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jgURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Local UDC Makes
At Meeting Friday
The Haywood phant.v v
United Daughters nf tKo rj
acy held the December meeting on
ixuajr uiiernoon at "Windover'
with Mrs. J. Harden Howell as
hostess. Mrs. Grover C. Davis
president, presided. '
Christmas plans for the organiza
tion were perfected. The chapter
will send Christmas gifts to the
two Haywood county veterans of
the War Between the States, Cap
tain Alden Howell, now residing
with his daughter, Mrs. Jack John
son, m Los Angeles, Calif.; and J.
. w ooa, 01 tnis county.
Plans were made to send a gift
ine ,oniederate Woman's Home
the Bessie Bell Reed Fund and to
the Western Carolina Sanatorium
It was decided to Rend rii !.
mas cards to the sons nA Hanoi,.
ters of the members of the chapter
who are in the armed forces.
Miss Robena Miller tnU nf th
awarding of the Purple Heart to
American heroes, and Mrs. Howell
display the award of the Purple
Heart won by Col. Howell during
the first World War.
Mrs. W. T. Crawford had the
paper of the afternoon. W buK.
ject was "The Histories of the Uni
versities 01 Virginia and Texas."
She outlined the sketches of the
two well known institutions with
particular emphasis on the period
during the War Between the States.
Miss Louise Martin rendered a
piano solo. A social hour follnwoil
Rev. J. Clay Madison
To Be Speaker at Central
Elementary PTA Meeting
The Rev. J. Clay Madison, pastor
of the First Methodist church, will
be the speaker at the meeting of the
Central Elementary Parent Teach
er Association on Monday night,
the 14th, at 7:30 o'clock. His sub
ject will bs "Spiritual Needs of Our
Child's Youth." Mrs. Guv Massie
will have charge of the program.
A number of Christmas musical
selections will be given by the
students. Mrs. Linwood Grahl,
president, will preside. The pat
rons and friends of the school are
invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reeo were
the guests during the past week of
the latter's parents, Mr. .nd Mrs.
Millard Howell, of Waynesville,
ind the former's mother, Mrs. W.
E. Reed, of Sylva, and other rela
tives. They have returned to
their home in Newport News, Va.,
where Mr. Reed is employed at the
Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company.
Lester Rurcfn. Jr.. student at
Mars Hill College, spent the week
end here with his narents. Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Burgin, at their home
on the Fairview road.
Mrs. W. L. Mehaffey left this
week for Durham, where she will
undergo treatment at Duke Hos
nital. She was accompanied there
by her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Ed
wards, Jr., of Columbia, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs, Grady Rogers, who
are now residing in Newport News,
Va., were the guests of relatives
here during the week.
Mrs. Joe N. Tate has returned
from Wilmington, where she visit
ed her son, Joe N. Tate, Jr., who
is now located there in defense
Mrs. J. T. Glenn and small
granddaughter, Virginia Hamilton,
-vf Texas, who have been visiting
the former's husband, Mr. Glenn,
who is a patient in the Govern
ment Hospita m Johnson City,
Tenn., have returned home.
Methodist Women ,
The woman's society of Chris
tian Service of the First Methodist
church bed the annual Harvest
dinner on Tuesday night in the
dining room of the church, with
Mrs. J. Dale Stenti, retiring pres
ident, presiding. Mrs. M. H.
Bowles was in charge bf the pro
The evening opened with the de
votional period followed by a group
01 songs sung by the choral
group from the high school direct
ed by Chas. Isley, music director.
Mrs. J. M. Kellett read excerpts
from Dicken'g "Christmas Carol."
Corsages were presented to Mrs.
John K. Boone, Mrs. P. L. Turbyfill,
nad Mrs. H. G. West, charter
members of the society, by Mrs. J.
H. Howel, who paid them a beau
tiful trbute. Mrs. S. H. Bushnell
on behalf of the society presented
Mrs. J. Dale Stents with a corsage
and paid her a well deservced trib
The following officers who will
take over the duties the first of
the year were presented: president,
Mrs. Noble Garrett; vice president,
Mrs. Bonner Ray; recording sec
retary, Mrs. Roy Tuttle; corre
sponding secretary, Mrs. Dewey
Stovall; treasurer, Mrs. Troy
Those who will serve as secreta
ries of the various divisions of the
work as follows, were also intro
duced; missionary education and
service, Mrs. Jimmy Boyd; Chris
tian Social Relations and local
work, Mrs. W. L. Hutchins; student
work, Mrs. Hugh Massie; young
women and girls, Mrs. J. Clay Mad
ison; chidren's work, Mrs. Rufus
Siler; literature and publications,
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell; supplies, Mrs.
