THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Is
MRS. T. L. GWYN, Editor
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JOE ROSE COMPLIMENTS
NIECE AND FIANCE
On Saturday evening Mrs. Joe Rose,
of Chicago, entertained with a de
lightful affair at her home at Balsam
for her niece, Miss Adora Holtzclaw,
bride elect and Mr. Aaron Prevost,
groom to-be. The house was arranged
in quantities of dahlias in shades of
yellow and orange.
Mrs. Rose was assisted in receiving
by her daughter, Miss Caroline Rose,
her sisters, Mrs. Jack Holtzclaw,
mother of the bride, and Mrs. Adora
Rayne, Miss Josephine Holtzclaw and
Miss Hester Anne Withers.
The evening was featured by a linen
shower for Miss Holtzclaw, and u mis
cellaneous shower for Mr. Prevost.
The gifts for the bride were
arranged in a pink basket and
for the groom in a blue bask
et, and were drawn into the room
by little Miss Nicky Prevost, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prevost and
Master Jimmy Swift, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Swift, dressed as a bride
and groom. Both Miss Holtzclaw and
Mr. Prevost were the recipients of
many attractive gifts,
The guest list included, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Prevost, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Prevost, Mr. and Mis. Whitener
Prevost, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Prevost,
Miss Alice Quinlun, Mr. Clyde H. Kay,
Jr., Mrs. Jennie Breece, Mrs. Mary
Sauemnig, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mas
sie, Mr. and Mis. Bryant Smith, of
Canton, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lee, Mr.
Hugh J. Sloan, and Miss Betsy Lane
Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Barber, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Withers, Mr. Ern
est Withers, Jr., Mrs. W. F. Swift,
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Queen, Jr., Mrs.
H. B. Atkins, Judge and Mrs. Frank
Sniatheis, Mrs. B. F. Smathers, Mr.
and' Mrs.' Arthur, of Miami, and Mr.
WOMAN'S CLUB TO HOLD MEET
ING THIS AFTERNOON
The initial meeting of the Woman's
Club for the current year will bt- held
this afternoon in the assembly rooms
of tjhe American Legion home. Mrs.
Dan Watkins, president, will preside.
Mrs. W. II. Davis, state chairman
of music in the North Carolina Feder
ation of Women's Clubs, will be the
speaker of the afternoon. Her sub
ject will be, "The Origin and Source of
Mountain Songs." Hostesses of the
meeting will be, Mrs. J. P. Dious, Mi s.
I T. L. Rramlett, Mrs. Homer Henry,
(Mrs. R. N. Barber, and Mrs. E. J.
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JANE DUDLEY FRANCIS (JIVES
On Tuesday afternoon Jane Dudley
Francis entertained a group of her
friends at the .home of her parents
in observance of her birthday anni-
versary. A color motif of pink and j
green was used ill the decorations and i
appointments. She was assisted by !
her mother, Mrs. W. R. Francis and
her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Barker. :
The guest, list included, Mimi Cos-,
lm, Virginia Kellett, Catherine Hill!
Lois Massie, Charline Rotha, Betty ,
Jean Alley, Mary Lee Alley, Betty j
Francis, Jane Stentz, Mary Stent?,, !
Polly Francis, Ruby Frances Brown, i
Merrill Green, Meta Dicus, Carolyn :
WESTERN DISTRICT MUSIC
CLUBS TO HOLD MEETING HERE
The Western District of the North
Carolina Federation of Music Clubs,
will be held in Waynesville at the ;
Baptist church, on Saturday the 25th. i
Mrs. Grover Wilkes, of Sylva, and
member of the Waynesville Music ,
Club, is director of the district and '
The principal address of the day j
will be made by Mrs. J. S. Coriell, of j
Raleigh, state president. The pio-:
gram will be featured by other inier- j
esting numbers. j
At noon the delegates and those in j
attendance will be served lunch in the i
banquet hall of the Welch Memorial
Sunday school building.
The public is cordially invited to at- j
tend both the meeting and the lunch- j
eon. Reservations may be made for I
the latter by calling 180. The plates
will be 75 cents.
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MARRIAGE OF MR. ROY CROUSE
TAKES PLACE IN BIRNSVILLE
Of interest to friends here was the
marriage of Mrs. Elizabeth Hobbs J
Tudor, of Burnsville, to Mr. Roy
Crouse, also of Burnsville, which took
place on Saturday morning, the 11th,
in the Burnsville Baptist church. The
vows were spoken before the Rev. R. !
