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' Mrs. J. Harden Howell
Given Taper At u. V. u.
Meeting On Friday
Mm. J. Haitian Howtdl, had the
fcawir of tin afternoon at tha Fab
ruary iniHitlnir of tha Haywood
chapter of tha Unltod Daughter of
tha Confmhiincy, which was held on
Friday afternoon with Mr. H. N
Tha aubJoct undor study waa
'Mlaalaalpul, lt Chief Horo, Jof
furaon Davla." Mia. llowoll gave
many Inttiroallng facia In the Ufa
of tho proaldont of tha Conrodor
oy, both before and during tho
War llotwoon tha Hlntea.
Ml Hohona Miller, historian,
irave a report of tho annunl orator
leal content htild at tha high acho
In which -Charles (iaddls, wua tho
winner-of tha gold modal, Virgil
llogan, tlio allver dollar, and Doyla
Alloy .received honorable, mention
All tho hoy a contoating ware pre
anted Confederate flaira.
Mix Millar abm presented tha
inotnbora with tho now year hooka,
iilie received a rUlngi vote of thanks
tot tha service.
A dlNi'OHshm of tho foaalblllty of
tha chapter sponsoring "Gone with
tha Wind" was hold. John M,
Queen and Mis. Jimmy Hoyd were
appointed to take the matter up
with J. K. Massla.
Mra, L. M. KUHan atated that the
Iapera for Mrs. W. A. Bradley for
membership In tha chapter had been
ant to headquarters.
8avaral renewals of subscription
for tho Confederate bulletin were
received during the afternoon.
lira. Noble Garrett, -president.
presided, A em-lid hour followed
Woman's Club Will
Hold February Meeting
At Home Of Mrs. Hannah
The February meeting1 of the Wo
man's Club will be held on next
Thursday, the StUh, at the home of
Mrs, William Hannah. Serving
with Mrs. Hannah as associate
hoatessea will be Mrs. White Mease,
Mra. W, G. Francis, and Mrs. U, N.
Itarber, Jr., The members are ask
ed to assemble promptly at S
Thomas M. Seawoll spent the
aet'k end In Atlanta on business.
Mrs, W. L. Lampkin Gives
Party For Granddaughter
Mrs. W. L. Lampkin entertained
with a party at her home on Welch
street on Saturday afternoon In
honor of tha sixth birthday anni
versary of her granuuaugnter,
Donna Jo (juovn, young daughter
of Mr, and Mra, liuddy Queen, of
Newport Nows, Va.
Tho valuntinu motif waa used
throughout the appointments,
Gumos featured tho afternoon.
Tho guost list lncludod Judy Rob
erts, Jlnrhara Jean Potts, Mary
Crouscr, Nancy Francis, Hetty
Felmet, Judy Harrell, Sandra Sue
Caldwell, Nancy O'Neal Under
wood, Anne Green, Steve and Hoy
Hlm kwell, Teddy and Hobby Puree!!
ii ml Johnny Edwards.
I Veil wood Home Club
Holds Meeting Thursday
At Methodist Church
Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
county home agent, waa tha prin-
Ipiil speaker at tha February moot-
ng of tho Dellwood homo demon
stration club, which waa held on
Thursday at tho Dellwood Motho-
Miss Smith addressed tha group
on 'Thinning a -..Wardrobe." She
outlined the goinl polnta In plan
ning ahead before buying for the
Others taking jwrt on tho pro
gram Included: rvporta by the fol
lowing project lenders: home beau-
tltlcaUon by Mrs. Wilbur Whlddoir,
oods, Mra. Ketnorj poultry, Mrs.
Waddell; garden, Mrs. Hugh Al
lison; library, Mrs. C. 0. Newell.
In the Hag contest which was
held, Mrs. Cruise Moody canto out
tho winner. Hoatessea of the af
ternoon were Mra. Wilbur Whiddon
and Mw, Amos Moody.
