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Circles of the Woman's Auxiliary
of the Presbyterian Church will
meet today as follows:
Circle No. 1 will meet in the As
sembly Room at the church at
3':30 p.m. Mrs. W. F. Swift and
Mrs. W. H. K. Millar will be host
esses. ' Circle No. 2 will meet at the
home of Mrs. John Stephens on
Boundary Street , at 7:30 p.m.
Circle No. 3 will meet at the
home of Mrs. VV. D. Smith at 7:30
p.m. Miss Thelma McElliannon
will be associate hostess.
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Circles of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service of the First
Methodist Church will meet today
Circle No 1 will meet at the
home of Mrs Guy Massie with Mrs.
Roy Tuttle as associate hostess at
Circle Nu. 2 will meet at the
home of -Mrs Johnnie Ferguson at
Mrs. G. K. Boston as associate host
ess at 3:30 p.m.
Circle No 4 will meet at the
home uf Mrs. Jonnie Ferguson at
7:30 p.m. Mrs. W. C. Boutwell and
Misses Bessie ami Daisy Boyd will
be associate hostesses.
Circle No 5 will meet at the
home of Mrs. William Norris at
7:30 p. m Mrs. Charles Balentine
and Mrs. Bruce Jaynes will be as
Is Hostess Of
Miss Nanc Prevost. young
daughter ol .Mr and Mrs. Aaron
Prevost. was hostess of a party on
Thursday in celebration of her sev
enth birthdav anniversary,
Followniy Haines and contests at
the Prevost residence the guests
were enti rt ained at a luncheon at
The Tow lie House. Decorations
were i:i yellow and white and
places 'Acre marked with miniature
baskets ot mints. Favors were par
tv hats and coloring books.
The must lisi included Pain
Parkmau. .loan Prevost. Susan Pre
vost. Balis Buslinelt. Carolyn Davis,
Sarah Jo llcui'ililand of Nashville,
Fairfax Smat hers of Atlantic City,
Linda t'hoate Adora Lea Prevost,
Patience Ka.v , and Marty and Grev
U at kins
Mr and Mrs Maurice Pea bod v
and son Maurice. Jr.. of Atlanta,
ale v'sit'"fi Mr and Mrs. Joe
Cat hey this w eek.
Is Scene Of
The Methodist church in Clyde
was the scene of a tfoubk' wedding
on Saturday aJunfi, at 4 p.m.,
when Mis RUbV'KfttWten Thomp
son, daughter f Jr nd Mrs. Jar-
vis Thompson ?f Clyde becainc the
bride of Earl Mi Rogers, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gradyv. Rogers of Clyde
and Miss Margaret Sue Spencer,
daughter of Mr Md Mrs. Cecil
Spencer of Clyde became the bride
of Elzear D. Robare, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond liobaifie of
Cornell, Wis. 'J&V.'".
The Hev. J. 'SaoipJey, reiiied
minister of Lake "junaluski and
supply pastor for tlvf Clyde church,
officiated, using;, the double rinu
ceremony for both' .couples.
The church was decorated with
baskets of white gladioli and se en
branched candelabras h o I ding
lighted cathedral tapers against a
background of hemlock and rhodo
dendron, The vows' weTe spoken be
neath a white arch entwined with
A program of wedding music
was presented by Miss Peggy Mc-
Cracken, pianist, and Miss Mildred
Rhinehart, vocalist.' Prior to the
ceremony. Miss McCracken played
"Ava Maria" and "Claire de Lune"
and Miss Rhinehart sang "The
Sweetest Story Ever Told" and
"Because". The traditional "Bridal
Chorus" was played as the wedding
party entered the church and dur
ing the ceremony Miss McCracken
played "To a Wild Rose". As the
party left the church, the reces
sional by Mendelssohn was played.
The couples entered the church
together and both brides were at
tired in white crepe street length
dresses with white accessories and
carried white prayer books topped
with white rose buds showered
with blue gypsophella and blue
Mrs. Van Haynes of Clyde, a
cousin of Miss Thompson was her
matron of honor and only attend
ant. Miss Doris McCracken of
Clyde, a school male of Miss Spen
cer served as her maid of honor.
Both attendants were attired in
street length dresses of blue taf
feta and wore corsages of pink rose
buds. Van Haynes of Clyde was Mr.
Rogers' best man and Johnny Spen
cer of Clyde, a brother of' Miss
Spencer .was Mr. Robargis best
man. Those serving as ushers were
Bobby Rogers. Billy Thompson,
and Richard Morgan of Clyde, and
George Garrett of Hazel wood.
Mrs. Thompson, mother of Miss
Thompson, wore a street length
dress of blue with blue and white
accessories and a corsage of Pink
rose buds. Mrs. Spencer also wore
blue with blue and white acces
sories. Mrs. Rogers wore an aqua dress
with white accessories and a "cor
sage of pink rose buds.
