THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Meet 3:30 Today
The Woman's Auxiliary 01 Hie
Presbyterian church will meet this
iiltcrnoon at the church at 3:30
o'clock. This will be the last meet
im: ot the church year and a full
attcurl.iiK 0 is expected.
Mrs. M . (.; Stamey will uiisidc
"and new officers will be installed
In Hev. M. H Williamson.
Tea will be served following the
luisint'ss meeting with Mrs. George
Craiu in charge.
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WHERE TO GO
Of U. D. C.
Is Held Friday
The March meeting of the Uni
ted Daughters of the Confederacy
was held Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Johu M. Queen with
Mrs. C. K. Kirkpatrick and Miss
Robina Miller as associate host
esses. Mrs. Queen, president, pre
sided. Mrs. W. A Hyatt was in charge
of the program and presented Dan.
ny McClure. of the Waynesvllle
High School, and Gerald Medford,
of the Clyde High school, who
were winners in the declamation
contests sponsored by the U.D.C.
in their schools. Each boy gave
his winning address.
During t lie business session Mrs.
James H lioyd. registrar, an
nounced the registration of two
new members, Mrs. M. C. Green
and Mrs. Floyd Kippetoe.
Mrs. J. H. Howell, custodian of
crosses, reported that she had sent
the necessary blanks to veterans of
World War II so that they might
receive the Confederate medal.
Mrs Giover Davis, district pres
ident, announced that the district
meeting of the U.D.C. would be
held 111 Sylva on May 14 and Mrs.
Hyatl asked the members to com
pete for prizes which will be pre
sented at that time.
The group voted to donate $10.00
to the Bookmobile Fund, and also
, to ask the city oincials to clean
up and improve the lot around the
Confederate marker on the Sul
phur Springs Hoad.
A deiightlul social hour followed
The Civic League will meet to
morrow afternoon at the home of
'tie president. Mrs. R. L. Allen, at
. Tt 0 1 lock
Miss Hester, of Asheville will
address the club and all members
are a-ked in he present.
Mi and Mrs. Paul Davis spent
last 'urk end with friends in Ra-
Mr .,i,d Mrs G. C. Plott had as
suo.-u last week Mr. and Mrs.
i'au! Raione. of Asheville.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Austin
MR. AND MRS. AUSTIN were married on February 14 at
the home of Rev. Jarvis Underwood in East Waynesville.
The bride is the former Miss Lillian Mary Moore, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore of Hazelwood.
Is Bride Of
Miss Lillian Mary Moore, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore, of
; Hazelwood. became the bride of
George Wesley Austin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Austin, of Cusseta,
Ga., in a ceremony whicii took
place at the home of Rev. Jarvis
Underwood in East Waynesville, on
Saturday. February 14.
Only members of the two fam
ilies and a few close friends attend
ed the wedding. e
The bride was attired in a sky
blue suit with black accessories
and her corsage was an orchid.
.Mrs. Austin attended the
Waynesville High School and Mr
Austin attended Cusseta High
School. Mr. Austin is a veteran of
World War II. having served with
the U. S. Air Corps and is now
employed at the Builders Supply
The couple is residing at the
'Manner Crest'' Apartments.
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the Crabtree Meth
j o'.list Charge and the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of th Crabtree
Baptist Church held a joint meet
ing last Thursday at the home of
Mrs. B. F. Nesbitt for a day of
study on the book. "Committed
L'nto Lis." by Willis Lamott.
Speakers for the morning ses
sion were Mrs. M. H. Ferguson
and Mrs. Joe Liner, ol Waynes
ville and the afternoon speakers
were Mrs. Grover Davis. ol
Waynesville. Mrs. W. F. Ferguson
of Crabtree, and Mrs. C. (). New
ell, of Jonathan Creek.
Each society held a short
business session immediately fol
lowing the covered dish luticlii-oii
Thirty women attended the meet
A Court of Awards ;md First
Birthday celebration u as lieid by
The Mountain Laurel Troop of j
Intermediate Girl Scouts i-riday!
night at the home of Mrs. t. C. j
The Court of Awards was con- i
ducted by Mrs. Joe Howell and
Mrs. Dave Cabe. leaders of the
troop, and Mrs. Wagenfeld.
Girls who received their second
class rank were Judy Cabe. Florrie
Patrick, Martha Maye. Linda Sloan.
Lane Prevost, Nancy Francis, Sue
Campbell, Sally Stovall, M area.'
Lantzi Laura Woody, and Betty
Two proficiency badges were also
awarded. Joan RatclilTe received a
Writer's badge and Linda Sloan
received a Swimmer's badge.
Following the award service a
party was held in celebration of
the first anniversary of the or
ganization of the troop. Games
were played and an ice course was
served by Mrs. Wagenfeld. Mrs
Howell and Mrs. Cabe. A birthday
cake holding one candle and decor
ated in Girl Scout colors feani.ed
To Hold Mission
The Woman's Society of Chris
tion Service of the First Methodist
Church of Waynesville will hold
an all-day Mission Study Class to
day, beginning at 10:30 o'clock at
Members are asked to bring a
covered dish or sandwiches for
the luncheon which will be served
in the church dining room.
Rev. R. L. Young, pastor of the
church, will be in charge of the
study and will be assisted by Mrs,
W. K. Chapman and Mrs William
Medford. Mrs. Millard Ferguson
will conduct the devotional.
Immediately following the study
class, a short business meeting of
the Woman's Society wil be held.
Mrs. Owens Is
Mrs. R. E. Owens entertained
the members nf the Jonathan Home
Demonstration Club at the regular
monthly meeting Friday afternoon.
