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it Martoa Goodman of J?r
l ? ceremony performed at
('clock, Sunday afternoon,
1. in the Univeriity Baptist
Church at Chapel Hill
The Rev John E. Howell per
formed the doublerinfi ceremony,
and Mil. R. E. hturdivant present
ed a program a t wedding music
Given In marriage by her bro
ther-ln-law, Mr. Charlea Raymond
Cook of Winston-Salem, the bride
wore a b.!!erina length dree* of
' ' pure silk orgama war taffeta, with
a fitted bodice, rounder neckline
appliqued in lace, and bracelet
length alaeves. The full, gathered
akirt wa? fashioned with ? small
puff in the center-hack. Her ahoul
der-length veil of illuaion was at
tached to ? Jewelled tiara. She
carried a white Bible topped with
a white orchid.
Miss Bunnie laaacs of Boone was
her sister's maid of honor. ' Her
gown was of pink orgama over taf
feta, and he carried a noeegay of
pink carnations. Her headdreea
consisted of a temple veil attach
ed to a pink net bandeau.
Mr. Forrest Maaon Goodman,
father of the bridegroom, was
beat man. Mr. Arnold Goodman
and Julius Johnson, both of Dur
ham, were ushers.
Immediately after the ceremony
the couple received the guests in
the vestibule of the church.
For travel the bride wore a light
blue silk linen ensemble with
matching accessories, and an or
chid from her bridal bouquet.
The bride ia the daughter of
Mr. Thomas Evander laaacs of
Boone, and the late Mrs. Isaacs.
She graduated from Bethel High
School and received her nurse's
training at Grace Hospital in Mor
ganton. She is a member of the
nursing staff of Memorial Hospi
tal at Chapel Hill.
The bridegroom Is the son of
Mr. Forrest Maaon Goodman of
Goldaboro and the late Mrs. Good
man. He graduated from Durham
High School and Is presently em
ployed by the American Tobacco
Company at Durham.
After a wedding trip the couple
will live in their new home, locat
ed on the old Chapel Hill-Durham
Miu Bunny Iaaacs, Mr. ind Mri.
Richard Kelley, Mr. and Mri.' C.
C. Cooke of Blowing Rock and
Mr. and Mri. Raymond Cook of
Winston-Salem entertained with a
dinner in the Pine Room of Caro
lina Inn at Chapel Hill at 7:00 p.
m. on Saturday, June 10, honor
' ing Miu' Mary Helen Iiaaci and
Mr. Marion Goodman, who were
married Sunday, June 11.
The table was centered with an
arrangement of white inapdragoni
and lily of the valley in a ailver
bowl, and flanked by lighted
candlei in silver candelabra. At
tractive place cardi carried out
the lily-of-the-valley motif, and a
miniature bride and groom mark
ed the places of Miu Isaacs and
Twenty-five guests were present
for the occasion. ,
Club Holds Meet
The Boone Rhododendron Gar
den Club met Monday, June }2,
at the home of Mrs. Herman Wil
cox with Mr* John Horton serv
ing as associate hostess. A covered
dish luncheon was served buffet
style and club members found
their places at tables that had
been set up on the lovely glass
After the meal the club presi
dent, Mrs. Wilcox presided over
the businesi meeting. An inspira
tional devotion wai conducted by
Mrs. Wiley Smith. Members an
swered the roll call with the nsme
of their favorite rose.
Mrs. Smith, program leader,
presented Mrs. Mae Miller who
gave ? talk on "Ho-* to Grow
Rosea." She quoted from books
she had on display but sdopted
these suggestions to our own
locality. She also anawered quest
Ions that were asked by rlub
members about their own roses.
The general meeting of the
Worthwhile Woman's Club will be
held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in the Adult Assembly Room of
the Boone Methodist Church.
The program will be given by
John Corey, who will present the
new film, "Appalachian, Alma
K Mater in the Hills "
Methodists found relaxing rigi
dity of tod*.
