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THE WAYNES VTLLE MOUNTAINEER
DAR Hears A
Splendid Talk By
W. H. F Millar, president of
the local post of the American Le
gion, addressed the members of
the Dorcas Bell Love Chapter of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution at their May meeting
which was held on Friday after
noon with Mrs. Thad Howell and
Mrs, Kate Morris as associate
hostess at the home of the former.
In the absence of the regent, Mrs.
S. H. Bushnell, Mrs. W. F. Swift,
vice regent, presided.
Mr. Millar's subject was "The
Constitution." In his opening re
marks, he stated that the subject
was far too vast to cover as a
whole, and that he would limit his
talk to the power of the president
under the constitution in time of
war and in great emergency. He
also touched on the allied powers
of the president.
He stated that the framers of
the Constitution were themselves
all great men, and that they felt
that the president Of this nation
should have increased power dur
ing war or an emergency. He
cited Washington as an illustration
and outlined the authority that
he had to assume in time of war.
He pointed out that no real
patriotic citizen would feel that a
Mr. and Mrs. Fish
To Observe 50th
Mr. and Mrs. George Mack
Fish will observe their golde
wedding anniversary at their home
in Clyde, on Friday, May 22.
For the occasion, the couple will
have an open house from one to
six o clock, on the 22nd.
Friends and relatives of the well
known couple are invited to call
during these hours.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jones
Announce Marriage Of
Daughter on April 18th
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Jones, of
Waynesville, route 2, have an
nounced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Margaret Eleanor
Jones, to Gwyn William Stamey,
of Canton. The wedding took place
in Clayton, Ga., on April 13.
The bride is a member of the
1942 graduating class of the local
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. D. L. Stamey, of Canton, and
is a graduate of the Hayesville
high school. At present he holds
a position with the Champion Pa
per and Fibre Company jn Canton,
where the young couple will re
nresident was trvine tn be a dicta
tor during an emergency and that brOUD (Jl HazelWOOd
on tne otner nana tney should be Folks Snpnt WppV-
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assured when a man had the
strength to assume more power,
he could be trusted as a leader.
He said there is no need for worry
that America would ever have a
Mrs. Kate Morris reminded the
20th. She also read excerpts about Queer Mrs- Ta.'s and Mr. Queen's
1 v I anna whn a ra m tra inm Vm.A of
End In Illinois
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Underwood
and sonCarol, Mrs. Joe M. Tate,
Mrs. Rufus Carswell, and Bill
Queen spent the week-end in Illi
nois with Ralph Tate and Harold
the recent meeting in Chicago.
Miss Lois Harrold presented the
chapter with three books on the
flag and the constitution, to be
placed in the local library. She al
so distributed a list of the days
on which the flag should be dis
Miss Anne Osborne, daughter of
JVirs. Kobert Osborne, was present
ed as the winner of the DAR
Citizenship medal given annually
to a senior girl in the high school.
Regret was expressed that Sam
Arrington, winner of the boys'
mpciai, could not be present.
Mrs. L. M. Killian reported she
had sent off two pounds of stamps.
sons who are in training there at
Jack McCracken, who is now re
siding in Wilmington, spent sev
eral days here during the week.
Joe Tate, who is with the ship
yards in Wilmington, spent a few
days here last week with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tate
Miss Rose To Marry Tomorrow
Miss hugenia Martin has re
turned after a visit with her sister, I werk, of Milwaukee, will be sol-
Mrs.. W. N. Fowler, in Raleigh, emmzed Friday morning at St.
(John's Catholic church at nine
Bobby Plott, who is attending o'clock.
Mars Hill College, spent the week- Officers for the solemn wedding
Snppinl wioof. end with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. High Mass will include Rev. A. F
' &uv - nio ai bCl IIUUIl t . . . . I i- t 1 i .'-- -r
were Mrs. Robert Osborne Mrs u u' nott- He was accompanied nonroacner, ceieorant, very itev.
borne, and Mrs. G. C. Plott The brother Haywood Plott Church Law School, Catholic Uni
bv Mrs Glenn Tweed ,j Mrf Miss Mary Miller has returned C, deacon; Rev. M, A. Carey, .pas-. fMcaga for three years and for
G. C. Plott. itrom Kaieign, wnere she visited tor oi ot. Margarets cnurcn,.-"- as oeen
MISS CAROLYN ROSE will become the bride of Dr. John Champ
neys Taylor, of Jacksonville, Fla., tomorrow at the Fourth Presby
terian church of Chicago. Miss Rose is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Joseph Emerson Rose, and the granddaughter of Dr, and Mrs. B. F,
Miss Carolyn Rose To Be Wed
To Dr. John Champneys Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Emerson
Rose, of Chicago and Waynesville,
have announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Miss Carolyn Rose, to
Dr. John Champneys Taylor, of
The wedding will take place on
May 15th in the John Timothy
Stone chapel of the Fourth Presby
terian church of Chicago. Dr,
Harrison Ray Anderson will per
form the ceremony.
