THURSDAY, Al GIST 23. lj:
-;- News Events Of Special Interest To Women
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
BRIDE HONORED WITH SHOWEH
Mrs. Karl Caldwell, the former Miss
N'ina Wright, was given a miscella
neous shower on Tuesday afternoon
by her mother, Mrs. H. L. Wright,
and Miss Helen Medford as associate
hostess, at the home of the former.
TV, liviny room was attractively
arranged in quantities of marigolds
and zinnias in vivid fall colors. 1 ne
afternoon was featured by games,
including several rounds of bingo in
which useful and attractive prizes
were given the winners.
The guest list included, Mrs. Earl
Caldwell, Miss Emelyn Hayncs, Miss
Carolyn Haynes, Mrs. Ed Boone,
Miss Hattie Siler Freeman, Mrs. Carl
Ratcliff, Miss Juanita Massey, Mrs.
Wade Franklin, Mrs. Clinton Keo,
Miss Carmen Plott, Miss Anna Med
ford, Miss Merrill Green.
Mrs. Joe Beveridge, Miss Lenoir
Miller, Miss Nancy Justice, Miss
Stacy Wilhurn, Mrs. Ray Burgin, Miss
Mary Stent., Mrs. Howell Cathey,
Mrs. Winford Phillips, Miss Ninn
Hipps, Miss Helen Hipps, Miss Mary
Davis. Miss Marie Parson, and Mrs.
Miss Martha Johnston, of Winston
Salem, was the guest during the week
for several days of Miss Hilda Way.
Miss Johnston and Miss Way were
classmates last year at Greensboro j
Mr. and Mrs. C. I!. Russell have is
their guest for two weeks the Utter's
niece, Miss Mareollene Thompson, of
M' linfnrd Morrav. of lilvtheville,
Ark., is spending1 a fortnight with her
mother, Mrs. Crews Moody, at her
home in Dellwood. Mr. Murray and
Mr. J- Semmes will join Mrs. Murray
for the week-end.
K 1.- Nolaml, of VV avnesboro, Va.,
is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Otis
Bruno Pfciffer. of Svlvania, Ga.,
is the guest of relatives in the county.
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HOME OF MRS. REEVES
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reeves were
hosts to members of the Friendly
Dozen club and their husbands, of
Canton, at a dinner party on Friday
night at the home of the former's
mother, Mm. Elizabeth Reeves, at
Key rings made by the Carolina
Hill Billies, were presented each guest
as favors. Enjoying the delightful
affair were: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bailey
and guest, Miss Mary McDonald, of
Lumberton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Se
crest and guest, Miss Nellie Secrest,
of Cincinnati, Mrs. Ed Branson, Miss
Vivian Branson, Mr. and Mrs. George
Ti-ostel, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Helder,
Dr. and Mrs. W. C, Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Vetoe, Mr. and Mrs.
R. J, Sprang and ' guest, Mrs. Arje
Koorman, of Grand Haven, Mich.,
Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Wearn, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Geir, Mr. and Mrs. Ott Hamp
ton, and Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Phillips,
all of Canton.
MRS. CHARLIE JOHNSON LEASES
Mrs. Charlie Johnson, of Raleigh,
has leased the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Lindsley on Pigeon street
for the '-coming month. Mrs. John
son has spent sometime in VVaynes
ville and has many friends who will
be interested in her stay here.
Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Kirkpatrick, of
Kents Store, Va., are visiting rela
tives in the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Lebo McElroy, of Lex
ington, Va., are visiting relatives in
Crabtree and Canton.
Miss Babbie Way was the guest of
friends in Asheville during the week.
' Mrs. John H. Byerly, of Atlanta,
is spending sometime here with her
mother, Mrs. Emma Willis, who has
been confined to her bed for several
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ischep, of
Federalsburg, Md., arrived on Mon
day to visit Mr, and Mrs. Homer Plott,
at their country place On the Soco Gap
road. Mrs. Ischer is a sister of Mrs.
Plott. . , '
Mrs. E. B. Camp has returned from
Blacksburg, Va., where she visited
her sister, Mrs. Otto Buekhart.
Miss Theodosia Flud, supervisor of
nursing in the district health depart
ment, has returned after a fortnight's
visit to friends in Fayetteville and
points in Virginia and South Carolina.
She was accompanied home by her
mother , Mrs. E. D. Flud, of Sumter,
S. C, who will make her an extended
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hassell, of
Tuscaloosa, Ala., were the guests last
week of their uncle and cousin, Mr.
James McLean, and son, Robert Mc
miss Mcdowell bride of oc
Mrs. Charles, Harper McDowell has
announced the marriage of her daugh
ter, Marion Bradford to Octave
The wedding was solemnized Mon
day afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
home of the bride's sister, Mrs. J.
Franklin Williams on Avery avenu-'
and was witnessed by members of the
immediate families. The home was
decorated with a profusion of pretty
summer flowers and in the living room
where the vows were spoken pink
gladioli and ferns were used.
