lNUARY 28, 1949
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
ict TO WOMEN
jlETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES
f00Home Phone 462-J MRS. BEN SLOAN, Society Editor
.ulll meet next
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1:30 d. m.
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Jhe home of Mrs.
h Mrs. William
fciate hostess, at
She home ol mis.
h Mrs. Herbert
;e hostess, fit 7:30
ts(.l L. Young,
lerwent an enitr-
at the Haywood
on Monday, is
Party For Son
Mrs. Spellman G, McClure en
tertained with a parly at her home
in the Weaver Apartments in
Hazelwood last Thursday after
noon, honoring her young son,
Ronnie McClure, on the occasion
of his fourth birthday anniversary.
Mrs. McClure was assisted by
Mrs. Charles U. Stephens, aunt of
the honor guest.
Invited to (he party Were Law
son Summerrow, Jr.. Douglas
Franklin, Frank Frye, Kay Frank
lin, Mary Ann Stephens, Paul
Davis, Jr., Carolyn Davis, David
Allen Summerrow, Tommy Steph
ens, Bobby Stephens, and Charles
and Patricia Ann Holland.
MRS. SMITH AT HOME
Mrs. Virgil Smith returned to
her home on Wednesday night
after undergoing an operation at
Mission Hospital In Asheville on
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Is Engaged To
Cpl. Harvey Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Karl I.. Uevellieimer
of Mahancy City, Pennsylvania,
have announced the engagement of
their daughter. Miss Shirley Mary
Bevelheimer. to Corporal Harvey
l Tuck I Rowan Kay, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde II. Hay of Wayncsville.
The bride-elect holds a secretarial
position in the Immigration and
Naturalization Department in
Cpl. Hay. who is a graduate of
St. John's School here, entered the
service two years ai;o He is cur
rently stationed at Headquarters
Company, Holling Field, Washing
ton, and is serving in the Adjutant
General's oil ice.
To Be Honored
Mrs. Hoy Pai knian and Mrs. Guy
Massie will entertain with a coffee
this morning at the home of Mrs.
Parkman in honor of Miss Betty
June McCracken, bride-elect of
their nephew, Thomas M. Ray.
The residence will be decorated
with arrangements of jonquils,
winter jasmine, and japonica and
a color scheme of green and yellow
will be noted in the appointments.
During the first hour guests will
be greeted at the entrance by Mrs.
William Mcdford and will be in
troduced to the receiving line by
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn.
Receiving with the hostesses will
be Miss McCracken and her mo
ther, Mrs. Carey McCracken, and
Mrs. Bonner Ray, mother of the
Mrs. liugn Massie will receive in
the dining room and Mrs. S. H.
Bushnell will preside at the coffee
table. Assisting in serving will be
Mrs. C. J. Heece, Mrs. Carleton
Weafherby, Mrs. Joe Massie, Mrs.
Hugh Massie, and Miss Tillie
The table will be covered with a
Maderia cloth and centered with
a crystal bowl of jonquils and nar
cissus flanked by yellow candles in
During the second hour Mrs. Ben
Sloan will be at the front door and
Mrs. Gwyn will again introduce the
guests to the receiving line. Mrs.
Francis Massie will receive in the
dining room and Mrs. Dan Wat
kins will preside at the coffee table.
Goodbyes will be spoken to Mrs.
Around one hundred and fifty
guests are expected to call during
the hours from eleven until one
Music Club To
The Wayncsville Music Club will
meet tonight at ft o'clock at the
home of Dr. Mary Michal.
Mrs. Philip Chase will be in
charge of the program.
Mrs. H. B. Phillips and daugh
ter, Emmie Phillips, of Cottage
ville, South Carolina, arrived Mon
day for a visit to the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Leather
wood, at Route 2, Wayncsville; and
her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Boyd in Waynesville.
Miss Shirley Mary Bevelheimer
Miss Bevelheimer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Bevelheimer
of Mahancy City, Pa., is engaged to Corporal Harvey Rowan Ray,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ray ol Waynesville.
Has Party On
Mrs. Leon Killian, Jr. entertain
ed with a party on Tuesday after
noon in honor of her son, Michael
Doyle Killian, on the occasion of
his third birthday anniversary.
A "fish pond" featured the en
tertainment and a color scheme of
blue and pink was carried out in
table appointments and favors.
