The Waynesville Lions Club ob
served Ladies' Night with a dinner
Thursday evening at the Lake
Junaluska School cafeteria.
Joe Cline. rlub president, serv
ed as master of ceremonies and
welcomed wives of the members
and other guests.
The program was presented by
members of the Candler Lions
Club and included selections by a
vocal quartet and a mock board ol
directors meeting. A special fea
ture was a parody of the popular
song. Davie Crockett, arranged as
a campaign song for Lawrence
Lcatherwood. candidate tor gov
ernor of Lions District 31-A.
A May Day theme was carried
?out in the decorations and the
tables wore arranged with minia
ture May l'oles. The ladies' all
received favors of costume jewelry.
More than one hundred and
fifty Lions and guests were pres
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MRS. DEAN IN HOSPITAL
Mrs. Delos Dean of Harelwood
is a patient at Memorial Mission
Hospital, Ashevitle. She expects
to be in in the hospital several
Is Bride Of
Miss Myrtle May Ostrander.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliarles
O. Oslrander of Niagara Falls,
N. Y., became the bride of Airman
Second Class Joel Robert Gilreath,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Gil
reath of Canton, April 23, at 2
p.m. in the First Methodist Church
i of Niagara Falls.
The double ring ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Shirley
Travis. A program of traditional
music was presented.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. She wore a gown
of white nylon tulle over satin with
a jacket of Chantilly lace. The
tulle skirt was trimmed with
matching lace. Her finger-tip veil
of French illusion fell from an
open crown pill' box hat of Chantil
ly lace edged with sequins and
seed pearls. She carried a bouquet
1 of white roses.
Mrs. Bertha Blubar was matron
of honor. She wore a gown of
maize Chantilly lace and nylon
r tulle, fashioned with a long torso
and full skirt. Her headdress was
a band of pleated tulle trimmed
j with flowers, and she carried a
bouquet of mixed spring flowers.
Miss Shirley Livingston, cousin
of the bride, was maid of honor.
Her gown of green Chantilly lace
and nylon tulle and her headdress
were designed like that of the ma
tron of honor. She also carried
mixed spring flowers.
Sgt, William Sanchem of Brook
lyn, N. Y. was best man. Ushers
were Harry and Ronald Livings
ton. cousins of the , bride, of Tlli- |
son burg, Ontario, Canada.
A reception was held following
the ceremony, after which the
couple left for Almogardo, New
Mexico. For traveling the bride
wore a three piece flamingo suit
with gray accessories, and a cor
sage of yellow roses.
They will reside in Almogardo
while A2/c Gilreath is stationed
there wilh t he U. S. Air Force.
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Bride - Elect
Miss Helen Garrett, bride-elect
or Clark liinkley. was the honor
guest at a miscellaneous shower
given Friday evening with Mrs. P.
?14 Gentry and Mrs. Howell Craw- ;
ford as hostesses in the home of
A bridal motif was carried out
with arrangements of white car
nations and greenery, Tbu-shower
gifts were presented in a green
and white umbrella.
Assisting in serving were Mrs.
Sallie Lou Justice and Mrs. lialph
Forty guests were Included.
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About a third of the world's tin
comes from Malaya.
NEW OFFICERS OF THE ALPHA THETA
CHAPTER of the Rota Sigma Phi sorority were
installed at a Founder's Day banquet held Sat
urday night at Jones Farm. Mrs. Rufus Pannell,
retiring president, conducted the installation
service. Shown, left to right, are Mrs. Pannell,
Mrs. Raymond Caldwell, president; Mrs. Bill Bur
Kin, recording secretary; Mrs. T. I.enoir Gwyn,
social sponsor; and Miss Nancy Medford, treas
urer. Not present for the picture were Mrs. Lloyd
Warren, vice president, and Mrs. Glenn Brown,
corresponding secretary. (Mountaineer Photo).
Are Named By
Committee chairmen for the
coming year were named at a
meeting of the Auxiliary of the
YVaynesviUe Pnit of the Ameri
can Legion Post, Wednesday night.
The chairmen, appointed oy Mrs.
Raymond Caldwell, president of
the Auxiliary, are Mrs. Neeson
Smith, child welfare; Mrs. Robert
Gibson, Sr., rehabilitation; Mrs.
Roy Campbell, progratp; Miss Ida
Jean Brown, music; Kirs. Linwood
Grahl, finance; and Mre. Leo Mar
Officers of the organisation, who
will serve another year, are Mrs,
Caldwell, president;. Mrs. Robert
H. Hall, vice president; Mrs. J. T.
Russell, secretary-titeasurer; Mrs.
Howell Crawforfl. historian; Mrs.
Robert Gibson, Sr., chaplain; and
Miss Ida Jean Brown, sergeant-al
Mrs. Gibson announced the selec
tion of Patsy Holder and Amelia
Alexander as representatives of the
Auxiliary at the annual Girls' State
to be held in Greensboro in June.
