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tiOgPAV 9' 1942
W Jane White
Sh Bridge Party
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r.V. White, ...ui. technician.
Lilliam Henry iged
r- S' AT a. a contract party
flean affair were
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
5T of the,
,5sEJ Hvatt with the party
!W1 the home of the forme..
re Jf of llow and white pre-
m0tU ? ) , the aDDOint-
P S quantiUes of white
B!S- 1 fl.prs arranged m the
U yellow u
mS' ...oo1 the winners
IK6 scorer and each host
i the k?.a hride-elect with
JL makir.fr up the five tables
i'liw n'ti to and her
Klr Mrs C. C. White, Mrs. Ber
lother, Mrs. y , , Rav i Mr8
'olkitt, xiK Massie
V Mrs. John
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'homine ! Varleton E
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nn Withers, Mrs.
I.,, Marparet Hyatt, and Mrs,
hostesses were assisted by
!rs l M. Killian and Miss Cor
:m Alley in serving.
Vo Draftees Tendered
arewell Party On
f. and Mrs. Estus Arrington
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L... r ACT C 1)1 a lttH,"v - -J
Ihursdav night in honor of Hyatt
!eger 'and '.Henry Selsam, wno
ft for Fort Bragg on Tuesday,
je Easter decorations were used
rouehout the house. Music was
. . ., .ill- T..11
Iirnished by tne riurevmu xvcci-
U f Canton.', of which Kennetn
Eal'loway, James and Carol Hanie,
no crnpst list consisted of Miss
tw T.owe. Miss Fleeta Bolden,
liss Hilda Ledford, Miss IMoise
orrow, Miss Gertrude Messer
liu Rarbra Galloway. Miss Lil-
Ln SMnman. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
..... , - ...
i. Mr. and Mrs. ITranK Al-
tight, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Mor
v. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pendry
High Point, Mrs. Sophia Selsam,
uddy Messer, Henson Messer, Mrs
Idna Rathbone. Will Bradley,
'loyd and James Fulbright, Robert
allowav. Charlie Messer. Joe
:orrow, Wallace Anders, Donald
;orrow, Marion Arrington, and
MISS CROCKER TI T.
Miss Grace Crocker, music teach
in the Whiteville school, is 1
fatient in the Columbus county
pital where she is suffering with
Mrs. Oliver Shelton is visitinir
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r son and daughter-in-law, Mr
rid Mrs. Hugh Shelton. m NeW'
Sam Queen, Jr., who is now
"Ployed at the shiDvards in Wil
(ington. snent the Easter vara-
rn nere with his parents, Mr. and
:. 6am yueen.
Miss Henrietta Love, who is
uing in KaleiETh. snent the Ean-
h vacation here with her mother,
tiugn a. Love; :
Miss Sarah O,,
ping the Woman's Collet of th
iwversitv of Mnrti, ri;v,o
tester vacation here with her
f rents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Queen
Dr. and Mr stDf
, " "wwMiv uuucioun
F as their guests for the Easter
rys Miss Agnes Simmons, the
L V 11IRS eai ureer.
Mrs-Charlie rinrt m tij.
F A K -n ' fank Hvatt' M
P' of Mrs. P. V. Tiof -
r - son, w. A. Hyatt.
, v icxi, utsb ween
f ewDnrt ' M i v.
Un. i "s""i wuere sue
r i spend a month with rel
j I MINE NEVER. lT
L jjMS TP RISE fi"
.VJ fU BET ANNS
are wise i yrirQ
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Weds This Month
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"Fncncviimont A'niiiiMiwil Tr nnil Mrs Pliffni'H P. White have
announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Martha Jane White, to William Henry Tuttle, technician,
II. S. arm, now stationed at Camo Polk. La. The marriaire will be
solemnized some time this month. The bride-elect is a graduate of
Converse College. Mr. Tuttle, who is the foster son of Mr. and Mrs
W. T. Shelton, is a graduate of Oak Ridge Military Academy.
Vera Hosaflook Chosen
For Manv Honors At
W. C. T, C. Past 4 Years
Miss Vera Hosaflook. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hosaflook, who
is a senior at Western Carolina
Teachers College, has recently been
given two honors at the institution.
Miss Hosaflook has been appoint
ed society editor of the college
paper, The Western Carolinian.
She has also been chosen to piay
one of the leading roles in the
Western Carolina Players spring
production, "Magnificent Obession,
She has done outstanding work in
dramatics this year, having al
ready played two major roles in
productions at the college since last
Miss Hosaflook is literary editor
of the college yearbook, "The Cat
amount, and during ner iour
vears at Western Carolina Teachers
College has been an active member
of the Big Sister Club, the Hal
won iChorus. the Shubert Glee
Club, and the Western Carolina
Players. She will receive her B
S. degree in June, having major
ed in business education and min-
ored in history.
