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gSDAY DECEMBER 3, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Uusic Club Enjoys
Unusual r rug am
..mpsville Music Clab held
November meeting on Monday
v the mam auditorium of
iret Baptist church, with Mrs.
the Fir81 d Ma Rab
I line in w,B.
P !u is associate hostesses. Miss
Cret Terrell, president, pre-
LuJld. ' . 1
Mr. Robert H. Streicner ana
TTommett were in chartre
UAH-"" ui.l, .,,
'TlV.r talk Mrs. Stretcher dis
mpehanism of the two
useo we . ...
Qraments. Stie Drougnm ms
f3" . .... f interest in connee-
brii now. r ----- ;r .
;i.t Johann Sebastian Bach was
"V.i ...,Ker were sumr by Mrs.
ITg Hammett, Mrs. Lawrence
tLn, and Mrs. Fred Calhoun.
Other nunioe " m
....ivp of points brought out
C discussion were as follows:
i comelia Nixon; "Warum by
kchumann, Dy m.
Two piano-organ auos, L,arKu,
Handel and "Largo," by Hayden,
4 kr. Mm XT n. TTom.
ett and Mrs. Stretcher, with the
farmer at the organ and the latter
Lfthe piano ,
During the DUSiness sessiuii, airs.
December DAR Meet
To Be Held Friday
Afternoon the 10th
The December meeting of the
Dorcas Bell Love chapter will be
held at the home of Miss Alice
Qumlan on Friday the 10th, with
Mrs. Chas. E. Quinlan and Miss
Lois Harrold as associate host
esses.. Mrs. S. H. BushnelL regent, will
preside. Miss Margaret String
field will have .the paper of the
afternoon, the subject will be on
"American Music." Mrs. Thad
Howell will review the magazine.
Miss Katherine Jones is spending
this week in Fayetteville, where she
is visiting friends.
Miss Thomasine Stringfield spent
the Thanksgiving holidays with
friends in Virginia.
J. Dale Stentz urged that any
member who had a radio not in
use, turn it oyer to the defense
committee of the club so that it
could be sent to some recreational
center of some camp.
Mrs. Stentz also stated that Mr.
Lawson, head of the music de
partment of Springfield school
would be glad to assist in direct
ing Christmas music in the com
munity. Special guests of the evening
were Mrs. Ralph Petitt and Mrs.
Edna M. James
Becomes Bride Of
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. James, of
Clyde, have announced the harriage
of their daughter. Miss Edna Mae
James, to Mr. Glenn Noland, son
of Mr. and Mrs. C- G. Noland. of
The marriage took place at 5:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, No
vember the 25th, at the parsonage
of the First Baptist Church, with
the pastor, the Rev. H. G. Ham
The couple were attended by the
bride's sister, Miss Pearl James,
and the bridegroom's sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Noland is a graduate of
the county schools and of Carson
Newman College, of Jefferson City,
Tenn. Mr. Noland is a graduate
of Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege. Both the bride and the bride
groom are members of the Fines
Creek high school. Mrs. Noland
heads the department of home
economics and Mr. Noland teaches
history and English.
Theo. McCracken has returned
from a visit to his son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
McCracken, and his son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Moore, in Newport New.
Come To GARRETT Furniture Store and
...ana simplify ?i
IU . .. -
ll This is the time for
practical giving that
looks ahead ....
The next few years will find the
gifts of quality furniture you
give this Christmas, appreciated
a thousand-fold! We still have
a generous stock of all the pieces
illustrated in this ad, and will
' Layaway" your purchases until
desired delivery date
in j( 'it
Lucy K. Hyatt
Becomes Bride Of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hyatt, of
Hazelwood, have announced the
marriage of their daughter. Miss
Lucy Kathleen Hyatt, to Robert
Sutton, son of the late James R.
