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THE WAYNESVILLE MOCNTAINEEIt
Mrs. G. C. Plott Honors
Mrs. T. W. Stevenson
With Party Thursday
Mrs. G. C. Plott assembled a
Croup of friends at her home
lnursday aiternoon as a courtesy
to Mrs. T. W. Stevenson, of San
Diego, Califs the former Miss
Mrs. Plott was assisted in re
ceivinsr bv her daughters. Mr
Wayne Battle, of Bryson City,
Mrs. jKninehart, of Canton, and Miss
The guest list was confined to
former friends of Mrs. Stevenson
when she resided here, as follows:
Mrs. Lillian Hart, Mrs. C. P. Kirk
Patrick. Mrs. W. A. Medford. Mrs
Lawrence Green, Miss Sylla Davis,
Mrs. Koy Martin, Mrs. Kate Mor
ris, Miss Nan Horton, and Mrs.
I. A. Holtzclaw, of Canton, the
latter a sister of the honor truest
Honor George A. Kunze
The deacons of the Waynesville
rresbytenan church were hosts on
Friday eveninir of a aunner hnnnr.
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ins: George A. Kunze, one of their
members who will leave in the
near future for Leaksville, where
he will be located.
The affair was given at the "Fie
Top Camp," of Albert Abel. Those
attending the gunner were tha fnl.
lowing: R. L. Prevost, H. C. Lind-
Siey, Kalph frevost, Johnnie Cud
deback. Whitener Prevot. Rnh C.ih.
son, Albert Abel, H. C. McBride,
C if. Hosaflook, and George A.
Flies to Children
Marriage Of Miss Nellie MehaffeylUons Club Stages DAR Chapter Has Last
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Ana uu n a war as Announced novel rany ai uxw,uiy j rrvunesaau
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lUUUUCilCC IVttlU-al lf I. 4ue "ambers of tUrJ
J-A : Two Stars Meet , rA? , $
Lady Cathleen 8. Oneenahm--. linu
husband is a direct descendant of
tna originator of tha Queensbory
rules in boxing, arrives at New
New York b trans-Atlantic nlaa
irom curope. one is en route to
Canada to visit her children, Lady
Jan Douglas, 13, and Lord Drora-
Mrs. Charles Woodward
Honors Husband on
Mrs. Charles Woodwarrf wm
hostess of a buffet supper party on
Tuesday evening as a courtesy to
her husband on the occasion of
his birthday anniversary. Ar
rangements of pink roses adorned
Following the serving of supper
bridge and other card games were
enjoyed, with dancing closing the
evening. The guest list included
around fifty friends of the hostess
and her husband.
Mr. Woodward was the recipient
of many gifts and congratulations
'on the anniversary.
Mrs. H. A. Hall and daughter,
Louella Hall, left Tuesday for
Greenville, S. C, where they joined
Mr. Hall for the remainder of the
week, They are attending the
Greenville horse show.
Local Girls Attending
Camp at Lake Junaluska
The following srirls are attending
a ten day carao now in einn at
Camp Allegro at Lake Junaluska:
Anne tdmunds, Kosemary Herman,
Mary Anne Massie, Betsy Siler,
Bebe Medford, Vivian Watkins,
octty Jo Brown. Jane DuHlov
Francis, Nicky Prevost, Barbara
Anne Boyd, and Betsv Siler. Miaa
Lois Massie is serving as junior
Mr. and Mrs. Grover L. Davis
I Entertain on Saturday P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover L. Davis
were hosts on Saturday af
ternoon of a party honoring their
small daughter, Carolyn Davis, at
their home on Chestnut Park Drive.
During the afternoon about BO
friends and relatives called.
Group From Local Church
Attend Montreat Conference
The following group of young
people from the Waynesville Pres
byterian church attended the young
people's senior and intermediate
conference of the Southern Presby,
terian church held in Montreat
last week: Dorothy Richeson, Alice
Russell, Doris Grahl, Mary Ann
Kunze, Ida Lou Gibson, I la Jean
Evans, and Jimmy Elwood.
Mrs. Clem Cabe was hostess on
Wednesday evening of a party in
compliment to her sister. Miu
Annie Austin, of Cosseta, Ga. The
evening was featured by eames and
music. Several contests were en
joyed with prizes being awarded
to winners. The living room was
arranged in azalea, spires, roses,
and other summer flowers. The
hostess was assisted bv Miss Dor
othy Hill and Miss Lillian Moore.
The guest list included: Miss Ber
nice Caddis, Miss Lucy Head. Miss
Jane White, of Andrews. Mrs.
Ethel Moore, Mrs. i Jack Moore,
Mrst Quince Potest, Mrs. Francis
Partbn, Miss Maurice Styles, of
Canton. Harry Gaddis.: of Camn
Laughing Owl, Oscar Moore, Jack
Gibson, Gordon Gaddis, Jake
Moore. Frank Painter, of Svlva.
Fletcher Hill, James Moor, Clem
Cabe, and Joe Moore.
