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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. John Allen Is
Mrs. Rosalyn Ray Colling and
Miss Debrayda Fisher entertained
with a dinner pary on Wednesday
night at McGraw's dining room
In the Hotel Gordon as a courtesy
to Mrs. John Allen, of Burlington,
Vt, who is spending: several weeks
here with her family.
Tulips were used as a decora
tive note on the long table at which
the guests were seated. Follow
ing the serving of dinner the
guests went to the home of Mrs.
Collins where several progres
sions of contract were enjoyed,
with the high and low winners
presented prizes. Mrs. Allen was
also given a remembrance of the
The guest list included: Mrs.
John Allen, Miss Alice Stringfleld,
Mrs. H. B. Atkins, Mrs. Ben Sloan,
Mrs. Whitner Prevost, Mrs. Ellen
Louise Killian Queen, Mrs. Aaron
Prevost, Mrs. M. H. Bowles, Mrs.
William Hannah, Mrs. J. W. Ray,
Miss Betsy Lane Quinlan, Miss
Hester Anne Withers, Miss Mary
Barber, Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, Miss
Mary Mock, Mrs. Jimmie Neal,
Mrs. Bryant Smith, Mrs. Hallett
'Ward and William Medford.
Haywood UDC Chapter
Meets Friday Afternoon
With Mrs. L. M. Killian
Mrs. L. M. Killian will be hos
83 of the May meeting of the
Haywood chapter of the Daughters
of the Confederacy which will be
held at her home tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Noble Garrett, president,
will preside. Mrs. Grover C
Davis will have the paper of the
afternoon, the subject, "Georgia."
Mrs. Geo. Bischof f
Mrs. George Bischoff was host
ess of a luncheon yesterday at the
Gordon Hotel as a courtesy to Mrs.
Frank Conklin, of Philadelphia,
who with her husband and small
son are spending several days here
at the Waynesville Country Club
The guests were seated at one
long table which was centered with
an arrangement of white flowers
with white and green accentuat
ing the other party appointments.
Prizes were given the winners
of top scores and also to the guest
of honor and to Mrs. John Allen,
of Burlington, Vt., who is visiting
her parents here.
The guest list included: Mrs,
Wilford Ray, Mrs. Ralph Prevost,
Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs. C. C,
White, Mrs. Felix Stovall, Mrs.
Whitener Prevost, Mrs, Ellen Lou
ise Killian Queen, Mrs. Jack Mes-
ser, Mrs. E. J. Hyatt, Mrs. Frank
Conklin, and Mrs. John Allen.
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Club of Maggie Holds
April Meeting '
Mas Mary Margaret Smith, coun
ty home agent, gave an interesting
demonstration on "Making a Bet
ter Dress" at the April meeting
of the Maggie home demonstration
club which met during the past
week with Mrs. C. L. White and
Mrs. W. D. White as associate
hostesses at the home of the form
er. ": '
Mrs. Dave Plott read a paper
on ''Home Management," and
five of the club leaders gave re
ports of their work.
One new member, Mrs. Albert
Maye was received into the club.
During the recreation period a
"Magazine Safety" contest was
held with Mrs. Walter Plott win
ning the prize.
Mrs. Albert Siler will be host
ess of the May meeting of the club.
Hazelwood Baptist Women
Will Meet Thi3 Afternoon
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Hazelwood Baptist church,
of which Mrs, J. V. Blalock is
president, will meet as a circle at
the home of Mrs. David Gaddy on
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. William Clark and Mrs.
George Semmes, of Jacksonville,
Flu. who were called here on ac
count of the illness of their father
Clyde H. Ray, have returned to
their homes.. .
Ford Sdon to Wed Young Hostess and
Host Give Formal
Dance Last Night
Benson Ford, son of Mr. and MrsJ
Edsel Ford and arrandson of thai
Henry Fords, is pictured with Edith
McNaughton following announee-i
ment of their engagement Both art
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Miss Grace Crocker was in
charge of the program at the meet
ing of the Waynesville Music Club
on Saturday afternoon, which was
held at the Parish House of Grace
Episcopal church, with Mrs. James
G. Huggin, Jr. and Miss Nancy
Killian associate hostesses.
