ri PAGE FOUB THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAlNEEB Mond, lay Afte, :rnoon, OF INTEREST TO WOMEN rTrr,T1-nc SOCIETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES . .ro ! MRS. BEN SLOAN, Society Editor Office Phone 700 Home Phone 462-J I'kly Weekly Music Concerts To Be Given At Library n-i f 11 tMl'WW ()f WOO 111' III M " h.. he d at tBVlL-IIMI eoiieei i - the Havwood Countv Library on Thur-dav. June 30. from 4 to ? o'clock in the afternoon. The concents, sponsored by the Wavpf'-viHe Music Club under the dM.t.on of Mrs. Hobert Turner, prudent, will eonsist of record ing from the eollection at the U brm The proKrani to lie niw" tins vtek k av lellows. lleetiiov en s Fu-t Symphony, played by the ienn.i Philharmonic Orchestra; Biahin-' Quintet in B Minor, by the Hu-ch Quartet: Celebrated Operatic Arias, with Bidu Sayas soprano, and the Mcthopolitaii Opera Orchestra, and Debussy's VoOurnev played by the Orchestra Vi Festivals Duhussv. conducted b 1) K 1 nshclbrecht. Oiher programs throughout the M'mnier season will include request Piimhers from the public. Thev v ,11 h,- held each Thursday at the sjpi,. hour Miss Hyatt Wins Lions Club , Music Award .. .. ii, ,tt tti-vear-old Nainei ine Waynesville Township High School min senior, last week was a ,.d a .-uminei scholarship to the ... . ..i insie Camu near l raiis? i Hrevard the V.i nesville Lions flub n ohoiM tin- daughter of Mr. and M 1'cwey Hyatt of Hazel wood has been a member of the school's hand for the last live years. With this aid by the L-ions Club, which lias continuously Riven its wholehearted support to. the school s I... ml. Miss Hyatt is study-in- under John Mack, graduate ot Philadelphia's Curtis Institute of Music and himself a student of Tabiteau. oboist with the Phila delphia S mphony . Mis. lhatt and Kt of her fellow i,...,,) m,.,h,.i left last Thursday to attend the camp, which will con- tinue through the hrst week oi Auiiust II hr tho 1 I'll ivcord collection at the l.i which was started only a time alio, now contains over illnnns many of which arc e Kndi-h i t cm dings They irrulaicd from the library in , nil. manner as books and an k nn: increasingly popular. Mi music lovers are invited to vi-it Hie library for the concerts. Dinner Dance At Piedmont Will Open Season Thi -uiun.er season here will bt oftViali launched with the annual ilii n r-dance at the Piedmont Ho tel s-aiurdav evening. July 2. 'Ihi dance, sponsored by the Beta Si:; Phi Sorority, will be held in the Piedmont pavilion follow-in- ilitmer at the hotel. This will lie the fust of six dances to be sponsored by the sorority this sea son Proceeds will go to charit able projects. Mrs Herbert Braren is serving ,e- -cneral chairman of the July dame with Mrs Charlie Woodard in charge of ticket sales and Mrs. Srhe Bryson directing publicity Advance tickets lor the dance, ivhieh are being sold by members, arc SI. 0(1. Tickets at the door will he SI 73. Music will be by Teddy Mart in and his orchestra. Grace Church Guild To Meet Tuesday A meeting of the Rectors Guild of Grace Church-In-The-Mountains. will be held at 8 p. m. Tuesday at lb.- home of Mrs. Roy Campbell. Mr. John Taylor, secretary, an nounced today. Saunook Field Day Scheduled For July 16 By J KAN H A1.1. Mountaineer Correspondent The Sjnuok Community Field Day. postponed from the original .int.. of June 23. will be held July Hi. at the Saunook School. Chair man Clifford Shook of the recrca 'ion committee, said today. ri,., Mi-i.i.ivon is scheduled to t art at 1 p. m. Members of the recreation com 11 it lee continued working on the details of the community develop ment program event Iron Duff Picnic Set For July 4 At Davis Farm By MRS. HOY B. MEDKORO Mountaineer Correspondent A picnic supper on Frank M. Davis' tann will feature the Iron Dull' community observance of In- deDendence Day. The supper, held in connection with the Community Development Program, will start at ti p. m. July 4 Working on the details is a com mittee including Norman Arring ton and Andy Ferguson. The complete program will be announced soon. Community Chairman J. R. Cald