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THURSDAY, AUGUST 10. 19 51
THE VVAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Eleanor Bushnell, Editor Phone 137
EXA(iKMi:.T OF MISS MOCK j
MOCK AN. VOl .Ci:j
An iiitWHtiiiK . i ! u I delightful Hui-nil
t-vi-m last xvi-t-k was' tlj briilgi- party
i;iveii mi last S;i tunhiy ;t t'u-riiimn hy
.Mrs. .J, ,M. .Mock ;a her liniin: on Jlay
ivuml strict., at which Wiu- she an-nouiici-il
h'-- entitlement "f her
tlaUKhter. Miss Mary Muck I., Mr.
Alton Kirkpairi. k. el' Shelby.
For the .M-casioi! ..Miss Meek wore
it I.eeuiniiiL; tr..ck ol hlue curette
an.l ii .li..ul.l.-r ( r.rs.aue ,,t imk ro.e
buiis ami ha hv s hreath.
'1'lic In Jin i.. w:is heautitullv arranK
c.l with Liladinh ami ..ther summer
Ihiw.rs I ; i i 1 1 l; was plaveil at hve
tallies. 1 i it; li score prize was pre
sented t Miss JiahUe Way and the
eijnseiatinn mil went in .Mrs. lien
Alter the .names it prettily appoint
ed w, luil ciHirse was served. On each
plate was placed an attractive card
ili.-ohisnii; the a n nuuncemeru w ith the
win ds Aliti v is l.HKaised to Kirk."
A miniature hi'lile. and tuoom and
hnde s minds m procession were ar
ranged en the ray with winch cream
and siiuiii was served. .u lUlimte
elate was . a 1 1 11 n 11 1 ice d lor till- Wedding
which will take place tarlv 111 the
.Mrs Mm-k w a.s assisted m reeievnm
her .. it. Ms l. .M Iss .Ma 1 tllil Meek.
I he laidtie tin -ts were: Misd
Martha X' al Miss Itahl.ie ii and
lib's .lstrv Aduns Ward. .Miss Lois
siiLilliiis. anil Mrs. .liimrs s-mathers,
nt A.-lieville. Mrs, Kl r ishorne 'f
I .iiii"i. lli-s .M i it h:i .si line itl. I, I. yiiss)
Idiah'ih l;,,v. .1 iss .Mama I a-t AshtOll.
.Miks Mie la.ueii. i, (i.istmiia .Misses
hliZii I'l.-t h aii'l lalna ( ia I leett. Miss
Hester Ami Withers. .Mrs, lu;:h Mas
Me, Mrs. Ihcah .Inllv. Mrs. Xina How
ell, liarek. Mrs. I'a n t'olkitt. Mrs Wil
liam Hannah, and Mrs. (luv .Massie,
Tea quests included Mrs. .1. l: llipps,
Mrs. U . T: Id ntuii. and Miss l.oisj
i I.tll e.1,1.
'1 he l.iide-elect is the sminyer
litrit4 liter M v. and .Mrs. .1. .M.. Merit
Mie ivir.nl her cdiioatimi in the
U a vncs hi,, sehni.ls and at JmkO
1 nnet.sitv. Mie., is. .an attractive and
popular nietnher id the citv's votimjur
Mr. kirkpaiiirk is the son o Mr.
W . 1 ' Kirk pal rick, of ( Ira hanr lie I
complet,,, his education at Imke l ril-
1' isilv in Jhirliaiii in iiiid is at
present loiinected with the K. and S.
I riiekn.L; ( nmpiinv in Shelhv
mus. 'i'i,ii'i;i!i:ii is iikiik.i:
Mrs. Tera Taliaferro; i,f Kaleiuh,
was ohaimin- hostess at live tables
nt hrni'je on ,vesterilM: atteruoon in
tSJIllHltf at I he ho-mc ol her mol hia'.
Mrs. I ;. II. Mil, heel, on l.nye liillie.
