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TIIE VrArNFSVllXE MOUNTAlKLtt
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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
SOCIETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES
Office Phone 700-Home Phone 462-J MRS. BEN SLOAN, Society Editor-
.lack I'revost as honored on his
.sixth birthday Friday when his
pun-tils, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Pre
Mt 1. entertained with a supper
rnl at Camp Unagusta tin the
Mr.- Adura l.ea and Nanev
I'revost. young daughters of the
1"- t ., assisted in entertaining.
A color scheme of pink and white
vav observed m the party appoint
r 'iiK and the dining table held a
dc'nialed birthday cake. Places
vtu- marked with favors and paper
The quests included Nicky Tay
lor. Danny and Fred Whisenhunt.
Paul D.nis. ,lr.. Michal Tut tie. Ho.ss
r. I'duin Davis, Victor Brar- j
in ll.niy Sullivan, Carey Howell.
V..! llai her Lynn Kilpatrick.
( iailcitr Watkins. LeKoy Robin-
-i:. . 1 1 k i I Ian is Prevost .
Miss Nanc Prevost was hostess
of a luncheon at the Towne House
on Saturday in celebration of her
eighth birtlulav She was assisted in
entertaining by her mother, Mrs.
A birthday cake with pink and
white frosting and an arrangement
of sweil peas formed the central
decoration for the table and places
were marked with miniature pink
baskets of cand
Following luncheon the guests
were entertained at the Park
Those present were Misses Cece
lia Braren. Marty and Cray Wat
kins Agnes Jane Koberson. Carolyn
Davis. Susan I'revost. and Adors
Want Ads lirinu quick results.
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ltu-.-tt and 7 l..M.
Rt-lVfss A l-ltOKESSION Al.
Clyde Class Elects
Officers For Year
Mrs Pat Cole was elected teach
ir and Mrs W K Lipman. presi
dent of the Truth Seekers Class ot
the Chde Hapti.-t Church last Mon
The members ol i be class elected
their oiTicers during their regulai
monthly meeting al Mrs. How-arc"
Shook s home, decorated for the oc
casion in spring flower arrange
ments. Others elected were Mrs. Ma
Miller, first vice-president. Mrs. Ed
Sanford. second vice-president:
Mrs. Winfrey, third vice-president:
Mrs. E M Buckner fourth vice
president: and Mrs Lewis Mc
Mrs. Shook led the devotions dur
ing the meeting, at which Mrs. Jim
Winfrey. Mrs J. W. Harris, and
Mrs Tom Leathei w ood served as
Refreshments were .served buf
Qualifies As Clerk
Private First Class Boyce Cook
serving with the 155th Station Hos
pital in Yokohama, Japan, has qual
ified as an Army clerk.
His unit is part of the U. S.
The Waynesville soldier, son of
Mr. and Mrs A H. Cook, was in
ducted in the arm yin January,
1947. and went overseas the fol
He was a student at Waynesville
Junior High School.
His new clerk's classification will
help him advance under the Army's
new Career Plan which is to govern
all promotions of enlisted men and
WAYNESVILLE LODGE NO. 259
A. F. & A. M.
Tuesday, July 5. at 8 p. m.
All .Members Are I'rgrd to Attend Masonic Temple
Place In Ohio
Miss Margaret L Green of Can
ton, Ohio, daughter of Mrs. Homer
Snyder of Hazelwood was married
to Emmett Cable, son of Jake Cable
of Canton. Ohio, in a ceremony
which took place at the Calvary
Baptist church. Canton, on Friday,
June 22. at seven-thirty in the
evening. The Rev. Mr Mitchell
pronounced the vows.
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Norman Hammen as matron of
honor and Arlie D. Zinn served as
Following a wedding trip to
Hazelwood the couple will reside
it 908 Fifth Street. S. W., Canton.
By PORTER BROYLES
Approximately 50 Hominy Creek
esidents at a Community Develop
"nent Program picnic meeting re--ently
discussed plans for commun
ty improvements and for distri
ution of the phosphate that has
Hershel Hipps. community chair
nan, was host for the picnic which
vas held at his home.
Host to Beauties
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i jmawnmunn , i,.. .,.
Leo Hii of MorRsnton is spend
ing the holiday week-end with
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ixir. mm Mrs. r.owin uuvu nu
children, Mnry and len ttoweu. oi
Providence, Rhode Ksland arrived
Wednesday for a visit to Mr. How
ell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Buckner of
Asheville were week-end guests of
Mrs. Ethel Hayes Fisher.
Mr. and Mrs. John Woltz and
son of ML Airy arrived Friday to
spend the holiday week-end with
Mrs. Wolti's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
T. Lenoir Gwyn.
Miss Harriet Atkinson arrived
Sunday from Cleveland, Ohio to
spend a two weeks vacation with
her mother, Mrs. C. B. Atkinson.
nd other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Riley of
Greensboro are spending the holi
days with the latter's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Roy C. futtle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rector and
daughters, Misses Nancy and Ann
Rector, have returned from a va
cation at OaytlMia Beach, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill and
daughter, Mary Elizabeth, of Low
land, Tennessee arrived yesterday
for a ten-day visit to Mrs. Hill's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
Dr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cobb had
as guests last week, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Ferguson and son, Joe
Haney, of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Boggs and
daughter and Miss Margaret Jean
Hedrick all of Rainelle, West Vir
ginia, spent last week here as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hel
mick. Mrs. Boggs and Miss Hed
rick are nieces of Mrs. Helmick.
