4Y, FEBRUARY 7, 194g -
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE FIVE (First Section!
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11 KI.KS JALKsuiN sniuiflin, ine lormcr ivnss uiaays
I daughter oi Mr. ana ivirs. joiin v. rzeu wiiose marriage
uh liaii look place on Saturday, February 2, at the parsonage
Gladys Ezell Becomes Bride Of
Sgt. Charles Jackson Sheehan
Mrs. Jitlm Kzcll have
the marriage of their
Ulss Gladys Lorena Ezell
Diaries Jackson Sheehan,
ami Mrs. Arthur Shee-m-wllo.
The vows were
at 1:0(1 o'clock Satur
iry -ml. at the pnrson-Fii-.sl
Kille. The l!ev. Paul W.
pastor, performed the
c uoiu a white wool suit
accessories and her cor-
iif jcllow roses.
i c I following the cere-
youim couple left by
a wedding trip to New
lu lian is a graduate of
he - die Township high
school and at the time of her mar
riage was secretary to the man
ager of the Park Theater,
Sgt. Sheehan graduated from the
Waynesville Township high school
in the class of 1940 and at the time
he entered the service in 1942 was
employed in Washington, D. C. He
served in the Signal Corps and was
attached to the 5th and 7lh Armies,
serving for two years in the Euro
Sgt. Sheehan, who has re-enlisted
in the service is entitled to wear
the European theater ribbon with
three battle stars, one bronze ar
rowhead, Victory medal, Good Con
duct medal, and ribbon for service
in the French First Army. lie has
a 90-day furlough, after which he
will report to Fort Uragg for his
to wear jhoes with
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Mrs. J. M. Queen
Hostess Of UDC
Mrs. John M. Queen was hostess
of the February meeting of the
Haywood Chapter of the United
I Daughters of the Confederacy on
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Jim
mie Boyd, president, presiding.
Mis. K. N. Barber had the paper
of the afternoon, her subject being
"Zebulon Baird Vance." She gave
a detailed account of the highlights
in North Carolina's war governor
during the period of the War Be
tween the States.
Miss Margaret Johnston, libra
rian of the Haywood County library
made an appeal for books. The
chapter voted to purchase the three
volumes of "Lee's Lieutenants"
and present to the county library.
Plans for meeting all the obliga
tions of both the state and general
organizations were discussed and
approved. Plans for remembering
Captain Alden Howell, only living
Haywood county veteran in the
War Between the States, who re
sides in Los Angeles, Calif., and
will observe his luTlh birthday an
niversary on Feb. 18, were made.
Miss Nancy Killian, historian,
gave a report on the annual decla
mation contest held by the Chapter
for the Junior high school boys.
Mrs. L. O. Elliott sang "Jeanie
With the Light Brown Hair," by
Foster, and "The Little Patched
Trouser," written by Governor
Vance. Miss Killian served as ac
companist. Anouncement was made that the
next meeting would be held with
Mrs. It. II. Blackwell and Mrs. L. E.
Perry as joint hostesses the first
Friday in March.
Engagement Is Announced
O.E.S. Meets Tonight
The Waynesville Chapter of the
Order of the Eastern Star will hold
their regular stated meeting to
night at 7-30 o'clock at the home
of the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Noble
Garrett. All members are urged
to be present.
Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Crockett of
Hazelwood, returned last Wednes
day from an extended visit in Kentucky.
to relieve stuffiness, invite
if nose gets "stopped up"
Its wonderful how a little
Va-tro-nol relieves transient
congestion that stulls up the
nose and spoils sleep. Quickly
your nose opens up breath
ing is easier I If you need re
lief tonight, try it! Follow di
rections in the package.
Suit a few dropt
up each noirrtf
In Graft, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Tranlham,
of Clyde, Koute 1, have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Nellie Glee Tiantham of New
port News, Va., to William Smith
Carmines, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Carmines of Messick, Va.
The wedding was solemnized on
Saturday, January 12th, at Crafton,
Va., with the Rev. M. H. Barton
For her marriage the bride wore
a two-piece suit of powder blue
with black accessories.
The couple were accompanied to
Grafton by Mrs. Loekwood Car
mines, Miss Edna L. Carmines and
Mrs. William Skid Joyner, sister
of the bride.
