AUGUST 25, 1938
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEEIJ
Gets National Recognition
Massie's Department Store
Coats for Fall
Each coat a real investment in value and chic. The box coat,
with the proud high shoulders and slim lines. A good Camel's
Hair that will last for years because its lines are classic and the
fabric i.s Iuscricusly thick and wearable. The stunning black
.dress .coat with a deep pouch collar or a plain stitched one. Also
coats along this line in all the new fall shades including
The Town Suit in smart wool is something J
you could wear shopping, but take off the jacket J
and there's the most formal blouse of intricately
ALSO SUITS IN
WINE -:- GREEN -:- RUST -:- BLUE -:- BLACK
With Fur Collars and Plain in a Variety of Styles and Prices
$5.95 to $29.50
OUTSTANDING STYLES WILL BE FOUND IN THE NEW LINE OF
Dresses for Early
Smart Matelasse witih the skirt fullness achieved through
Mello-Suedes in all the high shades, with the tailored
look that only Wellesley Mode can give.
Black Velvets in a variety of styles trimmed in dainty
lace and self covered buttons.
Half-size for the youthful Stout, in styles you will like,
and material that will give service.
$3.95 to $16.75
The Crown Dobby Hat
Caq?X ROLLER SNAP BRIM
J? ,n .Mass by themselves and they're
now ,n our Millinery Department.
The Dol Hat
War' litUe affair that only youth dares
tapvt1e''hat trend3, trims and colors, in a
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Specially Priced For You
$1 to $3.95
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Newspapers in the largest citios in the oast have carried pictures of
Roy Moseman, and his seeing-eye dog, Sallie. I'hoto hy Sheri iU's Studio
Pictures Of Roy Moseman And His
Dog "Sallie" (Jet Wide Circulation
Local Blind Man's
lures Appear In Some Of
Nations Leading Papers
Vtiion iic- OK;AN recital to be given
tonight pi Hue invited
Pictures of Roy Moscmail and his
seeing-eye" doj', Sallie, have been
published far and wide, since Mr.
Sharpe of the department of conser
vation and development was here early
in July making action pictuies of the
Waynesvillc blind man and his doe-.
The pictures have been published
in Huston, VVashiiiKton, Haltiiimre,
New York, Cincinnati, and other
northern papers. Several of North
Carolina's lending papers have carried
the group of pictures.
There were .seventeen pictures made
of Mr, Moseman delivering newspa
pers, and being le) and directed bv
Sallie. One of the pictures showed the
dog picking up money that had been
dropped during the sale of a paper;
another leading him across a crowded
street, and his regular routine of
entering and leaving places of busi
ness on Main street.
Mr. Moseman and the dog walk
about five, miles a day, and do not
always confine their route along I
paved streets and .sidewalks. I
Several weeks ago, in company witn '
a group, they took a mountain hike, I
going over rough steep trails. The I
dog and her niaster leached the top
of the mountain first, ami were the i
first to get back to the parked car. i
While Mr. Moseman attend to his'
duties at his confection shop and!
newsstand, the dog remains under the I
counter, and one Would never know
j The Business and Professional
Women's Circle of the Presbyterian
church will present in an organ recital
at the church on Main street at 8
o'clock tonight. Mis. Klizabcth de
I.aet, who will be assisted by Mrs.
Marguerite Spurloek, contralto.
Mrs. de I.aet is a well known or
ganist, who has been an artist of
note for several years. She has
held important positions in Virginia,
(ieoigia and North Carolina, and has
studied under concert organists in
Richmond and New York.
Mrs. Spurloek has a rich contralto
voice and received her voice training
under Pierre ('ozine, of the Albion
Conservatory of Music, of Albion,
The public is cordially invited to
attend, with a special invitation ex
tended to all the summer visitors.
Mr, and Mrs. Gilmer I.ealherwood
and three daughters, of Greenville, S.I
('., are spending a fortnight with rel
atives and friends in the county. Mr.
