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THURSDAY, MARCH 19 J
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. Abel Gives
Story Of Ellis
Island at DAR Meet
Mrs. J. F, Abel had the paper
of the afternoon at the March
meeting of the Dorcas Bell Love
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, which was
held on Friday with Mrs. L. M.
Killian. Mrs. S. H. Bushnell,
The subject under discussion be
ing "Ellis Island". Mrs. Abel told
her listeners of an imaginary tour
of Ellis Island, as seen from the
eves of an immigrant just arriv
ing in this country. She pointed
out the various services and cour
tesies extended those arriving and
particularly those who are detain
The regent appointed the follow
ing nominating committee: chair
man, Mrs. J. Harden Howell, Mrs.
Harry Rotha, and Mrs. John N.
Mrs. W. F. Swift, chairman of
patriotic education, announced that
Bob Lee had won the declamation
contest medal. Mrs. J. Harden
Howell announced that Mrs. Kate
Morris had donated twenty books
and 100 magazines had been given
by Mrs. L. M. Killian, Mrs, John
Davis and Mrs. J. W. Killian, to
the library at the Cherokee school
at the reservation.
The regent reported that her of
fer of a victrola and billiard table
to Fort Jackson had been accepted
and that the camp authorities
would send for them in the near
future. She made an appeal for
other items for the camp to be sent
at the same time.
Mrs. E. J. Hyatt stated that she
had collected 164 books from the
members for the drive for the boys
in camp. Mrs. Thad Howell, chair
man of civilian defense, stated that
the members had spent 12 hours in
the production rooms of the Red
Cross during the week and that a
number were taking classes in
home hygiene and nursing and
others had signed up for first aid
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Scruggs,
of Newton, spent the week-end
here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe M.
Tate and other relatives.
' .. '
Miss Jennie Greer, student at
Brevard College, spent the week
end in Hazelwood with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Greer.
Joe Tate, Jr., who is employed
in Wilmington, spent the week-end
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe N. Tate.
Mrs. Rufus Carswell has return
ed home after spending a month
in Newton with relatives. ,
Mrs. W. B. Evans, who has spent
sometime here with her son-in-law
and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Richeson, left Friday for
Mrs. Charlie Woodard and young
daughter have returned from a
visit to Miami and Hollywood
Mrs. Newton Cook, of Jackson
ville, was the guest of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis T. Co-
man, at Lake Junaluska for several '
days during the past week.
Waynesville Area Of
Baptist Sunday Schools
To Meet On Sunday
The Waynesville group of the
Haywood Baptist Sunday school
organization will meet on Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Bar
bersville Baptist church. There
are 13 Sunday schools in this area.
All Sunday school superinten
dents are asked to bring with them
reports to be discussed at the
meeting of the various problems
and features of Sunday school
activities. Each Sunday school is
also urged to send teachers and
large delegations to the meeting,
it was pointed out by R. E. Sen
telle, superintendent of the Bap
tist Sunday school association of
Bids for landscaping the
grounds of the First Baptist
church in Waynesville are now
being received. Plans and de
tails as prepared by an expert
are available for inspection at
the church office.
First Baptist Church
Waynesville, N. C.
For Register of Deeds
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination as
Register of Deeds in the May Pri
mary, subject to the action of the
Democratic party. I will appre
ciate your individual support.
For State Senate
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination for
State Senate, in the May Primary,
subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic party. I will deeply ap
preciate the support of all voters.
J. T. BAILEY
For State Senate
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the nomination as state
senator, subject to. the action of
voters in the Democratic primary
to be held May 30th. I will appre
ciate your support. v
For Register of Deeds
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination for
re-election as register of deeds of
Haywood County, subject to ac
tion of the voters in the Democratic
primary on May 30. I will ap
preciate the support of all voters.
Evelyn Craig Will
Present Her Dance
Pupils In Recital
Miss Evelyn Craig will present
her dance pupils in a recital at the
East Waynesville school on Friday
evening at 8 o'clock. It is the first
public recital given by the school
since it was opened six months
ago and is sponsored by the P.T.A.
of the East Waynesville school.
The program will consist' of a
variety of songs and dance num
bers. Miss Doris Grahl and Miss
Dorothy Milner will be accom
panists of the evening. Miss Mar
garet Hyatt, of the Hyatt School
of the Dance of Asheville, under
whom Miss Craig has studied for
the past six years, will be in
charge of the recital.
