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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Miss Wyaft 6
Bride Of Thos.
A. Van Hecke
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wyatt, of
Hasehrood, have announced the
marriage of their daughter. Miss
Lillian Wyatt, to Thomas A. Van
Hecke, which took place at Calvary
Baptist tainrcn m Kaieiga. xne
vows were solemnized by the Rev
E. Evans Ulrich, with the ring
ceremony being used.
The ad tar of the church was
banked in pink boughs, with tall
baskets of gladiolus, palms and
candelabra arranged to make an
attractive setting for the cere
Prior to the wedding Mrs. E.
Ulrich rendered .a selection from
Himmel's "Incline Thine Ear,"
"Sonatina," in P," "How so Pair,"
from "Martha and Gounod's L'An
gelus," and the traditional marches
were used' for the processional and
recessional. Mrs.' Ulrica also ac
companied Mrs. Ruby Ellington
who sang, . "The Sunshine of Your
Smile"-and I 'Love' You Truly"
The bride wore a dress of sheer
green' wool with pockets and but
tons trimmed iA beaver. Her bcmm.
sories were in brown and her flow
era were a corsage of talisman
roses..:..- . '
The bride had as her only at
tendant Mrs. Janet Krachmal, of
Raleigh, who served as matron of
nonor. a he wore a dress of black
with corsage of red roses. "
The groom had as his best man
orrest Bnensen, of Morehead City.
' MrsVan Hecke was educated in
Bp Waynesville township high
scnooi, and Western Carolina
Teachers College, where at the lat
ter she was a member of the Alpha
Phi Sigma scholastic fraternity.
She has recently been located in
Raleigh where she holds a position
in the state office 0f the National
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
ana Mrs. a A. Van Hecke, of Chi
cago. At present he is with the
medical detachment, military per
sonnel office, at Fort Bragg.
Miss dkra Bell McCall, of Mor
anton, spent the week-end here
as the guest of Mrs. Irving Leather
wood. Miss McCall was public
healbh nurse of Haywood county
tor two years prior to her accept
ing a similar position in Burke
Shoes from U. S.
The expression of Doreen Massow
hi this photo from bomb-blitsed
London tells its own story. She is
trriiur on one of seven nalra nf rhtL.
dren's shoes contributed by Mrs.
wiua Aoernauy ox Seattle, Wash,
Another pair filled the bilL Mrs.
Abemathy's kindness was rewarded
with this picture of little Doreen,
wmcn was sent to her.
Weds J. C. Poss
In Hart well, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs, Geortre . William
Local Leeion Auxiliary
o - - -
Members Attended School
Of Instruction at Oteen
On Mondav Mrs. T. fl. MaiimV 1
president of the local Legion Aux
iliary. Mrs. Harrv Millar. mem.
ber of the finance committee, Mrs.
dna McGee, membership chair
man. and Mrs. Colvin Brown, chair
man of American education and
finance, went to Oteen, government
hospital, for a school of instruc
Information on the following was
riven : markers for veteran rien-
tal care for iniured men. hnsn!tH-
zation, widows and orphans, edu
cation and legal matters, and ques
tions or mortuary care. A
At noon lunch was enioved in
tne dining room at Oteen facility.
Officer In Command
Of Cove Creek CCC
Camp To Marry
Invitations have been issued hv
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Johnston.
of Searcy. Ark., to the marrincn
oi tneir daughter, Miss Nina
Louise Johnston, to Lt. Richard
Bennett Todd, which will take
place at eleven o'clock MnnHnv
morning, December the 22nd in the
aietnodist church of Searcy.
The brideeroom is the nn nf Mr
and Mrs. John H. Toddv. Ha in in
command of CCC camp, 415, of
UOVe Ureek. He in a irraHimta nf
ine utadel, of Charleston, and is
a member of the R. 0. T. C.
Legion and Auxiliary
To Hold Meeting Tonight
The American Lecrinn anH A nr.
iliary will hold the remilar Decem
ber meeting tonight at the Legion
nome on DeDot street. All mem.
bers are urged to attend.