Parade of Slacks
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Cooll Washablel Cheapl
Come in and look over this large .selection
of slacks-and trousers. Included are chev
iots, twills and tweeds in all shades and '
sizes, with belts to match, either plain or J
pleated. They are just the thin; for sum- ;
mer wear. J
Mr. and Mrs. William Lawson
Mehaffey have announced the mar
riage of their daughter. Miss
Nellie Mehaffey, to . Lieutenant
Charles William Edwards. Jr of
Lake Junaluska and Durham.
Toe vows were aolemnizmf on
Friday, May the 23rd. in Green
Mrs. Edwards is a rradoate of
the Waynesville townshio hieh
school and of Blanton's Business
Collesre. of Asheville. She was
formerly secretary to the county
weuare officer here and at the
time of her marriaee was reaulinr
in Washington, D. C where she
held a position in the War De
Lieutenant Edwards is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles William
Edwards, of Durham. He is a grad
uate of Duke University and a
member of the Phi Delta Theta
fraternity. He is temporarily
stationed at Camp Forrest, Tenn.
ne nas neen in active service
since September, when he left here
witn company "H" of the 120th
Infantry of the National Guard
and has been stationed at Fort
Jackson until recently,
Mrs. Clem " Cabe Gives Party
For Sister, Miss Annie Austin
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C. of C. Chapter Meets
With Mrs. b K ' Ailev
At Lake Junaluska
The Havwood chanter of the
children of the Confederacy met
Friday afternoon with their leader.
Mrs. F. E. Alley, Jr., at Lake
Junaluska. During the afternoon
swimminff in the lake was enfoved.
following which supper was served.
The meeting was held during sup
per;, hour. ..
Miss Mary and Miss Jane Stents
were selected to retirement the
chapter on the program that will
be given over WWNC this month
under the auspices of the local
adult chapter ol the Daughters of
Miss Eugenia Martin, president of
the children chapter, presided.
Miss Debravda Fisher. Mrs.
Robert Trammell and young daugh
ter, of Greenville,-and Mrs. Clyde
Fisher and daughter, of Hazelwood.
are spending this week in Wedowee,
Ala., visiting their mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bridges had
as their guests over the week-end,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold SnenrmAn and
two children, Norvel and Gwendolyn
Spearman, and Miss Gertrude
Bridges, of Greenville, S. C,
Miss Emily Siler has returned
home for the summer vacation
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Rufus Siler. Miss Siler attended
the University of North Carolina
lasi year, and following commence
ment, she visited friends in Wil
Leon Killian. Jr.. who has been
spending some time here with his
parents, left this week for New
port News, where he will resume
Mrs. John N. Shoolbred is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. R JS. Wood
in Elizabethton, Tenn.
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Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Marsh, of
Bryson City, and Mr. and Mrs.
Marion Hensley, of Lenoir, were
guests of friends here over the
week-end. ' ;
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Miss Billie Rotha has returned
home after visiting her sister, Mrs.
martin Berry, in Pleasant Valley.
Mrs. T. W. Stevenson, of San
Diego, Calif., is visiting relatives
in the county. Mrs. Stevenson is
the former Miss Roberta Havnea.
and this is her first visit to Way
nesville in sixteen years.
Mrs. H. L. Horton. of Raleiarh.
is expected to Join her sister. Mrs.
T. . W. Stevenson, of San Dieeo.
here for a visit this week.
a a a
Mrs. Nina Howell Darck. of New
York City, has arrived in town to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Sister M. Ancilla, Sister M. Cor
ene, Sister M. Paulua, and Sister
M. Ignatius, who have been teach
ing in St John's Catholic School
left Friday for a visit in Milwaukee.
What Wfll tha wnnum think nt Mrt f
Here's the latest. Barbara Brier
Wears Otm IwuImv it t fntn
copper hat introduced at the West-
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era aieiaj congress in lm Angeles.
iney eaj K a as light as straw.
Local State Guard to
Sponsor Square Dance
supper party followed by a square
wi i .1 t .L.
aance on inursaay mgni i wv
Cataloochee Ranch aa a courtesy
to their wives and friends.
The places were marked by min-
lalnr-a himnM aiul lartr nannani
nandkerchieis to which rings wim
the name of the club attached.
The ladies were presented small
laaaoa anvi hrnnvht thier escorts
by this novel means to the long
table at which the supper was
Alvin Ward, president of the
club, was master ' ox ceremonies.
Wayne Corpening was chairman of
arrangements lor the party.
D Bring the serving of the sup
per a program with many amus
ing surprises waa presented Dy
After supper, to the tune of a
eolonul music by a local group,
many figures of the square dance
a 'a a "
Double Marriaee Takes
Place in Greenville .
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The double marriaee of Miss
Hfo.. u':n:. i-i..t
The local state guard will sponsor Jonn VSson J- Crawford greet,
quare dance m the Armory on lJlJfT Margo. dancing star of .the VS
and screen, at New York's Waldorf
a square dance in the Armory on
Friday night beginning at nine
o'clock. Music will be furnished
by a well known mountain group.
1 he figures will be called by mem
bers of the famous Soco Gap Dance
The proceeds will be used for the
benefit of the state truard. The
public is cordially invited to at
leader-uncle, Xavier Cujgat j
been announced this week
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The dnuhl wromnnv tnot nlp. I - ..Uurx
at Greenville. S. C on Sunday. mHa Jirti t k- l j
T a. - I r . lunniuun.
