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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE FIVE (First SeettonJ
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At Long's Chapel
Announcement has born made oi
the . marriage of Miss licrnur K
Golden, of Gettysburg. Pa . to Har
old E. Swope, of York, l'a , which
took place Sunday, August 2ii. at
Long's Chapel, Lake Junalu-k.i.
with the pastor, tin Rev Cecil I..
Heckard, pronouncing ihe os
Prior to the cercnunv. the church
organist gave a program of nuniial
music and for the processional and
the recessional, the traditional
The bride wore a lee! blue dress
with brown and w hite accc-soncs
and her corsage was of gardenia-.
The couple were attended by the
daughter and sou of the bride
groom. Miss Elaine Swope. maid of
honor, wore a pink and white dies
and corsage was also of gardenias
LeDane Swope served his father
as best man.
Mr. and Mrs. Swope plan to re
side in this section.
Miss Betsy Siler has as her faest
Miss Tumpic Hudson, of Shell,'.
Miss Siler anil Miss Hudson are
roommates at St. Mary's Junior
Mr. and Mrs. Paul I laker, of
Wilmington. Del. were the rccenl
guests of Mr. and Mrs. .John Lewis
of llazelwood. i
Hetty Ann Sell, who spent Ihe
summer with her grandparents. Mi
and Mrs. John V. Sell, in Allele
town. Pa., has returned in town
and joined her mother, Mrs. Glenn
Curl Hagan who with Mis llaoan
came here last week to attend Ihe
funeral of his fat hcr-in -law the
late W. L. McCrackcn. lias returned
to his home in Svlvania, Ga. Mrs.
Hagan is remaining over for a more
extended visit w ith her mot her.
As mm &k
Variation on a
I. lark an J while dinner dress.
Ey VjlA. WINSTON
Till-: TllL'.MK of this pretty
cveiiinir fi vl; is a smart modifica
tion of the pcionnial skirt-and-I'liMM-o
theme. Done in black and
white, it is youthful yet simply
smart. White eyelet embroidery
makes the top with a band of black
tiill'e'.a drawn up to make a crisp
l ow at the neck. The black taffeta
shirt is gathered on either side of
the snug1 waistline which has a
Mr. anil Mrs. Dewey Hyatt and
children. .1. D , Aaron, and Kathryn
find it in
Swiinsdown coats and suits.
fabric with Amur Toon trim. Sizes 10 to 18.
Becomes Bride Of
D. L. Rigby
Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Virginia Hlanche
Medford, daughter of Mrs Horace
Ferguson and the late Mr Fergu
son, of Wayresville, to D. L. Highy,
Jr.. of St. Petersburg. Kla , which
took place at the Columbia Pike
Methodist church in Arlington. Va
in a beautiful ceremony at 5:00
o'clock in the afternoon on Wednes
day, July 24
Amidst lighted cathedral candles,
palms, and gladioli, the Heverend
J. R. llalthis pronounced the vows,
using the double ring ceremony.
Miss Doris Grahl. niece of the
bride, accompanied by the church
organist sang. "Hecause." by
Dehardelot. The traditional wed
ding marches were used by the
The bride who was given in mar
riage by her hrorier. Captain
Charles L Ferguson, Medical Corps
U. S. Navy, wore a street length
dress of while cytrlet embroidery
Her accessories were in white and
her hat was an original model of
white roses. A corsage of varie
gated purple throated orchids com
pleted her bridal costume.
Immediately following the cere
mony the couple left for a wedding
trip to New York. For traveling
tin1 bride wore a smart black and
white ensemble with .ill black ac
cessories and her bridal corsage
The couple are now residing in
St. Petersburg, where the bride
groom is conneeled with Ihe Sea
board Hallway. They plan to visit
the bride's mother here the coining
spent the week-end in Newton and
Lenoir with relatives and friends.
Electric cords should hang
straight. They will last longer.
And makes much
ado about it short belted
with a band of fur
about the hemline. You'll
our exclusive collection of
In a pure wool Milliken
plus tax. Skirt $10.05.
B? CARRY CLEVELAND MYERS, Pk.D.
