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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, APRil h
George Tracy Gives
Paper At Music
George Tracy, head of the de
partment of piano at Western
Carolina Teachers College, had
charge of the program at the April
meeting of the music club which
was held on Saturday afternoon
with Mrs. Fred Calhoun as host
ess at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Fred Martin. Mrs, Henry Foy,
retiring president, presided.
Mr. Tracy had as his subject,
"Instrumental Timbre," which he
discussed at length, beginning with
the wood wind and precussion in
struments and continuing through
the orchestra which he stated
should be heard as one instru
Numbers illustrating points
made by the speaker were as fol
lows: Mrs. R. N. Barber, Jr.,
violinist, accompanied by Mrs.
Cornelia Nixon, playing a violin
solo, "Camzonetta," by Ambrozia;
Miss Patsy Gwyn, gave a flute
number, from "Martha," accompa
nied by Mrs. L. M. Richeson; Mrs.
Douglas Moore concluded the pro
gram with a piano solo, "The
Trysting Place," by MacDowell.
Miss Stephanie Moore, chair--man
of the annual open meeting,
announced plans for the event
which has been set for May 15th,
and will be held at the home of
Mrs. Hugh A. Love. She stated
that each member will have the
privilege of inviting two guests.
Attention was call to Music
Week, May 3-10 and the members
were asked to help observe the
week in the churches and the com
munity. Miss Margaret Terrell, incom
ing president, appointed the fol
lowing program committee for the
coming years: Mrs. R. H. Stretch
er, Mrs. R. N. Barber, Jr., and Mrs.
L. M. Richeson,
Give Supper Party
Mrs. Jack Messer and Mrs. Felix
Stovall were joint hostesses at the
home of the latter on Thursday
evening of a supper party to the
former Miss Jane White, whose
marriage to Henry Tuttle took
place on Saturday night.
For the occasion quantities of
spring flowers : in a variety of
shades adorned the rooms. In the
progressions following the serving
of supper, prizes were awarded
the winners of the high and second
scores. The guest of honor was
also presented with a gift.
The list, included: the honor
guest and her mother, Mrs. C. C
White, Mrs. Harvey Owens, of
Ulackstone, Va., Miss Mary Eliza
beth Cates, of Edenton, Miss Doro-
thy Baldwin, of Tabor City, Miss
Thomasine Stringfield, Miss Cor-
inne Wagenfeld, Mrs. Hugh Massie
Mrs. J, Wilford Ray, Miss Ellen
Louise Killian, Mrs. Harold Mas
sie, Mrs. James S. Queen, Mrs,
Charles Ketner, Mrs. Hallett Ward,
and Mrs. John Allen, of Burling
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Local Club Members
Attend State Meeting
The following were among those
who attended the annual meeting
of the North Carolina Federation
of Women's Clubs which met in
Asheville last week: Mrs. W. T.
Crawford, Mrs. C. F. Kirkpatrick,
Mrs. C. N. Sisk, and Mrs. J. W.
Killian, who attended as a del
egate from the local Woman's Club
Mrs. John Allen, Jr., and young
son, John Allen, III, of Burling
ton, Vt., who have been Visiting
the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Tom Stringfield left Monday; for
Mrs. W.- L. Lampkin has return
ed to her home on Welch street af
ter a visit with her daughters, Mrs,
Lawrence McElroy, in Newport
News, Va., and Miss Drama Lamp
kin, in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs, T. M. Seawell, of
Carrollton, Ga., spent the week
end in town with friends.
Gordon Haskell, of Norfolk, Va.,
spent the week-end in town as the
guest of friends.
Mrs. vviins Hmitn and young
daughter, Anna Lee, of Raleigh,
were the guests over the week-end
of the former's father, W. T. Lee.
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Asheville, N. C.
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HENRY TUTTLE, whose marriage was solemnized on Saturday night,
April 25th, in the First Methodist church. The bride was the former Miss Martha Jane White, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. CHffard C. White. Mr. Tuttle, technician in U. S. Army, is the foster son of Mr. and
Mrs. William T. Shelton.
Miss Jane Wh ite Becomes Bride
Of William Henry Tuttle
The marriage of Miss Martha
Jane White, and William Henry
Tuttle, technician in the U. S.
Army, foster son of Mr. and Mrs.
William T Shelton, was solemnized
on Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock
in the First Methodist church. The
Rev. J. Clav Madison, pastor of
the church pronounced the vows,
Tall evergreens made an effec
tive background for the floor can
delabra which held dozens of light
ed cathedral candles. At intervals
white floor standards containing
white gladioli were advantageously
Mrs. H. G. Hammett, organist,
and Miss Ellen Louise Killian and
Miss Mary Stentz, soloists, render
ed ; a program of nuptial music
prior to the ceremony. Mrs. Ham
mett played Schubert s "Serenade,"
and Liebstrauni, ' by Liszt, and
during the taking of the vows she
softly rendered "Traunierei,'' by
Schumann. Miss Killian sang,
I Love You Truly,' by Carrie
Jacobs Bond, and Miss Mary Stentz
sang, "Because," by de Hardelot,
with both accompanied by Mrs.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. She" wore a gown
of Dutchess white satin, fashioned
with a long train, and modeled
along princess lines. The sleeves
were long and ended with a point
over the hands. The neckline was
a sweetheart effect and was edged
in seed pearls and the bodice was
trimmed in the back from the
neckline to the waist in tiny self
covered buttons of the satin. Her
veil of illusion Was worn with a
pearl cap which was encircled with
a wreath of orange blossoms. She
carried a cascade of gardenias and
white orchids, which contained a
detachable corsage of the latter,
which she wore for traveling.
