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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNT AIKEEU
THURSDAY, MAY 21
Mrs. T. C. Norris
Honors Mrs. Allen
And Civic League
Mrs. T. C. Norris was hostess
of a dinner party on Wednesday
night honoring the members of
the Civic League and Mrs. Kufus
L. Allen, president, who has re
cently returned after an extended
visit to relatives in Texas.
The long table at which the
guests were seated was centered
with a bowl of white and pink
Sowers with this motif observed
in all the appointments.
During the evening Miss Jane
Dudley Francis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Francis, gave the
reading with which she won the
medal offered annually by the Wo
man's Club in a contest for the
high school girls.
"A"b"rief business session fol
low the serving of dinner, with the
remainder of the evening given
over to a social period.
Those present included: Mrs. Roy
Campbell, Mrs. Paul Walker, Mrs.
Homer Plott, Mrs. H. C. Liner,
Mrs. Noble Garrett, Mrs. M. H.
Reeves, Mrs. Harry Marshall, and
Mrs. Rufus L. Allen.
Women Of Hazelwood
Hold Birthday Party
The annual birthday party of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the
Hazelwood Presbyterian church
was held in the Fellowship Hall of
the church on Wednesday evening.
Miss Almarie Robinson, secre
tary of foreign missions, was in
charge of the program. A special
offering was taken. A part of it
will be used for evangelistic work
in Brazil and a part will go to
Collegiate home in Montreal The
auxiliary birthday plan is used in
auxiliaries throughout the South
land and a large sum of money Is
contributed each year.
Birthday cake and punch were
served. A large group of men,
women and young people attended
Marriage of Mary Ruby
Nichols To Wm. Lampley
Took Place Last August
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Mary Rubuy
Nichols to William Frederick.
Lampley. The vows were solemn
ized on August 23, 1940, in Clay
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Silas Nichols, of Waynes
ville. She is a graduate of the
' local township high school.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Lampley, of
Memphis, Term;, and Miami, Fla.,
and connected with the United
States Bureau of Roads.
For the present the couple will
reside in Waynesville.
Mrs. William Hannah had as
her guests over the week-end Mr.
and Mrs. Robert L. Thompson, of
Mrs. Harry Sullivan left yes
terday' for her former home in
Laurens, S. C, where she will
Mrs. Mary Hyatt, of Eaton, Ga.,
is the guest this week of Mrs. Ruth
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Mrs. Ferguson And
Mrs. Perry To Give
Picnic For UDC
Mrs. Frank Ferguson and Mrs.
L. E. Perry will be joint hostessess
of the June meeting of the Hay
wood chapter of the United Daugh
ters of the Confederacy, on Friday,
the 6th. The members of the
children's chapter will be guests
of honor on the occasion.
The group will gather at noon
for a picnic lunch at the Dellwood
Camp, home of Mrs. Perry and the
program will be given in the af
ternoon. Mrs. 0. R. Martin will
have the paper, which will be on
"The Life of Jefferson Davis."
Hazelwood Baptist Women
To Meet This Afternoon
The Woman's Missionary Socie
ety of the Hazelwood Baptist
ichurch will meet as a circle at tne
home of Miss Letha Knight on
Thursday afternoon at 2:30
Charles E. Ray, Jr., had as his
guests over the week-end Mr. and
Mrs. Letta Johnston and Miss
Nancy Pope, of Columbia, S. C.
Billy Hannah and H. Parker
Parris leave Saturday for For
sythe, Ga., where they go to at
tend the graduation exercises from
Bessie Tift College, a sister of
the latter is a member of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nay, of
Fort Lauderdale, Fla., are visiting
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Constantin, at
the Moody Farm.
Among the guests who opened
the season at the Moody Farm,
are Miss Nelle White and Miss
Nezzie White, of Columbia, S. C,
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Coates, Jr.,
of Miami, Dr. and Mrs. Donaldson
and children, of Foyle, Minn., and
Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy, of Jack
Archie Sayles, of Raleigh, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Moody over the week-end.
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ville, Tenn., arrived on Monday to
visit her mother, Mrs. Jack Holtz
claw and her aunt, Mrs. Adora
Raine. Mrs. Houghland is the
former Miss Josephine Holtzclaw.
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Mrs. W. B. Young, of Jackson
ville, Fla., is hostess this week of
a houseparty of friends from Jack
sonville at her summer home at
Balsam. Her guests included mem
bers of a club as follows: Mrs.
Wililam H. Rogers, Mrs. C D.
Towers, Mrs. Franklin Russell,
Mrs. Montcalm Broward, Mrs.
