SEPTEMBER 16, 1937
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
...vTinRY TO HOLD
,,1-an Legion Auxiliary will
?SSr meeting on Tuesday
tke1.:! out. at 8 p. m., in the
Wi Mrs. E. B. Camp, retir-
i n t will preside. The mstal
.1fl -new officers will be held.
f the evening will be Mrs.
fCn and Mrs. George Kunze.
Thelnia Rollins, daughter of
I lr v. A. Rollins, has gone
-here she will teach
Mrs. R. W. Kinsland, of Clyde,
Route 1, has returned from en ex
tended visit to Mrs. J. L. Williams,
of Woodstown, N. J.
Mrs. Joe Williams and Johnny Ar
wood, of Woodstown, N. J., are visit
ing relatives in the county.
Miss Margaret Coble, who was
formerly the head of New College
Community Center, who has been
tejhing at the University of Georgia,
is spending several days ac N'sw College.
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CITY LIGHT DEPT.
MUs Nell Rollins has returned to
Hickory, where she has resumed her
studies at Lenoir-Rhyne College.
M ' Lion Hyatt loft on Sunday
; for .Vwport News, Va., where he will
spc::.i winter with his father. Mr.
D :i Hyatt..
1' '. K. V. Gudger, who has spent
several weeks here at his home on
Prospect Hill, leaves today for New
York City. Dr. Gudger is assistant
curator of the American Museum of
Mr. Atkins Shackford left during
the week for Vienna. Ga., where he
goes to take up his duties as principal
of the city schools of that place.
Miss Emily Siler left on Tuesday
for Raleigh, where she jroes to resume
her work at Peace Institute.
Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Brahani, of
Roanoke, Va., who have been the
guests of the hitter's mother, Mrs. I.
J. Brown, returned to their home dur
ing the week. They were accompan
ied by Miss Ida Jean Brown, w ho will
visit them for a fortnight.
Mr. James Toy leff on Sunday for
Chapel Hill, where he will enter the
freshman class at the State University.
Mrs. Eleanor Benners and daughter,
Miss Eleanor Benners, of Dallas, Tex.,
were the guests during the week of
their cousins. Miss Robena Miller and
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick.
Mrs. C. C. Francis, Mrs. Annie
Francis, and Mr. Walter Francis re
turned on Sunday from Monroeville
and Atlantic City, N. J., where they
Or. Jimmy Truesdale. who has been
the guest of his parents, has re
turned to Ouke University, where he
is a member of the faculty.
Mrs. J. Frank Hodges and two chil
dren, of Hiwassee Oam, are the quests
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell.
Mr. Arthur Francis left on Mon
day for Wake Forest College, where
he will he a member of the senior
class, Mr. Francis is a ministerial
student. In the absence of the Rev.
H. W. Baucom. pastor, he tilled the
pulpit of the Fust Baptist church on
Sunday, preaching at both services.
Mr. Roy Howell, who lias been the
guest of relatives in the county re
turned to his home in New York City
Mrs. J. V. Wood, of Newport, Tenn.,
; is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. J.
Howell, at lier home on Jonathan
Mrs. Chaa. E. Ray, Jr., of Chapel
Hill, joined Mr. Ray here for a visit
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Erk have re
turned from a brief visit to Charles
ton. Mrs, Margie Blayloek, who has been
visiting relatives in Hickory, returned
to town on Monday.
Mrs. J. T. Bridges spent the week
end in Charlotte with her son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y.
Dr. Robert Woody, of the history
department, of Duke University, wu
the jruest during the week of his
cousin, Mr. William T. Hannah.
Captain Harry Crawford, U. S. A.,
is visiting his mother, Mrs. W. T.
Crawford. From here Captain Craw
ford w ill go to the 80th field artillery,
Fort Des Moines, Iowa, where he has
recently been transferred.
Miss Sarah Hill Hannah, of Wash
ington, 1). C, who formerly resided
here, spent several days during the
past week in town.
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Miss Eileen Massie has gone to
Spartanburg, where she will enter
Converse College. She was accompa
nied by her sister, who is a former
Tit 1 following girls have gone to
Greensboro, where they will attend
the North Carolina College for Wom
en: .Miss Billie Rotha, Miss Thomas
sene St i'ingtield, Miss Abbie Faye
Her.ry and Miss Sara Jane Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Street, of Groen
vilie, S. C, spent the week-end visit
ing the latter's sister, Mrs, James
Haynes, on Pigeon,
M'". and Mrs. Carroll Bell had as
their guests din ing the week Mr. and
Mrs. F, 0. Helvenston and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Tedder,, of 'Live Oak, Fla.
Mrs. I.aura Tyler and. Miss Bonnie
Frank Hankinson, who have spent the
summer here, left Tuesday for their
home in Aiken, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. William Chambers
will leave on Saturday for Philadel
phia, where they will' spend two weeks
as the guests of the former's parents.
Mr. Edwin Rodgers, son of Mrs.
Gilbert Reeves, has returned to the .
i College of Charleston, where he is a
senior. For the past several seasons,)
Mr. Rodgers has served as a coun-
selor at Camp Sapphire. j
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Christy, of Chi
cago, are the guests ot the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Matnev.
Mrs. Christy is the tornier Miss Louise
ON FISHING TRIP
Or. N. M. Med ford, W. T. Rainer.
Congressman Zcbulon Weaver, and W.
L. Hardin spent several davs during
the week at Lake Santeelee. where
they etioyed ttshmg.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McLin. of
Miami, are the guests of the .bitter s
mother, Mrs. E. J. Howell, at her
home on Jonathan ( reek. Mrs. McLin
is the former Miss Opal Howell.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. (ioidon and son,
of Norfolk, a., are visiting the form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther .
Gordon. . '
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