The meeting combined the rear-
ular April gathering of the club
with the annual tea the members
give in honor of the Junior Music
Club, of which Miss Grace Crocker
Miss Crocker served as accom
panist of the afternoon with the
following program being rendered:
paper read by Billy Parham. of
Asheville, member of the Hamilton
Junior Music Club of that city,
on "Music in the Home;" a patri
otic trio by Cornelia, Eleanor and
Mary Kice Whiting, of Canton.
Also a piano duo by Louise Mar
tin and Miss Crocker. "Prelude
A Major," by Chopin: Marie
Strange sang, "The Big Brown
Bear," Mana-Zucco and "Daddy's
Sweetheart;" a piano solo by Jean
Hyatt "Valcik," by Morceaux:
Janet Abel, (contralto) sang "Down
in the Forest" and "My Rose;" a
violin solo, "Mazurka," by Billy
Parham, of Asheville; a piano
solo, "Leibestraum," Liszt, played
by. Jean Grouser.
Also a song by Ida Lou Gibson,
(soprano), "Down in the Forest",
and "Merry Maiden Spring:" a
piano solo, "Minuet," Hayden, by
Mane Strange; a solo, by Doris
Grahl, soprano," The Spirit Flow
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era," by Tipton; piano solo, "Hun
garian Dance," by Koeling, by
Jane Wyche; and the program clos
ed with an ensemble by the Whit
ing family, of Canton and Troy,
N. Y, who played "Christ is Ris
en Today" and "Sheperd's Song."
Mrs. Whiting played the cello, Mr.
Whiting first violin, Eleanor Whit
ing, flute, Cornelia Whiting sec
ond violin, and Mary Rice Whiting,
7-year-old, accompanied the group
on the piano.
For the ocasion the Parish House
was attractively arranged in bowls
of tulips and iris with a number
of vases of crabapple blossoms.
Mrs. Henry Foy, president, pre
sided oyer the meeting.
Rev. and Mrs. McBlain
Give Party for Daughter 1
On Ninth Birthday
The Rev. and Mrs. Raymond E.
MacBlain, entertained a group of
young friends on Saturday, after
noon in observance of the ninth
birthday anniversary of their
young daughter, Alethea.
The guests attended the attrac
tion at the Park Theater after
which they returned to the rectory
where numerous games were en
joyed. Following the games the
tier birthday cake was cut and ices
and candy were served.
The guests list included: Mary
Osborne, Walter Taliaferro, Bar
bara Ann Boyd,. Tommy -Boyd,
Mary Chase Hall, Martha Grahl,
Margaret Reece, Walter Mcintosh,
Ann Green, Bobbie Hardin, Emily
Michal, Mary Lenoir Michal and
Mrs. R. L. Allen returned home
on Thursday from a visit of two
months with her niece, Mrs. Ben
jamin Sleeper, at her home in
Mrs. J. G. Galusha has returned
from Live Oak, Fla., where she was
called on account of the illness of
her father. He was much improved
Miss Eugenia Martin and Jim
Leatherwood entertained with
formal dance at the FFA house on
Wednesday evening in observance
. of the sixteenth birthday anniver
sary of the latter.
I They were assisted by their moth
ers. Mrs. O. K. Martin and Mrs,
Troy Leatherwood, and Mrs. Glenn
Tweed, of Asheville, in receiving
! their sruests. Louise Martin, sis
Iter of Miss Martin, served punch
from an attractively arranged table.
