. Afternoon, May 7, 1951
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN activities
Office Phone 700 MRS. BEN SLOAN. Editor - Home Phone 462-J
MT Armory Arc KvnrrttAJ
District HDG Meeting
hour will be held dur-
a 30 a. m.
400 Honie ueiiuM""
! District No. 2 of the
Churcn nere iu-
,pm will open at 10:30
c Higdon of Sylva, dist
' ...in nresidp and
fcannon of Canton will
try. ' '
ui speaker will be Mrs.
I of Laurel Springs.
western district aeie
n..tin(j of Associated
Women held in Denmark.
i .J U Vfice XTnll
C Munch of Beaverdam
he in charge of music
i,v and will present a pro-
orcan nuiuuns wuuc
Hugh K. Terrell Jr. Mr Wh
K. Terrell of Bethel will Ci
The address of w 'cnm uiii v..,
made by Mrs. Carl Ratcliffe of the
Waynesville Homemakers Club and
greetings will also be brought bv
Charlie Francis, rhai
Haywood County Board of Com
missioners; Mrs. Noah Swafford of
Canton, district president of the
Federation of Women's riiih-.
Wayne Corpening, Haywood County
Mrs. C. O. Newell of the Crab-tree-Iron
Duff Club will conduct
the morning devotional and Mrs.
Paul Hyatt, president of the Hav
wood County Council, will intro
duce the special guests.
Luncheon will be served by
women of the Methodist Church
and the Rev. J. E. Yountz. pastor,
will give the invocation. Special
music during the luncheon hour
will be by the Balsam 4-H group.
The afternoon session w ill be de
voted to county reports of achieve,
ments which will be given in the
form of a skit, "It Will All Come
Mrs. Barber Will
Be Hostess For
Mrs. R. N. Barber, -Sr.. will be
hostess tor-the. May meeting of the
Dorcas Bell Love". Chapter. Daugh
ters of the American Revolution,
Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
in her home on Love Lane.
Several members of the Hender
sonville chapter will be guests at
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'Mrs. John Kirkpatrick of ui in ine wasn. Mrs Kalph
Hyder Mountain ana Bradley of Macon County will serve
Girl Scouts Will Have
Camp Junaluska For Week
as narrator. A report of the Nation
al meeting in Biloxi, Mississippi
will be made by Mrs. J. S. Grav of
A special feature of the meeting
will be a handicraft exhibit from
the four counties In the district
which include Macon. Jackson
Swain, and Haywood. The exhibit
will be in the Sunday School de
partment of the Church.
Committees for the day are com
posed of the following members of
the hostess clubs: Registration,
Mrs. L. J. Cannon, chairman, Mrs.
Horace Crawford. Mrs. James D.
MeClure, Mrs. Cromer Crisp, Mrs.
C. L. White. Mrs. Ceph Clark, Mrs.
P. C. Mann, Mrs. C M. Rogers,
Mrs. George Edgerton. Mrs. Arthur
Dills, and Mrs. R. W. Rush.
. Coffee Hour. Mrs. Paul Hyatt,
chairman. Mrs. Henry Francis, Mrs.
Jimmy Williams. Mrs. Otis Cole,
Mrs. Denton Browning, Mrs. Wayne
Franklin. Mrs. Joe Davis, Mrs. Carl
Medford. Mrs. J. R. Caldwell, Mrs.
J. L. Singleton,' and Mrs. R. O.
Flower committee, Mrs. Will Rat
clilte, chairman,' Mrs. I). Reeves
Notand. Mrs. II. O. Champion, and
Mrs. Ben Phillips,
Corsage, committee, Mrs. Ralph
Crawford. Mis. Malcolm Crisp,
Mrs. Kdwin Hyatt, Mrs. W. C.
Moody ami Mis. Waller Cowart, Jr.
Hostess committee: Mrs. Paul
Robinson, chairman, Mrs. W. D.
Ketner, Mrs. Levi Morgan, Mrs.
Carl Green, Mrs. Troy Leather
wood, Mrs. R. H. Worley,( Mrs.
James MeClure. Mrs. Jack Mc
C'rackon. and Mrs. E. E. Conley.
Handicraft committee: Mrs. C.
K. Rainey. Mrs. Troy Wyche, Mrs.
Cecil Murray, Mrs. Will Medford,
Mrs. Jim Welch, and Mrs. J. K.
"!,!'SL:lj Mrs. Jim Welch, and Mrs. J. K.
