TUESDAY, MABCH 28, U
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
WjU. has spent
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F li'i'i"- li" Salurday
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t u niKiin. nl Uronson,
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,,i ii iiinilui'. Mrs. J.
X WITH THE BEAUTIFUL FIT
Mrs. Hugh Sloan, Sr., returned
Sunday from Richmond, Va., whei c
she has spent the past two weeks.
She went to Richmond to accom
pany her husband who underwent
an operation at at. tmabeth s Hos
Bill Miller, who is a student at
the University of Georgia has ar
rived to spend the spring holidays
at his home here.
Mrs. Dora Haines, of Washing
ton, D. C, who was one of the
speakers at the Appliance Show
here last week, was a guest Friday
and Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Barr. Mrs. Haines is a sister-in-law
of Mrs. Barr.
Leo Feichter and sons, Ralph
and Rex Feichter, left Monday to
visit friends in Glenville and Chi
Whether you're skimming along o school or shopping at
the corner store, there's o place in' your life for
these wedgies by Noturolizer. Fine footing
. . . fine fashion for oil ages.
"Better Brands Mean Better Buys"
Flowers By Wire - Anywhere
LYDE RAY 'S
Mrs H P. Halliday. of Birming
ham, Mich., arrived Saturday for
a visit to her sister, Mrs. John
Taylor, and Mr. Taylor.
Mrs. James R. Thomas has re
turned home after an extended
visit to her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs John Hodges, at
their home in Johnson City, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Killian, Jr.,
have returned from a visit to Ra
leigh and Newport News. In Ra
leigh Mr. Killian attended the
North Carolina Ice Association
The Rev. Robert Tatum has re
turned to his home from Johnson
City, Tenn , where he spent some
time at the Veterans' Hospital.
Mrs. Harold Tingen and two
small daughters of Kuquay Springs
arrived Friday for a visit to the
former s parents, Mr. and Mrs L.
M. Killian, Sr.
Mrs. Lane Is
Mrs. Raymond C. Lane, of Lake
Junaluska was tne gut-sl speaker
tor the March meeting 01 the
Waynesville Wunian's Club which
was held at OaK iJaik last lliurs
Mrs. Lane nas recently returned
alter a year spent in Ueriuany with
her husband, Lt. Col. Lane, who
was attached lo the occupation
torces. Airs. Lane spoke (it her ex
periences Willi the (jeimaii people,
especially the children, anu lulu
how the peopie leal net! Ueniocrae;
by contact wtli the iaiiulies ol
Other guests on the program
were Miss liettc Hannah, pianist,
and Miss Moselle Liner, solui.M,
students ot Hie Waynesville High
School, who presented the selec
tions which tiny gave in t no Stale
Music contest lieid in Asheville
taot week end. Miss Liner san.
"All, Mr. Piper," accompanied by
Miss Hannah, and Miss Hannah
plaed numbers by Bach and Bee-thovt-ii
and a modern number,,
The Clog Dance".
Mrs. I-rank knisey was elected
president tor the coining club ear
and other oll'ieers eleeled at tin
lime were; .Mrs. Carl Muiuh, Jiul
vice president; Mrs. l.iuuond
I. raid, ;(rd vice pre.sidenl; and .Mrs.
C. 1(. ik kholl, col I Cipondmg secre
tary. Other ulliceis ol tlie ehih
who will continue In sei'e arc Mrs.
J. H lio.wl, 1st vice president, Mis,
Stanley Hrading. recording secre
tary, and Mrs. Noble Garertt. treas
urer. A report showed that the club
owns liowi umenl bonds with a
1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( value (il i'.i.dO and the
ineinbeis voted to oliiain a luck box
at the 1-irst Nalinnal Hank to nuld
Ihc bonds and permanent refolds
ol the club.
