kAY, MARCH 12, 1948
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fashions. Left W right, are Patricia Nicols, Sunny Blake, Helen Cole,
June Ross, Margaret Van Fossen and Bette Malre. ( International)
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Mrs. Francis Is
Mrs. Henry Francis was hostess
l'sr the Francis Cove Home Dem
onstration club at the March meet
ing Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Wiley Franklin, president, presid
ed. Miss Mary Margaret Smith gave
a demonstration on "Interior Dec
oration" which was illustrated by
colored slides. i
The leader reports .were given
as follows: Foods, house-furnish
ings and home management, Mrs
Henry Francis; poultry, Mrs.'- W
K. Boone; clothing. Miss Marion
Boggs; garden, Mrs. Homer West;
and family life, Mrs. Wiley Frank
During the social hour the host
ess served a salad course with
cuke and coffee.
In Canton .
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams of
Canton have announced the mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Ruby
Williams, to William Howard
Pless. Jr., son of Rev. and Mrs.
W. H. Pless, of Canton.
The wedding took place Tnurs
day, March 4, in the parsonage of
the Central Methodist church with
the pastor, the Rev. C. W. Kirby,
pronouncing the vows.
The couple left immediately aft
er the ceremony for a trip to Flor
ida and upon ther return will make
their home in Canton.
TO ATTEND TRAINING
SESSION AT BRYSON CITY
Several members of the Wom
an's Society of Christian Service
of the First Methodist church will
go to Bryson City tomorrow to at
tend an officer's training session
of the district society. Those go
ing will include Mrs. Bonner Ray.
Mrs. Guy Massie, Mrs. W. A. Hy
att. Mrs. Henry Gaddy, and Mrs
ENSIGN HYATT IN NEW YORK
Charles F. Hyatt, ensign in the
Naval Reserve, who is serving as
third deck officer aboard the S. S.
Rattler, has returned to New York
after two months in Australian
ports. He sailed March 5 for
France and Germany.
New hair nets to keep m'latly's
wave in set now are being made of
In Management of
NIE'S DRESS SHOP
OWNED AND OPERATED
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f-TO-WEAR AND ACCESSORIES
Bryson Owners Misg Mary Sue Crocker
Main Street, Hazelwood
The Lakeside Home Demonstra
tion club met at the home of Mrs.
Edward Glavich Tuesday after
noon, with Mrs. J. S. Harrell pre
siding. The demonstration on "Interior
Decorating" was given by Miss
Mary Margaret Smith. Miss Smith
illustrated her discussion ' with
colored slides of furniture.
Project leaders gave reports as
follows: Foods and family life.
Mrs. Glavich; garden, Mrs. Lqu
Palmer; poultry and home man
agement, Mrs. J. S. Harrell, and
clothing, Mrs. Sam Queen.
Durihg the social hour the
hostess served sandwiches, cake
To Be Presented
A spring fashion show will be
presented by Slack's next Wednes
day afternoon, March IT, at the
Strand theatre at 3:30 o'clock.
The show will be directed by
Miss Margaret Corbin, assistant
home demonstration agent for Hay
wood county and models will be
members of the girls' 4-H club.
The "New Look" in suits, coats.
dresses, and accessories will be
No admission will be charged
and the public is invited.
Mrs. Bryson Is
Announcement is being made
this week of a change in manage
ment of Annie's Dress Shop in
Hazelwood. The shop, formerly
owned by Mrs. Dewey Hyatt, has
been purchased by Mrs. Howell
Bryson and Miss Mary Sue Crock
er and will be renamed "The
Mrs. Bryson and Miss Crocker
will operate the business person
ally and will carry a full line of
ladies' and children's ready-to-wear
The public is invited to visit the
new shop which is located on Main
street in Hazelwood.
Is President Of
New Home Club
Mrs. Guy Fulbright was elected
president of the newly organized
Rogers Cove Home Demonstration
club at a meeting held Monday af
ternoon at rars. ruiurigms nume.
Other officers elected were Mrs.
Ed Nichols, .vice president; Mrs
Sam Brown, secretary and treas
urer, and Mrs. W. P. Leatherwood,
Other members of the club are
Mrs. A. E. Burnett, Mrs. F. O. Dry
man, Mrs. George Fulbright, Mrs.
Robert Fulbright, Mrs. F. W.
Leatherwood, Mrs. Ed Moody, Mrs.
J. C. Noland and Mrs. John Winn.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith, the
county home agent, assisted with
the organization of the club and
gave a demonstration on "Salads."
Of Canton Weds
Mr. and Mrs. John Garrison of
Waynesville have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Elizabeth Garrison of Canton, to
Claude W. Roberts, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Roberts of Can
The vedding took place Friday
morning, February 20, in Central
Methodist church, with pastor, the
Kev. C. W. Kirby, officiating. Only
a few close friends of the couple
were present for the ceremonv.
The bride wore a suit of tan
wool with brown accessories and a
corsage of yellow rosebuds.
Mrs. Roberts is a graduate of
the Waynesville high school and
the Asheville beauty academy.
Mr. Roberts is a veteran of
World War II, having spent sev
eral months in the European theater.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts have re
turned from their weddine triii
and are now at home at 205 New
found street, Canton.
To Meet Tuesday
The Wesleyan Service Guild of
the First Methodist church will
meet next Tuesday night at 7:30
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Rufus
Siler on the Country Club Drive.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hunt, II, an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Monday, March 8, in Morristown,
Tenn. Mrs. Hunt is the former
Miss Mary Mock, of Waynesville.
D. A. R. Will
Meet Today At
The Dorcas Bell Love Chapter of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet this after
noon at the Towne House at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. Thad Howell as
Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan will be
in charge of the program.
MRS. COIN AT HOME
Mrs. Jacque Coin, who has been
a patient at Duke hospital for the
past several weeks, has returned to
her home here.
Mrs. J. M. Mock and Mrs. Wil
liam Medford returned yesterday
from Morristown, Tenn., where
they spent a few days visiting Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Hunt.
Leo Weill left Wednesday on a
business trip to New York.
Mrs. Tom Campbell, Sr.. and
small son are spending this week
with relatives in Greenville, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Martin have
returned to their home in Tampa.
Fla., after a week's visit to Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Lantz.
Mr.' and Mrs. E. J. Lilius have
as their guests their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Lilius, of Port St. Joe, Fla.
Miss Anne Albright, Dean of
Women at Western Carolina Teach
ers College, spent several days
with relatives here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ferguson
and Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ferguson
left Wednesday for a 10-day trip
during which they will visit the
coastal area of Florida.
Charles Way spent last week
end in Greensboro where he vis
ited his sister, Miss Marguerite
Way, who is a student at Woman's
Tom Ray spent last week-end
at the University of North Caro
lina in Chapel Hill as the guest of
Mrs. Horace Reams and daugh
ter, Barbara Lee, returned to their
home on Wednesday after 'a sev
eral days' visit to relatives in Mor-ganton.
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