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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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RS. ROBERT H. STKETCHKK
HONORS MISS MASSIE
Mrs, Robert H. Stretcher entertain
ed with a contract party on Friday
Afternoon as a courtesy to Miss Mary
Emma Massie, whose marriage to
Cwrleton K. Weatherby was sol-
enizd this morning in the First
Flowers in mixed bouquets were
placed about the rooms. When the
cjrd.s were put away Mrs. Hugh
Massie held the top score and Mrs.
'C. J. Reece was the winner of the
.low score prize. Miss Massie, honor
jfueat and Mrs. Roy Parkman, bride
off the spring, who was before her
marriage, Miss Marguerite Massie,
wiTB also presented gifts.
Enjoying the progressions of con
tract were: Miss Massie, Miss Babbie
Way, Miss Tillie Rotha, Miss Mary
Springfield, Mrs. C. C. White, Mrs.
Sifavi M. Queen. Jr., Mrs. S. P. Gay,
Richard N. Barber, Jr., Mrs.
JCma Wafkins, Mrs. C. J. Reece, Mrs.
'fl-rtTt Braren, and Mrs. Hugh
At the tea "hour the following joined
tw guests: Mrs. Bonner Ray, Mrs.
VC. C. Boutwell, Mrs. Roy Parkman,
-vni Mrs. W. W. Norman, of Griffin,
Oa-, who is visiting her daughter,
Mrs, Richard N. Barber, Jr. The
'viukt.s was assisted by her mother,
.Mrs. lula Uzzle, of Raleigh, in re-
-.. -X'iwif her guests.
"Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Moss, of Char
'.olie anl Lake Junaluska, who have
m:tn spending the summer at their
home at the latter place, are on a two
week's trip in the North, visiting
friends in Whitinsville, Mass., and be
J'xre returning will also visit in Can
irta. While they are away Mrs. Ed.
isenhour and her three young daugh
.': f Charlotte, who have been vis
aing Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. McCraek
'vi;J occupy the Moss home at the
MLSS TILLIE ROTHA GIVES
LUNCHEON FOR BRIDE
Miss Tillie Rotha was hostess on
Thursday of a beautifully appointed
luncheon honoring Miss Mary Emma
Massie bride-elect of this week. The
guests arrived at 11 o'clock and en
joyed several progressions of con
tract and at noon luncheon was serv
ed. The small tables were centered
with arrangements of mixed flowers
matching those placed about the
When the scores were added Mrs.
Hugh Massie was the holder of the
top score, and Miss Mary Stringfield
held the second high. Both were pre
sented attractive prizes, as was . the
Making up the tables for contract
were: Miss Massie, Miss Babbie Way,
Miss Hester Anne Withers, Mrs.
John M. Queen, Jr., Miss Mary
Stringfield, Mrs. Robert H. Stretcher,
Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs. T. N. Massie,
Jr., of Sylva, Mrs. C. J. Reece, Mrs.
C. C. White, Miss Fannie Pearl Fel
met, and Miss Alta Walker, of Can
ton. Joining the guests at the luncheon
hour were: Mrs. Bonner Ray, Mrs.
T. N'. Massie, Mrs. Roy Parkman, and
Mrs. W. T. Shelton.
The hostess was assisted by her
sister. Miss Billie Rotha and Mrs,
Herbert Braren in receiving and serv
ing the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Robeson and
children, who have been visiting the
former's parents, have returned to
their home in Newport News, Va.
Miss Anne Rowe, district super
visor of the Western District of
North "Carolina home demonstration
clubs, was a guest at the Waynes
ville Country Club, 'while in town this
week. Miss Rowe took part oft the
program give during the annual
Miss Mary Emma Massie Be
comes Bride! of C.E. Weatherby
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C. E. Rays Sons
In a ceremony characterized by
impressiveness and simplicity, Miss
Mary Emma Massie and Carleton I
Eddy Weatherby, of Waynesville and
Faison, were united in marriage,'
this morning at ten o'clock in the First
Methodist church. The Rev. James
G. Huggin, Jr., pastor of the church,
pronounced the vows, using the ring
Floor baskets of gladioli, hydran
gea and Queen Anne's lace, with
greenery, were used lo . decorate the
church, forming a graceful and beau
tiful setting for the wedding.
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. W. L.
Matney, organist of the church, ren
dered a program of nuptial music
that included "Serenade," by Schub
ert, "Traumeri," by Schumann, and
"Andantino," in D. Flat, by Edwin
H. Lamare. Two vocal numbers,
"I Love You truly," by Carrie
Jacobs Bond and "At Dawning," by
IJnai les Wakefield Cadman, were
sung by Ralph Sams, of Spartanburg,
accompanied by Mrs. Matney.
The Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin
by Wagner, was used as the proces
sional and the wedding march from
Mendelssohn was played for the re
cessional. During the ceremony Mr.,.
Matney softly rendered "To a Wild
Rose," by Edward McDowell.
