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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
SOCIETY and CLUB
MRS. BEN SLOAN, Society Editor
! Beta Sigma Phi
Has Party At
ACTIVITIES Skyland Tea Room
SUITED FOR SUMMER
Office Phone 700 Home Phone 4C2-J
Hours To Be
Held At Library
The weekly Storv Hour lor
younger children in the Vacation
Heading Club, sponsored by the
Haywood County Library, will be
held Tuesday morning iX 10 o'clock
Older children from lourth
grade up. will meet for a stor
hour on Friday morning at the
.Vlr. Carrie Hannah Knighl and
Mii. N. F Lancaster left yesterdaj
tor New York City to spend sev
eral das. Mrs. Knight will pur
cnase fall merchandise lor the
iown and Country Shop.
AMD DO NOT
T&t MOO KJ
t . . av w w
Dinner Is Given
For Members Of
The annual summer dinner par
'y for members ol the staff of The
Mountaineer and their families was
given Fridav evening at Mount Yal
Uy Inn. Hosts for tile event were
V C. Kuvs and M T Uridges, co
ouners ut The Mountaineer. Mrs.
Ru.-s and Mr Hi idgo.-
The L'-.-haped table at which the
guests were sealed was decorated
with arrangemt ills of mixed spring
flowers and lighted eliow tapers
Special guests were Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Bridges, the former an em
ployee ol The Mountaineer for
more than fifty carv and Lee Ross
of Morgantuii. also a former em
ployee Others present were Miss Mar
guerite Huss and Miss Shirley
Bridges daughters of the hosts.
Mr and Mrs. Hubert Winchester.
Mr. and Mrs li L. Burgiii. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. YV. K. l.indau and
daughter. Sara. Dr and Mrs li L.
McKittrick, Mrs. Frances Frater.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloan. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Miller and daughter.
M.vina. Mr and Mi v .ludsoii Trick,
Mr and Mrs Oliver .lount. Jr., Mr.
and Mrs Cnrdell Chambers. Mr.
and Mrs Ben Church and son.
"Ilamhie." Miss F.slher Mae Gibson.
II II llocohoom. and Kohert Mc
Lean. Woman's Society
To Meet Tuesday
The Woman s Society of Chris
tian SeiMce of I he First Methodist
Church will met t in the Boyd
Memorial Chapel Tuesday after
noon at 'M o'clock.
Mrs. Bonner Kay will preside.
Mrs. Dan Moore
Is Speaker At
Members of the Beta Sigma Phi
entertained their husbands and a
few friends at a dinner given at
the Skyiand Tea Room on the Bal
sam Road Saturday evening.
The tables were decorated with
lighted vellow tapers and vases of
summer flowers in which ellow
The entertainment was featured
by a scavenger hunt with top prizes
going to Mrs W. C. Norris and
Charlie Woodard. Consolation
prizes went to Mrs. Herbert Gibson
and Porter Frady.
A special guest for the evening
was Miss Lois Whidden. member of
the Befca Sigma Phi, from Florida
Other? present were Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Campbell. Mr. and
Porter Frady. Mr. ana mrs.
Charlie Woodard. Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Norris. Mr. and Mrs. W. M
Cobb. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gib
son. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Henry.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards. Mi
and Mrs. Wayne Corpenlng, Miss
Edith Summerrow, Mrs. Herbert
Braren, Miss Edna Summerrow,
Miss Dorothy Richeson, Harry
Robinson. Bud Whisenhunt, and
Mrs Dan Moore of Sylva pre
sented ihe program at the June
meeting ol the Dorcas Bell Love
Chapter. Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution which was held at
the home of Mrs. R L. Prevost Fri
Mrs Moore spoke on the life of
Dr. Aehibald Henderson, retired
,,f ih.. UuthfmaiicK Depart
ment at the University of North Mr
Carolina and prominent North Car
olinian She pointed out Dr. Hen
derson's outstanding accomplish
ments as mathematician. his
torian, scientist, and biographer
Mrs. Charles Quinlan read an
article from the National Magazine
on "The Flag".
Mrs. J. W. Killian. regent, pre
sided during the business session
and chairmen of various commit
tees reported. Mrs. W. A. Hyatt,
chairman of National Defense, an
nounced that the chapter would
broadcast a 15-minute program
over Station WHCC on Flag Day.
June 14. at noon.
Mrs. J. II. Howell, senior presi- ,,. .
dent of Ihe Joseph Howell Society The Dorcas Bell Love Chapter
of Children of the American Rev- Daugmers o. me -n -olulion
announced the addition f lution. will sponsor a sale of smal
two new members in that group. ! Hags tomorrow in observance of
She also reported, as chairman of National Hag Day
Indian work, that she had present- 1 The chapter will also present a
ed awards nt the Cherokee Indian Li-minute Flag Day program over
School. Station WHCC at 11 a m. Mrs.
Mrs. H. 15. Phillips Jr., of Cot- V. A Hyatt, national defense
lageville. S. C. an out-of-town j chairman, w ill be in charge of this
member of the chapter, and Miss feature.