well will preside. D' and Mrs Phil Medford have le'urred from their wedding trip ar.djrp at home at the Clevewill Arar'ments on Walnut Street. Mi and Mrs. Howard Bryson re turned Saturday from a week's ristt to Myrtle Beach, S. C. Rhinehart-Hall Marriage Is ; Announced Mr. and Mrs. N. . Hall have an- nounced the marriage of their daughter. Miss Beulah Mae Hall. I to Vaughn Rhinehart. Jr.. son ot ! V R. Rhinehart of Waynesville. Route 1. The wedding took place in Clay ton. Georgia on Sunday. May 1!9 The bride is a graduate of the in in., nioh School and is allV3WIH now employed at Wellco Shoe Corporation. Mr. Rhinehart hold a position jrith the State Highway Survey. The couple are residing at Way nesville. Route 2. Miss Elwood Is Hostess For Miss Richeson Miss Dorothy Richeson. bridi elect of late summer, was honored on Thursday evening when Mi Mary Lu Elwood entertained will a bridge party and surprise kitchei hower at her home in hast way nesville. Vases of white sweet peas and white roses were used in decorat ing and the bridal motif was nolei in the party appointments. Hi hostess was assisted by her niothei Mrs. J. L. Elwood. The shower gifts were placed u a wagon covered with white crepi oaDer and presented to the brute elect by Harris Prevost. young son of Mr. and Mrs. Whitener Prevost Mrs. Whitener Prevost won top score, Miss Betsy Siler received low. and Miss Martha Stringlicld won the floating prize presented at the close of the progressions. The guest list included Miss Richeson and her mother. Mrs. L M. Richeson. Mrs. Sam Stringlicld Miss Martha Stringfield. Mrs Thomas Stringfield. Jr., Mrs James L. Kilpatrick. Mrs. Roy Parkman Mrs. Guy Massie. .Mrs i. n. Bowles. Mrs. Ted Meter. Miss Betsy Siler, Miss Marguerite Way. Mis- Jane Wvche. Mrs Frank Knutti Miss Bebe Medford, Mrs. Whitener Prevost, Mrs. Robert Millar. Mrs. Carl Rothrock of Reidsville. Miss Bette Hannah, Miss Mary Ann Mas sie. Miss Louise MacFadyen, and Miss Amelia MacFadyen. Mrs. Vaughn Rhinehart, Jr. Kial- "H-L- .v'i'V Mrs Rhinehart is the former Miss Beulah Mae Hall, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. S. D. Hall. Her marriage took place in Clayton, Georgia on May 29. Medford-Erwin Wedding Plans Are Announced Plans have been announced for the marriage of Miss Peggy Dee Medford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray Medford of Crabtree, to Richard Paul Erwin. son of the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas E. Erwin of Bethel. The wedding will take place on July 1, at the Rock Spring Bap-tK-t" xhnreh with the Rev. Mr. Er win father of the bridegroom-elect m I niT and the Rev. uay unamueis uu. i.tina . ... . A program of weaaing niusie w" be presented by Miss urate win, sister of the bridegroom-elect and Mrs. Edgar Burnett, vocalist. Tim hrido will have as tier ma irn nf honor her sister. Mrs. Ward Hawkins, and bridesmaids will be Mice Thomasine Noland, Miss Bar bara Ann Best, Miss Emily Mc- Cracken, and Miss Nina Medtora, all cousins of the bride-elect. Little Miss Joyce Davis, also a cousin ol the bride-elect, will be flower girl. Harmon Erwin will serve as his brother's best man and ushers will be Troy Erwin, Max Thompson, Wallace Crawford of Enka, and Lawrence Medford. Following the ceremony at the church the parents of the bride will entertain with a reception for the bridal party, relatives and close friends. Grated cucumber added to a jel lied vegetable salad gives a differ ent and refreshing flavor. Cominrr T Ci a iU oirQ . James Millican submits a gn( Hi!il Sheriff Victor Killian in Screen (;ini,. i J ...... Ii!v western which opens at the Strand Tin ,i , '. in the cast are Mary Beth Hughes. nMtl, ,, ..' Regular Story Hours Will Be Held At Library T he regular story hours will be held at the Haywood County Lib rary tins week for members of the Vacation Heading Club and any other children who wish to altena. Miss llatsie Freeman will tell the .tors lor the younger group, from :i,s'.' to third grades, on Tuesday uorning at 10:00 o'clock. Miss Margaret Johnston, librar ian, will conduct the hour for the older chillren on Friday