"DEAR Dr. Myers: 1 would
appreciate your suggestions in the
handling of practically the only
puzzling problem 1 havi. with my
little girl two years old. I er.joy
her company very much, and we
have wonderful experiences to
gether, and 1 consider her a happy,
well behaved, co-operative, under
"tihe has never refused to do
what is necessary in line of get
ting dressed, eating, going to the
bathroom, nor makes u;.y comment
when not allowed to touch things,
nor when 1 leave her for short
periods ulone, or for longer peri
ods with others. 1 try to n.akr
things pleasant and quick, but at
the same time having her assume
almost full responsibility for these
things. She does extremely well.
A Silly Streak
"However, it seems that she has
acquired a very silly 6treak, dur
ing which everything should be a
hugo game. She experiments at
mixing small portions of her food
togc'V-r, and holding her spoon in
either hand, in different positions,
even attempting to eat from the
handle. Vhen she is diessing, she
buttons the buttons purposely in
the wrong holes, and laces her
shoes wrong. In bed pho likes to
giggle and talk and sing, although
she is very tired, and does not
stand up or move about.
"She has until now uone these
things very well, with plenty of
conversation and praise and en
couragement, and no urging or
rushing. In fact, she has done so
well that it has been very pleasant.
I have seldom spanked her for
anything, and never threaten her
in any way. Sho still co-operates,
but in this 'silly manner. I
Tasty Dishes Can Be Made From
Sea Foods, Fresh Or Canned
Let's try :i sea food dinner to
il;. .v. whether you live far from
the sea or on its shores. You can
get the canned .sen foods and if
y. Li are a busy woman, they save
a lot of time.
Of course, lliey are never quile
as sntisLietory as the fresh va
nety, any more llian canned fruit
(in my estimation) ever is :is de
licious ;is liesh, but they are
handy and you can keep several
cans on the shell to prepare when
the spirit and family appetites
Deviled clams, scalloped clams
or creamed lobster, hashed brown
potatoes, cabbage salad, cookies
Deviled ( lams
2f fresh or canned clams
1 tbsp. butter or other fat
1 cup milk or cream
I lli-). flour
1! absp. bre.ul crumbs
2 egg yolks
I tbsp. chopped parsley
Salt and pepper
Drain clams and rinse in cold
water. Make white sauce ol fa',
Hour, milk or cream and put in
crumbs, raw egg yolks and pais
ley. Hcmnvo from lire, add clams,
chopped, pepper to ta .tc and salt
if needed, fill scallop or clam
shells or small ramekins with the
mixture, brush them over with
beaten egg yolk, sprinkle with
bread crumbs and brown in hot
oven (-Hid di g. F. ) Serves 4.
Scalloped ( l.ims
18 opened olams
fi large eh.ms in shells
4!! very small dice of fat bacon
I! tbsp. minced celery
4 ib.-p. cracker dust
2 tbsp. butler or other fat
Have Hie clams opened careful
ly, so that the shells will not be
broken. Clean the shells well
with brush and water and lay 2
clams in each half shell, dust with
white peppei, a bit of salt and
one-half t-p. minced celery, ad
ding 4 of the bacon dice. Cover
with a very thin layer of cracker
dust, put t.sp. lot on top, and
bake in the oven Ci.Kl-lhU (leg.
K.) la to :itl minutes. Serves (i.
( reamed Lobster
2 cups flesh or canned lobster
1 cup milk
1 cup soft bread crumbs
2 tsp. anchovy sauce
.'i tbsp. cicam
Salt, pepper and cayenne
Heat the milk and pour it over
tin' bread crumbs. When nearly
colli, add beaten eggs, lobster,
chopped fine, anchovy sauce, salt
and pepper and a large pinch of
cayenne. Stir well, then add
cream. Pour into an oiled mold,
cover with an oiled paper and
cam one hour. Serve with an
chovy or oilier fish sauce. Serves
FARM LOANS MAY RKTl'RX
TO PRIVATE BANKING
Some financiers think that gov
ernment lending will gradually
give way to private financing nnrl
point to the law recently signed
by the president which makes it
somewhat harder for farmers to
borrow from the government and
a little easier to secure funds
lrom bankers and other sources.
CURTAILS CREDIT BUYING
The Federal Reserve board has
announced restrictions designed to
prevent the expansion of con
sumer credit by controlling in
stallment buying and other forms
of credit. Chairman Marriner S.
Eccles believes that rigid control
must be maintained as long as
consumer goods are in short
enclose a self-addressed stamped
In answering this mother I
urged her to make clear to that
youngster the silly type. of be
havior she won't tolerate in her.
