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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNT AINEEB
Weds Ned M. Clark
In Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gahagan,
of Walnut, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Katheryn Gahagan, to Ned Clark,
The vows were solemnized in
Atlanta, Ga., on Saturday, Febru
ary 22nd, in a quiet ceremony,
Judge R. C. Ramsey officiated, with
only a small group of intimate
friends in attendance.
Mrs. Clark was graduated from
the Walnut high school, Mars Hill
College and Western Carolina
Teachers. At present she is a mem
ber of the Fines Creek school fac
ulty in this county.
Mr. Clark is the son of Mrs
Nellie Morgan Clark and the late
Dee Clark, of Waynesville, form
erly of the White Oak section. He
is a graduate of the Bethel high
school, and is now employed at
the Newport New Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company in Newport
After April 10th, the couple will
be at home to their friends at 1031
Indiana Avenue, Newport News,
Jeff Reece, Jr., Gives
Party On Sixth
Master Jeff Reece, Jr., enter
tained a group of his young friends
on Friday afternoon at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Reece. The occasion marked his
sixth birthday anniversary. The
hours were from 3:30 to 5:30.
The Easter motif was carried out
in all the appointments and favors,
with yellow and white as the color
motiff. Each guest was presented
with an individual birthday cake
with a lighted candle.
The guest list included the fol
lowing as well as a large number
of mothers: Florie Patrick, Nancy
Francis, Adora Lee Prevost, Ann
Williamson Prevost, Barbara Gail
Obenschain, Lynda Welch, Linda
Sloan, Jacqueline Berry, Beth
Davidson, Florence Ann Bowles,
Patsy Ezell, (Elizabeth Barber, Ann
Hardin, Elizabeth Ann Watkins,
Bo Moore, Lane Prevost, and Eliza
beth Ann Parkman.
Also Bobbie Gardner, Boyd Gard
ner, Jr., Dickey Boyd, LaMar
Hammett, Bobbie Stretcher, Bobby
Lowdermilk, Roy Blackwell, Jr.,
Steve Blackwell, Keith Leather
wood, Johnnie Calhoun, Charles
Messer, Billy Prevost, Jr., Charles
Howell, Tommy Massie, Standford
Massie, Billy Leatherwood, Johnnie
Edwards, Michael Leatherwood,
Donald Ezel, John Ezel, Stuart
Roberson, Steve Woody, Bobby
Lancaster, Stanley Williamson,
Wilburn Davis, Donald Stuart,
Milas Stamey, Sonny Prevost and
Clyde Ray, Jr.
Children of Confederacy
To Meet Tonight at 7:30
The Haywood chapter of the
Children of the Confederacy will
meet tonight at 7:30 at the home
of Miss Eugenia Martin. All
members are urged to be present
as ah election for page at the dis
trict meeting is to be held.
Bride Of Last Month
Gives Bridge Party
For Mrs. Carter
Miss Thomasine Stringfield en
tertained with a bridge partjr on
Saturday afternoon at the home !
of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Tom When the scores were totaled Mrs,
Stri'ngfield, as a courtesy to Mrs.
Charles Benjamin Carter, of
Knoxville, who before her marri
age was Miss Mary Willie Knight
Rctha, of Waynesville.
Whit nH (n-opn marked the
party appointments, with vases of
white snapdragons and other white
flowers arranged about the rooms.
C. C. White held the top score
and Mrs. Carleton E. Weatherby
won the second high prize.
The hostess was assisted by her
mother, her sister, Miss Alice
Stringfield, and Mrs. Hilliard At
kins in receiving and serving.
The guest list included: Mrs.
Carter, Mrs. Thomas L, Campbell,
Jr., Mrs. Harold Massie, Miss Til-
lie Rotha, Miss JanetoTl
C.C. White, Miss h15?M
ers, Mjss Corinne WaglnnJ
Carleton E. Weatherbf J6'4
Miss r;i ' 1
Dunington, Vermont ,7
MRS. NED M. CLARK, who before her marriage to Mr. Clark in
Atlanta on February 22nd, was Miss Katherine Gahagan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Gahagan, of Walnut.
Patsy Gwyn To Be One
Of Personal Pages Of
State DAR Regent
Patsy Gwyn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn, will go
to Asheville today to attend the
state convention of the Daughters
of the American Revolution, where
she has been invited by the state
regent, Mrs. J. S. Silversteen; to
be one of her two personal pages.
Patsy is a member of the senior
class of the high school.
all over the South
Miss Ruth Wright
Bride Of R. Cope
Miss Ruth Wright, daughter of
Carrie Wright, of Waynes-
vile, and Robert Cope, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cope, of Ha
zelwood, were married on Wednes
day evening, March 11, in the First
Baptist church in Columbia, S. C.
Rev. R. C. Campbell, pastor of the
church, pronounced the vows.
