THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1936
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BETTY JANE BRADLEY GIVES
On Saturday afternoon little Miss
Betty Jane Bradley, young daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. B adley. en
tertained a group of friends in ob
servance of he.r tenth birthday anni
versary. The living rooms were arranged in
the Christmas colors, with all appoint
ment being in green and red. After
the guests enjoyed games, ices, cakes
and candies were served.
Among those invited were: Shirley
and Geraldine Oolkitt, Betty Slier,
Meta Dicus. Jeanette Burgin, Anne
English Lioise Martin. Patsv Cwvn,
Ruth V angenfeld, Caroline English,
Norma Jane Burgin. and Jean Ann
CARROLL il.Ol'ISE BELL GIVES
On Monday afternoon little Miss
Carroll Louise Bell assembled a group
of her friends for an afternoon of
games in observance of her birthday
anniversary. She was assisted in re
ceiving and entertaining her guests
by her mother. Mrs. Carroll Bell..
Among those present were: Bettv
Franc w, Patsv Gwyn. Doris Colkitt,
Eugenia Martin. Gladys Walker, Ann
Edmonds. Betty Jean Alley. Martha
Mae v-che. Jane Wyche, Mary Lee
Alley. Kloise Martin, Bobbie Colkitt,
Phil Medford, Billy Davis. Jack
W oithington. and Fred Martin.
WEDDING TAKES PLACE IV
Of interest to friends and relatives
is the announcement by Mr. Frank
Edwards, of the marriage of her
daughter. Miss Mary Edwards, to Mr.
vSherril! Plenunons, which took place
at ( layton. da., on Christinas Dav.
The couple were accompanied by a
group of friends.
The bride is the youngest daughter
of Mrs. Frank Edwards. -She wa ed
ucated in the Waynesville Township
schools, and the Bethel High school.
For her marriage she wore a becom
ing suit of blue wool with harmoniz
The groom is the pon of Mr. and
Mrs. (olvin I'lemmons. f Canton and
ho'ds a -position with the Champion'
After a wed ling trio in the South ;
the young ouple will reside in Canton l
I IILRES ALLEY DANCES T R F
( H AL IN ASHEVII.I.K
Little. There,a. Alley, was fi-atureti '
in a recital given last week jy the -I
Kheinl! Dancing m !:.,.:. whi h was !
given -txk the ; Battery Park Hotel in !
A-heyille. She gave .several numbers,.',
which w.rre iv. eive,! with much an- i
Mrs, -Ei ;ie, L.' Withers. 'Mi-is He.
:er Ann, UVI,: ,-, a::i sir. Eriiest L. '
Rubers, jr., .,,,;. Uu, in
At.anta, with, tlie .f-.uMiu-Vm.iih-.- i
Mis. S. C. Satterthwaite.
Mr- !: .!;,'. Dun i!, u
Kichni.in.l. Calif., '.was
HiVr-ias f hi.
'Mr. A:ki-;. V.VVl whoV ,v
K-mlinir Vait-i.-rvlr IV-.r-i: v v V
guess dnr.ii.--r -:. eh:-:,',,, s vi,; n ;,
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with Mr-.. .. K. Whi"
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We:ir U Looms
1 hr ..pi- iMech in il.riiaml jui
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Aiken (iift Shop
Greetings For The
We w ish to thank our cus-
tomers for their patronage
during the Christmas Sea
son. Chandler & Co.
Phone 19 Church St.
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CHRISTMAS PARTY GIVEN FOR
YOUNG COLLEGE SET
An outstanding affair among the
college girls and bovs was the Christ
m party given 0n Saturday night by
Miss Dollee Marsh, student of the
North Carolina Lniversity for Women,
and Mr. Frederick Marsh, student of
the University of Florida, who jointly
entertained at the home of the latter's
aunt. They were assisted tn receiv
ing by Miss Lois Harrold. aunt of Mr.
Marsh, and Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Marsh,
parents of Miss Marsh.
For the occasion the house was
thrown together and decorated in
Christmas greens. Dancing and
game were enjwyed throughout the
Those invited to attend were: Miss
Martha Way. Miss Sarah Wei. h Miss
Drama Lamnkin. Miss Billy Roiha.
Miss Thomasine String-field. Miss
Jane Stentz, and guests, Miss
Harriett Hardin. Miss Single Hardin,
and Mr. James Preston. Miss Haseltine
Swift. Miss Emi!y Siler. Miss C r
rine Wagenfeld. Misj Josephine Holtz
claw. of Richmond. Va.. Miss Margue
Miss Jane White. Miss Ha-.1 MiiS
sie. Miss Mary Penland McCracken.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stahl. Mr.
