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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19
Club At Tea Given
By Mrs. Osborne
Mrs. Robert J. Osborne was hos
tess to the private duty nurses of
Waynesville and Canton, and the
graduate nurses working at the
Haywood County Hospital, at her
home on Love Lane on Wednes
day afternoon of last week.
A nurses club was organized
during the afternoon to study mod
ern nursing proceedures, local
nursing problems, and plans for
war emergency service. All gradu
ate nurses in Haywood county will
be welcomed to membership.
Mrs. Osborne gave a report of
the meeting of the North Carolina
State Nurses Association which
was held in Raleigh.
Miss Ruby Lee Ferguson
And J. G. Garner Are Wed
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ferguson,
of Aliens Creek, have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Ruby Lee Ferguson, to James
G. Garner, Jr., of Andrews, in Clay
ton, on October the 5th. Only a
few close friends were present for
' Mr." Gamer is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Garner, of Andrews,
he holds a position in Newport
Mrs. Garner is residing with her
parents, but plans to join her hus
Bethel P. T. A. Meets
This Afternoon With
Harmon Moore As Leader
The Bethel Parent-Teacher As
sociation will hold its monthly
meeting this afternoon in the school
Auditorium. The topic under dis
cussion will be "Tomorrow's Com
munity Leader," which will be lead
by Harmon Moore.
The meeting will open with group
singing directed by Mrs. J. Dudley
Moore and Mrs. Tucker. Mrs.
Johnson will lead the devotional
A special musical number will
be rendered by Caroline West and
All members are urged to be
Howard Passmore, son of Mr.
and Mrs. N. N. Passmore, of Haz
elwood, who recently volunteered
for service in the Air Force of the
U. S. Army, is now stationed at
Fort Myers, Florida.
R. C. Tuttle returned on Monday
fro ma visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Tuttle, in Richmond.
Local Girl Weds In Tennessee
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Rostesses Give Party
On Thursday Night
Misses Betty and Virginia Mc
Elroy, of Lake Junaluska, were
hostesses , of a party last Thurs
day evening. Games featured the
Those attending from Waynes
ville were : Miss Vivien Clark,
Miss Sara Lee Davis, Miss Gracie
Wilburn, Miss Mary Ruth Rhine
hart, Miss Gaynell Rhinehart, and
Miss Kathleen Rhinehart, Bill
Queen, Joe Welch and Frederick
Vaughn; from Canton and Clyde:
Berlia Paxtort, Wade Coeby, Guy
Ward, Herman Miller, Tltort Phil
lips, Cordell Chambers, Jack Dot-
son, Melvin Henline, Charles
Haynes, Joe Flyn, and irom Ashe
ville: Charles Worley and Clyde
"Show Me Some
thing I'll Feel
Dressed Up In"
"Buy On Credit"
MRS. JOSEPHUS HAROLD TINGEN, who before her marriage
on Saturday afternoon at the Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church,
was Miss Ellen Louise Killian, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Leon Marcus
Place On the 14th
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marcus Kil
lian have announced the marriage
of their daughter, Miss Ellen
Louise Killian, to Corporal Jo
sephus Harold Tingen, U. S. army,
who is now stationed at Camp
The marriage took place on Sat
urday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at
the Signal Mountain Presbyterian
church in Chattanooga, Tenn., with
the Rev. W. S, Thorington, pastor,
pronouncing the vows. The double
ring ceremony was used.
The couple were attended by
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hyatt, of
Mrs. Tingen wore a cerise crepe
dress with a silver fox jacket. Her
hat and accessories were in black
and her floWers were a corsage
of orchids. The bride is a member
of the faculty of the Hazelwood
school and will continue her teach
ing for the present.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles A. Tingen, of
Fuquay Springs. He has been in
the service since January of this
year and was inducted at Fort
Bragg. From the latter he was
transferred to Fort Jackson, where
he was stationed until he was re
cently sent to his present location.
"Mrs, Killian accompanied her
daughter to Chattanooga and was
present for the ceremony.
