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THE WAYNES VILLE M0UNTA1NEEB
Mrs. J. M. Long
Hostess Of Large
Mr and Mrs. John Ellison
Announce Marriage of
Daughter, Lura Ellison
Mr. and Mrs. John Ellison, of
White Oak township, have an-
w , . . nounced the marriage of their
Mrs James M. Long: was hostess daughter Miss Luta Ellisollf to
Z ,; X Z , 7 tct T Baxter Conard, son of Mr. and
Waynesvi le Country Club on Wed- Mrg Thoma8 Conardf also of
nesnay aiternoon. xne tames were Oak 1
v... j. nniJl The vows were solemnized in
nf whir nd vrflow M,.n,. , Greenville, on Saturday, Novem-
mums " , ' ber 1st, where the young couple
I worn oMnmnnnioil Vn.1 1ia hf1A.
Following several progressions, futh nnH WW. Thorn.
as Conard, and Yoder Conard,
Miss Elizabeth Early and Clea
prizes were awarded the winners
of the top score, low and consola
tion. The guest list included Mrs. R.
L. Allen and her guest, Mrs. Chas.
E. Henry, Mrs. R. N, Barber, Jr.,
Mrs. T. Grady Boyd, Mrs. Ben
Colkitt, Mrs. J. P. Dicus, Mrs.
Roy Francis, Mrs. W. L. Hardin,
Jr., Mrs. E. J. Hyatt, Mrs. J. W.
Killian, Mrs. N. F. Lancaster,
Mrs. Hugh Massie, Mrs.- R. N.
Medford, Mrs. R, L. Prevost, Mrs.
Whitener Prevost, Mrs. J. W. Ray,
Mrs. John Shoolbred, Mrs. C. N.
Sisk, Mrs. W. F. Swift.
Also Mrs. Alvin Ward, Mrs.
Dan Watkins, Mrs. C. C. White,
Mrs. E. L. Withers, Mrs. E, N.
Wood, Mrs. Jack Way, Mrs. Geo.
Bischoff, Mrs. T. L, Bramlett,
Mrs. Joe Graves. Mrs. J. H. How
ell, Mrs. Robt. H. Stretcher, Mrs.
Johnny Ferguson, Mrs. Jerry Col
kitt, Mrs. H. E. Bell, Mrs. L M.
Richeson, Mrs. Stuart Roberson,
Mrs. Arthur Connell, Mrs. C. F.
Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Joe Gill, and
Miss Robena Miller.
Lt. Wade Franklin, who is sta
tioned at Fort Jackson, spent the
week-end here with his family.
Sergeant Bobbie Sloan, of Fort
Jackson, spent the week-end here
with his father, Hugh J. Sloan.
Sergeant be Shipley, who is sta
tioned at Fort Jackson, spent the
end here with his family.
The couple will reside in the
White Oak section.
Birthday Party Given
For Callie Clarke
Mrs. Rufus Clarke gave a sur
prise birthday party at her home
last Thursday night honoring her
young daughter, Callie on her 13th
Bingo and other contests with
prizes were the feature of the
evening. Birthday cake, sand
wiches and drinks were served by
Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Bill Sutton.
The guest list included: Betty
Knight, Phyllis Ferguson, Margaret
Scruggs, Melba Waddell, Betty
Parris, Kathryn Fortner, Wanda I
Parris, Louise Burrell, ; Kathryn
Cope, Mary Frances Wright, Betty
Patton, Lillian Farwood, Polly Ann
Gibbs, Wilma Swanger, Aaron
Hyatt; Bobby Milner, Fletcher Fer
guson, Joe Compton, Larry Gaddy,
Hugh Compton, Sidney Rudisal,
Malcolm Clarke and Farrell Sut
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Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn spent the
week-end in Winston-Salem, where
she attended the quarterly meet
ing of the North Carolina Press
Women. The organization was
perfected during the past year and
membership is made up of women
engaged in newspaper work.
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In sets of six. Now at only
A beautiful 72x90-inch cloth.
A Scranton- Craftspuh cloth.
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A cloth that will add to any
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Beautiful lace trim, three
pieces to set, only
See these 18x18 napkins.
You'll want several at this
To match vanity and buffet
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MRS. J. TMOMAS LEATHERWOOD is the former Miss Wilda
Jackson of Canton, whose marriage was solemnized Friday evening,
October 24, at the Clyde Baptist church. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jackson, of Canton, and Mr. Leatherwood is
the son of Mrs. Mattie Leatherwood and the late Thomas Leather
wood, of Clyde.
Mrs. G. C. Davis
Chapter Of UDC
Mrs.'Grover C. Davis was in
stalled as the new president of
the Haywood Chapter of the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy at the No
vember meeting which was held
with Mrs. J. Harden Howell at
"Windover" on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Noble Garrett, retiring
president of the chapter, was in
charge of the installation cere
monies. Others who will serve
with Mrs. Davis are as follows:
first vice president, Mrs. T. L.
