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THE WAYNES VHJLE MOUNTAINEER
Sarah Welch Weds
Sergeant Peek In
Clayton, June 11th
Mrs. Sallie Vance Welch, of
Bethel, has announced the mar
riage of her daughter, Miss Sarah
Lucretia Welch, to Sergeant Wal
lace William Peek. The vows were
solemnized in Clayton, Ga., on
Wednesday, June the 11th.
Mrs. Peek is a graduate of the
Micanopy high school of Micanopy,
Fla., and of the Southern Business
College of Charlotte. For the past
four years Bhe has held the posi
tion of bookkeeper at the Boyd
Furniture Company. Mrs. Peek is
widely connected throughout this
section, a descendant on both sides
of her family from early residents
of the county.
. Sergeant Peek is the son of Mrs,
Grace Peek and the late Marvin
Peek, of Bethel and Franklin. He
is a graduate of the Bethel high
school. He served in the y. S
Army for three years, two of which
were spent in the Canal Zone.
When he came out of the army
he enlisted in the regular army
reserve and was called into service
in February, at which time he held
a position with the American Enka
Corporation. Since his induction
in the army he has been stationed
at Camp Livingston.
Maggie Home Club Hold3
Meet With Mrs. Plott
Mrs. Dave Plott was hostess of
the Maggie home demonstration
club at the regular June meeting
held this week.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
home agent, gave an interesting
demonstration on "Clothing Fin
ishes." The clothing leaders also
passed .along timely suggestions
about what they had learned at
the clothing leaders': school.
Leaders on poultry, gardens, nu
trition and food conservation gave
reports of their work.
Mrs, Herbert Plott won the
county naming contest held during
the recreation hour.
Miss Anne Ferguson, of Snoqual
mie, Wash., daughter of U. H. Fer
guson, of Jonathan Creek, is visit
ing relatives and friends in the
county. Next week she will leave to
take up her work at the University
of Washington, where Bhe is doing
special study for her master's de
gree. In the fall she will return
1 Tom Seawell has returned from
a business trip to Lansing, Mich.-
Conn and His Mary Lou
I Billy Conn and pretty Mary Louis Smith an shown recently on the
beach at Ocean City, N. J. Mary Lou' father, ex-big leaguer Jimmy
Smith, had at first refused to give his blessing to th marriag of Ua
; daughter to th mas who nearly won the h vywight crown.
Piedmont Hotel To
The annual buffet dinner-dance
held each year at the Piedmont
Hotel will take place tonight, with
serving of dinner from 7 to 9
Music will be furnished by
Stringfellow's Buccaneers. The af
fair which has become to be gen
erally recognized as the official
opening of the summer season al
ways attracts a large crowd of
both the older and younger social
groups and is attended by a num
ber of out-of-town guests.
The Piedmont Hotel is one of
the most popular resort hotels in
this section and is one of the cen
ters for the social activities in the
community during the summer season.,'-
Mr. and Mrs. George Price, of
Spartanburg, who are spending
the season at their summer home
at Lake Summitt, were the guests
over the week-end of their daugh
ter, Mrs. James G. Huggin, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter, of
Lenoir City, have arrived to spend
the summer at their home at Bal
sam. They have with them for
several weeka, their daughter, Miss
At Francis Grocery
24-lb. Bag, American Eagle
Salt or Matches
2 for 50
46 oz. Can Pineapple
-,- : CHURCH'S
All For 330
White House Fruit
SEE US FOR
H j"",L'j' j f -
Lifebuoy 3 for 200
Lux Ig 24c-sm 10c
Rinso Ig 23c sm 3-25c
Lux Toilet 3 for 200
Fairy Soap 4 for 100
Native and Western Meats in
Our Grade "A" Market
WITH . 'I
Master Dobbins Howell
fiost of party on Eighth
Master Dobbins Howell was host
of a party on Friday afternoon
in celebration of his eighth birth
day anniversary. He was assist
ed by his mother, Mrs. Joe Howell,
in receiving and entertaining his
Those included in the party were,
Martha Howell, Betty Ann How
ell, Bobby Massie, Jimmie Swift,
Freddie Dicus, Roy Blackwell,
Steve Blackwell, Miles Stamey,
Henry Wright, Sam Jones, Galen
Purcell, Charles Howell, and Ted
Miss Nanette Jones left last
week as the guest .of her nieces,
Miss Nancy and Miss Sunny Crary,
of Wilmore, Ky., for a motor trip
of several weeks to Washington,
D, C, Baltimore, Annapolis, and
Binghamton, N. Y. ,
Mrs. Joe Rose and daughter,
Miss Carolyn Rose, of Chicago,
have arrived to spend several
weeks at their Bummer home at
Balsam. They will be joined on
Sunday by Mr. Rose, who will
spend several days here.
