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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. L.M. Killian
Hostess To UDC
Chapter On Friday
The Haywood chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confed
eracy held the regular May meet
ing with Mrs. L. M. Killian' on
Friday afternoon with the presi
dent, Mrs. Noble Garrett, presid
ing. Mrs. Grover C. Davis had the
paper of the afternoon on "Georgia."-
Mrs. Davis brought out the
state's contribution to the cause
of the Confederacy and gave in de
tail the lives of General Benjamin
B. Hill and General John G. Gordon.
Announcement was made of the
sale of Confederate flags to be held
Saturday under the direction of Eu
genia Martin and other members of
the chapter of the Children of the
Plans were formulated to arouse
interest of members who for va
rious reasons have ceased to attend
the meetings and participate in
the activities of the chapter.
The following committee will
have charge of marking the graves
of the veterans of the War Between
the States in the county: Miss
Robena Miller, chairman, Mrs. L.
M. Killian, Mrs. Frank Ferguson,
and Mrs. J. Harden Howell,
Mrs. Grover C. Davis, at the
request of the members, gave the
toast "To the men of the Confeder
acy for the defense of America,"
which she gave at the recent district
meeting held in Sylva. Mrs. J. H.
Howell gave a report of the meet
ing. It was announced that Mrs.
Davis had been requested to give
the toast on the regular UDC pro
gram over WWNC.
A letter was read urging the j
members to subscribe to the UDC
bulletin, in order that they may
keep up with the activities of the
Mrs, Ward Boring, who has been
visiting her sister, Miss Lois Har
rold, left Monday for her home
Mrs. J. C. Patrick and young
daughter, Florie, left Monday for
North Wilkesboro, where they will
Woman's Club Will
Give Benefit Party
On Friday Night
The ways and means committee
of the Woman's Club are giving a
benefit bridge party on Tuesday
night at the Hotel LeFaine. Play
ers are asked to assemble at 8
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick at
The committee has secured a
large number of handsome prizes
from local firms and individuals.
Those who do not care to make up
their tables may leave arrange
ments to the committee in charge.
As the social calendar has been
very light this spring a large num
ber of guests are expected, a num
ber of parties having already made
Jonathan Creek Home
Club Holds May Meeting
With Mrs. Williams
Mrs. Bill Williams was hostess
to the members of the Jonathan
Creek home demonstration club on
Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
home aget, gave demonstrations on
"Fitting a Dress" and "Selecting
Accessories," in which she gave
many seasonal suggestions about
The following club leaders gave
helpful reports: Mrs. Medford
Leatherwood on "Foods;" Mrs. F.
R. Kennedy on "Poultry;" and Mrs.
Fred Allison on "Gardens."
In the social hour following the
meeting Mrs. G. V. Howell was
the winner in the contest, "Naming
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde West, of
Hazelwood, have announced the
arrival of a son, Troy Eugene, on
April the 10th.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mills, of Ha
zelwood, have announced the birth
of a son at their home on Thurs
day May the 1st.
How She's Grown!
You'd hardly recognize this young
lady as Shirley Temple, looking
very grown up with her curls shorn.
Pictured in Palm Springs, Cl.
She Would Appreciate A Pair Of
lassie's Dept. Store
C. J. Reece, Owner
X-RAY SERVICE FREE
Mrs. George A. Kunze
n Charge Of Program
Of Woman's Club Meeting
The May meeting of the Woman's
Club will be held next Thursday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the
Sunday school rooms of the Way
nesville Presbyterian church.
Mrs. George A. Kunze, chairman
of music, will have charge of the
program. The following hostesses
are scheduled to serve: Mrs. N. F.
Lancaster, Mrs. Jerry Colkitt, Mrs.
Dan Watkins, and Mrs. C. C. White.
Mrs. W. F. Swift Will
Entertain May DAR
Meeting On The 14th
The May meeting of the Dorcas
Bell Love chapter Daughters of the
American Revolution will be held
with Mrs. W. F. Swift at her home
on the Fairview road on Wednes
day afternoon, the 14th.
Mrs. Glenn Tweed, of West Ashe
ville, will have the paper of the
afternoon, and Miss Lois Harrold
will review the national magazine.
Mrs. James M. Long, regent, will
Miss Jane Stentz, who is a stu
dent at Virginia Intermont, spent
the week-end in town with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tillotson and
children, Laura Virginia and Har
old, of Hendersonville, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Ernest L. Withers, Jr., who has
headquarters in Atlanta, spent sev
eral days with his parents here
during the week.
Mrs. Kenneth Stahl and Mi33
Sarah Welch are visiting friends
in Crossville, Tenn.
Miss Thomasine Stringfield, who
has been teaching in Ellerbe during
the past year, is expected home
Major and Mrs. James Harden
Howell had as their guests over
the week-end the latter's cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Marshall and
two sons, Daniel and Douglas, of
Corporal Joe Sloan, of Fort
Jackson is spending the week here
with his family.
