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- PAGE TWO
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
v OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
SOCIETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES
Office Phone 700-Home Phone 462-J MRS BEN SLOAN, Society Editw-
Bride Of James H. Coman !" Honr i
M. Oi Miss Smith
A 1 tc Mafioior.t I . i . lA.ll
IdataE'C Vnkt ,"".!. MisS Smith Is
late Mrs. Hall of Candler, and , ,
James Howell Coman. son of J T. , TT A) ryiYr"!vn A t
Coman and the late Mrs Coman of u " 1
LSfce JuilalusKa. wen- married Fri- Sit fMi'ttfia Prtrftr
Uay afternoon at Montmorenci KjULtJLiC rUIlY
vh0rlC:Urth ?,"dh: J"" Mlss M" Sniith. who
T 4 r-r ;p,on"umd b-; lhe Rtv- having this week to reside in
Uit r " " the'GaStonia. was extended a farewell
ttedding ot the hr.de, parents. lXjUrtesv Saturt!ay even, hen
There were nu attendants and mpmh, , ,k i,. rv. ....
, , , . . - n'v uuii iuii uuiiitr
wi". liirinucii ui mi- ivio lamnies
and a few tlose friends were pres
ent The bride wore a two-toned
green wool suit and matching felt
fiai with feather trim. Her cor
sage was ot orchids
Foliowmg the ceremony the
couple left for a weddintr triu
through Florida and upon their Elro
leturu will icMdc in Ueverl Hills
Mrs. Coman is a araduale ol Hilt
nore Junior Collcpe and the Wo
man'" College oi the University
el North Carolina She also did
FC't graduate work in Puhlic Wel
fare at the l'ni-r.it of North
Carolina .1 present she hold a
position with th,- Huncomhe Wel
Mr Coman is a eraduate ot the
Wanesvillt School, and attended
Weaker College. For the past
fourteen year- he ha. been em
ployed In I he State Kevenut' De
partment and at pre-e.M ha- head-MUaiter-
in A.lit vilic
Demonstration Club met at her
home for a surprise party.
Iiss Smith was also presented
with a pair Of silver candle sticks
from the club members.
Attending the party in addition
to Miss Smith were Mrs. T. C.
Davis. Mrs Ifardy Caldwell. Mrs.
Harley Brvson. Mrs. Clintnn f, .
Mrs Ravmnmt r'aMn.n
Mrs Oral Yates. Mrs. K. N Palm
er. Mrs. E W. White Mrs. John
McClure and Mrs T. J Medford.
Give Dinner For
Miss Mary Margaret Smith, who y
is leaving . this week to reside in ;j
Gastonia after serving as county j
nome demonstration agent here for
i ne past tourteen years was hon- i
ored Sunday afternoon when mem
bers of the Wayftesrille Homemik
ers Club entertained with a tea
given at the home of Mrs Earl
Mixed spring flower- were used
in decorating The tea table was
Coered with a lace cloth and
centered with a vase of callenduta
and yellw snapdraeon. flanked by
yellow tapers in silver holders.
Mrs Ben Phillips and Mrs. Law
rence Leatherwood presided at the
tea service and members of the
club assisted in serving
Miss Smith was presented a eifi w
Dy tne club.
The guest list included Miss
Smith Miss Elise DeLozier Mrs
J L Cannon Mrs. Marion Bridges.
Mrs Howard Bryson. Mrs Howell
Brson. Mrs. John Cuddeback. Mrs
Charles Isley. Mrs. Frank Kirk
patrick. Mrs.. Lloyd Kirkpatrick
Mrs Carl RattllfTe. Mrs Jack Roe
ers. and Mrs. Jimmy William..
-..VHl I -if ti V . -
h . i- i r rsi - - t r v. i i
i H $ ) ?4
i f t -tl;. 4 li
coat is pj
smart 1 cut
lit i i . t i
MSJtK.AL f . . 'I ties.- two very young ladies are sure of the
spotlight in the Easter parade. Both wear Coats by Barribury. Left
paste! covert dressmaker coat: right, navy covert with white pique
collar and cuffs.
THF. KINGS KETl'R.N
Air. and Mi-. Hairy Hung, who
Kile .spent Hi- v.i.'iii' in Holly
wood. Caiit'oi n,a. retuined to
SV a nt- Mh- Sunday. They aie re--id.ng
al The Waynevilla where
they will operate ti,.- dining room
aonng the corriinj -casnn The
fiuni). lormerly r,p( rated ihe Creen
1 1 1 1 1 ea Room hen
Mrs. Franklin Fricks of Svlva.
