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Is Married To
E. F. Waterbury
Mr. and Mrs. J. Turner Eussell
of East street have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Louise Russell, of Raleigh and
Waynesville, to Private Elwood F,
Waterbury, of Fort Bragg, and
Herkimer, N. Y-, which took place
in an impressive ceremony on Au
gust 15th, at 10 o'clock at the West
Raleigh Pres' yterian church in
The church was decorated withj
icrns arm siiuw-un-uie-iiiuuui.aiii,
interpersed with crystal candela
bra bearing lighted tapers. The
Rev. John H. Grey, Jr., pastor of
the church, pronounced the vows,
using the ring ceremony.
A program of wedding music
was presented prior to the taking
of the vows, by Miss Nancy White,
of Raleigh. She rendered "Be
cause" by d' Hardelot; ''Inter
mezzo" by Pievo.st, and ''Romavie
Sans Paroles" by Bounet. The
wedding march from Lohengrin
was played for the processional
and Mendelssohn's march for the
The bride and bridegroom en
tered the church together. The
bride wore a blue crepe ensemble
with navy and white accessories.
Her bouquet was of red roscbude
The bride' is a graduate of the
Waynesville district high school,
where she was an outstanding stu
dent in the class of 1937. She now
holds a clerical position in the
slate office of the Unemployment
Compensation Commission in Ral
eigh. The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs- Florella Waterbury and the
late Frank Waterbury, of Herki
mer, N. y. He is a graduate of Go'-To -College. This Week
the high school of his city and was
employed by the H. P. Snyder The following young people of
Manufacturing Company of Herki-, Hazelwood will be leaving during
mcr, N. Y., before volunteering for .the next few days to enter various
service in the U. S. army. He is ( colleges; Miss Catherine Davis
stationed at Fort Bragg. land Miss Meta Dicus will go to
After the wedding the young Lees-McRea; Miss Jane Grace, to
couple left for a short trip to the Woman s College of the Urn-
Carolina and Wrightsville Beach,
Former Local Girl Weds
MRS. ELWOOD F. WATERBURY, the former Miss Louise Bus
sell, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. J. Turner Russell, of Waynesville,
whose marriage to Pvt. Elwood F. Waterbury took place on August
15th, at the-West Raleigh Presbyterian church.
Mrs. Waterbury will continue her
residence in Raleigh for the pres
Annual Reuben Moody
Family Reunion To Be
Held September 13th
The annual Reuben Moody fam
ily reunion will be held on Sep
tember 13, the second Sunday of
the month at the home of Mrs.
Martha Plott at Plott, All mem
bers of the family and the connec
tions and friends are invited to be
present. AH those attending are
asked to bring picnic lunches.
versify of North Carolina; Miss
Katheryn Bialock and Miss Dor
othy Richeson to Peace Junior Col
" Miss Dorothy Milner to Viginia
Tntermont; Jack Richeson and Rich
ard Bradley to Davidson College;
Charles Leatherwbod to Furman
University; Bill Milner to Uni
versity of South Carolina; Miss
Jeanette Burgin, Lester Burgin
and J. D. Hyatt to Mars Hill Col
Mr. and Mrs. James Crisp and
son, James Crisp, Jr., of Brevard,
spent Sunday here as the guests of
Mrs. F. A. Burgin.
AS SEN IN
"OH BOY, SHOES JUST LIKE DAD'S" boys say of
mannish Poll-Parrot styles. "And, like Mothers, too" ex
claim girlS. Poll-Parrots is a choice in which grown-ups
heartily agree. They know that Poll-Parrots, with 10-way
built-in fitare kind to growing feet. They flex freely...'
they're made of choicest, mellowest, supple leathers
over America's widest range of lasts. They're made
to last longer, look and fit better, require less repair.
