THE (CAROLjNA MOUNTAINEER
SOCIETY AND PERSONAL
For Yesterday is but a dream
And Tomorrow is only ST.yistpn,
Well lived, makes ftyerxJfeaterday
A dream of happiness,
And every Tomorrow a vision of hope summer ' as
Look weH, therefotfivta the .day,.
Such is the salutation of the dawn.
From the Sanskirt.
Dr. and Mrs. Liner, Mrs. Taylor
, and Mrs. Hayes Alley were Asheville
; visitors last week.
j Mr: Noah Harrison of Mlcadale was
in town Saturday.
I ''Mift Ella Smathers, who spent the
winter lh Atlanta, has returned for
the summer and is at the Willis
Miss Lois Briras left vwterdav for
Franklin where she will spend tjhe
councillor in Camp
Will teach French
Mrs. B. F. Barton and Miss Eva
Smith of Greenville, ,5, C. arrived
last week for a visit' to relatives here.
Mrs. Barton returned to her home
Saturday, but Miss Smith wiir remain
for a while longer visiting the Bridges
Cobles and Maxwells.
Miss Harriet Baniii$of t
WaddeH Dance studwf ttetv?
is in town for the summer and will
connduct classes iii-ljulchjf Sat t5e
Community Club. JLCCi
Mrs. Zene Hovia and ..famiiy. of
Chariotte stopped here en coute to
their home and were guest ot Mr.
and Mrs; Wesley Browrrfor aday or
so this week.
Misses iLavada Palmer and-5yil
ispencer spent Monday in Asheville
MU ISara Kill Hannah has re
turned from Lexington 'where i she-.
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IS111WJ B (.Villi VI VWtlfa. .
. Mh Robert HowfelT, lie grand
daughter, Mrs, Edith Lewis-ran M.
' LaGrande Howetl of Los Angeles are
expected within the next few-days, to
spid the summer here wjth Hrmi Willi Freeman, and Mrs. John Bow
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Phillips of Miami
arrived by motor the Iftrst of the week
and are occupying their residence on
Miss Josephine Thomas spent last
week-end in Black Mountain as the
guest of Miss Minnie B. Doar.
Mrs. Alden Howell, Jr., Mrs. Chas.
Hard of Elyria, Ohio and Miss Thom
as motored to Asheville Friday.
Miss Julia Kirby of Gaffney, S. C.
is to be assistant in the Western
Union fdr the summer,
Mrs. W. H. Liner has as her guest
fo'rthe summer, Mrs:-' Lowell W,
Taylor and her young daughter who
reached here last week. Mrs. Ear)
King, also of Memphis, expects to
Join them today.
Misg Florida Kent, who has been
the guest of Miss Janie Love Mitchell
for a fortnight, left Monday for her
home in Sylvania, Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Foy, Jr. and
Henry, 3rd, of Wilmington, arrived
Monday morning for visit of several
month with Mrs Foy's oa rents, Mr,
and Mrs. J. P. Herren.
Mrs. Charles Dunn, who was Miss
Howell's niece,. Mrs.; CtthfcfC JlaineJ',
Mrs. Howell is the widow, of the late
Robert Howweil and si&tr-in.Um f
Capt. Alden Howell.
en, who was Miss Beatrice Freeman,
arrived Sunday from Akron, Ohio, to
visit their father, Mr. R. V. Freeman
for a fortnight.
. T. Wildet of FliaUMidwm.i Miss Sue Willard Lindsley. spent
at Mrs. Schenck's for a fewuays.-
Jack Schenck of Durham is here on
a visit to his mother,
chenck: . , . -7
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Patterson and
children are on a ten days' visit to
Mrs. Patterson's old home in Rob
binsville. Mrs. Parker of Greenville, S. C,
who has spent the past eighteen sum
mers in Waynesville, is again at Mrs.
Schenck's where she will remain until
Mrs. R. C. Jenkins and Miss Dor
othy Jenkins of La Belle, FlQridii hye
had an apartment at Mrs. Crawford's
for several weeks. They expect to
join Mr. Jenkins in Atlantic City some
time in July.
