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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Talked To Woman's
Dr. Thomas Stringfield was the
truest speaker at the September
meeting of the Waynesville Wom
an's Club, which was held on
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Rufus L. Allen, with Miss
Robina Miller as associate hostess.
In the absence of the president,
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick, the vice
president presided. Around forty
persons were in attendance, includ
ing new members and guests.
Dr. Stringfield discussed his im
prysions of England at war, in
which he told of the every day
lives of the people, and how they
are taking the hardships of war.
He also spoke at length of how
they feel toward America. The
speaker was given a rising vote
of thanks for his interesting talk.
During the business session a
number of reports dealing with the
summer activities of the club were
presented, which included the sil
ver benefit tea given at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Gay.
Miss Ida Jean Brown, accom
panied by Mrs. L. M. Richeson,
sang "Give Us the Tools," by Wil
Several new members and guests
were presented to the club during
The next meeting will be held at
the parsonage of the First Metho-
At Long's Chapel
A special musical program will
be presented at Long's Chapel
Methodist Church, on Sunday even
ing, September 27th at 8 o'clock,
according to an announcement by
Included on the program will be
a processional, "America the Beau
tiful," by Ward; "Evening Prayer,"
by Stebbins, which will be sung
by the congregation and choir. A
group by the entire choir will be
as follows: "There's a Beautiful
City," By Benson; "The King of
Love," by Shelley; "God so Loved
the World," by Marks. :
There will follow a series of
three numbers by the men's chor
us: "Wonderful Story of Love,"
by McKinney, "Steal Away," a
negro spiritual by McKinney, and
"Wonderful Jesus," by Sellers.
The closing group will be "Seek
Ye The Lord," by Roberts, "Coin'
Home," by Dvorak, and the "Re
cessional," by Koven
The offering will go toward the
world service budget of the church.
The program will close with "God
Bless America, by Berlin, sung
by the congregation and the choir.
The choir is under the direction
of Chas G. Klopp, with Miss Anna
Glosser pianist. The members in
clude: Misses Edith Long, Sara
Long, Mable McCracken, Evelyn
McCracken, Betty June McCracken,
Ruth Goodson, Elizabeth Glosser,
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dist church with Mrs. J. Clay Mad- Dorothea Chaney, Lawrence Ellen
mrs. n. u. nammew, Mrs. Chanev. Stenhenia Moore. Havnell
W. B. Williamson and Mrs. R. E
McBlain as associate hostesses,
A social hour followed adjournment.
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beth Rhinehart, Jeanette Crawford,
Margie Liner, Mrs. R. H. Terrell,
Mrs. Robt. Jones, Mrs. J. B. Soes
bee, Tyson Cathey, R. H. Terrell,
Carey, McCracken, Gus Rouseal and
Resumes Work At
Miss Eileen Massie and her
guest; Miss Marian Stillger, who
have been spending the past few
weeks here with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James E.
Massie, left during the week for
Pasadena, Calif.; where they will
resume their studies at the Pada
', Miss Massie will begin her sec
ond year of study at the Pasadena
Playhouse, where she has made
an outstanding record in her work.
Prior to her attendance at the
Playhouse, she studied for one year
at the Academy of Dramatic Arts
in New York City.
Col. and Mrs. William Ira Lee,
of Gatlinburg, spent several days
in town this week. They were ac
companied home by Mrs. W. T.
Crawford, who will visit them for
a few days.
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Talks To PTA Of
County Home Club
Howard C. Clapp, county farm The October schedule of the
agent, was ths guest speaker at Haywood County Home Demon
the second meeting of the Bethel stration Clubs has been announced
PTA which was held in the school as follows by Miss Mary Margaret'
auditorium on lust Thursday after- Smith, county home agent: !
n" , ... , 1 The Dellwood Club will meet!
The speaker explained the vital wjth Mrs. Jane Ware at 2 o'clock
need for collection of scrap metals on Thursday, 1st; Jonathan Creek!
and how important it was now for Club with Mrs. Irene Hudson at 2
every community to take part in oVlnj. VriAav 9nA, Ruo0,.om
Club with Mrs. Mark Swain at 2
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Thomas Eivin conducted the de
votional program, which opened the
dance of parent, of children in the ? nfa?l 7th FJne
various grades was won by the
fifth grade of which Mrs, J. L.