Sarah L. Leatherwood
Shown In Recent Edition
Of Raleigh Times
A recent con v of the Raleigh
Times parried an illustrated arti
cle of "Spring-Time at Peace," with
several mctures of Peace girls sit
ting on the ivv-covered steDS of
Lthe chapel. In two of the pictures
nre shown Miss Sarah LiOUlse
Leatherwood, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Troy Leatherwood, and grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Miss T.eatherwood holds a num
ber of offices and has made an out
standing record at Peace. ' She
plans upon graduation this spring
to go to the State University at
Chapel Hill, where she will major m
Mr. and Mrs. George Rotha and
vnnnir daughter, of Charlotte. SDent
the Easter holidays here with the
formers Barents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Underwood
and sons, Carroll and Kenneth,
snent Sunday in Asheville where
they attended the funeral of the
former's grandmother, Mrs. Louis
Lomanoe, of Murphy.
M. June Smathers is RDending
this week m St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young and
two children were guests of rela
tives in Marion on Sunday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagan and
young son, Edward, of Sylvania,
Ra.. were the guests during the
week of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mc-
Miss Elizabeth Francis, of Stat-
naville pam'stant countv home dem
onstration agent of Iredell county,
spent the Easter week-end here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. C. Francis.
Frank Ferguson, Jr., who is now
located in Wilmington, spent me
r..t.. itlnn here with his
mother, Mrs. Frank Ferguson
Miss Frances Rose, who is now
residing in Murphy, spent Easter
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ferguson Has
Dinner For Mother,
Mrs. T. L. Green
Mrs. L. O. Ferguson was hostess
nf a dinner Oartv on Fridav at
her home in Crabtree, honoring
her mother, Mrs. T. L. Oreen, on
the occasion' of her 71st birthday
Special readings were given dur
ing the affair hv Mrs. W. C. Kirk-
natrick. Mrs. W. F. Ferguson and
Mrs. Will Bryson. Mrs. Green wis
the recipient or a number of love
The cuest list which included
old friends and neighbors was as
follows: Mrs. Will Bryaon, Mrs
Glenn Tate, Mrs. Jack Chambers
Mrs. Harley Bryson, Mrs. Etta
Crawford, Mrs; W. C. Kirkpatrick
Mrs. Weaver Chambers, Mrs
Keturah Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Olive
Green, Mrs. H. L. Ferguson, Mrs
Kate Noland, Mrs. Marshall Kirk
Also Mrs. Carol Ferguson. Mrs
Forrest Ferguson, Mrs. H. C. Wells
Mrs. Gilbert Jollv. Mrs. L. U
Dotson. Mrs. Marv Pone. Mrs. Lu
anna Chambers, Mrs. coiDert
Crawford. Mrs. Dennis Crawford
Mrs. Guy Davis, Mrs. Clarence
Dotson, Mrs. C. T: Ferguson, Mrs
G rover Brvson. Mrs. Lee Noland
Mrs- G rover Hocan. Mrs. Lawson
McElroy, and Mrs. James Kirkpat
Children Of Grace
Enjoy Egg Hunt
The pupils of the Grace Episco-
nal church Sunday school were
o-iven an Easter egg hunt on the
lawn of the church Monday after
Mrs' C. V. TCirkDatrick and Miss
Mary Miller were in charge of the
program or entertainment.
Miss Corinne Allev. student at
thp Woman's College of the Univer
sity of North Carolina, spent the
Easter vacation here with her
mother, Mrs. Edith P. Alley,
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Miss Merrill Green, student at
Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege, spent the week-end here with
her mother, Mrs. Olive ureen.
Miss Catheryn Blalock, student
at Peace Junior College. SDent the
week-end with her parents in Ha-
zelwood. She had as ner guest
Miss Jean Glenn, of Raleigh.
Miss Vera Hosaflook, student at
Western Carolina Teachers Col
lege, spent Easter vacation here
with her parents.
Richard Bradley, who is attend
inr Davidson College, spent Eas
ter week here with his parents,
f. Mm W T,. Rradlev.
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Miss Catherine Jones, studen at
Peace Junior College, spent the
Easter vacation here with her
mother, Mrs. Sam Jones, at her
home on the balsam road.
Tester Burein. Jr.. who is at-
Mr Hill College, spent
the week-end here with his parents.
w w w .
Mrs. John Scates has returned
from RDending a few days in
E-i,voKatht.nn. Tenn.. where she
was called on account of the death
w ister. Mrs. C. V. Smith.
m fimith formerly resided in
Lions To Stage
The T.inm Club will observe
ladies night at the new Country
rinK dsnre hall, with a banouet
and full evening of entertainment
A quix program, under the di
rection of Jack Felmet will be
one of the high spots of the even
ing. A. T. Ward is chairman of
the program committee.
