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(ONE DAY NEARER VICTORY) THURSDAY, SEpr J
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Place In Asheville
Miss Nell Lorena Turbyfill,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Lee Turbyfill, of Bear Creek, Ashe
ville, and granddaughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. James Turbyfill,
of Waynesville, became the bride
of William Christopher Freel, of
Atlanta, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Norman Freel, of Canton, in
a candlelight ceremony on Tues
day evening at 8:30 o'clock at the
West Asheville Methodist church.
The Rev. T. A. Groce, pastor,
The altar was banked with palms
and ferns, entwined with clematis.
Before the altar were wrought iron
standards of white Maid of Orleans
gladioli, August lilies and white
hydrangeas and three seven
branched candelabra. Reserved
seats were marked with white satin
ribbons, arrangements of clematis
and white tapers in tall standards.
Tapers were used in the windows.
Music Is Presented
A program of wedding music was
presented by Miss Ciola Owenby, of
Asheville, organist,, Miss Sara Orr,
of Asheville, soprano, Julian Brook
shire, of Asheville, baritone, Miss
Marion Rodgers, cellist, and Miss
Sarah Rodgers, violinist, of Salis
bury, cousins of the bride. :'
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
gown of white point de'esprit, with
fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline,
full gored skirt, each gore and the
hem edged with ruffles, forming a
long train at back. She rore long
white gloves. Her only orna
ments were an heirloom necklace
and bracelet of seed pearls and
rhinestones. Her finger-tip veil was
of bridal illusion, held irt place
with a white orchid. She Carried
a white prayer book with a white
orchid attached and a shower of
Misa Conner Attendant
Miss Betty Lou Conner, of Ashe
ville, was maid of honor. She wore
a yellow organdy dress with fitted
bodice and "full, gored skirt. Her
headdress was a Juliet cap of blue
gladioli and tulle. She carried a
fan-shaped bouquet of Queen
Anne's lace and blue gladioli, tied
with a bow of blue tulle.
Bridesmaids were Miss Louise
Gordon, of Asheville, Miss Martha
La Mae Smathers, of Canton, and
Miss Marion Rodgers and Miss
Sarah Rodgers. They were dressed
in blue shadowed organdy made
like the maid of honor's. They wore
Juliet caps of yellow gladioli and
tulle and carried fan-shaped bou
quets of Queen Anne's lace and
yellow gladioli, tied with bows
of yellow tulle.
The maid of honor and brides
maids each wore small gold crosses,
gift of the bride.
Bruce McClure, of Atlanta, was
best man. Usher-groomsmen were
Bruce Livingood, Columbia, S. C
Steve Williamson, John Stevens
and Jimmie Kirkpatrick, all of Can
ton. Following the ceremony, a recep
tion was held at the bride's home.
The house was decorated with ar
rangements of summer flowers. The
bridal table was covered with a lace
cloth, centered with a wedding
cake, banked with flowers, White
tapers fii silver holders were used.
In the receiving line were the
bride's mother, parents of the bride
groom, the couple, ahd the bride's
Following the reception, the
couple left for a trip. The bride
wore a dress of white sheer wool
crepe with a fitted blue wool coat,
shoes of blue and matching bag
and hat with navy blue trim. Her
corsage was of white orchids. She
wore a gold lapel watch, a gift of
the bridegroom, which had belonged
to his grandmother. The couple
will reside in Atlanta.
The bride attended St. Gene-vieve-of-the-Pines,
and Pfieffer college. The bride
groom was graduated from Gordon
Military and attended Mercer uni
versity and Georgia School of Tech
nology. He is a member of Phi
Gamma Delta fraternity. He is as
sistant controller for the Civil
Aeronautics Authority in Atlanta.
Out-of-town guests for the wed
ding v.ere Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Freel, parents of the bridegroom,
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Kirkpatrick
and David Kirkpatrick, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Coleman, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Neal and Asheley Neal,
II, the Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Kelly,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sheffield, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. M. Hampton, Jimmy
Kirkpatrick, James Freel, J. R.