A color scheme of vellmv was used
ill the parte appointments, the rooms
lienm attractivelv a! ranu'ed w ith Kl,id
l'di ;i nd xinras. s,(a,re ciirds were also
in the chosen color. At the conclusion
ol the sanies the hiL;h scure prize, a
pow der and port time set, was pre
sented to Mrs. linht. Miller and conso
lation, wilt, a lins nl bath powder went
to Mrs. Woodson Jones. .Mrs. Talha
lerro served a salad ami ice course
which carried out the yellow color
The '-'liests were: Mrs. A. C. Mo
1.. an. Mrs, .Inluv I Indues. Mrs. Wil
liam .shoidlire.l. Mrs. Ilimh .Massie.
.Mrs. Robert Miller, of .e- York, Mrs.
T'lm I.ee. Jr.. Mrs. .lames Tulwiler.
Mrs. i:iizahe'.h Miller, .Miss Xancv
AVest id Mil net t a : ii oi "ia. Miss Alice
it la rk, nl s-a van na h. (ieoixia. Miss
.Mary Kav. Mrs. rharles lliird, Mrs.
Wilfnrd Kav. Mrs: William -Hannah.
Mrs. It'iv ('aiaiiboll. Mrs. lless Lee
l'asrc. Mrs, .i 'arnlvn ilvatt.. Mrs. l''r:ink
Therrel. of Xashville. .Mrs Wilev
Marr, anil Mrs. Wooilsnn .Jones:
. . .winning
. . .holding
. . .deserving
CLOTHIER - IMPORTER
Is now open to .serve the men ot
Western North Carolina
Who appreciate clothing and
accessories different from the ave
rage (at no extra cost). The new
Royes is a most pleasing and
You pay no premium for our
awareness to the prevailing trend
of fashion. . . . That's part of
18 Haywood In The Miles BIdg.
Despite unfavorable weather last
Thursday aTl-moon, two hundred
people visited the Quilt Show, spon
nni l,v i he Woman's Club of AVay-
nesville. Thirty-eitiht exliibitors tlis
jdayed m;iliy new and old fiuilts, cov
erlets and (itiilt tops.
T.nvelv dahlias .and mid-season ,
(lowers decorated the hall where the
show was held.
Seine of the most interesting tx
hihits were: an old Knfe'lisli Chintz
quilt. 1.1" veins old. exhibited by Miss
Ann Jones: a- spread. 115 years old,
owned l.v Mrs. James Harden Howell;
a basket quilt made in 1S03 and ex
hibited by Mrs. Liudley Hunter; and
a spread, made m 1S37, with the date
wanked in, exhibited by Mrs. Charles
.Martin, other quilts, some older and
others ot more recent date, also
chinned the attention of visitors.
I'rize winners were picked by those
whit registered. 5 prizes were awarded
as follows; Mrs. Dudley Hunter for
the prettiest old .quilt, prize of $2.00;
.Mrs. W . II. I. ut her. prettiest new quilt,
prize ot s.'.IMi: Mrs. Charles .Martin
for the prettiest coverlet. prize of
. prize of
pi et t let : j 1 1 1 tnp.
Miss Jeannetl 1'hi
dill Shop, lor tin
lips, ot the Allien
prett li st spread,
prize d. mi.
.Much ol t he success of the Qlllll
Show was due tn the ellnrts nt the
eoiiimitt'-e in oharue which was enm-pn-e,
,,r .Mrs. i . I. kirkpatnek, re
tirinu presnl'ent of the club, Mrs.
.Inhn M . (iieen. M is. 1'i'aiik l-'ei'eu-son.
.Mrs. It. N. Jiiirber, Miss liessie
la, yd. Mrs. U. l. I iliickw ell. -Mrs. S.
I'. (,ay, .Mrs. l.ituiistnn Hardin, Mrs.
James Harden Howell. and Mrs.
