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HE Tf AYNESVDLLE MOUNTAINEER
, K1V was hostess of
take place on
s Chapel Metho-
llKT ;is decorated
ill, .nia..nents of
;,, dining table was
., i;leir:i cloth and
' , miniature bride.
,n the bridal mo-
was marked wan
.,. ,,fu-i- the ames
, m,s Milliard At
,m seme prize went
,!,.,! also pre-
l,v tiu hostess ana
i-rst;il gins by t'le
y, ih-kIl;,. were Miss
iv Hm n-r Hay. Mrs.
i,. Mrv William
ild M;ismc Mrs. Jack
Hillianl Atkins. Mrs.
Mis Much Massie,
tf. Alls. J'ir miiMiv,
Mrs .lint Massie,
kpalrick. Mrs. Hoy
T Lenoir Gwyn,
cniiip lor luncheon
Care Mel racken,
bride-elect, Mrs. J.
Mrs Clyde Kay,
c. Mrs. W. T. Shel-
s Helen and Frances
Tom Sisk of the
Urnl last week with
Mrs Fred Coward.
II at her home on
r 1 rT TTD
ClETi ana j-.uo
Phone 462-J MKs.
DON'T INTiRflRt . . . H'$ on.
neying parents fr guests
to inttrfer with disdplin
rl childrtn in Iht hmt by
r'isy'mg befirres end stefc.
B. And P. W. Clubs
To Hold District
A district meeting of Business
and Professional Women's Clubs
will be held in the Assembly Room
of the First Presbyterian Church
here Sunday afternoon, at 3
o'clock. Miss Alice . Pratt of Brev
ard, district director, will preside.
The principal address will be
made by Miss Reeves Forney of
Shelby, state vice-persident and
chairman of directors.
The Waynesville Club will be
hostess for the meeting.
We Are Offering
Without Cost To
f 01 CHILDREN UP TO SIX YEARS OF
BK.U'TIFl L 5x7 PORTRAIT ON THE OC-
OF Ills OK HER BIRTHDAY. PICTURE
MADE AT THE STUDIO WITHIN THREE
lefore or uftort Till? r-ini tve; mnTuni tr
' viiiliu o uuvifiuni,
Masonic Temple Bldg.
Waynesville, N. C.
HUDSON'S 88c DAYS - BELK - HUDSON 88c
You Always Save Ai
jgLK HUDSON'S 88c DAYS BfcXR HUUSUN'c - UAYti
BEN SLOAN, Society Editor
Fashion Show To
Be Held Tonight
At E. Waynesville
A Fashion Show will be held
Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at the
East Waynesville School under the
sponsorship of the Beta Sigma Phi
Costumes will be furnished by
Winners Store and will include
fashions for all occasions, from
early morning until late evening.
A special feature will be the
showing of bridal attire with mod
els representing a bride, groom,
The models will include Mrs. J.
R. McCracken, Mrs. Tom Campbell,
Mrs. Jonathan Woody, Mrs. George
Brown, Miss Nancy Floyd, Miss
Vivian Watkins, Mrs. Hub Tate,
Mrs. Johnny Norris, Mrs!
W i 1 m a S e a s e , Mrs. Sue
Ketner. Mrs. Bill Dover, Mrs.
Howard Hyatt, Mrs. Johnny
Edwards, Mrs. Joseph Stanelli,
Mrs. Joe Liner, Mrs. W. M Cobb,
Mrs. Herbert Braren, Mrs. Stanley
Henry, Miss Edna Summerrow,
Miss Thelma Ann Jones, Mrs.
Sebe Bryson. Mrs. Bill Norris, Mrs.
Harry Lee Liner, Jr.. Mrs Fred
Campbell, Miss Dorothy Rieheson.
Mrs. K. L. McKittrick, Mrs Porter
Frady, Mrs. Wayne Corpenine. Mrs
Charles Edwards. Mrs rhnrlip
Woodard, Miss Bernice Harrell,
Miss Elise DeLozier. Mrs Vircil
Smith, Mrs. Ethel Hayes Fisher,
Miss Joe Cabe. and Mis riar2
Dotson. Miss Edith Summerrow
will have the role of the bride and
train bearers will be Sarah Cobb,
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Cobb, and Jean Weatherby,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carleton
Weatherby. Vocalists will be Miss
Mozelle Liner and Fred Calhoun.
