THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
PAGE THREE (First ScctionT
Ejst Society of Christian
gold Annum umiiei
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UsS c.i Methodist
'Mrs S H. Bush
'llh and Mrs.
kpre: " r.-.e of the
j;ul Townsend gave
lld dinner serv
rbv ,-ed candles wun
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l!t and the following
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L'e number two, giv-
the 111(1 .-I )(JI1 US UU1-
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ol the iliniiei .
Ferguson gave the re-
Cirilc Number uiree;
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.,,; M;s Kulus Slier
fc'eslcyaii Cliukl, circle
; the business women oi
oi the various pro-
.k(iHu. l.v I lie Society
jli Noble Garrett,
Rniiei's. A t rs. Kermit
s. Je.- Ci ousel', Mrs.
u Main Street
Mary Barber Entertain
December C.A.R. Meet
Elizabeth and Mary Barber,
young daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard N. Barber, Jr., were host
esses of the December meeting of
the Joseph Howell Chapter of the
Children of the American Revolu
tion at the home of their parents
on last Wednesday afternoon, with
Mrs. J. Harden" Howell, adult direc
tor in charge.
A Christinas program was pie-
Ernest J. Hyatt, Mrs. J. Harden
Howell, Mrs. M. H. Ferguson. Mrs.
George BischofT, Mrs. John M
Queen, Mrs. J. R. Boyd.
Mrs. Grover C. Davis paid tribute
to the officers of the Society and
the older members, who were rec
ognized. Mrs. John K. Boone was
presented win a bunch of red car
nations, and it was announced that
similar (lowers would be taken to
three other of the older members,
who were sick and unable to at
tend, Mrs. H. G. West. Mrs. Annie
Massie and Mrs. J. Howell Way.
Mrs. Bushnell also presented
each chairman of the circle and the
officers with a red carnation, which
were distributed by the president's
granddaughter, Linda Sloan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
A program of Christmas music
was rendered by a group of solo
ists with Mrs. Fied Martin direct
ing and Mrs. W. L. Matney serv
ing as accompanist. There was also
assembly singing by the members.
Christmas Special I
CO Machineless Cream Oil
MACHINE PERMANENT S
$6.50 and Up i
AMIS. CLAUDE BROWN gj
yelfe Beauty Shoppe
'Be sure to make this Christmas a memorable date
with a gift from
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(JEWELERS SINCE 1865)
Gives Party For
Mrs. Ned Howell
Mrs. Leon M. Killian. Jr. enter
tained with a bridge party and
towel shower at her home on the
Balsam Road on Thursday evening
as a courtesy to Mrs. Ned Howell,
the former Miss Betty Burgin,
whose marriage took place in Ken
tucky on October 29th.
When the scores were totaled fol
lowing several progressions of con
tract. Mrs. Ned Howell was found
to hold the top figure and Mrs.
Porter Frady was the winner of the
low score prize. Mrs Howell was
presented with a number of lovely
towels and bath accessories by the
The guest list included in addi
tion to the honor guest, her moth
er. Mrs. Charles Burgin, Mrs.
Bruce Jaynes, Mrs. Calvin Me
Daniels. Mrs. Tom Kirkpatrick,
Mrs. Porter Frady, Mrs. Bud Bla
lock. and Miss Betty Gene Alley.
The hostess served a salad
To Have Charge Of
DAR December Meet
The December meeting of the
Dorcas Bell Love Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution will be held with Mrs. T
Lenoir Gwyn on Friday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. As is the annual
custom for the December meeting
the program will center around
American Music. Miss Margaret
Stringfield will be in charge of the
Mrs. John M. Queen will review
the national magazine. All mem
bers are urged to be present by the
regent, Mrs. W. F. Swift.
Mrs G. N. Henson and her son
W. M. Henson of Forest City were
the guests during the week of the
former's sister, Mrs. O. R. Mar
tin. sented with the following numbers
being given: Linda Sloan, gave the
Christmas story according to St.