A I nla Browning of Greensboro, a --
guest for the meeting, were giv- -
en a special welcome by the mem
bers. Following adjournment Mrs Pre
vost was assisted by her grand
daughter. Miss Lane Provost, and
Miss Linda Sloan in serving a de
lightful salad course.
D.A.R. To Observe
National Flag Day
a girt." " ""aar-tV' I iFir'
Tn J . t -
Miss Margaret r
Married To R0
Miss Margaret Ann Lole. dau'h
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Culc i
viyue, was utoiiieu to KODert 1 ..
,, , . iir,Krtoj
Tate of Marion, son of the llit.. 1 Hit, . "
and Mrs. George Tate of Cliirslde ; hride a Jj
... al ! , ai(j ,
O'clock in the Clyde Baptist hm.
vim . .. a, u. vjioss. pas. '. "ssistin, J
tftr nrfnrmpd lh Hnui.i.. . i.. , l
t IlliP , "I
5f 1 tt N h
L1NKN . . . Another choice ol
smart career girls for town or
country wear. Pure Irish linen,
trimly tailored, it conies in na
tural and pastel colors, at pin
MASSIE'S DEPT. STORE
Give Father These
Three beautiful white shirts-
With His Bride
Mrs Jonathan Woody and chil- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Carwile have
dren. Miss Laura Woody and I returned after a visit to relatives
Stephen Woody, and Miss Linda j and friends in Anderson. S. C.
Sloan left Sunda for a week's '
slay at Ocean Drive Beach. S. C ' Mrs Frank Jenkins, who has
'been visiting her sister. Mrs. W.
Mr and Mrs. Dan Watkins and! A. Hyatt, left Saturda to spend
children left Sunday to spend twojtcn days with friends in Brevard.
weeks at Ocean Drive Ucacli, c
Mrs. Paul Murray and son.
Dickey, of Oswego, N Y.
Sgt. Boh Stilwoll and his bride,
the former Miss Marie Marcus of
Jacksonville, Ha., spent last week exttMided visit to the form
at the home of his parents. Mr. and I L,,.-s parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Mrs. W. C. Stilwell. of Hazelwood. j i,ampkin, at their home on Welch
The Air Force veteran, who re- street.
tunica lo tne uniico atutes rw'iu
Iv !after serving the Berlin' atr
lift, and Miss Marcus were married
in Jacksonville on June 5. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. Ellis
Marcus and the late Mrs. Marcus
of Graham County.
Serge-ant Stilwell came from
Germany for a 30-day furlough
after serving overseas since Febru
ary li)4fi. He had seen war-time
service in Italy after being induct
ed in the Army in 1941.
He was scheduled to leave home
yesterday to report to Fort Bragg.
and they're all
ARROW GORDON OXFORDS!
!To Meet Tuesday
Circles of the Woman's Mission
nry Society of the First Baptist
church will meet Tuesday at 8
o'clock as follows:
Lottie Moon Circle at the home
of Mrs. M. M. Noland, with Mrs.
Frank Kirkpatrick as co-hostess.
Ann Hasseltine Judson Circle
will meet with Mrs. H. A. Hall.
Fannie E. S. Heck Circle will
meet with Mrs. J. L. Edwards.
Henrietta Hall Shuck Circle will
meet at the home of Mrs. W. T.
Eliza Yates Circle will meet at
the church al 6:45 for a covered
dish supper and meeting.
Miss Jo Cabe and Miss Margaret
Perry returned Sunday after a
week's stay al Myrtle Beach, S. C.
They stopped en route home to
visit Mr .and Mrs. T. A. Hargrove
in Newberry. S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McEl
roy of Newport News. Va., are here
for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. VV. L.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Stringfield
and Mr. and Mrs. James Kilpatrick
have returned from a two weeks'
sailing trip on the New England
Mrs. Noble Garrett and Mrs.
John Queen, Sr.. left Sunday for
Raleigh where they will attend a
convention of the Order of the
Mr. and Mrs. Lachlan Hyatt and
two sons of Spartanburg, S. C,
were week-end guests of Mr. Hy
att's mother. Mrs. W. A. Hyatt.
Sam Welch of Atlanta spent the
week-end with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Crawford
left this morning for a week's va
cation at Fontana Village.
Mrs. Christopher C. Crittenden
and three children. Kit. Robin, and
Ann Lane Crittenden .of Raleigh,
arrived on Saturday for a visit to
' Mrs. Crittenden's mother. Mrs.
! Charles E. Quinlan.
Dr. and Mrs. William Sloan and
the latter's mother, Mrs. Toms, of
Petersburg, Va., are expected to
arrive Wednesday for a visit to
Mr. and Mrs Hugh Sloan. Sr.
Mrs. William I. Lee left Satur
day for a visit to friends in New
Mr. and Mrs. John P. McCltire
NYLON . . . Slated as the top
hit of the summer, this budget
priced suit of crinkly nylon taf
feta can he washed and dried
overnight, needs no ironing. By
G.A.'s To Meet
At Aliens Creek
The Intermediate Girls' Auxili
ary of the Aliens Creek Baptist
Church will hold its regular meet
ing Wednesday night at 7:30
o'clock at the home of Miss Vivian
Green. Mrs. R. O. Allen, counselor
of Ihe group, will be in charge.
