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Mn. Helen Todd and Mike of
Hampton, Virginia, are visiting in
Boone this week.
Mr. and Mr*. Bryan Tucker vis
ited Mrs. Tucker's mother in Leb
anon, Virginia, this waek end.
Miss Katye Harris of Boxboro
has arrived to spend the rummer
at her home at S13 Grand jilvd.
Captain and Mrs. Robert Bay of
Waco, fens are visiting for a few
weeks with Mrs. Margaret Hughes.
Mrs. Bob Broome and Bob, Jr.
visited Mrs. Broome's parents, ttr.
and Mrs. A. D. Blanton, .it Gas
tonia, : ecently.
Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Hagaman,
Margaret Lynn, Sarah and L. IX
Jr., are spending a iwo-week vaca
tion at Bugs Island, Virginia.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mast
the past week end were Mrs. Roy
Dotson of Gladys, Virginia, and
Mrs. Ola Furr of Charlotte.
Mr. J. S. Anderson of Matney
who is a patient in the Cannon
Memorial Hospital in Banner Elk
is critically :'1I.
Mrs. Houston Younce, of Hick
ory, and two small children visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Mrs. Earle P. Johnson of Nor
folk, Virginia, is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cook, lor
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Woodie and
Johnny of Pineola visited their
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Cook, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis and
Kathy returned home today (Wed.)
after vacationing at Myrtle Beach,
Mr. R. L. Barber and Mrs. T. C.
Yoder visited with relatives and
friends in Winston-Salem on Sun
Joe Garvey of Marion, Virginia,
and Bill Garvey of Winston-Salem
spent the week end with their
mother, Mrs. Constance Garvey.
Miss Sissy Hampton and Miss
Judy Trivette spent last week
with their grandmother, Mrs. W.
S. Miller in Hickory.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wright rt
Huntsville, Alabama, were ruests
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams
the past week.
Mrs. Maude Wilcox left Sunday
for Baltimore, Maryland, to rpend
the summer with her daughter rnd
family, Mrs. LeRoy Miller, Mr.
Miller and Teresa Lee.
Mrs. Louis Hetzel, Miss Mary
Armstrong and Miss Helen Arm
strong of Connellsville, Pennsyl
vania were recent visitors with Dr.
and Mrs. A. P. Kephart.
Mr. Bill Davis of Akron. Ohio,
arrived Monday lor a week's visit
with his grandparenta, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Lewis of Sherwood,
and other relatives in the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howell,
their daughter, Linda Howell, and
Miss Jo Ann Baker of Durham,
visited this week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Shoemaker.
Mrs. Remmell Porter and Mrs.
Baxter Linney visited their sister,
Mrs. William C. Black in Staunton,
Virginia, last week. Mrs. Porter
is spending the summer in Boone.
Mrs. Lipscomb and daughter,
Mrs. Mildred Arthur of Spartan
burg, S. C. were week end visitori
with Mrs. Lipscomb's sister, Mrs.
H. Neil Blair.
Mrs. James Council! returned
home Saturday after spending two
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Councill and their son in High
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mr. Lire v-ai ciiuci ut mauic;
had nirgery at the McKee-Wilaon
Eye Hospital in Johnaon City,
Tenn. June 16th. His condition !s
A daughter, Robin Diane, waa
bom to Captain and Mrs* C. C.
(Jack) Whitener on June 9 at
Sutter Memorial Hotpital in Sacra
Guests <* Mr. and Mr*. W. B.
York over the week tnd were Mr.
and Mrs. Godfrey Keer and two
daughters and Mr. O. B. Caldwell
of Roanoke, Virginia.
Dr. J. G. Martin of Borne in
tended the 00th animal meeting
of the North Carolina Veterinary
Medical Aaaaefatton held Jwie 18
21 at Morahttd City.
Mr. W. M. Carender who has
been a patient in the CaaMn
Memorial Hospital in Banner TTk
for four week*, is showing come
Dr. and *n J. C. Tw*rr at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Voder's
aunt, Mr*. T. G. Pace In Hep*
well, Virginia, June 12. WMIe in
Virginia they visited with Mr. and
Mrs W A. Yoder ia Xirhroead
and Mrs R. E. Yoder in DanviUe.
Mrs. Ben Ragan, mother of Mr*.
Ralph Tugman of Boone, was
hopitalized (n Richmond, Va.. Sun
day, following surgery.