Luke: Elizabeth Barber played a
piano solo, "Dreamland"; Allan
Hart read a poem, "There Will Al
ways Be a Christmas"; Anne Har
din told the story of "The Princess
Gertrude"; Linda Sloan played
"Silent Night"; Harriet Gibson
gave an illustrated reading of "The
Night Before Christmas". The pro
gram closed with the singing of
"Silent Night and the CAR song,
with Allan Hart, serving as accom
panist. Announcement was made of the
next meeting to be held in Janu
ary, with Stanford Massie as host.
The young hostesses were assist
ed by their mother in serving re
A: -at? 4 .jtH"
MRS. KENNETH ROGKRS, whose
Saturday morning, November 2, at the West
parsonage in Canton. Prior to her marriage
Lucile Relha Dayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Rogers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cauley
Demonstration Farmers And
Home Clubs Give Luncheon
Following the presentation of
ifco (.i;m . if th .ninual Achieve-1
ment Day program sponsored by
the farm groups of Haywood coun
ty the Demonstration Farmers and
the Haywood County Home Dem
onstration clubs were hosts of .1
luncheon honoring the visitors ii:
town for the meeting.
The luncheon was given at Way
side Lodge and the long tables it
which the guests were seated were
arranged in Chri-lmas green; , with
each place marked by favors o'
fruits and nuts done up in Christ
mas packages and tied with red
Jonathan 11. Woody presided and
introduced a number of the visi
tors, and extended a welcome to
all those present. In closing the
program he presented Senator
Hoey with a box of Barber apples.
The members of the Demonstra
tion clubs in charge of the decora
tions, were: Mrs. Paul Hyatt, Mrs.
W. 1). Ketner, Mrs. Mark Fergu
son, and Mrs. C. C. Francis.
Among those invited to the lun
cheon were Solvit or Clyde K. Hoey,
Mary Stuart Stentz Is Married
At Church Ceremony In Shelby
The marriage of Miss Mary
Stuart Stent., daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Dale SU ill., lorinei ly of
Wavnesville to George Maxlon
Brown, both now of Shcll
place on Saturday
veinber 30. at
y o'clock ill Central
Methodist Chineli. Shelby. Tin
liev. Arthur Kale, pastor, conduct
i'il Ihe sinulc riim cd iiiioii lor tin
A white background marked the
altar, which was covered with sun- j
las and starred with white ehrs-t
antheinums. Large baskets of w hile t
chrysanthemums and candelabra;
holding while tapers were used on
each side of the altar and in the,
center, and on the pulpit . an elfee-
live arrangement was made of an j
open Bible with white tapers mi
either side. I
Mrs. ,1. J. Ilarligan was organist i
and Miss Jane Slclilz and George
Stent, the latter of Charlotre, sis- :
ter and brother of Hie bride, were
soloists for the program of wed- j
ding music given prior to taking:
The bride entered the church
with her father. J. Dale Stent
who gave her in marriage. She
wore a gown of white satin made ;
with lull sleeves to the elbow and j
closely fitted at the wrists, a fit- j
ted bodice, sweetheart neckline.
with loops of satin forming flowers j
at the shoulders and a skirt with 1
a short train. She wore a finger !
tip veil of tulle w ith a Juliet cap ,
of the same material and carried
an arm bouquet of white gladioli
gypsopheila and tuberoses. cen- :
tered with a white orchid.
Miss Jane Stentz. only sister of '
the bride attended her as maid of
honor. She wore a gown of yellow .
with a fitted lace bodice and fash
ioned with a bouffant skirt. She ;
carried an arm bouquet of yellow i
and rust chrysanthemums.
Susan Stentz, daughter of Mr. j
and Mrs. George Stentz of Char
lotte, and niece of the bride was
flower girl. She wore a miniature ,
copy of the maid of honor's grown
and carried a basket of yellow and i
Master David Stentz. Jr.. son of
Mrs. Hazeltine Swift Stentz of I
Waynesville and the late Captain j
David Stentz. nephew of the bride j
was ring bearer.
