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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUftfAINEER
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
Office Phone 700 Home Phone 462-J
Couple To Be
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Johnson
and Mr. and Mrs William Ray will
entertain with a dinner at The
1-odge this evening as a courtesy
to Miss Betty June McCracken and
Thomas M. Ray, vhose marriage
will be an event of this nronth.
The bridal motif will be used and
the table will be decorated with an
arrangement of white flowers and
lighted white tapers. The bride
elect will be presented a gift.
The guests will include Miss
"McCracken, Mr. Ray, and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Massie, and Mr. and
Mrs. Carleton Weatherby.
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Stringfield
expect to leave Monday by plane
for Kent. Washington where they
will spend several weeks as guests
ol their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jones.
Want Ads bring quick results.
14-2 to 22
and CLUB ACTIVITIES
Party To Be
The Auxiliary of Veterans of
Foreign Wars will sponsor a bene
fit card uarty tonight at 8 o'clock
in the chapter room in the base
ment of the Hurgin Building on
Reservations for tallies may be
made with Mrs Hoy Campbell or
Miss Dixie Campbell.
Bridge, rummy, and other games
will be in pla .
Refreshments will he served and
prizes will he awarded at each
table Plaers are asked to bring
their ow n cards.
To Meet Tuesday
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the First Metho
dist church will meet Tuesday,
March 8. at 3:30 p. m in the Boyd
Mrs. Bonner Hay will preside.
ipP 1 glamour'
I ; Good HoDsekeepicf J
J ! Q .91
MRS. BEN SLOAN, Society Editor
Service To Be
A union service in observance
of the World Day of Prayer will
be held by the Baptist, Episcopal,
Presbyterian and Methodist church
es on Friday, March 4, at 3:30
The service will be held in the
Bom: Memorial Chapel of the First
Methodist church with Miss Clara
Belle Williams in charge.
The public is invited to attend.
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the Long's Chapel
Methodist church will meet Tues
day, March 8, at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Jerry Liner will preside.
New Lodge Head
WEARING THE emblem or office
around his shoulders, High Chief
Ranger Lew Dick of Mew York is
shown after his election to the high
office in New York. Superintendent
of recreation for the Department of
Parks, Mr. Dick was chosen to lead
the organization at the 14th Annual
District Convention of Independent
Order of Foresters. (Intemofioruil)
In Circle Project
10,(100 old Clinslnia;.
ii en col lecled by Circle
n :' el the First Methodist c lunc h. :
in oi ding lo a statement by Mrs.
I),iiil llalt. circle chairman.
The cards will be sent to Moore
( ; i -1 n ; . i ) Hospital to be used by
p.:t lei'.l - iii occupational thertipy.
Mi- ila!l expressed apprecia
l n;i In the public for the response '
:htii this project, and special
i -1 1 i ' 1 1 1 1 was also made for the'
voiU done by I ho Girl Senilis of
It.i.eluned under Mrs. Carl Hal
lUVe and Miss Alice FincluT, who
lo.h cied the cards in their com
Will Meet Tues.
(.'roles nf the Woman's Mission
ary Society of the First Baplist
Church will meet Tuesday, March
!'. at 7:;"0 p.m. as follows:
I, .ill ii- Moon Circle with Mrs.
Heihirl Singletary. Mrs. Boyd
iluii wi'l have charge of Hie pro
::r n i.
rn Ma-sclline Judson Circle at
the heme of Mrs. Will Medl'ord
with Mr.-. Guy Messer as ossociale
he-tes-, Mrs. Earl Messer will be
pro rain leader.
I'.innie E. S lieek Circle at the
i..-nie of Mrs. Sam Jones with Mrs.
.1 I . I' 1 wards as leader.
heii'.iUa Hall Shuck Circle at
i'w home of Mrs. .1. B. Siler.
In i Yalei, Circle with M.-s.
!' II Ge;.li: and Mrs. Joe Just ice.
li- M. T. Bridges will have fhe
To Meet Today
TV I la- w ood ( 'hapter. I nitnd
I "an Iii . i , nf t he Confederacy, will
mi . I Ihi- aflernoon at 2 o'clock
0 the home of Mrs. Grover C.
iViis with Mrs. C. F. Kirkpntrick
a- associate hostess.
