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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Four Girls Give
Dance On Friday
For Football Teams
Miss Mary Stents, Miss Helen
Reed. Miss Mary Ellen Boone.
and Miss Mary Miller entertained
with a dance at the Hotel Gordon
on Friday evening honoring the
football teams of the Waynesville
Township high school and the
Hendersonville high school.
The affair was given immediate
ly following the game on Friday
evening. Around 150 guests were
present, among which were mem
bers of the local Sub-Deb Club and
the Sub-Deb Club of Canton and
others of the high school set.
The chaperones included M.
Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rat
cliff, Mr. and Mrs. William Med-
ford, Miss Meredith Whitaker, and
L. T. New, Jr.
Miss Isabella Kullman, of Toledo.
Ohio, has arrived in town and wiS
be the guest of Mrs. P. L. Turby-
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C. E. RAY S SONS
Music Club Has
Program On Music
Of British Isles
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Mrs. Troy Wyehe was in charge
of the program of the Waynea
ville Music dub at the October
meeting which was held at "Blink
Bonnie" with - Mb s Margaret
Stringfteld, aniiMrj. Tx E. Green
as associate hostpsse jMrs. Henry
Foy, president presided.
"Music of the British Isles" was
the subject under discussion, y Mrs.
Wyche stated that ' music was
known in early Ireland, Scotland,
Wales and 1 England and she re
ferred to the scores of musical
barbs of the ' 10th' century. She
told of King Brian Boris of Ire
land, whose harp of 28 strings
is to be seen ,today in the Dublin
Museum. rlC I
Mrs. . Wyche ; pointed out that
credit for the first polyphonic writ
ing was given to the Englishman
John Dunztablc She told of how
Thomas Tel is, who because of the
remarkable choral works he left,
won the title of "Father of Eng
lish Choral Works". She traced
Mrs. H. Braren
Hostess Of Civic
The Civic League met with Mrs.
Herbert Braren on Wednesday
night with Mrs. Rufus L. Allen,
president, presiding. Plans were
formulated to study the subject
of "Radios Under National De
fense", and other current topics
and events of the day.
During the evening a discussion
of the need for benches on the
streets was held. It waa pointed
out that a few years ago the
league members at their own ex
pense placed a number of benches
on the streets, also' swings on va
cant lots for the children of the
It was also brought out in the
meeting that the league at one time
was instrumental in getting the
town to pass an ordinance requir
ing all children under the age of
nine to be home by 9 o'clock.
The stoud went on record re-1
00 rilinff ftia stoat inn i liMn- '
erty on Hallowe en and voted to
ask parents to instruct their chil-
the development of music in the jdren as to the matter, and hold
British Isles as it was in the reign
of Henry VII down to the pres
ent, bringing out that all the arts
flourished during the reign of
Queen Elizabeth, told how there
was slight advancement in music
the first half of the 17th century
because of political turmoils. She
stated that during the reign of
Charles II, music again came to the
fore and was promoted by Henry
It was pointed out that by the
19th century English music had de
clined and leaders were imported.
Soon after Sir Arthur Sullivan,
an Englishman, became well known
for his comic operas in which
he satirized the branches of the
government, with words written by
Sir William Gilbert.
Mrs. Wyche also told of Samuel
Coleridge Taylor and his famous
cantata "Hiawatha's Wedding
them responsible for property de
The next meeting of the league
will be held at the home of Mrs.
R. L. Allen on November 19th.
Methodist Young People's
Union To Hold Annual
Banquet on Thursday 13th
The annual banquet of the Hay
wood Methodist Young People's
Union; will be held at Bethel on
Thursday evening, November 13th
The ladies of the Bethel Methodist
church have planned the menu and
will serve the dinner on that night.
A seasonal program which car
ries out the three ideas, namely,
Thanksgiving, football and au
tumn, is being planed by the lead
ers ol the group,
Miss Sue Cooke, union Dresident.
will be toast mistress of the even-
Feast". She referred to the ori- ing, Miss Mary Stentz, of the
gmality ox Edward Elgar and his : waynesville young people's divi
rank with the world's greatest
composer, Miss Sarah Jane Walk
er played his best known compo
sition "Love's Greeting". Miss
Ida Jean Brown sang ''Tit Willow".
from Sullivan' "MikadV,,
The program closed with a dis
cussion of folk.'i'songs,vwith Mrs.