The following, pupils will take
part: Lynda Welch, Patsy Green,
Juanita McDaniels, Betty Sawyer,
Jacqueline Berry, Pauline Fergu
son, Clare Sue Shuler, Mary Ellen
Boone, Ruby McDaniels, Bobby
Lowdermilk, Jeff Reece, and Ver
ano MacHarper, and Caroline Mor
ris, of Sylva.
In addition to the pupils of the
school the following will also take
part: Marie Strange, Jean Rotha,
Theresa Alley, Martha Ann Grahl,
Sonny and John Calhoun.
Evelyn Craig, who has studied
for the past eight years, has ap
peared on numerous programs in
Asheville, and has also studied with
recognized dancing teachers in
New York. She will give five dif
ferent dance demonstrations on the
program. She is a member of the
sophomore class at the high school.
Mr. and Mrs. James Coman, of
Sanford, spent several days dur
ing the week with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis T. Co
man, at Lake Junaluska.
Roy Campbell, who is now locat
ed in Greenville, spent the week
Joe Davis, student at the Uni
versity of North Carolina, is spend.
ing the spring vacations here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover
K. L. Burgin, Jr., student at
Mars Hill College, spent the week
end here with his family. He had
as his guests two classmates, J
D. Crowder, of Greensboro, and
Vance Price, of Forest City.
Mrs. O. R. Martin left Tuesday
for Raleigh, where she will visit
her daughter, Mrs. William Fowler.
Mrs. F. E. Alley and her son,
Hayes Alley, left Tuesday for
New Bern where they will visit Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Alley and young son.
Mrs. Ada Graham, of Spartan
burg, has arrived to spend a week
with her cousin, Mrs. Maria Love
Felix Stovall, who has spent the
past two weeks with his family in
Florida, has returned home. Mrs.
Stovall and young daughter, Sallie,
have taken an apartment in Hol
lywood Beach and will remain for
a more extended stay.
Frederick Love, of the state rev
enue department, with headquar
ters m Kaieign, will arrive today
for a visit with his mother, Mrs.
Hugh A. Love.
Mr. and Mrs. Chess Lovedall,
spent Sunday at Fort Benning,
Ga with their son, Richard, who
recently joined the parachute bat
talion and is stationed there.
Miss Lucy McCracken left dur
ing the week for Washington, D.
C-, where she has accepted a posi
Woman's Club Will
Hold Meet Tonight
Instead of 3 P. M.
The Woman's Club will hold the
regular March meeting tonight at
8 o clock at the Hotel LeFaine.
The hour has been changed from
3 o clock in the afternoon to 8
in the evening to accommodate Dr
G. W. Murphy, of Asheville, who
will be the guest speaker of the
Dr. Murphy will give an illu
strated lecture on "The Cultiva
tion of Roses." He will show col
ored slides of different varieties
and growing conditions in Western
Hostesses of the meeting will
be: Mrs. W. L. McCracken, Mrs
Mary E. Moore, of Lake Junaluska,
Mrs. John M. Queen, Mrs. Jimmy
Boyd, and Mrs. T. M. Seawell, of
Carrollton, Ga., who will come up
especially for the meeting.
.Mr. and Mrs. William Cham,
bers, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Scruggs, left Friday for
Keesler Field, Miss., where they
will visit their sons, William
Chambers, III, and Joe Scruggs,
who are in training there.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Greer have
returned home after spending a
week in Bessermer, Ala., with
their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Greer. They
were accompanied home by their
small daughter, Carolyn, who had
been visiting there.
FOR SALE One stack of soy
beans and one stack of grass
hay. See Mrs. R. L. Underwood,
East Waynesville. Mar. 19
DRESSMAKING I am sewing.
bo nave your old clothes made
new. Your new clothes made to
fit you. Fancy and plain sewing.
Attention to re-styling, ladies'
tailoring. Mrs. Henry Gaddy
The Hollies East Street.
FOR SALE One show case.
American Fruit Stand. Mar. 19
HOUSE FOR RENT MrSi W. T.
Crawford. Call 250-J. Mar. 19 for a week-end visit
Willie R. Tate, of Newton, spent
the week-end here with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe M. Tate.
Richard Gerranger, of Wilming
ton, spent the week-end here with
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hooper had
as their guests over the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bumgarner,
of Wilmot, the latter's parents.
Paul Walker, Jr., spent the
past week in Wilmington, with his
father, who holds a position there.
Young Walker left Monday for
Baltimore, Md., where he has ac
cepted a position with the Glenn
Martin Airplane factory.