Rramlett; second vice president,
Miss Margaret Stringfield; secre
tary, Mrs. O. R. Martin; treasurer,
Mrs. John Queen; historian, Mrs.
Thad N. Howell ; registrar, Mrs.
L. M. Killian; chaplain, Mrs. R. N.
Mrs. Howell introduced Mrs.
Barber as the newly elected state
registrar of the North Carolina
Division of the UDC. Mrs. Barber
gave an interesting report from
the state convention which she at
tended last' month in Raleigh.
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New Pastor Of
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Darline SuN
livan Garrison and the Rev, George
Maurine Carver, of Forest City,
newly appointed pastor of the
Jonathan Creek charge of the
Waynesville district of the Meth
odist church which took place at
5 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hobart Garrison, route
2, High Point,
FFA Boys Honor Home
Economic Girls With
Party Friday Evening
The Smoky Mountains National
Park chapter of FFA were hosts
on Friday evening of an informal
party held at the chapter house
for the members of the home eco
nomics department of the high
school. This has been the annual
custom for several years and the
affair is usually held following the
Dancing and games featured the
evening, with music furnished by
tne Chapter string band. The
guest list included: Dorothy Moody,
Betsy Phelps. Lois Russell. Edith
nev. u. u. master, pastor or tne Kussell, Lillian Ross, Betty Henrv.
Lebanon Methodist church of High Roberta Moody, Peggy Franklin,
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With bright colored borders,
2'i yards in length, to match all
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Point, officiated. Vows were spok
en before an improvised altar in
front of the mantel in the living
room. Floor baskets of large white
chrysanthemums and seven branch
ed candelabra against a back
ground of palms and ferns were
used in forming the altar. White
lilies and ferns were banked
against the mantel mirror,
Billie Garrison, brother of the
bride, lighted the candles. Carey
J. Davis, of High Point, presided
at the organ, assisted by Mrs.
Marion Bodenheimer, violinist, and
Miss Dorothy Hayworth, soloist.
The traditional ' wedding marches
were used for the processional and
The bride was given in marri
age by her father. She wore a
gown of white lace and net. The
fitted bodice was fashioned of lace
and net with a sweetheart neck
line and short sleeves.. The skirt
was Of net over satin and made
in bouffant style. The finger tip
length veil of illusion was caught
with a cluster of orange blossoms.
Miss Margaret Garrison, only
sister of the bride, served as brides
maid. She wore a sheer gown of
pink modeled on simple lines, with
a full floor length skirt and fitted
bodice. She carried a bouquet of
pink rosebuds and carnations tied
with a large bow of pink satin
ribbon and in her hair she wore
matching flowers. :
The bride's mother wore a navy
blue chiffon with navy accessories
and her shoulder corsage ; was of
For travel the bride wore a
navy blue tailored suit with white
blouse and gloves. Her shoulder
corsage was detachable from her
The bride is a graduate of the
Wallburg high school. The bride
groom is the son of R. M. Carver
and the late Mrs. Carver of For
est City. He attended Boiling
Springs Junior College, Brevard
College and Wofford College, and
was graduate from the High Point
College in the class of 1941.
Youthful Hosts Give
Party On Wednesday
Joseph Liner Jr., and his sister,
Anna Jean Liner, young son and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Liner, celebrated their fourth
and second birthday anniversaries
Wednesday afternoon with a party
at the home of their parents.
Games featured the entertain
ment, with ices and cakes served.
Mrs. Juanita Bramlett and Mrs.
Hardy Liner, Jr., assisted in en
tertaining the young guests, which
included, Betty Liner, Shirley
Jones, Juanita McDaniels, Betty
Noland, Elsie Jo Glavish, Ruby
McDaniels, Jackie McDaniels, Bar
bara Ratcliff, Patsy Jean Gibson,
Linda Welch, Jack Messer, Jr., Mc
Connelly Ratcliff, and Kenneth
Grey Winchester, of Fort Jack
son, spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Mrs. John M. Queen returned
on Monday from Raleigh, where
she accompanied her daughter who
will be located there in the future.
Velda Ross. Susie Garland, Fran
ces Parton, Pollyanna Gibbs, Wil
ma Swanger, Betty McElroy. Vir-
ginia McElroy, Jane Wyche, Lula
McoracKen, oila jean Evans. Mar-
jorie Mull, Edith Palmer, Kath
leen Moody, Mildred Milner, Mary
i. coivara, Bonnie Mills.
Also Tom Evanson, John Single
ton, Arthur Uorbm, Calvin Francis,
Ray Davis, Bob Francis, Wid
Wyatt, Noble Wyatt, Ralph Hen
drix, Henry Caldwell, Carmel Hoi.
lingsworth, J. L. Long, Enos Boyd,
rrancis Boyd. Billie Freeman .Sew-
ell Moore, Everett Carver, Monte
McNabb, Richard Franklin, , Joe
Boone, Jimmie Boone. Berlin Es
tes, Elmer Hendrix, J. D. Kelley,
Sam Frady. and Miss Meredith
Whitaker, home economics teacher,!
ana j.x,, crown, agriculture teach
Women's Society of Bethel
Hold Interesting Meeting
The women's society of Chris
tian Service of the Bethel Metho
dist church met with Mrs. I. A.