Guy Massie; preschool age, Mrs.
Ben Sloan; local work and public
ity, Mrs. M. H. Bowles; spiritual
life, Mrs. J. Dale Stentz.
The supper served was a buf
fet affair with each guest bringing
a "covered dish." The tables were
arranged in a square around a
large square table, which was cen
tered with a Christmas tree.
Wins In Forensic
Miss Virginia Kellet, daughter
of Mrs. J. M. Kellett, of Waynes
ville, was one of a debating team
of two from Lenoir-Rhyne College,
who won first place in the For
ensic Tournament held by the
Strawberry Leaf organization at
Winthrop Colege last week.
Miss Kelk't-is a senior at Le-noir-Rhine
this year and has made
an outstanding record during the
four years she has been a student
there. In her high school days
here she also had a record of dis
tinction. She was valedictorian of
her class and the local winner of
the DAR Pilgrimage contest,
Debating with Miss Kellet was
Miss Rachel Conrad, a classmate
Representatives from a number
of Southern colleges including
Huke University and the Univer
sity of Alabama and Mars Hill took
Five Haywood Youths,
Including Two Girls,
Complete NYA Courses
Five Haywood county youtrs
have recenty completed training
at the Asheville NYA War Pro
duction training project and have
been placed in war industries dur
ing the past week.
In the group were: George Day
Rhodarmer, of Canton, route 2;
Bale Ned Clark, of Canton, route
2: Robert Conner, of Canton, route
2; Helen L. Wright, of Canton, and
Marie Denier, also ol Canton.
No one falls for flattery except
the young, the middleaged and the
old. ' .
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Paper Ink Stencils
In paper, we have 6 colors, in three weights (light,
medium and heavy) and in letter and legal size. Also
in two grades.
In ink, we have the ink that gives the utmost In
satisfaction. Scores of local users.
In stencils, we carry the Remington-Rand, one of
proven quality, that costs no more than cheaper grades.
Correction Fluid for stencils in case a mistake is made.
'-Stationery and Supplies for Office, Home and SehooT
By VERA WINSTON
Cherry red daytime inm
THOSE claanlc casuals of weri
In bright, happy colors conati
tut the backbone of many
busy girl's wardrobe, since they
look right throughout the day
except for dressy occasions.
This smart daytime dress Is
classical casual of wool crepe la
cheery cherry red. It has a
clawio collar and revers above
fly front closing. Crescent,
shaped Insets on either side of
the closing form silt pockets.
Gathers radiate from there,
The back is straight
Civic League Gives
Tea On Wednesday
The Waynesville Civic League
entertained with a silver tea on
Wednesday evening as a benefit
for some proposed civic improve
ments the League plans in the
The tea was given at the home
of the president, Mrs. Rufus L.
Allen, and a number of friends
and interested persons attended
the tea and enjoyed the program
which was presented under the id
rcction of Mrs. R. R. Campbell.
Assititing Mrs. Allen in receiv
ing the guests were: Mrs. Charles
Gordon, Mrs. R. R. Campbell, Mrs,
William Jansen, Mrs. Leo Martelle,
Mrs. Rudolph Ilollaus, and Mrs.
The following numbers were
given : Miss Theresa Alley gave
a piano solo, "Blue Veils,'' by
Sederer; Miss Doris Grahl, ac
companied by Miss Jean Hyatt,
sang "My Hero" from the Choco
late Soldier; Mrs; Cornel ia. Nixon
rendered a group of piano num
bers. The program closed with
Miss Doris Grahl singing "White
Christmas," accompanied by Miss
At the close of the evening re
freshments were served. A sub
stantial sum was realized from
Bill Prevost On
The mechanical set-up and Im
portance of civilian defense was
discussed at the Rotary Club Fri
day by Bill Prevost, county co
ordinator for Haywood.
He described best methods for
extinguishing fires started by
bombs; the importance of follow
ing blackout rules, and the general
plan for caring for civilians in time
Judge Don Phillips was a guest
of the club and told his famous
fox hound story, which always
goes over big with every audi
Soldier Out Again After
Breaking His Leg
Phivate LeRoy Cagle, formerly
of route two, has recovered sufli
ciently to rejoin his outfit at Camp
Wheeler, after suffering a broken
leg there four weeks ago. He was
hospitalized at the Camp Wheeler
Woman's Club To
The Woman's Club will hold the
December meeting on Thursday
afternoon, the 17th, at the home
of the president, Mrs. William T.
Hannah, The members are asked
to assemble promptly at S o'clock.
