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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Club Holds Meeting
With Mrs. T. H. Rogers
Mrs. T, H. Rogers was hostess of
the Clyde demonstration club at the
regular March meeting which was
fceld during the weeK.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
county agent, was the principal
aneaker. She discussed lines, col
ors and type of clothes suitable f,or
different figures. She also talked
on "Bedding and its care," giving
much valuable information on this
feature of household work. :
The club leaders on home beautl
fication, gardens, poultry, library
and crafts gave interesting reports.
A social hour followed. Announ
cement was made of the Apr!
meeting which will be held with
Mrs. Cecil Spencer.
Mrs. Clifford Harrell Gives
Daughter Birthday Party
Mrs Clifford Harrell entertained
with a party at her home on Welch
atreet on Saturday afternoon in
honor of the second birithday 01
her daughter, Judy.
Pastel shades were used through
out the appointments. Cakes and
ices were served, with balloons and
bunny baskets given as favors to
the young guests.
Those attending were nancy
Underwood, Gail Underwood, San
dra Sue Caldwell, Johnnie Edwards,
Jimmie and Charles McElroy,
David Hamilton Akeri, Gene Hud
son, Billy Hudson, Carl Hudson,
Bobby Moody and Douglas Moore.
Billy Kerley Gives Party
On 13th Birthday Monday
Billy Kerley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Kerley, was host on
Monday evening of a party at the
home of his parents in celebration
of his 13th birthday anniversary.
Party On 13th Birthday
Bobby Leatherwood entertained
a number of his young friends on
Monday evening at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill
Leatherwood in East Waynesville.
The party was in celebration of his
13th birthday anniversary.
Games featured the entertain
ment. An ice course was served
by Ida Jackson and Miss Rose
The guest list included: Carroll'
Grahl, Nelle Sue Garland, Peggy
Sue Burgin, Dorothy Colledge, Mar
garet Brendle, Doris Briggs, Edna j
Amos, Billy Miller. Billy Davis, ,MKB n.
Billy Kuykendall, Calvin Francis, ' of Welch; West va., wno oeiore
and Doyle Alley. I ner marriuge on Marcn ora,
i jviiss marione cmiiy tvnjr"s""
r ; v, 4Ut daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r.a
x lay to tuc Kicaicab luuc uab " .
we can wield. It is the srreatest wayngim.
tjilprit- whirl, find hnn cri von n I '
There is democracy in this, i MrS. Geo. Taylor Honors
t v Qtiiuiiia I Mother On 60th Birthday
R. A. Gaddis and Asa Griffin were With Family Dinner
among those who attended the
Braddock vs. Burman boxing bout' -Mrs. Go. ''se Taylor it. -ci-talned
in Asheville auditorium on Monday wth a family dinner at her home
evening. on the Balsam road on Sunday in
j observance of the 60th birthday an
Mrs. A'incent Glance was taken niversary of her mother, Mrs.
to Western North Carolina Sani- Grayson Hall. Mrs. Hall was the
torium more than a week ago. She former Miss Elizabeth Milner.
was accompanied there by Miss Spring flowers in shades of yel
Mildred Rogers, Miss Ruth Wright low were used as a decorative note,
and Harmon Rogers, who returned ' Out of town guests included Mr.
the same day. i and Mrs. F. C. Hall and three chil-
dren, of Asheville.
S. V. Whitley, of Gastonia, came
Pink and white were used in the home on March 12.
party appointments. After games
the guests assembled in the dining
room where the cake with 13 can
dles was lighted and cut Mrs.
Kerley was assisted in serving by
Mrs. Annie Moffett.
The guest list included: Marga
ret Brendle, Mary Jo Green, Betty
Nichols, Anna Jo Miller, Carroll
Grahl, Judy Wells, Wilsie Ann
Haney, Betty Jo Noland, Marie
Miller, Sue Garland, Audrey At
kins, Anna Casis, Marie Strange,
Harry Faris Kerley, Henry Mes
ser, Limuel Miller, Rufus Harris,
Joe Kerley, Bobby Leatherwood,
Allen Davidson, Bill Dover, Earl
Buckner, Billy Millar, and Author
Mrs. Rufus Melton and baby left
Sunday for Mobile, Ala., where they
well join Mr. Melton, who is now
employed by a paper mill there.