After the ceremony, Mr. and
Mrs. Rogers left for a short wed
ding trip within the state to re
turn to their home in Clyde. Mr.
and Mrs. Robarge left for Wiscon
sin and will make their home at
Cornell. For traveling each bride
wore a dress of navy blue and a
corsage of white roses.
Mr. Rogers and Mr. Robarge are
veterans of World War II. Mr. Rog
ers is at present employed by
Champion Paper and Fiber Co. and
Mr. Robarge is employed in Cor
Among ihe out of town guests at
tending the wedding were: Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Huffman and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Bolick of Hickory, Miss
Mary Kate Penland of Waukegan.
111., Carroll Spencer of Newport
News. Va.. Mrs. Homer1 Heritz. and
Mrs. Homer Berry of. Candler.
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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Miss Catherine Jones
MISS JONES, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Henry Jones,, is en
gaged to Murphy Dudley Hunnicutt, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murphy Dudley Hunnicutt of Charlotte. The wedding
will take place in the early fall.
Edith York Is
Mr. ;ind Mrs. U. 13. York ot
I'igeon road have announced the
engagement of (heir daughter. Miss
Edith Junaitu York to Boyce Muck
er White, son of the Rev. and Mrs.
Edgar I'inkncy White of MnSher
foidton. The wedding will lake ;jlaee at
the York residence on .luly 11, in
a candlelight ceremony aj 7 o'clock.
The father of the bridegroom-elect
will pronounce the vows.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the Beihel high school, after which
she attended lieiea college for two
years and was later graduated from
Appalachian Teachers college with
a U.S. degree. For the past year
she was head of the homo econom
ics department of the lied Oak
high school near Weaverville. She
has recently accepted a position as
home economics teacher in the
Clyde high school for the coming'
Mr. White is a graduate of Kutli
erlordlon high school. lie also at
tended Appalachian Teachers col
lege and in May was graduated
from the Western Pennsylvania
Horological institute in Pittsburgh.
He plans to go in business in Can
ton He is a veteran of World War
II. having served for two j ears in
the army. While in the European
theater he was attached to the
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kaufman
and daughters Valerie Lee and
Gail Joyce of Tampa, arrived Sun
day. Mrs. Kaufman and Valerie will
attend the "Theatre In The Sky"
School of the Theatre this summer.
Mr. Kaufman will spend a week
here before returning to Tampa.
They are staying at Mrs. Clark's
residence in Hazelwood.
Mrs. ('. E. liolhrock and son,
Carl Edwin Kolhroek, Jr., who
have been visiting the former's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Siler.
left yesterday for their home in
Reidsville. They were accompanied
by Mr. Knthrock, who joined them
here for the week end.
Basil Spencer of Hickory. Mrs. Ma
rie Bryson. Mrs. Charles Willis and
Mrs. Andy Worley of Canton, Mrs.
Nellie Clarke of Waynesville and
Mr. and Mrs. Torn Garrett and fam
ily of Hazelwood.
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Mrs. Samuel Henry Jones has
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Miss Catherine Jones, to
Murphy Dudley Hunnicutt, Jr., of
Charlotte and Waynesville, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Dudley Hun
nicutt of Charlotte.
The announcement was made at
a tea given on Saturday afternoon
by the mother of the bride-elect.
Arrangements of summer flow
ers in pastel shades were used
throughout the living and dining
rooms and the tea table was dec
orated in the bridal moitf.
Mrs. Jones received with her
daughters, Miss Catherine Jones
and Miss Thelma Jones.
During the first hour Mrs. Clay
ton Walker greeted the arrivals
met Mrs. Leon M. Killian, Jr., pre
sented each guest with a miniature
booklet in which the engagement
was announced. Mrs, Charles E.
Ray invited the guests into the
dining room where Mrs. W. W. Da
vis presided with Mrs. H. W. Bau
com, Mrs. Porter Frady and Mrs.
William Norris. Mrs. Doyle Alley
said goodbye to the guests.
During the second hour those
assisting were Mrs. William Cobb
at the entrance, Mies Edith Sum
merrow. in charge of the an
nouncements, Mrs. James T. Jones,
aunt of the bride, inviting the
guests into the dining room, Mrs.
W. W. Davis again presiding in the
dining room assisted by Miss Ed
na Summerrow, Mrs. Paul McEl
roy, Jr., and Mrs. Grover C. Davis.
Goodbyes were spoken to Mrs. Fred
Around 125 guests called during
The bride-elect attended the
Waynesville Township high school
and graduated from Peace college.
