. Miss
Gladys I Mr us.. Mis. Kliabetli Meredith and ( .'. K. V rat lielby .
Open Day and
Winners In Naming Contest
1st. M A KGAKKT HAKIMS
2nd. AKA STACY WU. HI KN
.frd. M.SIK SNVDKK
tlh. .1. V. WEST---
Judues:' Misses .Mildred -( rawford. and Ida Jean
Jtrown and Krv. Wade Johnson.
I want to thank all those taking: part in the contest,
and wish that each of you could have won.
C. M. DK I S
.'-''''' '-. -"'' -...''- J': -
BRING THE FAMILY OUT TO
Belle Meade Playground and
ENJOY OUR RECREATIONAL
Joseph E. Johnson. A full at:?nd
Dr. and Mrs. J.K. McCrack 't. hav.
mnvid from their home on Mai.i scvet
to the Hotel Waynesville wiier,. they
vil! spend the sumnur.
WHEN YOU 6ET MOL.D CP IK)
' . . S
WHEN you (ind a gro
cery shop that pleases
your judgment and your
sense of the litness of
things, it's a good habit
to stick to -purchasing
your foods in a place that
is Fair and Square. We
invite your continued
Choice (J roperies
I'h one SS Main St.
K A'l KS Day, Kir per hour per rourl
Mubl, uill be aiilioniicrd later.
K rrvt liiim Gocd To I'at and Drink
Open Srvrn Days A Week.
Night Week Days
P. M. Til ?
MUSIC CLUi; TO MEET SAT
The Waynesville Music Club
hold '.he last meeting for the
year on next Saturday afternoon,
127. at ." o'clock, a: the home of