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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, 1 i7
Son Of Former
, The marriage of Miss Eleanor
Marie Listen, of Amboy, 111., and
James Willis Cline, of Dixon, 111..
was solemnized at two o'clock Sat
urday afternoon in the First Meth
odist church here. The Rev. W.
L- Hutching, superintendent of the
Waynesvule district, pronounced
the tows. .
The church was arranged in tall
vases of white flowers interspersed
with greenery with floor candala-
bra holding white tapers.
Prior to the ceremony Mrs. W. L.
Matney, church organist, played
a brief program of nuptial music,
using the traditional marches for
the processional and recessional.
There were no attendants and
the bride and groom entered the
The bride chose for her marriage
a sheer frock in navy blue with
which she wore white accessories,
and her flowers were a corsage of
red roses. Mrs, Cline is the daugh
ter of the , late Mr. and Mrs.
Matthew Liston, of Amboy, 111.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Smith Cline, of Dixon, 111.
He is the grandson of the late J.
M. Mock, his mother before her
marriage was Miss Lelia Mock.
He is a private, first class in Com
pany A 129 Infantry and is Sta
tioned at Camp Forest, Tenn.
Waynesville was chosen for the
wedding because the groom's par
ents had been married here-
The night before the marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Massie, the lat
ter an aunt of the groom, were
hosts of an informal affair at their
home on Main street with only
members of the family present.
MKS. ALBfcJKT JUSTICE was
Miss Bessie Ella Swayngim before
her marriage in a quiet ceremony
at York, S. C, to Corporal Albert
Justice, of Quantico, Va., and
Charlotte. : Mrs. Jackson is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Swayngim, of Waynesville.
Mary Lee and Betty
Gene Alley Hostesses
Of Informal Dance
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ferguson
left Sunday for Deerfield, N. J.,
where the former has accepted a
position with Newton W. Grice,
Miss Virginia Kellett is expected
home this week from Lenoir-Rhyne
College where she has been serv
ing as secretary to one of the de
partments during the session of the
summer school. She will spend
the remainder of the summer here
with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Kel--lett,
returning to college in the
Miss Mary Lee and Miss Betty
Gene Alley entertained on Friday
evening with an informal dance
at their home at Lake Junaluska.
They were assisted by their moth
er, Mrs. F. E. Alley, Jr., in receiv
ing their guests.
Included among those attend
ing were! Patsy Gwyn, Dorothy
Richeson, Carroll Bell, Janette
Burgin, Anne Osborne, Ruby
Frances Brown, Winifred Rodgers,
Martha Thomas, Betty Adams, Lois
Massie, Mary Stentz, Joy Edge.
Also Zeb Curtis, Jr., Billie Dover,
Lester Burgin, Jr., J. D. Hyatt,
Henry Foy, Marion Green, Bill
Harrison, Fred Martin, Jr., Rich
ard Bradley, Dick Hall, Sam Mc
Elroy, Ben Colkitt, Jr., Harry Mc
Cracken, Andrew Cornise, Mickey
Mixon, Howard Post, Dean Ledford,
and Earl Buckner.
Mrs. S. C. Satterthwait, of At
lanta, has arrived for the summer
months. She is with her daugh
ter, Mrs. E. L. Withers.
Miss Swift Feted
Mrs. Ernest L. Withers and hr
daughter, Miss ,'. Hester Anne
Withers entertained with a lunch'
eon on Friday as a courtesy to Miss
Haseltine Swift, bride-elect of
August, whose marriage to Lieu
tenant David Stents will be an
outstanding event of the summer.
The bride and her attendants
were seated at one large table which
bore the bridal motiff. An old fash
ioned nosegay of white flowers in a
silver bowl with a lace border ef
fect centered the table. This was
flanked by silver holders with
white tapers, also arranged in
white nosegay effects. Each place
was marked by a nosegay of mini
iature size also in the white flow
The other guests were seated at
small tables which were also
ranged in the bridal motif.
