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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Eleanor Bushnell, Editor Phone 137
:av School 9:4.
. ciasses lor
Sunday: Three in One."
Everybody is mo sr. (Cordially in
vited to all all our services.
ST. JOHX'S CATHOLIC ('WAV.
!i eit New, -M. A. Rector
Sunday, June lhth,
, M. C hurch School.
. . M Morning Prayer and ser--v'he
Recor. Topic: "Personal
verybody cordially invited.
L I V;72 L HI AS Cll I RCU
:iv S p. m.
11 services of
tiinoos weos i.
arriage of much interest to a
f friends in Western North
a and Washington war soi
1 on mat Wednesday afternoon
in Washington. 1. I . when .miss ixns
Briggs became the bride of Mr.
George Tracv Hendry, Jr. of Black
shear, Georgia. The announcement
of the wedding came as a complete
surprise to friends of Mrs. Hendry
The bride is tie- daughter of Mrs.
G. C. Briggs. She is a graduate ef
the Woman's College of the Univer
sity of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Sinee graduating she has pursued
at George Washing
A T HEl.LF MEADE
ivities are taking place
e Tea Room which
alluring place for sot
ist a bi ldge party
ernoi.ji each ivk
y two evenings ea
tir.-t bridge partv
til event. 1 tit
iil be given
id a dance
proved to be
Brown of Clvde was here
nt Snrn f Ian I
Hurton league ot Y eaverville
Miding Duke University Sum.
chool at Lake Junaluska.
l.vda Hall ami J
Jonathan were ;
i town last week.
M ". and Mrs. Angus Craft had as
:heir guests at the Hotel Gordon last
week-en, l Mr. anl Mrs. Jack I raft
and Misses Louise and Nell Craft of
West Palm Reach. Hernia.
tchool 9:45 a. m.
i, m 11 a. m.
Christian inocwi v- -
1 raver service. vuues-1 .-' y- , . . , .
ton university, tno ;auonai oiuuw
invited to I of art and the C orcoran Art ..Vhoo!
I of Washington, and during the
anie time she studied portraiture and
larutsicape painting with Hugene
xi-rj eminent Washington painter.
She is a young woman of charming
personality and possesses a marked
artistic talent, Kor the past year sne
has conducted a dancing school m
I Mr llonilrv is the sun ot Dr. and
(m r T II 1..,. . C Ul'iek-
lurs. tietuge a. iieinii...
shear. Georgia. He received his edu
cation at the Georgia School ol
Technology and since that time haj
haj business connections in Atlanta
Mr and Mrs. Hendy will reside in
Washington at Park Road, N- W.
MRS. DICUS IUS "PARTY FOR
Mrs. J. P. Dtcus gave a pretty
partv at her home in H ieiwoe-l last
Wednesday afternoon for her little
daughter, 'Meta. The .party vas n
celebration, of Mela's ninth birthday
The guests ga h'Jied on the inw and
were amused tliirmg l''ie iiftr,rnoin
with various games. At the floss of
the-gam.es a table was placed on the
lawn and a (lain y ice course was
served. A lovely birthday eako hold
ing nine lighted pink caad)es lit Id
central place bn the tablf and each
gcest ycceivin f . ii favor.
The guests gathered on the lawn and
oree .'ind Rettv Jean and Maiy Lee
Allt, lis Masie, liitt.v Ruigin,
Jane Hudlev l-'rancis. Petty Latham,
Hetty and Richard Hradley, Martha
Dious. Doris Colkitt, Dortliy and
Mildred Milner. Lenoir Mae Walker,
Shirley Colkitt, F.lsie and Hobby
Green, Hobby Colkitt. Merrill and
Marv Joe Green. 'Gladys and Paul,
Jr. Walker, Kdna Rathorinc McGce,
Marude Katherine Jones ('orrinno
Alley: Mary Lou Long, Ruthie Wag
enfeld, and Patsy Hurgin.