The bride was given in marriage
by her oldest brother, James K,
Massie. She wore a smart suit in
brown sheer wool, an advanced full
model. The neck of the blouse was
high and worn with an old gold orna
ment. The coat was trimmed down
the front with bands of skunk. Her
hat was of brown felt, her acces
sories were in ; matching shades of
brown. She carried an arm bouquet
of yellow roses, snap dragons, and
Mrs. Roy Parkman, sister of the
bride, was matron of honor. She
wore a becoming frock of flat crepe
in boy blue, a fall model, fashioned on
princess lines, trimmed in self-cov-vered
buttons, and on one shoulder
a tlower of blue crepe and gold cloth
combined. Her accessories were in
black, and she carried an arm bounuet
of mixed garden Mowers, harmonizing
with the blue of her dress.
Master Jetf Reece, young son of
.Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reeces, and neph
ew of the bride, in a white suit, serv
ed as ring bearer and carried the ring
in the heart of a rose,
Mr. Weatherby had as his best man,
M. H. Bowles. Hugh Massie and
Harold Massie, brothels of the bride,
acted as ushers.
The bride is the youngest daughter
of Mrs. T. N. Massie and the late
Thomas Newton Massie, of Waynes
ville. She attended the Waynesville
schools, and after graduating she en
tered the Greensboro College, from
which she graduated. Since leaving
college she has been a member of the
Waynesville High school faculty.
Following the announcement of en
gagement and approaching marriage
she has been extensively entertained.
The groom is the son of Mrs. C.
E. Weatheiby and the late Carleton
E. Weatherby, of Faison, N. C. He
was graduated from the Faison
schools, and later from Duke Univer
sity, where he was a member of the
Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. Mr.
Weatherby is principal and athletic
director of the Waynesville Township
Immediately following the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Weatherby left
for a wedding trip. L'pon their re
turn next week they will be at home
in the Kirkpatrick apartments.
Among the out-of-town guests at
tending the wedding were: Mrs. W'. A.
Short and daughter, Miss Clara
Short, of Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs.
Faison Witherington, of Mt. Olive,
Mrs. William McCracken, of Laurens,
S. C, Lebo Massie and Ralph Sams!
of Spartanburg, Mr. and Mrs. George
Evans and Mrs. R. S. Coman, of Can
ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Evans,
of Springfield, Penn.
BRIDE TENDERED BREAKFAST
Mrs. C. C. White was hostess of
a breakfast on Saturday morning hon
oring Miss Mary Emma Massie, bride
of the week. For the occasion bowls
of mixed flowers adorned the rooms.
At the small tables at which the
guests were served small vases of
roses were used.
The guests arrived at ten o'clock,
and following the serving of break
fast several progressions of contract
were enjoyed. When the cards were
put away Mrs. Roy Parkman held
the top score, and Mrs. Josephine
Coman Ferguson was the winner of
the second high. The bride-elect
was also presented an attractive gift.
Those present for the affair included ;
Miss Massie, Miss Tillie Rotha, Mrs. j
Robert H. Stretcher, Mrs. C. J. Reece, 1
Mrs. John M. Queen, Jr., Mrs. Herbert
Braren, Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs.
Whitener Prevost, Miss Mary String
field, Miss Babbie Way, Miss Alta
Walker, of Canton, Mrs. Bonner Ray,'
Mrs. T. N. Massie, Jr., of Sylva, Mrs.:
Felix Stovall, Mi s. Josephine Coman J
Ferguson, and Mrs. Roy Parkman.
Dr. -and .Mrs. Jasper Morgan, of
Duke University, were the guests
during the past week of the former's;
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Dr. Morgan is the physicist at Duke
DINNER PARTY HONORED
YOL'NG COUPLE LAST NIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reece and Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Massie entertained last
night with a dinner party compli
menting their sister. Miss Mary
Emma Massie and Carleton E. Weath
erby, whose marriage was solemnized
this morning at 10 o'clock. The guest
list was confined to the bridal party
and the members of the two families.
The bride and groom and their at
tendants were seated at one large
table, while the others were seated at
small tables. The bridal table was
centered with a large wedding cake
decorated in the bridal motif, topped
with a miniature bride and groom.
The small tables were centered with
vases of yellow and white flowers,
with t!ie color combination noted
throughout the appoint,,;,
Following the dinn,,,- . .
the wedding took place at tCc?' 1
Mrs. T. N. Massie, Mrs. w,;;,.;
Cracken, of Laurens, S t y.
Mrs. James E. Massie, Mr Mi
T. N. Massie, Jr., of Svlv yr
Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mr. Un'' ' V '
Francis Massie, Mr. and
Parkman, Mrs. Bonner Kay. "r
Mrs. James G. Huggin. j',-' y 1
Mrs, M. H. Bowles
Lebo Massie, and Raih a diii
Spartanburg, S. C, and M,-. j
Norman Fvana r.f c.; ,.' 'I
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guests of Mr, and Mrs. uy Mas
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PUBLIC WELCO M E
M. H. BOWLES GIVES STAG
M. H. Bowles, who was best man at
the marriage this morning of Miss
Mary Emma Massie .'(and Carleton E.
Weatherby, was host on Monday night
of a stag dinner as a courtesy to the
The motif of green and yellow was
used with pleasing results in the
table decorations and all appoint
ments of service.
The guest list of the evening in
cluded the most intimate friends of
Mr. Weatherby as follows: Ernest
K. Herman, Hugh Massie, Jack Messer
and the Rev. James G. Huggin, Jr.
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