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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Miss Corinne Alley
Cousins With Party
Miss Corinne Alley was honored
on Tuesday afternoon by her cous
ins, Miss Mary Lee Alley and Miss
Betty Gene Alley, who entertained
with a contract party at the home
of their grandparents, Judge and
Mrs. Felix E. Alley. They were
assisted in receiving their guests
by their grandmother and aunt,
Miss Edna Hayes.
Arrangements of mixed flowers
were used in the rooms. Several
spirited progressions of contract
were enjoyed. At the conclusion
of the games, the winners of the
high and low scores were presented
The guest list included the fol
lowing: Miss Alley, Miss Betty
Burgin, Miss Mary Stentz, Mrs.
Howard Hyatt, Miss Roberta Nor
ris. Miss Charlene Rotha, Miss
Tillie Rotha, Miss Mary Lou El
wood, Miss Martha Way, Miss
Hilda Way, Mrs. Paul Davis, and
Miss Winifred Rodgers.
Coming in at the tea hour were,
Mrs. Alley, mother of the bride,
Mrs. L. M. Killian, mother of the
bridegroom, Miss Dorothy Riche
son, Miss Catherine Jones, Mrs.
Henrv Tuttle. Mrs. James W. Kil
lian, and Miss Corinne Wagenfeld.
Party For Bride
Miss Thomasine Stringfield was
hostess of a contract party on Sat
urday afternoon in compliment to
Miss Corinne Alley, bride-elect of
this week. The house was arrang
ed in flowers in mixed varieties
and shades. Miss Stringfield was
assisted in receiving by her moth
er, Mrs. Tom Stringfield.
Prizes were awarded the winners
of the high and the second high
scores. The bride-elect was also
given an attractive remembrance
of the afternoon.
Making up the tables were:
Miss Alley, Mrs. Henry Tuttle,
Miss Ellen Louise Killian, Miss
Corinne . Wagenfeld, Mrs. Harold
Massie, Mrs. Howard Hyatt, Miss
Hilda Way, Miss Martha Way,
Mrs. Felix Stovall, Mrs. Chas. Ben
jamin Carter) Miss Tillie Rotha,
Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs. M. II.
Bowles, Mrs. Chas. D. Ketner, Miss
Mary Stentz, and Mrs. Paul Davis.
Joining .the grdup for tea were
the bride's mother, Mrs. Doyle D.
Alley, and the bridegroom's moth
er, Mrs. L. M. Killian.
Mrs. Joseph Webster, of Jack
son, Miss.,, is spending a month
here with her -parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Boyd. Mrs. Webster is
the former Miss;' Harriett Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Bell have as
their guests the hitter's mother,
Mrs. W. H. Lyle, of Jacksonville,
and aunt, Mrs. W. L. Tedder, of
W A N T E D Young man
under 18 as clerk and part
time service. Prefer one
with knowledge of auto
parts, but not necessary if
willing to apply himself.
Apply Western Auto Asso'
date Store, Waynesville.
FOR RENT New, unfurnished
cottage. Approximately mile
from town. Call 373. Aug. 6
FOR SALE Well trained female
pointer dog. See R. Li. Coin,
' Waynesville. Aug. 8
WANTED: A white housekeeper
for a family of four. Modern
conveniences. . Good pay. Near
Washington, D. C, Write X,
Box 511, City. Aug. 6-13-20.
FOR RENTt 2 room apartment.
Hot and cold water in kitchen.
Connecting baths. Rates rea
sonable. Phone 254-W, Mrs.
Frank Ferguson. Aug. 6
Miss Nancy Fisher
Becomes Bride Of
James Lee Milner
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Fisher,
of Canton, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Nancy Fisher, to James Lee Mil
ner, son of ijr. and Mrs. H. B.
Milner. of Waynesville. The wed
ding took place in Greenville, S.
C, on June 27th
Mrs. Milner, who is widely;
known in this section is private
secretary to Walter Phillips, su
pervisor of welfare for the Can
ton Division of the Champion Pa
per and Fibre Company, and edi
tor of the Log of the Champion
activities. Mrs. Milner is a gradu
ate of Blanton's Business College
Mr, Milner is a former star on
the football team and a graduate
of the local district high school.
