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THE WAYNESVTLLE MOUNTAINEER
... titvp 11. 1942
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Ht".'v,,.t this week of her
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iils." Mr. and Mrs-
R. H. BlacK-
T imes Michals and son, Jim-
Durham, " ;
L the truest of the former a
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. BiacK-
, and Mn. J. Frank Hodges
children,- of Lenoir City,
'arrived yesterday to visit
"' Roy Campbell and Mrs.
, anj Mrs. John Shackford, of
. jjiU S. C.. were visitors ueie
e the wevK.
"Mildred Medford and Miss
fl Green kit . Minuay ior
I). (, where mey nave
, for the summer months.
rs Ditve Russell and ner aaugn-
irs. Mims Ferguson, were
.j to Greer, S. C, during tne
week on account; oi me uuni.ii
h6 former's father, Joe noiiana.
kt. and Mrs. Tom Byrd ana
children, of High Point, were
guests during the week or
J. B. Henry and Miss Eliza
Hemy at their home on the
runo Pfeiffer, Jr., of Sylvania,
was the guest during the past
k of his aunt. Mrs. W. L. Mc
lacken, and other relatives in the
Sir. and Mrs. Grover C. Davis
Id son, Joe Davis, left Sunday for
lit Lauderdale, Fla., where they
mt to attend the marriage of Lt.
M. Davis, U. S. Navy, to Miss
itty Lou Alexander, which was
i important social event yester-
Marriage Is Announced
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MRS. CROMER CRISP, the former Miss Susie Jean Bramlett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. V, Bramlett, of Canton, whose marriage
took place on January 24 in Greenville, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Bramlett
Announce Marriage of
Daughter to C. L. Crisp
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Bramlett
have announced the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Susie Jean
Bramlett, to Cromer Lee Crisp,
also of Canton, which took place
in Greenville, S. C, on January
The bride is a graduate of the
Canton high school and of Cecil's
Business college in Asheville. She
is employed in the main office of
the Champion Paper and Fibre
The groom, since his gradua
tion from the Canton high school,
You Can Find Out At Ray's
iforr To Lift Your Wardrobe
Out Of A nut . . .
ese ore very uncommon
thirty Shirts with an excel
'etce of fabric . . . o superior
quality of tailoring . .
Jmorrness that sets them far
o6ove their price. The collars
n't wilt,, can't wrinkle or lose their shape in spite of
perspiration or constant laundering . , . and they.
ocfUoWy outlast the body of the shirt itself.
Wing Shirts S1.95
OTHER MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
790 J SJJ29 $49
HAsk For the Quadriga At $ 1 .49-
-A COMPLETE LINE ALSO OF-
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Shackford,
who were' married in March, are
here for an indefinite stay. Mrs.
Shackford was before her marri
age Miss Marjorie Brown, of Car-
bondale, 111. Mr. Shackford has
been teaching in the English de
partment of the State University
of South Dakota. He has volun
teered in the naval reserve and is
waiting to be called into the service.
Miss Tillie Rotha was the guest
of friends in Andrews over the
has been connected with the Cham
pion Paper and Fibre Company in
the finishing department. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crisp.
Mrs. E. K. Herman Opens j
Play School This Week
A play school under the super
vision of Mrs. E. K. Herman was
started yesterday at the Central
Eelementary school for children
of preschool age.
The hours are from 9:30 to 12:00
five days of the week. Supervised
games in the open, except in cases
of . inclement weather, will fea
ture the morning programs. Any
one wishing to enter their chil
dren are requested to get in touch
with Mrs. Herman.
Miss Elizabeth Francis, who is
residing in Statesville, spent the
week-end here With her father, C.
C. Francis. Miss Francis is the
assistant county home demonstra
tion agent of Iredell county.
Miss Martha McCrachen, who is
now residing in Sylvania, Ga., is
spending this week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McCrack
Mr. and Mrs. Joe MeGee, of
Newton, spent the week-end here
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tate and
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hyatt.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cabe and
family, who are now located at
Carolina Beach, are spending this
week with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tuttle have as
their guests at their home on the
Balsam road Herman J. Tuttle
and daughter, Elizabeth Anne, of
Dave. Cabe, who is employed at
North Carolina Shipyards in Wil
mington, is spending a week here
with his family.
