(One Day Nearer VJeiory) 'THURSDAY
THE WxtNESTILLt: MOUNTAINEER
Mrs. Hazel Ferguson Tugman Weds
Salvatore Favazzo In St. Petersburg
Announcement lius been made
of the marriage ol Mrs. Hawl
Ferguson Tubman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I'eryuson, of
Waynesville, to Sy I vest ore Favazzo,
formerly of Covington. Ky.. which
took place in Turners Sunken Gar
den in St. Petersburg. Fla.. on
Saturday afternoon. May 5, at four
o'clock, with Orville Harris, coun
ty Judge, officiating.
Music included t In- traditional
wedding inarches and two solos by
Miss Flise Kelleher. soloist. "Oh
Promise Me" and "I l.ove You
The bride won- an aqua gown
trimmed with fuchsia and orchid
sequins, and her accessories were
in while Her eorsnge was of or
chids. Mrs. John It. tiree. daughter of
the bride, was matron of honor
She wore a gown ol chart cause
crepe, with while accessories and a
Mrs. Kut ti Haydeii served as
bridesmaid, and wore a white and
yellow flowered silk dress. Her
accessories were also in white and
her corsage was of gardenias.
Mrs. Ferguson, mother of the
bride, Wore a bloc erepe dliss
With white accessoi ics and gai -denia
Following the ceremony the
mother of the bride was hosless
of a reception held In I he gal
dens. The relresluuenl table was
centered with a three tired wed
ding cake topped with mini i
ture bride and In idegi ooie.
Mrs. J Waller Perry presided
at the punch bowl and was assist
ed in serving by Mrs A Knowl
ton and Mrs II (' Urunish. for
merly of Covington. Ky
Out of town guests included Ma
jor anil Mrs ,1m- Complon. Avon
Park. Fla.. Mrs John li Crecu.
Washington. I) ( . Mi - .1 ('. I'n
guson, Wasnesvil le. ami I )i and
Mrs. I! II l.inilbe ol liirinine
Mr. and Mrs Fava.vo will make
llieir bolne at 1-14 I'lltl, Awniie.!
St. Petersburg. I I. i U hen travel
conditions peimil lliev plan to'
visit Mr. Favazzo'-. home in. Sicily ;
His parents. I he late Mr and Mrs
Conn Favazzo. resided al Capo I )' '
Orlando and his sister resides;
there. Mr Favazzo was in liusi
iiess in Covington for Hi years
prior to coining to Si Petersburg, j
Fla. He was a builder eoulraclor
in Kenlueky. I
A number of affairs were given :
me tji'ide and bum-groom prior
Many Hard of Hearing
tan Hear Tomorrow
I Miss Rosalie Cochran
: Becomes Bride Of
Wm. Lee MeClure, Jr.
Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Miss liosalie
Cochran, ol this county, to Wil
liam l.ee MeClure. Jr.. coxswain,
son of Mr. and Mrs. W I.. Me
Clure. of Waynesville. K F.I). No.
The marriage look place in
Clayton, (la., on Wednesday. June
' 'Z(i The ruupie were accompanied
by Miss (.'liarlnie MeClure and llur
The bridegrooiu entered the ser
vice in May. 1!I42. and enlisted al
Norfolk. Va. lie has reeentlv re
I timed froni three yeais overseas
dulv in the Pacilic theatre
At the tune be entered 1 1 it- ser
vice he was employed by the
Auagusla Manufacturing Company,
lie will spend a I h irly -day leave
al home Mrs MeClure will re
side in llaelwnod
Mr and Mrs Hugh .1. Sloan
have as llieir guest their daughter
in-law. Mrs Hobert I. Sloan
Mr. and Mrs. T. I. lirainlett had
as their guests last week Mr and
Mrs 1( I. Fowlei . and Hobble and
Donna Marie Fowler, ol Chapel
Hill Mrs Fowler was before her
marriage the former Miss Alma
I lo lirainletl. daughter ol Mr
Mrs Kuilolpli Carswell and chil
dren, .lackee and John, of Morgan
ton, are visiting Irieiids here this
week Mrs Carswell and children
are making their home in Morgan
Ion while her husband is set v lug
in t he navv .
Sgt. Ilatsuiiii Yaniatla. of Wash
ington. I) '. spent a few days in
Haolvvood last week at Hie home
ol Mrs W A Wlulner Sgt Ya
mada is an Auierieaii-born Japa
nese This was his second veil
Ifev. and Mrs Kverett Murray
had as I heir guests last week the
formers brother and sisler-in law.
Mr and Mrs Fred Murrav. and
Mr Murrav 's mother. Mrs. Mabel
Murrav . all ol Raleigh, Mrs Mur
rav will spend a few weeks here
before returning home
Becomes Bride Of
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Jefferson
Chastain, of H.F.D. No. 2, for
merly of Waynesville, have an
nounced the marriage of their
daughter. Miss Charlotte Centry
Chastain. of Newport News. Va..
to Andrew Nelson Thiebeau. RM,
! first class. U.S.N.. of Boston. Mass. ,
I and New York City. ;
j The wedding took place on
I March 27 at 9 o'clock in the eve-
ning at Clayton, (la . with the '
i double ring ceremony being used
I The bride wore a suit of light
I melon and black and her acces-
sories were in while. Her corsage :
was of yellow roses and lilies of1
; the vallev.