1'roeeeds from the event will be
used for school lunches for under
Club Meets With
The Francis Cove Home Dem
onstration Club met Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Mar
garet McKlroy with Miss Marian
Boggs. president, presiding.
Mrs. Henry Francis presented
the demonstration on "Better
Breakfasts" and reports were giv
en by project leaders as follows:
gardens, Mrs. C. H. Chamblee;
poultry, Mrs. W. K. Boone; home
beautification, Mrs. M. G. Head;
family life, Mrs. Wiley Franklin
clothing. Mrs. Troy Wyche; and
crafts, Mrs. Margaret McElroy.
nook reports were given by Mrs,
D.A.R. Tb Meet -This
The Dorcas Bell Love Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revo
lution will meet this afternoon at
3:30 o'clock at Oak Park. Mrs. S.
H. Bushnell and Mrs. J. L. Hender
son will be hostesses and Mrs. J.
W. Killian will preside.
Reports on the state conference
held in Asheville will be given at
Francis arid ftctujded t CHuWarl-
Miss Eloise Martin
tytr.- k .? 1
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin have announced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Martha Eloise Martin, to Lt. Lowell Burke Gene
bach. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Burke Genebach of Battle
The wedding will take' place on May 7. at West Point.
The bride-elect is a graduate of the Waynesville Township
High School and, for the past two years has been studying at the
School of American Ballet in New York City. She is also working
with the New York Ballet Society and will continue her dancing
until just prior to the wedding.
Lt. Genebach attended the schools in Battle Creek and was
graduated from West Point last June. In June of this year be will
complete a course with the Signal Corps at Fort Monmouth, N. .1.
To Be Honored
Mrs. Guy Fulbright, Mrs. Horace
Crawford, and Mrs. Cash Medford
will be joint hostesses of a miscel
laneous shower this afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Fulbright at Lake
Junaluska. as a courtesy to their
niece. Miss Betty June McCracken,
bride-elect of this month.
A color scheme ot yellow and
white will be carried out and
arrangements of spring flowers
will be used in decorating. Minia
ture umbrellas will be presented to
each guest as favors.
Following informal games the
guest of honor will be presented a
shQMfer of gifts-v .' ' d . ,
6st St. Will, mfikioe Tiss
h, mpiherj Mrst-Cfirey
h. MMkGeoMii Tultri'ht
and Mrs. R. P, McCracken, grand
mother's., of the bride-eJect, Mrs.
Bonnpr Ray, Mrs. W. R. McCracken,-
Mrs. Wallace Ward, Mrs. Steve
McCracken, Mrs. Sidney Haynes,
Mrs. Paul Francis, Mrs. J. R.
McCracken. Mrs. H. A. McCracken,
Mrs. W. P. Leatherwood, and Mrs.
Mrs. Calvin Francis is leaving
today for her home near Reids
ville after a week's visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
D AYS - BELK - HUDSON'S 88c DAYS BELK HUDSON'S 88c DAYS -
Mrs. Glavich Is
Mrs. Edward Glavich was host
ess for the March meeting of the
Lakeside II o m v Demonstration
Club which was held Tuesday af
ternoon. Mrs. Joe Liner, vice presi
The demonstration on "Better
Breakfasts," was given by Mrs.
GlavtHl and project leaders re
ported as follows: gardens. Mrs. W.
J. Leatherwood: poultry. Mrs. Joe
Liner; clothing, Mrs. Charles
Reed; home beautification, Mrs.
Ann Tutwiler; and family life,
Mrs. Nita Bramlett
Following the adjournment the
hostess, fciu yed delightful refrosh
meritsy ' V. ; . .j :- -' '
I . v , . I '
Bride - Elect
Among the prenuptinl courtesies
extended to Miss Betty June Mc
Cracken was a dinner given at The
Lodge on Wednesday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. William Dover.
Miss McCracken, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carey McCracken,
will be married to Thomas M. Ray,
son of Mrs. Bonner Ray, on Wed
nesday, March 23, at the Lake j
Junaluska Methodist Church.
Play Is Success
The senior play, "Papa Says No."
presented at the Crabtree High
School last week was termed a suc
cess, both financially and from a
standpoint of entertainment.
The play was directed by Mrs.
Philip Chase and members of the
senior class of the school 'were in
cluded in the cast.
Receipts from the production
amounted to $132.00.