He attended the University of
South Carolina and is attending
the Curtis-Wright School of Aero
nautics in Glendale, Calif.
Joel Burrel Given A
Birthday Party Monday
Mrs. J. C. Burrell entertained
a group of children' at her home on
Monday afternootn honoring her
son. Joel, on his seventh birth
day. She was assisted by Mrs.
Earle Byrd and Mrs. Lucius Hud
son. Outdoor games featured the af
The guest list included Kathryn
Hyatt, Tulon Knight, Mary Ann
Byrd, Jean Knight, Frances Saun
ders, Rose Leatherwood, Mitzie
Sutton, Grace Blanton, Susie
Swanger,, Frances Hoyle, Donald
Leatherwood, Joe Scates, Bill Hud
son, Buddy Saunders, Carl Hud
son, Farrell Sutton, and Richard
Mrs. Ralph Summerrow
Gives Birthday Party
For Daughter, Elizabeth
Mrs. Ralph Summerrow enter
tained a group of children on
Tuesday afternoon honoring her
small daughter, Elizabeth, on her
fourth birthday anniversary, at
the home of Mrs. G. C, Summer
row. -Games featured the afternoon,
after which cake and ices were
served and each child was given
a favor. :
The guest list included, Jene Bry
son, Patsy Blalock, Ann William
son Prevost, Allen Gaddis, Mary
Ann Fisher, Sanette McClure,
Sonja Snyder, Barbara Davis,
Ralph Arrington, Mary Nell Bry
son, .Marguerite Leatherwood,
Maxine Knight, Dorothy Winches
ter, Carolyn Bischoff, Jean Knight,
Annette McClure, Carroll Ander
son, Jimmie Davis, Jean Davis, and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gilliland had
as their guests over the week-end
Miss Anne Crocker, of Aiken, S. C,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gaffney, of Rock
Hill, S. C, Mrs. Jerry Coble, of
Washington, D. C, Miss Grace
Hammett, and G. W. Crocker, of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cope and
family spent Sunday in Spartan
burg, S. C, where they attended
the funeral of a relative.
. .. -Mrs.
Rufue Carswell, who has
been residing in Columbia, with
her husband. Sergeant Carswell,
hage returned to the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Tate,
for a visit, while Mr. Carswell at
tends officers school at Fort Ben-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rhinehardt
and daughter, Robbie, formerly of
Hazelwoori, but now of Washing
ton, D. C, spent the week-end
here. They were accompanied back
by their sn,. Roy Rhinehardt.
. - -;.! '
Mr, and Mrs. E , K, Bennet and
daughter, 'Miss Jean: Bennet, of
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.r have ar
rived and are occupingr the Ptott
camp on the Sbcw Gap- road.
FOR SALE New portable Under
' wood typewriter. Call 4u5. It
FOR RENT 6 room house, in
town. Has heat, garden, garage
and wired for electric range.
See or call J. C. Patrick, phone
116-J. Aug. 6
PIANOS FOR SALE We have
two good used pianos in your
community that must be repos
aoaapd. These pianos can be
houeht for the balance due, and
Write Magness Piano
Co , Box 161, Hendersonville,
N. C. July 30-Aug. 6-13
vrv SALE 4 eood Hereford reg
5wd hulls. 1 year olds. Also
stored Hampshire rams.
FOR SALE A 12-foot silo form
concrete or rocK iorm. w. it,
Hipps, Route No. 3, Canton.
July 30-Aug. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. G . Plrtt had! as
their guests over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs&. Wayne Battle and
young; daughter, Fs?tsy, and son.
TartJvs Wayne, Jr., of Brjreon City,
and Mr, and Mrs.. Charles. KMnw
hart, of Canton..
Mr. and Mrs.. Chas.: Knight and
daughter, Miss Charfcne Knight, of
ban francisco, Calif., were- guests
of the formert; sister- Mrs.. Hairy
Kotna, here tsis week;.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gibson had as
their guests during the past week
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibson and
daughter, Marie Gibson, of New
port News.; '
Judge and : Mrs. William H,
Grimball and daughter. Miss Pa-
sheall Grimball, of Charleston,
have arrived and opened their
summer home in Grimball Park for
the remainder of the season. They
have as thir guests, Mrs. Gabriel
Cannon, and Miss Marie H. Hey-
ward, also of Charleston.
j Mrs. Wagenfeld,
Scout Leader, Is
Honored By Troop
Mrs. Earl C. Wagenfeld, leader
of the Waynesville Lone Troop,
was given a surprise picnic supper
by the Girl Scouts at their regular
meeting Thursday afternon in the
rooms of the troop in the Central
Elementary school building.