Ghappel is teacher.
At the close of the meeting, re
freshments were served by a com
mittee from the organization.
It was announced that the Oc
o'clock on Tuesday, 6th.
Allen's Creek Club with Mrs.
C. L. Allen at 2 o'clock on Wed-
with Mrs. F. S. Safford at 10:30
o'clock on Thursday, the 8th j Iron
Duff Club with Mrs. P. C. Davis
at 2 o'clock on Friday, the 9th.
Morning Star Club with Mrs.
W. A. Ammons at 10 o'clock on
; Monday, the 12th ; Maple Grove
tober meeting would be held in the Club with Mrs. Hardy Liner at 2
evening. ; o'clock on Tuesday, the 13th; the
i Maggie Club with Mrs. Jack
MlSS Maggie WilliamS Campbell at 2 o'clock on Thurs-
Weds Robert Mehaffey df yf'u15t; c,rtbtree ;lu0b T',11 Tet
i v " J at the school house at 2 o clock on
Announcement has been made of, Friday, 16th.
the marriage of Miss Maggie Wil- Ratcl iff Cove Club with Mrs.
Iiams to Robert Mehaffey in Clay-1 James Hendrix, at 2 o'clock on
ton, Ga., on September 12th. Monday, the 19th; Rock Spring
Mrs. Mehaffey is the daughter j Club with Mrs. Clinton McElrov.
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, 1 at 2 o'clock on Tuesday, 20th;
of Waynesville, route i. ! Bethel Club with Mrs. Jim Welch
Mr. Mehaffey is the son of Mrs. ' at 2 o'clock on WpdnesHav. Slst:
Fffie Mehaffey also of Waynesville I the West Canton Club will meet
route 1. i n Thnrsiiav fh. with knur
They were accompianed to Geor- nnH nla tn ho nnm.noH latpr
gia by Mr. and Mrs. Hill Page., , , T , i m u -n
. I Tho I aua Jnna nifllfa l.lnH will
meet on Friday, 23rd, with hour
and 'place to be announced later;
the Cruso Club meets at the school
house on Monday, October 26th ;
the Clyde Club will meet on Tues
day, 27th, with hour and place to
be announced later.
The Cecil Club will meet on
Wednesday, the 28th, with . hour
and place to be announced later;
the Francis Cove Club with Mrs.
W. K. Boone at 2:30 o'clock on
Thursday, the 29th,
On Wednesday, October 15th,
Miss Smith, county agent, will at
tend a training school for the home
farm agents in this district to be
held in Ashcville.
Miss Sara Mae Davis
Is Bride Of Hill Page
The young couple are residing at
the present with the groom s moth
Birthday Party Given
For Mrs. W. T. Page
Mrs. Harriett Young gave a
birthday dinner on Sunday honor
ing her sister, Mrs. W. L. Page on
her 76th birthday anniversary.
Around thirty were present, and
Mrs. Page received many lovely
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGee, Jr., of
Newtou, spent the week-end with
the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe M. Tate.
Miss Betty Wilson had as her
guest during the week Miss
Frances Conley, of Tahawus, N.
Mrs. Chas. M. Andrews and Mrs.
Chas. Daniel and the latter's
young daughter, who have been
residing here for the past several
months, left this week for their
home in Burlington.
Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Stovall
have as their guests this week the
latters brother and sisterrin-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith, of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis and
small daughter, of Newport News,
have been visiting the formers
mother, Mrs. F. V. Davis.
Mrs. Bob Anderson, of Charlots
ville, Va., spent a few days here
recently with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. G. C Summerow.
' Miss Mary Lee Alley and Miss
Betty Gene Alley have gone to
Greensboro, where they will at
tend the Woman's College of the
University of North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wagenfeld
and daughter, Miss Ruthie Wagen
feld, are leaving today for Hamp
ton, Va., where they will attend
the marriage of Robert Wagen
feld and Miss Jane Winnie, which
will be solemnized on Saturday
afternoon, the 26th.
In Canada no one enjoys a net
income of more than (30,000, taxes
take the rest.
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Sarah Mae
Davis to Hill Page on Friday, Aug
ust the 28th in Clayton, Georgia.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Walter White of Hazelwood.
Mr. Page is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Page of Waynesville,
route 1. The young couple is Visit
ing in Hazelwood.
