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URSDAY. SEPT. 10, 193«
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
iss Hazel Brown and Wood-
Burch were raarried on Sun-
August 30, at Clayton, Ga., in
’ presence of a small group of
Irt!' Burch is the daughter of
and Mrs. O. G. Brown, of
nklin Route 2, while Mr. Burch
he son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
■ch of Hayesville. .
n their trip to Clayton they
e accompanied by Homer Mash-
n and Don McKinney.
[iss Pearl Womack and Robert
lent were quietly married in
yton, Ga., o,n Sunday, August 22.
D. C. PICNIC
he Macon county chapter of
United Daughters of Confed-
cy will ‘hold its annual picnic
idnesday, September 16, at the
ne of Miss Annie Slagle at the
t of Wayah.
'his is to be an all day affair
[ all members are .urged to at-
IS SLAGLE ENTERTAINS
ITH S'PEND-THE-DAY PARTY
;Irs. J. H. Slagle entertained
h an enjoyable spend-the-day
•ty at her country home on
at. 2. A program consisting of
tures on Bible and pyramid
iphecies was entertaining and in-
uctive. At noon .a bountiful pic-
1,unch was spread on the lawn.
Dhose enjoying Mrs. Slagle’s hos-
vlrs. Dean Sisk, Mrs. Wint
)rne, Mrs, Joe Setser, Mrs. P.
Callahan, Mrs. Morton, Mrs.
ison, Mrs. Mary Allman, Mrs.
e Waldroop, Mrs. A. M. Frye,
rs. C. C. Cunningham, Mrs. J. H.
lal, Mrs. John Cunningham, Mrs.
me Patton, Mrs. John Dalrymple,
rs. M, A. Rogers, Mrs. Fred
igle, Mrs, Jeff Martin.
Miss Timoxena Sloan, who is
itructor 'of nurses in the Henry
•,ady hospital in Atlanta, Ga.,
is been quite ill for several
^eks, but is now able to be back
Harry A. Wilhide, Sam Green-
Dod, Frank Shope, Thomas Port-
, C. S. Brown and Dick Slagle
turned to their work in Ashland
id Anniston, Ala., Monday, after
siting their respective homes in
Mi^s Lois Faison, of Wendell,
lent the week-end here with her
rother, John R. Faison. On Mon-
ly Mr. [Faisoin accornpanied
ster to Mt. Berry, G^.,, whef^
ig will enter OQllgge,
Miss Lucy Slagle, who is work-
ig for the Tidewater Power and
ight company at Wilmington,
Jent the - week-end with her fa.th-
r, T. M. Slagle, at his home on
MON.-TUE., SEPT. 14-15
Rhythm and romance! Breezy,
■ALS^CARTOON & NEWS.
WED.-THUR., SEPT. 16-17
ruby KEELER, AL JOLSON
GO INTO YOUR
Here thgy are, the Ki^g an^
Queen jlpf"' Song-an^-D.anpe iri
their first great hit tqggther!
ALSQ-TmERRIE MELQDIE, &
FRI,=§AT., SEPT. 1849
three on the
bill BOYD, JIMMY ELLI
SON, MURIEL EVANS
Hopalong Casidy goes into
action for justice and romance!
and Ch«,p. 12^ “FrEvnk Merriwell”
Admission All Shows—10 & 25c
and Mrs. F. G. Burnette
returned to th’eir home here Mon
day after spending the week-end
in Knoxville, Tenn., the guests of
Mr, and ^Irs, Roy Jennings,
W. F. Curtis returned to his
home here Tuesday from Atlanta,
Ga., where he spent a week with
his son, Gaston Curtis.
Howard Wilkie, who is teach
ing school at Skyland, Haywood
county, spent the week-end here
with his wife and daughter.
Mrs. Floy England and son,
James, of Knoxville, Tenn., spent
last week here with the former’s
aunt, Mrs. J. S. Sloan.
Miss Almarie Robinson, of Haz
elwood, is spending this week
with her grandmother, Mrs. C. A.
Setser, and aunt, Mrs. Deraid Ashe.
E. G. Harris, of Tampa, stopped
over in Franklin Tuesday night re
turning home from a visit to his
sister, Miss Rebecca Harris, of
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Johnson
and small son were week-end guests
of Mr, Johnson’s mother, Mrs. J.
W, C. Johnson at Trimont Inn,
T, S, Gash, who has been spend
ing several days here with his
sister, Mrs. Hattie Moore, return
ed to his home in Brevard Sunday.