Part of the surprise included
work the girls had done in clean
ing the rooms and painting the
Plans were completed for the
court of awards which is to be
held this week, at which time par
ents of the girls and those interest
ed are invited to attend.
Those present at the meeting
were: Jean Ann Bradley, Jean
Crouser, Nancy Jones, Peggy Jan-
sen, Anna Jean Davis, Mary Ann
Massie, Lorraine Martel, Dorothy
Martel, Jackie Sue Messer, Jean
Hyatt, Elsie Green, Betsy Siler,
Ida Lou Gibson, Dorothy Miller,
Martha Mae Wyche, Jane Wyche,
Ruth Wagenfeld, and the leaders,
Mrs. Wagenfeld and Mrs. Stanley
Mrs. McElroy Honors
Mother, Mrs. Lampkin,
On Birthday Anniversary
Mrs. Lawrence McEIroy was
hostess on Friday evening of a
surprise party given in honor of
the birthday anniversary of her
mother, Mrs. W. L. Lampkin. The
party was given at the home of
the honor guest.
The rooms were decorated in
zinnias, marigolds and gladioli in
brilliant shades. The birthday
cake was placed in the center of
the dining room table and a
floral arrangement of gladioli and
gypsophelia and ferns encircled
The guest list included: Mrs.
Orr, Mrs. Paul Walker, Mrs. J. I.
Green, Mrs. Horace Ferguson, Mrs.
Lynwood Grahl, Mrs. V. C. No
beck, Mrs. Henry Foy, Miss Jessie
Herren, Miss Mary Gurnsey, Mrs.
E. K, McGee, Mrs. Fred Campbell,
and Mrs. Ashby.
Judge Felix E. Alley is spending
several days with his family here.
He will leave the latter part of the
week for North Wilkesbaro, where
he will hold court.
Dr. William Harrell, of Washing
ton, D. C, has arrived to spend a
week with his wife and young son,
who are visiting Mr. and Mrs, D.
D. Phillips. Mrs. Harrell is the
former Miss Myra Phillips, of
Mrs. W. E. Evans, of Pittston,
Pa., arrived during the week to
make an extended visit here with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Richeson.
Rev. and Mrs, A. F. Phibbs and
Miss Dora Phibbs, of Leicester and
Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Deitz, of
Texas, were guests during the week
of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ferguson.
Rev. Mr. Phibbs is leaving on the
12th for an army camp in Ala
bama, where he will serve as chap
Very Rev. Dr. H. L. Motry, dean
of the Church Law School, Cath
olic Uniwersity, Washington, D.
C., arrived last week to spend the
rest of tne summer vacation in
Waynesville. He will conduct the
Sunday services at St. John's
church until his return to Wash
ington in late September.
Rev. Dr. Adrian J. Kilker, pas
tor of St. Monica s church, Phila
delphia, is a guest this week at
St- John's rectory.
flfe. and Mrs. William N. Orr, of
Blythevile, Arki are the guests
of tl latter's hmther, Mrs. Crews
Moody, : at her home in the Dell
wood section. Mrs., Henry Clay
Dunavitnt, of Canton, daughter-in-
law of Mrs. Moody, joined them
for the week-end. Sergeant H. C.
Dunavant is at the Officers Can
didate School at Fbrt Benning.
MRS. WALSER BLAINE
HAWKINS, of Canton, who be
fore her marriage on June 16th in
Clayton, Ga., was Miss Minnie
Burgin, daughter of Mrs Francis
Asbury Burgin and the late Mr.
Burgin, of Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. T' L.. Blalock, Mrs.
Lawrence Jones, and Miss Kath
ryn Blalock spent the week-end in
Montgomery, Ala.,, with Thomas
Earle (Bad) Blalock, who is in
training at Maxwell Field.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Dagen-
hardty off Lowell, were the guests
here last week of Mr. and Mnh.
