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nvE PAY NEARER VICTORY) THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Whfer Of A
' kAoWno Pfeiffer be-
hirdp of Joseph Knapp
Tilt Vt? JWfc A A ISA
rTij in an uujjicw rat
WZ nome of the bride'.
F" - D Puffer at B:30 o'clock
' . in fivlvanfa
It- - c.
Pev. L. O
f a N C. uncle of the bride,
" 'J the vows in the prea-
I" relatives ana ciose xnenas.
L.n fleets of white gladioli
Ii eaadelabra bearing lighted
nrmed a background for
P!!-.. Before the ceremony,
I ' ,1-1 J on Pnmn Pfoi
Lgroom. lighted the tapers.
fltf bride s sister, Mrs. it.
ifflilton, 01 Uaiton, was me
V attendant. She wore a bouf-
it frOCK 01 U1UC wtc mi Hiiu
, . . q lnrtrp model nf nnt-
J straw, one carnea Doquei
nick asters and delphinium tied
h pink ribbons.
The bride was given in marriage
her father, one was murea in
wedding pown oi ner sister, a
y model of mousseline, featur
trim of embroidery and lace.
fineertip veil of bridal illusion
s attached to her hair DV a Dand
nlaited illusion. White roses
id bouvardia formed her boquet.
Preetilintr the ceremony, Miss
at Hagan, pianist, gave a pro
,m of wedding music, including
oause." "Liebestraum," "To a'
Mrs. David Stentz, who has spent
a few davs here with
Captain and Mrs. W. F. Swift, left
Tuesday by plane from Knoxville
for Washington, D. C, where she
J"" vapiaui eientz, u. S.
air corns, who i im ot;...j j
. . k"iuiicu m
Wild , Rose." and "I
Truly." Miss Elsie Hasan sans-
'At Dawning," and "All For You."
After the marriaira v.; ,)..
- s UllUC O
father entertained with a recep-
iiun. centering uie bride's table
in the dining room was a large
wedding cake embossed
effect. Burning tapers in .ilvr
holders stood at thA
the table. A ervstal Knurl
asters and gladioli flanked the
Later in the afternoon
left for a weddinsr trin tn w.
North Carolina, after which they
wjii ue at nome on mnce Ave.
Athens, Ga. ''
For traveling the birde wore
an ensemble of blue and whit..
figured crepe with short inlfet f
white fraille. Her accessories were
in white, her hat bein? of wbit
starched pique. Her corsage was
of white roses.
The bride is the niece of Mrs
W. L. McCracken, C. F. Kirkpat
rick,, and Dr. W. L. Kirknatrick
of Waynesville, and Mrs. R. C.
Long of Lake Junaluska. She has
often visited here.
Among a number of out-of-town
guests were: Miss Elizabeth Mc
Cracken, of Waynesville, Miss Sara
Long, oi Lake Junaluska.
Letters To Editor
ffl Doing Our
Our Bank Is Not Permitted To Buy War Bonds, But
During August We Have Purchased
$144,000.00 In Government Bonds
Bearing a lower rate of interest than is paid for War
Bonds. We want our customers tn know w nmrti
what we preach.
Farmers, Buy Bonds N 0 W -
and all farm
products are bringing
good prices Invest part
of every dollar at least 10
in United States War Bonds and Stamps
"The Friendly Bank?
First National Bank
Member F ederal Deposit Insurance Corporation
($5,000 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor)
(Continued from page J)
the radio, piano or to a beautiful
orchestra T Or to step into a cool,
comfortable movie and relax and
enjoy some good plot? Or to be
able to ait down and read a lovelv
book, a good magazine or the in
teresting things in a newspaper T
Just little everyday thinsrs that
we never give a oassine thought
to, for they are bo easy to get, to
hear, to see, that we, in air probo
bility, have lost sight of the ap
preciation of what they would
mean to us were we denied them.
How" many of us step into' a nice,
sudsy, sweet smellin? bath and
luxuriate in cleanliness, with no
thought of what a luxury and priv
ilege it is?
There are so many millions of
oar men and boys Out There on
land and sea. Over and under it,
who have been deprived of these
everyday luxuries, who never gave
them anymore thought than we do.
But countless numbers are real
izing it how, and their appreciation
will be manifold when they come
"Back Home" and have their first
taste of these simple Untold Treas
Here's a paragraph from a letter
dated July 5. and just received
from a friend who writes from
where they are "perched here on
a postage stamp isle in the South
Pacific, thousands of miles from
our home shores not as comforta
ble as we could be, but thankful for
food and shelter. Where our na
tives are not as healthy as they
could be, nor are they too clean, in
fact they're not too far from the
primitive so we go our way and
they keep out of our way no
trouble at all."
And "There isn't a thing here
not a thing! No movie, no mag
azines, malted milks, sodas, ice
cream, milk nothing. The folks
in the States don't realize what
luxuries little evervdav things can
be. We didn't before but we do
"We're expectinsr an attack anv
day any houi? so this Dossiblv
will be the last for awhilewho
knows surely not us."
And "Thev" are all readv and
willing and anxious to do without
all these so-called luxuries of every
day living; blackouts every night
on all those "postage , stamp is
lands." just for us and this coun
try of theirs and ours and may
their efforts soon be rewarded!
