THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1934
THE WAYNESYILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. Hilda Way Gwyn, Editor
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C. E. RAY'S SONS
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f WOMAN'S CLUB HOLD i FIRST
MEETING Or' FALL i
' The initial fail meeting of the (
W . iron's club which .va; he:..: Thurs-;
i day afternoon at :he home of the pres-i
; iiicn: Mrs. G rover C. Davis, was j
! marKcti wit.n Keen interest ana anuc-i
; ipatiorj for the coming year's work.
' During the business session plans;
weie formulated for the activities of.
the various departments and com-1
. ;1;; . A'cs.
The president appointed Mrs. John
j M. Queen. Mrs. Drayton Perry, and
j Mrs. J. H. Howe!! as a committee on
' transportion for the district met
i ng to be held the last of the month
I in Murphy. Mrs- H. . Baucom Va
I appointed as the delegate to repre
I sent the ciub and all members wr:
I urged to attend.
! The following chairmen gave in
teresting reports of accomplishments
; ' of. their work in the past year and of
the p!an ior tne next few months:
Art, Miss Robina Miller; civics. Mrs.
! ( . F. Kii'Kpatrick ; education. Miss
! Daisy Boyd ; literature, Mrs. H. W.
Baucom; music, Mrs. Horace Keener;
public welfare. Mrs. Hbimtr Henry;
garden. Mrs-. T- L. Brmlett; citizenship-
'Mrs- John M. Queer,, and Amer
ican kvme by Mrs. Helen Matthew.
Mr.'. Horace Keener, chairman of
music, presented the following pro
: gram: violin solo by little Miss
; Gladys Walker, a-companied by Miss
! Grce Cr'X'kcr ; viurt s-jiv by M:
' Margaret Stri-ngrield ; ..'ava'.ier Rusti
eana" by Macagr.e. accumpanied by
! Mrs. Horace Keener.
F'r the ...ccasior. Mr-. D.-.vis usea a
..olor effect of 'yellow and white which
! was 'r.'vtcd sr. all detaiU. The houe
was thfvwn en suite and vaSes of
yellow and white rlowers were j.laced
at Poirrts of vantage. She was as
sisted :n- living by 'Mrs. S. P. Gay
and Mi; T. L B.'amlett. Special
gue.-ts "f tnt. afternoon were: Mrs,
Grant Lowe- Mrs. Arthur Shuihofer,
I and Mrs. Paul Walker. .
.MISS MARY ANN MASSIE CEL
Mrs. Hugh Massie entertained with
"a lawn party on Wednesday afternoon
in observance : of the fourth - birthday
'anniversary of her young daughter.
Mary Ann. A color note of pink and.
white marked alb the party appoint
ments. A large .Jack Horner pie
with favor.- dear to chibiren was cut
with; appropriate ceremony. . Mr,-.
Mas.-:e w;:s as-i.-ted in entertaining
I the guests by Miss Emily Siler and
Mis.. Martha Way. The youthful
! honor guest was the recipient' of
' many lovely gifts.
. T ':-.,. guest list included: Betsy and
o Paul Hardin, Bet--v Sile.o Jean Anil
i Bradley, Geraldir.e 1 Colkitt, Barker
. Gay Biltie Sue Francis, Jackie Loin
i Bobby Hardiir 1'atsy Dillenger. Joe
Huweil. Doris Clk:tl, Bettv Francis,
j Patsy T.iavi.s, Carol Louise Bell Wal-
ter Taliaferro, George Stovali, Bar
; bai'a Ann ar.d. Sonny Boyd. Nancy
IJor.es. Theres,.; Alley, John and Jean
Hodges, David O'Brien. Betsy Han
nah. Jean Roth.i, Jack and Zeb Alley,
Jean and Martha May Wyche, Eu
genia Bo. inc. .Marguerite Way. Thom
a.s Ray, ,.nd Bobbie .Massie.
business and professional
women's club holds
The Business and Professional
Women's I'lub held a reguL.r month
ly. -meeting on Monday night. Septem
ber 24th at the Hotel LeFaine. The
meeting wa.s opened in the dining
room of the LeFaine with a delicioue
four course dinner, followed by a
business session. The matter of a
suitable club room was discussed and
the following committee appointed:
Mr.s. Millie Harbin, Miss Louise Frye
Miss. Edna MePay, who will look
after a location and furnishings.