Miss Estelle Powers., who spent
several days in Franklin visiting
her sister, ’vliss Pauline Powers,
has returned to Mt. Berry, Ga., to
resume her school work. Miss Pow
ers is a senior at tfee Berry School.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Easton and
two children have returned to their
home in Cornith, Miss., after a
visit here with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W.' A. Rousseau,
of Washington, D. C,, are spending
several days with Mrs, Rousseac’s
mother, Mrs, Lee Crawford,
IMiss Jessie Powers, who has been
spending the summer here with her
niece. Miss Pauline Powers, re
turned Monday to Mt, Berry, Ga,,
where she will resume her work as
director of arts and crafts in the
Miss Eloise Stevens, of Golds
boro, Henry Gheesling, of Nor-
cross, Ga., Hayes Overcash, of
Charlotte, and Billy M. Powers, of
Winston-Salem, were week-end
guests of Miss Jessie Powers, Miss
Pauline Powers and 'Miss Carolyn
Nolen at Miss Amy Harrison’s caib-
in at Arrowood. Miss Lois .Faison,
of Wendell, N, C., and her brother,
John R. Faison, of Franklin, join
ed the party Sunday. On Monday
afternoon the visitors departed for
Mt. Berry, Ga., whene they will
enter the Berry school.
Mr, and Mrs, Carter Sloan and
two sons have returned to their
home at Van, Texas, after spend
ing a month with Mr, Sloan s
mother, Mrs, J. S. Sloan, at her
home in «ast Franklin. They were
accompanied by Miss Carol Tessier,
daughter of Mrs. Reba Tessier, who
will attend school at Van this
Miss Roberta Enloe, daughter or
Mr 'and Mrs. Jeff Enloe, left
Monday for Maryville, Tenn. where
she will enter Maryville cpllgge.^
John ]3ulg:iri, \vhQ h Wftrkip in
Floyd,' Va., spent the week-end
here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Bulgin.
Miss Virginia McGuire, who is
a laboratory technician at Hamlet,
N. C., is spending this week here
with her mother, Mrs, W. B. Mc-
^Ray Tallent spent the past week
end in Highlands visiting relatives
and friends. , , j
Henry Zoellner, of Highlands,
was visiting relatives and friends
here this week.
A Y. Cfow^ey, qf Atlanta, Ga.,
spent the week-end with friends m
^7o"hn"j- Tice, Jr., son of Mr. aird
Mrs, John J. Tioe, Sr,, of Frank
lin Route 3, has returned to bwan-
year at the Asheville Farm school.
Milto,n Sanders, son of and
Mrs. Jack Sanders and Floyd
Weyman, son of Mr- and •
Tack Weyman, left Wednesday fo
Raleigh, where they will enter State
'^°Phmp Blumenthal, son of Mr-,
and Mrs. Moses Blumenthal, who
has been working in Cornelia, Ga.,
this summer, left Wednesday for
Chapel Hill to enter the university
of North CaroUna.
^Ir. and Mrs. Roy Gibson and
daughters, and John E, Rickman
have returned from a visit with
Airs. Nobia Tallent in Sweetwater,
Miss Dorothy Lyle returned to
her home in Atlanta, Cia., Sunday
after spending several days with
her grandmother, Mrs. S. H. Lyle,
Sr., at her home on Lyle street.
Mis« Mary Enloe, who is work
ing in Knoxville, Tenn., has been
spending several days visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jeff Enloe,
at their home on Cartoogechaye,
returning to Knoxville Tuesday,
Charles E, Kennerly, of Ashville,
was among the business visitors
Mrs. Rebecca Smith Patton and
son, of Asheville, spent the week
end with friends in Franklin.
Brabson Bulgin left Monday for
Maryville, Tenn., to enter Mary
Mrs. J. Ivan Roland returned
to her home in Winston-S.alem
Saturday after spending several
days visiting relatives and friends
Jess Raby and son, Hubert, of
LaPlata, !Md., are spending several
days at Oak Grove visiting rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. Moody Bolick left Friday
for Washington, I). C., where she
will spend the winter with her son,
Charles B. Bolick, and Mrs. Bolick.
•She was accompanied by Miss
Myrtle Bolick, who will spend a
few days in Washington before re
turning to Winston-Salem, where
she will teach school this year.
The Rev. A. J. Johnson, of Cor
nelia, Ga., Dr. Ralph Johnson, of
Rome, Ga., and Col. J. N. Jphnsoii,
of Atlanta, Ga., spent Monday with
their cousin, Mrs. D. G. Stewart,
at her home on Riverview street.
Mrs. W. B. Ellard, Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Hogsed and Mr. and
Mrs. L. G. Mo.ultrie, spent Sunday
here, the guests of Mrs. Myra El
Charles Hunter, who recently
underwent an operation for the re
moval of his appendix at Angel
hospital, is able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Porter, of
old Fort, are spending several days
with Mrs, Porter’s mother, Mrs,
W. J, Zachary, and sister, Mrs.
Harry Higgins, on Harrison avenue.
Mrs. Harry F. Jordon, of Charles
ton, S, C,, arrived Saturday morn
ing for a visit with her father,
John O, Harrison, who is ill at his
home on Hai'rison avenue.