Following the serving of lunch
eon the bride-elect was given
bedroom shower, receiving many
lovely gifts. After the shower.
Mrs. J. Dale Stentz, Miss Jane
Stentz, Miss Mary Stentz and Mrs.
Ellen Louise Queen gave several
The guest list was confined to
the bridal party and close relatives
which included: Mrs. W. F. Swift
mother of Miss Swift, Mrs
Dale Stentz, mother of the
groom-elect, Miss Nancy Killian,
Mrs. James W. Killian, Mrs. L. M.
Killian, Mrs. Nora Swift Atkins,
Mrs. J. H. Howell, Mrs. Rufus
Siler, Miss Haseltine Swift, Miss
Mary Stentz, Miss Jane Stentz,
Mrs. Ellen Louise Queen, Miss
Sarah Jane Walker, Miss Antio-
nette Salley, of Asiieville, and
Miss Carolyn Rose, of Chicago. '
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mily Siler Goes
To Lumberton To
Join Welfare Staff
Miss (Emily Siler, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Siler. will
leave next week for Lumberton
where she will take over her du
ties as case worker in the welfare
department of Robeson county.
Miss biler is a graduate of Peace
Junior College, the Woman's Col
lege of the University of North
Carolina, and did special work
last year at the State University in
preparation for her work.
Gladys Walker Hostess
O (J. OF C. Meeting
The Haywood chapter of the
Children of the Confederacy held
the regular July meeting on Fri
day evening with Gladys Walker.
"Confederate Relationship With
Foreign Countries," was the sub
ject under study, lead by Eugenia
New programs for the coming
year were distributed. The course
of study has been outlined this
year for the group by district
Announcement was made of the
next meeting to be held with Miss
Ruby Frances Brown.
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Clinton Mathis Observes
Birthday With Party At
Home In Hazelwood
Clinton Mathis observed his
birthday anniversary With a party
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Frank Mathis, in Hazelwood
on Saturday evening. Dancing
featured the entertainment.
The guest list included: Juanita
Mathis, Dorothy Mitchell, Gladys
Hoyle", Margaret Gilliland, Geneva
Creasman, "Pee Wee' McGaha, Bill
Mathis, Thomas Kates, Usell
Kates, Wilda Mae Mitchell, Everett
Mitchell, Johnson Mitchell, Glenn
Lunsford, Ulas Creasman. Bill
Creasman. Medf ord Smith. Movd
Mathis, Ray Noland, Troy Early,
Welch Early, Frank Sorrells; Mer
ilyn'Dillard, of Durham, Clay Mc
Gaha and Junior Kates, of Fort
Miss Iris McClure Weds
John W. Blanton In
Clayton on July 3rd
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Mc
Clure have announced the mar
riage of their daughter. Miss Iris
McClure, to John W, Blanton, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Blanton,
of Balsam. The marriage took
place at Clayton, Ga on Thurs
day, July 3rd.
Mrs. Blanton is a graduate of
the local high school of the class of
'39. ' -
The groom also attended the
Waynesville high school and is now
employed by the State Highway
County Group Meet
With Mrs. Hammett
The executive committee of the
Woman's Missionary Society of
the Haywood Association met at the
home of Mrs. H. G. Hammett here
recently, and outlined plans for
the year, and discussed problems
confronting the group.
Those present beside the hos
tess, were Mrs. E. C. Horton, Mrs.
Henry Davis, Mrs. H. K. Masteller,
Mrs. Dan CogdilL Mrs. M. T.
Brooks, Mrs. Smiley Carver, Mrs.
H. A. Quick and Mrs. Haynes.
Working with the British War Be
lief Society in New York,
Elizabeth Hitler, estranged wife of
Adolf Hitler's brother, Alois, is do
ing her bit to defeat her German
lrinman. She is oroudlv pointing
to her Aid Britain pin. Her son i
in tha Otvadian arm.
