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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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IETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES
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'has been made of
Miss Grace Eliza
ddaughter of Mrs
hp late Mr. Jones
to Mr. William
i son of Mr. and
4 of Canton, in i
,nized on Decern
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MRS. WILLIAM HENRY WKST. .III., whose marriage ti.uk place
on December 5 in Clayton, Ga.. is the former Miss Grace Eliza
beth Jones, granddaughter of Mrs. Will Jones, of Waynesville. Mr.
West is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. West of Canton.
Beta Sigma Phi
Plans To Help
The December meeting of the
Alpha Theta Chapter of the Beta
Sigma Phi was held Thursday eve
ning, December 9, at the Court
Miss Edith Summerrow, presi
dent,, presided during the business
session and at this time plans were
made to help a needy family this
Christmas. The family to be help
ed by the sorority this year is a re
fuge family from Ukraine, who
live here in Waynesville.
Miss Summerrow was in charge
of the program, and' presented Mrs.
Joe Liner who gave a delightful
lecture on the art of dressing. The
next meeting will be December
24th at the home of Miss Dorothy
Rieheson and following the busi
ness session Christmas gifts will be
Mrs. J. T. Bailey of Canton will
arrive this week to spend the holi
days, with her brother-in-law and
stster, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. El wood.
Miss Amelia MacFayden left
Sunday for Charlotte, where she
will spend Christmas as me guesi
of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Clark.
Has Program At
Miss Margaret Johnston was in
charge of the program at the De
cember meeting of the Waynesville
Music Club, which was held at The
Lodge Friday evening.
Miss Johnston's subjeft was
American Christmas Carols and she
discussed the old mountain carols
as well as the more familiar ones.
Miss Ida Jean Broun sang two
of the old carols, "Babe Of Bethle
hem" and "Cherry Tree Carol",
and 'he groun sang a number of
carols including "Twelve Days Of
Christmas", O. Little Town Of
Bethlehem", and "We Three
Special guests for the meeting
included Dr. Benjamin Swalin, di
rector of the North Carolina Sym
phony Orchestra, and Mrs. Swalin
Dr. Swalin talked informally on
his work with the orchestra.
Dr. Mary Michal, president of
the club, presided and hostesses
for the meet ins were Mrs. Robert
Turner and Mrs. L K. Green.
Guests in addition to Dr. and
Mrs. Swalin were Mrs. Henry
Davis, Miss Evelyn Reed, Mrs. Ed
gar Goold. and Mrs. Lulu Uzzell.
TIOnflL SWLt QUBUTH flno LOW PRICE!
A candlelight carol service was
presented by the sixth grade pupils
of the Hazelwood Elementary
School as the main feature of the
December meeting of the Parent
Teacher Association on last Tues
day night. The service was direct
ed by Mrs. Curat Stanley and Mrs.
Robert Palmer with Mrs. Elina
Prescott as accompanist.
The program included songs by
the entire grade and a Christmas
pageant with Bobby Thrower aa
Joseph, Winnie Farmer as Mary,
and Pauline Inman as an Angel.
Wise men were Bobby Hooper,
Stuart Roberson, and Richard
Preceding the program a brief
business session vas held and Dr.
R. Stuart Robersorj reported that
the project committee had purchas
ed a piano for the school.
A social hour was held in con
elusion and refreshments were
served by Mrs. Paul Davis, Mrs.
Blanche Jervis, and Mrs. Connie
Miss Rosemary Herman, who is
doing post-graduate work in the
Spanish Department at the Univer
sity of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, arrived on Sunday to spend
the Christmas vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Herman.
V. F. W. And
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
Auxiliary had their annual Christ
mas party last Friday night, De
cember 17, in the new club room
on Miller Street.
For the occasion the club room
was decorated with Christmas dec
orations which included a large
During the evening several
games were played.
Among the honor guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chuber, Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Cherry. Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Fields. Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Chafin. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob
Others attending were: Mr. and
Mrs. Sebe Bryson. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Paxton, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Camp
1k1I. Mr. and Mrs. George Kellar,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marshall, Mr.
and Mrs. Rufus Carswell, Mr. and
Mrs. Frrd Campbell, Mrs. Ethel
Fisher. Mrs. Roy Moseman, Miss
Dixie Campbell, and Hub Tate.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar II. Goold.
Jr., and son, Charles, of Chapel
Hill and Miss Margaret Goold will
be the guests of their parents, the
Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Goold during
the Christmas holidays.
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OfFICi tTIQUiTTl Don't
us the office as a beauty
parlor. Da your personal
grooming at home, or have it
done elsewhere after hours.
Tom Ray, who is a student of the
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, arrived Thursday to
spend the Christmas holidays with
his mother, Mrs. Bonner Hay.
Mrs. Walter Ferguson and Mrs.
Noble Ferguson were hostesses of
a party as a courtesy to Mrs. Siler
Carver Friday evening, at the home
of the former.
The house was decorated
throughout with the Christmas mo
tif, and refreshments were served
The guests showered the new
bride with useful gifts, including
her china, blankets, linen, etc.
Guests included Mrs. Kitty No
land. Mrs. Dee Clark, Mrs. Johnny
Ferguson, Mrs. W. II. McCracken,
Mrs. John P. Morrow, Mrs. Harry
McCracken, Mrs Jack Allison, Mis.
Bonnie PIpss, Mrs. D J. Noland.
Mrs. Clark Messer, Mrs. J. R.
Uipps. Mrs. Charles Ketner, Mrs.
O. C James. Mrs. Thurman Noland.
Mrs Ntd Tucker. Mrs A. L. Ens
lev. Mrs. Wayne Rogers, Mrs. E. J.
Lilius .and Mrs. G. K. McCracken.
(illtl.S ARRIVE FKOM
The following gills, who are stu
dents at Woman's College of the
l imcr ity til North Carolina, ar
rived last week end to end the
Christinas holidays at home: Misses
Eugenia Boone. Elsie Glavish, Ther
esa Alley. Virginia Francis. Mar
guerite Way, Nancy Kirkpatrick,
Betsy Siler. Elsie Jane Green, Bet
ty Tut lie. and Pei'.gy Dock.
Entertains On . V
Mrs. Ralph Prevost was hostess
of a luncheon on Saturday In honor
of her son, Ralph Prevost, Jr., on
the occasion of his tenth birthday
Christmas decorations were used
and the dining table was centered
with an arrangement of holly and
red candles. Placet were marked
with candy canes. : " "
The guests were entertained at a
movie during tha afternoon.
Those present in addition to tha
guest of honor were Dan Sayer,
Clyde Ray, Jr., Bill Prevost,
Stephen Woody. Tiger Milier, sm
art Roberson, and Skipper Sloan.
Takes Christmas Gifts
To Oteen Hospital
Several members of the Veter
ans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary vis
ited Oteen Hospital last Thursday
night and presented Christmas
gifts to the patients, including, ash
trays and books.
Those representing the local
auxiliary included: Mrs. Hub Tate;
Mrs. Ethel Fisher, Miss Dixie
Campbell, Mrs. Roy Campbell and
Mrs. Charles McDaris.
Want Ads bring quick results.
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AS MUCH AS
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Trains - Balls
Due to workmen having our toy department
blocked off much oi the time during the past few
weeks, we are over-stocked. Since every avail
able bit oi space will be essential when we be
gin re-arranging our new store, we are deter
mined not to carry over any toys, hence the BIG
REDUCTIONS. If you want toys at a bargain,
then shop our toy department first you will
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For All The
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day and Thursday
10 A. M. to 12 and 2 to 4
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