-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1937
THE W AYN ESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
4SD MBS. LONG GIVE SUP
.. otv FOR REV. AND
a delightful affair of the week
" the buffet supper on Thursday
Tmr.g P'ven by Mr. and Mrs. J, M.
f,rr in compliment to the Rev. and
H. Huprgin, Jr., the former the
ntjy appointed pastor of the
r"t Methodist church.
The party was given in the dining
V.t' the Waynesville Country
n., which was decorated in the
iorul Christmas combination of
rd a'nJ trreen, with red candles used
on the tables.
The pui'st list for the evening was
s; follows: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
jja;;.ie and guest, Mrs. C. L. Dickson,
jhe forim r Miss Elizabeth Boone, Mr.
r(j Mi. E. L. Withers, Mr. and
jr5. J. W. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Hoell. and Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bush-nell.
very word means a lot to a fel
ler who gives it a mite of
thought. Most of us just take
our lessing fer granted, and
never stop to remember the
source of 'em.
'Course its nice to take one
day off every year to give
(hanks fer everything, but I'm
feelin' that we could do better
by givin' thanks everyday.
Now it is my job to try and
get business for the Burgin
Boys, but on a day like this,
I'm. side steppin' and saying,
many blessings on Thanksgiv
our blessinss fer granted, and
jest sit down and think of yer
is the folks I write fer.
MRS. JACK MESSER GIVES PAR
TY IN HONOR OF HUSBAND
On Thursday evenintr Mrs. Jack
Messer entertained with a surprise
party honoriing her husband on the
occasion of his birthday anniversary.
A motif of pink and white was ob
served in all the appointments and
The guests enjoyed several pro
gressions of contract. When the
scores were totaled it was found that
-Mrs. Johnnie Ferguson held the high
among the women and Mr. Grayden
Ferguson was the top winner among
the men. Mr. Messer was the re
cipient of many attractive remem
brances of the day. Mrs. Wallace
Ward, recent bride, was also pre
sented a gift.
Those making up the tables were:
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Walker, Mr.
and Mrs. Grayden Ferguson, Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Ward, Mr. and Mrs.
Johnnie Ferguson, Miss Eula Pat
terson, Miss Marie Plott, and Mr.
Hob Caldwell. The hostess was as
sisted by Miss Carmen Plott.
MISS THEODOSIA FLIT) HONORS
DISTRICT HEALTH NURSES
On Friday at noon Miss Theodosia
Klud, supervisor of nurses in the
health department of which Haywood
county is a part, entertained with a
luncheon honoring the county nurses,
in the department.
The affair was given at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, with
whom Miss Flud resides. The table
was centered with a bowl of yellow
chrysanthemums, with blue tapers
flanking the arrangement of flowers.
The favors were small dolls dressed
m the uniform of a public health
Those present for the affair were:
Miss Harte Oliver, nurse for Hay
wood county, Miss Margaret Squires,
of Cherokee Reservation, Mrs. Lil
lyan Clapp, of Jackson county, Miss
Josephine Dixon, of Macon county,
Airs Doris Hicks, of Swain county,
and M iss Edith Bunstan, of Tran
During the morning and the af
ternoon a conference of the group
with Dr. C. N. Sisk and Dr. Chas.
Padgett, health officers was held, at
which time plans for the coming
year's work Were outlined.
MRS. WILLIAM T. HANNAH HOS
TESS TO SULGRAVE CLUB
A recreational meeting of the Sul
grave club was held on Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. William T.
Hannah as hostess. Contract was en
joyed during the afternoon, followed
by a brief business session.
Mrs. Rufus L. Allen, president, an
nounced that Mrs. E, C. Wagenfeld
would be in charge of the program
for the next literary meeting, and she
would review "Frontiers of the
mind," by Rhine. Invitations to
prospective members were discussed.
The following made up the tables
for contract: Mrs. N. F. Lancaster,
Mrs. James Summers, Mrs. J. A.
Miller, Mrs. C. M. Dicus, Mrs. Rufus
L. Allen, and Mrs. E. C. Wagenfeld.
Special guests of the afternoon were:
Mrs. Milliard Atkins and Mrs. Jack
Mr, and Mrs Jim Massie had. as
their guests over the week-end Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Fisher, of Charlotte.
In a nice assortment of both
Flannel and Broadcloth
Outing or broadcloth . . . . . v -$1 UP
FOR THE OLD-FASHIONED
Nightshirts in either flannel or broadcloth.