Stevens, Johnnie Stephens, Mrs.
Edgar Smathers, Lawrence Barlow,
Miss Rhoda McClure, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Mease, Navey Mease, and
Mr. and Mrs. Lonis E. Gates, all of
Canton, Mrs. J. P. Rodgers, grand
mother of the bride, Miss Edith
Rodgers, aunt of the bride, Mr.
and Mrs. Ottis Floyd, aunt and
uncle of the bride, Charles Freder
ick Floyd, cousin of the bridge,
Misses Marion and Sarah Rodgers,
cousins of the bride, all af Salis
bury, Mrs. R. A. Livingood, cousin
of the bride, and Bruce Livingood,
cousin of the bride, both of Co
lumbia, S. C, and Mrs. William
Freel, of Andrews.
Miss Sarah Louise Leatherwood,
who is a student at the Univer
sity of North Carolina, arrived
this week from Chapel Hill, to
spend a three weeks vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy
Leatherwood, on Jonathan Creek
and her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Boyd. ,
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Aliens Creek News
By Mrs. Ed Rhinehart.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson and
'family spent the week-end with
Mrs. Ellis Forga. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Conway Pressley,
Jiss Pressley, from Canton, and
Private Collie Rogers, of Camp
Forest, Tenn., were visitors of
Rev. Mr. Griffin made an inter
esting talk at the St. Mary's Epis-
1 copal church Sunday. There were
i 50 present. The church has just
been held for 4 Sundays it is a
'union Sunday school and every
jbody is cordially invited to at
tend every Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. John Hoyle and family
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Shufford Mills.
Mark Connor, who has been
at his home, is some better.
Sonny Rhinehart, of Canton,
spent the week-end with his sis
ter, Mrs. L. G. McClure.
Mrs. Raymond Myers, of Vir
ginia, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Coy Woods, who has been visit
ing his family, is returning to his
job in New Jersey.
Bob Ray is collecting up iron
for defense. Everyone that has
any is urged to get in touch with
Mrs. Martha Hensley, of Spin-
the guests of Mrs. Maggie Shelton.
It is hoped that all parents and
friends of the school will co-operate
in organizing a P. T. A- that is ac
tive and progressive,
Further notice will be given in
this paper as to the time of meeting.
MRS. WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER FREEL, who before her mar-J
riage was Miss Nell Lorena Turbyfill, daughter of Mr, an ! Mrs. Ed
gar Lee Turbyfill, of Asheville, and granddaughter of the late Mr,
and Mrs. James Turbyfill, of Waynesville.
The home demonstration club
meets with Mrs. Wilbur Whidden
Thursday at 2 o'clock. AH mem
bers and friends are urged to attend.
several days here with his parents
. Private Davis Galloway spent
- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plott and . , t . , ... ...
J several day on furlough with his
son have moved back to their home p.,v nts, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Gal
on Dave Plott's farm. loway
Private Hilliard Moody spent flev. and Mrs. Floyde Shelton are
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moody are
home after spending a week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Finger, of Maggie.
Mr. and Mrs, Al Hoyles and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Hoyles have moved
to the Crews Moody farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoyles
spent the week-end at the home
of Mrs. Hoyles' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Austin Bolden.
Ratcliff Cove News
(By Margaret Francis)
Arri- At St 5,
The two ntw tea(1,
rived at St. John's I
Reiss of Milwaukee 1
Sister Jeanine will 2
sixth and seventw?
Jeanine holds TC- i
degree from the
ity, Washing hatholr:
candidate for tL a ti
The farmers are almost through
their summer work and are now
taking a short rest. They are
elated over the fine crops and are
planning for the next year. A
number are cutting tobacco and
others are turning the ground for
next year's wheat.
The women are busy canning
vocptahlps fni winter use and all:i ...