Allan Black is in Charlotte for
Mrs. S. T. Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Graves and Joe Graves, Jr. have re
turned from a motor trip to ' Bristol,
Itenn., where they visited for some
Mr. Robert Brown of Cullowhee
spent the week-end in town with Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Moody.
Mr. and Mrs. Je Tate have return
ed from motor trip to : "Greensboro
where they spent several days.
Rev. Chas. F. Owen of Plott was
in town Tuesday. '''-- '''
Mrs. Louis Roused and -children' of
Knoxville have arrived for the sum
mer and are visiting her father, Mr.
W. M. Tate.
Rev. and Mrs. A. V. Joyner of Can
ton, Miss Lily Mae Phelps of Wil-
Monday in Asheville,
Mr. and Mrs. Wim. A. Band have
as tkiejr guests, Mr.' Band's sister,
Mrs. Lenox Flow and her son, Lenox,
Jr. of Spartanburg, S. C. Mrs. Flowe
will upend the 4th here.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith of Ashe
ville have been guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Band during the week.
Hon. Welch Galloway of Brevard,
representative in the State Legisla
ture,' was in town this week. .
Messrs. Scott Brawfcy, 'Verne
Blaekwell and Otis Henrickof Lenoir
were Waynesville visitors a few days
Miss Sue Ray of Colgate, Okla. ar
rived the first of the week' for a ex
tended "visit with her cousin, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. PurceH of St Pe
tersburg, Fla. are' in 'town for the
summer1, and "aret'-storiping at ' the
Dunham House. ' !
Misses Anna Ray and Fannie John,
son left Sunday by motor for Green
ville, S. (?.,' accompaning Miss John,
son's ' house guests that far on their
journey to 'Daytona.
Mr." and MrWwilliam H. Clark of
Ttsmpa are spending a month or so
with Mrs.' Clark's' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Ray. They came the first
o the Week.
Mrs. H. M. Sautrferig of New York,
who snent some time here two yea,rs
ago, is at Mrs. R. H. Mitchell's for a
Misses Nan Horton and Helen Hot.
ton of Harriman. Tenn., who have
mington and Miss Rena Forest Joyneribeen vjsitjnt Mrs. Roy Plott in StatesT
were in town luesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Coman of
Lubback, Texas were in town" during
the week visiting Mr. Coman's sister,
Mrs. W. T. Crawford. : "'
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Sjostrom of
Miami are at Cherokee Inn for the
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur of Miami are
stopping at the Gordon for Several
months. Mr. Arthur is a' p'romifriht
realtor of the Florida city. ' "'
Mr. Fred Jackson and family of
Birmingham are occupying their cot
tage at the Lake
The Davies property adjoining the
Suyeta Park has been bought By Dt
John Smathers and Mr". Foot for
improvement and development.
Messrs. J. W. Reed of the Waynes
ville Furniture Company and Rufus
Siler 6f the Unagusta Manufacturing
Company are in Chicago this week
attending the furniture market '. '
Mrs. Grady Boyd has as hrgttijW
for the "summer her aunt, Mr.' Cor
nelia J. Allen of Columbia:, Mrsf j
Aucn came me mrsi 01 i"o wwi.
Mrs. J. W. Reed and Clyde Riyi 3r'.
motored to Asheville Wednesday '16
meet Miss Marie Merrisey and her
accompanist, Ms Violet Martens)
They, lunched at the Vanderbilt and
returned to Waynesville in the afternoon.
.' MIkj Mildred Crawford if society
editor of the Carolina Mountaineer
for the ' summer. Any items' of jpene'r.
al interest may be phoriei to ?5J-J
or is?.- ,
Mrs. Semmefc wllf nUjrtain. for.
Miss Morrisey af Ur ihe" coijert this
evening, ' .
M:ss Grace Plott whp .was eperated
on recently for a ppendjeitit: recup
erating at the home o('hyijarentr,at
wille for several weeks, arrived In
town Wednesday for a short stay
with friends. Miss Helen Horton has
been teaching in Kingsport, Tenn. for
the past year. They are both very
pleasantly remembered in Waynes
ville, having lived here several years
before going to Tennessee.