George Roseborough, and Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. James G. Huggin,
Jr. and young daughter, Betsey
motored to Cowpens, S. C, on
Sunday afternoon, where the form
er delivered the baccalaureate
sermon at the Cowpens high school
on Sunday night.
Mrs. Ellen Louise Killian Queen,
Mrs. C. E. Weatherby and Mrs,
Harold Massie are visiting various
points in Florida.
Young, wonderfully becoming
dawk, wfrly dttalbd for Ms
eaton'i flattery. Nelly Don't
Cap Jaanine Print Nelletta (Enka
rayon) h cool poit.lt. On of a
pretty grevp of wnwner Soapwdt
fathioni excknlvely In our hUtty
Don Shop. Mue, Azalea pink,
green. 12-44, $4.50.
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Other Nelly Dons
Doctors Wives Are
Honored With Tea
By Local Women
The wives of the doctors who
came with their husbands to the
mrinir meeting of the Tenth Dis
trict Medical Society here yester
day afternoon, were tendered an
informal tea at the WaynesviUe
The affair was held in the lounge
of the main building of the club
which was arranged in quantities
of spring flowers in many attrac
Folio win or the serving of tea. the
visitors were shown over the club
and the grounds by Mrs. James M.
Long, who assisted in receiving.
The wives of the local doctors
were hostesses of the delightful
courtesy tendered the visitors,
with Mrs. R. Stuart Roberson
serving as general chairman of
Sara Louise Leatherwood
Outstanding In College
Activities At Peace
Miss Sarah Louise Leatherwood,
student at Peace Junior College,
arrived this week from Raleigh to
spend the summer vacation with
her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy
Leatherwood, of Jonathan Creek,
and her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. James R. Boyd, Jr.
Miss Leatherwood has been an
outstanding student at Peace. In
a recent election she was made
president of the athletic associa
tion, president of the Pi Theta Mu
literary society and vice president
of the local chapter of the Phi
Theta Kappa, national junior col
lege honor society. She is also a
member of the student council and
of the Papyrus Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Lewis,
who have spent the winter in Flor
ida have arrived to spend a few
weeks here with the latter's fath
er, Mr. W. T. Lee, at his home on
the Fairview road.
Miss Mary Lou EJwood, student
at Montreat Junior College, has
arrived to spend the summer with
her mother, Mrs. Jack Elwood.
Mrs. E. L. Withers and Miss
Hester Anne Withers, are visiting
the former's mother, Mrs. S. C.
Satterthwaite, at her home in At
lanta. Frank Ray, of Miami, who was
called here on account of the
death of his father, the late Clyde
H. Ray, is spending several weeks
with his sisters, Mrs. R. H. Breece,
Miss Mary and Miss Margaret Ray.
Mrs. J. D. Bivens, of Albemarle,
is expected to visit her sister, Mrs.
S. H. Bushnell, during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Colkitt,
who have spent the past two weeks
in the North, have returned home.
William McCracken, who was a
student last year at Mars Hill
College, has arrived in town for
the summer vacation.
Mrs. W. C. Allen and grand
daughter Allen Harte and grand
son, Humes Harte, Are visiting rel
atives in Eastern Carolina.
Mayor and Mrs. J. H. Way and
daughter, Miss Martha Way, and
son, Charles Burr Way, leave to
day for Greensboro, where they
will attend the graduating exer
cises of Greensboro College, Miss
Hilda Way, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Way, is a member of the
Joe Shipley, of Fort Jackson,
spent the week-end in town with his
Miss Queen Justice is spending
this week in Washington, D. C,
as the guest of relatives. Before
she returns home she -will . also
visit in New York.
Geo. A. Brown, Jr., made a bus
ness trip to Virginia during the
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Byers have
returned from Ialeigh where the
former attended the called meet-,
ing of the State Democratic Execu
tive committee which was held on
Friday night. They were accom
panied by their niece, Miss Marion
Morgan, who is making; her home
for the present with her sister in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allison had
as guests over the week-end Mrs.
Allison's mother, Mrs. Anderson
and her brother, Harold Anderson,
Mrs. T. V. Davis, Mrs. Robert
Davis, Charles Davis and John
Davis were guests of Mrs. John
Davis and family, of Galax, Vir
ginia, over the week-end.
Miss Mary Lela Sparks and
Buddy Sparks, of Spruce Pine,
left Saturday after a visit with
Miss Kathryn Blalock and Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones
and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Boyd left
Friday for a motor trip through
the Shenandoah National Park.
