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APRIL 2, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
koir Of Long's
1 i "!-.. -.1 will
, f I oner s
ch0,r Faier Cantata at 8
'resent a'Vaswr Sunday evening,
f111, u-ill open with the
The prog' " PtV,p Lord Is
of "Crown Him
B" Man owns", scripture
,ling ana ?. ' ivp the follow-
P'Tr- "Oh Who Is He
W-S "Thy WUl Be
f J"with Miss Margie Liner
I Ruth Goodson, soprano
md Mi Ul" , TTyitrt Death".
1 1 Heisie -Terreir bass solo, and
llthHeiSie t Terrell.
osS Miss Chaney and
rs. Solesby. ;
i..na wnai uoah
t"0 Love ti"-. n,
h0U Done?" quartet composed of
- m:.- ninasor. Rev.'
hir, Jones, -. . ,
Es McLean and Tyson Cathey ; ,
'There as A -JJ-''
ThP 4nee s jiesaBc , -----fine
-i"!-, . ...jfi, Miss
lives, A Kisen .
Edith Long, soprsdo. .
Miss Uorotny "
. v,n. of Me" : Mrs.
. . ,. ;n inr "The Prom-
IRnberl Junes ----
fc Of Morning"; "The Song of
Lwn", by Miss Elizabeth Glos
Lr; and the choir will close with
The choir is composed oi Misses
.. , iu Di.;i,0rt Willis Rhine-
tlizaoein uiu."" v, ----hart,
Venia Rhinehart, Dorothea
Chaney, Lawrence Ellen Chaney,
Edith Long, Sara Long, Mabel Mc
Cracken, Evelyn McCracken, Betty
June McCracken, Ruth Goodson,
t.1- 'l.il. r!,. T.iifilla MpHfnrH.
iVIZaueiu uavooca, j-iuwi.i, i
Jeanette Crawford, Margie Liner,
n n I fi' W W Tor-roll
Mrs. n. u liuuk,
if.. IaW .Innos Mm. J. B.
ana, nuviv """i
v. l. r. T? TT Tor.
rell, Claude Medford, Carey Mc
Cracken, and Rev. Miles McLean.
Little Miss Bo Moore
Honored With Birthday
Party Last Saturday
Little Miss Bo Moore, young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
C. Moore, was "given a party by
her mother last Saturday after
noon in observance of her seventh
The Easter motif was carried
out in the decorations and refresh
ments. Games featured the after
noon. Mrs. Moore was assisted by
Mrs. Ben J. Sloan and Mrs. Ken
neth Karnes in receiving and en
tertaining the guests.
Amorfg those present were:
Lynda Sloan, Ann Coman Craw
ford, Florence Ann Bowles, Helen
Mae Karnes, Jane Clapp, Lane Pre
vost, Laura Woody, Julia Ann
Stovall, Florie Patrick, Elizabeth
Ann Watkins, Barbara Obenchains,
George Dewey Stovall, Jeff Reece,
Bobby Lancaster and Charles
Brown To Lead
Prom At N.Y.U.
Miss Ruby Frances Brown, a
student at Woman's College of the
University of North Carolina, will
pend the spring holidays as the
euest of a classmate, Miss Mary
Thompson, at the latter's home in
Hempstead, Long Island. They
will be joined by two other class
mates and the four plan to visit
many points of interest around
N'iw York City.
Miss Brown, the daughter of Mr.
and Mis. J. C. Brown, has been
invited to lead the grand march
at New York University's annual
senior prom, which this vear will
he given on the Astor roof on Sat
urday, April 4th. Her escort will
he Harold Young, a native of Tex
as, who completed his first year of
college at the University of Vir
flma and his last three at the
University of New York. He is
Past president of the student gov
ernment and president of his class.
Surprise Birthday Party
,cu uy ivirs. doe loung
Mrs. .Tno Vn .. - .
luuug gave a surprise
party on last Friday eve
?? honoring her husband on his
i ' n"iversary. .
vM .-- '"""i ox green ana
yei'w was carried out in the decorations.
The gust list included: Mr. and
. Howard Scarborough, Mr. and
n. Lucius Hudson, Mr. and Mrs.
ummerrow, miss (Edna
,rawow, and Clarence Young.
