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Miss Johnston Elected
To Office In State
Miss Margaret Johnston, librar
ian of the Haywood County
Library was elected chairman of
the Public Library section of the
North Carolina Library Association
at the meeting held in Raleigh last
uprk Miss Johnston has been rnn-
I nected with the county library for
the past two years, She came here
from the Public Library in Fay
etteville, where she had served as
librarian for two years.
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Home Club Meets
Listed For Last
Two Weeks May
The schedule of meetings of the
Haywood County Home Demonstra
tion clubs for the last two weeks
in May has been announced as fol
lows by the home agents, Miss
Mary Margaret Smith and Miss
The Maggie club with Mrs. Her
bert Plott on Thursday, May 16th,
at 2:00 o'cliK-k; Crabtree club at
the Crabtree school at 2:00 o'clock
on Friday, May 17th; Hyder Moun
tain club with Mrs. W. C. Kirkpat
rick at 2:00 o'clock on Friday, May
Katcliff Cove club with Mrs.
John Morrow at 2:00 o'clock on
Monday, May 20th; Bethel club
with Mrs. Welch Singleton on Tues
day, May 21st; Cecil club with Mrs.
George Allen at 2:00 o'clock on
Wednesday, May 22nd; West Can
ton club at Patton School on Thurs
day, May 23rd.
Lake Junaluska club- at 2:00
o'clock with Mrs. G. G. Leather-
Miss Sara Queen
Miss Sara Glee Queen, bride
elect, whose marriage to Clifford
Ernest Brown, Jr., will be solem
nized in the early summer, was
honored with an apron shower by
the faculty and lunchroom person
nel of the Clyde school on Friday
I evening. The affair was held in
the school lunch room which was
arranged in the May Day motif.
The gifts were placed on the
ends of the streamers of a minia
ture May Pole which centered the
table. May baskets of spring flow
ers were used extensively about the
room. As the bride-elect opened
the gifts the aprons were niodled
by Mrs. R. C. Cannon, Mrs. Learn
Jarrett and Mrs. Helen Medford.
The May Day feature was also
noted in the refreshments.
The guest list was composed of
the following: Mrs. Hugh Noland,
Mrs. Hugh Haynes, Mrs. Rogers,
Mrs. R. C. Cannon, Mrs. Elmer
Goodson, Mrs. James Kirkpatrick,
Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Arnold Terrell,
Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Ed Brooks, Mrs.
Learn Jarrett, Mrs. Glenn Brown,
Mrs. Helen Medford, Mrs. Ollie
Collins, Miss Sara Long, Miss Jan
ice Smathers, Mrs. Howard Shook,
Miss Margaret Stringfield, Mrs.
Joycie Haynes, and Miss Hatsie
Their Marriage Took Place In Clayton
wood on Friday, May 24th; Clyde
club with Mrs. T. It. Rogers, at
10:30 o'clock Tuesday morning.
May 28th; Jones Cove club with
Mrs. C. W. Ensley at 2:00 o'clock
on Tuesday, May 28th.
MR. AND MRS. FLOYD MEHAFFEY, whose marriage was solem
nized on Saturday, April 20, in Clayton, Ga. The bride before her
marriage was Miss Thelma Burress, daughter of Mrs. Daisy Burress
Hughes. Mi'. MehalTey is I he son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. MehalTey.
Of Asheville To
Latta Clement, of Asheville,
member of the Men's Garden Club
of Asheville, and well known au
thority on gardening in this sec
tion of the state, will be the guest
speaker at the May meeting of the
The meeting is scheduled to take
place at Oak Park on Thursday
evening at 8:00 o'clock instead of
the usual afternoon session.
Mr. Clement will give an illus
trated lecture on gardening which
should prove of benefit to all those
interested in this phase of work.
Mrs. James W. Killian, president,
will preside. A special program of
music will be presented by Mrs.
Cornelia Nixon, chairman of music.
Hostesses of the evening will be
Mrs. J. Harden Howell, Mrs. Troy
Wychc and Mrs. James W. Killian.
Mrs. Homer Henry
To Head Clyde
Mrs Homer Henry has been
elected to serve as president of
the Clyde Woman's Club for (In
coming year. Others who will serve
with Mrs Henry include: vice presi
dent, Mrs. ,1 (' Hay nes; secretary.
Mrs. K. M. Green; treasurer, Mrs.
1). B Medford.
The May meeting of the club
was held on Tuesday afternoon
with Mrs Henry at her home in
Clyde, being the first meeting of
the club year. Plans were made
lor the coming year.
The Hat Shop Has
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To a Larger, More Modern Building
Yisil I s Today and See Our New Things
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The Book Store
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Phone 7.'t Main Street
elk-Hudson Have Many Fine Gifts to Make Her Happy
Gloves for Mother
Stylish fabric gloves . . . cottons, rayons, crochet and
meshes. White, black . . . also lovely pastel colors.
Famous brand Leather gloves, including capeskin,
pigskin, washable doeskin. White, black, brown, navy
$1 to $3.95
ft New Handbag
to make a lasting impression . . .
$2.98 to $7.50
fer a truly smart bag . . . one she'll love to carry.
son has just her type ... in grain leather.
Pstic, straw and novelty fabrics. Black, red,
white and multicolors.
$1.00 to $2.98
Handsome collars, dickies and jabots, so beguilingly femi
nine, and so new looking. Square, round and V-neck style. LoVGly
White, blue, pink.
Luxury Ciil'ls For Mother . . .
48c to $2.98
Jewelry is something she seldom buys lor herself, but
loves to receive. We have a grand choice of earrings,
brooches, lapel pins, bracelets and necklaces in the newest
I MAIN I' LOOK)
she will accept with pleasure . . .
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j Pri"t Handkerchiefs
f Trimmed Handkerchiefs
rlla aiul Chinese Hand-Made Handkerchiefs
Embroidered Lace Trim
A slip that fits smoothly under
fashions. Rayon, prettily trim
med with embroidered lace-trim.
Adjustable shoulder straps . . .
Wears and washes like a charm.
That Any Mother Will
Stripes and Pastels
Long and Short Sleeves
Coat or Slip-ovri ,
Y $2.98 - $6.95
"Home Of Better Values" '
Plaids . . Pastels . . Soliila . . Stripes.
$1.98 - $6.95
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