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' ;High School Girls Present
Annual Fashion Show
'ri lV The annual Fashion Show of the
Home Economics Department of
the Waynesville High School was
v, presented in the school auditorium
t Thursday morning.
.. , Fashions were shown in four
j.divisions and winners were as fol
,,,Jnws: School clothes, Mary Lou
j . Ferguson and Carolyn Sayer; hon
,, arable mention, Carolyn Rathbone
... and Mary Sue Sparks. Sport
k clothes, Carolyn Moles; honorable
.mention, Grace Mauldin, Edith
, Carver, and Carol Webb. Dress
clothes,' Joyce Caldwell; honorable
. mention, Nell Scruggs and Mar
garet Noland. Formal dress, Bar
v . bjira Chase.
1, The show was directed by Mrs.
. John Nesbitt, home economics
teacher, and was sponsored by the
Waynesville Business and Profes-
.' iJonal Women's Club
Anne Bischoff served as narrator
and Anne Coman Crawford was
Judges were Mrs. Carl Ratcliffe,
Mrs. Ben Phillips and. Miss Mar
Karet Boyd, all members of the
Low Pre-Season Rates
Is Feted At
Miss Clara Dotson, bride-elect of
James E. Davis, was honored at a
party and kitchen shower given
Friday evening with Mrs. P. H.
Gentry, Miss Judy Goodin, and
Mrs. Milas Ferguson as hostesses
in the home of Mrs. Ferguson.
Mixed spring flowers Were used
in decoration of the rooms and in
formal games were played.
The guests included Miss Dot
son, Mrs. Ned Crawford, Mrs. Clin,
ton McElroy, Mrs. Roy Callahan,
Mrs. , Raymond Caldwell, Mrs.
Charles McDarris, Mrs. Ronald
Wilson, Mrs. Templeton Leckey,
Mrs. Frank Bradshaw, Mrs. Jack
Sloan, Mrs. J. W. Reed, Jr. Mrs.
Grady Davis, Mrs. Sally Lou Jus
tice, Mrs. Sebe Bryson, Mrs. Henry
Francis, Mrs. R. C. Sheffield, Mrs.
Sally Russell, Miss Elsie McCrack
en, and Miss Louise Francis.
South Clyde Club
To Hold Food Sale
The South Clyde Home Demon
stration Club will have a food sale
this Saturday, May 26, at Ed Finen
ess store iiV Clyde. The sale will
continue all day. Proceeds will go
toward the work of the club.
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One hundred and twenty cos
tumes were modeled by approxim
ately one hundred girls.
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FABULOUSLY WEALTHY spiritual ruler of all Ismaill Moslems, Aga Khan bows to kiss the hand of 17-year-old
Karriman Sadek, lovely commoner bride of Egypt's King Farouk (left). The Aga Khan was a guest of
honor at lavish reception following the Cairo wedding. At the extreme right is bearded Crown Prince
Mohammed All, 75. A three-day, nation-wide festival followed the marriage. (International Radiophoto)
Mr, and Mrs. Plato M. Davis of
Newport News, Va., have announc
ed the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Pauline Elizabeth Davis, to
Sidney Lanier Rudisal, son of Mr,
and Mrs. Thomas Rudisal of Hazel
wood. The ceremony took place in the
First Baptist Church at Newport
News Saturday afternoon, April
28, with the Rev. Bruce H. Price
The altar was decorated with
lighted cathedral candles and ferns
against a background of plans.
Mrs. John A. Rierson, Jr., pre
sented the wedding music.
The bride, who Was given in mar
riage by her father, wore an oyster
white linen suit with navy acces
sories and a corsage of lavender
Miss Nancy Lou Grubbs of New
port News was maid of honor and
wore a blue crepe dress with mel
on colored flair back jacket, navy
blue accessories, and a corsage of
Thomas Earl Rudisal of War
wick Gardens, brother of the bride
groom served as best man and
Melvin Charles Davis, brother of
the bride, was an usher.
Mrs. Davis, mother of the bride,
wore a beige crepe dress with
black accessories and a corsage of
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the home' of the
Mrs. Rudisal is a graduate of the
Newport News High School and at
present is employed with the
N.N.S. and D.D. Co. Employees'
Mr. Rudisal. a graduate of
Waynesville High School, is sta
tioned with the Army at Fort Lee,
Following a wedding trio to Na
tural Bridge, Va., the couple will
reside at 16 Maple Avenue, New
To Have Picnic
Brownie TrooD No 3. snnnsnrpH
by the Booster's Club of Hazel-
wood, will be' entertained' with a
picnic at the Paul Davis Camp at
Balsam, Thursday afternoon. Mem
bers of the troop have been asked
to meet at the Hazelwood School
at j o clock.
The picnic will
of the last meeting of the troop
oeiore the summer vacation Host
esses for Occasion aro Mrc Paul
uavis, Mrs. Bill Prevost, and Mrs
Aaron Prevost, members of the
iroop committee. .
Mrs. Harry Bourne and Mrs
Sam Lane are leaders
To Meet Tuesday
' i ne Rector s Guild f r.r.
Episcopal Church will meet Tues
day at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
Robert Breese. Mrs. Janie Love
iaiiaferro will be associate host
Dress Revue Is
The Future Homemakers of the
Crabtree-Iron Duff High School
held their annual Dress Revue Fri
day morning in the school auditorium.
Styles were shown in six divi
sions with the following results:
In the school dress group Sybil
Bradshaw won first place; Bonnie
Sue Justice, second; and Emelyn
Jewel Dee Ferguson won first
place in the play clothes group
with Annis Noland, second, and
Bobbie Mae Welch, third.
