ttfiPAY, JANUARY 10, 1946
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE FIVE (First Section!
lx At January
Luarv meeting of the Hay
?anua " , .ho united Daugh-
E Confederacy was held
' president, Mrs. Jimmie
m Friday alternuu.i
r" ..:n:n in rharee of
KiUian had as her subject
Carolina Contribution to
. .i,n confederacy.
iuse OI u.v -
illian went imu ucMm -k
(,f the fine leaders of this
r the Confederacy, both as
, i rtnArnmpnt ana
bants in uie 6"'"'
ng'the afternoon recognition
ben of the birmaays ui uc
L General Jackson and
w Maury, wnicn im m
Mrs. J. Haraen nuwc"
i interesting aiy- -
official magazine nunui."&
lvo Conleueraie ieauci.
Howell also urged the mem
take the magazine and to
t tiuv were always on file
murment was maae oi mc
Declamation contest held
Wavnesvine nign wuwn iu
for the boys oi u.-
ich will take place on jan
Miss Nancy Killian will
harfic of the contest and ar-
lents. Mie win ue
I'r.ink Ferguson. Mrs.
jKillian and Mrs. John Queen
in charge ot tne stage aim
I'aul Townsend, wile ot me
of the First Methodist
was a special guest of the
To Meet Tonight
Hazelwood Boosters Club
ueet tonight at the Presby-
church at 7:00 o'clock, with
R. Crockett, president, pre
program will be in charge
de Fisher, Whitener Prevost
ladies of the church will
Beatrice Medford, who has
the Christmas holidays with
rents. Dr. and Mrs. N. M.
(I. returned this week to re-
ier studies at Hrcnau Vol-
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more Blender, graceful fig-
exercising. wo laxatives.
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n t cut out any meals.
potatoes, meats or but
simply cut them down.
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icted by medical doctor.
Engagement Is Announced at Tea
MISS MARTHA SLOAN WAY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Way,
Jr., whose engagement to Lawrence Kimball Harbor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Knight Barber, of Battleboro, Vt., was announced Sat
urday afternoon at a tea given at the Waynesville Country Club with
Mrs. Herbert Buchanan, Jr., Mrs. Hubert Anton and Mrs. Hubert
O'Donnell as hostesses.
Engagement of Miss Martha Way
To Kimball Barber Announced
Announcement has been made of
the engagemnct and approaching
marriage of Miss Martha Sloan
Way, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Way, Jr., and granddi.u.';hter
ot Mrs. J. Howell Way and the
late Dr. Way and of the lalo Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Sloan, of Way nes
ville, to Lawrence Kimball Barber,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Knight Barber, of Battleboro, Vt.
The wedding is scheduled to take
place in the early spring.
Miss Way is a graduate of the
Waynesville Township high school,
having been selected as the out
standing girl of her class for the
Rotary club award. Later she was
graduated from Greensboro Col
lege. She is a member of the fac
ulty tof the Central Elementary
Mr. Barber is a graduate of the
Worcester Polytechnic Institute of
Worcester, Mass., where he was a
member of the Theta Chi frater
nity, of which he was chapter pres
ident. He holds the position of
research and development engineer
of the A. C. Lawrence Leather
Company of Peabody, Mass., with
their tanneries located in the
fupi'lyol AYDS only 2.2S. If not dellshttd
fults, MONEY HACK on first box. FhoM
Jin's Cut Kate Drug Store
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ybAf ' . v - 1 DESIGN
The announremciil was made on
Saturday afternoon, January 5, at
a large tea given at the Waynes
ville Country club with Mrs. Her
bert L. Buchanan, Jr.. and Mrs.
Hubert O'Donnell of Waynesville
and Mrs. Robert Anton, of Ports
mouth, Va., as hostesses.
The guests were greeted at the
entrance by Mrs. Whitener Prevost
and Mrs. Ben Sloan and were in
troduced to the receiving line by
Mrs. T. Lenoir Gwyn. Receiving
with the hostesses were the bride
elect, her mother, Mrs. J. H. Way,
Jr., her grandmother, Mrs. J. How
ell Way and her sisters Mrs.
Thomas L. Campbell, Miss Hilda
Way and Miss Marguerite Way.
Greeting the guests at the dining
room entrance were Mrs. J. Wil
fred l!a yaml Mrs. W. F. Swift.
Pouring at the tea fable were
Mrs. liufus Siler and Mrs. Jon
athan Woody Serving were
Mrs. David Stent z. Miss Tillie
Rat ha. Mrs. Sam liushnell, Jr., Mrs.
Harold Tingen Miss Margaret
Perry and Miss Mary Mock. Bid
ding the guests good-bye were Mrs.
M. H. Bowles and Mrs. Hugh W.
The lounge and living rooms of
the club were arranged in bowls of
while (lowers with the rooms light
ed by white tapers. The tea table
was covered with a lace cloth and
centered with an arrangement of
mixed white flowers, flanked with
Son of Former
Of Interest here was the mar
riage of Miss Anna Marie Rue,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Dunham Rue, to Thornton String
fellow, son of Dr. and Mrs. James
Lawrence Stringfellow, formerly of
Waynesville, which was solemnized
on Thursday, December 27, in the
Most Precious. Blood Catholic
church, Culpeper, Va., with The
Pev. Charles Comaskey, officiat
ing T'ie bride was given in marriage
by ler father, and wore a wedding
go n of brocaded satin fashioned
on princess lines with long pointed
sleeves, sweetheart neckline, full
skirt ending in a court train. Her
veil of illusion was caught with
orange blossoms and she carried a
white prayer book showered with
white orchids and stephanotis.
