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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Marriage Of Local Interest Takes
Place In Wilmore. Ky On Sept. 9th
Miss Nancy Honaker Crary,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "T.
Delos Crary, of Wilmore, Ky.,
formerly of Binghamton, N. Y.,
became the bride of the Rev. Roy
Ben Ridley, of Zebujon, Ga., son
of Mrs. C. B. Ridley, of Zebulon,
and the late Mr. Ridley, in an im
pressive ceremony solemnized at
eight o'clock Wednesday evening,
September 9th, at the Methodist
church in Wilmore. The Rev.
Marvin C. Yates officiated.
The church was beautifully dec
orated with ferns, palms, white tne residence. Mrs. S. H. Bushnell,
For Annual DAR
The first meeting of trie fall
group of the Dorcas Bell Love
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution was held on
Friday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. R. N. Barber. Quantities of
fall flowers were used throughout
gladioli and white tapers in cande
A program of nuptial selections
was played by Era Wilder ; Penis'
ton, of Wilmore. Miss Ruth Lan
sell, of Cleveland, Ohio, san'g pre
ceding the ceremony, "At Dawn
ing," "Because," and "0 Perfect
Love," and during the taking cf
the vows, "Seal Us, Oh, Holy
Spirit." The Bridal Chorus from
"Lohengrin" was played for the
entrance of the wedding party and
Mendelssohn's "Midsummer Night's
Dream" for the recessional.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, was lovely
in her ivory satin wedding gown
fashioned with a sweetheart neck
line, fitted bodice trimmed in lace
and a full skirt ending in a
train trimmed in lace. Her long
veil of white illusion fell from a
coronet of orange blossoms. Her
only oranament was a string of
pearls belonging to her mother. She
carried a shower bouquet of white
roses, carnations and chrysanthe
Miss Lura Laverne Crary, sister
of the bride and maid of honor,
wore a florentine rose f raille gown,
fashioned with a sweetheart neck
line; bracelet-length sleeves and a
full tiered skirt. She carried a
bouquet of delphiniums tied with
ribbons matching her dress.
The bridesmaids, Miss Sarah
Ridley, of Zebulon, sister of the
bridegroom; Miss Helen Stewart,
of Wilmore, Mrs. William E. Sav
age, of Winchester, and Miss Chris
tine Morris, of Steubenville, Ohio,
wore gowns of pastel shades of
marquisette and lace with short
puffed sleeves and full skirts. They
carried bouquets similar to that
of the maid of honor tied with rib
bons matching their gowns and
wore blossoms of the same flowers
in their hair.
The Rev. Ben Livingston, of
North Wilkesboro, N. C., served as
best man. Ushers were, Morrison
Carnes, David Skeen, of Wilmore,
William E. Savage, of Winchester,
and Henry Cleveland, Jr., of
Mrs. Crary, mother of the bride,
wore a blue crepe dress with a
shoulder corsage of pink roses
The mother of the bridegroom,
Mrs. Ridley, wore a blue lace dress
with a corsage of pink roses.
Following the wedding a recep
tion was held at the home of the
bride's parents. The house was
decorated with a profusion of
bridal flowers and the bride's
table was covered with a lace cloth,
centered with a tiered wedding
cake. A toast was drunk from a
gold loving cup that had been
used by four generations of the
bride's mother at weddmsrs. The
Rev. D. W. Cobb played the vibra
harp during the reception.
The young couple left for a
wedding trip through the South,
which included Cataloochee Ranch
and a visit to High Hampton Inn.
The bride wore a moss green suit
with black accessories and a
shoulder bouquet of white roses.
They plan to spend the winter in
Wilmore, where the bridegroom
will take his senior year at Asbury
i The bride is a graduate of Cen
tral high school of Binghamton,
N. Y., and Asbury College, and
last year taught at Pineland Col
lege, Deland, Fla. She is the
granddaughter of the late Mr- and
Mrs. Thomas Crary, of Hancock,
N. Y, and the late Col. and Mrs.
S. A. Jones, of Waynesville, and
has spent much time here. The
Rev. Ridley is a graduate of Zebu
lon high school, Zebulon, Ga., and
Bob Jones College in Cleveland,
Mrs, Chas. E. Quinlan had the
paper of the afternoon, her subject
being, "The American Red Cross."