1 hope you don't class of the same
seriousness those types of behavi -i
you have named together. Only
one that you have named would
seem to warrant your grave con
cern, her mixing of foods. Since bo
gieat a nuisance may grow out of
it, you don't wish to let it go on.
Either serve her only one food
at a time or remove her food and
end her meal when she begins tho
mixing. If she responds well to the
word "No," just tell her once not
to do it. But, as a rule, either
spanking or chalr-jitting should be
avoided in connection with her
eating, lest it be associated in her
experience with certain foods or
with eating in general, reducing
However, to remove the food
should make her moie hungry at '
the next meal, provided she had
nothing to eat ir. the meanwhile.
Her silly ways with the spoon,
buttoning her clothes or lacing her
shoes don't strike me as serious
problems. Even her giggling and
singing after going to bed may
not warrant rebuke or punish
ment. By doing them she probably
finds she is just "getting your
goat." Then, too, sbe may be
Anything you can do by day to
provide her with a calm nnd quiet
utmosphere should help low
voice, silent radio, to name two
Instances. You seem to have won
so great success with that child
that you should be happy over all
your achievements. Do continue
with your gentleness, love ami
Mr. and Mrs. J. .. Buchanan, ol
llaclwood. announce the bulb ol
a son on August 21st.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cochran, of
I lael wood, announce the birth of
a son on August 21st.
Mr. ami Mrs. James Jones, ol
Waynesville, announce the birth ol
a daughter on August 21st.
Mr. and Mrs. Kugeiie Owen, of
Canton, R.F.I). No. :i, announce the
birth of a daughter on August 22nd
Mr and Mrs. J, W. Finney, of
Clyde, announce the birth ol a
daughter on August 22nd.
Mr. and Mrs. George SI les. ol
Waynesville, R.K.I). No. I. an
nounce the birth of a son on Aug
Mr. and Mrs. Krnesl Sutton, ol
I lael wood, announce the bulb of
a son on August 22nd.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mcssor. ol
Waynesville, R.K.I)., announce Ihe
birth of a daughter on August 2.'lrd.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cat hey, of
Waynesville, R.F.D. No. 2, an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Reno, of Can
ton, announce the birth of a (laugh
ter on August 24th.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gallowav. of
Waynesville, H.K.I). No. 2. an
iiounce the birth of a daughter on
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Franklin,
of Canton, announce the birlh ol
a son on August 2fth.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. lilalock, of
llazelwood. announce the birth ol
a daughter on August 2.rlli.
Mr. and Mrs. Milliard Sheehaii.
of Waynesville, announce the birth
of a daughter on August 2(ilh.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Masliburn. ol
llazelwood, announce the birth ol
a daughter on August 2(ith.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Cable, of Can
ton, announce the birth of a daugh
ter on August 26th.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tranth.ini
of Lake Junaluska, announce I lie
birth of a son on August 2(ilh.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leopard, ol
Waynesville. announce the birth ol
a son on August 27th.
TO NEEDY BY GOVERNMENT
The federal government is now
offering to pay a larger .share llu.ii
the states in extending assistance
to the aged, the blind and depend
ent children. A recent amendment
to the Social Security act pro
vides for increases in these pro
grams in which 3,000.000 per.-on-are
receiving assistance. Hereto
fore, the government has matched
a state's payment dollar for dol
lar, with a maximum of $20 a
month in any one case. Now, the
federal government will pay Iwi
thirds up to $15 and one-half ol
the amount above $15, with a top
contribution of $25.
