L cartli Lee C hapter.
fehters of the Confed
E to the annual meet
|Z! district of the North
Kpicion Saturday at S?.
Kileopal Church in
I., 0f welcome was
KT j O. Hendrix of
fun. Harry W. Love.
Lheville. conducted the
fcL Glee Club of Penn
fZ' School presented a
fiompanied by Miss
Lzhier. . ?
LTati P. Thomas of Ashe
Pcd Mrs. Ashley P. St.
IWilmmCton. who was
Li speaker. Mrs. St.
pivision president of the
Ling pages were pre
L, gobin Seroggs, Miss
I Hampton, and Miss
Chrao. members of the
Cr Lee Chapter. Chil
L Cwfederay, of Can
Kliss Sarah Josephine
I officers and special
L introduced by Mrs.
I Miss Pauline Slaught
tton. president of the
lis Lee Chapter, intro
?reports were heard, and
I Annette Rikard, presi
de Anne Carter Lee
hildren of the Confed
I presented a report.
L the meeting luncheon
1 by members of St.
L Seroggs, secretary of
? chapter, was general
L (he arrangements for
I * * *
I Of Pre-School
l To Have Study
? course for parents of
? children entering the
I next fall, will .be held
lay 3, at the Hazelwood
? School. The course will
le regular pre-school
li will be held May 12.
L will be conducted by
Kffe, school principal,
|d Bryson, public health
? Mrs. Bill Cole, first
?rill be given an oppor
Ik questions concerning
?en and the school.
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If the Women of the
I Presbyterian Chtirch
Iheir May meetings on
lay 3, as follows:
I will meet with Miss
le Ouinlan at Prospect
|m. Mrs. Linwood Grahl
I will meet with Mrs.
fcatrick on Breezemont
I will meet with Mrs.
ks on Balsam Road at
kill meet with Mrs.
?Irhy at Lake Junalus
r Extent mome
?ni biHhdcy nn
? Wl or due.'
? treasure uf a
fcauia ike '
\\ ?i? cktruh
STATE OFFICERS OF THE UNITED DAUGH
TERS OF THE CONFEDERACY attended a meet
ing of the First District of the UDC held at St.
Andrews Episcopal Church in Canton on Satur
day. Left to right, seated, are: Mrs. W. C. Tuck
dr of Greensboro. 1st vice president; Mrs. A. T.
St. Amand of Wilmington, president; Mrs. C. O.
Deas of Asheville, district director; Mrs. Clyde
Bradley of Asheville, district secretary. Stand
ing, left to right, are Mrs. J. W. Keel of Rocky
Mount, second vice president; Mrs. Phillip T.
Williams of Charlotte, third vice president; Mrs. J
Lloyd Jarrett of Asheville, corresponding secre- ?
tary: and Mrs. Harry Vander Kinder. Jr., of '
Hickory, recorder of ctossrs.
(Prances' Photo Service) o
Florence Ann Boles and Brenda
Brendall, members of the First
Methodist Church, attended a
Christtan vocations conference at
the First Methodist Church in
Morganton Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Bowles is president of the
youth Fellowship of the Waynes
Patsy Leatherwood also attend
ed the conference as a representa
tive of the MYF of Elizabeth Chap
The conference was attended by
more than 200 young people of
the Western North Carolina Meth
The program theme was "My
Life's Work Through Christ's
? * *
Mrs. Cecil Spencer honored her
niece. Miss Helen Garrett, bride
elect, with a miscellaneous shower
Saturday evening in their home at
Clyde. Miss Garrett, who is a
junior at Greensboro College,
spent the weekend with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garrett.
Informal games were played
after which refreshments were
served and gifts were presented to
the honor guest. A green and
white color scheme was carried
Approximately fifty guest were
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LARRY CAGLE RETURNS FROM
Larry Cagle, chief petty officer,
U. S. Naval Reserve, returned to
his home in Clyde Saturday night
after a two-week training period
at the Naval Air Station, Millvlll,
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By VEXA WINSTON
THE house robe these days is a
disciplined, well-groomed affair,
vastly different from the kimonos
and house coats of other dtya
Neat and nice is this bo use robe
of glazed cotton with a front
zipper closing. Perky standup
collar, two little black bows at
the draped bosom, and puffed
sleeves are attractive details.
Pockets are slashed into side
seams and there Is a black patent
Regular meetings of the circles
of the Woman's Missionary Society
of the First Baptist Church will be
held -tomorrow, May 3, as follows:
The Lottie Moon Circle will meet
with Mrs. Charlie Woodard at 10
The Ann Judson Circle will meet
with Mrs. T. W. Bridges at 3 p.m.
