THE' WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER Moni lIn PAGE FOUR If i OF INTEREST TO WOMEN SOCIETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES Office Phone 700 Home Phone 462-J MRS. BEN SLOAN, Society Editor Mrs. Grant Is Hostess For Mrs. Moody Mrs. Douglas Grant was hostess of a coffee hour on Friday at her home on the HowtU Mill Road, honoring her aunt, Mrs. John Moody, of New York who is her house guest. Spring flowers were used in decoration of the home and the dining tar-ie was centered with an arrangement of snapdragon, carna tions, sweet peas, and scabiosa in shades of red. Presiding at the coffee service were Miss Ret a Grant, daughter of the hostess, and Mrs. Joe Cathey. Mrs. Raymond Lane received at the front door. Around iwenty-nve guests called during the hours from eleven until one o'clock. Mrs. Henrietta F. Kluttz left Sat urday for a visit to friends in Winston-Salem. Harry Robinson and Joe Cline spent the week end with relatives in Shelby. ABOUT ATHLETES FOOT 2127 Prominent Druggists Can't Be Wronf. Here's what Stout of Parkers hurfc. W. Va.. says: "The sale of TE-OL has been very pleasing. One customer said it is the first thing in six years that gave relief." IN ONE HOUR if not completely pleased. Your 35c bark at any drug store. Locally at Miss Martha Eloise Martin Is Bride Of Lt. Genebach Miss Martha Eloise Martin, daughter o( Mr. and Mrs. Fred Earl Martin of Waynesville, be came the bride of Lt. Lowell Burke Genebach, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Burke Genebach of Battle Creek, Michigan, in a traditional military wedding held at Holy Trinity Chapel. West Point Mili tary Academy, Saturday afternoon, May 7. The Rev. Joseph P. Moore pro nounced the vows, using the dou ble ring ceremony. The altar of the chapel was deco rated with baskets of white glad ioli and snapdragon against a back ground of palms. Master Sergeant Edward H. Gidley, retired, organist, and Miss Mavis Dean of Ithica, N. Y., so loist, presented a program of wed ding music. Miss Dean sang, "Panis Angelicus," and Gounod's "Ava Maria." The traditional marches were played as proces sional and recessional. The bride, who was given in mar riage by her father, wore a gown of white taffeta fashioned with an off-shoulder illusion neckline and scalloped bertha of taffeta, long tight-fitting sleeves, pointed at the hand, and a full taffeta skirt and train bordered with a deep ruffle. Her fingertip veil of illusion cas caded from a queen's crown of seed pears and she carried an arm bouquet of white roses and valley lilies showered with white stream- Town & Country Shop ANNOUNCES Twenty percent reduction on woolen suits and coats. Daily arrivals of cottons from $12.50, summer sharkskin suits in all pastel shades, $25.00; pure silks from $19.50; pure magasha linen suits from $45.00; lovely pique and silk cord from $18.00. Beautifully Tailored Clothes at Reasonable Prices. Open On Thursday Night from 7 to 9 o'clock. 58 Main Street Phone 896 ers. Miss Jean Genebach, sister of the groom, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Arlouine Case of Huntington, West Virginia, Miss Dorothy Dushock of Yonkers, N. Y., Miss Doris Brcckenridge of Dallas, Texas and Miss Caryl Brown of Ashland, Oregon. They wore identical dresses of white taffeta ,designed with soft illusion neckline, cap sleeves, and two tiered peplum skirts with bustle effect. Their headdresses were bonnets of shirred white taffeta trimmed with valley lilies and they wore white lace mitts. Miss Geneback carried a show ered arm bouquet of blue flowers and the bridesmaids carried show ered arm bouquets of red roses. The bridegroom had as his best man Lt. Edwin D. Patterson of Ft. Belvoir, Virginia and ushers were Lt. William C. Burns of Ft. Bel voir, Lt. William R. Bandeen of Ft. Monmouth, N. J., Lt. John W. Brennan of Ft. Belvoir, Lt. Lee T. Doyle and Lt. John B. Bellinger, Jr.. of Ft. Knox, Kentucky, and Lt. William L. Cook, II, of Mt. Belvoir, all classmates of the bridegroom at West Point. The bride's mother wore an afternoon gown of golden green crepe with beige accessories and a corsage of brown orchids. ! The mother of the groom wore an ! afternoon dress of lavender Irish , linen with purple hat and gloves J and an orchid corsage. Following the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Martin, parents of the bride, entertained with a reception given Mrs. Lowell B. Genebach, Jr. . x " mi i. : V Mrs. Genebach is the foimer Miss Martha Eloise Martin, daughter (jf Mr. unci Mrs. Fred Earl Martin. She was married Saturday in Holy Trinity Chapel at West Point Military Academy. pany under the direction of George Balanchine. Lt. Geneback attended Lakeview high school of Battle Creek and Bui lis School of Silver Springs, Md. At the latter he took a pre paratory course for competitive examinations for appointment to the U. S. Military Academy and graduated with highest honors. He entered West Point in 1944 and was graduated in 1948 with a B. S. degree and a commission as 2nd Lieutenant in the Signal Corps. He at the Officer's Olub at West Point. 7V" " , ' Ti, 8 ti, i. k . j (J J(, at Fort Riley, Kansas and Ft. Mon The club was decorated with ,, , , , .,, a k a . ui mouth. New Jersey, where he will palms and the brides table wasL ,,, , - ' . , , ,.. ,, , . be stationed for the next two arranged with three long center- ,. ., . , , - ... JJ , months. Following a leave in June, pieces of white flowers. The three- , ... . , . . ; f. j ... , . . , he will go to Hawaii for duty at tired wedding cake, which was : . 1 ' . , ... . . . , , . i roit Shatter. topped with a miniature bride and groom, the latter in officer's uni-; " Fllda.v evening before the form, was cut by the bride with weddlng Mr and Mrs. Genebach, the bridegroom's saber. parents of the bridegroom, were After the reception the couple i ,"OM 01 a Qlnner at tne u. i. Hotel left for a wedding trip and upon! lnaer' vesl rami, following the their return will reside for two months at Fort Monmouth. For wedding rehearsal. The bridal motif was observed in appointments and the table was centered with an arrangement of white flowers. The guests in addition to the traveling the bride wore a soft pink gabardine suit with navy and grey accessories and a corsage of white roses. Mrs. ueneDack is a graduate of ; bridal party were: Mr. and Mrs. tne waynesville township high i Martin, parents of the bride, Fred ! school and attended Western Caro-.' Martin. Jr., brother of the bride i lina Teachers College. For the Mrs. Charles M. Tobey of Battle past three years she has studied at 1 Creek, grandmother of the bride- me acnooi oi American Ballet in groom. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jen New York City and during the past kins, also of Battle Creek, and the two years has been a member of ! Rev Joseph P. Moore of West the New York City Ballet Com- Point. '('apt. and Mrs. Paul H. Calhoun and small son John Calhoun, and Fashion Show To Be Held At High School The annual Fashion Show of the Home Economics Department of the Waynesville High School will be held in the school auditorium Tuesday, May 10. at 10 a. m. Using as a theme, "A Style Re view in Verse." the girls in the de partment will model around one hundred costumes which they have made. The program will be directed by Mrs. Rozell S. Ncsbitt. head of the Home Economics Department. All interested persons arc cordi ally invited to attend. Aliens Creek Home Club Meets With Mrs. Allen The Aliens Creek Home Demons tration Club met Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs. L. L. Allen with seven members present. Mrs. Jule Allen, president, pre sided during a business session and plans were made for the mem bers to attend the Spring Federa tion meeting to be hiId in Franklin on May 27. The program theme was "Fam ily Teamwork" and Mrs. Hiram McCracken gave the demonstra tion. Leader reports were given by Mrs. Campbell Is Hostess For UDC Meeting Mrs. Roy Campbell was hostess fr thn Mnv meeting of the May .rt chaDtcr of the United n.inuhtprs of the Confederacy Fri dav afternoon at her home in Thomas Park. Mrs. Sam Queen presided. Mrs W A. Hyatt had the pro gram for the afternoon and used as her subject, "Cavalry Leaaers if thp Confederacy." During t!ie business hour plans were made to further improve the grounds around the Confederate marker on the Sulphur Springs Road. Mrs. Queen gave a report on the district U.D.C. meeting held recently in Canton and plans were made for the chapter to hold a picnic supper meeting at the home of Mrs. Sam Queen in June. Spe cial guests for the picnic will be the husbands of the members and the following district officers: Mrs. Dan Thompkins and Mrs. Walter Jones of Sylva, and Mrs. Harry Love of Asheville. During the social hour the host ess was assisted in serving by her niece, little Miss Sara Thomas, and