Hostesses for the meeting were
Mrs. Clover i)ais. Mis. fnum
ferguson, and Mis. 'f. Lemur
Mr. and Mrs. Jon
entertained at their
;il hail Wond.v
home on Ihc
Country Club Drive I
conceit of the North
tie Symphony Ore lies
of Ur, Jieiijamin Sw
o( the Orcheslra, and
tra, in honoi
il in, director
Ihe guests include
(1 friends of
of Dr. and Mrs. Swal
in and mi'in
hers of the symphony
Oscar Phillips Is
Speaker For 4-H Club
Oscar Phillips, western district
4-H el uh leader, was sneaker for
the regular nieeling of the .lunior
4-II Club of the Waynesville high
school last Thursday morning. Mr.
Phillips discussed building 4-11
clubs and the duties of club mem
bers. Miss Palsy lilaloek. president,
presided during the business ses
Ed Mason, ol Herkimer. N. Y,,
arrived Sunday to spend a week
with Mr. and Mrs. l-'rank Miller
at their home on the Countrv Club
Mr. and Mrs. Kverclt MeLlrin
had as their guesls last week end
Mr. and Mrs. Cus Diibux, of Mo
bile. Ala. Mr. I minis is superin
tendent of (be Mobile Paper Mills.
Don't Sulfrr Another Minute
Irp nn Inrnnnfij with il clung of erzrmil
smi i.i Msln's, r-uigh rMn1' or fm-v, nth
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WU- i..!'f in tliP folks hack Imina. White,
irrrtsfU'Ss, ;nit ii pl jr. 'omLitiH M:fttfhl. HlrV
f-ir luiiifs ur 'Itil.in-n. A rwittie von rarwioi
iMrKH, VH'TMKY OINTMENT Hie Nnent
I;irs iinrl Tiihrs. SoM in Waynesville bj
ihith'n Drug Store.
"$f AS ft YOffP
More Talent Than
Ever Required In
By PATRICIA CLARY
United Press Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (UP) Once upon
a lime, all an actor had to do was
look beautiful. Now movies are
getting so complex he not only has
lo look good and sound good but
to be a fiction writer as well.
When movies were silent, looks
were all that counted. Came the
talkies, and more heads rolled in
the Vine St. gutter than rolled in
the French Revolution when stars
discovered that when they opened
their beautilul laces it sounded
like grinding gears.
As the competition got oliffcr in
the late '30s, actors went to worlt
on athletics to achieve physical
And now a drama coach is tell
ing stars they'll have to master the
'rudiments of liction writing if
they want to keep out in front.
Miss Eda Edson, Republic coach,
highly recommends that her
charges write a complete case his-
1 tury of the character they are
playing before they go in front of
( Wants to Write Book
"A star ought to know every
little .detail about the antecedents,
personality, idiocyncrasies and
nabils so they can improvise on
I he person I hey are playing," Miss
j Edson said.
Adrian Uooth has gone so far
I on the personality she plays in
"The (Jallant Legion" that she real
ly wants to write a book about her.
( The girl is named Connie Faulk
ner and is described in the scenario
as "a lovely news correspondent, a
; self-sufficient and purposeful girl
who takes on a mans job without
asking for any special concessions
; because of her sex."
Miss Booth's fictional story about
; l onnie even gives tier parents'
names. She went deep inlo Texas
history in post Civil War days, Ihe
tune of the picture, and found an
authentic school for Connie to at
lend the Convent of Our Lady
of the Lake in San Antonio.
Use Want ads for quick sales.
MASSIE'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Names That Mean
Style and Quality
MEAN BETTER BUYS
Mrs. John Taylor entertained
with a breakfast Sunday morning
at The Lodge, honoring her sis
ter, Mrs. H. Pi Halliday, of Birm
ingham, Mich., who is her guest.
The long table at which the
guests were seated was decorated
with vases of mixed spring llowers
The guest list included Mrs. Hal
liday, Mrs. Aaron Prevost, Mrs.
Nora Swift Atkins, Mrs. William
Hannah, Mrs. Hugh Love, Mrs. J.
F. Abel, Mrs. William 1. Lee, Miss
Lois Harold, Miss Margaret Johns
ton, Mrs. John Smathers, Jr., Mrs.
Harry Shussler, Mrs. A. H. Du-Bi-uil.