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Queen Of May
Miss Mourine Can'er was crown
ed Queen of May of the Waynes
ville High School at the dance held
in the Armory Friday night under
the sponsorship of the THy-Ho
Club and the Student Council of
Miss Carver, who was escorted
by Bobby Robinson, wore a white
satin dress with full skirt, ending
in a train. Little Misses Sally
Gerringer and Betsy lsley were
train bearers and wore floor length
blue dotted swiss dresses with lace
trim. Danny Leatherwood carried
the crown on a white satin pillow.
Miss Viola Mae Taylor was maid
of honor and other attendants to
the queen were Lane Prevost, Helen
Garrett, Vivian Green, Mary Lou
Ferguson, June Bryson, Mary Sue
Morgan, Betty Jo Shope, Bobbie
Jean Radford, and Jeanne Brock.
They wore identical white dresses
with girdles of pastel shades.
The queen was crowned by Lin
ton Palmer, president of the stu
Following the coronation a floor
show was presented by Vivian Sav
er, Vivian Gilliland, Sally Stovall,
Stanford Massle, Jeff Recce, Rich
ard Hipps, Roger Matney, Dick
Hoglen, Betty Felmet, Mary Jane
Rogers, Ann ' Coman Crawford,
May Ann Byrd, and Julia Ann Cal
houn. Margaret Reese was nar
rator. Participating In the traditional
winding of the Maypole were mem
bers of the Sub-Deb Club of the
school Mary Lou Gerringer, Linda
Sloan, Nancy Bischoff, Sylvia Cam
lln, Patricia rBeniJle, Carolyn Ab
bott, Claudine Ferguson, and Nor
ma Jean Winchester.
A spring motif was used In deco
rations for the dance and music
was furnished by Teddy Martin
and his orchestra.
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In Center Pigeon
The Good Neighbors Club of
Center Pigeon met Thursday night
in the home of Mrs. Hayncs Hen
son with Mrs. Oliver Hill as co
hostess. Mrs. Cecil Murray presided and
Mrs. Way Mease conducted the de
votional. Mrs. Jim Queen was elected his
torian for the club and pictures
were taken of club members for
use in the historian's book. Mrs.
Oliver Hill was named second vice
president. Mrs. R. B. Mease, community
service chairman, reported $101.00
collected for the Bethel Cemetery
Fund and plans were made for
the club to hold a food sale Friday,
May 11, In Canton lo raise funds
for the County Council.
Leaders reports were given on
foods and nutrition by Mrs. H. H.
Mease, poultry by Mrs. Oliver Cha
son, house furnishings by Mrs.
Haynes Henson, home beautifica
tion by Mrs. John Shipman, arts
and crafts by Mrs. Cecil Murray,
and clothing by Mrs. Jim Queen.
Mrs. Chason exhibited articles
showing the use of feed sacks for
making men's shorts and sport
shirts and Mrs. Ray Haynes and
Mrs. L. N. Coaburn modeled house
dresses. Mrs. Burder Wells exhi
bited hand-painted china plates
The demonstration on textile
painting was given by Miss Mary
COrnwell, home ageni.
Will Meet Tues.
A regular meeting of the Wo
man's Missionary Society of the
First Baptist church will be held
Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Upper
Room at the church. The Annie
Armstrong Circle will have me
program and the Ann Hasseltine
Judson Circle will serve as the
Girl Scouts and Brownies of the
Haielwood Waynesville Council
will have an opportunity to spend
a week at Camp Junaluska For
Girls. May 31 to June 7, according
to plans made at a meeting of the
executive board of the Council at
The Towne House Thursday night.
Facilities of the camp have been
made possible through the courtesy
of Miss Ethel McCoy, director of
Camp Junaluska and Miss Palmira
Carbajal, associate director and
business manager. The ramp kltch
en staff will also be furnished for
the week'$ period.
Miss Alice Fincher, camp chair
man tor the G. S. Council, will
serve as camp director and will be
assisted by other members of the
Scout organization. A fee of $21.00
will be charged for each girl, $5.00
of which must be paid at registra
tion time before May 20. The re.
mainder will be paid upon entrance
The program will Include all
regular camp activities and a spe
rial event will be the semi-annual
Court of Awards.
Miss Carbajal was a special guest
at the meeting and assisted with
the plans for the camp. She also
invited the Scouts to use Camp
Junaluska each year until a regu
lur Girl Scout camp Is available
Following the camp discussion,
a regular business session was held
and officers were elected. Mrs.
Howard Hyatt was re-elected pres
ident and serving with her will be
Mrs. Boyd Owen, vice-president;
Mrs. Jonathan Woody, secretary
treasurer; Mrs. L. K. Barber, regis
trar; Miss Alice Fincher, training
chairman; Mrs. William Ray, camp
ing director; Mrs. Dan Walklns,
troop organization chairman; Mrs.
