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AUGUST 21, 1941
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TIIS WAYNESYILLE MOUNTAINEER
place m The mi
jf Modern roetxjr
Bie Justice, of Med-
- th authors
re included in "The
rfzL pmm. i94i "
Le volume just publwh
12,000 writers br-
Ir, part of the United
nd Canada competed for a
the volume, but only a
rcentaife of thesewere
rite poetry of sufficient
be accorded a place in
Winn Dav At
Branch Will -Id
Again This Year
, nnounced yesterday that
oil decoration day at the
3rsnch Baptist church on
Crek would be held as
is year, the last Sunday in
program committee have
out an interesting all-day
, with the usual picnic
t the noon hour.
Icroggs Given .
. C. Had entertained her
nddaughter, Jean Scruggs,
irthday supper Aug. 13th.
resent were Mr. and Mrs.
and Marie and Har-
falso Mrs. Horace Wright
fchter. Judy. Mr. and Mrs
Caddis and children, Bell,
Uuanita, and Carolyn, and
myrtle Bennett and Miss
loner, of Hendersonville.
fce today to spend several
Ih Mr. and Mrs. W. Curtis
Erown Avenue. The form-
Jster of Mrs, Russ.
Party on Saturday
Mrs. Ellen Louise Killian Queen
and her brother. Leon M Killian
Jr., entertained with a wedding-
breakfast at noon on Saturday
for their cousin. Mi. TTaaol.
tine Swift, and Lieutenant David
scents ana the members of their
bridal party. In the living room
Dink and whit
and in the dining room the bridal
motif was carried out in detail.
Each table was centered with
an arrangement of flowers, and
the places were marked by favors
of small pictures of the bride and
groom in gilt frames. Mrs. Queen
and Mr. Killian were assisted in
receiving their guests by their
parents, Mr. and Mrs, L. M. Kil
lian, Mrs. Tom Campbell and Mrs.
The truest list included the bride
and crnnm-alM't Mr and Mra W
F. Swift, Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale
Stentz, Mr. and Mrs. George Stentz,
Miss Emily Siler, Miss Jane
Stentz. Miss Hilda Wv. Mis
Sarah Jane Walker, Miss Joyce
Juniper, Miss Mary Stentz, Mar
garet Preston, of Birmingham,
Mrs. W. L. Hardin, Jr., Anne Har
din, Miss Nancy Killian, Miss
Laura Arledee. Rev. and Mrs.
Malcolm Williamson, Bill Swift,
Sammy Little, of Charlotte, James
J. Howell, of Fort Jackson, Elton
Eley, of Greensboro,
BAPTIST WOMEN TO MEET
The missionary meeting of the
Hazelwood Baptist church will meet
as a circle at the home of Mrs. J.
M. Woodard, Thursday at 2:30 p. m,
Miss Grace Crocker is spending
two weeks at the State University
in Chapel Hill, where she is at
tending a music conference.
Week End Specials!
ON CHEESE LAYER CAKE ... . . I
as lemon flavor. Yellow butter layers filled with creamy
cheese and frosted with divinity.
M Buttered Layer . , Food Layers
late Layers ; Pound Cake Coffee Cakes
I Street Phone 73-W Opposite Masonic Temple
Mrs. William Hannah had as
her guest during the week Mrs.
Theodore Weaver, of Salisbury.
Mrs. Wmvaf llaa Haaii vlaitina
her husband's father, Congressman
enuion Weaver, and other rela
tives.'. Patsy Gwyn and Marguerite
Way returned last night from
Chapel Hill where thev were the
guests during the week of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar J. Coffin,
John B. Shackford, who teaches
in the State College of South
Dakota, is spending a fortnight
here with his family who are here
for the summer.
. Cornnral IimM Harrlon TTnw
ell, of Fort Jackson, spent sev
eral da va dur in a the week here
with his parents, Major and Mrs.
J. H. Howell.
Miss Ruth Wyche, principal of
the Vashti School of Thomasville,
Ga,t is spending a week here as
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. L.
Hardin, and her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gill have as
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Vincent and son, Haywood, of
Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Vincent is a
sister of Mrs. Gill.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Preston and
two children arrived this week
from St. Petersburg, for a two
weeks visit. Mr. Preston is minis
ter of music in one of the largest
churches in St. Augustine. .
Mrs. I. J. Brown and her daugh
ter. Miss Ida Jean Brown, had as
their guests during the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hovis, or
Dr. I. B. Funke had as her euests
last week her cousin ,the Rev. Macy
Little and Mrs. Little, returned
missionaries from China. Mrs. Lit
tle is the former Miss'Nell-1 unke,
of Charleston, S. C.
Mrs. Maude S. Hare, of Clewis-
ton, Fla., who has spent the past
several summers here is a guest
at the home of Mrs. Horace Fergu
son on East street.
