SEPTEMBER 23, 1937
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
I ocal News Briefs
TTft HOSTESS OF D.
P r CHAPTER MEETING
:tial meeting ui ulc w......
Mhe Dorcas Bell Love chapter
rJ-'1'4' ...k of the American
, was held on Wednesday
Cm with the regent, Mrs. J. F
."rEl, i:..;.,.t rnnm was arranged
i Tne n'"
i ' - fll flowers.
absence of Mrs. J. M. Long.
,E" chiinnan, Mrs. J. Harden
:'"B.fmber of the committee re-
', the vear books were ready
. :u,,ti,m. ana sunm uic
'V'w.iui.l study the colonial his
"''C; rh thirteen original states,
t 0- JK .. .!.. u;......;.. ....
' Ch r.. l'Uiniail, lll.-uiuaii, if-
!!U'aVthe paper written by Mrs.
' giving a complete history
and Hag activities in this
,.v had been permanently filed,
it" rent reported that two new
'1'books hiul been placed in the
'v She al?0 instructed the treas-
i .. .v.... vmainin' five til
Vv the collection 01 tne cnapier.
Abe! Rave a report of the
t'eon given by the district chair
Tvil. A. Beige, of AshevlIIe,
"of the plans of the district meet-
l. discussed on mat occasion.
i.u-ir.ition was read Irom the
.ph JkPowell chapter of Hendor-
ville i -the iiisincr meeting 10 uc
i, the L'Sth. A letter was read
Mrs. Eugene Davis, state regent,
. i . . u i:..i.i.if
1 U''geil aitellli;tin.f txv uit; uiuill
i'iss Quinlan was appointed
isp f'!r the meeting.
p P. Walker had the paper of
.ifMT.oori. She traced the colonial
nrr o: South Carolina irom its
L. tttlement to the American Rev-
Mrs. Kate .Morris reviewed
baring the social hour following
larmr.ent. Mrs. Quinlan poured.
M euc-ts uf the afternoon were:
Ah J lew Moore, of New York
Mrs. Maria, Mitchell and Mrs.
JKunrs. of Oil City, Penn.
!r. anJ" Mrs. Charles Fulford, of
Mi, were tne recent guests ot
lattci's brother and wife, Mr. and
, Hugh Jolly. .
Mrs. A. F. Anderson, of Johnson
Tt'iin,, is visiting her sister,
k Charles F... Kay and her brother,
MARRIAGE OF MISS KATHRYN
BARXETT AXD MR. JOHN
R. HODGES ANNOUNCED
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Kathryn Bar
nett and John Royal Hodges. Jr.,
which was solemnized on September
the 18th at Raleigh.
For her marriage the bride wore an
ensemble of black wool crepe with a
shoulder bouquet of
Hodges is the youngest daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Harnett, of Pine
ville, and for the pas. :ew years has
spent her summers with her sister,
Mrs. George Kun.e, in aynesville.
She is a graduate of the Fast Carolina
Teachers College, and at present is a
member of the Pikeville high school
Mr. Hodges is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. K. Hodges, of Greenville, X. C.
He is also a graduate of the Fast
Carolina Teachers College. He holds
a position with the R. P. Watson To
The couple will reside at Smith-field.
Mrs. W. W. Norman, of Griftin, lia ,
and her sister, Mrs. Perry, of Atlanta,
were the guests last week of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard X. Barber. Jr. Mis.
Barber accompanied her mother home
and will remain in Griffin for several
Miss Catherine Hill left on Friday
for Winston-Salem, where she uiil
resume her studies at Salem Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lee had as their
guest over the week-end Mr. Bill
Chandley, of Baltimore.
Mrs. George Anderson, who has
spent the summer at her home in
Beachwood, X. J., returned to town
on Friday. .-,'.