The Henrietta Hall Shuck Circle
will meet with Mrs. G. C. Plott at
The Fannie E. S. Heck Circle
will meet with Mrs. Robert Under
wood at 7:30 p.m.
The Pearl Johnson Circle will
meet with Mrs. L. E. Perry at 7:30
The Annie Armstrong Circle will
meet with Mrs. Emmett Balcntine
at 7:30 p.m.
The Eliza Yates Circle will meet
I with Mrs. Russell at 7:30 p.m.
The Business Women's Circle
will meet with Mrs. Henry Davis
at 7:30 p.m.
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High School PTA
To Elect New Officers
The Parent-Teacher Association
of the Waynesville Township High
School will elect officers for the
coming year at a meeting Monday
at 7:30 p.m. in the school audi
The Rev. James W. Fowler, Jr.,
will preside and the Rev. James
Y. Perry, rector of Grace Episcopal
Church, will conduct the devotions.
Miss Mary Cornwell has an
nounced the home demonstration
club schedule for this week as fol
Monday. May 2, 7:00 p.m.?Good
Neighbors?hostess home of Mrs.
Ray Haynes, Saunook?guest.
Tuesday, May 3, 10:00 p.m. ?
REA Kitchen ? Demonstration
on "Quick and Easy Meals" for
Foods and Nutrition leaders.
Tcesday, May 3, 2:00 p.m.?Rea
Kitchen?Demonstration on "Yeast
Breads" for all Home Demonstra-1
tion Club Women. ,
Both demonstrations given by |
Miss Mary E. Morgan, Extension
Nutritionist from N. C. State Col
Wednesday, May 4, 2:00 p.m.?
Merry Homemakers?hostess at the
"Y" in Canton. Beaverdam?guest.
Thursday, May 5, 9:30 a.m. ?
Happy Homemakers?hostess home
of Mrs. Clifton Miller. Fairview?
Thursday, May 5, 2:00 p.m. ?
Maggie?hostess home of Mrs. Jack
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Tuesday. May 3
Clyde School 9:15-11:13
Frank Stamey 11:30-12:00
Sam Jackson 12:15-12:30
M. W. Dotson 12:45- 1:00
Jack Belcher 1:15- 1:30
Clyde Town Hall 1:45- 2:45
Annie Long 3:00- 3:15
Friday, May 6
ALLENS CREEK - BALSAM RD.
Aliens Creek School 9:15-10-00
E. K Chambers 10:15-10 30
Paul Browning 10-45-11:00
Kay Allen 11:15-11:30
Jack Whlfuer 11-45-12:15
Thelma AfHngton 12:30- 1-00
Saunook School 1:15- 1:45
Barber's Orchard 2:00- 2-30
W. G. Arrtngton 2:45- 8 00
Alien Hyatt - 3:15- 3:30
Miss Mimic Plott has returned
to bar borne on tbe Soeo Gap Rood
Has Meeting J!
A luncheon meeting of the Rich- ^
land Garden Club was held Thurs
day with Mrs. R. L. Prevost, Mrs.
James R. Boyd, and Mrs. J. H. p
Way as hostesses in the home of
I Mrs. Prevost. a
Mrs. W. F. Swift assumed her j(
duties as new president and the
eiub expressed appreciation to
Miss Lou Elva Eller, retiring presi- 7
dent, for her work during her term j
of office. j,
Miss Eller was named as dele
gate to the annual meeting of the
North Carolina Garden Club to be
held in Durham, May 19. 1'
The program was presented by t
Mrs. James Boyd. Miss Louise Bal- 2
lard, and Mrs. James Elwood. They t
made seasonal talks on flower cul
ture and gave suggestions for
handling plants which were dam
aged during the recent freeze.
Luncheon was served preceding ,
the meeting with Miss Eller and
Mrs. Swift presiding at the dining j
room table. The table was covered
with a Madeira cloth and the cen
terpiece was of yellow and white
Guests were Mrs. A. J. Fancher, j
Mrs. 7cb Curtis. Mrs. Ernest Hy- J
att. and Mrs. Troy Leatherwood.
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New arrivals at the Haywood
County Hospital include:
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Wade
Haney of Clyde on April 28.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Myers of Waynesville on April 28.
