THURSDAY, FEBRlA J
PAGE FOUR (First Section)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Plans and the date of the mar
riage of Miss Martha Sloan Way
and Lawrence Kimball Barber, of
Brattleboro, Vt., and Waynesville,
have been announced this week.
The wedding will be solemnized at
the First Methodist church on Sat
urday evening, February 2;ird. with
the pastor, Kev. Paul W. Tounsend
Tlii' attendants will be as fol
lows: Mrs. Thomas I.oKoy Camp
bell, Jr., sister of the bride-elect,
matron of honor. Miss Hilda Way,
another sister of the bride-elect,
and as hridcMiKiiiK. Mivs M.irum--rito
Way. student at St. Man's
college, Raleigh, aho a siller, and
Aliss I'atsy (Jwjn. student at Ran
dulph - Macon W oman'- college,
Mr. Barber will have a. In- he !
man, lus father. I.. K, Barber, of
i!i a! t leboro. Yt . and serving a
ii hers will he Herbert Buchanan.
Thomas L. Campbell. ,lr. Sam II.
liu-hnell. Jr., and Hubert 1'. Anton
A program of wedding mii-H
will he given by Mrs. Allien M
Six Mings, of Kno.wilie. Tenn ,
:oloi-t, and Robert I.. Sloan, of
ashillo. Tenn. cousin ol the
Will Meet At Church
On Tuesday, February 12
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Serv ice of the First Methodist
church will meet at the church
at '.i o'clock Tuesday afternoon,
February 1 12th. according to an an
nouncemciit by the chairman ot
publicity. All members are urged
to he present.
The J. D. Jones
Hosts Of Buffet
Major and Mrs. J. 1). Jones were
bi -t- of a buffet supper party at
I be borne of the hitler's parents,
Air. and Mrs. ,1. I.. Stringfield "n
and Airs II
on Saturday evening,
assisted in serving by
l.ovo Mitchell Talia
. lames F. Kirkpatrick,
st list included Mrs.
llubei l ( I Donnell, Mrs. Cordon
ll.ii.bell. Airs. Carl Mill. Mr. and
Wlutner Provost. Mr. and
Thomas I.. Campbell. Jr.. Mr.
Ah - Joe Sloan. Mr. and Mrs.
Mcdloi d. Miss Martha Way,
Manila SI ringfiold. Mrs. John
Allen. Miss liosalyn Ray, Miss
kliabrl b Kay. Miss Mary Mock,
and Kimball Barber.
Miss Faustine Howell was hostess
on Thursday evening of a miscel
laneous shower as a courtesy to
Mrs. Jack Sheehan, the former
Miss Gladys Ezell, whose marriage
took place on Saturday, February
The bridal motif was observed
in the appointments. The guest of
honor was the recipient of a num
ber of lovely gifts from those at
The guest list included: Mr. and
Mrs. Woody Burress, Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Franklin, Miss Betty Wilson, Miss
Betty Burgin, Mrs. Jim Caldwell
Miss Fetha Walker, Miss Bly Rog
ers, Miss Rufina Brtght, Miss Pau
line Rogers, Mrs. Colvin McDaniel.
Mrs. Bruce Jayness, Miss Cath
erine Neil of Asheville, Mrs. John
Kzell, Mrs. F. L. Kwaguc, Miss
Frieda Mae Teague, Mrs. Hubert
Pless, Mrs. Hub Tate, Miss Gladys
Phillips. Bill Potts, Edward Mc
Rorie, Johnnie Norris, Rodney
Carr. Fred Howell, Richard Innian,
and William Willett.
Marriage Took Place in Navy Chapel
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fore and
children left Sunday for two weeks
vacation in Florida.
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FT. (j.g.l AND MRS. HALLETT THOMPSON LAWRENCE whose
marriage was solemnized on December 30 in the David Adams Memorial
Chapel, Naval Training Station, Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Lawrence is the
former Miss Dorothy Mae McElroy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
William MeFlrny, of Waynesville and Norfolk, and often spends the
summer here at Hie home ot her parents on Love Lane. Lt. Lawrence,
graduate of Hie United Slates Naval Academy, in the class of 11)44 is
now on duty at the Naval Air Station at Dallas, Texas.
Hostess Of Junior
Music Club Meeting
The Waynesville Junior Music
club mel last Friday with Nancv
Francis at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Francis. Mrs
Cornelia Nixon, adult director, pre
sided in the absence of the junior
During me business session
Mozelle Finer was elected treas
urer for the coming year and Mary
Osborne was appointed publicity
chairman. Belle Hannah, Mary
C rou so r and Mary Osborne were
named as a program committee.
Alter Hie business a program
including the following selections
was given: "Foug. Long Ago," a
piccolo solo, by Peter Beck, given
by Francis; "On the Magic Laki
piano solo by Carolyn Greer and a
vocal duet, "God's Love." by Patsy
Ezell and Clara Sue Shuler.
Announcement was made of the
March meeting which will be held
at the Presbyterian church on Fri
day, March 1, at 3:30 o'clock.
Mrs. J. H. Howell
Will Give Paper At
February DAR Meet
Mrs. Mary Dodd and children ar
rived Tuesday to visit her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. ilaynes. of
Upper Fines Creek. Mrs. Dodd is
the former Miss Mary Haynes. She
has spent the past two years in
Montery, Calif., and Deleware.
Okla., where she and her husband
have been located.
Columbus county fanners can
increase cash returns from straw
berries by $170,000 this year
simply by obeying the rules of
spacing and pruning, according to
J. Y. Lassiter, horticulturist of the
Slate College Extension Service.
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