Miss Cline ,
Mix Virginia Cilne of Canton.
brMt-tlwt of Edward Thornhlll.
111. of Bnaqklyn. N. V.. wai honored
at a luncheon given at "Sunny
side Inn" In AahevlUe Friday.
Guests Included Mix Cllne. Mm
A. P. Cllne. mother of the hrlde
eleet, Mr* F. T Peden. Mrs W R.
*Palmer. Mr*. V. H. Duckett. Mr*.
W. B Williamson. Jr.. Mrs C. A.
Stone. Mrs Fred Ferguson. Mrs.
Clyde R. Hocy.
The behor guest was presented .
a nift of topper by the guests.
Miss Cllne. whose wedding will
take place In July, will be enter
tained *t a coffee Tuesday In the
home of Mrs. Clyde R. Hoey.
Go Wodhesday Mr* N. M Med- 1
ford and Mrs Phil Medford of
Waynesvllle will honor Miss Cllne /
ot a luncheon at the Waynesvllle
Mr*. to. B Williamson. Jr. will
be hostess at a luncheon In the
Rlltmore Forest Country Club on
Friday as a courtesy to Mis* Cllne.
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Mountain View Club
Subscribes To Project
The Mountain View Garden Club
subscribed gfto' to the ?ecreatlon
pKiJect ft Its regular meeting
Thursday In the home of Mr*. Joe
A prvnam oh "Vines to Fit your
NeedS** ntos given by Mrs. Boyd
Mrs. A, R. Rlegg conducted the
Prior the meeting luncheon
was ser#d by the hoatesses. Mrs.
Othcyt M.r* Fred Hyatt, and Mrs
Guests were Mr*. W. D. Gilles
pie of Atlanta adn Mrs. David Ling.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson
cf Elkin spent the weekend with
the latter'* parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Hyatt. They were accom
panied home by Mrs. Richardson's
nieces, Emily. Lilian, and Beth
Hyatt, who will spend this week In
NOW IS THE
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Main St. GL 6-8210
MM. RALPH A. WARD, wife of
Bisfiop Ward of the Howe Kane
Area, will be the featared speak
er Wednesday night In Rtaart
Auditorium at Lake Junaluska.
The program la a part of the
three-day annul meeting of the
Woman'* Society of CfcrlaUan
Service of The Methodist Church.
Dpens Today At
The sixteenth annual meeting of
he Woman's Society of Christian
lervice of the Western North Caro
ina Conference of The Methodist
,'liurch will open tomorrow after
icon at Lkke Junaluska. ?
The three-day conference will
lave a* a theme. "Thine Is The
J lory." Mr*. J W Harbison of
ihelby, conference president, will
Pre-conference meetings o f
landing committee* and the ex
?cutlve board were held today.
The first general meeting will
ipen at 2 p.m. Tuesday with the
irganization of the conference and
ntroduction of officers and guests,
ioly communion will be admlnls
ered by Adm. ff. N. Thomas after
vhich a Love Offering will be
Miss Clara French, executive
ecretary of Work in Southeast
Isla and China, will be the fea
ured speaker Tuesday night.
Mrs. Ralph A. Ward, wife of
llshop Ward of the Hong Hong
irea, will speak Wednesday even
The conference will close follow
ng the morning session on Thurs
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Lions Attend Meet
kt Carolina Beach
Lawrence Leatherwood, gover
tor of Lions District 31-A, and
Mrs. Leatherwood returned Wed
nesday from Carolina Beach where
hey attended the State Lions Con
Also attending the convention
nd Mrs. Harry Whisenhunt and
heir son, Danny; Mr. and Mrs
Ernest Edwards and their children,
ind Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woodard
ind their son, Jimmy.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thomas and
heir children. Judy, Gwyn and
Eddie, left today for Daytona
leach, Florida for a vacation.
Week Will Honor
Mrs. Charles Rhododarmer and
Mr*. Prank Wykle of Canton were
hostesses at a breakfast this morn
lag at Glenelle's on Plsgah Drive
as a courtesy to Miss Adrienne
Elizabeth Smathers, bride-elect of
The honoree was presented a
shower of kitchen gifts. Miss
Virginia CMne. also a bride-elect,
was presented a gift.
Arrangements of pink and white
spring flowers were used on the
The guests list Included Miss
Smathers, Mrs Fleetwood Smat
hers, mother of the honor guest.
Mrs. M. C. Henson, Mrs. W. J.
