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(ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY) THURSDAY, AUGUST 20
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Weds Mr. Frank
Saunders On 2nd
Announcement hag been made of
the marriage of Miss Hazel Burch
field, of Madison, Ga., and Way
nesville, to Frank Saunders, of
The wedding took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Azor Griffin
in Hazelwood on August 2, with
the Rev. Bill Sorrells, pastor of
the 'Allen's Creek Baptist church,
Mrs. Saunders is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burchfield, of
Madison, Ga. She is employed at
Belk-Hudson, and Mr. Saunders
holds a position at the Unagusta
They are residing in Hazelwood.
Miss Edna Carver Is
Bride of Corp, Charlie
Curtis, of Ft. Jackson
Miss Edna Carver, of Waynes
ville, and Corporal Charlie Curtis,
of Fort Jackson, were married on
August 7, in Clayton, Ga.
Mrs. Curtis is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carver, of the
Mr. Curtis is the son of Mrs.
Charlie Curtis and the late Mr,
Curtis, of Waynesville, Route 1.
Mrs. Curtis is residing with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A
Carver, in K'-ist Waynesville.
Mrs. Kirkpatrick Gives
Party For Small Niece
Mrs. Ward Kirkpatrick enter
tained a group of children at her
home in Hazelwood on Wednesday
afternoon, honoring her little niece,
Jredia Kobinson, on her fourth
' birthday anniversary. She was as
sisted by Miss Mildred Campbell.
Games featured the afternoon
after which delicious refreshments
were served and each child was
given a favor.
The guest list included, Roberta
Smith, Betty Ann Smith, Tuton
Knight,, Ross Hooper, Jean Knight,
Carleen Hooper, Maxine Knight,
Dorothy Creasman, Betty Schul
hofer, Martha Creaman, David
Schulhofer, June Bryson, Jimmy
Rogers Kathleen Creasman, Mary
Gail Kirkpatrick, Earl Creasman,
and Mary Sue Creasman.
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Phillips
Were Married 49 Years
Ago On Tuesday, the 18th
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Phillips oh
served their 49th wedding anni
versary at their home on Tuesday,
Due to the illness of Mr. Phillips
only members of the family were
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips were mar
ried on August 18, 1893, in Mars
Hill. They have been residing in
Waynesville for the past 37 years.
Mrs. Phillips was Miss Nancy
Brown, of Mars Hill.
Mr. Phillips has been engaged in
construction work since living here.
The family are members of the
First Baptist church.
The following are the children I
oi Mr. ana Mrs. Phillips: Mrs. A.
D. Herren, Mrs. W. C. Messer, Mrs
William Harrell, and Mrs. C. F.
McRorie, all of Washington, DC,
Jack Phillips, of Atlanta, Mrs.
Robert Shook, of Durham and Miss
Kate Phillips, of Waynesville, and
Clarance Phillips, of Panama.
Hazelwood Baptist Group
Will Meet With Miss Davis
Marriage Takes Place In Impressive Ceremony
MRS. JAMES HARDEN HOWELL, JR., who before her marriage to Lt. Howell on Saturday, the
15th, in the First Presbyterian church of York, S. C, was Miss Miriam Vannerson Ficklen, of Mt. Airy,
daughter of the late Rev- and Mrs. James Burwull Ficklen. Lt. Howell is the son of Major and Mrs. J.
Harden Howell, of Waynesville. . '
Miriam Vannerson Ficklen Weds Mr and Mrs Dewev
Lt. JameS H. HoiVell In York, S. C.: Noland Return Home
I . .. . . . - imier visit nere
Miss Miriam Vannerson Ficklen,
of Mt- Airy, daughter of the late
wore dresses fashioned of yellow
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v.M fv, kh;j t t I peP'um over a lull marquisette
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tenant James Harden Howell, Jr., 1 " , "ey u uuuquew u
.vp nui unH flamo crlnrhnli rroH unfit
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vi uajiTOViuc, uu om.uiUBjr wrei- .yellow ribbons.
