THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNlAINEEft , PAGE fTTcV UJane Edwards Of Tonn iu js-iqpp JilUI' ,,v iii.ii Ki'd , I. 'Ill .11. ' ami 1 r Mysi rry M;iri.i". .... 'At lopp " Kt'L'Vt'h NUMf. It ill! I I. .ikr ,iii(l I 1 .,--! i tl Hie Willi llh ,i,.ck. ili.lcl- Mill wedding gift lo her mother, a iierklair of filareed gold and dia monds. Mrs. Charles W. Edwards, Jr., was matron of honor and wore a di,,ss of lavender marquisette u-,luoned with tuil skirt and a wide, straight fold standing high ,, round the shoulder and coming luta-iher in a large bow at the front. She parried a fan-shaped houu.uet of yellow rose buds, iris, , in nations and gypsophilia and wore a coronet of tiny yellow Mowers 'nd imported maline. Mrs. Dan K. Edwards and Miss Mice Collins of Durham were bridesmaids and wore identical -owns, also of lavender marquis ette with ruffled drop shoulders, lull skirts and taffeta sashes. Their fan-shaped bouquets were made of nk and yellow sweet peas, roses nH cardenias, with lavender mal ine, and their coronets were made oi small flowers, in corresponding colors. Little Miss LeRoy Edwards, niece of the bride, was flower girl and wore a dress similar in design to those of the other attendants. She dropped rose petals from a basket in the path of the bride, iiiin Kd wards. Jr.. wore a white At The Strand Tuesday i" (rn nmiiy lll'lsllil ami carried the ring in a lily. him efeip ml) raw .rm , 5 m , i,, I William Elliot and Adrian Booth in a scene from THE LAST BAN DIT filmed in Trutolor opening at the Strand Theatre tomorrow. Showing At Park Wednesday V qil.ii'iri .-..mi, , on iiml Wu!(l Amen . jl. s Klizabcth and Mr. and h'Siilar mem- ; (U.n U't were , Mr., Iseil- 1 1! i and, Durham. jrliiw iiKircnes -innal and lei- r I of Robert Castle cr Champaign, II., cousin of the bridegroom, was best man and serving as ushers were Richard Castle, also of Cham paign, Willard Moody of Lake Junaluska and Charles W. Ed wards, Jr., of Lake Junaluska and Dan K. Edwards of Durham, broth ers of the bride. Mrs. Edwards, mother of the bride wore an afternoon dress of grey silk crepe and lace with lav ender tints. Her pink hat was trimmed with grey flowers and orchid veiling. Mrs. Klopp, mother ,,io a lone of the bridegroom, wore an aiier un In Ceil i noon dress of navy blue crepe with grey and pinK accessories, ineir Mowers were orchids and pink gardenias. Immediately after the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, parents of the bride, entertained at a recep tion at the Queen Farm on the Ddlwood Road. The bridal motif was observed and the bride's table I Ik- i hiii i li on icr ulin vave kirl npeii- iindniil and iniod uilli a jchu She wore nl a lnviei'tip on and carried li,,b orchids, oimaiiniiv i it-1 her lalher's f 1511 TH 30-DAY TEST. J . MltOfST, BEST- 1 f8&f TOCTIN CIGARETTE J v I ' EVR 1 ind,-w! if people who smoked d.iys. noml throat specialists, iitn.iociin. reported IGU CASE OF THROAT f e to smolcinrj CAMELS El 00 STORE Mil (his wpplf THF. Kin STORK Wednesday afternoons for the con- Tins store is well worth a visit. J one of its kind in this part of the fur large stock of children's books. d Most of OUT nrirps Inwpr than von Help us grow and we will serve " or chewing gum to every child a Purchase this week. BRING To THE KID STORE. KID STORE Right On The Highway was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake topped with white j roses. Assisting in receiving and serv ing were Mrs. Uolian Harris of Durham, Miss Eleanor V. Clardy of Durham, Mrs. Kenneth Lowe, Mrs. Kenneth Turner, Miss Mar garet Palmer Miss Pat Dixon of Cleveland, Mrs. Laurence Clark, and Mrs. Floyd Rippetoe. Mrs. Wallace Ward assisted with the decorations. Following