Is Planned By
.>iu are being compter] by
lie \?Tian'? Auxiliary of Grace
r.pl-cc?l Church for a Christmas
Barsilwlo be held Friday and Sat
irday mornings, November 30 and
The women of the church are
holding weekly workshop* pre
#paratory to the event.
4 special feature will be the
..U# of dolls with complete hand
made1 wardrobes Other articles
b?ing made by members ot the
Auxiliary include Christmas dec
?rations, under the direction of
Vtiss Lou Elva EUer; stuffed toys
"?? ?i imHaai, ami a|vvviw<
I'll* tUMT will also Include a
irl?lm*.K bake sale with Mrs.
lohert Breose as chairman, and
h# sale of wrapping paper, rlb
'KlL plate mat arts, and candy.
Mr* Hubert Osbt?rne, chairman
of tha bazaar, annoujieed that
ibona wishing to havr outfits made
Cor doll* already In their poaona*
? ion. niay do ao by trlephuning
u?r at GLendalc 6-0274
Members of the Woman's Mis
sionary Union of the Dellwood
Baptist Church met Thursday
morning in the home of Mrs. Fred
Galloway to sew for a needy family
A number of garments were
completed and delivered to the
Following a covered dish lun
cheon a regular meeting was held
with Mrs Lee Evans presiding
The program on "Joy From
Wells of Kalvation," was directed j
Ly Mrs Davis Galloway
Flans were made fpr a work :
meeting to be held November 13 j
to coaiptete artieals for charitable
projects. The group also derided
to send a Christmas box to their :
"adopted" orphan at the Baptist ,
A decision was made to designate I
one day each month for visitation
end a prayer league was organized
*0 meet these who are unable to
attend regular meetings.
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Mr ana Mrs j u Appianuip of ]
Michigan arrived Saturday to spend
the winter here and have taken an
apartment In the home of Mrs. v
T Lenoir Gwyn c
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t'ae HUMUitatneer Want Ads. t
Time To Plant
# Hyacinth* ? Tulips (
# Narrimun i
? Daffodils I 1
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FINE ROSES N
CLYDE RAY'S 5
FLOWER SHOP <
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Long's Chapel Circle
A quilting party and covered
dish luncheon was held by Circle
I of Cong's Chapel Methodist
Church Friday in the home of Mr*
W. B. Noland
The .member* completed a quilt
which will he sent t j the Methodist
Children's Home it Winston-Salem
Those present, in addition to
Mrs Noland. were Mrs. E W.
White, Mrs C. O. Medford, Mrs.
L. G. Dotsson, Mrs. Henderson
McClure. Mrs. John McClure. Mrs
Beeves Noland,. Mrs. T J Klncher,
and Mrs Grover l.eatherwood,
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,PTA Plans Benefit
4 or Clyde bchool Band
A benefit chicken pic supper
kill be held in the Clyde School
afeteria Friday, November 16,
inder the sponsorship of the PTA.
dipper will be served from 5 p.m.
intil 7 p.m Proceeds will be used
o buy instruments for the school
Mrs Carl Glllls is president of
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DES Chapter To Honor
VIrs. Fisher of Asheville
A regular meeting of the
Vaynesvllle Chapter No. 165, Or
ler of the Eastern Star, will be
icld Thursday, November 15, at
30 p in. in the Masonic Hall In
he First National Bank Building
Mr*. Dan Fisher, associate grand
ondui-treas of the Asheville Chap
pr. No 12, will he honored
Miss Ocie Davis
Is Bride Of
Ed R. Stinnett
Miss Ocie Dnvls. foster daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Herman Welch
Singleton, Route i. Canton, became
the bride of Ed Kay Stinnett, son
of Mr and Mrs Clyde R. Stinnett
of Canton, Thursday, November 8
at 6 p.m. in the home of the bridw
Dr. L B Hayes, pastor of the
Bethel Methodist Church, perform
ed the ccremonv in the presence of
the Immediate families.
