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, Office Phone GL 6-5301 - Eleanor B. Sloan, Editor - Home Phone GL 6-4952
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Miss Helen Joy Howell
Is Married In Canton
Miss Helen Joy Howell became
the bride of Robert Eugene Allen
Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Central
Methodist Church, Canton. The
Rev. W. Harold Groce, pastor, per
formerd the ceremony.
Miss Howell is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Howell of
Canton. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Allen
The church was decorated with
an arch covered with ivy and
flanked with palms, evergreens and
fern and arrangements of white
dahlias. A program of weddingj
music Was presented by Mrs. Frank
Wykle. organist, and Mrs. T. P.
The bride, given In marriage by
her father, wore a gown of ivory
satin fashioned along princess lines
with a fitted bodice, portrait neck
line trimmed with seed pearls and
sleeves ending in points over the
hands. The bouffant skirt extended
Into a cathedral train. Her linger-;
tip veil of Illusion was attached to
a Juliet cap trimmed with pearls
and she carried a white satin
prayer book topped with a white
Miss Elaine Francis of Waynes
ville was maid of honor. She wore
a gown of white nylon tulle over ;
taffeta with a fitted bodice and
bouffant skirt. Her headress was
a white picture hat and she car
ried a nosegay of white and red
Honorary bridesmaids were Mrs.
C. W. Hardin, Jr., Mrs. Patricia
Smathers, Mrs. Charles Karriker,
Mrs. Carolyn McElrath, Miss Mary
Anne Dudley, Miss Betty Miller,!
Mrs. Bill Rogers, Mrs. A. J. Reno,
all of Canton, and Mrs. Bill Burgin
William O. Allen of Fountain
Jnn, S. C., served as his brothers
best man. Ushers were Robert
Snyder. Joe Mauney of Shelby, Billj
Burgin of Waynesville and Robert
Robeson of Newport News, Va.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held in the home of the
bride'l parents. Assisting in serv
ing were Mrs. Janet Randall of
Canton, aunt of the bridegroom.
Mrs. Dewey Rogers of Arden, Miss
Louisa Rogers at Nashville, Tenn
J?nt s V1' -'md Mrs.
W. O. Allen, brother and sister-in
iaw of the bridegroom; Mr. and;
Mrs. R. B. Howell of Asheville and ,
"Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burgin.
The mother of the bride wore a
navy blue crepe dress with pink
accessories and a corsage of pink
carnations. The bridegroom's
mother wore a blue taffeta dress
with powder blue accessories and
a blue-rose corsage.
After the reception the couple
left by motor for a wedding trip
to Washington, D. C. For traveling
the bride wore a Norse blue linen
suit trimmed with rhinestones and
pink accessories. Her corsage was
the orchid detached from her
Upon their return the couple
will reside in Goldsboro.
Mrs. Allen was graduated from
Canton High School and Woman's
College, Greensboro, receiving a
degree in voice and music educa
tion. She was soloist for the col
lege choir, Greensboro churches
and Transylvania Music Camp.
Mr. Allen was graduated from
Canton High School. He attended
the University of North Carolina,
Florida Southern College and was
graduated from Wake Forest Law
School. He is a member of Phi
Alpha Delta legal fraternity and
Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity.
Has Meeting In
The Fairview Home Demonstra
tion Club held a regular meeting
In the HEA kitchen Monday after
noon with Mrs. Joseph Migliarini
and Mrs. Ben Price as hostesses.
Mrs. Fred Plott, president, pre
sided and plans were made for a
fund raising drive. Mrs. R. J. Fow
ler, chairman of the Achievement
Day committee, gave a report of
plans for the club's exhibit. Plans
were also made for a copper work
shop to be held in October at the
home of Mrs. Bonnie Rayle.
Miss Mary Cornwell, in a dem
onstration of "Fruits To Top Your
Meals," spoke of the value of fruits
used as desserts, salads, and other
dishes, to maintain a balnced diet.
