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THURSDAY. FEB. 28, 193S
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MISS KATHERINE JONES
WEDS MR. FRANZ STONE
Miss Katherine Devereaux Jones,
elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.
Lyle Jones, of Asheville, and Mr.
Franz Theodore Stone, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius F. Stone, of Co
lumbus, Ohio, were married at 8:30
o'clock Saturday evening in a bril
liant ceremony at All Souls' Epis
copal church, Biltmore. The Rt.
Rev. Robert E. Bribbin, bishop of
the diocese of Western North Caro
lina, officiated and was assisted by
the Rev. William E. Cravner, rec
tor of the church.
Among the out-of-town guests at
the wedding ceremony and at re
ception which followed at the home
of the bride's parents on Cumber
land Circle were a number of rel
atives and friends of the bride from
Franklin, including Mrs. George A
Jones, her grandmother; Mrs. Gil
mer A. Jones and Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Jones, Mrs. T. W. Porter
James Porter and Lane Porter.
The best man was Mr. George A.
Stone, of Buffalo, N. Y., elder
brother of the bridegroom. The
other groomsmen and ushers were:
Mr. George Jones, brother of the
bride, Mr. John Marshall, of Bos
ton, Mr. John P. Dunlap, Jr., of
Williamsport, Ohio, Mr. Leslie
Arps, of New York City, and Mr.
Sterling Hill, of Berlin Heights,
Sister U Maid Of Honor
Miss Laura Jones, only sister of
the bride, was maid of honor; and
Miss Natalie Stone, sister of the
bridegroom, was the only other
bridesmaid. They were gowned
alike in flame colored chiffon fall
ing in demi-train and wearing hats
of tulle in the same shade. Each
wore a lemon colored chiffon sash
tied in the back with graceful bow
with ends falling to the end of the
train. Each carried an arm bou
quet of talisman roses, and yellow
and flame colored gerbers, tied with
deep yellow satin ribbon.
Little Miss Julia Gennett, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gen
nett, was the flower girl and im
mediately preceded the bride to the
altar. She wore a charming little
frock of lemon yellow taffeta,
matching the sashes of Misses
Jones and Stone.
Bride Wear. Ivory Satin
The bride entered upon the arm
of her father by whom she was
given in marriage. She wore the
wedding gown of her aunt, Mrs.
Thomas D. Mackay, of Bayville,
Long Island, N. Y. It was in lus
trous ivory satin made on Princess
lines with long tight sleeves and
falling in train. The trimmings
were of Rose point lace. The veil
was of Chantilly lace belonging to
the bridegroom's mother. She car
ried her ivory Prayer Book instead
of a bouquet. The markers were
extended tiny streamers of white
satin ribbon showered with sprays of
lilies of the valley.
The mother of the bride was at
tired in sapphire blue Bagheera
velvet and wore with this a turban
of the same shade of velvet com
bined with gold, and a shoulder
bouquet of yellow orchids.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones entertained
at a reception immediately after
the ceremony with the guest list
being confined to the bridal party,
relatives, out of town guests, and
a very few close Asheville friends.
After the reception the bride don
ned a sea green crepe dress, brown
straw early spring model hat, and
a natural colored tweed coat with
matching wolf fur collar, and Mr.
and Mrs. Stone left for a honey
moon of several weeks in the south.
The bride attended Grove Park
school, Asheville, and St. Mary's
school at Raleigh. She is a mem
ber of the Junior League and was
Queen of Rhodendron in the festi
val of June 1931. Her father is one
of Asheville's most prominent attor
neys. Mr. Stone attended Exeter acad
emy and was graduated from Har
vard in 1930. He is connected with
the Seagrave company in Columbus
of which his father is president,
and the young couple will reside in
The wedding of Miss Velma Peek
and Phillip A. Newton, who motor-
ed to Georgia on Friday evening,
February 22, came as a great sur
prise to their many friends here.