The general committee is com
posed of Harry McCracken, Fran
cis Massie, Paul Davis, Howard
Hyatt and Jack Felmet.
Billy Kerley Gives
Party On Fourteenth
Billy Kerley was host of a party
on Monday afternoon in observance
of his fourteenth birthday anniver
sary. He was assisted by his
mother, Mrs. Lawrence Kerley.
Yellow flowers were used to dec
orate the living room.
After games and dancing, the
guests were served ices, cakes and
candies hv Mrs. Kerlev. Anna C.
Kerley, Mrs. Ben Bridges, and
Mrs. Floyd Miller.
Amonc those nresent were; Mar
garet Brendle, Nellie Sue Garland,
Sue Crocker, Dot Miller, Betty
Nichols, Adelaide Davis, Carol
Grahl, Marie Miller, Wilsie Ann
Haney, Anna Joe Miller, Mary Jane
Ray, Jean Crocker, Anna C. Kerley,
Jess Crouser, Joe Kerley, Earl Nor
ris. T.imiel Miller. Bobbv Rav. Dick
ey Ray, Donald Miller, Sonny Mil
ler, Harry Kerley, Charles Miner,
Toby Ray, and Mrs. Silas Nichols,
Mrs. Edd Ray, Mrs. Carl High
Miss Louise Russell, who is now
residing in Raleigh, spent several
days here during .the week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Turner
Jack Allev. who is a student at
Sunset Farms, joined his mother,
Mrs. Edith P. Alley, here for a
visit during the Easter holidays.
Miaa Jane Dudley Francis, stu
dent at Peace Junior College, spent
Easter here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Francis.
Misa T.ois Massie. who is attend
ing Greensboro College, spent the
Easter holidays here with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Massie.
Miss Dorothv Richeson. who is
attending Peace Junior College, re
turned vesterdav to resume her
work after spending the Easter va
cation here with her parents.
Married In Clayton
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MRS. JOHN WILLIAM GOFF,
of Lynchburg, Va., who before her
marriage was Miss Ruth Caddy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
B. Caddy, of aynesviUe. The
marriage took place on December
27th, 1941, Clayton, Ga.
Miss Pollv Francis, student at
Virginia Intermont College, spent
the spring vacation here with her
parents. She had as her guest,
a classmate, Miss Elizabeth Jones,
of Lakeland, Fla.
Ren Colkitt. senior at Davidson
College, spent the Easter week-end
here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Colkitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cuddeback
returned on Saturday after a
week's visit to relatives in Pitts-
Miss Rettv Gene and Miss Mary
Irfe Allev. students at Montreat
Junior College, spent Easter here
with their mother, Mrs. Margaret
Misa Rettv Burgin. student at
Western Carolina Teachers College,
spent the week-end with her moth
er, Mrs. Chas. Burgin.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Benjamin
rrter. nf Knoxville. spent the
week-end here with the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rotha.
Misa Kathervn Queen, who is
now located in Raleigh, spent the
week-end here with her parents,
Mr. arid Mrs. John M. Queen,
Toilr PiVbt-aon. student at Da
vidson College, spent Easter week
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mia. Sarah Louise Leatherwood,
fru A en at. Peace Junior College,
spent the Easter holidays with her
parents and grandparents.
Misa Martha Way. who is teach
ing in Mt. Airy, spent the master
vacation here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. way, jr.
'MVa : A dnra Rmathers Rayne,
who has been visiting in the North
has returned home.
Mia Hilda Way. who is teach
ing in Kannapolis, spent the Eas
ter vacation here with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J . H. w ay, J r
Miss Virginia Kellet, who is at
tending Lenoir - Rhyne College,
ttie T?.aster vacation here
with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Kellett
Mi. Wnt.h Burgin. student at
n..ril Pnllsge. SDent the Easter
vacation hew with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burgin.
Miss Marian Morgan, who ia a
student at Virginia Intermont,
spent the Easter vacation here
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Morgan.
Marriage of Ruth Caddy
To Virginia Man
Announced By Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Gaddy,
of Waynesville, route 1, have an
nounced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Ruth Carolyn Gad
dy, to John William GorT, of Lnch-
The vowa were solemnized on
Saturday. December the 27th. 1941.
in Clayton, Ga., with only a few
friends present for the ceremony.
The bride is a graduate of the
class of 1936 of the Waynesville
townshin high school and of the
Sohool of Nursing of the Lynch
burg General Hospital m the class
Since graduation the bride held
a nosition with the Shackelford
Hospital of Martinsville, Va., where
she has been in charge of the first
floor of the institution.
Mr. Goff is the only son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Goff, of Lynchburg.
He holds a position with the navy
yard in Portsmouth, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Goff are now at
home at 107 Montgomery Avenue,
lEBtabrook, Norfolk, Va.
