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the Waynes ville mountaineer
OF INTEREST TO
y, I MKis. LSLilN SL.UAN,
MRS. BEN SLOAN,
Frances Ferguson Robeson
Weds Robert L. Amsler
Miss Frances Ferguson Robeson,
daughter ol Mr and Mrs Edward
Jphn Kubcson, Jr., of Menv
Point." Warwick Counts. Va be
came the bride ol Robert Lcmv
Amsler of Wilmington. Delaware,
son of Mr. and Mrs Lerov Ainsh r
at Decaiui Ga , in a ctrriiions at
Grace Methodist Church in New
port News. Va.. Saturday evening at
.30 O Ciock The JiH W V.UI"ll.H!
Moure pronounced the uw
The church was decorated Willi
Soiithtni ii 1 1 j x and floor b.ist.tt
of white lilies niii-i-pri -i it with
candelabra, and tli,- altar mi.
tred with ,.n lieiilooin hand-embroidered
Mrs George 1) Cole oi Newport
News organist, un seined a piu
stran; ol nuptial mu'ic and plavcd
the traditional marches for the
processional and the i ccc.s-iuna:
The biidr. given in marriage b j
Lei fatfiei . wore a tiw n of antique
ivory satin, triinnicd in Veitelian
lace from her mother's wedding
gown. Her veil of bridal illusion,
which lt-ll the full length of lit i
sov.n, wa worn with a lact- band i
trimmed at either side with orange I
blossoms She wore a brooch audi
eai rings which had been used by
her gt eat -great grandmother on
her wedding da Her bouquet was
ol white roses and lilies of the val- ;
ley, shuwered in stephanoli.v j
Miss Martha Richard Robeson i
was her sister's maid of honor and
Airs J Weaver Kirkoatrick of Alia- ,
Vita. Va.. another sister, was mat- I
ron of honor. j
Bridesmaids were Miss Pamela ;
Cole. Miss June Levine. Miss Mar- '
garet Le Payne, and Miss Sarah j
Vane Robeson, cousin of the bride. '
all of Newport News. They wore
identical gowns of turquoise satin
with wristlets of matching satin j
and carried crescent-shaped ca-1
cade bouquets of Better! ime rest s
The bridegroom had as his best
man his twin brother. Fred I'. Amp
ler, of Washington. Ga . and ushers
were Sam Patton and James 1'al
ton of Charlottesville. Va.. George
Scot! Candler. Jr.. of Decatur. Ga
and Edward John Robeson 111 ol
Following the ceremoin the pai
ents of the bride entertained at a
reception at the Hotel Chatnbcrlin.
.'Old Point Comfort. Va.
The bride, who has spent much
I time in Waynesville. is the grand
. daughter of the late Professor and
Mrs. Edward J Robeson and tin
.great granddaughter of the late
Judge and Mrs Garland S. Fergu-
son of Waynesville. She is a gradu
ate of Newport News High Schooi
and Agnes Scott College.
'. Mr. Amsler is a graduate ol
Que to cuius . . - caaeu
CT without "dosing"
TWO IDEAL BUILDING LOTS
Near Dayton Rubber Co.
Both for S500.00.
Do You Want
(Cries How Kelly as he drags Arleta through the shrubbery.
Who is out to get her? Why is the Langtry name hated so in
the neighborhood? Who wants to destroy all the good Chips
angtry strove or? . . Read all about it in . . .
HEART OF HAPPINESS
This new serial start Lot in this paper Thursday.
2J W4 Wt3 UU&WiU:L;U
and CLUB ACTIVITIES
Society Editor-- Office Phone
Society tditor umce rnone
Velret eoat with zig-zag trim,
By VERA WINSTON
THE WELL-CHOSEN little
coat is prepared to go out after
noons as a complement to a cock
tail dress, or to assume full re
sponsibility for cover-up duty
with a full evening dress. This
coat, prepared for a good season,
is of black velvet with lig-iag
stitching forming a wide border at
the bottom and for the cuff trim.
The coat has a generous flare in
back, and the sleeves are belled
from a wide, loose arm-hole.
Is Engaged To
W. D. Edwards
Mr. and .Mrs. R. L. McKinney of
Clyde have announced the engage
ment of their daughter. Miss Bar
bara Ann McKinney. to William D.
Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
S. Edwards of Canton.
The date of the wedding has not
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Floyd spent
the weekend in Birmingham. Ala.,
and attended the Alabama-Tennessee
Georgia Tech and is a chemical
engineer. He served two years in
the Army during World War II and
now holds a position with E. I.