Mrs. Harvey E. Owens, of Black-
stone, Va., aunt of the bride,- was
matron of honor. She wore a
gown of pink net over a matching
shade of taffeta, fashioned on
princess lines. Her small hat was
made of tulle and flowers over
which she wore an off the face veil.
Her flowers were a muff of violets
Miss Thomasine Stringfield, maid
of honor, wore yellow net over
matching taffeta, modeled along
similar lines of that of the matron
of honor. Her flowers were a muff
of violets and pansies. Her hat
was also of tulle matching her
gown, trimmed in roses and worn
with an off the face veil.
The bridesmaids also wore gowns
of net over matching taffets, with
hats of a similar shade' fashioned
of tulle and flowers and their
muffs which matched their gowns,
were showered in spring flowers in
a variety of pastel shades.
The maids were: Miss Dorothy
Baldwin, of Tabor City, who was
gowned in blue; Miss Mary Eliza
beth Cates, of Edenton, who wore
green; Miss Corinne Wagenfeld, of
Waynesville, who wore aqua, and
Miss Edith Godwin, of Kingsport,
Tenn., "aunt of the bride, whose
gown was in orchid shades.
Sallie Stovall, young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Stovall, wore
a frock of blue net over taffeta,
a miniature model of the gowns of
the other attendants. She carried
a basket of roses and scattered
rose petals in the path of the bride,
Master John Allen, III, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, Jr., of
Burlington, Vt., and grandson of
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Stringfield, of
Waynesville, was ring bearer, and
carried the ring in a lily.
Mr. Tuttle had as his best man,
Howard Hyatt, of Waynesville.
Serving as ushers were James S.
Queen, Johnny Cuddeback, Ben Col
kitt, Jr., Charles D. Ketner, and
Mrs. White, mother of the bride,
wore a gown of rose failee, with a
corsage of orchids, and Mrs. Shel
ton, mother of the bridegroom,
wore a black gown and her flowers
were also orchids.
Immediately following the wed
ding the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. White, entertained with a
large reception at the Waynesville
Country Club. For the occasion the
reception hall, lounge and dining
rooms were arranged with quan
tities of white flowers interspersed
Mrs. R, R. Campbell greeted the
guests at the entrance, with Mrs.
Ben Colkitt and Mrs. Hallet Ward
received in the reception room. Mrs,
T. Lenoir Gwyn introduced the
guests to the receiving line com
posed of the bridal party and the
parents of the bride and bride
Mrs. Felix Stovall and Miss
Alipe Stringfield directed the guests
to the dining room, where Miss
Tillie Rotha and Miss Martha Way
received. The bride s table was
centered with a three tier wedding
cake bearing the bridal motif,
flanked with tall white tapers, with
silver appointments. The auxil
iary tables were arranged in white
flowers and white tapers. Serving
were Patsy Gwyn, Carroll Louise
Bell, Doris Colkitt, and Ruthie
Mary Ann Massie, young daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Massie,
was in charge of the register.
The bride is a graduate of Con
verse College, from which she re
ceived a B. A. degree, majoring in
sociology. She was a member of
the Del't Delta Phi sorority. Since
the announcement of her engage
ment a few weeks ago she has been
extended numerous courtesies.
Mr. Tuttle is a graduate of Oak
Ridge Military Institute. Prior to
his enlistment in the army he was
connected in business in Waynes
ville. He is now stationed at
Camp Polk, La.
Following the reception the
young couple left for a wedding
trip, and upon their return will jro
directly to Camp Polk. For trav
eling the bride donned a suit of
Victory red, with which she wore
a white blouse. Her hat was a
tailored felt model, and her acces
sories were in blue. Her flowers a
corsage of orchids.
Among those from out of town
attending the marriage were Mr.
and Mrs. I. R. White, of Augusta,
Ga., O. E. Godwin, grandfather
of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Godwin, and Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Bell, all of Jefferson City, Tenn.,
Mrs. Melvin Lyle and son, Jerry
Lyle, of Honolulu, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. White and Mrs. W. W. White,
Jr., of Chuckey, Tenn,, and Oscar
Godwin, of Nashville Tenn., Gor
don Haskell, of Norfolk, Va., Mrs.
