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Mr. and Mrs. Norris Share Honors
With Guests On 26th Anniversary
An outstanding affair of the
week was the joint celebration of
the 26th wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Norria of the
"Maples" with the birthday anni
versaries of three of the guests,
Mrs. J. W. Darnel, of Daytona,
Fla., Mrs. C. C Burns, of Tampa,
and Mrs. R. H. Mansfield of Tava
The dinner was served in the
spacious dining room at the Maples,
with a tempting menu including
golden brown fried chicken, end
ing with an ice course at which
time two beautifully decorated
cakes were cut. One was for the
Norris anniversary and the other
for the three birthday honorees.
Congratulations were extended
Mr. and Mrs. Norris and many
happy return wishes were extend
ed those observing birthday anni
versaries. The guests regretted
the absence of Mr. Norris, who is
out of town on a government con
struction project on the Tennessee
and could not be present for the
dinner. The evening closed with
the group singing "Happy Birth
day'' and other songs.
A partial list of those present
included the following: Mr and
Mrs. J. W. Darnel, of Daytona, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W; Maldrim, of St.
Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Mansfield, Mr. and Mrs. Roy S.
Carry of Savannah, Miss Mary E.
Miller, of Savannah, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar G. Walters, of Orlando, C.
A. Post, of Miami, Harry A. Fin-
ley, of St. Petersburg, Mr. and
Mrs. . C. Burns, of Tampa, Roger
S. Browne, of Daytona, Mrs, W.
C. King and Miss Doris Kins, of
St. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs, Ray
mond King, Miss Kathleen King
and Billie King, all of Dearborn,
Miss Mary Noland left Tuesday
for Hickory, where she will enter
Lenoir Rhyne College as a fresh
man. Miss Jeanette Burgin and Les
ter Burgin, Jr., left Tuesday for
Mars Hill where they will attend
college this year,
Miss Mary Stentz has gone to
Western Carolina Teachers College,
where she will be a student during
the coming year.
Miss Merrill Green has returned
to Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege, where she will resume her
work after the summer vacation.
Mrs, James S. Queen, who is now
residing with her parents in Ral
eigh while her husband, Ensign
James Queen, U. S. Navy, is on ac
tive duty , spent the week-end
with her parents-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. John M. Queen.
Mrs. C. E. Quinlan
To Be In Charge
Of DAR Program
Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan will be
in charge of the program at the
initial meeting of the Dorcas Bell
Love Chapter of the Daughters of
the American Revolution which will
be held on Friday afternoon, the
llth. She will present the work
of the Red Cross locally and na
tionally. Mrs. R. N. Barber will be hostess
of the meeting, and Mrs. S. H.
Bushnell, regent, will preside. Mrs.
J. Harden Howell will review the
magazine. All members are urged
to be present as plans for the com
ing year will be discussed and the
Mr. And Mrs. Clarence
Scruggs Give Picnic In
Honor Of Two Sons
A picnic dinner was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scruggs at
their home Sunday, honoring their
sons, Joe, who is home on a fur
lough and Dewey, on his birthday.
Also Hugh Palmer, who is leav
ing for service.
Those enjoying the dinner were:
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scruggs,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Leatherwood,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scruggs, Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Scruggs, Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Palmer, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Scruggs, Mrs. Lucy Ar
rington, Hugh Palmer, Betty Fran
cis, Mary Palmer, Naomi Palmer,
Dewey Scruggs, Margaret Scruggs,
Doris Scruggs, John Kent Scrug
gs, Harold Dean Scruggs., Donald
Scruggs, Barbara Scruggs, Dono
van Scruggs, Sandra Scruggs,
Stewart Scruggs, Edward Leather
wood, Vivian Leatherwood, Louis
Benefit Bridge Will
Be Held Friday Night
A bridge party for the benefit
of St. John's School will be held
Friday night at 8 o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. Margaret Jan-
sen, the General Ferguson home,
on Haywood Street.
Mrs. Glenn McClure has "return
ed home after a visit with her
daughters, Mrs. C- D. Stephens,
of Elizabeth City, and Mrs. Elmer
Buchanan, of Wilmington.
