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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Miss Alley and L. M. Killian, Jr.
Take Vows In Impressive Ceremony
Her flowers were
The marriage of Miss Corinne
Ail ,(o,,rrV.tQ f m rw,io i matching shade
i"i J I uuw.i..ti iriio, jyujib " -
Davis Alley and the late Mr. Alley, fn arm uQuet ol garden varities
Marcus Killian, Jr.; of,".' wun a wme
and Waynes-1 1 ,uuo" i Harmonizing snaaes.
miss jean uicKey, oj Llunn, was
maid of honor. Her e-own was
Newport News. Va
ville, was solemnized this evening!
at 9 o clock in the First Methodist
ch.;rch. The Rev. J. Clay Madison,
pastor of the church pronounced
The altar of the church was
banked in tall evergreens, inter
spersed with floor candelabra bear-,
ing numerous lighted tapers.
Standards containing white glad
ioli were placed at intervals among
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. H. G.
Hammett, organist, and Miss Mary
Stentz, soloist, rendered a pro
gram of wedding music. Miss
Stentz sang "Ich Liebe Dich," by
Grieg, "Until," and "Tbe Lord's
Prayer," by Malottee. Mrs. Ham
niett played "Ava Maria," "Medita
tion" from Thais, and during the
taking 01 the vows she softly ren
dered. "Liebestraum." For the pro
cessional and the recessional the
traditional marches were played.
The bride entered with her great
uncle, Judge Felix E. Alley, by
whom she was given in marriage.
Her gown was of heavy bridal
satin, fashioned along princess
lines, with a wide insertion of
Chantilly lace trimming the front
of the bodice and ending in a V
iffect in the back. The sleeves
were long and the neckline was a
sweetheart model with the lace
trimming held in place by seed
pear clips.. Her finger tip veil of
illusion was held in nlace hv
string of pearls in the back and by j
ol aqua blue lace and net over
taffeta and was also fashioned
along princess lines. Shp wore!
long lace initts in a shade match
ing her srown. and sha parripd in
arm bouquet of pastel flowers tied
with a contrasting ribbon.
Miss Catherine Jones and Miss
Hllen Louise Killian, the latter
a sister of the bridegroom, served
as bridesmaids and their frocks
were of orchid lace and net, mod
eled aldng princess line. They I
wore long lace mitts and earrir.l
arm bouquets of earden floweis
in pastel shades. Miss Btttv Bur-
gin and Miss Mary Lee Alley,
bridesmaids, wore frocks of light
rose, of net and lace made along
the same lines as those of the
other attendants. They also car
ried arm bouquets of garden flow
ers in pastels, tied with harmon
Mr. Killian had us his best man
Howard Hyatt, and sewing n
ushers were; Paul Davis, Harold
Massie, of Waynesville, and Bill
Swift and Percy Dozier, of New
port News, Va., and Ernest Wilson,
of Hendersonville and Sylva.
The bride's mother wore a gown
of lavender and purple crepe trim
med " in touches of gold and her
flowers were roses. Mrs. Jfilli:.n
mother of the hridee-i
black lace and chiffon and ht-r
corsage was of roses. j
following the wedding, Mi
Marriage Took Place Saturday
I IULII 111 WMHH Till A7 IJrO -1 r I'AP n .All. j . . .
thu fr,nt u u .i.rt.uey entertained with a recen-
llhJ T F, hU,qUet u WaS f . tion at the Hotl LeFaine, which
white roses centered with a d,- was attended by members of the
taohable corsage of white orchids, family, out of town guest and
which she later wore on her trav-1 close friends
eiing suit. Her only ornament was I nf, j A iL
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0. E. S. Officials
Make Visit To
THURSDAY, AUGUST l3i
Miss Gladys Bun-ess Weds! M, n TTT
On 7th In , Greenville Honors Hnn..8
Mrs. John Huirhes has announe
ied the marriage of her daughter
Mrs Mare if FWt of Rockv Miss Uladys rJurress, to Corporal M r. -
Mount, wortny grand matron oi,"- ")"""- tess of i ovl w.
the Grand Chapter of the North Mhe vows were solemnized in i afternoon .1 tea Sat,
rr 't-: eKt 7th. For ih uest. ir8. n. r,
visic co me local cnapierf huiu- r 7. . . I oi sort Tiwi. , V AieiiJ
oer 165, on Thursday evening. - UI v,n.n
Mrs M.t. ni,. worthv matron, matching accessories. i
presided over the meeting which e bridegroonr is the ron .:0f
was held in the assembly rooms in E" ShrPe and th, ate Mr8-
t.h M.n T.mni. ftnarpe. He attended the public
. .5. ' . . . , schools in West Virginia, and is
.1 n TbLtfer , whfnh -w attached to the 6th Armored
also attended the meeting which ; Djy a D v ,
nciuded: Mrs. Mary Li. weatner- jjrg gar e wjji re a n f th
,y grandsecretary of the grand " - "in o; e
chapter; of the state Mrs. Cathe- c .a, sharpp ha8 r;tu'rned to
nne Daniel, of Asheve grand ( hjs .. , She jan to join him
xukiij ana. uucy TT liiiiiauui, . jn . fajj
deputy grand matron of the dis- j
trick II.,l,j d.i...