Sutton and Mrs. Ralph Sorrells,
The marriage was solemnised in
Greenville, S. C on Saturday,
The bride wore a light blue crepe
dress with brown accessories. Her
corsage was of yellow rosebuds
Mrs. Sutton is a graduate of
the Waynesville township high
school and is employed by the
Dayton Rubber Company at Hazel
wood. The bridegroom attended Sylva
high school and is also employed by
the Dayton Rubber Company here.
Mr. and Mrs. Sutton are resid
ing in Hazelwood.
Mrs. J. H.Howell
Will Be Hostess
Of UDC Meeting
The Haywood chapter of the
Pnited Daughters of the Confeder
acy will meet tomorrow afternoon
at 8:30 o'clock at "Windover" with
Mrs. J, H. Howell as hostess.
Mrs. W. L. McCracken will have
the paper of the afternoon. Her
subject will be "The Universities
of Texas and Virginia."
Mrs. Grover C. Davis, president
of the chapter, will preside.
Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Campbell
have had as their guests during the
Thanksgiving holidays, Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Campbell and daughter,
Alice, of Hamilton, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Campbell and
son, Jerry, of Newport News, Va.,
and Miss Mary Reeves, of Hot
Springs, have been the recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Camp
Duncan Phyfe Dropleaf Table and Chairs
A practical group for foyer, living room or small dining
Tables In Genuine Mahogany $23.50
Beautiful Chairs .
Scallop Tier Table
In genuine mahogany.
A Useful heirloom for
$ Many sizes . . . H
ST Heavy plate 11 ,
elass ... As- 11 I m
1 sortment of II '
frames. H I U
IS S4-9S J
la V , ' extra
IK JS Btnck
All Models In Several
Select Yours At
Youthful Hostess Gives
Party On 10th Birthday
Miss Frances Hoyle entertained
a eroun of her friends on last Fri
day evening at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hoyle,
Jr., in observance of her tenth
birthday anniversary. She was as
sisted by her mother in entertain
ing the guests. Games were en
joyed by all and favors were given
each child, after which refresh
ments were served.
The guest list included, Kath-
ryn Hyatt, Fredia .Ann Waddell,
Betty Jo Robinson; Adlaide Mc
Clain, Nina Welch, Susie Swanger,
Joan Welch, Mitsie Sutton, Colleen
Kuykendall, Roberta Smith, Doris
Scruggs, Frances Saunders, Jean
Saunders, Mary Ann Byrd, Rich
ard Hoyle, Harold Scruggs, Allen
Kent S wayngim. Farrell Sutton,
Billy Whitner, Carol Swanger,
Stanley Sayngim. and Amos Lee
Eastern Star to Hold
Regular Meet Tonight
The Waynesville chapter of the
Order of the Eastern Star will hold
their regular stated meeting to
night at 7:80 in the assembly
rooms in the Masonic Temple. AH
members are urged to be present
Miss Peggy Jo Dills, of Sylva,
spent the Thanksgiving holidays
here with her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Swan.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dills,
of Newport News, Va., spent the
Thanksgiving holidays here witn
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Swan.
Mrs. L. M. Killian spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr, ana Mrs
Leon Killian, in Newport News,
Miss Nell Nelson and Miss
Wplpn Morrow, of Rlackstone, Va.,
sr.cn t thn Thnnksffivinsr holiHqvs
here with the latter's mother, Mrs.
Dr C. N. Risk is spending sey
eral days in Raleigh this week on
The Haywood County Nurses As
sociation met on Monday evening
at the home of Mrs. Lelia Gibson
on the Asheville road. Several new
members were added to the roll.
The greater -part of the meet
ing was taken nn with completion
of the organization of the newly
formed group. Brief talks were
made by several of the members.