Spring flowers were used to flecor
ate the halL
The guest list included: Ruby
Frances Brown, Winifred Rodgers,
Carroll Bell, Meta Dicus, Mary
Ellen Boone. Lucile Simmonds,
Jeanette Burgin, Patsy Gwyn, Ruth
Wagenf eld, Ann Osborne, fcvelyn
Craig, Doris Colkitt, Lois Massie,
Bettie Wilson, Dorothy MUner,
Jane Dudley Francis, Polly Francis,
Patsv Burein. Gladys Walker,
Beebee Medford, Betty Francis
Anne Edmunds, Virginia Mathey,
Also Freda May Teague, Lillian
Messer, Helen Trout, Helen Plott,
Catherine Davis. Margaret Mc
Rorie, Grace Wilburn, Catherine
Blalock, Betty Phelps, Betty Brad
ley, Dorothy Richeson, Rosemary
Herman, Lula Frank Mediora,
Dorothy Greer, Marguerite Way,
Bobby Colkitt. Paul Walker,
Phil Medford, Fred Martin, Jack
Worthington. Noble Garrett, Sam
McElroy, Harry McCracken, Harry
Evans, Calvin McDaniels, Bill Kay,
Billy Fisher, Bill Hannah, Billy
Rodgers, Stanley Henry, Richard
Inman, Virgil Smith, Dean Ledlord,
Bud Blalock, Colvin Brown, Jr.,
Neal Leatherwood, Haywood Plott,
Edward McRorie, Richard Bradley,
Lester Burgin, J. D. Hyatt, Zeo
Also . Fred Palmer, Frederick
Vaughn, Billy Dover, Joe Tate,
Charles Way, Emmett Green, Bob
bie Lee, Bob Ferguson, Paul Head
rick, Tommy Davis, Gene Medford,
Clyde Greer, Henry Foy, Roy Mc
Cracken, Jim Milner, Claude Mc-
Clure. Those from out of town
were Betty Sue Palmer, of Clyde;
Betty Brown Simpson, of Asheville;
and Martha June Cogburn, Sarah
Medford, Walker Clark, Don Hipps,
Bill Wells, Bill Harris, Bill Alex
ander, Mary Sue Holland, Miriam
Wells, Jimmy Wells, May Haynes
Holtzclaw, Ann Harding, Alec
Rickman, Virginia Hartshorn, and
Charles Carroll; of Canton.
' ' . . '
Miss Grace McGhee Crocker is
spending a week with relatives at
Montdale Farm, Fincastle, Road,
;'-.. ' "
W. H F. Millar is spending ten
days in New York and Chicago on
'.tin. Newton Cook, of Jackson
ville, N. C, who spent the past two
weeks here with her family at
Lake Junaluska, has returned to her
home, She was accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. J. T. Coman, and
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. James Coman, for a visit.
Mrs. C. J. Davis, of Miami, has
arrived to open her home at Lake
Junaluska for the summer season.
Mrs. W. T, Crawford had as her
guests during the week her cousins,
Dr. and Mrs, Rufus Moore, of Mt,
Pleasant, Texas. Dr. Moore is in
the U. S. medical corps, and was
en route to Pennsylvania where he
is officially inspecting gome camps.
The following members of the
Haywood chapter of the UDC at
tended the district meeting which
was held in Sylva on Tuesday; Mrs.
Noble Garrett, president of the
local chapter, Mrs. T. L, Bramlett,
Mrs. Grover C. Davis, Mrs. J.
Harden Howell, Mrs. L. M. Kil
lian, Mrs. Thad Howell, Mrs. Ol
iver H. Sheltoh, Mrs. John M.
Queen, Mrs. W. F, Swift;' and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Marion T. Bridges,
Mrs. Mack Miller, Mrs. Edgar
Miller, and Mrs. J. T. Bridges
spent Sunday in Charlotte, where
they visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Y. Bridges and Mack Miller, the
latter a patient in the Presbyte
rian Hospital. 1
Mrs. R. L. Coin left during the
week for Charlotte where she is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Isen-hour.
Mrs. Stanley Wood and young
daughter, Lois Wood, who are
spending sometime here with the
former's sister,. Miss Lois Harrold,
left during the week for a brief
visit with Mrs. Ward Boring in
Fred Walker, Brownlow Lindsey,
Tommie Wilson and Dotson Red
man, all of Concord, Spent the week
here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.