Mrs. Jimmy Boyd
Hostess Of UDC
Mrs, Jimmy Boyd was hostess to
the' members of the Haywood
rhanter nf the United Daughters
of the Confederacy for the Decem
ber meeting, which was held at
her home on Friday evening.
Mrs. J. Harden Howell gave an
interesting account of the creneral
convention held recently in Los
Angeles, reading excerpts from the
papers of that city riving the de
tails nf the meeting. She outlined i
the number of prizes won by North
Carolina, the state making an out
standing record of achievement
during the year.
Mrs. Thad N. Howell, chairman
of the annua UDC declamation
contest held in the high .'school.
stated that she had Dresented the
contests to the students.,
Mrs." Ernest J. Hyatt was ap
pointed chairman to be resnonsible
for. the Christmas cheer for the
two Haywood county veterans of
:"e war Between the states.
Announcement was made of the
nuarv meeting which will be
held with Mrs. John M. Queen as
Auto Scion Weds
Smart taupe woolen coat
By VERA WINSTON
THE BASQUE silhouette i;
very good for the untrimme
coat that must rely on line anc
cut for its chic. This oj. lr
taupe woolen, has slot seaming
horizontally placed across the
bodice to the hips where it
meets the shirring of the belt
like flange. The back of the
coat Is straight and flat. A
small high round collar adds a
Robert McLean left Mondav for
Tuscaloosa, Ala., where he will
. - - - v onvi mc vtiiiBLiuas ituiiuays wita
Unnili.lrn - t XT. i. XT tf. I . '
"C,,u'"-M ui iiewpori hbws, v a., nis cousins, Vr. and Mrs. H. C.
who formerly resided here, have Hassell. En rnuta hj will .in in
announced the marriage of their , Chattanooga. Tenn . fnr n vioif
daughter, Miss Louise Wilson Hen
dricks, to James Cathey Poss.
I tie marriage took d ace on
Miss Killian Gives
Dinner For Lt. and
Mrs. David Stentz
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which include t l,m
efin the I !ch
an s Society 0f n M
ministers anrt- n8tll
acn person ."
Jack Forker Chrysler, auto sdom,
is shown with his bride, the former
Edith Helen Backus, beautiful mag
azine cover model, after they were
married in St. Bartholomew's
Church in New' York City.
ApDroximateIv125 women of the
First Methodist church attended
the annual dinner given by the
woman's society of Christian Ser
vice m the dmine- room of the
church on Tuesday evening, with
Mrs. J. Harden Howell, retiring
Mrs. Bonner Ray was in charge
of the Drojrram. which nroved to be
of unusual interest.. Reports were
Dresented from eacfi circle. Tnanfa
were given to Mrs. HowelL Individ
DAR Meeting Will
Be In Memory 01
Late Mrs. Camp
The December meeting of the
Dorcas Bell Love chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution will be in the nature of a
memorial to the late Mrs. Florence'
Camp, a former regent and "for
more than 25 years an active work
Pastor and Wife To
Hold Open House
Rev. J. Clay Madison, pastor of
the First Methodist church, and
Mrs. Madison will be at home on
Friday evening to the members
leld at' toXn.
ChUdren's nl 3
there fr,m i?r
trict ",e wynml
in "s. pTent
from li to i9.,7u H
luncheon c::.aar- m
reading Z7 1 lT.i
noon the m thl
MiSS DphraJ n. .
Alice SW" IISbX id
end in n . S?ent
former's sisto. Jj t cr
tending Mars Hill ColS
Sunday with his paS
to .- Lester ft,
Mr. and Mvs ti.j -
oamuel R W.J
h7Z 'r.' and Miss ti
Miss Ellen Louise Killian was
hostess on Saturday evening of a
dinner party as a courtesy to Lt.
