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THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1937
THE. FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MISS MARY TEAGUE EDS
MR. JOHN CUNNINGHAM
Miss Mary Teague and Mr. John
Cunningham, were quietly married
at 8 o'clock Saturday night at the
home of Mr., and Mrs. Richard
Conley on Harrison avenue. The
Rev. J. A. Flanagan, pastor of the
Franklin Presbyterian church, of
ficiated. . ,
Mrs. Cunningham, daughter of
Mrs. C.W. Teague, of Prentiss,
and the late Mr. Teague, wore a
lovely spring suit of dark gray
with red hat and blouse, and gray
The bride is a graduate of the
Franklin high school.
Mr. Cunningham,, a son of Mrs.
C. C. Cunningham and the late
vMr. Cunningham, of Franklin, is
manager of Cunningham's Esso
Service Station on the Public
- Square. He is a graduate of the
Franklin high school.
Immediately after the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham left on
a short wedding trip.
Attending the wedding were Mrs.
T. 1). Johnston and W. R. Cun
' ,ningham, sister and brother of the
GARDEN CLUB MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of
the FYanklin Garden club for Feb
ruary ha been called off on ac
count of sickness and the .poor
condition of many roads in the
county, it was announced pesterday
by Mrs. Roy Besheajs, club sec
retary. The next meeting of the
'club will be held the first Monday
in March, with the place of meet
ing to be announced later.
MRS. GOODLOW BOWMAN
HONORED AT SHOWER
The Young Women's Auxiliary
of Franklin Baptist church enter
tained with a miscellaneous, shower
Monday" afternoon;' January 25," at
the home of Miss Eloise Jamison,
honoring Mrs. Goodlow Bowman,
formerly Miss Rebecca Rowland.
The honoree received many lovely
and useful gifts. Delicious refresh
ments were served throughout the
afternoon. ' .'
JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY
A joint birthday party in honor
of Ellis Ledford, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Ledford, and Miss
Pollie Ledford, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Ledford, was given
Tuesday, January 14, by Mr.v and
Mrs. Marion Ledford.
After the guests had engaged for
Matine Every Day a 3:30 P. M.
' Night Show 7 and 9 P.M.
v MON.-TUES, FEB. 1-2
"BANJO ON MY KNEE"
BARBARA STANWYCK 1
ALSO CARTOON AND
WEDNESDAY ONLY FEB. 3
"MY AMERICAN WIFE"
FRANCIS LEDERER AND
SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS
THURS.-FRL, FEB. 4-5
With a Grand Supporting Cast
Robert Young land Alice Ftaye
SELECTED. SHORT SUBJECTS
SATURDAY, FEB. 6 ,
RICHARD ARLEN AND
PjQPEYE THE SAILOR" AND
Showing from 3:00 till 11:00
some time in playing garhes, a
birthday cake was cut and served
with cocoa. ,
' The guests were Lloyd Sanders,
Willard Sanders, Leo Sanders,
Jeanette Ledford, Ruth Ledford,
Lucille Ledford, Glenn Patton and
Airs. C. S. Brown and Mrs. J. E..
Perry spent the first of the week
in Atlanta, Ga., shopping.
Mrs. Dorcas Allen and Miss
Made Best, of Dillsboro, were vis
iting friends here Friday.
Airs. W. T. Moore left Sunday
for Baltimore, Aid., Philadelphia,
Pa., Washington, I). C, and New
York to purchase spring merchan
dise for E. K. Cunningham & company.-
Mrs. Aloore planned to re
turn in about ten days.
John W. Edwards, who is work
ing in Asheville, spent the week
end with his family at their home
on Bidwell street.
Airs. J. D. Franks, Aliss Esta
Mae Childers, Aliss Anna Jean
Hall, Aliss Charlotte Conley, Elmer
Childers and John E. Rickman
spent Thursday and Friday in
Shelby attending the state-wide
Baptist Sunday school convention.
Hugh Johnston, son of Airs. T.
J. Johnston, . was graduated from
the Berry school at Alt. Berry,
Ga., on Saturday, January 16. He
arrived here Sunday, going on to
Charlotte Alonday to accept a' po
sition with the . Hill Directory Co.
Airs. J. C. Barrington and Airs.
Gilmer A. Jones spent Saturday
afternoon in Clayton, Ga.
Harry Wilhide and Richard
Slagle, who are working with the
United States forest service in
Fayetteville, Ga., spent the week
end here with their respective fam
ilies, returning to Fayetteville Sun
day. Mont . Sutton has returned to his
home in the Clarks Chapel section
after spending a month in Atlanta,
Ga.' ...... '
Wilson Smart is reported to be
quite ill at his home on the Geor
gia road with influenza.
Airs. Henry W. Cabe, who under
went an operation at Angel hos
pital Monday, was reported Wed
nesday to be doing well.
Airs. Lynwood Dickson and Mrs.
G. L. Tomlin, of Clayton, ; Ga.,
came -up Tuesday to attend' the
funeral of Robert E. Pattillo.
. C, Tom Bryson and George B.
Patton returned from Raleigh Sun
day after' spending several days
there on business,
J. H. Carelock and family have
moved from the Trotter house on
East Alain street to the E. B.
DeHarf house on White Oak street.
Airs. M. D. Billings, who has
been ill at her home on Harrison
avenue for several weeks.; was re
ported to be improved this week.
John Crawford has returned to
his home here after spending a
month in Lake Helen, Fla.
Britt Carpenter,' who is working
in Valdese, is spending several
days here with his father, George
Paul Plemmons, son of Mr. and
Airs. Herman Plemmons, who was
seriously injured in an automobile
accident Wednesday of last week,
was reported Tuesday to be re
covering. Mrs. W. B. Ke"sler and son, Billy
Angel, of Salisbury, are spending
this week here with Mrs. Kesler's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T; W.
Angel, Sr. Mr. Kesler, who ac
companied them here, left Wed
nesday morning for New Orleans,
La,, to attend an insurance con
vention. , " '
Everette AndePson, of Andrews,
was visiting friends on Franklin
Route 1 Sunday.
Airs. Helen Sotsch, of Geneva,
Switzerland, and New York City,
is spending several weeks here,
the house guest of Air. and Airs.
Ellis C. Soper.
Wiley Carpenter, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is here for a visit with his father,
E. B Delajt and family have
moved from their home on White
Oak street to the Hastings house
on the Georgia road.
Mrs. T. B. Shepherd spent the
first of the week at Higtlonville
with her daughter, Airs. T. B.
Rev. A. S. Solesbee returned to
his home here Alonday after spend
ing several days at Murphy with
his daughter, Mrs. Robert Reid.
Mrs.Harve Shepherd, of Clayton,
spent the week-end with her sister,
Airs. George Conley, at her home
an Iotla street.
Miss Edith Roper, of Andrews,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bertha
Roper, at her home on Franklin
, Roane Bradley spent a couple of
days the past week in Atlanta, Ga,,
Mrs. O. G. Carpenter spent the
week-end in Murphy, the house
of Dr. and Mrs. Whitfield.
Air. and Mrs, L. E. Penland.
left Sunday for Charleston, S. C,
where they plan to make their
home for awhile.
CARD OF THANKS
It is with' deepest thankfulness
that we express our appreciation
for the. kindness, sympathy and love
extended to ,us in our bereavement
through the death ofj our husband,
and father. Especially do we wish
to express our appreciation for the
many beautiful floral tributes.
AIRS. ROBERT PATTILLO
AND FAMILY. .
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Earning, scanty or too frequent uit
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