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(One Day .Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, OCTOBER s
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. G. C. Davis
Again Heads Local
Mrs. Grover C. Davis vas re
elected president of the Haywood
Chapter of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy at the October
meeting: which was held on Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. W. F.
Others elected to serve with
Mrs. Davis were as follows: first
vice president, Mrs. Jimmy Boyd ;
second vice president, Miss Mar
garet Stringfield; third vice pres
ident, Mrs. Noble Garrett; secre
tary, Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick.
Treasurer, Mrs. John M. Queen;
historian, Mrs. T. L. Bramlett;
registrar, Mrs. L. M. Killian; cus
todian of crosses, Mrs. J. Harden
Howell; chaplain, Mrs. R. N. Bar
ber. Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick had the
paper of the afternoon, which
dealt with the work of the organi
zation of the Daughters of the
Mrs. Davis gave her annual re
port as president, and also told of
her assistance in organizing a
class in nutrition.: Mrs. 0. R.
Martin, retiring secretary, was
given a vote of thanks for her ser
Reports were made of the in
dividual work of members in the
Red Cross and other war effort
activities. The record of Mrs. L.
M. Killian was outstanding, as
she has to date knitted 28 sweat
ers, 18 baby blankets, 14 helmets,
six small suits and one muffler.
Mrs. Thad Howell gave a re
port of the yearbooks. A social
hour followed adjournment, which
was enjoyed by the large number
of members attending.
Miss Killian In
Charge Of Music
Club Meet Program
Miss Nancy Killian was in
chiu'ge of the program at the meet
ing of the Waynesville Music Club
which was held with Mrs. J. Dale
Stentz and Miss Sue Willard Linda-
ley at the home of the former on
Saturday afternoon. Miss Mar
garet Terrell, president, presided.
"State Songs" was the subject
of the program of the afternoon.
Miss Killian told of the origin of
a number of the songs and how
they came to be written. She read
the story of "Dixie" which was
sung by Miss Mary Stentz.
Others taking part on the pro
gram included: Mrs, Richard N.
Barber, Jr., who told the story of
the Georgia state song; Mrs. L.
M. Richeson of Pennsylvania; "Ho
For Carolina" by Mrs. R. H.
Stretcher; Miss Ida Jean Brown,
"The Old North State."
The story of ''Old Haywood"
written by Miss Margaret String
field, was also told, and sung as
a duet by Mrs. Fred Martin and
Mrs. J. Dale Stentz.
Mrs. R. H. Stretcher, chairman
of the program for the year, stated
that a miscellaneous program nau
hepn arranged for the meetings.
The annual open meeting was
changed from May to April. An
nouncement was made of the dis
trict meeting to be held in Ashe
ville on October 16th. A number
of guests were present for the
meeting, including Mrs. David
Stentz and Mrs. H. C. Lindsley.
Father Vincent Mahoney, who
has been spending a vacation in
Philadelphia, returned to town this
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I V ( ) ) in a SPENCER!
Your Spencer will correct your posture, and smooth away
your bulges. You will feel better look better.
MRS. MARY L. McCRACKEN
Registered Spencer Corsetiere
Phone 369-J 205 Hazel Street Waynesville
AN ARRAY OF
Made ,for You and Fall
Large Assortment of
Colors Styles Sizes
You Can Charge It
In Many "XW
A $3.98 ?
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While JjCil '
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' Your Credit Is Good
Main Street Waynesrille
To Wed This Month
MISS JOYCE l'ARRIS, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Parris,
of Clyde, whose" engagement" to Edison McKinley Greene, Jr., ot
Clyde and Washington, D. C was recently announced by her parents.
Marietta Way Bible
Class Elects Officers
For The Church Year
C. E. Weatherby
The Marietta Way Bible Class
of the First Methodist church held
their annual election of officers
last Sunday morning for the com
ing church year.
Mrs. J. Howell Way was elected
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leacner,. wiui . ?r wn at. 9..'tn Mrs M. C. Green.
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C. E. Weatherby, principal of
the high school, was the main
speaker at the meeting of the
East Waynesville PTA which was
held at the school on Tuesday af-
Mrs. T. L. Bramlett was elected
president of the class with the fol
lowing officers to serve with her:
vice president, Mrs. Thad Lhafin!
secretary - treasurer, Mrs. Bill
Chambers; and assistant secretary
treasurer, Mrs. W. L. McCracken;
visiting committee, Mrs. John M.
Queen, Mrs. Thad Chafin, Mrs.
Troy Wyche, Mrs. W. L. McCrack
en and Mrs. Kate Morris.