the reception the cou ple left for a wedding trip. For traveling the bride wore an orchid pink gabardine suit, a pink and grey Lilly Dache hat, and grey cobra shoes and bag. Her flowers were baby orchids detached from her wedding bouquet. The bride, formerly of Durham, Is a graduate of Duke University. In Durham she was a member of the high school English Depart ment. Following a year of profes sional training in the New York School of Social Work, she took her present position as child wel fare case worker with the liny wood County Department of Pub lic Welfare. She has spent most of her summers here since early childhood. Mr. Klopp, a veteran of World War II, is an alumnus of Clemson College and a uradualc of the Uni versity of Illinois with a degree in engineering. He is now a mechani cal engineer with the Champion Paper and Fibre Company at Can ton. He moved with his family from Canton lo Lake Junaluska about five years ago. On Saturday morning before the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Kdwards, parents of the bride, enterlained tile members of the bridal parly and out-of-town guels:, al a wed dining breakfast at the Townr House. Oul-of-town guests here for the wedding Included Mrs. W. I. Cran ford, Miss Eleanor W. Clardy. Mil lard W. Wester, Mr. and Mr.s. Kent Boutwell, Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Pepp ier. Mrs. Dolian Harris, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Scott . Di. and Mrs. .1. Foster Bornes, all of Durham; Mrs. H. D. Walker, Mrs. Selrna Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin, and Tommy Griffin, of Elizabeth City; Miss Fda Carr and Miss Mamie Newman of Nashville; Robert J. Castle, Richard D. Castle, Mrs. Don Riesan of Champaign, 111.; Miss Bernice Fluke and Miss Pat ricia Dixon of Cleveland, O.; Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fluke and Jim my Fluke of Ashland, O.; and Mrs. Lorene Sieger of Allentown, Pa. Mrs. Guy Is Honored On Mother's Day . , Mrs. C. Guy was honored on Mother's Day when her children entertained with a dinner at the home ol a son, Vess Guy. Mrs. Guy, who is 83 years old, has three sons and five daughters. Those present for the party were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sisk, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guy, Vess Guy and daughter, llessie Guy, all of the Balsam Road; Mrs. Bell Sisk of Waynesville. Mrs. Emma Reece of Candler, Mrs. Bertha Justice and Mr.s. Curie Pitts, both of Canton; Thad Guy and son of Marion; Mrs. Fred Coward and daughter of Waynesville. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Murray and daughter of Rock Hill, S. ('.. Mrs. Dewey Farmer of Can ton, Mrs. Rich lninan and Ray Sisk. Mr. and Mrs. James White and children, Wallace Guy, and Ronnie Rathbone, all of Waynes ville. Glee Club Concert Slated For Sunday The Glee Club of the Allen Negro High School of Asheville will give a concert at Long's Chap el Methodist church Sunday even ing, May IS, at eight o'clock. The (ilee Club, which won two "A" ratings at the recent glee club conlcsl in Asheville, makes regu lar appearances at. Oleen and has given numerous programs through out this section. The concert Sunday night is be ing sponsored by the Woman's Society of Long's Chapel and a special invitation is extended to other societies in the-community to atlend. The publis is also in-viled. vKKisi v It; f m Hmttij Goodin, who is a stu dent at the Naval Preparatory Col lege in Bainhridge. Md., 13 spend ing a vacation with his mother, Mrs. P. H. Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Eus anJ 1 daughter. Marguerite, spent "Snn- day in Hendersonvllle.itli Mrs." Russ' parents, Kf.'ini Mrs. Foster Bennett. i These two smiling Indian lassies are natives of the Matto Grasso jungles of Brazil where the thrilling picture "Urubu" was made, and is being shown at the Park Theatre Wednesday, May 11. Colorful Program Mrs. Hill Gives Is Planned For !v,v May Day Dance Vanity Show Set For Saunook 12th By JEAN HALL Mountaineer Correspondent A Vanity Show will e held at the Saunook School House Thurs day night under the sponsorship of the Saunook Parent-Teachers Association. The program, scheduled to open al 7:30 p.m., also will feature a movie, music, Cake Walk, and a Gay Ninety Review given by the Girls' Club. A colorful program will be pre sented at the second annual May Dance of the Waynesville High School, Friday night, at the Arm ory. Highlighting the program will be the coronation of Miss Peggy Nol and as May Queen and the pre sentation of members of the Queen's Court. Miss Noland will j be escorted by Bill Henry. Other! members of the court with their I escorts are Miss Aileen Fulbright, maid of honor, with Jimmy Swang er; Miss Betty Poe with Joe Wor ley, Miss Kathryn Hyatt with Don Leatherwood, Miss Betty Noland with AJlen Boone, Miss Betty Far mer with. Oliver Early, Miss Mary Sue Sparks With Manuel Hooper, Miss Bennie Lou Medford wild John Terrell, foliss Norma Jean Winchester with Bobby Seller. Miss Glenda Berry with Ted Owen, Miss Jeanne Bradley with Joe Boyd, and Miss Eileen Gerringer with Charles Messer. Charlie Woodard will serve as master of ceremonies and special danCe numbers will be presented by Nancy Floyd and Kathleen Cal houn. Other numbers will include the winding of the' May Pole lis members of the Tally llo Club, sponsoring organization for ibe dance. . Advance tickets for the dance are $1.25 and door tickels will be $1.50. Proceeds will be used to purchase a wire recorder for the dramatics department of the High School. Mrs. Carl Hill and little daugh ter, -Mary Elizabeth, of Lowland Tenn., are here for a visit with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Stringfield. Mrs. C. B. Atkinson left Satur day for a visit with her daughters in Cleveland, O. Recent Bride IS HEADQUARTERS FOR PAINT and CIEM-UP Materials and Supplies Mrs. Leo Hill entertained with a miscellaneous shower at her borne last Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Walter Leming, the former Miss Barbara Jean Curtis, whose marriage has recently been an- l nounced. A color motif of blue and white was observed and low bowls of mixed spring flowers were used in decorating. Following informal games, . re freshments were served and the bride was presented a shower of gifts. Mr.s. Leming. who Is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Curtis, is a member of this year's graduating class of Hie Waynesville High School. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mr.s. Rufus Leming of Waynesville, Route 2, and is sta I inner! al Fort Jackson. Following graduation the bride plans to join iter husband in Columbia. PARK THEATRE PROGRAM MONDAY and TUESDAY, May 910 Hidden Secref s. . . WiitaPasHf 1 4 m m D,"ld ,rion 1 2 g'r,a"-aMe'T-'r- ff """"" I I ..m Miirrnr 1 WEDNESDAY, May 11 THURSDAY and FRIDAY, May 12-13 Mrs. Smathers Has Birthday Party For Son Mrs. Fugene Sma'lhers enter tained her .ion. Eug&ne' Smathers, ,lr, with a party in celebration of hi ; .eoond birlhday anniversary, May 7. . i An. ice course was served apd favors were presented to the guests. Assisting Mrs. Smathers were Mrs. Julius Davis and Miss Jusmiia Smith. Ann Ingram, Gwendolyn I fin win. Mar.jorie Callahan. Jimmy ,nd Michal Smith, Barbara Jo Ed wards, Sbiela and Johnny Wilson, Freddy Jones, Charles Ray Press ley and Betty Jo and David Hugh Smith. U 5 E 1MsL. 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