Miss Nancy Isenhour, of Char
lotte, has arrived to spend some
time here with her aunt, Mrs. R. L.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Massie and
daughterMiss Eileen Massie, and
son, Joe Massie, have returned
from an extended trip to Holly
wood, California, where the former
attended a national convention of
movie theater owners and mana
gers. En route home Mrs. Mas
sie and her daughter and son
stopped in Texas to visit relatives
for a week, while Mr. Massie came
Miss Margaret Hyatt, 'who is
now located in Tampa, has arriv
ed to spend the summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hyatt.
Mrs. N. Metzger, of Cleveland,
is visiting her daughter.
Mrs. Elaine Hudson at the Park
Mr. and Mrs. Noyes Long and
two children, of Old Hickory, Tenn.,
are expected to arrive today to
visit Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hardin.
Mr. Long will remain only a few
days, but Mrs. Lone" and children
will spend several weeks here with
Bobbie Breece was the guest
during the week of friends in Bre
. Jack Elwood is expected today
frotn Canton, Ohio, for a few days
visit with his family, who are
spending the summer with Mrs.
H. L. MacFayden, mother of Mrs.
Elwood. Mr. Elwood is making
the trip by plane.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reece have
as their guests this week, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Scott, of Durham.
Mrs. Jack Phillips and son Eddie,
of Jackson, Miss., spent last week
in town as the guests of the form
er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. V.
Miss Sara Jane Walker returned
Sunday from Lake Lure, where she
has served as a music counselor
at Camp Cedar Crest for the past
three week. She will spend the
summer with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton Walker. - .
. . '.".' ,.
Miss Mary Jo Herren, of Wash
ingtin, D. C, is spending the Bum
mer here dividing her time between
her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. V. Phillips, and her aunt, Miss
Jessie Herren. . ,
Mrs. Marion Smith, of Canton,
was the guest during the week-end
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones.
Mrs. Douglas Edwards, of Miami
Beach, has arrived in town to
spend two weeka here as the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Francis Massie.
Mrs. Edwards is the, former Miss
Luncheon Will Honor
Miss Haseltine Swift ,
Miss " Haseltine Swift will be
the honor guest of a lunch tomor
row followed by bridge and a
linen shower, with Mrs. Rufus
Siler and her daughter, Miss Emily
Suer as hostesses.
This will be the first of a num
ber of parties that will be given in
compliment to Miss Swift, whose
marriage to Lt. David Stents will
be an important social event here in
August. " .
Canton Baptist Women
Will Give Play at
First Baptist Church T
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Baptist church of Canton will
present a play here at the First
Baptist church on' Tuesday night
at the regular meeting of the worn.
en's group of the local church. The
meeting will start at 8 o'clock.
W. A. Hyatt has returned from a
trip to Newport News, and was
accompanied by his grandson, Don
Hyatt, Jr., who will spend the
Miss Evelyn Underwood has re- Mr and' Mrs .Tnrin &at.p.q
of North Carolina where she will Announce marriage 01
degree; cour8e9 r her M- A- Daughter on June 21st
Mr. and Mrs. John Scates. of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkins Underwood Hazel wood, have announced the
and son, of Elizabethton, Tenn., and marriage of their daughter, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Underwood, of Edna Scates, to William Franklin,
aaniora, nave returned to their of Sylva, on Saturday, June 21,
home after spending ten days here at Clayton, Georgia. Only a few
wiin ineir mOUier, Mrs. KOOert fr enda witnmMwl tha mrainnnv.
UnaerWOOd. The bririn nttonriori the, Wnvnpa.
