HIE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER (One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29 v Mr. and Mrs. Gill Given Surprise House Warming Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gill were giv en a surprise house warming on Saturday evening at their newly completed home on their farm on Jonathan Creek, when a group of friends assembled by Mrs. Adora Smathers Rayne called on them. The party met at one central point before leaving town and arrived at the farm together. Mr. Gill is president of the American Power and Light Com pany with offices in Philadelphia. He and Mrs. Gill and their son have been coming to Waynesville for the past thirteen summers. Upon retirement of Mr. Gill they plan to make Haywood county their permanent residence. Those invited on the party were the following i Judge and Mrs. Frank Smathers, Mrs. B. F. Smathers, Dr. and Mrs. John H. Smathers, Mrs. S. C. Satterth waite, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Withers and Miss Hester Ann Withers, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Prevost, Mr. and Mrs. Whitener Prevost. Mrs. Chas. E. Quinlan, Mrs. J. Howell Way, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rotha, Miss Tillie Rotha, Mrs. Harry Rung, Mr and Mrsi Aaron Prevost, Miss Alice Quinlan, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Swift, Miss Nancy Killian, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Killian, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wat kins, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mas- sic, Mrs. Jennie Ray Breece, Mrs. J. F. Abel, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Woody, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloan, Hugh J Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ray, Miss Nanette Jones, Mr. and Mrs Richard N. Barber, Jr., Mrs. Wil liam Medford, and Mr. and Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn. Mrs. Hayes Bryson had as her guest last week her mother, Mrs. G. 0. Hooper, of Cullowhee. Kork in Plane Plant re ' T I - 9 ' to At: L , A '.-" . riMir ' ' Many American families on the home front are actively aiding the ' ght against the Axis. Mrs. Fan nie Bedell and her daughter, Mabel (left), work side by side at the Wright cyclone engine plant on the east coast. They went through vo cational school together and are Fruit Cake Fruit Cakes are ideal for verseas shipment. Buy and ship before November 1. We have them ready now. Waynesville Bakery Phone 343-W Church St Elizabeth Norman Barber Observes 4th Birthday Anniversary With Party Little Miss Elizabeth Norman Barber, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Barber, Jr., entertained some of her young friends at the home of her par ents on Monday afternoon in ob servance of her fourth birthday anniversary. She was assisted by her mother, her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. E. K. Herman, Mrs. S. P. Gay and Mrs. Whitener Pre vost in receiving and entertaining her guests. The Hallowe'en motif was car ried out in all the decorations and party appointments. The birthday cake was decorated in the motif, and the ices were in pumpkin shapes, x The guest dist included the fol lowing: Anne Hardin, Adora Lea Prevost, Joan Prevost, Nancy Pre vost, Lane Prevost, Florrie Pat rick, Marguerite Russ, Ann Wil liamson Coman, Grey Watkins, Florence Ann Bowles, Agnes Jane Robertson, Linda Sloan, Sallie Stpvall, Sandra Messer, Jane Dav enport, Patience Ray, Laura Woody. Steve Woody, Ralph Prevost, Jr., Billy Prevost, Stuart Robert son, Ben Sloan, Jr., Tommy Mas sie Stanford Massie, Jeff Reece, George Williamson, Lamar Ham mett, Ted Rogers, Jay Ferguson, Joe Liner, Jr., Jimmy Neal, and Clyde Ray, III. 'V . Sergeant and Mrs. Joe Cathey, who have been visiting relatives in the county are leaving today for Greenville, Texas. Mrs. Cathey is the former Miss Sarah Jane Walk er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay ton Walker. Sgt. Cathey is in the air corps and is located at the field in Greenville. Haywood Man Weds Virginia Girl In Newport News Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Mabel Ann Harrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dawson Harrell, of New port News, Va., to Theodore Rus sell Safford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Safford, of Fines Creek. ' The ' vows were solemnized on Saturday, October 3, at 9 .o'clock in the evening at the Tabernacle Baptist church of Newport News, Va. The Rev. Walter C. Scott of ficiated. Miss Adele Amos was organist and presented a program of wed ding music prior to the taking of the vows. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a two piece ensemble of tobacco crepe with brown velvet trimmings. Her hat was of brown velvet with a veil also of brown. Her accessories were in a harmonizing shade of brown suede. She wore a corsage of orchids. Mrs. B. M. Weeks, sister of the bride, was matron . of honor, and was the only attendant. She wore a dress of wine colored wool, with navy accessories. Her corsage was of talisman roses. James D. Safford, twin brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. The bride is a graduate of the Newport News high school. The bridegroom received his education in the Fines Creek high school, Brevard College and Duke Univer sity. He is now employed at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company. The young couple are at home at 640 30th Street, Newport News, Va. . ' Pvt. Allie Moore Honored With Supper On Saturday Mrs. Althea Biddix entertained a group of friends Saturday night with a supper party. The affair was given in honor of P. F. C Allie L. Moore, of Company A, 401st Glider Infantry, 101st air born division, at Fort Bragg. Pvt. Moore was home on a week end pass visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Moore, on Water street. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gill are spend ing a few weeks at their farm on Jonathan Creek. , ' Mrs. Sydia Ray and her daugh ter, Miss Elizabeth Ray, have gone to Asheville to reside. Miss Ray has accepted a position with the government hospital at Swannanoa. Lester Burgin, Jr., who is at tending Mars Hill College, spent the week-end her with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burgin. Richard Bradley, who is attend ing Davidson College, spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Bradley. Week-Eriel Special 0)C 0)111 From UinflffiN Print and Rayon DRESSES - $1.98 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Beautiful Fall HATS ------ $1 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Part Wool and Cotton SWEATERS - - $1 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Ladies' Outing GOWNS ----- 690 All colors and sizes. BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Boys' Outing . . PAJAMAS - - - 790 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Children's Lovely SCHOOL DRESSES -790 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE . Boys' Part Wool Sport JACKETS - - 51.93 LINEOLUM RUGS 7i by 9 feet - - - - - $2.98 6 by 9 feet $1.98 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Boys' Heavy Plaid ' , . SWEATERS - - - $1 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Ladies Lovely PANTIES--190-250 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Men's Blanket Lined Overall JACKETS - - $1.98 BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Men's Heavy Wool and Cotton SOCKS - - - 150 pair BUY AT BELK-HUDSON'S AND SAVE Men's Good Quality Work . SHIRTS ----- 690 o L2) "Home Of Better Values" Mardi Gras Queen S?I' V t ,ttfi B . .im- selected n........ tr;ictta Wp(ms. Queen of this year's Coney Island Mardi Uras, in wew. i ".,. "'"--shapely hand to merrymakers from her float. She rode in rega splendor at the head of the parade that began after she was chosen queen. (Central Pr est) Haywood Chapter UDC To Meet With Mrs. Blackwell The Haywood Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confed eracy will hold the November meet ing on Friday, the 6th, at Birch wood Hall with Mrs. Rufus H. Blackwell as hostess. Mrs. R. N. Barber will have charge of the program and she will present the proceedings of the State division UDC conven tion which ' was held in Greens boro this month. Members are asked to assemble at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Grover M. Davis, president, will preside. , Presbyterian Sunday School Organizes A Bible Class A Bible class composed of young married couples and a group of young men and women has been recently organized in the Presbyte rian church. The class meets each Sunday morning in the music room of the Hotel Gordon and is being taught by the Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson, pastor of the church. On last Sunday morning the class elected the following officers; Hal lett Ward, president; Ralph Pre vost, vice! president; and Mrs. Whitener Prevost, secretary-treasurer. Miss Lois Harrold was named pianist for the class. The class has a membership of 20 and good prospects for a steady in crease... Judge and Mrs. Frank Smathers have closed their summer home here and have gone to Miami for the winter months. Judge Smath ers went direct to Florida, but Mrs. Smathers went to Pinehurst, where she joined her daughter, Mrs. Phil lip Myers, and young daughter, Lura, who will accompany her to Miami for the winter months. Captain Myers is stationed at Fort Bragg. ' Mr. and Mrs. J ames Coman, of Sanford, spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Coman, at Lake Junaluska. Mrs. J. E. 'Garrett, of Reids ville, arrived on Monday to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus H. Blackwell. Mr, and Mrs. Aaron Prevost have retnrned from a visit to Nashville, Tenn., where they were the guests of the latter's brother in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hoaghland. Dameron-IIyatt Wedding To Take Place Saturday The marriage tf Miss' Rozeila Wiggins Dameron, daughter of Mrs. William Henry Dameron, of Warrenton, to Charles David Hyatt, of Newport News, Va., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hyatt, of Waynesville, will take place on Saturday evening, October 31st The marriage will be solemnized in the Wesley Memorial Methodist church of Warrenton, followed by a large reception at the home of the bride's mother. Among the attendants Will be Lochlan Hyatt, of Newport News, formerly of Waynesville, who will serve hi" brother as best man. Donald Hyatt, of Wilmington, Ar thur Hyatt, pf Camp Richie, Md.