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THE WAYNESVnXE MOUNTAINEER
UDC Holds Final
TVie. TtavvunnA fhanter of the
United Daughters of the Confeder- daughter, Miss Margaret Luella
Miss Margaret Whisnant
Wedded to Ernest Truitt
In Clayton, Ga., On 2nd
Mrs. Herbert Clyde .Truitt Whis
nant, of Granite Falls, has an
nounced the marriage of her
Wins Award In Dancing
acy held the last meeting of the
current year. 1941-42, on Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs,
Thad Howell. Serving as associate
hostesses were Mrs. Jimmy Boyd,
and Mrs. John M, Queen. Mrs. T
L. Stringfleld, vice-president, pre
Miss Nancy Killian had the p'
per of the afternoon, the subject
being, "The Life of Jefferson Da
vis." Miss Killian reviewed the
childhood of this famous Confed
erate leader, and carried the story
of the highlights of his career
through the days of his service to
the cause of the Confederacy.
Mrs. J. Harden Howell gave ex
cerpts from the U. D. C. official
magazine, The Bulletin.
Plans for the courtesies to be
extended by the chapter for the
next group of draftees leaving this
area on June 20th were discussed
A social hour followed adjourn
ment. For the occasion the house
was arranged in quantities of sum
Miss Catherine Smathers
Wedded to W. Jay Trull
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Smath
ers, of Canton, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Catherine Smathers, to W. Jay
Trull, of Bethel. The vows took
place on Saturday afternoon, May
23rd, in a quiet ceremony with
the Rev. W. H. Pless officiating.
The ring ceremony was used, and
the couple were unattended. The
bride wore a powder blue dress
with navy and white accessories.
Her shoulder corsage was of talis
man roses and gypsophelia.
The bride has held a position at
the Haywood county court house
for the past several months,
Mr. Trull is the son of Mrs.
Rosa Trull and the late W. J. Trull,
of Bethel. He attended Berry Col
lege at Mt. Berry, Ga., and is now
employed in the chemical laborato
ry of the Champion Paper and
Fibre company in Canton.
The young couple Will reside in
Mrs. Clark Medford returned
Saturday from Washington, D. C,
where she visited her daughter,
Miss Helen Medford, who holds a
position there. En route home she
stopped in Greensboro, where she
visited her daughter, Miss Anna
Medford, who is a student at the
Woman's College of the University
of North Carolina. She was ac
companied home by Miss Anna,
who will remain here for the sum
Whisnant, to Ernest Carl Truitt,
of Hazelwood. The marriage took
place on Tuesday. June 2nd. in
For her wedding the bride wore
a navy blue dress with white and
navy accessories and her shoulder
corsage was of Talisman roses.
Mrs. Truitt is a graduate nurse
After completing the Granite Falls
high school she entered the Davis
Hospital in Statesville for train
ing. For the past two years she
has been connected with the Hay
wood County Hospital.
The bridegroom is the son of
John Patt Truitt and the late Mrs.
Truitt, of Hazelwood. He is a
graduate of the Almond high
school of Almond, after which he
took a business course. He now
holds a position with the A. C
Lawrence Leather Company, of
For the present the young couple
are residing in- Hazelwood.
Mrs. J. S. Silversteen
State DAR Regent Invited
To Attend Meeting Here
The Dorcas Bell Love chapter
will hold the last meeting of the
year on Friday afternoon with
Mrs. Harry Rotha as hostess.
Mrs. J. S. Silversteen, state re
gent, of Brevard, has been invited
as a special guest.
The program will center around
flag day. Mrs. Harry Marshall
will review the national magazine.
Patsy Gwyn, winner of the state
DAR Pilgrimage contest, will tell
of her trip to Chicago.
Mrs. S. H.. Bushnell, regent, will
preside. All members are urged
to be present as a number of bus
iness matters will come up for dis
Miss Talmeta Swanger
Weds Pvtv Gerald Gaddis
Mr, and Mrs. Theodore Swaneer
have announced the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Talmeta
Swanger, of Waynesville, to Pri
vate Gerald Gaddis, of Waynes
ville. The marriage was solemn
ized at Clayton, Ga., on Friday,
The bride formerly resided in
Greeneville, Tenn. Private Gaddis
is stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.
Mrs. A. P. Ledbetter and Miss
Doris Plott were the tea guests
of Mrs. L. E. Fisher at her home in
Asheville on Sunday afternoon.