Miss Cornelia Watson, of Mt
Kisco, N. Y., who is a student at
Furman University, arrived yes
terday afternoon to Visit Mrs. W.
F. Swift. Miss Watson is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Watson, of Mt. Kisco. Mrs. Wat
son is the former Miss Dorothy
Muzzell, who once resided here
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs
Muzzell were Once owners of
"Fairhaven", the country home of
W. T. Lee.
Joe Tate, Jr. who is now em
ployed at the North Carolina
Shibuilding plant in Wilmington,
spent the week-end here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Tate.
Mrs. Hugh A. Love, who has
spent the pastjiionth with relatives
in Florida and with her daughter,
Miss Henrietta Love, in Raleigh,
has returned home.
Sam Queen, Jr., who is employ
ed by the North Carolina Ship
building company in Wilmington,
spent several days here this week
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Justice, who is now locat
ed in Wilmington, spent the week
end in town with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grahl. for
merly of Waynesville, now of Dal
ton, Ga., spent the week-end here
as the guests of their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
inrs, is. t. Lancaster and son,
Bobby, spent the week-end in'. Au
gusta with Captain Lancaster,
who is now stationed there.
Miss Debrayda Fisher and Miss
Almarie Robinson spent the week
end in Greenville, S. C, with the
former's sister, Mrs. Robert Tram
Miss Jane Dudley Francis, stu
dent at Peace College, spent a few
days here this week with her par
ents, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Francis.
She was accompanied to Raleigh
on her return by her parents and
young sister, Nancy Francis.
Mr. and Mrs, H. L. Pender, of
High . Point, are visiting the lat
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Estus
Arrington. Mrs. Pender was the
former Miss Florrie Arrington, of
Charles Miller. Jr., a student at
the North Carolina State College,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Fry
arrived last week from Harriman,
Tenn. Mr. Fry has been transfer
red to Fontana Dam and Mrs. Frv
wiu remain here for a visit with
her mother, Mrs. Ed Bright.
Mrs. George Toncray. who has
spent the past three weeks here
with Mrs. John N. Shoolbred, has
returned to her home in Johnson
City, Tenn. She was accompanied
by Mr. Toncray, who came here
Birthday Party Given
In Honor Of R. L. Prevost
A dinner party was given on last
Friday evening at the Oreen Jree
Tea room by the foremen of the
Unagusta Manufacturing Company,
honorong R. L. Prevost, Sr., on his
Sam Knight acted as toastmas
ter and paid high tribute to
Mr. Prevost for what he had meant
to the men.
Mr. Prevost expressed his ap
preciation for the thoughtfulness
and co-operation of his foremen.
" After dinner speeches were made
by Claude Allen, special guest, and
Rudolph Carswell, W. H. Prevost,
Whitener Prevost and Leo Hill.
During the evening safety slides
were shown by Mr. Dorsey. Those
present were: R. L. Prevost, Sr.,
honor guest, Rudolph Carswell,
Claude Allen, W. H. Prevost,
Whitener Prevost, L. B. Hooper,
W. H. Gaddy, Leo Hill, Dewey
Brendle, Roger Walker, L. C. Wad
dell, F. E. Kuykendall, Sam
Knight, Clyde Jordan, R. M. Wad
dell, and Mr, Dorsey.
Mrs. Horace Peek
To Be Installed As
Bethel PTA Head
Mrs. Horace Peek will be install
ed as president of the Bethel Par
ent Teacher Association at the
meeting held this afternoon in the
school auditorium, the last meeting
of the school year.
Others who will be installed at
the same time include, first vice
president, Mrs. Harris Sentelle,
second vice president, Mrs. Earl
Moore; secretary, Mrs. W, P.
Mrs. J. D. Moore will conduct
the devotional period. I. A. Mc
Lain, agriculture teacher, will dis
cuss "Vocational Training."
Miss Frances Burress, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Burress,
who has spent the past two years in
LeGrande, Ore., where she has
been the guest of her cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. T. M, Maxwell, arrived
Miss Betty Lou Alexander, of
Fort Lauderdale; Fla., arrived on
Sunday to visit friends.
Local Girl Will
Resident In May
Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Allison,
of Jonathan Creek have announc
ed the engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Frances May Allison, to
Albert Richard Stollenwerk, of Mil
The marriage will take place
sometime in May, the date to be
Miss Allison is a graduate of
the Waynesville township high
school. At present she is the clerk
in the office of the district health
department. Prior to her taking
this position she did secretanai
work for St, John's Catholic school
and later held a position with the
George J, Meyer Company, of Milwaukee.