Mrs. W. L. Hardin, Jr., Mrs.
Jerry Colkitt, and Mrs. W. R.
Hartley motored to Knoxville on
Monday where they met Mrs. W.
L. Hardin, who accompanied them
home. Mrs. Hardin has been spend
ing sometime in Old Hickory, Tenn.,
with her daughter, Mrs. Noyes
Long.' V: '
Mrs. Grace Jenkins, of High
Point, was called to Hazelwood
because of the illness of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Waddell. Mrs. Waddell
remains very ill in Norburn hos
Charles Dunn left Monday for
Seattle, Washington, where he will
take a boat for Dutch "Harbor,
Alaska. He will join his brother,
Ralph Dunn, who has been in
Alaska about three years. He is
son of Mrs. C B. Atkinson, of
Tyree Neyerhoffer and Edd
Jenkins, of High Point, spent the
week-end with L. C. Waddell and
Smoky Robinson, of Hazelwood,
left Monday morning' for New
port News, Va.
Sunday for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs W. A. Whitner and other
friends in Hazelwood. Mr. Whit
ley was for several years connect
ed with the Royle and Pilkington
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ellis Mor
gan have announced the arrival of
a daughter, Sara Lou, at their
Mrs. Bob Lewis spent a few days
during the week in Spartanburg
with her husband, who is now lo
Mrs. Horace Frost, who mis
spent the past winter with her sis
ter, Mrs. John N. Shoolbred, has
gone to Elizabethton, Tenn.
Mrs. R. N. Barber Will
Have Paper At UDC Meet
Mrs. R. N. Barber will have the
paper at the April meeting of the
Haywood chapter of the United
I Daughters of the Confederacy
I which will be held tomorrow after
noon at the home of Mrs. O. H.
Mrs. Barber will give in detail
an account of Alabama's part in
j the history of the. Confederacy.
, Mrs. Noble Garrett, president, will
April DAR Meeting Will
Be Held With Mrs.
Prevost On Wednesday
The regular April meeting of the
Dorcas Bell Love chapter of the
DAR will be held on Wednesday
afternoon, the 9 th, with Mrs. R. L.
Prevost as hostess'. Mrs. Jimmie
Boyd will have the paper of the
afternoon. Mrs. Harry Rotha vill
review the magazine. ;
Senior Class To Hold
Annual Banquet Friday
The senior class will entertain
with their annual banquet .tomor
row evening at 8 O'ciock in the
Following 1 he serving of dinner
the students and their sponsors will
go to the FFA chapter house on the
high school grounds vaiei an in
formal dance will be held.
Mr. and Mrs. John Daccpnhart.
of Gastonia. were week-end e-uests
of Mrs. Daggenhart's sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Miss Daohne Rice, of Hender-
sonville, spent the week-end with
Miss Lillian Messer.
Mr. and Mrs. William Chambers,
Jr., left Saturday for a two weeks
motor trip. While away they will
visit points in Louisiana and Texas.
Mrs, L. M. Richeson and Miss
Dorothy Richeson spent Wednesday
and Thursday of last week in
f " ' - ; - fi ' " $
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Photo by SherrilFs Studio
MRS. JOHN JOSEPH KNURR.
who before her marriage on March
the 11th, was Miss Mary Freeman,
of Wavnesville. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John E. Freeman, of
Cherokee. The marriage took place
in Marksville, La.
Glenn Noland, a sixth grade
teacher in the Hazelwood school,
who has been ill in Haywood Coun
ty Hospital for the past two weeks,
is better and expects to be remov
ed to his home within a week.
Mrs. Theo. McCracken left Sun
day morning for Newport News,
where she will visit her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Henry Wyman is leaving
this week for Frankfort, 111. Mrs.
Wyman has lived here for the
past two years.
Lt James Davis, of Fort Jack
ion, spent the week-end with his
Miss Elizabeth Francis, who is a
member of the senior class at the
Women's College of the University
North Carolina, is spending this
week with her parents.
Mrs. J. B, Siler and Miss Evelyn
Siler spent several days in Knox
ville during the past week as the
guests of friends and relatives.