Mrs. jb. a. Marsh and son, Byron o-room nnerntoa tho TTaiiimui
iuarsu, ox oryson t;icy, spent rues- Cafe.
aay m town as the guests of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin are mak-
ij ney were accompanied nome py nng their home with the bride's
iaido mite wuuimn, wnu will Visit nnronfa
d. j ir tti t i - .
Rprconnf TtnKKio sio "eT- "u reeier, ox
j... l ..hi. m .11 iwuuuwre, were iruesis aur
u.,re w.n ,u mrnuy. en,.. th wt n th T?oV .nH M,.
ChincSHlas 800 an Ounce
Marriage Of jJ
is Announced !
Mr. and Mrs. .Tan,. . :
of Campobello. S r v.l
Ced the marrino. l!K
Miss Edith Marie, OU
place on Saturdav .t,.'
at . the First Paptirt a!I
; The pastor of the chuJ
lev. IE. Gibson T)w UK
the vows. Only relative. J
timate friends wo i .,
Mrs. Charles S. Harriman holds naaO fortune In bar baads, the tat
chinchillas born In the northwest sad worth 800 an ease. They mm
from the Harriman farm near Ankara. Waahingtoq.
route to Fort Jackson from Ten
Lt. Wade Franklin, who is located
W. H. Neese at the Crabtree par
Mrs. William Shoolbred left
at Fort Jackson, ; spent several w-, " a.iL.
will visit relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. L. Massev had Marshal Davis who is employed
as their guests over the week-end, at Newport News, Va., came Sat-
Mrs. Kena King, Miss Freda Houk uy ior visit with nis parents,
and Aaron Vines, of Knoxville. Mr hl Mrs. Spurgeon Davis.
Mrs. Carl Hagan and Miss Mil- Miss Dorothy Richeson is at-
dred McCracken, of Sylvania, Ga., tending the Synodical Young Peo
are visiting their parents, Mr, and Ples Conference of the Southern
Mrs. W. L. McCraeken. Mr. Haran rreshyterian church at Tusculum
will join Mrs. Hagan for a visit College, Greenville, Tenn., this
before they return. wee.
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Miss Mary Evelyn Vines, of Mr. and Mrs. Rnh AnAr nA
Tharsley, Ala., is spending: several family, of Charlottesville, Va., and
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The fcrM . "
"wc a AAck. i
Mrs. Stone is a P.4
CampobeUo schools aA .l '
vine Teachers rnii0. i
past two years she J,..';0!
of Mr. and Mrs. rS?!
of Inman, S, C. He was ed
m the Inman schools
son Colles-a. Wo nnm v.i, '
nuu wnn wie Champion PanJ
mm nutie ana Virginia the 4
in a vucvuie wnerp th
Methodist Women Will
Hold Meeting Tuesday
tian Service of the Methodist KeV. O. K. Crockett
church will hold the regular meet- Will PrAnli In
in the ladies parlor at the church Hazelwood Snnday
Mrs. Bonner Ray will conduct the! .
me .ev. o. k. Crocketf
Franklin, will preach at tJ
" -"'- rite on ounaay I
ing in the Hazelwood Presj
lan cnurcn. Mr. Crockett
former pastor of the Waym
Presbyterian church and h
occasiona fillprl tha rmi-u
j ; j i J. .4.; I .. - - ""J 1U1L
. roouiuvu u I attend this service.
w nusKss h uw community cen
ter. Plans are being worked out
for various features of entertain
ment for the visitors under the
u: 1 m.M i I
BputiauiDtiijj va luc vuaiiiucf va I (XewS
Open house will be observed in
Mrs. Covington Takes
Over Duties As Official
Hostess at Center
weeks as the guest if her aunt, Mrs.
Z. L. Hassey, at her home on the
Mr. and Mrs. W. E Rheault. of
Elacine, Wis., are visiting: their
aunt and uncle, Mr; and Mrsv Vt
U. Nobeck, on Hazel street.
Mrs. Annie Tutweiler has re
turned after a visit t Washington,
u. u,-ew lork and other points
in the North.
Jimmie Tutweiler is spendine a
month in Atlanta visiting relatives.
