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THURSDAY, QCtqBF1) ,
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Regent Of DAR
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell, recently
elected regent of the Dorcas Bell
Love chapter of the Daughters of
the American Revolution, was in
stalled at the meeting Friday af
ternoon which was held at the home
oXJVIrs. James W. Killian.
.. Others inducted into office at
the same time were: Mrs. W. F
Swift, vice regent, and Mrs. Glenn
Tweed, of West Ashevule, as re
cording secretary. Mrs. Harry
Marshall was in charge of the cere
Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan read the
paper of the . afternoon on "What
we Defend," which dealt-with the
defense of the Western Hemisphere.
She discussed the Monroe Doctrine,
and cited the many possible dan
gers offered in the present crisis in
protecting the Americas.
Mrs. j. Harden Howell reviewed
the national magazine, reading in
full the message of the president
general and outlining the major
points in the other articles.
' During the business session
Mrs. J. M. Long, retiring regent,
presided. Mrs. J. F. Abel, dele
gate to the district meeting gave
a report, stating that all the chap
ter members attending, served eith
er on the program or on some
committee, and that the page from
the chapter, Miss Ann Osborne,
was page to the regent.
Mrs. L. M. Killian was appointed
chairman of the committee to col
lect cancelled stamps for a London
hospital, the dye from the stamps
being sold to aid in support of the
: Mrs. J. Harden ' Howell, state
chairman on Indian work, stated
that Miss Ruth Youngbird, student
at Cherokee had been awarded the
scholarship to Bacone College in
Oklahoma by the North Carolina
DAR society. She also made an
appeal for books and magazines
for the library at the Cherokee
Indian reservation which is an
nually sponsored by the chapters
throughout the state.
Mrs. W. F. Swift distributed the
yearbooks and the chapter was re
quested to write a note of thanks
to Miss Sara Welch far her as
sistance in typing them.
Mrs. Bushnell addressed the
group after taking office, stressing
aid to the Red Cross, aid and inter
est in the draftees leaving this area,
and urged the purchase of a gov
ernment bond. The chapter voted
to buy a bond following her talk.
Mrs. Lena Barber was welcomed
as a new member. The registrar
stated that the papers of Mrs. Hugh
Jolly had been sent to Washington;
Special guests of the afternoon
were: Mrs. Jack Elwood and Mrs.
J. G. Huggin, Jr.
... . . . .
Walter Crawford made a busi
ness trip to Union, S. C during
Mrs. Sidy Ray and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Ray. who are now
living in Mobile, Ala., spent sev
eral days in town during the past
Gives Talk To East
The Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson,
pastor of the Waynesville Presby
terian church, addressed the mem
bers of the East Waynesville PTA
at their regular monthly meeting
held on Monday night. He took as
his subject, "The Lost Child."
Mr. Williamson pointed out the
grave responsibility resting with
the parents, the home, the teachers
and the school in saving the child of
today. . . . . , ..
Mrs. R. H. Gibson was in charge
of the devotional period. Mrs. M.
C. Green gave the report of the
recent district meeting held in
The association was much grati
fied over the report of the mem
bership committee which gave the
number of paid in members at 94,
whereas it has been around 60.
The goal has been set for 100.
Plans were made for the annual
Hallowe'en carnival which will be
held at the school on October 30th,
with the teachers in charge of the
The following committees were
appointed: cake, Mrs. Dewey
Stovall, Mrs. T. , C. Norris, Mrs.
Emmett Balentlne, Mrs. Francis
Massie, and Mrs. Kermit Purcell.
Candy committee: ' Mrs. Henry
Davis, Mrs. M. G. Stamey, Mrs.
Jack Felmet, Mrs. John Morrow,
Mrs. J. H. Francis. Mrs. Horace
Duckett and Mrs. George A. Brown,
Woman's Club To
Hear Talk On
Russia Today ,
Mrs. Julius H. Gillis who is now
living in Webster, but for twelve
years was a resident of Russia,
where her husband was employed
as an engineer by the U. S. gov
ernment, will address the Woman's
Club this afternoon on "Conditions
in Russia Today."
The meeting, will be held in the
M A Chapter House on the school
grounds with Mrs. J. C. Brown
Mrs. Troy Wyche, Mrs. James W
Killian, Mrs. R. H. Stretcher, and
Mrs. T. L. Bramlett as associate
hostesses. Mrs. William Hannah.
president, will preside. The Girl
Scouts will be special guests of the
afternoon. Mrs. J. Dale Stentz,
chairman of music, will have
charge of the music.
