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Thompson-Ratcliff Wedding Which
Took Place In July Announced
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Outside and Inside
s Home Appliance
Announcement has hpn marf f
the marriage of Miss Frances
Thompson, daughter of C. L.
lhompson and the latp Mrs M
Henry Thompson, of Mocksville. to
nuius Katciilf. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Ratcliff. of Waynesville, R. F. D.
No. 1. The marriaee took jIdop
at the First Methodist Phnrrh nr.
Wednesday, July, 31 at 8:00 o'clock
in the morning. The Rev. Paul
Townsend, pastor of the church
pronounced the vows, .using the
double ring ceremony.
For the occasion the altar of the
church was arranged with floor
baskets of white gladioli against a
background of greenery.
Prior to taking the vows a pro
gram of nuptial music was present
ed by Mrs. W. L. Matney, organist
and Mrs. Fred Calhoun, vocalist.
For her marriage the bride wore
a while flannel suit with white ac
cessories. She carried a whit
pjayer book to which was attached
white orchids and white rosebuds.
Immediately following the cere
mony the couple left for a short
wedding trip after which thev re
turned to Waynesville. where thev
Durself a Lovely tTf;.
iDMit at Home vlC!liflT
ids of women are lltt( VlW t ft li
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homf. Vou can do It, too jjdfak'flfc I
i irntle even tor baby fine lF"z!'itS
professional-looking, lonf- IS l!BS(ifc
rtttrt C WAV-IT IIOMK If
WENT WAVE KIT, It ;.J
t ind ready to use. NO IS If J
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DRl'G STORE rj
Of John King
Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Miss Marjorie
Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Harrison Davis, of Clvde. R. F D
No. 1 to John Kin,;, son of Mrs.
Jessie King, and th late Denthrus
King, of Scanton, Punn. The mar
riage iook place in a double ring
ceremony on Saturday, July, 20
m Grace Methodist Church of
Baltimore, Md. The Rev. Charles
B. Robey pronounced the vows.
The bride wore a street length
dress of white celenase sandswept
material and I er accessories were
in whitn. She wore a corsage of
The bridegroom was recently dis
charged from the armed forces hav
ing served for twenty-eight months
in the service, nineteen of which
were overseas with the Parachute
Infantry of the 82nd Airborne Divi
Phe couple will make their home
Rev. and Mrs. Madison
At Lake Junaluska
Slated For St.
A three-day bazaar will be held
in SI. John's Auditorium Thursday
tthe benefit of SI John's Sclnm!
Rev. and Mrs. Clay Madison and Charles Kurtatio Ids been named
small son David are visiting at I.ake I chairman of '.he bazaar The cotn
Junaluska, where the former is at- i nultee in charge of arrangements
tending a conference. Mr. Madison ! consists of Mrs. Michael Skeffing
is a former pastor of the First ton. Mrs Frederick Marx. Miss
Methodist Church here and last I Lorraine Martel. Miss K'inhcth
fall after serving his alloled tini, I W.-i-.::.;. Mk iw.ti m
ATHLETES FOOT ITCH
NOT HARD TO KILL.
IN ONE HOUR,
If nut I'V.ise,!, vmir S.'.c bark at any itnis
M'i I I Ol . a STItoVI ftitiarii i.te. '.ntiiinti
'""; jl,..l,. IT I'KNKTRATKS. K.a.-ha
MOHK B.-iina Ml.l. the mli. TihIjj- al
snclhs I 'I it; Store.
A transparent ruler used by high
school members of the family in
geometry classes can serve well In
the sewing room, for measuring
bems, seams and spaces between
Miss Mimi Gorslinc, daughter of I
Mrs. Jefferson Reeves IS Upending
the summer In Windsor, Conn.
Sells Exquisite Rugs
m The Honorable Bert Fish
We And The Seely Castle
These rugs were brought to Iveys for quick dis
posal by the estates. They know we will sell these
gorgeous rugs with no more fuss than we sell pots
ad pans . . that's why you will get them without
any shop prices 1
FROM THE SEELY CASTLE COLLECTION:
' 1 I'3"x22'3" all over small pattern in blue and
' IfcTrS" blue field with red and gold all
ov pattern 1550.00
' 17'9"24,4" red field with blue and gold all
over pattern i 1650.00
FROM THE FISH ESTATE:
' Silk Kashan. 4'i"xT
1 Silk Tarbriz Prayer Rug, Axb'7" 350.00
emi-antique Bokara, 3'8"x6'9'
B'xie'Q" Semi-antique Tabriz, blue field with
fd and gold border and medallion. 2600.00
. ? are open to buy any fine Oriental Rugs for cash' , , , Jronj
--" muiviuuais or trustees ox
PJI&rr&, rug - EQURTB ELpofi
here was sent to Hickory when
is pastor of a church there
Mrs. Aaron Provost
Book Club Meeting
Mrs. Aaron Provost will he hos
tess of a meeting on Wednesday
of the Waynesville Book Club. ;it
her home at 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs,
Ben Colkitt. president. nresirtiim
Maurice Geoff J y. director of the
Summer Players will he in charge
of the program and will present
two of the actresses from liis eroun
Miss Electra Ballon and Km.