Mrs. Swaneer ia the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Williamson,
of the Bethel section. She is a
graduate of the Bethel hieh
school in the class of 1941
Mr, Swanger is the son of Mr.
Mrs. Wavne Battle and voun?
son, of Bryson Cty, spent the past
week with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Plott.
Mr. and Mrs. Georee Tavlor have
as their euests for two weeks. Mrs.
Kermit Taylor and small daugh
ter, Lynne, of Washington, V. C.
Mrs. Marv Moore and Miss
Stephanie Moore have returned to
Lake Junaluska front a visit to
eastern Carolina, where thev were
joined by Mr. and Mrs. Holt Moore
and small son, of New York City,
who accompanied them home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Green anent
Sundav in Asheville viaitin? their
daughter, Mrs, Fred Campbell who
is a patient in the Biltmore Hos
Mrs. James B. Frady, who was
onerated on two weeks utra at.
the Havwood County HosDitaL has
returned to her home and is re
ported much improved.
Mrs. S. T. Neal. who haa been
visiting her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neal,
in California, has returned east
and is now the guest of her son-
in- law and dan enter. Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Trotter in Reids-
Kennfeth Palmer, who ia nnw
located on Long Island, is spend
ing his vacation here with his
mother, Mrs. James Palmer.
John Morris, of Fort Jackson.
spending ten days here with his
mother, Mrs. T.C Morris.
L. M. Richeson left Saturday
for a two weeks vacation at Myrtle
J. J. Truby, of Stark, Florda, is
spending some time here as the
guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W. Kil
lian. The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Shack
ford have aa ther guests the form
er's parent, Dr. and Mrs. John
W. Shackford, Miss Ella Shack
ford, Miss Elizabeth Shackford, and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kevea. nf
New York City, were guests during i
the week of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. i
Kilhan, Miss Nancy Killian, and
Captain and Mrs. W. F. Swift.
Mrs. Harry Frehn, of Bristol,
Tenn., is spending this week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
. Mrs. R. Stuart Roberson has as
her guest for an extended visit
her sister, Miss Agnes Simons, who
teaches in the city schools of Kan
napolis. a a a
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown and
daughter, Sarah and son, William
Brown, of Athens, Ga., spent the
week-end with Miss Nancy Killian.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Stamey and
their son, Miles Stamey, Mrs.
Dwight Beaty and her son, Dwight
Beaty, Jr., and Miss Ann Albright
visited Mrs. C B. McKeal at her
home in Charlotte last week. Mrs.
McKeal is the former Miss Elisa
beth Albright, of Waynesville.
Sergeant Len Medford, of Fort
Douglas, Utah, left Monday for a
short visit with his parents in
Seattle, Wash, before returning to
duty at the reception center at
Fort Douirlas. Serjeant M1fnt
has been visiting friends and rela
tives nere lor the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Campbell and
James S. Queen left Friday for
Morehead City. En route thev
were joined in Raleigh by Mrs.
and Mrs. Rufus Swaneer. of Can- Queen, who had been visiting
ton. He srraduted from the Bethel parents. The party will take
high school in 1939 and holds a a cita?e for a ten days vacation
and Fibre Co. j Walter Mock, of Boone, was the
Mrs. Williamson is the daughter du"ng the week of Leon
of Mrs. Jim Hargrove, of Bethel I "UJan JT- al lne home 01 ms
and is a graduate of the Bethel
Mr. Williamson also balds a no-ID
sition with the Champion Paper and I
Fibre Company. 1 1
Both young couples will reside
in Highland Park, Canton. B
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson and B
son. Null, of Decatur. Ga.. anent
the past week in town as guests of
Miss Nancy Killian. Mr. John-
son is a member of the Music de- I
partment of Agnes Scott College. I
Mrs. Fred Campbell, who under
went a major operation at the Bilt-
more Hospital last Saturday, is
reported to be making satisfactory I
progress. , . II
the Amerir P 'T
June meeting, the W!
year, on Wednesday
Paper of the afterToo;"
j vi ioe nair and
SUr Spangled Ban-",d
gave an mttlin - '
The rerent u;j .1 .
placed the official n . J
and that at a later data
services would be conduct,
ber of the program eom3
the coming year.
Special guests of the J
mrs. james G. Hs,
Mrs. Fred Page, of Fori
dale. Mrs. Lilv Rm j
York City, and Miss SaiJ
Meet on Tuesday, i
The circles of
of Christian Service of tl
Methodist church uin
Tuesday afternoon, June
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Grover C. Davis, at 7 -id
with Mrs. W. L. McCrackJ
sociate hostess; circle tl
Mrs. W. L. Hardin, wift,
Dale Stentz as assoriato
at 3:30 o'clock; circle thH
Mrs. Tom Seawell at a-an
circle four, with Mrs. FnJ
and Miss Frances Robesol
sociate hostess at 7:30 0
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee. .!
the week-end in town with if
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Iamk Pastry and Coffee Cakes Assorted Cup CW
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