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PAOtfTWO (First SecHortT
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Greene-Fulton Marriage Solemnized
Here At First Baptist Church On 8th
The marriage of
Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Greene, of Fines Creek, to
William Sage Fulton, Jr., ! Km.
Mountain, was solemni.eii here at
the First Baptist church ;it .Villi
o'clock on Saturday evening, June
the 8th. The Hev. I.. C. Klliult.
pastor of the church, prnnounceil
the vows, using the double ring
Ferns, branched candelabra and
large baskets of white gladioli were
used to decorate the altar v.hile
lifhtcd eatlidial candle. Iiiirned in
the windows agaiMit a I1..1 kmoiinii
it f 1 ct-licl .
A program ol music
deied prior to taking ot
by Mis. Fred Campbell,
and Mis. W. I.. Malniv,
Mrs. Cainphell, accompanied b
Mrs. Mulilc.N, sang The Swede.-.! 1
Story Kver Told.' and "Hccau'-e."
Mrs. Matncv plated "Indian l.o'.i
Call" and ' 1 .iehsl rail in." Ir. I.I.-.I
using the traditional wedding
matches tor llic pioie. ional and
The hi ide :t:. gien in mai ri.r'r
bv her lather. She woie a kouii
of ivory Duchess satin, I.i-Ihoim d
With a filled bodice and a Iiil'Ii ;
neckline, trimmed down the trout
with tiny sell cowled buttons, and i
the sleeves Wire Ihieo iiiaitc i ;
length, fashioned of satin, with a
net undersleeve ending in point- j
"pver the baud. Tie' lined tip veil
was of French illusion and wa-.
"worn with a wiealh ol oianei
-ilos.sonis. She c.niieil a white
-prayer book to which w.e attached
'p white orchid.
- Miss Margaret Hi cell, cousin of
"the bride, was maul ot honor, and
.wore a gown of pink inous-eiine d"
soie with a lilted bodice, with a
sweetheart neckline, and the skill
fell in full lengths m biMIe model,
"She carried a ihim-hv ol nneil
flowers in pastel 'hades.
Miss Dorotlit Cieen, anothei
cousin of the bride, and Mis- Sue
,Kflly were bridesmaids. The
Jlvore gowns of green net fashioned
Tin similar lines as that of the maid
of, hour, and their flowers wi re
al$o old-fashioned nosegays ol
mixed pastel shades.
Bill Davis, of Kings Mountain,
.served as best man and u-Jiers
Were Martin Harmon. Marion
bift'er, Groce Feeler, and Warren
-iielk, all of Kings Mountain.
- Mrs. Greene, mother of the
Jiride, wore &iwo-piccc ensemble
"Of' pink crepe . Her Accessories
Jivere in white, while Mrs. Fullon,
tjnother of tlie bridegroom, wore a
dvvn of black, with black and
Jvhite accessories. Both wore coi
"ages of gardenias.
Following tne ceremony at the
Tjcliurch, the parents of the bride
entertained with a reception at the
Slotel Gordon. The receiving line
:ava.s composed of the bridal party
ild arents of the bride and bride
'rioom. ; Assisting at the reception in
Serving were: Mrs. Claude liog--ers,
Mrs. Wayne Corpening. Mrs.
John Carver. Mrs. Frank Kirkp.il
rick, Miss Edith Nolatid, AIiis Sara
Mr. and Mrs. Teague
! lave Family Reunion
At 1 Ionic Near Canton
Mr. and Mrs. John Teague en
tertained at a family reunion at
their home on the Clyde Koad uear
Canton on last Sunday at which
time all their children and grand
children were together for the first
lune in three sens, due to the
tact that two of their sons were in
I'ho.e present lor the event
weic Mr. and Mrs Millard Teague
and two children, of Brevard; Mur
der Teague. who returned a few
months ago from the I'acific the
ater and Mrs. Teague also from
Brevard: and (iu Teague who lias
recenth returned home from sev
eial lunula in Germany, Kngland,
and France, and Mrs. Teague and
i r two children, Doris Ann and
Mis- Margaret Jane Palmer, who
ha-- been at lending Brevard Col
lege, ha- ai lived tl pend the sum
mer liei e v. 1 1 h her J aim I v .
lilda Janes, while
- pi esiited at the
:. Jule Boyd, aunt
in charge of the
Ouccn and 1 :-
Me Zodie Crav
gilt table and All
ol I he hi ide, w ,e
bruit ' hook.