Two tailored suits were shown
with Mattie Sue Medford winning
first place and Josephine Presnell,
In the street dress group Susie
Noland was first, Mattie Lee West,
second, and Betty Ruth Ferguson,
Winners in the dressy group
were Doris Kinsland, first; Maxine
Medford, second; and Roxie Ann
Elizabeth Ann Crawford was the
only contestant in the evening
dress division and was awarded
Others participating were Bet
ty Arrington, Shirley Smith, Ed
die Hill, Shirldean Hoglen, Valorie
Henderson, Jewel Clark, Ruth Fer
guson, Gertrude Frady, Sue Dot
son, and Jewel Dotson.
The revue was sponsored by Mrs.
Glenn Noland, home economics
teacher, and judges were Mrs. Jar
vis Caldwell, Mrs. Marshall Kirk-
patrick, and Mrs. Carroll McCrack-
Dinner Is Given
For The Phillips
Miss Judy Goodin and Ralph
Phillips entertained with a dinner
in the home of the former Thurs
day evening as a courtesy to Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Phillips, whose
marriage 'took place this spring.
The dining table was centered
with an arrangement of yellow
roses and purple iris and the
bride was presented pieces of sil
ver in her chosen pattern.
The guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mc
Cracken, , Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Gentry, and
Mrs. Sallie Lou Justice.
Club Hears Reports
The Crabtree-Hyder Mt. Club
met on- Friday at the home of Mrs,
Glenn Palmer, with Mrs. G. C.
Palmer, Jr., as co-hostess. Mrs
Lowry Rerguson gave the devo
Reports were heard irom Mrs
G. C. Palmer, Jr., Mrs. W. V
Davis, Mrs. Woodrow Plemmons
and Mrs. C. O Newell.
The demonstration on Marhi
Attachments was given by the
Miss Adora Leo Prevost enter
tained, with a supper party at the
Unagusta Camp, Saturday even
ing,, in celebration of her twelfth
birthday. , ,
i Wild flowers were used in decor
ation ol the camp and the dining
table was centered with a birth
The hostess was assisted by her
parents,- Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Pre
vost, Mrs. Jonathan Woody, Mrs.
Whitener Prevost, and Mrs. R. N.
The guests were Betty Barber,
Shuler,. Jackee Carswell, Florence
Ann Bowles, Agnes Jane Roberson,
Barbara and Patsy Jones, Ann Pre
vost, Nancy Prevost, Joyce Hamil
ton, J6 Prevost, Joyce Hamil
Stuart Roberson, Skipper Sloan,
Stephen Woody, Dan Sayer, Billy
Frevost, Sonny Prevost, Neddie
Tucker, and Sammy Lane.
Mrs. Charles E. Quinlan. who
has spent the winter with her
daughter. Miss Mary Quinlan, in
Fayetteville, will return home to-night.
Gray and Tan
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S
Chic color combination.
By VERA WINSTON ,
NEW color combinations lend
flavor to the fashion scene, one
such, gray and tan, is smartly
used for an afternoon dress of
crush-resistant linen. The gray
Is the body of the dress, a foil '
for the rich coffee-beige collar
and underskirt. The closing Is
double .breasted and Is Joined
with double-length buttonholes,
a nice detail. The oversklrt Is
lined with tan, which shows
when it swings. A brown leather
belt, brown gloves and hat com
plete the color scheme.
Opal Glee Green
Becomes Bride Of
Clayton J. Mann ;
Miss Opal Glee Greene, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Greene of
Waynesville, Ronte 1, became the
bride of Clayton James Mann, son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. P." Mann of
Candler, Route 3, In a double ring
ceremony in Maple Grove Baptist
Church Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
The Rev. Reld Lunsford officiat
ed, v v., v : v;-1-
The altar of the church was dec
orated : with floor standards of
white gladioli and the vows were
spoken before an arch, flanked by
seven branched candelabra.
A ' program of music was pre
sented by Miss Mary Jo Clark,
pianist, and Carl Painter, Jr., voca
list. Prior to the ceremony Miss
Clark played "The Sweetest Story
Ever Told" and during the taking
of the vows played "To A Wild
Rose. Mr. Painter sang "Because,"
and "The Voice That Breathed O'er
Eden."- and "A Wedding Prayer"
as a benediction.
The couple entered the church
together. The bride wore a white
suit with navy accessories and an
Miss Blanche Greene, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor and
wore an aqua suit with white ac
cessories and a corsage of yellow
Troy Hawkins, cousin of , the
groom, served as best man.
Mrs.' Greene, mother of the
bride wore a black and white print
dress with black accessories and a
corsage of white carnations.
The mother of the bridegroom
wore a navy suit with matching ac
cessories and a corsage of white
Immediately after the ceremony
the couple left for a wedding trip.
Upon their return they will be at
home In Canton.
The bride attended Fines Creek
High. School and now holds a posi
tion with the American Enka Cor
Mr. Mann attended the Canton'
Club Will Have
The May meeting of the Rich
land Garden Club will be held
Thursday at 12:30 p. m, in the
home of Mrs. Clayton Walker. Mrs.
J. H. Smathers, Jr. and Mrs. J. H.
Way will be associate hostesses.
E. C. Grennell, photographer
and gardener, of Lake Junaluska
will sho wslides of landscaping and
will speak on the culture of dah
lias and gladioli.
Members of the new garden club,
sponsored by the Richland Club,
will be guests at the meeting.
Schools and Cecil's Business Col
lege in Asheville He is presently
employed with the Canton Motor
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Street Friday .
marked the cloeot
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Mrs. Jimmy Children
were Jimn,v Med!J
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Scrap and Photo Albums
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