KEEP THEM IN MIND FOR CHRISTMAS
c. e. lis SONS
MRS. HUGH MASSIE GIVES
LUNCCHEON ON SATURDAY
Mrs. Hugh Massie entertained with
a luncheon on Saturday as a cour
tesy to her mother, Mrs. John K.
Boone. The occasion marked the
birthday anniversary of the honor
The residence was arranged in yel
low chrysanthemums with the
Thanksgiving motif used in all the
appointments. The luncheon taDie
was centered with an arrancement of
chrysanthemums on a crystal plaque
The places were designated by favors
in the form of turkey boxes filled with
The guest list included the follow
ing: Mrs. Emma Willis, of Waynes
ville and Atlanta, Mrs. H. L. Mac
Fayden, Mrs. H. G. West, Mrs. F. E.
Alley, and her mother, Mrs. Margaret
Hayes, Mrs. B. F. Smathers, Mrs. R.
Q. MeCraeken, Mrs. E. J. Robeson.
Mrs. Charles E. Rav. Mrs.tT. N.
Massie, Mrs. P. L. Turbytill, Mrs.
Rufus H. Blackwell, Mrs. W. T. Lee,
Mrs. J. Howell Way, and Miss Anne
Kerr and Miss Corrie Kerr, of Ashe- ,
ville, sisters of the honor guest,
The hostess was assisted in receiv
ing the guests by her sister, Mrs.
Rufus Siler and Mrs. C. U Dickson,
the latter of Durham, who is visiting
Mrs. Boone is the daughter of the
late Rev. aind Mrs, William Kerr.
The former was one of the leading
ministers of the Methodist Holston
Conference, of which, at one time, the
Western North Carolina Conference
was a part.
She is the widow of the late John
K. Boone, and she and her family
have been prominently identified
with the social, religious and civic
affairs of the town for more than a
half century. She is admired by a
large circle of friends and the in
fluence of her Christian life is greatly
felt in the community.
Mrs. Boone was the recipient of
many lovely gifts from friends and
family locally and from a distance.
Mr. A. C. Black and daughter. Miss
Diana Black, have gone to Charlotte
to visit the former's dauirhtor Mrs
Jake Newell. ! rom Charlofd. th.v
will go to Sarasota, Fla., where they
will spend the winter. Miss Hlue'k
will have a position in Sarasota.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Withers and
daughter, Miss Hester Ann Withers,
have gone to Atlanta',. where they will
spend the Thanksgiving holidays with
Mrs. S. C. Satterthwait.
Mrs. George Coble, who has been in
Charlotte or some time with her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Coble, left last week for Glen
dale, Calif, where she will spend the
winter with her daughter, Mrs. Hob
Sullivan. She was accompanied by her
daughter-in-Jaw, Mrs. Scott Coble.
Mrs. Walton Willett and her daugh
ter, Miss Margaret Willett, of Green
ville, S. C, were the guests during the
week of the former's uncle, Mr. D.
Mrs. Fannie Cabe Parker arrived
from Charlotte during the week and
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Cabe, before going to Tampa, Fla.,
where she will spend the winter with
her sister, Mrs. George Roberts.'.
Mrs. Charles E. Quinlari has gone
to Raleigh, where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. Christopher C. Crit
tenden, the former Miss Janet Quin-lan.
In Death Battle .
ABOUT TURKEY DRESSING"-.
Of course, you can plan a deli
cious Thanksgiving menu without tur
key; but when it is chosen, the meal
is certain to come up to expectations
of what this glorious feast should
be. Choose the bird with care and
roast it according to the following di
rections, if you want to be original,
vary the stuffing. There are 'many
types from which to choose several
! re given below;
Dress, singe and wash the turkey,
wipe it carefully inside and out and
stuff with your favorite dressing.
Spread the bird generously with but
ter and sprinkle with salt and pep
per. Place the turkey on its back in
the roasting pan. Roast in a moder
ate oven until tender allowing from
I 18 to 25 minutes to the pound ac
cording to the age of the fowl. Baste
i with cup of butter melted in 4 cup
boiling water. Continue basing every
15 minutes with fat in the pan. Af
ter the bird has roasted lor one hour
on its back, place on its breast to
finish roasting, turning from side to
j side to brown evenly.
III i ,w
- ' I
t Dr. A. S. Calhoun
Deaths of more than 40 from ef
fects of a new liquid drug, elixir
of sulfanlmalide. has spurred an
intensive campaign by medical
authorities to recover 700 bottliw
of the drug still unaccounted for..
Meanwhile at Mt. Olive, Miss., Dr.,
A. S. Calhoun, who unwittlngto,
administered the medicine to
eral patients, is fighting W cbA
- - its ravages. ,
CELERY, OLIVE AND BRAZIL
2 cups shelled toasted peanuts.