The following committee Was ap
pointed to perfect plans for. program
and banquet on October 27th, when
aM clubs of the district will be en
tertained in Wavnesville: Miss Ila
Green, Mrs. Hedwig Love, Mr.
Bonnie Haynes. and Miss Elsie Davis.
A number of new members: were elect,
ed to membership in the club and
with interest manifested the club is
looking forward to . a splendid year's
Present' members of the -club are:
Mrs. . Doyle Alley,: president. Mlss
Edna McKay, vice president, . Miss
Louise Frye, secretary. Mi.s Ila
Green, treasurer Mrs. .Hilda Gwvn
Mrs- Hedkig Love- -Mrs Millie Har
bin, tf; Edwin Haynes, Miss Louise
Moody,. Miss Elsie Davis,. Mrs. Ruth
Regular meetings . will be held
monthly or. the fourth Monday night.
LUNCHFOX HONORS MRS
CHRLE- TILLITT, JR
On S ednesday a beautiful, appoin
ed luncheon was given at Mrs. Har
din's tea room in honor of Mrs Charles
C Tillett. cf Charlotte, vice chair
man, of the Democratic. Executive
Committee of North Carolina, . Mrs,
Tillett spent the day in town attend
ing an : executive meef ng of the
eleventh district. ' . ..
The table was centered, by a. bowl
of late summer flowers in a variety of,
vivid shades.. . Place cards . designat
ed the following guests: Mrs. W. A.
Hyatt, .Mrs. Dovle Alley. Mrs. R. R.
Campbell, Mrs. Ruth Williams Rotha,
.Mrs. Caroline Asnton Hvatt, Mrs
James M. Gudger. of AsheviUe, Miss
Margaret! Stnngfield, Mrs. JChester
Cogburn. of Canton, and Mrs, Giles
Cover, and Miss Leuna Tatham, of
Mrs. 0. J. Storev, of Chicago, ar
rived during the week and will spend
sometime as the guest cf her sister,
Mrs. E. B. Camp. Mrs. Storey has
been tne guest of Mrs. Camp on other
occasions and has a number of friends
who v'ill be. interested in her return
v ..-it . ;n
DORCAS BELL LOVE CHAPTER
D. A. R. HOLDS MEETING
.as Bel! L
il fall meeting of the Del
ve Chanter of the DaUgh-
ters or ;r.e .-vmerican rievoiuiion was
held .. n Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. cL.ver neton and Mrs. Jere
L'avis as joint hostesses at the home
of the latter, with the regent. .Mrs.
J Harden Howell, presiding. A large
number we:v in attendance and the
new , vear was
rte i with interest ,
The program committee, consisting
..! frs. J F. Abe! cnairman, Mr?.
E B. lamp, and Mrs. J. W Seaver,
presented the year books and outlined
the plans for the year. The chapter
will study certain phases of the Na
tional work of the D. A. R as given in
the Magazine which will fumihanze
the members with all details of the
policies and aims of the organization.
Mrs. Howell read a letter from the
a-e Reger' M . H Belk, whi h
gave in full account the plans she
h- red to cany out during the coming
year. The librarian announced that
she ha! recently placed two more
hr.eage book in tne aynesv.Ue Li
brary. An invitation was read from
the Wrightstiil Avery Chapter of
Brevard to the 'members to attend the
District meeting to be held with their
member.- on September: 27th. Mrs.
J V . St aver was elected a.s a delegate j
and Miss Margaret ' Henderson w j
appointed as a page-
A letter was real from M
btrt Morris, distrist director.