Over a neriod of lust
a few years there has
been more prograss
made in Embalming and u
Funeral Directing than SAl
has probably been made
. I . ..t . J-. :
1 heie has been much
improvement in service
tendered, not only to
those directly served,
but to the public by the
prevention of the spread
have been ele-
vat ed for applicants for
license to enter this
profession. And in
oilier to hope to keep
abreast of all this pro
we must continue ifoA
ue many branch- 50' '
e of study
i he Art and
sis. Bacteriology, Chem
istry. Sanitation, Df
infection (in all it
branches). Board of
Health Rules, and last
but not least, the Art
and Science of Funeral
Phone 1-V,r Main St
aynesville, N. C. 'r
Even though those
whom we have been
privileged to serve show
a splendid appreciation
of our efforts, the dif
ferent items of modern
equipment we use, and
the many thoughtful
features of our service,
we know that we can
not rest upon our
achievements in the
past and that we dare
nut attempt to serve in
the manner that such
iKki'. wei e lendt 1 1 1
just a few years ago.
We fully realize out
new responsibilities and
pledge ourselves to con
tinue to strive to live
up to the expectations
of out: friends and to
nue . to . improve
Ives in the service
have done in the
i -. erday a
a tie li glit ful
: ttractivv with a profusion of
nit" flowers, and eitrht table.;
arranged for contract.
Among those playing wort Mrs.
Jerry Colkitt with Mrs. C. C. White,
Mrs. Ren Colkitt and Mrs. William
Shoolbred as her guests, Mrs. Wil
turd Rav entertained Mrs. R. li.
Pievost. Mrs. 1' rank Hodges and Mrs.
Horace keener at one tabic. Mrs.
Rnv ( anipbell had one table and her
guests were Mrs. Graden l'eiguson,
.Mis Tom Lee, and Mis R. L. Coin.
Mrs Carol Pell. Mrs. Frank Bell.
Mrs. K. W. Marr. and Mrs. Wilson
Barron made up a table with Mrs.
Carol Hell as hostess. Mrs. Hugh
Massie h id as her guests Mrs. Ricliard
Harbor Jr., Mrs. Lauriston Hardin,
Jr... and Mi's. N. P. Lancaster. Oth
er hostesses were Miss Margaret
llva.t with Miss Marion McDowell,
M'iss Miu'thi 7tringhld and M.iVs
Gladys Dicus as guests, and Miss
Alice Sti'ingtield who had as her
guests Misses Martha and Mary
Mock and Miss Sue Powell.
High score prizes, which were donat
ed throuirh the courtesy of Smith's
Drui' store, were given at each table
.mil a delightful sjti.ul course was
1 1 v-n-t it-;, nrra ration h:lVi also
' - .
been made for the tirst square dance
which will be given tonight. String
nnuii' will lie furnished and no ad
mission will be charged.
Mrs. M. II. Howies is now in charge
of the Tea Room with Mi.ss Wilda
Crawford and Miss Mary Stringlield
is. J P. R
were here fi
il. V erg us
n tf Fines Crt
-s last week.
Mr. Prank Davis ot Iron DutT wat
W avin sville visitor las: week.
here tn bu;
AXESVILLi: (IlESTS AT
TEND LUNCH EOS
The following guests from Way-
nesville were present at a luncheon
given yesterday by Mrs. B. F. Col-
burn, Gray Stone court, jhummuv
Forest: Mrs. T. Ix;noir Gwyn, Miss
Carolina. Alsteatter, Mrs. Rufus
Siler, Miss Alice Quinlan, and Mis
J. M. Long. .
Mrs. Colburn is first state chair
man of North Carolina' Needlework
Guild and her guests included ofli
cials in the organizations in this sec
tion. Mrs. Gwyn is president of the
Waynesville unit and Mrs. Long,
Mrs. Siler, Miss Alsteatter, and Miss
Quinlan are directors.
I U liool. ( I ts- . .
JO)K Ol TISO
the members of the Young Wom
en's and Men's Classes of the Meth
odist Sunday School had a delightful
outing on last Sunday : afternoon at
Hill Bradley's camp at Lake Logan.
After an enjoyable afternoon of w:m
ming a picnic supper was served out
of doors. About fifty members of .the
two classes were prc-etit for the party.
U I). C 10 j:lERTI 10hY
The United. Daughters of th,j Con
federacy will entertain all Confeder
ate Veterans at luncheon at the W.
W. N. C. Cafe today.
MRS XORMAX A D MRS. I' A li
lt Fli WILT EXTER TA IX AT
A 'charming social event of the
unvniei' season will in- the brii.gtv
party given' -'this .afternoon wMb M r -W.