Miss Ann Coman Crawford and
Bill Crawford left last week for
Franklin where they will spend
several weeks with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Murray
of Dayton, Ohio, are here for a
visit to the latter's mother, Mrs.
J. C. Welch.
Miss Jackie Sue Messer had as
guests for the week-end at her
home at Crabtree, Miss Libby
Shontz of Cleveland, Tenn., Jimmy
Tringas of Pensacola, Florida, and
Jimmy Minton, of Miami.
Want Ads brine quick results.
Miss Corn well
As Home Agent
Miss Mary Cornwell mj
duties of Home Demonstration
rv8eiu ui naywooa county on Juh
1 and attended her fir.
meeting at the home of Mrs. W n
ceiMin rnaay afternoon.
Miss Cornwell came tn n.
from Murphy where she served
mai as assistant nome agent and
later as home aeent nf ri,0.i...
County. Prior to going to Murphy
one cu uii me iennessee Val
ley Authority Drneram nf i....
- - " i ic-iuca-
tton and re-adjustment with those
lumuies removed from reservoir
areas of TVA dams.
She was active in ii,i,. ...j
church affairs in Cherokee and is
a leader in the Western District
Home Agents Association.
Miss Cornwell succeeds Miss
Mary Margaret Smith, who re
signed to aceot a Dositi On In T!...-
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv v itiwi,,.,.
of Charlotte are spending the week
end holidays with the former s par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bridcos
Miss Laura Du Breuil. who
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Dubreuil, for the past
month, is leaving Wednesday for
San Antonio. Texas
will enter the Woman's Army Corps
j American VJ
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Vl'ak and all!
can oat h
sk,,,P m and
TrV Scaf s
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Years Of Use
Quartet over 1
9:30 A. M Mo
Miss Fincher Has
By D. L. MESSER
Miss Wilda Fincher. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fincher of
Panther Creek, celebrated her
tenth birthday last Tuesday by
entertaining her Sunday School
:lassmates at her parent's home.
The guests who helped Wilda be
come 10 years old officially includ
?d Evelyn Arrington. Mildred
Chambers, Willie Jo Woody, Doris
Parkins, Sybyi Woody. Louise Ar
rington, Dorothy Arrington. Sandra
Jean Sauceman, Leon Fincher, and
They played games and had re
freshments on the lawn. Assist
ing Mrs. Fincher in serving were
Mrs. Coman Beasley, and the Miss
es Hazel Green, Joyce Clark and
A 20-YEAR-OLD Rutgers University
student, lovely Terry Gualtieri has
been chosen "Miss Atlantic City of
1949" and will serve as official
hostess to this year's crop of visit
ing Miss America" contestants. The
acquisition of her present title dis
qualifies her from taking part in
the national contest to be held at
Atlantic City. (International)
HARRY EVANS GOES TO
WALTER REID HOSPITAL
Harry Evans, Jr., who has been
confined to his home for the past
two months on account of illness,
left Friday to enter Walter Reid
Hospital, Washington, D. C, for
treatment. He was accompanied
by his wife and father.
Mr. and Mrs. Templeton Leckey
will leave tomorrow for Washing
ton, D. C. where they will visit
the former's mother, Mrs. Edith
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prevosl and
children, Billy. Susan, Tommy, and
Ross left Sunday for a visit at Cres
cent Beach, South Carolina.
Waynesville Art Gallery
A joint meeting of the Dellwood
and Jonathan Creek Home Demon
stration Clubs was held Friday aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs. W. H.
Nelson. Mrs. W. D. Ketner, presi
dent of the Dellwood Club, pre
sided. Miss Mary Cornwell. new home
agent, was introduced by Miss
Elise DeLozier, and gove a demon
stration on "More Livable Homes."
The out-of-state farm tour was
discussed and also Farm and Home
Week, which ,will .be held in Ral
eigh August 8-11.
During the business session the
members planned their annual
August picnic meeting and worked
on the program for the coming
Refreshments were served dur
ing the social hour.
SENT TO RIO
10:30 A. M.
8:00 P. M.
This Season We Have Our
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
10:30 A. M.
8:00 P. M.
Hundreds Of Items Too Numerous To Mention
. . The Finest Collection Of Lace Dresden Figures Ever Offered To The Public
For Sale. Valuable Gifts FREE At Each Sale!
TWO SALES DAILY
10:30 a.m. 8 p.m.
In Our New Large
TWO SALES DAILY
10:30 a.m. 8 p.m.
Waynesville Art Gallery
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rippetoe, Jr..
and children, Linda. Constance,
and Floyd Rippetoe, III, of West
wood. N. J , left today for Miami,
Fla., after a week's visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Rippetoe, Sr.
Young Mr. Rippetoe, who is as
sociated with Pan American Air
ways, has been transferred to Rio
do .Janiero. Brazil, for a three
year period. He has been loaned
by Pan American Airways to Pan
Air do Brazil as a flight instructor.
After a week's visit to Mrs.
Rippetoe's mother. Mrs. Jessie
Pentreath, in Miami, Mr. Rippetoe
and his family will leave by plane
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Battle and
three children of Andrews are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rhine
hart. Jr., at their summer home on
the Pigeon Road. They will come to
Waynesville this week for a visit
lo Mrs. Battle's mother, Mrs. G. C.
Misses Dolf and Marile Kienast
have returned from a visit to rela
tives in Jacksonville, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Troutman
of Atlanta arrived Saturday for a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan
MASSIE'S DEPT. STORE
WERE GLAD WE'RE IKI
THE U.S.A. -
LIMITED TIME ONLY
Part Of Our Big Summer
Shirts. Now J
Reg. $1.00 CP
Solid Whites Not Included
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