Following the reception the
(ouple hit bv motor lor a wed
ding trip to .ill unannounced des
tination. For traveling the bride
vvoie a two-piece dress of navy
blue ireoo. liimmed ill red and
white Her accessories were also
in red and white, and her corsage
v. a-- ol white orchids.
On their return from their wed
ding trip the couple will reside in
King . Mountain.
The bride is a graduate of Ihe
Woman's College ol the University
of urth Carolina from which she
holds an A.M. degree. She has
taught lor the past two years in
Ihe schools of Kings Mountain.
Mr. Fulton is a graduate of Kr
ski lie College ill the class of 1.940
and served for three years in the
Army Air Corps. Since his dis
charge he has been associated with
his tat her ill business in Kings
Among the out-of-town guests
attending the marriage were the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Fulton,
parents of the bridegroom. Kings
Mountain: Miss Lcnna Fulton, sis
ter, of Atlanta, Pritchard Fer
guson, uncle of the bride, and
Miss Zodie Graves, both of At
lanta; Mrs. Bill Davis, Miss Bess
: Hamhright , Garrison Goforth,, Bill
Fage, Mr. and Mrs. John McGill,
uncle and aunt of the bridegroom,
Mrs. II. H. Barton, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Belk. Mr. and Mrs. Din
wood Barton. Miss Alma Wright,
M' and Mrs. Moffitl A. Ware, Mr.
and Mrs. Moffitt A. Ware, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Groce Feeler, and Min
zell I'liilfer, all of Kings Mountain.
Wedding Took Place Saturday
I ' 1 tv
P- Wy"" lis
Is Married To
bSgt. Chas. -R. Haynes
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirkpatrick
of vWaynesvllle, have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Margaret Kirkpatrick, to Ser--eantiGhrJBsiBiehard
Of Mr and Mrs. Fulmer Haynes of
Clyde, rhih took place in Clay
ton, Oa., on Saturday. June the
For her marriage the bride chose
a suit of light blue wool with
The 'bride .will make her home
with 'her ilkarents in Waymesville
until >. .Haynes reeeives his dis
charge from 'the .armed fortes.
Usiflg Wayne.ivllle as their head
quarters, four photographers from
New iVork (.City made a series of
travelogue itype movies of West
ern Horth '.Carolina mountain scen
ery under m commercial arrange
ment with iFord Motor Company.
Peter Emmons was in charge of
the jroup, .whici hncluded Law
rence Matteson, tRodney Albright
and Jaok .Rowels. They resided
at the i Country elub, and left Fri
day for'NewiiYork. after completing
Ruby Frances Brown Betrothed To
Bernard Ottway Burton, Of Asheboro
Mr. and Mrs. J. Colvin 3rown
have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Miss Ruby Fran-
, i n.-nwn to Bernard Ottway Bur
ton, of Asheboro, ion of Mrs. John
W. Burton, and the late Mr. Bur
ton of Milton. The marriage will
be solemnized on Saturday, June
22, at 8:30 in the evening at the
First Baptist church here.
In the absence of the pastor, Rev.
M. K. Williamson, pastor of the
Waynesville Presbyterian church,
assisted by James Crisp, of Bre
vard, will pronounce the vows.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the Waynesville Township high
school and of the University of
North Carolina, having majored at
the latter in journalism, making
an outstanding scholastic record.
She was a member of the Chi Delta
Phi honorary society at the Uni
versity. Since her graduation last
year she has held a position with
the Greenboro Daily News.
Mr. Burton, a practicing attor
ney of Asheboro, is a . graduate of
the Schools of Commerce and Law
of the University of North Carolina
and of the school of Industrial
Engineering of Harvard University.
He is a member of the Shriners
and of the Elks.
Miss Oleta Bryson
Bernard Richard Noland
Mrs. Adgie L. Bryson, of Chi
cago, formerly of Waynesville, has
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Miss Oleta Bryson to
.Bernard Richard Roland, Jr., of
Chicago Heights, 111.
The marriage is scheduled to
take .plaee some time in August,
the exact date to be announced
later. The ceremony will be per
formed at the North Shore Baptist
church of Chicago.
Mrs. N. F. Lancaster and son,
Bobby, are visiting relatives and
friends in Richmond, while Dr.
Lancaster is taking a special course
at Charlottesville, Aa.
