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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Party On Saturday
Mrs. R. L. Prevost and Mrs.
Whitener Prevost entertained on
Saturday afternoon with' a card
party in compliment to Miss Hasel
tine Swift, bride-elect of this week.
The affair was given at the home
of the former. The bridal motif
was used throughout the party
appointments and the arrangement
of the flowers.
When the scores were totaled
Miss Sarah Jane Walker and Miss
Jane White were found to be the
winners of the top scores. Miss
Swift was presented with some
. silver in her chosen pattern.
I Making up the tables were Miss
I Haseltine Swift, Miss Joyce Junip
er, Miss Sarah Jane Walker, Miss
Hilda Way, Miss Mary Stents,
Miss Jane Stents, Miss Margaret
Preston, of Birmingham, Miss
Mary Lou El wood, of Canton, Ohio,
and Waynesville, Miss Corinne
Wagenfeld, Miss Jane White, Miss
Dorothy Baldwin, of Tabor City,
Miss Carolyn Rose, of Chicago,
Mrs. Calvin Houghland, of Nash
ville, Miss Hester Anne Withers,
Miss Martha Way, and Miss Anne
McClenegahan, of Raleigh. Join
ing the group at the tea hour were
Mrs. W. P. Swift, mother of the
bride-elect, Mrs. J. Dale Stentz,
mother of the bridegroom-elect,
and Mrs. Avis Mingus, of Spar
Mrs. M. G. Stamey Gives
Supper Party for Nephew
Mrs. M. G. Stamey was hostess
of an informal supper party on
Wednesday evening honoring her
nephew, Charles McKeel, of Char
lotte, who is her guest, and also
of her sister, Miss Anne Albright.
The guest list included Dorothy
Richeson, Patsy Gwyn, Ruthie
Wagenfeld and her guest, Anne
English, of Ashevillje,' Charles
McKeel, Jack Richeson, Jimmy El
wood, and Dwight Beaty.
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Mrs. Joe Gill Gives
Luncheon Wednesday For
Niece, Miss Barbara Gill
Mrs. Joe Gill was hostess of a
luncheon on Wednesday as a cour
tesy to her young niece, Miss Bar
bara Gill, of Witchita, Kan., who
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray F. Gill, are visiting here.
The affair was given at the Green
Tree Tea Room, with Miss Caro
lyn Rose and Miss Hester Anne
Wither assisting the hostess.
The guest list included the honor
guest, Mary Stents, Anne Osborne,
and Patsy Gwyn.
Honor Miss Swift
With Party Friday
Mrs, T. Lenoir Gwyn and Mrs.
Tom Campbell-entertained with a
luncheon on Friday as a courtesy
to Miss Haseltine Swift, whose
marriage to Lt David Stentz
takes place on Saturday, August
Yellow flowers were used as a
decorative note. Following the
serving of luncheon the guests en
joyed several progressions of rum
my, with Miss Anne McClenega
han, of Raleigh, and Miss Jane
White winners of the two prizes
given. Miss Swift was presented
two pieces of her chosen pattern of
silver, ; . ', ''
The guest list included the fol
lowing: Miss Haseltine Swift,
Mrs, W. F. Swift, Mrs, J. Dale
Stentz, Miss Nancy Killian, Miss
Jane Stentz, Miss Mary Stentz,
Miss Hilda Way, Miss Corinne
Wagenfeld, Miss Jane White and
her guest, Miss Dorothy Baldwin,
of Tabor City, Miss Sara Jane
Walker, Miss Joyce Juniper, Miss
Mary Lou Elwood, of Canton, Ohio,
and Waynesville, Miss Margaret
Preston, of Birmingham, Ala.,
Miss Martha Way, Miss Anne Mc
Clenegahan, of Raleigh, and Mrs.
Ellen Louis Killian Queen.