Mr. Stollenwerk is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stollenwerk,
of Milwaukee. He holds a posi
tion with the Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul Railways and is also
associated with the firm of his
father, in Milwaukee.
The couple will reside in Mil
waukee. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee Liner
Jr., had as their guest for the
past several days, Sergeant James
R. Johnston, of Fort Bragg, the
Lawrence Plott, of Dalton, Ga.,
visited relatives here during the
week, having accompanied his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Grahl, here for the week-end.
Dr. William Way, rector of Grace
Episcopal church of Charleston,
was the guests on Wednesday of his
nephew, J. H. Way, Jr. Dr. Way
was in this section to hold special
pre-Lenten services in Asheville.
Mrs, Otis Green, Jr., of Ashe
ville, who was prior to her marri
age Miss Virginia Ferguson, spent
the week-end here with Mrs. Rufus
L. Allen. Mrs. Green will shortly
join her husband, Captain Otis
Green, in Washington, D. C, where
she will also be with her father,
Major General Harley B. Fergu
son, who has been recalled to the
service after he was retired.
Circles of Methodist
Church to Hold Meetings
The circles of the .Woman's So
ciety of Christian Service of the
First Methodist church will meet
on Tuesday as follows: Circle
number one, at the home of Mrs.
S. P. Gay, with Mrs. W. T. Shel
tr,n an A Mrs. J. C. Reece as asso
ciate hostesses, at 3:30 in the aft
Circle Two with Mrs. J. R. Boyd,
nH Mm. J. M. Mock as asso
ciate hostesses at 3:30 in the aft
ernoon; Circle Three, with Mrs.
J. Clay Madison at 7:30 in the eve
ning; Circle Four with Mrs. Claude
Rogers and Miss Mattie Mooay
and Mrs. Roger Medford as asso
ciate hostesses at 7:30; Circle Five,
with Mrs, Roger Walker and Mrs.
Joe Jack Atkins as associate hos
tesses at 7:30.
Linwood Grahl and young
daughter, Carroll Martha, and son,
Billy, are spending this week with
the former's parents in Dalton, Ga.
J. J. Turby left Sunday for his
home in Stark. Fla., after spend
ing sometime with his sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Welch Singleton entertain
ed the woman's division of Chris
tian Service at her home last
week. Twenty members were pres
ent. Mrs. Margaret Clontz was
in charge of the program. Those
participating were: Mrs. Joe Bev
erage, Mrs. Jim Welch, Mrs. W, P.
Whitesides and Mrs. R. O. Kelley.
After the program and the busi
ness session, of which the presi
dent, Mrs. J. W, Blitch had charge,
the hostess served delicious re
freshments and the group adjourn
ed to meet with Mrs. John Pless
Mrs. D. R. King, of Hawaii, re
cently visited her niece, Mrs. Joe
Beverage. Mrs. King was in Pearl
Harbor at the time of the attack.
Mr. King has been there for 25
years, serving in the navy, and
remains there yet.
Joe Cathey, of Randolph Field,
Hazelwood P, a
fit fin A nril . r
To Finance Garden.
Mrs. Dewev Hvott .
the Haywood county 'ffl
ent and Teachers
Day " at a meeting 0f lhrH
wood Parent Teachers in
It was decided to have u J
on April 3. Re,t ,:, 4
Asheville, will be masted 1
mnnioa Tha . "I Chi
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us to help finance theJ
The nominating commits
commended the mj.u.. .
officers. They are; L. C t
vice president: M t n
secretary, and Miss Dalsj
The association plans to t
delegate fcn thu otto n n. ,
mg in ureensDoro in AdhI
Mrs. Nell V H..n V
was given a half hnli,io
ing the largest per cent of Jj
in nfr.tpnHann . a. . M
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Texas, has visited his aunt rets:
ly, Mrs. Charlie Ten-ell. v, r..
cjr io ju service ana at presen
an oiijjiauc mecnanie.
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Mr. Sincleton has Knan in ,1. . I
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Mrs. Cecil Riddle is M t.
out again, after undprnin. J
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operation ac me Haywood Own
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iiuuiii-c me uihii oi a son OHMih
Mr. and Mrs. Sam tt'u
nounce the birth of a son on id
The Aero Medical Associatw
composed of service and tiiM
physicians interested in aA
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