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Bingham of
Weat Jefferson, and Mill Anne
Smith of Boone left Saturday iar
a viait with the Dr. Bingham's aon
Benny, who is stationed at Caatle
Air Force Base in Merced, Cakf.
Mr. A. B. Graybeal of Marion.
Virginia, haa been viaiting this
week with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wil
cox. Also, Mrs. Julian Ragan and
daughter, Valerie, are at the Wil
cox home for a two week's stay,
Mias Frances Moretz from Hamp
stead, Md , visited over the week
end with her parenta, Mr. and Mrs.
Raleigh Moretz of Boone; also her
grand pari 'a, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Thomas *t Trade, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bease,
Tommy, Gene, and Wayne of Salu
da, S. C., visited Sunday with Mr.
Bleaae's aunt, Mrs. H. N. BUir.
Wayne is attending Broadstone
Camp at Valle Crock.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hayes, Mrs.
Jehn Herman of Vilas, and Mr. and
Mrs. Burl Greene of Boone visited
Sunday with Mr. Henry Hayes in
Charlotte who is a patient in Char
lotte Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Brooks and
family, and James Marsh, Jr., left
from Charlotte Airport Thursday,
June 15, for Rickmansworth,
Herts, England, to spend the sum
Mr. Carl Smith and Mr. Abe Lit
tleton have returned from a two
week trip to Europe where they
visited IRC Licensees in England,
Denmark, Germany, Italy and
Karen Winebarger is home from
the Wilkei General Hospital where
she underwent a tonsillectomy
last week. Karen is the daughter
of Mr. and Mri. George Winebar
ger of Boone, Route 2.
Mrs. Conrad Yates underwent
surgery at Charlotte Memorial
Hospital in Charlotte Thursday
Visiting with her moat of the week
weraMu. Yates, Mr. and Mn. I.
S. Ayen, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Dr. Allen D. Bushong, who has
been visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Bushong of Valle Crucis,
has gone to Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
where he will be a visiting pro
fessor at the University of Wis
consin for the summer term.
The Wade Coffeys have returned
from New Smyrna Beach, Florida,
where they have been visiting Mrs.
Coffey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
E. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Parker
returned with them for part of
Miss Aahe Whttener has arriv
ed from F 01 croft School at Mid
dleburg, where she was a member
of the faculty last winter, to spend
the summer with her sister, Miss
Eethel Whitener, at their cottage
between Boone and Blowing Rock.
Miss Betty Broome Is vacation
ing in Miami, Florida, this week.
She accompanied her uncle and
his family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Broome, Susan and David, of Mor
ganton. Mr. Broome Is attending
a coaching clinic at Miami.
Mr. W. R. Whitener from Mont
clair, N. J., spent the week end
with Miss Ethel and Miaa Anne
Whitener at their cottage. He was
en route from Montclair to Cali
fornia where he will make his
home in the future.
Miss Barbara Stanley, a student
at Chapel Hill, spent the week end
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Sutherland, at C res
ton Her parenta, Mr. and Mrs.
James Stanley, joined her. in the
visit and are spending a few daya
with the Sutherlands.
Sgt Patrolman C. T. Stephens,
wife and little daughter of Chest
er, S. C., visited last week with
Mrs. Roy Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Welch, of Deep Gap. Route 1; also
with Mr. aad Mn. B mat Greene,
Blowing Rock, and Mr. aad Mrs.
Grant Miller of Boone, Route 1.
The Ranklas ?nd Mr. E. J. Ab
prnethy attended the wedding of a
niece, Barbara Underwood, In
Centenary Methodist Chureti In
Winaton-Salem Saturday and
"pent the week end with Mr. and
Mn. C. C. Baahin and Sr. tmi
Mra. B. L. Smith in Oreenaboro.
Br. and Mra A t! Kerhart have
returned tfter visiting two weeks
with Mra. Kephart'a mother, Mra.
W H Dffl ta Philadelphia, with
n ? i ,, jfc a , . u_ ppt
laid I unu^nivii Bll w , II. VI, MnHVIII
In Waabington, D. C.. Mrs Wayne
Bowers In OaHattnlla, Virginia,
and th?* ate attended ?a 'Wirth
anniversary of Mra. Kephart's
gH^uatinf class at Hood OoHete
in Fredrick, Maryland.
U it. B. W. McGuire and Mr.
Dean Bingham attended the Hoi
lingsworth-Holshouser wedding in
Winston-Salem Saturday. Mr*. Mc
Guire Meat on to Trout man where
Ae speat the week end with her
ion and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mn. Philip McGuire.
j?j Mr*. Carrie E. Hughes has re
turned to her home at Tacoma.