(.rover Oavis, newly elected president
of I he club.
mi;, donm.d iivatt vi:is iiit-
. w i ililiny: c-enterint; much interest
lliioii!;liiiut the slate was that ot .Miss
Julia .May to Mr. Donald Ilvatt. which
was solemnized on S.-tturtlav ill lernoiin,
Inly in th" I'entr.il Methodist
church ol I iiirha m. Annnuncement
o I the rail rria e t ca 1
In liaends here.
is a surprise
Alts, Hyatt is. the
and .Mrs. I . ('. May
In lit; h t or of .Mr.
nt lUirliiiMi. She
was eilucaied at.Jst. Marys College in
ltiilei.uli ami since Puivint: school has
been ciiLiiit'i'il in intcrmr decoriilinc;
in business with her lather
.Mr. Hyall is l lit., sun nf Mr. and
Mrs, U . A Ilvatt of this cily. His
lord. ears were pioneer settlers of
i late, enil county and his family lias
aluats litken it prominent part in
n'- eiie. political, mid. etlticationiil
iiii- i ests nl the county. His' mother
.and hi 1 her a re a Isn k nuwn I hriiujthout
llie. slate lor their active part in pol
ities and civic 'interests. .Mr Ilvatt
received his education at Duke 1'nl
eraity where he was :an tiutstamlin
loot hall player. lie is a. member nf
the 1 Diversity Club and the Tenuis,
an honorary athletic society. Last
year he was director of athletic si t
Louisburu' Collet'e and plans to re
sume his duties there this fall
The ynuiiK couple left lmmeiliately
alter the ceremony for. a "wedding trip
In .Moorcsville. For the ii-.naintlei' of
the summer they , tire nuikimr their
home in mston-S.alem
mi;, and .mi;s. i;si,i:v iioxoi:
IlKIDl; AM IdttlOM
.Mr. and .Mrs. Kunone ICnslev' onter
t.anieil with .a iniscellatieous shower
mi Tuesday cveniim. complimentary to
Mrs. l-.nslcys sister imd biiither-in-i-
'- Mr. and: Mrs. J. C. Htirrell, who
w ere married on Saturday, Atmust 1,
.Mrs. liui-reU w as lomcrly M iss ( ; ladys
Mcl.lroy, daughter nt Air. and Mis
J. K. .MclJro... ,.! H.izelwond
.Mr. and .Mrs.Mnslev imd Mr .-and
Mrs. ... Kiri ri ll recen tal the eilcst-t ut
Ihiilt,'!- and danemi4 turnisheil en
tcrtainment during the evefvlni;-. A
iunk .and. .white color scheme w-.as
used, with nmk and white ulailinli as
decorations... Miss Kteanor Keith
Thompson, iliiuehter of Mrs II K.
Thnmitsnn,- ot, Chuimi... presented the
sill ts to the bride in. a little (.art dec
orated m pink.,. Alter the presentation
ot .mi' roveiy uitts the quests wl'rr
invited to. the dimnif rnnni where lr
liKthful retreshments were served
The quests present were: Mr and
Mrs. J,(. Liner, Miss . Hazelle Stall
Aiiss na (..re.en,. Mr. and .Mrs Oenre
l.ischott. Mr. and. Mi's. Car Jlischoff
.Mi. talph Summerow. .Miss lailii
Kvans and .Miss Tat Melvin. ,,f AVil
min.eton,. Miss Huth . Calhoun
-Mr. and, Mrs:, (iei)vKe . Moilitt
Carroli U hitner, Miss Caro
lyn Allison,. Mr. and Mrs. . Lawrence
McKlroy, .Mr. Ihll I.,nipkin, Miss
in una I. mipkin. Mi-. V Lr.ampkin
Mrs., ,t.F. Caldwell. Miss Ruth Cald
well, Mr. Vinson McKIrov, Mr. Dewey
1'an.on, Mr. and. Mrs. j;.d Crecr Mr
and ..Mrs! Harry .Morris, Miss Sarah
H.ayneH, Mr. and Mrs. l-'red Medtord
of A llnunKton, Miss Xatalie Atkinson
Mrs. If. K. Thompson, Miss Bardell
Seates, Miss Helen. Morrow, Uti
Kthel Caldwell, Billy and Junior
Mover, of Brooklyn, X. Y., and retsey
Mr. and Mrs. Eurrell are making
their home in Waynesville.