Henry Foy, who is a student at
Mars Hill College, spent last week
end in town with his mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Scruggs
and Willie Tate, of Newton, spent
the week-end in Hazelwood with
Charles Leatherwood, is is a stu
dent at Furman University, spent
the week-end here with his parents,
the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Leather
wood. ' "' ''
Mrs. Chas. E. Quintan has gone
to Raleigh, where she will visit
her son-in-law and daughter, Dr.
and Mrs. Christopher C. Critten
den, Dr. Crittenden is secretary
of the State Historical Commission.
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
In A Number of Size Bottles
STAMP PAD INK IN THREE COLORS
Black, Bin and Red "
' THE MOUNTAINEER
'StUionrg 'and SuppHtm for Oflct, Horns and 5eW
Pretty Ellen AUardiec, New York
model, la shown wearing the uni
form which will be issued to the en
listed personnel of the WAVES.
Rating marks on the upper sleero
will takt the place of officers' gold
braid and the button will be black
instead of gold. The hat haa ix
ctioa crown with wide stitched
brim. . In rammer a white crown
. la worn and a Mo in winter. -(Ctntrtl
E. L. Withers
Tells DAR About
Ernest L. Withers was the guest
speaker at the November meeting
of the Dorcas Bell Love Chapter
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution which was held on Fri
day afternoon with Miss Margaret
Stringfield at "Blink Bonnie."
Mr. Withers has recently been
named director of the Citizens Ser
vice Corps for the community. In
opening his remarks, the speaker
stated that under the civilian de
fense program special groups deal
ing with air raids and other emer
gencies were organized, but in the
Citizens Service Corps every per
son, man, woman or child, would
be prepared for a job for war
He outlined the organization
shortly to be perfected with the
coordination of the various heads
of already organized groups in the
community, which would eventual
ly result in a complete mobiliza
tion of the home front. He touch
ed on. the various issues that the
country is faced with at present,
und explained the rationing of
meat to be come effective after No
vember 30. He also urged that
every courtesy be paid the sol
diers visiting in the community.
Mrs, J. Harden Howell, organiz
'ng president of the Joseph Howell
Chapter of the Children of the
American Revolution, gave a re
nort of the state meeting which
was held in Charlotte last week.
She stated that Marguerite Way
was a delegate from the chapter
and also served as a personal page
to Mrs. M. B. Wales, state presi-;
Mrs. Howell also gave a report
of her recent visit to Washington,
D, C, and the various DAR meet
ings she attended while visiting
During the business session re
ports were given by the various
officers and chairmen, including
that of the committee on courtesy
to the draftees leaving for camp.
It was suggested that the chapter
invite the cooperation of other
organizations in extending a fare
well to the men leaving for the
armed forces from this area.
Mrs. W. F. Swift, vice regent,
presided in the absence of the re
gent, Mrs. S. H. Bushnell. During
the social hour the hostess was as
sisted in serving by Miss Ethel
Craig and Mrs. J. P. Abel.
Methodist Circles To
Hold Meetings Tuesday
The circles of the Woman's So
ciety .of Christian Service, of the
first Methodist Church, will meet
on Tuesday of next week as fol
lows: Circle number one, with Mrs.
Bonner Ray at 3:30 in the after
Circle number two, with Mrs. R.
L. Lee at 3:30 in the afternoon;
Circle number three, with Mrs, W.
A. Bradley at 7:30 in the evening;
and Circle number four, with Mrs.
M. H. Bowles at 7:30 in the evening.
Miss Hazel Caldwell spent the
past week with friends and rela
tives in Spruce Pine.
Mrs. Butler Nelson, the former
Miss Kate Turbyfill, of Waynes
ville, Mrs .Ed Turbyfill and daugh
ter and Dr. Jack Turbyfill, all of
Asheville, were the guests on Sun
day of their aunt, Mrs. P. L.
Mrs. Charles. Miller is spending
this week in Charlotte where she
is visiting friends. ;
Mrs. Dewey Stovall and two chil
dren were the guests during the
week of the former's parents, Rev.
and Mrs. P. W. Tucker, of Gas
tonia. Mrs. R. L. Coin is spending this
week in Charlotte as the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Ed Isenhour.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young and two
children, spent the week-end in
Marion with relatives.
In Hubby's Shoes
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Mrs. Winfred Tennill. 24-year-old
war worker, presses a button offi.
cially starting production at the
new airplane parts plant of Tyson
Bearing Corp., Massillon. Ohio. She
is working at the same machine her
husband operated before he joined
the armed services.