Reid Brown, of Mooresville,
brother of the bridegroom was best
man and Phil Alexander, Jr.. of
Mooresville. cousin of the bride-
took place af 9:30 o'clock
Canton Baptist church
Mrs. Rogers was Miss
T. J. Dayton of Canton.
Roger; of Fines Creek.
of Shelby juid Washington. W. J
Daintolt, of Canton and Asheville
John W .Goodman, of Raleigh, as
sistant director of the N. C. Exten
sion Service, R W. Shoffner, dis
trict farm agent, W. B. Collins, of
Asheville, TVA supervisor of this
district. Frank Jeter, of Raleigh,
agriculture editor of Extension
Service, Mrs. P:iuline llotchkiss, of
Asheville, district home agent at
Jonathan 11. Woody, Charles K.
Ray, .1 1 , J . L. Westmoreland, Wil
liam Mcdford, Wayne Corpcning,
David Underwood, Mr. and Mrs.
T. Lenoir Gwyn. George A. Brown,
Jr.. Dr. .1. L. Beeves, Mrs. W. D.
Ketner. Mrs. Ruth Carpenter, Miss
Mary Margaret Smith. Miss Helen
Smith, H. E. Stallings, Gordon Cor-
neiiint; Win. liobinson. Mrs. J. L
Cannon. Paul Daus. Howard Clapp,
Mrs. Henry Francis, Aaron Provost,
). .1. Noland. lack Messer, John
llipps. .1. E. Massie, Noble Garrett,
Bob Sutton. T. W. Cat hey, Johnny
Edwards, Ilielh lialclilf, Mrs. Ed
Glavich. and Mr. Playford, ol Hen
' groom and Frank W. Wall. Everett
15. White., and Jack Mabry. all of
Shelby were ushers.
Following the wedding. Mr. and
Mrs. Stent., parents of the bride
cnlerl aiiied at a t eccpl ion at I he
Woman's 'lub bouse lieceiving
Willi Ihe hosts were Ihe bride and
! bridegroom, their bridal party, and
Mrs. K. A. While
ville mother ol
the ol Moores
and Mr. White.
Mrs. .lean Schonck
Clde Short rocoiwd
it the front
Roger Laughridge cut
he wedding cake, Mrs.
lloylo and Mrs. John Me
sa! at the ends of the coffee
table to pour coffee, and others
who helped to entertain were Mrs.
Alma McGowan. Mr-. C. S. Young.
Mrs. Oscar I'alnu r. Mrs. J. (). Lulz,
Misses Mary Porter. Elizabeth Rob
erts. Dorothy Austell. Jane Still,
Belly Brown, and Anne Pellyjohn,
Mrs. Farnk Sikes. Mrs. W. F. Swift
and Mrs. David Stent, of Waynes
ville. Mrs. A. P. Pettyjohn of
Lynchburg. Va.. and Mrs. George
Stent of Charlotte.
There were two refreshment ta
bles. One. arranged in the north
end of the main club room, held
the three-tier while wedding cake
as its centerpiece with white tap
ers on each end of the table. The
other, placed in the small club
room, held white chrysanthemums
in a silver bowl as its centerpiece,
with white tapers on the four cor
ners of the table and a silver ser
vice from which coffee was poured
on each end of it. Ice cream, cof
fee, mints and salted nuts were
served with the wedding cake.
The bride, younger daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J Dale Stentz of this
place, is a graduate of Waynesville
high school, where she lived prior
to moving to Shelby three years
ago. and attended Montreat College
at Montreat and Western Carolina
Teachers college at Cullowhec.