MRS. HOWELL UNDERWOOD,
who before her marriage on April
12, in Greenville, S. C, was Miss
Mary Bee Chambers. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Chambers, of Clyde, and a graduate
of the Clyde high school. Mr. Un
derwood is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Underwood. The couple
will make their home in Ratcliff
Cove. Mr. Underwood is engaged
in construction work.
Roy Robinson, who has been
employed in Newport News Vir
ginia for the past several months,
spent the week-end with his fam
ily in Hazelwood.
Mr. and Mrs. David Downen, of
Los Angeles, Calif., have announ
ced the arrival of a son on May 20.
Mrs. Downen will be remembered
here as Miss Elene Fisher,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trammell
and small daughter, Missie, and
Mrs. Nell Jacobs, of Greenville, S.
C, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Fisher and Miss Debrayda
Fisher. Helen Jewel Robinson,
who has been visiting the Tram
mells for the past week returned
to her home with them.
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Miss Sarah Queen, student at
the Woman's College of the Uni
versity of North Carolina, arrives
this week to spend the summer
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Queen, on the Dellwood road.
Bill Milner, who has attended
the University of South Carolina
the past year, came Wednesday to
spend the summer vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
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Mrs. Dave Schulhofer and Mrs.
Riley Morgan, are guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Schulhofer in Hazelwood.
Earl Whisenhunt, of Pearl Har
bor, in the Hawaiian Islands, is
spending a thirty day leave of
absence with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. IEL Whisenhunt. Earl has
had three years in the U. S. Naval
service, the greater part of which
has been spent in the Hawaiian
Mr. and Mrs. John Tittle, Miss
Dorothy Tittle, Lois Ann Tittle
and Mrs. Hubert Gaddy have re
turned to their homes after a visit
with relatives in Jacksonville and
other points in Florida.
Miss Wilma Hoyle left Thursday
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. S.
F. Lucas at Indian Head, Mary
land, and Miss Mattie K. Clark at
Miss Virginia Whitner has re
turned to her home after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Stevenson
at Indian Head, Maryland.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryson and
daughters, Mary Nell and June and
son, Harold, Mrs. Etta McCoy, of
Pine Creek and Mrs. Mae Marlette,
of Washington, made the trip to
South Carolina over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mehaffey
and small - son, Mrs. Bob Henry,
Mrs. David Wiggins and son, Sam
my Wiggins" and Mr. and Mrs. A.
N. Griffin and Carl Griffin, at
tended a birthday dinner at the
ftome of Mr. and Mrs. George
Cagle, near Walland, Tenn., on
Mrs, L. W. Swann, of Asheville,
spent the week-end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Walls.
Representatives of the Hazel
wood Presbyterian church, who
made the trip to Atlanta over the
week-end were: W. B. Winchester,
L. C. Davis, ! G. C. Summerrow,
Miss Ruth Summerrow, Miss Sel
ma Johnson and Frank Worthing
Bob Whisenhunt and small son,
Allen Doyle Whisenhunt, of Oneida,
Tenn,, and Mrs. May Taylor, of
Andrews, came Saturday for a
visit with their brother, J. E,
Whisenhunt, who is ill at his home
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Summer
row and daughter, Elizabeth, Mrs.
G. C. Summerrow and daughters,
Miss Edith Summerrow and Miss
Edna Summerrow and John Sum
merrow made the trip to Knoxville
through the Smoky Mountains
Park on Sunday.
Mrs. John Allen and young son,
Johnnie, left yesterday morning
for their home in Burlington, Vfc,
after spending two months here
as the guests of the former's par
ents. They were accompanied by
Dr. Thomas Stringfield and Miss
Alice Stringfield, who will spend
several days in Burlicgton be
fore returning home.
Miss Betty Burgin, who has
been attending Peace Junior Col
lege in Raleigh, has returned home
to spend the summer with her
mother, Mrs. Chas. Burgin.
Miss Catherine Jones, who at
tended Peace Junior College last
year, has arrived to spend the
summer vacation with her mother,
Mrs. Sam Jones, at her home on
the Balsam road.
Mrs. Lucile Shapard, of Fort
Myers, Fla., has arrived for the
summer season. She is a guest
temporarily at Oak Park. Mrs.
Shapard will be associated with
Mrs. Hugh Abel in the manage
ment of the Mountain Club,
Hugh Dickey, of Sweetwater,
Tenn., is visiting his grandfather,
W. T. Lee, and his aunt, Mrs. James
e e e '
Mr. fend Mrs. Tom Lee, Jr., of
Spartanburg, were the guests over
the week-end of relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Cuddeback
spent the week-end in Mills River
with the latter's parents.