The "guest list included Trudie
Massie, Cat hey Massie, Rebecca
McElroy, Carey Howell, Katie Lou
Cat hey, Margaret Reed, Emmie
Phillips. Jimmy Mcdford. Eddy
Weathcrhy. Johnny Schell. Charles
Burgin. and Chip Killian.
Dr. N. F. Lancaster and Dr.
Thomas Stringfteld returned last
night from Atlanta, where they at
tended a four-day medical sympo
sium. MRS. DAVIS IMPROVING
Mrs, W. W. Davis, who has been
confined to her home lor two weeks
on account of injuries received in
a fall, is improving.
Bill Davis, who is a student at j
Clenison College, is spending this j
week wilh his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Davis.
Bob Gibson, studenl at Clemson
College, is here for a visit to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
Gibson, during the period between
semesters at college.
The liertnr's Guild nf Grace
Episcopal Church met on Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. J, F.
Abel, wilh Mrs. Robert Osborne
Reports were made by commit
tee chairmen and plans for future
projects were announced.
Refreshments were served fol
lowing the meeting.
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the Mapb. Grove
Methodist Church met for an Ad
vance Day program on Friday at
the home of Mrs. Edward Glavich.
The four points of Advance were
discussed by the following mem
bers: Mrs. Leonard Leatherwood,
Mrs. C. R. Palmer, Mrs. C. G.
Reed, Mrs. Richard Queen, Mrs.
Glavich, Mrs. J. T. Noland, Mrs.
J. E. B. Houser, and Mrs. Frank
During the business session
plans were made for the year's
work and the society decided to
uccept an invitation from the Lake
Junaluska Society to hold a joint
Mistion Study on China in Febru
Four new members. Mrs. Hilliard
Moody, Mrs. Lou Palmer, Mrs
Leonard Leatherwood, and Mrs
J, E. Toy( were welcomed into the
Mrs. J. E. B. Houser sang "God
of Grace and God of Glory" as the
closing number on the program.
Fourteen members of the society
attended the meeting and a covered
dish luncheon was served.
The tiext meeting of the group
will be held on Friday, February
18, at 2 o'clock.
Club Meets With
The Morning Star Home Demon
stration Club held its January
meeting on Monday at the home of
Mrs. M. B. Hyatt, with Mrs. Paul
Hyatt, president, presiding.
The demonstration, "Know Your
Organization", was given by Miss
Mary Margaret Smith, home dem
Project leaders reporting were
Mrs. L. M. Smathcrs on foods; Mrs.
H.-L. Morgan on gardens and home
beautification; Mrs. W. J. Muse on
poultry; Mrs. W. C. Moody on
clothing; Miss Willie Smathers on
crafts; Mrs. R. R. Mease on health;
Miss Carrie Holtzclaw on educa
tion; and Mrs. W. F. Nix on dairy.
A book report was given by Mrs.
Mease on "Yankee Stranger",
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lutz have
returned to their home on the
Eagles' Nest Road after a stay in
Mrs. Hilliard Atkins spent last I
week-end in Greensboro as the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Gay.
Mrs. James L. Kilpatrick was
hostess of a cofTee at her home on
the Country Club Road on Wed
Mrs. James Harden Howell, Jr.
presided at the table, which was
orntered with a bowl of red carna
tions and white snapdragon.
Invited to call from twelve to
one o'clock were Mrs. R. Stuart
Roberson, Mrs. Whitener Prevost,
Mrs. Hallett Ward, Mrs. C. J.
Reece, Mrs. Ben Sloan, Mrs. Ralph
Prevost, Mrs. Aaron Prevost, Mrs.
M. H. Bowles, Mrs. Charles Ray,
RETURNS FROM HOSMTAI
Mrs. Robert H. Winchester, who
underwent an operation at Mis
sion Hospital In Asheville on Mon
day, has returned to her home.
Mrs. Leo Weill, Mrs. Jonathan
Woody, Mrs. Richard Barber, Jr.,
Mrs. Boyd Owen, Mrs. Felix Sto
vall, Mrs. Grayden Ferguson, and
Mrs. Jack Messer.
Guests from one to two o'clock
included Mrs. David Felmet, Mrs.
William Medford, Mrs. Clyde Ray,
Mrs. June Smathers, Mrs. Heinz
Rollman, Mrs. J. B. Siler, Mrs.
Roger Walker, Mrs. Paul Hyatt,
Mrs. Dan Watkins, Mrs. Ben Col
kitt, Mrs. Francis Massie, Mrs. J. H.
Howell, Jr., Mrs. Paul Blackwell,
and Mrs. Herbert Braren.
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