Mrs. Quinlan traced the origin and
history of the organization, point
ing out its work internationally,
nationally and locally. Mrs. J.
Harden Howell reviewed the na-1
Plans for the district meeting
which is .to be held here on Sat
urday afternoon, September 26,
were discussed. The regent ap
pointed the following chairmen of
committees to serve: general chair
man, Mrs. L. M. Killian; vice
chairman, Mrs. J. F Abel; place,
Mrs. J, Harden Howell and Mrs.
J. W. Killian.
Reception, Mrs. W. F. Swift;
flowers, Mrs. J. M. Long and Mrs.
John N. Shoolbred; refreshments,
Mrs. K. L. Prevost, Mrs. Harry
Rotha; pages, Mrs. T. Lenoir
Gwyn and Mrs, E. J. Hyatt: mu
sic, Miss Margaret Stringfield and
Mrs. R. N. Barber.
The regent appointed the fol
lowing committee chairmen to
serve during the coming year:
Advancement of American Music,
Miss Margaret Stringfield; Ameri
canism, Mrs, J. M, Long; Red
Cross, Mrs. J. W. Killian: Ad-
proved Schools, Mrs. J. F. Abel;
Correct Use of the Flag, Miss Lois
Harold; Courtesy to Member.
Mrs. J. N. Shoolbred; chairman of
national Defense through Patriot-
uucation, Mrs. Unas. E. Quin
lan; Ellis Island, Mrs. Hugh Jolly;
Filing and Lending, Mrs- Glenn
iweea; uenealogical RecordsMrs,
A social hour followed the ad
journment. Special guests of the
afternoon were: Mrs. Frank Frye,
inrs. a. u. nammett, Mrs. C. M.
Andrews, and Mrs. Carrie Schuler,
oi ot, reiersDurg.
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Waynesville Chapter 165
OES To Meet Tonight
The regular stated meeting of
the Waynesville Chapter 165 of
tne vtjS will be held tonight at 8
o'clock in the assembly rooms of
me group m the Masonic Temple
All members are urged ta attend
as final plans for the attendance
at the district meeting to be held
in Asheville on Saturday. SeDtem-
ber J6, will be made. Visiting
meniDers in town are also cordial
iy invited to be present for the
Mrs. Glenn Tweed, of Asheville.
attended the DAR meeting in Way
nesville rriaay and was the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmie Boyd, over the week-end.
Miss Grovene Clark left during
the week for Mars Hill Cblletre
where she will be a student this
Mrs- Cornelia Nixon has one
to Chicago where she will spend
the coming1 month visiting.
MAGIC SILK and NYLON
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From 3 to 4 Times
As Long .
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Waddell kad
as their guests Sunday, Mr. Wad
dtefl's sister and her husband, Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Dodson. of Wavnes-
bero, Va. -
Miss Ethel Woodard and Mras
Agnes Reece are spenduijr a few
days in Key West, Fla., with Leo-
ra Woodard, who is inr training
Miss Catherine Davis Had as her
guest ever the week-end Everett
Brown, cf Asheville.
Miss Lillian Ross and Miss Artie
Knight returned home Sunday after
ispending a few months m Bridge-
ton, N. J.
Mrs. James A. Knight, of Mor-
ganton, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Knight and eth
Mrs. T. N. Massie
Given Luncheon By
MRS. JAMES W. FIELDS, JR., who before her marriage to
Sergeant Fields in the chapel at Camp Davis, on September 6th, was
Miss Dorothy Evelyn Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L.
Green, of Waynesville.
Miss Dorothy Green
Is Married To
Sgt. J. W. Fields
Mr. and Mrs. James I. Green
have announced the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Dorothy Eve
lyn Green, to Sergeant James W,
Fields, Jr., of Avondale Estates,
Ga., and Camp Davis
The wedding took place on Sun
day evening, September 6th, at 8
o clock in the chapel at Camp Da
vis. Rev. Noah L. Range, chap
lain from E. S. D. A. A. school
at Camp 'Davis, pronounced the
The bride had as her matron of
honor, Mrs. Jerry Rogers, of Wil
mington, formerly of Clyde. The
groom had as his best man, Cor
poral John L. Lambert, of station
hospital, Camp Davis.