Miss Josephine Plott has arrived
for a visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Plott. Miss Plott
holds a position with the Newport
News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
Company in Newport News.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tuttle have
as their guest during , the week the
latters niece, Miss Jane Nelson
Pegg, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Fred N. Pegg, of Kernersville, who
is attending Mars Hill College.
J. L. Pegg, Jr., left Wednesday
for his home in Kernersville, after
spending two weeks here with his
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Tuttle. :
, . ': .
William Hannah, son' of Mrs.
William T. Hannah, has gone to
Belmont, where he will attend the
Belmont Abbey this year.
Give Dinner Party
At Country Club
A. H. DuBreuil and daughter,
Miss Laura DuBreuil, of Boston,
who are spending a fortnight at
the Waynesville Country Club,
were hosts on Tuesday evening of
a dinner party given in the din
ing room of the club. A mixed arr
rangement of flowers centered the
Following the serving of dinner
the guests enjoyed several spirited
progressions of contract.
The guest list included the fol
lowing: Mr. and Mrs. E, C Wagen
feld, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Ray, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Richeson, Mrs. Ruth
Graves, Miss Sarah Welch, Mrs.
Chas." Daniel and Miss Corinne
Music ciub To
Hold First Meeting
Of Year Saturday
The Waynesville Music Club will
hold the initial meeting of the
club year on Saturday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. J. Dale Stentz,
with Miss Sue Willard Lindsley
as associate hostess.
Miss Margaret Terrell, presi
dent, will preside. Miss Nancy
Killian will have charge of the
program which will include a study
of patriotic music.
All members, are urged to be
present and to, assemble promptly
at 3:30 o'clcok.
Visitor With Party
Miss Corinne Wagenfeld was
hostess on Saturday night of a
party in Compliment of Miss Laura
DuBreuil, of Boston, who is spend
ing two weeks here with her father,
A. H. DuBreuil, also of Boston,
guests at the Waynesville Country
The house wa arranged in fall
flowers. The hostess was assisted
by her mother, Mrs. E. C. Wagen
feeld. When the scores were total
ed, Mrs. L. M. Richeson was found
to hold the top score and Mrs.
Charles Daniel, the second high.
Making up the tables were:
Mrs. Charles B. Carter, of Knox
ville, Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Miss
Thomasine Stringfield, Miss Sarah
Welch, Mrs. Charles Daniel, Mrs.
L. M. Richeson, and Miss Laura
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Hendrix
and children, Billy Lee and Bobbie,
left Saturday for Savannah, where
they plan to spend a couple of
weeks with the latter's parent's
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allison had
as their guest for a few days last
week, the latter's sister and her
small son, Mrs.. Henry Knight, of
John Ferguson and Rarton Vria.
ley, of Detroit, are visiting rela
tives in Hazelwood this week,
Miss Maye Rathburn left this
week for Charleston, where she
plans to spend two weeks with her
Mrs. Jennie Clark, who is visit
ing her sister in Candler, was the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. Chas.
E. Quinlan, during the past week.
Mrs, Clark formerly resided here,
making her home at Oak Park.
Davis Rogers and George Davis
who have been residing in New
port News, Va., for the past sev
eral months, are visiting relatives
in the county.
Dave Cabe. who is now located
in Wilmington, snent a coudIp of
days here during the week with
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Mrs. C. B. Christv and rinuch
ter, Nancy, of Chicago, are visit
ing the formers parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W, L. Matney. They plan to
spend several weeks her bef nre
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Party On Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hyatt, own
ers of the Piedmont Hotel, were
hosts on Sunday night of a supper
party. Fall flowers were used in
the rooms and tows of candles
lighted the long tables from which
the buffet supper was served.
Around one hundred and twenty-
five guests enjoyed the hospitality!
oi tne evening, including a num
ber of summer visitors as well as
Mrs. G. N. Henson and her
daughter, Miss Ruth Henson, of
Forest City, spent the past week
end here with the former's mother,
Mrs. P. L. Turbyfill.
Chas. Miller, who spent a short
vacation here with his parents, has
returned to Raleigh, to resume his
studies at State College.
Mrs. George Allen has returned
to her home in Detroit after spend
ing a couple of weeks here visit
ing relatives. Mrs. Allen was call
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the death of her brother, the late
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