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JULY 2, 1942
TIT3 WATlf BSVTLLE MOUNT AINBER
Zt Man To Wed
&I On July 4th
n nullf of Camden,
rhifaed the engage-
C fh'r daughter, Miss Aileen
KltniesW. Rush, of Clyde
fa Ga. The wedding
U -KtX Camden at the
ochurch on July 4th
rst Baft '1 . t, dauehter of
Mi.J late JamesrR.
B. i. She was gradu-
'f'from the University of South
rTwiiere she was a member
; W 1 4.u ann of Mr.
rRUij E. Rush, of Clyde.
P - 1....;.. flicht instructor of
1S.8 . ' Tu,.h in Aucrusta, Ga.
. ..,! vim. Garrett Howell
I, "returned from a visit to
;iSh.n?ton, . . .
. ,..' Pnhort npdmondt
fdaughter, Madelyn, of Tryon
inding this week here with
' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mis. Raymond Stovall
,,d daughter, Lynda, spent Sunday
Cleveland, Ga, with relatives.
iss Wilma Hoyle left Sunday
ir Indian Head, Md, and Arling
; Va , where she will visit
Honored With Tea
Miss Gladys Ezell and Miss
Mary Miller were ioint hnKtssa
on Thursday afternoon of a tea
given in honor of Miss Virginia
Olive Matney whose marriage to
Calvin McDaniels, of Wilmington,
will take place this month
The hostesses were assisted by
their mothers, Mrs. Chas. Miller
and Mrs. J. D. Ezell, in receiving
their guests. The residence was
arranged in quantities of summer
flowers in pastel shades.
In the dining room the bridal
motif was used, and the center ar
rangement on the tea table was
in regal lilies and white larkspar.
White tapers in holders flanked the
The guest list was composed of
girls of the younger set.
Mrs. Lenny Nordeman has re
turned to her home at Fort Ben
ning, Ga., after spending several
days here with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Scarbor
ough, of Chattanooga, Tenn., are
guests at "Windover."
Master Darwin Jordan has re
turned home after spending a week
with his grandmother, Mrs. Hooker,
in North and South Carolina.
For the Holiday Picnics
Phone Us Your Order Today
Phone 313-W Church Street
Order Early For Choice
Money Time Tires and Gas
PLEASING IN QUALITY PRICE-CONVENIENCE
There under one roof you can buy practically
every item needed by the average family.
There you can buy any item of meat, produce,
r groceries which can be found in the local community.
There you can find neighboring departments of
dry goods, notions, shoes, and wearing apparel.
There you can ,
Park Shop Save In Comfort
Disabled Jap Cruiser After U.S. Bombs Hit
x " -''IT
Death Toll Lowest
In State In Months
The week-end accidental death
toll ' of three persons in North
Carolina is the lowest in several
Two youths were killed in high
way accidents and another per
son died when apparently run over
over by a train.
William E. Cole and Charles
Holt died instantly when struck
by an automobile along the high
way near Sanford.
Alfred E. Penny was found dead
beside the railroad tracks in Salisbury.
WliMItllHMj.Avi I, itoiiH. 1 1 J
Offlrial D. 8. Nvy Photo :
Smoke pours from a burning Jap cruiser after U. S. bombers had dropped their deadly missiles on it
in the big battle off Midway. Lack of a wake behind the stricken ship shows that it is drifting aimlessly
and out of commission. The photograph, just released by the Navy Department in Washington, shows
further the effectiveness with which the invading Jap armada was beaten off by hard fighting, well-prepared
U. S. air and sea units.
Honor April Bride
With Bridge Party
Miss Corinne WagenfeloV and
Miss Martha Way were joint hos
tesses of a contract party on Satur
day afternoon at the home of the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Way. The affair was given
in honor of Mrs. Henry Tuttle,
the former Miss Jane White whose
marriage was an important social
event of April.
For the occasion the house was
arranged in summer flowers in a
variety of shades. When the
scores were totaled, Mrs. Felix
Stovall was found to hold the high
and Mrs. Ben Colkitt the second
high score. .
Making up the tables were: Mrs,
Howard Hyatt, Miss Ellen Louise
Killian, Miss Thomasine String
field, Miss Tillie Rotha, Mrs. Har
old Massie, Mrs. James S. Queen,
Mrs. Tom Campbell, Jr., Mrs. Chas.
Ketner, Miss Hilda Way, Mrs.
Hugh Massie, Mrs. Ben Colikitt,
Mrs. Felix Stovall, Mrs. R. H.
Stretcher, Mrs. C. C, White, Mrs.
George Bischoff, and Mrs. Henry
Joining the group at the tea hour
were Mrs. W. T. Shelton, Mrs.
W. F. Swift, Miss Sarah Welch,
Mrs. C. B. Carter, of Knoxville,
Miss Nancy Killian, Mrs. T. Le
noir Gwyn and Mrs. Ivan Mann
and Mrs. Bullock, of Sylvester, Ga.
Mrs. Myrtle Little and her
daughter, Miss Betty Little, ol
Rockford, 111., have arrived to
spend two months here with the
former's sister, Mrs. C. G. Rayle.
Edwin Leatherwood left Sunday
for Raleigh where he has accept
ed a position.
' .- '
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Brendle
have as their guest Mrs. Harry
Brendle and son, of Newport News.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clapp have
as the guest, their niece, Miss
Irene Hunter Fowler, of Walnut
Mrs. Claude Shipley visited Mr.
and Mrs. Delos Dean in Asheville
Mrs. J. F. Hodges Gives
Contract Party On
Mrs. J. Frank Hodges, of Lenoir
City, Tenn., who has been visiting
htr sister, Mrs. Roy Campbell, was
hostess on Friday evening of a
party at the home of her sister.