Mr. and Mrs. Stentz
Lease Clarence Phillips
Home on Howell Mill Road
Mr. and Mrs. J, Dale Stentz, who
have been occupying the Stuart
residence at Lake Junaluska, which
has recently been sold, moved this
week into the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Phillips on the How
ell Mill road.
Mrs. John Sprague, of Raleigh,
who formerly resided in Waynes
ville, is spending sometime here
as the guest at the home of Mrs.
L. Turbyfill. .
Give Annual Tea
The Women's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church will give their
annual musical on Tuesday after
noon the 22nd at the home of Mrs.
Hugh A. Love. The usual silver
offering will be taken.
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick and Mrs.
Hugh A. Love are in charge of the
program which will include several
out of town artisists.
Miss Robena Miller, president of
the auxiliary, will be assisted by
some of the members of the group
The hours are from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Public invited to attend.
Miss Tela McLean Is
Bride of F. E. Futehum
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. McLean, of
Horseshoe, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Tela McLean, to Frank E. Fulghum,
of Asheville, on July 3, at the
Oakley Baptist church in Asheville.-
The Rev. Bale Rogers performed
the ceremony in the presence of the
families and a few close friend.
The bride attended the Waynes
ville Township high school and is
employed by the American Enka
Corporation. The bridegroom, who
is the son of Mrs. Ola Fulghum,
of Lavonia, Ga., is connected with
Gene Ochsenreiter company.
Following a wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Fulghum are residing at
Bnarcliff Inn, Asheville.
Sergeant Hugh J. Sloan, who is
stationed at Fort Jackson, spent
the week-end in town with his
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Tea For DaU
And Others To?
witn a tea R; 1
from 3:30 to
home of her mother M
During business hours Mrs. Melli
Tayloe Ross is director of the U. S
mint, but all other times she Is just
grandma to the infant she is showi
holding so proudly. Left, Is th
baby's equally proud father, Lieut
William B. Ross, shown in May
uard Hospital, Seattle, Washingt-
Corporal James Harden How
ell, of Fort Jackson, spent several
days during the week here with
ALLEN-GREEN MARRIAGE IS
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Allen, of
Waynesville, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Mariam Allen, to Louis N. Green,
of Balsam, on December 1, 1940,
in Clayton, Ga.
Mrs. Green is a graduate of
Brevard College and is employed by
the Unagusta Manufacturing Co.,
at Hazelwood. Mr. Green is a grad
uate of Sylva high school. -v
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rogers had
as guests over the week-end Mr.
Rogers' sister, Miss Lucile Rogers,
of Clyde, and Miss Virginia Vann,
of Columbus, Ga.
Mrs. Laura Tyler, of Aiken, who
has a summer home here and
spends part of each season here,
has arrived and is a guest at the
home of Mrs. P. L. Turbyfill.
The affair wnfCM
ter of the hostess
Elwood, who i .
for the summer vacatioJ
HaseltinA 1 sh .u l
next month, and Mrs
liamson; wif e of the
.Receiving with the "kL
Around one hundred and
4.11C11US nave huu i. .1
Local Friends and
Wives of Masons 4,i.
To Help With Picnic
There will be
lAke Logan on Tuesdar iJ
22nd, for the Masonic' si
Assembly, which all w..J
i.ur irienas are expected
The meats, breads anrl aA
iuininiicu. ine tin
friends of the local Muo,
expected to furnish picnic
containing cakes, pies, picU
to saiaa, ana slaw.
Those who prepare buU
requested to have them tttd
quet hall of the Masonic Tersf
10:30 Tuesday morning. aJ
ments will be made by tW
mittee in charge to eettu
me picnic grounds,
Mrs. Margie Blavloct J
been with her brother, f
Harley Ferguson, is now at M
tage on Main street for tf
mainder of the summer.
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