Mrs. Cornelia Nixon, chairman
of music will have charge of the
program. Among the numbers
presented wil be several selections
by the choral group from the club.
The members will not go to the
Red Cross surgical dressings rooms
for work as is now their custom as
the meeting will be gven over en
tirely to the program and the
social hour which will follow.
Serving as hostesses durng the
sociial hour will be the members
of the executive board as follows:
Mrs. Hannah, Mrs. Troy Wyche,
Mrs. W. T. Crawford, Mrs. C. F.
Kirkpatrick, Mrs, J. W,, Kilhan,
Mrs. Chas. Miller, Mrs. R. H.
Stretcher, and Mrs. J. C. Brown.
During the meeting Mrs. Chas.
Miller and Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick,
who are in charge of the sate of
Tuberculosis Christmas Seals from
the club, will make an appeal for
an increased 1942 sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gaddy left
Monday for Chipville, G a., where
they will make an extended visit
to relatives of the latter. They do
not plan to return to town until
after the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Wesley Dickey, of Sweet
water, Tenn., who has been visit
ing her father, W. T. Lee and her
brother, Commander Henry Lee,
has returned to her home.
Win. Greek Waddell, of Asheville,
spent the week-end here with Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Waddell.
Miss Tela Peebles, of Route 1,
Waynesville, has accepted a posi
tion at Camp Blanding, Fla., and
will report for work within the
Dorcas Bell Love Chapter
DAR Will Hold December
Mrs. Chas. E. Quinlan and Miss
Lois Harold will be associate hos
tesses of the December meeting of
the Dorcas. Bell Love Chapter of
the Daughters of the American
American Revolution, which will
be held on Friday afternoon at the
home of Miss Alice Quinlan.
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell. regnt. will
preside. Miss Margaret String
field will have the paper of the
afternoon. The subject under dis
cussion will be on "American Mu
sic." Mrs. Thad Howell will re
view the national magazine.
Mrs. Jesse Messer and daughter,
Lillian, spent the week-end in Val
dese, with relatives.
Shower Given For
Mrs. Robert Sutton
Mrs. r.lenn Wvatt and Mrs.
Lawrence Jones entertained with a
miscellaneous shower and party
on last Friday evening honoring
Mrs. Robert Sutton, the forme?
Miss Kathleen Hyatt.
: Tin affair was mven at the
home of Mrs. Carol Whitner, a
sister or the nonoree.
The Christmas motif was car
ried out in the decorations and 20
guests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rivers, of
Augusta, Ga., announce the birth
of a daughter, Mary Ellen. Mrs.
Rivers was Miss Juanita Massey
before her marriage.
Mrs. Z. L. Massey and son, Mil
ton r snendin? sometime with
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rivers in Au
The Mountaineer Stationery Department Has
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Some smooth finish, while others have the
desirable cockle finish.
Your choice of finishes, in letter or legal size, In
such well known brands
SEAFOAM BOND , GOLD SEAL
BLUE TIP SECOND SHEETS
"Statfonery and Supplies for Office, Home and SchooF
.Can't Harm Dog
"I'm sorry, madame," said the
attendant at the. movie, "but you
can't take that dog into the theatre.".-
"How absurd," protested the wo
man. "What harm can pictures do
a little dog like this?"
The AAA flue-cured tobacco
market-'ng quota for 1943 has been
set at 680,000,000 pounds, .the same
as in 1942, while the burley quota
has been raised 10 per cent to
Furniture Gifts Bring Cheer
V V. Ma
What a wotcomo gift for 'every
member of the family. Several
different patterns of upholstering.
A large variety in a number
of styles. They ,add so much
cheer to any home.
A huge stock,: with all different
style tops, round, square, oblong,
half circle, etc. Beautifully
i . lit
Made -of lovely bronze
and black, including
screen, andirons, poker,
tongs and stand, all for
only . . .
Now In Stock
8-Piece Baking 4 O
Sets .................... i.fcU
11-Piece Baking QC
Sets ........t. 4mm
17-Piece Baking J Crt
A gift she will enjoy getting
this year. So practical and
will add much to any home.
Four covered gl ass storage
dishes for refrigerator, special
for this season, only . . .
Every home can use these practical
Utility tables. From our stock it
is easy to make a selection, and
prices range from
light to your
home this year
lamps ... we
have many ta
ble and floor
yours now. All
We have an unusual
good selection of
furniture items that
are no longer being
manufactured. W e
believe you can find
what you want at
Garrett's, and at
we bought a
and have them
in up rights,
boxed type, in
Price at only
Garrett Furniture Store
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