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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
: MRS. FERGUSON DINNER HOS.
Mrs. Hurley Ferguson was hostess
1 at a beautifully appointed informal
- family dinner on Saturday evening
: at her home on Haywood street when
she entertained in honor' of five is-
1. ters, Mrs. S. K. Horry, of Calion.
; Ohio, Mrs. Leslie Thorn, of Rich.
, montl, Virginia, Mrs. J. L. Stringrield,
.-Mrs. Hugh Love, and Miss Caroline
The dining table was covered with
a handsome laec cloth and centered
with an exquisite bowl of mixed gar-
;j! den flowers.
I Covers were laid for the guests
1 previously mentioned and Mrs. W. T.
i' Blnylock, Mr. Thorn Mr. Berry, and
Fifteen Dollars Every
Second Goes Up In
The annual fire loss of the United States is approximately
live hundred million dollars! .Fifteen dollars' worth of
property destroyed every time the dock ticks! And YOU
help to pay this appalling penalty, directly or indirectly.
Care will prevent fires; insurance in a dependable company
will prevent financial loss when fires occur.
Protect What You Have
(( .JlieS'tei iieldl
Mr. Tom Morrow and Mrs. S.M.
K rider, of Mooresvillu, arrived Sun
day to be with their mother. Mrs. G.
M. Morrow, who is suffering painful
injuries from a fall 'last Sunday.
They were accompanied by Miss Etta
Owens and are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
M. F. Albright.
OYSTER SUPPER AT W. W. N. C
There will be a benefit oyster sup
per for Grace Episcopal church at
the W, W. N. C. Cafe on next Sat
urday, October 21. from 6 to 8:30
Oysters in all styles will be served
as well as baked ham with salad, hot
rolls; pies, and coffee-
Your patronage will be greatly ap
preciated by the church. The public
is cordially invited.
the cigarette that's MILDER the cigarette
DISTRICT U. D. C. OFFICERS
Mrs- W. A Hyatt retiring district
president of the United Daughters of
.hp Confederacy, and Mrs. Roy Mar.
tin, retiring di-trict secretary were
extended a charming courtesy on last
Thursday afternoon when the mem
bers of the local chapter of the or
ganization entertained with a tea at
the home of the chapter president.
Mrs. Leon Killian.
The reception rooms were attrac
tively decorated for the occasion with
tyonze and yellow garden flowers.
During the afternoon Miss Ellen
Louise Killian sang several old South
ern melodies. Tea. sandwiches, and
cakes were served by Mrs. C- C.
White. Miss Nancy Killian, and Mrs
Mrs. Hyatt and Mrs. Martin re
tired from office the day before the
tea. Mrs. Hyatt was succeeded by
Mrs. Preston Thomas of Asheville.
ROTARIANS TO HAVE "LADIES
The Waynesville Rotary Club will
observe "Ladies Night" tomorrow
with a dinner and program of enter
tainment in the dining room of the
Several months have elapsed since
the last affair of this kind and mem
bers of the club are making every
effort to have Friday evening's gath
ering enjoyable to all.
All Rotarians and Rotary-Anns are
invited and expected to be at the
church at 7:ti0 p. m.
The cominit.ee in charge of the pro
gram is composed of Mrs. Wilt'erd
Ray. chairman. Mrs. Carol Hell, and
Mrs. l)oyl(. Alley.
Miss Annie Albright, dean of c-om-en
of the High Point High School,
spent last week-end here With her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Albright
Miss Albright was accompanied by
Mr- and Mrs. Ernest Shipman, Mrs.
Lida Morton, and Miss Essie Dale
Hunter, all of High Point, who were
her guests during her visit at home.
Dr. T. E. Brown, of Raleigh, state
supervisor of vocijional education,
swcfiivmjinied bv Mis. Brown visited
the Homemaking and Vocational Agri
culture Departments of the Waynes
ville High School on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. George White, of
Louisville.. '.Kentucky, anndunce the
birth of a daughter, Barbara Brax
ton, on Saturday, October 7. Mrs.
