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Hugh Sloans Are
Hosts Of Series
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sloan, Sr.,
were hosts on three occasions last
week when they entertained with
dinner parties at their home,
"Blink Bonnie." These affairs be
gan a series of parties to be given
by the Sloans.
Late summer flowers in mixed
arraiigemnels decorated the living
rooms and also the dining tables
on each occasion.
On Tuesday evening the guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Buchanan,
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Moore, Mr.
and Mrs. Phelps Brooks, Mrs. Lu
cille Foy, Miss Ponder, Miss Mar
garet Perry, Miss Marie Plott, Mrs.
Homer Plott, and Miss Josephine
Wednesday evening those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Bowles, Florence Ann Bowies, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Massie. Mr. and
Mrs. Jonathan Woody, Laura and
Stephen Woody, Mr. and Mrs. Ruf
us Siler. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Attending a party Thursday
evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Walsan, Mrs. M. G.1 Stanley. Miss
Nancy Killian, Mrs. Woodson
Jones, Mrs. L. M. Richeson
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Jeff Reece Is
Host Of Week
End House Party
Jeff Reece entertained a num
ber of his young friends with a
week-end house party at the sum
mer camp of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Reece, on the Pigeon
road. Mr. and Mrs. Reece accom
panied the group and assisted the
young host in entertaining.
Hikes, swimming and o"are
dancing featured two days of
Attending the party were Laura
Woody, Lane Prevost, Elizabeth
Watkins, Linda Sloan, Sally Stovall,
Martha Maye, Robert Massie,
Charles Messer, Stanford Massie.
Charles Bridges, David Felmet and
Evans, of Pittston, Pa., Mrs. Cor
nelia Nixon. Mrs. Nora Atkins,
Miss Alice Quinlan. Miss Lois Har
rold. Miss Margaret Terrell, and
Another event at which the
Sloans were hosts was given previ
ously and guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Bradley and Miss Jean
Anne Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Messer. Miss Jackie Sue Messer,
Charles Messer. and Mr. and Mrs.
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MISS EULA DEE GLANCE,
whose engagement to James West
brook Ackerly, of Hampton, Vir
ginia, has been announced by her
mother, Mrs. W. A. Fender, ol
Marion. Miss Glance is a forme!
resident of Crabtree.
Mr. and Mrs. Fish
Are Honored On
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moseman and
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins were
hosts of an open house and misecl
laneoiis shower at the home of the
Moscmans on last Wednesday eve
ning. honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liani Fish, who were recently inar-
iecl. Mr. Fish is the son of Mrs.
Hoses and gladiolus in pastel
shades were used in decoration of
the living rooms.
Guests were greeted upon ar-
ival by the hosts and directed to
the gift room where Mrs. Eli Mc
In the dining room bridal ices
in shape of lilies were served by
Mrs. Leo liuckner. Jr.. Mrs. Leo
Buckner. Sr., and Miss Olive Jane
Green The central table was cov
ered with a lace cloth and centered
with' a crystal bowl of pink and
white rose buds and baby's breath.
The punch bowl was placed at one
end of the table.
Mrs. Hartman Farmer kept the
bride s register and Misses Luella
Hall and Ann Farmer conducted
the guests to the new home of the
bride and groom, which is near
About seventy-five guests called i
(luring the evening including Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Fish, of Clyde,
grandparents of Mr. Fish.
Maggie Club Has
Mrs. Jim Plott
The Maggie Home Demonstra
tion club met on last Thursday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Jim
Plott. Mrs. Jack Campbell, vice
The demonstration was given by
Miss Mary Margaret Smith, coun
ty home agent and members made
plans for the 1948 program.
Leader reports were given as
follows: Garden. Mrs. C. L. White:
toods. Mrs. Jim Plott; poultry
Mrs. Jack Campbell; home
agement and house furnishings,
Mrs. Dave Plott: clothing, Mrs. W.
Motes, of Florida; and crafts, Mrs.
C. F. Owens, Sr.
The hostess served an ice course
during the social hour.
Music Club Will
Hold First Fall
The initial meetip- of the
Waynesville Music Clib for this
fall will be held Friday evening
at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Frieda
Knopf as hostess at her home on
Pigeon Street. Mrs.' John P. Tay
lor, president, will preside.
