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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
MARCH 22, 1949
jgTY and CLUB
On Tour With
ACTIVITIES College Choir
MRS. HEN SLOAN, Society Ftlitor-
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Club Meets With
Ttu Maggie Home Demonstra
tion t'lul) luel Thursday afternoon
at Itie home of the president, Mrs.
Herbert I'lolt. Mis. Plott presided.
Tlie program included a demon ;
tralioii on "Better Breakfasts" j'iv
by Miss Mary Margaret Snuih,
lioine demonstration agent.
Hepurls of project leaders in
el'ided gardens, Mrs. C. 1.. White,
who discussed "Insecticides To
Use"; clothing, Mrs. Herbert I'lolt.
who discussed "Splint! Fashions";
home bealitification, Mr,. Dave
Plott, whose subject , was "How to
DiM Dahlias and How to Yune
hoses"; and family life; Mrs. V.
Heading reports were also giv
en Mrs. Dave Plott reviewed "Val
ley of Decision," "Life With Fath
er," "One Foot In Heaven." "Papa
Was a Preacher," and "Mama's
Bank ' Account". Mrs. W. 1'. Boyd
reported on "One Foot In Heaven."
and Mis. C. L. White reported on
"The Kgg and I."
Kefreshments were served by
the hostess following the meeting.
Officers To Be
Installation of new officers will
be held at the regular mA'ting of
'the Order of the Eastern Star
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Grady Farmer, worthy ma
tron, will preside and the instal
lation service will be conducted
bv the following grand officers:
Mrs. Annie Howell, Mrs. Grace
Queen, Mrs. Willie Francis, Mrs. I
Louis Campbell, Mrs. Dollie Fer-J
guson. Mrs. Louise Leatherwood, I
and Mrs. Dorothy Crawford.
The new officers include: Mrs.
Evelyn Sutton, worthy matron:
Paul McElroy, Jr., worthy patron;
Mrs. Louise Liner, associate ma
tron; Everett McElroy, associate
patron; Mrs. Nellie Clark, conduc
tress; Mrs. Maude Massie, asso
ciate conductress; Mrs. Olive
Green, secretary; Mrs. Grace Cur
tis, treasurer; Mrs. Ruth Green,
organist; Mrs. Alma McCracken,
warden, Mrs. Ruby McElroy, chap
lain; Mrs. Ethel Bradley, Mrs.
Theda Crawford, Mrs. Sallie Rus
sell, Mrs. Harriett Gibson, Mrs.
Vclnia Crawford and Mrs. Minnie
Miss Elaine Francis spent last
week end in Greensboro as the
guest of Iter sister, Miss Virginia
l-'raneis. who is -a student at Wo
Has Program At
E. A Williamson v. as in
ol the program at the
meeting ul the AVavnesville
Club winch was held
atlernoou in the Asseni
ol the Fiist I'reshvteii-
Frank Kinsey, pu-si-
Mrs. Williamson spoke on the
American Home She also present
ed Mrs. J. McCracken and Mrs
Howard Bryson ot the District
Health Department, who showed a
lilm on Cancer Control.
Mrs. Raymond Lane, chairman
of International Relations, talked
hi it lly on World Conditions.
Music lor the atlernoou was in
'liar;v of Miss Hay Ballard. She
J presented Miss Grace Benton, solo
j'st. who sang "American Prayer,"
by Vincent Hose and "All The
i Tilings You Are." by Oley Speaks.
Three new officers were elected
, as follows: Miss Louise Ballard.
Iliist vice-president; Mrs. William
j Cobb, secretary; and Mrs. Virgil
I Smith, treasir er. Other officers of
the club who will continue for an
other year are Mrs. Frank Kinsey.
president: Mrs. Carl Mundy
ono vice-president; Mrs. Linwood
Grahl, (bird vice-president: and
Mrs. C. H. Eckholf
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick was elect
ed delegate to the State Conven
tion of 'omen's Clubs to be held
in Goldsboro on April 21, with
Miss Louise Ballard as alternate.
Mrs. Kinsey will also attend as
Hostesses for the afternoon were
Mrs Grover C. Davis. Mrs. Frank
Ferguson, and Mrs. Virgil Smith.
Louis Rogers, student al State
College. Raleigh, is visiting his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rogers
Donald Rhea, son of Mr. and
Mrs V M. Rhea of Hazelwood. who
is a student at Georgia Military
College, has been chosen as a
member of a choir made up of
students from Georgia State Col
lege for Women and Georgia Mili
Tlie choir is now on a concert
lour of several states, including
Virginia and New York and will
appear in Washington. D C. Young
Rhea will sing the leading parts
in two numbers on the concert pro
gram. On Wednesday. March T.
the choir will broadcast over NBC
network from Radio City, at 1 p.m.
Tuesday, March 22nd
MORNING ST AH
lingers' Filling Station 9 1 f
Morning Star School 11:0.1-
ll tie s Store l:
C. M. Stanley Grocery 1
Civ de School 2
1 :v 1 2
1 00- 1
llaclwoud Town Hall 10:110-11
Friday, March 2Mh
Mrs. Frances Rogers
see- i Fines Creek School
Mark Ferguson's Store
G C. Hooker
Mrs. (). w. SholUui
1 1:00-1 1:1.1
1 1:3(1-1 1:4:1
1 : 1 .1
Monday, March 28th
I RON DUFF, CRAHTIt Fi
ll VDEK MT
Mrs. Fannie Dave
W. C. Davis
C. O. Newell
C. L. Hill
.1. M. Davis
M, H. Kirkpatrick
C. T. Ferguson's Store
oundinti of pres
,n operation that
Phfd or mass
Pounded to your
the letter your
p Our pharma-
y Prescription as
F' will permit.