McLain Wednesday at 2 o'clock
with 26 members present.
Mrs. Lora Welch was in charce
of the program, the theme of
which was "The Things That Make
For Our Peace."
Mrs. Ed Wells gave the Scrin-
ture reading, Mrs. J. W. Blitch
was in charge of the meditation
and Mrs. Joe Beverage made a talk
on "Desire for Democracy Prt
of Desire for Peace," Mrs. Earl
Moore and Mrs. Hugh Terrell sang
a special song.
After refreshments were serv
ed the meeting adjourned to meet
with Mrs. Horace Peek in Decem
Dorothy Arrinsrton Is
Wed To Glenn Messer
Mrs. H.' L. Vance has announced
the marriage of her daughter, Miss
Dorothy Arrington, of Hazelwood,
to Mr. Glenn Messer, of Clyde.
l ne wedding took place in Green
ville, South Carolina Saturdav.
Mrs. J. F. Abel and Mrs. Winifred
Baker, left Wednesday for Or
lando, Fla., the home of the lat
ter. Mrs. Abel will snend two
weeks with Mrs. Baker, after which
sne wiir go to Tampa, where she
will visit Mr., and Mrs. Allen Mc
Lean, the latter the former Miss
Frederick Love, who has been in
the middle west on business for
some time, is spending a few days
here with his mother, Mrs. Hugh
A. Love, before going to CharWtp
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corn, of John
son City, Tenn.. scent a few Han
during the past week with the
bitter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
n. janer. t
Mrs. Leonard Leatherwood left
Monday for Washinirton. r r.
where she has accepted a position
as clerk-typist in the War Depart-
meni. irs. Leatherwood is the
former Miss Hilda Moody. For the
past three years she has been nri-
vate secretary to Miss Mary M.
omim, nome Demonstration agent
of Haywood county.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Liner, of
Waynesville, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Louise Liner, above, to Pete N.
Higgins, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pete N. Higgins, of Clnton, in a
eremony October 12 in Greenville,
S. C. The bride wore, a brown
Mrs. Howell, historian, stated ensemble of silk jersey with tail
that only members of the 7th and accessories. Mr. Higgins is now
8th grades would compete this with the 30th Signal corps at Fort
year in the annual declamaion Jackson. Upon his return the
contest sponsored by the chapter
and that work was getting under
way on the event.
The resignation of Mrs, F. E.
Alley, Jr., as third vice president
and director of the Children's
Chapter was accepted with regret.
Mrs. Alley is leaving soon for
Florida. The nominating commit
tee was instructed to bring in a
candidate at the next meeting. .
Mrs. Ernest J, Hyatt had the
paper of. the afternoon, the sub
ject, "Kentucky and John Breck-
couple will reside in Canton.
Mrs. R. L. Allen
With Dinner Party
Mrs. Rufus L.; Alelen entertain
ed with a dinner party on Wed
nesday evening as a courtesy to
Mrs, Otis Green and her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Otis Green, Jr.,
enridgeV She gave an outline of ,of Ashevaie, the latter before her
a BOPOlal .
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the paper of the afSo
Jmmy Boyd will revS
Hear Kev. Mr
Rev. Raymond F m.J
"ulC3a me woman's CI
e neia on Friday
at the home of Miss '
steatter. He ..
.Mrs- William Hannah
win preside. Mrs. J, DaI
.aiiman or music j
charge of this future of
."" serving with J
steatter as associate hostJ
iurs. K. Uarber, M
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Members are asked to
promptly at 3 o'clock.
Kentucky's contribution to the Con
federacy and the War Between the
States and a sketch of Breck
life. Mrs. J. Clay Madison, wife of the
new Methodist pastor, was a special
guest of the afternoon.
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick and Miss
Robena Miller, who have been visit
ing their brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. David Miller, in At
lanta, and their brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Niles, in Griffin, Ga., have returned
marriage was Miss Virginia Fergu
son, daughter of Col. Harley B. Fer
guson, of Waynesville. V
Arrive From Exten
Visit On Pacific Co;
Mr. and Mrs. R0y c
nave returned from an
I visit through the West v
eluded a visit to various
on the Pacific coast,
The table was centered with an They were accompanied
arrangement of yellow chrysanthe-1 the latter's mother Mrd
mums. Those included in the j Thomas, who has spent
party in addition to the honor ( several months in Buelltoi
guests were Mrs. Charles E. Henry as the guest of her son in
oi Jacksonville and Philadelphia daughter, Mr. and "Mrl
and Thomas E. Brunner, of Ashe- lBuell. Prior to her Ami
ville, Jonathan Woody and Col. ! the East Mrs, Thomas J
Mrs. Lee Medford. of
Harley B. Ferguson,
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Miss Billie Rotha spent the week
end in Knoxville as the guest of Washington, has arrived
friends. some time here with rek:
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