W Noriiiau. of (Iritlin, vl '.i'gia,
and her daughter, Mrs. L chard
l'tir!'er. Ji'.. as joint host e s at ' hv
Quantities of Doio by IV ''k.n.-i
io-es. (larkspur uml otlie.' sunimei
faiwers will .be used t i deco.'ai.v : ha
.,,,.1 ,'.,,, ... 1 ,-(' 1 1 1 -.!! linn- for
the affair.' Contract will be ' piaytdj B'uost
at six tables and at ..be coucltnoon
,f fl,.. Tr-imes ni ic course will be
'served. Novel nri.cs will be pre;e:it-
I . . , , i , C. :.r l.:.-l. .. ... I
ed to trie noKieis in nih .mu
The mvited bridge guests are. Mrs.
Hauv Hall, Mi- Robert S ut her,
Mrs J. Harden Howell, Miss Hoistiy
J ,ane Quinlan, Mrs. J. W. Seaver,
Mrs T. Lenoir Gwyn, Mrs. 1' raneis
Massie. Mrs. Alvin Ward, Mrs. ( levo
land Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Lauriston
Hardin. Miss Mary kirpatnek. Mrs.
( h.uhs Padgett, Mi- N M Mtdford,
Mrs S P. Gav. Mrs. Wilson Barron,
Mrs W'ilford Kay. Mrs. Tom Lee. Jr.,
Mis W G Wilkis f SjKa, Mt-. 1
Lee, Miss Mary S1 ringlieeld. Mrs. M.
IL Htiwles, . Mis. Hugh Massie, Mrs.
Jenv Colkit' Ml- R P. Pof.t,
Mi Alice Quinlan.' Mrs- Grady Boyd.
Miss Mary Quinlan, and Miss F.lcanof
Those invited t . join the group for
tea are' Mrs. N. V. Lancaster, Mrs.
Leon Killian, .Mrs. S. 11, Bushnell,
Mrs. Joseph Johnson. Mrs, J. W. Reed,
.Mrs, Floyd Kippetoe, Mrs. J. R. Mc
Crackeen' anil Miss Dorothy Lane.
Mr. 1-red Poncrav returned to Ins
li,ini,i in .Ifihiisim ( itv. 'r'Tinpsei Fl"l-
uav alter a several davs visit to ins
iimt. Mrs. Jolin N.. Shoolbred, and
M r. Shoolbred.
Miss Marv W ood went to Asheville
yesterday where she will spend sev
eral dav as the guest ot Mis t ar-
line Ward ami attend the Rhodo
Mr. Dick Whitlow, Jr. of Asheville
spent lastl week-end with his parents
at their homo on Pigeon street.
Mrs. Horace Frost and Mrs. R. K.
Wood, o! Ehzabethton, TenSiessei
arrived 1 uesilav for a few days' visit
to Mr. and Mrs. John N. Shoolbred
Mrs Frost and Mrs. Wood with Mrs
Shoolbred' and Mr. William Shoolbred
are attending the Rhododendron Fe
tival in Asheville this week.
m m m
Mrs. Carv Page anil infant son
returned to their homo in Greensboro
Saturday after a few days' visit to
the former's mother, Mrs. Andrew
Moore, at "Hillcrest."
Mr. Jim Moore of W'elford, South
Carolina -.was a week-end guest of
his aunt, Mrs. Andrew Moore, at the
home of Mrs. Mrs. R. H. Mitchell.
Miss Helen Martin, who received a
degree in dietit ies at Duke University
Vast week. bus. returned for a few
weeks' visit to her parents, M t and
1 Mi. Richard Hopple, of
hurg, Honda, who make
hi ir sunimer home in Waynesville,
riivii Monday and are stopping at
he Dunham House.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lynch and three
j children, Martha Ellen. Elizabeth, and
,ku:b, arrived luesday t imhi their
home in Henrietta to attend the wed
ding ol Airs, i.ynen s sister, Am&S
Elizabeth Martin. fhev are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Martin,
Among the visitors here from
abtree Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.
Messes. Claude ami Huher
Crackeu of Crabtree were W
ilif visitors Saturday.
Iisses Klizaheth and Betty Rogers
pent Saturday, shopping in Waynes
Mis. Charles Hard and children,
little Miss Mary Vance and Master
diaries, Jr., arrived Monday from
their home in kllvna, Ohio to spend
the summer with Mrs. Hard's par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Abel.
Mrs. S. C. Satterthwait and grand
daughter. Miss Hester Ann Withers,
letf vesterdav for a visit to rela
tives in various northern cities. Tliev
will go to Wilmington, Delaware,
Landsdown, Reading, and Philadel
phia, Pennsylvania, and Atlantic
( it v. New Jersey.
ihan cmn Muiic
( CrOT A kKHI
;tou B. Price
at their home
Mm rt in.