Mrs Frank Martin of Franklin, and
Mrs. Sidney Martin of Asheville.
were hostesses of a family dinner
given on Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Fricks' mother. Mrs E P.
Martin a- a courtesy to Miss Floise
Martin, bride-elect of May.
Spring flower- were used in
Following the serving of dinner
the guest of honor was presented
a shower of miscellaneous gifts.
Out of town guests were Mrs
Margaret McCorkle of Asheville
and li.-e- .Martha Ellen and Eliza
beth Lynch, cousins of the bride
elect, who are students at W..o,.rn
Carolina Teacher- College.
WCTC Play To
Plans have been announced for
the marriage of Miss Kathryn No!
and. daughter of Mr rfiH ir
More Communities Scheduled
To Organize This Week
Here - the :h-dj:, tor rr.cet.r.s.
in ccnnectU'i: urn !.. Havwi.ed
County Cnrmr.tintty I y t lop.T.rr.'
Monday. 7 311 P M - Iron, DutT a!
Iron Duff Methodist Church Hon -iny
at Gobe! McCr.nkti -
Wwtnetitai tit r t
iiey isaxton Noland and William than Creek a- R,, k H;!! Sho,.:
Darwin Hyatt, son of Mr and Mrs Beaverdam at Beavei da'.i Schoo'
Harry Jones Hyatt. Fines Creek at Fine Cr.- k Scrtv
The ceremony will take place Thursday. 7 30 P M - Thick. :
at Long's Chapel Methodist Church, at Oak Grove Chun
i-dKe junaiusna. On Friday April Thursday. R p ;
i.i. at tour o clock4 In the afternoon. Cove at RavlifT,
with the pastor, the Rev Paul 11
Wedding music will be pre-ented
by Miss Pegj?y McCracken organ
ist, and Mr. Thomas Ray soloist.
The bride will be given in mar
riage by her father and will be at-
Monday. April 1 ?
School West Pigeon
Rate 'iff e
3d P. M.
Pigern at Will Ku-
'30 p. m Panther
CULLOWHEE "Special to The
Mountaineer' The Western Caro
lina Teachers College Little Thea
ter will present "All My Sons" at
3 P. M. Thursday at Hoe.v Auditori
The cast for Arthur Millers
Joe Keller Doug Davis. Mars
Kate Keller Rachel Ann Sut
Chris Keller Dick McAuIey
Charlotte. ' i
Ann Deever Ann D
One thinn hasi"t changed in
this picture: The Curtis Drug Sheibv
Store pharmacists take the George Deever Charlie West
same old-fashioned care in A,nr'vij!e-
,. Di Jim Bayliss Jim Wood An-
compounding your prescrip- drews
tion. His painstaking double
check insures accurate results
. . . safeguards your health.
Ifour Walgreen Agency
Home Owned and Operated
Sue Bayliss Celeste Sahittl,,
Black Mountain. '
Frank Lubey Albert Locke, Mc "OXALD DUNHAM ARRIVES
Lydia Lubey Gwen Denton.
Bert J. R. Dills. Cullowhee.
This will be the third produc
tion presented by the student
Ernest V. Deans. Jr., member
of the College English Department,
is director of the play.
muted y Mi Jean Hyatt, sister Creek at the Panther Crfek Bap-
, nonor list church
and her nieces. Miss Nancy Caro-
n .-otand and Miss Jackie Sue
Redmond, as junior bridesmaids
Jimmy Lealherwoori, yoUng son
; of Mr. and Mrs. 7Jarshall Leather
i wood- wi" wve as riiigbearer and
little Miss Beth Hyatt, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Clarence Hyatt, will
be flower girl.
The groom will he attended bv
his cousin, Walter Hyatt as be-t
man and ushers will be Reue Nol
and. brother of the bride. David
Hyatt, cousin of the groom, Jimmv
Swanger. and Tom Medford.
Immediately after the ceremonv
at the church a reception will be
held at the home of the bride's
brother-in-law and sister. Mr and
Mrs Marshall Leatherwood
Benefit Dance Is
Slated For Friday
Night At Armory
The Waynesville Junior Cham
ber of Commerce will hold a dance
Friday night at the Waynesville
Armory to aid the 1949 fund-rais-;r.g
drivt. in Haywood County for
'he relief of cancer victims.
