North Carolina Newspapers

    hANUARY 25, 1949
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Fashion
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Purple woolen daytime dretsi'
By VERA WINSTON
HERE'S A GOOD daytime frock
designed for early spring wear un
der a coat but that will bo very
wiuch of the new season when the
weather moderates, so that it can
fare forth on its own. The fabric
is a soft tweedy woolen in a muted
purple heather tone, with a match
ing leather belt. The utterly sim
ple bodice is topped with a small
turn-down collar, and the sleeves
are winged at the underarm. The
slant-wise tunic takes a deep ob
lique line over the pencil slim
silhouette of the skirt.
Miss Linda Sloan spent last week
end in Sylva as the guest of Miss
Edith Moore.
Roy Campbell and John Harrod
returned Friday from Brunswick,
Ga., where ttiey spent several days
deep-sea fishing.
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BUGS BUNNY CARTOON and NEWS
BURS. - FRI. JAN. 27 - 28
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by the best chaser on
the force. Will she out
smart the detective who
uses love as a trap?
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ACTIVITIES
BEN SLOAN, Society Editor
Mrs. Lane Has
Program For
Woman's Club
The January meeting of the
Waynesville Woman's Club was
held Thursday afternoon in the As
sembly Room of the First Presby
terian Churcn with Mrs. Frank
Kinsey presiding.
Mrs. Raymond Lane, chairman of
International Relations, was in
charge of the program. She ex
plained the organization of the Uni
ted Nations its problems and
growth and discussed its various
departments and their functions.
In conclusion she said, "For peace
and world progress, united peace
must be based on laws not force."
Mrs. Lane also stressed the im
portance of the members of the
club keeping themselves informed
on world events.
Mrs. M. G. Stamey talked on
the state educational conditions,
urging "better teachers for our
schools and better schools for our
children".
Miss Ray Ballard, chairman of
music, presented Mrs. James L.
Kilpatrick, a special guest, in two
musical numbers. Mrs. Kilpatrick
played a piano solo, "Clare de
Lune," by Debussy, and sang
"There's a Little Brown Bird Sing
ing". During the business session the
members voted to send a contribu
tion to place memorial books in the
Sylva Library in honor of the late
Mrs. E. L. McKee.
Plans were also made for the an
nual silver tea which the club will
sponsor at the Haywood County Li
brary on Saturday, February 5. and
the following committees were ap
pointed to serve for the event: Re
freshments, Mrs. James R. Boyd,
Mrs. Noble Garrett, and Mrs. E. A.
Williamson; decorations, Mrs. Vir
gil Smith and Mrs. William Cobb;
and table appointments, Mrs. C. F.
Kirkpatrick, and Mrs. J. W. Kil
lian. Assisting on the afternoon of
the tea will be Mrs. Bonner Ray,
Mrs. Raymond Lane, Mrs. J. H.
Howell, Sr., and Mrs. J. W. Kil
lian. Dr. Mary Michal reported on the
Christmas projects of the club,
stating that 600 bags of food were
distributed, and toys and clothes
were given to needy families.
Mrs. W. M. Cobb was chosen as
sponsor for the club at the Roose
velt Ball.
Hostesses for the meeting were
Mrs. E. A. Williamson, Mrs. Lin
wood Grahl, nd Dr. Michal.
Mrs. Kilpatrick
To Entertain
At Home Today
Mrs. James L. Kilpatrick will en
tertain with a coffee hour at her
home on the Country Club Road
this afternoon during the hours
from twelve to two o'clock.
Early spring flowers will be used
in the living room and the dining
table will be centered with a bowl
of white snapdragon and red roses.
Guests invited for the first hour
are Mrs. Johnny Johnson, Mrs.
David Hyatt, Mrs. Howard Hyatt,
Mrs. Charles Ketner, Mrs. Paul
Davis, Mrs. Bill Prevost, Mrs. Leon
Killian, Jr., Mrs. L. K. Barber, Mrs.
Thomas Campbell, Jr., Mrs. G. M.
Kimball, Mrs. William Ray, Mrs.
Herbert Buchanan, Mrs. Robert
Korte, Mrs. J. W. Reed, Jr., and
Mrs. Harold Massie.