Frederick Love, who is located
in Raleigh, spent the week-end
here with his mother, Mrs. Hugh
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Robt. Wagenfeld to
Wed Jane Winnie
Of Hampton, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Winnie,
of Hampton, Va., have announced
the engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter Miss
Jane Winnie to Robert Woodley
Wagenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl C. Wagenfeld, of Waynesville.
The marriage will be solemniz
ed on Saturday, September the 26th,
at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, at
the First Presbyterian Church of
The bride'groom-elect is a grad
uate of the local district high school
and also attended North Carolina
State College in Raleigh. At pres
ent he holds a position with the
Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company, prior to which
he was with the Ecusta plant in
tAr. and Mrs. Wairenfeld. nar
ents, and Miss Ruth Wagenfeld,
sister of the bridegroom-elect, plan
to attend the wedding. Miss Wag
enfeld will be the guest of Miss
Winnie several davs nrior to the
wedding, and will attend a number
of the prenuptial affairs given in
honor of the bride-elect.
St. John's Is Liberal
In Helping War "Efforts
During the past year St. John's
School has put $304.86 into the
Of this amount $211.00 were
purchased in war bonds and stamps,
and $153.86 was given to the U.
Miss Gladys Walker, who grad
uated from the local high school
this spring, has entered Western
Carolina Teachers College.
Sam McElroy has returned ; to
Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege to resume his work after the
Mr. and Mrs. James Green had
as their guest during the past
week Miss Flossie Woodruff, of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Campbell had
as their guests over the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milne and
young son, Frankie, and Miss Betty
Inglish, all of Detroit.
Miss Anne Osborne, daughter of
Mrs. Robert Osborne, who has been
visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs, Allen Martin, in Tampa,
Fla., has gone to Gainesville, this
week where she has entered the
Woman's College of the Universi
ty of Florida.
Mrs. Henry Tuttle left during
the week for Camp Polk, La., where
she plans : to spend a couple of
weeks with her husband, Sergeant
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. White, of
Augusta, Ga., were the guests dur
ing the week of the former's broth
er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. White.
Miss Betty Jean Boyd, of Nash
ville, Tenn., arrived yesterday to
visit her uncle and aunt, Mr, and
Mrs. O. H. Shelton.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Shelton
and Mr. and Mrs. C- C. League
spent Labor Day in Greenville, S.
C, with friends.
Miss Katheryn Queen, who is
now residing in Raleigh, spent the
past week-end here with her par
ents, Mr- and Mrs. John M. Queen.
Mrs. Edward Constantin left this
week for Denver, Colo., where she
will visit her husband who is in
camp there. Mrs. Constantin is
staying with her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. S. J. Moody, while her hus
band is in the service.
John West and Ed Conard, of
Philadelphia, and Frank Conard,
of Fort Bragg, were, the week-end
guests here of Mr. and Mrs. John
McClure, the former's grandpar
Miss Miriam McClure has re
turned to her work in Washing
ton after spending two weeks here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Henry Foy and J. D. Hyatt left
last Saturday for Mars Hill Col
lege where they will be enrolled
this year- They were accompan
ied there by Mrs. Foy and Mr. and
Mrs. Hyatt for the day.
Woman's Club To
Mrs. R. N. Barber
Has Paper At UDC
Meeting on Friday
The Haywood Chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confed
eracy held their initial meeting
of the year 1942-43 on Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Ernest J-
Hyatt as hostess. Mrs. Grover C,
Davis, president, presided.
Mrs. R. N. Barber had the pa
per of the afternoon, which dealt
with the schools for young ladies
in the South prior to 1860. Mrs
Barber gave interesting historical
sketches of the leading institutions
also explaining the work and
courses of instruction.
Mrs- Ernest J. Hyatt, chapter
chairman of civilian defense, gave
a report of her work. Plans were
formulated for the ' members to
assist in the work of the Red
Cross during the coming year.
Delegates were elected to the
State division convention and the
general convention. Elected to the
first which will be held in Greens
boro in October were: Mrs. C. F.
Kirkpatriek and Mrs. John M.