Mrs. J. C. Patrick was hostess of
i miscellaneous shower on Friday
svening at her home on the Ashe
v'ille Road, honoring Mrs. George
Patrick, a recent bride.
Mixed flowers in a variety of
olors were used in decoration of
he home. '
Games and contests were played
during the evening and prize win
ners wei;e Miss Winnie Kirkpatrick
ind Mrs. John Nesbitt.
The main feature of the enter
tainment was a treasure hunt
.vhich was won by Mrs. Douglas
Moore. Her prize was a miniature
?hest in which was a map direct
ing the finder to other treasures.
t the end of the search the honor
,uest found a chest containing the
An ice course was served by the
lostess assisted by Mrs. J. C. Pat
rick, Sr., and Miss Florrie Pat
ick. Invited guests included the
iuest of honor and Miss Evelyn
Siler, Mrs. Shirley Connatser, Miss
Irma Patterson, Mrs. Harriet Web-
ter. Misses Lou Belle and Mar
garet Boyd, Miss Winnie Kirkpat-
ick, Mrs. Bernice Howell, Mrs.
Sally Russell, Mrs. Henry Foy,
Mrs. Hugh Massie, Miss Vena
Blanton, Miss Eula Patterson, Mrs.
Don Cogdill, Mrs. Ernest Duvall,
Mrs. John Nesbitt, Mrs. Douglas
Moore, Misses Margaret and Lil
lian Burgin, and Mrs. Elmer Good
son, of Clyde.
A number of members of the
Waynesville Woman's Club attend
ed the meeting of Federated Clubs
of the First State District, which
was held at the Presbyterian
Church in Bryson City on Satur
day. Mrs. T. A. Case, of Murphy, dis
trict president, presided.
The main feature of the program
was an address by the state presi
dent, Mrs. James A. Gupton, on the
subject, "United for Peace".
Mrs. R. N. Barber, Mrs. J. N.
Shoolbred, and Mrs. W. T. Craw
ford, charter members of the
Waynesville club were recognized
and made short talks.
Of further interest was the reso
lution which was adoDteri that
ach club member in the state be
responsible for $1.00 for the State
Headquarters fund for headquar
ters building in Raleigh.
Attending the meeting from
Wanyesville were Mrs. Charles
Ray, president of the Waynesville
club, Mrs. James R. Boyd, Mrs. R,
N. Barber. Mrs John N Shnr.1.
bred, Mrs. W. T. Crawford. Mrs.
Cornelia Nixon, and Mrs. Noble
the next district meeting will
be held in Murphy.
Miss Clara Miller
Is Bride Of
R. P. Phillips
,Mr. and Mrs. John H. Miller, of
5 May street, Canton, have an
nounced the marriage of their
(laughter, Miss Clara L
. r. piniiips, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. P. Phillips, of Candler.
me weaaing was solemnized at
the Calvary Baptist parsonage on
September 13 at 8 o'clock with the
pastor, Rev. Edgar G. Stephens
officiating in the double ring cere
The bride wore a Darlaine suit
of brown with green accessories
and a corsage of yellow carnations.
Miss Blanche Miller, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor and only
Mrs. Phillips is a graduate of
Canton high school, B. T. S. and
College, Sevierville, Tenn., and
attended Blanton's Business col
lege. She now holds a position
with the Garrett funeral home.
Mr. Phillips is a graduate of
Candler high school and served two
years in the Navy in World War II.
He is now employed at the Ameri
can Enka Corporation.
The couple is residing in Canton.
Baptist Class To
Meet On Friday
The Friendship Class of the First
Baptist church will hold their reg
ular monthly business and social
meeting Friday at 7:30, at the
home of Mrs. Ernest Edwards on
Boundary street. Mrs. R. L. Wil
son, Sr., and Mrs. J. C. Galusha
are co-hostesses for the meeting.
Baptist Boys Group
To Meet Friday
The junior Royal Ambassadors
will meet at the First Baptist
church for a business and outdoor
supper on Thursday at 3:30. Mrs.
Liner is counselor of the or
MAD AS A BEAVER
i ROUNDUP, Mont. (P) "Eag
er" isn't word "Red" Evans has for
a beaver since he parked his auto
mobile and returned to find that a
beaver-felled tree had caved In
the car top.
Varied Program Given On
Thursday By Woman's Club
A musical program by Bronson
Matney and a report on the trip
taken by Mrs. W. T. Crawford and
her granddaughter, Ann Coman
Crawford, highlighted the first
meeting of the Woman's club at
Oak Park Thursday.
