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THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1941
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
ITEMS FOR THIS COLUMN PHONE 24
MARRIAGE OF MISS BRADLEY
AND BROADUS PENDERGRASS
A marriage of interest was that
of Miss Ddss Bradley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Bradley, of
Etna, to J. Broadus Pendergrass,
son of the late Rev. arid. Mrs. J." B.
Pendergrass, of Franklin.
The wedding ceremony was sol
emnized , on Monday, July 21, in
Walballa, S. G. The lie v. Mack
Goss, pastor of the First Baptist
church in Walhalla was the offi
ciating minister. ';.'
The bride was attired in a cos
tume of Navy blue and white. She
is a graduate of the Bryson City
high school and of the' Chillicothe
Business college in Chillicothe, 'Mo.
She was for several months em
ployed by the .Nantahala National
Forest service in Franklin.
Mr. Pendergrass, owner and
manager of the J. B. Pendergrass
department store 1 here, attended
Mars Hill college, and ' Carson
Newman college at Jefferson City,
Tenn. He is Oine of Franklin's
prominent business leaders...
Immediately following the cere
, mony Mr. and Mrs. Pendergrass
left on a wedding trip to Myrtle
Beach, Wrightsville Beach, Virgin
ia Beach and other points of in
terest. Mr. and Mrs. Pendergrass are
now residing in the Pendergrass
apartment on Main .street. ;
GARDEN CLUB HOLDS
"MEN'S NiIGHT" MONDAY
The Franklin Garden Club will
meet on Monday evening at 9
o'clock daylight saving time, . at
Panorama Courts for its regular
monthly meeting. Mrs. J. C. Bar
rington, Mrs. A R. Higdon, Mrs.
Walter E. Furr and Mrs. Lester
Henderson will be joint hostesses
Clint Johnson, recreational engi
neer of the Nantahala National
Forest Service, will show a movie
on "Flowers and Landscaping" at
this meeting which will also be
All members are urged to attend.
BAPTIST BUSINESS WOMEN
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
The Business Woman's Circle of
the Baiptist church will meet on
Tuesday night, August 5, at 8
o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. D.
Carson. All members are urged to
Potts' Burial Assn.
Protect The Whole Family
Fine Solid Oak Caskets
Office Over Pendergrass' Store
To relieve i
f f TABLETS
fa fan salve
JJJ NOSE DROPS
Try "Rub-My-Tiam" Wonderful
E. K. Cunningham & Co.
"The Shop of Quality"
Judge Harry M. Bryan, attorney
from Jackson, Miss., a former as
sistant attorney general of Missis
sippi, is a summer visitor in
Franklin. With his mother, Mrs.
James H. Bryan, he is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Courtland SrWinn, Jf.,
and Mr. Wirwi, in their new .sum
mer home near Arrowood. Mr. and
Mrs. Winn and young son of Dora
ville, Ga., have been coming to
Franklin for a number of sum
mers, and . last year bought a site
on the beautiful Wayah road where
they are developing an ideal place
to spend their vacation every year.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hall, of
Detroit, Mich., are spending sev
eral day,s with his mother, Mrs.
John Hall on Bidwell street.
T. B. Higdon, of Atlanta, spent
the weekend here with relatives
Miss Elizabeth Meadows, of At
lanta spent the first of the week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Quince Shope, Mis,s Kate
Shope, Miss Elurie Belle Sanders,
W. R. Shope and Norman. West
spent the weekend in Columbia and
Charleston, S. C.
Mrs. Ross Zachary and two
children of Charlotte, are spend
ing several days with Mr.s. Zach
ary's. aunt, Miss Annie . Slagle ' at
Babbling Brook Farm and with
Mr., and Mrs. Pryor Parrish and
family, of Fossil, Ore'., are visit
ing Mr. Parrish's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George T. Parrish at their
home on Franklin Route 3. This
is Mr. Parrish's first visit back
to his home in 25 years.
Mrs. John Archer and two chil
dren are spending . a few days in
Memphis, Tenn., visiting relatives
John Queen and son, Billy, of
Philadelphia, Pa., came in last week
for a visit with his father, W. M.
Queen and' Mrs. Queen at West's
Mill and other relatives.
Mrs. Burton Boesser and son of
.Virginia Beach, Va., are spending
some time with Mrs. Boesser's
parents, Mr.' and Mrs. J. F. Cun
ningham.' on Franklin Route 3.