Dupor.t Company in Wilmington.
Delaware where the couple will re
side. Miss Frances Robeson. of
Waynesville. aunt of the bride, was
among the out-of-town guests at
tending the wedding.
to Be Killed . ,
700 Home Phone 462-J
vuu Home Phone
Two Couples Are
Honored At Party
Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Bryson and
Mrs. Bryson's sister. Miss Bernice
Harrell entertained at the Bryson
residence, Hillbrook Farm. Sun
day afternoon, honoring Miss Elise
DeLozier and Joseph Palmer, whose
wedding will take place in Ashe
ville next month, and Mrs. Ethel
Hayes Fisher and Charles McDar
ris. who will be married here in
Arrangements of mixed fall
flowers were used in decoration of
I the living rooms and the bridal
i motif was observed in the dining
Receiving with the hosts and
! honor guests were Mr. and M. s. J. I
C. DeLozier of Asheville. parents
j of Miss DeLozier. and Mr. and
I Mrs. Frank Hall of Whittier.
brother-in-law and sister of Mrs.
' Fisher. The brides-elect wore cor
sages presented to them by their
hosts. ' i
J During the first hour Miss Ktlith i
r Summerrow received at the front
j door and Miss Dixie Campbell pre- j
t sided in the dining room, with Miss
I Marie Plott assisting in serv ing.
Miss Josephine Cabe greeted the
j guests during the second hour and
Miss Edna Summerrow poured.
Mrs. Clifford Harrell assisted in
the dining room. !
The dining table was covered ;
with a lace cloth and held an ar- ,
rangement of w hite chrysanthe- j
mums in a cut-glass bowl. A wed
ding ring, formed with liny white
chrysanthemums, centered the i
mantel and on either side were I
i Dresden china slippers also hold
ine white chrysanthemums
The guest list included Mr. and I
Mrs. Roy Campbell. Miss Dorothy
Whisenhunt, Miss Frances Rose.
Miss Mary Sue Crocker. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Edwards. Mrs. Rob
ert Palmer. Mrs. Roy Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Braren. Mr. and
Mrs. Padgett of Sylva. Mks Betty
Bradley. Joe Cline. Harry Robin
son Miss Pearl Hayes. Joe John
son. George Jones, Jr., Mrs Elsie
Massie of Sylva. Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Buckner of Asheville. Mr.
and Mrs. Cliltor.d Harrell. and
The brides-elect were presented
pieces of china in their chosen
JJrs. llolliijeld Improving
Mrs. Jarvis J. Hollifield. w ho re-1
cently underwent an operation at ;
the Haywood County Hospital, is
FANCY PANTS FOR SMALL FRY
NEW IX)OK DIAI'F.RS . . These fasliionable babies arc wearing
far left, a gauzy oblong shaped model, light weight and non-bulky:
ted softy; right, the pin-free dlaner which snaps on.
By DOROTHY ROE
Associated Press Fashion Editor
While the fashion world is seeth
ing with news of the latest Paris
silhouette for Mama. Baby has been
making news of his own. stylew ise.
It's no longer correct for the
well -dressed nursery set to wear
the same old design in diapers.
As all up-to-date baby sitters know,
the three-cornered style went out
a couple of decades ago. and the ob
long fold lias been the thing since
Now come a whole flock of in
novations, shown at a recent
WATEHPROOF, .CREEPER ...
lined in waterproof plastic Mm,
for complete protection.
You Do It Lijce
. K ... - ' fe SS-,: ., i--
Allan Alexander iri.ehti, 2. appears in deep concentration in
getting a few t;olf pointers from his big brother David, 3. These
small fi pollers using a sawed oil club are learning the game from
their iladdv Joseph Alexander, a pro golfer who managis a driv
ing range at Kaleigh. "l is reliablly reported that David gets 30 to
."ill yi.rds on each drive and straight down the fairway. iAP Photo."
Wedding Of Miss
; Holman And Sgt.
l GREAT FALLS AEB. Montana
Sgt. Billie Carver, career airman
, with i!u- Finance Section at this
I station from Wavneswlle, N. C
land Miss Beatrice Holman of Great
! Falls were married at the court-
houSt' lui't' lilsl Fl idi'.v
The ceremony was performed by
Judge Isaacson. Great Falls Jus
tice of the Piaee and the couple
were attended by Pl'e. John Rush
oii as best man and Miss Jean Len
n. ui ol Great Falls as bridesmaid.
