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Club Meets With
The Maggie Home Demonstra
tion club met last Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Jim
Plott with the president, Mrs. Her
bert Plott, presiding.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith, the
county home agent, gave a dem
onstration on "Inierinr Decorat
ing." which she illustrated with
j Leaders made reports as fol
I lows: Foods and home beautifica-
I Upf Iini II 1 t uarn Mr
nun, iiu a. tfiiit tun, b"' , - -
James Grant; poultry, Mrs. Jack
Campbell; house furnishings, Mrs.
Hobert White; home management,
Mrs. Robert Dixon; clothing, Mrs.
Herbert Plott; and crafts, Mrs.
A special guest for the afternoon
was Mrs. Pauline Hotchkiss, the
western district home demonstra
During the social hour the host
ess served a dessert course w it h
Is Elected To
Phi Beta Kappa
Miss Rostmao H e i in a n of
Waynesville has been elevled lo
membership in Woman's t. oiiege
chapter ol Phi Beta Nappa honor
ary scnoiarship sociel, aeeuruing
to an announcement Horn Lireens
boro. Twenty-four memuers ot ihe
senior class were elected 101 the
honor, and one alumna. l)i Mar
gant Castex Sturges ol Philadel
phia. Dr. Frank P. Giah.u.i, preMilcnt
of the University oi North Caro
lina, made the address at the Phi
beta Kappa exercises, congratulat
ing the newly designated member,
and giving a report on the signific
ance of the formation oi the In
donesian Republican lo the future
of democracy and liberty in the
Dr. Ruth M. Collings presided
over the exercises and presented
the name of Dr. Sturges. Dr. Key
L. Barkley read the names of the
initiates, and Chancellor W. C.
Jackson introduced President tira
ham. Miss Herman is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Herman.
R. K. Barber, Sr., has returned
from a three months' business trip
through the Southern States.
Tailored in fine white broadcloth and pop
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SOOTHING THE PAIN OF BEATING
A FRIEND IN NEED, Tommy Joe Matthews, 4, paints his sister's thigh with
soothing medicine after the children were allegedly beaten by their
ii ate father in Los Angeles. The tots were reportedly whipped with a belt
b.x-ause they refused to admit they had eaten some candy. The father,
J:im;s Matthews, 30, a cook, was arrested on suspicion of child beating
after neighbors made a complaint. (International Soundphoto)
Is Hostess Of
Mrs Evertt McElroy was hostess
of two tables ol contract at her
home on the Dcllwood Road last
Mixed arrangements of spring
ilowei s and lighted yellow tapers
were used in decoration, while oth
er appointments were in the Easter
Attn several progressions of
contract the high score prize was
presented to Mrs. Harry Kent, sec
ond high to Mrs Joe Liner, and the
bingo prize of Mrs. Joe Sloan.
Those Play ing were Mrs. Charlie
Woodward. Mrs. Joe Young, Mrs.
Il.iriy Kent. Mrs. Joe Liner, Mrs.
Rudolph ( arswell. Mrs Joe Sloan,
and Mrs. Harry l.antz.
Mrs. Sebe llryson and Miss Dor
othy Martin were hostesses of a
luncheon given at the Towne
House on Saturday, honoring Miss
Margaret Corbin, whose marriage
to Sam farmer, of West Jefferson
will take place Saturday afternoon
at the Presbyterian church.
The luncheon table was cen
tered with an arrangement of jon
quils and peach blossoms and each
guest was presented a shoulder
corsage Miss Corbin was also
presented with an electric clock
by the hostesses.
The guest list included Miss Cor
bin. Mrs. Henry Foy, Miss Edna
Morrow. Miss Alta Pender, Miss
Bernice Harriell. Mrs. Howard
Clapp, Mrs L. M Richeson, Miss
Dorothy Richeson. Mrs. James
Leatherwood and Miss Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith have
returned from Baltimore where
they visited Mrs. Smith's father,
who is ill.
We Wire Flowers Anywhere
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Phone 530-W Next to Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green en
tertained with a farewell party at:
their home Friday, honoring Mr. '
and Mrs. T. E. Blalock. Mr. Bla
lock, who has re-enlisted in the
Army Air Corps, left Saturday to!
report to the Tampa Air Base and!
Mrs Blalock will join him there!
