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THURSDAY, JULY 5, 193,
THE WAYMESV1LLE MOUNT AINEEK
Mrs. Ben Sloan, Editor -
MANY VISITORS KIXISTER AT
C. OF C
Visitor in the city who live reg
jsterd during tin- a.-t week at the
Chamber ol' Lollliilei'ee uu- a- follows:
Mr. i.n-1 M... Muurt Smith, of IJeuu
nioilt, Texas; .J. L. liomar vi' Tei:a
inix (.'v. ; M :.-. Kluuin-th Hazard ami
Miss l-oui.-e HaL'uard, i Tamjia,
Kla ; I.. D. Cole, of Durham; J. A.
Bullock, ..f MontKoinei-y, Ala.; E. U
Littlejohn, of Chatham. N. J.; Miss
Mary lv ( ai r. ot reierhuuiK,
Fla.; MiV. 1- C. Wade, of Boston,
Ma-ss.; Mr. William Bishop, of St.
I'eU-.'.sbuiK. Fia.; Edgar C, Dunn
and familv, of Daytuna Beach, Fla.;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred I). Hamrick, of
Rutherfordton; Mrs. F. G. Steel, of
Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. B- S. Hid
don, of St- Pierce. Fla,; Noble R.
McEwen, of Winston-Salom ; Mr.
and Mrs. N. W. Bryon, of Titusville,
Fla.; Mrs. J. M. Reyes and son and
Mrs. E- Hoi, of Havana, Cuba; K. C.
Neal, cf Mobile. Ala.; Mrs. John W,
Knight, of Tampa, Fla.; Rev. and
Mrs. Earle I.e Baron of I'easacola,
Fla.; Ma. and Mr. J. A. Wiley, of
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs.
S. W. Bottom, of St. Petersburg, Fla.;
Johnette JkCormich, of Pensacola,
Fla.; Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Wiley, of
family, of St. Petersburg, Fla.; Mr.
and Mrs. P. W. Dollolf, of Miami,
Fla.; J. C Snowden, of Wayne. Ark.;
Mt. and Mrs. 0. M. Edwards,
Younges Island, Miss Carleen How
ard and G. L. Craw, of Miami, Fla.;
Harry Burton, of Wet Palm Beach.
A mo.-t enjoyable occasion last week
was the reunion of the class of l'Ji24
of th,. Havwuod Institute which wa.s
held at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. L.
A. Forgo -in on the Crabtree Road.
A delightful picnic dinner was serv
ed on the lawn and the afternoon -was
spent ii reminiscing of school days.
It vvar ilitele.-tiiig to note that eight
of the ih.rtten .members jin-sent had
ni.,ri ie i cla-.-mates.
I)l.-ing the busine-s session jthe
class wis 01 ganized . with' Mr. .Jesse
.lames as ' pi.e'.-htt-nt and Miss Roxie
iS'oland, secretiiry and treaurVr. It
was decided to .make the reunion ui
- ('las- members present" were; Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse James, .Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Messer. Mr. and Mis. Orville
Noiand,' Mr, and Mrs. Ben I'atton.
Mrs. Kink Brvson, Mr- L. O. Fergu
son. Mrs. T. G. Highlill, Miss Roxie
Noiand, and Miss KHie Green.
Others present were; Mrs. L. 0. Fer
guson, Mr. Dink Bryson, and Rev. T.
SUMMER VISITORS REGISTERED
AT THE PIEDMONT
Summer visitors at the Piedmont
Hotel includ,. the following: Mr. and
Airs. Sam I'lerson, of Okmulgee,
Oklil.j Mrs. (Jeo.-ge Bava, Mrs. John
S. Durham, Mr. and Mrs. P. W; Dol
lox, Mr. Richard H. Hunt, and Mr.
Roy H. Massie. of Miami. Fla.; Miss
Ernestine Wiebenback. of New York
City; Mr. J. J. McCown, of Mobile,
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Thompson,
of Atlanta, Ga ; Mr. "Calhoun Park-,
or, Mrs. L. R. Riebbre. and Mrs. J. C.
Holberith, of New Orleans, La.; and
Dr. Nelson B. Martin, of Atlanta.
Mrs. Charles Ferguson, of Wash
ington. D. C. arrived Monday to
spend the summer with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Coman, at their
honv at Lake Junaluska.
Uquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops
Checks Malaria in 3 days, Colds first
day. Headaches or Neuralgia in 30
Fine Laxative and Tonic
Most Speedy Remedies Known
$1.00 Cardui ......
85c Kruschen Salts
25c Stanback . .... .
25c Feen-a-mint . . .
Pint Alcohol ...... .
25c Black Draught .