Mrs. Robert Hall reported plans
for the Poppy Sale to be held in
A decision was reached to hold
| the regular monthly meetings on
the fourth Tuesday night in eacli
; month instead of the fourth Wed
; nesday night.
Charles Edwards was the guest
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The United States invests 870,000
in the training of each military
' jet pilot.
To Be Married
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Frady of
Long Beach, California have an
nounced the engagement oi their
cousin, Juanita Frady. to Conrad
Robert Rath, Jr., of Maywood,
Miss Frady is the daughter of
Mrs. Robert G. Miller of Waynes
ville. She was graduated from
i Long Beach Nurses' Institute in
aJnuary, 1953, and attended Long
Beach City College.
Mr. Rath is a graduate of Bell
High School and served as Phar
macist's Mate in the U. S. Navy,
lie is now employed by General
Bearings Company, Los Angeles.
The wedding is planned for Sat
urday, May 14, at 4 p.m. in the
Greina Green Chapel, Downey,
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Dr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Matthews
left Sunday for Pinehurt where
Dr. Matthews will attend the
North Carolina State Medical Con
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lemire,
who recently returned from Medel
i lin, Columbia. South America, left
! Friday Tor Philadelphia. Pa., after
j spending two weeks here with Mrs.
i I-emire's mother, Mrs. Verge Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Williams
left Friday for Greensboro to visit
their daughter, Miss Jean Williams,
| a student at W.C., U.N.C. They
will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Cathey in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Gil
reath have returned to their home
from Niagara Falls, N. Y., where
they attended the wedding of their
son A 2/c Joel Robert Galreath to
Miss Myrtle May Ostrander.
Mrs. W. G. Cole has returned
to her home here after spending
some time with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
J. Hester, and family in Roxboro.
Mrs. John William Holtzclaw
and daughter. F.rika Nell, left by
plane Tuesday for Europe where
they will spend some time.
Dr. E. P. Billups ot Leaksville.
former pastor of Central Metho
dist Church here, was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Freel during
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CAR Chapter To Hold
Meeting On Friday
The Joseph Howell Society,
Children of the American Revo
lution will be held Friday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock with Helen
Kirkpatrick as hostess in the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Kirkpatrick, Jr., at Crabtree.
A nature program has been
planned and Betty Barber will pre
The annual Founder's Day ban
quet was held by members of the
XI Omicron and Alpha Theta chap
ters of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority
Saturday evening at Jones Farm.
Mrs. T. L. Gwyn, social sponsor
of the sorority, was the speaker
and used as her subject, "To Live,
To Dream, To Remember."
Mrs. Hufus Pannell, retiring
president of the Alpha Theta
Chapter, served as inijtress of
ceremonies and also installed new
officers of her chapter as follows:
Mrs. Raymond Caldwell, president;
Mrs. Lloyd Warren, vice president;
Mrs. Bill Burgin, recording secre
tary; Miss Nancy Medford, treas
urer; and Mrs. Glenn Brown, cor
During the brief business session
the sorority planned its annual
Mother's Day banquet to be' held
Friday. May 6, at the Waynesville
Arrangements of yellow carna
tions wpre used as table decora
tions to carry out the sorority
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At Coffee Hour
Mrs. Hallett Ward and Mrs. C.
G. Thompson entertained Miss
Lane Prevost, bride-elect of James
N. Swift, at a coffee hour Friday
morning in the home of Mrs. Ward
at Lake Junaluska.
In the receiving line with Mrs.
Ward and Mrs. Thomosnn were
Miss Prevost and her mother, Mrs. j
Ralph Prevost, and Mrs. W. F.
Swift, mother of the bridegroom
During the first hour the guests
were greeted by Mrs. William Pre
vost. Mrs. Aaron Prevost and Mrs. ?
Charles Ketner received in the liv- 1
ing room and Mrs. John Hipps and
Mrs. J. M. Long presided at the
dining room table. Assisting in the
dining room were Mrs. Richard
Barber, Jr. and Mrs. H. P. Mc
The table was covered with an
imported cloth of linen and Brus
j sells lace and was centered with '
a silver bowl of spring flowers in
| pastel shades.
Mrs. Whitener Prevost greeted
i the guests during the second hour,
1 Miss Betsey Lane Quintan and Mrs.
Alvin Ward received in the living
room, and Mrs. T. G. Boyd, Sr. and
Mrs. R. L. Prevost presided at the
I coffee table. Mrs. Barber and Mrs.
' McCarroll again assisted in the
! dining room.
About eighty-five guests were in
cluded in the courtesy.
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Scientists believe that the first
! villages were set up in what is now
' Iraq about 7.000 years ago.
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