Homer Younce, of Haines City,
Fla., is visiting his family who are
spending 1 some time with Mrs.
Younce's mother, Mrs. James Par
rish on Franklin Route 3. Also his
mother, Mrs. Lilly Younce at her
home on Franklin Route 3.
W. R. Shope, Harry Sanders,
Misses Frances Hurst and Mary
Davis Pou spent one day last week
Miss Lane Porter, daughter of
Mr; and Mrs. T. W. Porter is
attending summer school at Pea-
body college in Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. John M. Gibson ' arrived
Monday evening for a visit to her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. T. Smith.
Mrs. F. T. Smith has been con
fined to her room for the past two
weeks but is reported to be slight
. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Bryson and
young daughter, who have been
visiting in Spruce Pine have' re'-
Sport, street and afternoon,
styles including cottons,
spuns, silks and chiffons.
Don't miss this chance to
buy dresses for the rest
of this season!
Buy them for now, and for
next year at great savings.
turned to their home at West's
Miss Ruth McCollum, of Atlanta,
is spending her vacation here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Miss Gay Evan,?, of Winston
Salem, is here for a visit with
Mrs. A. B. Omohundfo at Mimoisa
George Lohr and Kenneth Bryant
spent tie weekend in Shelby with
relatives of Mr. Lohr's. On their
return they , were accompanied by
Mrs. Lohr, who will spend several
days in Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hall, of
Detroit, Mich., are visiting Mr.
Hall's mother, Mrs. John W. Hall.
Mrs., George Bryson and daugh
ter, Miss Dora Bryson, of Atlanta,
are visiting Mrs. Bryson's sister,
Mrs. C. A. Bry.son and Mr. Bry
son at West's Mill and -other rela
. Ora Matlock, of Marietta, Ga
is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Matlock at West's
C. M. Dills, of Franklin Route
3, who recently underwent an op
eratian, is able to be out again.
H. E. Church, Jr., who is work
ing at Tapoca, spent the weekend
here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Church.
Mrs. H. E. Church and. Mrs. R
M. Waldroop attended the funeral
of John A Dowtin in Bryson City
R. H. Bennett and daughter,
Miss Alice Bennett, of the Iotla
community, left oh Tuesday morn
ing for Carolina Beach and Other
points of interest.
Mrs. C. S. Tilley, of Franklin,
and Mrs. Austin Russell, of Aquone,
have returned from Spartanburg,
S. C, where they visited Mrs.
Tilley's daughter, Mrs. Edward
Baker and Mr. Baker.
Mrs. J. K. Conley, who under
went an operation at Angel hos
pital last week, is reported to be
getting along nicely. .
Miss Mildred Cabe and Miss
Audrey Conley were initiated Wed
nesday night, July 23, into the
Delta Omicron chapter of the Pi
Rho Zeta fraternity of Blanton's
Business college in Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sutton and
daughter Jessie, have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. James Perry this
Miss Carolyn Nolan, Miss Lee
ida Beshears and K. Montague
have returned from Raleigh where
they attended the Farm Security
Administration convention. '
Howard Moore and Joe Bour
oughs of Rockingham have been
spending a week with Mr. Moore's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore.
Mrs. W. R. Cunningham and
children who have been in Wil
mington, for several months, are
here for a visit with relatives and
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Underwood
and daughter,' -Dorothy, of Doug
lasville, Ga., are spending several
days with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Wevman. -v .
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter, of And
erson, S. C, spent Wednesday with
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Corbin. Their
daughter, Margaret, who has been
visiting Doris Corbin, returned with
E. B. McCee, of Cleveland, Ga.,
and son, Roy McGee, of Copper
hill, Tenn., are visiting relatives
and friends on Cartoogechaye.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Moscow and
two children of Atlanta, are spend
ing several weeks with Mrv Mos
cow's sister, Mrs. M. BlumenthaJ
and Mr. Blumenthal. .
Miss Polly Blumenthal left Mon
day for her home in Atlanta after
spending several days with her
brother, M. Blumenthal and fam
Legion Auxiliary Met
With Mrs. Waldroop
The meeting of the Macon coun
ty chapter of the American Leg
ion Auxiliary was enjoyed at the
home of Mrs. Charlie Waldroop
on Cartoogechaye last Monday eve
ning. The meeting was held on the
cool front porch, looking down the
valley with the new moon in the
late evening twilight.