Miss Louisa Thackston. of Char
lotte, who formerly resided here,.
a spending this weett with her
cousins, Miss Tillie and. Miss BS1
O. R. Martin, who is a mechan
ical instructor in a COC camp near
Elizabethtbwn, has returned to hi
work after spending two weeks
here with his family. He waa ac
companied as far as Spindale by
Mrs. Martin who win visit rela
tives there before returning; home.
Mrs. Fred Ensley and children
left Monday to join Mr. Ensler
at Newport News, Va, where he
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Massie, of
Gatlinburg, Tenn spent Monday
with relatives here.
In Tune for June
, JA i I)
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It- Ml I ' I
Amerka'a No. 1 glamor girl. Brand
Frazier la shown with John Simnw
(Shipwreck) Kelly, nightelubbing
In New York, Their marriage will
release to Brenda. $1,000,000 held
p by terms of her father's wilL
On ner Slat birthday, she gets ao
etber 14,000,000. Kelly woo fame
on the football gridiron.
Miss Mildred Anderson, of Mt.
Holly, N. J., came Saturday to
spend a week with Mrs. Anderson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sum-
merrow, and other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Griffin and
family visited the former's sister,
Mrs, Whitesides, at Gauley Bridge,
West Virginia, a part of last week.
They made the return trio by wav
Mr. and Mrs. Chrest Georsre
have moved into their home on
Main street in Hazelwood.
Mrs. L. W. Swann, of Asheville.
spent the week-end with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Walls.
Mrs. Myrtle Brendle Little and
her son, Sydney Little, of Rockf ord,
III., are spending this week in town
visiting relatives. Mrs. Little, the
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Newton Brendle, has not resided
here for the past 18 years.
CYlArlafl TTnHortlrhnii AnJ
me near iuture at me community maMeer of th lTnHOT,
center. Bridge parties and other Ultv ManufachirW fnmJ
social affairs will be announced porte(1 this week that hwbs3
later. i 0voiipnt" in hnty, th
Miss Marv Haves, of Okmuliree. P8 week he bought
Oklahoma, is spending this week of ls an1 manufactored
with: Mrs. William Matthews on leet i mmDer.
Howell Mill road and Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Gaddis in Hazelwood. I The following went to L'k
gan Sunday boating; Mr. and
VA Pntta Mr nnH Mrr Rant II
ua uee, oi uat- er Mr. and Mrs. Bill Abbott,
Miss Mariam Isenhour. of Char- The Junaluska Girl Swab
lotte, who is spending sometime with Mrs. Fulbright last Tl
here with her aunt. Mis. Kate aay
Morris, has as her guest Miss Vivi
Bain, also of Charlotte.
Col. and Mrs,
here during the week.
Miss Mattie Moody left Sun
day for a two weeks' visit with
her brother, Arthur Moody, in
Mr. and Mrs. George Wan
Asheville, and Mrs. Sue ; War
Lynchburg, Va., were guests
and Mrs. . A. E. Ward Sundaji
The bier boat on the lake is
ready for schedule runs afte:
dereointr considerable repairs
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jolly are I sinking on a sandbar neari
with Mrs. Kate Morris during the I auditorium,
period their home on Main street
is leased. The lEpworth League at U
Chapel elected officers burnt
Howell Messer, of Valdese, came the coming year. Miss Vera a
Friday to spend a few days with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jesse
Larry Gaddy, the eleven year
old son, of Mr. and Mrs. David
Gaddy, of Hazelwood, is confined
to his room with rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Paxton, of
Anderson, S. C-, were ' guests of
Mr. and Ttfrs. Dewey Ross over the
hart was named president,
Medf ord. vice nresident, Rutl (
son, secretary-treasurer and S
Mathis, chairman of publicity.
Mr. and Mrs. Hessie Tel
Miss Sarah Lonir and Phyla
land visited in Greenville wi
Mr. and' Mrs. Willard Mool
Waynesville, are building t
home overlooking the lake
expect to occupy t y rly
Announcing . . .
MOVING SOON INTO
A SPACIOUS SHOP WITH DOUBLE CAPACITY
IN BOYD BUILDING
NESTLE ARISTRnm at tvtxi a New Type
WAVING MACHINES USED EquP"nt
....... . . . . . Phone 306
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