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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Hill-Whitfield Wedding To Take
Place In Church In Hillsboro
The marringo of Miss Cntlicnno
HnrdinR T I i 1 1 , daughter of t ho lntc
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hill of New
York City, and granddaughter ol
Mrs. Charles K. Thomas of Waynes
villo, with whom she has ma'1." her
home for several years, to !teiii,
A. Whitfield, son of Judge and
Mrs. Henry A. Whitfield, of Chapel
Hill, will take plaee tomorrow alt
el noon in Hillshoro The vow-- will
be spoken in St. Matthews l-'.niseo-pal
ehiirch, which was ereetod on
land L'iven the parish by the bride's
ereal - meat grandfather, Judge
Thomas II. Hullin.
l-'olhiHing the ceremony at the
church ,1 reception will be held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haul Col
lins, cousins of the bride
The bride-fleet is a graduate of
AiMios Scott college, prior to which
she attended Wyckham School lor
Girls. She also took graduate work
in sociology at the l'niver-ily of
orlh Carolina. She taught for one
car at SI. John's here and at the
time of her marriage is employed
as a social worker in Durham.
The bridegroom-elect is a vet
eran of World War II and is major
ing in mechanical engineering ai
North Carolina State College,
when' he is a member of the senior
Mr. and Mrs. William Provost,
the latter a sister of the bride, and
Thomas Hill, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
brother, have gone to Chapel Hill
and will allend the marriaL'e on
Quartette To Be
Here On Sept. 12
The Siherlone nuarle! le w ill
gie a concert at (he Ml. Oliw
Baptist church on Thur-dav, Sept
The ecnt i-
t'.-.M o'l lock,
A speiial section
served for wind
I'riend- of tli
RIVER SIDK AM) ANTIOf II
Hev. Gay Chambers, pastor.
Sunday school meets at 10:00
with the superintendent. Mr. frank
Sorrells, in charge.
R.T.U. will meet at 7:30 with the
director, J. K. Iiurnette, in charge.
On Wednesday evening at T.alO
prayer service and choir practice
will he held. Mr. and Mrs. Kluyil
Ilui-nelte will have charge of choir
practice and Mr. Hoberl Clarke will
lead the prayer service.
Sunday school w ill meet at 10 00
with Mr. J L. McElroy, the super
intendent, in charge.
The pastor will bring the morn
ing sermon at 1 1 o'clock
A baptizing ic-rvice will be held
al 2 :i(). Everyone is invited.
LOST AM) FOl'M)
WE I.DSTOF.. England -There
was a slight delay in court bu-i-mws
while attendants dredged up
the witness - swearing Testament
from the handbag of a previous
MRS. I ' I t ; A It Ill'KNIJTi:
SNirU" Wild .-uid daii'dder.
Mildred, have returned to Virginia
after spending l wo uoeks vacation
ing al the heme ol Mr and Mrs.
.lame- MiHei . Mr. Wihl i- the latter-
MI SICAI. IMtOGIiWl CIVI'V
A ( j 1 1 a it el i e compn-cd of Mr
Wa.d, Mr. I'n--!e. ol Canton,
and Mi- Mihhed Wild, and
' SiioilN ' Wild, of Vii'.'iui.i, sang
a grouo ot mhil'- al 1 he hivei-ddr
chilli li follov mg tin- Sunday school
B.T.I'. GKOl I' MI'I IS
The li T I', veneral a einbh pro
gram mwn by tbi' adult member
group L:ae a mu-ieal progi'am.
with a quartette composed of Mr
and Mr-. J. Edgar Huinette, How
ard lieece, ed Moody and Mi
Grace la win. piani-t, The Kev.
and Mrs. Jo- H.ulev, Methodi-t
mini-t) r. who are i-iling the hit
ter's -i-!er. Mi- l.oekie Grooms,
rendered special mii-ir
Mr. and Mr-. Wililam Garbe,
and sons, William, Jr . and David,
id I )et nut . -pent a week's visit at
the home of Mr- Harbin Itiunelt
and M'-s Maia t handier :. Mrs.
I'.iii n, i I i Mi-. i.ii ber's niol her
On Suedav they motored to Anion
to vi-it Mr. and Mr-. W'inl'nrd
Hughes and familv ( )n Monda;,
I hey w ere eui" I ; for d I nner al the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ander-on
1 1 uski y. ( In T'liu I'sdav I hey wen '
fiie-i-t of Mr and Mrs. Edvar l!nr
Mrs 1'i.irl M il 'rove, fourth
grade' ten Pel- at Veil, is back alio
a W eek's d'lle d li flu
I'K'Mf III I I)
The Cieil Home Demonstration
club held their regular August
picnic Hireling at the home of
Mrs Gov I're-sli y on Wednesday.
BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN
A birthday dinner was given
on Eridav evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Moody lor then
son Hoy, with the following guests
present: Mis; Alma Chambers, Mis
Harbin Burnett, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Burnett, Mr and Mrs. Win
Garbe. and sons William, Jr., and
l)l. is. of Del roit.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Black, of
.Canton, announce the birth of a
-on on Aieji-I
Mr and Mi-. James Grasly, of
Wanesville, announce the birth ol
a sin on August
Mr. and Mrs. Harry En-ley. of
('allien. aimouiKe tiie birth ot a
i'.iii iter on August 2'.l.
Vr and Mrs. Mark .lone- , of ( ak
Bid'.je, Trim, announce 1 he hirili
ol a daughter on Aiiuust :!!).