Miss Charlene Rotha, who is at
tending Woman's College of the
University of North Carolina,
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Reginald Arnold, of Bris
tol, was the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick, over the
week-end. Mrs. Arnold is the lor
mer Miss Betty Hyatt, of Waynes
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Seawell, of
Carrollton, Ga., who formerly re
sided in Wavnesville. spent the
week-end in town.
Mrs. Walter F. Collins, of Ashe
ville, is spending the week with
her daughter, Mrs. M. T. Morris
W. K. Horton and sister, Miss
Nan Horton. who have spent some
time here, have returned to their
home in Cleveland, Tenn. Mr. Hor
ton was formerly in business here.
Hiram Wilburn left Monday for
Los Angeles, Calif., after a weeK s
visit here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Wilburn. Young
Wilburn will enter the Curtis-
w;,ivf Tochninal Institute at
Glandule. He has recently been
connected with the Raleigh muni
Mrs Lucv Horton Martin, who
na been with her father, left this
week; accompanied by her young
dano-htpr. Nancv. for a month's
stay in Miami. -
Bobby Plott, student at Mars
Hill College, spent the Easter
week-end here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Plott.
Miaa Helen Horton left during
the week for Washington, D. C. to
her teaching after a visit
here with hr father, W. K. nor
ton. .' . .
m- Milna Noland had as her
guest during the week her daugh
ter-in-law, Mrs. Kohert IMOianu, u
v Porrish. who has been quite
tu ot Viia nnme at Lake Junaluska,
was taken by ambulance yesterday
ifi.ntu where he entered a
hospital for treatment
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roHormo Palmer, who is
rociHino. in Raleigh, spent the
Easter holidays here with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. raimer
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Mrs. Tom Lee, Jr., is leaving to
at, tnr Wilmington, where she
will spend the week-end with her
husband, who is now located mere
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Easley, of
nroenville S. C. spent the weeK
end with the latter's mother, Mrs
R. N. Barber.
Lee Ross, linotype operator of
The Waynesville Mountaineer,
spent the week-end with his family
Doris Grahl Gives
Dance On Birthday
Miss Doris Grahl was hostess
to a group of friends at an informal
dance given at the Craig studio on
Fridav nieht in observance of
birthday anniversary. She was as
sisted in receiving her guests by
her motner, Mrs. unwood urani,
and her grandmother. Mrs. Horace
A motif of -ellow and white
nrevaile1 in all the annointments.
The guest list included members of
the high school crowd as follows:
Betty Henry, Evelyn Craig, Jean
ette Burgin, Betty Bradley, Betty
Francis, Adelaide Davis, Grovene
Clark, Lillian Sawyer, Patsy
Gwyn, Carroll Bell, Virginia Mat-
ney, Patsy Burgin, Freda Mae
Teague, Ruthie Wagenfeld, Doris
Velma McClure, Ann Farmer,
Ann Edmunds, Mildred McRorie,
Gladys Walker, Mary Miller, Helen
Trout. Mimi Gorsland. Ida Jenn
Evans, Eugenia Martin, Merrill
Green, Nan Liner, Anne Osborne,
Edith Atkinson, Thelma Ann Jones,
Lib Hedrick, Arbutus McClure,
Mury Allison, Virginia Jackson,
and Catherine Gunn.
Wilson Medf ord. Jack Worth-
ington, Jr., Bob Lee, Joe Francis,
Kex HosanooK, tiaywoou I'lott,
Iliirrv Evans. Jr. Aldoen Hall.
Henry Foy, James Fie, Emmett
ureen, r red ranner, uene mea
ford, Zeb Curtis, Jr., Jim Leath
wood, Sam Arrington, Kurt
Weil Phil Medford. J D. Hvatt.
Lester Burgin, Jr., Oliver l ount,
Jr., Richard Bradley, Carroll
Grahl, Hiram Wilburn. Noble
Garrett, Jr., Marion Green; "Shor
ty" Smith, Colvin Brown, Jr., Bobby
Colkitt, Billy Fisher, Fletcher Fer.
guson, Byron Clark, and Clyde
Miss Helen Rogers
Weds Joe Scruggs
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MRS. JOE SCRUGGS, the for-
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of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest James, of
Hazelwood, whose marriage toolc
nla'ce at the narsonage of the Bap
tist church in Biloxi, Miss., on
Miss Helen Rotrers. daughter of
Mrs. Ernest James, of Hazelwood,
and Joe Scruggs, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Scruggs, of Hazel-
wood, were married on Monday,
March 23, in the parsonage of me
Baptist church in Biloxi, Miss.
Rev. E. S. Flynt, pastor of the
church, pronounced the vows.
Both the bride and bridegroom
are graduates of the Waynesville
township high school.
Mr. Scruggs who was employed
by A. C. Lawrence Leather com
pany before volunteering for ser
vice, is now stationed at Keosler
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