'I'he bride wore a blue satin en
semble with it corsage of crushed
Alter ;i short honeymoon in the
Great Falls area the couple will
.eMilc in Great Falls.
T. E. L. Class
To Meet Thursday
The T E L. Sundav School Class
ol the First Baptist Church will
meet Thursday night at 7:30 at
the home of Mrs. Jack Sease on
convention of the National Baby
Institute. with the hourglass
I diaper the last word in fashion
for small fry. This "smooth look"
I garment is a softy made of a knit
ted brushed yarn and cut in hour
glass shape, which eliminates un
necessary hulk and adjusts to fit
j babies of different ages.
New also is the pin-free diaper,
which uses snaps instead of
safety pins and has an ingenious
snap tab for fastening it to the
Waterproof baby pants also are
turning up in models worthy of a
streamlined age. One of the most
' , ' - , ' :
fyt ? PL's' " "f'A
the pants of this goft creeper are
to that it may be worn over diaper
Are Hosts Of
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gwyn
were hosts of a family dinner
Thursday evening at their home on
the Country Club Drive in honor
of Mrs. Gwyn's brother and sister-in-law,
Commander and Mrs. Wil
liam Henry Lee, who have recently
returned from a four months' wed
ding trip to Europe.
The dining table was covered
with an embroidered cloth and
had a centerpiece of yellow and
White chrysanthemums in a silver
The guests in addition to Conidr.
and Mrs. Lee were Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Tom
The October meeting of the
Waynesville Woman's Club, which
was scheduled for Thursday, has
been postponed for a week and
will be held next Thursday, Octo
ber 27, at the Presbyterian Church.
the last word in diaper
next, the hourglass style
in a knit-
efficient is a style called the "boat
er", which consists of a plastic
diaper with comfortable waistband
and a four-inch fold on each side
The regular diaper is folded in
eight thicknesses and fitted inside
the plastic cover, to provide ultim
ate protection then the whole
thing is snapped on Baby.
Then there's- a new creeper for
fashionable babies which has a
plastic 61m interlining built into
the pants. After baby's tliaper is
adjusted the waterproof creepers
are put on over it, and baby is
socially acceptable despite acci
BOATER . . , New plasty film
diaper covet which snaps on,
'jimm . s
Mrs. Barber Is
Of N.O. Pilgrim Society
The North Carolina branch of
The National Sons and Daughters
of the Pilgrims was perfected at a
meeting held Monday at the Marl
borough Hotel in Durham, witn
Mrs. R. N. Barber of Waynesville
as organizing governor.
The purpose of the society is to
perpetuate the memory and to fos
ter and promote the principles and
virtues of the Pilgrims; to publicly
commemorate at stated times, prin
cipal events in the history of the
Pilgrims, and to erect durable me
morials to historic nien and events.
The organization also encourages
the study and research of Pilgrim
history, especially as related to the
foundation of civil government on
the principles of soul-liberty.
The organization in this country
was formed December 21, 1908. by
Thomas W. Bieknell, and there are
many state societies in the nation.
Eligibility in the society requires
descent from a settler in this coun
try prior to the 1700s. Mrs. Barber,
organizing governor, has been
prominent in historical organiza
tions for a number of years and has
wide membership in various
groujis. She has held numerous
offices .including. District DAK his
torian, state registrar of the N. C.
Daughters of the Confederacy;
president of the N. C. Society
Daughters of Colonial Wars, state
vice president of the Daughters of
the American Colonists, and, at
present, organizing regent oi the
j L'naka Chapter. D.A.C. of WNC.
I She is a member of the Hugue
; not society. Colonial Dames of the
! XVII Century of Virginia: The
Janiesstown Settlers, N. C. Society
for the preservation of Antiques;
the Magna Charter Dames, N. C.
Historical Society, and other civic
j Fleeted to serve with Mrs. Barb
er in the N. C. branch of the new
ly organized society were: deputy
; governor- Mrs. Nathan Johnson of
i Dunn: counselor, Mrs. Charles Can
j non of Concord; treasurer, Mrs. C.
II. Shipp of Durham, recording
i secretary, Mrs. Slis Shelton of
j Statesville: corresponding secretary
j Mrs. J. M. Williams of Chapel Hill.
I Registrar. Mrs. G. D. Reynolds
of Albemarle; historian, Mrs. M. O.