Woman's Club Will
Hpld December Meeting
At Hotel LeFaine
.The December meeting of- the
"Woman's Club will be held at the
Hotel LeFaine with, Mrs, a F.
Kirkpatrick as hostess assisted by
Mrs. C. N. flisk. Miss Robena Mil
ler, and Mrs. W, H. Liner.
Mrs. J. Dale Stents, chairman of
of music, will have charge of the
program which will be made up
of Christmas numbers. Mrs. Wil
liam Hannah, president, will pre
side. All members are asked to bring
a toy for the community Christ
C E. Grace, of Haselwood, is
spending a few weeks in Washing
ton, D. C.
MV an A lilni T 1 UTakmn
f - I "V o. W . Mi WUKKOU w cic
moer tne zatn, at, tne guests last week for a brief ad Mrs. David Stentz. The Christ-
narvwen. Ma., tne presence visit oi their son and daughter-in- mas motif was observed throughout
of a small group of friends. The law. Dr. and Mrs. Jasper Morgan, the appointments and decorations,
bridge .wore a. frock of tan wool in; Washington, D. C Following dinner bingo was en-
with British tan accessories. , : Joyed with a number of attractive
The bride is a graduate of the1 Mr. and Mrs. S. H. BushnelL Jr., prizes awarded the winners, and a
Waynesville township high school I and young daughter have taken an rrand prize was given the winner
and of the School of Nursing of apartment in the home of Mrs. J. of the largest number of individual
. o , H .... M Mivlr fln1 will Iam1 l.u .....oa.
sergeant is.ennein j;. wrignt has . ... iwowu mn xur y-wsa. :
tumeH frt Fnr-. TTnnv Vv U. ! a few months. , I TU (m.. l,V ...
the following? I.t nA Um TtavM
Mr anA Mm. XTanm,.. loianfi KTW mt Tur-m- nr r i. n
Me. d Mrs. Ernest Medford and Mr. and Mrsw Howard Hyatt, Mr.
sons, James and Joel, of Hazelwood, and Mrs." Harold Massie,- Mr. and
visited in Murphy and Hiwassee Mrs. Carleton Weatherby, Mr. and
Dam recently. Mrs. Chas. Ketner. '
Also Mr. and Mrs. James Queen,
Mrs. Horace Frost, of Elizabeth- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prevost, Mr. and
ton, Tenn., has arrived to spend Mrs. Paul Davis, Mr. and Mrs Sam
the winter here with her sister, H. Bushnell, Miss Sara Jane Walk
Mrs. John N. Shoolbred. er, Mrs. Rosalyn Rav Collins, and
I Lt. James Harden Howell, of Fort
ivirs. f ratiK smathers left dur- jacKson
ing the week for her winter home
in Miami after spending several
returned to Fort Knox. Kv. where
he is stationed after spending ten
days here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James A. Wright. ;
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Mission Hospital of Asheville.
Since her craduatinn from the
latter she has been connected with
the Haywood County Hospital here.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Lora Lee Poss. of Wnah-
ineton. Ga.. and thp late Mr Pnaa
'He was educated in the Washing
ton schools and is now located in
Waynesville, where he is in busi
ness.. The young couple will make their
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Waltham Christmas Special
Diamonds and Jewelry
days here with her sisters, Miss I son, spent the week-end in town
iiniieii auu iiuss js. a. vones. airs, i with ms lamily.
smatners was called to town on
account of the illness and death
of her mother, the late Mrs. S.
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Mrs. John N. Shoolbred had as
her guests over the week-end Mr.
and Mrs. George Toncray, of John
son City, Tenn.
. Mrs. T. L. McHone had as her
guests over the week-end Mrs.
Luther Powers and her daughter,
airs, ueuiah Moore, of Asheville,
and Mrs. Ed Patton.
,V,. . ; ; ;-;:;'
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Knight, Kath
ryn and Eloise Kniirht. anenfc the
week-end in Greer, S. C, with Mr.
and Mrs. MassingOL
and to Mrs. J- R. Bovd and
Corsages were presented to Mrs.