Mrs Sam Queen will preside
and Mrs. W. F. Swift will have
. h.ir.;e of t he program.
Special attention is called to the
1 one of the nur iing which has
been set at an early hour to give
the members an opportunity to
a'lenil the World Day of Prayer
er ii i- later in the afternoon.
Mrs. Fiank Ferguson of the Fines
('nek section spent, last week end
o i 1 1 ri 'T friends and relatives in
'-hoe - illc ;)nd Winston-Salem.
I RCSPIC7 OFFICE ROUTINE . . .
! It is upsetting to a whale
i offic staff to come visiting
' and bring fh children along.
Club Meets With
The Morning Star Home Dem
onstration Club met Monday at the
home of Mrs. L. M. Smathcrs with
the president, Mrs. Paul Hyatt, pre
siding. A discussion on "Citizenship"
was led by Miss Mary Margaret
Smith, home demonstration agent,
end project leaders reported as
follows: gardens. Mrs. H L Mor
gan; poultry, Mrs. W. J. Muse:
house furnishings, Mrs. Ed Hark
ins; family life, Mrs. C. F. Owen.
Sr.; clothing, Mrs W C. Moody,
health, Mrs. R. K. Mease; crafts,
Miss Willie Smathcrs; and home
beautification, Mrs. M. B Hyatt.
Book reports were given by Mrs
D. E. Morgan on "Cross Creek.''
by Rollins and "Tobias Brandy
wine," by Wiekenrlcn. Mrs W. C
Moody reported on "The Plague
and 1." by McDonald, "The Hal
fields and McCoys," by Jones, and
"The Big Fisherman." by Douglas;
and Mrs. ' Amnions reported on
"Prophet in the Wilderness," by
Hageldorn. "Jibby. The Cat," by
Salten and "The Plague and I." by
Refreshments were served fol
lowing the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prevost left
Sunday for a ten-day visit to New
With Others That Cost
mmmat '' X1 "'
1 M. I
fMV fsh'mlH Three-quarter coat
P" that's always in
t I m fashion. Wear this
$fl (f0 contemporary classic
V ' if I''"' with the half-belt or
XiX'sJ . without it's so
becoming either way."
V'Sf i l?J. In handsome all wool
"r V Stevens covert lined
Y I'ffiV Skinner's rich '
V tn.jjv ' nyn satin. Spring
JrZfiHt ? colors, sizes 7 to 15.
Mrs. Whitted Is
riKmnnst ration on Better
j Breakfasts" was given by Miss
Mary Margaret Smith at the March
meeting of the Beaverdam Home
Demonstration Club, which was
held Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. J. F. Whitted. Mrs. Lloyd
Project leaders reporting were
Mrs. Wiley Donaldson. Mrs. Paul
Robinson. Mrs. Shorrill Jimison.
Mrs. Ernest Jones, Mrs. T. G.
Murray, Mrs. Joe Cogburn and
Mrs. Tom Hifrps.
Mrs Murray also reported on
; he following hooks: "Boyhood in
a Parsonage." by Lamoiit; "Let the
Hurricane Roar." by Lane; "Party
' Line." by Baker and "Out on a
Limb," by Baker.
Mrs. Jimison reported on "No
lime For Tears,' by Hughes.
Following adjournment the host-
i ess served refreshments,
j Mrs. L. M. Killian. Sr.., who has
I been visiting her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
I'l'ingen. in Kuquay Springs, return
ed to her home Sunday. She is
recuperating trom mturics received
in a fall during her visit. Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Killian, Jr. spent the
week end in Kuquay Springs and
accompanied Mrs. Killian, Sr. back
The following births have been
announced during the past week
at the Haywood County Hospital:
Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Trice, Jr.,
of Waynesville, a son, Feb. 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Page, of
Waynesville. Route 1, a son, Feb
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moody, of
Waynesville. Route 2. a son, Feb.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks,
of Waynesville, a son, Feb. 27th.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler,
of Canton, a son, Feb. 27th.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Haynes, of
Clyde, a son, Feb. 271 h.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Miller, of
Waynesville, a daughter, Feb. 28th.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones, of
Clyde; a son, March 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Ester Myers, of
Waynesville, a son, March 2nd.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Queen, Jr., of
Waynesville, a daughter, Mary
Rachel, March 3rd.
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