They were accompanied by Mrs1.
J. H. Plott and Miss Lucy Plott,
MISS EVELYN CRAIG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Craig,
who received a diploma in dancing last week from the Marguerite
Hyatt School of the Dance of Asheville. She has won outstanding
recognition as a dancer and has appeared with various professional
NO MORE HANGERS!
We are unable to get coat
hangers, so from now on all
cleaning either sent to us or
picked up will have to have a
hanger with it if you expect
the garment returned on one.
Free For Asking
Come And Get 'Em
Long As They Last
1 Following his annual gener
ous custom, Donald Dunham,
well known gardener, is giving
away his surplus supply of
Anyone wishing plants is
asked to call at 4 o'clock this
. afternoon. No phone reserva- .
tions will be made, as Mr.
Dunham is asking those who
wish them to come in person.
The list of plants includes:
giant zinnias, candytuft, cal
endulas, marigolds, petunias,
cornflowers and Chinese for
getmenots. : "
Miss Betty Jackson
Graduated Last Week
From Columbus High
Miss Betty Jackson, daughter of
Major and Mrs. Wilfred Jackson,
who formerly resided here, grad
uated last week from the Colum
bus high school, of Columbus,
Ohio. She plans to enter Peace
Junior College, in Raleigh, this
Prior to his entering the service,
Major Jackson was in charge of
the farm security office here.
Miss Edith Teague left Monday
for Mars Hill college, where she
will study this summer.
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Wins High Rating
In Dancing School
Eloise Martin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Martin, was one of
the seven pupils out of 200 in the
Asheville and Greenville schools of
dancing conducted by Miss Eleanor
Mofntt, to pass all five of the
senior dance tests that were given
Her record is all the more re
markable, it was pointed out by
her teacher, as she has taken only
one lesson a week while the other
students have had two each dur
ing the same period.
Miss Martin received ratings on
her certificate of 100 per cent on
all the following subjects: char
acter dancing, ballet, toe work,
acrobatic tap style and rhythm.
She has studied dancing for a
number of years and has appeared
on numerous programs. She is
outstanding in her style, stage
presence, and the professional
manner in which she executes all
During the past year while in
New York a well known manager
offered her a job, but her mother
turned down the offer as he does
not wish her to enter the prof ssion-
al field until she has completed her
education. Miss Martin is a high
Birthday Party Given
Friday For Harold Clark
Mrs. Louise Clark entertained a
group of children on Friday even
ing for her young son, Harold,
in observance of his fourth birth
Games featured the entertain
ment of the afternoon. : Ice cream
and cake was served by Mrs. Clark,
with Mrs. Howard Robinson,
Mrs. Larry Robinson, and Mrs.
Robert Arrington assisting. Those
present were: Frankie Sue Ar
rington, Fredie Jean Hill, Eliza
beth Summerrow, Barbara - Fort
ner, Iva Dean Henry, Colleen Kuy
kendall, Sonja Sue Snyder, Barbara
Curtis, Mike Stuart Byrd, Carey
Grant Arrington, Jimmy Marcus,
Bobby Hill, Mike Lane, Malcombe
Clark, Bobby Compton, and Joe
Sarah L. Leatherwood'
Enters State University-
Miss Sarah Louise Leatherwood,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy
Leatherwood, of Jonathan Creek
and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Boyd, left this week for
Chapel Hill, where she goes to
enter the University of North Car
Miss Leatherwood, who gradu-
uated from Peace Junior college
last month was voted the most
outstanding senior of 1942 and was
awarded a handsome silver tray
given annually by the faculty.
Miss Leatherwood plans to attend
the summer sessions in order to
graduate at an earlier date. She
will major in social science.
Hunter Henry, who graduated
Tuesday from the University of
North Carolina, arrived home yes
terday to spend a few days here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Henry. Young Henry, who
enlisted sometime ago in the naval
reserve, has been ordered to report
for duty at the naval air corps
training base at Atlanta in the
Miss Doris Ensley
To Wed Mr. George
Bennie Davis Soon
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Ensley,
formerly of Hazelwood, but now of
Gainsville, Fla., have announced
the engagement and approaching
marriage of their only daughter,
Doris, to George Bennie Davis,
son of Mr. and Mrs, Harold R.
