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    Philippine WSCS
Leader Conducts
Lecture Forum
Mrs. Emanuelli Valencia, presi
dent oi the Woman's Society of
Christian Service in 'ha Philippine
I-lands, will condu^ a lecture for
um on Methodist work in the Phtl>
ippinea at Lake Junaluska Thurs
dty eventng at S in the auditorium.
This program is sponsored by the
P lutheastern Jurisdictional School
of Mission* currently In confer
ence at the lake.
Misa Dorothy McConnell, edi
tor of the World Outlook, will
(take a brief statement regarding
s rategy and planning of Metho
dist work In Southeast Asia just
p weeding Mrs. Valencia's lecture.
Worship will be conducted by
Er. Flemmie Klttrelt, home eco
nomics instructor at Howard Uni
v rslty in Washington. She will ln
t ude some remarks about Burros
and Thailand.
.Miss Sva Shlpatone. teacher of
I tycholrgy at Isabella Tboburn
l oI lege in Luckow, India, will
r-nder the closing prayer. She Is
vlth tip school In the capacity of
i -source person. She Is a member
c f the international team that hsa
I ten holding workshops on world
understanding throughout tha
< ounfry This Is a project of the
Woman's Division of Christian
tarvlce.
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Mrs. Hudson Entertains
At Dinner In Canton
Mrs. George Hudson was hostess
at a dinner party In her home on
1'.alley St., Canton, Tuesday night j
1 on^rlng Miss Adrtenne Elizabeth
f mothers, brhle-elect of Paul Hen
ron.
'The table was centered with an
arrangement of roses, sweet peas,
and baby's breath, flanked by
1 ghted candles Covars were laid
for sixtaen.
The honor guest waa presented
a gift.
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Mr*. IMitl IMmi, IB# former MM* June Ortwl, aa4 Mies
Both Nkhol* ww* iradoated from Berea College. Bar**. By.. Ml
Jane ?. Mr*. MeliM, <>?rtl?r of Mr. >M Mr*. Boy Cetvard of
Wayneovllle. umlwJ a B8 decree la BaMweea Administration u<
Mia* Nichols, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Boy Nlehoht. also of
Wayneovllle, received a B8 decree la Home Ecaaeaalaa
Teachers Attend NCEA
Meet At Blue Ridge
Three teacher* of the Waynes
vllle township returned last night
from Blue Ridge where they at
tended a Leadership Conference of
the North Carotins education
Association. They were Mrs.
Claude Rogers, president of the
Haywood Cuonty Unit of NCSA,
Mrs. Troy Boyd, secretary of the
Haywood Unit, and Mrs. Lawrence
Roten, building representative of
Central Elementary School.
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Mrs. W. W. Norman, who has
been visiting her aon-In-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Barber, Jr., this week, will leave
tomorrow for her home in Grif
fin. Ga. Mrs. Norman came last
Sunday to accompany her grand
daughter. Mary Barber, who had
keen visiting her in Griffin.
Middleton-Garrison
Marriage Announced
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Garrl
aon have announced the marriage
of their daughter. Sara Jane, to
Ralph Ray Middloton. ton of Mr
and Mr*. Ransom Middloton of
East La Porte.
The ceremony was performed in
Walhalla, S. C. on May 19.
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Terrell Teague Is Now
At Lackland Air Base -
Terrell Teague, a 19S6 graduate
of Wayneavllle Township High
School, has enlisted In the Air
Force and is now stationed at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben K. Teague of Waynesville.
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Want Ada bring quirk results.
Births |
New arrivals at the h?;**ood
County Hospital include
A son to Mr. sad Mrs. Coimaa
iUystt of Waynesvtile on June 1ft
A son to Mr. and Mrs. James
Conard of Waynesvtile on June 1ft
A daughter to Mr. apd Mrs.
Frank Rath bone of WaynesviUa oa
June It.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge
Sheehan of Waynesville on June
19.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Cogging of Sylva on June 20.
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Wheeler of Waynesville on June 20,
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Wathls of Hazelwood on June 20.
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HDC Schedule
Friday, June 23, 2:90 p.m. ?
'unaluska ? REA Kitchen. ,
Monday, June 29, 2:00 p.m. -?
McKimmon ? Mrs. Paul Hyatt
Mrs. H. L. Morgan).
Monday, June 25, 7:30 p.m. ?
Saunook ? Mrs. Charles Beck.
Tuesday. June 26, 1:30 p.m. ?
Clyde?Mrs. H. W. Warren. Jr.
Thursday, June 29, 9:30 a.m.?
4appy Homeraakers ? Mrs. J. 2
"ochran.
Thursday, June 39, 1:90 p.m.?
West Canton?Mrs. Cromer Crisp.
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3 and PW Club Sets
Meeting At Rock Hill
The Business and Professional
Women's Club will meet Tuesday,
June 26, at 7 p.m. in the Hock Hill
School. Dinner will be served by
the women of the community.
Announcements will be made of
ommittees which were set up at
a board of directors meeting of the
club Wednesday night in the home
of the president, Mrs. Ben Phil
lips.
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Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Messer
of the Asheville Road, Wayneaville
has as guests this week. Dr. and
Mrs. Conrad Hall and children,
Faith and Debby of Chadbourne,
N. C.. who were en route to the
West Coast. Dr. Hall is Mrs. Mes
ser's nephew.
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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Messer
spent last weekend in Asheville
as guests of Mrs. Emily H. Ben
nett at her home on Kimberly
Avenue.