McLain Rogers, of Newport
me week with his parents, Mr. and '
k.r TTJ Tl '
una. nurrisun ivogers. .
Patrolman Hugh J. Sloan, Jr.,
who is located in Warsaw, spent a
touple of days here with his father,
Hugh J. Sloan.
Miss Drama Lampkin leaves to
morrow for Raleigh, where Bhe will
visit relatives for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Luther re
turned from a stay of several
months in Oviedo, Fla.
Miss Lucy Jones returned home
on Sunday from Greensboro, wham
she attended the first session of
the society of Christian Service of
the Western North Carolina confer
ence of the Methodist chnnk ;
the uniting of the branches of Meth
odism, bhe was a delegate from
Long's Chapel, Lake Junaluska.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barr had as
their guests during the week-end,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown and son,
Charles, of Olivia, Minn. who
were eh route home from a fvn
months stay in Florida.
j tftp. AnIclirviA call Ul
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1 Vn ah&
fRll. SimI lor NEW booklM, cantainlu
lit. Wroi Kumfort takiat fowoof
One of her yvonger subjects makei
, a bashful curtsy as she models
; new Lancashire-made cotton frocl
. for Queen Elisabeth in Buckinghao
i Palace, London. Duplicates of aucl
dresses as this are being shipped tl
New York aa Britiah industry ea
; ries on despite bombing raids.
Fashions from lassies that spell
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Step into the Easter Pa
rade in one of these in
dressmaker or the costume
models. Perfect for all
Perfect for the Easter
Parade. Two-button reefers,
satin or braid bound. Stunn
ing' in black, navy. Dress
maker styles, too. Fine wool,
In the well-known lines
Georgiana Kay DunhiU
Doris Dodson Ann Foster
A complete range of sizes
in spring's newest.
ie's Department Store
C J. REECE, Owner
Miss Mary Freeman
John Joseph Knurr
In Marksville, La.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Freeman,
of Cherokee, have announced the
marriage of their daughter. Miss
Mary Freeman, of Waynesville, to
John Joseph Knurr, of Cedar Rap
The vowa were solemnized on
March the 11th at the First Meth
odist church in Marksville, La.,
with the pastor, the Rev. Walter
C. Mason, officiating.
For her wedding the bride chose
a light bine tailored suit in a soft
Mrs. Knurr holds a secretarial
position with the Pet Dairy Pro
ducts Company. She is a graduate
of the Bryson City high school,
Brevard College, and the Knoxville
The groom, who is serving a
year's enlistment in the U. S. Army,
is located at Claiborne, La. Prior
to his volunteering his services he
was connected in business in Ma
nilli, Iowa. He was educated in
the high schools of his home town
and is a graduate of Coe College, of
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Mrs. Knurr will remain in Way
nesville until her husband serves
out his year with the U. S. Army.
' '' ;
James Leatherwood, student at
Wake Forest, is spending this week
with his parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Frank Leatherwood. -
Alumnae To Give
v or Educators
t 1 1
xuc aiumoae and t.
Asbevifle College, (for
ville Normal and Te
lege) will be entertained
on Friday the 4th at Lai
on the college campus
will be from 4 to 6 o'c!
The affair is open j
and delegates to the X
lina Education Associl
vention, which will hi
Asheville this week, j
There are a number J
lege alumnae in Hay woe
Hold Meeting Tue
Women's society of
Service of the First
church will hold the reg
mg ar 3:30 on Tuesday
in the church parlors. (
Curtis will have charge I
gram and Mrs. J. Hard!
president, will preside, j
Miss Corinne Alley,
the Women's College o
versity of North Carolini
mg the spring vacation?
ier mother, Mrs. D. D
Miss Jane Grace, whJ
dent at Women s College
boro arrived Saturday
the spring holidays wit
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
And we celebrate by presenting
a brilliant "Golden Anniversary
Collecfion" of Red Cross Shoes
If smartest, loveliest footwear
h 50 years of fine shoe making,
and the most amazing valves.
m. Uioose yours, Ifus week.
IWassie's E3ept. Sto
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loi I. Rvwrora. K.
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