She formerly held a secretarial po
sition with the First National
Mr. Hunnicutt is a veteran of
World War II, and served for six
and one half years with the United
States marine corps, as assistant
communications officer. Three and
one half years of his service were
spent overseas. He has been chief
engineer of Radio Station WHCC
since it was established here but
plans to go to Waukegan, 111., this
week, where he has accepted a sim
ilar position as chief engineer of
The wedding will take place in
the early fall, the date to be an
nounced later. A number of so
cial affairs wili honor Miss Jones
before her marriage.
Has Party On
Miss Juanita McDaniel was host
ess of a party at her home Satur
day evening in observance of her
eleventh birthday anniversary. She
was assisted in entertaining by her
mother, Mrs. Wade McDaniel.
After various games were played
the guests were invited into the
dining room where an ice course
was served. The table was centered
with an arrangement of pink and
white garden flowers and the same
colors were used in other appoint
ments. Guests included Ruby McDan
iel, Patsy McDaniel, Barbara Jones,
Marguerite R u s s , Marguerite
Leatherwood, Mary Jane Hunter,
Linda Welch, Sarah Brown, Bar
bara Teague, Barbare Crawford,
Jean McDaniel, Malinda Brown,
Judy Cabe, Florrie Patrick, Ann
Coman Crawford, Anna Jean Lin
er. Jimmy Marcus, Freddy Marcus
Joe Liner, Bobby Clark, Lucius
Jones, and Dicky Heimick.
F. E. Alley. Jr., of Washington,
D. C. is visiting his parents, Judge
and Mrs. Felix Alley,
The Dellwood Home Demonstra
tion Club met Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Grady Moody
with Mrs. W. D. Ketner presiding.
The demonstration on "Wise
Buying" was given by Miss Mary
Project leaders reporting were
Mrs. Frank Henry on foods, Mrs.
Grady Moody on gardens, Mrs.
Hugh Allison on poultry, and Mrs.
Ketner on citizenship, clothing, and
The circles of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the First Baptist
Church will meet tonight at 8
o'clock at the following homes:
Lottie Moon Circle at the home
of Mrs. Frank Kirkpatrick with
Mrs. C. C. League as associate
Henrietta Hall Shuck Circle at
the home of Mrs. W. H. Burgin.
Fannie E. S. Heck Circle at the
home ot Mrs, Will Ray with Mrs.
George Garrett as associate host
ess. Eliza Yates' Circle at the home
of Mrs. H. A. Hall. ,
Ann Hasseltine Judson Circle at
the home of Mrs. J. B. Siler.
Around two hundred Dersons at
tended the dinner dance at the
Piedmont Hotel Saturday night, of
ficially opening the summer season.
The dance was sponsored by the
Beta Sigma Phi sororitv and
was furnished by Eva Boatwright
and her orchestra.
Among those attending the din.
ner with guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Hyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Lach
lan Hyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirk
patrick, Mr. and Mrs. David Hyatt,
mr. ana Mrs. Paul Hyatt, Mint
Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Walker
and Mr." and Mrs. Charles Ketner!
Miss Marion Robinson of Braden.
ton, Fla.. Miss Juanita Cnlllnn i
Charlotte and Franklin Thornton
of Tampa, arrived this past week
end to spend the summer as stu
dents in the "Theatre In The Rkv"
School of the Theatre. While here
they are living at Briar Rose Cot
tage on Love Lane.
Customers of U. S. gas utility
companies totalled 21,590,000 at
the end of 1947.
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Mrs. Way Fisher
Is Hostess For
Mrs. Way Fisher was h..ci ... .
the' Jonathan Home Demonstration
Club at hr home Friday Htt,,.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith
home agent, discussed "Wi;n u,,.
ing" and project laeders reported"
as iouows. garden, Mrs. J L Palm
er; poultry. Mrs. F. R. Kcnntds
home beautification, Mrs. R
Howell; clothing, Mrs. Medfoid
Leatherwood; citizenship, Mrs w
R. Boyd; and foods, Mrs. John Wil
liams. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H Way, in
and small son, Joe, IV. and M,.
Way's mother, Mrs. Oliver White
of Richmond, were week end gucu
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Way, J,-
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Whitener of
Gastonia, were week end guests ol
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Blanton. Mr
Whitener and Mrs. Blnton are sis
ters. Mr. and Mrs. Hcbart Williams
and Mrs. Wililams' lather .i,,i,
Tittle, have returned to their
homes after a visit to Jacksonville
Miss Ida Lou Gibson spent last
week end in Marion and attended
the wedding of a friend, Miss Betty
Adkins. Miss Gibson was soloist for
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of
Hartford, Conn., are visiting the
latter's father, J. P. Francis.
Mrs. D. M. Trollinger of Louis
ville, Ky., is spending this week
with her mother, Mrs. Eugenia c
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