The bridegroom, who is a son
of Mrs. R. A. White. Jr., and the
late C. M. Brown of Mooresville,
has made his home here since early
this year and is employed with the
Shelby Printing Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown are honey
mooning in the mountains of wes
tern North' Carolina. They will live
at 232 West Warren street, Shel
Mrs. Hyatt Speaks Of Haywood's
Part In War Between The States
Mrs. W. A. Hyatt had charge of
the program of the December
meeting of the Haywood Chapter
of the United Daughters of the
Confederacy which was held on Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Noble Gar
rett. Mrs. John M. Queen, presid
ent, presided. ,
Mrs. "nyau discussed the part
that Haywood county men had
played in the War Between the
States and contributed many items
of local historical interest. She
brought out the fact that this coun
ty did not fight to uphold slavery,
as there were few slaves in this
area, but they fought for states
William Pinkney Welch, who lat
er became Captain was the first
volunteer and at the time was a
student at Emory and Henry Uni
versity. Alncy Brown was the sec
ond to offer his services in the
county to the cause of the South.
Large numbers of Haywood men
served in the 16th. 2Gth and 69th
regiments and the 25th which was
known as "The Bloddy 25th".
Many of Haywood men were
serving in the 25th at Get tsy burg,
which lost more than any other
regiment on either side.
She told of the privations en
dured bv Sheriff Leatherwood. Bob
I'lott, Jerry RatclilT, J. M. Tate
Robt. Owens and Captain Wilson
who were held in prison, where
the latter taught school during his
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ijjf fcSS-rv. Want to make her happy on Christmas sj'.
t rtw morning'.' The easiest way to make her
M wi.iulei lul, delightful, and exciting aeces
Tilk soiy companions. We've a tremendous pStf
iMt sckction "' baJ4S -' ' f")m tiny 1t)Ut'hcs tu tllL 'ill
i'fv iPc-wft' larc shoulder-strap kind, unusual in
'S? lifl belts in leather and plastic, "loves, spark
mk J$jkjj&P ling costume jewels, sumptuous new J
fflS syt blouses . . . Our price range fits any
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confinement. She spoke of D. M.
Killian, as the youngest, serving as
a courier at the age of 14.
She told of how Dr. H. L. Mac
Fayden who was at Fort Fisher
carried the order of surrender and
also of the other surgeons, Drs. Al
len, Hugh Rogers and Samuel Love
who served in the Confederacy.
She likewise paid tribute to the
many who returned to help build
back the community nd carry on
through the days of reconstruction
including Judge J. C. L. Gudger,
G. S. Ferguson, William Norwood,
and Burder Ferguson. She closed
with the final surrender at Waynes
ville. During the business session,
Mrs. E. J. Hyatt, announced that
the Christmas cheer would go to
Capt. Alden Howell, only surviving
veteran and the wives of the veter
ans as has been the annual custom
for many years.
Announcement was made of the
appointment of Mrs. G. C. Davis as
district leader and Mrs. W. A. Hy
att as secretary to fill the office
made vacant by the resignation of
The president spoke briefly of
the district meeting to be held here
in May, with the local chapter as
hostess. She told the members of
the silver cup to be given the chap
ter in the district gaining the most
Bonnie Lou Chambers
Becomes Bride Of
Ernest Leopard .
The announcement of the mar
riage of Miss Bonnie Lou Cham
bers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jar
vis Chambers of Waynesville, R. F.
D. No. 2, to Ernest Leopard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leopard, of
the Ratcliff Cove section.
The marriage took place in Clay
ton, Ga. on Tuesday, December 3rd.
The bride is a graduate of the
Crabtree-Iron Duff high school.
Mr. Leopard was recently dis
charged from a period of service in
the U. S. Navy.
The couple have gone to Wash
ington State, where they plan to
new members during the year.
Mrs. J. M. Queen gave a report
of the general meeting of the con
vention held in Jackson. Miss. Mrs.
Jimmy Boyd staled that the chap
ter had received notice of being
honored with a certificate due to
the fact that 90 per cent of its
members had bought war bonds.
A social hour followed the meet
ing. Special guests were Mrs. Paul
Townsend and Mrs. Charles Bur
gin. Cow Trices I p
During the last 30 years prices of
cows have doubled, while prices
for horses have just about been cut