The bride-elect attended the Col
lege Preparatory School of Cin
cinnati, St. Catherine's in Rich
mond, Va., and was graduated
from the Girls' Latin School of
Chicago. She studied at the Amer
ican Conservatory of Music
Local Girl Weds In
Solemn High Mass
The marriage of Miss Frances
Allison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Claude Allison, to Albert Stollen-
Miss Edna J. Cagle Weds
Ralph K. Newkirk In
Ceremony At Salem, N. J
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Edna Jose'
phine Cagle and Ralph R. New
kirk, both of Salem, N. J., which
took place on Wednesday evening
April 29th, at the Broadway Meth
odist parsonage in Salem. The
pastor, Rev. Eugene M. Pierce, of'
The bride was attired in a gray
suit with navy blue accessories
and her corsage was of gardenias,
Mrs. William Kenyon, of West
ville, N. J., the matron of honor
wore a light blue gown with navy
blue accessories and her bouquet
was of pink roses.
William Kenyon served the
bridegroom as best man.
Following the marriage a re
ception was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Hough.
Among the guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Voyles, Mr. and Mrs.
Fordham, Mr. and Mis. Edwards,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles worth, Mr,
and Mrs. Clifford Shouoe. Miss
Mary Rathburn, Mrs. Mary F,
Newkirk, and James Ayres.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jessie L. Cagle, of Way
nesville, and the groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William P. New
kirk, of Salem, N. J.
The couple will reside at 12
Chestnut street, Salem, N. J.
Miss Ruth Dotson, who graduat
ed from Carson-Newman on Fri
day, has returned to spend the
summer vacation with her parents.
Miss Ruth Coffey returned home
on Friday to spend the summer
with her mother, Mrs. R. G. Coffey.
Miss Coffey graduated from Car
son-Newman College last week.
Mrs. C, D. Stephens, the former
Mary Kathryn McClure, arrived
if riday from Elizabeth City for
an extended visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McClure.
' . " '."
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hickman, of
Miami and Waynesville, have ar
rived during the week and have
opened their home near the Coun
try Club for the summer season.
Mrs. Lillie Swann, of Asheville, I
spent the week-end here with rela
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGee. of
Newton, spent the week-end here
v, , .-J .. .; , .j,
MRS. EARL HOWARD was be
fore her marriage on April 24,
Miss Evelyn Wyatt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wyatt, of
Miss Evelyn Wyatt
Weds Earl Howard
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wyatt, of
Hazelwood, announce the marriage
of their daughter, Miss Evelyn
Wyatt, to Earl Howard, of Canton.
The marriage took place in Clay
ton, Ga., on Friday, April 24.
Mr. Howard is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Howard, of Canton.
The young couple plan to live
in Hamilton, Ohio, where the
bridegroom holds a position.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Schuler and
grandson, Bill Harris, of Dills-
boro, spent the week-end here with
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green, their
daughter and son-in-law.
Mrs. James L. Obenchains and
children, Barbara Gail and Miriam
Joyce, left Sunday for Columbia,
S. C, where they plan to spend
several days with relatives.
Mrs. Shields is
Honored With i
. Mrs. L. -If. Davis Mi I
inson and Mrs. Lr
joint hostesses on i
evening : to a buffet su
home of Mrs. L K r. !
J.E. Shields inaipS1"'
many years of
man's Auxiliarv t n e
Presbyterian ;:,ine H
The living room a
wmte and pink fln. 2
guest was ne-4r rhy
piece of notterv 1)
The guest list included a
lowing: Mr. and VT
Shields. Mr J.
vost, Mr. and Mrs r w ...L
and Mrs. W, R win i, lf"
and Mrs. .Painh" l?'
and Mrs. Geo
iwrs. L. X. Davi "
31rs. Lau'nn,. . '
Mrs. Paul' Di,
inson. Mrs. f,u,i
Rufus Cddi. v,1"1
"I -'lias KuL
rnerrow, Miss Almarie p ,
nev. and Mrs. S. R. rri
St. John's Musi,
irfoup To Give
Tonight at eiirht .M..,.
.. ovuuui wm give thjiJ
I - . i tne school
At the conclusion of the
Rev. A. F. RohrbarW
Peggy Ingle left Sunday for
Weaverville, Where she plans to
spend some time with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y. Bridges,
of Charlotte, spent the week-end
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Bridges.
ibb . iq . me music studen'j
"""e nignest average ii
ligence, application, and rei
m-tenuance at lessons.