Women of Long's Chapel
To Observe Mission
Study Week On Oct. 16
president, presided. ;
Various reports were given and
committees named for the coming
year as follows: Budget and fi
nance, Frank L. Rogers, chairman,
Mrs. Mark Galloway, Mrs., Grace
Camp, Mrs. Mildred McClure, and
Mrs. Hubert Iloglen; hospitality.
Mrs. Henry Davis, chairman, Mrs.
Francis Massie, Mrs. Jack Felmet,
Mrs. Irwing Leatherwopd, and Mrs
Membership, Mrs. Hugh Rat
cliff, chairman, Mrs. James Med-
ford and Mrs. Harley Francis; pro
gram, Miss Elizabeth Henry, chair
man, Miss Edith Long, Mrs. D. D.
Alley, and Mrs. R. H. Stretcher;
publicity, -Mrs. David A. Byrd,
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ine xau m uwio.. uuy - chairman, Mrs. M. G. Stamey, and
Long's Chapel w.U hold an all day M Gibson; cafeteria; Miss
m!"5 r Patterson, chairman, Mrs. T.
nett, as teacher. The subject un
der discussion will be the book en
titled "The Latin American Cir
cuit," and "Latin Americans the
The members are asked to meet
at 10 o'clock in the morning and at
noon a lunch will be served at the
church, with an afternoon session
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Kel-
ley a son, Michael Bliss, on Octo
ber 2 at the Haywood County Hos
pital. Mrs. Kelley is the former
Miss Genevieve McClure, of the
State of Washington. She is the
granddaughter of Mrs. James R.
McClure, of Waynesville, route 1,
Mr. Kelley is in the U. S. army
and is a second lieutenant, He is
spending several days here at the
home of Mrs. Kelley's aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Blalock.
II II b
tried its V
tm - f
C. Norris, and Mrs. Robt. Boone.
Summer round up, Miss Edith
Long; magazine, Mrs. Mark Gal
oway; room representatives, first.
Mrs. Irwing Leatherwood; second,
Mrs. Joe Howell: third, Mrs. Em
mett Balentine; fourth, Mrs. Fisher
Sprinkle; : fifth, - Mrs, Linwood
Grahl; sixth, Mrs. Hubert Hoglen.
Due to the tire shortage the as
sociation voted to hold meetings in
the afternoon. The second grade
won the half holiday for the larg
est attendance of parents at the
Birthday Party Given
In Jlazelvvood For Mr.
Griffin Last Monday
Carl Griffin gave a surprise
birthday party on Monday eve
ning honoring his father on his
Games and contests were enjoy
ed by all and prizes were given the
winners. Ice cream and cake were
served the guests. Mr. Griffin re
ceived many lovely gifts.
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs.' Fred Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Langum, Mr .and Mrs. Bob
Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saun
ders, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hoyle, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Robinson, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Massey, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Massey, Miss Margaret
Underwood, Miss Sarah Under
wood, Miss Edna James Miss
Pearl James, Mr. Noland, Bob
Mills, David. Mills, Sam Gibson,
Mary Joe Fullbright, Johnnie Mc
Elroy, and Mrs. Anna Clark.
Mrs. Rufus Carswell left this
week for Newton, where she plans
to - spend a couple of weeks with
Perfected Here By
Mrs. J, H. Howell
The Joseph Howell Society of
the Children of the American Rev
olution met with Mrs. J. Harden
Howell, senior president at "Wind-
over" on Saturday afternoon. The
meeting opened with the pledge of
allegiance to flag, followed by the
singing of America.
Mrs. Howell presided and the
following officers were named:
'unior president, Patsy Gwyn;
registrar, Marguerite Way; re
?ording secretary, Betsy Siler;
treasurer, Allen Hart; librarian,
Sarah Louise Leatherwood; chap
lain, Carolyn Burgin; correspond
ng secretary, Dorothy Lane Pre-
vost; historian, Linda Sloan; color
bearers, Betty Barber, Adora Lee
Prevost, Anne Hardin, Sanford
Massie, and Lura Thompson Myers.
The objects of the CAR were
discussed during the afternoon.
Mrs. Howell announced the folow
ing registered for membership :
Patsy Gwyn, Marguerite , Way,
Alice Elizabeth Siler, Allen Wilk
erson Hart, Sarah Louise Leath
erwood, Ruth Carolyn Burgin,
Linda Stringfield Sloan, Dorothy
Lane Prevost, Elizabeth Norman
Barber, Adora Lee Prevost, Fran
ces Sandford Massie, Anne Lan
caster Hardin, and Lura Thomp
Folowing the meeting a social
hour was enjoyed with games on
the lawn after which refreshments
were served in the dining room.
Mrs. Howell was assisted in serv
ing by Mrs. Richard N. Barber,
Jr., Mrs. Francis Massie and Mrs.
