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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
Rozella Wiggins Dameron Is
Wedded To Charles David Hyatt
The marriage of Miss Rozella
Wiggins ' Dameron, daughter of
Mrs. William Henry Dameron, of
Warrenton, to Charles David
Hyatt, of Wilmington, was sol
emnized in a ceremony Saturday
evening, October 31, at 8 o'clock at
the Wesley Memorial Methodist
church here, , Mr. Hyatt is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hyatt, of
The Eev. E. R. Clegg, pastor, of
ficiated in the double ring cere
mony. The altar was banked with
pine and fern as a background for
the tall floor baskets of white
chrysanthemums and branched
Mrs. John Cole Burwell, organ
ist, gave a program of wedding
music, including "Meditation to
fit. Clothilde," by Phillippe; "The
Swan," by Saint-Saens; "Andante"
from "Fifth Symphony," by Tach
aikowsky. Miss Josephine Dam
eron of Warrenton, sang "Oh Per
fect Love" just before the bridal
party entered the church. The
bridal chorus from "Lohengrin,"
and Mendelssohn's wedding march
were used as a processional and
Brother Gives Bride
The bride was given in marriage
by her only brother, William
Honry Dameron, of Dallas, Tex.
She wore a wedding gown of white
satin, fashioned along simple lines,
with long fitted sleeves pointed
pointed over the hands. Her full
skirt extended into a train and her
veil of illusion fell from a satin
cap embroidered in seed pearl
Her only ornament was an old seed
pearl necklace belonging to her
great-great aunt. She carried an
arm bouquet of white roses and or
chids, showered with stephanotis.
Attendants were Mrs. S. A. Rob
inson, of Rolla, Mo., matron of
honor; Mrs. Alvin Coleman, of Ra
leigh; Miss Esten Cooke, of Lex
ington, Miss Betsy Taylor, of War
renton, and Miss Isa Sills Damer
on, of Goldsboro, bridesmaids.
They wore identical dresses of jade
green velveteen, fashioned along
the lines of the bride's gown with
matching caps and shoulder veils,
and each carried arm bouquets of
bronze chrysanthemums. Mrs. Rob
inson carried yellow chrysanthe
mums. Little Miss Mildred Smith, of
Warrenton, niece of the bride, was
flower girl and her frock was also
similar to those of the other at
tendants. She carried a basket of
rose petals. Master Kenan Smith,
Jr., of Warrenton, a nephew of the
bride, carried the rings on a satin
pillow. He wore a full dress suit
It Best Man
Best man was Lachjan L, Hyatt,
of Newport News, Va., brother of
the bridegroom. Ushers were C. S.
Plaster, of Winston-Salem; Frank
Ferguson and Donald M. Hyatt, of
Wilmington and William Basker
vill, Hugh W. Holt and William
W. Taylor, Jr., all of Warrenton.
Mrs. Dameron, the bride's moth
er, wore green crepe with lavender
orchids. Mrs. Hyatt, the bride
groom's mother, wore black and a
corsage of orchids.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Dameron and the late W. H.
Dameron, of Warrenton. She at
tended Peace College, Raleigh, and
was graduated from Holl ins Col
lege, Roanoke, Va.
The bridegroom attended Duke
University, Durham, and holds a
position with the North Carolina
Shipbuilding Company, Wilming
ton, where the couple will reside
following a wedding trip.
For traveling the bride changed
to a three-piece lavendar suit with
cranberry accessories and wore or
chids from her wedding bouquet.
Among additional out-of-town
guests were Mrs. W. A. Hyatt,
Is Married To
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Mary Louis
Woolwrne, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Woolwine, of Nashville,
Tenn.i to the Rev. Joseph Steph
ens Johnson, of Lake Junaluska
The marriage was solemnized in
Scales Chapel, West End Metho
dist church, Nashville, Tenn., at
7 p. m. on November 2.
Mrs. Johnson attended the
Murphy high school, Mobile, Ala.
and the Alabama Woman's College
at Montevallo. For the past three
years she has been connected with
the National Life and Accident
Insurance Company, Nashville,
Mr. Johnson attended the Way
nesville township high school, and
Vandervilt University. For the
past five months he was patftor of
the Pigeon Valley Circuit, near
Canton, and is now pastor of Jona
than Creek Charge, Waynesville,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will be
at home in the Jonathan Creek
Methodist parsonage after No
Will Be Hostess Of
The November meeting of the
JJorcas Bell Love Chapter, Daugh
Miss Nancy Hyatt, of Waynesville; i tors of the American Revolution.
win te held with Miss Margaret
Stringfield at "Blink Bonnie" on
Friday, the 13th.
The program will be on Civilian
Defense, with a guest speaker.
Mrs. J. M. Long will review the
national magazine. In the absence
of the regent, Mrs. S. H. Bushnell,
Mrs. W. F. Swift, vice regent, will
Mrs. D. M. Hyatt, Mr. and Mrs
Henry Mixter, Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Montgomery, C. D. Lanning, all
of Wilmington ; Mrs, C. S. Plaster,
of Winston-Salem; Mrs. L. L.
