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jlARCH 13, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
" j rmmtv PTA Council
gnual Luncheon Meeting
jTed President To
Hvatt, of Haiel-
lected president 01
P- "j Sty Council of
DyCcheon meeting held
the American Le
h MrV. George A.
to" rarolina Teachers Col-
Euth Vick Everett,
"IS of the North Car
' Association, wew
Education in tne
". Tvncrh vision. iW
Tthraudio-visual program now
rrt his college was
B&idance program inau.
K last year. He spoke of
rZa of the films and pointed
iXtto education pictures en
tZient must always be a sec
consideration. He .also
Qjthe advisibility of ex-
Wet ol prg"" "
Mn. Everett, who was introduced
tHn. D. D. Alley, state presl
Lt of the Parent Teacher Con-
U ,pokeon ',JP:T, A.-8 rarf m
e Legislative rrogram
, General Assempiy. one
eomprehensive resume of the
five definite objectives before the
present session. The five things
educators are asking, and for which
the speaker seemed confident that,
with few exceptions, would be real
ized, were; retirement fund for
teachers, continued contracts, in
crease in pay, expansion program,
and an adequate board of educa
Mrs. D. D. Alley spoke briefly,
recognizing the state officials pres
ent, including Mrs. Hampton, of
Asheville, corresponding secretary,
and Mrs. Allen Luther, chairman
and district chairman of publicity.
Mrs. Alley also installed, in addi
tion to Mrs. Hyatt, the other elect
ed officers, Mrs. George A. Kunze,
corresponding secretary and Mrs.
Smiley Carver, of Canton, treas
Others taking part on the pro
gram included: Jack Messer, coun
ty superintendent of schools, who
gave the invocation, Mrs, Edward
Glavich, vice president, who ex
tended a welcome, and Janet Abel,
young daughter of Mrs. Mabel
Brown Abel, contralto, who sang
two numbers, "Down in the Forest,"
by Ronald, and "My Rose," by
Lacy. The latter was accompa
nied by Miss Grace Crocker.
Mrs. George A. Kunze, retiring
president, also presented her an
nual report. She was highly prais
ed by Mrs. Alley and others for the
Splendid service she had rendered
the council during the two years
she had served as the president,
"Unknown" Becomes Film Star
arUy because of her extraordinary gift for whistling, Manricatta
delbourne (above) daughter of an Australian physician, has bta
elected for starring roles In Hollywood. A former concert pianist, the
oade her debut at Buckingham Palace. Lately, she baa been a gUMt
star on American radio programs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Creasman an
nounce the arrival of a daughter
on February 11, at their home in
Hazelwood. The newcomer is the
twelfth child in the Creasman
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lynn were
Tw i,, tahiM t which tha called to Taylors, S. C., Sunday
" " -.i . J
Iw. U iL Patterns
he Home of Better Values"
guests were seated were centered
with blue bowls of yellow flowers
and the colors of the organization
were noted in all the appointments.
The places at the speakers tables
were marked by either corsages
or boutonnieres as the case might
be. - - . .
Miss Mary7 Stentz spent the
week-end in Asheville as the guest
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Howell had as
their iguest over the week-end Ser
geant Sam R. Morris and Sergeant
Kirley, the latter of Philadelphia,
and both stationed in Spartanburg.
Lieutenant James Davis, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end with
his family In Hazelwood.
Miss Frances Scates spent the
week-end at Candler where she
was a guest of her aunt, Miss Helen
Morrow.. . .
Mrs. Roy Robinson and family
had as guests on Sunday her cous
ins, Mr. and Mrs. Cary Morgan,
Mrs. Francis Harte and Miss Iris
Abbott, all of Bryson City.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Graham
have moved into Ben Medf ord's
house on Main street in Hazelwood.
. .' .
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Waddell are
building an eight room frame
house on Brown Avenue. The work
is being done by Frady Brothers
because of the death of Mr. Lynn's
grandmother, Mrs. L. E. Lynn.
They returned to their home on
Mrs. J. R. Morgan is visiting her
son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. Jasper Morgan in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell leave
today for Lenoir City, Tenn., where
they will visit the latter's sister and
brother-in-laW, Mr. and Mrs. John
F. Dodges. En route home they
will stop in Jefferson City, where
they will make a brief visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Prevost have
returned from a trip to various
points in Florida.