30c Sal Hepatica
Fresh Fruit 30c $1.00
Orange Freene LYSOL FLIT
10c 21c I 79c
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED ACCURATELY AND
MRS. WILFORD RAY HONORS
Mrs. Will'oid Ray was hostess for
a lovely party Tuesday at'teinoon en
tertaining at her home on Academy
street :n honor of Mrs. Jve lioggett,
if High Point, who is visiting her
sister- Mrs. Louis Kuuser, in A.-he-
vilie and Mrs. Woodson Jones, at her
For the occasion the home was
attractively arranged in the patriotic
motif with (lowers and party
accessories featuring the combination
of red, white and blue.
Ciontraci tf.-idge was enjoyed at
four table after which attractive
prizes were presented to the guest of
honor and the holders oi hign anu
Those playing were: Mrs. Doggett,
Mrs. Louis Rauter and Mrs. Carl
Rhinehart, of Asheville, Mrs. Hugh
Ma.-ie, Mrs. Lauriston Hardin, Mrs.
Diana Shoolbred; Mrs. Tom Tallia
ferro, of Raleigh, Mrs. Charles Hard,
of Ellyria, Ohio. Mrs. Frank Hodge,
Mrs. M. G. Stamey, Mrs. M. H.
Bowles. Mrs. Woodson Jones. Mrs.
James Michealfi, Mrs. Grayden Fer
guson. Miss Isabel Ferguson, and
Mrs. Joe Tate.
ARRIVALS AT PROSPECT HILL
Arrivals during the past week who
are guests at Prospect Hill include:
Maj. and Mrs. T. G. Hearn, of Fort
Benning, Ga. ; Mr. and Mrs. Sterling
Buttone and daughter, of St. Pe
tersburg, Fla.; Mrs. Glen Evins and
daughter, of Tampa, Fla.; and Capt.
and Mrs. C. D- Thmes and son, of
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
1 he American Legion Auxiliary
will hold its regular 'monthly meet
ing next Monday afternoon, July 9,
at M:.'Hi o'clock at the home of Mrs,
E II. Camp. Mrs. I. J. Brown anil
Ida Jean Brown will be bos
All members are requested
. O J. Story, of Chicago, llli
irrived Saturday to spend the
sunimer as the guest of her sister,
Mis- E. 1!. Camp, ami Mr, Camp.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Scheflius,, of
Washington,' D. C. arrived nl week
to spend the summer as guests at
Birch wood Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCracken,
ol fines I reek, were visitors in
Mrs. Annie McCracken, of Crab,
tree, spent Monday in town shopping.
(. . B. MeCrary. of Fines Creek, was
here on business Monday,
T. J. Davis was here from Iron
Among the visitors in town, this
week was D. M, Cagle, of Clyde.
O. E. S- TO MEET
1 he Waynesville chapter No. 165,
Order of Eastern Star will meet to
night (Thursday) at the Masonic
Temple, at 8 o'clock.
Past matrons and patrons niirht
will be observed with a special pro
gram and refreshments will be served.
It is hoped that every member of
thP chapter will make an effort to
attend this meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Gould de Neergaard
and young son, of New York City,
arrived Tuesday for a visit to the
former's mother, Mrs. C. S. de Neer
gaard. Mr. Paul Frye. of Albemarle, spent
last week-end here as the guest of
Dr. and Mrs- R. P. Walker and left
Sunday for Bryson City where he
will spend the summer.
Mrs. E. E- Moa.se. of Cruso, Avas a
Waynesville visitor Monday. ;
Cut Rate Drugs
50c Ipana Paste ...... .39c
75c Listerine . . . .59c
40c Squibbs Paste ..... 33c
35c Mum . . ... . ... ... .29c
Gallon Thermos Jug .$1.19
50c Almond Lotion 29c
25c NuShine 17c
50c Perfume ......... 17c
Miss Helen Sisk had as her guest.-;
la.-t week-end Misses Eleanor and
Sail far Dockery and Miss Ann Louise
Steele', of Rockingham. The visitors
left Tuesday, the Misses Dockery
ging to Camp Junalu-ka and Miss
Steele going to Camp Cheonda.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Grady Burton and
two sons, of Wauchula. Florida, have
arrived to -pond the summer and art
gue.-ts at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Frank Therrel and young sons,
of Nashville, Tennessee, arrived Sat
urday for a visit to Mrs. Therrel'e
mother, Mrs. Nora Ashton. .Mr.
Therrel accompanied them to Way
Yiesville and returned to his home
Mrs. A. E- Jones and Miss Rowe
Jones, of Warrenton, have arrived to
spend the summer at Birchwood Hall.