MISS MAXIE SHULL
Mr*. Jettie Shull of Sugar '3rov?
announce! the engagement of '.ier
daughter, Maxie, u> Ret. iCenneth
F. Brown of Fort Hood, Texaa,
?on of Mr. and Mra. Clint iirown
A July wedding la planned.
Music And Arts
The fir ft meeting of the year
for the Music and Art Department
waa held June 19 at the home of
Mra. Pearl Luttrell at Shulla Mills
with Mr*. E. L. Ray aa co-hostess
After the buaineaa waa diapoeed
of, the chairman, Mra. A. E. South,
asked Mra. John Houck and Mra.
0. K. Richard ton, who had recent
ly attended the Wayneaville Craft
School to tell about their work
there. Mra. Houck ahowed Swediah
embroidery and drawn work uaed
on a table cloth.
Mra. Richardaon ahowed < aome
lovely copper tubed picturea.
Other membera contributing to
the program were Mra. E. L. Ray,
hand knitted aweatera and a dried
arrangement for picture mounting;
Mra. O. K. Sutton, a beautiful hand
embroidered luncheon cloth; Mra.
W. L. High, picture in Sample em
broidery, ear boba and copper
enameling; Mra. E. S. Quails, a
lovely dried flower arrangement
mounted on aand wire; Mra. A. E.
South, hand made quilta from
necktiei, and hand crocheted af
ghan; and Dr. Ella Hardin, a
smartly tailored auit.
Mra. Pearl Luttrell whose home
ia filled with her own hand painted
picturea, diaplayed crocheted table
clothe, afghana and copper tooling.
Suggestions for programa for the
coming year were asked for by the
next meeting in July, with Mra.
Mra. Carlos DeLlma and Mrs. W.
L. High were welcomed aa new
Mra. M. E. Mender, who waa in
Rocky Mount for the winter, waa
welcomed back for the aummer.
Invited gueata were Dean Hardin
and Mra. 0. K. Richardaon.
Mra. Luttrell and Mrs Ray serv
ed a dellcioua party plate with
Knita rlae from sportswear to
S"1 ha Viaiio i'WtfcTijifc. ? bmiiey tttirnetU get! saining welcome to Watauga county tiom Miss Vv'a
Uuga County <Jane Hodges) when he viaited TweeUie Railroad Sunday ? Photo Flower* Photo Shop.
Miu Lennls Trivette became
the bride oi Allen Snyder at 8 p.
m. Saturday June 10, at Cove
Creek Baptist Church. The Rev.
E. M. Blankenship officiated.
The bride ia the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Trivette of
Beech Creek. She if a graduate of
Cove Creek High School and 1a
employed at tliij Artistic Beauty
Salon in Boone.
The bridegroom ia the aon of
Hr. and Mra. Paul Snyder of
Mountain City, Tennessee. He ia
a graduate of Appalachian State
The couple will reside at Moun
tain City,- Tennessee, where he
will be leaching.
The Sanda Home Demonstration
Club held lta regular meeting in
the home of Mra. C. G. Hodges in
The meeting was called to order
by the vice president, Mrs. C. G.
Hodges. For the devotional Mrs.
Hodges read Luke 12: 8-9, and
played the recording, "Hia Eye Ia
on the Sparrow."
The Lord'a Prayer was prayed in
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved. The
treasurer's report was made.
In the abaence of Miss Jean
Childress, Mrs. Finley Hodges gave
a review of the bulletin, "Getting
Mrs. Hodges served delicious
punch, ice cream and cookiea to
GARDEN OF THE WEEK
Mrs. L. L. Bingham's rose gar
den at 110 Hardin St. will be open
all summer to the public. The
garden ia a memorial to ber son,
Hal, who gave his life in the ser
vice of his country. Special this
week ia allium, which is now
Dominican exiles foresee long
period of unrest.