Mrs. Jennie MacFavden has as
her guests Mr. and Mrs. Wiches,
of Miami, Mrs. M. E. Ler ouett, oi
Deland, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Hayes, of Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bramlett
him u their iruests Mrs. George
Allan and her grandson. Neil
Brown, and GwendolynBowen, of
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Remein and
.Tnhn Remein. of Rochester, N. i.,
and Quinten Remein, of Spartan
bur. S. C. were week-end guests
of Miss Wilma Hoyle and Miss
New High Prices Being Paid Here For
Manufactured Milk By Pet Dairy
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Briffht.
of Lake Junaluaka, axe now resid
ing in Asheville, where the former
is connected with a Jewelry nrm.
Glenn Scruggs and Miss Frances
Cagle were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Scruggs Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Argenbright,
of Arlington, Va are visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
S. Clark. They were accompanied
by 'Bud" Clark, who has been on
an extended visit up there.
wis the time to
et them ready
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) 1 -'""
Hundreds of brand new bright stripes, $T
plaid and solid combinations. .A won- II
derful buy at
Bonny Blair, Cinderella originals, Shir
ley Temple, Kate Greenaway frocks,
beautifully designed with that "grown
up" for teen-age smartness
SIZES 3 to 16
Sweaters, all sizes 39c-59c-97c
Boys' Cotton WASH SUITS
Boys' LONGIES, stripes
and solids . -
Boys' POLO SHIRTS . . & SV
Boys' DRESS SHIRTS, CgM
taat mlnr. full cut ..... 3W
. ut-J y
The Home Of
OVERALLS, heavy quality. Can
not to be replaced at this CdJjjJ
Price. Sizes 2 to 16. . .
Mrs. W. P. Sutton and children,
Farrel and Mitzie, spent last week
with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sutton in
Rnhert CoDe. Jr.. of Fort Jack
son, spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. L. vope.
Bill Milner had as his guest re
cently, one of the teachers from the
University . of South Carolina,
Mr. and Mrs. Clearance Hen
drix and children. Hubert. Calvin
and Barbara from Hopewell, Va.,
are visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Roirers had
as their guests Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Springs and daughter,
Patricia, of Spartanburg, S. U
Miss Meredith Whitaker. of An
drews, home economics teacher in
the local hieh school. IS the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crawford.
Mrs. Phillio Myers and young
daughter, Laura, of East Orange,
N. J have arrived to spend the re
mainder of this month and tnrougn
September with the former's par
ents, Judge and Mrs. Frank Smath
ers. Mrs. Myers is the former
Miss Virginia Smathers.
Mrs. Chas. M. Moore, of Atlantic
ritw will arrive this week to spend
a fortnight here as the guest of
TiiHirA ami Mrs Frank Smathers.
Mrs. Moore is the former Miss
Lona Tillman, daughter oi tne late
Senator Ben Tillman, of South
Parnlina and has often visited Mrs.
Smathers and Miss Nancy luman
here. ' .
athers. of Miami, has
arrived to spend two weeks here
with his parents, Judge ana aira
.Mra." Delos Crary and two
daughters, of Wilmore, Ky., ar vis
iting the former's mower, iur. o.
A.Jones. Mrs. Crary is me imm
er Miss Virginia Jones, oi w y
Mr and Mrs. W. L. Hardin, Jr.,
and children, Bobby and Ann, are
spending this week at Myrtle
tin lr.moat Kesler. of
u ft' " ' ,
dio ' Vo nent the weekend
in Hazelwood with their son, Harris
t'.i.. Vim hppn assistant pas-
tor of the Hazelwood Methodist
i....u TntiB: Mr. Kesler ac-
BlliC - ,
companied his parenU back to their
r. ctnl-t Rnherson is spending
this week in Colearin, with Mrs.
Roberson and children, &tuan, jr.,
j June, who have beesn
niiu ' , .
visiting Mrs. Roberson's relatives
there for the past several ww
They will return home saturaay.
in n r. Mastin. of Wedowee,
Ala., has arrived for a ten-day visit
with her children, Miss Debrayda
Fisher and Clyde Fisher.
Mrs. Robert Trammell and young
a k.. Haai. who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fish,
for the past several weeks, will
return to their home in ureenvme,
S. C, Saturday.
Miss Francis Patton had her
mAS nvAf the ; week-end. Miss
Gean Brooks, of Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Waddell
have as their guests this week, Mrs.
irjAii. nanta. Mr. and Mrs.
t D.)fnl and two 01 Mrs.
Buford's grandchildren, rreaia ana
Julia Ann, all of Parma Miss,.
While here they have been visiting
points of interest.
Fred Allison have
iui. "u . ,
as their guests this week, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry R. Knight and small
son, Henry, Jr., ana wonne, -u.yue
i nrnn A nitaraan. all OI Ral-
eigh, also Mr. Victor TalUton, of
t. arA Mrs. Pelarin Blanton
vAnv, Atkinson has as her guest
for a fortnight Mary Anne Kunze,
j nf Mr. and airs, ueorge
A Knnie. of Leaksvuie, wno irom-
erly resided here.
n .-j .; urn. Rill, were the
guests during the week of the
former's sister, Mrs. n. u. w
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller and
;i. Mr and Mrs. Ken Mil
ler and Dot Young spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. noung m
Cleveland, S. C.