Hyatt, of Newport News, Va.;
Mrs. J. W. Furman, of Richmond,
Va.; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Jones,
of Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. T.
B. Dameron and W. H. Dameron,
III, of Goldsboro, and Lieut, Kenan
Smith, of the United States army,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hyatt, of
A reception was held in the
Dameron home in South Warren
ton following the ceremony. Guests
were greeted at the front door by
Mrs. A. A. Williams and Mrs.
John Dameron and led to the re
ceiving line composed of the wed-
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Marietta Way Bible
Class Is Entertained
By Teacher Saturday
Members of the Marietta Way
class of the First Methodist church
were the guests of their teacher,
Mrs. J. Howell Way, on Saturday
afternoon for an informal party.
The living room and the run room
were arranged in bowls of yellow
and bronze chrysanthemums.
Mrs. W. L. McCracken gave a
brief history of the class, which
is the Woman's Bible class of the
Methodist Sunday school.
Following Mrs. McCracken's
talk Mrs. John M. Queen took
charge and the remainder of the
anernoon was featured by various
Members attending the party
were: Mrs. Troy Wyche, Mrs. J. M.
Kellett, Mrs. Kate Morris, Mrs.
Wm. Chambers, Mrs. W. A.
Haney, Mrs. T. L. Bramlett, Mrs.
Charles Burgin, Mrs. Dee Clark,
Mrs. Carl Medford, Mrs W L
McCracken, Mrs. T. L. Ma'ssiej
Mrs. J. K. Boone, Mrs. Frank Fer
guson, Mrs. Robt. Cifford, Mrs.
Grover C. Davis, Mrs. Zeb Curtis,
Miss Sackett, Mrs. Thad Chafin,
and Mrs. John M. Queen.
Mrs. J. Harden Howell has re
turned from an extended visit with
relatives in Washington and Maryland.
DuRell Herndon, of Baltimore,
spent the week-end here with M
j Herndon, and his parents in Can
ton. Mr. Herndon is connected
.with the Glenn Martin Aircraft
plant in Baltimore.
Velma Frances Dunn Is Married
To Lieut. W. R. Nash On Oct. 24th
ding party, Mrs. Dameron and
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt, of Waynesville,
by Miss Mary L. Williams and
Mrs. Kenan Smith. Misses Lily
Bell and Josephine - Dameron re
ceived through the home. Mrs.
John Turman and Mrs. W. L.
Long directed guests to .the gift
room. Mrs. Buxton Williams and
Mrs. V. F. Ward presided in the
The bridal table was covered
with a linen Porto Rican cloth, a
wedding gift of the bride's mother,
white roses in a silver bowl and
burning tapers in silver holders,
and the bride's cake. A white and
green motif was used.
Misses Nancy Gill am, Nancy
Moseley, Katherine Peter, Edith
I jijt nana, juary opollSWOOO ifas-
; kerville, Lucy Seaman, Jane Peete
and Jane Lewis, of Jackson, as
sisted in serving in the dining
room and coffee room. The coffee
service, which belonged to the
bride's great-great aunt, was pre
sided over by Miss Julia Damer
on, Mrs. J. G. Ellis and Mr. Rarlr.
ktvii, ui uviuswiv. iurs.
G. H. Jones and Miss Rowe Jones
also assisted in entertaining.
On Friday evening, Mrs. W. H.
Damerson entertained at a buffet
supper for the out-of-town guests.
Following the rehearsal at the
church on Friday evening, Mrs. A.
a Blalock, of Raleigh, and Mrs.
John Gary Ellis, of Warrenton,
entertained at a cake-cutting in the
Ellis home on Rridgeway Heights.
On Saturday morning, Mrs.
Jones, Miss Rowe Jones, Mrs. S. A.
Robinson and Mrs. A. A. Williams
entertained at a luncheon in the
Williams home In South Warren-
; ton for the bridal party and out-of-
Mrs. Charles Bonner Atkinson
has announced the marriage of her
daughter, Miss Velma Frances
Dunn, to Lieut. William Rockefel
ier Nash, of Cleveland, Ohio.
The marriage was solemnized at
6:30 o'clock on Saturday evening,
October 24, at the post chapel at
Fort Belvoir, Va., where the bride
groom has been stationed. The
post chaplain performed the cere
mony. Miss Jane Cherry Ross, of Shel
byville, Tenn., and Washington, D.
C, was maid of honor.
Lieut. Nash had as his best man
Lieut. William Carline, of At
anta, who is also stationed at
Fort Belvoir, Va.
For her marriage Mrs. Nash
wore a blue wool suit with oiue
and brown accessories and her cor-
age was Of white orchids.