John Ki Boone, Mrs. IT. B. West,
and Mrs. P. L. Turbyfill, pioneer
members of the society. Vocal
numbers were given by Mrs. Fred
Martin and Mrs. Fred Calhoun.
The tables were arranged in the
Christmas motif and lighted with
red candles. .
The hours are from 7 ti 9 o'clock
and all those attending the church;
are cordially invited to call.
F"h B'-vfrin, Brevard
CoIIegre Senior, Attended
State Student's Meeting
Miss Ruth Burgin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hurst Burgin. was
one of the four representatives
Dr. S. P. Gay has returned from sent from Brevard College last
Miami, Fla.. where he went on i,uu
iness. While there he also attend
ed the state meeting of the Florida
Dental Society. Dr. Gay made the
return trip from Miami by plane.
Prof, and Mrs. E. j. Robeson
had as their iruests over the week.
end the tatter's brother. Ci Ft Per.
guson, Jr., of Washington, D: C,
member of the federal trade boardl ny JEdwar.-
week to the state-wide Students'
Council meeting which was held in
Miss Burgin, a graduate of the
local township high school, is a
member of the senior class at
Brevard College this year. , .,f Jy-
' Mrs. Wade Snow nf Pitnf Moun
tain, is viiting Mr. and Mrs. John'
Arrange now to let J
your Christina Q
Place your orders eaip
all kinds of baked J
We expect a heavy voluij
pusiness Christmas Week
your order nlaced nnw id
you will not be disappoind
Come in and let us tell
about the nice variety m
Belk's Is Playing Santa Claus To Its Customers Will
Mrs. George Bischoff and daugh
ters, Ann and Nancy, visited Mrs.
Bischoff's mother, Mrs. A. Ashe,
in Whittier Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Underwood
and two sons, Mrs. Ed Underwood
and Floyd Underwood visited rela
tives in Bryson City Sunday.
Mrs. Richard Gerranger and two
daughters left Sunday for Wil
mington, where they will reside
for an indefinite time.
Mrs. James L. Obenschain and
two daughters, Barbara GaU and
Mariam Joyce, left Saturday for
Columbia, S. C, for an extended
visit with Mrs. Obenschain's par
ents. Mr. Obenschain accompanied
them there returning Sunday,
Lt. James Harden Howell, of
Fort Jackson, spent the week-end
in town with his parents, Major
and Mrs. J. H. HowelL
Jack Ferguson and young son, of
Deer field, N. J., arrived on Mon
day for a visit to the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Boone
Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Stretcher
have gone to Florida and will .tf
several points before returning
Seymore Clarke, who has been
Lt. and Mrs. David Stents left.
Monday for Self ridee. Field. Mich.
They had nlanned tn anend another
week with their families, but the
iormer received a wire to report
to duty at once.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Seawell haH
as their guesta at the Hotel LeFaine
over the week-end Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Harris, f Chicago, who
were en route to Florida.
Miss Margaret Stringfield will
give a paper on Christmas music,
prepared by the late Mrs. Camp.
The meeting will be held at
"Windover," the home of Mrs.
James Harden HowelL hostess of
the afternoon. Mrs. S. H. Bush
nell, regent, will preside.
Ben Carter, of Knoxville n
the guest of friends In town over
Miss Hester Ann Wither.
the week-end with friends in Bir
mingham and Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Bobbie Plott, student at Mars
Hill College, spent the week-end in
town with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. U. C. Plott.
'". . :';;:
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt is spending
sometime in Newport News with
her son, Lochlan Hyatt.
Miss Betty Gene and Miss Mary
Lee Alley, who are attending Mon
treat Junior College, spent the
week-end in town with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gwyn have
returned from a trip to Wilming
ton, Del., and New York City.
-Jack Smith, who is stationed at
Fort Jackson, spent the week-end
here with Mrs. Smith.
. MiM Virginia Whitner had as
her guest last week, Elmer Dudley
of Indian Head, Maryland.
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