Mrs. Paul Hyatt, Mrs. T.
Lenoir Gwyn, Mrs. Roy Campbell,
Dr. Mary Michal, Mi&s Alice Gjuin
lan, Miss Belsy Lane Quinlan, and
Mrs. Clyde Ray, Jr.
New Bulletin On Dahlia
Growing Is Offered
The gardener who chooses a
suitable variety of dahlias and gives
them a little extra care during the
growing season can have success
with them in any part of the state,
says Robert Schmidt, associate
professor of Horticulture at State
Mr. Schmidt is author of the
bulletin. Dahlias for the Garden."
which has recently been revised
and is now ready for distribution
by the State College Extension
A moderately cool season with
sufficient rainfall is most desirable
for dahlia culture, the bulletin
states. The mountain section of
North Carolina is well suited for
the purpose, but dahlia growing in
the piedmont nd coastal sectiotis
is more difficult because these
areas often have hot, dry summers.
Answers to many questions of
the dahlia fancier may be found
in the new 12-page publication,
which may be obtained free by ad
dressing a request for Circular No.
230, "Dahlias for the Garden," t
Agricultural Editor, State College
GREAT - GBANDMOTHEB RIDES
JACKSON, Wyo. (UP) To 77
year-old Mrs. Anna Maxwell of
Seattle a rocking chair probably
will seem pretty tame hereafter.
The white-haired great grand
mother recently took a breath
taking ride to the top of Snow King
Mountain in a chair ski lift.
POST FULL OF BACHELORS
OSCEOLA MILLS, Pa. (UP) A
check of the membership of the
local Veterans of Foreign Wars
post showed only 39 of the 202
members are married.
Crystal chandeliers, still in use
today, were ornaments in the court
of Louis XIV of France.
FOR SALE One acre land and 5
room house, on Lake Chatagee,
six miles east of Hayesville. See
Ed Patterson, Jr. at Auto In
spection Lane. Mar 23
KOlt SALE Cut flowers, corsages,
artificial wreathu, Easter lilies,
potted plants, mixed boxes, pan
sies. Waynesville Florist and
Garden Shop. Phone 530-W. Next
to Hospital. Mar. 23-26
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our appreci
ation to our many friends and rela
tives during the illness and death
of my husband and our father.
Mrs. G. C. Chambers
from common colds
That Hang On
cause it goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and exoel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw. tender. In.
AAMJMU UIUUUJIJM UtUCUUI 111 C Hi
branes. Tell your druggist to sell yott
a bottle of Creomulslon with the un
derstanding you must like the way It
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
Gracious figure flattering
Spring Fashions await you
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Denash of
Chicago haye leased an apartment'.,
on Boundary street, and will make N
Waynesville their permanent home.. (
After traveling over several states1,
in search of an ideal future home, ;
they selected Waynesville.
New summer collection o f
Dresses and Blouses on display
today through Saturday of this
week at the home of Jacque
Coin, North Main Street.
Will Your Screens i
Last This Season?
Don't look . . . just call 215 .. .
The PROTEX WEATHERSTRIP 1
AND SCREEN CO. representative
will be tlad to check your screens
for you. If new screens are needed.
The PROTEX WEATHERSTRIP
AND SCREEN .CO. handle the
famous WATSON ALL METAL
SCREEN, a screen that will last a
lifetime. So call 215 for an estim
ate without obligation.
Springtime is house cleaning time.
. . . Let PROTEX WEATHER
STRIP AND SCREEN CO. com
pletely weather protect your house
before you start your Spring house
cleaning duties. They handle an
all metal wealherstrlpplng that
will not rust or corrode. For a com
plete Job installed and inspected
by skilled mechanics call the PRO
TEX WEATHERSTRIP AND
SCREEN CO. For screen and
weather protection needs contact
PROTEX WEATHERSTRIP AND
SCREEN CO., HI College Street,
Asheville, N. C. Ben Mayfield will
be happy to discuss these problems
AND SCREEN CO,
Asheville, N. C.
143 College St. Phone 21S