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IETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES
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To Have Harvest
The Hiinunl Harvest Day Dinner
of the Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the First Methodist
Church will be held in the church
dining room tonight at 6:30 o'clock.
Mrs Bonner Ray, president of
the Society, will preside and a
Christmas program will be pre
sented by Mrs. C. N. Clark.
Members of all circles are ex
pected to attend the dinner and
bring a covered dish.
who are newcomers to Waynesville
The residence was decorated
throughout in the Christmas mo
Guests were greeted upon airiv
al by Mrs. James Atkins. Jr., presi
dent of the Guild, and Mrs. Siler.
Mrs. W. L. McCracken and Mrs.
Bill Chambers presided at the tea
table which was covered with a
lace cloth and centered with
bowl of red carnatoins flanked by
red tapers in silver holders.
Others assisting were Mrs. Har
ry Whisenhunt and Mrs. Fred
Around thirty-five guests called
during the designated hours.
T 1 fj L . camels
!KS ) J ARESOmiLSl
Make the Camel 30-day test! When hundreds of mtn
and women recently, from coast to coast, smoked Camels
exclusively for JO days in a similar test, noted throat
specialists who examined the throats of these smokers
every week -a total of 2470 examinations-reported
NO THROAT IRIMTATION dua te smeln CAMELS
(VANISHING BOOK -
I copies of a Vanishing Book, "The Annals of
mnty" FOR SALE NOW at $3.50 each. Can be
-He next 10 days at the Book Store or from the
at $3.50 per copy. After December 20, the price
need to $5.00 each. Only CO copies are now left,
; Christmas gift.
QUICK OR YOU'LL NOT GET ONE.
W. C. ALLEN
WAYNESVILLE. N. C.
2:00 - 4:00 - 8:30
WED. - THUR, DEC. 15 - 16TH
Lancaster - Yvonne De Carlo
Is Held At
A Christmas program was
sented by Mrs Frank Kinsey at the
December meeting of the Dorcas
Bell Love Chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
w hich was held al Windover ". the j
home of Mrs James Harden How
ell. Sr.. on last Friday afl
Mrs. James 11. Howell, Jr.. was as
sociate hostess for the meeting.
Mrs. Kinsey discussed the ori
gin of several Christmas carol and
Christmas legends. She then Intro
duced her son. Bob Harry, a mem
ber of the Waynesville High School
Chorus, who presented three other
members of the chorus: Donald
Matney, Earl Hoglan. and Don
Whisenhunt. The quarter!, accom
panied by Miss Mary Ann Massie.
sang a group of Christmas carols
including. "Joy to the World," "We
Three Kings," and "Silent Night."
Mr. Matney also sang a solo,
"White Christmas ".
Mrs. Hugh Jolly read the Christ
mas message from the president
general in the D.A.R. magazine.
Mrs. James R. Boyd, vice-regent,
presided during the business ses
sion al which time reports were
made by committee chairmen.
Miss Mary Ann Massie, who has
been selected to represent the
chapter and the Waynesville High
School in the annual Good Citizen
ship Pilgrimage Contest, was a spe
cial guest and was introduced by
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn. Mrs. Gwyn
congratulated Miss Massif on her
outstanding record during her
years in high school and expressed
the pleasure of the chapter In spon
soring her for the contest.
Miss Ida Penny, chairman of ap
proved schools, reported a box,
valued at $30.00. had been sent to
Crossnore; and Mrs. K. L. Prevost.
chairman of Ellis Island, reported
a box of yarn was ready for ship
ment. Mrs. Howell. Sr.. chairman of
Indian work, reported that she had
made a visit to Cherokee School
accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Boyd
and had taken 240 magazines from
The members decided to donate
Christmas gifts for Moore General
Hospital and it was noted that
games, cards, stationery, and randy
were among the items most enjoy
ed by the patients. The gifts are to
be left al the home of Mrs. Gwyn
within the next few days.
Following the meeting the host
esses entertained with a -tea for
members of the chapter and a
number of additional guests.
The residence was decorated
throughout with Christinas green
ery and candles. The tea table at
which Mrs. L. M. Killian, Sr.. and
Mrs. Boyd presided, was covered
with a lace cloth and centered with
an arrangement of holly and red
tapers in silver holders.
Those invited for tea included
Mrs Hugh Massie, Miss Mary Ann
Massie. Mrs. Raymond Lane. Miss I
Nancy Killian, Mrs. Frank Smath
ers, Mrs. Douglas Grant. Mrs. Boyd
Owen, Mrs. Clayton Walker, Mrs.
Paul Thrower. Mrs. Noble Garrett,
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E. J. LILIUS
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
GLAMOR AT HOME
Aprons and Smocks Do The Trick
By DOROTHY ROE
Associated Tic's Fa:.hion Kdilor
Nuw is the time Lq consider your clothes budget. Those
expensi? new dresses will lust longer and look better if
von protect them with some of the '.ay new aprons and
smocks available today. Some are so smartly styled that
they actually add to the effectiveness of an at-home outfit.
