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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Miss Swift Is
Miss Haseltine Killian Swift,
daughter of Captain and Mrs. Wil
liam Faucette Swift, and Lieuten
ant David Sullins Stenti, son of !
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale StenU, were
married at 8:30 o'clock on Satur
day evening in the Waynesville
Presbyterian church. The Rev.
Malcolm Williamson, pastor of the
church, pronounced the marriage
VThe altar was arranged in tall
evergreens against a background
of white. At intervals floor can
delabra bearing lighted tapers
were placed. Palms, ferns and
floor standards containing white
hydrangea were interspersed
among the evergreens.
Prior to the ceremony a program
of music was rendered by Miss Sara
Jane Walker, organist, and Mrs.
Ellen Louise Killian Queen and
. Miss Mary Stent, soloists.
Miss Walker played "To a Wild
Rose," by McDowell, "Barcarolle,"
by Offenbach, "Traumerei," by
Schuman, "Belude," by Chopin,
"As You Desire Me," by Urubal,
"Intermezzo," Mascagni, and the
traditional Lohengrin march by
Wagner for the processional and
the Mendelssohn march for the
recessional. Mrs. Queen sang
"Because," by Guy d' Hardlot, "All
fnr You." bv Guy d' Hardlot, and
during the ceremony "Oh, Perfect
Love" as a prayer, and Miss Stentz
sang "I Love You Truly," by Car
rie Jacobs Bond.
The bride entered with her fath
er by whom she was given in mar
riage. Her gown was of chantilly
lace over taffetta with redingote
trimmed in ruching, continuing the
length of the skirt, which fell in a
long train. Her veil was arranged
on a tulle halo, and fell the full
Married Saturday, August 16th
length of the train, with a face
veil of shoulder length. She car
ried an old-fashioned bouquet of
bride's roses showered with rose
buds and swansonnia.
Miss Hilda Way, Miss J oyce
Juniper, of Ormond Beach, Fla.,
Miss Jane Stentz. and Miss Anoin-
ette Salley, of Asheville, cousin of
the bride, served as bridesmaids.
They wore gowns of ice blue em
broidered marquisite over match'
ing blue satin, fashioned with full
skirts, long tight fitting bodices
sweetheart necklines, and puffed
short sleeves. They carried shep
herdess crooks to which were at
tached bouquets of garden flowers
in pastel shades tied in place with
Mrs. George Stentz, of New
port News, sister-in-law of the
groom, was matron of honor. Her
gown was .fashioned also of ice
blue marquisite and was modeled
along the same lines as that of the
bridesmaids. She carried a shep
erdess crook to which was tied a
bouquet of pink gladioli, held to
together with pink tulle.
Little Anne Hardin, young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Laur
riston Hardin, Jr., was flower girl,
She wore a frock fashioned along
similar lines of those of the brides
maids, and she carried a silver
basket from which she scattered
pink rose petals in 'the aisle in front
of the bride.
Lieutenant Stentz had as his
best man his brother, George S.
btentz, of Newport News. Serv
ing as ushers were W. F. Swift,
Jr. of Newport News, brother of
the bride, Sammy Little, or Char
lotte, James Harden Howell, Jr., of
Fort Jackson, and Leon Killian,
Jr., of Newport News and Way
nesville. Mrs. Swift, mother of the bride,
.wore a blue lace gown with a cor
Bage of pink rose buds. Mrs.
Stentz, mother of the bridegroom,
wore pink lace gown and her flow
ers were also a corsage of pink
Following the ceremony at the
church Captain and Mrs, Swift
entertained with an informal -re
ception at their home on the Fair
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the summer season. Mrs. Stentz was tne iormer imss naseiwie own.,,
daughter of Captain and Mrs. W. F. Swift
view road. The guest list was con
fined to the bridal party, members
of the families and intimate friends.
Receiving the guests at the front
entrance were Miss Nancy Killian
and Mrs. Nora Swift Atkins, aunts
of the bride. Receiving with the
bridal party were Captain and Mrs.
Swift and Mr. and Mrs. J. JJaie
Mrs. Leon Killian directed the
guests to the gift room, where Mrs.
J. Harden Howell received, In the
dining roon Mrs. James W. Killian
presided. She was assisted in
receiving by Miss Martha Way,
Miss Billie Rotha, and Miss Jane
White, . Miss Hester Anne Withers
and Miss Mary Lou Elwood served
punch from an attractively arrang
ed table on the porch.