(,a' night i- .,
sth"l auditory J
sorshin ... ., " "I
B Mun fromf
S0"' a,ilt "unci
invited in m
Miss llalIP(. A
nveci ii,n s
sclinol 11 . al, I
Hundreds Killed In
Earthquake in Turkey
ISTANBUL At least 1,300 per
sons were killed in the earthquake
which -struck eastern Turkey at
dawn Friday .and the full toll may
run into thousands, the Turkish
Red Cross said recently. j
In three widely separated com- j
munities alone, 1,339 persons were
listed as dead. The community of
Karliova reported 756 dead, Varto,
323 and Ustukan, 260. The Hed j
Cross said it would be days before
the full total of caualties was de- i
Miss Anne Edmonds who has
been attending Florida Southern
College, Lakeland Fla., arrived dur
ing the week, accompanied by her
parents, who went down to bring
her home for the vacation.
pening Friday, June 14
(Formerly Green Tree Tea Room)
Now Under New Management.
Open Every Day
Mr. & Mrs. JohnA.Wi
1V1US. WILLIAM SAGK FULTON, JR., whose marriage look place
here on Saturday in Ihe First Baptist church, prior to her wedding was
Miss Uuth Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Greene, of Fines
Creek. t Photo by Skyland Studiot.
County 'Home Agents
Meet Over Week-End
Miss Mary Margaret Smith and
Miss Helen Smith, county home
deiinmst rat ion agents spent the
past week-end at a ranch near
llaycsville, where they attended a
meeting of the agents of the West-
f TIiik men who gave the name "Trailways" to this nation.
J. wide bus system, thought it to be a more romantic
word than "Highways." America's highways, the finest
in tlie world, are more than mere arteries of commerce.
They're magic carpets that take you to and through the
scenic wonderlands of the nation.
Whether you call them "trailways" or "highways" or just
plain "roads" . . . they'll still beckon you on to romance
and adventure. And Trailways buses are your lowco8t
com fortahle, convenient way to really enjoy traveling scenic
America. There's a friendly Trailways travel expert near
you. Phone or see him before you plan your ttip.
Gives UDC History
!Of State Flag
Prof. W. C. Allen addressed the
members of the Haywood Chapter
of the United Daughters of the
Confederacy at their .lune meeting
which was held on Friday after
noon at "Windover," with Mrs. J.
Harden Howell as hostess, and
Mrs. Jimmy Boyd, president, pre
siding. Prof. Allen told the story of the
North Carolina flag giving the his.
torical background of the flag and
the changes. He spoke at length on
the agitation regarding the Meck
lenburg Declaration of Independ
ence and pointed out the fact that
the children are taught conflicting
stories regarding this event. He
urged that there be some steps
taken to correct this difference
and that the students at least be
taught one storv.
It was reported that $34 was
realized from the annual Flag Day
sales, the fund to be used for edu
cational, historical and benevolent
A brief part of the program was
given over to the observance of
the birthday of Jefferson Davis,
president of the Confederacy, was
born on June 3rd. A letter was
read from the president general of
the group giving his contribution
to the lost cause of the confed
eracy. A communication was also read
from Mrs. Paul Broden, president
of the North Carolina Divisions in
which she urged that all members
plan to attend the Golden Jubilee,
the fiftieth anniversary of the
founding of the Daughters of the
Confederacy, which will be held in
A social hour followed adjournment.
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omoKY mountain llTRfllCXVIWS
Phone 136 Waynesville, N. C.
The James A. Gwyn
Have Family House
Party This Week
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gwyn
1 1 a ii art uiru ucots vv i mv kihi'
end Mr. and Mrs. Willis Smith of
Raleigh. Mrs. Smith is the former
Miss Dollie Lee, of Waynesville,
sister of Mrs. Gwyn. On Monday,
Mr. Smith left for Raleigh, and
Mrs. Smith was joined at the home
of her sister by Mrs. Thos. Wood,
of Edenton, Mrs. Cameron Lewis,
of Charleston, West Virginia, and
Mrs. Leslie Dickey, of Sweet
Water, Tenn., all sisters of Mrs.
Gwyn and Mrs. Smith.
A smart trader is an ordinary
sucker who finds another sueher
who will pay even more.
em district of the State organiza
Are Announced As Follows:
On All Quart Bottles of Sweet Milk One Cent Increasj
On All Half -Pint Bottles of Sweet Milk .... Quarter-Cent Increasj
Quart Bottles of Cream Increased 4c
Pint Boltles of Cream Increased 2c
Half-Pint Bottles of Cream Increased lc
Quarts of Buttermilk Increased 2c
Half-Pint Bottles Buttermilk Increased l-8c ,
Quarts of Chocolate Milk Increased l-2c
Half-Pint Chocolate Milk Increased l-8c
This new schedule of prices is in accordance with ihe OPA anno'
inent from Washington dated June 2. and is effective immeM
Pel Dairy Products
tion of home demonstration agents,