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THE WAYNESTILLE 1I0CNTAINEES
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23
Fifty Years Ago In 1891
Fifty Years After In 1941
1 W4 S i M,
Vr nl Vn W T -S m-i trin nn thfr 5w)rh innirrur7 aVji in
llhe dining room of their home on Pegion Street. .
Mr. and Mr. W. T. SaeitoQ at the time of their marriage.
Beloved Couple Keep Open
House On 50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mr. W. T. Shriton kept ,r nilh Will Mppt At
open boce on Saturday from 3 to "1U;:1C 1UD " m f1,1 At
5 o'clock a the afternoon and from Home Of Mrs. RlcheSOIl
8 u 10 o'clock in the eveting, m ;
obferrance of their golden wed-!
dir.? anniversary. i
The house was arranged in (pan-'
titles of yellow roses, lillies, and .
other Cowers in golden and yellow (
Mrs. L. M. Ekbeson and Miss
Stephanie Moore win be associate
hostesses of the January meeting
of the Waynesville Music Club
which win be held at the home of
shades, many of them sent in by' thffonnr'
Mrs. Henry Toy, president, will
preside, acd Mrs. J. Dale Stents
wCl hare charge of the program.
ilexico has over 100 licensed
friends. The dining' room was par
ticularlT lovely with the central
table in an dross arrangement of
gold doth on the damatk cover, at
one end a three tier wedding
cake decorated in gold, topped with
a bride and groom and at the other
end a large bowl of yeilow roses. ! -:'
The room was ent: rely lighted by , Mrs. Walter Ferguson returned
yellow tapers j on Sunday from Tryon, where she
Sir. and Mrs. She! ton were mar- , was the guest for the past two
ried on Sunday afternoon, January ' weeks of her daughter, Mrs. B. F.
the 18th, 1891 at the home of the McLeod.
bride's parents, in Helena, S. C. i
Mr. Shelton was in the Indian j Ben Colkitt, Jr., student at Dav
Service for many years, serving as idjori College, will spend the com
stiperir.tendent of several Indian King week-end with his parents, Mr.
Beservations and schools in the ' and Mrs. Ben Colkitt.
west. He returned to WaynesviHe '
in 1315 and has since made his 1 Vinson Fergtison, who has been
home here. ! spending sometime in Canada and
Assisting the hosts on Saturday ! other sections of the country, is vis
in receiving were: Mrs. Chas E. ! jtin relatives on Fines Creek.
Bay. Mrs. Annie Shelton Ander-j
on, of Johnson City, Tenn., and) jfrs. G. X. Henson and son, Bill
Mrs. Ed fchinehart, of A Seville, 1 1 Henson; were the guests over the
U sisters of Mr. Shelton, Mrs. I week-end of the former's mother,
James V. Kalian. Mrs. Eobert'xf. t t Tni
wetw, Jin. i. Lenoir owyn, j&rs.
4. G. Hoggin, Jr, Mrs. Bonner
Bay, Mrs. Howard Hyatt, Mrs.
Leon M. Kfllian left Friday for
Newport News, where he will be
Bosalyn Eav Collins. Mias Harriet i..j :-v. tt. i
Bhinehart, of Asheville. Mrs. Frank cepted a position in the electrical
Khmehart, Miss Tfflie Botha. Miss 1 . vw v
Baiie Botha, Mrs. Dick Reynolds,
of Bristol, Miss Helen Bay. Mrs.
H. B. Atkins, Miss Frances Bay,
Kiss Jane White, Miss Xancv Kil
lUn, Mrs. W. F. Swift. Mrs. W. H.
Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company.:
Marley, Mrs. Kate Morris, Mrs.
John M. Queen, and Mrs. Joe Tate.
Announcing . , .
Mrs. C. J. Reece
Has ju3t returned from a week's buying trip in New
. York, and Beautiful
Spring Ready-To-Wear Is
We invite yoa to come in and see what we have in
. ' , j.
r.lassie's Department Store
a J. Reece, manager.