Ernest L. Withers. Jr.. Mr. Bobbie
Sloan. Mr. Frank Massie. Mr. J. T.
Russell. Mr. Charles Rallentine. Mr.
Howard Hyatt. Mr. Bill Swift. Mr.
orge Stentz, Mr. Henry Tuttle.
Mr. Bob Wagenfeld. Mr. Fred Davis.
Mr. Bill Ray. Mr. Joe Jack Atkins.
Mr. Mack Davis. Mr. John West Mr.
Robert Lowe, Mr. James Hanlin How
ell, Jr.. Mr. Sydney Truesdale. and Mr.
Ernest Wilson, of Svlva.
MR. AND MRS. L. M. RICHESON
(JIVE DINNER PARTY
On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Richeson entertained with a din
ner party in compliment to the latter'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Evans,
of Pittston. Perm., who have been then
guest., for the past fortnight.
The Christmas motif was noted
throughout the house, as well as in
the appointments and party acces
I series. Following dinner contract was
played, after whicn Christmas game
j were enjoyed. As a closing feature,
gifts foi each guest wc;e distribute !
by Mr. Richeson from a tree in the
The guest list included. Mr. and Mrs.
R. I.. IVvost. Mr", and Mrs. Ernest J.
Hyatt, Mr. and Mis. Jerry Colkitt,
1 Mrs. .., P. Dicus. Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Bradley.; Mr. and Mrs. .. ; Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. JutT, Dr. and Mrs.
R. Stuart Robe son. and Mr. and Mrs
E. (". Wagefifel-I.
Mr. an 1 M s. 1;; -, p. ,..-, ,
left i.ii Saturday for Griffin, Ga.., where
hey vil' visit Shi ia-tc V pan .-.'
Mi:. air! Mrs. . V. Vrmari.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson. . of
FJaVgh. were the guests during
'"hrr'n-a- of the former's mother,
'Mis. M.ur-av Ferguson, at he- home
-" :h-,T..:hvoo, i;,,lU,
Mr'. I':;; r,,!,i, ;;
i "ar.. i-'s Mr.,:- , Mrs. v. ,;,.,
"i i iB.rmw Dav, '
V.ii;::n had a. hi-y
Vn ainl two small
'la sin iK Christmas
. -isler and
G':. I. a;
:.-.:''.'".h'.-i... Mr! aV V. -.
''" -ir binv iif-Aslievil'I
(Sloan. Jr., who is with
'he 'ate Hj'tfhway Pa'tr-.l, with head- i-i:n-j-y
in Wil-ainu-fon. . sn.mt . the j'
!.'h)-istmas halidnvs W'th his fa-t.i.i- j
Mr. Itii-h J. Sloan. :.'.' ".
FOR COMING EEK
M lei i.-e ( lieviillier mill All Star Cnxf
'THE IiELOED GHONI)"
V l one ami 1.. Ijin.li in
"THE MAI) HOLIDAY"
lojin ISennett anil ( arv (.runt In
"THE WEDDING PRESENT'
Dirk Koran (Hie SinKini; (:owImv) in
Jack Holt anil Kivelyn ma hie In
"NORTH OF 0ME"
MONDAY and TUESDAY
Jai-k lii-nnv, Hums & All in
'THE BIG BROADCAST OF
Itohhv llrwii and Mav Itbson In
"RAINBOW ON THE RIVER'
ADMISSION 10c and 25c
MRS. T. L.
Awarded $1,600,000 Alimony!
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One of the largest alimony awards on record went to Mrs. Emily
Milliken Lambert, daughter of the late multi-millionaire chemist.
John T. Milliken, when she received a divorce settlement of $1,600.
000 rrom her husband, J. D. Lambert, wealthy drug manufacturer.
Her decree, obtained in a St. Louis court, was awarded on grounds
of mental cruelty and was uncontested. She also won custody of
their two minor children.
i MRS. T. TROY WYCHE .GIVES FATHER HOWARD V. LANE HON
I CHRISTM AS TEA OUS COLL KG K GROl P
Due of the delightful aitair- of til. Honoring the: girls and boys who
week was the Christmas tea given oil .spending the Chiistmas ho'idays
I 1 uesdiiy auc.iuion .j ' .iu.-. i. in.,, j with their rarents. Father Howard V.