Mrs. Robert Woodward, of Colum
bia. South Carolina, arrived last week
to join Mr Woodward and spend the
summer at the Adirer Hou.-e.
Mrs. Harrv Frehn is expected to
arrive Saturday from Kansas City,
Missouri to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Blackwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Seawell,
of Winder, Georgia, spent a few days
in the city this week. Their daugh
ter. Miss Anne Seawell, who accom
panied them has entered Camp Ju
naluska for the summer.
Mrs. J. B. Chestnut, of Savannah,
Georgia, has arrived to spend the
summer and is a guest at the Hotel
.Misses Clara and Ruth Taylor, of
Charleston South 'Carolina. are
among the the recent arrivals at
Mr. Eugene Carter, of Lenoir City,
Tennessee, arrived Friday to spend
the week-end and the fourth with
his lamily at the Clevewill Apart
Mr. and Mrs.. George Anderson and
nephew, Benny Breiiiuui. left Friday
for Boston. Massachu-etts, where
they will spend several weeks.
Mr. and Mis. Howard .Covington.
ot Asheville, were week-end guests
ot -Mr. and .Mvs. Hubert Woodward at
the Adger House.
Miss Rosamond Lengom of States
ville, and Mr. Allen T. Brown, of Ral
eigh, were week-end guests of Miss
Susie Fisher at her horn,, in Hazel
wood. Mrs. J. R. McCracken and Mrs.
Lauriston Hardin were Asheville
Mrs. Tom Taliaferro and young
son, of Raleigh, arrived Sunday to
spend the summer with Mrs. Tala-
ferro's mother. Mrs. R. H. Mitchell.
M.s. June Kincaid. of Dillsboro, is
here for a month's visit to her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Plott.
Mrs. Evelyn Fitzhugh Lee Shapter,
M;ss Agues Shapter, and the former's
sister. Mrs. Jessie Ayers, of Wash
ington, D. Ci. have arrived to spend
the summer at their home in Grimball
Misses Margaret and Maud Terrell
returned to their honv Sunday after
a few days visit to their aunt, Mrs.
J- E. Cochran at her home in Inman.
South Carolina. Miss Maud Terrell
also spent the first of last week in
Greensboro as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Miles.
Miss Elizabeth Henry, who is at
tending summer school at W. C. T. C,
spent last week-end at home.
Miss Sarah Williams, of Savan
nah, Georgia, arrived Saturday to
fpend two weeks as the guest of Miss
Mrs. S.J. Schulhofer and Miss Rosa
Strause, of Richmond. Virginia, ar
rived this week to spend the sum
mer at the Hotel Waynesville
Vaughn H- Byers, of Canton, was a
visitor in the citv last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Noiand, of Crab
tree, epent Tuesday in town.
Miss Pearl Justice, of Crabtree,
spent Wednesday shopping in Way
H. C. Ledbetter. of Pigeon, was
n ere on business Wednesday. ,
Mrs. Thad Howell, of Jonathan, was
among the visitors in town Wednes
Mr. Richmond Moore returned to
his home in Richmond, Virginia Tues
day after a week's visit to Miss
Adora Holtzclaw at the home of Mrs.
Raleigh Chief Justice 'Walter P.
Stacy of the Supreme Court of North
Carolina has been named by Presi
dent Roosevelt to an impartial board
of three to bring peace to the steel
i industry through arbitration with
labor leaders and employers. Other
members are: Rear Admiral Henry
E. Wiley, retired, and Judge James
Mullenback, of Chicago. The board
met ior the first time Friday in Washington.
MR. AND MRS. PAUL HYATT
ARE PARTY HOSTS
A .-(.cial event this .week which
was charming in every detail wa the
butiet supper and bridge party given
by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hyatt at the
A profusion of mixed garden flow-;-r
added beauty and color to the
lobby and reception rooms and the
dining tables were graced with pret
ty vases of sweet peas and baby's
breath. Supper was served at an at
tractively appointed table and the
guests were seated at small tables in
thf, dining room.
During the evening contract was
played at six tables with high score
prizes going to Mrs. Ralph Prevost
and Mr. Francis Massie. Mrs. Wil
liam Hannah won the consolation gift.
The invited guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Lee Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Barber, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. C M.
Dicus, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bowles
Mr. and Mrs- Frank Hodges, Dr. and
Mrs. S P. Gay, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Prevost, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloan, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Massie, Mr. and
Mrs Wilford Ray, Mr, and Ms.
Lauriston Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Hannah. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Thom
son, of Atlanta, Mrs. Marguerite
Barron, and Mr. Charles Ray.
The term program music li applied
to purely Instrumental worki which
are Intended to reproduce by musical
tones a series of definite Ideas or
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