Bane Messer ''singing:'." Would I
Were A - Tender 'Apple Blossom".
and Mrs.v'Green singing "Loch
by Mrs. H,G. Hammett. The
group sang "Auld Lang . Syne",
with Mr,"XEeidmagidirecting and
Mrs. Cornelia Nixoit at the piano.
Mrs. Robert Osborne gave cur
rent musical events. Miss Sarah
Jane Walker; Mrs. Cornelia Nixon,
Mrs. Kane Messer and Dr. Edith
Anderson were welcomed as new
Attention was called to the de
layed district meeting to be held
in Brevard on November 15th. A
social hour followed adjournment
Sgt. Rufus Carswell. of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end here
with Mrs. Carswell. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hyatt had
as their guest Sunday, Miss Daphne
Rice, of Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Younz. Clarence
Young and Edna SUmmerrow, of
nazeiwood, and Mr,nd,Mrs. John
Young, of Marion, are snendinir a
few days in New York City with
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me loungs relatives. : ,
Dr. I. B. Funke had as her truest
over the week-end her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Frank Brown, of Greensboro.
and her nephew, Dr. Elmer Brown
and his wife, of Davidson College.
sion, will render two solos and the
Canton group will give instrumen
tal numbers. Several amusing
stunts are also planned for the
All young people in the Meth
odist Leagues of the county are
invited to attend and enjoy the
fellowship and fun of the evening.
Y. W. A. TO. MEET
. The Y. W. A. of the Haielwood
Baptist church will meet at th
home of Miss Pauline Ray Monday
night, Nov. 3rd, at 7:30 o'clock. -.
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Mr, and Mrs. George Stentz, of
Newport News, Va., were the
guests during the week of the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Robert E. Wood, of Eliza
bethtown, Tenn., spent the week
end here with her mother, Mrs.
John N. Shoolbred.
Miss Merrill Green, student at
Western Carolina Teachers College,
spent the week-end in town with
her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Connell
have returned from their wedding
trip and are guests at the Gordon
Hotel while their home in Grim
bail Park is undergoing renova
tions. Mr. Connell recently pur
chased the home of Mrs. Craw
ford, of Ohio, in Grimball Park.
PTA Sponsors Hallowe'en
The PTA of the East Waynes
ville school will sponsor a Hallow.
e'en carnival tonight at the school,
beginning at 7:30. A number ol en
tertauung features are planned, in
eluding a cake walk and a color
ful and interesting program by the
The first part of the evening win
be devoted to the presentation of
a play "Such is Life," and other
The patrons of the school and
the public are cordially invited to
attend. . ;
FFA Boys of Township
High School Will Hold
Annual Banquet Tonight
The Smoky Mountains National
chapter of the Future Farmers of
America will hold their annual ban
quet tonight in the chapter house
on the Waynesville township high
Carmel Hollingsworth, president
of the chapter, will serve as mater
of ceremonies. Instead of the
guest speaker usually invited to
attend and address the group, this
year, a motion picture will be the
main feature of the program.
Date of Woman's Club
Meeting Postponed To
Friday the 21st i
The regular November meeting
of the Woman's Club which wm
scheduled to be held on Thursday,
the 20th, has been postponed to
Friday, 21st, due to the fact that
the regular date of the third Thurs.
day fell this year on Thanksgiving
Day, according to Mrs. C. F. Kirk-
patrick, chairman of programs.
The meeting will be held at the
home of Miss Caroline Alsteatter,
with Mrs. C. C. White, Mrs. Jerry
Colkitt, . Mrs. R. N. Barber, and
Mrs. W. T. Hannah as associate
Rev. R. E. McBIain, rector of
Grace Episcopal church, will ad
dress the group on "National De
fense". Local Girl Named '
Member of Honor Society
Of Greensboro College
Miss Frances Turner, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Turner.
who is a member of the senior
class of Greensboro College, has
recently been named to-membership
on the Honor Society of the Col
lege. .' ".
This is one of the outstanding
recognitions ever given a girl
at the college. Miss Turner who
has made an excellent record all
through her college career, is grad
uating with the second highest hon-J
ors in her class.
Local Unit State
Dance Friday Night
Miss Wagenf eld
Hostess Of Dinner
Party On Saturday
Miss Corinne Wagenfeld was
hostess of a dinner party on Sat
urday evening at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. U. wag
enfeld, on the Balsam Road.