The Rev. J. A. Bryson and son,
Dan, of Columbia, Mo., are spend
ing several days with his sister,
Mrs. John Moore, at her home on
White Oak street. He was accom
panied by his daughter, Doris, who
enter-ed Mars Hill college for the
winter. Mr. Bryson preached at the
Franklin Baptist church Sunday and
will preach at the Sylva Baptist
church next Sunday night.
Jeff Enloe, Jr., who attended
State College at Raleigh last year
and spent the summer, there work
ing, is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jeff Enloe, before returning
to State college for the fall term.
Judge and Mrs. John Awtrey
have returned to their home in
Marietta, Ga., after spending a
month at Rogersi Hall
Marshall Cunningham, Max Van-
hook and Edgar Oliver from the
CCC Camp at Marion spent the
week-end with home folks in Macon
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. O. V. Hall and two
daughters, spent Sunday in Bryson
City visiting Mrs. Campbell’s sister,
Mrs. Robert DeHart, and Mr.
Hall’s sister, Mrs. Edith Shuler.
Tom Rigdon, of Tifton, Ga,, ar
rived last week for a visit with his
sister, Mrs. R, M, Rimmer, at her
home’ Qn West Alain street,
Mrs, Grady Mozeley and two
children, Edwin and Evelyn, of
Reidsville, have been spending sev
eral days with Mrs. Mozeley’s
father, W. J. West, at West’s
Mill, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moze-
ley, at Otto.
Among the week-end guests at
Kelly’s Tea Room were: Mr. ,and
Mrs. W. E. Barfield, of Gastonia,
N. C.; Mrs. H. Strickland, Miss
Mildred Strickland and Iren,^
Strickland, of Miami, Fla.; Mp-. ^nd
Mrs. Watson Dent, of Dayton,
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sutton,
of Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Query, of Gastonia; Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Burch and Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Potter, of Atlanta, Ga.;
Mr. and Mrs, O, S. Blum, of
Albany, Wis,; W. J. Johnston and
W. J. Ruff> of Louisville, Ky.
"Penny Pencil” Wins
NEW YORK . . . This year it\is
Mr^. Susan F. Eisele, Blue Earth,
Minn, (above), with young son,
adjudged the best country news
paper correspondent and awarded
a trip here and $200 in cash.
Under the title, “With a Penny
Pencil,” her column deals with
everyday farm life events.
A, B, Omahundro, who is work
ing at Sparta, N, C,, spent the
week-end with his wife at Winnosa
Mrs. Sam Greenwood and broth
er, Ervin 1’atto.n, returned Thurs
day from a week’s trip to Wash
ington, 1). C., Baltimore, ihl., and
Jessups, !Md., where they visited
their sister, Mrs. Branson Rogers.
Mr. aixl ^Irs. Frank Henry, Sr.,
Mr, and Mrs, John Henry and
daughter, J.Iiss Lois Henry, spent
Tuesciiy in Temiessee.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Phillips and
young daughter, of Clinton, Tenn.,
spent the, week-end visiting Mrs.
Phillips’ parents, the Rev. and Mrs.
A. S. Solesbee.
Mrs. H. B. Terry has returned
to her home at Acworth, Ga., after
sp'L-nding some time with Mrs. D.
(;. Stewart and at Riverview Inn,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
W. B. McGmre, of Charlotte,
spent the week-end here with his
motlier, Airs. W. B. McGuire.
.Mrs. \V, R, Renland and two
daughters left Saturday for their
home in Cleveland, Ohio, a-fter a
visit with Mrs, Penland’s parents,
,\lr, and Mrs, C, A, Cabe, at their
home on Franklin Route 2, ?vlrs.
Penland will be remembered as
Miss Bcgdah Cabe, formerly of
Airs. George B. Hill has returned
to her home in Atlanta, Ga., after
spending the summer with her aunt,
Mrs. J. K. Cunningham, at Kelley’s
I’ea room. She was accompanied by
Mrs. Sam Greenwood, who will
spend several days in Atlanta be
fore joining her husband in Ala
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Blaine, of
Brooklyn, New York, arrived Tues
day of last week for a visit with
Mr. lilaine’s mother, Mrs. John
Blaine, and his sister, Mrs. Harley
Dunbar, at their home in east
Mr. and Mrs. Furm-an Anderson
announce the birth of ,a son, Ted
Joseph, at their home at Styles on
Friday, September 4.
‘‘CAMELS SET ME RIGHT!
HUMAN BULLETS. Hugo
and Mario Zacchini are
shot from a monster can
non. Think of the jolt they
take. But, as Hugo says;
‘ Camels keep our diges
tion working smoothly.”
TENNIS CHAMPION. Mrs. Ethel
Arnold says: **I smoke Camels for
digestion’s sake.” Camels increase
the flow of digestive fluids... alka
line digestive fluids.
C^^CLS COSTLIER TOBACCOS
Guns and Shells
And All Hunting Supplies
Maeon County Supply Co.
FRANKLIN, N. C.