, NOVEMBER 22, 1945
PAGE FIVE (Firit Section! 1
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Betty Plott Becomes Bride
jjert P. bchabinger Un 1 th
has been made
of Miss Betty
v7of Mr. and Mrs.
'," v( this county to
, rjer, of Elizabeth,
"Yis solemnized on
','r.ber 17, at the
n rt iits of the bride
.'.! N. with the
nuring of the fam
" . 1 group of close
attired in a light
.',!, with navy blue
;i r corsage was of
was given in
.istcr. Lt. Lucille
tlanta to Newark
for the ceremony.
Miss Eleanor McCormick. of
Bloomfield, N. J., was maid of
honor. She wore a s,uit of gray
wool, and her corsage was made of
mixed autumn flowers
The bridegroom had as his best
man, his brother, Walter A Schab
inger, of Elizabeth.
Immediately following the cere
mony an informal reception was
held which was attended by 33
The bride is a graduate of the
Waynesville Township high school,
and following her graduation took
special work at Drake s Business
College of New York City. She
holds a position with the Western
Electric Company, of Kearny. N. J
The bridegroom, son of Mr
Their Marriage Solemirized on the 14th
ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS
FRUIT CAKE NOW!
j The November meeting of the
j Waynesville Woman's Club was
! held on Thursday afternoon at Oak
j 1'ark with Mrs. James W. Killian,
i president . presiding.
Mrs J C. Brown, chairman ot
well'i.re nut lined the Christmas ac
tivities if the club, which will in
clude the animal community
Christmas tree, and a number of
A report was ;;nen from the
progress being made iy me linim
Club which is open for the teen
ige even night in the woe' ex
cept Wednesdav and Sunday. 1 lie
attendance is still high, there be
ing often around (HI. it was brought
out m the report.
Two piano numbers were given
by Miss Jackie Sue Messer. presi
dent of the Junior Music club.
Due to the unavoidable absence
of the speaker. W. T. Crawford,
who was to have spoken on the
North Carolina Laws regarding
women: there was no program fol
lowing the business session.
llosiesses of the afternoon were
Mis J H llipps, Mrs V. O. Bar
ker, and Mrs Cornelia Nixon.
Mrs. William J. Kanos, the for
mer Miss Katharyn Blalock, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Blalock
of Hazelwood. has joined her hus
band, who has recently been dis
charged from the armed forces,
and the couple will make their
home in Fayetteville.
In "The Voice of the People"
last week the answvr given by J.
Yates Bailey had the second line
misplaced and his answer should
have read in full as follows: 'I pre
ter two year terms in most cases,
as wo do now."
MRS. BAND IS BETTER
Friends here will be glad to
learn that Mrs. W. A. Band is much
i.nprovcd after being critically III
at her home in Corpus Christl,
Texas Mrs. Band was a former
resident here, and her husband
was owner-publisher of this news
paper until 1928.
uf ingredients for fruit cake i.s now
'lace your order early and be safe.
Sgt and Mis Charles C. Matthews, whose marriage took place at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs David Crockett Campbell on Wednes-
dav evening in a candlelight ceremony. Mrs. Matthews was before her
marriage Miss Nell Campbell.
Let Us Bake For You
WISE - ECONOMIZE AT
1 1 Mii.ic;iir
( KOIl) AND
k Salts 89c
ik. Draught 21c
'ID Ml ITS
tationery ... 50c
Swamp Root 98c
60c SIZE PHOSPHO
Mrs. Otto (' Schabingcr of Eliza
beth. N. J . is a graduate of Thomas
Jel'erson high school, of Kliabeth.
and attended the New York Uni
versity for three years He also
holds a position with the Western
After the reception the couple
left for a wedding trip which in
eluded various places in Western
North Carolina and a visit here
with the bride's parents
Upon their return the young
couple will make their home at
227 Murray street. Elizabeth, N. J.
Out-of-town guests included Lt.
Lucille I) l'lott, who is stationed
in Atlanta: Mr. and Mrs Walter
Terrell, of Newark. N .1 . Mr. and
Mrs Hubert Meadows, of Hahway.
N. .1 , Miss Eleanor McCormick. of
Hloomlield. and Mr. and Mrs. Lieb
erman of Koshcllc Park. N. J.
60c SIZE BROMO
25c SIZE CITRATE
Doans Pills ...49c
On Sale Saturday 2 p. m.
25c Limit 1 Box to Customer
1111 !!'S milk
Magnesia ... 29c
( l 1 RELIEF
Sgt. Joseph II. Smith
German Prisoner For
20 Months,' Discharged
SSgt. Joseph H. Smith, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith of Hazel
wood, has been discharged from
the armed forces at Lincoln. Neb.
He entered the service in 1941
while a student at high school and
was attached to the :i!!4th Bomb
Group of the 8th Air Force.
Sgt. Smith was sent to England
in June, 194:1. and on Sept. (i. 1943,
was shot down over Stuttergardt.
Germany, and taken a prisoner
He was in Cicrman prison camps
for 20 months before he was liber
ated by the Anicrictms of tin
104th Division on April 2f. 1945
Sgt. Smith plans to make his
home in Asheville and has accept
ed a position with the Sky land
Pfe. Cordell Chambers
Returns to Hospital
After 30 Days Here
Private First Class Cordell
Chambers. V. S Marines, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C C. Chambers, of
Portland. Ore . formerly of Clyde,
has reported to hospital at Astoria.