A motif of purple and yellow was
noted in the flowers and the ap
pointments. After several spirited
progressions of contract Mrs.
Grayden Ferguson was found to
hold the top score and in the bingo
play, Mrs. Hugh Massie was the
winner of the prize.
Mrs. Hodges was assisted by
her mother, Mrs. James R. Thom
as and Mrs. Campbell, in receiv
ing her guests which included, Mrs.
J. Wilford Ray, Miss Tillie Rotha,
Mrs. William Hannah, Mrs. Gray
den Ferguson, Mrs. Hugh Massie,
Miss Diana Black, and Mrs. Janie
Love Mitchell Taliaferro.
Joe Way who has been attend
ing Wake Forest College spent the
week-end with his parents. He
left Monday for Richmond, Va.,
where he 'will enter the school of
dentistry of the Medical College of
Miss Hazel Frances Wright and
Miss Betty Jean Wright left Tues
day for Louisville, Ky., where they
will visit Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Mrs. Ivan Mann, the former Miss
Helen Alford, of Sylvester, Ga.,
returned home S"nday after visit
ing her cousin, Hugh J. Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Sloan, Jr.,
and young son have returned to
their home in Warsaw after a
visit with the : former's father,
Hugh J. Sloan, at "Blink Bonnie."
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hodges,
of Lenoir City, Tenn., who have
been visiting the hitter's sister and
mother, have returned home. Their-
daughter, Jean and their son, John
Hodges, who accompanied them
here, will remain for a more ex
tended visit with their aunt and
Around fifty children are enjoy
ing the vacation Bible school
which is being conducted for a two
week's period at the Waynesville
Presbyterian church under the di
rection of Miss Rhoda Craig, of
Abingdon, Vs., assisted by the
pastor, the Rev. Malcolm R. Wil
liamson. The classes are being held each
afternoon from three to five o'clock,
with instruction given in the begin
ner, primary and junior age groups.
Others assisting Miss Craig in
the teaching are: Miss Nancy Kil
lian, Miss Mary Lou Elwood, Mrs.
J. T. Russell, Jr., Miss Ida Jean
Brown, and Miss Ida Lou Gibson.
last we've found a place
dimwits fit into the picture,
em during dimouts.
Mr. and Mrs. L.
have as their guest
sister, Miss Mary
r 1 ' i jiniun.niiwn,iu.M)uiiw' . - v"rt"w'lT!g3S'3
"-Free Parking Facilities-
In addition to parking facilities for your car
truck, we are providing hitching racks for yoar
orses- This will be separate from cars and trucks
M will be safe for teams.
Introduce Your Neighbor To-
-uuuce i our XNeignuor iu
topping The Super Market Way
C. E. RAY'S SONS
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Waddell and
daughter, Freddie, Bpent the week
end with the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Hilliardin Bristol,
Mrs. Leonard Leatherwood, of
Washington, D. C, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Moody, at their home on the
Dellwood Road. Her husband, Leon
ard Leatherwood, Private First
Class U. S. Army, is with the A.
E, F. in Ireland.
Earle Alford. of Sylvester, Ga.,
was the guest during the past week
of his cousin, Hugh J. bioan.
Cu or )imm irnia ad bcrrie
bow. nod bt wand of man ttu
Tike U of roar (agar rwioo books
to your local Ruioa Board. With
out refnoring any it imp from your
books, they will enable fo o gee
EXTRA SUGAR tot canning.
For ben results and finer flaTor,
yoor grocer will fill jour needs w to
tout old friend
Girls At St, John's
Camp To Return Later
The seventeen girls from Char
lotte who have been attending the
camp at St. jonn scnooi nere qur-
mg the past week have returned
home with one exception, Miss
Peggy Ann Johnson of the group
is remaining for another week.
At the latter part of the sum
mer the entire seventeen are plan
ning to return to camp for the last
week of the season.
Among the campers now enjoy
ing the advantages of the summer
camp at St. John's are: Rose Ella
Hofschute, of Los Angeles, Calif.,
Patricia Ann Pease, of Cocoee,
Fla., Jane Fowler, of Atlanta,
and Caroline and Mary Cooper, of
Lt. and Mrs. J. C. Lynn, of Fort
McClellan, Ala., were the guests
here on Friday night of'Miss Mabel
Clark. Mr. Lynn was the former
county farm agent of Haywood.
At the time he entered the ser
vice he was district farm agent
with headquarters in Asheville,:
T. Lenoir Gwyn, who is with
the department of agriculture in
Raleigh, spent a few days here
with his family this week.
Miss Melba Rathhone is visiting
her aunt Mrs. J. N, Dillard, in Rox
boro, after which she will visit her
sister, Mrs. Elliott Fox in Arling
Miss Carmen Plott, who is now
residing in Washington, D. C,
left Tuesday after spending eight
days here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Plott.
In Waynesville As Elsewhere
$3. 95 to $5.95-
E. RAY'S SONS
$1.98 t0 $2.95
For Children Ball Band
National Park Department Store
Among Other Interesting Things You
- Will Find At RAY'S
TWO FOR THE III 0 E Y
Archer's iMewsome Twosnmo
In Rayon Stockings
Buy .1 least two pairs wear then, ring
them out then give four new rayon hosiery
one day vacation I Archer know, that
rayon hoae will last yon longer and serve
vow better if yon give them extra-apecial
personal ear. Lovely semi-chiffon weight
with fine seams, smooth feet, and lacj top
welt, our new Archer rayons come
tn all the Spring fletial Color.
- $1.15 J)
SPECIAL A Wearable
Inperfect Silk Hose
C. E. KAY'S SONS
CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 9
Your Best Bet For Shoes
CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 6- r-
Closed Monday, July 6-
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