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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Miss Grace Crocker
Miss Grace Crocker leaves this
week for Whiteville, where she has
accepted a position to teach music.
Miss Crocker has resided in Way
nesville for the past seven years
and has made extensive contribu
tion to the musical activities of
She has maintained a private
studio, has been director of the
WPA music project here, and has
served as counselor of the Junior
Music Club. She was for a num
ber of years organist at the First
Baptist church and has served in
the same position at Grace Epis
copal church for the past two years.
Miss Crocker is an accomplished
musician and both from training:
and experience is well qualified to
Mr. and Mrs. George McKinley
have taken an apartment in the
Kirkpatrick for the winter season.
Miss Lois Russell and Miss Edith
Russell and Hulen Gibson, of
Waynesville, Route 2, visited Cor
dell Bradley at Camp Croft, Spar
tanburg, S. C. on Sunday. ;
The cakes we bake the good
because we use only the finest
of ingredients v: combined with
the skiy, and care of expert
It means much to you in the
way of leisure time to try Our
Two Couples Are Married
In Double Ceremony In
Bryson City on August 16
' Miss Calcie Lee Threlkeld, of
Asheville, and James Dewey Mc
Clure, of Waynesville, and Miss
Buelah Teaster, of Johnson City,
Tenn., and Lenon Clyde Case, of
Sparta, were married in a double
ceremony at the Baptist church
in Bryson City, The vows were
solemnized on August . the 16th,
with the pastor of the church, the
Rev. W. H. Vocert, officiating.
Mrs. James Dewey McClure is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oren
L. Threlkeld, of Asheville, and
formerly resided here. For the
marriage she wore a blue silk en
semble with flesh tinted accesso
ries. , She is a graduate of the
Black Mountain hisrh school.
Mr. McClure is the son of Mr
and Mrs. James Floyd McClure,
of Waynesville. He is a gradu
ate of the Waynesville high school
and at present holds a position
with the Junaluska Tannery.
Mrs. Case is the daughter of
Albert lEidward Teaster and . the
late Mrs. Teaster, of Johnson
City, Tenn. She was educated in
the Caroleen schools of this state.
For her wedding she wore navy
blue with harmonizing accesso
ries. Mr. Case is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. BeeCher Case, of Sparta, and
is now connected in business here.
Both couples will make their
home in Waynesville.
Women To Resume
The Waynesville Woman's Club
will hold the initial meeting next
Thursday afternoon with the place
and hostess .announced later. Mrs.
William Hannah, newly elected
president, will preside. Mrs. C. F.
Kirkpatrick is chairman of the
program committee for the com
. Miss Alma Jackson is resuming
her studies this week at Western
Carolina Teachers College after
spending the summer here with her
BRING THIS COUPON
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One fellow tells another and
then another tells his gal and
soon the word is out:
"Buy Heel Latch and look your
loveliest and feel your most com
fortable." Why not stop in
today for a try on? You'll be
glad you did,
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MADEMOISELLE fKj f f
Reuben Moody Family
Reunion Will Be Held H
Sunday, September 14th
The Reuben Moody family rt
union will be held on Sunday,
September the 14th, at the home
of Mrs. Martha Plott at Maggie.
All members of the family and con
nections are invited to attend and
bring a basket lunch with them,
which will be spread at the noon
hour. An interesting program
has been planned for the day.
MM. David Stents, who before
her marriage was Miss Haseltine
iSwift, arrived this week from
Michigan to visit her parents, Cap
tain and Mrs. W. F. Swift, while
her husband, Lt. Stentz, is on
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Campbell and
son, Jerry, have returned to their
home in Biltmore after spending
several weeks here with the form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Campbell. Mr. Campbell, who was
seriously hurt in an accident is
reported to be improving, though
he will be confined to his home for
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Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller, of
Lexington, Ky., who formerly re
sided here, are visiting tne iorm
er's sister, Mrs. C F. Kirkpatrick,
at the Hotel LeFaine.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Campbell, of
Hamilton, Ohio, have been visiting
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Campbell, Mr. Campbell
has returned to Hamilton, but his
wife has remained over for a more
Miss Mary and Miss Minnie
Rathbone, of Salem, N. J., are
visiting relatives and friends here.
Dr, and Mrs. L. D. Panky closed
their home on the Golf Course
during the week and have gone
to their winter home in Coral
Gables, after spending four months
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Campbell,
of Hamilton, Ohio, have returned
home after a visit with Mr. Camp
bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J
Campbell, and Mrs. Campbell's
father, Claude Worley, of Canton.
Miss Katherine Palmer, who is
a secretary in the department of
agriculture in Raleigh, is spending
this week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Palmer.