E. Power, pastor of the church.
The church was decorated in autumn
flowers and a wealth of evergreens.
Two floor chandlelabra holdmg 26
white tapers were placed on either
side of the altar, and with baskets of
flowers made a lovely background.
R. Floyd Crouse, of Sparta, an uncle
of the bridegroom, served as best man.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her father, Mr. F. W. Hobbs,
was lovely in a tailored ensemble of
Eleanor Blue, with navy accessories.
She wore a shoulder corsage of pink
rose buds and lilies of the valley.
Mrs. Grouse is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Hobbs, of Edenton. She
attended Meredith College, and is a
graduate of the Baptist hospital at
Winston-Salem, and studied public
health nursing at Pea body College, at
Nashville, Tenn. She is now connect
ed with the state health department,
solving as county nurse in Yancey
Mr. ('rouse is the son of Air. and
Mrs. T. L. ('rouse, of Sparta. He is a
graduate of the North Carolina State
College, and is assistant farm agent
in Yancey county. He was formerly
assistant farm agent in Haywood
Only immediate members of the two
families and a group of close friends
attended the wedding. Out of town
guests included, Mrs. Josephine Co-
nian Ferguson, Miss Alice Stringfield,
Miss Mary Margaret Smith, Mr. New
ton Cooke, and Mr. S. R. Mitchner,
alL of Waynesville; Mr. Isaac
London, of Rockingham, Mrs. J. Y.
Foard, of Statesville, and Mr. and Mrs.
Marion Ham, of Durham.
Immediately following the ceremony
the couple left for Myrtle Beach and
points in Florida. Upon their return
they will be at home at the Maples,
MISS HOLDFUN ESS AND LEE
DAVIS TO BE MARRIED
Mr. and Mrs. 'George Allen Holder
ness, of Tarboro, announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Harriett Howard Holderness, to Lee
Ferguson Davis, of Waynesville. The
marriage will take place in November.
The betrothal will attract wide
spread interest in this section as well
I as Eastern Caiotina and Virginia,
i Miss Holderness, younger daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Holderness, is a
native of Tarboro, and a graduate of
; Salem College.
j The bridegroom-elect 'is the son of
Mrs, Davis and the late Joseph Smal
j le.V Davis, of this county. He is a grad-
uate of Duke University. He form
erly resided in Tarboro, where he was
connected with the Atlantic Coast
Line Railway, but has been living in
Richmond, for the past year, where
he holds a position with the Virginia
Light and Power Company.
The wedding is planned as an even
ing ceremony Saturday, November the
20th, and will take place in the How
ard Memorial Presbyterian church
in Tarboro, which is a memorial tn
the grandparents of the bride-elect. 1
The marriage will be one of the im
portant nuptial events in North
Carolina society for this season.
Adding to the long list of students
who will attend Brevard College are
the following, who have recently enT
tered: Miss Mary Poteat, Miss Ma
rion Allen, Mr. Marshall Davis, Mr.
John West, and Mr. Hunter Henry.
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will give a beautiful re.
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tion of your patronage-
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DID YOU KNOW
That more used cars
have been sold each year
for the past 10 years
than new cars over the
same period ?
Over this ten-year per
iod there have been ap
used cars sold; while only
about 29,000,000 new
It will be good busi
ness for you to remember
us when in the market
for a used car. Our guar
antee goes a LONG
Gasoline is a peculiar
V hen you buy it at
the pump, it is a liquid.
When you use it, it's
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you mileage and power,
it's a joy.
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fill your tank with "Joy"
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In traveling ; 10,000
miles a car's rear axle
has revolved 7,500.000
times, and the crank
shaft 30,000,000 times
and the clutch, trans
mission, universal joints
and rear axle pinion also
thirty million times.
With proper lubrication,
these revolutions are re
latively unimportant but
with worn lubricants
they can easily develop
into something serious.
Our greasing equip
ment is handled by a
man with years of ex
perience. We believe we
offer a greasing and lu
bricating service that is
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and mechanics properly
: Do they take an inte
rest in your car?
Are they glad to see
you when you come in ?
Are they courteous
When you leave do
they thank you and ask
you to come a -''
Do they go ab.ni:
work as th-uch
loved it and M?
of the job t .!'. i W
they can do ?
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the eye and u4: '.
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