Queen, with Mrs. Thad Howell
and Mrs. R. N. Barber alternates.
Vis. R. N- Barber and Mrs. C.
Kirkpatriek were elected to repre
sent the chapter at the general
meeting in New Orleans in No
vember. The following nominating com
mittee was appointed to bring in
a report at the next meeting which
will be held in October at the
home of Mrs. W. F. Swift: Mrs.
E. J. Hyatt, chairman, Mrs. T.
L. Bramlett and Mrs. J. M. Queen-
Special guests were Mrs. W. T.
Shelton, Mrs. Anderson, of John
son City, and Mrs. Andrews.
J. Larry Weaver returned to
his work in Kingsport, Tenn.,
over the week-end after spending
10 days at home- He is working
on the 130 million dollar munition
Mrs. William Atwood and Mrs.
James H. S. Niver, of Daytona
Beach; are spending their vacation
Mrs. Clark Dill, the former Miss
Eleanor King, of Washington, D.
C, is visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. Will Ray. Mrs. Dill is an
inspector with the Glenn L. Mar
tin Corporation She has been
with the company since February
13th, and holds a responsible po
Miss Mary Palmer, former clerk
with the district health depart
ment here, spent' the past week
in town with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Palmer- Miss Palmer
resides in Raleigh, where she holds
a position with the state board
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kunze
and children, of Leaksville, spent
the week-end in town with friends.
Mr. Kunze was former sanitarian
of Haywood county and holds a
similar position in Leaksville.
Miss Louise Stringfield, who
holds a position in Walterboro, S.
C, returned Monday to her work
after a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs- J. L. Stringfield.
Miss Henrietta Love, of Ral
eigh, has returned to resume her
work after spending the past
month here with her mother, Mrs.
Hugh A. Love.
Mrs. Ada Graham, who has
spent the past three months here
with her cousin, Mrs. Maria Love
Mitchell, left during the week for
her home in Spartanburg.
B. Frank Davis, who is now em
ployed at Langley Field, Va.,
spent the week-end with his fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, of
Hampton, Va., spent the week-end
with relatives in the county.
Mrs. Jack Miles, of Hampton,
Va., is the guest of her mother,
Mrs- B. Frank Davis, for a few
days this week.
Mrs. D. T. Hendry, of High Point
is visiting her mother Mrs. G. C.
Briggs. Mrs. Hendry is the for
mer Miss Lois Briggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scruggs and
small son, Stuart, of Wilmington,
spent last week in Hazelwood with
Hold initial Meet
Next Thursday, 17
The first meeting of the club
year 1942-43 of the Woman's
Club will be held next Thursday
afternoon 17th according to an an
nouncement by Mrs. C. F. Kirk
patriek, vice president of the or
ganization. The members are to assemble at
3 o'clock, with the place and
speaker to be announced later.
Mrs. W, T, Hannah, who served
as president of the club last yea ,
will also head the group for the
Members are urged to be pres
ent as a number of matters will be
brought up for the plans for the
Mrs. George Allen, of Detroit, is
spending a couple of weeks with
her brothers and sisters-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bramlett and
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bramlett. Mrs,
Allen, who was the former Miss
Maude Bramk'tt, of Waynesville,
was called here on account of the
death of her brother, the late Al
bert CI ine Bramlett.
(One Dav Nearer Victory) THURSDAY
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Is Married To
Pvt. R. W. Moody
Mr. and Mrs. Boone Rogers, of
Clyde, route 1, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Adeline Rogers to Private Ralph
W. Moody, which took, place in a
quiet ceremony at Dellwood on Sat
urday, August 15th.
The bride is a graduate of Bre
vard College and Asheville College.
She is now a member of the facul
ty of the Cvabtree school.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. S. J- Moody of Dell
wood and is now stationed at Fort
Benning, Ga. Prior to his entering
the service he was associated with
his father in farming and dairy
ing. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carter, of
Mars Hill, were the week-end
guests of the latter 's parents, Mr.
and Mrs- Rufus Hyatt.
Miss Dorothy Milner left Tues
day for Bristol, Va., where she
will be enrolled at Virginia Inter
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