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Miss Mary Pauline Wilson Becomes
Eride Of Samuel Rufus Journey
The marriage of Miss Mary
Pauline Wilson, daughter of Mr.
ami Mrs. Raymond Lester Wilson
to Samuel Rufus Journey, of
Columbia, and Oak Ridge, Tenn..
took place on Saturday afternoon.
No. ember 24, at 3:30 o'clock at the
1:: I liaptist church here nith the
:s:oi tiie. Rev. L. G. Elliott, pro
lyl iin.'in;; the vows.
The altar of the church was
1; ;;: ;n tall evergreens with floo
h . I.' oi wliitc gladioli and stand
i'll; 1( iriim lighted cathedral
t.-.i.i : v '-e advantageously placed
; .. . i. ; the greenery.
a- to the ceremony Mrs. W. L.
y. organist, and Mrs. Earl
;-. yoloit. gave a program of
! music. Mrs. Messer, accom
I In .Mrs. Matney sang "The
; t Story Ever Told" by R.M.
. and "I Love You Truly," by
( :! !c Jacobs Bond. Mrs. Matney
. t.l "Clair de Lune," by Claude
! i 'iiul'.an Love Call." by
I.mlo'ph Friml, and the traditional
v.iiilmg marches for the proces
! :i and the recessional.
The bride was given in marriage
t; lit t- lather and her gown was
oi v ;h'o satin and lace. The skirt
;.sli;:.i!ctl of satin fell in soft folds
am! tne laic bodice was modeled
;!' a round neckline, and the
'; of net trimmed in ruffles of
:..-!:. hiaterial, with the long lace
.k -Ms fell in points over the
i: onK. The finger lip veil of illu-s-loii
wps held in place by a coronet
of ery-lal beads. The bride carried
;oi arm bouquet of white roses
an ! oiciuds. with a detachable or
t oi v hich slie wore with her going
Miss Alice Russell, aunt of the
b: n'v. was maid of honor. She wore
a fawn of blue marquisette over
t.f i fashioned with a fitted
1) dice attached to a full skirt,
v. i icli had a velvet insert, which
'!! I in a bow in the front. The
sofvs of the gown were short
i n! f d and the neckline was of a
m, i e' heart model. She carried an
,r.'.i l-t;utuct of peach colored
? I H'u.li and ellow chrysanthe-
Virginia Mae Wilson, sister
bride, was bridesmaid. She
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IN REQUESTING plane-seat priority
toi his British-born bride, Francis
J. Rowland (above) of Philadel
phia, a former GI, has urged the
State Department to "bump"
Harold Laskl, British Labor party
chairman, scheduled to (ly over for
an address In New York on De
cember 3rd. (international)
wore a gown of pink marquisette,
over a harmonizing shade of pink
fashioned on similar lines as that
of the maid of honor. She carried
an arm bouquet of pink loses and
Roy C Nichols, of Nashville,
Tenn., served as best man to the
Ushers were: It. L. Wilson,
brother of the bride, J. T. Russell,
Jr., and Robert Russell, uncles of
the bride, and Jesse B. Smith, of
The bride Is a graduate of the
Waynesville Township high school
and at the time of her marriage
held a position with the Oak Ridge
Recreation and Welfare Associa
tion of Oak Ridge, Tenn.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Marynet Journey Workman,
of Columbia, Tenn., and the late
Raymond Journey. He is a gradu
ate of the Dupont Manuel School
of Louisville, Ky.
The bride wore for her going
away a green wool suit with brown
Immediately following the cere
mony at the church the young
couple left for a wedding trip in
Florida, and plan to spend the
winter in Miami.
Julia Ruth Evans
Becomes Bride Of
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Edgar
Evans, of Canton, RFD 2, have an
nounced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Julia Ruth Evans to
Virgil Wilson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Taylor Wilson, of
Zaynesville, RFD 1, which took
place on Thursday evening, No
vember 8th, at the Bethel Metho
The Rev. C. H. Benson, pastor
of the Bethel church performed the
ceremony. Only members of the
immediate families and a few close
friends were present for the mar
riage. The church was arranged in
greenery with floor candelabra and
baskets of mixed, chrysanthemums.
The tapers were lighted prior to
the taking of the vows by Mrs.
Robert Justice and Miss Romona
A program of wedding music
was presented by William P.
Whitesides, Jr., which included a
"Melodie" by Rubinstein, "Trau
merei," by Schuman, "To a Wild
Rose" by McDowell and the tra
ditional marches by Wagner and
Mendelssohn were used for the
processional and recessional.
There were no attendants and
the couple entered the church to
gether. The bride wore a suit of
gray wool with black accessories
and a corsage of sweetheart roses.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the home of the
bride's parents .The bride's table
was centered with an arrangement
of chrysanthemums and flanked on
the corners by lighted tapers in
crystal holders. The bride's cake
was topped with a miniature bride
and bridegroom. Assisting in serv
ing were Mrs. M. E. Evans, sister-in-law
of the bride and Mrs. W. K.
After the reception the couple
left by motor for a two weeks trip
through Florida. They are making
their home for the present with
the bride's parents.