She said that many desserts furnish
little more than fuel for energy
or calories while fruits furnish
health protecting minerals and
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Tally-Ho Club Plans
Calendar For 1953-54
The Tally-Ho Club of the
Waynesville High School held its
first meeting of the new school year
Linda Welch presided and plans
were made for the year.
The club adopted as a slogan
"Better Human Relations," and
set up a tentative calendar as fol
lows: September, hayride; October,
masquerade; November, play; De
cember, formal party; January,
theatre party; February, talent
show; March, play; April, skating
party; May, banquet.
Miss Alma Jackson is faculty
advisor for the club.
^^^6 Expansion band. jk(' -
I Expansion bond.
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MISS LAURA PALMER WOODY
These two young ladies have been invited to make their debuts
in Raleigh at the Terpsichorean Club's 27th annual Debutante
Ball to be held September II in Memorial Auditorium. Miss
Woody is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Woody of Waynes
ville and the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
MISS DOROTHY LANE PREVOST
Woody of Cataloochee and the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. Foote
of Atlanta. Miss Prevost is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Prevost and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Prevost and
the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. Lane of Atlanta.
Laura Woody, Lane Prevost
To Make Debuts In Raleigh
Miss Laura Palmer Woody and
Miss Dorothy Lane Prevost will be
presented to society at the 27th an
nual Debutante Ball to be held by
the Terpsichorean Club of Raleigh
September 11 at Memorial Audi
torium. Miss Woody will be one of
the assistant leaders for the de
The Waynesville girls will be
among approximately 140 girls of
the state who will make their de
buts al this time.
A full program is planned for
the debutantes from the time they
Arrive In Raleigh next Thursday
until Sunday. In addition to the
Ball, which will be held Friday
evening, a dance will be held Sat
urday night, also at Memorial
Friday's program includes lunch
eon at the Virginia Dare Ballroom
of the Sir Walter Hotel for debu
tantes and their chief marshals. On
Saturday there will be a morning
dance at the Carolina Country
Club and a tea at the executive
mansion for debutantes, escorts,
and mothers of debutantes. Private
parties are scheduled.
Miss Woody, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jonathan Wbody, is a member
of the sophomore class at Ran
dolph-Macon College. She will have
as her chief marshal, Ralph Feich
ter of Waynesville and other mar
shals will be Hallett Ward, Jr.
and George Dewey Stovall of
Waynesville, Tom Page of Lynch
burg, Va. and Tom Tennant of
Miss Prevost is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prevost*and
will enter her second year at Ste
phens College, Columbia, Missouri
this fall. Jimmy Swift will escort
her as chief marshal and others
will be Robert Jeter. Mark Rog
ers. and Ben West, Jr., of Ashe
The debutantes and their par
ents will leave next Thursday for
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Mr. and Mrs. Boyd To
Be Honored At Shower
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyd, whose
hame was recently destroyed by
fire, will be given a miscellaneous
shower Saturday night by the res
idents of the Jonathan Creek Com
The shower will be held In the
Jonathan Creek school beginning
at 8 o'clock.
Everyone is invited.
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Miss Aleen Williams, daughter
of Mr. and /Mrs. Dwlght William*
left yesterday to resume her
studies at'Maryville College, Mary
ville. Tenn. She is a member of the
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Mrs. J. R. Leatherwood of Mc
Kinney, Texas is visiting relatives
and friends here. She is the former
Miss Stacey Wilburn.
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William Gordon of Sumter, S.
C. has .loined Mrs. Gordon and
their children, Deborah and Cel
este; for a week end visit with Mrs.
Gordon's mother, Mrs. J. P. Dicus.
The visitors expect to return
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Mrs. William M. Hutchinson of
Atlanta, a summer resident Of
Balsam for many years, Is a guest
at the Balsam Mountain Springs
Of Fruit Dishes
Mrs. George Wright and Mrs.
Frank Cabe were hostesses for a
meeting of the Beaverdam Home
Demonstration Club Tuesday af
ternoon in the home of Mrs.