Crabtree PTA Will Have
Guest Speaker at Meet
To Be Held Tonight
Back to School
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It's easy to imagine what lovely
Gloria Callen is thinking about as
she sits in her classroom at Nyack,
N. Y Senior High School, and it
has nothing to do with the three
R'a. Gloria recently copped the
backstroke championship, beside
starring in other swim events, but
she a only a schoolgirl now.
The Crabtree PTA will meet this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A guest
speaker has been secured for the
meeting, -and all the friends and
patrons of the school are cordially
invited to attend the meeeting.
Local Women Attended
District Club Meeting.
Held In Murphy Tuesday
Mrs. J. M. Mock and Miss Mary MrsV, T-M- Seawell responded to
Mock had as their guest over the the address of welcome at the dis-week-end
Jack Summers, of New-' f.nct ' !"f t,n the North Caro,
nnft ' hna Federation of Womens' Clubs
Joe Way, student at Wake For
est College, spent Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Way,
held in Murphy on Tuesdav in be
half of Mrs. Wm. Hannah, president
of the Waynesville Woman's Club,
who was unable to attend. Others
representing the club were Mrs.
R. N. Barber and Mrs. Bonner Ray.
. Mrs. R. L. Allen, president, and
Mrs. M. H. Reeves represented the
Civic League at the meeting.
, . .
Mrs. Nora Swift Atkins left
Tuesday for Albemarle where she
will visit her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. John Swift.
Lester Burgin, Jr., student at
Mars Hill, spent the week-end in
town with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Burgin.
Mrs. M. H. Bowles and young
daughter, - Florence, Ann.-returned
Sunday from Irwinton, Ga., where
they visited the former's mother
during the past week,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Edwards
visited their parents in Winston
Salem and Mt. Airy over the
Meets Here 21st
Approximately fifty women are
expected to atend the all-day seS'
sion of the group conference of
District Five of the Asheville Pres
byterial, which will be held at the
local Presbyterian church here on
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
local church will be hostesses of the
day. Miss Ida Jean Brown of the
local group will preside over the
sessions. i ".;.
Miss Kitty Sue McElroy. of
Weaveryille, president of the wo
men's work of the Asheville Pres
byterial, will be the main speaker.
The Rev. Malcolm R, Williamson,
pastor of the local Presbyterian
church, will bring the inspirational
message during the afternoon ses
sion. ' ; ;''., -
Mrs. R. L. Prevost is chairman
of the committee serving lunch at
the noon hour at the church.
District number five comprises
the Canton, Waynesville and Hazel
Grace Episcopal Church
To Honor New Members
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With every step re it your feet on cush-
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in heels and soles of these Lady Patricia
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laxing comfort . . . like laying your head
on a soft downy pillow. And their dainty
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MRS. LESTER BURGIN, Ianager .
The congregation of Grace
Episcopal church will entertain on
Monday evening at the Parish
House in honor of the new mem
bers of the church. Members are
asked to assemble at 8 o'clock. An
informal program has been ar
ranged. : ' '
Bill Hannah spent the week-end
with friends in Savannah.
Mrs. . Richard N. Barber, Jr.
and young daughter, Elizabeth
Barber, accompanied the former's
mother, Mrs. W, W. Norman, to
Griffin, Ga., for a visit. :
Mr. and Mrs. Genatus Rbber't-
son fcasley,! or ureenvuie. s. , L..,
the latter the former Miss Mary
Ashwprth Barber, were the guests
during the week of Mr. and Mrs.
R. N. Barber, parents of the lat
ter. . - ;
Lt and Mrs. David Stents spent
the week-end with relatives in
town. Lt. Stentz, U, S. Air Corps,
is now located in Savannah,
Sergeant Bobbie Sloan, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end here
with his family. : '"
Sergeant Joe Shipley, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end in
town with his family.
Corporal Kermit- Murray, of
f'ort Jackson, spent the week-end in
town, with his family.
Private Joe Sloan, of Fort Jack
son, spent the week-end in town
with his family.
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Stringfield at
tended the Carolina freshman play
the State freshman in Greensboro
on Friday night, and on Saturday
they took in the Carolina-Fordham
game in Chapel Hill, where they
visited their sons, James and Wil
liam, who are students at the
Miss Maye Rathburn has return
ed after visiting friends and rela
tives in Bristol, Va., and Bluff City,
Mrs. T. L. Bramlett had as her
guests over the weektend Mrs,
Chessie Rown and Mrs. S. W.
Brock, of Glenville, Conn. Mrs.
Rown returned to her home in the
North, but Mrs. Brock left here
for Florida where she will make
an extended visit.