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Mr. and Mrs. Thad O. Chafin
has at guests this week Mr. Chaf
in's nephew and his wife. Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Chafiiwof Winston
Salem.
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Mrs. William C. Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Smith, Jr. and
their children, Harriett and Allen,
have returned to Rlverdale, Oa.
after a visit with the Misses Daisy
and Bess Boyd. They came to at
tend the wedding of Miss Wanda
Hipps and Dick Boyd.
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Betty and Mary Barber, daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bar
ber, Jr., left yesterday for Camp
Junaluska For Girls where they
will spend the summer.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Weill, who
have been visiting the former's
oarents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weill,
left yesterdav for their home In
Aruba, Netherlands West Indies.
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Mrs. Charles Rogers of North
Wilkesboro. who has been vislt
ng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JacI
'lesser, left Wednesday for New
krunswlck. N. J? to join her bus
iand who is attending Rutgers
Graduated School of Banking toi
> two weeks course.
* * *
Mrs. E. B McClure had- as her
ueats last week her nephew, W. T
IcClure of Cristobal, Canal Tone
lis daughter. Sandra Kay, of Rich
'?ond, Vs., and Mrs. McClure';
?lece, Mrs O. C. Gray of Ashe
Hie.
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Hazel wood Folk
3aise $1,000 On
Hew Sanctuary
The sale of bricks for the nev
Iaselwood Baptist church brough
n more than $1,000 Sunday, ac
-ording to Fred Moody, treasurer
this amount was above the regu
ar contributions for the bull dint
und. Moody explained
The schedule calls for pouring
he foundation of the new sanctu
try this week. Much of the mate
lal for the new structure is already
in the aite.
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GOOD APPETIZER
Stuffed celery stalks, cut Into '
short lengths, make a delicious tid
ait to" serve with a before-dinner
leverage. For the stuffing you can
ise cream or cottage cheese mixed
vith anchovy paste or chopped
ireen olives; or fill the celery ribs
vith lobster paste; or choose
seabed sardines - and ? mayonnaise
or the celery and sprinkle heavily
vith minced oaraley for attractive
alar.
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WASKING TASKS
To wash a deep vase or Jar. add
dU of wrapping paper to waon
oapy water. Shake well. Aao
aoada la the rinse water will add .
parkle. *
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Where Your Dollars Buy More Goods ? For Less
- IN BED LINENS
FOXCROFT "J QUALITY
49c
PILLOW
CASES
2,or 80?
Cellophane Wrapped
$2.19 Value
^ SHEET
Size 81 x 99
$|69
I
REMARKABLY GOOD BUYS
CANNON MUSLIN SHEETS
77 v 1 AO 1st Quality $1.89
A IwO 2nd Quality $1.79
fi1 v Iftft 1st Quality $1.98
Ol A IUO 2nd Quality $1.89
- OILCLOTH I
59c ? 46 inch Width 50? yd*
69c ? 54 inch Width" ?? gQc yd.
? Brand New Ass't Patterns ?
49c Group /
SHEER COTTON PRINTS ? 39c
Light Colors for Summer Presses
SOUTHERN PREMIUM STAMPS
Slightly Irregular - Summer Shades
JlljjW: w *1?
A Smart Buy In 51 Gauge ? 15 Denier
Women's Sizes - SHORTY SHORTS
*1.98 - Slight Irregulars $ J .50
WOMEN'S 7 Values to $8.95
32 to 36 ^
BATHING $4.95
SUITS ?*
WASHABLE= SKIRTS
$1.98 Group ? SJ.50
$2.98 Group $2-50
$3.98 Values $3.00
Summer Styles ? 22 to 30
RayonltRIEFS
Sixes 5 to 8
Nice Ass't Colors
39c Values
2 Pairs $ J .00
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STAMPS WITH THEM
Girls' BLOUSES
Cottons, Nylons
77c
Sixes 7 to 14
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT RAY'S
FOR MEN
49c WHITE TEE SHIRTS
49c UNDERWEAR SHIRTS
3 for $1??
MEN'S 59c BRIEFS
MEN'S 59c SHORTS
2 for *1??
~ SHIRTS ~ $3.00
SPORT SHIRTS *1??
Sizes 2 ,to 6 ? Children's Dept.
Sizes 6 to 16 Boys' Dept.
Men's Sizes ? Main Floor j
$2.98 WORK PANTS
S $2.65 - $5.00
Let Us Show You
ENJOY OUR CHILDREN'S DEPT.
* $1.98 DIAPERS $J.50
, 39c BRIEFS ? 3 for $ J .00
Y $1.98 Shirt-Short SUIT $J.66
| ? Sizes 1 to 8 ?
$2.98 ETON SUIT ? $2?44
?
GIRLS' SHORTS
59c Values
2 for $ J.00
Girls' Sailor
BLOUSES
$1.98 Value
$J.OO
Children's Sizes
Sizes 1 to 6
FADED DENIM OVERALLS
$1.69 Assorted Colors SliO
BOYS' 6 -16 SPORT SHIRTS
$1.98 Values ? 2 lor *3??
? The Famous E & W Shirts ?
11.79
BLUE JEANS
$?.49
Sizes 6 to 16
Western Cut
WRANGLERS
Slightly Irreg.
Sizes 6 to 12
$1.98 PAIR
2 *or $3.50
Boys' 59c
TEE SHIRTS
2 for $ J .00 -
White and Colore
    

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