Devotions were conducted by
Mrs. C. E. Jacobs after which Mrs.
George Frady, president, presided
at a business session.
Mrs. Paul Robinson, chairman
of the Achievement Day Commit
tee, reported on plans for the
Mrs. Ray Robinson, family life
leader, discussed the value of
praise and appreciation in daily
living. She said that children need
more praise and ppreciatlon and
less correction, while parents need
more praise and appreciation and
less criticism. Employees, Mrs.
Robinson stated, have responded
to appreciation by working hard
er and more enthusiastically, in
contrast to the discouraging atti
tude produced by constant fault
Mrs. Paul Robinson, food con
servation leader, gave instructions
for proper freezing of foods.
The demonstration on "Fruits
To Top Your Meals," was given
by Miss Mary Cornwell. Miss
Cornwell prepared three fruit
dishes, suitable for serving as a
main course, salad, or dessert, and
emphasized the value of fruits as
a source of Vitamins A and C.
Refreshments were served by
the hostess during the social hour.
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Dr. Thomas Stringfield and Jim
Kilpatrick of Wavnesville and S.
T. Dell of Gainesville, Fla., will
leave tomorrow for Cape Cod
where they will take "The Lively
Lady," a 46-foot yawl, for a sail
down the coast to Bay Head, N. J.
They will stop for a few days in
New York en route to Cape Cod.
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Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davis and chil
dren, Lee, Jr., Patsy, and Allen,
of Richmond, Va. have returned to
their home after spending this
week with relatives in the county.
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Mr. and Mrs. Gould de Neer
gaard and son, Dick de Neergaard,
of New York are . spending this
week at Prospect Hill. Mr. Neer
gaard is a former resident of
FOR SALE?Large tract of land at
a very good price. See Mrs. Hugh
Penland at the West Pigeon Food
FOR RENT ? Furnished garage
apartment on Oak Street. Call
Charlie Woodard. 0115 or GL 6
8359. S 3
FOR SALE?1514 acres of land at
Clyde. Good six room house,
barn, 5/10 tobacco allotment,
crop and all goes with it. 3
springs on plgce. At low price.
See G. F. Mashbur*y at Shoe
Store in Hazehrood ?rSoial GL
6-3248. 83 3"7"10
FOR SALf my lyj^lrway
sanitiz* IU 4 21 80od
Course To Be
Held In Canton
The-second course of the garden
school of the extension division
of North Carolina State College:
will be held in the First Baptist
Church educational building at
Canton, September 15, 16 and 17,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. A. W. Bottoms, general chair
man of the school.
All persons interested in grow
ing or arranging flowers are invit
ed to attend the school without re
gard to membership in a garden
club, pickets and information may
be obtained from Mrs. Ralph Crawt
The following books are recom
mended for reading in prepara
tion for the school: j
"The Plant Doctor," by Cynthia
Westeott; "Design in Flower Ar
rangement," by John and Doro
thy Adams; "Wild Flowers for Your
Garden," by Helen Hull and "Wo
man's Home Companion Garden
Book," by Wist'er.
Mrs. Wflson Walker of Spartan
burg, S. C.,-nationally known as a
lecturer, flower show judge, and
instructor in horticulture, will con
duct a class on Horticulture the
first day of the school.
Serving as committee chairmen!
with Mrs. Bottoms are Mrs. Paul
Launer, hospitality; Mrs. Fred
Ferguson, flower arrangements;
Mrs. R. W. Scholl, publicity; Mrs.
W. P. Dixon, decorating; Mrs.
Ralph Crawford .registration; Mrs.
George Hanger, finance; and Mrs.
H, A, Helder, examination.
Bookmobile Will Not
Operate Next Week
The Haywood County Bookmo
bile will not be in operation -dur
ing the week beginning September
7 so that those in charge may set
up a new schedule. ? j
Miss Margaret Johnston, librar
1 ian, has requested that communi- .
