,.T Altcrnoon, May 21, 1331
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Bonner will Pent
' .students in a music
'IS n.gM. May 24, at
r7,vde School Auditor
I Osborne. June
Pey Rathbone. Shir
?' ceraldine Summey.
I HC Taylor, Jean
r1 ' ijfriri Hennie
"SU Cashion, Judy
ie Mae Harris.
n. Caroline Henline.
1 ..:u...,J Mnrtran
fninS Caldwell. Audra
fanny v iri,rin
jr,da Pressley, and Jean
. thi the Toy Band
"l.u r.rade Girls will
lL thn direction of
Shulcr, Nelda Cashion
i solo acconiP"""-"
Lbk is incited.
l. rinh met on Thurs
jjS , .
X home oi wi s. ""
jth Mrs. U
.... ir Jack Campbell,
Lent, as in charge In the
d the presiaeni,. ims.
piott The devotional was
Mrs. Fred Henry, ;
L the business session re-
9 M rSlw.l
,n heard on me uisuic
f held in Waynesville and
foods and Cake dembnstra-
ans were made tor me
articipate in the Craft Ex
held at Cherokee May
Lh June 6. The Club also
;0 attend tne COOKing
rarimn as a group.
L' wnortinK were Mrs. C.
I Sirs. J. A. Campbell; Mrs.
md Mrs. Rainey.
demonstration on Machine
tents was given by tne
..ur .Mure tiurt iiauivI
VMHI I.Vint rwiy..
113 Church Stred
;7 Depot Street
Mrs. Carl Killian
Is Guest Oi
Mrs. Carl Killian nt rn
' v u iitm live,
president of the First District of
the State Federation of Women's
Clubs, was thi
meeting of the Waynesville Wo
man's Club Thursday afternoon in
the dining room of the First Meth
MrS. Killian PZVO an -ivn..-...t f
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the State Federation meeting held
ii uioiun in cnanotie and con
ducted the installation of four new
officers of the club.
Those installed were Miss Mar.
garet Johnston, first vice-presi-dent;
Mrs. Carl Mundy, third vice
president; Mrs. Charles Fowler, re
cording secretary; and Mrs. Charles
Ray, treasurer. '
Other officers servine- for
ond year are Miss Louise Ballard,.
i"iutui, iis. j. vt. ruuian, zna
vice president; and Mrs. J. H. How
ell, corresponding secretary.
General reports on the year's
work were made by committee
chairmen during the business
Corsages, made by Mrs. Virgil
Smith, were presented to th of-
ficers and new members of the
club, Hostesses for the tea hour
were Mrs. James R. Boyd, Mrs. Lin
wood Grahl. Mrs. T. L. Bramlett.
Mrs. E. A. Williamson, and Mrs. J.
Will Meet Tues.
The Parent-Teacher Association
of the Crabtree-Iron Duff School
will hold its last meeting in the
school auditorium Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock.
Officers will be elected for the
1951-52 school term.
v m 1 T . . .
Joseph Mack Visits
Pfc. Joseph E. Mack. USMC.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mack of
Lake Junaluska, has been spend
ing a ten-day leave here with his
wife. Prior to his enlistment in
the Marine Corps he was employ
ed at the Underwood Novelty
Company. He is a veteran of two
years' service in the U. S. Army.
Wilson Elliott, formerly of Way
nesville, and John Henry Moore,
Dan Cozart. Ronnie Perkins, and
Chuck Oakley, all of Roxboro were
week end guests of Dick Boyd.
They also visited Mars Hill College
and made a trip through the Smokies.
16 Seniors To Graduate From Crabtree-Iron Duif
The orltl at large may ne'er have
The little woman weak ar.dl worn.
,'. .. Mountaineer-lU,L J-'?:
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A carload of r-Jnafj: -jH H
mil ImiWinc nvef tun--; ' J? titua-
i fio inur wniinn ras ii,i , - . " t -.f.i
But she was loved by. thus whoi"n reeem j. xtwtkiv-- '
Her deed of love and llroughls so
true. ' . i
Though pain she hail for many
Sho bore it all illyut a tear.
