THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE FOUR (First Section)
Mabel Medford iEnill; -Marline Ryuicr
Becomes Bride Of I I;
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Marriage Is Announced
"Mr. and 'Mrs. Hoy I5rv.ui M "I-: "
ford, of Waynesville. Uo'ilo No. '' ''',
have announced 1 hf in.n i !.r:r nf .
tlu'ir daughter. Mi.--- V..ih. : I -nut ;' '
IWodford. to U illiam II. v i. J:.
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of Clyde. Koule I 'I in- v. -
Milcninizi'd in ( 'I .. ton. la., i n S.-;
unlay, April 2(1.
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Mi. Main I l iana' Medford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bryan
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Club Gives Party
'. . mm i I . .f I In' observance of
ViImmimI Mir a Week the Senior
v , 1 in die Mn ir club entertained
' i .'i a ,,nl mi Tuesday afternoon.
I In all, nr was lavcn at tbe home
I tin- members, .Joyce Car-
iM. Lake .lunaluska. A bus was
. i. mIi ii-iI which look the members
I hi' Carter residence at the
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Mi ii'bei s of I he senior group
i i i i mm mI I ! s pai ly were Miss
Mm .Iran llrown, president, Mrs.
i ' i r i . 1 1 . i N imiii. Miss Stephanie
Muni!', and assisting them was
Mi - Manila Stringfield.
Anniiit! Ihosc lakoing part on the
I ) i i -. 1 1 1 1 were: Sol Cohen, music
ilii i i lor of Sprinmlale school, who
sciM'd as accompanist of the after
noon .iiiil in addilion gave a num
ber ni piano selections. Victor
Imih'ii. 1 1 . 1 1 of the Spring-
ImIm ( IiiioI. nave a group of read
ii" . mi" with a musical accom
i . 1 1 1 inienl . A group of nine boys
I I . m m Sprinmlale school gave a
i' i a ,u ol soul;-, and from the num
ber. Clun k Klein, .loe liosenblootn
Mi.'l John Thompson, all sang
Tin Cleo club composed of slll-.liiil-
Iroin Central Klemenl ary
i I I, I lai lwdod and Kast Way-
iH -ille under direction of Miss
'-I i I 1 i.i 1 1 n Moore, teacher of public
' h, ...I mn-ic, gave a number of
el, , linn-, from Ibis group Anne
' . 1 1 1 i .i ! i ( 'raw lord, and Klizabeth
l-'lliel -an:; - ohis.
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Hall to :.ue Marie
in oi (o Kos.ihr tiol
( Kile. K V I) No. I
m ,. ,,i th to Mai y Mar
belli of Canton,
i I mi I is lo Kdna A 1 1 -both
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Hen T Colkitt left
two v eek' . tnp to
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Mary Wood Is
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wood, of
Klizabethlon, Tenn., have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Mary Wood to Wil
liam Izey Long, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Millard S. Long of
Seaboard. The marriage will take
place in the near future.
The bride-elect is the grand
daughter of Mrs. John N. Shool
bred and the late Mr. Shoolbred
of Waynesville. She is a graduate
of Milligan College, of Tennessee,
the University of North Carolina
and holds a Master's degree in
Knglish and dramatics from North
western University. She has taught
at Averlett College, Danville, Va.,
and during the fall taught dra
matics at the Florida's Women's
College, at Tallahassee. She has
done extensive work with the
North Carolina Playmakers.
Mr. Long is a graduate of the
University of North Carolina and
has also worked with the Carolina
I'laymakers. He has recently re
turned from the Pacific theater
where he had served for the past
two years with the armed forces.
Holh Mr. Long and Miss Wood
will be associated in the presenta
tion of "The Lost Colony" at Man
too, by the Carolina Playmakers
MKTHOniST WOMEN TO
MKET TUESDAY, MAY 14TH
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service will meet at the Meth
odist church, Tuesday, May 14th.
The meeting will begin at 3:30.
Mrs. Rufus L. Allen is spending
two weeks in Washington, D. C,
where she is visiting friends and
relatives. She will also attend the
luncheon of National Federation of
Press Women to be held there.
,111 lit y. Ark . is the
pioducing county in
AT LAST... RELIEF FOR
LUMBAGO, SWOLLEN JOINTS
ARTHRITIS. BACKACHE. NEURITIS
"Say, do I feci fweltt Not on ocht or pain
anywherr" That' what you'll OKclolm toy
fully whn you'vo tried thts marvloui new
discovery which i bringing undrcomcd-of
reher to thousands who had suffered for
years, who had tried everything, and were
beginning to think relict was impossible. Try
LAKEN'S 9 DROPS
On Sal At All Drug Storat
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Sony, We- il;ae (. y ;.. i Ami Ac Only Letting
Tilt'.-.' .; - oil 1 :. i ..! i.illTfd J-l'.t.