MasnnL T 1 1 tne Waynesville
Per for tl e nost a 8UP"
aieht i 5 members on Friday
AlPnl 3rd' in the banquet
toarrivl P e- Members are asked
et fo' ?rmptly at 7;30 the hour
back'.1"1 Mr!- Johnny Cndde
Pittston Dspendinsr this week in
Sred 0berl and Miss
the 7 I 7 Newport, R. I,
K 6 Tk-nd h with
? Wa fLrom his home
Easter holM re had 8Pen the
studies 801,001 to resume his
nlu- Fred Tate and
t!EnJ2 Newton, .pent
e. i Tat "d other rel-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stovall
and daughter, Lynda, spent a few
days last week in Cleveland, Ga.,
visiting relatives. They were ac
companied home by Mr. Stovall's
father, who visited here for a few
Mrs. Ruf us Carswell spent the
week-end in Columbia, S. C-, with
her husband, Sergeant Rufus Cars-well.
Mr. and Mrs. Greek Waddell
spent Sunday in Asheville with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Miss Vivian Clarke spent last
week-end in Asheville with friends,
While there she attended a party.
Billie Howell arrived during the
week from Easton, Penn., for a
visit with his aunt, Mrs. E. K
- .. ' '
Bobby Breece left Monday , for
Christ School to resume his studies
after spending the' past ten days
here with his mother, Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hodges
and children, of Lenoir City, Tenn.,
spent the week-end in town as the
guests of Mrs. Roy Campbell.
Fred Buchanan, of Allen's Creek,
recently moved to a place on the
new highway beyond the Baptist
church in his community. He had
as his guest shortly after moving
Mrs. John Estes, and daughter, May
Kuykendall, Mrs. Collie Buchanan
and granddaughter Mrs. Hazel
Rathbone and two sisters, and Rob
ert Buchanan and son.
Miss Ann and Miss Corrie Kerr,
of Asheville, were the guests dur
ing the week of Mrs. Hugh Massie.
O. L- Yates, who is connected
with the city ticket office of the
Southern Railway in Atlanta, spent
the week-end with his family.
Mrs. Clayton Walker has re
turned from Ware Shoals, S. C,
where she spent two weeks with
Miss Mary Medford and Miss
Virginia Osborne returned Monday
from Washington, D. C., where
they spent the past week visiting
Mrs. Roy Robinson spent the
week-end in Franklin, where she
was called due to the illness of
Miss Kathryn Davis, whd is at
tending Lees-McRea College, is
expected to arrive Saturday to
spend the spring holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spur
Inn fnviA flra t a yttVi rt i tr attADnl.
l"g VV U1I1CAAA o VUAlCgt . Ill U1CCUD-
boro, is expected to arrive Satur
day to spend the spring holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Messer
spent the week-end in Valdese with
the latter's parents. .
Richard Bradley, who is at
tending Davidson College, is ex
pected to -arrive today to spend
the spring holidays with his par
ents, Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Bradley.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Underwood
e ' -"ons, Carroll and Kenneth and
fo.'--. M Underwood spent Sunday
in Murphy with the latter s moth
er, Mrs. Louis Lomanace, who is
Franklin Morast, of Chatta
nooga, nephew of the late Mrs. S.
A. Jones, and E. Wayne Hoover,
of Los Angeles, Calif., the latter a
ministerial student at Asbury Col
lege, Wilmore, Ky., were the guests
of Miss Nanette and Miss S. A.
Jones last week at their home on
Miss Kathryn Blalock and Miss
Dorothy Richeson, who are stu
dents at Peace College, Raleigh,
arrived yesterday to spend the
spring holidays with their parents.
Marriage Of Mrs.
Will Ray And Mr.
Lutz Is Announced
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Mrs. Will Ray and
Mr. Sherman Lutz, formerly of
Dayton, Ohio, now a resident of
The marriage took place at nine
o'clock Saturday morning, March
the 25th, at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. Frank Leatherwood, with
the former officiating.
Mrs. Lutz wore a suit of soldier
blue and her flowers were a cor-sae-e
of pink and white carnations.
The couple will make their home
Lester Burgin, Jr., and a class
mate from Mars Hill College spent
the week-end in town with the for
mer's parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. L.
Miss Jane Stentz left Friday for
Newport News, where she will visit
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. George Stentz.
Joe Way, student at Wake For
est College, spent the week-end in
town with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs: J. H. Way, Jr.
Mrs. Billie Swann, of Asheville,
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Walls and other relatives.
HOWARD GLENN ASHE
Funeral services were conduct
ed yesterday afternoon at the
Arnold Plains Baptist church for
Howard Glenn Ashe, 8 year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ashe,
who died at the home of his par
ents at 6:30 Monday night in the
Sunburst section of the county.