Guests during the second hour
will include Miss Margaret John
ston, Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs. Fran
cis Massie, Mrs. N. F. Lancaster,
Miss Betsy Lane Quinlan, Mrs.
Jack Taylor, Mrs. Bonner Ray, Mrs.
T. Lenoir Gwyn, Mrs. Nora Swift
Atkins, Mrs. Rufus Siler, Miss
Dorothy Richeson, and Mrs. Henry
Tuttle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cobb and
children, Sara and Bill, left Thurs
day for Roanoke, Ala., where they
will visit Mr. Cobb's parents for a
week.
PARK THEATRE
PROGRAM
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26
"Trouble Makers'
-Starring-
LEO GORCEY and
THURSDAY - FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 28
"The Three Musketeers
(In Technicolor)
Starring
THE WAYNESVILLE
Suited for Title
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LOVELY Virginia Mayo (above) was
a cinch to make the list of top ten
"best swim-dressed" women of the
year in a poll just released by a
group of swimsuit manufacturers.
The poll was taken after fashion
experts had named the world's best
dressed women. (International)
VFW Auxiliary
Is Making Drive
For Magazines
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
Auxiliary of Waynesville is taking
advantage of an unusual offer be
ing extended by Farm Journal and
Pathfinder Publishing Company,
which gives the auxiliary a gener
ous portion of all new and renewal
subscriptions on these and 18 oth
er well known magazines.
The drive for subscriptions is in
charge of Mrs. Sebe Bryson, presi
dent, of the auxiliary, and Mrs. .1.
C. Rose and Mrs. Thomas Camp
bell, Sr., members of the Waysvind
Means Committee. Other members
are assisting in the work by mak
ing calls with Mrs. Ruth Williams.
Farm Journal representative.
To dale $125.00 lias been derived
from subscriptions and the organi
zation is asking the public to co
operate by holding orders until a
member of the committee can call
for them.
Proceeds will be applied on 'he
fund to erect a Veteran's Monu
ment at Green Hill Cemetery.
Maggie Home
Club Has
Meeting Thursday
The Maggie Home Demonstra
tion Club met Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Jim Plott with
the president. Mrs. Herbert Plott
presiding.
The demonstration on "Know
Your Organization," was given by
Miss Mary Margaret Smith, county
home demonstration agent.
Leader reports were given as fol
lows: foods, Mrs. Jim Plott: gar
dens, Mrs. James Grant, poultry,
Mrs. Jack Campbell; home beauli
fication, Mrs. Fred Henry; food
preservation, Mrs. Hobart White;
clothing and crafts, Mrs. Herbert
Plott; and health, Mrs. Dave Plott.
Mrs. C. L. White and Mrs. Ho
bart White reported on two books:
"When We Are Green We Grow,"
by McKimmon and "Maine Charm
String," by Graham.
During the social hour a salad
course was served by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Spies of Oak
Ridge, Tenn., have recently moved
to Waynesville to make their home.
They are residing on Short Street.
Mrs. John Woltz and infant son,
John Elliott Woltz, Jr., have re
turned to their home in Mt. Airy
after a visit to the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn.
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THE BOWERY BOYS
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MOUNTAINEER
DAR Chapter
To Celebrate
50th Anniversary
The liltiplh anniversary if the
ornani;d inn ul the Dorcas liell
Love Chapter ot the Daughters of
the American Revolution will be
celebrated at a luncheon meeting
of the chapter to he held a! The
Towne IIoum- on TIiui mI.iv. Mrs. 'P,
Lenoir Gwyn, I'eneral chairman,
for Hie even!, will preside.
Speei il ':ui" s will include Miss
Gertrude ('.irraway. of New Bern,
slate recent; Miss KH.ihclh Horn
of Wadesl.mro, .'late vfce-reeent;
Mr. Joseph S. Silver, teen of lirev
anl. National chairman of Ihe
C'lnlilieii of the A inericm Kevolu
finn; Mrs. ,1, K .Imias of Marion,
district director: and regents of all
chaptcs in t he district.