I. B. Rhinehart, Miss Harriet
Rhinehart, Carl Rhinehart, Jr., all
of Asheville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Tuttle, Mrs. Ed Hamby, Sam Tuttle,
and Miss Nancy Tuttle, all of
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Palmer House For
Miss Dorothy Baldwin, of Tabor
City and Miss Mary Elizabeth
Cates, of Edenton, were joint host
esses at a luncheon on Saturday
honoring Mrs. Henry Tuttle, the
former Miss Jane White, whose
marrige took place that evening.
The party was given in the
dining room of the Palmer House.
The table was : centered with a
bowl of lavender tulips. Those en
joying the affair included in ad
dition to the honor guest, Miss
kdith Godwin, of Kingsport, Tenn.,
Mrs. Harvey E. Owens, of Black-
stone, Va., Mrs. John Allen, Jr., of
Burlington, Vt., Mrs. Felix Stovall,
Miss Mary Stentz, Miss Thomas-
sine stringfield, Miss Corinne
Wagenfeld, and Miss Ellen Louise
Frederick Love, who is located
in Charlotte, spent the week-end
with his mother, Mrs. Hugh A.
Gives Dinner For
Miss Thomasine Stringfield, who
was maid of honor in the wedding
of Miss Jfene White and William
Henry Tuttle, which was solemnized
on Saturday nisrht. was hostess
of a dinner party on Friday even
ing, prior to the rehearsal which
took place at the First Methodist
The residence was arranged in
quantities of white and yellow
flowers, with the bridal table bear
ing the bridal motif.
The guest list included the fol
lowing: Miss Jane White, William
Henry Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. C. C
White, Mr. and Mrs. James Queen,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ketner, Mr.
and Mrs. Johnny Cuddeback, Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Stovall and young
daughter, Sallie, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Shelton, Rev. and Mrs. H. G.
Hammett, Rev. and Mrs. J. Clay
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Stringfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Massie, Miss
Mary Stentz, Miss Ellen Louise
Killian, Miss Corinne Wagenfeld,
Miss Dorothy Baldwin, of Tabor
City, Miss Mary Elizabeth Cates,
of Edenton, Miss Edith Godwin, of
Kingsport, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hyatt, Mrs. Harvey E.
Owens, of Blackstone, Va., and
Gordon Haskell, of Norfolk, Va.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton had
as their guest over the week-end
Mrs. Ed Hamby, of Lenoir.
Mrs. Syda Ray and her daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Ray, who are now
residing in Mobile, Ala., arrived
Sunday for a visit here. They are
guests at Oak Park. Miss Ray
holds a position with a shipping
company in Mobile.
R. E. Sentelle left the first of
the week for Brunswick county
where he has gone on legal busi
ness. Mr. Sentelle expects to return
to the county on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reed, who
have spent sometime in Florida,
have arrived and are guests at
the Palmer House. They have with
them for a fortnight their son.
Jimmy Reed, of Asheville.
Mrs. G. C. Hooper, of Cullowhee,
is spending this week here with
her daughter, Mrs. Hayes Bryson.
Mrs. J. R. McCracken
Has Dinner Party for
Miss Frances Allison
Mrs. J. Rufus McCracken was
hostess on Tuesday evening of a
dinner party in compliment to
Miss Frances Allison, whose mar
riage to Albert Stollenwerk, of
Milwaukee, will take place at St
John's Catholic church on .May
The guest list was confined to
the personnel of the health de
partment in which the bride-elect
has served as secretary for the
past several months.
Rev. and Mrs. MacBlain
Entertain for Daughter
On Tenth Birthday
Rev. and Mrs. Raymond E. Mac
Blain honored their daughter
Alethea, with a picture show party
on the occasion of her tenth birth
day on Saturday, April 25th, Af
ter the picture show the guests
gathered at the rectory where the
large birthday cake was cut and
served with ice cream, Games
were played in the spacious rectory
yard by the following invited
guests and Alethea: Barbara Ann
Boyd, Mary Osborne, Walter
Talliaferro, Mary Chase Hall, Bar
bara Jean Potts, Emily Michal,
Martha Ann Grahl, Shirley Harris,
Allen Hart, Patsy Davis.
Jack Richeson, student at Dav-
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will preside. Mrs. J, Hardfn o
Joe Davis, student at the Uni
versity of North Carolina, spent
the week-end in town with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Davis.
Dick Bradley, student at David
son College, spent the week-end
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Bradley.
Lester Burgin, Jr., student at
Mars Hill College, spent the week
end here with his parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Lester Burgin.
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Mrs. E. A. Greer and young
daughter, Carolyn, left last week
for Wilmington, Del., where they
will spend a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin Clance. ' Mrs.
Clance is Mrs. Greer's daughter.
They then plan to go to New
York where they will spend sev
eral days before returning home.
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Mrs. T. L. Bramlett.
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weas K. H. Wright, Jr
Mr. and Mrs. David L PntJ
of Lake Junaluska, have annoi
ea the marriage of their diJ
ter, Miss Jennie Fay Pntnuil
Robert H, Wright, Jr., of Wiji
The marriage took place
Clayton, Ga., on Friday, J
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Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wright
young couple will make their 11
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