-ties, not alr^hdy on the schedule,
contact her if they wish to be in
cluded In the Bookmobile stops.
The Bookmobile will resume op
eration Monday, September 14.
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Col. Harry Crawford has'relurn- i
ed after a visit to relatives in
UDC ymi Hold First
Fall Meeting Friday
The Haywood Chapter, United
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
hold its initial fall meeting in the
home of Mrs. O. H. Martin, Friday
at 3:30 p.m.
Mrs. M. C. Green will be co
hostess for the meeting.
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Giraffe Study Postponed
DURHAM (AP) ? Native uprls-I
ings In Africa have postponed a
projected trip of three Duke Uni
versity doctors to study the blood
pressure of giraffes. Dr. James W.
Warren and his assistants, Drs.
Henry D. Mcintosh and E. Harvey
Rstfs, had planned the trip under
a grant of the Office of Naval Re
search. The grant has been ex
tended to Jan. 1.
An African hunter Is, holding
several giraffes for the Duke medi
cal team. Theoretically, a giraffe
lives with a constant blood pressure
that would kill any other animal.
Including man. The researchers
want to learn how the giraffe's
heart gnd artery tissues stand the
suraiu ui imr uigu uiuuu prPSNuTT.
Miss Herman Returns From Mexico
.After Summer With Service Groun
Miss Rosemary Herman has re
turned from Mexico where she
spent the summer with a wdrlt
camp unit of the American Friends
Service Committee at Tlaxeala.
Miss Herman directed a chil
dren's library at Esquela Miguel
Aleman in Tlaxeala, where she
spent most of eight weeks, and as
sisted with other programs in
nearby towns. She assisted in the
handicraft program at an elemen
' tary school in Acuitlapilco and was
1 assistant director of playground
recreation at Ocotaln.
One of the highlights of her stay
in Mexico, according to Miss Her
man, was the Institute of Inter
national Relations, which she at
tended at Tepoztatn. The institute
was attended by students from Eur
ope, Central America, and Mexico,
; with a few representatives of the
Miss Herman also enjoyed a re
ception given for members of he?
work unit by the governor of the
state of Tlaxeala.
The American Friends Service
Committee, representing the Quak
ers, has for five years sponsored a
volunteer work program for peo
ple of many countries to meet,
learn of other cultures, and help
one country or another with social
The young men and women in
service projects work under Mex
ican direction and conform in every
way to the customs of the natives.
In the work camp unit with Miss
Herman were about twenty
teers, including Miss Ruth
rath of Asheville, girls
Greece, France, China, and
The group visited other M
cities during weekends.
Miss Herman will ]eave
week to resume her position
Spanish Department at
Washington College, Fred
burg, Va. She Is now with h
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. H
Mrs. Farmer HosteJ
For Home Dem. Cluji
A regular meeting of the J
; Creek Home Demon?tr?tioo|
I was held Wednesday in the 1
1 Kitchen with Mrs. Moody rj
Mrs. Hiram McCracken prtJ
I and plans were made for a
workshop to be held in Oc]
The demonstration was givl
| Miss Mary Cornwall on -?
i To Top Your Meals." 1
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I Recent guests of Mr and!
William Medford were Mr.l
Mrs. Russell Grumman tail
former's mother, Mrs GruJ
and Miss Leta Church, d
Chapel Hill and Mr. and Mil
Murphy and children of CM
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Charles Alley left yesterfl
eater the School of Mul
Oklahoma City University ial
You'll especially appreciate
. its wonderful little dressmakef
H| / touches ... buttons on the
P?' diagonal, punctuating the
cut away line ^the crisp,
peaked collar. The fabric looks the
image of expensive worsted,tweed,
but it's actually textured rayon . . .
Jacket is fully lined with iridescent
' taffeta. British walker skirt.
J Muted shades of blue, pfnk,
K aqua or natural.
Sizes 10 to 18.
123 Main Street
Strand Theatre Bldg.