Julius Hoyle, Jr.
Miss Georgia Hyatt left last
week for New Jersey where she
will spend some tirrte with her sis
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Ferguson.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hough
land, of Nashville, Tenn., are visit
ing the latter's aunt, Mrs. Adora
Rayne, and other relatives.
Mrs. Elmer Buchanan and chil
dren,' Elmer, Jr., Doris Ann and
Betty Jean, have gone to Wilming.
1 ton to join Mr. Buchanan.
Miss Mary Stentz
Hostess Of Party
For Miss Alley
Miss Mary Stentz was hostess on
Monday afternoon of an al fresco
party in compliment to Miss Cor
inne Alley. Progressive games of
badminton, croquet, ping pong and
victory golf had been arranged on
the grounds for the entertainment
of the guest who came in
sport clothes to the party. Supper
cooked in the open was served at
the close of the afternoon.
After supper the honor guest
was showered with miscellanous
gifts by those attending. Miss
Stentz was assisted by her moth
er, Mrs. J. Dale Stentz, in receiv
ing her guests.
Those invited included Miss
Alley, Miss Mary Lee Alley, Miss
Betty Jean Alley, Miss Roberta
Norris, Miss Betty Burgin, Miss
Catherine Jones, Miss Emelyn
Haynes, Miss Thomasine String
field, Miss Mary Ellen Boone, Miss
Carolyn Curtis, Miss Betty Wilson,
and Miss Charlene Rotha and her
guest, Miss Martha Redwine, of
Worthy Grand Matron
OF N. C. O. E. S.
Makes Official Visit
Mrs. Mary K. Sleet, of Rocky
Mount, Worthy Grand Matron of
the Grand chapter of the North
Carolina Order of the Eastern
Star will make her official visit
here with the local chapter, Number
165, 0, E. S., tonight.
Mrs. Sleet will be a guest at
the regular meeting of the local
chapter in their assembly rooms in
the Masonic Temple tonight at
All the members are urged to
attend and any visiting members
of the 0. E. S. are cordially invited
to be present for the meeting.
Miss Eugenia Martin
Honors Visitors With
Card Party Friday
Miss Eugenia Martin was hos
tess of a card party on Friday
evening honoring Miss Mary Vance
Harde, of Elyria, Ohio, who is vis
iting her grandmother, Mrs. J. F,
Abel, and Miss Vernon Houston,
of Long Beach, Calif. The living
room Was arranged in gladioli.
When the scores were counted
Miss Winifred Rogers and Miss
Mary Lou Elwood were found to
be the winners of the prizes.
The guest list included the fol
lowing: Miss Ruby Frances Brown,
Miss Carolyn Curtis,. Miss Betty
Wilson, Miss Winifred Rodgers,
Miss Mary Lou Elwood, Miss
Vernon Houston and. Miss Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dellinger
and daughter, Patricia, of Wash
ington, plan to return home Friday
after spending a week here visiting
friends and relatives. Mr. Del
linger is connected with the navy
yard in Washington.
Miss Lula Frank Med ford will
return to her duties in the census
bureau in Washington tomorrow,
after spending her vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan
Miss Ruby Frances Brown, who
has been attending the summer ses
sion at the Woman's College of the
University of North Carolina, has
returned home to spend the re
mainder of the summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown,
Mrs. Phillip Myers, who is spend
ing sometime with her parents
Judge and Mrs. Frank Smatheie,
is visiting her husband, Lt. Myers,
this week in Charlotte. Lt. Myers
is with his company on maneuvers
in the Carolinas. .
In Cullowhee Give
Mrs. Elwood Home, of Durham,
and Mrs. Keith Hinds, of Cullo
whee, were hostesses on Wednes
day at the home of the latter in
Cullowhee of a bridge luncheon in
compliment to Miss Corinne Alley.
Mrs. Home will serve as matron
of honor at the wedding of Miss
Alley and Mr. L. M. Killian, Jr.,
on Saturday night.
When the scores were added the
winners of the high and second
high, were awarded prizes. Miss
Alley was presented a gift of
The guest list included: Miss
Corinne Alley, Mrs. Doyle D. Alley,
Miss Ellen Louise Killian, Miss
Mary Lee Alley, Miss Catherine
Jones, Miss Betty Burgin, Mrs.