Wyche, The lower il or of the resi- ,;inc cnteitained with a tea on Tues
dence was thrown en suite, and lighted , jay afternoon at his home adjoin-
by numerous red tapers in silver i j,,,- :. John's Cathoiic chapel-..'.
j li'-l'l'', : with ; the ( hnstmas motif I Th 1ivin Voom!i 'W01 col.rfu!!y
.il.rti.-d tn ait lh...afrttiigV.eni,, , . . I u,:,u;( : in iiUant :t.ies of holly and
j The tea table was covered with a poinsettas, with the Christmas colors
liandsoine la e cloth, centered with a , j),.in:r . u -ed in all th.e appointments "of
i sliver bowl of red berrieg and sii- .servin".
veied foiiaue with . silver ' li.d.Us '. ' pj.v,..,,,, r rM Slr.a- num
M-a.n,g reu . .ai.e s on .either si a, h ., M,n,il.,.,,, by Mr. and Mrs.
. Miss Hester Anne Withers poured, .;v; n,i..,. .'rest-ni. witli several vocal
ami .Miss Li. is Harrold and -Miss Ml
V iilaid LindU'V .. a.-sisted--'in serving
Around forty t.ier.-L-.ji
Mi-;s Kat'i.t i ine Hill-, who iss attend- ' .
iilfT 'no Salem Aiai a-aiy, of i insjon- .J - -, r ; !" !i' Ai'ey, Mr. !'. K.
Saii-m. in i pai atoi y io..Sal.m (.'ula j'V, ,(,-,, Mr. Ha ( - A ! h-y. ' a i:;i
i i..-s--ti!j';i!f.ChilstrtUi..."nc-.id-.i;. . W; ,, , A 'a y. - s;a-nl t lie vi-k-en i jr..
her maa'taa. .u i . -5i r i ;a' ,v- i; i;alla. S. ('.. .-where .the fai-na-
I'iH.'ni;.-'. aa :..dii-. na S-iiidav.
and -Mrs. Clari-:-- M,-:-.,-;- r,;:..:. M .-, A. Wilfaid Rav a:ai a pa
e.i iai Mni-iav ' i i a : ,.:;:f.'i. wi;e. i- , J' -iere. won.- among t Si.ve -"iH
they v..:.;,d the iattr-r's iiioth.-r. Mrs-, j Tuesihry i Ashevilh-.
Ma.::!. a !:' ( ni-os, aiai hi-i- '-..-u ;-. -o;-.!
.1. M. Caidtteli. ' j M ... . '. Davi-- !;a i a- he: .
' '" -'ion ( 'hnstiivas hi f- -: :. , Mr-.
' .M r. .1 a i ne,- A. ti. -Davey i--i't ..in Tu..-i-.i Mau t;.-'.;. -:0!' . 'a-hiaKt an. ! . 'C
!ay for F.-i.t I'io' ai-. Flu... Whore hi: her '. ly other-, Ml:; -J, I., Kliio't
will join M if;.. D-a ey'. wha- is -seeiiainir MKun. Italy. 11 r, Klliolt is lt
son;el,aii- wilii her. moth-:;1, ,.ii:i;ia'ier .for- the Pahit-live t
theii- hi-a-io aut'M'rs ::; Milan. :
Mr. and Mrs. Ma !; Mesi. k ;i!t -t eiaiiitq: oaiietime in . (Vreenvil
little' ilaiurhtei. '..'f Wtn-t ..Sa .-m. ''- 'l! ' Mi.inf, F'.a. o'.ar.s
visitv.,. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. I'avi- dar- Haly the first of Februa
ihtf t'hn.-tituis week. I
I Mr. and Mis. Dewey Nolan,
" M r: ilul'l. ; Ti-ifrine rn-tsy -tel,-: -Mv.-I.iiwsini
Muinmerrow. who are now lo
cated in Newport News, Va., spent
the Chrit!iKU holidays with their par
ents Mr. and. Mrs. (r. C. Mimmerrow.
Mi, H U P.aucnm Mi- 1 lith
Tvner Haueom. Miss.- Mildred -Craw-lord,
and Mi.-s Lillian Odum returned
on Tuesilav from a two weeks; motor
trip through h Ionda. They went
down the F.ast coast and. .returned rby
wav of the Ve.st coast. On Christ
mas Dav they atten.led the proirram
?iven at the Rok Tower, near Ijake
$5.00 Value .
We Wish AU Our Patrons A
Happy and Prosperous New
Ruth Craig, Mgr. Phone 306
- i el :oik :-y
!vits, eand-ied fn
ml rlvvivat' we'-e
a. f ro;-;T a t : v attr
the guests of the former's .-mother,'
at her Home near Lake Junaluska.
Mr. and Mi. William Chambers
have as their (ruests at their home
on the Balsam Koad. the latter's sis
ters. Miss Mary r ranees Sturkey. Miss
Marron Sturkev. and Mrc. Wessie
Hut and youny; dauirhter. Caroline.