Hattison. Mrs. George Henson. |
given by Mrs. Donald W. Randolph
and Mrs. Eleanor G. Jacocks in the
home of the former.
Mrs. A. P. Cllne and Mrs A. P.
Cline, Jr. were hostesses at a
bridge party Wednesday afternoon
In the home of the former, as a
courtesy to Miss Adrienne Eliza
beth Smathers, bride-elect of Paul
Hhe bridal motif was carried out,
and arrangements of white roses
were used in the living and dining
The honoree was presented a
gift of crystal.
Guests were: Miss Smathers,
Mrs. SmatJu^Mrs J&^tettisooM
Miss Jane JdRneon. IKttWIlllam
Alexander. Miss Clair* Seaman.
Miss Martha Poindexter. Miss Ann
Gates. Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. T. R.
Barnes, and Mrs. Carey T. Wells,
On Thursday Mrs. John M.
Barnes honored Miss Smathers at
a towel shower in her home In
The guests included: the bride
elect. her mother Mrs. Fleetwood
Mr*. Marvin Alexander. Mia* Jane
Johnson, Mis* Margaret Wykle,
Mis* Martha Polndexter, Ml** Ann
Gate*, Mi** Clarene Keve*. Mis*
June Myers, Miss Judy Stinnett.
Mis* Sue Plgmmons, Miss Jean
Down*. Miss Caroline Campbell,
Miss Claire Seaman, Miss Sandra
William*, Mi** Cline Mrs. Jane
Duckett. Mr*. M. T. Brooks. Mr*.
Eugene Holtzelaw, and Mr*. Frank
Tuesday night Mrs George
Hudson will honor Miss Smathers
at a dinner in her home on Bailey
A linen shower will be given by
Mr*. Paul Launer Wednesday
afternoon In her home on the
Mrs. W B. Williamson. Jr will
enterialn with a tea Thursday at
her home on Skyland Terraes as
a courtesy to Mis* Smathers
Mrs. George M. Smathers w ill be
hostess at a coffee hour Friday
morning at her home in Clyde.
On Friday evening Mis* Bstty
Lou Tate will be hostess at a
bridge party in her home on
Miss Smathers will again be
honnrsH at a Innohsnn Katnrriav
Smathers. Mrs. W. J. Battison. Mrs.
W. C. Johnson. Mrs. William Stone.
Mrs. W J. Hampton. Mrs. Fred
Ferguson. Mrs. Caphart Nicholls,
Mrs. Charles Rhodormer. Mrs. J. L.
Reeves, Mrs. Rudolph Barnes, Mrs.
William Bryson, Mrs. Hazel Ram
sey, Miss Jane Johnson. Mrs. Frank
Wykle, Mrs. Paul I-aurner, Mrs.
William Alexander, all of Canton,
and Mrs. Ross Buran and Mrs.
Robert Hlpps of AshevUle.
Miss Martha Poindexter and
Miss Bobby Brank entertained with
n miscellaneous shower in the
Poindexter home Saturday night
as a courtesy to Miss Smothers.
Thirty-Ave guests were included
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Pvt. Troy Hargrove of Ft. Ben
nlng. Ga? spent the weekend at his
home at Bethel.
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MRS. JAMES NEWTON WHITMAN te the former Miss Ruth Lou
ise Corwin, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Owen Raymond Corwin of
Spencer, formerly of Waynesvilie. She was married Saturday even
ing in the Central Methodist Church at Speaeer.
Ruth Louise Cor win Weds
James Newton Whitman
Miss Ruth Louise Corwin, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Raymond
Corwin of Spencer, formerly of
Waynesville. became the bride of
James Newton Whitman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Dewitt Farnald Whitman
of Waynesville In the Central
Methodist Church at Spencer, Sat
urday. June 9 at 8 p.m.
Dr. L. R. Akers performed the
ceremony and the wedding music
was presented by Miss Judy Slate,
organist .and Mrs. Betty Jo Barbee,
vocalist, both of Spencer.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. She wore a ballerina
length gown of white scalloped
Chantilly iaee over tulle and taf
feta. Her Anger-tip veil of illusion
was attached to a coronet of pearls
luid Sequins add she carrWd a white
orchid on a prayer book.
Mrs. Donald E. Corwin of Ra
leigh, sister-in-law of the bride was
matron of honor. Her ballerina
?engin mess was iasmonea 01 sxy
blue net over tulle and taffeta and
her headdress was a matching
bandeau. She carried a colonial
bouquet of pink and white flowers.