All Shoes Fitted By Experts With Aid Of X-Ray
nrnADTMCNT CTHD17 tJ
Zeb and Jack Alley
Give Supper Party For
Troop 3, Boy Scouts
Zeb and Jack Alley were hosts
of a supper party on Monday
evening for the Waynesville troop
No. 3 of the Boy Scouts, of which
both are members. The troop is
sponsored by the American Legion
The affair was given at the
American Legion home. The table
was centered with a large cake
bearing the insignia of the Scouts,
Seventeen members of the troop
were present and Chres George of
the Haywood district, was a spe
Miss Hester Anne Withers
Returns After Taking
Special Course At Yale
. Miss Hester Anne Withers re
turned last week after spending
the summer in the North. While
away she took a special course in
lighting and directing at Yale
University. Miss Withers also
visited friends in New York City
and her cousin, Mrs. Julius Sea
man in Great Neck, L. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y. Bridges,
of Charlotte, arrived on Monday
to spend a week here with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Bridges.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur liuir, of
Elmer, N- J., were the recent
guests of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Buff, at their
home at Waynesville, route 2, They
came at this time so mr, duu
I could see his family before enter
ing the service at Fort Dix, W.
I J. Mr. Buff was a member of the
graduating class of 1938 from the
Wavnesville district schools. Mrs.
Buff, the former Miss Wilma Me-
haffev,. is the daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Paul Mehaffey, of Elmer,
n. j. ; .
Mrs. Hugh Torrenee Brown, who
resides near Little Rock, Ark-,
spent the past week here with her
sister, Dr. I. B. Funk. Mrs. Brown
is spending the summer at her
old home in Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Morris, of
Sylva, spent the week-end here
with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Shelton-
Thurman Williams, vice presi
dent of the First Citizens Bank of
Fayetteville, left yesterday after
spending several days here during
the week with his mother, Mrs.
J. L. Williams.
Mrs. Charles Lee and young
son, of Wew uneans, wno- nave
been spending sometime here with
relatives, returned during the week
to their home-
Helig and John Harney, young
daughter and son of Mrs. Thomas
Wood, of Edenton, who have been
visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. James A. Gwyn, left
the first of the week for their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burgin and
young daughter, Judith Ann, of
Newport News, Va., are spending
several days here as the guests of
the former's mother, Mrs. France
DAR Chapter To
Meeting On 11th
The Dorcas Bell Love Chapter
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution will hold their initial
meeting of the year, 1942-43 at
the home of Mrs. R. N. Barber on
Friday afternoon, the 11th of Sep
tember. Mrs. S. H. Bushnell, regent, will
preside. Mrs. W, F- Swift will
have charge of the program. All
members are urged to be present as
the activities for the coming year
will be presented.
Mrs. E. J. Hyatt
Hostess Of UDC
Mrs. Ernest -J. Hyatt will '. be
hostess of the Haywood Chapter
of the Daughters of the Confed
eracy at her home for the Sep
tember meeting which is held the
first Friday of the month. The
meeting will inaugurate the fall
and winter activities.
Mrs. L- E. Perry will be in
charge of the program and the
subject under discussion will be
"Colleges of the South Since 1860."
Mrs. Grover C. Davis, president
of the chapter, will preside.
Clarence Hendrix,.of Hopeville,
Va., spent the week-end here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Hendrix. He was accompanied
home by his daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Edith Hendrix and two children,
who plan to spend several months
Mr- and Mrs. M. H. Bcwies have
had as their guests recently, the
latter's mother, Mrs. R. L. Hart
ley, of Irwintort, Ga., and aunt,
Mrs. Bess Hartley, of Atlanta,
Miss Mary Lee Alley 'has re
turned from a ten days visit with
her mother, Mrs- Margaret Hall
Alley, in Brevard.
Is Married To
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Louisa
Douglas Thackston and Mr. Ed
mund McLaurin. of Wilmington,
which was solemnized at the Cen-j
tral Methodist church in Florence, ,
S. C-, at 11 o'clock on Jsaturday
morning, August 22. The Rev. J.
F. TrammelPofficiated. Only mem
bers of the immediate families
were present for the ceremony.