Washington, after (pending sev
eral weeks in Nerth Carolina visit
ing relatives Mn. Hughes is a
sister of Charles Williams and
Clarissa Bolick of Blowing Rock,
and H. L. Bolick of Lenoir.
Mrs. W. L. Hill and sons, Wal
lace, Jr., and Steven, of Jackson
ville, Florida, arrived Friday to
spend the summer with Mrs Hill's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kel
sey oh Wey Street. They were ac
companied by Miss Alma B. Sprung.
Mrs. Eelsey's sister, who will also
spend the summer here.
Visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. T. Googe are Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Googe from Charleston, Miss,
and their daughter and her hus
band from New Orleans, Dr. and
Mrs. R. E. Rice, Dr. Paufr son
from Old Miss., and Mrs. Googe's
sister, Mrs. Shelton from Belgoni,
Peggy Phillips, student *t Char
lotte Memorial School of Nursing
and Eddie Phillips of the U. S.
Navy spent the week end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Norris. Also visiting wtth them
was Dorman LookabiU of Lexing
ton, Adessa LookabiU and Caro
lyn Moretz of Burlington.
Spending the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams of
Zionville were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Wilson and Kathern of High Point,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams, Jake
and Tad of Black Mountain, Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Thomas and David
of Morristown, Tenn., and Mr. J.
L. Seehorn and John Ed of John
son City, Tenn.
visaing Dr. ana Mrs. j. r. 'jooge
are their two grandsons, Lee nnd
Bruce Erkenbrack, who have been
here for the past few weeks, ; nd
their mother, Mrs. Dorothy S. Er
kenbrack, from Jackson, Missis
sippi, who arrived the past week
end for a visit with her parents.
Mrs. Erkenbrack is administrator
of operating rooms at Uaiverhity
Medical School in Jackson.
Ruth Ann and Kim Carpenter
are visiting their grandmother,
Mrs. I. W. Carpenter, Sr., at Wash
ington, D. C. Their parents, Dr.
and Mrs. I. W. Carpenter, return
ed last week from a trip to Indiana
polis, Indiana, where they visited
Mrs. Carpenter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Guy V. Smith, going from
there to Woshlngton to visit Mrs.
Carpenter, Sr., Kim and Ruth Ann
remaining for an extended visit.
Grady Glenn Barnwell, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Barnwell,
Sr., has been elected to member
ship in Phi Kappa Phi, national
scholastic honorary fraternity at
Georgia Tech, where he is a sen
ior in the school of chemistry.
Barnwell is a 1998 graduate of
Columbus High School, where he
was co-captain of the football team
in his senior year. He is a grand
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wine
barger of Boone, Route 2.
Visiting Mr and Mrs. Pinley P.
Hodges on Father's Day .were Mr.
and Mrs. Charles M. Hodges and
son, Leon of Boone; Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Wilfong and children,
Gary, Barbara and Randy of Char
lotte; Mr. and Mrs. William Dixon
and children, Linda, Beth and
Billy of Boone; Mr. and Mrs. R.
D. Hodges and children, Anne and
Bobby of Hendersonville, and Mr.
and Mrs. Georga Marion and chil
dren, Sandy and Myra of Doheon.
A picnic dinner was enjoyed at the
Horn in the West
Mias Baraba Matheson, daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Mathe
son, left Monday for Charlotte to
Join a group of sthdenta for a tour
of Europe under the direction of
Dr. Claude Broach, pastor of St.
Johns Baptist Church, at Char
lotte. Prom Charlotte they will go
to Montreal where they will sail on
the Empress of England. Also go
ing on the European tour with
Dr. Broach is Bill Brooks who
left with hit family last Thursday
far England, where ha will loin
the student group, touring the
continent during July.
Mrs. Catherine Houff, 62S Park j
View Ave., Staunton, Pa., an
nounce* the engagement ?f her
daughter. Coanie Lea. to Mr. Ro
bert Coffer Black, son of Mr and
Mrs. William Black. 337 Vine St.,
MIm Hooff. a daughter of the
Ute Ift Hampton Houff. la a
graduate of Robert E. Lee High
Mr. Hack U a Junior at BrMge
A late aunMMr wmMHw U plan- 1
Jane Rivers, Arthur Krida Married'
MRS. ARTHUR KRIDA, JR.