PICKET IN TWO-STATE PHONE STRIKE
Mrs. R. N. Barber To
Be Hostess Of December
UDC Meeting On 7th
The December meeting of the
Haywood Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will
be held on Friday afternoon, De
cember 7th, with Mrs. R. N. Bar
ber as hostess. The program will
be announced later according to
Mrs. James R. Boyd, president,
who Is urging all members to be
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ONE OF 8700 TELEPHONE OPERATORS In 116 communities of Illinois and
Indiana on strike, Donna Birmingham, Chicago, bundles up against the
chill winds off the lake as she goes on picket patrol. Operators are strik
ing lor a $6-a-week raise in wages. (international Soundphoto)
Mr. Vinson is the oddest Secre
tary of the Treasury the United
State shas had in a long time, as
he is bogging at a mere $2,000,-000,000.
Girl Is Married
To Sylva Veteran
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis, of
Clyde, have announced the mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Mary
Victoria Davis to Mr. Hobert G.
Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Henry, of Sylva. The wedding took
place on Wednesday evening, No
vember 14 at the Presbyterian
Chapel in Copeland Park, Newport
News, Va. The Rev. J. Burdette
Slicer, Jr., pronounced the vows.
Mrs. Henry is a graduate of the
Fines Creek high school. She has
been residing in Newport News
for sometime, and is employed by
the Newport News, Shipbuilding
and Dry Dock company.
Mr. Henry is a graduate of the
Sylva high school. He enlisted in
the Navy in January, 1943, and
has to his credit 23 months of
overseas service. He took part in
four major invasions, Rabaul, Cape
Gloucester, Humboldt Bay and
Leyte. He received his discharge on
November 5, 1945.
The couple at present arc visit
ing Mr. Henry's parents in Sylva.
For the Holidays Only
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We will accept appointments for 10 appointment at your earliest con
days, beginning Thursday, Nov. 29, venience as it will have to be the
through December 8th. Appoint- first aPPointnts fillf A
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ments will be filled during this pe- exacty a3 stated above We wi
nod and continued until all ap- use the best of materials and ex
pointments are completed. Get your pert workmanship.
LaLee Beauty Salon is under new own
ership and management . . . Mrs. R. C.
Gunn and Mrs. Emma Henderson,
owners. Mrs. Cordelia Stephens, man
ager and licensed operator.
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Civic League Will
Hold December Meet
On Wednesday, 5th
The Waynesville Civic League
will hold its regular monthly meet
ing on Wednesday evening, the
5th, at the home of the president,
Mrs. Rufus L. Allen. All members
arc urged to attend as the plans
for the coming yoar will be dis
cussed. Christmas chere activities which
includes gifts to the county home,
will also be planned at the meet
ing, as well as the establishment
of a scholarship for a boy or girl.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. W.. Taylor,
of Waynesville, announce the birth
of a son, John Nicholas Wotten
Taylor at the Mission Hospital on
llene A. Goforth, Y 3c, United
States Naval Reserve, of Creston,
Iowa, has returned to Washington,
D. C, after having spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Leatherwood at their home on
Waynesville, Route 2.
Place Nov. 3rd
Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Miss Lillian
Wyatt of Hazelwood, and Lt. Julian
Hlrt of Teaneck, N. J., which took
place on November 3, at Bogota,
N .J. The double ring ceremony
was used and Mayor J. D. Lynn of
ficiated. The bride wore a street length
dress of nlle green with accessories
of black and her corsage was of
white carnations and white rose
buds. The couple were attended by the
brother and sister-in-law of the
bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Lt. Hirt has recently returned
from two and one-half years over
seas duty and has been in service
for four years.
Lt. and Mrs. Hirt are spending
two weeks with the bride's parents,
Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Wyatt of Hazel
wood, and before returning to
Teaneck, N. J., where they will
reside, they will go to Florida for
a short visit.
In a few months the political
experts who missed the last elec
tion will be telling us how the
voting will turn out in 1946.
In the Superior Court
The defendant, in the above en
titled action, will take notice that
an action as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, State of North
Carolina, for the purpose of secur
ing an absolute divorce from the
defendant on two years separation.
Defendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear before
the clerk of the court of said coun
ty, at the court house in Waynes
ville, on the 30th day of November,
1945 and answer or demur to the
complaint therein filed or the
plantiff will apply for the relief
This the 8th day of November,
GERTRUDE P. CLARK,
Asst. Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County,
1475 Nov. 8-15-22r29.
ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS
FRUIT CAKE NOW!
The supply of ingredients for fruit cake is now limited.
Place your order early and be safe.
Mrs. Hugh Love
Among those from the Waynes
ville Music club attending the Dis
trict Music club meeting of the
North Carolina State Federation
of Music Clubs in Asheville Satur
day were the following: Mrs. Hugh
A. Love, president of the district,
who presided; Miss Stephanie
Moore, who responded to the ad
dress of welcome given by Mrs.
J. J. Schilthuis and Mrs. Janie
Love Mitchell Taliaferro.
Following the meeting which
was held at the Central Methodist
church, luncheon was served the
delegates attending in the Gover
nor Vance dininc room in the ian-1
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Mrs. Rufus L. Allen
Becomes Member Of
National Press Group
Mrs. Rufus L. Allen has been
elected to membership in the Na
tional Federation of Press Women,
Inc. Among the members are Mrs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Dorothy
Thompson and Dorothy Dix.
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