noon in an impressive ceremony at The hri(ip0.room hH a, hi, best
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o:ou o c.oca .in w.e x-.isl ir.uy- nlan, his father, Major J. Harden
tenan cnurcn oi xor, a. v,, .'".Howell, of Wavneavilla. Serving
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xvvv. .ruim. i.uwaius uh.ci.kw. as ushers were, Gist Finley, of
The vows were spoken before the York. S. C. cousin of the bride,
altar which was decorated in ferns, i anj Weaver Kirkpatrick, of Wil
white gladioli and lighted tapers. ' niington-
Before the ceremony Mrs. A. Y, Mrs. Howell, mother of the bride-
Cartvvright, organist, played "Be-1 groora , wore a gown of seafoam
cause" by D'Hardlet: Ava Maria, ' blue sheer with a lavendar hat and
Shubert, "Intermezzo," by Prevost, ( a corsage of lavender gladioli,
and 'XiebestraumV by Lists. The. Mf am, Mrs cisf FinleVof
wedding march from Lohengrin s c .entertained the wed-
was played for the processional n . , . nf.fnwn lipst.
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and Mendelssohn's march during
the recessional. During the cere
mony "0 Perfect Love" was play
at a supper at their home imme
diately following the ceremony.
The bride is the sister of Rev,
The bride was giyen in marriage pastor of the Firgt. pre8byterian
Miss Catherine Davis will be
hcwte8s to members of the Young
Woman's Auxiliary of the Hazel
wood Baptist church, at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spur
geon Davis, on Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock.
by her cousin, Hunter Marshall, of
Charlotte. She wasovely in a white
embossed organdy gown, fashioned
With sweetheart neckline and el
bow length sleeves, the full skirt
ending in a train outlined with
marquisette ruffles. Her full length
veil of sheer bridal illusion was
attached by clusters of orange
blossoms to a coronet of old lace.
She wore a double strand of pearFs,
a gift of the bridegroom. The
shower bouquet waa of brider
roses, tuberoses and swansonia.
Bridesmaids were Miss Louise
Bryan, of Tarboro, and Miss Jean
Taylor, of Lexington, Va. They
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Line Of i i
Exclusive In Waynesville '
church of Mt. Airy, who is now
chaplain in the U. S, army, sta
tioned at Fort Bliss, Texas. She
is a graduate of State Teachers
College, Farmville, Va-, where she
was a member of Alpha Kappa
Gamma and Mu Omega social sor
ority. For the past year she has
been a member of the faculty of the
Mt. Airy high school,
. Lt. Ho well is the son of Major
and Mrs. J. Harden Howell, of
Waynesville. He received his
bachelor of arts degree and law
degree at the University of North
Carolina, where he was a member
of the Sigma Chi fraternity. Be
fore entering the service he was
an attomey-at-law in Waynesville. :
At present he is stationed at Fort
Lt. and Mrs. Howell left for a
short wedding : trip after which
they will go to Columbia. For
traveling the bride wore a navy
Shantung suit with Kone red
guests included Mrs.
M. H. Jackson, Mrs. John Sabotta,
and Miss Nora Binder, of Mt.
Airy; Major and Mrs. J. Harden
Howell, Mrs. James W. Killian,
Miss Nancy Killian, and Miss 'El
len Louise Killian, all of Waynes
ville; Miss Louise Bryan, of Tar
boro; Miss Jean Taylor, of Lexing
ton, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Hunter
Marshall, Dan and Douglas Mar
shall, Mr. and Mrs- Bryce Mc
Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mosley, Jr., Miss Elsie Mosley,
Miss Frances Mosley, and Miss
Sara Mosley, all of Charlotte; Mrs. '
L. C. Arthur, of Greenville; Mrs.
Charles Anderson, of Richmond,
Va.; and Mr. and Mrs. Weaver
Kirkpatrick, of Wilmington.
Rev. Sister M. Corine returned
this week to St. John's School,
from Milwaukee, Wis., where she
has spent the summer.
Rev. Sister M. Felice, new Sis
ter at St John's School, in charge
of the domestic department, and
Rev. Sister M. Michael, now music
director, arrived this week from
Milwaukee, Wis. Sister Michael
will be assisted by Rev. Sister An
thony.Mus. D., supervisor of music
of the entire Franciscan Order,
who will arrive later.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Noland and
two young sons have returned to
their home in Alexander, Va.,
after visiting the former's mother,
Mrs. Leila Noland, at her home
near Lake Junaluska.
Mr. Noland holds a position
with the U. S. public bureau of
roads with offices in Washington,
D. C, and Mrs. Noland, who was
the former Miss Hooks, and taught
in the local schools here, is princi
pal of one of the elementary
schools in Alexandria.