Miss Jane Rivers, daughter of <
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Rivers, "r.,
of Boone, became the bride of
Mr. Arthur Krida, Jr., at a morn
ing ceremony in New York City's
Christ Church June 16.
The Rev. John B. Everts offici
Mr. Krida is the son of Mrs.
Marta B. Krida, of New York City
and South Kent, Conn., and Dr.
Krida, of New York City and
Tuxedo Park, N. Y.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a full-length
gown of white silk organza. The
skirt was sashed at the waist and
fell in impressed pleats to a
chapel sweep. Designed with a
scalloped neckline and short
sleeves, the bodice was of Alen
con lace studded with seed pearls.
She wore a matching headpiece of
lace and pearls, and a fingertip
veil of English illusion. Her bou
quet was of phalaenopsis, stepha
notis and varigated Ivy.
Bliss nacnei mvers was mam 01
honor and her lister's only attend
ant. Her street-length dress of
green silk organza and chantilly
lace featured a boat neckline end
ing in short sleeves. A wide cum
merbund of silk organza encircled
the waistline. Her matching head
piece wa? a crown with the efefct
of leaves, re-embroidred with
pearl peps, with a circular nylon
veil. She carried a cascade of
daisies and varlgated ivy.
The bride's mother chose a
street-length dress of ice blue Ita
lian silk, featuring soft gathers at
the waistline. At the side, three
large buttons were accented with
a tie-sash. She wore a white cloche
hat with matching white acces
sories, and a corsage of Happiness
The mother of the groom wore a
street-length dress of pearl grey
Jersey, with a pleated skirt, and
matching shoes and gloves. Her
hat was bright pink, and she wore
a corsage ai white and pink roses.
Best man was Mr. Robert P.
Krida, of BrynJKawr, Pa., brother
oif the groom Ushers were Mr
James Dun, of Greenwich, Conn.,
Mr. John E. Morgan, Jr., of Cov
ington Va., and Messrs. Frank
Martin and Gordon L. Nash, both
of New York City.
Th? nave of the church was de
corated with candles, and white
gladioli and aaapdragons A pro
gram of organ music preceded
the Mpemoar. The traditional pro
cessional and receational were
Following the ceremony the
bride's parents gave * recaption
at the Ritz-Carlkm Hotel In New
Following the reception, the
bride and groom left (or t
cruise to Naaaau. For her going
vway outfit, the bride choie a coa
tmc *w? of toft pink >ilk-w?ave
cotton and a matching flowered
vt'iL Her acceaaoriea were black
Mr. Krida graduated from New
Mexico Military Inatttute, Wagner
foliage and Trinity College He ta
completing hla doctoral (tudiea at
Calwnbia Unlveratty In Reptem
bar he will Join the English 'ac
uity of McCallie School, Chatta
? *m. Tea*.
Hla bride graduated from Nortft
western University. She is a mem
ber of Alpha Gamma Delta and
Theta Sigma Phi. She was em
ployed by Liller, Neal, Battle 4c
Lindsey, Inc., advertising agency
n New York City.
Out of town guest* included
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rivers, of
Springfield, Va.; Miss Rebecca Riv
ers, of Raleigh, N. C.; Mr. .'ohn
Boine, of Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Liller, of Atlanta,
Ga.; Miss Helen Gordon, of At
lanta, Ga.; Mr. Daniel W. Lindsey,
Jr., of Richmond, Va.; Mr. Rich
ard E. Gunn, of Richmond, Va.;
Mr. Chtrles Harris of Salisbury,
N. C.; Mrs. A. P. Van Duaen, of
Delaware, Ohio; Dr. and Mrs. A.
E. Van Dusen, of Storrs, Conn.;
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Krida and three
daughters of Bryn Mawr, Pa.; Mr.
and Mrs. James Dean of Green
wich, Conn.; and Mr. Jack Morgan
of Covington, Va.
Live In Chatham
Miss Glenni Lee Brinkley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Brinkley of Burntville, RFD 2,
became the bride of Bobby Wayne
Brendell, ion of Mr. and Mrs.
J. X Brendell of Boone on Satur
day, June 3, 1081 at 11:00 a.m. in
the Windom Baptist Church.
The Rev. Lee Woody of Spruce
Pine performed the ceremony.
The bride wore a white batiste
dress with pleated skirt and a
matching headpiece. She carried
a white Bible topped with ? white
orchid. Her only attendant was
her sistar. Miss B rends Brinkley,
who served as maid of honor.
