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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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' Bridal Couple
Is Feted At
Miss Alice Weaver, of Sylva. was
hostess of a dinner at The Lodge
Monday evening honoring Miss
Matilda Wilson, of Sylva. and Eu
gene LaVange. of Scituate, Mass..
whose wedding took place Wednes
day in the Sylva Mthodist Church.
Spring flowers were used in
c'ecoration and the long table, at
which the guests were seated, w;is
centered with a two-tiered wedding
cake flanked with while candles
The guest list included Miss Wil
son and Mr. LaVange. Mrs. John
Wilson, mother of the bride. Mrs.
tirover Wilkes. Mrs. E. L. McKee.
Miss Agnes Wilson. Miss Hicks
Wilson. Hal Wilscn. Frank Westi
eff. and Howard Allison.
Miss Elizabeth Ann Parkman
itleljiaU'd her i-ighth birthday an
niversary lart Sunday afternoon
Willi a party given In her mother
Mrs. Ro Parkman
The guests were entertained
iluiing the afternoon at the Park
theatre kfter which dinner was
eived at the Parkman residence
(in South Main Street
A color scheme of pink and
sieen was noted in t he part ap
puintment.s. The dining table was
i entered with a birthday cake
Hanked by pink candles ami attrac
tive favors marked each place
(iuests present were Misses Joan
Precost. Marty Watkins. Grev Wat
kins. Agnes Jane Roberson. Jean
Weatherby. Susan Prevost. and Pa
Will Be Held
Tomorrow A. M.
A food sale will be held tnmor
iiav morning at the Building and
Loan Office, beginning at 10 a m
The sale is being sponsored by
Circle No 2 of the Woman's So
ciety of Christian Service of the
rust Methodist church
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the First Method ist
Church of WanesyiUe will me t in
the Ladies Parlor at the church
next Tuesday aftfrnoon, at 3:30
Mrs. Bonner Ray. president will
TO HOLD LADIES
NIGHT APRIL 14
A ladies night banquet will be
held "Wednesday. April 14. by the
Haywood County Schoolmasters
lubs at the Hazelwood school caf-
.'teria as the organizations final
.neeting of the current
Dudley Moore, president of the
club, will preside, and L. C Bry
on is in charge of preparing the
mis. st king field at
Mrs S. L. StrinfcAfM, r,.. is
!rogressin( satisfactorily after tin-
lergoing .an pperatio , at fission
aospital, Asheville. this week.
Teaching a Tot
if CAIIT CU VELA MB HTIKS, rYD.
WHEN it i known tkat a child
nut face physical pain in a den
tist' chair, tb doctor' office or a
botpiUL it i wite to let him know
in a matter-of-fact if ay beforehand
what to expect. To an article I wrote
aom months apo along this line I
received the following from a
"l hare often wondered why more
notaera don t realize that enuaren1?,? exercies in pbonetics, and a few
who arc told in a winbU way aboat iof the chiMren's magazines are prc
illaessorany ordeal to be faced, are ntin feature of phonics in dis-
eaaier to manage. We gTown up;ul of nturcd wor.is
are often fearful of the unexpected,
but i (Trance knowledge prepares ns
and seems to make whatever eomes
a little easier to bear. And so it it
with children, who often have more
ooorage than their elders.
Had Tonsil Oe
"My own little girl, just six, had
to hav a tonsileetony, which is con
sidered short and simple opera
tion these days. I told her the doetor
would go snip, snip and her bad ton
sils would be gone; that her throat
would be awfully sore far a few
days, bat that she was so big I kaew
she wouldn't cry. as that would
auks her worse. I also told her that
they would pat a fanny little thing
ever her nose, not to be frightened
bat to take s deep breath and count
mss, snichsr dorp breath ami coont
two, aad so e to sea and then ey
"Before oaeeaate oat fr aider
her doctor easse
races. I naked hire if she
fne tewed at the loot ma-
: er-foarbt the ether. H loekcl
I aaa smta. ue, one
' Afterwards she told
ready teantsd to srT. d that
s wM-UdIkdoraiaredheriwurd beneath it with the sound of
ISjWfMjm ahairf3Wo initial tottes."
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RIGGED OUT in tall topper and tails, a newsreel camera
man records New York Easter parade scenes in which
furs and heavy overcoats wei e predominant. Although chill
winds caused much feminine finery to be hidden behind
wraps, one of the exceptions was Karen Lewis (left), stage
beauty, shown wearing a suit of eggshell gabardine, with
brown accessories. She admitted she was flirting with pneu
MURK ABOl r
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l he "contractual obligations" as
sumed In the federal government
on Uikins over the park area, that
has led the state "to expect rea
sonable prov isions lor the Smokies
Park, both as to administration,
protection and maintenance on the
one hand, and as to physical de
velopment on the other."