Mrs. S. T. Xeal left during the
week for Winston-Salem, where she
will visit her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Xeal. From
Winston she will go to Reidsville,
where she will visit her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. Lockwood Sharp, of Canton,
was the guest over the week-end of
Mr, and Mrs. Carroll Bell. ;
Radio's "Andv" With His Bride
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Correll
Here is Charles Correll, "Andy" of the famous radio team
kissed his bride, the former Alyce Mercedes McLaughlin,
following their marriage in Los Angeles
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I uotuler if you were ::s much mi-l'ies--od
as (tie writer liy the u.inian
chi'isen liy J (i.r.ifhy Taylor, of
Brooklyn, who won the .700 "pri.e of
fered by tile Xew York League of
Business and Professional women re
cently . . . tlie prize was given for
the b.'st essay on the -'woman who
h;.d contributed tile most to the devel
opinelit Of Ilk' I'nited Slates. 'from
ISL'o to tive present time." . . . Whom
would you have chosen'?'.
Miss Taylor took the average
American woman . ..'. ".Mrs. jono
... ... . you know her" Miss Taylor
wrote, "Everybody knows her . . .
you' see. her washing dishes, bak
ing pies, playing bridge, 'getting
her young ones olf to school . . or
she may be talking to the grocer,
or soothing an irate husband's
frazzled nerves . . . her name is
Mrs. Jories . . . and she js con
stantly making her contribution,
in every generation . . . to the
United States.' , . .1 doubt if 1
would have been as wise in my
choice as Miss Taylor . . . I am
afraid. I would have been blinded
by fame . . . and searched for niy
selection among; the niches, of the
renown . . . and that I would have
forgotten that often the bravest
are unsung ... . for who after all
has given more to the develop--.'
..merit of America than ".Mrs.
Jones?" . . .
Which reminds nie that for some
time I have been:. -intending to honor;,
in this column a couple for whom I
Cherish great admiration . . . . they
are unpretentious ....... . they have never
sought a place in the sun . . . yet they
have made an outstanding contribu
tion to this arid other communities , .
they are the parents of eight highly
respected children . . , they do not all
live here . . . but -..wherever they call
home . . . they have made desirable
citizens. , . . This father and mother
were not particularly burdened with
material riches . ; , but they had
ambition and knew the art of good
management ... they educated eight
children . . . most of them college
graduates ... and what is more im
portant they gave them the true val
ues of life . . won't you step forward
and join me in honoring Mr, anil -Mrs.
E, P. Martin. , . V.
Mrs. Walter Johnson, of Weaver-
vi.lle, was the guet during the week
of Miss Grace. Crocker.
Mrs. C. M. Dicus has as her guest
this weok her sister, Miss . Anna
Lee Gibbs, of Tryon.
Mrs. B. V. Kuhns, of Oil City, Penn.,
was the guest during the week, of
her cousin, Mrsy. James W. Killian.
Mrs. G. C. Boston has gone to Xew
Bern, where she will spend the next
three months with Mr. Boston, who is
The following niade up a party mo
toring to Greensboro for the game be
tween State and Davidson on Satur
day : Mrs. Josephine Coman Fergu
son, Miss Alice Stringfield, Mr. Sam
Mitchner, Mr. Wayne Cor poning, and
Mr. Newton Cook.
Mrs. Caroline Ashton Hyatt,
Miss Theodosia Flud, and Miss Harte
Oliver attended the meeting on Tues
day night of the Business and Pro
fessional Women's club of Asheville.
Mrs. C. E. Frazier, of Atlanta, who
has of ten visited in Waynesville, and
has many friends here, has arrived to
spend part of the autumn season as a
guest at the Hotel Lef aine. j
Mot of the people in tin'
room were sumnier visitors . . .
a local person (in-akiug I'otiserva
t ion 1 asked ir.e . , . " hat ar'
you going to write about m year
coliiinn t his w o k '.' " . . and the
suggestions begun to come m . . .
from time to tune I have .had to
pass on so many unfavorable com
ments . . . t hat I am happy to tell
you of the following. ... A New
Knglandor from the vicinity of
Boston spoke of the cordiality of
the townspeople . . . how persons
she did not even know . . . spoke
to her and made her feel so much
at home on Mam Street. . , ."Now
if you came to Boston'' . . well I
. .judge your reception would -he. a'
bit (litl'erent . . . . then she told
of "Deck" iii front of the Hotel
Waynesville . . . and his polite
greetings .... and we will all
have to agree with her that Deck
si t a good example for the eii
1 1 e community . ...