Col. and Mrs. J. R. Pepper of Mem
phis arrived by motor the first of
the week and, are at their home at
Mrs. Bradley Haviland arrived from
Atlanta Friday and wil( spend
few days with her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. S. C. Satterthwait. Her young
daughter, Barbara, who has been vis-'
iting here for sometime will return
Mrs. Nettie Patrick of Mars' Hill
came Sunday for an extended visit
with, her son, J. C. Patrick, at his
home on the Asheville Rod.
Mr' George Patrick of Mars Hill
was a week-end visitor here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boone, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Edwards. Mary Ed
wards and Emmett Green motored to
Mr. G, Y. Mebane of Asheville
spent the wevk-end with Mrs. Mebans
at Mrs. Moody's.
Miss Janet Quinlan went to Mon
treat yesterday for a short, visit with
a school mate. Miss Margaret Mc
Kinnon, who is spending the summer
Mrs. B. C. McVey of Biltmore was
the week-end juest of Mrs. J. W.;
Mr. Hooper Keith of' Birmingham ;
arrived Monday to spend the summer
with his uncle and aunt, Rev. and
Mrs. J. V. Mangum. j
.'.Mrs. H. J. Goodin of this city isi
having a delightful visit in Hickory
jjss the guest of Miss Norma E4mwd-
Rev. J. T. Miiwum and Rev. Jdhai
A, Taylor left FrHday for SeadbrW.j
Fla., where they wiU speSity several 1
days. i . .
Mrs, Frank 'Henry returned Thurs
day to' w?rtfet.in Graiin.'W tV
after a week's1 visit withmer' sister, 1
mrs. Mary iviugore.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Herman have;
had as' their guests 6ver the week-end j
Mrs. Herman's mother, Mrs. Claudia
Henderson, Sullivan and Mrs. and i
Mrs. Tom Henderson of Hickory.
Mrs. Chas. E.TJuihlan, Misses Eliza
beth Quinlan and Frances Denton
spent Wednesday ; in 'Asheville.
Mrs. Bivens of Albemarle an. M
Batten of New York have arrived in
town fd" a ' visit of several weeks
with their sister, Mrs. S. H. Bushnell.
Bob Woodard spent Friday in Black '
Mountain- - I
Miss Eleanor Atkinson, who is to;
be graduated from -John. .Hopkins ini
February, came from Baltimore Wed-,
nesday to spend several weeks here.
Miss ' Marion Atkinson of Raleigh
spent Saturday in town.
Miss Isabella McDowell, wno has
been instructor WEnglish and Spanish
in Statesville High School for the
past year, came Wednesday to spend
the summer with her parents before
returning. She visited in Winston
Salem, Durham aiid jGreenSboro.! ,
Mr.- and Mrs, John H. Byerly, jack
Byerly and little Miss Emeline, ar
rived Friday by motor from Atlanta
for' a short visit with Mrs. Byerly's
mother, Mr; Etnma Willis. They ex
pect to go froih 1 here to "Miamf.
Mrs. W. I- $perting of Jacksonville
has 'returned to Waynesville and ' is
again at Mrs. Crawford's Mrs.
Sperring is the sister of Mrs. D. J..
Dunham and Jias been coming to
Waynesville for the past eighteen
. , Mrs, J. Ri. Thomas . has as her
guests for the summer Misses Jean
and Blanche Smith of Sumter, S C.
'Mf James B. fflugman, grradute
of Bradley Horologifcal Institute,!
.Peoria, Illinois and expert jeweler,
is with W, A. Coble .Jewelry Company, I
"from now on," as Mr. Coble states.
Miss Frances Robeson returned j
Friday: from Richmond, Newport News
and Greensboro where she has been
vsiting for the past fortnight.
Mr. aV Mrs- Jim Stringfleld, their
young daughter and Miss Henrietta
Love motored to Franklin yesterday.
Miss Love will in camp at Taukeetah
for the summer season.
Mrs. Lena Palmer, Mrs,. Curtis,
Mock's Dipartment Store.
In getting ready for Summer Boarders
give us a tnte at your needs.
Here is a list that should interest you.