Mrs. F. R. Kennedy prestaea in
the absence of the president.
Th oroeram for the afternoon
included a demonstration on "In
terior Decoration" by Miss Mao
Margaret Smith, home agent, and
the following leader reports: foods,
Mrs. W. T. Rainer, garden, Mrs.
F. H. Kennedy; home management
and home furnishings, Mrs. J. L.
Palmer; home bcautification, Mrs.
Glenn Boyd; clothing, Mrs. Med
ford Leatherwood; crafts, Mrs.
Troy Leatherwood; and family
life, Mrs. Leona Leatherwood.
During the social hour the host
ess served delightful refreshments.
To Be Given For
A bridge party for the benefit of
the Bookmobile Fund will be giv
en at the Town House, Tuesday
night, March 16, at 8 o'clock. The
event will be sponsored by the
Beta Sigma Phi sorority and ad
mission will be 75 cents per per
son. Miss Catherine Jones is in
charge of the event.
;Mrs. Frost To
Have Open House
Mrs. John N. Shoolbred and her
twin sister. Mrs. R. H. Frost will
hold open house to their friends
on Friday, March 19, at the home
of Mrs. Shoolbred on Boundry
Street, in celebration of their birth
I They will be assisted in receiv
ing by Mrs. Walter Taylor, of Bal
timore, Md., and Mrs. R. E. Wood,
daughters of Mrs. Shoolbred, and
I Mrs. Ivey Long, of Raleigh, grand
I daughter of Mrs. Shoolbred. Mrs.
! Taylor arrived yesterday morning
for a two weeks' visit and Mrs.
Wood and Mrs. Long will arrive
Friday of this week.
Mrs. H. C. Lindsley and Miss
Sue Willard Lindsley are leaving
tomorrow for Orlando, Fla., where
they will spend a month as guests
of the former's sister, Mrs. J. B.
Dellwood Club '
Th. rwitwnmi Home Demonstra-
i..k Ttiitrsriav afternoon
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at the home of Mrs. Crews Moody
with Mm. W. D. Ketner, president,
Miss Mary margirev
county home Rent .gave a demons
tration to the group on "Interior
Project leaders gave reports as,
frmrfs Mrs. Frank Henry;
garden, Mrs. Grady Moody; fam-j
ily life, Mrs. Crews wooay; nuuoc
furnishings, homemanagement, and
home beautiflcation, Mrs, W. D.
Ketner; and clothing, Miss Geneva
A delightful social hour followed
Meet Friday At
The Dorcas Bell Love Chapter of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet at the Towne
House Friday afternoon, March 12,
af 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs. Thad
Howell as hostess.
m rharies E. Ouinlan will
have charge of the program for the
romnnn anrl rrD(irt from the
aivti - -
State Conference in High Point
will be given.
Mrs. J., E. Morgan, Mrs. Joe
Liner, and Mrs. Ralph Crawford
are leaving today for Greensboro
to attend a state conference of the
Baptist Woman's Missionary Union
to be held there this week. They
will represent the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the Waynesville
Mrs. Wayne Battle and two
daughters, of Andrews, spent the
week end with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Plott.
Carol Bell Is
Carol Bell was host of a buffet
upper at his home In Grimball
Park- Sunday night honoring his
hlece, Mrs. Charles Beall, of Can
ton. The event marked the birth
day anniversary of the honor guest.
' 'Spring , flowers were used in
decoration of the living and din
The" guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Beall, Mrs. W. F.
Bell, mother of the host, Miss Vic
toria Bell, sister of the host, Mrs.
O. C. Dudley, and Buck Dudley, of
Canton; Hev. ft. G. Tatum, Mrs.
Charles E. ; Qulnlan, Miss Betsy
Lane Quintan, and Boh Woodward,
of , Waynesville; Miss Edith Cal
vin, Miss Gladys Beid, and John
Hunter, of Asheville.
Mrs. Milner Is
Mrs. Bill Milner, recent bride,
was honored at a kitchen shower
igiven by Mrs. Joe Kahr at her
home last Thursday evening.
- The bridal motif was used in
decorations of the home. Refresh
ments featured a two tiered wed
ding cake' which was topped with
a miniature bride and each plate
held a decorative favor.
Mrs. Howard Collins assisted
the hostess in receiving and serv
ing.' ' The guest list included Mrs. Milner,-Mrs.
Collins, Mrs. Marcell
Revls, Mrs. Jim Milner, Mrs. Bud
Blalock, Mrs. J. R. McCracken,
Mrs. John R, Cabe, Mrs. Lawrence
Joties, Miss Violet Matney, Mrs.
Walter Franklin, and Mrs. Hubert
two Darti.. r1
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The human eye changes Us fo
cus by changing the curvature of
its lens. .
The use of paper in the United
States has doubled in the past ten
! Food Sale To
Friday A. M.
A Food Sale will be held at the
Firestone Store. Friday mornin,
beginning at 10 o'clock. The sale
is being sponsored by Circle No.
") of the Woman's Society of the
, Methodist Church and proceeds
will be used to purchase lunches
for underprivileged children in the
! colored school.
j Homemade cakes, pies, cookies,
j and candies will be ofTered (or
I sale to the public.
Green woolen topper.
ly VERA WINSTON
NEW AND DIFFERENT
touches tell the story of the ever
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woolen all decked out with a wide
chawl collar, which is self banded.
Tb slit pockets arc tct into
patches, and the back has a full
flare. This is s nice cost to vesr
' With a matching skirt or a black
skirt or with a slim straight-lined
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