Mrs. Kunze Will Talk At
take Junaluska PTA Meet
Mrs. George A; Kume, president
of the Haywood county council of
PTA, w ill be- the guest ; speaker
at the minting of the Lake Juna
luska 1TA, Which will be held to
night in the school auditorium. A
Founder'a Day program will be
propatvd. ' . ;
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Rector And Wife
Married Last Thursday
MKS. WILLIAM KILE Y PALMER, who before
her inarriago on last Thursday, was Miss Alda
Louiso Wilson, of Fairviow.
William Riley Palmer Weds
Miss Alda Louise Wilson
Girls, Auxiliary Of
Baptist Church Meets
With Grace Wilburn
The Girls Auxiliary of the First
Haptlst Church met with Miss Grace
Wilburn at tho home of her par
ents on Monduy evening. Miss
Jane Dudley Francis was in charge
of the program, 'with -Merrill Given,
president, proskiiw. Mrs. II. li.
ilnmmett, adult leader of the aux
iliary, was also present.
Others among the 17 members
present weres Patsy Hurgin, Meta
Dicus, Kuby Frances ' Brown, Hetty t
Of Interest throughout the coun
ty was the marriHge of Miss Alda
Louise Wilson, daughter of Mr.
and Mra. Laxton Wilson, of Fair
view, to William Riley Palmer, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Glbnn Palmer, of
i rabtree, which took place on
i huisdny afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the Central Methodist church,
The Rev. T. A. Groce officiated
in the presence of members of both
families and close friends, using
the ring ceremony. The altar was
arranged in greenery and floor
baskets of snapdragana.
Miss Ruth Gladden, accompanied
Joe Noland, Patsy Shehan, Virginia I by Mrs. Roy L. Trent, presented a
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art bctttr than vf
AND VK CAN SHOW YOU A LOVELY GROUP
Archer Silk Hose
SI. 00 up
Other Silk Hose, regularly 49f up
Featuring Special This Week
First quality I Silk, &4hrWU
wit .vl rxl t. S;s SH
lit cs ssosr rcc
C. E. RAY'S SnS
Jackson, Ciladys Walker, Betty
Bradley, Anne Edmunds, Susie
Shehan, Jeanette Burgin, Carroll
Boll, Ruth Bradley, and Mary Joe
Two Young Hostesses
Give Valentine Party
Vivian Watkins and Jean Rot ha
entertained a group of their young
friends wrth a valentine party on
Friday evening at the home of the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
The house was :decorntod..ih. tvvl
hearts and the valentine motif was
observed in all the irty appoint
ments. Pancing and games fea
tured the evening.
The guest list included: Nancy
Jones, Oeraldine Colkitt , Bette
Hannah, Dothy Martel. Jackie
Sue Messer, Theresa Alley, Mary
Ann Massie, Barbara Ann Boyd,
Mary Able Osborne. Carolyn Coop
er, KHaabetk.An.ti Watkins. Virgin
ia Nave and Laura Woody.
Also Parker Gay, Tonvmt Ray,
Bobbie Hanlin, Johnnie MacAUi
son, Hallet Wanl. Jr Walter Tal
iaferro, Jackie Coin, Tommie Boyd,
Nip and Tuck Ray, and Pan Wat
Miss Geneva Messer, of Valviose,
sjnt Sunday with Miss Lillian
Mrs. Joe Howell had as her
ruests over the wk-nd, M rs.
John Weaver, of AshevUle, and
Mra.. Jessie Swwr, of New York
City. She also had with her
over Sunday her sister, Mrs. Thel
ro Pawkins, of Marion.
Miss Enxlyn Haynes, who is at
terntitig Western Carolina Teacher
ColWge, will spend the wek-ed
with her mother, Mrs. Claud C
Hajnea, at PaVista Terrace, where
the Utter is spending the winter.