The ceremony was performed in
the presence of a few close and
intimate friends, with a very sim
ple, but impressive ring ceremony
The bride wore a lovely brown
suit with brown accessories match
ing. Mrs. Newton is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Peek. She is a
graduate of Franklin high school,
also of Cecil's Business college in
Asheville and is now employed by
the Nantahala National Forest with
headquarters in Franklin.
Mr. Newton is formerly of Car
vallis, Ore. He is a graduate of
Oregon State college, and is now
employed by the United States For
est Service as Junior Forester, with
headquarters at Waterford, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton were ac
companied by Miss Merl Peek, a
sister of the bride and George S
After the bridal party returned to
Franklin Friday evening George S,
Jamison entertained with a dinner
at Peek's hotel.
The many friends of Miss Ona
Hastings will be surprised to learn
of her recent marriage to Mr. Lake
Airs. Ledford is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hastings, of
Franklin. She attended Franklin
high school and is a graduate of
Perry's Business college. For the
last two or three years she has
been engaged in business with her
Mr. Ledford is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. D. Ledford of Pren
tiss, N. C. He is a graduate of
Franklin high school and of Athens
Business college. He served as
county surveyor in 1930-32. At
present he is engaged in the retail
grocery business on Palmer street.
The young couple expect to make
their home in Franklin.
BRIDE AND GROOM
HONORED WITH DINNER
A very pretty affair was the
wedding dinner, given by Mrs. I.
T. Peek at Peek's hotel Saturday
evening, honoring her daughter,
Mrs. Phillip A. Newton.
The table decoration was a lovely
wedding cake with the miniature
bride and groom.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Sloan, of
Atlanta, and Mrs. Sloan's mother,
Mrs. George H. Bidwell, arrived,
Monday to spend several days withj
relatives and friends. Mrs. Sloan
is visitinir Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
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Jones and Mrs. Bidwell is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer A Jones.
John W. Edwards has been con
fined to his bed this week with
Miss LLewellyn Davis left Sun
day for Charlotte, where she will
spend a month visiting relatives
I. M. Eastman, who has been
working at Joe Wheeler Dam, Ala.,
was here the first of this week.
He was accompanied on his return
Wednesday by Mrs. Eastman and
two children, who expect to make
their home there.
William Futrit came from West
Virginia Sunday to attend the fun
eral of his niece, Grace Jacobs,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ja
cobs. Miss Mae Hall and Miss Beryl
Bredenberg, of Augusta, Ga., spent
the week-end here visiting the for
mer's sister, Mrs. C. S. Brown, Sr.,
at the Scott Griffin hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Sutton,
of Clinton, Tenn., spent the week
end here with Mrs. Sutton's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lex Penland,
at their home on Bonny Crest.
Jack Sherrill, Sr., who has been
ill at his home on Bonny Crest for.
several weeks, was reported to be
Mrs. R. C. Sutton and son, Mont,
left last week for Joe Wheeler
Dam, Ala., to join Mr. Sutton, who
is working there.
Mrs. John Mumpower, of Mor
ristown, Tenn., spent the first of
this week here with her brother,
Charles C. West.
Mrs Ella Peterson and daughter,
Miss Thelma Peterson, of Ashe
ville, spent Sunday here visiting
Mrs. Peterson's sister, Miss Mary
Sanders, at her home on Iotla
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Curtis, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Calloway and
son, all of Atlanta, Gsl, spent
Sunday here visiting Mr. Curtis'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cur
tis, and Mr. Calloway's aunt, Mrs.
Frank Calloway, at her home on
Mrs. I. M. West has been con
fined to her bed for several days
Mrs. John Campbell and son,
Paul McCoy, of Asheville, are
spending several days here visiting
Mrs. Campbell's brother, Dr. J. H.
Fouts, and Mrs. Fouts, at their
home on Iotla street, and relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Zachary, of
Concord, spent the week-end here
with Mr. Zachary's uncle, R. D.