. Jack F. Hogan is visiting: his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Hogan,
of Iron Duff. Mr. Hogan is serv
ing in the air corps at Elgin Field,
Mr. and Mrs. David Riley and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright and
daughter, Nancy, spent Sunday in
Mrs, Phalis 'Hamra, of Eliza
bethton, Tenn., is visiting her par
ents, Mr and Mrs. John: Spates, ,
Mrs. Jsas Bushee and: children
have returned from Peeksville, N.
y., where! they visited relatives.
Bobbie Breece left Wednesday
for Arden where he will resume hi
Studies at Christ School, after
spending the summer here with his
mother, Mrs. R. H. Breece.
Miss Mary Lou Elwood left Wed
nesday for Montreat Junir College,
where she will continue her work
after spending the summer vaoa
tion here with her mother, Mrs.
Jack Elwood,, at the home if. her
grandmother,, Mrs. H. L. Mac-Fayden,
Jimmy Elwood left Wednesday
for Arden where he will be a stu
dent at Chris SchooL
Miss Marion Morgan left Wed
nesday for Bristol, Va., where she
will enter Virginia Intermonfc.
Mis Emelyn Haynes has retuira-
ed to Western, Carolina Teachers
College to resume her work after
assfe's Etepfc. Store
C J. REECE, Owner
pending the summer vacation
here with her mother, Mrs. Claatde
Mrs. T. L. McHone and grand
daughter, Miss Vivian Clark, spnt
tne week-end visiting in Biltmore
and Swannanoa. They also at
tended the annual Bee Tree picnic
Mrs. R. A, Amnions and Mrs.
Jess EJuff spent the week-end in
Andrews visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Liner
had as their guest over the week
end Edwin Hill, of Florence, S, C,
tne latters cousin.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Burgin made
a business trip to Knoxville last
Sergeant Joe Shipley, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Shipley, on .Brown avenue.
Mrs. Talmadge Morris and
young son, Talmadge Morris, Jr.,
or Asheville, have arrived to spend
the winter as guests at the Hotel
LeFaine. Young Talmadge is at
tending St. John's school here.
Miss Polly Francis left Tuesday
for Bristol, Va., where she will
attend Virginia Intermont.
Mrs. Swift Was
Hostess To Sept.
UDC Meet Friday
Mrs. W. F." Swift was hostess
of the September meeting of the
Haywood Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy on
Friday afternoon at her home on
the Fairview Road. Mrs.- Noble
Garrett, president, presided.
Miss Margaret Stringfteld was
in charge of the program. She
gave two excellent papers, one on
Robert E. Lee, and another on
Alexander H. Stuart. In both pa
pers she gave the major points
in the lives of these great South
erners, with special attention to
their services to the cause of the
During the business session the
chapter gave a rising vote of
thanks to Mrs. R. N. Barber, Miss
Margaret Stringfteld and Mrs.
Grover Davis for the radio pro
gram they gave over WWNC in
June.;,:.- . . . ";:;
The president appointed the fol
lowing nominating committee to
give a report at 'the next meeting
at which time officers for the com
ing year will be elected: Mrs. L.
M. Killian, chairman, Mrs. J. J.
Ferguson and Miss Robena Miller.
Mrs. J. M. Queen and Mrs. Jim
mie Boyd were elected as dele
gates to the state convention to
be held in Raleigh in October, with
Mrs. K. N. Barber and Mrs. T. L.
Bramlett as alternates. Mrs. J. J.
Ferguson and Mrs. R. N. Barber
were elected to represent the chap
ter at the general convention to
be held in Los Angeles in No
vember. The following committee was
appointed to take up the matter
of obtaining the use of the his
torical room in the court house
with the county commissioners :
Miss Robena Miller, Mrs J. Har
den Howell and Mrs. L, M. Killian.
A number of communications
relative to the work of the chapter
from state and general division of
ficers were read.
Laura Palmer Woody
Observes Her Seventh
Birthday With Party
Laura Palmer Woody, young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan
Woody, was" hostess of a party at
her home near the Country Club
on Saturday afternoon in celebra
tion of her seventh birthday anni
versary.; Various games were enjoyed in
cluding pinning' the tail on the
cat in which SaHy Stovall and7
Lindsey Panky, the latter of Mi
ami, were the priae winners. A
fish pond also furnished a lot of
entertainment for the thirty guests
A color motif of pink and blue
marked all the party- accessories.
Harold Seebee and' father, who
have been visiting here, left this
week for their home in Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cochran and
daughter, Rosaline, Mir. and Mrs.
Dewey Cochran, Mrs. Max Coch
ran,. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swanger
and children, and Frances Scates,
spent Sunday at Clingsnran's Dome.
t Mrs. Roy Goodson and" children,
of Candler, and Sergeant Lloyd
Smith, of Camp Croft, were the
guests ef Mrs. R, M. Skates Sunday..