A two-state study drew the con
clusion that the Smokies should
aet a total appropriation of $2.
2114.000: which is $84().8ll! larger
than that recommended by the
This increase appears to bo enn
Mderanle. the hnel continues, hut
the park is a big proposition . . .
"20 square miles of rugged moun
tain land It includes the infor
mation that 40.000 more acres will
be taken over by the Smokies
from TV A on July 1.
Increased appropriation for the
park personnel is urged as heinLj
most vital The present stalT is
inadequate to care lor the visitor-
load and supervise 440.000 acres.
and with the headquarters on the
area's northern odee in Tennessee,
"scarcely any personnel is avail
able for supervising the North
Carolina side of the park."
In this category, an increase of
$41,701 is asked for additional per
sonnel and $10,808 for added main-
Commentinc on possible results
of the request for a higher appro-
priation. Mr. Hav stated yesterday
that this is difficult to forecast
Congressmen generally are more
aware now of the park s right to
development than ever before, but
passage of the income tax reduc
tion and Marshall Plan legislation
will make more difficult the job
of securing additional park funds.
Generally speaking, he added.
whatever the sub-committee rec-
ocnniends on the appropriation will
stand when it is brought to a vole
to Face Pain
'cry. neither Hid etie V,av Hie usual
voinitins irom 100 mucn teller,
which so often happens if th-y light
it, and require more. Tl r.urse com
plimented me on the behavior and
cooperation of such a lilU girL Of
course, I was very r'aseH."
Phonies Coming Back
Over all AlnTica, pinnies are
comine back to the r-crook-oom. In
some new echool book are appear-
which begin with tfc iani soundx,
and rhyming pirturpd words. A
teacher writes from Texas-:
"Permit me to say how much your
letter to me has meant conc rning
phonics. You pohaMy An not re
member, but you advUcd inc to use
a scrap book, wi'li p; -turrs of words
beginning with letters of the al
phabet. I wish that you mi?ht sec my
children's scran books. They are full
of pictures and letters and words.
simply done but most elective. I am
enclosing some samples. I am proud
of them and the children and their
parents will always cherish them. It
seems to have made an indelible
impression on them of the sounds of
the individual letters, and I feel it
will be invaluable to them in their
school work now and later, fgi-
"We also made a poster of a
nnmber of words beginning with the
saaM letter. For instance, I have
one on my boys' room wall that has
these pictures on it: ball, boy, bread.
foot, hell, banana, boot, bos, bug.
baggy. We hare one for the letters
A aad C and so en down tbe alpha
bet. Each child can point to the pic-
tare sod immediately associate the
Make Him Reel
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Mr and Mrs. Harwell Lucius
Boyd. Jr., announce the birth of a
son. Ernest Withers Boyd, on Sun
day. Ajjril "L i Atlanta. Ga. Mrs.
Boyd is the former Miss Hester
Anne Withers, of Wayncsville.
Mr. an J Mrs. Fred Phillips, of
Shelbyville. Tenn.. announce the
birth of a daughter. Susan Louise
Phillips, on Monday, April 5. Mrs.
Phillips is the former Miss Carroll
I ouise Bell, of Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Withers,
.ii of Atlanta, announce the birth
i ;i daughter on Monday. March
2!' in an Atlanta hospita'.
Mi ami Mrs. James Harden
Howell. Jr. announce the birth of
a -mi. James Harden Howell, III,
Wedneday. April 7, at Mission
fury List Drawn
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l- i j-'uson:
Waynesville T. O
F. Plott, H. B. An-
gel and Mrs ( ash Edwards: Ivy
Hill Grnver Caldwell: Pigeon
st' ZZZn. GrJi
and G. C. Hooker: Beaverdam
Roy S Robinson John H. Chap-
man and N W. Jaynes: Clyde
Harry E. Cathey: Crabtree J. B.
James: and Cecil George Stepp.'21. at 2 o'clock.
YOU'RE TELLING ME!
ly WllUAM RITT
Central Puss Writer
THIS IS THE MONTH in
which baseball boxscores are
loaded with strange names
which, however, have only a
brief lease on the spot.
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A group of Army men are
subsisting on one-third o a
pound of biscuit and three
glasses of water a day in a
health test. Sounds wore like a
buyers' strike to us.