I Jackson of Charlotte; elder, Mrs.
j A. W. Hoffman of Raleigh; captain,
j Mrs. John C. Kellenberger of
Mrs. Moore Is
Mrs. Dan K. Moore was hostess
for the October meeting of the
Dorcas Bell Love Chapter, Daugh
ters of the American Revolution,
at her home in Sylva, Friday aft
ernoon. Miss Ida Penny, chairman of ap
proved schools, was in charge of
the program. She discussed the
three D.A.H.-sponsored schools,
Tamassec, Kate Duncan Smith, and
Mrs. Ben Colkitt, chairman of
the building committee, gave an
outline of the plans for the new
D.A.H. building to be erected in
Mrs. T. L. Gwyn, chairman of
I he Good Citizenship Contest, an
nounced the selection of Miss
Kathryn H.vatt, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dewey Hyatt, as the con
testant for this year.
Mrs. J. W. Killian, regent, pre
sided. Refreshments were served by
the hostess during the social hour
following the meeting. Special
guests were Mrs. Paul Reid of
Cullowhee and Mrs. Ramsey Bu
chanan. Mrs. David Hall. Sr., and
Mrs. David Hall. Jr., of Sylva.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy of
Springfield. Ore., announce the
birth of a daughter on October 12,
in Springfield. Mrs. Murphy is the
former Miss Jean Porter Haynes,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy S.
I lay nes of Clyde.
Use the Want Ad page for sell
ing, renting, or return of lost items.
Cleaning, Waxinsr, etc.
M. V. BRAMLETT, Jr.
Phone 1012-R Waynesville
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7 TO PLUMFiikHZ 1
r THAU tinu m tuci.
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MMlMm EAGLE KJSOifi;
jfSJjtjn John R. Cube
Peggy Ann Keenei
Is Married To
The wedding of Mi- peggy Anj
n.-L-nr, ouiy (laugllln- of
and Mrs. J. 11. Keener of (
and Monroe Jnnian Phillip:,.
Mr. jinrl tvirw I u- in
....... . I-JUIIllJS aj
of Canton, took place ;,t u i,ullu.
ol the bride's grandpar, nt-
aim mrs. lull l.. Jaiin:,un
alternoon October 7
lilies atlendin- ! A I'mttran, of'
W. Kirhv. ,,h-i,- ,, 1 '"'"'"ted U.V.:
The Rev. C
.viei nil I
Church, performed the donhu- n,,-.
The vows were pol., ,. , f,,,,,,
of the fireplace, which vvu banked
with lace fern and autumn 1I JVC.
and basket, of while ai,J b,,m,.
Mrs. Frank 1!
Me;e e. ,
and Mrs. T. i'. Hiee, voralei.
sented a pro,"rani ol weddin;; inn
sic. The traditional w, diiin;
marcnes were U' ed. The hi idi
bridegroom entered logethei
The bride wore a thistl,. g;,j;,r.
dine suil with gray access,,, jt.,
an orchid corsage.
Following the ceremony, a ,v.
ception was held. The bridal tab,,
was covered with a lace cloth and
was centered with a white tiered
wedding cake. Assisting in the din
ing room were Mrs. J. It. Jamison
Mrs. Ralph Howell. Mrs. Hugh
Keener and Mrs. Burgin Baity.
The bride's mother wore an
in erni on o est: .. tun ,
"".'"Si VI IHI 1 OSl-S. I I )l ;l
groom s mot iter wore gra v
and a corsage of red roses
After the reception the couple
left by motor for Hock Hill, s ('..
where they will be at home.
Mrs. Phillips is a graduate of
canton High School and attended bridegroom ThJ
Brevard College. Mr. Phillips is a tushia satin ideiJ
ve.eian oi norm war it. having , ti,at of the maid
sci veu uiree v ears in tile C. S. i Sliemll 8
rvavj. anil is now employed L liis sn as best
."mieiicaii ceianese company at were Donald Lea
kock nil I, s. c. of h0 iMKieg,
vjui-oi-iown guests include Mr. ! llnd m . j001J
anu Mrs. f rank Keener. Frank : bride, and S.
wrr Keener iinil Mrs. Varder Hipps Xcupon Neus.
ol Asneville. arid Mrs. Ana Ever
hart of Greencvillc. Telin.
J. E. Tutor
Is New Manager
Of Strand Theatre
J. E. Tutor of Rockingham lias
taken over the management of the
Strand Theatre here. The posi
tion has been held by O. M. Swain.
Mr. Tutor has managed a number
of Strand Theatres in the state
His wife and nine-year-old daugh
ter will join him here at an early
Mr. and Mrs. Swain and their
little daughter have ;'one to 'IVx.r
where Mr. Swain will take over a
c f.,M! Stop this l.eat lo!
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