I The bride is a graduate of the
I Waynesville Township high school
; in the class of IIIHI and attended
SI John's llusiuess School For ;
I be past four years she has been
making her home in Newport
; News. Va.. where she first held a
j position with the Newport News
Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Com-'
i I 'any and al the tune of her mar
riage was connecled with the K. I.. '
Wilson Realty Company.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs Anna M Thiebeau. of Hoston,
Former Waynesville Girl Weds In Ga,
ith Ourinr drops i,-ed with
UMf-dur toh.iril,-u'il ,ir t b,iI.,i
.ly tl. Online Hum Mr-il,.,.! i
but enut'lrj On-til lu lir il w,-
teal betrri li,-i n,.,uriB n,,. ,H1,
ini't'' intr. If
I -v.n I, rnifiK.m,
t (l,:if o ni.n,
Mrs. Fred MeMahail and
Smith's Cut-Kale Oruif Store
We Will llepair Vc.nr
ALSO .IFWFI.Itv AND
(Jewelers Since I.SCf.i
Opposite Masonic Irinplr Hldg.
Telephone 5 14 H ( htircli St.
Roger, of ( Ireenville, S. ('., are
spending a few days here with
Mrs McMahan's father. James Da
vis and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs Havinou Stovall
1 anil two children. I.vnda and John ;
' David sient a few tlavs lieie last
, week visting relatives and lijcmls
Mrs. Richard (larrmger and two
' daughters. Marv autl llean. of
lirunswuk. (la. have arrived lo
spend a lew weeks al their home
lo their marriage. Mrs (Ireen
entertained with a dinner prior!
lo the rehearsal. Mrs Haydeii;
was hostess of a picnic luncheon i
at her beach cottage on Treasure 1
Island. Mr Favazzo was host of I
a supper party al the Columbia!
Restaurant . Tampa, for the wed
Mass.. and was- educated in the
schools of Ibal city. lie enlisted
in Hie Navy in I DIM and has served
in the Pacific theatre having tak
en part in twelve major engage
uieiiK Al the tune lie entered
the service lie was employed by
, the I.'. S. Postal Service. New York.
Following their marriage Un
couple look a welding trip to
i points of interest in Western
i North Carolina, alter which they
Went to Newport News, where the
, bridegroom was stationed The
latter has since then been assigned
to duly ill I he Soul h Pacilic and
Mr;. Tluebeau is making her home
with her parents in Whittier
To Meet On Tuesday
i The circles of I he Woman's So
eielv of Christian Service of the
Fiist Methodist Church will meet
as liilloMs: on Tuesday, July H.
Circle Number One. with Mrs.
Frank Turner on lialsaiu Road,
the members leaving town al 12
o'clock noon for a picnic dinner
Circle Number Two with Mrs
.lai us Palmer al li .'til o'clock in
the afternoon; Circle Number
Three, with Mrs. Jack Way al :i:HO
in the afternoon; Circle Number
Four with Miss Bessie and Miss
Daisy Hoyd, with Mrs. W. C. Boul
well as associate hostess, id 7:1111
o'clock: and Circle Number Five,
with Mrs. Wayne Corpening al
Mr and Mis Sam Knight had
as their guests during last week
Mr and Mrs M. M. Massingill and
three children and Mr and Mrs
llenslev and son. all of ('ireenville.
Mr. and Mrs Fred Tate and
young daughter, of Newton, spent
the week-end ill llazelwood with
the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs
Joe M Tale.
Mrs. .lames Knight, who is at
lending King s Business College in
Charlotte, spent the week-end here
with relatives. She hail with her
a friend. Miss Marjorie Hoard
ANDRFW NKI.SO.N TtflEBK'AU. R.M. I C AND MRS. TIIIKUKAU.
whose marriage look place in Clayton. Ga . on March 27. The bride
was belore liei marriage Miss Charlotte (lentr.v Chastain. of New
port News, formerly of Waynesville.
Assembly l'riii;riull .lone SJK-.fillv I
Thursdav H:Hll p. m
Dr .1 Wallace llamillon
Fritlav. June l!!l Moving
lure. "Passage lo Marseille "
Sal urday, June ltd Populai
ci rl : Harold Dickensheels and
Sunday. July 1. II a. in. Ser
mon: Dr Albert Shirkey; ti:!ll) p. hi
Sermon: Dr Shirkey.
Monday. July 2, il:.'l() a. in. -12 in.
Young Mimslers Seminal Rev.
Arlluir Kale. Hickory, "Modern
Approach to Fvangelisni; 12 m
Sermon: Dr. Shirkey; H:H() p. in
Sermon: Rev. Wallace Fridy, l.y
man, S. C.
Tuesday, July It. !):30 a. in.
Seminar, Rev John Iv Myers, Nor
folk. Va.. "Spiritual Knrirhmenl of
the Miuislei"; 12(10 in. Sermon:
Dr. Shirkey; ll:H(l p. in. Sermon.
Rev J. S Curry. I lardinsburg. Ky.
Wednesday, July 4, Indepen
dence Day - Sports and games on
athletic lields, K. R Riedel. recre
ational director; SI HO a m. Sein
i'nar. Rev. K. D. C. Brawer, Ba-
liev F. I). C. Brewer, Ha
Sermon: Dr. Shirkey; 8:110
Sermon: Rev. W. C Cnnmn
Captain and Mrs. W. C. Jensen;
and small daughter, Karen, id' ;
Washington D. C. are visiting
Mrs Kugene C. Jones, grandmoth
er of Mrs. Jensen Before her j
marriage Mrs. Jensen was Miss
Katherine Justice, daughter of Mr. ;
and Mrs J. F. Justice, of Hthel.
Captain Jensen, who has been
serving for the past III months
with the AAF in the Furopeati I
theatre, has reecnlly returned '
home from overseas
Miss Kathryn Knighl has re-1
turned to Kings Business College;
in Charlotte where she is a student
after spending a week with rela-j
lives in llazelwood. She was ac-j
compiinied back by her sister, Miss
Betty Knight, who spent several
days with her. I
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Joe Davis, of Wilmington, has
arrived to spend several days in
llazelwood with his parents Mr
and Mrs. C S. Davis.
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