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. MrElrr.ilh. of
('anion, announce the birlh of a
d.'imhtcr on August "it
Mr. and Mis I. !) Grail, of Can
Ion, announce the birth of a son
on August ::u
Miss Mary Patricia Gwyn
To Be Presented At N. C.
State Debutante Ball
Mi M r. Patricia Gwy n, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mis. T. Lenoir
Gwyn, of Va ne- i I !e, will be pre-
sented al the North Carolina State
Debutante i! dl in Raleigh on Eri- f
day ovcni!!.:. s, ..leinber Eilh. The j
ball ;i- hi -i held in September,!
day for Richmond, Va., where -will
teach this year at St. I';"
erine's school for girls.
t iiu-uai in
this year :
r. -pi, h oii d by (he
an Club of Kaleigh.
lei-esl centers in the ball
nice it is the first held
Rl'BIN'-MOODV R I . I ' V ! ' "
The Rubin-Moody f.unih rcui ion
will be held Sund.iv, Si pt ::. at
the home of Mrs. Martha I'lott ;u
Wajne.sville. All members of the
families are invited to allend. A
picnic lunch will be held.
!Mrs. Hannah Wins
Mrs. W. T. Hannah won the St
John's bridge tournament Weclnes-,
day night. Mrs. E. A. McElroy won I
The tournament brings to a close
a -cries of bridge parties held dur-(
ing summer in St. John's auditor
ium, at which a total of S2H8.H7 i
was raised for the benefit of St.!
John's school. ;
Mr and Mrs. M J. Woodv, of
a lie si i lie, I onto 1 , announce the
bin h of a son on AuguM iill.
Mr. and Mrs. Aivcll Allen, of
Clyde, announce I he birth of a.
daughter on August HI.
Mr. and Mis. Clilford Jones, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
son on August ,'il.
Mr. and Mrs. William Willis, of
Canton, Heinle 1, announce the
birth of a -on on August HI.
Mr and Mrs. Kay Riddle, ol
Wav nes die. Route 1, announce I be
birlh of a daughter on Aucii-I lil.
Air. and Mrs W C. Ilipps of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on Niigu-I III.
Mr anil Mrs. Troy S. Rogers, of
Va no -v die. Routt' I . atinoiin'e the
birlh of a son of September
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert I. .mini:,
ol' W'a iiesville, Route 1, annniino"
the birlh of a daughter on Sep-
n i- a eraduate of the
liool, SI. Mary's Junior j
Raleigh, and this summer!
was L'i-."-i!aled from Randolph-'
Macon '.', a aan's College, Lynch-'
burg. Va., v., Mi an A.M. degree in
economics and sociology. She is '
a member of the Phi Beta Phi:
national sorority and Omega hon
orary ,ociety, was a member of the
R'Hil May Court and was featured
in the beauty section of the college
yearbook. Miss Gwyn left ye.ster-
Air. and Mrs. Bill Tolley, of
Candler, announce the birth of a
daughter on September 2.
Mr. and Airs. Louie Curtis, of
Waynes; ille. announce the birth of
a dait'.'hter on September 2.
Mr. and Mr; Robert Bradley, of
lla'elwood. announce the birth of
a -on on September '2.
Mr. and Airs. James Evansnn, of
Way ne v : i le. announce I he birth of
daughter on September ".
Air. .mil Mrs. Richard Campbell,
of I lol Sin in'-, announce the birth
of a son on September !.
Mr. and A':-. Iwanl Free, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on September 5.
When beating egg v.hites, make a
little more by adding one-fourth tea
spoonful of cold water i.nd a piiu-h
of salt for each egg while hefoia
The legends regarding the holly !
date back to the Druids, who be
lieved the evergreen leaves of the
holly were proof that the sun never
deserted it and it was therefore
sacred. Legend also says that -the
crown of thorns was composed of
holly, and that before the crueffix
ion the berries were white, but j
turned crimson, like drops of b:ood,
Ecusta Square Dancers Vy
Honors In Labor Dn-v !n
Tl. .. T- . . .
'" r.cu aa sq iare-(lance le:
wi'.h -'Speedy" Joni s as caller .
Mrs. Jack Alexanc'c ;i- ,.nu ,
lady, exhibited a sv j-.h and m , ,
ful sty le of danr mg to w in the e,,
test that coiich.ded Canton's Lab
Day celebration Monday night
Eight other aauis competed at
all performed wilh different -t
The Champion Y team. ,, , ,1 ;
the youngest present, and aho ,
girls in special costumes and
boys in slacks and T-shirts, , i
combined fast feel . w ,,,.(.'
.smooth execution of nmnbei
brought in the second prize Tl,,
place went to the 1'igeon all,
team, with Albert Burnett as cad.
anil Airs. Dorothy Parker Kni
a; leading lady.
Judges of the squa'-e-dancin
which was witnessed by a lai-
crown, were w. farl Ship,,,,-,,, i t sr i, r,
we Say at Kay's
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The Foggy Mountain Rangers of
radio station WWVC presented a
program al the Cecil school on
Friday evening. The performance
was well attended
B.T.I'. HOLDS PICNIC
All depart men! s ol I he lii er-ido
B Tt enjoyed a picnic supper on
the .iimch grounds wuh games
being pl.ni d an hour rci eding
th' picnic follow mg Hie names
and picnic, the monthly business
se-sion was held.
CI.ONTZ ltl l NTON IIEI.I)
The Clonl reunion was held
on Labor l)a at I he summer home
of Mr. and Airs. W. c. Clonl, with
a large number attending.
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Contain a large variety of fatty acids
and others contain comparatively
few types. When extracted from fat
some of these fatty acids are solid,
some are liquid and some are volatile.
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