Mrs. Charles W. Balentine and
small son, Charles, II, spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs.
J. C. Tate, in Lincolnton.
Mrs. Janice Medford Jones has
returned to Woodston, N. J., after
a short visit with her mother, Mrs.
Roy L. Medford and 'small son,
Carl, of Crabtree.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Stentz
and daughter, Miss Mary Stentz,
have returned from Bristol, Va.,
where they attended the gradua
tion exercises of Virginia-Inter-mont,
from which Miss Jane
Stentz graduated. They were ac
companied home by the latter
who will, spend the summer va
IzJ $775 JTy
Meeting Here ,
Draws Large Crowd
(Continued from page 1
Burnett, Ira Howell, Joe Michal.
The Rotarians present, were:
J. C. Brown, Dr. Tom Stringfield,
James Neat, Jack Messer, C N.
Allen, A. P. Ledbetter, Hugh Mas
sie, T. M. Seawell, J. C. Lynn, Dr.
S. P. Gay.
Ralph Prevost, W. Curtis Russ,
Aaron Prevost, N. W. Garrett, E.
N. Wood, Dr. J. R. McCracken, J.
Dale Stentz, Dr. C. N. Sisk, Charles
Ray, H. G. Hammett, J. G. Hug
gin, Jr., Jonathan Woody, J. H.
Way, Guy Massie, Ernest Withers,
William Medford and Dr. R. H.
Those of the Lions Club pres
ent were: G. W. Colkitt, Dr. G.
M. Davis, Jack Felmet, John Riet
zel, J. W. Boyd, L. T. New, Jr., W.
S. Porter, Everett Camp, J. W.
W. L. Hardin, Jr., W. A. Copen
ing, C. D. Ketner, G. C. Ferguson,
Bill Prevost. F. E. Massie, Paul
Davis, Henry Davis, James Queen,
Richard Gerringer, Harry Mc
Cracken, James C. Moore, Howard
Hyatt and Roy Parkman.
Miss Anna Medford, who has
been attending the Woman's Col
lege of the University of North
Carolina, is arriving tomorrow to
spend the summer vacation here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ruth Supplee, of Haddon
Heights, N. J., is expected in town
tomorrow. She will visit two
classmates, at the Woman's Col
lege of the University of North
Carolina, Miss Anna Medford and
Miss Sarah Queen. '
Mrs. Lucy Jennings, of New
York, arrived yesterday to spend
a month with her mother, Mrs.
George Washington, who has made
her home at Sunset Cottage, Lake
Junaluska, for the past several
. e e
Miss Corinne Wagenfeld plans
to leave Saturday for Newport
News, where she will visit her
brother, Bob Wagenfeld, From
there she will go to New York
City where she will visit friends
before returning home.
Rigid Enforcement fw
Laws Begins Here SiJ
(Continued from pt.,
wares will have to find othf
Do you have your Cjt J
tag? Every resident owni
automobile operated in t
of Waynesville will be
to register such vehicle
town clerk and pay a fee
and procure a license
eludes a town license pi
The day of Main street
ing lots for taxi cabs is ,
operator of such vehicle
for such a purpose on Ma
on the north side of Eai
between Main and a p
feet East or on either i
Church street, Miller st
Depot street between arv
The bus that they nti
catch may be waiting to i
nil the nrnflnMtivA
, r 1 v jaoaeng
know from Main street i
to he no mim .tnnnin.l
senger buses operating of
uiai Bbucuuie uii eitner
Mum flfreof Kafie.. ti.
Hotel and the Hotel W J
Another important face
AffiMAW il , I f
cvcijr umct mates inai n
to enforce the new law
Funeral Services To
Today For Lee Fergul
. .. (Continued from pag
Nannie Redmond Fergusa
sons, bhopk Ferguson,
two, Waynesville, Grovel
son, of Clyde, Route 1, anl
ard W. Ferguson, of Atlaf
daughters, Mrs. F. C. Ci
Mrs. Carl Green, of Fine
Mrs. tJrawford McCrad
Waynesville, and Mrs.
lison and Mrs. Jule Boyd,
Waynesville, Route two;
ter, Mrs. Rachael Clark,
nes ville, Route two; two
Andy Ferguson, of Hazel
Memn Ferguson, of Wa
11 grandchildren and tt
Sam Knight and a
friends, of Greer. S. C.
week-end nshinsr on Lata
near Columbia, S. C.
y -is i
Have you tried a pair ol I
NEW RHYTHM STEP H
if not. you should m'i
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