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Major J. Harden HovreU attend
J the Weetern Carolina Fvstma
ten' district enferenca, which waa
VeKl in AshevilW e StuTviy
nifht. ' ' ':-. v
Mr, a V. Hamrick. a V. Ham.
rvk. Jr, and SVp HamrWk. t
SSelVv. came Ssuvlay fwr a visit
with Mr. and Mrs, Paal Pares.
' - :
Sergeant Mack K. Rofciasoa 'and
SVrgBt Jm Robinoaw whe ar
ikv ta training at Frt Jacko,
i & C spent O wwk-ad wit Mrs.
1 VL F. Kobiao and faaaSjr.
! Mr. and Mra. Wkiteaar rmst
' retarsed ftNVX Satardsj after
: a tea days trvy t FVriiv
j JaM Hardy H!L Jr
i w tatxawl at IVrt Jacksc spest
t wfe4d in tm wj kia far
: eatta, Mar and Mrs. J. H. Hwa.
program of wedding music, which
included: "I Love You Truly' "0
Promise Me," and "To a Wild
Rose," by McDowell, with the Lo
hengrin and Mendelssohn inarches
being used for the processional and
The bride entered with her fath
er, who gave her in marriage. She
wore a becoming costume of gray
with navy blue and white acces
sories, and her flowvrs were a bou
quet of sweetheart rosea and lilies
of the valley.
The bride was attended by her
twin sisters, Miss Mary and Miss
Martha Wilson, who were also
dressed in navy blue with white ac.
The bridegroom entered with his
father, who served as his best man.
Mrs. Palmer is a graduate of
t he Fairview high school and Cecil's
Business College, of Asheville. For
the past two and half years she
has been connected with the farm
demonstration work of Buncombe j
The bridegroom is the oldest son ',
of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer. He was '
graduatexi frvm the Clyde high:
school. Brevard Junior College, and
with honors front Xorth Carolina
State College, with a B. S. degree
in agriculture. For the past three
and a half years he has been as-1
sistant county fsnn agent for Bun-1
The bride is the granddaughter
of J. M. Wilson and the lata Mrs.;
Wilson, anj Mrs. C. F. HunUey and
the late Rev. Mr. HunUey, of Bun-j
combe county. Mr. Palmer is the '
grandson of the lata Mr. and Mrs. !
Riley M. Ferguson and Mrs. WU- j
lianv A. Palmer and the late Mr. I
Palmer, well known cititeas of
Haywvxvl county. : j
Imntediately following the wed-
ding, the couple left for a wedding !
trip through the southern states, '
after which they will return to ;
Asheville, where they will reside.
"' ', :'
Mrs. Buddy Queen and hex young
daughter. Poena Jo, who are bow
residing in Xewyort Xews, Va are
returning this week, after a visit to'
th fevrraer! parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Ijimrtm
Corporal Joe Sioaa, wa is sta
tioned at Fork Jackson, sest tie
week-ecd ia towa wit lis father ;
Hcjfh J. S3oam. ' .
Mr. and Mrv Jaaea W. Saauacsa, !
wfe kav bee speatdieg aoaaetiat
at Cak Park. Vtft hut Tfeaxsday far !
a asvaUt Tisat with reSatires ia
Joasaoa City. Team. TVey vera '
accoaapaaitd fey their ysysxsan. Dr. '
N. F. Lancaster. Mr, i n mis,
vie has kwa 3 for sobm tun was :
atW.-i i3TJTA"npi , j
Mrs. T. Crawford kl as Wr
rst w tie wk-bi kr ccosia.
! Frrrato R.y SJt,o sta- 'i Pasl M.-Cracken, of Axa HarKY,
m a ax im wxa, ,'s i
wxA ks f:ar.
Hi J. SXn.
Mr. and Mra. V-iaaa rrrst
' are sjeakiScr a fortaig-Ut at rarwos
' poteta ka FkciSa,
Miss Axaa Pee aarkaSriek aaa
refruwd treaa EiasMr wkaia sSw
was vadwr aAiwinatawa at Joka
Hoaas. Miss KataSndt is nadi
Hold Open House
At Grace Rectory
The Rev. and Mrs. Raymond E.