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The late winter mew and the
first robin of spring are hi ne
wiie related though they always
teem in iro-.'el toaether.
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George Bernard Shaw My
Irish should not fraternize but
should avoid each other. After
that remark, G. B. S. may be
SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK
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i PA.S.UK4 o smp wrr & rH. 4 5
' eafc,ai iqg fctowey -
Mr and Mrs. Paul Hyatt letl
Saturday for St. Petersburg, Fla.,
where they will spend a two
Mrs L. M Killian returned on
Monday f r o in Kuquay Springs
where she spat a week as the guest
of her son-in-law and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tingen. She
was accompanied home by her lit
tle granddaughter. Anne Tingen.
Mr. and Mrs Calvin Houghland
and Mr. and Mrs. Mason Hough
land, of Nashville, Tenn., spent a
few days with friends and relatives
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vandenberg,
who recently moved here from En
(a, are residing at The Lodge. Mr.
Vandenberg is connected with Day
ton Rubber Company.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burwell ot
Asheville were guests of Mrs. C. F.
Kirkpatrick on Sunday. Mrs. Bur
well is the former Miss Josie Hy
att of Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry White and
daughter. Miss Betty White of
Kings Ferry, N. Y.. will arrive to-
any 10 spena ine weeK end as
guests of Mr. and Mr$. w. F.
Swift. Mr. White is a former resi
dent of Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shelton, of
Atlanta, were week end guests of
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs
O. H. Shelton.
Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Bolt, of
Greenville, S. C, were here the
first of the week to attend funeral
srvices for the latler s uncle. Frank
Mrs. Jonathan Woody and chil-J
dren. Laura and Stephen, are
leaving today for Gainesville, Ga.,
wnere they will spend the week
end as guests of the former's sis
ter, Mrs. Harwell Joyner, and Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Kimball
have as their guests at the Coun
try Club this week-end Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Pearson, of Ambler, Pa.
Mrs. Nora Atkins is spending
this week-end in Asheville as he
guest of her brother-in-law and
, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Moss Salley.
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I mittee met last night. Teachers
will be elected by the Crabtree-
I Iron Duff committee Monday,!
i April 12. and at Clyde on Tuesday!
! night. Meetings of the Bethel and I
Waynesville committees will be I
held in the near future.
i All members ot the county
board: R. T. Messer, chairman; H.
V. Cagle and W. V. Davis, attend
' ed the meeting Monday.
Bethel Home Club
Meets Wednesday, 21st
Announcement has been made
that the Bethel Home Demonstra-
tion club will meet at the home of
Mrs. Roy Deitz, Wednesday, April
come one Irishman who will
have to take his own advice.
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A Peruvian girl bullfighter
claims to have slain, 428 buHa
in 10 years. There's one gal
who brings borne tbe beef if set
' General MacArthur it willing
to run for president. Crandpappy
Jenkins wonders if he'll try out
his first campaign speeches on
Zadok Dumkopf got a great
hock on visiting New York's
horseless carriage show. For
moment he thought the auto In
dustry, like women's clothes,
had gotten a New Look ctrca
By R. J. SCOn
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GUARDED BY SECRET SERVICE men (foreground), ex
King Michael of Romania (hatless) leaves St. George's Ro
manian Orthodox Church in Detroit where he attended serv
ices. The deposed monarch still remains the nominal head
of the national church. Later, at u news conference, Michael
declared that the overwhelming Communist election victory
in Romania was due to the fact that the elections were
"packed". (International Soundphoto)
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'Better Brands Mean Better Buys"
Is Married To
Miss Janet Elizabeth Deuwi
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C c
Deaver, of Canton, and ClaiuU
Frady, son of Mrs. Carrie Frady
and the late Mr. Frady, were ni;u
ried in a double ring ceremom ai
the Mt. Zion Baptist church F.;t -,-trr
Sunday with the Rev. Thoma
E. Erwln, officiating.
The altar was banked with ever
greens and gladioli intei-siimt
with floor candelabra holding
A program of nuptial music w.i
rendered by William Whiteside -v
Jr., and Miss Eula Bumgarm-i
cousins of the bride, and an ap
propriate poem was read by tin
Rev. Oder Burnette, accompanied
by Mr. Whitesides.
The bride wore a blue suit win,
pink accessories and carried ;
white prayer book to which wa
attached a bouquet of pink rose
with white satin streamers.
Miss Billie Bramlette was maul
of honor. She wore a two-pied
suit of light pink with black ac
cessories, and carried a bouquet ot
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