For a few dollars you can have three all-round changes in
cover-up garments-a utility apron for the kitchen, a frilly
one for bridge or cocktail parties, and a smock-coat for go
ing to the market, studying or lounging around the house.
Pictured here are new designs bv Frances Peck.
THRIFTY LOUNGE ATTIRE
or housewife in a smart rayon print, budget-priced.
PARTY APRONS . . . Left, washable
glazed chinti with ruffled edye. Right,
lace-trimmed balloon cloth trifle.
Is Engaged To
Frank Kennedy, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A Hetrick
of Raleigh and Philadelphia have
announced the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Anne Biein.inn Het
rick. to Frank Ham.sey Kennedy.
Jr., wm of Mr. and Mrs frank
Hainsey Kennedy of Waynesville
The wedding will lake plar i
Mrs. Noble Garrett. Jr.. Mrs.
Herberl Braren, Mrs Bonner Hay.
Mrs J. II Way, Jr.. Misses Hay and
Louise Ballard. Mrs. Lulz. Mrs.
Rufus Siler, Miss Nannetle .loin s,
Mrs. E. L. Withers, Mrs. Harwell
Boyd, Mrs. C. J. Recce, Mrs. W. K.
Chapman. Mrs. Richard Barber.
Jr., and her mother. Mrs. W. W.
Norriian of Griffin. (Ja.
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CIRCULATES this extra warmth
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Proved in cabins and homes all
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The Heat llator is Sjfteel form with
hollow walls aroirnd which the
masonry is easily laid. By assuring
correct construction this scientific
unit eliminates faults which
usually caiue unckiog.
At The Depot
Smock coat for student
Bridge - Dinner
Is Given On
Mr and Mrs M H. Bowles and
Mrs I. M. Hirliei-on entertained
with a bridge dinner at the home
ol Mi - liicheson on last Saturday
The rooms were decorated with
holly and red candles and all ap
poinlmenls wiTe in the Christmas
iiidI i r. Tables al which the guests
wi'i e scaled lor dinner were cen
tered wilh lighted red laprrs.
following Hie games prizes were
presented In the holders of high
and low scores.
The guest list inc luded Mr. and
Mrs. It. L. Prevost, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan WalkitiN. Dr. and Mrs. Stuart
Kobcrsnn Mr. and Mrs. Richard
JThita faille rfinner
Jly VERA WINSTON
, 'WHITE TISSUE FAILLE, osed
for a dinner dress cut on Grecian
lines, makes a gracious, graceful
design. Antique gold metallic
bands outline the bosom and
boulder cap and slim the silhou
ette in front in a neatly smart
fashion. On the skirt, the bands
are used in a vertical line termi
nating in a slit at the center front.
From the long torso waistline, the
skirt falls in gentle drapery. This
is an ideal gown for all but the
'inort farms! occasions.
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KITCHEN SWANK . . . New
look in a Guatemalan print.
LONG AND SHORT OF IT . . . Mother
daughter apron set in printed cotton with
bow-knot design. All by Frances Peck.
Barber, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan
Woody, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray.
Mrs. Hillard Atkins, Mr. and Mrs
Eric Clauson, and Mrs. Bonner
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To Meet On
The December meeting of the
Waynesville Woman's Club will be
held Friday afternoon. December
17. al 3 30 o'clock in the Assembly
room at the First Presbyterian
Mrs. Virgil Smith, art chairman,
will be in charge of the program
and will present Mrs. H Phelps
Brooks, who will give a short illus
trated lecture on Art.
Musical numbers will be present
ed bv a mixed chorus under the di
rection of Charles Isley.
Mrs. Frank Kinsey. president,
will preside (luring a brief busi
Member; are asked to bring
toys or articles of food for Christ
inas baskets to he distributed to
needy families in the County.
WIDOW'S MITE MIGHTY
MALDEN, Mass. lUP) When
Mrs. Bridget Ahem OCallaghan.
(SB. a supposedly penniless widow,
died here, police found in her tene
ment cash, bonds and bank books
MARH1IA HUNT and
THURSDAY - FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16 - 17
Miss Tatlock's Millions
WANDA HENDRICKS and JOHN LUND
S BELK - HUDSON
ISSUE OF THE f
A SPECIAL MESSAGE f
Keep Your Eye On Our
'HOME OF BETTER VALUES"
To Have Partyt -
A Christmas party tor the po
piU will be given t the Mgi
Elementary School by the Parent
Teacher Association on .Thursday
afternoon, December1 18, M " 1:80
o'clock. v- '
Immediately following the party
an importarrt business meeting of
the P.T.A.will be held with Mrs
Lee Evans presiding.
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