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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND' .THE HIGHLANDS MACONI AN
THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941
v. - and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
Mrs. Beuna Cabe Hall and C. K.
Cabe w,cre quietly married in Clay
ton, Ga., on Saturday, March 15,
Judge R. C. Ramey, officiating.
The bride was attired in .a green
costume and wore green accessor
ies. She is a graduate of the
Franklin high school and a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Cabe of Franklin Route- 2.
Mr. Cabe is the son of the late
late Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. Cube of
Franklin Route 2, and is' a promi
nent young fanner in his com
munity. Mr. and Mrs. Cab,e are making
their home in the .Clark', Chapel
HONORED WITH SHOWER
Mrs. L. T. Calloway entertained
with a miscellaneous shower at her
home on Bonny Crest on Friday
afternoon honoring Mrs. John L.
Sprinkles, the former Miss -Anna
E. Candler, of Hot Springs.
A number of friends called dur
ing the afternoon, leaving attrac
tive and useful gifts for the hon
oree.. . .
Mrs. Calloway served delicious
AT ST. AGNES CHURCH
Miss, Ethel Holwell Kirby. and
Lewis MacBride Hubbard, both of
Asheville, were married at St.
Agnes' Episcopal church at six
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, March
25, with the rector, . the; Rev.- A.
Rufus Morgan, officiating.
The altar vases were filled with
white gladioli and ferns and can
dles were lighted in the seven
branched candlesticks, Mrs. J. VV.
Cantey Johnson was matron of
honor .and 'Mrs. Ben V. Woodruff
played the wedding music. A small
group of friends witnessed the
Miss Kirby, Who made- her home
in Franklin for several years, is
the daughter of the late Canon
Laurence Holwell Kirby and Mrs.
Kirby of Toronto, Canada. Mr.
Hubbard, formerly of New York
city, is the son of the late Rev.
Joseph Welden Hubbard, I). D.
and Mrs. Hubbard, of Bridgeton,
N. J. ,'
The couple will make their home
T. E. CLASS
WITH MRS. DE HART
The T. E. class of Franklin Bap
tist qhureh will meet, or) Tuesday
aft.ornoon,, April ' 1, at 3 o'clock at
the home of ,lr,s. E. B. DeHart
on White Oak street for the
monthly business and social meet
ing. All members are urged to attend.
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PHONE 106 NIGHT PHONE
Joan Burrell, one-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Burrell,
who has been seriously ill with
pneumonia at Angel hospital for
several days, is reported to be im
proving. Miss Mildred Roper, .who is
working in Andrews, spent the
week-end here visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roper.
Mr. .and Mrs. J. 11. Southards, of
Winston-Salem, visited Mrs. South
ards' parents,.' Mr. and 'Mrs. Carl
S. Slagle on Cartaogechaye over
Miss Mildred Cabe 'and Audrey
Conley left Sunday for Asheville
to enter Blanton's Business col
lege. They were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whitaker,
Roger Nix and Mrs. Lester Conley,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sorrells, of
Bryson City, spent Saturday in
Franklin and West's Mill.
cently underwent a very serious
operation at a hospital in Raleigh,
is able to be out of the hospital.
However, it will be. .several weeks
before he will return to hi9 home
Mrs. Martin Angl is spending
a week in Bluefield, W. Va., with
her husband and her brother,
Harold Roper, who are working
Otto Arvey, who is working in
Toccoa, Go., spent the w,eek-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Virginia Slagle, who . is
teaching in Lockhart, S. C, spent
the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Slagle.
Miss Roberta Enloe, who is
working in Wins ton -Salem, spent
the week-end with her Barents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Enloe, at their
home on Cartoogechaye. ' '
Miss Lassie Kelly and Mrs.
Miza Crawford left Wednesday for
a week's stay in Daytona, Fla.
Mrs. T. J. Johnston will have
charge of Kelly Tea room during
Miss Virginia Tessier, who is
attending Brevard college, at Bre
vard, I'spent the week-end here
with her mother, Mrs. Reba Tes
sier. Mrs. L. A. Ross, the former
Miss Ruth Slagle.who is a patient
in Angel hospital, was reported to
Mrs. G. L. Houk, Mrs. lames
E. Perry and Mrs, A B. 6'ma
hundro left Tuesday morning for
Miami, Fla., for a ten days' visit
with Mrs. john Sewelt.
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Smith, of
Hickory, spent the week-end with
Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Reba
Tessier. On their return they were
accompanied by their son, who had
been spending several weeks with
his grandmother. .
Mrs. R. S. Jones, Mrs. Emory
Hunnicutt, Mrs. Gilmer Crawford,
Mrs. Fred S. Sloan and da'ughter
Ann, Mrs. Sam Mendenhall and
Miss Amanda Slagle spent Satur
day in Greenville, S. C, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Hall Swain.
