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UnAY. AUGUST 14, 1941
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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frfwer tht. her.
fever the weekend.
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, u- Sam Melton have
M lr Mr and
W.of Mobile, Ala., and
Sd Fry, of Spring City,
. cr1air Jones and
Z. Ealph and Vincent, of
W.. .M visiting
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L in town. Mr. and Mm
formerly or wu
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.hit taueht at one time
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hg some n""
L daughter, Mrs. Jimmy
L ...:ari tn visit Mr. and
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limmy Neal. Later in the
Mrs. Neal piana to
ifornia where she will spend
months with her son, Chas.
FmPt K. Herman had as
test during- the week Miss
Edwards, who formerly
m the hieh school here.
ronia is now connected
Ee Mills Home in Thomas-
Sim H. Morgan and two
ti, of Savannah, are visiting
mer's cousin, Mrs. Francis
Mrs. Morgan is the form.
Hollis Smith and has
Ratnh Lucus. who has been
lest of Miss Wilma Hoyle
past ten days, leit oaiur
famn Pendleton, at Vir-
Keach, where he is in train-
h the coast artillery.
Ind Mrs, Herbert Ogburn and
cr, Jean, of Greensboro, are
K at the home of Mrs. R. L.
It for a few days. Mrs. Og-
fa the former Miss Bobby
Hendrix, of Lyman, Wash.i
Monday for a month's visit
la brother, Lee Hendrix and
and Mrs. Lawrence Jones
he week-end with Mr. Jones'
h in South Carolina.
ler Hendrix, of Savannah.
last week with his parents,
J Mrs. Lee Hendrix.
ties McKeel'of Charlotte, is
E his aunts, Miss Anne Al-
i and Mrs, M. G. Stamey.
Andrew Moore and a party
ids from New York made
P visit to relative's of the
during the . week. Mrs.
the former Miss Miriam
Hester Ann Withers has
P West Vire-inia with her
t Erest L. Withers, Jr.
Margaret Preston, of Bir-
K Ala., is visiting her aunt,
"ie Stentz. .:
... uui mtuimn, wi
"rton, D. C, is spending ten
as a guest at the Hotel
V Miss Hannah formerly
Mrs. Tom CampbeH had
;'f raest over the week-end
Pyvll! a .....
-vuiiis, oi ait. Airy.
K t , a spenaing ten
.lere u the guest of her
rrs. H. L. MacFayden,
F ttters, Miss Louis Mac-
Bind iu. i-.. i
Miss Dorothv KalHwin A t0u-
City, is visiting Miss Jane White,
Miss Margaret and Miss rHo
Howard, who have spent some time
with Mrs. R. L. Coin at her hom-
on the Soeo Gap road, left during
tne weeK lor their home in Ken
W. Dalton Smith, former eountv
farm agent of Haywood, arrived
on aaturdav from Ponlanrille
Miss., where he is a member f
the faculty of Pearl River Col
lege. He was called to town on
account of the serious illness of
his mother. Mrs. W. A. Smith, of
Orlando, Fla., who is spending the
summer nere at the Smith home.
Dr. Mack Davis had as his miest
over the week-end Dr. D. L. Wells,
of Raleigh, of the Oral Hvsriene
department of the State Board of
Mrs. Allen McLean, who has
spent sometime here with her
mother, Mrs. J. F, Abel and her
sister, Mrs. Robert Osborne, left
during the week for her home in
Tampa. She was accompanied by
her young niece, Mary Osborne,
who will visit her for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Massie had
as their guests over the week-end
the Rev. and Mrs. Walter West,
of Salisbury. The Rev. Mr. West
was formerly pastor of the Metho
dist church here and is now serving
the First Methodist church of Salis
Mr, and Mrs. Dewey Stovall have
as their guests the latter's par
ents, the Rev. and Mrs. P. W. Tuck
er and their daughter, Miss Janie
Tucker, of North Wilkesboro
Miss Lena Smith, of China
Grove, spent the week-end here as
the guest of her sister, Miss Mary
Margaret Smith. -
Sergeant Samuel R, Morris, of
Camp Croft, S. C, returns this
week after spending ten days with
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Howell.
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Ogdori and
young daughter, of Greensboro, are
spending a few days in town.. Mrs,
Ogden is the former Miss Bobbie
Jean Truesdale, daughter of Rev.
and Mrs; Truesdale, who resided
here at one time.
. . V'
Hugh J. Soan,, Jr., member of
the State Highway Patrol, located
in Warsaw, was the guest Of his
father during the week.:
Master Erwin Bunrin has return
ed after spending some time in
Newport News with his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burgin.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eller hsii
their guest ove the week-end J.
W. lEller, of Robbinsville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I- Rietzel had as
their guests over the week-end, Mr.
Rietzel's mother and brother, Clin
ton and Mrs. RietzeL of F.lmwood,
N. IU :. ...
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bowles had as
their guests last week Miss Bessie
Hartley and Mrs. Anna Thomp
son, of Atlanta.