Garden, flowers in pastel shades
were used in the living rooms, In
the dining room the bridal motif
was observed. The central table
was covered with a lace cloth and
centered by a three tier wedding
cake. At either end were old-fashioned
bouquets of mixed white
flowers. On the serving table ar
rangements of gladioli were used.
Mrs. Stentz is the granddaught
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John P.
and Anoinette Norwood Swift and ,
the late Daniel Marcus and Hasel
tine Brown Killian. Both paternal
and maternal branches of her fam
ily were among the pioneer settlers
of this county and have been prom-1
inently identified with this section
She is a graduate of the local
hih school, the Montreat
Junior College and of the
commercial department of St.
John's School. She is a popular
member of the younger social group
and has been extensively entertain
ed since the announcement of her
Lieutenant Stentz is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Stentz. He
is a grandson of the late Dr.
George R. Stuart, for years an out
standing evangelist of the South
ern Methodist church and his wife
the late Mrs, Zollie Sullins Stuart,
Mr. and Mrs. Stentz
Give Buffet Supper
For Bridal Party
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Stentz were
hosts on Friday evening of a buf
fet supper party prior to the re
hearsal at the Presbyterian church
of the Swift-Stentz bridal party.
Quantities of flowers in pastel
shades adorned the rooms.
In the dining room the central
table was covered with a handsome
cloth. A glass plaque centered the
table and on this was arranged
four cut glass circular" containers
filled with flowers and bearing a
lighted pink taper. In the center
was a miniature lighting arrange
ment. The hosts were assisted in re
ceiving the guests by Miss HeBter
Anne Withers, Mrs. F. E. Alley, Jr.,
Miss Mary Lee Alley and Miss
Betty Gene Alley.
The guest list included: the bride
and groom-elect, the Rev. and Mrs.
Malcolm Williamson, Rev. and Mrs.
J. G. Huggin, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
George Stentz, Mr, and Mrs. W. F.
Swift, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hardin,
and young daughter, Anne Hardin.
Also Mrs. Ellen Louise Killian
Queen, Miss Annoiette Salley, of
Asheville, Miss Jane Stentz, Miss
Sarah Jane Walker, Mis Mary
Stentz, Miss Hilda Way, Miss Joyce
Juniper, Miss Margaret Preston,
Leon Killian, Jr, Dick Stuntx,
James Harden Howell, Ben CoDcitt,
Jr Dick Bradley, Bill Swift, and
Sammy Little, of Charlotte,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Garren
have as their guests this week in the
Keller Apartments, Mr. and Mrs. T.
D. Lawton and family, of New I
Samuel Rice ; Bethea, of Moot-1
gomery, was the recent guest 01
Judge and Mrs. Frank Smathers.
Mr. Bethea has often visited this
Mrs. P. E. Hyatt
Mrs. Pinkney E. Hyatt celebrated
her ninety-first birthday anniver
sary on Tuesday at the home of
her son and daughter-Tin-law Mr.
and Mr 'Will A. Hyatt on the
Fairview road. Many of her friends
called to congratulate her on tne
happy occasion and she greeted
each with a gracious cheerfulness.
Mrs. Hyatt was born in Mills
River. Aurust 19. 1850, the oldest
daughter of Captain James Walker
Jones and Mary Allen Jones, 01
Henderson county. She was married
to the late Pinkney E. Hyatt of thia
community in May, 1872. She re
calls that on her wedding trip from
her home to Waynesville it took
three days traveling.
Of her eight children, five of
them are now living, W, A. Hyatt,
living on the home place here, a
farmer and business man, a former
chairman of the board of county
commissioners of Haywood coun
ty; Ernest J. Hyatt, manager of
the large commercial establishment
and lumber plant of Hyatt & Co.;
Walter, associated with his brother
with Hyatt Company; Frank
Hyatt, business man, of Asheville;
and Harry Jones Hyatt, of Way
nesville; twenty-six grandchildren;
and eight great grandchildren,
Mrs. Hyatt was a college girl
in Spartanburg, South Carolina
during the Civil War and remem
bers very well when the Federal
army came to Spartanburg. Some of
the soldiers came to the college.