Mrs. H. P. Brooks
Presents Program '
On Art At Meeting
The Woman's Club held the reg-;
ular January meeting on Thurs-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. ;
John M. Queen. Serving as asso-;
c:ate hostesses with Mrs. Queen .
were : Mrs. W. L. MeCracken, Mrs. j
Jimmie Boyd and Mrs. Robert H. i
Stretcher. Mrs. Felix Stovall. pres
Miss Robena Miller, chairman of
the art department of the dub,
had charge of the program. She
made a brief talk at the dose of I
which she introduced Mrs. H. P.
Brooks, art teacher the junior j
high school, who presented six of 1
her students, all members of the ;
Seilow Cralters aub.
Mrs. Brooks spoke briefly of the
work in art that is being carried
forward in the junior high school
and of the art club, which she spon
sors among the students of the
high school, each one being requir
ed to work in wood, leather, metal
Five students were introduced,
each one telling of their own par
ticular work, and displayed articles
which they had made.
Mary Ann Kunze, exhibited
wooden letter opener, tooled book
ends; Louise Martin, decorated
napkin ring, wooden painted bowls,
boxes and scrap books ; Martha
Webb, metal boxes, and copper
trays ; Doris Colkitt, painted wood
en artides and copper candles
sticks; Martha Mae Wyche, cork
and wooden coasters, belt woven of
macaroni, coin purse and foot stool.
Mrs. George A. Kunze, chairman
of music, presented Mrs. Troy
Wyche, who played "Crescendo,''
by Lasson; and Dr. Edith Ander
son, who sang, "San Toi," by De
Hardlot, and "Song of the Witch
es," by Toogood.
During the business session the
following nominating committee
was appointed: Mrs.. John M.
Queen, chairman, Mrs. G rover C.
Davis, Mrs- W. T. Crawford, and
Mrs. R. X. Barber, v
Mrs. Ruby Brown, Miss Tbelma
Moody and Mrs. John Ashe, of
Whittier, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Whisenhunt on Sunday.
Mrs. Lawrence Leatherwood,
who teaches in the Henderson
Cosnty schools, is spending this
week in Hazel wood with her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wyatt and
family have moved into their new
home on Highway Nos. 19-23.
Mrs. Richard Gerrinrer snent
Thursday and Friday in Spartan
burg, S. C.
G. P. Cochran returned Sunday
to his work at Fort Bragg, after
spending the past week here with
Miss Doris and Miss Iris Saun
ders, of Candler, spent from Sun
day until Tuesday with their father,
R. L. Saunders.
Mrs. Texie Ramsey, of Ashe
ville, spent from Wednesday untO
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Joe Shipley, of Fort Jackson,
spent the week-end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shipley.
Mr. and Mrs. William Chambers,
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ricfc-
eson spent Sunday in Valdese.
Hawood Count' PTA
Council Will Meet In
Court House Saturday
The Haywood County council of
tie PTA wCl meet on Saturday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the law
yer's rooms in the court house, ac
cording to an announcement this
week by Mrs. George A. Kunze,
"Goals" wCl be the topic of the
projrram, which will indude dis
cussions of the year's plans and
reports on work completed.
Mrs. Kunze is urging all com
mittee chairman in the various
county associations to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Massie
Hosts Of Buffet Supper
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Massie
were hosts on Wednesday evening
of a buffet supper at their apart
ment in the String-field residence.
A motif of yellow was observed in
the party appointments.
Following supper several rounds
of bingo and other games were en
joyed. Tom Campbell, Jr., won
the grand prize of the evening.
The guest list induded: Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hyatt, Mrs. Ellen Louise
Kilian Queen, Mr. and Mrs. W, S.
Prevost, Mr. and Mrs. Carleton
E. Weatherby, Mr. and Mrs. James
S. Queen, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Camp
bell, Jr. Bill Ray, and A. W. Col
lins. Mrs. Harry Lee Liner, Jr., and
small daughter, Betty, who have
been guests of relatives in Flor
ence, S. C, for the past two weeks,
returned to their home in Hazel
wood on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prevost, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Prevost and C N
Allen attended the furniture mark
et at High Point a part of last
week and the first of this week, j
WAYNE SVILLE, N. C.