The bride wore a two-piece suit
of navy crepe, with three quarter
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Out-of-town guests for the wed
ding included : Mrs. G. B. Ridley
and Miss Sarah Ridley and Mr.
and Mrs- Steve Hammock, of
Zebulon, Ga.; Mrs. Frank Smath
ers, of Miami, Fla., and Miss
Nanette Jones, of WaynesrOle; H.
C. Eldridge, of Franklin. Ohio:
the Rev. and Mrs. Clayton Luce,
Misses Grace Polly and Ruth Luce,
of Street, Md.; Dr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Hutcherson, Mr. and Mrs.
G. M. Edwards and Miss Mayme
Louise Edwards, Mrs. H. C. Mor
rison, of Louisville; Mrs. E. W.
Savage, Lexington; Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Savage, Winchester; Miss
Christine Norris, SteudenvQle,
Ohio; Miss Ruth Lansell, Cleve
land, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Cleveland, Henry Cleveland, Miss
Katherine Stapleton, Shelbyville;
Miss Betty Jean Jackson, Vandalia,
Mrs. T. N- Massie, who is great
ly beloved by both the older gener
ation and the younger groups in
the community, was the honor
guest of a luncheon on Wednesday
at her home on Pigeon street on
the occasion of the anniversary
of her birthday.
Hostesses of the party were the
five daughters of Mrs. Massie as
follows: Mrs. H. C. Schumaker, of
Spartanburg, S. C, who came to
town for the affair, Mrs. Bonner
Ray, Mrs. C. J- Reece, Mrs. Roy
Parkman, and Mrs. Carleton E.
. The house was arranged in
quantities of fall flowers in a
variety of shades. The dining
table was centered with a bowl of
roses in shades of pinks. Each lenpth sleeves. Her hat waa a
small sailor model of matching
blue, her accessories were also
in a harmonizing navy blue. Her
flowers were a corsage of . gar
denias. The only ornament she
wore was a chateline watch, which
was the wedding gift of her father
to her mother forty years ago.
The matron of honor wore a
pink sharkskin suit with white ac
cessories, and a corsage of pink
Mrs. Fields is a graduate of the
local high school and has taken
special courses in secretarial work
at the Metropolitan College of
Commerce in Chicago. At the time
of her marriage she held a posi
tion with the war department and
was located at Camp Davis.
The groom is a graduate of the
Avondale high school and at the
time of his entering the service
was associated with his father in
War Bond to Be Awarded
At Bridge Benefit
A $25 war bond is one of the
many awards to be given at the
bridge party for the benefit of St.
Johnfa School, Friday night at 8
o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
Margaret Jensea, the General Fer
guson home, Haywood street.
Mrs.. George Massey and two
children, of Hendersonville, are the
gaests here of Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Massey this week.
Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Leather
wood had as their guests for a few
"ays last week, Mr. and Mrs. Rus
sel Arnold, ef Detroit. '
Captain and Mrs. Charles W.
Edwards, Jr of Columbia, S. C,
spent the week-end here with the
latter s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Mehaffey. Captain Edwards then
left for Fort Livingsworth, Kansas,
Mrs. Edwards will remain here for
an indemmte time.
Mrs. James W. Kilian has re
turned from a ten days visit to
friends in Williamsburg, Va. En
route home she stopped for a day in
Newport News, where she visited
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Killian, Jr and
Miss Charlene Rotha has gone
to Greensboro, where she has re
sumed her work at the Woman's
College of the University of North
Miss Sarah Queen, daughter of
nr. and Mrs. Sam Queen, has re
turned to Greensboro to resume her
work at the Woman's College of
the University of North Caroina,
after spending the summer vacation
here with her parents at their
home on the Dellwood road.
place was marked by favors of old
The guests assembled at one
o'clock and remained for the after
noon. Those invited included the
following, Mrs. Harry Rotha, Mrs.