Lieutenant George Plott, of
Fort Jackson, spent the week-end
with his father, John Plott.
Mrs. J. B. Smathers and Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Owens,' of Canton, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sum
merfow on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Fred Allison are
occupying the upstairs of Dr.
Roberson's apartment house. Thoy
came here from Sylva and Mr.
Allison is connected with the Pet
Dairy Products Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turbyfill,
Jr.,' of New York City, are 'expect
ed to visit the former's grand
mother, Mrs. P. L. Turbyfill over
Announcing The Opening Of - -FRANCIS
Sunset Gold FLOUR 650
41b.ctn.33c II 8 lb. ctn. 65c
TURNIPS bunch 10c
2 for 15c
RINSO 3for25c 21c
Quart '"J Pounds
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WALTER FRANCIS, Owner.
opPOSITE MASONIC TEMPLE
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bushnell, Jr.,
of Spruce Pine, spent the week-end
with the former's mother, Mrs. S.
Joe Way, student at Mars Hill
College, spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Dr. William Sloan, who ig sta
tioned at the Replacement Center
at Camp Lee, near Petersburg, Va.,
was the guest during the week of
his father, Hugh J. Sloan. Of
ficers in the U. S. : Medical corps
are trained at the center and sent
to various camps throughout the
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hyatt had
as their guest during the past week
Miss Marian Cook, of Shelby,
Floyd Alford, of Sylvester, Ga.,
was the guest during the week of
his cousin, Hugh J. Sloan.
Mrs. John M. Queen has as her
guest her nieces, Aldeert Shook and
Betty Shook and her nephew,
Charles Shook, all of San Jose,
Mrs. James S. Queen left Thurs
day for a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. McClenaghan in
Miss Grace Pfeiffer, of Sylvania,
Ga made a brief visit during tne
week to her aunt, Mr?. W. L. Mc-
Mrs. Erie Miles and two chil
dren, of Great Neck, Long Island,
whe have been the guests of the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
G. Terrell, returned to their home in
the North on Saturday. They mo
tored to Spartanburg and took a
plane from there.
Mrs. J. E. Whisenhunt spent from
Sunday until Wednesday at Swan
nanoa as a guest of her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Beaverdam Home Club
Holds March Meet In
New School Lunch Room
By Mrs. Frank Williams.
The Beaverdam home demonstra
tion club held the March meeting'
in the new and attractive lunch
room of the Beaverdam school
buildinig. Twenty-two members
The following leaders reports i
gave helpful and interesting infor
mation; Library, home beautifies
tion, home management, garden,
poultry, crafts and foods.
Mrs. Harley Wright, crafts lead
er, displayed a number of attrac
tive crochet articles and also an
appliqued piece. Mrs. Mark Swain
brought a delicious cake made with
yeast. Mrs. G. G. Murray gave an
account of the excellent craft school
held in Waynesville.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith dis
cussed lines, colors and types of
clothes suitable for different fig
ures. Miss Smith also talked on "Bed
ding and its Care," giving much
valuable information on this fea
ture of household care.
Mrs. Roy Robinson was the win
ner in the contest held during the
social hour. Mrs. Paul Robinson,
Mrs. Tom Hipps and Mrs. Mark
Swain served as associate hostesses.
Mrs. Troy Davis will be hostess
of the April meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee, Jr., of
Spartanburg, spent the week-end
in town as the guests of the latter's
mother, Mrs, J. L. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barr have as
their guests Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Jones and Mrs. 0, M. Merry, of
Fairmont, Wis, Mrs. Merry is
their daughter, who was before her
marriage Miss Genevieve Barr,
will make her parents an extended
visited before returning to her
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Alexander, of
Cataloochee Ranch, left Saturday
for Venice, Fla., where they will
spend a fortnight.
Mrs. W. W. Norman has returned
to her home in Griffin, Ga., after
visiting her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Bar
Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Rogers
announce the arrival of a son at
their home on Sunday, March 9
Evan th. b.it h.rdw.od
floon ioob btcom. untlgMly
looking wh.n thoy .r. fin
ished with chup iurfc. fln
Uh, Thti flnlihM tcr.tch
and wur off, luvlng th.
br wood tipoMd to dirt
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