Miss Nancy Hyatt. Miss Bessie Boyd was a special guest for the meeting. Bridal Party Is Honored At Buffet Supper Miss Mary Jane Edwards and John C. Klopp and members of their bridal party were honored at a buffet supper given by Mr, Klopp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klopp, at their home at Lake Junaluska immediately fol lowing the wedding rehearsal at Long's Chapel, Friday evening. Mixed arrangements of spring flowers were used in decorating and the dining table was centered with a vase of yellow roses and iris. The guest list included mem bers of the bridal party, the two families, and out-of-town guests. MRS. PORTER IS BACK AT BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Harriet Chambers Porter, who has been on a leave of ab sence, is now back at Ruth Craig's Beauty Shop. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Robin son of High Point announce the birth of a son on Saturday, May 7, in High Point. Mrs. Robinson is the former Miss Mary Lee Alley of Waynesville. luson Surprise Party Honors Couple On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Fern weic iiuituicu i a surprise art given at their home in Crabtrce oil their twenty-third weddint- an niversary, April 29. Hosts for the party were Mr. and Mrs. Eminni Balentine, brother-in-law and sis ter of Mrs. Ferguson. Informal games and contests featured the entertainment, after which the honor -guests were pre sented gifts of crystal. One gin. a Crystal cake plate, held a tin-,., tiered wedding cake with pink and white icing decorations. Those present in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson and the hosts were Mr. and Mrs. AIna Hyatt Mr and Mrs. Fred Noland, Miss Sue Noland, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ter rell, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ilyalt. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dotson, Mr' and Mrs. Harry Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Francis, Miss Flora Hyatt, Mrs. Kate Noland, Mrs. Grace N. Camp, Mr. and Mrs Marshall Kirkpatrick, L o w r v Ferguson, Jr., Emmett Hiii ry Balentine, and James Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Bryson and Miss Bernice Harrell have returned to their homes after a month's vis it to the West Coast and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Balentine spent last week-end in Ware Shoals, S. C. as guests of the formers parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Balen tine. Mr. and Mrs. William Balentine and children spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; J .H. Balentine, in Ware Shoals, S. C. Bap,istc ""-111 ; . 1 . IT I ,u "OR Kuht I'll. Ah, 'lie li, '"'Mi-,; l"-s S Mrs, j r " H ' r!n!d Mrs . ' i ki,-, ;:1 'I',,, u Woman:s ToMeel! ' :"' Mav me ;m M.'u,di9- Monday. Ma, S l'''ri " 1,(1 at this t C XXXJR. BATHROOM - l& IT MODERN OR A RELIC OF THE DAY'S OF YORE? "I tllCUIlJ that (he drug; ('he highest ( I pounded ol J ients. Thfnami ; of llic produtJ is vour prots ifiuaranlccolti and proven ri'ht price, fll j Home Owned Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wright have ! the members present E 7 t returned to their home in Wash ington. D C after spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. J smTVY-HDV A Calnoun at their home on the XV X-JLJLVX ; Howe OAK r SUMAC StODitchinr. drvnn 1 ousters quit Kly.satcl y. I'll Mill Road. During the social hour the host ess served an ice course. The next meeting of the group will be held at the home of Mrs Moody Farmer on June 1. Get Your Needs At Junaluska Supply jjflll Pleniy of Paints For Your Needs BEING OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT WE SELL FOR LESS PLENTY WAXES - CLEANERS - BRUSHES Junaluska Supply Co. JERRY LINER, Owner Phone 88 Lake Junaluska 100 Pure , WHITE OUTSIDE PAINT The Thrill and Beauty of your wedding is captured and held for all time in fine portrait creations, by Ingram. Arrange for group pictures of wedding party or family group . . . at church or in your home. Call 227 Ingram's Studio W- I M . M.A Offer.:. Al The Right A New Showing Of Chiffons Nets Embroidered Marquisettes $(0V98 to $ Sizes 10 to 20 You'll see them elsewhere to $25.00 THEY'RE LOVELY! WE AL WAYS MANAGE TO HAVE THE RIGHT DRESSES ... AT THE RIGHT PRICES! BE SURE AND SHOP US FOR YOUR NEEDS! press i y : i li k I j I ifjfi I fl MASONIC TEMPLE THONE 227 5 ( ."

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