The Rev. Lush Rogers officiated.
Burial was in the Arnold Plains
Surviving are the parents; four
sisters, Helen, Murel, Juanita, and
Clara Lee, one brother, Robert
Harold Ashe, all of Sunburst,
ROBERT CLIFTON CODY
Robert Clifton Cody, 49, native
of Graham county, died at the home
of his brother, Grady Robinson, in
the Ratcliff Cove section on Friday.
Mr. Cody had been ill in an Ashe
ville hospital and was en route
home, stopping here for a visit
with relatives when he was taken
Funeral services were held at
Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan, who has
spent the greater part of the win
ter with her daughters, has return
ed to town. She has been the guest
of Mrs. Christopher C. Crittenden,
in Raleigh, of Miss Mary Quinlan,
in Alexandria, La., and Miss Betsy
Lane Quinlan, in Washington, prior
to her sailing for Iceland.
Varied Services To
Be Held Easter
(Continued from page one)
church addressed the students;
Tuesday, Rev. Frank Leatherwood,
his home in ' Tuskeegee, Graham
county on Sunday afternoon. Bur
ial was in the Gunter cemetery.
-He is survived by his widow, the
former Miss Josephine Wilson, six
sons, Verlis, Bill, Gerald, Herbie,
and Delbert, one daughter, Miss
Emelyn, all of Tuskeegee, and
MRS. JOE SUTTON
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
Red Bank cemetery for Mrs. Joe
Sutton, 36, who died at her home
in the Mauney Cove around 8
o'clock Tuesday night.
Mrs. Sutton is "survived by her
husband and several children.
Bethel Baptist Sunday
School Group To Hold
Convention On Sunday
(Continued from page one)
The Sunday schools in the group
include: Bethel, Riverside, Burnett
Siding, Laurel Grove, Spring Hill,
Mt. Zion, Meadow Grove, Burnett
Cove and East Fork.
A large attendance is expected
and an interesting program of
music, recitations, declamations
and songs. Each Sunday school
in the group is expected to send
MRS. RALPH CRAWFORD
Funeral services were held at
four o'clock on Wednesday after
ternoon at the Church of God on
Hyatt Creek for Mrs. Ralph Craw
fnrH 4! who died at the Haywood
sr. . ... i IT .A. e.m M Tima I
TVw T?iv W T.. OuiH'n officiated.
Burial was in the Church of God '
The Massie Funeral Home was
in charge of funeral arrangements.
Bowles Hopes To
Reach $350 Quota
(Continued from page 1)
ment, but with the aid of the
wooden leg is assured of a job.
The money to purchase the limb
will come from the annual seal
sale now in progress.
There are a number of other
deserving cases now pending reme
dial measures awaiting the out-
of the Hazclwood Baptist -church;
Wednesday, Rev. II. G. Hammett,
pastor First Baptist church;
Thursday, Rev. R. E. MacBlain,
rector of Grace Episcopal church,
and Friday, Rev. Malcolm R.
Williamson, pnstor of the Presby
High School Choral Take
Part In Easter Service
In connection with the Pre-Easter
services being held each day
at the high school the boys' and
girls' glee clubs under the direc
tion of Miss Sara Jane Walker, are
giving the following programs:
Monday, "Pray The Morn I
Breaking," by Walter Price, by
girls' glee club; Tuesday, "The
Lord's Prayer," by Josephine For
syth, by boys' glee club; Wednes
day, "Immortal Love," by William
V. Wallace, Betty and Ida Loo
Gibson, and "Rock of Ages," by
boys' glee club; Thursday, "Abide
With Me," by boys' glee club and
"O Divine Redeemer," by Charles
Gounod, by girls' glee club; Friday,
"ChriRt Arose," by Robert Lowry,
by Catherine Leatherwood and
Jeanette Crawford, and "Christ
The Lord is Risen Today," by Mor
gan, girls' glee club.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin and
daughter, Miss Eloise Martin, and
son, Ted Martin, are spending sev
eral days at a beach cottage on
South Atlantic Avenue, Dayton
come of the gale, it was pointed
out by Mr. Bowles,
Fifty cents out of every dollar
raised in the sale is kept for local
work, and in the past few years
dozens of worthy cases have beea
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tlie tnin to give your spirits a lift . . . just tne tiling to wear
everywhere. Smart, practical ... lovely Queen Quality style,
in all tne newest materials and colors, lend charm to your
every costume. You'll want a complete Queen Quality shoe
wardrohe this season.
C. J. REECE
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