With the prices of manufactur
ing milk prices hitting a new high
IavwI. amall nmHnrra tt thia trraHa
milk are realising good invest
ments on their herds, it was shown
An example was cited, in which
A. T. Medford, of Pigeon, realised
$17.23 during July from three
rows, besides the milk used for
family consumption. Mr. Medford
sold his milk to Pet Dairv Pro
ducts Company, which is advertis
ing this week for more milk.
Mr. Medford is increasing his
herd in order to produce more milk
for the local plant,
The nrice for manufacture milk
on Tuesday was $2.00 per hundred
lor per cent butteriat, according
to R. B. Davenport, local plant
The local Pet Dairy plant during
July paid lor mux ana iator, sio,
000. an auditor's reoort revealed.
Milk from the Waynesville plant
is now being hold at wholesale m
Miss Frances Dunn, who is now
located in Shelbj-ville, Tenn., has
returned to her home after visit-
inar her mother, Mrs. C. B. At
kinson. She was accompanied by
her sister, Miss Margaret Atkin
son, who will visit her.
. . ..
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Gicson,
Jr and son. Buddy, of Stratford,
Conn., are visiting the Senior Van
Giesons at Sycamore Cottage on
the Pigeon road. Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Van Gieson, of Nashville, will
loin them here for the week-end.
n H Williams has returned to
his home in Noblesvllle, Ind., af
ter spending a week with Mrs.
Williams' parents, Mr. and .Mrs.
M. O. Galloway
Quilt, Rug Show
(Continued from page 1
Woody, (b) D. D. Perry; class 4,
best Qld quilt, $1.00, Mrs. Harry
Marshall, Mrs. Kate Marshall hon
Class 5, best hooked woolen rug,
flloral design, $1.00, Mrs. J. C.
PatrirV honorable mention. Mrs.
Chas. Burgin; class 6, best hook
ed rug conventional design, $1.00,
Mrs. Ben Colkitt; honorable men
tion. Mrs. Kate Morris: class 7,
no entry; class 8, no entry; class
9, best large rug over SS inches,
$1.00, Mrs. Clayton Walker, honor
able mention, Mrs. Rufus Siler;
class 10, $1.00, best smau hook
ed rung under 36 inches, $.50, Mrs.
Will Medford; class 11, best hooked
rug chair seat, Mrs. Troy Wyche,
$1.00, honorable mention, Mrs.
Plana 12. no entrvt class 13.
best crocheted spread, $1.00, Alice
Stringneld; class 14, no entry; class
15, best new modern woven sread,
$1.00. Mrs. Clark Medford. hon
orable mention, Mrs, Sarah Brad
ley; class 16, best old woven spread,
$1.00, Jean Nelson, honorable men-
W. A. GREEN NOW AT MAGGIE
"rV. A. Green, formerly of the
Ro-gers Cafe in Wayneaville, is now
located on the Soco Gap road at
Maggie. Mr. Green has been car-'
rying groceries, soft drinks, ice
cream, etc., but is now re-modeling
his place preparatory to serving
sandwiches and short orders. He
will also prepare and pack lunches
tion, Mrs. Ned Medford; class 17,
best embroidered spread, $1.00,
Mrs. Hall Bryson, honorable men
tion, Mrs. John Queen; elasa 18,
best afghan, $1.00, Mrs. Clark Med
ford,, honorable mention, Alice
Class 21, best piece of needle
noint. J1.00. Mrs. J. W. Ray. hon-
orable mention, Mrs. Hal Bryson;
class 22, best dlspuy or nana
weaving, $1.00, Balsam Weavers;
class 23, best collection of carved
animals, $1.00, Goose Creek Crafts;
class 24, no entry; Class 25, best
luncheon set, $1.00, Mrs. J. Wilford
and family spent Sunday in Gatlin
burg with friends. They visited
points of interest in the park.
. V'; '
Miss Wilma Trantham, of New
port News, is spending this week
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelley on
rr ."anil Mrs. H. C. Hassoll, of
Tuscaloosa, Ala., have arrived for
a week's visit to their cousin, Kob
A nna .To Miller and Jean Norria
spent last week in Brevard visit,
ing Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McClure
and Mr, and Mrs. Howard Page.
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4 bars 200
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ARIOSA COFFEE lb. pkg. 150
ECONOMY ' - ,
POTTED HAH 3 cans 100
LIBBYS ' ' . ' ' ' ,
VIENNA SAUSAGE 3 cans 250
gmmum nana breakfast
FAT BACK BACON
H0ib. 250 ,b.
JUICY and TKNDKR . ,
BEEF ROAST lb. 180
Pimento C:bwe Spread Or MM ,
HAM SALAD lb. 350
2 to 3 lb. Loin End ,
PORK ROAST lb. 230
OXYDOL 2 pkgs 150
You Save 5c '
SUPER SUDS lg 170
You Save 8c
6 porxD PAIL
Grape Juice qt. 350
Welch's qt. 450
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JARS doz. 970
Pickling Spice 90
JAR LIDS doz. 230
ERNST 4 8-oz. Boxes
Scratch Feed 25 lb. bag 590
SHORTS 75 lb. bag SI -39
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BRAN 100 lbs. SI-79
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