Hitt, all of McCormk'k, S. C.
w 9 n I
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haynes - have-returned-
from a motor trip through
Miss Mary Stringfield left on Sun
day for New ork City, where she
will spend thi week with friends.
Mr. and Mi's. Ben Sloan and young i
daughter, Linda String-field, spent the
nuii uAi;,in.,. u .:.u n !
. in istuia iiuiiuaa iitr.e Willi vir-
and; Mrs.. S. H. Bushncll.
Miss Mary Wood, of Elizabethton,
Tenn., was the guest the . ifirst of
the week of her grandmother Mrs.
John N. Shoolbred. She left yester
day for Asheville, where she will visit
Miss Caroline Ward.
Mr. F. A. Burgin, Mis Margaret
Bsrgin, Miss Ruth Burgin, and Mr
Ray Burgin, left last Saturday for
Bender, Ga., where they are visiting
1 the tormers daughter, Mrs. James
i Mr. Sam Quantz left on Monday for
his home in Burlington, after spend
ing the Christmas holidays as the
guest of Miss Mary Ashworth Barber,
Mrs. George Semmes and young
nephews, Jean and Sonny Howell, of
Jacksonville, Fla., are spending the
Christmas holidays with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ray
THE BARRS HONORED WITH DIN
On Saturday evening Mrs. Ernest
J. Hyatt, Mrs. S. T. Neal, and Mrs.
Sydia Ray entertained at the home
of the latter, with a beautifully ap
pointed dinner party as a .courtesy to
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barr and their
daughter. Miss Genevieve Barr, of
.Winnebago. Minn., wh0 spent Christ
mas with them.
The house wa3 elaborately decorat
ed in Christmas greens, and lighted
with red candles. The guests were
seated at two long tables, which were
centered with crystal bowls filled with
red roses. At intervals were placed
holders with red tapers. Miniature
Christmas tree,; were attached to each
following dinner the guests enjoyed
several progressions of contract. Af
ter the cards were put away, Mr.
Jimmy Neal distributed from a gaily
iighted Christmas tree, gifts to euvh
guest. Each gift represented some
hobby or weakness of the recipient,
and to each one was attached a clever
Those present were: Mr. E. J.
Hyatt, Miss Margaret Hyatt, Miss
Elizabeth Ray. Miss Mary Ray, Miss
Margaret Rav, Mr. Jimmy Neal, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Barr, Miss Genevieve
Barr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Trotter,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McCracken have
as their guests Miss Grace Pfeiffer,
Miss - Mildred Brinson. and Mr. Carl
Hagan. ot lylvania. Ga.
Mr. Wade kirkpatrick. who i lo
cated here, spent the Christmas holi
days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Kirkpatrick. at their home at
Kents Store. V a.
Miss Genevieve Barr. who is teach
ing in W innebago. Minn., has been vis
iting her parent!. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Barr, during the Christmas holidays.
Rev. H. W , Bauinm upent several
davs in the ea.stern part of the state
during last Week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Massie had as
their guests on ( hnstmas Day the
latter's aunt, Miss Anne Kerr and
Miss ( orne Kerr, of Ashevule.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kirkpatrick and
two small children, of Greenville, were
'.he guests during the week of the
formers father. Dr. W. L. KirKpat
rick. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus H. .Blackwell
and M'-s. F. H, Marlev have returned
from Lenoir, where they spoilt the
Christmas holidays with relatives.
'Dr. aril Mrs, S. P. Gay left vn
Friday for a visit to relatives in New- :
port, Tenn. :'!
, n-l A FTFR r IT I? T STM A S I
Coats - Dresses - Hats
vf'tl ' ; imiesses- i a AC 1
I f sl DRESSES, indudinff Peter
Jj r&sZtil 'V IMn. Reduced nr 8
llVEl EN Ein 1 HING PRICED TO MOVE
vJhV A T O.N.C E V " :
" ; 'X Six Coats
: -: ; wMk- 4 At SID
IM 2 r-."0!;, $12.95
lf All jW' V
Half Price "s
Our New Spring Lines are Arriving Daily Including
Prints and Suits. Drop in and See Them.
The Fashion Shoppe
MRS. JACK MESSER, Owner.
MAIN STREET WAYNESVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, of
Maggie, announce the birth of a son,
on December the 21st.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES M. LONG
LEAVES ON TRIP FOR FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Long left
on Wednesday morning for a trip of
several weeks to various points in
GR EETINGS !
Sore (there is a Santa
Claus - - - but better than any
gift he brings are the friend
ships I enjoy. As I ponder
them at this season of Hap
piness, I am refreshed with
Memory's Album presents
you to view.
So, I pause to wish you at
Christmas and all during the
M O V N T A I N J OE
BurginV Dept Store
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