The girls saved their clothing by
wearing everything they had the
pectedly, she said the "Yankees"
were very : nice to the girls and
asked then to sing "Dixie" for
them. She had three brothers
killed in the war serving in the
Mrs. Hyatt has two sisters, Mrs,
J. S. Corpening, of Asheville, and
Mrs. T. B. Allen, of Henderson
ville, both of whom spen the day
Glenn Scruggs, of Fort Bragg,
is visiting relatives in Hazelwood,
Baptist Youfg People
Have Watermelon Cutting
Mrs. Roy CampbeU dience Enjoyed
Baptist Young People's
enjoyed a hay ride and
or.t.rmolnn euttinz on luesaay
evening, wth the Rev. and Mrs.
H. G. Hammett chaperoning the
group. The party rode out to
Ratcliff Cove for the cutting of
melons and then came back through
the Clyde section, r
Those making up the party in
cluded: Ruth Burgin, Billie Sue
Francis, Leonora Mae Walker,
Gladys Walker, May Boone, Hes
ter Anne Francis, Stacy Wilburn,
Ruth Wright, James Fulbright,
James Leatherwood, Richard Boone,
Paul Walker, Edwin Leatherwood,
Ray Shope, and Lamar Hammew.
Mrs. Gill Honored
Mrs. Joe Gill, of Greenwich,
Conn., and Waynesville, was host
ess on Wednesday of a luncheon
given as a courtesy to her sister,
Mrs. Ronald Vincent, of . Dallas,
Texas, who with her husband and
son are visiting her. Quanti
ties of garden flowers in a variety
of shades adorned the rooms.
Among those invited were: Mrs.
B. F. Smathers, Miss Mary Ash
worth Barber, Mrs. Frank Smath
ers, Mrs. Aaron Preyost, Mrs.
Harry , Simpson, Mrs. Ernest
Withers, Miss Nancy Killian, Mrs.
Joe Rose, Mrs. Jonathan Woody,
Mrs. Richard Barber, Mrs. Nora
Swift Atkins, Mrs. Francis Mas
sie, Mrs. Clyde Ray, Jr., Mrs. S.
C. Satterthwaite, Mrs. J. Howell
Way, Mrs. J. F .Abel, Mrs. R. L.
Prevost, Mrs. Ralph Prevost.
Also Mrs. Jack Holtzclaw, Mrs.
Whitener Prevost, Mrs. T. Lenoir
Gwyn, Mrs. W. F. Swift, Mrs.
Rufus Siler, Mrs. J. M. Long, Mrs.
Adora Rayne, Mrs. Calvin Hough
land, Mrs. Phillip Myers, of East
Orange, N. J., Miss S. A. Jones,
Miss Nanette Jones, Miss Carolyn
Rose, Miss Hester Anne Withers,
Marvin Adams, Mrs. Carl Duna
way, and Mrs. Jack Cleveland, all
And Mrs. F.E. Alley
Mrs. Roy Campbell and Mrs,
F. E. Alley, Jr., were hostesses of
a luncheon at the home of the lat
ter at Lake Junaluska on Thursday
as a courtesy to the former Miss
Haseltine Swift, whose marriage
to Lt David Stentz took place on
Saturday evening and Mrs. George
Stentz, the former Miss Marguerite
Murphy, bride of last spring.
The bridal motif was observed
throughout the decorations and ap
pointments. The table was cov
ered with a lace cloth and center
ed with a crystal bowl of white
flowers. Each place was marked
with a miniature crystal candle
favor and place cards bore the
The guest list included the bride
elect, Mrs. George Stentz, of New
port News, Mrs. W, F. Swift, Mrs,
J. Dale Stentz, Miss Jane Stentz,
Miss Mary Stentz, Miss Margaret
Preston of Montgomery, Miss Hilda
Way, Miss Martha Way, Miss
Sarah Jane Walker, and Mrs. El
len Louise Killian Queen.
Frank Scates and Leon Morrow,
of Fort Jackson, spent the week
end with relatives m Hazelwood.
Program FriHaVvr ,
In Community ceng
.An appreciative audie
ed the regular FriZ?1
week under th. '"N
ess. Edwin Potest,
of ceremonies. 1
The following numk,
en: two vocal selon,!
Mystery of Life." JlA
a Lark in 1W u..... l
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Canton, student of th.
nyan ocnooi ot the DaotT
"i urs. rred
gave two numbers.
his mother, Mrs. BronwBjj
sang a group of song;
Matney, sang Schubert'i
. KUlian, Jr., ( J
in Newport News, V., spet.
i uajrs nere auntie a
with his parents.
Arthur Conncll. landsf...
tect of the Blue Ridge M
len auring the week fof B
Dor, Maine, where he ii
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and short veil, and her accesso
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