Alf J. Creasman. district deputy " ""u .icsuy wrri
;rand patron and Mrs. Creasman. Church lieffinS Daily
of Asheville, Miss Lillian Kerney, Vacation Bible School
district chairman of the Red Cross j
work and war relief. Miss Nell K. I The annual vacation Bible school
Porter, chairman of the Eastern of the Hazelwood Presbyterian
Star home, and Mrs. Maxey, of church began Monday morning
4 . ' ...i-t. Hit: T1 J.1 T" i . M ITT i
ost froor, ria., was a special W1!-n miss ceruia nice, oi wytne-
guest. The grand worthy matron .ver Va., in charge. Ssrvices will
was introduced by. Mrs.- Ha G. e neia each morning this week
Campbell as the grand represen-
ative of the grand jurisdiction of
a string of pearls, the gift of the
Mrs, El wood Home, of Durham,
was matron of honor. She wore
a gown of net and lace in pale
pink over matching taffetti, fash
i.med on princess lines. The
sleeves were short puffed effect '
and she wore long lace mitts in a 1
trance to the lounge by Mrs. C. F.
Kirkpatrick and Mrs. James W.
Killian. Mrs. J. Wilford Ray in
troduced the callers to the receiv
ing line, which was composed of the
bridal party, Mrs. Alley. Mr. and
Mrtr.-fc; M. Killian, and Judge and
Mrs: Felix e. Alley,
Receiving and serving in the
Prepare Them For SCHOOL
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MRS. LEON M. KILLIAN, Jr., who before her marriage on Sat
urday night in the First Methodist church ham uu Tia rni-inno
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rviit-y, uauKinn 01 mrs- uvym uavis Alley and the lute Mi'. Alley.
Lt. Commander And Mrs. II a ml and
Announce Marriage Of Daughter
Lieutenant Commander and Mrs.
Willis Bradley Haviland have an
nounced the marriage, of their
daughter, Miss Barbara Haviland,
to Mr. Juius Blum Seaman, which
took place on Saturday, July 25th,
in New York City.
The bride js the granddaughter
of Mrs. S. C. Satterthwaite, of
Waynesville and Atlanta, and the
late Mr. Satterthwaite. Her moth
er was the former Miss LikmIa noon
Satterthwaite, of Waynesville. i Alley
Mrs. Seaman, who has often vis
ited her aunt, Mrs. Ernest L,
Withers, was educated at the Ham
line School for Girls in California
and in June was graduated from
Mr. Seaman is the son of Mrs
John Seaman and the late Mr
Seaman, of Oyster Bay, N. Y. He
is a graduate of the Universitv
of Pennswania and at nresenf-
holds a position with the Pheonix
Life Insurance ComPanv in New
i oik (jity.
The young couple are residin? at
1! Shenack, Great Neck. Long Is
Be Easy At RAY'S-
hTERY TYPE - PRICE - SIZE
lining room, which bore the bridal
motif were : Mrs. Keith Hinds, of
Cullowhee, Mrs. Henry Tutt.le, Miss
Betty Jean Alley, Miss Thomas-
ine String-held, and Mrs. Howard
Hyatt. Others receiving were:
Mrs. W. F. Swift and Mrs. J. Har
den Howell. The table in the din
ing room was centered with a three
tier wedding cake, flanked bv four
silver holders holding white tapers.
The bride is a arraduatp of fh
local high school and for th nat
two years has been a student at
the Woman's College of the Uni
versity of North Carolina. Since
the announcement of her engage
ment she has been extensively en
tertained. For traveling she wore
green linen suit, with whit a
blouse, tan and brown hat, with
white and brown accessories.
Mr. Killian is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Killian, of Waynes
ville and grandson of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Killian. He is a
graduate of the local high school,
after which he attended the Blue
Ridge School for Boys, McCallie's
and has taken special work at the
Bliss Electrical Engineerine school
of Washington, D. C.
At present Mr. Killian holds a
position in the electrical denart-
ment of the Newport News Shin-
building and Dry Dock Company,
oi Newport News, Va., where the
young couple will reside.
Among the out of town sruesta
attending the weddine were? Mrs.
Laura Ardlege, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Wilson, of Hendersonv e?