A dauehter to Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Godfrey of Waynesville on
A son to Mr. and Mrs. William
Mull of Waynesville on April 29.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Aleie
Reece of Canton, Route 3, on April
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chas
lain of Canton. Route 1, on April
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Roger
<sinoiPfon of Canton. Route 2, on
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mil
ler of Canton on April 29.
A daughter (o Mr. and Mrs. Ned
ICunnineham of Hazelwood on
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Hill of Clvde, Route 1, on Mav 1.
A dauDhter to Mr. and Mrs.
Johnnv Chambers of Canton, Route
3, on Mav 1.
A daughter io Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald McClure of Waynesville,
Route 1. on-May 1.
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MRS. HART TAKING
COURSE IN WASHINGTON
Mrs. Lilian Allen Hart, owner
and manager of The Hat Shop, left
Saturday for Washington, D. C. to
attend an instructor's course given
by McCall's Needlework Magazine
in cooperation with National Hand
Knitting yarn Association.
The course started this morning
and will continue through May 6.
Mrs. Hart is attending at the in
vitation of the sponsors.
Want Ads brine quick rcsulU
"I didn't know married life wti I
like this. No love totters, no
flowers, no ctadjrJ And now no I
OFFICERS OF THE MARY CUSTIS LEE CHAP
TER, I'nilfd Daughters of the Confederacy, of
Canton are, left to right: Miss Inez Hemphill,
treasurer; Mrs. J O. Hendrix, finance chairman; 1
Miss Pauline Slaughter, president; Mrs. Don
Scroggs, secretary; Miss I/Oui*e Slaughter, direr
tor of the children's chapter of Canton: and Miss
Clara Anaette Rlkard, president of the Ann
Carter Lea- Chapter, Children of the Confedera
cy. The t|OC Chapter was the hostess group for
the district meeting held in Canton Saturday. J
j (Frances' Photo Service).
Circles of the Woman's Society
f the First Methodist Church will
old their re-organizational meet
igs Tuesday. May 3.
Circles 1, 2 and 3 will hold a
Mnt meeting in the church at 3:30
Circle 4 will meet In the home of
Irs. Jonathan Woody at 7:30 p.m.
Circles 5, 6, and 7 will hold a
aint meeting in the church at 7:30
Circle 8 will meet in the church
t 10 a.m. (Anyone interested In
oining a morning circle is invited
o meet with this group.!
The Wesleyan Guild will meet at
:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. T.
>enoir Gwyn with Mrs. James At
;ins as co-hostess;
* ? ?
Mrs. Edwin L. Jones of Char
otte is spending this week at her
lome at Lake Junaluska. Mr, Jones
iccompanied her to the Lake for
? ? ? ? ? .
Home Clubs Will Have
Special Meetings i
Miss Mary Cornwelfl, home
agent, has announced two special
interest meetings for members of
county home demonstration clubs
to be'held Tuesday, May 3, in the
REA Kitchen. ) .
A meeting at 10 o'clock Tues
day morning will be dn Quick and
Easy Meals. At 2 p.m. a demonstra
te non making yeast breads will
be given. i
Miss Mary Morgan, . foods and
nutrition specialist. < of State Col
lege. will conduct the meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wagenfeld
returned to their home last night
from Ashlgnd. Kentucky where
they spent a week. Mr. Wagen
feld made the trip on business.
? * ?
Mrs Robert Breese is visiting
Mr. and Mrfc. John Norwood, form
er Waynesvlllc residents, at their
home in Washington. D. C.
UDC Chapter To Meet 1
With Mrs. Sam Queen j
? The Haywood Chapter. United
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
meet Friday at 3:30 p.m. with Mrs. 1
Sam Queen as hostess at Queen '
Mrs. Roy Campbell will preside.
' ? ? ?
Long's Chapel Circles -
Plan May Meeting
May meetings will be held by
the Circles of Long's Chapel Meth
odist Church on Tuesday.
Circles 1 and 2 will hold a joint
meeting at the church at 2 p.m.
Circle 3 will meet at 7:30 p.m.
in tihe home of Mrs. Ray Ellis for
a covered dish supper.
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Dr. and Mrs. Mason Crum of
Durham have arrived at Lake
Junaluska to spend the summer
at their home there.
The following persons Inn
South Carolina attended funeral
services for Crawford Glllett In
Canton last Wednesday: Mrs.
Amanda Wright, Mrs. Thexn Styles.
Mrs. Mllley Johnson, all of Green
ville. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Messer
of Greer, and J. T Styles of
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