72x90 sheets. Cannon Mills seam
42x36 Pillow cases Cannon Mills
35c '"- v ' " :
66x80 clean cotton blankets $2.98
Bunglow Silk Draperies 75c and
In window curtains we have a
full range of marquisettes roiles,
Swisses and scrims at 15c to $1.00
Table linen at 75c is a value atove tljie
erae. Napkin from $1.25 to $5.00 cioz.
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Our kouse furnishing department is comp
lete. M(M& DEPARTMENT
6th. and Have Fun !
All of you have no doubt seen bucking bronchos, but on Monday, July th
ri, we are bringing to town the first bucking Overland. See it and have &
Mrs. W. T. Lee, Mrs. R. Q. Mc-; M$s Curtis' (and others from the
Cracken and Miss Evelyn Lee mo-JPalmer House, Mrs. H. C. Lindsley,
tored to Asheville Monday. Mrs. J. B. McGruder and 'Miss Sue
Mrs. Cleveland Plott and Mrs. Mary , Willard Lindsley composed a motor
Mebane spent Sunday in Canton as j party to Mount Pisfjah yesterday,
guests of Mrs. Claude Holtzclaw. j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams who
Mrs. Telford Stevenson and two are spending their honeymoon in
sons of San Ddego. Calf, are in Can- Hendei'SMrVWe were over for the day
ton visiting her sister, Mrs. Claude Saturday. Mrs. Adams was one or
Holtzclaw for the month of July. the. attractive honorees at the Badg
She will be remembered as Miss Ro- ett-Ward tea.
berta Haynes. Mrs. Stevenson and '' Dr. and Mrs. George R. Stuart, of
Mrs. Holtzclaw were .in town a feW Birmingham are at tthe Lake for the
days this week. -summer. Dr. Stuart will speak there
Miss Lilian Allen of the faculty of 'on July 4th.
the University of Tennessee is spend. ' Mr. J. Dale Stentz was an Asheville.
ing the summer with her parents. She. visitor Tuesday.
will return there in the fall.
Ray Coble, now of Gaffney, S. C,
spent last week camping on Cata-
loochee and returned to South Caro
Mr., and Mrs. Moss (Satyey and
young daughter of Asheville were
wedk-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Kate Rickards of Balsam was
in town the first of the week.
Mr. Jasper Grnbbs, who has been1
Moss Fannie Johnsno has been hos
tess to a very delightful house party
during the past week for a number
of friends who came from Daytona,
Florida for the occasion. In addition
to picnics and dinner parties they
enjoyed a camping trip to Catalooji
chee where they spent a week Ashing. 1
The campers were: Mr. and- Mrs. I
wlllaume. Miss Dora Williams. Curtis I
with". the St. Augustine Wholesale Gardner. Bill Perry and Lynn Neufeld
Grocery Company since leaving here 0f Daytona, Misses Thomasene How-'
sixteen years ago. was in town wit ,11. Anna Ray and Fannie Johnson.
his daughter a few dys last week. Messrs. Bob Crew. Ray Cobte.
Mrs. T. M. Rickards of Balsam HoJaaan of Greeave, Denahi of
at the Herren House for a few weeks. Avhevllle and Pritchard Ferguson.
good !augh. Rirli'n It without holding and get a $5.00 bill. The bucking
Overland beats the bucking broncho at his own game. '
Come to town, bring the-whole family, take the day off and have a good
time. A full line of Overland and Willys-Knight Fours and Sixes will be
on display at our place of business. Come in and look these cars over. Get
our prices and ilrive car home that you and the entire family will be proud
of. They look' good, are priced betterand perform best.
. .To Overland owners we are offering FREE, one tire and tube for the car
making the run irfcM'our garage to West Canton Standard filling station
and return on the least amount of gas. One tire and tube for the oldest
Overland car in good serviceable condition driven to our garaer(.
To any car owner buying one or more tires that day we will give an in
ner tube freeiejslSought.
For' every new car bought from us that day we will give absoultely
free on each touring car a spare tire and tube and each dosed car a set of
ptor Co. Garage
WayiiTOilc, Nortk Carolina.
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