TO WOMEN activiTIE,
MRS. BEN SLOAN, Editor Home Phone 462-J
To Be Given By
Announcement was made today
of a benefit card party to Ik? held
Wednesday, April 26, at 7:30 p, m.
The affair, sponsored by the
Waynesvilie Woman's Club, will
be held in the display room of
Davis-Liner Motor Sales,
Arrangements for the- party are
In charge of a committee com
posed of Mrs. Virgil Smith, chair
man, Mrs. Carl Mundy, Mrs. C. F.
Klrkpatrlek. Mrs. Charles Ray,
Mrs. W. M. Cobb, Mrs-Charles
Ketner, Mrs. Will Fahrion and
Mrs. John Hipps.
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Senior Prom Is
At St. John's
One of the most eagerly antici
pated events at St. John's School,
the Senior Prom, was held in the
school audiiorium Monday even
ing. This year's prom theme was
based on the song, f'f$lue Moon,"
and decorations were unusually at
tractive. Dark blue crepe paper,
studded with silver stars, covered
the celling, and a half-moon shone
against the drawn curtains of the
stage. Table were arranged along
the walls and were concealed from
the dancing area by blue paper
Reigning over the affair were
Queen Doif Keihast and King Hal
lett Ward, who were crowned In
rolorful ceremonies during the
the coronation followed a grand
rriarch ltl which the couples par
ticipating fbrrried an drfch for the
Miss betie Hannah was the honor
attendant for the tjueen and was
escorted by Jtick Willis. Other
maids were Glhny Kernan with
Tudor Hall and Barbara Jean Pbtts
with Tommy Hudson. The girls
wor dresses of different pastel
Shades and the queen was attired
In White tulle.
Refreshments were served during
Serving as chaperons and assist
ing With the prom were Mrs. Wil
liam Hannah, Mr. and Mis. Hal
Iftt Ward, Mr. Raymond Lane1,
Mrs. E. J. LIllUS, Mrs. Wnlt r
Taliaferro', Mrs.1 Leo Miirtel, Mrs.
N. F. Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Kctner, Mr. and Mrs. John
llipps and William Sanderson.
Special guests for the prom were
students of the music school of
St. johh'S and a number of Way
nesvilie High School students.
Mrs. Sam Jones has returned
from a visit to her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr and Mrs. Don Honey,
cutt, in Waukegan, Illinois.
"Bett Draflds Mean Better Buys"
Dainty pink lingerie.
By VERA WINSTON
SOME of the daintiest, the pret
tiest lingerie seen in many a sea
son is of cotton. AH the loving care
usually lavished on fine silk hat
been bestowed on this charming
nightgown of pale pink cotton of
very sheer, fine quality. Matching
embroidered banding is worked
into a pretty neckline and is Set-In
' at the wmpt. The bodice is finely
pleated above the waist Below the
waist turks are released into the
gentle fullness of the akirt. There
ia a matching ribbon sash in back.
Mrs. J. L. Carwilc left Wednes
day' for Lynchburg, Virginia to be
with her sister, Miss Lena Drake,
who was injured in an automobile
accident en route to Washington,
D. C. . ' ' , v
for Town, Country Spring
Miss Lois Miller
Is Bride Of
h R. Jackson
Miss Lois Miller, daughter of
Mrs. Howard Cagle and the late
Hadldean Sillier of Way'nesville,
became the bride of John Richard
Jackson, son of Mrs. Alice Jack
son and the late R. W. Jackson of
Waynesvilie, in a ceremony which
took place at the Ratcliffe Cove
Methodist Church at noon on last(
The Rev. Paul Taylor pronounc
ed the vow;, using the double ring
The church Was decorated with
baskets of gladioli, white carna
tions, and lilies against a back
ground of ivy. Branched candelab
ra were also used.
Prior to the wedding Jimmy
Galloway, pianist, presented a pro
gram of music, which included
"Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," "Oh,
Promise Me." "Because." and "the
Rosary". The traditional wedding
marches were played as proces
sional and recessional.
The bride and bridegroom en
tered the church together and were
lihattended. the bride wore a
Spring stilt Of navy blue with navy
and white accessories and her cor
sage was of gardenias.
Usher, were Jack Af rlngtoh of
Wayhest'ljle and H. W. Jackson,
brother of the bHdegrodm, of
Quonsct Point, Rhode Island.
Immediately after the ccrehibnv
at the church the couple left by
tar for a wedding trip through the
Mrs. Jackson received her edu
cation in (he Waynesvilie 'schools
and is now employed at Curtis
The groom who hds the rank of
quartermaster, first class, has serv
ed for the past four years in the
United Slates Coast Guard, bur
Irig World War It he served four
years lh the Navy, most of which
was spent in the Pacific theatre.
He is a graduate of Wayhesville
township High School and is ndw
stationed in Baltimore, Md.
Out of town guests at the wed
ding included Mr. and Mrs. Ruftis
W. Jackson of Quonset Point, R. l.
the Young Woman's Auxiliary of
the Crabtree Baptist Church met
tucsday at the home of Mrs. Spen
cer Fisher at Fines Creek; Mrs.
Charles Noland, president,; was In
Plans were made for a picnic
to be held in May.