Attending the wedding were:
Miss Thelma Snyder, Paul Haney,
and Wiley Williams.
The bride is at home with her
mother in Waynesville, Mr. Cope
is with the 30th Reconaissance
Troops at Fort Jackson.
Mrs. Seymore Clark and son,
Barren, Mrs. John Ferguson and
children, Phyllis and Fletcher, Mr
and Mrs. A. N. Griffin and Carl
Griffin, spent Sunday in Johnson
City, Tenn., with Seymore Clark
who is a patient at Mountain Home
Has Theater Pary on
Tenth Birthday Friday
Master Walter Taliaferro was
host of a theater party on Friday
evening m celebration of his tenth
birthday anniversary. Following
the show the young host and his
guests went to Alexander's Drug
store, where they enjoyed ices,
cakes, candies and a large birth
day cake in yellow and white was
lEach one of the guests was pre
sented with an attractive Easter
favor. Assisting young Taliaferro
in receiving were his mother, Mrs.
Janie Love Taliaferro, his grand
mother, Mrs. Marie Love Mitchell,
and his cousin, Mrs. Ada Graham,
of Spartanburg, who came to town
for the birthday celebration.
The guest list included the fol
lowing: Mary Osborne, Barbara
Ann Boyd, Mary Chase Hall, Bette
Hannah. Mary and Carolyn Coooer.
Joan Ratcliff, Laura Woody, Lane
Prevost, Aleatha MacBlain, Allen
Hart, Martha Mae Noland, Kath
leen Calhoun, Anne Mormino, Iris
Wilson, Tommy Boyd, Dale Rat
cliff, Talmadge Morris, Hallett
Ward, Dickie Wilson, and Kenneth
Fred Cohn. of Pearl River. M V
. ' . ; -' -
was a iruest at the MaDlea durinir
tne past week. .
i , .
Mr. and Mrs: Homer Wpnrv haA
with them over the week-end their
daughter, Miss Abie Faye Henry,
who is X-Ray technician in the
Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem,
and their son. Hunter Vlmrv
senior at the State TIniversitv nf
Mr. Bowles Friday
A luncheon meeting was held on
last Friday at the Hazelwood school
by the Haywood county P. T. A.
council. M. H. Bowles, superin
tendent of schools in Waynesville
township, was the principal speak
Mr. Bowles spoke on various
phases of P. T. A. and school work,
He pointed out the importance of
the health and physical education
program in the school during the
emergency and urged the associ
tion to promote, in tneir various
communities, growing of foods for
use in school lunch rooms next
year. He also stressed the im
portance of all school children tak
ing preventative measures against
smallpox, typhoid and diphtheria.
He explained that the state plans
for the extra school year to be dis
triDutea tnrougn the grammar
grade rather than added to the
a xeature or the program was
two selections, "Face to Face," and
"Mother Machree, ' sung by J. D,
Hyatt, accompanied by Mrs. H. G
Hammett at the piano.
The new officers vice president,
Mrs. Linwood Grahl, and secretary,
Mrs. L. L. Shaver, were installed
by Mrs. Carey Smathers.
Mrs. Grahl, chairman of the
committee on registration, reported
there were representatives . from
the following schools present
Clyde, Bethel, Morning Star. Can
ton; North Canton, Patton Avenue,
Canton; Pennsylvania Avenue,
vancon; central Elementary, Way
nesville; East Waynesville, and
Mrs. George Bischoff of the Ha
zelwood organization, extended
A special guest was Mrs. Dovle
Alley, oi waynesville. nast Dresi,
dent of the state organization.
Mrs. Dewev Hyatt. Dreaident of
me council, was in charge of the
Mrs. L. M. Killian Will Be
Hostess of UDC Meeting
The HavwonH chanter nf fha
United Dauehtera nf thn fIonf(l-
eracy will hold the April meeting
on x naay tne 3rd at the home of
Mrs. L. M. Killian. Mm. Frnnk
Martin will have the paper which
will deal on the history of the Uni
versities of Florida and Georgia.
Mrs. Carl R. Webh: or S?helhv.
will arrive this week tn anonH
sometime here as the guest of her
Drother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. VV. L. Hutchins.
C. E. Williams, of Orancreburo-.
S. C, who is now connected with
Belk-Hudson Store, is stonnino- at
Miss Ruth Burein. who is at.
tending Brevard Colleire. aDent thp
week-end with her family.
Mrs.1 Lucy Horton Martin, and
her sister, Miss Helen Horton.
both of Washington, D. C, were
tne guests during the week of their
father, W. K. Horton,
Mrs. Wayne Battle and your.
son, of Bryson City, are the guests
this week of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Plott.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGee. Jr..
of Newton, spent the week-end
here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe M.
Tate and other relatives. Mrs. Mc
Gee is the former Miss Susie Tate.
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