The table was centered with an
attractive arrangement of purple
and yellow chrysanthemums. .
The guest list included Miss
Billie Rotha, Miss Thomaaine
Stringfield, Mips Jane White,
enrv Tuttle. Dr. Grover M. Davis,
Dr. Buck Wells, of Murphy, ana
Ben Carter, of Knoxville.
Miss Frances Burgin, of New
port News, is here on a visit with
her mother, Mrs. F. A. Burgin,
on Love Lane. She was accom
panied home by her young niece,
Judy Burgin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Burgin, of Newport
Mrs. Otis Massie, of Gatlinburg,
Tenn., spent last week in Hazel
wood with her mother, Mrs. Hessie
Mrs. Fred Kizziah, who has been
visiting in Durham and Burlington,
has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Winchester,
Miss Willie Mae Cope, Chess Love-
dahl and N, A. Griffin were guests
Sunday of Robert Cope, Jr., Hil-
liard Winchester and Richard Love-
dahl, who are on maneuvers in
Lancaster, S, C.
Coy Rice, of Hendersonville,
spent from Friday till Sunday in
Hazelwood with Aaron Hyatt.
The local unit of the State Guard
are sponsoring a masquerade
square dance on Hallowe'en night
at the Waynesville Armory. A
large number of attractive and val
uable prizes will Jse awarded dur
ing the course of the evening.
according to those in charge.
Music will be furnished! to the
Soeo Gap Dance String band. Danc
ing will start at nine o'clock.
A small admission fee will be
charged. The public is cordially
invited to attend.
f ' D$$Mng forward to new fashions
i';r A - - ::,
A beautiful repin that
a whole reason ahead in
' ityling. Black saede of
doskjr elegance.; A tiny
open toe and "a lightly. -open
look up the front. '
"And the Magic Sole lor
WANTED FARMERS of this
county to produce more milk. Get
in on this good market. See- Pet
Dairy Products Co. TF
LOST Black and brown female
hound dog, in Rogers Cove sec
tion. If found notify Jesse Ross,
Hazelwood. Reward. Oct. 30.
WANTED Used piano in good con
dition. Reasonable, Terms cash.
Call 361-W. ',' Oct. 30
ELECTRIC OVEN Hot plates.
plugs in regular line; $9.50. Grad
ing Gas Service, Church Street.
FOR IMMEDIATE RENTAL OR
SADD 7 room house on East
Street. Rental $12.00. Sale
$1,500. H. C. Wilburn.
Oct. 30-Nov. 4.
FOR SAL Hardy flower plants
lor lall setting. Most wanted
varieties. D. D. York, route one,
Waynesville. v Oct. 30.
LOST One Spaniard, cinamon col
or year old puppy." Missing about
three weeks. Female. Belonged to
son of Chrest George. Reward
offered. Oct 30.
FOR RENT 118 Main street. Com
fortably furnished 3 room cot
tage. Beautyrest mattress, pi
ano. See L. Ni Davis Realty Co.
' . . See .
Champion Motor Co.
Canton, N. C.
HOME FOR SALE OR RENT
Furnished or unfurnished, 8
room8, 2 baths, lights, water and
9 acres on highway, 15 miles
East of Waynesville. Good
building lot 125 x 125 feet on
highway, 8 miles East of Way
nesville. Miss Lottie Smith, Can
dler, N. C. Oct. 30
APARTMENT FOR RENT Ap
ply 441 Love Lane. Oct. 30
FOR RENT 3-room furnished cot
tage. Frigidaire, Beauty Rest
mattress, broadloom rug, com
fortable chairs, sofa. Very Cozy.
$15 per month. 118 Main Street.
FOR RENT Apartment on first
floor. Call Mrs. E. T. Duckett.
PUMPKINS FOR SALE Unusu
ally good. $2.50 for pick-up
truck load. Mrs. Mabel J. Gill,
Route No. 2. Oct. 30.
WANTED AT ONCE combination
radio repairman and salesman.
Apply Western Auto Associate
Store, Main Street. Oct 30
WANTED TO BUY a good used
Heatrola. See M. T. McCracken
at The Toggery. Oct 30
FOR RENT First
ment Mrs. W. T.
LOST TWO BIRD DOGS, one black
and white and other gray and
white. Owner's name on collar
of both dogs. Return or give in
formation of where abouts to
Harrold Massie, at Massie Furn
iture Co. Oct. 30
C. A. Black and daughter, Miss
Diana Black, left during the week
for Safety Harbor, Fla., where
they have spent the past several
; , . .; .