Her attendants were Mrs. James
Raymond Belcher, Jr., of Hopewell,
Va., who was her matron of honor;
Miss Jean Erskine Grant, of Rich
mond, maid of honor, and Miss
Frances Hoffman and Miss Letitia
Roberts of Culpeper, as brides
maids. The matron of honor and the
maid of honor wore gowns of deep
rose taffeta modeled with tight
bodices and full skirts and wore
matching headdresses of illusion
and gloves of the same shade. The
bridesmaids were dressed in dusty
rose taffeta designed like the other
two and all four carried bouquets
of mixed flowers.
The bridegroom had as his best
man his father. Dr. Stringfellow
and the groomsmen were his broth
ers, Charles Ewing Stringfellow,
USNR, and Woods Price String
fellow, Pennsylvania Military Col
lege; and Lt. Robert Inskeep and
J. B. Hudson, Jr., of Culpeper, Va.
The parents of the bride enter
tained the wedding party and out
of town guests following the cere
mony at their home on Piedmont
street, after which the couple left
for a wedding trip and will later be
at home in Culpeper.
The bride was educated at West
hampton College of the University
of Richmond, and Mr. Stringfellow
studied at Hampden-Sydney Col
lege and the University of Virginia,
prior to volunteering for air serv
ice in the AUS.
The bridegroom's mother is the
former Miss Janie Love Sexton, of
Waynesville, who made her home
here with her uncle and aunt, the
late Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sloan. Dr.
Stringfellow was on the medical
staff of the U. S. Government hos
pital here during World War 1,
and was a practicing physician here
prior to returning to his home in
Culpeper, Va., where he later located.
Mildred Milner Elected
Proctor Of Moore
Dormitory At WCTC
Miss Mildred Milner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Milner, Waynes
ville, was recently elected proctor
of Moore Dormitory. She was elect
ed to this position through an
election held by the Women's
House Government Association.
Miss Milner is a sophomore at
Western Carolina Teachers College
where she is majoring in Business
white candles, with appointments
Married Dec. 21
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Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Russell, of
Clyde, RFD No. 1, have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Lois Russell to Cordell L.
Bradley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Bradley of Maggie. The mar
riage took place in Clayton, Ga.,
on Friday, December 21st.
The bride is a graduate of the
Waynesville Township high school
and has recently been employed by
the Tennessee Eastman Corpora
tion at Oak Ridge, Tenn. The bride
groom lias recently received his
discharge from the armed forces
and is now employed by the State
Highway and Public Works commission.
To Address Iron DufT
The regular meeting of the
Crabtree-lron Duff Parent-Teacher
Association will be held on Wed
nesday evening at 7:00 o'clock en
January Kith in the high school
auditorium, according to an an
nouncement by O. L. Yates, presi
dent. "Fathers Night" will be observed
and Willis Kirkpatrick, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Kirkpatrick of
Crabtrec section, will be the
speaker. Mr. Kirkpatrick is chief
auditor of the Champion Paper and
Fibre Company of Canton.
All patrons of the school
urged to attend the meeting.
Mrs. Frazier In
Charge of Program
Of Woman's Club Meet
The Woman's Club will hold the
regular monthly meeting next
Thursday afternoon at Oak Park,
with Mrs. Frances Frazier in
charge of the program. Her sub
ject will be on "The Strategic
Islands of the Mediterranean."
Mrs. James W. Killian, president,
Hostesses of the afternoon will
be Mrs. CharJes Ray, Mrs. Rudolph
Hollaus, and Mrs. J. R. Boyd, Jr.
Army Recruiter Here
An Army recruiting officer will
be at the Chamber of Commerce
office every Wednesday from 9:00
until 5:00, it was announced yes
terday. Men interested in getting
details for enlisting in the Army
are invited to visit the officer any
Just Received Big Shipment
It. J. REECE, Owner
Holds 100 Pounds of Coal Gives Constant Heat
We Have The Famous
Similar to the Warm Morning in smaller sizes.
Massie Furniture Company
Waynesville, N. C.
Is Wedded To
J. B. Bradshaw
Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard David
Moody, of Waynesville, RFD No. 2,
have announced the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Kathleen
Goldzsie Moody to James B. Brad
shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bradshaw, of Waynesville, RFD No.
The marriage was solemnized in
a quiet ceremony on Saturday,
January 5, in Clayton, Ga. The
bride wore for her marriage, a
navy blue dress with black acces
sories. Mrs. Bradshaw is a graduate cf
the Waynesville Township high
school and also attended Western
Carolina Teachers College.
Mr. Bradshaw Is a graduate of
the Crabtree high school and later
attended North Carolina State Col
lege. After a short wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Bradshaw plan to reside
Mrs. Frances Frazier
Honors New York
Visitor With Dinner
Mrs. Adalin White Scott was the
honor guest of a small dinner party
given by Mrs. Frances Gilbert Fra
zier at the Palmer House on Tues
day. Mrs. Scott has spent the past
month with her sister, Mrs. Mae
White Bethel in the Kirkpatrick
Apartments, and will leave for her
home in New York next week.
Frank Ferguson, who holds a po
sition with the North Carolina
Shipbuilding Company, at Wil
mington, is spending several days
here this week.
Phil Medford, who is a student
at Emory School of Dentistry, has
returned after sepnding the holi
days here with his parents.
DR. W. KERMIT CHAPMAN
OFFICE IN BOYD BUILDING
WAYNESVILLE. N. C.
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Itadio Repairs Guaranteed 90 Days
Appliances Guaranteed 6 Months to 1 Year
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Coffee Makers . . . Washing Machines . . . Toasters
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Robinson Street Hazelwood
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