By RUTH CURRENT
Washing Cottons ? Cotton :ieeds
the lent washing care of any of
the fiben. The waah water for
white cotton can be hotter than
for other material*. In fact, with
white preshrunk cottons, the hot
ter the water the better. Colored
cottons should be washed separ
Wet cotton Is stronger than dry
cotton, so spots and stains can be
rubbed without hurting the fabric.
But they should be rubbed with
another section of the same gar
ment, never with a cake of soap.
The first rinse should be about
the same temperature as the wash
ing water. And it's Important to
rinse until there's no trace of soap
left in the rinse water ? soap left
in clothes can irritate a child's
White cotton clothes should be
The Friday Club was entertained
with a luncheon on Saturday, June
17, at the home of Mrs. A. E.
South with Mrs. James Storie as
The South home was decorated
with red roses in keeping with
the theme of the party ? the Red
Rose Night Club. Table decora
tions, place cards, and gifts tu the
entertainers reflected the red rose
During the luncheon hour, club
music was furnished by Miss San
dra Deal at the piano, and between
courses Judith Storie, dressed as
the club "cigarette girl," served
mints, nuts, candies, etc.
After the luncheon the chief club
performance was that of Mrs,
South who played rag-time music
from the "Roaring Twenties."
Mrs. W. L. Winkler, a club mem
ber who is no longer a Boone resi
dent, was one of the guests for
this occasion. Other guests in ad
dition to club members, were Mrs.
Marvin Deal, Miss Sandra Deal,
and Mrs. Remmel Porter.
now its Pepsi
for those who think young
Our goal May It the modern, lively life. We're thinking young.
Thlt la the life for Papal -light, bracing, clean-tasting
Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, please '
Bottled by Pepd-CtU BotUlu Co., Spraeo Ptao. N. C, ??lor Appol.tmeot from PoptiCoU Company,
Nov York, N. T.
hung in the ?un to bleach, 1 f pos
sible. Colored clothes, on the oth
er hand, should be hung in the
shade, wrong side out, to help
keep colors bright.
Ironing Cotton ? Unless they are
to have a shiny finish, cottons and
linens should be ironed on the
Washing Linen ? Linen can be
washed about the same way a*
cotton. Linen should never be
bleached with strong chemical
bleaches. If there's a stain, white
linen garments should be hung in
the sun. >
Linen needs a hot iron for press
ing. If the fabric is too damp the
iron will scorch it.
Is Now Dry
Notice: One of our waterfalls is
That bulletin might conceivably
be issued by the state of North
Carolina this summer, for one of
Western North Carolina's scenic
attractions, Toxaway Falls, Is dry.
The missing water, however, is
creating still another scenic at
traction as it fills the basin of
new Lake Toxaway to its 14-mile,
The white cascade that tumbles
over granite outcrqppings just af
ter the river passes beneath U. S.
Highway 64 in Transylvania Coun
ty will be restored after the lake
is filled, probably sometime in the
Specific cancer antibodies are
Beech Creek Club
The Beech Creek Community
Club met June IS at George Har
mon's store. The meeting was
moved from the barn on account
of the cool weather that we have
been having here. The meeting was
called to order by the president, R.
L. Harmon. The Lord's Prayer was
Mid by all.
Jack Guy - demonstrated the
at me plates for mail bona. George
Harmon la coins to make the Mil
bos peat Tke group talked about
getting telephones (or our com
?UMrity. Paul Edmittea and Henry
OaJu were appointed to decide on
the boundary linea.
Mr. Cartaer made a talk on the
different things that we are doing
in our community club. He intro
duced his aaaiatant, Ted Richard
son. from Bandolph county.
II weather permit* the next
meeting will be la the barn loft
July 21. There were about 30 pres
ent for o?r meeting.
*2,225,000,000 aid is pledged for
Truman criticises Northern
WAX WITHOUT WANOER
FLOATI N 6 BRUSHES
SHAMPOO WITHOUT MAT
Sl MOM l 40
Burgess Furniture Store
425 W. King St. ? Boone, N. C.
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