Ore . after spending a 30-day fur
lough here with his brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Pfe Chambers, who entered the
service in i-enruary. i;4-. as a
volunteer was inducted at Fort
Bragg and took his boot training
at Parris Island. From the latter
he was sent to the War College,
Newport, It. I , and from there to
California and overseas.
lie was wounded in the battle
of Iwo .lima in February of this
year and was returned to the States
a few weeks later. Since that time
he has been a patient in a govern
ment hospital in Oakland. Calif.,
until Ins recent, transfer to his
present station. At the time he en
tered the service he was employed
by the Newport News Shipbuilding
and Dry Dork Company.
I'XTRA IIP A vv
pneral Oil .49c
fttol Tabs. ..32c
east Tabs. ..69c
XT ' 1 KNITlfps-
Compound .. .89c
Petrolagar ... 89c
Anacin Tabs. 19c
T5 Chas. E. Blythe
Discharged From Army
T5 Charles E. Blythe. son of
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Blythe. of Can
ton, has been discharged from the
armed forces at Fort Bragg. He
was inducted at Fort Sam Houston.
Texas, and served overseas for the
past three years.
Technician Blythe was attached
to the 8lh and 9lh Air Forces and
served in tbe Ordnance Bomb Dis
posal Squad. He served in England
Normandy. France and Germany.
At the time he entered the serv
ice lie was employed by the Cham
pion Paper and Fibre Company at
their plant in Pasadena. Texas. He
plans to return to his former posi
tion following a few days spent
with his parents in Canton.
He lias a nephew, Lt Jack
Blythe. who is now discharged,
after serving as a bombardier in
Miss Louise Martin
Joins Dance Group At
CnVatod for the purpose of pre
serving a Southern art and of pro
viding recreation for students the
Square Dance club has resumed its
activities for the year at the Wom
an's College F.ight -four new mem
bers have been taken into the club
and ollieers chosen for the year.
Among the new members is Miss
Louise Martin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs O U Martin, of Waynes
ville, who is a student at the col-
Your child is sufferinR when
he's irritable. Watch for a
coated tongue often the
sign a laxative is needed.
We've Hit the Jackpot ftgain At Say's
Just when we were about out of jackets and mackinaws
and we were rather blue about the prospects of
getting more - We hit a streak of luck
Here Game Jackets and Mackinaws
Badly Heeded For You
For both men and boys - Leather coats and wool
AND IN TOP GRADES
ii i ii ii in i ii irp iii i mm i in mi
Miss Catherine and Emma Gunn
have returned from a three-week
stay in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Faulty elimination often
makes children sluRfiish and
restless. Your child can get
relief with Tricna the fam
ous laxative made with sen
na. And children like to take
Tricna, because it's flavored
with real prune
juice. Don't up
set your ciiua
to K i v e hi:
T K I li N A
only as di
rected ! 30c,
ZIUiLJ . hlJ I I UlrtUHll
WAYNESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
MATINEE: Sunday 2 and 1 I M.; Saturday 2 and 3:30 P. M.
NIGHT SHOW: 7 and 9 P. M., Sunday Nighf, 8:30
ADMISSION: Children I'nder 12 Years, 12c; Adults, All
Seats, 35c TAX : On Children's Pass, 2c; Adult Pass, 6c.
THURSDAY NOV EM HER 22
'Love, Honor and Goodbye'
Virginia Hruce Victor McEaglen
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2.!
Joseph Schildkraut Hilly Hurke
Pvt. Bill Ray, U.S. Army,
En Route to Europe
Private Bill Ray, U. S Army In
fantry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
II. Ray. Jr., is enroute to Europe,
where he will serve with the army
of occupation. Pvt. Ray entered the
service in June of this year and
is attached to a communications
Pvt. Ray entered the service
while a student at the University
of Georgia and was inducted at
Fort Bragg. He took his basic train
ing at Camp Blanding, Fla., and
from there was sent to Camp Pick
ett, Va., prior to being sent overseas.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21
"Sage Brush Heros"
With Charjes Starred
Serial THE PURPLE MONSTER STRIKES Chapter 3
LATE SHOW 10:30
"Gangs Of The Waterfront"
Robert Armstrong Stephanie Hachelor
Dr. and Mrs. M. N. Medford vis
ited their daughter, Miss Bebe
Medford. student at Brenau Col
lege. Decatur, Ga during the week.
They were joined by their son, Phil
Medford. who is a student at the
Dental College in Atlanta. They
will have their son and daughter
with them here for the Thanksgiv
ing holidays. ,
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 25
Dennis O'Keefe Helen Walker
MONDAY-TUESDAY NOVEMHER 26-27
Dana Andrews Jeanne Crain
Also News of the Day
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28
Frances Langford Wally Brown
Serial MONSTER AND THE APE Chapter 2
You Will Find These JACKETS On Our Second Floor
Men's all wool blue melton mackinaws $8.95
Men's all wool plaid mackinaws $9.50 up
Men's Leather Coats, and of good grade $12.25 up
THESE (iAKMENTS AUK IN THE FAMOUS BRANDS OF
They Are Here Too For Boys in Sizes 1 to Hi
The Boy's Mackinaws are Particularly
Boy's all wool blue mackinaws $5.63
Boy's all wool plaids $5.68 up
Boy's all wool plaid mackinaws
Sizes 4 to 12 $7.13
Sizes 14 to 18 $9.39
' Jlii r!
Coats in sizes
6 to 16
Plenty of Wool Pants and Sweaters
to go With Them
Except for dress shirts the fact is that we have about
everything boys and young men need.
Ray's Dept. Store
v . ;.1
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