(MISS) S. A. JONES.
August 18, 1942.
Mrs. Hartley, of Irwinton. Ga..
has arrived to spend sometime here
with her daughter. Mrs. M. TT
- ' '
Mrs. George Scott and vounc nti
who have spent sometime here with
the former's parents, Dry and
Mrs. C N. Sisk, have returned to
their home in Plymouth.
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Eearlv. the
former with the Oral Hva-iene Di
vision of the North Carolina State
Board of Health, are guests at
the home of Mrs. M. H. Reeves,
while thi-y will be in the section.
Mrs. G. N. Henson and daughter,
Miss Ruth Henson, of Forest City,
spent the week-end in-town'. as' the
guests oi the former's mother, Mrs.
P. L. Turbyfill.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Queen. Jr.
of Asheville, spent the week-end
in town with the former's parents
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Queen.
The Waynesville Art Gallery
Our stock consists in part of Gorgeous Diamond Jewelry Watches Sterling
ver Antique English Silver Oriental Rues Fine Linens and Laces Im
ported China and Porcelain Lamps Mirrors Clocks and hundreds of other
'ms too numerous to mention.
Gifts to the
Away At All
Three Doors From Park Theatre
8:30 p. m.
This Mav Ynnr T nct Onnnrhmi'tv Tn Rnv This Kind
f Merchandise At Your 0 Price. Take Advantage
To Old Friends and Patrons we extend a personal invitation to say "HELLO"
MDC Tlltrc T rp litr ttrn . . i i. i. t . .
.uvo. .nmiij iiuiu iujl.ii crv., wno oeiore ner marriage in ureen
ville, S- C, on June 27th, was Miss Nancy Fisher, daughter of Mr.'
mm mis. nny i inner, oi Laiuon. iir. Aiiiner is the son of Air. and
Airs. ti. U. Mil ner, of Waynesville.
Albert Jones, who has been visit
ing his grandmother, Mrs. Eugenia
Jones, for the past two weeks left
yesterday for Wilmington, where
he is employed by the North Car
olina Ship Building Company.
Waluue Anders, who has been
employed in Wilmington during th
summer months, has arrived in
town and will enter the local high
school for the fall term.
Tom Lee, Jr., who holds a posi
tion in Wilmington, spent tha
week-end here with Mrs. Lee.
Kendrick Guernsey, vie presi
dent of the Gulf Insurance Com
pany, of Jacksonville, Fla., ia
guest at the Waynesville Country
Club this week. Mr. Guernsey ia
the brother of Miss Mary Guern
sey, of Orlando, who owns a sum
mer home here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Plaster and
son, Bobbie, of Winston-Salem.
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Hyatt, 'over the week-end. I
Mrs. Hugh 'A. Love and daugh
ter, Miss Henrietta Love and son.
Frederick Love, attended the mar
riage oi the formers nircp Mi
Anne Alsteatter, daughter of Col.
and Mrs. Fred Alsteatter, of Sa
vannah and Highlands, which was
solemnized at the summer home at
the latter place on Saturday.
Mrs. Edna Soulhofer, of Rich
mond, Va., who spends her Hum
mers here, is a guest at the Hotel
Mrs. V. A. Hyatt Lai, as her
guest, her "aunt, Mrs. John F.
Sprague, of Raleigh,
Miss Rozella Dameron, of War
renton, and David Hyatt, of Wil
mington, spent the week-end here
with the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt.
B ELK-HUDSON'S ANNUAL
Months and months
Ago we prepared for
this event . . . hun
dred and hundreds of
beautiful blankets to
make your selection
from. In solid colors
... plaids and Indian
All Sizes All Weights
ALL WOOL MIXTURES COTTONS
Buy Blankets Now!
And Buy At
"The Home Of Better Values"
Belk-Hudson's COAT EVENT
SELECT YOUR FALL OUTFIT NOW
I am. pv 'J f
Smart Styles For Your Successful Fall
l'e'vitching to see . . wonderful
to wear, these coats are out
standing for style and pricel
( ay plaids, soft fleeces and dis
tinctive tweeds, and needlepoints
in the season's new fall color
ings. Dressy or Rwagger styles
from which to choose. Huge
collars of soft deep fur for trim
ming. We have your size.
USE OUR LAY
1JELK-HUDSON Is Also Featuring the
Pick A Plaid
All weather, rain or shine, for
any place. These coats of plaid
wool, with corduroy or corded
gabardine trench linings. Then
we have corduroy coats with
corded gabardine trench linings.
Variety of colors- For school
and work these are ideal . . .
keep warm ... keep dry . . .
keep in style.
Untrimmed Coats $12.95
The Smartest for fall is a plaid
suit. Choose long jacket shirt
collar, dressmaker, single or
double breasted styles with
pleated or gored, flared skirts.
Also in solid and tweeds.
We have the early fall sen
sations in dresses. The cream
.of the crop direct from New
'York . . . they're here . , ,
winners, every one. Fall's
smartest dresses . .. budget
prices ... in everything that
is new for fall . . . choose
up v7, tA
YOUR FALL SHOES,
HATS AND ALL
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