Immediately following the cere
mony a reception was held at the
home of the bride's parents at
Burnsville, RFD 2.
Mrs. Brendell Is a graduate of
Burnsville High School snd Appa
lachian State Teachers College. The
groom Is a graduate of Appalach
ian High SchooJ and Appalachian
State Teachers College.
After a wedding trip the couple
will reside in Chatham, Virginia
where both Mr. and Mrs. Brendell
will be employed in the Chatham
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MISS ELLEN STATON
Miss Ellen SUton, from Atlanta,
Georgia, niece of Mr. and Mrs.
David Hodgin >? spending her va
cation in Boone and attending the
piano workshop at Appalachian
State Teacher* College.
Ellen, honor student at Brown
High School in Atlanta, was nam
ed a winner of the First Bating
Gold Metal in the 1931 Biennial
Piano Recording Competition,
sponsored by the National Guild
of Piano Teacher*. During the
year 37,880 piano pupils from coast
to coast participated.
Ellen received one of the prin
cipal rewards for making 90% or
above in the competition. She is
from the class of Jeannine Romer
Live In Boone
MRS. JACK SAMUEL NOKRIS
Mr. and Mrs. E. Clyde Wine
barger of Route 2, Boone, an
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Wanda June, to Jack
Samuel Norris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Norris, alio of Route 2,
Boone. The wedding took place
on June 3.
Mrs. Norris is a graduate of Ap
palachian High School and is em
ployed by Appalachian State Teach
ers College. Mr. Norris is also a
graduate of Appalachian High
School and is employed by Lenoir
After a trip to the Smoky Moun
tains National Park, they are re
siding in Boone.
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Hoi lings worrih-HclplxHuer Marriage
MBS. JAMES E. HOLSHOUSER, JR.
Mils Patricia Ann Hollings
worth became the bride at Jimes
E. Holshouser Jr. at 4:30 ?. :n.
Saturday, June 17, in Davii Chapel
at Wake Forest College. The cere
mony was performed oy ihe
bride's father, Dr. Leon H. Hoi
iingsworth, chaplain of Wake For
Wedding music was presented
by Mrs. Graydon Eggers of Boone,
organist, and Mrs. Jerry Hill of
Thomasville and Hoyt Safrit of
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Hollingsworth of 37
Edith Avenue. She attended Wake
Forest College and is a senior at
Appalachian State Teachers Col
lege at Boone.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Holshouser of Boone.
He is a graduate of Davidson Col
lege at Davidson and the Univer
sity of North Carolina School of
Law at Chapel Hill. He is now
practicing faw in Boone.
Given m marriage by her grand
father, Walter Walker o i Spindale,
the bride wore a gown of silk or
| ganza appliqued with lace.- The
bodice had a scoop neckline and
the full skirt extended into a
Her veil of illusion was caught
to a lace cap embroidered with
seed pearls. She carried a cascade
of fleur d'amour and lilies-of-the
valley centered with a white or
Miss Nancy Hollingsworth, twin
sister of the bride, was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Lin
da Hollingsworth, sister of the
bride; Mrs. . John Mast of Kanna
polis, sister of the bridegroom;
Miss Bettie Jean Williams and
Mrs. Boyce Wilson.
Attendant* Bit sac ?
The attendants wore dresses of
romance blue organza and match
ing flowered bandeaux with flirta
tion veils. They carried cascades
of wmte pompom ana pin* minia
The bridegroom's father wa*
beet ma*. Ushers were Robert
Pulliam, John Holshoueer of New
ton, John Mast of Kaanapolis,
,'lyde Robinson of Raleigh and
Roy Short of Fort Lee, Va.
The bride's parents entertained
at a reception at Wingate Hall.
After a short wedding trip, the
couple will make their home in
The Gardenerettes Garden Club
held its monthly meeting Thurs
day, June 15 at the home of Mrs.
James W. Winkler. The president,
Mrs. W. C. Richardson, presided.
Mrs. Winkler directed a pro
gram on perennials and members
Refreshments and a social hour
were enjoyed by the following
members: Mrs, Bill Carpenter, Mrs.
Ray Derrick, Mrs. John Hollar,
Mrs. Charles bley, Mrs. W. C.
Richardson, Mrs. W. D. Teem, Mrs.
J W. Winkler, Mrs. Tom Winkler,
Mrs. Roy Blanton, Mrs. W. W.
Littleton, Mrs. John Kirk, and Mrs.
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