This sltipn n- :'', j'.-m.ci '.:") airs we have
dieixiL'tit .! ;t I ho 'a.-L thrtc inoiiths.
A $10,000 SUIT WOULD MEAN
TO MOST CAR OWNERS
'I'd ilrive a car wifhout insurance is to risk loss
nl your car. your home, your savings and even
;, I.ik share' of your FUTURK INCOME . . .
la tter not to drive at all than to take such a
l . ml hardy risk but BKTTKR YP7T to drive
with adequate insurance coverage. Let the
Insurance Comiany take the risk, pay the bills
and ro to court for you. The cost is SURPRIS
L ll DAVIS & CO.
Rentals Real Estate Insurance
Home Clubs Have
The Spring Federation meeting
of the Haywood county home dem
onstration clubs with Mrs. Paul
Robinson, president, member of the
Beaverdam club, which will ob
serve the National Home Demon
stration Week, will be open to the
public. The women of the com
munity are urged to attend and
learn what the rural women are
accomplishing in their clubs.
The meeting will be held on Fri
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in
the dining room of the First Metho
dist church here. The main fea
ture of the program will be the
illustrated lecture given by W. M
Kandess, head of riogram Expo
sition Unit, Agriculture relations
department, of the Tennessee Val
The devotional period will be
lead by Mrs. C. O. Newell .which
will be followed by a history of
home demonstration club work in
Haywood county, given bv .Mrs L.
Short talks will also be i iveu on
home demonstration work in its
various phases by a member from
each of the eighteen country clubs.
A number of visitors are expect
ed to be present for the meeting
and they will be recognized during
At the close of the meeting, there
will be a tea at which time mem
bers of the Jonathan and Fines
Creek clubs, numbering around
fifty will be hostesses.
The following ollicers of the
Jonathan Creek club will lie in
charge, Mrs. K. K. Owen, president;
Mrs. Lee Howell, vice president;
Mrs. G. B. Howell, secretary; Mrs.
Charlie Moody, treasurer; and Mrs.
Troy Leatherwood, chairman of the
committee. Serving and receiving
from the Fines Creek club will be:
Mrs. F. L. Stafford, president, Brs.
D. R. Noland, vice president; Mrs.
Dee Clark, secretary and treasurer.
All members of the two clubs will
assist the officers.
Fliers Safely 'Fall'
For 'Dunking Suit'
WASHINGTON The very latest in
Army Air Force fashions is the
"dunking suit," designed lo keep
the chap who has "hit the drink"
afloat and alive even for consider
able time in Arctic waters.
The AAF announced that it has
ordered 10,000 plasticaled cotton
immersion suits that are water
tight and can be put on over all
other clothing, including the "Mae
West" life preserver. A novice
can get it on in 30 seconds and an
expert in 10j
The light-weight garment will be
In Finland Backed
HELSINKI A committee ap
pointed to investigate means of
reducing the Government's over
head recommended that censorship
be abolished immediately because
it is proving too expensive.
During the first three months of
the year, the committee said, 56,
000 telephone conversations abroad
,v,n!tnrpri. of which 86 were
interrupted. Almost all were press
Of 234,000 telegrams which pass
ed through censorship, five were
reported delegated and one con
On the basis of these figures the
committee concluded that tele
phone and telegraph censorship
"no longer fulfills its purpose."
"Control almost without excep
tion has affected the newspapers,
who have other means of getting
forbidden news abroad," the com
SEA ROBIN CAUGHT
LOS ANGELES A 12-inch sea
robin, the first captured in the
Pacific ocean in 50 years, was hook
ed on a hand line about three miles
off nearby El Segundo, according
to a Scripps Institute of Oceanog
raphy report. The fish is fairly
common in Atlantic waters.
For your Bakery Needs
Will Always Find at
TASTY - DELICIOUS BArf
Cookies - Cake: -
Let Us Bake For You
The Lodge Dining Room
Near Country Club
DINNER ONLY STARTING TUESD
Friday Saturday Sunday and MAY 11
Monday, May 10-13, 5:30 to 8:00. Luncheon 12 to 2 Dinner Hit
LIMITED NUMBER GUEST ROOMS
MR. AND MRS. L. FEICHTER, Owners-Operators
The Toggery Has On
Sizes 34 to 42
Some Tropical Worsteds
Some Regular Weights.
Also Just Received
Men's Sport Co
Let Us Show You
W. HUGH MASSIK
W. HUGH MASSIE, Owner