N and Operated
Dr. Phil Medfoi-d spent last
week end in Gainesville and At
lanta. Ga. He attended the wedding
of Miss Shirley Palniour and James
G. Harrinian in Gainesville Satur
Russell L. Young. ,lr.. who is a
student in the post graduate school
at the University of North Caro
lina, is spending the spring vaca
tion with his parents. Rev. and Mrs.
H. L. Young.
And Mrs. Frost
Mrs John N. Shoolbred and hei
twin sister. Mrs. Horace Frost, held
open house Saturday afternoon at
the home of the former in ob-
! servance of their eighty-third bi it h-
! day anniversary.
Special guests for the occasion
were Mrs. R. E. Wood of Eliza
bethton. Tennessee, daughter of
Mrs Shoolbred. Mrs. William I.
Long, granddaughter of Mrs. Shool
bred. and Mr. Long of Raleigh:
Mrs. Frank Siler, niece of the host
esses, and Mr. Siler of Elizabeth
Ion: and Corded Hamilton of Des
Moins. a cousin of the hostesses.
The residence was decorated i
throughout with vases of spring
Mowers and potted plants, which 1
were gifts of friends. I
The dining table was covered
with an antique linen cloth and
centered with a large birthday
eake decorated in yellow and green
and flanked by yellow candles in
silver holders. Arrangements of
ioniiiils and iris were also used
in the dining room.
Around thirty friends called dur
ing the afternoon and Mrs. Shool
bred and Mrs. FroM received many
messages of congratulation.
Mrs. Shoolbred is the former
Miss Molly Toneray and Mrs. Frost
is the former Miss Rachel Toneray,
twin daughters of Col. and Mrs.
Charles Toneray. of Elizabetblon.
Tennessee. Mrs, Shoolbred has re
sided in Waynesville for the past
lorly years, having come here with
her husband, the late Mr. Shool
bred She is a charter member of
the Waynesville Woman's Club, a
member of the Dorcas Hell Love
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, and an active
member of Grace Episcopal church.
She has also been active in I he
social life f tlt, town.
Mrs. Frost, who made her home
in Fliabethton following her mar
riage, has been residing here with
her sister since the death of her
husband a few years ago. She
was also active in social and re
ligious affairs in her home town.
Mrs. Rogers Will Bo
Host To Class Friday
I S,, l.il i,, 'I l, t ,,i,.,. I
The May Green Bible Class of
Clyde Methodist church will hold
its monthly meeting at 7:30 p. in..
Friday al the home of Mrs. Grady
Plans have been announced for
the vied. ling of Miss Betty June
McCracken. daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Carey McCracken. of Lake
Junaluska to Thomas M. Ray. son
of Mrs. Bonner Ray, and the late
Mr Hay of Waynesville.
The ceremony will take place
at the Lake Junaluska Methodist
Church on Wednesday. March 23.
at tour o'clock in the afternoon
with the Rev. U. P. McCracken.
grandfather of the bride, officiat
ing. A program of wedding music will
be presented by Miss Peggy Mc
Cracken, cousin of the bride, pian
ist, and Miss Mo.elle Liner, solo
ist. The bride will be given in mar
riage by her lather. Attendants
will be Miss Mary Ann Massie.
cousin of the bridegroom, maid of
honor: Misses Katherine and Ca
reen 'McCracken. sisters of the
bride, junior bridesmaids: Patricia
Ann Carvalho. flower girl; and
Eddie Wealhei by , cousin of the
bride, ring bearer.
Jack Noland will serve the
groom as best man and ushers will
be Noble Garrett. Jr.. William
Dover, Wingate Hannah, and Paul
Wedding guests will be confined
to members of the two families.
Mrs. Will Hyatt To
Address Clyde Group
Mrs. Will Hyatt of Waynesville.
district secretary of spiritual life
for the Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service, will he guest speaker
al a general meeting of the Clyde
Methodist church society Thurs
day at 2 ). m.
Members of both circles of the
group are expected to attend.
Match Slated At Clyde
Clyde School Parent-Teachers
Association will not hold its meet
ing this Thursday as scheduled,
but will observe Father's Night on
March 24 at 7:30 p.m.
The main attraction of the event
in the school auditorium will be an
old fashioned spelling bee with the
Mas and Grandmas spelling against
the Pas and Grandpas from the
Blue Back Speller.
Persons interested i n entering
the contest may contact Mrs. Bill
Morgan or Grover Hayncs.
Mrs. Cannon Heads New
Circle A: Civde
, 'I I,.' VI , , . ... .. ,
Cannon was elected
the newly organized
Woman's Society of
(s,. i,l i
Mrs. R. C.
Christian Service, at Clyd
dist church Friday night.
The new circle will hold even
ing meetings and is designed pri
marily for business women.
Other officers are Miss Lucille
Cathey, vice-chairman: Mrs Larry
Cagle, secretary: and Mrs. Ernest
Sell By I'sing The Want Ails
Cast For School 1
Play Is Chosen I
The cast for "rteady Made Fam
lly." a three-act comedy to be pre
sented by the Junior Class of the
Crabtree-Iron Duff school has been
announced as follows: Joan Med
jford. Lucy James, Dorothy Lee
Noland. Carroll Smith, Ann Cald
well. Ralph Elkins, Hilda Best,
! Salhe Kate Bryson and Billy Welch.
The play will be given on April
.7 al 1 he school.
1 It picked up horned toad? may
pull themselves out, or deflate
We have been selling, and servicing GOODYEAR
TIKES. We are priviledeil to make on-the-spot ad
justments when necessary.
Our sales in OOODYKAK TIRhS in relation to
population served have led the State for more than
You made that statement possible and in return
we offer you the IJl.ST FIRST LINi: TIKK sold today for
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anj on'v Camels, for
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