:he member- to attend
ing. An invitation "n
'the Mecklenburg Chapter
lotto t-. a recent in n Septeir
If.th in K.r.or ..f Mr-. W. H. Belk
commuication from the Cros-
ea.i in wmcn g.reit
expressed for a re-
t. the school sent
Business w.:.- laid
e at tnt;'- time and the chapter
.ted several minute.- to a memo,
to Mrs. Anna Mcintosh Bevilie.
beloved and loyal member of the
chapter, who had pa.-sed away since
the last meeting,
Mrs, John N. Shoolbred had charge
of the irograni of the afterno.m. She
gave a most illuminating account of
the 42nd Continental Congress with
on the- imnortant actions
taken regaroiiig the pressing needs of
th,, country today with the great 're
sponsibility 'that rests with the mem
bers of the D A R Mrs. H. B..
Seiie.-t lead the .President. General's
mt-s.-age which urged, a study of the
('.institution of the United States by
Following adjournment a ' social
hour w.;'-' enjoyeil by the members,
Special guests of the afternoon were
Mrs. John M, Queem Mr.-. Elmer Mc -
Clure. and Miss Mildred Marshal! -
of Miami. The Regent announced
tnat trie r.et meeting wouj.i o
with Mrs. Harry Marshall a
of Mis. S;.m Strintttield.
F-ORMER MEMBER OF
SCHOOL FACULTY WEDS
The following from the Asheville
Times will be of interest to friends
in Waynesville as .Mr, Smathers
taught in the high school here:
Mr. and Mis. Robert Hoyle Smath
ers have arrived in Asheville from a
short wedding trip to take tip resi
lience on w estowr tirive, .uonuorci
Hills. Mrs Smathers was formerly
Miss Katherin.e Lewis, Cf Dallas, N.
C., and her marriage to Mr- Smathers
took place last Thursday .afternoon at
her home in Dallas- Mr. Smathers
is a brother of Mr. J. Bat Smathers
and is associated with him in the law
firm of Smathers and : Smathers in
the Jackson building-
The ceremony was performed by
the grooms brother, tne Rev. M. T.
Smathers, pastor of the Broad Street
Methpdist church of Statesville. at
the home of the bride's parents. Mr,
and Mrs. R. S Lewis, in Dallas.
The bride was educated at the
Woman's college pf the University of
North Carolina at Greensboro and
since her graduation has been teach
ing in Dallas and Charlotte schools.
Mr. Smathers is the son of . Dr. and
Mrs. H- A. Smathers, of Canton, and
was graduated from Duke University.
He taught school for several years
prior to completing his law course.
Attending the marriage from Ashe,
ville were: Miss Lois Smathers and
Mr. and Mrs. James E- Smathers, and
Mr. and Mrs. L. B Carpenter. At-
erl nr f-om ( ar' n were Dr H
smathers, father, and .Mrs. M. K
Smathers, sister- and Mr. Roy Smath
ers. brother of the bridegroom.
The many friends of Mrs. y .: L.
Kirkpatrick will be glad to learn that
she has returned to her home during
the week from the Haywood County
Hospital where ' she : has been a pa
tient for the past fourteen months.
While Mrs- Kirkpatrick will still
be confined to her bed she is much
Mr Lee Ferguson, of Jonathan's
Creek, made a visit to aynesvill
during the week.
Mrs- Charles Terrell, of Bethel
spent Saturday town shopping.
Mrs J J. Burnev, of Wilmington.'
, wiio has spent the past month. as the
i guest oi ner sisiei- ,n. . . -.s .
! at her home in Belle Meade, returned
! to her home on Sunday,
! Mr Humes Harte. who is the head
cf -e French Department of -the
Western Carolina leacners couege ai
Cullowhee, spent the week-end -with
his family- v 1
M- and Mrs. Ernest L Winers
have as their guests this week Mr.-.