Dr. I. B. Funke had as her
guests over Sunday her cousins,
Mrs. Caroline Robinson and daugh
ter, Miss Caroline Robinson and
Belton Taylor, of Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Geer, of
Charleston, S. C, who spent the
summer here one season occupying
the residence of Miss Alice Quin
lan, were guests at the Waynes
ville Country Club during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Thomp
son, of Asheville, were the guests
of Mrs. William T. Hannah over
Col. and Mrs. William Ira
Lee of Gatlinburg, Tenn., spent a
couple of days here with the latter's
mother, Mrs. W. T. Crawford dur
ing the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fisher and
daughter, Mary Ann Fisher and
Miss DeBrayda Fisher, were guests
of Mr. and Mr. R. C. Trammel in
Greenville, S. C, recently.
Lt. David Stentz Is
Guest Of Parents For
Ten Days Visit
Lt. David Stentz, who recently
received his commission in the U.
S. Air Corps, is spending ten days
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Dale Stentz.
Lt. Stentz has been orderd to
report for duty at Selfridge Field,
Mich., where he will be attached to
the First Pursuit group.
Chapter Of Children
Of Confederacy Will
Meet Friday Afternoon
The Haywood chapter of the
Children of the Confederacy will
hold a meeting on Friday afternoon
with Miss Eugenia Martin at 3
o'clock. All members are urged
Methodist Women To
Hold Meeting Tuesday
The women's society of Chris
tian Service of the Methodist
church will meet in the church
parlors on Tuesday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Noble Garrett
has charge of the program and
Mrs. J, H. Howell, president, will
Mary Ann Massie left Monday
for Durham where she will visit
her aunt, Mrs. C. L. Dickson.
Private James Harden Howell, of
Fort Jackson, spent the week-end
with his parents.
Mrs. Woodson Jones and daugh
ter, Nancy Jones, left Monday for
High Point where they will visit
the former's sister, Mrs. Joe Daggett.
Miss Clara McCall
Public Health Nurse
Takes Red Cross Course
Miss Clara McCall, public health
nurse pf Haywood county has
rnmnlptpd a first aid course given
during the past two weeks by ReJ
Cross officials from national head
quarters. Miss McCall represented the
local Haywood chapter.
Two others from this county
also completed the work, Mrs.
Mary Hanson and Miss Ethel
Bailey were awarded certificates
for 30 hours of study.
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and
daughter, Miss Helen Davis, of
Galax, Virginia, Mrs. W.-W. Mc
Connell, of Marion and Mrs. W.
R. Hupp, of Bryson City, were
week-end guests of Mrs. i. v.
Davis and family and Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Whitner.
Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Leath
erwood are occupying the Led
better apartment in Grimball
Dr. J. W. McKay returned to
Hazelwood on Saturday after a1
two months stay in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hoyle and
children, Frances and Richard
Hoyle, spent the week-end with
Mrs. Hovle's sister and brother-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
George, in Greenville, S. C.
Miss Edna Woodard, Mrs. Car
roll Whitner and Miss Hazel Wood
ard motored to Knoxville on Mon
Cecil Benfield, of Lenoir, spent
the week-end in Hazelwood with
his family. Barbara Benfield ac
companied him to Lenoir on Sun
You Will Find At RAY'S
In Lovely Styles and Materials
-For Both the Miss and the Matron-
r it i
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Splendid Values at 49c, 69c, 97c
Including 80 Square Prints at 97c
And also for tots . . . .
Lovely Selections .. .. ..
SOME MOST ATTRACTIVE CHILDREN'S THINGS
C. E. RAY'S SONS
PARK SHOP SAVE WITH US
Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, of
Union, S. C, came Saturday for
a vjsit with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. George Walls
have returned to their home after
spending ten days with their sons,
Arthur Walls and George Walls,
Jr., in Newport News, Virginia.
Mrs. Grover Crawford and
daughter, Mrs. Chet Hodgina and
granddaughter, Jo Ann Hodgina,
of High Point, spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Summer
row and family at their home in
Miss Bonnie Rector spent last
week with her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Crook
in West Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee Jr., of
Spartanburg, spent the week-end
in town with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ruff, of
Wilmington, are snendiner this
week in the county visiting rela
tives. They will divide the time
between Waynesville and Cove
Privafo o .
Jackson. mor off
with his parents'
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Whitner at ,,Z , Ti
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lonary meeting .whiJj
last week in RM... . 4
Miss Hazel CaldweU ,v
week-en at BrevS
where she attended the Jr
Day festivity. ,.eaaiai
is a former student of a,
Miss Marv vt. .
the past few months i JJ
has refciirna t 9 "H
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Mrs. Bonnpr P.,,.
from a trip to Canada 'Jd
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of Niagara Falls.
In Shopping For Me
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Matched Work Suits $2.08 uj
And Smart SUMMER SHOES
PLEASING STYLES AND PRICES
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