Miss Mary Lou Elwood, student
at Montreat College, spent the
week-end in town with her mother,
Mrs. Jack Elwood.
Mrs. G. N. Henson and daugh
ter, Miss Ruth Henson, of Spin-
dale, spent the week-end in town
with the former's mother, Mrs.
P. L. Turbyfill.
Mr. and Mrs, G. N. Henson, Jr.,
and two children, of Gastonia,
spent the week-end 1iere with the
former's grandmother, Mrs. P. L.
Richard Queen, who is now sta
tioned at Fort MePherson, spent
the week-end here with his fam
Mrs. Claude Brown had as her
guests over the week-end Miss
Vera Jones, of Brevard, and Miss
Melba Nanny, of Weaverville. , Mrs.
Brown and her guests were among
those from this section attending
the 62nd annual Home Coming
Day at Western Carolina Teachers
College, taking in the football
game on Saturday afternoon.
Give Reception To
Pastor And Wife
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the First Methodist
church will entertain with, a re
ception in the banquet hall of the
church on 1 next Tuesday, evening
from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock in honor
of the new pastor and his wife,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Clay Madison,
who will arrive this week from
Receiving with the honor guests
will be the Rev. W. L. Hutchins,
superintendent of the Waynesville
district, and Mrs. Hutchins and
the officers and chairmen of the
Woman's Society, hostess group,
newly appointed Methodist minis-
Amoig the guests will be the
ters to the various charges in the
county. All the members of the
congregation are cordially invited
to attend. "
Mrs. J. D. Stentz
In Charge Of Week
Of Prayer Program
The annual week of prayer will
be observed by the woman's society
of Christian Service in an all day
meeting at the Methodist church
here today, starting at 10 o'clock. 1
Mrs. J. Dale Stentz will be in
charge of the program. At noon
luncheon will be served in the din
ing room of the church. AH mem
bers of the society are urged to at
tend. Mrs. W. D. Smith left Waynes
ville last Thursday for Poplarville,
Mississippi, after being detained
here on account of the serious ill
ness of Mrs. W. A. Smith, of Or
lando, Florida. Mrs. Smith, the
mother of W, D. Smith, spent the
summer here and was taken criti
cally ill the first of August, and was
not able to leave until a few days
ago. Mrs. W. D. Smith had
a substitute teaching for her in
the Pearl River College since the
first of September.
R. L. Arrington, chief petty offi
cer of the U. S. S., McDougal, spent
a few days with his mother, Mrs.
S. B. Arrington, on the Balsam
Miss Betty Stillwell is visiting
relatives in Bryson City and Whit
tier this week. ."" .
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller, of
Asheville, have moved to Waynes-
TiHe and are t residing j at . " the
Miller home on Branher Avenue.
Burt C, Stillwell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Stillwell, of Hazel
wood, who recently joined the U.
S. Navy, is stationed now in Nor
folk, Va., for 6 weeks training.
Mrs. Albert Harris and son have
gone to Wilmington where Mr. Har
ris has a position with the North
Carolina Shipbuilding Company.
They will make their home in Wilmington.
Anna (Jari. ..j
Lawrence Kerle, J
iihth birthdaJ .IS
the home rttfifcl
color note in tv,"?110
the table wa. M
of yeUow IJ!"
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cake. ir. 'JTS
by the vvW
Mrs. Moody HaU.
The twins receive
playing gamea. Th. 1
included: Mary Cro
Mdler, Gertie ILS
ard Helmkt PatrTrsJ
Ruth Norris A,T
Kerley, Carrol Gng
ler, Joe KerlPv vZJ?H
Aaron Gibson, ciarenJ
Martha lnn ..Lr "l
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Mr. and Mrs. W p,.l
Jr., left Fridav f. 1
r. T' lney- are at
the eighth annual cw
tion, Inc., which i u..
the Pennsylvania Hotel uJ
All the convenlenci of eh
Metered GAS Seni.
Brading Gas Seni
Churoh Street Hut
Mrs. Joe Grav
Will have charge of ti
; room of the
Come and see what we
Ladies Cotton and Rayon
For Shirts, Jackets and
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In Plaids and Solib
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Part Wool Double
In Solids and Strip
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