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Benfield and
daughter, Barbara, of Lenoir, spent
tne week-end with the latter's par
ants here, Mr. and Mrs,. J- R. Mc
Mrs. Harold Seebee and Mrs.
Genieve Lynn have gome to New
fork City for a ten day visit.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Farmer
have as their guest this week,
BCQie L. Edwards, of Greenville,
S. C . ''
Earl Scates, of Fort Jatkson,
was called home Saturday due to
the illness of his father, John
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick
Give Barbecue for Guests
Of Hotel and Apartments
Mr. and Mrs., C. F. Kirkpatrick
were hosts on Monday night at a
barbecue as a courtesy the
guests living in the Hotel LeFaine
Hotel and to the residents of the
Kirkpatrick apartment houses. ...
The affair was held on the
of the hotel. Around
fifty were present
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Small Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore..
Bo Moore, small daughter of
Mr and Mrs. James C. Moore, un
derwent an operation for appen
dicitis at the Biltmore Hospital on
Saturday morning. She is reported
to be improving and will be brought
home in the next lew aays.
:.. . . .,...;.
School To Give a
Amateur Night 12th
An amateur night, featuring
fiddlers and other musicians, will
be given at the Crabtree-Iron, Duff
school. The program will begin
at 8:30 o'clock daylight time, with
a small admission charge.
All contestants are welcome to
'. :''.' '
Miss Nell Nelson, of Blackstone,
Va., is visiting Mrs. R. M. Scates
and Miss Helen Morrow in Hazel
wood. . : .
Richard Bradley left this morn
ing for Davidson College, where he
will be enrolled this year. His
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brad
ley, accompanied him there.
The Hazelwood Boosters Club will
meet in the Fellowship Hall of the
Presbyterian church Thursday
night, Sept. 11th, at 7:30.
Miss Mary Francis Sturkey left
last - week for Cheesnee, S. C,
where she teaches school, and Miss
Marion Stukey left for Lockhart,
S. C, where she teaches. They
have been guests this summer of
their sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Chambers,
Gladston McDowell, formerly of
Waynesville, but now of Washing
ton, D. C, spent a few days in
town this week. Mr, McDowell
holds a position with the Federal
Mrs. Addie Profilt and Robt. Mc
Lean had as their guests over Sun
day Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Freeborn
and daughter, Margaret, and son,
S. R. Freeborn, Jr., of Asheville,
and J. D- Caples, of Tuscaloosa,
Mra. 'N. C. Nesmith and two
daugitters, of Plant City, Fla., are
visiting Mrs. Margaret Lile and
Mrs.. Hector Robinson at their
homes in Hazelwood.
Miss Polly Francis left Monday
for Bristol, Va., where she will
be enrolled at Virginia Intermont
Jack McCracken, of Wilmingtop,
has arrived to spend a few weeks
with; his- parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stovall
had as their guests last Thursday
J. H. StovaH, of Cleveland, Ga.,
and Mrs. Anna Zimmerman, of
Atlanta, the former's father and
Miss Eloise Knight had as her
guest Over the week-end Miss Hazel
Massingfll, ef Greer, S. C.
Chester Davis, of Newport
News, is spending a few days here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Davis.
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Mis Betty McClure, of High
Point, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Armistead Jones, who is now lo
cated in Miami, arrived the first
of the week to visit his mother,
Mrs. . A. Jones.
Sergeant Roe Hill, of Fort Jack
son, spent the week-end here with
his wife. .'.- ; .
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asset to an
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Vrtnr band and I wiik 1
wbo writes. Your nau wi I
,vel together iaster
Mrs. J. N. Shoolbred
Mrs. J. N. Shoolbred has as her
guests her granddaughter, Miss
Mary Wood and her grandson, Bob
Wood, of Elizabethton, Tenn. Miss
Wood will join the Carolina Play
makers next month and tour with
the group for eight weeks playing
in points in New England, and the
middle-west. Bob Wood will leave
shortly for Franklin and Marshall
Academy, Lancaster, Pa.
T. Lenoir Gwyn, who is connect
ed with the state department of
agriculture, spent several days
during the week in this section
Miss Alva Joe Moody of the
Dell wood Road has gone to Cullo
whee where she will enter Western
Carolina Teachers College.
Miss Kathyrn Blalock has gone
to Raleigh where she will be a
student at Peace Junior College.
MlSR Rar.j t. .
ning to ZrJ
Diano anH ;.. vll ksl
Mis8j Walker U . ,J
music deDartm.nt, r
College nf it. ,
give instructions in boa
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music in the HazeWd
tarv school sk. T. T"
of Mr. and MMj
Miss Hilda Way left Pti
KflntiflnA i ...1 l
the city schools.
Grover Robinson, 0f FoJ
son, spent the weekend kj
Mrs. Carl Swann, of J
bvkui ine weeK-end here ii
parents, Mr. and Mrs. GeotJ
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