A small group of intimate
friends and relatives attended the
ceremony. Those present inciuaeo.
the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William F, Nash, of Cleve-
and, Miss Miriam McClure, of
Waynesville and Washington, D. I
C, cousin of the bride, and Mr. and
Mrs. Trueblood, ; of Washington,
formerly of Waynesville, and oth
The bride who is the daughter
of Mrs. Atkinson and the late
Charles Dunn, of Waynesville, is
a graduate of the Waynesville dis
trict high school and attended the
school of nursing of the General
Hospital of Nashville, Tenn,, from
which she graduated with high
Following her graduation she
passed the state board of nursing
of Tennessee, making the highest
grade of any applicant of that
year. She first held a position
with Vanderbilt University hos
pital, then later she was with the
United States Rubber Company, in
Shelbyville, Tenn. At the time of
her marriage she held a position
with the Monterey Hospital in
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Harvard University and at the
time he volunteered for service
was in the insurance business in
Cleveland, Ohio. He received his
commission last week at Fort Bel- f
voir and is being transferred to i
Richmond, Va., where he will be
Following the ceremony the
bridal couple and attendants were
guests of the bridegroom's parents
at a dinner at the Carlton Hotel.
Washington, D. C.
Jeanette Crawford Gives
Hallowe'en Party At Her
Home At Lake Junaluska
Miss J eanette Crawford was
hostess of a Hallowe'en party at
her home on Tuesday night at Lake
Junaluska. The seasonal motif
was carried out in all the party
appointments and games enjoyed
during the evening,
The guest list included the fol
lowing: Ruth Goodman, Marjorie
Liner, Elmer Harris, Nan Liner,
Grace Jones, J. B. Miller, E. J,
Owen, Christien Underwood, Mark
Carswell, Frederick Vaughn, Mil-r
dred Price, Roy Robinson, Charlie
McCall, Mildred Carswell, Eileen '
Gardener, and those from Canton i
were Bill Woody, Berlin Paxton.
Kenneth Sutton, Wade Solsbee,
Guy Ward, Johnny Lewis, and
Charles Worley, of Asheville. '
Give Hallowe'en Party
On Friday Evening
Harriett Atkinson, Jean Crous
ier, and Jean Hyatt were hostess
es of a Hallowe'en party on Friday
night at the home of the former's
mother, Mrs. C. B. Atkinson on
Boyd Avenue. The young hostess
es were assisted by Mrs. J. C.
Crousier and Mrs. Atkinson in re
ceiving and serving their guests.
The residence was arranged in
the Hallowe'en motif throughout
and punch and cookies and candies
were served during the evening,
which was featured by games and
The guest list included students
from the junior and high school
and other friends as follows:
Patsy Jansen, Peggy Jansen.
Janet Abel, Jackie Sue Messer.
Elsie Jane Green, Marie Strange.
Frances Scates, Virginia Francis,
Thresa Alley, Jean Ann Bradley,
Nancy Jones, Eloise Morrow, Betty
Tuttle, Betty Sue McClure, Carolyn
Cooper, Doris Jean Palmer, Dot
Miller, Lois Caldwell, Polly Alli
son, Anna Jean Davis.
Doris Ann Green, Nip and Tuck
Ray, James Brackett, Joe Morrow,
Jackie Coin, Roy Rogers, Cyril
Minette, Winfred Liner, Jack Al
ley, Aaron Hyatt, . Bill Richeson.
Wallace Brown, Bob Milner, Bobby
Leatherwood, Bobby Hardin, Bob
Ferguson, Jimmy Nichols, Bobby
Green and Jess Crousier.
Miss Betty Carolyn McGinley,
of Knoxville, Tenn., spent the
week-end here as the guest Of Miss
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt and her daugh
ter, Miss Nancy Hyatt, returned
on Tuesday bight from Warren
ton, where they attended the mar
riage of the former's son, David
Hyatt, to Miss Rozella Wiggins
Dameron, which took place on Sat
P. T. A. Will Meet On
Miss Marjorie McManus, teach
er of home economics in the local
high school, will address the mem
bers of the Central Elementary P.
T. A. at their meeting on Monday
Miss McManus will have as her
subject, "All Out for Good Nutri
tion." Mrs. Lmwood urani, pres
ident of the organization, will pre
Members are urged to be pres
Gives Tea For
Miss Marjorie McManus, teacher
of home economics in the high
school, who has been instructor
in the Red Cross nutrition class,
was hostess to the group that has
been taking the work in the home
economics department in the high
school on Tuesday afternoon. Oth
er special guests included the
members of the faculty.
A demonstration of foods was
featured at the first of the tea.
The group that has completed
the course in nutrition includes the
following: Mrs. Whitener Prevost,
Mrs. S. P. Gay, Mrs. Grover C. . Mrs. Fred Martin,
Mrs Charles Um
son Jones, Mrs. J C p7
M. G. Stemey, fr
son. Mis, MargaS it,
Mrs. Richard Barber.
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