Mrs. Jean Dillon, of Charleston,
West Va., is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Johnnie Cuddeback. Mrs.
Dillon formerly resided here and
was supervisor of the nursing
staff of the district health depart
ment of which Haywood county is
Mr. and Mrs. George Bischoff
spent List week visiting Mrs.
Bischoff ' sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs, M. E. Brown, in Nor
folk, and her brother, John Ashe,
at Camp Lee.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schulhofer
had as the guests at their home
in Hazelwood over the week-end,
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Case, and daughter,
Joan1, of Wilmington. This week
they have with them their son and
his family, Mr. and Mrs, E. J.
Schulhofer, Jr., and young son,
Billy, of Newport News, Va.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Shook, of
Durham, spent the week-end here
with the hitter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs.- D. V. Phillips. -
Misa Elizabeth Francis, who is
assistant home demonstration
agent of Iredell county, is spend
ing this week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs- Chas. C. Francis,
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Allen and
Miss Polly Francis spent the week
end in Norfolk, Va.,' with Corporal
Harley Allen, Jr. Miss Francis also
visited her uncle, M. B. Francis in
Newport News, Va.
Mrs. F. Saunders,
A Recent Bride
Mrs. Fred Farmer, Mrs. Elmer
Green and Mrs. Blanche Franklin
were joint hostess :s of a miscella
neous shower on last Friday even
ing at the home of the former, hon
oring Mrs. Frank Saundcry, the
former Miss Hazel Burchfield.
Games were enjoyed throughout
the evening, after which refresh
ments were served.
Thfi guest list included, Mrs.
Fay Chestine, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Scruggs, Mrs. Swann Hendricks,
Mrs. Jack Mehaffey, Mrs. Fred
Webb, Mrs. John Clark, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Mills,, Mr; and Mrs. Dave
Wiggins, Mrs, Effie Mehaffey,
Mrs. John Woody, Mrs. Roy Cog
dill, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Page, Mrs.
Ray Owens, Mrs. R. 0. Allen, Mrs.
J. F. Wyatt, Mrs. R. L. Hendricks,
Miss Lucy Muse, Miss Inez Moody,
Mrs. Bill Farmer, Miss Hester
Queen, Wrid Wyatt, Mrs. Elbert
Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cunning
ham, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moody,
Mrs. Merit Buchanan, Mrs. K. Al
len, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor, Mrs.
Jeff Mills, Mrs. Lowe Allen, Mrs. H.
C. Robinson, Mrs. Betty Clark,
Mrs. Will Gordan, Mrs. E- K.
Chambers, Miss Mildred Chambers,
Hubert Milrter, Mrs. John Lyle,
Mrs, Charlie Moody, Miss Harriett
Robena Farmer, Mrs. Henry Fran
cis, Mrs. J. T. Muse, Mrs. Millard
Buchanan, Mrs. Carl Francis, and
Mr. and Mrs. Delmas Caldwell.'
Birthday Party Given
Tuesday For Ted Moore
Ted Moore entertained a group
of friends at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Moore, on
Tuesday afternoon in observance of
his 14th birthday anniversary.
He was assisted in entertaining by
his sister, Miss Juanita Moore and
Mrs. Ward Kirkpatrick.
Games featured' the afternoon.
after which refreshments were
The guest list included. GePeiva
Creasman, Nancy Knight, Bobby
Griffin, Robert Smith, Mary Nell
Bryson, Harold Bryson, Douglas
Moore, Jr., Teddy Moore. Dorothv
Creasman, Mary Gail Kirkpatrick,
Martna creasman, Kathleen Creas
man, Fredia Robinson, Betty Creas
man, and Favis Lowery.
Miss Stacy Wilburn, Who gradu
ated from the University of North
Carolina this spring, leaves during
the week for Landis, S. C., where
she will teach in the city schools.
Miss Henrietta Love, of Raleigh,
is visiting her mother, Mrs Hugh
Mr. and Mrs. W, D. Dickey and
daughter, Miss Mabel Dickey, of
Sweetwater, Tenn., have arrived to
spend several weeks here with W
T. Lee at his home on the Fair-
view road. Mrs. Dickey was the
former Miss Clarine Lee, daugh
ter of Mr. Lee and the late Mrs.
