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THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
The annual meeting oi the
Waynesville Presbyterian Auxiliary
was held at the church on Tues
day, March 9. with Mrs. M. G
Stamey. president, presiding.
Reports of the past ear's work
were given and an installation serv
ice for new uHic-er was conducted
by Rev. M H. Williamson, pastoi
of the church.
New olliceis installed are: presi
dent. Mrs. Malcolm WilliauiMiti.
vice-president. Mrs. Rolen H llili
son secretar. Miss N'diuv Killi.ni.
irejMiier, Mis Ida .lean Uroi'..
liMorian. Mi. (' B Kusm'!!. null
ihaiinicn. Mi. ,1. V. Killian .nai
Mi:. Mallei U'ji'd. m-cicI.ii ol
i-nitual Lite. Mi's I' Swill
aiii-Un ol I'hri.M i.m Kiluc.il ion
and Ministei lal Relict. Mi'- .l.ak
fi .Ood M-crctar ol (.'hiiMian So
i ..il S.-iMi.-. Mrs. U II K Miliar
srieijij ol Foreign Missions Mi-.-!
."-iic Willard I.indslev. m-iti-I.iii ol
-'. .-eiiihlv - Home Mission-. Mi
f. V ill lanisoii secretary u! Sn
.,1 and Pivshv tel lal Home Mis
:i' i. Mrs l; 1. licOsl. scil'c-l.in
l 1. iii-rat in c Miss U rmci- McKI- '
aiil.oll -ill'i-:.!!;. ol Social ct! - I
i;it - Mr- Ceoruc ('rait: and I'as- !
I- 1 Mi's .! (.' -v
Be Quick To Treat
Chronic bronchitis may develop II
Pour cough, chest cold, or acute bron -ciifcis
Is not treated and you cannot
aflord totakeachance with any medi
cine less potent than Creomulsion
which goes right to the seat of tho
trouble to help loosen and expel grenn
ladui phlegm and aid nature to
soothe and heal raw, tendrr. inflamed)
fcronthial mucous membranes.
Creomu'.sion blends beech wood
creosote by special processwith other
tune tested medicine." for coughs,
ll contains no narcotics.
No matter how many medicines
you have tried, tell vour druggist to
tell you a bottle of Creomulsion with
the understanding you must like tho
vtay it quickly allays the couirh. per
muting rest and sleep, or you arc to
have your money back. (Adv.)
Ked cap with black taffeta linUf.
By VERA WINSTON
HERE IS A fay red wool cape
for Spring that can also pinch hit
for 7ning wear. This on ia a
pood re resentativa of a most
popular and new fashion. It has a
l-lack taffeta shoulder yoke that
ties in a strong bow at the neck. A
narrow cuff of the fabric outlinea
the yoke. The cape is lined in black
taffeta and is shown over a black
taffeta afternoon dress.
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It- ahtv w i'I he the subject of
;!'' I i.-ser:iiei: at the .'In istian
Si n no cluiri. h n. M Sunila innrn
mi: Mar, h 'I al ! 1 ,,' ,,t k
l Mill l H 1 ei.ilis
it the Masenie
1 ii the si
s-For This Easier
You go everywhere in
fr Crus-erosi irraps, dij- aC
mond cut-outs and a moccasin 0
toe f All done up in little-girl
ciidrm a oniy rnenaiy iport
ihoes could do it.
Is Bride Of
Miss Dorothy Jane Leatherwood,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Leatherwood. of Clyde, became
the bride of James Andrew Morris,
son of Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Morris,
ot Canton, in a double ring cere
mony which took place Saturday
evening. March 20, at the Clyde
Baptist church. The Rev. T. H.
1'airis, pastor, officiated.
The church as decorated wi'h
arrangements of Oregon fern and
baskets of white gladioli inter
spersei with seven-branched can
delabia holding lighted cathedral
tapers Reserved pews were
marked with white satin bows.
A program of wedding music
was presented by Miss Janice
Sniathers. organist, and Jack Med
lord uncle of the bride, soloist.
Miss Smat tiers played several se
lections of wedding music and Mr.
Medlord sang. "Because," by
1) llarclelot. The traditional wed
ding marches were used as proces
sional and recessional and "Jesus
Sawor. Pilot Me," was softly
plaed during the ceremony. Mr.
Medioid sang "The Lord's Prayer"
lu-i before the benediction.
The bride was attired in a navy
blue gabardine suit with navy and
white accessories and her corsage
was a vihite orchid showered with
while sweet peas and white satin
i i bin hi.
Mis. Gerald Miller, of Canton,
sister of the bridegroom, was maid
ol Honor and the bride's only at
U mlaut She wore a gray celan
ese dress with black accessories
and a vrsage of red roses.