The bride wore a white orton
street length dress trimmed with
French lace and sequins, and a
matching jacket. Her headdress
was of white velvet and veiling
>no carried a wniic mole. a girt <>t
hoc Sunday School Class of the
Bethel Methodist Church, topped
with a bridal bouquet
Following the ceremony an in
formal reception was held. Those
assisting were Mrs. Fred Hyatt,
cousin of the bride, Mrs, Oudger
Worley. cousin of the bridegroom,
and Mrs Elmer l.lmbo, sister of
For a short wedding trip, the
bride wny a green wool dress
with ioast brown accessories and a
Corsage from her bouquet.
Upon their return the couple will
reside on Sand Itill Road In Ashe
Mrs Stlnnctl was graduated from
Bethel High School and Blanton's
Business College She Is employed
in the textile laboratory of the
American Enka Corporation
Mr Stinnett, a graduate of Can
ton Hleh School, served four years
with the U. S Navy, and U em
ployed by Eeusta Paper Corpora
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Mr and Mrs. Dick Bradley of
Waynes ville and I)r and Mrs
Carey Weill. Jr, of Canton left
Friday for New Orleans where
they will spend this week
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MRS. ED RAY STINNETT ?M married Thursday evenlnc In the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Welch Singleton,
Route I. Canton. She la the former Miss Ocie Davis.
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MRS. FRED CALHOUN. SR.
H'lLl. BE HOME FOR
AFTERNOONS ? J:iO - 4:00 SATURDAYS ? 9:00 - 5:00
?M N. MAIN ST. PIIONE til. 6-6404
/ Wish To Announce
That I Have Purchased
Charles McDarris' Interest
and SUPPLY COMPANY
THE SAME POLICIES AND SERVICE AS RENDERED
IN THE PAST WILL CONTINUE TO BE OBSERVED.
WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO SERVE
YOU PROMPTLY AND EFFICIENTLY.
YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE
WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
RAYMOND K. CALDWELL
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To Get New
Plans for a $116,000 permanent
ramp k>r Girt Scouts in thla area
wcr<* approved at a meeting of the
Pisg.ih Girl Stout Council Thurs
day at St. Paul's Methodist Church
The .lamp will be located ert a
131-acfe tract of wooded !ahd fn
Transylvania County already own
ed by the Council. The camp will
provide for the need* of 96 (iris
and a staff of 20.
Plans tall for ? Unit Plan ramp
which will include three Brownie
Cabin units, each to accommodate
1$ (iris; one lent unit for 32 girls
U1 nun iii'Timir a|(> anu iliir Ami
ondack sheltet unit for girls 10
and older Construction is expect
ed to extend over a three to four
year period as funds are available
At the meeting, which was at
tended by all registered adults
Mrs. R E. Matthews of Brevard
was elected president of the coun
ell( succeeding Mrs Guy Carpen
ter of Asheville Mrs Carpenter
was presented a miniature statue
of a Girl Scout in recognition of
Mrs. W E Keppler of Asheville
was elected corresponding secre
tary and Miss Ursula Nomabell of
Asheville, recording secretary.
Mrs. Tanla Rollman of Waynes
vllle was named to the board of
directors as program chairman.
Mrs. Jonathan Woody was named
Waynesville Neighborhood chair
man to All the unexpired term of
Mrs. Dan Watkins who resigned.
and Mrs William Ray was named
Hazel wood Neighborhood chairman
to All the unexpired term of Mrs
Clyde Fiaher, who also resigned.
Mrs. Aaron Prevost Is chairman
for Haywood County, one of the
secen counties in the Pisgah
Attending the meeting from here
were Mrs. Prevost, Mrs. Woody,
Mrs. Boyd Owen, Mrs. Dwight
Benty, Jr., Mrs Rollman, and Mrs.
New arrivals at the Haywood
County Hospital include:
A son to Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Burrus of Canton on November 8
A tn Mr nn'H Mrc -
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Rlgglns of Waynesville on Novem
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Haney of Waynesville on
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy Wyatt of Ha2elwood on
A son to Mr. and Mrs. Enos
Chambers of Waynesville on Nov
j A .,.r, (? M- U? r>?.1
I. ? luii iv/ I'll aim mir iiiu
Mull of Waynesville on Novcmbei
Tuesday Nov 13. 2:00 p.m. ?
South Clyde?Mrs. H. W Warren
Wednesday, Nov 14, 10:00 am ?
Ir\n Duff Community Houne.