Frank Ferguson, Jr., who holds
a position with the North Carolina
Shipbuilding Company in Wil
mington, spent the week-end here
with his mother, Mrs. Frank Fer
Mrs. Paul Davis and small daugh
ter, Carolyn, are spending this
week in Shelby with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Troutman, of
Hazelwood, have announced the
birth of a son, Glenn Dale, Au
gust 5, at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Wright,
of Hazelwood, have announced the
birth of a son, Winifred, Jr., Au
gust 9, at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Hawkins
and two children, of Gastonia, spent
Sunday here with J. N. Knight and
Mrs. Hugli Anderson, of Phila
delphia, has arrived for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John McClure, in Hazelwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Woodard
spent the week-end in Candler with
Mrs. Glenn Messer, the former
Miss Dorothy Arrington, has ar
rived from Newport News, Va.,
for a visit with relatives.
finower uiven rur jo ' r necoW
uriae ur mr. nawin Lpnfh.r
. Miss ,na Vernon Holt ,
boro, and FranV Uf
wood, of Goldsboro and RaLr
were married Wed"lHa!'
August 5, at g o'clnrt ' M
or the bride's k
Pate in Goldsboro. ' V'
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MRS. EARL ROBINSON, who
before her marriage on July 21
was Miss Mary Kathryne Har
ringor. Miss Harringer Is
July Bride Of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harringer,
of Waynesville, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Mary Kathryne Harringer, to JEarl
Robinson, son of Mrs. Ernest Rob
inson, and the late Mr. Robinson, of
The wedding was solemnized in
the First Methodist church in Clay
ton, Ga., on July 21, with the Rev.
W. A. Brown, Jr., pronouncing the
vows. ' '
The bride wore blue with acces
sories of pink and white.
Mrs. Robinson is employed in the
office of the Wellco Shoe Corpora
tion, and Mr. Robinson holds a
position with the A. C. Lawrence
Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Massie had
as their guests during the past
week Mr. ad Mrs. C. L. Dixon and
their son-in-law and daughter, Dr.
and Mrs. Lewis McKee, and daugh
ter, Martha Anne, of Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. David Miller, of
Atlanta, formerly of Waynesville,
arrived on Sunday to spend a week
here. . They will visit relatives
while in town.
Mrs. Charles E. Grace had as
her guests last week, a nephew
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Wester, of Philadelphia.
Miss Catherine Davis spent a
few days the first of the week in
Asheville with a classmate, Everett
Only members of
dng, in which the rri
was used. " "tt
The bride and th v,..;j
tered the livW L."utert
stood for their vow inf
-ante., which Z
iv, wnite fevprW
candels. Tha i '
with pine and nn Li. 1S
tall white wl " ir".s,1
i ne DasKets
slanting white eandleCl'
r "iie camieis. Ater.'
used in the dining room ere
I ha KH;1.
wore nun n. I
naw ntirl ... ' "
corsage was of white rose,
lilies of the valley.
Mrs I .atln-nv,l is the
Holt, who lived at Seven $r
She is a graduate of CampbeH
lege and attended Eat r,
' vjvuckC. no i. .
;,c"'"c.r Ui tne magnolia v
tV, TJ.. J " SIJ
- ivev. ami Mrs. pran. ,
wood, of Hazelwood. HeU..
uate of Mars Hill College in,
vyaiuj rorest tollege, where
,' -e a. o. aegree andil
wards the master of art degrej
ipz. tor tne past two yearJ
iias Deen a graduate student
vcatunig ieuuw in tne departnf
oi Dioiogy at Wake Forest.
Mr. Leatherwood is now i
service employee in the quarl
masters ui vision 01 tile Goldsl
Air Forces Technical school
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Kev. and Mrs. H. G. Hamd
have as their guests at the Bad
parsonage, Miss Ophelia Montal
of Woodsdale, Mrs. John D, A
way and son, John D. Attai
Jr., of Williamston, S, C.
party will be joined today by
John D. Attaway, who will acJ
pany them home oh Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stamer
Pensacola, Fla are spending
week with the latter's parenti,
and Mrs. Sam Melton.
Mrs. Sam Melton has rettJ
home after a week's visit in Spi
City, Tenn., with her daugi
Mrs. II. E. Fry.
Mr. Ernest J. Rue, of AM
and New Orleans, was the a
of Mr. and Mrs. Oral I. )
over the week-end.
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