I.eatherwood is a former resident of
MLss Charlotte Chustinc, . of Rat
cliff Cove, is visiting Miss Ruth Ed
wards, at her home on Route 1.
Mrs. Robert Fry and young son,
Robert Fry, Jr., of Murphy, are visit
ing the former's mother, Mrs. Gar
rett Reeves, at her home at I.ak
there except when money
HINTS I'OIt HOUSEWIVES
A short tjme ago, while going along
... .-,VFI H'j, a isote to lorn Sawyer: Surfaces to
gave a suauen growl, m a minute a b(, whitewashed should first be well
,?nu Passea A"-' cleaned and freed of any particles
Moseman believes thjif ih.. mun t,...i ' . , . ... , ... ..' .
.. . , r t.nai mignt scale on. kud witn a
- milk ana was any swinging .t pass-: syjff brush or broonu Whitewash
o '"- "Nit, am wiiuiu not nave; adheres to
narmeu mem, out the dog was ready
to protect her master in the event the
man would have attempted an at
The publication of the pictures of
the two working 'jgctii.-r has brought
Mr. Moseman several letters from
other blind people, all asking ques
tions about the dog and his work.
Mr. Moseman says that the dog has
made one or two blunders, all of
which were his fault for not giving
proper directions. Never has she
led him in or near a danger spot.
The two travel at the rate of a
mile in twelve to fifteen minutes.
W hile Roy is totally blind, he keeps
up with the events of the day, and
readily discusses any topic that might
be brought up.
The easiest one for him to dis
cuss, is what he thinks of his dog
and the very fact that Sallie looks
after him so well, proves she is re
turning this affection. .
moist surfaces better than
it does to dry ones. So sponge off
the area to be whitewashed with cold
Let the dirt around a potted plant
come within half an inch of the .top
of the pot. Then fill the pot with
water every day for the average house
plant. If you have unusual plants,
ask your florist about the amount
of water they need.
Miss- Ruth Edwards, of Waynes
ville, Route 1, who was accompanied
by Miss Eunav Hawkins, of Ashe
ville, has returned from a two week's
vacation spent in Ohio, where for the
greater part of the time she was the
guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Edwards, of Lorain. Oth
er points visited by Miss Edwards
were Columbus, Cleveland, Cincin
nati, Akron, Canton, Youngstown and
The popular song', "After The Ball,"
sold around 3,000,000 copies.
Do you want something especially
tasty for picnics around the camp
fire? Broil or brown thin slices of
ham. Dip each slice in a shallow dish
of chili sauce mixed with seasoning
and place it inside a split roll. Be sure
there are plenty of pickles handy.
To facilitate the removal of frozen
food from refrigerator trays line each
tray with waxed paper before filling
it. When the food is frozen, lift it
out by the edges of the paper. The
paper may be torn off easily.
Cocktail tidbit: Make one-inch
cheese-rice croquettes. Fry them in
deep fat. While they are piping hot
stick them on wooden picks and ar
range them as the outside layer of a
tray of assorted canapes.
Next to getting a man to go
work, is to get him to get down
work after he gets there.
The number of folks who figure
your car is a public utility, is always
Mr. anil .Mrs. James W. Spummers
had as their guests over the week
end at their cabin at Lake Santeetlah,
Mr. and Mrs. (ins Leach and two chil
dren, of Franklin.
1 Prof, and Mrs. K. J. Robeson have
as their guests for a fortnight, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Norwood Robeson and
children, Norwood, Jr.. Sallie and
Linton Robeson, and Edward Robeson,
the .'ird, son of Ma. and Mrs. E. J.
Robeson, Jr., all of Newport News.