Evelyn Craig Gives
Dance On Fifteenth
Miss Evelyn Craig was hostess
of an informal dance on Tuesday
evening at the FFA chapter house
in celebration of her 15th birthday
anniversary. She was assisted in
receiving, her guests by her mother,
Mrs. George Craig. The assembly
room was attractively arranged in
a color motif of red, white and
blue, with arrangements of flowers
in the three colors. v
The guest list included the fol
lowing: Lois Massie, Loraine Mar
tel, Mildred Milner, Anne Osborne,
Velma McClure, Dorothy Richeson,
Jean Rotha, Dorothy Ryder, of
Canton, Helen Jewell Robinson,
Betsy Siler, Ruby Frances Brown,
Jeanette Burgin, Patsy Burgin,
Doris Colkitt, Shirley Colkitt, Ade
laide Davis, Kathryn Davis, and
Peggy Hyder and Kitty Woodard,
Anne Edmunds, Betty Francis,
Anne Fanner, Jane Dudley Francis,
Patsy Gwyn, Dorothy Greer, Jen
nie Greer, Theresa Alley, Merrill
Green, Kathenne Green, Dons
Grahl, Mimi Gorsline, Louella Hall,
Rosemary Herman, Miriam Isen
hour, Virginia Jackson, Nan Liner,
Eloise Martin, " Louise Martin,
Bebe Medford, Martha Mae Wyche,
Betty Wilson, Ruthie Wagenfeld,
and guest, Anne English, of Ashe
ville, Carroll Bell, Mary Ellen
Boone, Betty Bradley.
Also Bill Hannah, Clyde Greer,
Jack Richeson, Billy Ray, J, D.
Hyatt, Jimmy Elwood. Jack Worth
ihgton, Ben Colkitt, Noble Garrett,
Wallace Nave, of Asheville, Henry
Foy, Winston Davis, Fred Palmer,
Bobby Lee, Jim Leatherwood, Em
mett Green, Gene Medford, Billy
Davis, James Fie, Spaldon Under
wood, Jr., Phil Medford, Joe Tate,
Don Hyatt, Alden Hall, Charles
Way, Fred Martin, Jr., Edmond
Hannah, . Tommy Davis, Chas.
Leatherwood, Dean Ledford, Harry
McCracken, Lester Burgin, Jr.,
Richard Bradley, Colvin Brown, Jr.,
Erwin Burgin, Billy Fish, Mack
Green, Billy Dover, Zeb Curtis, Jr.,
Oren Coin, Earl Buckner, Bobby
Colkitt, Fred Saunders, Jr., Bron
son Matney, Jr., Haywood Plott,
Joe Massie, Rex Hosaflook, and
Mrs. J. Webster
Is Honored With
Mrs. Harry Rotha and her
daughters, Miss Tillie Rotha and
Miss Billie Rotha, entertained on
Wednesday afternoon at their
home on Pigeon street with a mis
cellaneous shower in compliment
to Mrs. Joseph Webster, of Joilet,
111., who before her marriage in
the early spring was Miss Har
riett Boyd, of Waynesville.
The house was arranged in
quantities of flowers in a number
of varieties and colors. Mrs. Web
ster was the recepient of many
Those invited included: Mrs.
Johnny Ferguson, Mrs. Grady
Clayton, Mrs, Thad Chafin, Mrs.
James R. Boyd, Mrs. James R.
Boyd, Jr., Mrs. Grady Boyd, Miss
Daisey Boyd, Miss Bessie Boyd,
Mrs. J. G. Huggin, Jr., Miss Mar
garet Hyatt, Mrs. Frank Martin,
Mrs, , Leo Riegar, Miss Mary Ruby
Davis, , Mrs. Robert Palmer, Miss
Fannie Pearl Campbell.
Also Mrs. E. C. Wagenfeld, Mrs.
Troy Wyche, Mrs. J. Howell Way,
Mrs. Jack Way, Miss Mattie Moody,
Miss Annie Dee Kirkpatrick, Mrs.
Eddie Menchin, of New York City,
Mrs. Hazel Ferguson Troy, ol
Durham, Mrs, William Medford
Mrs. J. K. Boone, Mrs. W. L. Har
din, Jr., Mrs. Dewey Stovall, Mrs,
Claude Rogers, and Miss Mabel
Clark and her guest, Mrs. Randolph
Wells, of Knoxville.