Jaycoe President Harry "Blue"
Robinson, cancer campaign co
chairman, said Freddy Martin and
hi., orchestra will play at the.
dance, which i- scheduled to start
at 9 v.m.
Tickets aiv SI .25 w hen bought
at the advance sale, and $1.50 at
Donald Dunham, manager of The
Dunham House on Main Street ar
rived last week from Jacksonville.
Fla.. to spend the coining summer
season He is making preparations
tr the opening of his hotel.
Mrs. Tom Fisk and daughter.
Mrs. Fred Coward, were guests last
week of Mrs. L. C. Guy and Mr.
land R. V. Justice in Canton.
Flowers For Easier
And Many Others
CORSAGES $2.50 Up
ORCHIDS $3.50 Up
Phone 805 Main Street
'' 'Y ' iOoiil
Clinic Starts For
Five nurses from the Ha wood
Jackson - Mji-on - Sv.am District
Health Depart mini aie at' nding a
3-day Institute u, rn n'a! l.-y "iene
to be held at Highland. Ho pital in
Asheville which opened today.
Mrs. Alma McCracken supervis
ing nur-e ol the di-triet. Mrs. I'.uhv
Bryson of Way ne-vill.-: Mr-. Jan
ette Helm ol Canton. Mrs. Gladys
Shope of Franklin, and Mrs. Doris
Hicks of Biy-on Cty. (
The program will include courses
b: Dr. Maurice Creenliill, Duke
University Department of' Neuro
psychiatry: Dr. Loyd Thompson
department of 'neuro-psychiatrv.
Bowman Gray School of Medicine.
Winston-Salem: Dr. David Young,
general superinh ndent of mental!
hygiene. State Board of Health:!
Miss Blanche Vincent and Miss
Esther Garrison, consultant pub
lic health nurses. State Board of'
Health: Dr. Charman Carroll, medi
cal director at Highlands Hospital: .'
and Miss Jennie Stout of Asheville. '
a public health educator.
The circles of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the First Bap
tist Church will meet Tue.sdav.
April 12, at 8 p.m. as follow.-:
Eliza Yles Circle will meet with
Mrs. M. T. Bridges.
Lottie Moon Circle will meet at
the home of Mrs. Henry Hall with
Mi . DougJas Moore as co-hostess.
Ann llasseltine Judson Circle
will nue4 at the home of Mrs
Homer Owen with Mrs. Hubert
Fannie E. S. Heck Circle will
meet at tju home of Mrs. H j
Ilundlefwuth Mrs. Dewey Hyatt
Henrietta.. Hall Shuck Circle will
Mrs. Reuel Noland entertained
with a miscellaneous shower Fri
day evening at her home on the
Crabtree Road, honoring her sister-in-law.
Miss Kathryn Noland.
whose marriage to William D.
Hyatt will take place at Long's
Chapel Methodist Church next Friday.
A color scheme of pink and
white yvas carried out and spring
flowers were used in decorating.
The dining table was covered with
a lace cloth and centered with an
arrangement of pink and white
Guests included Mrs. Paul Duck
wall, Mrs. Ray Ellis. Mrs. Charles
Edwards. Jr.. Mrs. Wallace Ward,
Miss Polly Dyer, Mrs. Willard
Moody, Mrs. Frank Davis. Mrs.
Garrett Reeves, Mrs. Curtis Seay,
' Mrs. Rufus Reeves, Mrs. C. o!
Klopp. Mrs. John Reeves. Mrs.
Colonel Medford. Mrs. Hugh Leath-jei-wood.
Mrs. Garrett Howell, Mrs.
Q. 2. James, Mrs. Carroll Mor
'(rW. Mrs. Dock Boyd. Mrs. Ben Med
ford. Miss Mary Jane Edwards.
Mrs. Mary Dotson. Mrs. Harry
Howell, Mrs. Weaver McCrackeii.
Mrs. Ida Rhinehart of Asheville,
Mrs Marshall Leatherwood, Mrs!
Levi Morgan of Clyde. Mrs. Charles
McCreory. Mrs. Carl Green of
Fines Creek. Mrs. Rov Plott Mrs
Fred Allison. Mrs. Jack Redmond,
Mrs. Joe Beverage. Mrs. Noel
Fisher of Canton, Mrs. S L Rog
ers. Mrs. Curtis Rogers of Clyde.
Mis. A. L. Ensley and Mrs Paul
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds of
Cuthbert. Ga.. announce the hinh
Is Guest Speaker
For D AR Meeting
The Rev. Malcolm Williamson
was guest speaker for the Apiii
meeting of the Dorcas Bel) l.Vl.