Following the business the pro
gram was eiven hv rill mftnhtt-s
presentincluding Mrs. Hugh Walk
er, Mrs. OMIle Alien, Mrs. Speh
cer Fisher, Miss Geraldine Allen,
Miss Betty Jo Allen, MlSs Dorothy
Haney. Miss Lane ;Walker, Miss
flettv LoU Walker. Miss Rtith tlil.
lett, and Mrs. Charles Noland.
During the social hoUr the host
ess was assisted in sprvlhi? hv Mite
the regular meeting of the Rog
ers Cove Home Demonstration Club
was held Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. A. L. Yarborough
with Mrs. David Riley, president,
the devotional was given by
Mrs. Horace Crawford.
During the business session the
grolip decided to hold night meet
JngS in order to include ladies In
the cohimunity who are not able to
attend the day meetings. Recipes
were submitted for the county'
Wide cook book.
The demonstration, "My Best
Dress," given by Miss Mary Corn
Well, home agent.
Leaders reports included Mrs.
Horace Crawford on house furnish
ings, Mrs. Carey McCracken on
home management; and Mrs. Davis
Riley on family life.
Miss Com well Gives
Miss Mary Cdrnwell gave thfe
dorndhstrallon on "My Best Dress,"
at the April meeting of the Francis
Cove Home Demonstration Club
held Wednesday afternoon at the
hOitie of Mrs. Bill Hollihgsworth.
Mrs. Henry Francis presided and
Mrs. troy Wyche gave the devd
tlonal. Plans were made to work with
the Iron buff club oh a jdlnt
exhibit for National Home Dem
onstration Club Week, a discus
sion was held on the Club's partici
pation in, the coUnty-wlde essay
contest; and Mrs troy Wythe was
named chairman of a publicity
Project leaders reporting Were
Mrs. Henry Francis, Miss Vinson
McElroy, Mrs. troy Wyehe, Mrs.
R. C. Richman, and Mrs. Homer
A social hour Wis enjoyed fol
lowing the meeting.
Girl Is On Boys' Golf Team
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Jane thomas (left), outstanding girl golfer Of Salisburyhas earned
a regular position on the men's golf team of Catawba College. She
is planning strategy with Tommy Llewellyn (right), a member of
the team. Jane Is a junior at the college. She will compete against
men's teams from other colleges and will ask no quarter. AP).
Party In Clyde
Mrs. Robert Murphey:-entertain
ed Ihformally at a buffet supper at
her Home in Clyde Saturday even
ing, honoring Miss Lucille Cathey
of Greensboro, who spent the
Easter week-end with her mother,
Mrs. thad Cathey, in Clyde,
The Easter motif was observed
in the living room .and dining room
where miniature baskets, colored"
eggs, and rabbits, decorated the
mantel and tables.
'' After-dinner games Included de
signing and coloring eggs, and an
egg-rolling contest. ,
' Mrs. Harry Swartz of Portland,
Oregon, sister-in-law of the hos
tess, was a special guest.
Others present Included Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Hutchison and Mr. and
Mrs. Chick Moses of Charlotte;
Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Ledford and
Alflin McKinnifih of Canton, Mr.
and Mrs. tiugh Francis of Waynes
vilie, Miss Doris Brown. Miss Gla
dys Chadwell, Milton Brown, Glenn
William Brown, Sammy Kay
Haynes, and Joe Haynes.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Haynes,
parents df Mrs. Murphey, assisted
D.A.R. Will Meet
Friday At 3:30
The Dorcas Bell Love Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revo
lution will meet at The Retreat to
morrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Mrs.' Robert Osborne and Mrs.
J.. F. Aoel will be hostesses and
Mrs. J. W. Killian will preside.
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Is Honored At
Mrs. Carlcton Weatherby enter
tained with a party at Miss Llhd
sley's Kindergarten Tuesday morn
ing in honor of her son, Eddy
Weatherby, who was celebrating
his fourth birthday.
Faster colors were used In the
party appointments and favors
were balloons, candy baskets and
Various games were played and
prizes were awarded to the 'win
Mrs. Weatherby was assisted by
Mis& Sue Willard Llndsley, teach
er of the kindergarten.
The guests In addition to Eddy,
were Marietta Campbell, Mary
Barber, Mary Mae Moore, Mary
Linda Sloan, Sara Jane League.
Cathey Massie, Carey Howell,
Mlmi Rollman, Charles Hendley,
tommy Walker, Lanny Rollman,
Freddie Whisenhunt, Harris Pro
vost and Jimmy Medford.
G. S. Troop
Names Officers -
New officers and patrol leaders
for Girl Scout troop No. 4 were
elected Wednesday night at a meet
ing at the Girl Scout Hut,
Betty Ann Brown was named
president and Anne Bischoff was
re-elected secretary-treasurer. Pat
rol leaders elected are Vivian
WatkinS; Joan Morris, and Mary
Leaders for the troop, a senior
group, are Miss Mary Lu ElWood
and Mrs. John Carpenter.
- A - DAY
tres oq tWone
Mrs. William Hannah and daugh
ter, Bette Hannah, and ton, Win
gate Hannah, left this morning for
a vacation in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nonnan and
children have returned to their
home in Aliens Creek community
after spending the winter at Fort
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