Births have been announced at
the Haywood County Hospital dur
ing the past week as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tate, Jr., of
Waynesville, a daughter, March 4.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Lovelace of
Route 2, Clyde, a daughter, March
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Inniaii of
Canton. Route 2, a daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. George Bryson of
Hazelwood, a daughter, March 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibson of
Canton, Route 2, a son. March 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Presslcy of
Canton, Route 2, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Smith of Can
ton, a daughter, March 5.
fMr. and Mrs. G. C. Glance of
Canton, a son, March S.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller of
Clyde, a daughter. March 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Enloe Mull of Can
ton, Route 2. a daughter, March (i.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller of Can
ton, Route 2, a daughter, March 6
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sluder of
Hazelwood, a daughter, March 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Rawsy of
Waynesville, a son, March 4.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Davis of Cove
Creek, a daughter. March 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ruff of
Waynesville. twins, a son and a
daughter, March 0.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hunter of
Hazelwood. a son, March 8.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ruff of Can
ton. Route 3. a son, March 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Neil of
Canton, a daughter. March 8.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Willis of
Canton, twin daughters, March !)
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coggins of
Sylva, a daughter, March 9.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Singleton of
Canton, Route 2, a son., March 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hyatt of
Leicester, a son, March 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Clausun re
furned to their home here Mon
day after an extended visit in Cali
fornia and Texas.
Bobby Itiimey At Duke Hospital
Bobby Ramey left Wednesday for
Duke Hospital, Durham, where he
will undergo plastic surgery. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Ramey of Lake Junaluska and a
member of the junior class of the
Waynesville Township High
Home oi Belier Values
88c DAYS BELK HUDSON'S 88c
Mrs. Glenn Medford was hostess
of a miscellaneous shower on Mon
day evening in honor of her daugh
ter, Mrs. William Kenneth Sutton,
a recent bride.
The hostess was assisted in re
ceiving and serving by Mrs. Ken
The guest list included Mrs. Sut
ton, Mrs. Fred Palmer, Mrs. John
Lewis, Mrs. Gordon Smathers, Miss
Myrtle Medford, Miss Mary Ellen
Jones. Mrs. Annie Medford. Mrs.
Sam Frady, Miss Juanita Smith,
Miss Virginia Hyatt and Mrs. Mar
To Meet Tonight
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet Friday night at 7:30
o'clock in the social hall of the
First Baptist Church. The 30th
anniversary of the organization
will be observed with a special pro
gram. Following the meeting a social
hour will be held at which the
Legionnaires will be guests.
To Meet Tuesday
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal Church will meet Tues
day, March 15. at 8 p.m. at the
Mrs. Mark Jenkins, diocesan sec
retary of Christian Education will
be the guest speaker and all wo
men of the Parish are Invited to
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Shelton spent
last week-end in Knoxville with
relatives. They were joined iri
Knoxville by their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Shelton, of Atlanta.
Everylime we're charged with the respon
sibility of filling your prescriptions . . .
you tan be sure of accurate, prompt service!
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MORE ABOUT . ''
(Continued from Pif e 1
Charlie is in the fourth grade at
the Hazelwood school, and attends
Sunday School at the Hatehrood
Presbyterian church. He Is the eon
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Blrchfield.
Charlie is a hustler, and has a
million-dollar disposition always
smiling and in a good humor. This
asset has enabled him to add on
many new customers, which means
more money for him. Charlie Is
saving some of his money, buying
clothes with some, and carrying
some "spending change" wherever
he goes. Charlie is r-jwn here as
he folds some of his papers to be
tossed on his customer's porches.
This photo by Ingram's Studio.
Meet March 17
The Havwood County N. C. E. A.
will meet Thursday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Central Elementary
School with Mrs. M. G. Stamey
County and state officers of the
organization will be nominated at
To Meet Tues.
The Wesleyan Service Guild of
the First Methodist Church will
meet Tuesday March 15, at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Mrs. J. E.
Kluttz. Mrs. Homer Plott will be
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell returned
Wednesday from a visit to relat
ives in Durham and Albcrmarle.
Swiss sentries call through the
night: "All's well. Remember Ar
nold Winkelried." Winkelrled is
a legendary Swiss hero who went
to his death to breach the Austrian
lines in the Battle of Sempach.
BELK - HUDSON'S