Mrs. A. T. Henley, of Birmingham,
Alabama, is spendinfr several weeks
with Mrs. Sydie Ray.
Mr. Colin Mclnnes and little son,
Johnny, returned Wednesday after a
few days' visit in Ashland, Kentucky.
OriJiT SHOW IS MAKKKD
.. ri.oi, ,i Ineava, a v. ell k I., u, Ii a III hoi', and I. in!:- 1 1 ii" .mt't-S,
..! .,,rd and l.adv Ivcn-h, leaviiiK St. Margaret's church, WesnnftiSier,
ifler their weildin Gcoi-l'c, former kim; of Greece, was one oi the
.M KS. 1,1 MASSli: llONdllS MISS
.Miss .Mary -Meek . cha mi
ehit. was leted vcstei'dat
1 1 ternoon
.... . . . . I
at a binhte party given by .Mrs. t.u.v
Massie ,at her home on Hazel street.
'Ihree tables were a rra nged tor
bridge amid a lllofusion ot lovely
summer llnwcrs. Alter an interesting
si ai"s nt gillies the scores were count
ed and attractive prizes were ptc
senfeil tn tie holders ol' the high
seme and cnnsula t Inn. The hniiorce
also received a guest prize. Mrs.
.Massie served a delightful salad
I he guests present were: .Misses
Mary and .Martha Mock, Misses lOdn.t
and I'.lizaheth Garrett, .Miss li.abble
i!.v. .Miss Mary, Adams Ward .Miss
Martha .eal Miss Lliza bet h Ra v .Miss
Marlha .String field. .Miss Hester Ann
Withers. Miss Sue Powell, and Miss
MRS. SVDIi: KAY ISHlllGi: 1IOS-
. A pretty atlair on Tuesday al ter
noon was 'the contract bridge party
given by .Mrs. Svtlie Uav us a cour
tesy to her aunt. Mrs. II. .M. P'riend.
01 .Mi. bile, and Mrs. A. T. Henley, nf
Huniingliam. wlm are her house
The rooms w here the tables were
urahgeil were bright with garden
lowers. A salad course was served
at the conclusion of the play. High
score prize was presented to Mrs.
Roy Francis- w hile Mrs. J lurry Frehn
received the low score gift.
The guests present - were: Mrs.
Friend, Mrs. Ileillev. Mrs C S tie
.eeigaard. Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, I
Miss Itowe Jones, Mrs. Dale Jones.
Miss .Nancy Killian. Mrs. Jlarry Liclin,
Miss Kleanor ltankin, -Mrs.-' M. 11.
Peeves, Mrs. Roy, Francis, and Miss
li:(;io Ai xiLiAitv to mi:i:t
The regular monthly meeting ot
the American Legion Auxiliary will
be. held at the LoFame: Hotel, next
Monday afternoon. August 14. at -1
o'clock. . ' .
I loS.t esses
Mis I C
lor tins meeting will be
Patrick .and Mrs. M. '.
THE OPENING OF
STUART CRUSE, Inc
Tuesday, August 15th
Showing New Fall Wearing Apparel
for Ladies and Misses
No. 2 Battery Park Place
Mr. F. M. Stuart
Stuart's Boys Shop
Wods Titled Girl
Miss m i ; i i . 1 1 1 ; 1 1 k . i : i i i ci i i
(ri:i: or .irwi.i sk i
.Miss .Maria Aldrldt
I'rofes: or and Mrs. 1'.