Immediately after the wedding Mrs.
McDowell, mother of the bride, who
makes her home with Mrs. Williams,
entertained at a wedding supper in
honor of the biide and bridegroom
and those attending the wedding. The
dining room was decorated with the
bridal motif of white and green and
a beautiful wedding cake was used
as the central decoration of the table.
Following the supper and cutting of
the wedding cake Mr. and Mrs.
Schnurer left by automobile for Nor
folk, Va., where they took a boat for
the New England coast.
The bride is a daughter of Mrs.
McDowell ami the late Dr. McDowell,
of WayuesvMk'. For her wedding she
wore an attractive costume of blue
with matching accessories and a cor-
j sage of valley lilies. She i sa grad
l uate of Women's College of the Uni
J versity of North Carolina where she
j was outstanding in student activities
being a member of the Phi Beta Kappa
and Alpha Kappa Delta societies.
After her graduation she was award
ed a two year fellowship to study at
the University of Pittsburgh for her
masters degree in social work, doing
her field work with the Family So
ciety of Pittsburgh. .
Mr. Schnurer is a graduate of Car
negie '1 ech at Pittsburgh. He is an
engineer in the mam office of Carnegie
Illionis Steel company. lie is also
active in musical circles of Pitts
burgh, serving as secretary ot the
musical society of Pittsburgh.
Mr. and Mrs. Scnurer will make
their home in Pittsburgh after their
Out-of-town guests here lor the
wedding were Miss Anna Schnurer, of
Pittsburgh, sister ot the bridegroom
and Gladstone McDowell, of Raleigh,
brother of the bride. News-Herald.
Mrs. r. c. Chambers honored
ON BIRTHDAY'. ANNIVERSARY-.'
Mrs. R. C. Chambers observed her
fifty-ninth birthday anniversary on
Sunday at noon at her home in Iron
Duff. A picnic lunch was serv
ed on the lawn, after which Mrs.
Chambers was presented with many
beautiful gifts by those in attendance.
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. F. B. Chambers and two children,
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Durden and small
daughter, of Asheville, Mr, and Mrs.
Wayne Medford and seven children,
of Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cham
bers and small son, of Cove Creek,
Mr. and Mrs. G rover-' L. Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Chambers and
two children, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Crawford and two children, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Medford and two children,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chambers and
small son, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bryson,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tate and smail
grandson, Miss Charity Chambers,
Miss Bonnie Lou Chambers, Joe
Chambers, Zeb Chambers, and How
ard Chambers, all of Iron Duff.
HAYWOOD CHAPTER TO HOLD
INITIAL MEETING SOON
The Haywood chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will
hold the initial meeting of the year
1938-39 on Friday afternoon, Sep
tember the second, at the home of
Mrs. W. F. Swift.
Mrs. O. R. Martin will have the
paper, her subject being: "Admiral
Semmes." The president, Mrs. W. L.
McCracken, will preside. All mem
bers are urged to attend this first
Mrs. Mary Hawk, of Taylorsville,
spent the week-end in town with
Miss Helen Coffey, senior and Miss
Miss Ruth Coffey, freshman, left Sun
day for Jefferson City, Tenn., where
they will enter Carson-Newman Col
lege for the fall semester.
Mrs. H. E. Wells, of Clyde, has re
turned home after a visit to friends
and relatives in New Jersey.
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Miss Clara McCall, public health
nurse of Haywood county, spent the
past week in Marion with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. John W. McCall.
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Mr. and Mrs. Carleton E. Weather
by returned Sunday from their wed
ding trip and are at home in the
Mr. Spellman McClure, son og Mr
and Mrs. R. G. McClure, who has
been a patient in the Mercy Hospital
in Charlotte, has returned home In a
much improved condition.
Mark Boone, of Andrews, spent the
past week in town, as the guest of his
mother Mrs. John K. Boone.
STAR GOES SHOPPING
Sporting a hat 30 Inches across
and tripping along on heels three
and one-half inches high, Norma
Shearer was the center of all eyes
when she arrived in New York,
above, to attend the premier of
hfer new picture.
Crocker Pupils To
Give Recital S,nd
Miss Grace M. i,. ... (
present some of tii,- ,.;,.
Waynesville Juiu.., ;
Club in a recital un ..,.,;.,
at 5 o'clock in th- ,
Sunday school buiM;rw
Baptist church. Th. y ZiV
by the W aynesvilW Jur ;,,
Choir and ensemble d;,
lolls of the Federal l.
! Haywood county, ,,i
Crocker is supervise.
me jeeuai promises ti be f
usual interest, Iui the puj,'K
see and hear some ,,f ;hc WVK
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The public and inteiwci f
are cordially invited tn atu::1
Frank Therrell. nf S.Htl, .
has joined his family ui,.,
mering at the ClevevMll apar.iiu-
for a visit.
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