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Story of India Told At Woman's
flub Meeting By Mrs. John Smith
Or INTEREST TO WOMEN
day. October 17, at the Hayes Bar¬
ton Baptist churcli m Raleigh. Miss
Margaret Kendall Martin, daughter
of Mr .uid Mrs. W. Reid Martin, of
Raleigh, became the bride of lit.
Edward Pruden Davidson, son of
Mr and Mrs. Jerry W Davidson, of
Dr Carl M. Townsend officiated.
nd the nuptial music was rendered
r.v iii' C. D.
and Miss Page Eatman vocalist.
Miss Eatman sang "At Dawning",
by Cadtnun. and "I Love You Truly"
by Orieg. Organ number included
Andante", by Tsc-lialkowsky. "My
Heart at Thy Sweet Voice", by Saint
Saens. "Clair de Lune", by Debussy,
Schubert's "Ave Maria", and the
naditional wedding marches of
Wagner and Mendelssohn.
1*0 mad tic Every Dft|
Saturday, October 24
CHAPTER 2 TARZAN
Monday. October 25-26
WEAVER BROTHERS and
GRAND OLE OPRY
Wednesday. Oct. 27 28'
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM!
WOODS WYNNE GIBSON
The bride was given In marriage
by her father. She wore a dress
bride's blue velvet trimmed with
white Irish lace. Her hat and shoes I
were of wine, and her flowers
white roses centered with an orchid.
Miss Katlierine Martin, of Baltlmore, Md., attended her
maid of honor. She wore a dress of
rose tone velvet, and her flowers
were yellow roses and blue
nium tied with yellow ribbon
Lt. Edward L. Myers jr.. of Pope
Field, -attended the bridegroom as
best man. and ushers were Lt John
H. Simms. Lt. Jack Emrick Lt.
Francis H. Nance and Lt Matthew
D Kerr, all of Pope Field.
The bride's mother wore a dress
of velvet crepe with matching hat
trimmed with fuschki flowers and a
corsage of fuschla roses and violets.
Tile bridegroom's mother wore black
ciepe with black accessories, and her
corsage was of gardenias.
Fnr going away, the bride changed
to a teal blue wool suit with wine
accessories and the orchid taken
from her bridal bouquet Lieutenant
and Mrs. Davidson will reside In
RORN TO FIGHT
With FRANKIE DARRO
Thursday Friday. October 29-S#;
CLAIRE TREVOR JOHN
Forget the liasty unkind word.
Forget the quarel and the cause.
Forget the whole aff«tr because
Forget it is tne only way:
Forget tile storm of yesterday.
Forget those with the sour face.
Furvet tlie smile in any place.
Forget the tr-als you have had.
Forg?t the * ia' her If It's bad.
Forget tne i'.nncker, he's a freak,
Forget 'I'm seven d<»ys a week.
Forget you'ie not a n'tHlor.alre,
Forget the 7ray streakT in your
Forget wherever you m«y losm.
Forget when traveling or at home
.Myrtle M-iy Dryden.
Mr. iuul Mrs W. D King spen'
the week-end with relatives in At¬
lanta. Temple and Tucker, Ua
Winston Craig left last week for
Hoston after a 10 days' visit liere
with liLs wife and small son.
Arthur Akin, who is employed at
Fontana. spent last week-end at
Mr and Mrs. Ervin Kelly, of Elizabethton, Tenn were vllstors In Murpliy this week.
Carl Binglwm. of Fontana, spent
last week-end In Murphy I with his
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Axley
ing their son. Staff Sergeant Leon
Axley. In West Palm Beach, this
India, witches, and black cats. Small owls,
geography. attractions for tour¬ cats mack' by MLvs Curd's art black
ists. and iLs desire for freedom She were used on the
plates as favors
was introduced by Mrs
Preceding the club meeting. Mrs
chairman of the program commit¬ Smith
was entertained at luncheon
at the Regal hotel, by members of
Mrs. Harry Miller, president of the club.
the club, presided. A short business
Seated with the nonoree were:
session was held, at which tune a
Mrs. Case. Msr Bueck.
recording secretary. Miss Addie ||M Miller,
Evans Mr. M
Leatherwood. was elected to fill the Bell. Mrs
W. W Hyde. Mrs. H (3
vacancy caused by the resignation Elkins. Mrs
Thclma Dickey. Mrs
of Mrs. W. M Pain
O. K Erhart. Mrs Myron Jensen,
Mrs. T A Case, chairman of the and Mrs. C W
Cherokee County Red Crass chapter.
reported on the work done on Mm tn
tWt ruv v L/Ul liua
surgical dreslngs. Mrs Dale Lee. ITU O.
chairman of knitting, reported the
work done in her department, and
Mr. und Mrs L. C. Crowe, of CarMrs. R C Mattox, chairman of the
sewing room, reported on her work. tersville. Oa have announced the
Mrs. Bueck. Junior Red Cross marriage o( their daughter. Mrs
chairman, annonuced the date of en¬ Florence Crowe Btinies. to Wayne
rollment. November 1. for two weeks. Mull, son of C C Mull and the late
She also announced that the juniors Mrs. Mull, of Murphy The marriage
had collected keys for the scrap wus solemnized in the presence of
drive, and the money obtained for a few rlo.se friends on October 14. at
these keys would be used for the Blairsville. Oa.