Mrs. Harley DeHart and son,
Paul, of Candler, are spending
some time here with the former's
parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. M.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Liner, Jr., had
as their guests last week-end Mr.
and Mrs. Foster Jeffords, of South
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stovall
and small daughter, Lynda, spent
the week-end in Cleveland, Ga.,
with Mr. Stovall s relatives.
daughter, Beverly Ann, of Greer,
S. C, visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Knight during the week-end,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Massingill
and small son, Max, Jr., and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Pruett and1 small
Mrs. Jake Davis, of Delrea Beach,
Fla., spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. C S. Davis.
Mrs. Howell Messer, of Valdeae,
came last week to spend some time
with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Messer,
Corporal James Knight, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end at the
home of his grandfather, J. N.
Mrs. Fate McHone and Mrs.
Rufus Clark had as their guests for
the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pat
ton, of Brevard and Ed Brooks,
of Columbus, Tenn.
Mrs. J. R. Byrd had as her guests
from Tuesday till Saturday two
sisters-in-laws, Mrs. Arthur Rob
inson and Mrs. Mary Keller, of
Sedro Wooley, Wash. Mrs. Rob
inson and Mrs. Keller left Haiel
wood around 23 years ago and
this was their first trip back
. S. Davis and children, Joe,
Catherine and Anna Jean and Mrs.
Jake Davis, of Delrea, Beach, Fla.,
and A- S. Griffin attended Home
Coming Day at Robbinsville Bap
tist church Sunday.
Mrs. T. V. Davis had as her
guests for a few days Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Davis and daughter, Shel
ley Jean, and Mrs. Billy Wells and
Mrs. Roxie Nimmons, all of Char
Miss Eleanor Messer, of Ashe
ville, spent the week-end with rel
atives in Haielwood.
Mrs. William Fowler, of Raleigh,
the former Miss Catherine Martin,
of Waynesville, arrived this week
to visit her mother, Mrs. 0. R.
Martin. She was accompanied
home by her sister, Louise Mar
tin, who has been her guest.
Mrs. G. N. Hensonof Spindale,
spent the week-end with her moth
er, Mrs. P. L, Turbyftll.
Mrs. Francis Wyatt and her
daughter, Miss Stella Mae Wyatt,
of Lake Junaluska, spent the
week-end in Asheville visiting the
Free Coal Given
Free coal is being given with
the purchase of each Estate Heat
rola sold by Massie Furniture
Company, they are announcing this
The offer is rood only through
September 6th, the announcement
, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis had as
their guests during the week Rev.
and Mrs. Albert Pierce, of Green
Cove, Fla.. and Mrs. C. C. Moore
and granddaughter, of Marion
Junction, Ala., who have frequent
ly visited here.
Mrs. Mary Oaks and her grand
daughter, Mary Lyons Crouser,
have returned from a visit to J.
C. Crouser at Kyle.
Buddy Reynolds, of Bristol,
Tenn,, is spending sometime here
with his uncle W. T. Shelton, on
Miss Anna Ruth Wilson, of
Greenville, S. C, is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. W. T. Shelton
Reunion Is Set
For Sunday At 10
The Davis and McDaniel reunion
will be held at the Maple Grove
church, also known as Turpin's
Chapel, on Sunday, August 17, with
the program starting at ten o'clock.
The program is made up of sing
ing, special numbers by quartets,
string band, and a well known
Lunch will be served at noon,
with ice cream and cold drinks
provided, according to Paul Smitk,
president of the reunion.
"All friends and relatives are
cordially invited and requested to
bring lunch," Mr. Smith said.
Stephen H. Horgan, an expert in
photo-mechanical printing, devel
oped the first halftone of any kind
ever to appear in a newspaper. It
was published in the New York
Graphic of March 4, 1880.
It's funny, but the two-faced
person is more capable of handing
you a double cross.
Miss Thomasine Stringfield re
turned on Tuesday from Norfolk,
where she Spent several days as the
guest of friends.
. . .
Bill Hensorr, of Spindale, spent
the week-end in town as the guest
of his grandmother, Mrs. P. L.
. . .
Jack Holtzclaw, of Richmond,
Va., is visiting his family here.
Miss Ruthie Wagenfeld has as
her guest this week Miss Anne En
glish, of Asheville, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. IE. English, who form
erly resided here.
Miss Stella Mae Wyatt, of
Washington. D. C is spending a
few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis A. Wyatt, of Lake
Miss Evelyn and Miss Katherine
Reed have as their guest for a
fortnieht Miss Kathryn Stephen,
who arrived on Monday from New
Thad Chafin, of Fort Jackson,
is spending ten days here with
his parents at their home on the
Cornoral Joe Shipley, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end here
with his parents. ?
Mr. and Mrs. George Stents, of
Newport News, Va., have arrived
to snend a week here as the guests
of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Dale Stents. Mrs. btentz
is the former MLss Marguerite
Murnhv. daughter bf Dr. and Mrs.
J. C. Murphy, and lormeriy resia
ed here. . : .;, ' '
Miss Vivian Clark has visiting
the week Miss Jean Brooks, ol
Week End Specials!
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caramel frosting. I
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P Street Phone 73-W Opposite Masonic Tempi
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Known as the I). I. L. Smathers bottom
land, now owned by Mrs. John Morgan.
Property opposite New Clyde H i g h
School, on Highway 19 and 23. Only 4
miles of Canton, 3 miles of Lake Juna
luska. BE ON HAND
Sale Starts 1:30 P. M.
Small Down Payment, Balance 1, 2 and 3 Years
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