Slice large carrots crosswise in
thin slices. Chill thoroughly in re
frigerator, placing in ice water un
less very fresh. Spread with pea
nut butter. t
Mrs. J. Colvin Brown
Returns lVo:n Tw o Weeks
Visit In K.istern Carolina
Mrs .1 ( I ,i , , ,s i ,-i in ned
from a i -.' . r . .' ' . : n pal t et
the st. it.- -;,. - ! m a v, et k in
Manti o wil l- : w ,.s tonic,! o c;
I he w .. ek in . i . in i h.i -h..nd and
her son . .1 i I li . a 1 1 ,1 1 . wh ba
boon reci ;nl. oi m 1 i.t i .led 1 linn tin
While ill ! it.t. i Hi. ', a; : ended
a pel I oi o i. ii .i . hi ' ! no 1 .o -1 I 'ol
I'll. ." Mrs w n at t oai'.'anied
Mr. liu.wii i " U i . -' 1 1 1 1 -s , 1 1 e 1 1 1
w here sin- -1 ii i .! ,i .. ... k Mr I'.rown
W ho Is In .1,1 , , .. , .(!,.!, pi
gram ol t la .. ' !, ( a ohi,., el -el
ans ,i a-: ; . : ! r 1 ,. o io.o i a .. i to
1 1 e . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a l ' 1 1 i . in iliai'ii-S.ilt :;i
Mis c 1 ! Mi! in t be toi n.ei
Miss ( )pal I lo . ell . i- ii -il no; 1 1 la
1 1 es in I he i en nl ' Mis Milan
loi nu l l;. li ed in .Miami but she
and her lui-liaiu!, who h eonuecled
Willi a bank in Miaou, now reside
111 Coral Gables
Airs I; nl Ii I Si s . w ho has been
i i it i no In r t . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ) i r Mi -. ,1 anics
Mood.i do n ir , the a . i . a ur. is lea -I
in1 lor I lei i is i , a I V . w here
she will be Ihe : la . i I her d.lllull
lei , .Ml s 1 ),n , i 'as,
Mr ...id '. I 'kms Sh.a klmi',
.iii.l I wo t lakh , Ii., . ,- ai in , ,1 In;
a i .1 v. ! ll.- i . ' i ' '. i I s mo! In i
Mi s-h. a On .i lia Ii. i ii li ..einn : ii-
1 be Mlii.il. I t I , i i .ll o. I ll ( .11 o-
hn.i .'-'..a.- ( ,..i, -, Vi h. -ii Mi
Ml.iikl.H I he. ll. I . he Will go
in i. . i :, a i i . i - ii ; . m in i e in
i 1 1 I Villi, I at I 1 . I 'i . ill :'l i e.
llOMK I l KMSllIN.iK
Ut I'.iiii Sa-, We Have It All . . . Hut wc have most
e i i I liine to make the home more comfortable.
PAY I S A VISIT
Your I'llll.CO and l!C. VICTOR Dealer
And Other Allied Lines.
( 1'l'KMTl RK COMPANY
On the Niiii.iic Clyde N. C.
For those who hold register
numbers from 200 to 525.
. J." s
A ;nr lias )., n ,u( asiile
I'm' each re:.'istt'i' number
i'l'ulll 'J ! to '".
NO XI. I'D TO 11UKUY
We will ki't'p them two
weeks for you. A
'"!. We Have Only
I.. :';:i-' These Apply on
NOTE . . .
We have a few paii's of Nylons that have not
l.een ca'!eI for by those who registered from
one to 'two hundred. Please check and see if
you have votirs.
The Haywood county Home De
mon st rat ion clubs w ill have as their1
mi Ii j e c t program features on
"Finishing touches for the Home",
'according to an announcement by
the unity home agents, Miss Mary
Margaret Smith and Miss Helen
Sin il h.
The schedule for the first two
wicks in the month will be as fol
lows; Bcavcrdam club with Mrs.
.1 F. Wlutted, on Tuesday, Sept,
:iid at 2.00 o'clock; Allen's Creek
club with Mrs. C. L Allen on Wed
nesday, the 4th at 2:00 o'clock;
Oellwood dub with Mrs. Frank
Henry ou Thursday, the 5th at
2 01) o'clock.
Jonathan Creek club with Mrs.
li. F. Owen on Friday, the 6th at
2:00 o'clock: Morning star club
with Mrs. Robert Atkinson on Mon
day, the !)th at 2:00 o'clock; Maple
Clove Club with Mrs. Roy High
lower, on Tuesday, the 10th, at
Francis Cove meeting will be
held on Wednesday, the 11th, with
place to be announced later; Fines
('n ek club will meet at the Fines
( reek school on Thursday, the 12th
ai 2 no o'clock; Iron Duff club with
Mi T C Davis at 2:00 o'clock on
I i i.ko ihe nth; Ratcliff cove club
with Mis . C. Francis on Mon
d.A . the I (ilh at 2:00 o'clock.
( lici k Buttons
Chi rk buttons for tightness onci
o a while.
Pairs and Art; Only
the Registered List.