Little Miss Joan Sisk, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Wilfred N. Sisk,
of Asheville, is visiting her grand
parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Sisk,
while her parents are on a visit
Chas. Leatherwood, student at
Wake Forest Cdllege, has arrived
to spen l the summer vacation here
with his parents, Rev. and Mrs
Ed Glavich, Student of Oak
Ridge Military College, has arrived
to spend the summer vacation with
his parents hear Lake Junaluska.
T. Lenoir Gwyn, who is located
in Raleigh, spent several days here
during the past week.
and &e?e6 DIAMOND BRAND Shoes
tQt BOtS AND 01 tf
I , ti A Pertoct Fit
1. OwcUng To Ungth
J. ClMcUiig Foot Width
3. OMcUng-HMl Hug
A. CHocUm for klonet
S. Chocking for Arch Unglh
Iwomrs newt cowmwiok
-Featuring For Kiddies-
-WE USE SPECIAL CARE-
We Have the Shoes Your Children Need At A Price You
MRS. W. J. TRULL,
who before her marri
age on May 23, was
Miss Catherine Smath
ers, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles C.
Smathers, of Canton.
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Mrs. J. T. Glenn has returned
from a visit of five weeks with her
son, John Hamilton, in San An
tonio, Texas. She was accompa
nied home by her granddaughter,
Miss Evoniu Howell and her
niece. Miss Fannie Howell, left
Monday for Newport News, Va
whore thev will visit the former's
nephew ami his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph . Howell.
E. R. Caldwell, student at Wake
Forest College, has arrived to
spend the summer vacation with
Mrs. Mary Moody Mebane, of
Washington, D. C, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Hugh Jolly. Mrs.
Mebane holds a position with the
war production board.
Mrs. James Henderson and son.
Jimmy, of Canton, spent the past
week here with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Joe Way, student at Wake For
est College, left Tuesday to resume
his study after a brief vacation
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Way, Jr.
Jimmy String-field, who is at
tending the University of North
Carolina, returned Tuesday to
Chapel Hill to resume his study,
after a vacation here with his par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. S. L, String
field. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crawford, of
Baltimore, Md., spent a few days
hero last week.
Bobby Plott, who attended Mars
Hill College the past term, has ar
rived to spend the summer here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mrs. Rome Ingram and Miss
Una Plott, of Mills River, were the
week-end guests here of Mr. and
Mrs. Vaughn Plott.
S FOOD STORE
24 Lb. Yukon's
WESTERN FLOUR - - - - -$1.00
CORN FLAKES - - - - - 3 for 200
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yfJ5 rt 303 Can Niblet's
iM ASPARAGUS - - - - 27
JPijJ No. 2'i Can Plantation
Jjjygf PINEAPPLE - - - - 250
'. Price Sale
2 r 150
2 , r 380
rJToilet Soap ? V
f0CTAG0N c oc .
POWDER 5 for 250
OCTAGON 3 f 14
CLEANSER for "y
"With Bar of SoaD
LA RD--4 lb. ctn 690
DOG FOOD 5 lb. bag 490
Pint - - 270 Quart - 410
CARROTS - - 2 bchs 150
CABBAGE - - 3 lbs. 100
360 Size v" '
LEMONS - -doz. 250
BEANS - -4 lbs. 190
3 lbs. 130
Get Quality Meats At Our
Grade "A" Market
Fresh ' Delicious
WEINERS - -lb. 230 BOLOGNA - -lb. 190
Breakfast r k m
B A C ON - - - -lb. 300 MEAT - -lb. 200
Nic CHEESE - -lb. 290
FAT BACK - - -lb. 170 This Week-End Get
,. . .... FISH
DEL MAR - - 2 lbs. 350 trout-fillet of perch
C. E. RAY'S SONS
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