J. C. Brown and Tom Rainer are
spending several days this week at
Lake Santeetlah, where they are fish
ing. Mrs. Mary Gill Smith, .superinte
ndent of the Waynesville Sanatorium,
has as her guest during the week,
Miss Florence Daniels, of Greenville,
Mrs. Hull Withers has returned to
her home in Memphis, after visiting
her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R, P.
MOTOR TO HIGH HAMPTON FOR
'Hhe following party motored to
High Hampton on Friday and were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Linden McKee,
Airs. Ed W. Pou, wife of the late
Congressman Pou, Mrs. Charles E.
Ray, Mrs. Bonner Ray and ('has. E.
Mrs. A. J. Rose and Miss Myrtle
Rose have gone to their home in
Miami, after spending .sometime here
at their home on the Adger House
road. They have leased their place
here to Mr. and Mrs. Lowly Wall, of
Dr. and Mrs. Kelley Elmore and
three children, of Mussle Shoals,
Ala., have nrived to spend several
days at Lake Junaluska. Mrs. Elmore
is the former Miss Isabolle McDowell,
daughter of Mrs. McDowell and the
late Dr. C. H. McDowell. She has
many friends here who will be inter
ested in her visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Herman have as
their guest this week the hitter's cous
in, .Miss Mabel Little, of Hickory.
Mrs. Horace Frost,, of Elizabeth
to, Tenn., is spending this week witn
her sister, Mrs. John N. Shoolbred.
ROSEMARY HERMAN HONORS
On Monday evening Ifrisenmry
Herman, young daughter of Mr. atid
Mrs. E. K. Herman, entertained a
group of her friends with a weiner
roast as a courtesy to Mary, Jane ami
Dorothy Trigg, young daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Trigg, of Miami and
The roast was held in Thomas Park
after which games were enioved.
The guest list included, in addition
to the honor guests, Jane Dudley
Francis, Lois Massie, Eugenia Martin,
Patsy Gwyn, Louise Martin, Anne
Edwards, and Jane Wyche.
CHILDREN OBSERVE FATHER'S
Mark L. Hoglen, of Cove Creek,
was given a surprise dinner on his
68th birthday anniversary last Sun
day. The family gathered at one cen
tral point and went in a body to the
home on Cove Creek at noon. A
picnic lunch was served on the lawn.
Those present were: Mrs. Nina
Burgess, Mrs. Mattie Yarborough, Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. White, Jack White, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Russell, Mr. and Mrs.
R. II. White, Blanche White, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. W'illiams, Bob Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Teague, Mrs. Manda
Dock Russell, Jarvis Teague, Jack
Teague, Mrs. Lizzy McEIroy, Mary
Ruth Messer, James Messer, Mae
Smith, Juanita Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Teague and children, Edith
and Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Tahnadge
Hoglen and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Howell and children, Oscar,
Fannie and Claire, Mr. and Mrs. Hu
bert Hoglen and children, Virgil, Earl,
Mark, Collier, and Betty Jean. '
YOUTHFUL HOSTS GIVE BIRTH
Sue Garner and Master ReevoK
Carner were hosts on Monday after
noon with a nartv for their cousin.
Jack Howard, who was celebrating
his fifth birthday anniversary.
The guest list included. Jack How
ard, Betty McEIroy,, Ruth Goodson,
VV mired Liner. Howard Liner. Fran
ces Emma Yates, Mary Anne Liner,
Johnny Mae Allison, Frankie Jean
Wilson, Mary Charles Leatherwood,
Stanley Underwood, Dorothy Gaddis.1
Helen btanlev. Robert Frv. Jr.. Sue
Stamey, Eugene Leatherwood, Anna
Kutn (.aroer. Nancv Gallienne. Anna
Jo Miller, James Gilliland, Jean Gal
Miss Fannie Pearl Gaddv has re
turned to town after Spending the
past two weeks in Inman, S. C, as the
guest of Miss Sara Jane Stone.
Miss Elizabeth Foster, of Cantnn.
is spending a fortnight with her
nephew and niece, Mr, and Mrs. T.