Y.W.A. To Meet
The vows were spoken htiieaii,
a white arch set in a background
of woodwardia feru and weMn,,
huckleberry, with floor baskets ul
white gladiolus and caiiilelabras ul
Prior to the ceremony MS
ice Smathers, organist, pu ni,.
a program of wedding music a,
Mrs. Charles Gidney, vocalist, ,ane
"O Promise Me'' and "Becau-.e
For the benediction, Mrs. Gnliiei
sang, "The Lord's Prayer." The
traditional wedding marches were
used for the processional and i,.
The bride, given in marriage In
her father, wore a gown of white
slipper satin fashioned with in,.
ported lace yoke, fitted bodice and !
"- lit li
tilat k Mount
Hit. Black J
full skirt extending into a court
train. The sleeves were long and ! Wl",lprn cJ
ended in CBlla lily points over tin-j'1'- M J
hands. Her fingertip veil of French maialwsi
illusion was edged with lace medal- Su,,Pi Co.
lions and gathered to a coronet ut ! HirM
lace ana satin, sne carrieu a cas-1 l tiomasvihe
cade bouquet ot gardenias, wink- em CaroU
sweet peas and pom poms centered 1 was an out
with a white orchid. i played m
Miss Patricia Cole, sister of the and baskeii
bride, was maid of honor. She wore lllrft' years
a gown of blue frosted organdy tu yean
with fitted bodice and full skirt I Wtirld War
with off the shoulder neck-line and
- r.(.tii,.. hot nnA Vw,..,
a llllllillii. f't-tuic nun aiHju
gloves of nylon. She caried a bou-1 Bridol
niml nf nink roses and sweet neas i
Bridesmaids were: Miss Mary Ji ! Hoill
UOie 01 Liyue, cousin ot tne oi me 1
Miss Helen Bushong of Kllenborn, ' QqUo,
and Miss Doris Brown of Clyde,
schoolmates, and Miss Hazel t ole Mi Lily
ot uanuier, cousin oi uie untie. i insion, wliil
W. T. Tate ot Chapel Hill, served .Saturday
as his brothers best man and usn-, at a take-cm
ers were Ken Johnson of Lexing-. rs Mark
ton. schoolmate oi the bridegroom, in Hatcliffetl
Herbert Foster of Lexington. Jm
The Young Woman's Auxiliary of
the Aliens Creek Baptist Church
will meet Thursday night at 7:30
o'clock at the parsonage.
Mrs Lowe Allen, counselor, will
be in charge of the meeting.
Fines Creek C. D.
Meeting To Be Held
By MRS. F. M. NOLAND
Fines Creek residents will hold
Hunt Ol Norm w iiksooi o ami .tiare ; j tlet-raUnjW
Brown ot Lexington. ; ot pink and
An intormal reception was neio ISmi
at the home ol tne nriue s pai cius t'litrence Hii
Immediately following the cere- Inllst,r
mony. The table in tne dining room gMs
was covered with a hand made n(, ut,
lace cloth centered with a three- h-u.m;
tiered wedding cake surrounded
as their ! tnt''r Community Development
Program meeting at 11 p. m. Fri-
of Hazelwood. hav
boIc for 11,,. mtsl week their "'"R11 ''Hng at 11 p
grandson. Hugli Anderson, Jr.. and I l:,v ui lhe Fines Creek sehoolhouse
William T. Bowen. both of Phila
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Mrs. Mary G. Whitloc of Bol
ton S. C, is expected tomorrow
for a visit to her brother-in-law
and sister, Dr. and Mrs. J. Louis
Cobb, at their home on Main
I The Robina N. Tate Chapter ot Street.
i - I
the Woman's Auxiliary of Orace
j Kniscopal Church will meet in the
To Meet Tuesday
home nf Mrs. M. C. Green, Tucs
day. June 14, at 8 p. ni.
All members, are asked to be
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Francis of
Heidsville spent the week-end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Francis and Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards and
son. Frankie, Mrs. Burch Brown, '
Mrs. Sherrill Pleinmons, and Mrs. j
J. M. Ratclill'e of Katclille Cove
drove to Thomasville Wednesday '
to attend the graduation of Fred
Edwards from the Mills Home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Liner have .
returned to their home in Ratcliffe
Cove after a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Moore in Rural Retreat. Va.
Fred Edwards of Thomasville is
here for a visit to his brothers.
Joe and Jack Edwards, before go
ing to Greensboro where he has a
position in the engraving depart
ment of the Greensboro Daily-
Charles Way. who has been vis
iting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Way. Jr., has returned to Duke
University to attend summer
Miss Marguerite Way left Sun
day for Charlotte for a week's visit
to Miss Betty June Sanders, a class
mate at the Woman's College. Miss
Way will be an attendant in Miss
Sanders' wedding on Saturday.
Ihe program committee is plan
ning an interesting program, and
a large audience is expected.
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