Mrs. W. L. Higdon has returned
from a month's vacation in Ashe
ville and has r.copencd her .shop.
J. E. Lancaster of Henderson
ville was among the business vis
itors here Tuesday.
Misses Lillian and .' Dorothy
Jones who arc attending Peace
Junior college in Raleigh, spent
several days here with their par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer A.
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Kickman
and two children, of Fitzgerald,
Ga., visited their parents, John E.
Kickman in Franklin and Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. McCoy at Gneiss this
Mis Elizabeth Slagle, District
Deputy Grand Matron of the 12th
District, went to Dillsboro Wed
nesday evening to install the newly
elected officers of Oce Chapter
No. L39 at ' a public installation.
She was accompanied by Mrs.
Alice Ray and Mrs. Margaret
Cabe who acted as Installing Con
ductress and Installing Chaplain
By MRS. I. V. MINCEY
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hipps of
Canton spent Sunday with Mrs.
Hipps' mother, Mrs. John Shuler.
Mr. and Mrs. Dock "Hall of
Cowe,e visited Mrs. John Shuler
John Smith has been confined to
his bed with measles.
Mr. and Mns. Boyd Burrell of
West's Mill were visitors at the
home Of Mr. Lon Thompson Sun
day. Mrs. Charles Jones has been
taken to a hospital near Winston
Salem for treatment.
Wynoma Payne has retu.rncd to
her home after being confined
four months in a hospital near
Warm weather this week is ex
pected to bring fishing spirit on
G. W. Shidles who makes fishing
his hobby. He has recently been
seen repairing his fishing tackle
with which he has had good luck
for the last several years on the
sunny banks of' Lake Emory..
Box Supper At
There will be a box supper and
cake ' walk at the Higdonville
schoolhouse, Saturday night, April
5, with string music and a good
time for all. '..'.'
The proceeds will go to the
school's lunch room and base ball
Sanford Smith, Principal
Gone With The Wind
Returns for Two Days
Monday and Tuesday, March 31 and April 1
Ddors Open .10:30 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Admission 25c and 40c (Tax Included)
Evening: Doors Open 6:30
Admission 55c to Everyone (Tax Included)
during the ceremony, and by James
Hauser and St. Clair Anderson.
Wilburn Conley, who is attend
ing Lewiston college at .Lewiston
has been called home on . account
of the serious illness of his father,
Zeb W. Conley.
Miss Shirlie Houston, of frank
lin Route 3, who Underwent an
operation at Angel hospital for the
removal of her appendif, is re
ported to be getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Church
spent Tuesday in- Knoxville, Tenn.,
on business and visiting friends.
Miss Pauline Elliot, of Franklin,
Route 4, underwent an appendix
operation at Angel hospital this
week. Her condition is reported to
Zeb W. Conley, who has been
seriously ill for several days, was
reported to be slightly improved
By MRS. VERNON BRYSON
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Potts of Cul
lasaja wish to announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Hel
en Potts, to 'William Casw.ell Hig
don, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Higdon of Higdonville. The mar
riage was solemnized in Clayton,
Ga., on Sunday, March 2, 1941 at
5:30 p. m. The bride was dressed
in blue with white accessories. Mr.
and Mrs. Swiss Roberts of Cash
iers Valley- and Robbinsvillc, ac
companied them. The couple are
now residing in' Franklin where
Mr. Higdon is employed.
Billy Corbin of State College,
Raleigh, was visiting in this com
munity la,st week-end.
Alice Thompson has returned to
her home here from Glenville
where she lias been employed.
Mrs. J. L dark who has' been
seriously ill at her home suffer
ing . from septic sore throat is re
ported to be improving.
Dewitt Thompson of the Aquone
CCC camp spent last week-end
with home folks. ,
Rev. Abbott Martin and Rev.
Paul of Greenville, S. G, were
visiting friends here the' first of
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bryson
and Miss Lois Clark visited rela
tives in Marion last w.eek-end and
also visited Miss Otella Bryson of
Cecil's Business college in Asber
Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard Russell
are improving their home.
Wiley Clark is building a two
room ..apartment to: his house and
making other improvements.
YOUR HEART DESIRES
IN SHOES FOR SPRING ;
Gone With The Wind
Comes Back Again
.. "Gone With The Wind" is
wafted back to the silver screen
a second time .fpr Franklin audi
ences. This is one of those rare
masterpieces of moviedom that
will not be "Gone" for a long
time. Theatre managers know their
public well enough to feel secure
as to the box office when they
bring back, this spectacular drama,
which is one of the greatest pic
tures yet produced. .......',
Mr.' and Mrs. Ray Miller an
nounce the, birth of a daughter,
Bonnie Lee at Angel hispital, on
Sunday, March 24.
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