Jllk,. fniversitv. Kurhiim. was chosen
winner of the election held at Lake
, u ,, sk ., r, .,- the selection of the
(me,n nf .liitia iiwl.-a last Saturday
evening. The election ol. a queen, is
an annual teaiure nt tin' social side of
the summer activities ot the .Methodist
Winners ol the boat pageant held
the n mo. evening were: hrst prize.
t licri t hlt.ssoni, the best boat en
ured b the 'lining People s eonler
cnee; : ot a 1 1 ii 1 . 'Ibe l-liiwer Garden,
enlercd .by the Colonial Hotel; and
thud, the entry ot the Waynesville
Ili'iim .able (mention was given to the
boat entered by John Mnritz. of Knkii'
' 'I'he Herron.' the entry of Mrs J.
Hale stentz, nt Lake J una luska ; anil
'I he did Rugged Cross. the entrv
nl .iis.s K it t v St u I ' hs nf Sumter S C
O. i:. S. I'AUTY TOMGHT
The Waynesville .eh-apter. Order
Rastern Star. Xo. 111",., is having a
party -this evening at s o'clock nt the
All masons and O. la. S. nit fibers
and-their wives and husbands are In
vited., to attend, This includes visitors
in the city.
An attractive program of enttw
tainiuent has been planned and re
freshments will be served. Each per
son attending is requested to bring
When your little one has a birth
day narty allow us to make a
photograph. Jso charge. We
seil what we tan.
Aiken Gift Shop
In The Miles Bld'g.
Miss Margaret Cruse
(ilESTS OF MAX I'ATt H I.OlKiE
Recent Kuests at Max Patch Lodjie
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Hayes, Oliver
Springs, Tenn.; Miss Lula J. Sienk
necht, Oliver Spriny, Tenn.; Dr. and
Mrs. M. S. Doak, Newport, Tern.;
Miss Danese Doak, Newport, Tenn.;
John A. Reagan, Glen "West, li. B.
Williams, Doe Roberts, Weaverville,
We believe: Working- sincerely .striving to GIVE
MORE . . . both in skill and service will gain
I'hone 1-W Waynesville, N. C. Main St.
AFTER A GOOD ?M "
"" YES-AND YOU CAN
Jf Mb &,J& SMOKE ALL YOU WANT
-pj - m-is-
never cjetcvi y(nwllwi..flleier'tZre i&urTaiti
MAIN ST. NEXT TO
Big Values for Thur.-Fri.-Sat. & Monday
$1.00 $1.50 $1.00
Ovaltine Citrocarbonate Wampoles
69c 98c 6ffc
Save On Prescriptions At Smith's
Your Prescriptions Are Filled As Your Doctor
Orders By A Registered Druggist And Oivly The
Purest Of Drugs Are Used.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT SMITH'S
iiKJ MONEY SAVERS
(mc Ri-So-Dol 39c
25c Black Draught 15c
10c Castoria . . . . . 29c
SI. 00 Nervine 69c
Pt. Rubbing Alcohol 23c
50c Milk Mag 29c
Pt. Castor Oil . 39c
60c Syrup Figs . . 39c
25c Feenimint .... 15c
$1. 00 Lucky Tiger .. 69c
50c Jergins Lotion . 29c
$1.00 Listerine .... ,79c
50c Pepsodent Paste 31c
35c Colgates Shav
ing Cream ... . . . 25c
SOc Palmolive Sham
35c Cutex Prep. . . . 29c
:1.00 Tangee Lip
$1.00 ST 37 79c
Mr. and Mrs. YV. L. Payne, i
i Payne. Jr., Lincinnau. unm.; j
Green, Clifton, Mass.; T. M. 1::
Eoston, Mass.; J. T. Shields. W ,:.
ilr. and Mrs. Walter Crawfnr,.
as their guests. Mr. and Mrs. v
Crouch and little daughter, J...
MASSIES DEPT. STORE
AH 5c Chew
3 for IOC
' JL BARREL OF L
h'j I VAMLtA ZXTCC S ,l
i i If d I
li-iiiiini ill Miil'gg.Til
3 Oz 33c
6 Oz 52c