Richard Barber, Hut chairman;
and Mrs. Ben Sloan, public rela
A report of the treasurer show,
ed $(524.00 collected during the
recent 5 ifl Scout fund drive and
$2(17.00 proceeds from the Girl
Scout Cookie sale.
200 Gather For
Over 200 people gathered in Hie
Waynesville Presbyterian Church
Sunday evening for the Annual
Roll Call and the Anniversary pro.
The Anniversary program was a
part of the 7Sth Anniversary ser
vice postponed from last November
It included reports on the Woinens.
the Mens, and the Young Peoples
Work of the Church. Malcolm Wil
liamson, Jr., president of the Youth
Fellowship, gave the report on the
Young Peoples work; Hooper Alex
ander, president of the Laymen
club, gHve the report on the Men
of (he Church; and Mrs. L. M
Iticheson. president of the Women
of the Church, gave the report on
Hie Woinens work.
In her report Mrs. Richeson rec
ognized Mrs. Ida V. Brown for the
long and faithful service she has
given as the oldest member of tin
church in point of membership.
Special recognition was also giv
en Mrs. M. G. Stamey as having
been selected by the Women of the
Church as the most outstanding wo
man of the church. Shoulder cor
sages were presented to both Mrs.
Brown and to Mrs. Stamey.
At the conclusion of the program
Mrs. Richeson presented to (he
Rev. and Mrs. Malsolm R. William
son a beautiful silver service (ray
from the women and the men of
the church in recognition of their
tenth anniversary in the Waynes
The Dellwood Home Demonstra
tion club met Thursday afternoon
In the home of Mrs. J. A. Single
ton. Mrs. T. V. Wells conducted
Mrs. W. D. Ketner was named
president to fill the unexpired term
of Mrs. R. B. Ferguson, Mrs.
Wells was elected vice-president.:
Leaders reports were given on
food and nutrition by Mrs. Ketner,
gardens by Mrs. Taylor Ferguson.
dairying by Mrs, Dale Ketner, food
preservation by Mrs. Ferguson,
community service by Mrs. Ketner,
and health and education by Mrs.
A book review was also given by
A demonstration on "The I'se of
Sewing Machine Attachments." was
given by Mrs. J. A. Singleton,
Women Will Meet
The annual Harvest Day meeting
of the Woman's Society of the
First Methodist church will be held
at the church tomorrow night at
7 o'clock. A covered dish supper
will be served prior to the busi
This will be a Joint meeting of
To Have District
Meet In Sylva
A meeting of the Woman't So
ciety of Christian Service of the
Waynesville District of the Metho
dist church will be held Friday
May 11 at the Sylva church, be
ginning at 10 a m.
Officers of all societies In the
all circles and reports of the year's ! district as well as-other members
work will be made by the officers, are expected to attend.
Is Honored At
Miss Edna Summerrow, retiring
president of the Beta Sigma Phi,
was guest of honor at a picnic sup
per given Sunday night at the
Youth Center with two members
of the sorority, Mrs. Harry Lee
Liner, Jr., and Miss Bernlce Har-
rell, as joint hostesses.
Guests. Included the members of
the sorority and (heir husbands.
Mother On Her Day - May 13th
Buffet Serving Trays by KF.NTLEY
(Oriental & Magnolia Patterns $139 up
STATIONERY 4 NOTES BY MONT AG, HOBBY. GIBSON
and THE CAPE SHORE (Pine Scented) $ ,55 to $3.50.
Smith Corona, I'nderwood
SAMBA CANASTA BRIDGi
Plastic, Plain and Plastic
mated $ .89 to $6.50
White & Black
Plain. Zipper and Indexed
$ .85 to $15.00
MOTHER'S DAY CARDS
for Mother, Sister, Wife,
Dauxhter and many others,
$ .10 to $1.00
HANI) PAINTED SLEEPY HOLLOW Pieces from
California. What-not and Shelf pieces and Planters $T00
THE BOOK STORE
Your piitronaui' appreciated.
Immediately following the ser
ipb a recpntlon was held In the
Assembly rooms of the Church
whPre members of the Session and
their wives together with the heads
of all church departments received
the euests. The rooms were beauti
fully decorated with quantities of
Snrina flowers and the tables lad
en with sandwiches and cakes. Mrs
Ralph Prevost, Mrs. W. T. Hannah
and Miss Mary Lu Elwood presided
a! Hip Dunch table. A beautiful
Tenth Anniversary Cake was pre
sentcd to the Rev, and Mrs. W
liamson by D. F. Whitman.
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than any other cigarette!
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