Hcr.t-tmrace was a jrtotcd Wwf!
And hope to others St would bring.
The lHuehbots oft would stou and
They d talk o thii. anirtt
that . I
Thoy loM-it lirr spit! of gooillVrf;
Which made her seem tu l)m m
dear. ; '-'k. i
Eight boys and eight girls will receive their diplomas from the Crabtree-Iron Duff school May 20th. Front row. Mascoi vuyiw flaw,,
ins, Helen Ferguson, seated, class president, and mascot C.rovene Davis. Second row. left to right: Barbara Best. Pauline Clark Pauline
x,rinff.o l.vis McCracken Lois McCracken. Frank Chambers, Bobbie Lou Greene, Sara Stevenson, and Bohwe Smith., Ihlrd ww
. ,j ,. - t.- c..,M .a n... ' Nni.n.) Ra.-k rw M I. Hraslev. and Darwin McCracken. (Staff Pholu).,'
Mrs, Gwyn Is
Mrs. James A. Gwyn was host
ess at a luncheon for members of
the Waynesville Golf Club at her
home on the Country Club Drive
A business session of the group
was held following luncheon.
Contest Is Set
F.H.A. And F.F.A. -
Have Joint Party
Members of the Future Home
makers and the Future Farmers
Clubs of the Waynesville High
School held a wiener roast and
party at the Agricultural Hut at the
school Friday night.
rhauerons were Mr. and Mrs.
John Nesbilt, faculty advisors for
the two groups.
The future homcimikers were In
charge of the food and the future
farmers were In charge of the en
Around seventy young people at
tended the affair.
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The annual leading Contest.
sponsored by the Waynesville Wo
man's Club for girls in the Waynes
ville High School, will be held in
the school auditorium tomorrow
morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick, chairman
of the department of education of
lh.. Wnmali's fill. Will OC 111
charge of the program and mne
girls arc scheduled to participate.
Mrs, Wagner Wins
Weekly Golf Event
Mrs. Timv Wagner won the blind-
bogey tournament played uy mem
bers of the Waynesville doll uun
on the regular Ladies Day last
Mrs David Hyatt won the can-,-ista
prize and Mrs. Hen Colkitt
won the Dringc pn.c n""'h
card games the same afternoon.
Oliver Yoimt, Jr., who has been
recalled to duty in the Navy, spent
the week end with Mrs. Yount.
Howard H. Garris, pathologist of
Ihe North Carolina Extension He-
it is soending a few days
Enjoys Hay Ride
Th.. Tallv-llo Club of the Way
nesville Illizh School and a mimber
of guests enjoyed a hayride to the
Pink Beds Sunday afternoon.
Nancy Leal hcrwood and Margar
et Recce, members of me nsi
group, were in charge of the ar
rangements and Miss Alma .lacK-
son. tacullv ituvisur Ul me rum-
Around-forty-five young people
made the trip.
Miss Margaret Johnston spent
the week end with relatives in
Fiiyetteville; She was accompanied
by Mrs. Charles Ray who visited
friends In Chapel Hill.
Miss Kdith Summerrow left Fri
day for Detroit, Michigan for a two
weeks visit to relatives. She will al
so make a trip into Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Howe Taylor Crock
et! of Franklin announce the birth
of a (laughter on May n. mis
crocket t is the former Miss Ruth
Summerrow. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Summerrow of Hazel-
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. l.chnhard of
Paducah, Ky., have moved to Haz
el wood to make their home. Their
daughter, Miss Pearl Lehnhard,
ami Miss Inez. Gregg, owners of
The Waynesville Gift Shop, will re
side with llicm.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidocy I. Itudisal
have returned to Iheir home in
Newport News, Va . alter a visit
to Ihe former's parents, Mr. and
Mis Thomas Itudisal, al Hazel
wood. i t
Daih airing of blankets in use
mil only is a good sanitary prac
tice bill helps I hem last longer
and bold their fluffy warmth and
Planned For v
Her fingers ne'er wrre idle long,.