Given For A
Mrs. T. T. Muse, Mrs. J. N. Bren
dle and MisS Lucy Muse were joint
hostesses of a linen shower on last
Tuesday evening honoring Mrs.
James G. Garner, Jr., the former
Miss Ruby Ferguson, at the home
of Mrs. Garner's aunt, Mrs. Connie
Games were enjoyed after which
ref reshmehts were served. The
bride received many lovely gifts,
Those present were: Mrs. Clyde
Green, Mrs. J. iC. Rogers, Mrs. R.
L. Hendrix, Mrs. F. H. Parris, Miss
Geraldine Parris, Mrs, Dwain Pat
ton, Miss Edna Patton, Mrs. Fred
Webb, Mrs. Elmer Green, Mrs,
Fred Christopher, Mrs. Kyle Camp
bell, Mrs. Henry Francis, Mrs. L,
A, Gilland, Mrs. Hugh Hall, Mrs,
Luther Allen, Mrs. Louie Allen,
Mrs. Jim Page, Miss Inez Moody,
Mrs. John Cogdill, Mrs. John Moo
dy, Mrs. Jim Crawford, Mrs. Law
rence Jones, Mrs. Louis Green, Mrs.
T. L. Blalcok, Mrs. E. W. Stillwell,
Mrs. Clyde Owens, Miss Mildred
Collins, Miss Margaret Brendle,
Mrs. Dewey Brendle, Mrs. John
Ferguson, Mrs. Carl Francis, Mrs,
Millard Buchanan, Mrs. W. M.
Ferguson, Mrs. Albert Muse, Mrs.
Roy Moody, Mrs. Abbie Inman,
Mrs. Larry Robinson,. Mrs, Gene
Smathers, Mrs. Lum Boone, Mrs.
Lee Hendrix, Mrs- John Lyle, Mrs.
Hobert Collins, Miss Ruby Bur
rell, Mrs. Shufford Cagle, Mrs.
Ulysess Burrell, Miss Edna Fergu
son, Mrs. Effie Mehaffey, Mrs. Rob
ert Garrett, Mrs. Harley Allen,
Miss Edna Rogers, Mrs. Clyde
Keener, and Mrs. Green Rogers.
O.E.S. Meets Tonight
The regular meeting of the Way
nesville Chapter of the O. E. S. will
be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in
the assembly rooms of the orga
nization in the Masonic Temple.
All members are urged to be present.
Mrs. Frances McElroy and
daughter, Mary Ruth, spent the
week-end in Arden with Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Taylor.
Earl Leatherwood, who is taking
C. R. T. in Winston-Salem, visited
his mother, Mrs. Mattie Leather
wood, in Clyde over the week-end.
Mrs. Pearl Graham, of Chester,
S. C, arrived on Tuesday to visit
her cousin, Mrs. J. Howell Way.
Mrs. Robert H. Stretcher, who
has been visiting relatives in Ral
eigh and Eastern Carolina, has
FFA Boys To Hold
Annual Father And
Son Banquet Here
The annual Father and Son Ban
quet of the Smoky Mountains Chap
ter of Future Farmers of America
will be held Friday night at 7:30
in the Chapter House on the
grounds of the Waynesville Town
ship high school.
M. H. Bowles, superintendent of
the district schools, will be the
principal speaker of the evening,
which will be marked by a brief
Roy Arrington, president, will
open the meeting after which he
will turn the gavel over to Carmel
Hollings worth, who will serve as
toastmaster for the remainder of
J. C. Brown, vocational agricul
tural teacher, and faculty advisor
of the group will introduce the
special guests of the evening.
Mrs. Inez Brooks, art teacher, is
in charge of the decorative fea
tures of the banquet and will carry
out the theme of the evening, "Ap
preciation of America in all the
Woman's f liikrJ
War Work Tod J
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when as , frZ
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ness session at the bm 7?
at 3 o'clock, with Mr? w ,f
Hannah .president, presiding 1
the session th u,a A
to the Masonic ;rapr
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60 "e exPted to
tend the banquet, whirh ;n i.
pared and servpd ,.
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