Misses Blalock Gave
Party Saturday Night
Margaret and Doris Blalock en
tertained a few of their friends
Saturday night with a party. Games
and dancing were features of the
entertainment, after which refresh
ments were served.
Those present were: Edna and
Edith Summerrow, Teddy and Betty
Parris, Phyhs Ferguson, Joy Lan
drum, Anna Jean and Catherine
Davis, Patsy Rogers, Helen Jewell
Robinson, Patsy Blalock, Carolyn
Young, Ruth Edwards, and Fletcher
Ferguson, Buddy Morrison, Bobby
Robinson, Billy Blalock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McCracken,
Miss Elsie McCracken, Thurman
McCracken, and Mrs. John Jeffers
and son, Jack, were the guests of
their aunt, Mrs. Sam Hill, of Spar
tanburg, over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Colkitt had
as their guests over the week-end
the letter's sister, Miss Helene
Goldey and a party of friends, of
Atlantic City, who were en route
to Mexico. Miss Goldey plans to
return home by way of Waynes
ville and make her sister another
visit later in the season.
Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Landrum
and daughters, Joy and Genevia, of
Tifton, Ga., are spending some
time with Mr. and Mrs. William
ITaynes Family Will Hold
Annual Reunion on 16th
At Home of G. C. Haynes
The annual Haynes family reun
ion will be held at the home of
George C. Haynes, which was the
original old H. P. Haynes home
place on Saturday, the 16th.
The day's program will start
around 10 o'clock with a devotional
service. The annual address will
be delivered by the Rev. J. B. Gnce,
of Calvary Baptist church, of Ashe
ville. A number of informal talks
will be made and several quartets
and duets will be rendered.
All members of the family and
friends are invited to bring a bas
ket dinner which will be spread at
the noon hour,
Mrs. Jack Elwood
Honors Mother On
Mrs. Jack Elwood, of Canton,
Ohio, and Waynesville,' entertain
ed with a luncheon on Thursday
in compliment to her mother, Mrs.
H. L. MacFayden, on the occasion
of her eighty-second birthday an
niversary, , She was assisted by
her sister, Miss Louise MacFay
den, in receiving the guests.
The long luncheon table was cen
tered by an arrangement of white
roses and yellow astermums in an
irresidecent bowl placed on an ob
long reflector. All the glass ap
pointments were also in iresidecent
pieces. The guests were presented
potted plants in green and yellow
pots on which their names had been
Mrs, MacFayden has resided in
Waynesville for the past fifty
years. She is a native of Eastern
North Carolina and was born in
Elizabeth town. She is the daugh
ter of Mayor, and Mrs. Benjamin
F. Rinadi, the former a hero of
the War Between the States. She
is the wife of the late Dr. H. L.
MacFayden. well known physician
who practiced his profession here
for more than a half century.
She had been prominent in the
work of the Waynesville Presby
terian church and she and her
family have been identified with
the affairs of the community for
many years. She is beloved by
a large circle of friends here.
Those invited for the luncheon
were Mrs. B. F. Smathers, Mrs.
II . G. West, Mrs. John K. Boone,
Mrs. J. Howell Way, Mrs. T. G.
Massie, Mrs. Chas. E. Thomas,
Mrs. Jennie MacFayden, Mrs. S.
A. Jones, Mrs. P. L. Turbyfill,
Mrs. H. C. Lindsley, Mrs. M. E.
LaFollette, of Deland, Ha., Miss
Lily White, of Elizabethtown, and
Mrs. G. E. MacNeill, of Dublin,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Tittle and
daughter, Geraldine, of Jackson
ville, Fla.y are visiting Mr. Tittle's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John- Tittle,
of Hazelwood. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Allen have
visiting them this week Mrs.. Alton's
brother, Ed Fisher and Mrs. Fisher,
also Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hoover
and son, Eddie, all of Altoona, Pa.
Mrs. John Shoolbred has as her
guests for the moth, Mrs, R. G.
Wiggins and daughter, Miss Mary
Eleanor Wiggins, of Estill, S. C.
Bill Hannah had as his guests
over the week-end Charlie Johnson,
Jr., and Richard Johnson, of Ral
eigh, and Parker Paris, of Gatlin-
burg. ' ,
. ... ;
Mr. and Mrs. Lochlan Hvatt. of
Newport News, Va., are returning
home this week after visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Hyatt. .'