Bailey Stokes, guest artist.
Kat hleen Allium,
atured at the baaar are hoot lis
t.uuy -work, baked and pre
served fond, parcel post sale and
rummage sale. The bazaar hall is
open each day from 4:30 through
10:30 IV M. Claim's will he played
each night and short order refresh
! AT LAST... RELIEF FOR
LUMBAGO, SWOLLEN JOINTS
ARTHRITIS, BACKACHE. NEURITIS
Say( do I feci swell! Not an acho or pain
anywher." Thot't what you'll exclaim joy
tally when you'v. tried this marvelous new
I . r "in uiihijiiiij ynuicamrg-gr
rcltct to thousands who had suffered tor
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
had as (hoir fiursts during Ww past
week Mr and Mi s. Howard How -
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fll . XJ VIIIHUl HI 1 if 1 1 1 -
mole. Md- I Smith s Cut-Kate IniB Store
UKMKMBKR XK ONK
YOU JUST CAN'T
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w ininn is; iitt wg impoillDia. I ry
LAKEN'S 9 DROPS
vn sf ms ii urug rors
Visit Belk-Hudson's Baby Department
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'Si- -&v, 4Vite&
v; 7 or
EVERY DAY PEOPLE REMARK:
"I've Hunted Everywhere - - -I
Didn't Know Raiff s Handle
And When They Hear We Only Ask
3; SaW 'MpP
If You're Heir - Minded
Your Best Friend Is
Tlicn you'll want to hurry right down to
our shop and .select the layette and little
pretties for your expected eheruli or
buy that k 1'L for the Stork Shower
and the stork, himself! HverythinK a
Ki!y needs is here!
For Metal Blinds
Any Size to 36"
They Are Greatly Surprised . . . You
Will Be, Too, When You See Them!
And What's More We're Taking
SPECIAL SIZE ORDERS
So coino liK.'il away, while our stock Is here. Trices will soon
lie raised by manufacturer.
HERE ARE HARD-TO-FINDS
At I-as't ! An oxc-i'llenl quality monk's
cloth in a very pretty chevron design.
Hum for ours
Handsome, sturdy; solid
aluminum frame with red
leatherette hacks and seats.
O.P.A. Ceilinn $10 !IS
Thousands of Yards of
CURTAIN MATERIALS ... At
69c - 79c - 89c
V. Vs., VT . ' - '
THK NKW RAHY
Shirts ,'5!)c up
Bootees 68c up
Sacques $1.98 up
Rubber Pants 39c up
Sweaters $2.29 up
Huntings $1.18 up
Wash Cloths 10c
Blankets $2.18 up
Stuffed Toys ....$1.98 up
Dresses $1-25 up
Rubber Sheeting $1.29 yd
Bassinets $4.9. up
Just In - - Lovely
SPREADS . . . Only
Full 4'4-qt. capacity, made of heavy
aluminum, and approved by I'nder
wrlters for safely. Ilutiy in for yours.
And remember, they are strictly aulo
Cl 1 QC malic, with no pressine KUae to
White enamel finish with 1 1x20
inch mirror door. While supply
lasts, buy them at this wonder
fully low price.
Air King Radios
With Short Wave Antenna!
These arc real QUALITY Radios, built to
yiw Iuiil; service, with 90-day Guarantee.
They bring in your favorite local and net
work programs with volume and clarity of
tone, and the short wave antenna amply
supplies tone and volume.
Also a Large Supply of PLYMOUTH Tabic Model Radios of
R C'. V Patent Selling at RAIFF'S ' COC OR ,,A
You'll find the Largest Selections and the
Best Values in Housefiirnishings al
"The Largest Baby Department in Haywood"
''Home of Better Values'"
RAIFF'S of Canton
Canton, N. C.
I am enclosing Check 1'. O. Money Order or
you may send C.O.D. and I will remit promptly for the follow
ing items advertised today. (NOTE: Please include 3't Salts