( both brothers of the bridegroom, and Frank Ferguson, formerly of Waynesville, now of Wilmington, will be ushers. Mrs. W. A. Hyatt and Miss Nancy Hyatt left yesterday for Warrenton, where they will be the pwts of the bride-elect and her mother until after the ceremony on Saturday night. BTU To Be Hosts Of Hallowe'en Party Tonight The B. T. U. of the First Bap tist church will be hosts of a social tonight. The affair will be held in the dining hall of the Welch Memorial building, and those at tending are asked to assemble at 8 o'clock. All members of the B. T. U. are invited to be present. Many of the guests are planning to go in costumes and wear masks, but it will be left to those attending to do as they please. Many attractive features of en tertainment centering around the Hallowe'en n.otif will be carried out in the program of the evening. The party is being sponsored by the social committee chairman of the departments, which include: Mrs. Lloyd Kirkpatrick, of the adults; Miss Adeline Boone, of the young people; Miss McCracken, of the intermediates: and Mrs. Ben Phillips, of the juniors. Legion Auxiliary Holds Interesting Meeting Thursday The Legion Auxiliary held the regular meeting at the Legion home on Thursday evening, with Mrs, J. C. Brown, president, pre siding. Mrs. T. G. Massie and Mrs. Hurst Burgin were hostesses for the social' hour which followed with a joint assembly of the post and auxiliary. Various reports were given, in cluding the following: Mrs. T, L. Bramlett reported that 44 members were enrolled for the coming year; Mrs. Massie stated that she had distributed handbooks to every group of draftees leaving this area; Miss Ida Jean Brown re ported that she had sent the usual amount of cigarettes to the men at Oteen. Mrs. Sam Kelly, chairman of finance, presented the plan for sell ing Christmas cards and wrap pings and the members approved the plan. A discussion was held regarding the program to be sponsored by the Auxiliary and the Legion on Thanksgiving evening in the ocurt house. Mrs. Newton Cook, of Jackson ville, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Co man, at Lake Junaluska. ... . ' .. ' Mr. and Mrs. James D. Safford, of Newport News, Va., are visit ing the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ;Safford, at their home on Fines Creek. . James A. Gwyn returned Wed nesday from a business trip to Wilmington, Del. Ranks Husband x X f "6"'' ' I -Tiinr-rin '1 '": MllSlP fink TT. Opera Program On Saturday Mrs. Evelyn Abel OsW charge of the progra Smiling Mary Mullens of St Al bans, New York, joined the Cana dian Womens Auxiliary Corps in Ottawa at the same time her hus band joined the Canadian Army. Just the other day she was mad corporal and beat her husband to second stripe. But she says tJiell have to salute him soon, for now kt'l attending an officers' training school. a (Central Prtu). Cpl. Harry Gaddis Takes Part On Program At Richland Baptist Church Corpal Harry Gaddis, of Com pany G, 401st Glider Infantry, 101st Airborn Division, Fort Bragg, took part on the program of the B. T. U. meeting held at Richland Baptist church on Water street on Sunday. Cpl. Gaddis sang a solo, and ac companied Miss Lillian Moore. .' Stationery and Slpplies Sold At The Mountaineer Office noon. Miss Stringfield associate hostess, Dr. Edith Miss Margaret Terrell J dent of thp rinK ... . , jncsmea. " "soorne had as htt ul me upera" gave brief sketches of the juuutui composers and mosi popular works. She a! J of the oldest and most interd opera houses in the country closed her paper with a te' of the outstanding contenJ A number of victrok rec illustrating points made bv Osborne, were played. Mrs I A. Love and Mrs. Troy Wyche dered a piano duet, "Magic P oy wagner. jyirs. ,j. Liaie Btentz, chaii of defense, reported that a trola and some records had sent to the state chairraar ureensDoro, who in turn i send them on to some camn A social hour followed the I ing. Miss hthel Craig was a cial guest of the afternoon. '.- Mrs. Cornelia Nixon, whj made an extensive visit friends in Chicago, returned on Saturday. Fred Martin, who is attea Western Carolina Teachers lege, spent the week-end wit parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred tin. -. i The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP rape rs Some smooth finish, while others hare the desirable cockle finish. Your choice of finishes, in letter or legal size, In such well known brands as IIAMMERMILL SEAFOAM BOND FALMOUTH GOLD SEAL HURRON We Featnre BLUE TD? SECOND SHEETS THE MOUNTAINEER "Stationery and Suppli$ for Office, Bom and Sehoor A Ray Ambition - Applied To Our Shoe Department In the war times ahead, your retailer may cor to be considered your best friend. We aspire to deser that position of trust. We will work hard to deser your confidence. In terms of women's and misses' shoes, we are n offering dressy dress shoes. Instead -WE SPECIALIZE IN OXFORDS Our ambition is that this store shall be your best place to buy Oxfords whether you are a misses, a maid, or a woman mature. Including, too, ''0 1 d Ladies' Comforts." m You will find showing Oxfords the type which will i,., iho WAAC and the WAVES. vilian women will fi them equally attr tlvA and serviceabll 1 See Us For -OXFORDS For all members of the ian' C. E. Ray' Sons Your l-Stop Shoppy w , I

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