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Local Members Attend
State B And PW Meet
Mrs. Ben Phltlipa, president of
the Waynesville Business and Pro
fessional Woman's Club, and two
members, Mrs. P. II. Gentry and
Mm M. G St^nev. attended a mid
year conference of the State Fed
eration of B and PW Clubs Satur
day and Sunday in High Point Mr
Oentry and Mr. Phillips accoinpani
t th0m to Ilitfh Point nnH want ??
to Durham to attend the Duke
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Haywoofl Nurses Plan
Annual Benefit Supper
The Haywood County Nurses
Club will hold lt? annual boneflt
Thanksgiving supper Friday, Nov
ember 16, at Central Elementary
The meal will be served from
6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Tickets may be bought from
members of the club or at the door.
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Miss Esther Mae Gibson plans to
leave tomorrow for Paas-A-Grilte
Beach, Florida where she will
spend a week's vacation as the
guest of Miss Agnea Shapter
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Tyker Miller, student at the
University of North Carolina, spent
the weekend with his parents. Mr.
ard Mrs. Frank H. Milyler. on
Rolling Drive. He was accompanied
by his roommate, James T. Stevens
af Allentown, Penn.
IS THE TIME
TO LAY AWAY
? AND WE INVITE
YOU TO USB
MAIN ST. #L MM j
THE QUEEN'S COURT at the annual CDP awards meeting last
Thursday night included (from left) Frances Hector of Fines Creek.
Fat Meaner of Upper Crabtree, Frances Frinell of East Pigeon.
Eva Marie Stevenson of Iron Duff. Linda Wells of West Pigeon,
queen Judy Ann Harris of Thickety, Rcva Jackson ofjvpth
Clyde. Joyce Coward of Rate title Cove, Ann McClure of -S?>?k,
Mildred Smith of Aliens Creek, and Jo Ann Caldwell of ^wil.
Woman's Club *
To Hear 1
M. H. Bowles
A regular meeting of the Way- d
nesville Woman's Club will be held i>
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in E
the dining room of the First Metho
dilst Church. n
M. H Bowles, superintendent of Sl
tl* Waynesville schools, will speak
on "What lias Been Done for Our
County Schools and What Remains
To Be Done."
Members of the high school j c
band, under the direction of a
Charles Isley, will furnish special i ^
Hostesses will be Mrs Lynwood
Orahl, Mrs. Grover Davis. Miss
Una Plott, and Mrs. H. L. Baugh- p
Miss Pearl Harris will preside. S
?o Meet Tuesday Night
A general meeting of the Wo
lan's Auxiliary of Grace Epis
opal Church vaill be held Tues
ay, November 13, at 7:30 p.m.
i the Parish House. Miss Lou
lva Eller will preside.
The regular program and busi
ess will be combined with a
owing session for the forthcom
ig Christmas Bazaar.
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Mr. and Mrs. Francis Massie
pent the weekend in Durham with
lieir son, Stanford Massie, medi
al student at Duke University and
ttended the Duke-Navy football
ame. They were accompanied by
heir younger son, Tommy Massie.
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Miss Dody Prevost and Ralph
Tevost, Jr., attended the Duke
Javy football game in Durham on
The Waynesville Woman's Club
is sponsoring a sale of candy as a
money-raising project for the new
The candy is peanut brittle, made
by Heatherly Company of Elizabeth
City, and is packed in pound boxes,
ready for mailing. The box is print
ed with a map of North Carolina
and facts concerning the State
A folder with additional North
Carolina historical data is inside
The candy is sold at $1.00 per
Supplies of candy may be obtain
ed from the LeFuine Hotel, Mrs.
M. T. Bridges, Miss Pearl Harris,
or other members of the club.
Richland Garden Club
Set Meeting For 15th
The Richland Garden Club will
hold its November meeting Thurs
day, November 15, at 12:30 p.m.
at the Waynesville Country Club.
The meeting is a week earlier
than usual since the regular date
falls on Thanksgiving.
Mrs. A. W, Bottoms of Canton
will be the guest speaker.
Hostesses will be Miss Lou Elva
Eller. Mrs. F G. Rippetoe, and
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn.
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To Speak At PTA Meet
Lawrence Leatherwood. Haywood
County superintendent of schools,
will speak at a regular meeting of
the Clyde PTA Thursday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Carl Gillis will preside.
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