BTU Intermediate !
Union Enjoys Old
Fashioned Candy Pull
An old fashioned candy pulling
was held by one of the groups at
the First Baptist church here on
Thursday evening in the Welch
Memorial Sunday school building,
with Marion T. Bridges, leader, in
charge. He was assisted in pre
paring the candy by Miss Robena,
Miss Maude and Miss Evonia How
ell. Games were directed by Miss
Madge Lewis and Miss Elizabeth
Others attending were : R. L.
Wilson, Robert Russell, Tommy
Norris, Lyle Coffey, Billy Howell,
Claire Howell, Betty Joe Crocker,
Nancy Leatherwood, Betty Jo No
land, Peggy Sue Burgin, Richard
Howell, Vaughn Pressley, Sam
Calhoun, Dot Calhoun, Mary Jo
Dot Miller, Clarabelle Fincher,
Bruce Briggs, Doris Briggs, Edna
Ratcliff, Fannie Howell, Frances
Leatherwood, Theresa Alley, Orion
Hammett, Lamor Hammett, Mary
Dorcas Howell, Louise Fullbright,
Billy Burgin, Dorothy Leather
wood and ; Rev. and Mrs. H. G.
Circles To Meet Tuesday
Circles of the Woman's Auxil
iary of the Hazelwood Presbyter
ian Church will meet on Tuesday
October 13, the Women's Circle
will meet with Mrs. Ed Grear at
2:30. The Business women will
meet with Miss Edna Summerow
at 7:30 in the evening, with Miss
Laura Winchester in charge of the
Ted Walker has returned to
Baltimore, where he has been lo
cated during the past four months;
He was accompanied by Mrs,
Walker and their two children who
will remain there while he is lo
cated in Baltimore.
Now In Force . . . .
War-Time Insurance Rate
Cars with an A Basic Ration Card get a 20 redaction
on bodily injury rates, while cars to A and B or A and
C Cards get a 10 redaction on bodily injury rate.
These new rates applies to all policies written after
July 22, and goes into effect October 1.
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET AMPLE INSURANCE
For Complete Information Phone 77
L H. DAVIS & CO.
Real Estate Bonds Rentala Insurance
Miss Louise Greene
Is Married To
T. C. Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Greene, of
Waynesville, route 2, have an
nounced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Louise Greene, to
T.-C. Rogers, of Asheville. The
couple were married in Greenville,
S. C., on September 28th, with the
ring ceremony being used.
The bride wore a tan suit with
brown accessories. She is a grad
uate of the Clyde high school and
the Asheville Beauty Academy.
For the past two years she has
been employed at the Rader Beauty
Parlor in Asheville.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Florence Rogers. He is a
graduate of the Franklin high
school and at present is employed
by the government.
The couple were accompanied to
Greenville by Miss Martha Greene,
sister of the bride, and Miss Wylma
Rogers, sister of the bridegroom,
and other friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers left after
the ceremony for New York, where
they will temporarily reside. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin,
who are now residing in Hilton
Village, Va., have arrived to spend
the remainder of the week here
with relatives. Mr. Martin holds
a position with the Newport News
Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Com
The Central EW0.
A. held a 1neeti7enr,
ternoon H i.i.on. M
Grahl, presidU aL"Jr,-.L4
Others who w ill
fer.8n; 8ecretary' Mr J.C (
ing chairme: progZI
Massie; publicity, &
s.e; music, MisssSJ
magazine, Miss Annie iV
Patrick: cafPtorio P
membership, Mrs" m! b bI
R. N. Barber left duriJ
wip io points in Tenm
conveniences of city
Essotane Metered Sen
Eyes Examined , For Appoints
Glasses Fitted Telephone 248
DR. It. KING HARPE
125 Main Street Wells Bldg. Canton, N.
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Men In Service
Government regulations limit Christmas package
men in service to the size of a shoe box. We have a qui
of shoe boxes that we will gladly give anyone for pat
gifts to men in service. I
Please call between two and four o'clock on Sati
at the building formerly occupied by Martin Electric
pany on Church Street.
Wellco Shoe Corp.
Waynesville . :
Throw Your Scrap In the
Ifs Junk To You, But It's
Yes, it's guns to them and planes and ships and taiuj
Industry urgently needs more scrap to build these np
ing machines. Here's how you can help: Search )
attic, basement, yard and closet for all the scrap rod
you can find We will pay the highest price during u
3-week drive Cash, Bonds or Stamps.
Pressley Bros. Auto Parts m
At Waynesville Coal Co.
If You Want To Donate To Any Organization- Bring Your Scrap To
Your Weight Slip and Pay.
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