J. Howell Way. Mrs. W. T- Shel-
ton, Mrs. H. C. Lindsley, Mrs.
John K. Boone, Mrs. H. L. Mac-
Fayden, Mrs. B. F. Smathers, Mrs
H. G. West, Mrs. Rufus H. Black-
well, Mrs. Jennie MacFayden, and
Mrs. D. F. Fuquay, of Daytona
Beach, who is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Harold Massie.
Mrs. Wm. F. Tomlinson
Former Resident Of
Haywood Here On Visit
Mrs. William F. Tomlinson, of
Washington,. D. C. and Richmond,
Va., is visiting her "sister-in-law,
Mrs, R. C. Long, at Lake Juna
luska. She is accemipanied by her
granddaughter, Miss Christian
Lou Miller, of Richmond, who plans
to enter the- Bopkomore class at
Mary Washington College at Fred
ericksburg, Va.,. upon their re
Mrs; Toraiihson is the former
Miss Sallie Longy of tfcis county.
Her Husband', the fate Mr. Tom-
linsoo; was editor of tke Asheville
Gazette in the 1880s, after which
he went to Washington, D. C, to
resid?,. where he? was connected
with the- IX. 3.. Department of Ag
Mrs.. Caade JT- ABen spent the
weelt-end with her nephew, Ed-
ward' DucKworthv at Camp Lee, Va.
MV. aadi Mrs. Carroll Whitnen
have- as their guests for the past
several days. Mrs. Cowan Moody
amf baby of Sylva, Mrs. Whitners
Mrs. S. R. Crockett left last
week for a visit with relatives in
BiTTy Hyatt, who has been em
ployed in Newport News for some
time, is spending several days here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Arrington has gone to Ral
eigh, where h will enter State
College. He plans to take an ag
ricultural course in preparation for
teaching vocational agriculture.
Miss Virginia Kellett has re
turned to Lenoir-Rhyne College to
resume her study after the summer
vacation spent here with her moth
er, Mrs. J. M. Kellett.
Miss Marion Morgan has re
turned to Virginia-Intermont where
she will continue her college work,
after spending the vacation with
friends and relatives.
Give A Barbecue
The foremen of the Unagusta
Manufacuring Corporation honor
ed the officials and office personnel
of the corporation, their wives and
husbands, with a barbecue last
Friday evening, on the grounds of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prevost, De
licious barbecued pork and chick
en was skillfully prepared by an
other Unagusta employee, Carl
Reece. Supplementing tne bar
becue was cold slaw, pickles, rolls,
cornbread, sliced tomatoes and on
ions, soft drinks, and coffee.
After supper, R- L. Prevost,
president, invited the group to go as
his guests to the square dance at
the armory, where a most delight
ful evening was completed.
Those enjoying this occasion
were: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Prevost,
Mr. and Mrs. Whitener Prevost,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Prevost, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Prevost, Mr. and
Mrs. Roger Waker, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Carswell. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Air
len, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Knight,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mehaffey, Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Waddell, F. E.
Kuykendall, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Scruggs, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
Scruggs, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
Brendle, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gaddy,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Hooper, and other in
vited guests were Capt. and Mrs.
C. W. Edwards, Jr., of Colmbia,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Goodwin, and
MRS. RALPH MOODY, the for
mer Miss Adeline Rogers, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Boone Rogers.
-f Clvde. route 1. whose marriage
to Private Ralph Moody, son of
Mr- and Mrs. S. J. Moody, took
place on August 15th.
Jack Richeson has returned to
Davidson College for the fall term
after spending the summer vaca
tion here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Richeson.
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.The officers for tk . I
various places bCMa
Mrs. J. Colvin Br 081
the organizr , '"8
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vice president wJ,icS
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son; historian, Mrs. J g !f
ports were made includi'.l
Mrs. Harry Miller, J?!
her flotivitioo . . m
man; Miss Ida Jean Brow,
tenals sent to Oten
Mrs. finv foo-
trbution of booklets to
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selves to aid in every po
wre lucai activities fur ;ar
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shuler, of St.
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