Tlie bride is a graduate of the
milk fund for pupils.
Harbis Hospital School of Nursing.
Nutrition classes were completed
Rome, Oa and for the pust four
last week, and the next project taken years
has been a member of the
up by the Red Cross chapter will be nursing staff of the Pet rip
soldiers go- in Murphy.
ing overseas. Mrs. Miller announced.
Mr. Mull Is employed by the
Music foi the program was Tennessee
furnished by Miss Margaret Curd,
The couple will reside In Murphy.
who played Rachmaninoff's Prelude
in C sharp Minor.
Miss Anna C. Rowe. western dis¬
Following the program, refresh¬ trict agent, was an over-night guest
ments were served by the home here Friday. On
Saturday she had a
economics cla;is under the direction conference with home demonstration
of Miss Ruth Davis Emory. The agents and visited the curb market.
Mrs. Jerry Davidson returned
home Sunday after attending the
wedding of her son, Pruden Davidosn. in Raleigh.
Mi and Mrs. George Atkinson, of
Bristol. Tenn., have moved to Mur¬
phy and are at home with Mrs. At¬
kinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Axley. Mr. Atkinson is employed
with the TVA.
Wiley Brooks, of Fontam, spent
Out-of-town wedding guests in¬
cluded: Mrs. J. W. Davidson, of last week-end here with his wife
Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Bostlc, andMrs.
Henry Axley, of Andrews, was
of Winston-Salem, Miss Daphne
in Muprhy last week-end.
Pegram, of Norfolk. Va., and Ensign a visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Brittain and
land Mrs William Friday.
son. of Lenoir City, Tenn., spent last
with Mr Brlttaln's moth
Hugh Brittain left Sunday for week-end
er. Mrs. L. W. Brittain.
Burlington, where he is employed.
Miss Mildred Akin had as her
guest lasr. week. end. George Howell,
of Norfolk. Va.
Misses Eunice Shields and El da
Queen spent one day last week in
Miss Kathleen Roberts, of FV>ntana, spent last week-end here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Rob¬
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Poster and
children, of Bristol, Tenn., visited
friends and relatives in Murphy and
Andrews last week.
John Brittain and Elmer Stiles
in Atlanta last week on busi¬
Mr. a:it' Mrs. W. M. Mauncy and
son, Walter, were recent visitors in
Mrs. Bob Hardin returned to her
home in Bristol, Tenn.. Thursday
after spending several days here
with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Mae Slayton, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., arrived Monday for a visit
with friends and relatives in Mur-
PETER B. KYNE'S
Palms, white candles, and basket
of white chrysanthemums decorted
the altar, at which the vows were
11m* slander you have lieard. its
Mrs. Davidson was graduated from
Needham Broughton high school
and Peace Junior College. Lieutenant
Davidson Is a graduate of State Col¬
lege, where he was a member of the
Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. He re¬
ceived his commission at Chanute
Field. 111., and Is connected with the
engineering branch of the Army All-
John Smith, of Sylva, who re- meeting was held in Die li«mv»
turned home a few months k^q after economics
room, which w*.s decor
spending almost ten years in India, a ted in
with the Hallowe'en
spoke to lite Murphy Woman'.-* setson. keeping
Pruden Davidson Married Raleigh
Girl In Church Ceremony Saturday
In a ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Lowin Lovingood rened to Bristol. Tenn., last week after
visiting relatives here several days.
Bob McCombs spent Thursday in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, Mrs
Walter Maunev and Fred Johnson.
Jr., were visitors In Chattanooga re¬
Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
returned home from a vilst with Mr.
Schuyler's parents in South Caro¬
Herman Akin, of Fontana. spent
last week-end here with his moth¬
er. Mrs. R. A. Akin.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Browning and
son. Billy, spent last Thursday In
Bonnell Akin, of Blairevllle. Ga.
was a visitor In Murphy last Friday
Hubert Wilson, of Fernbona spent
several days In Murphy laat week.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Writfrt. and
small son spent Sunday in Ttapton
The REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES will hold meetings during the week of October 26th at the following
times and places. All meetings at 7 :0() P. M. Central War
WOLF CREEK. Monday, October 26, at School House
SUIT.Tuesday, October 27, at School House.
UNAKA Wednesday, October 28, at School House.
HANGINGDOG Thursday, October 29, at School House
CULBERSON Friday, October 30, at School House.
The Cherokee County Quartet will be present to
We extend a cordial invitation to all voters to be pres¬
ent. Ladies especially invited.
C. E. HYDE
Republican County Chairman