Vases of forsythia, spirea and!
japonica were used in decoration
of the rooms and party appoint-!
ments were in the Easter motif. I
Various card games were played
after which the hostess served a
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. Blalock, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mil
ner, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCrack
en. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kahr. Mrs.
John L. McConnell, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe E. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Ned
Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul McEl
roy, Miss Elsie Donovan, and Capt.
Rex. G. Combes.
Dance To Be
Held Monday P.M.
A benefit Square dance, spon
sored by the Haywood Chapter of
the United Daughters of the Con
federacy, will be held next Mon
day night. March 29. beginning at
8:30 o'clock. Proceeds will go to the
Zeno Wall will serve as master
of ceremonies for the event and
Sam Queen will call the numbers
and also give exhibition dances.
Music will be furnished by a well
known string band.
Mrs. John M. Queen, Sr., is
president of the sponsoring organ
ization and Mrs. C. F. Kirkpalrick
is in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Frost Have
N. Shoolbred and
Frost held open
house at the home of Mrs. Shool
bred Friday afternoon and Friday
evening. The event marked the
eighty-second birthday anniversary
of the hostesses, who are twin sis
ters. Assisting in receiving were Mrs.
Walter Taylor, of Baltimore, and
Mrs. R. E. Wood, daughters of
Mrs. Shoolbred, and Mrs. William
ivey Long, of Raleigh, granddaugh
ter of Mrs. Shoolbred.
The residence was decorated
throughout with vases of spring
flowers and potted plants which
were gifts of friends.
In the dining room the table was
covered with a lace cloth and cen
tered with an arrangement of yel
low and white flowers flanked by
yellow candles in silver holders.
The table also held twin birthday
Presiding and assisting in the
dini'i, room were Mrs. Rofrert
Stretcher, Mrs. Roy Francis, Mrs.
Francis Massie, and Mrs. Cleveland
Guests were entertained both in
the afternoon and evening with
piano selections played by Miss
Around seventy-five friends call
ed to extend congratulations to
Mrs. Shoolbred and Mrs. Frost.
Mrs. Shoolbred is the former
Miss Molly Toncray and Mrs. Frost
is the former Miss Rachel Toncray,
twin daughters of Col. and Mrs.
Charles Toncray, of Elizabethton,
Tenn. Mrs. Shoolbred has been
residing in Waynesville for the
past forty years, having come here
with her husband, the late Mr.
Shoolbred from Elizabethton. She
is a charter member of the Waynes
ville Woman's club, a member of
the Dorcas Bell Love chapter of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution, and an active member
of Grace Episcopal church. She
has also been active in the social
life of the town.
Mrs. Frost, who made her home
in Elizabethton following her mar
riage, has been residing here with
her sister since the death of her
husband a few years ago. She is
also active in social and religious
affairs in her home town.
Of Music Club
The March meeting of the
j Waynesville Music Club which
: was scheduled for' next Friday,
March 26, has been postponed a
week since the date falls on Good
The meeting will be held Friday,
April 2, at the home of Mrs. Hugh
Love at 8 p.m. and a program on
American Music will be presented.
Food Sale To
Be Held Next
Saturday A. M.
The Rector's Guild of Grace
Episcopal Church will sponsor a
food sale on Saturday, March 27,
at the Building and Loan Office,
beginning at 10 a.m.
Cakes, pies, and Easter eggs
will be offered for sale.
What is Easter Sunday
without flowers. Select
her favorites. We'll ar
range a gorgeous cor
sage. Buy her a lovely
plant of fresh, bountiful
Easter lilies; we'll c(e
liver it on time!
We Will Appreciate Your Easter
By MARGARET JOHNSTON
Every so often someone gives
us an unusual gift and it adds to
our Library's resources. For in
stance, just this past week we re
ceived from Mrs. A. G. Stack
house in Montgomery, Alabama, a
beautiful set of historical pictures
to be used on our Bookmobile for
They are called "Pageant of a
Nation" by J. L. G. Ferris, master
painter of scenes from American
history. They are excellent for use
in the classroom for each of the
forty pictures comes in an envel
ope and each one has the following
information historical application,
references, questions about the
event, character application, some
suggestions for special uses of this
. Here are a few of the titles;
The Eve of Discovery, 1492.
Hudson, the Dreamer, 16U9.
The Anthem America, 1610.
The Mayflower Compact, 162U.
The First Thanksgiving, 1621.
Landing of Wm. Penn, 16B2.
Franklin's Bookshop, 1745.
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