Mrs. E. A. Greer and daughters,
Dorothy and Carolyn, visited John
E. Greer in Bessmerf Ala., last
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Davis
and children, Deryl and Barbara,
together with James F. Davis spent
the week-end in Greenville, S. C,
with Mr. and Mr, Fred McMahan,
Mrs. It. N. Barber
State UDC Division
Mrs. R, N. Barber was elected
state regisra of the North Caro
lina division of the Unitea uaugn
tr of the Confederacy at the an
nual state convention hew in ai
eieh last week.
Mn. "Rarher has been a member
of the TTIV: for a number of years,
and and has held practically every
office m the local cnapier. one
also interested in a number of
other historical organizations.
A mono- those in which she holds
membership and offices are; vice
president of the Daughters of 1812;
state register of the Daughters
of Colonial Wars; member of the
Daughters of American colonists,
and the North Carolina Historical
Society; and the North Carolina
society for prevention of Anti
Gives Party For
Mrs. Geo; A. Niles
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick entertain
ed with a contract party on Satur
day afternoon in compliment to her
sister, Mrs. George A. Niles, of
Griffin, Ga., the former Miss Sadie
Miller, of Waynesville. The tables
for playing were arranged in the
ladies' parlor of the Hotel LeFaine.
Autumn leaves and late fall flowers
adorned the room. v
Several progressions of contract
were enjoyed. When the scores
were totaled Miss Nancy Killian
was found to hold high and Mrs,
C. G. Griffin cut the consolation.
The guest list included in ad
dition to the honor guest and
prize winners, Mrs. W. R. Francis,
Miss Robena Miller, Mrs. Harry
Marshall, Mrs. . Chas. E. Frazier,
Mrs. C. N. Sisk, Miss Alice Quin
lan, Mrs. Joe Graves, Mrs. J. II.
Howell, Mrs. T. M. Seawell, and
Mrs John N. Shoolbred.
Mrs. J. II. Howell
Gives Dinner For
Mrs. J. Harden Howell, state
chairman of Indian work of the
North Carolina society of the DAR,
was hostess on Monday night of
a dinner honoring Mrs. Loren
Edgar Rex, of Wichita, Kan,,
chairman of Indian work of the
National society of DAR, and Mrs.
Benjamin Wyche, of Charlotte,
president of the North Carolina
DAR officers club.
The table was centered with an
arrangement of white and yellow
chrysanthemums, with white can
dles flanking the four corners of
the table. ; :.
The guest list included the of
ficers of the Dorcas Bell Love chap
ter of the DAR.
On Tuesday morning Mrs. Howell
accompanied her guests to the
Cherokee Indian Reservation. Mrs,
Rex is making a nation-wide tour,
visiting all the Indian reservations
and the chairmen of Indian work
in this country.
The three were guests of the
officials of the reservation for
luncheon, and following Mrs. Rex
inspected the buildings and the
activities, and gave a talk to the
assembly of the school.
Miss Evelyn Wyatt, who has been
taking treatment at the Haywood
County Hospital for the past sev
eral days, has returned to her
home in Hazelwood.'
Ray Truitt, of Fort Jackson, is
visiting his family here this week.
. - .
Mrs. C E. Grace has gone to
Philadelphia for an extended visit
Sgt ' Mackie Robinson, of Fort
Jackson spent the week-end here
with Mrs. Kobmson. .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bischoff have
as their guests this week Mrs. M.
Remm and Mrs. H. Snyder, of
.':' : 'v.:
Mrs. E. A. Greer is visitintrTr
and Mrs. H. E.Davis in Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stovall
and small daughter, Lynda, of Ha
zelwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Smith, of Whiting, Indiana, and
Mrs. W. D. Smith, of Candler.
spent Sunday in Cleveland, Ga.,
witn Mr. stovall's relatives.
Set' Roe TTill nf Vnrt Tol..
is spending this week here with
Mrs. Hill, -who nnfaiTOAnt on
eration at the Haywood County
nospitai inis weeK.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W Ttnwlo. an
daughter, Forence Ann have return
ed nome alter a week with Mrs.
Bowies' mother, Mrs. R. L. Hartley,
in irwinton, iieorgia. '
Sgt Clarence J. Hvatt nt tvl
sra bcnooi Squadron, Maxwell
Field. Alabama, is
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weeks luriough with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Hyatt, at
tneir nome on the Eagles Nest road
Miss Willie Mae Cone.
ginia Whitner and Miss Wilma
Hoyle were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Hyde and family in
Cold Winter Days Are Just Aim
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