W V 'laynes. Jr.. of Clyde,
seied as best man and ushers
were GeivUl Miller, of Canton,
broi hei -in-law of the groom; Jerry
Leatherwood. Brother of the bride;
(lone Medlord uncle of the bride,
and Richard Hannah, cousin of the
bride all of Clyde
Immediately following the cere
mom, an informal reception was
held at the home tif Mr. and Mrs.
.lei i Leatherwood. brother and
sister-in-law of the bride.
The bridal table was covered
with a lace cloth and centered with
a Ihree-tiered wedding cake which
uas encircled with ivy and led
and white sweetpeas. Spring flow
ers jn pastel shades were used in
dcco'-.ii ion of ihe living room.
Guests were greeted by Mrs. W.
V. H.iynes. .ir.. and assisting In
serving were Miss Bill Hannah and
Mis Km Medford. aunts of the
Mrs Leatherwood, mother oi he
bride unit' a''"pOvder blue, wool
dress with black accessories and
a i-or-age of pink carnations. Mrs.
Morris, mother of the groom wore
a nav blue gabardine suit with
black accessories and a corsage of
rose carnal ions.
The bride is a Graduate of the
Chile high school and is now em
ployed b the Southern Bell Tele
phone and Telearaph company in
Wavnesville. Mr. Morris is a
graduate of the Canton high
school and is a veteran of World
War II He is now employed by
the Champion Paper and Fibre
Mr and Mrs. Morris are mak
ing their home in Waynesville.
Out-of-town guests attending the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
McCracken, Mr. and Mrs. John
Carswell. Mrs. Claude Francis,
Mrs Gilliam Timbes. Miss Ann
Farmer. Miss Mabel Abel. Miss
Orace Allen. Miss Martha Fergu
son Miss Billy Sue Francis. Ed
Welch. Ernest Cochran, Harry Ma
son. Bob Suttenfield and Harry
Kent, all of Waynesville; Mr. and
Mrs. Thurston Holland. Mr. $nd
Mrs Ernest Prossley. Mr. 'and
Mrs Neil Vetee and Mr. and Mrs.
R. X Morris, of Canton.
THE OLD HOME TOWN
I V o In 1 A GffttAi, y
zk11 "74 'V'ii WHERE EKPERICNCa COOT' 7
1 rem iu mwc rtATVHU) iTxrr.tim hh Wuj imam wvw -2
jRAyS Shoe Dept.
' Mrs Fred Martin returned yes
: terday from New York City where
1 she has been visiting her daugh
ter. Miss Kloise Martin. Miss Mar
tin, who is a student at the Ameri
can School of Ballet In New York
accomapnird her mother home for
the spring vacation.
For This Week-End
HALF AND HALF
ALL MADE THE OLD
Main Hl$h war Harlwo4
Club Meets With
The Morning Star Home Dem
onstration club met at the home
of Mrs. Malcolm Crisp Monday af
ternoon with Mrs. Paul Hyatt pre
siding. An illustrated demonstration on
"interior Decoration" was given
by Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
county home agent, and leader re
ports were given as follows: Home
beautification and garden, Mrs. L.
J Cannon; foods, Mrs. Bob Gos
sett; poultry. Mrs. W. J Muse;
home management and house fur
nishings, Mrs. B. M. Stanley; cloth
ing, Mrs. W. C. Moody: crafts, Mrs.
Willie Sniathers; family life, Mrs.
C F. Owen; citizenship, Mrs. W. L.
Amnions: and food preservation
Mrs. H. L. Morgan.
Mrs. Amnions also gave reports
on the following , books: "The
Moneyman," by Costaln; "Frank
ly Speaking," by Byrnes, and
"June of the Hills," by Dr. Camak
lHirlng the social hour the host
ess served a salad course with
cake and coffee.
O. L. Yates Is
O. L. Yates was elected presi
dent of the Crabtree-lron Duff
Parent Teacher association at a
meeting of the organization held
Wednesday night. Other officers
elected to serve for the coming
vear were- fJh.nn NnlanH I
vice president: Mrs. L. (). Fergu
son, second vice president; Mrs.
Hugh Noland. secretary, and Fred
The membership team, headed
by L. O. Ferguson, was declared
winner in the membership contest
and will be entertained at a din
ner given by the losing team under
Mrs. Hugh Noland.
O. L. Yates was chosen to rep
resent the P. T. A. at the state
meeting in Raleigh in April.
Aliens Creek Church
Sponsors Sunrise Service
Clyde Home Club
The Clyde Home Demomnstra-
tion club held a luncheon meeting
Tuesday at the home of Mis. I".
C. Mann with Mrs Lloyd Justice
and Mrs. W. P. Snyder as associate
hostesses. Mrs. C K. Brown. Jr..
Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
home agent, presented a demon
stration on "Interior Decoration"
which she illustrated with colored
Project leaders gave reports as
follows: Garden. Mrs. Levi Mor
gan and Mrs. Joe Hardin; poultry.