Mrs. Awa Mingus, of Spartanburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Lachlan Hyatt, Bill
Swift, and Percy Dozier. of New
port News: Miss Emilv Siler. nf
Lumberton; Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Killian, of Asheville; Mr. and Mrs
II. Hyatts Hosts
Mr. and Mis. Howard Hyatt
were hosts of a wedding breakfast
at the Piedmont Hotel on Saturday
in honor of Miss Corinne
and Leon M. Killian. Jr..
whose marriage took place that
i ne private dining room, in
which the affair was held, was
arranged in quantities of white
gladioli and white cosmos. The
long table at which the 18 guests
were seated, was centered with
miniature bridal party arranged
in tront ot an altar of white now
ers. . .
Those attending the breakfast
were: the bride and brides-room
elect. Mr. and Mrs. L.'M. Killian
Mrs- Doyle Davis Alley, Miss Jean
Dickey, of Dunn, Mr. and Mrs
t'aui Davis, Miss fcllen Louise Kil
li'an, Miss Mary Stentz. Miss Bet
ty Buigin, Miss Mary Lee Alley
Miss Catherine Jones, and Mrs
Lachlan Hvatt. Bill Swift-, and
Percy Dozier, all of Newport News
Dr. and Mrs. John Shackford. of
Rock Hill, are visiting relatives
Well Known Methodist
Minister And Family
-e Now At The Lake
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert P.
Turner and daughter, Miss Alice
Theresa Turner, and Miss Lynette
Gilmore, all of Holly Hill, have
arrived to spend the remainder of
the month at Lake Junaluska.
Thpv are nrennvino- the "MaSOtt
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Crum" cottage while at the lake.
Kev. Mr. Turner is pastor oi
Lhe Holly Hill Methodist church in
Orangeburg county, S. C. For the
past fifteen years he has been a
contributor of sermons to a num
ber of newspapers both in North
and South Carolina- For the past
four years he has served as publi
city agent for the Methodist con
ference of his state.
Miss Ameia MacFayden. of
Washington. D. C. is snendinc
two weeks here with her mother,
Mrs. H. L. MacFavden. and her
sisters, Mrs. Jack Elwood and Miss
Louise MacFavden. Miss Mac
Fayden holds a position with the
between -9 and 11 o'clock
1 Teachers of the departments are;
Juniors, the Rev, R. S. Crokett
and Mrs. J. E. Shields; primaries,
Miss Rice and Miss Laura Win
chester; beginners, Mrs. S. R.
Crockett and Miss Edith Summer-row.
ortui arrangements '
"-.Miruums, .ummer i'
golds and hydrangea
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Atlanta ,i "aa
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Miss Maijotie M,.(' '
Thad Howell M.Mt ,anUi.
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Wedding and Birthday Cakes an
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-Your Little Girls Are Now Oil Their Way-J
Back To School
NOTICE SERVICE SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
HA WOOD COUNTY
WILLIAM C. DAVIS, MURRAY
DAVrS, LULA B. DAVIS, ISA
BELLE DAVIS SMITH, BRY
ANT SMITH, ROBERTA C.
DAVIS. THOMAS J. DAVIS.
JR., ADELAIDE DAVIS, CAR
RIE ELLEN MATNEY, W. L.
MATNEY, WILLIAM C. DAVIS,
Guardian of Emma Henderson,
whit henderson, mabel
davis moorefield, alvin
moorefield, cleo davis
adams and freedlander,
belnuth & applebaum,
The defendants, William C. Da
vis, Murray Davis, Bryant Smith,
William C. Davis, guardian of
Emma Henderson, Whit Henderson,
Mabel Davis Moorefield, Alvin
Moorefield, Cleo Davis Adams.
and Freedlander. Belnuth & Ad-
plebaum, Inc., will take notice
that an action entitlpd
been commenced in the Superior
Court of Haywood County, North
Carolina, to foreclose 1
taxes due Haywood County- and
said defendants will further take
notice that they are required to
appear at the Office of th r.Urh
oi tne kuDerior
C. E. RAY'S SONS
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Everett Purcell. of Crawfordvillp. countv . tha funBn
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lnd.; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Pur VVavnesvillp : Vnrtk roiin m;n.
cell, of Crescent City. 111.;- Mr. in thirtv (Z0 da VS SlftpT- fia llfl.
and Mrs. J. W. Burke, of fiihsnn
ville: Mrs. C. H. Pnreell. of Vinit
Okla., grandmother of the bride;
Mrs. Sara A. Smithson and daugh
ters, Miss Nelly and Miss Mirana
Smithson and son, Doak, of Wash
ington, D. C. and Asheville; Mrs.
Margaret Morrison, of Bristol, Va.;
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hinds, of Cul
lowhee, and Mr. and Mrs. George
snow, of Mt. Airy
Get The Children Ready
For School By Buying At
day of September, 1942. and
answer or demur to the Com
plaint of said action or the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said Complaint.
This the 12: h day of August,
Asst. Clerfc Su-ev; - Court,
No. 1217 Aug. T -27-Sept. 3
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