E J. Coppedce and Miss C aronna
Lucas, of Atlanta.
MUSK' CLUB HOLDS MEETING
UN SATURDAY j
Tre V lies , ...tr .'las. r...(
its rir.-t meeting ui tr.e ' - 4" ' r
urdav afternoon Septem:-t-r tr.e
with' Mrs. Fred Mart.r. and M;ss
Frances Robeson as i o : r. t e.s--e s a.
the bme of the former
Hugh A Love, the prtsi
A discussion ot tr.c pro
wnl soon t.e given oa
M R 'e-
The course of study promises to be
both interesting and instructive.
During the business se.-sien pians
were formulated for the organization
of a Junior Music Club with Miss
Margaret Strmgneld ar.u V ss Giaee
Crocker as joint cour-seior.-. I- a
decided to have the Junior Club take
part in the contest given by the North
Carolina Federation of Music Cluos
and have their own meetings
which will be inr.ounced later. They
will stu.ly the comDO.-er whose birth
day occurs in the month of their meet
ing and the progam will also include
writers ami trie musi
cians of the oirtnoay rr.or.tn-
The following prograi
by some .f the juniors of
groups for the. senior ciu;
ing on Saturday. They
pii. of Miss Maigaret
at the meet-
Allegro." by MoHa:
' Peasant Dance "
Gladvs Walker. 'T..
Tenney "Wing Foo,'" ry
Betty Burgin, "Viennese
fair. ;.v I Andertor. ':',
Ciruen, : y M.-.r
nee an.; Pre!
Aniulig thos-; atte-i.,:
Fair at the Cherokee Rest
ing tne week wer,. .M;-.s Mary Kiiii
patrick. Mr; -James R Bov.i Jr., Mr.
David Hyatt. Mr. Neu Fergus..::. Mi
Wilda Crawford, and Mi'. Whitner
Mrs. A Iton Kirkp.-.tri
er Miss Mary Mock.
the gue.-'t of her' mot he
Muck and her si.-ur
.Mock, was joined over' the week
by Mr. Kirkpatrick and .they' retu
on Monday to their home in: Shell
Mr. Bill Shoolbred and Mr. J
Siler motored, to the Chci'okee Reservation.-
and :-.ttende! the Indian
Fair the opening day,
Mis.- Loekie Carlisle.
1 viile, S. C'., was the week-ei
!. Mr. .a'nd Mr. T. L- Brum
; Carlisle is a niece of the 1
ite Bell.' ot v llniingtoj:, .. i. .. ar
ived Saturday and are gae-t-s otvMi.-s
Jessie Heiren an. i Mr- Uiciie Foy.:
.U; uiiina .U-c(.racKe.n ot
Hill S. C, spent the Week-ell
guest of her grandparent.
Mrs, Torn'. M-assie, at tiiei
Miss Mary New who h..s spent the
past few weeks in Waynesville as the
guest of her parents. Rev. and Mrsi
Albert-New, has returned to her home
in New York City.
Mr. James Atkins has returned
from Chapel Hill where he spent
several days with his family who are
spending the winter there.
Mr. George Moore, , of Charlotte,
spent the week-end as the guest of
Mr. John Branner Shackfoiil at the
horn,, ot Mr. James Atkins
Mr. George Ward, prominent at
torney, of Asheville. spent several
day in town on business during th
Mr. Fred Ferguson is speriding a
fortnight in New York City,
Mrs. George. .Smathers and Mrs.
Earl MofRt. of Asheville, were the
guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. Satterthwait..
Mr. D. H. Ple-s, of Cr-oso. spent
i Wedrt-dav n town on nu.--e-s
Dr. and Mrs. X.. F-; Laneaster had
as their guests during the week. Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Bazemore, of- Hope
M- Ben Y gh' it Wm-e Oik,
spent Wednesday in town on busi
ness.' Mrs J. Wilford Ray and Mrs.
William Hannah spent Tuesday in
'.' ' .'