Mrs. Lem Leopard is president
of the group. Others serving with
her are vice president, Mrs. Wal
lace Wells; secretary, Mrs. Gilbert
Reeves; treasurer, Mrs. Albert
The hostess was assisted in serv
ing by Miss Artie Williams, of
Canton. The next meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. Albert
Miss Bennie Galloway
Honored With Linen
Shower Monday Night
Miss Tfennie Gallowav. bride-
elect, was honored on Monday even
ing with a linen shower which was
given at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Albert Ward and her mother,
Mrs. Ada Galloway. She received
many lovely gifts
The guest list included: Miss
Miriam Phillips, Miss Blanche
Massie, Mrs. Pearl Cogdill, Miss
Nora fiallowav. Miss Mary Anne
Cabe, Mrs. J. R. Jenkins, Mrs.
George Galloway, Mrs. John lur
pin, and Mrs. S. M. Amos, and Mrs,
Buster Mills, of Canton.
Miss Emily Siley, who is con
nected with the welfare department
in Lumberton, spent the Thanks
giving holidays here with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Siler.
Jim Lefttherwood, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Troy Leatherwood, of
Jonathan Crf ek, who is a student
at Furman University, spent the
giving holidays here with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Miss Wilma Ruth Rogers
Becomes Bride Of
Pvt. Ira P. Singleton
Mm Fllen Ros-eri. of the Bethel
section, has announced the mar
riage of her daughter, Miss Wilma '
Ruth Rogers, to Private Ira P.
Th wftHHinr took nlace on No
vember 23rd, in Clayton, Ga,, with
a small group oi inenas attend
ing the ceremony.
Tfc hrirl ia & Graduate of the
Bethel high school and has been
emoloved by the Amercan Enka
Private Sinarleton is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Singleton, of
he Cecil section. He has been witn
the U. S. Army for the past 14
months and. has been stationed at
aAuoml famna At nrpsent he is
stationed at Camp Forrest, Tenn.
Min Martha Wav soent the
Thanksgiving holidays hert with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. a.
Way. She had as her guests Miss
Evelyn Coleman and Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Talbert, of Mt. Airy.
MUa Tla Peebles, of Waynes
ville, route 1, is visiting Sergeant
Eugene Smathers, who is stationea
at Camp Blanding, Fla.
Miss Letha Knight spent a few
Hays last week in Gastonia and
Charlotte, with relatives.
. . .
Mrs. W. C. Hyatt, of Franklin,
spent a few days here last week
with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Hyatt.
Miss Kathryn Blalock, who s
a student at Peace College, spent
the Thanksgiving holidays here
with here parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKee and
Willie Tate, of Newton, spent the
week-end in Hazelwood with Mr.
and Mrs. Joe M. Tate and other
Mrs. Greek Waddell, of Asheville,
was the guest for a few days last
week of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Waddell.
We have an
. . Se
lect yours now.
Comfortable, decorative chairs fea
turing fine frames and fabrics.
Wide Range Or Prices.
OVER A DOZEN PATTERNS OF BEAUTIFUL
Sold by the set or piece. We make up any
32-Piece Set - - - only $5.25 g
Give Her A Cavalier
A large stock to
Some models with
See Them At
We Are Heavily Stocked With
Pre-War Furniture, At
See us for Ranges, Heaters, Furniture for Dining
Room, Bed Room or Living Room. We have large
selections for each. Many of the items are not
being made now and cannot be replaced. Come
Garrett Furniture Store
The Bargain Event Of '42
irprVs n fmlripn nnnnrtunitv to ?
, M-r r - .T
play Santa (Jiaus to yourseU
So Warm So Becoming
So Well Made
FLATTERING TO ALL FIGURES
Sport and Dress
Fur trimmed, in wine, black,
brown and needle point. A
bargain you should see. On That sold up to 129.50 . . .
sale at . . . , now marked down to only
MEN'S ALL WOOL
Many different colors and
weaves, in both single and
double breasted models. Now
on sale at only
16" - 19"
Mm P w 7
Tweeds, camel hair,
and many other
types. These are for
mer $39.50 garments
. . . now on this big
sale at only
See These Today-Hurry In For Yours
COME HERE FOR VALUES!
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