And in her heart thf'rc was a sonj
As back and forth her needle flew
For fancy work she loved to do.
: : I!. !
Reside the window Jhere she sal
And crocheted dollids. ruiSOl'.
i i is.. .,..-
White Oak. lotfs, twA5 Hiem
intii some actiotvj" .'Tw4I our
sld-rcads. -Lnfer-f ranch .and
Sieved "CrC f't only for
on the two n4'$ave children
r'Uhihenr rder;to attend
sclioor , ty frr,jore man
they are-'getum s Uxplyen.
The time has been exjendad on
AnJfi4'jiulv tr person
Lwacwivl14ik.ko brcoim a mem-
0tWHf.niWI June I rersons
uMCiffel,v,v,Ct;t in ttucn wim
Pyui5'Hk-cStjil.ti GcWc Bo--fiiU'i
w'Wft Kaltli luoner in
.fllretiltsto'lHliavis al?the Hay
is aaminiMraiur lur nc
The window view w
The fairest garden
s one io see:
Announcement has been made.hf
two commenccnient programs to be
held in the Crabtree-Scbool audi
torium this week. I
Thursday night at I) o'clock the
primary grades will present a May
Day program featuring the corona
tion of .luanita Morgan, fourth
grade student, as May Queen.
Hazel Given. Eva Stevenson,
Hilda Mathews, and Mary Ethel
Caldwell will be attendants to the
queen and Beverly Chambers and
Frieda Ann Hill will be ladies-ln-
waiting. Gene Glance, Gerald Fer
guson, and Phillip Davis will be
cast as Robin Hood and bis men.
Friday night at It o'clock stu
dents from the fifth, through the
eighth grades will present a play.
"The Unhappy King". Special mu
sic will Include numbers by the
school hand and flutists from thr
lillb and sixth grades.
fh dahlias rich, ajd biiWU' hd
llw pride iwioy aslhe Mwiki var
Tfie "glads'-' L'rc tfcerc Invari
'.CWiite .v'3 I
Fibh ki-W-'Kh si4 aniliinpvningj
HwlJAw'ei'sfuio chiixh tiiey wf
T Jjfaee theSllW tey were sent,
Uifelfc anaWe "to attend
.Wl?h dher ; spirits! hers would
:Y blend. .t'
Ths Uf,e,'she lived for months and
JMdV we're the ones who shed the
, tears. , , ...
lief hands art 'Villi' '"io move
llirct'whjre h qow bJ
tin. lMioulatuin of this cl
Mrl'ahtt Mrili "ttjim! Leord hav
a bbv dautmcr end Mr land Mrs.
Rodiiet' rTanrtih.'.lff on. Conpatu-
atlo U botjb Tamil ics. 1
IvunuVr ihWel fl! the I bride of
tfrte (i,Mt.iWH:iW forlner Miss
NcU' Rose M Canlfln. J
Rowe Ledlord jVih Telgue Wil.
ItuUs-urBt !bvoiVV: dayi
lfclkVV,- Wlwle there th
UiUL UoD iiiiT'N
formerly of White Oak
Her life wWli u's '"oh earth is o'er.
But we shali'ne'cr forget her love.
And hope to meet In heaven above.
the RatclifTe Cove Home Demons
tration Club at Us meeting 'to
Where pain and sorrow enter not
But Joy and peace will be our lot,
M. B. Lcc.
May 15, 1951.'
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Dnn'l wall unlll the Chrisliiias
rush to bring the season's decora
tions out of hiding. Perk up
wreaths, rlhlmns mitt tree orna
ments now and save ihii m'II I nun
a ( bore later F.veli lai ni' heil tin
sel ' should sparkle again alter a
soap and water bath. Swish il in
a basin of lively warm suds, rinse
and snread on a towel In dry
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