Thursday, Jan. 23
"MAISIE WAS A LADY"
Ane Southern. Robert Yews
Friday, Jan. 24
-ROMANCE OF THE RIO
Caesar Roster. R. Cortes,
Saturday, Jan. 25
"WEST OF ABILLNE"
With Charles Starrett
Late Show 100
With L. Telex, Lcm ErreQ
Sunday, Jan. 26
Clark Gable, Heddy Lassarr
Moo. and Tues, Jan. 27-28
Jeaaaette MacDeaaU, Nelsoa
' Eddy :
Wednesday, Jan. 29
-WHERE DID YOU GET
. Heiea Parrisk, Lmm ErreQ
And Serve Steak Dinner
To Auxiliary Members
The members of the Asaerieaa
Legion were hosts oa Tuesday
evening of a steak sapper is com
pliment to the members of the Le
gion Auxiliary. The affair was
given in the Legion home, with the
men cooking and serving the meal,
the women not going near the
kitchen the entire evening.
Major J. Harden Howell was
master of ceremonies. Guy Mas
sie, Clayton Walker and A.
Bradley told a number of amusing
incidents of their experiences dar
ing the first . World War. Mrs.
Hurst Burgin read an gluminating
essay on "Man."
After the humorous program of
the evening, ' "W. H. F. MHar touch
ed a serious note with his talk on
"How to hep WaynesrCle a
Healthful place in which to live."
He pointed oat ways in which local
health conditions could and should
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell were
extended appreciation of the gift ,
to the Legion home of a picture of j
General Pershir.g. Mrs. Lester
Circles Of Methodist
Church To Meet Tuesday
The circles of the women's so
ciety of Christian Service of the
Methodist church sriQ meet on
Tuesday as follows: circle number
one, with Mrs. Jimmy Boyd at 3:3d
in the afternoon; circle number
two, with Mrs. Grady Boyd at
3:30 in the afternoon; drde num
ber three, with Mrs. Sam String
field and Mrs. Jack Way at the
home of forme? at 3:30 in the af
ternoon; circle member four, with
Mrs. Hugh Massie and Mrs. M. H.
Bowles, at home of the former at
7:30 in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George toong, of
Swaccanoa, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Whisenhunt on Sunday.
Lieutenant James Davis spent
the week-end with his family here.
Lions Club Hold Serai.
Annual Ladies Night Witjj
The members ef the Li c
were hosts at the Hotel GJtW
annual Ladies Kitt. 11
th nnmn fie w4il. i. I
e ce h.
J .L f . w.
ca ue saves irver to f a'jj rj,(
who was assisted by Howard Hj
in the entertainment fea-
Borgin, president, thanked the men
for the courtesy of the evening.
With Miss Nancy KiHian, accom
panisti and Miss Ida Jean Brown,
leader, assembly singing of the
favorite war songs was enjoyed.
Bob Gibson, chaplain, gave the invocation.
There were no set speeche.
the entire evening was ia a hal
oniui itm. x.aco jLjon, itad
his surprise, was asked
qgnunn auuui ius uie, rao;
a boot his romance, the first tin
met his wife and their topic of
versaoon on weir moai dau. k
answers drew both laughter J
At the conclusion of ti en
examination eacn lon was p
sen ted a gift and requirfri to rj
the card attached.
Mr. and Mrs. Hades Prict, ,
Fines Creek, announce the birft.
a daughter on January the lJtl.
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Some Special Values in
Work Shoes by Peters -Endicott
A $2 Shoe 1.79
An assorted groop of 52.00
Shoes from Peters and Bona
ADen. High Grade leather
oppers with coraposittoa
A 40 Shoe 3.79
Sturdy doable sole leather
sole shoe with one piece
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Moccasin toe of a type
especially popular with
banters and lumbermen.
A $3 Shoe 2.69
Choice of two Peters Shoes
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L Black glove Wueher with
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An Overshoe, Work or
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pers. A peach of a shoe.
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In the finest styles you will
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A 2.19 Boot 1.98
Women's Fall Dress Styles HALF Price
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