Davis, of Miami Beach. Plans for
the wedding will be announced
Miss Ensley, popular member of
the University City's younger set,
spent her early childhood in Ha
zelwood, moving to Florida about
ten years ago with her parents.
She has visited here frequently
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McElroy.
A student at: Gainsville high
school, she was recently crowned
queen of the senior class at the
annual prom which followed the
junior-senior banquet in the Amer
ican Legion home. She is a mem
ber of the Little Women, junior or
ganization of the Twentieth Cen
Mr, Davis was born and reared
in Tennessee and moved several
years ago with his parents to
Miami Beach. His father, Harold
R. Davis, is president of the Flor
ida Real Estate Board Association.
Mr. Davis who is a senior at the
University of Florida, is graduat
ing with honors. He is a second
lieutenant in the infantry and a
member of the Kappa Sigma, na
tional social fraternity.
Legion Auxiliary Will
Hold Meeting Tonight
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet tonight at 8:00 o'clock
at the Legion home, with Mrs. Guy
Massie, president, presiding. Serv
ing as hostesses will be Mrs. E. K.
Herman, Mrs. J. C. Brown and Mrs.
Guy Massie, All members are
urged to attend.
Marriage To Take
The marriage of Miss Caroline
Dillard to Rev. George Willis Ben.
nett will be solemnized this after
noon at 5 o'clock at the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. O. S. Dil
lard. in Candler,
Miss Dillard will have as her
maid of honor, her sister, Miss Jane
Dillard. Two class mates, Miss
Muriel Craig, of Newark, N. J., and
Miss Leeida Beeshears, of Franklin.
will light the candles at the altar
prior to the ceremony.
Miss Dillard will wear a dress of
navy blue sheer and her accesso
ries will be in navy.
Following the ceremony an in
formal reception will be given at
tended by only members of the two
families and a few intimate friends.
Vera Hosaflook To
Teach in Ellenboro
Miss Vera Hosaflook was grad
uated from Western Carolina
Teachers college on Monday.
She received a B. S. degree in
commercial subject and history.
While in school she has been out
standing in campus activities and
clubs. She was initiated into the
Theta Iota chapter of the Alpha
Psi Omega, national honorary
dramatic fraternity in recognition
of her outstanding work.
Miss Hosaflook will teach com
mercial subjects in the iEllenboro
high school, Ellenboro,. this fall.
Miss Charlene Rotha, who has
been attending the Woman's Col
lege of the University of North
Carolina arrived on Saturday
night to spend the summer vaca
tion here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rotha. She had
as her guest a classmate, Miss
Miriam Sheldon, of MiUbrook, N.
Y. Upon leaving here Miss Shel
don will go to Camp Carolina, in
Brevard, where she will serve as
Civic Leae-ue Tn u.,
Last Meeting of Yea!
On Wednesday, i7th
Tk W ...
will hold the last
:ju o ciock at the k ' "1
Annual reports f0 H
year and a discussion 0 J
the future will foaf,, 1
gram. All rnemh,,, e
be present. " "J
n. J-. Bower, 0f BerwH
who has been vis!ti.
, . villi: m.
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W. Frank Kinsv
street, has returned to hi, j
He was acpomMn;j t .a 4
grandson, Robert HaL rJ
WhA irill ennJ it 1 t-j
. . . " me summer 4
tion visitinc flK. ?w 1
x-. ouwer, who m
with Mr. Bower, ' will S
own for a more extend?
to her daughter.
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arrived last week fr nV
. , vv. w.u ie summer at
Miss Catherine T?ppH
i,;.. o , " . Ui w
o. v, arrived- this
has opened the Reed summer '.
in tiooi i) j iifsvuie. She t
joined this week by Mi5s jl
neeu, ner sister.
fllr. and Mrs. Snur?(. 4
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nave as meir guests this u-.l.
son, Chester, of Newnnrt ','
their daughter-in-law, Urs. cJ
uavis and her two daafV
Betty Jo and Mary Jane, vrhi
enroute from Brimington, Vi
to i"ensacola, Fla. Mrs. Davi!
two daughters have been visi&J
yvasnington witn yir. Davij,
is in service there.
Mrs. C. C. Francis and
Wade Francis, are visiting the
mer's mother, Mrs, Emma Tul
at her home in Monroeville, N
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SALE OF UNDERWEAR
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. J. C. JENNINGS, Manager
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