at 10:00 o'clock. Any children who have not al ri.idv done so. may join the Read ing t'lub by calling at the library anil registering. Personal Mention Mrs C. E. Rothrock and two small sons, who have been visiting Mrs. Rothroek's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Siler. left Sunday for their home in Reidsville. They were accompanied by Mr. Roth rock and his sister. Mrs. C. A. Ed monds, also of Reidsville, who came up for the week-end. Mrs. Harry Lee Liner. Jr.. and children. Betty and "Red'' Liner, left Friday for a visit to Myrtle I Beach. S. C. Benefit Supper To Be Given At Parish House A benefit supper will be given Thursday night. June 30. at 7 o'clock at the Parish House of Grace Episcopal church under the sponsorship of the Rector's Guild. Mrs. R. R. Campbell is serving as chairman for the event and Mrs. David Felmet is in charge of reser vations. Mrs. John Taylor is also on the arrangement committee. Mrs. Henry Osborne and daugh ters. Ernestine and Lou Anne, and son, William, of Clyde, are spend ing a two weeks' vacation with rela tives in various Virginia towns and Washington. D. C. Singing Meet Set For Sunday At Balsam Church A Jackson-Haywood county sing ing convention will be held at the Balsam Baptist Church Sunday start ing at 2 p.m. Convention officials asked all singers in the two counties to take part in the session, and extended an invitation to everyone to attend. Hay Parker, president of the Hay wood singers, and Vernon Hoyle. president of the Jackson County singi ; s, will be in charge of the convent ion. " 1 AUCTION SALE Waynesville Art Gallery TWO SALES DAILY 10:30 A. M. 8:00 P. M. 7 And This Season We Have Our Largest, Finest Collection Fine Diamond Jewelry . . . Imported Porce lains . . . Watches . . . Clocks . . . Antique English Silver . . . Antique Furniture . . Sterling Silver . . Complete Sterling Flat ware Sets . . . Service for 8 and 12 . . . Art Objects. TWO SALES DAILY 10:30 A. M. 8:00 P. M. Hundreds Of Items Too Numerous To Mention . . The Finest Collection Of Lace Dresderi Figures Ever Offered To The Public For Sale. Valuable Gifts FREE At Each Sale! Lower Crabtree To Hold Picnic On Friday By M1IS. MILLARH FERGUSON Mountaineer Correspondent The Lower Crabtree Community ncvclnpmcnl Club will hoi -J a pic nic supper l-'riday. starting at 6;30 p m . at the mversicie i omuiunn Center. This will be the regular Com- i munity Development Program meeting. Marshall Kirkpatrick, community chairman, will preside. Reading Club ! Formed In Clyde Cbildrrn in Clyde are being giv en an opportunity this summer to participate in the Vacation Reading Club sponsored hy the Haywood County Library. The group is fol lowing the general plan set by Miss Margaret Johnston, librarian, and is directed by the Liyne woman s Club. Story Hours are being held in the Baptist Church Sunday School Room ench Wednesday afternoon at 2 :tn o'clock. Mrs. R. C. Evans with two other members of the Clyde Club are in charge ot the weekly event. Miss Hatsie Freeman of Way nesville will tell the story to the younger group this Wednesday and Miss Johnston will tell one of the Pecos Bill stories to the older i group. Mrs I.er Pennington and chil dren. Judy and Lee Bowles Pen nington, of Gordon, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Miller of Thomaston, Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ray of Atlanta, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bowl es. Mrs. Pennington, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Ray are sisters of Mr. Bowles. Mr. and Mrs. J. Colvin Hrown. Jr., spent a few days here last week en route to Denver. Colorado, where Mr. Brown will have six weeks R.O.T.C. training at Camp Murray. Miss Edna Sumnierrow and Miss Marv Sue Crocker returned to their homes on Saturday after a week's visit to Myrtle Beach, S. C. Mrs J. Colvin Brown. Sr.. of Winston-Salem, is spending several days at her former home here. Shi will be joined next Friday by Mr Brown. Lewis Houck and Jimmy Hast of Cameron, S. C, were week-end Guests of Dr. and Mrs. Phil Men ford at the Clevewill Apart meiiK Mr. Houck is a brother of Mrs. Medford. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Burling of Hialeah Florida, arrived Wednes dav to spend the next four month in Waynesville and are residing at the Keller Apartments. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Sullivan and children spent the week-end with relatives in Anderson, S. C, and attended a Sullivan Family Reun ion. Mi- onH Mrs .inp Reinertson and son, Bruce, of Miami have arrived to snend the summer at their home on the Country Club Drive. Mkc l.neille Cathev of Clyde, left Thursday for New York City where she will join her brother, Frank Cathey of Butler. New Jer sey. He will return home with her In soend two weeks with his moth er, Mrs. Thad A. Cathey. Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Dempsey and daughters. Patsy Ann and Mar garet, have returned to their borne in Harlan Kentucky after a visit to relatives here. They also visited their son, Bobby Dempsey at t ur- man University in Greenville, b. Mr and Mrs. C. W. Senne will leave Friday for Buffs. Virginia to stay until after the Fourth. Nancy Medford, Delaine Sutton Win Dress Contest Nancy Medford was named win ner of the senior group and Delaine Sutton was winner for the junior group in the Dress Revue contest i for 4-H Club girls sponsored hy I Miss Elise DeLozier, assistant coun- ty home demonstration agent, at the court house Saturday. i Winners of second place were j reggy rMOiana, senior, hiio r ranees Emma Yates, junior. Rena Brank won third place in the senior group and Emily McCracken was third in the junior group. Miss Thomasine Fisher presided and introduced the contestants. Four types of dresses were enter-! ed including school dresses, hcsl dresses, sport outfits, and parly I dresses. i Judges were Mrs. O. S. Crews. former home demonstration agent of Bartholomew county. I ml.. Miss Haskell. Belvins, assistant home demonstration agent from Bun combe county; and Mrs. Tom Camp bell, Sr., of the hewing Shop m Waynesville. Competing in school dress group were Wanda Sue and Betty Bnl linger of Waynesville 4-H Club. Azalae Farley of Clyde; liegina Ferguson, Cenie Ferguson. Fines Creek; Doris Collins. Bethel; Susie Noland, Crabtree; and Barbara ATHLETES FOOT GERM SMITH'8 DRUG STORE TELLS HOW TO KILL IT TV... Drm 0mUJE OFRPLY. YllU lllUSt REACH it to make the kill. Use a strong PENETKATIINU lungicme TE-OL, made with 90 per cent alcohol, reaches MORE germs. If not pleased IN ONE HOUR your 35c back from any druggist. CailiiTiiu .1,,; CH ll l .vl ,;(. "riv Ann, ii,' Kram iv and .1 , I'alisie, ui it t. iiniii(.iii2 luanmi KW.fv W a llrs Ii, (. rahii, . o(l . Kn; i I'aliiu r K..:.i : v McCuikir, Nancy Mi'df ami DiIjii,, J competed i tries. LAFF-A-DAY IN 6UMK AC00LM "Mk it snappy, nurse!" PARK THEATRE PROGRAM MONDAY - TUESDAY, June 27 - 28 "Wizard Of Oz" In TECHNICOLOR Starring Judy Garland with All-Star Cast " WEDNESDAY, June 29 TWO SALES DAILY 10:30 a.m. 8 p.m. In Our New Large Building Main Street TWO SALES DAILY 10:30 a.m. 8 p.m. Waynesville Art Gallery Miss Siler Goes To Jacksonville Miss Betsy Siler, daughter of ! Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Siler, left Sat j urday for Jacksonville, Florida where she will assume a position 'with the Welfare Department. Miss Siler graduated this spring j from the Woman's College of the I University of North Carolina. I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Strowd of Chapel Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Pink- I ney Smith and son, Craig Smith, of i Richmond are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hush Sloan. Sr. Mrs. Strowd .and Mr?. Smith ar sisters of Mrs. Sloan. m Coming... THURSDAY & FRIDAY, June 30 - July 1 "The Fountain Head Starring Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal LAST TIMES TOD PS Her RjPl2i2J suffered ...but her M Robert Toung . Shirley Temple i TUESDAY. June 2S I nroS Color Cartoon. "Att IN 01 THURSDAY, Jmj WEDNESDAY DANA ANDREWS MAURHJ '..."..Ml l iyi mm' . Plus WALT DIS" -.iM-cn Starting FBIDAi; ' ' A NEW EXCITING - - ...

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view