Howard Hyatt, Miss Jean Dickey,
of Dunn, and Mrs. Leon Sutton, of
To Instruct Scouts
Eight girls are learning to swim
in a special Girl Scout class at
the Belle Meade pool this week. The
class is under the direction of Miss
Charlene Rotha, who is a senior
Red Cross life saver.
The class meets every morning
at the pool for instruction and
Next week Miss Rotha will in
struct a group in senior ale sav
ing work at 4:30 at the pool, Mrs.
E. C. Wagenfeld, Girl Scout leader,
has announced. The class will
Annual Silver Tea
The members of the Auxiliary of
Grace Episcopal church were hos
tesses of their annual silver tea
and musicale on Wednesday after
noon from 3 to 5 o'clock. The af
fair was given at the home of
Mrs. Hugh A. Love.
The followine composed the com
mittee in charge of the arrange
ments: Mrs. Harry Marshall, Mrs.
Syda Ray, Mrs. Hugh A. Love, and
Mrs. C, F. Kirkpatrick.
Mrs. J. W. Ray l
Lrives Dinner rariy
Mrs. J. Wilford Ray was hostess
of a dinner party on Friday eve- the home in the u tf H
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ning in compliment to Miss corinne of the county at 3 oVi T
Alley, bride-elect of the week. The day afternoon, July 2feiT
party was given at tne rainier Margaret Pal
House. ine guesis were seaiea ner residence on Monik
at: tables centered with Vases of Rnrinl uo. a', 4t
- - n no III LII. TS1.. .
paste, nowers. I Mrs. Palmer is furvi
Following the serving of dinner, sons, Dewey and Hillia a t
contract was enjoyed. Miss Martha both of the Iron Duff "
m . 1. . lit : 1 . , . MIL Sect!,-.
way won ine nign score prize auu aaugnters, Miss Pollv P i
Miaa TilH Rnthn wan th winner Un iu-ti t- rlmr
r r 1 I I
of the low score,
Among those invited were: Mrs.
Paul Davis, Miss Corinne Alley,
Miss Ellen Louise Killian, Miss
Corinne Wagenfeld, Mrs. Henry
Tuttle, Mrs. C. E. Weatherby, Mrs.
Harold Massie, Miss Betty Burgin,
Miss Catherine Jones, Miss Martha
Way, Miss Thomasine Stringfield,
Mrs. Howard Hyatt, Miss Tillie
Rotha and Miss Mary Stentz.
ice. nf rv. .'I
anil ipvorol m..ji., . "
JAMES ROBERT BEASL
Funeral services were W
Monday morning at n
July 27th, at the Hiram V
Baptist church on Fines Cri
Deasley 50 I
died on the orevin,,.' el
Rev. Jarvis Teayns .:.. !
Rev. Harbin, officiate J
joining tne group lor uimier w w. in n, 1.
Mrs. Doyle D. Alley. Mrs. L. M. c, '?..!!? "rc ,cemetery.
Killian and Mrs. James W, Killian.
USO DRIVE TO BE
Aided By St. John's
Weekly Benefit Party
ourviving are the wU
ticomt-yj Mve sons. q
nnuicws, vvooqrow, JlcCrarv
of Newport News, Va., and
than, of Lyman, Wah 1
uauguiycis, Mrs. iiomer TJ
"""'i A finvs Lreek and
'w" oeaSley and Miss Gl
Ran. ... L . .. 1 L r '
uccoicjr, uoiii 01 Newport a
une oroiner, Zeh R.l
I Joe, and eight graniichildrer..
In order to promote both the
Victory Bond drive and the U. S
0. drive, a $25.00 Victory Bond
wil be given away as first award
at St. John's weekly benefit party, The other half goes to St Ji
August 11, and one-half the net School. The party is held
proceeds of the socials during Au- j Tuesday night at 8:00 at St Ji
gust will be given to the U. S. O.auditorium.
We cater especially ;io party orders
Wedding and Birthday Cakes an
all kinds of Decorated Baked Good
Phone 343-W Church SN
Order Early For Choice
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