Mrs. Otis Cole; crafts, Mrs. Hoy
Medford; home management, Mrs
Gene Medford; clothing. Mrs. Pat
Cole: foods, Mrs. Charles Penland:
house furnishings, Mrs. G. 1L Pres
cott; and family life, Mrs Levi
Morgan. Mrs. J. R. Preseolt gave
a review of "Imitation to Live."
Mrs. Erwin Is
Cecil Home Club
Mrs. Thomas Erwin was hostess
to the members of the Cecil Home
Demonstration club at her home
Wednesday afternoon. She also
Miss Mary Margaret Smith gave
the demonstration for the after
noon on "Interior Decorating"
and leaders reported as follows:
Foods and home managememnt,
Mrs. J. E. Burnett; garden and
family life, Mrs. James Reeves;
poultry, Mrs. J. 11. Reece; house
furnishings, Mrs. Thomas Erwin;
clothing and crafts, Mrs. Louis
Ilinkle. and home beautification,
Mrs. Alonzo Warren.
Delightful refreshments were
served during the social hour.
To Have Meeting '
All Western North Carolina
alumnae of Woman's College of the
University of N. C. at Greensboro
are invited to attend the spring
luncheon meeting to be held by
the Buncombe County chapter on
Saturday, April 3. at 1 o'clock on
the Hoof Garden of the Batterv
Tickets are on sale at Bainbridge
Jewelry Store in Asheville and
reservations may be made only
through their purchase.
Mrs. Carleton Jester, Jr., newly
elected alumnae executive secre
tary, will be principal speaker and
J. W. Bycrs will speak brifley on
the Asheville City schools. Mrs. Al
bert Lathrop. chairman of the
Buncombe County alumnae chap
ter, will preside.
Alumnae from this area who ex
pect to attend the meeting are
asked to contact Mrs. M. G. Stanley,
local chairman, not later than
Sir Hignald Leed-Bart and Lady
Leeds are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Gordon at their
winter home in St. Petersburg,
Fla. They are expected to visit
the Gordons at their summer home
al Balsam in the near future.
Has Party For
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her classmates in the sixth grade i en
at the Central elementary school i D t
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with a St.
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Wednesday afternoon at the Ufk v. " ' ' a
OL . "ie .sat
sc-iiuui. jur was assisted Dy her Woiriet
motner, Mrs. J. u. Patrick, her i
teacher, Claude Rogers, and Miss
The grade sang Irish songs and
an ice course was served. A c ol-1
or scheme of green and white was '
carried out in the refreshments.
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For Your Easter Dinner
Skyland Tea h
Full Course Chicken Dinner
Full Course Baked Hani Dinner
Wonderful Western Sieuk,
Tac Jfe Out oi fcJ
Cottages & Tea Rood
4 Miles West of Waynesville .m HamJ
An Easter sunrise service will
be held at 6:30 o'clock Sunday
morning on the ridge between the
golf course and Kay Allen's home,
sponsored by the Aliens Creek Bap
i Rev. Clarence Taylor, pastor of
Antioch church, will speak, and
special songs are to be presented
by the Aliens Creek trio.
A special Easter program will
following Sunday school,
folowing Sunday school.
FOR SALE One water heater
Jacket, white porcelain sides,
cast iron ton. Call 398-M or
Mar. 26 i
FOR SALE Horse drawn John
Deere mowing machine. Moun
tain Supply Co. Phone 461,
Main street. Mar. 26-30
FOR SALE Studio couch and
chair with slip covers. Excellent
condition. Call 353-W. Mar 26
LOST Between Palmer house and
Claudette Beauty Parlor, gold
flower shaped brooch, blue stone
in center. Return The Book
Store. Reward. Mar. 26
A, K C registered Boxer puppies
for sale. All ages $20.00 and up.
Phone 489-J. Hazelwood.
FOR SALE New 8 room house in
Hazelwood. See Mr. Allen at
Gulf Station. Mar 26-30
If There's a Boy In
In the 6 to 16 Ae (.roup
Who Needs To Be Dressed I
Let Him Visit
Ray's Boys' Beparln
Every one who sees
you iruthis dramatic
topper will recognize
your knowledge of
Fabric quality! In
worsted crepe, deftly
Swansdown to make
the most of your
pockets and collar.
Sizes 10 to 18. 59.95
See it advertised in full color
in HARPER'S BA2AAK
Located on ft
SI OM FU"
Where he will
a very coinplftt
boys' weai ins apK
FOR RENT Furnished five-room
apartment. Lake Junaluska. N. C.
Call 269-XJ or write Box 514.
Mar. 26 - Apr. 2
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends,
neighbor, fire department, police
fflcert and those helping ua dur
ing tht recent fire. Their effort
were greatly appreciated.
The Frank Davis Family.
SWANSDOWN is ours exclusively!
Departmentalized For Yom
This specialty department for ) "a bw
t .. ;,, nrder
iur jour gnopping convenient r
might find assembled in one pin"' 3 'ol"
of boys' wear.
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