The bride wore a two-piece suit
of sawdust crepe with brown ac
cessories and her corsage was ot
Mrs. McLaurin is the daughter
of Ira S. Thackston, of Roanoke,
Va., and the late Mrs. Eula Kelly
Thackston, of Waynesville and
Charlotte. She was born and rear
ed in Wavnesville. bhe received
I 7A r j
MRS. EDMUND McLAURIN,
of Wilmington, who was before
her education in the Waynesville f arr.age on August22nd at
Louisa Thackston, of Charlotte,
district schools and the Woma! . s
College of the University of North
For the past six years .Vis. Xc
Laurin has made her home in
Charlotte with her aunts, Miss
Georgia and Mhs Estelle Kelly.
Mr. McLaurin is the son of Mrs.
Julia McLa.urin, of Wilmington,
and is connected with the war de- f - - -
partment U. S engineers in Wil- qj IcClure And MisS
m After 'a brief wedding trip Mr. Hester Hall Marry
and Mrs. McLaurin will be at home
daughter of. Ira S. Thackston and
the late Mrs. Eula Kelly Thack
ston, of Waynesville. Mrs. Mc
Laurin spent her childhood and
girlhood here and has many friends
who will be interested in her re
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER . , UABm .
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August isriae Recpnf p .,77
Miss Evelyn Sii
LUlian Burgin enw '
buffet pplr n?7i
of the latter . ' J, at t
recent brides, Mfe
Hourlrino iL K
Burgin, and Mrs. VLV
mett lireen, Jr the ,
Patsy Burgin 6 f0rra
Mrs. Robert Richardson, the
former Miss Carolyn Haynes, and
her son, Bobby, who have1 been
visiting the latter's mother, Mrs.
C. A. Haynes, at her home on Love
Lane have returned to Stewart,
Miss Sally McCracken, of Thom
asville Baptist Orphanage, who
has been visiting relatives in the
county, has returned to her work
in Thomasville. Miss McCracken
completed her 46th year with the
Baptist Orphanage the first of
The marriage of Miss Hester
Hall, of Cove Creek to Glenn Mc
Clure, of Clyde, a well known
farmer and cattle raiser, was an
nounced this week. The couple
were married in Clayton, Ga., on
Monday, August 24.
They will make their home at
J. Beck accompanied the couple.
Miss Emelyn Haynes, daughter
of Mrs. Claude Haynes, who re
ceived her B. S- degree from West
ern Carolina Teachers College in
June, has gone to Lowell to teach
in the city schools.
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was covered with a
centered with an arraL?
Pink and u4,;f a . dn;
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guests were seated were
...w.. vU.seS containing
flowers. Th k,... ... "w
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The guest list included flw
lowinc! ATrc V.,1 t . w
Green, Jr., Miss Marv
vis, Mrs. Grace Cam jnJ
Burgin, Mrs. Crawford L
Mrs. Walter Francis"-l '
rence Ureen, .Mrs. V H n
iuiss Anne uee Knkpatrick,
Winnie Kirknatrick bJ
v,oi. ana firs, uuiian, Ita
u1n hava Ivn.ir.
v,, o1t;,Umg kl
aays nere with the latter's
Mrs. W. T. Crawford, haJ
uuiiieu to men- home in Ci
burg. Col. Lee is much mf
after undergoing a serious vi
lion several weeks ago whilf
tient at Hines Hospital neat
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Terrell
young son, r rank, Jr., of a
ville, are visiting relatives
Miss Martha Way left Satuj
for Mt. Airy where she nil
sume her teaching in the
Miss Margaret Burgin returned
Friday from Newport News, Va-,
where she has held a position this
Mrs. Dewey Stovall had as her
gnest during the week Miss Helen
Look To the Coat You Buy Now For
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Warmth and Beauty Long-Wear,
Knowing the Shortage of Wool, We Bought A Large Slock of
WloiA Casual Sport Coats
1 i I
We Have Your Si
3950 to 7950
C. J. REECE, Owner
"Haywood's Store For Fashions"?
Myers, of Lenoir.
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