Chapter of the Daughters i ,i
American Revolution uhi.i, ..
I held Friday afternoon with Mim
U....tl.n Cl.iu.lC.l.l I.
:iiuiiim an uieuciu us Hostess ,,
her home on Walnut Street, li,.
was introduced by Mrs. J. W Seav.
er, who was in charge of the p, .
Mr. Williamson1 spoke on Nation,
al Heroes. He 'pointed to the fan
ihat most men who have been set
aside in history as heroes 'ha,,
been leaders in world-Conflict
while heroes in other fields have
received little notice. He then paid
tribute to the many leaders in re
ligion, education, home building
and oilier professions.
Mrs. J. W. Killlan. regent, p,.t.
sided during the business hour and '
f-ead a letter from Miss Gertrude
Carraway, state regent, in which
alie thanked the chaDter fur ,
part in the recent state conference
neid in Asheville.
Mrs. J. It Howell. Sr .ni,..
resident of the Children of ti,t
itevoiution. reported on the la t
meeting of that fioud and aiw,
nounced that she had collected 20u
magazines lor the Indian School
at Cullowhee. She read the m,..;
dent general's message from the
IJ.A.K. magazine and called nil,.,,-
lion to other articles of interest
Miss Ida Penny, chairman nf
proved schools, spoke on the origin
of the Second Hand Clothes Store
Special guests for the meelino
were -Mrs. Malcolm Willia,.....
and Miss Margaret Stringfield.
During the social hour the i,.,
ess was assisted in serving by her
mother. Mrs. Sam Slrinnf.i.iH ' vi....
Thomas Stringfield, and Miss Dor,.-
Home Clnhs Rmw
A joint meet ins of th vi I
Creek. Crabtiop-HvH,,,- n ; i
- - ' 'J inuuiiuilll
and Iron Duff Home Demonstration
Clubs was held Thursday afternoon
at the Crabtree School.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith, coun- 1
ty home demonstration agent gave
a demonstration on Frozen Foods
She was assisted by Joe Cline as
sistant farm agent., who showed a
film on methods of freezing
fruits and vegetables.
Following the meeting refresh
ments were served by members of
the C i ahlree-IIycler Mountain club
v "..., t
Mr and Mrs. Joe E. Johnson;
and Miss Bobbie Jean Shelton of
Oasioma were week end guests ot
"H's. Lee Ray at their
home on Fast Street.
Mrs. Newton Cook of Ports
'"'',. h Va., is ,le feUe,t of Ml,ald
Mis. Felix Stovall.
"""i at (tl
d'f Chord, 3
mi iz, mj-J
t llllll a (JJ
i'l love jk
" A'". .Time iiu ie wui -""-li. un., diiiiounce tne Dirtt
meet at tffe home of Miss Maynie of a son- Joseph William Reynolds
I U. IUII
Read the Want Ads.
Jr.. on Satuidav Anril in r-..ti,
bert. Mrs. Reynolds is the former
Miss Sara Bryson.
tarJto itUk UH'trtm.
tot tltit It ttd tt thft ttfeU
laca dyd to ton. Tfa lac fa
backM 'with flh )Iord tttider
ly. It band th t&p dlppljtf to
V in front Tb fact fa t ia t
tli waiiUiue, ribbn Ult 1
drawn tbtongk nJ tie la k low
fa front. Th ddrt lufa urfitMc4
.lt rm fb tn4,. u ttm .
fcodfa dc ith id aippw.
DRESSES - SUITS - BLOUSES
Mrs. ft. L. Coin 217 N. Majn Str(?et
..- Orders Taken for Hand Crocheted Hats
Showing . . . Tuesday Thru Saturday
Plan Now To Attend theli
Friday Night, April 1
9 (ill 7
TEDDY MARTIN'S OEM
Proceeds go to Cancer Dntt
ADVANCE TICKETS, $1.25 Per Person. M
$1.50 Per Person At Dimr. Tax H
$3:50 $5:00 $7:50
We Wife flowers Anywhere
Phone 89-J Waynesville, N. C.
Town & Country Shop
Waynesville, North Carolina
Little Shop bf Distinct Fashi
Women Discriminating Tast(
Odth-es Bell themselves
58 Main Street
Mrs. J. Richard Queen Adi
QUEEN S Ui
Home cooked foods
BREAKFAST 7 to
LUNCH 12 to I
DINNER 6 9
Phofie For neserv