Miss Mary Adams Ward returned
to her home in Asheville .Monday af
ter spending several days here as the
ot Miss Jewel Hipps.
hi 1 1 t lion i
iH'sville will sPoni
mcit which Will b( gin on
evening, July and ! i
thr"iii;liou1 the .season,
. All bridge pi rye rs are
,,ntl' 111,' ! 0 11 T nil' II t .'I -tl
M EXT TO HI;
WAWI S 1 1 I
if the Hotel Way
a bridge tourna-
tl Ti n
d at i later d
invited . to
to lie pros-
Mr. and Mrs. C
family of Asheville
Mr. and Mrs P. L Tu
N Hensfin and
were ' guests of
f t m 1 '
I - s t ir-iir urn iii
YES, MY ONLY REGRET IS
I DIDN'T START YEARS AGO !
(nii -Ctij&H GuhJIs CaSt&ea'tdli
I' W7S7 II. V I'. TO Ml I T
'The Haywood. Baptist Association
al Meeting of the Woman's Mission
ary Union will be . held at the Fi rst
.Baptist church, .Canton, on June 20,
opening promptly at 10 o'clock. Talks
bv Mi- Edni R Hirris, of Raleigh,
and Mrs. J. R. Morgan, of Waynes
ville, divisional superintendent, will
feature the program, li is hoped .hat
u i,',r'k"in ihn. .'Association- will be
CAMlTa PART) T SI'RJ E
MOXT Taking advantage of the warm
weather a party of thirteen spent . a
few days last week camping at Spruce-mont-
" In the partv. were the follow
ing: Mrs. W. F. Swavngim, Misses
Tiosst,. : -ind larie Swavngnn. Miss
Lorena Rogers. Mr. Albert Justice,
and Mr Charles Brooks, all of Clyde;
Mi-s Ruth RatchfT Mis P,(ll. Frank
lin Mr. Howard Bryson, Mr. Rufus
Ratcliff. Mr. Carl Ratcliff, and, Mr.
:md Mrs- Hiram Campbell.
Sydney Martin of Asheville
a week-end guest of his parents,
mid Mrs. K. P. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Ilenson, Jr. of
(iastonia were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
O. R. Martin on Sunday.
, Marvin Conley of Charlotte
a week-end guest of Mr. and
. P. L. Turbvfill and Miss Cath
Martin attended the gradua-
ion exercises of theMormor's grand
daughter, Miss Mil red Tate, at A she-
lie High School last Friday evening.
1yd were A
Miss Beatrice Denmark, Dean of
W onien at Western Carolina Teachers
College, who was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Smith for several
days, left, last Thursday for Colum
bia, South Carolina where she will
be on the faculty of the University
during tire summer months.
Die, Henry of West .Asheville spent
last week-end with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. !!. Henrv.
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quality of the article it
self and the manner in
which it is sold and de
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that secure your contin
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eatables at right prices
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Saturday Evening, June 17
9 'til 12
The CAROLINA TUNESMITHS
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Mr.. and Mrs. K. A. Rheim of Rani--eur
were week-end guests of Mrs.
Frank Welch at her home on Jlraniter
avenue. Miss Katherine iMieiin. .who
accompanied, her pareni s is remain
iiVsr for: a nionth's visit . wif li Mrs.
Nlrs. Arniaud Saiai'in and ehi
who have been guests of Mr. and
Frank Five, for several weeks.
Monday for their home in M
M rs. fieoi
Mr. W". B. Matthews returned , to
1'aris, Kentucky Monday afier spend
ir.g tie wM'k-dni with his family
ere. :- ' i.
'Hie Hroseculer Rrosecuted. Hy
Dllicia Accused oi lilling Both. His
I'arenls. Read I his Real-I.ile (nine
Story in 'lhc American Weekly, the
Magazine Distrihuf ed W it Ii Next Sun
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it from your favorite newshoy or
Mrs M G. Rtamcy returned to her
home Friday after a week s . visit to
Hieh Point. Greensboro, and Raleigh.
During he visit she was the guest
her siter3. Miss Ann? Albrigns
High Point and Mrs. B. M. Sipr: in
Rh also attended the com
mencement exercises at the Woman's
College of the University of North
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