Mrs. Carmines attended the
Fines Creek high school and for
the past three years has been em
ployed at Langlcy Field, Va.
Mr. Carmines attended the Pag
ncson high school and also holds
a position at Langlcy Field.
A NEW PHOTO SERVICE
to handle your roll films quickly
and with care is opening soon
in the Masonic Temple building.
MISS JANETTK MARGUERITE BUKGIN. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lester Burgin, whose engagement to Hubert (i. Goldsworlhy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Goldsworthy, ot Dos Plaines, 111., has
been announced by her parents. The marriage will be solemnized on
Sunday, February 24, at the First Baptist church.
Janette Burgin Bethothed To
R. G. Goldsworth, AAF Veteran
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lester liur
gin, of Waynesville, have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Janette Marguerite
Burgin to Robert G. Goldsworlhy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Goldsworthy, of Des Plaines, III.
The marriage will take place Sun
day afternoon, February 24, at the
First Baptist church.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the Waynesville Township school
and later attended Mars Hill col
lege. She is a popular member of
the younger social group of the
The bridegroom-elect, a veteran
of World War II, is a graduate of
the Maine Township high school
at Des Plaines, HI., and later at
tended Northwestern University.
At the time he entered the service
he held the positionof assistant
oll'icc manager and credits manager
at the Chicago office of Beatrice
Creamery company, liirdseye divi
lie entered the army in Janu
ary, 11142. and was commissioned
in September the same year in
the air corps as a second lieuten
ant. In llMli ho won his pilot's
wings in the Army Air Forces, lie
served overseas as a P-.r)l pilot in
the ;i.'7lli Fighter Group and as
sistant operations ollicer of the
(itith Fighter wing, tllll Air Force,
in Hie European theater. Upon
completion of 'MM hours of combat
Hy ing he was returned to the States
and was recently discharged with
the rank of captain.
lie was awarded while serving
overseas, (he Air Medal with six
oak leaf clusters, the Distinguished
Fly ing Cross and six combat stars.
DAR And Home Edonomics Dept.
Sponsor Annual Fashion Show 12th
The annual Fashion show which
is held by the Home Economies
Department in connection with the
Cotton Dress contest sponsored
each year by the Dorcas Bell Love
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution will be held
at 9:30 next Tuesday morning, the
12th, in the high school audi
torium, according to Mrs. Herbert
Buchanan, home economics teacher
and Mrs. W. F. Swift, regent of
There will be around 1G0 taking
part in the show, all the models
wearing garments they have made
themselves under the supervision
of Mrs. Buchanan.
There will be 15 girls who will
compete for the prizes to be of
fered by the DA 11 Chapter in the
cotton dress group.
Mrs. I 1 1 r -1 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 has chosen as
the theme of Hie presentation of
the show this year, "Pages from
Mademoiselle." The public is cor
dially invited to attend the show,
which is always one of the high
lights of the school year among
the contests sponsored by outside
groups at the high school.
As is Hie custom, the girls of
the homo economics department
model all types of dresses, for all
occasions, made from various materials.
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OPPOSITE BRADLEY'S STORE
MRS. B. H. HOLLAND Managers MRS. C. II. RIIINEIIART
When you start
folks -You'll Find
lopping for the young
EiY'S k lam Good
Whether its "the infant" the toddler the small folks or
the teen age group you will find a nice assortment of the
In t lie T
-For Infants and Toddlers Visit Our (Jreen Room-
1 I at
There are flannel robes for boys in sizes 10 to
2 up Sport shirts in all sizes Work shirt
2.'.)H polo shirts in all sizes
in sizes 12, 13 and II Sport coals in sizes
Zipper jackets in fact about everything for boys.
Besses for all Jlges of Girls
Infants and Toddlers dresses are found in the (ireen Room.
In School Dresses - We Specialize
school in the ri
-1 1 range.
Once she gets to school
lind the young lady
keenly alerted to styling.
Knowing this we too are
.style conscious in our
We are prepared to meet
Let Us Show You Print Dresses
Our selections will be found attractive and
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For The Young Lady in Spring Oxfords
Brown and white saddles-
-brown and white moccasins
all brown oxfords.
and of course we have attractive
t-Ierchanside For 11 TheFamily
Now in Our 23lh Year of Opf ration