... : '. t, a"-y, Washington
effort and are doing what they can.
The Lord's Acre project of the
Baptist church brought over $140.
Twelve boys from the Cove are
in the armed forces and a number
of them are now serving overseas.
One nurse is also with the army
in England. Several persons are
in defense work from this section.
Ray Meader, of Newport News,
Va., who has been visiting his
father-in-law, has returned home.
He was accompanied by Mrs.
Meader, the former Miss Nora
Edwin Francis, of Henderson
ville, who has been visiting his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Underwood, has returned home to
ciology; her rvii
and philosonhv c are M
mentary and .j. .Wot
The ladies of the Ratcliff Cove
Methodist Church gave an ice
cream supper at the home of Hugh
Ratcliff last Thursday evening at
8 o'clock. The affair was given as
a benefit for the church.
Miss Dorothy Fisher and Miss
Florence Cagle entertained a group
of their friends on Tuesday night
at the home of Miss Fisher.
Those attending were: Margaret
Underwood, Marzell Webb, Lillian
Turner, Margaret James, Cathe
rine James, Wilma Bryson, Harriet
Bryson, Cystelle Ratcliff, Mary
Ruth Ledford, Lois Miller, Kath
leen Robinson, Sara Tucker, Edna
Tucker, Susie Davis, -S&a Under
wood, Carrie Mann, Ernest Davis,
Lawrence Davis, Dick Leopard,
dale, is visiting friends on Allen's
Miss Dolores Reiss wffl
Enghgh, Latin, jourralu 1
Physical education t V'
school department ,i
was editor of the lt
St. Mary's Acadmy f0f
and associate editor of tk?:
quette Classical Bulletin,,
que te University, Mihvau'i
holds a Bachelor, of An.
from Maron.,ftu .j An 6
muH , ,,t t 1 V"'
"Z :, a iUt Of
"7'."' lnt Held of Engl,,
u,e' Keiss also
a iseonsin elementary m
ondary teaching license.
Jim Bradshaw. Earl
by Fisher, Hayden Miller I
Pniiincnn V1 .... t 1
Bud Fisher and ciJ
visiiea relatives in Barnard!
An ice cream sunnr iro
Thursday night at the- hemj
mr. ana .ivirg. Kd Ratcliff.
supper was sponsored bv tk
en's Missionary Society of a
Detn napel church for the
fit of the church.
Louisiana has followed
Carolina in enacting a law i
provides that only enriched
and bread may be sold withM
Try Your Home Town First
Iff You Can't Buy It There, Come To
' We Have It!,
V ! EiecUeitt Tku and Train Schedules
Men From Our Plant Now
Serving In the Armed Forces :
Ralph William Blaylock
Enos Riley Boyd
William Pless Boyd, Jr.
Leo Lafayette Buckner, Jr.
Charlie Jacob Clement
Kenneth Abel Clement
Edgar Lee Hall, Jr.
Dewey Ray Johnson
Lewis Ernest Jones
Edgar William Lambert
Troy Lee McCracken
William Walter Massey, Jr.
Willard Ray Segle
Weldon Ruf us Sutton
Harley Manson Tate
Clarence Lonnie Trull
Clyde Dock Webb
of the fact that all our workers are in
vesting 10 percent or more of the gross
payroll in War Savings Bonds every pay
We Are Proud
of the job our workers are doing in Civil
ian Defense, through air-raid protec
tion, salvage, conservation, Red Cross,
US0, and other home-front activities
We Are Proud
of those workers who have gone into
the armed forces to carry on the fight
for freedom for us who stay behind.
In Short We Are Proud Of Our WorErers!
We had the formal opening
this plant. Some 4,000 Hal
wood citizens joined in wej
coming us on that occasiof
and it made us mighty m
py. Today, one year Iatef
we are happier than ever M
a decision was made loesf4
lish this branch plant here
We have enjoyed our M
here, and look forward
many, many others in hic
all will share a continued
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