Among those apDearitiff
program will be: Martha M
land, John Rateliff, Lane PrJ
vuie natciin, sarah JaneGirJ
iancy r rancis, Richard U
wooa, vivian watkins, Jane
ler, Sally Stovall.
derwood, Ann Mormino, 9
Hardin, Bette Hannah, Lorl
ii,ei, oeviy jo woland, -Thf
Liner, Bebe Medford, Phil Me
jean Hyatt, Jackie Sue H
and Patsy Jansen.
her brother, Chas. Miller, who is Swannanoa, subdeacon, and Rev.
a atiirlonfc at tha Nnrtk flnrnlino V. .1. Mflhonpv. tnnstpr of cerfi-
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Dalton and State College. monies.
Miss Allison will have as her
Miss Corinne Wagenfeld and only attendant, her sister, Miss
Miss Thomasine Stringfield spent Kathleen Allison, as maid of honor
son, Konnie, of Asheville. and
Mrs. Bertha Sugg, of Philadelphia,
visited nere last week with Mr,
and Mrs. Hayes Bryson.
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Miss Martha Way, who has been
teaching in Mt. Airy, has return-
the week-end with friends in Chat
Hugh Thomas Clark, of Lenoir,
The bridegroom will have as his
best man, Norbert Lecher, of Mil
ed to town to spend the summer sPent tne week-end here with his
vacation here with her parents. amy'
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Way, Jr. Prior
to coming here she visited friends
Music Club Will
TT.1J 1 1 Tl. j.
Miss Bobbie Rhinehardt left I JIUIU imnUHl lfieCl
Sunday lor Washington, D. C, I f TJ XT Li
where she has accepted a position. Jll T TlUay iNlgnt
Miss Dorothy Milner spent the! The annual open meeting of the
week-end at Virginia Intermont I Waynesville Music Club will be
The following is a list of books College where she was the guest held at the home of Mrs. Hugh
that are among our best sellers I ' Miss Marion Morgan. While I Love on Friday evening at 8:30
at this time:
By Dave Breger
DOUGLAS MacARTH- f JC
UR. By Francis Miller
THE MOON IS DOWN
By John Steinbach
MOSCOW WAR DAIRY
By Alexander Werth ..........
By Marjorie Rawlings Ow
We make no charge for postage
on books to out-of-town customers.
Brown Book Co.
Asheville, N. C.
there she attended the final 'dance ( o'clock. Miss Stephanie Moore is
at the college. in charge of the program, and
Mrs. Evelyn Abel Osborne is in
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Bryson and charge of decorating and arrane-
children, Mary Nell, Harold and mg,
June, spent the week-end in Green-1 Each member 13 privileged to
i ville, S. C, with relatives. I invite a stated number of guests,
I and the program is a climax of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sampson the year's activities
and granddaughter, Barbara
Mintzer, of Atlanta, were guests! Miss Ruth Coffey, who graduat
last Wednesday and Thursday at ed last week from Carson New
the Country Club. I man College, arrived on Friday
from Jefferson City, and is with
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bradley and her family here.
daughters, Betty and Jean Ann,
spent Sunday at Davidson College
with their son, Richard Bradley.
14-karat solid gold diamond solitaire
diamond ring, and matching solid gold
diamond ring, both for
Other Diamond Solitaires For...
Weddings Rings For
Mr. and Mrs. Bronson Matney
and family, of Winston-Salem,
spent Mother's Day here with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Matney. They were accom
panied home by their niece, Miss
Mary Ellen Boone, who will spend
several weeks with them.
doing radio work over NBC net
works and CBS.
Dr. Taylor received his bache
lor of science degree at the Unw
versity of Florida and his M. D.
degree from Yale University. He
now has a fellowship at the Mayo
foundation at Rochester. Minn.
The couple will reside temDorar-
ily in Rochester, pending the time
wnen Dr. 1 aylor receives his com
mission in the Naval Medical Corps
ana will be called for active dutv.
Miss Rose is the granddaughter
ot Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Smathers
and has a wide family connection
here. Her mother was the former
Miss Wilsie Smathers. Her par
ents maintain a summer home here
on the Balsam Road, where she
and her family spend part of each
Bride And Groom Visit
Latter's Parents Here
Mr.1 and Mrs, Tom Matnev. of
Greensboro, who were recently
married, were the guests of the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W.
U Matney. Mrs. Matnev was he-
fore her marriage Miss Jeanette
Fox, of Greensboro. The vounsr
coupie wiu make their home in
ureensboro where both hold posi
Walter Hyatt, of Newport News.
spent tne week-end here with rel
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Waddell
have as their guests this week,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hilliard. of
Bristol, Va., the latter's parents.
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