Briefs. . . . Mi. George Garret! in
court . . . case "Garrett vs. 'M'cKinley
Filwanls . . . appearing as bis ow;n
witness and his own lawyer . . . the
judge both amused and patient as
I 'nele (icorge presented bis ease . . .
testified . . , and in general "spilled
the beans'' about anyone who carne
to mind . , . . much interest, in local
feminine circles about the rumors
going the rounds about . one uf the
town's eligible bachelors . . . "they
say" he is to be married next month
. . . he -denies nothing and admits
the same . . . . I am afraid the polit
ical fever will burn itself up before
election time. . . . seems a little pre
vious to get "..up so much steam . , .
but then I'm not a politician. . .
j Banker Jim Boyd , . . Sam liushnell
'and George Ball in deep conference , .
riow don't you know the conservation
was worth lending an ear. ... Sorry I
can't pass it on ,: , . I 'was out of bear
ing . . . pr etty near last cail . ., . in
case . . , you haven't seen Criele Will
Shelton's dahlias. .. .
Dr. and Mrs. X. F. Lancaster ror
turned during the week from Rich
mond, V'a., where they visited the lat
ter's parents. Prior to her visit iri
Richmond, Mrs; Lancaster bad spent
sometime in Xew York Citv.
MRS. JOHN' M. l KI.N TO UK
IIOSTKSS OF IR( LK
Mrs. John M.. Queen will be hostess
of Circle ''Number Three of the Wo
man's Missionary Society of the Meth
odist church on Tuesilay afternoon at
-J : 30 o'clock. All members are urged
to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tweed, of West
Asheville, spent several days during
the week with the tatter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James R, Boyd, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Battle, of Bry
son City, spent the week-end in town
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hopple, of St.
Petersburg, who have spent the past
four months here .left during the
week. They have, been Coming to
Waynesville for many seasons.
Miss Rath Guddy returns today
from Salem, N, J., where she has
spent the past two weeks as the guest
of her brother, Mr, Thomas Gaddy.
Mrs. D. O. Plott has retuwied from
Atlanta, where she Was a patient in
the Atlanta General Hospital, fol
lowing an operation.
The good old days were those when
most of the excess wind was used to
turn windmills instead of being used
over the radios.
NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED AT
LEGION AUXILIARY MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary was held
on Tuesday night in the auxiliary
rooms in the Legion home.
Mrs. E. B. Camp, retiring pres. dent,
opened the meeting and read a mes
sage from the national president,
Mrs. l.orena Hahn, after which Mrs.
James Harden Howell, installed the
Those who will serve the group for
the ensuing year are as follows: Pres
ident. Mrs. Hurst Burgin, first vice
president, Mrs. F. B. Camp, second
vice president, Mrs. Guy Massie, sec
retary, Mrs. J. Colvin Brown, treas
urer, Mrs. M. C. Green, chaplain, Mrs.
W. T. Crawford, historian, Mrs. J.
Harden Howell, and sergeant -at-arms,
Miss Ida Jean Brow n.
In behalf of their appreciation of
her services' and splendid work for the
organization. Mrs. I'amp, retiring
president, was presented an auxiliary
past president's pin.
During the joint soc'.a' hoar hel.(
with the Legion, 'Mrs. George Kunze
and Mrs. .1. Colvin Brown served as
MASONS TO MEET
All the Masonic lodges of Haywood
county wi'.l hold a joint communica
tion at the Masonic Temple here on
Wednesday night, September 29th
for a special educational program.
The principal feature of the program
will he an address by Wm. Ritchie
Smith, of Raleigh, on American Citi
zenship. Mr. Smith, who is Grand
Secretary of the York Rite Masonic
Bodies of North Carolina, is a fluent
and interesting speaker and a large
number of Masons from all points in
the county are expected to be present
to hear him.
Duke Of Windsor (lives
Baker Parting Present
Before the Puke and Duchess of
Windsor left Austria last week they
called on Alfred Wiegele, the village
baker who had supplied roll to the
castle of Wasserleonburg. The baker
had frequently played tennis with the
former monarch. As a parting gift
the Duke of Windsor gave Herr
Wiegele a pair of cuff links.
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