New DAR. Head
Mrs. William EL Pouch, of New
York, has been elected President
General of the Daughters of the
American Revolution. She was
chosen at the organisation's 60th
annual continental congress la
Mrs. John N. Shoolbred spent the
past week in Elizabethton, Tenn.,
with her daughter, Mrs. R. E
Wood. On Sunday Mrs. Shool
bred and Mrs. Wood went to Bal
timore, where they are visiting
the former's daughter, Mrs. Walter
L. M. Richeson has returned from
an extended business trip.
Mrs. C M. Morgan, of Asheville,
was the guest during the week of
her mother, Mrs: John Francis.
Miss Emily Siler, student at
the University Of North Carolina,
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Siler.
Corporal Joe Shipley, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end with
his family here.
Mrs. Homer Plott returned on
Sunday from a week's stay with
friends in Waycross, Ga,"
Mrs. T. N. Massie is spending
two weeks in Sumter, S. C., as the
guest of her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Lebo Massie.
C. J. Reece left Tuesday lor a
business trip to St Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gaddis enter
ed their small son, Pete Gaddis at
Dr. Earl Carlson's children's clinic
the first of the week. Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Gaddis, of Asheville,' ac
companied them to Miami.
Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Jordan and
son Darwin, were gueets of Mr. and
Mrs. George Herndon in Canton
on Saturday and Sunday.
: Yemen and Adam Knight, Jr., of
Canton, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Knight at their
home in Hazelwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Hooper have
announced the arrival of a son at
their home in Hazelwood on Sat
urday, April 24.
Mrs. Jean Dillon, who was form
erly in charge of public nursing
in the local health department, was
the guests during the week of Mr. ,
and Mrs. Johnny Cuddebaek.
. -. . . .-
Mr. and Mrs. E. Constantin
have returned to Moody Farm, af
ter spending the winter in Ft
Lauderdale; Fla. They were ac
companied by Miss Grace Consta
ntin, who will visit them for sev
eral weeks before going to Brook
lyn, N. Y., where she will spend
the summer, v
Miss Stella Mae Wyatt left Sun
day for Washington, D. C, after
spending the spring vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis
A. Wyatt, at Lake Junaluska.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Trantham
and Miss Janet Coward, the latter
of Balsam, spent the week-end in
Mocksville, with Mrs. J. A. Brown,
sister of the former. They were
accompanied home as far as Ashe
ville by Mrs. M. E. Trantham,
mother of Mr. Trantham, who had
spent the past month as the guest
of relatives in Greensboro and
Mrs. Woodrow Parton and Miss
Marv Emma McLean, of Whittier,
were guests of Mrs. Sam Lane in IMiss Catherine Morgan,
Hazelwood on Sunday. - 1 ville.
mr. ana Airs. Joe TaB
guests over the week-t
son, Samuel Tate and the
ir uu Buu-in-iaw. Mr
mcuee, wr oi wewton.
Mr. ana Mrs. L. C. Da
ed m tneir borne on Sui
ft . VMtWl itltf in U 1
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V. M. Rhea, who is emf
Maryville, Tenn., spent a
end with his family in H
Miss Ruth Jones, who"
position in Raleigh, rett
home on Sunday after speg
weeks with her mother w
Mrs. Jonathan Woody is
this week in Atlanta as
of her sisters.
Mrs. W. H. Liner and I
Cole spent several days dn
pas wee in nigh p0 n
guests oi Mr. and Mrs
Kenneth Sprague, of 8
X., is spending several
town on business.
Miss Sylla Davis spent fl
1 J 4-1 1,
enu in Asneviiie as the
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Byi
moved to Clyde and are ot
their recently completed
the Asheville highway.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie C
have recently bought the
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Byers
wood street and since lsf
have been occupying the
Mrs. Adora Raine is
sometime in Greenwich,
the guest of Mrs. Joe Gil!
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fri
Taylorsville, spent the we
town as the guest of relatii
Mrs. H. W. Burnette ha.
guest over the week end.
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