Bridesmaids were Miss Ann
Freeborn of Cedar, Kansas, cousin
of the bride, and Miss Jane King
of Williamston, college roommate
of the bride. Their dresses were
identical to that of the matron of
honor and they carried arm bou
quets of mixed flowers.
Dewitt F. Whitman served as
best man for his son and ushers
were Charles Whitman, brother of
the bridegroom, and Donald E. Cor
wln of Raleigh and Doyle R. Cor
win of Spencer, brothers of the
Mrs. Cdrwln, mother of the
bride, wore a dress of blue taffeta
and lace With white accessories and
a lavender orchid corsage.
Immediately following the cere
mony the parents of the bride en
tertained with a reception In. the
dining room of the church, after
which the couple left for a wedding
trip to Western North Carolina.
The brid* attended the Waynes
ville High School and was gradu
ated from Spencer High School.
She received her diploma from the
School of Nursing of the Univer
sity of North Carolina on June 4
and will be employed as industrial
nurse with'fiayton Rubber Com
Mr. Whitman was graduated from
the Waynesville schools and Blan
ton's Business College, Asheville. '
He served 14 months in the Army
of Occupation in Germany and is
now a senior at Western Carolina
The couple will be at home at
the Seaver Apartments, Haywood
Among the guests at the wedding i
were Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Whit
man. Dewitt F. Whitman, Mr. and'
Mrs. Weaver Chambers and chil
Miss Liner, > t
Miss Dorothy Lane Liaer, brlde
?lect of Ted Wilson Notand, was
[uest of honor at a luncheon giv
>n Friday at The Maples. with Mrs.
toward Liner as hostess.
The luncheon table wa* centered
with an arrangement of pink roses j
ind baby's breath.
The guests were Miss Liner, Mrs.
Ferry Liner, Mrs. Rewel Noland,
Mrs. Jerry Liner, Jr., Miss Mary
?"ranees McCracken. Miss Peggy
kfcCracken. Mrs. Paul Sutton. Miss |
Mozelle Liner, Miss Jo Ann
McCracken, Miss Sue Hipps,
Miss Bates Ray, Miss Lil
ian Knox Medford. Miss Sylvia
-amlin, Mrs. James B. Patton, Jr.,
Miss Margaret Cuhnatser, Miss
Shirley Connatser. Mrs. Flora
Sallinger, Mrs. Willard Moody,
Mrs. Hardy Nolarni Mrs. William
Hyatt, Mrs. Fred Harron. Mrs. Don 1
Payne, Mrs. Ed Pdtts, Miss Kath- "
!een Calhoun. Miss Julia Ann Cal- '
soun. Mrs. Don Whisenhunt, Mrs. '
Charles Pink Francis, Mrs. Rich
?rd Bradley. Mrs. Bob Owen. Miss
Bessie Sue Francis. Mrs. Bill Bur
gil, Mrs. Tuck Ray, and Mrs. Tom
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Miss Nancy Claire Long, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long
of Waynesville, has completed
plans for her marriage to William
D. Schulhofer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Shulhofer, also of Waynes
The ceremony will take place
Saturday, June 16, at 5 p.m. in the
Barberville Baptist Church with
the pastor, the Rev. Paul Mull,
The wedding music will be pre
sented by Miss Carolyn Hill, pian
ist. and Bobby Hill, soloist.
The bride will be attended by
her sister. Miss Rebecca Long of
Washington, D. C? as maid of
honor and her cousin. Miss Sandra
Bradley of Waynesville as junior
The bridegroom will have as his
best man his uncle, David Schul
hofer and ushers will be Hugh
Grasty and Jimmy Ruff.
All relatives and friends of the
couple are invited to attend the
ceremony. No formal invitations
have been issued.
dren, George Garrett, Miss'Betty
Howell, Mrs. J. M. Kellett, and Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Wilson, Sr., all of
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Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gwyn
lave an lv.?d from Fort Myers
leach. Fla. to spend tb? summer
it their home on Country Club
Mrs. Ernest Withers. Jr.. and her
three small daughters of Atlanta,
ere here for a visit with Mr. With
ers' mother, Mrs. Ernest Withers,
.Mi* Billie Jo StaBelli, whose
nsarrlase to Dr. Robert Arnold
Atkinson will take place June 17,
has honored us with her selections
of Silver, China and Crystal. Her
Sliver?"Decor' by Gorham.
China?"Prince*" by I.enax.
Crystal?"Kinjsley" by Tiffin.
They are now on display at
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