Beautify Your Home
Martha and Hilda
Way Honor Bride
Miss Martha and Miss Hilda
Way entertained on Tuesday morn
ing with a card party followed by
luncheon in compliment to Miss
Haseltine Swift, whose marriage
to Lt David Stents will take place
The hostesses were assisted is
receiving by their mother, Mrs.
J. H. Way, Jr., and their sister,
Mrs. Tom Campbell - For the oc
casion the rooms were arranged
in quantities of flowers in mixed
varieties, with yellow predominat
ing. When the cards were put away
the two top winners were present
ed prizes. The bride-elect and
Mrs. George Stents, of Newport
News, whose marriage took place
in the early spring, were also pre
sented remembrances of the oc
The guest list included Miss Has
eltine Swift, Mrs, George Stentz,
of Newport News, Miss Jane
Stentz, Miss Mary Stentz, Miss
Sara Jane Walker, Miss Billie
Rotha, Miss Annoinette Salley, of
Asheville, Miss'Mary Lou Elwood,
Miss Margaret Preston, of Birming
ham, and Miss Marjone Troutman,
of Atlanta, guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Jonathan Woody, . ' .
Joining the party at the lunch
eon weret Mrs. W. F. Swift, Mrs.
J. Dale Stentz, Mrs. Awa Mingus,
of Spartanburg, Mrs.. J. Howell
Way, Mrs. James Atkins, Jr., Miss
Corinne Wagenfeld, Miss Sarah
Welch, and Miss Nancy Killian.
Sub-Deb Club To
By Bronson Matney
The Sub-Deb club composed of
a group of high school and college
girls is sponsoring a concert given
by Bronson Matney, Jr., at the
community center , tonight at ', 8
Young Matney, whose voice is
well known in this section, will be
accompanied by his. mother, Mrs.
Bronson Matney. The program will
also consist of piano and dance
numbers by local talent.
Mrs. Rea, the former
Mrs. Chas. U. Miller "
And Husband Visit Here
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Isaac'
Rea, of(( Fort Meade, Fla., were
guests here during the week. Mrs.
Rea is the former Mrs. Charles U.
Miller, of Waynesville, who has
many f riends in this section of the
state. Mrs. Rea has not resided here
in several years, having returned
to her former home in Fort Wayne,
Ind., but has made frequent trips
Mr. and Mrs. Rea were married
on June the 3rd in Fort Wayne and
following their marriage made an
extended visit to points in Okla
homa and Texas from which they
were returning as they stopped
Mr. Rea is in business on Fort
Meade where the couple will re
side. He is a former mayor of
Fort Meade and has extensive in
terests there and in Oklahoma.
. " .
Mr. and Mrs. Garland F. Robe
son, of Beaufort, S. C, spent the
week-end here as the guests of
the former's parents, Prof, and
Mrs. E. J. Robeson.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred N. Pegg and
son, Billy, have returned to their
home in Kernersville, after spend
ing the past week with the form
er' sister, Mrs. R. C. Tuttle.
. COME IN
Business Woman's Circle
Presbyterian Church to
Sponsor Supper Tuesday
The Business Woman's Circle of
the Presbyterian church will spon
sor a fellowship . supper at the
church on Tuesday the 19th at
Following the serving of supper
an informal program will be pre
sented. Members of the church
and friends are cordially invited to
attend. A small charge will be
Mrs. Hallet Ward is chairman of
the circle sponsoring the affair
and Mrs. Jimmy Neal is chairman
of the committee on the supper ar
The following delegates from -the
Hazelwood Baptist church were ap
pointed to attend the Haywood
County Baptist Association meet
ing at the Riverside and East Fork
churches: Mrs. Sam Knight, Will
Snyder, the Rev. Ellis Arrington,
Lee Grant Clark, Mrs. David Gaddy,
and Miss Elizabeth Noland.
BOOSTERS TO MEET
The Hazelwood Boosters Club
will meet Thursday night in the
Town Hall at 7:00.
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