Mr. Matney sang a group of five
numbers, including Schubert's
"Serenade" and "My Heart At Thy
Sweet Voice" from Samson and
Delilah. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Fred Martin at the piano.
Ann Coman Crawford gave the
itinerary she and her grandmother
followed in going to the Baptist
World Alliance meeting in Copen
hagen , Denmark, this summer.
Mrs. Crawford then told of some of
her impressions on the trip and
passed around many fine snapshots
taken by her granddaughter.
During the business session Mrs.
J. W. Killian reported on the con
tinued fine work being done by the
Youth Club and stated that $171.60
was raised by the benefit ball game
played between the Lions and Ro
tary. A check for $66.50, proceeds of
the silver tea given by the Wom
an's Club in August, was presented
Miss Margaret Johnston for the
public library. The club decided
to ask Miss Johnston to purchase
books for young people with the
Mrs. J. R. Boyd gave out the
yearbooks to members. The year
book this year includes the newly
revised constitution and by-laws of
the club, adopted during the past
club year. This is the first revi
sion since 1925.
New Projects for the current
year will be procuring additional I
serving equipment for the club
and the inclusion of a current
events report at each meeting, the
Of Canton Is
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Medford, of
Canton have announced the en
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Martha Lorena Medford, to Wal
ter Page Dixon, son of Mrs. Olin
Lamar Dixon, of Americus, Geor
gia. The wedding will take place in
the early fall
ENTERS JOHNS HOPKINS
Humes H. Hart, son of Mrs.
Humes H. W. Hart, has entered
Johns Hopkins university in Bal-
umiuic as a juuiui in me college ,
of engineering and business admin-
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Of O. E. S.
At the meeting last Thursday,
the Waynesville Chapter No. 165
O.E.S was honored with a visit
from Mrs. Anna P. Shipman, Dis
trict Deputy Grand Matron and
Mrs''. Arabella Houston, Grand
Marshall of the Grand Chapter of
North Carolina, Order of the East
The Degrees of the Order were
conferred on Mrs. Willie West,
Mrs. Hendricks, and Mr. E. A.
Among the out of town visitors
! were members of Clyde Chapter,
188, and Sonoma Chapter, and vis
iting members of the Order from
Florida. At the close of the meet
ing, refreshments were served.
Home Club Meets
An informal meeting of the
Crabtree-Hyder Mountain Home
Demonstration Club was held at
the Crabtree school on Friday aft
ernoon. Plans were discussed for the
program for 1948 and Miss Mary
Margaret Smith gave the demon
stration, "Sewing Center Helpful
Equipment, Conveniently Ar
ranged." The following reports were giv-
en by the project leaders: Crafts,
Mrs. Hugh Noland, house manage
ment and clothing, Mrs. Ida Dol
son; house furnishings, Mrs. V. H.
Davis; garden, Mrs. Lowery Fer
guson, and poultry, Mrs. Clinton
Of O. E. S.
Will Meet Thurs.
The Officers Club oi Waynesville
Chapter No. 165, O.E.S., will meet
in the Masonic rooms over the j
First National Bank Building.
Thursday night, Sept. 25, at 7:30
o'clock. The Worthy Matron. Mrs.
Marion Livingstone, urges all Of
ficers and Associate Officers to
Important business items will be
discussed and plans made for the
Chapter Birthday Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Rov Moseman left
oaiuruay tor a two weeKs vacation
trip to Blue Field, West Virginia
and Stonega, Virginia.
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Miss Joan Pettit
Mrs. Stella A. Pettit, of
nesviue ana mount vernon, N. Y
has announced the engagement of
her daughter, Miss Joan Pettit, to
James R. Williams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Williams, of Lockport, N. Y
Plans are being made for an ear
ly fall wedding in "The Little
Church Around the Corner" ii,
New York City.
Hazelwood P.-T. A.
Will Meet Tonight
The Hazelwood Parent-Teacher
Association will hold its initial fall
meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock at
the school auditorium.
A special invitation is extended
ot all new members to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn
and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gwvn
spent fast week end in Mount Airy j
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. o. '
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Price, of
Carloleen spent last week end here
as guests of (he hitter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Palmer.
Zeb Alley has gone to Chapel
Hill wheue he has entered the Uni
versity of North Carolina.
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