White is remembered by a host of
friends in Waynesville as the former
Miss Braxton Kirk.
Miss Anna Mae Davis, of Canton.
I attended the Duke-Tennessee game
I in Durham last Saturday afternoon
I and the State-Florida game in Ral-
I eigh Saturday night- She also at-
I tended tne state rair wmie m
MRS. HOWELL IS D. A. R- HQS-'
Mrs. James Harden Howell was
hostess to th(. members of the Dorcas
Bel! Love Chapter of the Daughters
of the Ameikan Revolution at the
October meeting last Wednesday af
ternoon at her home "Windover."
Mrs. Howell received her guests in
the living room which was attractive
ly decorated with yellow and red
The main feature of the afternoon s
program was the paper given by Mrs.
J. E. Henderson, of Canton. Her sub
ject was "Gen. (Washington, Com
manding Chief." The magazine was
reviewed by Mrs. W. F. Swift
A card was read from Mrs. Sydney
Cooper, of Henderson, state D. A. K.
regent, extending greetings to the
chapter and requesting that all member-,
attend the district meeting in
Notes were also read from Mrs.
Charles E. Quinlan and Mrs. Ernest
Hyatt thanking the chapter for flow
ers sent to them since they have been
confined to their homes on account of
The regent. Mrs. Howell, read an
invitation to the chapter to be pres
ent at the unveiling of three tablets
on Rendez Vous Mountain, October
14, in memory of Col. Benjamin Cleve
land, who assembled 225 picked men
at this place and led them to Kings
Mountain. These tablets were
erected by the state 1. A. R. An
other invitation was received to be
present at the meeting of the 8th
1). A. R- district at Rocky Mount.
During the social hour following
the meeting the hostess served a salad
course. She was assisted by Miss
Margaret Hender.-on, of Canton, the
youngest mcmlvi- i" the chapter,
and Miss Ellen I. mi.-e Killian, and
Miss Kdwina Mci)..-vc!!.
Seventeen members were present
for the meeting and the following
guests: Mrs. L.B.Hayes, Mrs. Wade
.Johnson- Mrs. Leon Killian, and Miss
D. A. R. DISTRICT MEETING AT
TENDED BY WAYNESVILLE
The twelfth annual meeting of the
First District, North Carolina Daugh
ters of the American Revolution was
held yesterday at the George Vander-
bi It hotel in Asheville wnth about
100 persons in attendance.
A feature of the morning session
was the address of Mrs. Sydney P.
Cooper, of Henderson, state regent.
Her address consisted mainly of a
reviicw of activities of the state or
The meeting was called to order
by Mrs. Gilbert II. Morris district
chairman, who presided. Mrs. Ralph
Van Landingham. of Charlotte, made
a talk on the Crossnore School. Pre
ceding Mrs. Landingham's talk, Mrs.
T. Lenoir Gwyn, district chairman
for Crossnore, spoke briefly.
Mrs. J. Harden Howell, regent of
the Waynesville chapter, made the re
that tastes better
port for the chapter and Mrs- J. W.
Seaver also a member of the local
chapter, was on the luncheon pro
gram giving a toast to Mrs. Morris.
A large delegation of members from
Dorcas Bell Love chapter attended
the meeting including: Mrs. J. Har
den Howell. Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn.
Mrs J. W. Seavor, Mrs. R. N. Bar
ber, Mrs. E.B.Camp, Mrs. John N
Shoolbred, Mrs. C. H. McDowell, Mrs.
W F Swift, Mrs. J- M. Long. Mrs.
R L. Prevost. Mrs. J F. Abel, Mrs.
R. H- Mitchell, Mrs. J. H. Way, and
Miss Ann Jones.
Miss Edwina McDowell also attend
ed the meeting as a page.
Mrs. B. T. McBryde and Mr. W. B.