'i cup chopped olives, drained.
5 cups Holt bread crumbs.
1 M teaspoons salt.
1 teaspoon poultry seasoning.
1 teaspoon grated onion.
U teaspoon paprika.
i teaspoon pepper.
(i tablespoons melted shortening.
cup chopped Brazil nuts.
1 cup hot water, or stock.
Mix all ingredients and blend thor
oughly. Dry inside -of turkey and
stuff. This amount is sufficient for a
2 cups shelled toasted peaniuts.
2 cups milk.
(i dozen crackers, toasted and finely
crushed (H'a cups.)
4 tablespoons melted shortening.
2 egg yolks. :
1 teaspoon salt.
2 teaspoons popper.
Blend ingredients and pack lightly
inside the eurkey.
The Duke of Windsor : doesn't like
r the newspapers to call hia duchess
Wall",": anil we wonder whether
American reporters can break the
The United States has paid a total
' of about $35,000,000 in ransom for
! American captives. This ransom or
tribute money was pa!3 to the A1-;
serine pirates of the Barbary states
on the north coast of Africa In the first
decade of the American Republic's ex
istence. Annual payments ceased only
after the United States fought and
won the Barbary States war, In which
such famous commanders as Commo
dores Decatur, Rodger s and Barron
SAGE AND ONION STUFFING
2-:! cup fat.
cup chopped onions.
U quarts soft bread crumbs.
t teaspoon pepper.
1 tablespoon sage,
2 tablespoons chopped parsley.
1 tablespoon salt
Cook onion in hot fat until almost
tender. Add soft bread crumbs mixed
with seasonings and cook until bread
is thoroughly heated anid well mixed
with onions. . . 1 .
. K to 10 cups stale bread.
Broth to moisten.
V2 teaspoon thyme.
teaspoon poultry seasoning.
V-i cup celery, cut tine.
Turkey liver rubbed to a paste.
',2 cup melted butter.
' 2 'eggs,,-'
Moisten bread slightly. Add other
ingredients. Add beaten eggs and
butter last. Stuff turkey;
cups dry bread Crumbs.
1 cup chopped celery.
1 cups chopped parsley.
1 small onion, chopped.
1 teaspoon salt.
Dash red pepper.
Saute onion and celery in butter 2
minutes. Add other ingredients mix
well and pack into bird. (For Ht
From the crowds that gather ono
intent, think there, was -a law ajfuinut.
watching a dog fight. ..
CARD OF THANKS
IN BEHALF of the local chapter of
the F. F. A. I wish to thank the
business firms of Waynesville and
Hazelwood, for the prizes they
so generously contributed to the
recent fair. J. C. Brown,
TO LEARN WHY taste
wise New York consumes more
Ruppert's than any other brand
... just try it!
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LARD, 8 lb. carton 85c
CI HI TD KH tall, 21 lbs. .... 75c
F LUUIV Yukon's Best . ... $1.10
rnEEFF Fresh Ground, 2 lbs. 25c
VUrrEiL Koyal Arms, 1 lb. tin 29c
BAKERS CHOCOLATE, 1-2 lb. . 19c
Aunt Jemima Pan Cake Flour, 2 for 25c
COCOA, 1-2 lb. Hershcy's 10c
LOG CABIN SYRUP . . 23c
Tomato Juice . .... .2 for 15c
Tomato Soup ... . . .2 for 15c
Pork & Beans . . ... .2 for 15c
Silver Nip (irapc Fruit V nf
IITIprC No. 2 can Z for ZOC
J J ivJLilJ I'ils Pineapple f tyrj
No. 2 can ......... . . 4 for t i Q,
FRESH COCONUTS . . . .2 for 15c
LETTUCE, large head . . . . . .2 for 15c
CELERY, large stalk ... . 10c
DAT A Tfil. Q Sweet, 10 lbs. ... . . . 25c
rUlrllUEJ iry,, 10 lbs. ... , . ..19c
The Thanksgiving Season
Its the Reason of- Thanksgiving, 'and truly we should
be giving thanks this season. Here in Haywood we have
had a good year. Crops of all kinds have been good.
Prospects for the future are bright.
Those associated with Hay's Store are appreciative
of your business.- We are appreciative of your friend
liness. In response we try to show our appreciation in
a practical way by giving you, day by day, the best
values, the best merchandise, the best service we pos
, j We honestly believe that those who trade with us
consistently, live better and live cheaper.
We Are Thankful and we Thank You
C. E. RAY'S SOWS
TME FOOD STOKE