Sisk, and Mrs. Sisk and Mrs.
Zachary's aunt, Miss Annie Slagle.
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Herbert,
Jr., returned to their home here
Friday after spending two weeks
in Sumter, S. C, and in Florida.
Mrs. George R. Pattillo has re
turned to her home on Franklin,
Route 4, after a visit with relatives
and friends in Macon, Ga.
Miss Helen Joines, a student at
Western Carolina Teachers College,
at Cullowhee, spent the week-end
here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Joines, at their home
on Bidwell street.
M. D .Billings returned to his
home here Monday after spending
two weeks at Daytona Beach, Fla.,
with Mrs. Billings, who is spending
the winter there.
Doyle Blaine, who has been at
tending the University at Chapel
Hiill, returned to his home here
Rev. J. B. Tabor, Jr., pastor of
the Macon Circuit, Mrs. Tabor and
small daughter, are spending sever
al days in Florida.
Mrs. C. S. Brown, Sr., Mrs. Sam
L. Franks and A M. Bryant at
tended the' funeral of Mrs. Susan
B. Reid, in Asheville Monday af
ternoon, Mrs. Reid was the mother
of Clyde S. Reid, who. has been
here for the past year with the
Nantahala National Forest
Mrs. Betty Reese, Mrs. Bessie
Cleaveland, Miss Annie Wright and
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hopper came
down from Highlands Sunday to
attend the funeral of little Grace
Mrs. Glenn Sneed and daughter
returned home last Sunday after
noon after two weeks stay at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Bateman near Asheville.
L. O. Bailey made a business trip
to Canton and Asheville last week
end. S. M. Wolfe, of Asheville, and
J. W. Damerson, of Columbus,
Ohio, paid us a few days visit while
on an inspection tour through our
Willie Chosterine and Master
Wilson are building their own new
homes across the Nantahala river
at the west end of the mill site.
J. E. Danielson has been in An
drews loading lumber for the plan
ing mill here.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this method of extend
ing our sincerest thanks to our
friends and neighbors for their
sympathy and help on occasion of
the sickness and death of our dear
little Grace and also for the beau
Sam and Bertha Jacobs.
EDITED BY MRS.
J. E. Rideout is having an ad
dition added at the rear of Satulah
Cafe to be used as a store room.
PUPILS HAVE HOLIDAY
Pupils of the Highlands school
enjoyed a vacation Monday while
members of the faculty attended a
teachers' meeting in Franklin.
The roof of Mrs. L. F. Pierson's
store caught on fire Wednesday
noon, but the blaze was extinguish
ed by volunteer firemen before
much damage was done. A very
high wind was blowing and the
blaze was quickly gaining headway
when discovered. Mrs. Pierson's
store, a frame building is located
near the center of several closely
connected business buildings, in
cluding the post office, and had
the fire spread, considerable dam
age would have resulted.
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Ziegler were
in town Monday afternoon. Mr.
and Mrs. Ziegler are visiting Tom
Smith in Satolah, Ga Their home
is in Arizona.
Mrs. B. A. Cleaveland, Miss E.
C. Cleaveland, Mrs. Mac Hopper,
Mrs. Dewey Hopper, Mrs. Betty
Reese, and Norman Reese attended
the funeral in Franklin of the little
Jacobs girl Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hicks and
Sam Baty have returned to High
lands after a trip to Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Marett re-
The night is dark,
The Baby sick
What a comfort to have a
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T. C. HARBISON
turned to Highlands Monday after
spending the winter in Sarasota,
Miss Elizabeth McCartv. of Au
gusta, Ga., is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond McCarty. Mrs. Sidney
McCarty, of Greensboro, has also
been visiting relatives here.
Harry Hall, of Raleigh, was visit
ing relatives here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rodgson are
in Highlands again after spending
several weeks in Augusta, Ga.
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