Dunlap of Wadesboro arrived yester
day for a few day's visit to the
former's sister, Mis. D. A. Baker, and
Mr. Baker. '
Miss Mary Glee Ferguson left Wed
nesday to return to Knoxville, Tenn.,
where she is attending a business
school, after spending the week-end
at home. She motored to Knoxville
with her brother, Rankin Ferguson,
and her uncle. Sam Queen, who re
DISTRICT MEETING OF FEDER
ATED CLUBS HERE 30TH
The Federated Cluba of Waynes
ville and the Woman's Club of Clyde
are making plans for entertaining the
club women of the first district on
Monday. October o0.
The meeting will be called to order
bv the district president, Mrs. R. N.
Barber, at 10 o'clock in the Baptist
church where the business session
will be held. The meeting will be
concluded at the Masonic Temple
where luncheon is to be served and the
junior clubs of the district will furn
ish entertainment with vocal and
instrumental music, readings, and
Many prominent visitors are ex
pected ' including Mrs. R. IL Latham,
State President of N. (' Federation
of Woniens Clubs, and Mrs. Howard
O. Eth ridge, chairman of the dis
tricts. Mr. Louis A. Smith of the U.S.
Department of Agriculture will de
liver the principal address. Mr,
Smith will speak on the proposed new
pure food law and display illustra
tions showing how the present law
has been evaded and the new law pro
poses to bring cosmetics and curative
devices of every description under
government control. It prohibits all
false and misleading advertising of
foods, drugs, etc.. through any me
The public is invited to all of the
meetings. A special invitation is ex
tended members of the P. T. A- asso
ciations. D- A. R-. U. D. C, Legion
Auxiliary, and 0. E. S. The music
Club will have charge of the musical
program. Mrs. Gulley. state chair
man of music, and Mrs. Richard Bar
ber, Jr.. violinist will be guest ar
tists on the program.
& Myf's Torrco Co.
C. E. RAY'S SONS
THE Community lair h,.
hearty endorsement. Ii.. ...
visiting and should haw
support. Give the buys a 1 .i'
OPPORTUNITY is said to : ,
but once. By patronizing ...
however, the opportunity ahv.,-,
is before you of incxiieti-i'-.-.'l
TRIPLETS Mari Martha ,lf:
Ruth. Born Friday the ltitii, v.
welcome them into this rl i -for
tetter or for worse.
OCR Baby Department wi
boost in business if those
find our counter.
PRO I'D Parents Mr. and Mi,. I
L. Green even though they ar
Nos. 5, C and 7 in your famil;
you can still make the maiK
if you trade with us,
CHILDREN'S Sweaters, warm an
wooly. Both coat and slipn
styles and with berets .to mate
.Sizes 2 to 12. $1.25 to $2.1ii.
ASSORTED Childrens Sweater
'i'Jc up. Three table displays f(
HUMMING BIRD chooses thi
week as an occasion in which t
stress the importance of hose t
every well dressed woman, An
no woman is so sleekly dresse
as when in Humming Birds.
f tl Til East DisDlav window
Humming Bird Hosiery toyr
with smart Uxtords ami
Worth visiting. Lights in
night this week until 8;"".
SUPERB quality full fashion,
hose in every new color
smart heel style. Sen;.-.
servicp and sheer chitfon to
J I ST Received an assoit
smartly tailored silk .'ir- '
crepes and the new fail'. ,
.NEW Felt Hats just receive;.:
menting an already gene' '
eat: .! -;!''
" sortment. Rightly sty i i;; ; -erly
PROPERLY Dressed? Ne.. .::
properly gloved. See ":'
shipment of washable 1-1;. ;
and fine kids. Assorted 00, -
a rangp of prices. FabrtV - "
.; ltay's '
. PROSPERITY has turned the ';;"'
er with winter fast -behind,
can be faced with; one :'.';:;
coats a wool dress or a "
ed suit. We have your nt; t
. Raj - . r.
FLANNEL Robes and Out.n.: -jamas
will keep out winter - -Prepare
yourself. " --.
Robes --- , '
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BUYING your clothing a:: i "'.':;,
from us, you can visit a.iiyw
. . Ray'f .
ELSEWHERE in this issue w:,
' . found ads on groceries nte;.;
haberdashery: Aorrh stud; -
C P AY'S Son:
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