Mr G Baiow cf U te Oak.
made a business trip to Y aynesville
. - .
Mrs. Will Muellersham. of Durham,
the former Miss Mattie Maxwell, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. M. Max-
well in Hazelwood. o
Mr, and Mrs.. V. C.. Nobeck have
as their guests Mrs. D. R. Shearer,
of Johnson Citv, Tennessee, the sis
ter of the- latter, and Mr. Charles No
bect, of Los Angeles. California, the
brother .of the former,
Mr. and Mrs. B. G- Kuhne. and
daughter,: Miss Ann, an.dMiss Dor
othy Tucker, cf Akrcr.. Ohio, are
visiting relatives in W nvnesvilie.
Mrs. Kuhne is tne former M:s Acd-e
Newt. n. vhb. V, mi.nv frieti, is and
lelatives m tn.s secion.
We.'e t.'le PU
i -- l-irace
Be rule, by
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: McCrackeii, I
g the Ir.-T.an 1 1 T
iS, tire .tylim-'H
hu has- iA-t-n , I
, Mr.-, J. M.ll
Miss Ma.tha il
Mi- Marga-- V.Z5?3
d as the I
Mr. arid I
home oil I
i IMMUNITY CLUB TO HOLD
Tre riis: meeting of the fall ot 'he,
' r:rJn:tv Club wii. be held on Mon-1
av'afternvor. O.'.ober the 1st. at 3,
:,. ..iub -ooms on .wain
'C"h C. Wilbum will address the
. ". "' '-T-, , . . --.,,.1... f..,n.o:n;
cluij or. l ne ore-: .-miw -'"
National Park." Hostesses ot tne
a''er-or. w'l be Mrs. Grayden C
Feritu.-or.'- Mrs. R. 0. Martin. Mrs.
M C Green, ana .Vr?. R. R. Camp
Mrs C. M. Dic'i- and Mrs. James
R. Thomas spent Friday in Asheville.
Mr. Carlisle Harley, of Knoxville,
was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. J,
Howell Way, on Monday.
Mrs. M. H. Bowles, who has been
visiting in Irwinton. Ga.. and Daytona
Beach. Fl.-.., for the past several
weeks returned to her home on Sunday.
C. E. RAY'S SONS
, ARE COMING-
-,tS , I
gUest Ot, I .
Palmolive Soap .3 for 14c
Palmolive Beads . . . .3 for 14c
Super Suds 3 for 23c
Giant Octagon Soap and Powder
6 for 23c
Octagon Scouring Cleanser 3 for 14c
Octagon Toilet Soap . . . . . .6 for 25c
Sterling Health Soap,
3 for 14c V
Mr. Forshaw. Pepitesentative, The Colgate, Polmodive,
Teet Company Will Assist Saturday to Make This
A Real Sudsy Sale.
School Children - - Attention
Keep Your Shoes Smiling With
"Bixby" Jet Oil 2 for 23c
Polishing makes the shoe last longer
AT OUR MARKET
Juicv Tender Meats Beef You Can
C. E. Ray's Sons
" The Home Of Good Foods"
Among those in town during the
- eek was Mr. R. L. Penland, of Clyde.
Mr. Adolf Pricken, who has had
charge of the Balsam Springs Hotel
during the past season, left for his;
heme in Hawthorne. Fla.. on Wed
nesday. Mr. Pricken will have the
management of a winter hotel ia
Florida during the coming seaosn.
Mrs. Ed Stietcher who has been the
gues 'of her sister, Mrs. Robert H.
Stretcher, for the past three months,
returned on yesterday to her home in
Mr and Mrs. A- D. Dixon, of Knox
ville, have taken an apartment in
the Kirkpatrick Apartment house and
expect to make Waynesville their per
Mr Frank P. Coroett advisor of
the boys at the Cherokee Indian Res
ervation, was the week-end guest of
Mr- Charles E. Ray, Jr.
i i Aiill I
2 for 23c