MacBlain were at home on Tuesday
evening at the rectory to the mem
bers of the Grace Church in tne
Mountains, following the confirma
tion service held at the church.
The tea table was centered with
a bowl of yellow acacia, covered
with a cream lace cloth, and the
appointments were lovely pieces of
Assisting in receiving and serv
ing were: Mrs. J. F. Abel, Mrs.
Roy Campbell, Mrs. C F. Kirk
patrick, Mrs. Harry Marshall, Mrs.
M. C. Green, Mrs. Walter Talia
ferro, and Miss Robena Miller.
Local Woman Will Be
Guest Speaker For DAR
Henderson ville Chapter
Mrs. J. H. Howell, state chair
man of DAR Indian work, will be
the guest speaker tomorrow after
noon at, the February meeting of
the Joseph McDowell chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, in Hendersonville. Mrs. How
ell will address the group on the
"Cherokee Indians of Today" and
will also outline the work that the
state society through the chapters,
is doing for the Indians.
Ernest J. Hyatt left Tuesday for
Lakeland, Fla., where he will join
Mrs. Hyatt, who has been there
for the past six weeks. He will re-1
main for a fortnight and will be
accompanied home by Mrs. Hyatt.
Miss Haseltine Swift will spend
the coming week-end with her
brother. Bill Swift, who is attend
ing the apprentice school of tho
Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company, of Newport
Miss Evelyn Wyatt and Miss
Edna Scates left Saturday for a
visit with Miss Ruth Scates in
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Suttonfield
spent the week-end in Canton with
Mrs. Suttonfield's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. G. Coleman.
Miss Kathryn Green
Bride Of William
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Green, of
Fines Creek, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Kathryne Green, to William Frank
Kirkpatrick. The vows were taken
in the presence of a small group of
relatives and friends in Waynesville
on Saturday, January the 18th, with
the Rev. Frank Leatherwood offi
ciating. . ; '. V
The bride is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ferguson, of
Jonathan Creek and the late G. W.
Green, of Canton. She received her
education at Fines Creek high
school and is a graduate of Carson
Newman, holding from the latter
an A. B. degree. She is at present
teaching English and mathematics
in the Fines Creek consolidated
Mr. Kirkpatrick is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kirkpatrick,
of Fines Creek, and grandson of
the late Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Noland,
of Waynesville. He received his
educatiou at Fines vCreek and the
Western Carolina Teachers" Train
The couple have recently return
ed from their wedding! trip to At
lanta and are at home to their
friends on Branner Crest drive.
Miss Terrell Will Be
Hostess Of February-
Music Club Meeting
The Waynesville Music Club will
hold the regular February meeting
on Saturday the 28nd, with Miss
Margaret Terrell as hostess at the ,
home of her parents. Mrs. Robt.
H. Stretcher will have charge of the
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 194,
Met With Mrs.
By Mrs. W. T. Rainer
Mrs. Fred Allison was hou
on Friday afternoon at h. vte:
on Jonathan Creek to the mr
of the Jonathan home demonstrj
Mrs. W. E. Boyd, home beautj
v ...u an article
transplanting trees and shmh.
was announced that four membe
ox me ciuo naa entered the h0IJ
muuiiuiuw toniest sponsored
me r uu iiuuomu sank. ,
Other Project leaders giving
pons uiciuaea; Mrs. Medfi
Leatherwood on foods; Mrs v
tr i , .
DJtuavay ou poultry; and
Odell Brown on library work.
miss mary margaret Smitl
aigeni, gave a aeipiui demonstri
tion on "Planning the Wardrnh.
A social hour followed adjourl
COMEDIAN WHO KEEPS
ON GETTING MARRIEDl
.Strange marital record of a sal
faced comic whose love-life ill
problem in arithmetic since he
Jus nrst wile just once, went to t
altar thrice with his third sdoiJ
and now hopes his third marrial
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