A special tribute will he paid to
the laic Mrs Mary Love String
field Wiilbiirn Inimdcr and first re
gent of (he chapter and first elect
ed slate recent
During Iheir slay in Waynes
ville the stale and national offi
cers will be guests of Mrs. J Har
den Howell al "Windover" and will
be honored at several social func
tions. Mrs. W. F. Swift will give a
tea al her home following the
luncheon Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Howell will entertain at dinner
Thursday evening, and Mrs. ,1. W.
Killian. regent of Ihe local chap
ter, will entertain with a breakfast
on Friday morning.
Committees in charge of the
meeting Thursday are: Program,
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn. Mrs. S. H.
Bushncll: Place, Mrs. J. R. Boyd,
Mrs. James W. Killian; Decora
tions and menu. Mrs. James M.
Long. Mrs. H. L. Prevost, Mrs. W.
F. Swill: Invitation, Mrs. J. W.
Killian. Mrs. Long. Mrs. J. Har
den Howell; and .Hospitality, Mrs.
J. F. Abel, chairman, with all
members of Ihe chapter serving.
The Dorcas Hell Love Chapter
was organized on January 9 at the
home of Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan
and the following officers were
elected: regent, Mrs, Mary Love
Slringtield Wnlburn; vice-regent,
Mrs. Robert D. Gilmer; secretary,
Mrs Quintan; treasurer, Miss Eliz
abeth Hrisco; registrar, Mrs. J, F.
Abel. and historian. Mrs. Nora
Welch Ashton. Other chapter mem
bers were Miss Inez Gudger, Miss
Minnie Love Louis, Miss Mary Wil
liam Love. Mrs. A. ('. Avery, Mrs.
J. Howell Way. Mrs. .1. Recce Lew
is, Miss Sara M. Love. Mrs. Harry
Marshall, and Mrs. .lanie Love
Baker.
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The first ureal popularity of Rob
in Hood was in the ballads of the
l'jih and Hit h Cctiliu ics.
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SANTA ARRIVES
DOCTORS SAY SHE HAS but a few weeks to live, but thre-year-old
Elizabeth Ann Strehl, of St. Louis, doesn't know this. For Elizabeth, if s
Yuletlde and, for the moment, there is a Santa Claus, a Christmas tree
and presents. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Strehl, shown with the
little cancer victim, moved up the Christmas eve celebration a bit te
make sure she would have a last party. (International Soundphoto)
Music Club To
Meet Friday
The Waynesville Music Club will
meet Friday evening, January 28,
at Ihe home of the president. Dr.
Mary Michal ,at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Philip Chase will be in
charge of the program.
We Got
'l LEARNED THE
ANSWER TO y"N
THAT WHEN I Jf " w. I
WADE THE CAMEL fT AJm I
30-DAY TEST- TSj y 3
CAMELS ARE MILD! " T fWS?W t
Nearer Our Goal
"A MODERN STORE OF 3
BIG FLOORS .WITH QUAL
ITY MERCHANDISE AT
ECONOMICAL PRICES"
KEEP WATCHING
'Home ol Better Values'
AHEAD OF DEATH
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell spent the
week end in Asheville as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burchan
of Baltimore, Md., will arrive tlds
week for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hyatt.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Porter and son,
Billy, have returned from a two
weeks' vacation in Florida.
30DAYS?(VE
SMOKED CAME(S
FOR YEARS. I
KNOW THEYfef
MILD AND THAT
RJCRRUrUMMt
IS GREAT
In a recent test of hundreds of people who smoked
only Camels for 30 days, noted throat specialists,
making weekly examinations, reported
NOT ONE SINGLE CASE OF THROAT IRRITATION
due to smoking CAMELS
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Carroll Poplin visited his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Poplin, in
Winston-Salem last week end.
Colds
mmmmmmm The best-kno vn
home remedy you can use to relieve
distress of colds A laAa4M
Is to rub throat, IflWHU
chest, back with V VAiOlfufc
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Door
COMFORT
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only we ere offering t
FREE furnace inspection,
adjustment and check
up to the people of
this community.
If you are interested
in a cleaner, safer and
more comfortable home
with lowered fuel costs,
call for details or use
the attached coupon.
AUTOMATIC
HEATING CO.
Hazel wood
Phone 565-W
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