So appropriate a summary of
that which constitutes loyal citi
zenship is the. Preamble led by
Mrs. Alf. Higdon, president, and
recited in unison, that we quote
it in full:
"For God and country we asso
ciate ourselves together for the
"To uphold and defend the Con
stitution of the ' United States, of
America; to maintain law and
order; to foster and perpetuate a
one hundred per cent American
ism; to preserve the memories and
incidents of our association during
the Great War;, to inculcate a
sense of individual obligation to
the community, state and nation;
to combat the autocracy of both
the classes and the masses; to
make right the master of might;
to promote peace and god will on
earth; to safeguard and transmit
to posterity the principles of jus
tice, freedom and democracy; to
participate . in and to contribute to
the accomplishment of the aims
and purposes of The American
Legion; to consecrate and sanctify
cur aociaUon by our devotion
To Appear In Person At
Truman "Pinky" Tomlin, your
favorite singer of songs, who brings
his famous dance orchestra to
the Macon Theatre on August 9,
was born in Arkansas, but his pro
fessional life- is wrapped around
Oklahoma. . ... He is just past 30,
but looks like a kid- of 19, because
everything pleases him immensely.
He married his college sweetheart.
Although identified with the guitar,
lie can play all stringed instru
ments . . . Although he still gets
stage and mike fright, which
makes his face twice as red. Being
a Dixie raised boy his favorite dish
is" real fried chicken, with lots of
apple dumplings on the side, and
his favorite person is his tiny
daughter, Sylvia Ann, whose moth
er was the inspiration for Pinky's
first big song hit, "The Object of
Mr. , and Mrs. William Claude
Leatherman announce the birth of
a daughter, Willia Claudette, oin
Sunday, July 20, at the home of
Mrs. Leatherman's parents, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.; Mack Thompson in
East Franklin. . Mrs. Leatherman
was the former Miss Lucy Thomp
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Rickman, of
Statesville, announce the ibirth of
a san, Charles Sloan, on Sunday,
July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Rickman
are both formerly of Macon
Receives More Books
Mr. and Mrs.4 James Averell
have added about 15 mew books
to the Franklin Library shelves by
a gift of current fiction and non
fiction, that will be appreciated by
readers. They also have donated
their file of the National Geo
graphic magazine covering the four
year period since 1937.
Mrs. Angie W. Cox, generous
patroin of Macon county libraries,
continues to make her gifts. An
other shipment of books has just
been received, according to an an
nouncement by Mrs. Frank I. Mur
Rickman Reunion To
Be Held Sunday
Descendants of the late Merritt
Rickman will hold their annual
reunion on Sunday, August 3, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Rickman at West's Mill. All'
descendants of this pioneer family
are invited to attend and bring
Family Meeting At
Arrowood For Parrishes
A eatherincr of the relatives and
- o ---o -
friends of Mr. and Mrs. . Pryor
Parrish, who are here on a visit
from Fossil, Ore., will be held at
Arrowood Glade on Sunday, Aug
ust 3, for an all-day meeting. The
attending parties will furnish the
At Clark's Chapel
A box supper will be held at the
Clark's Chapel Methodist church
on Saturday night, August 2. The
proceeds will be used to pay for
a piano for the church. The pub
lic is invited to attend.
to mutual helpfulness."
An informal talk was made by
Mrs. J. W. C Johnson, followed
by social talk and delicious refresh
ments. The highlight of the gath
ering was the singing of "God
Bless America" by little 8-year old
Nell, daughter of the hostess. Mrs.
Lola P. Barrington offered the
Members attending were, Mes
damts Charlie and Betty Waldroop,
Harley Dunbar, Barrington, Gil
mer Jones, C A Setser, Higdon,
John Waslik, Henry Slagle, C C
Cunningham, H, E. Church, Miss
By HAZEL AMMONS
(Omitted last week)
Monday night July 21, the- Elli
jay school house burned down. The
cause of the fire has not yet been
Rev. Hobart Rogers of Mars
Hill preached Sunday .morning and
night at "the Ellijay Baptist church.
Mr. Roger's is a resident of this
community, he is the. 'son of Mr.
and Mr.s. Charles Rogers.
Many people of Ellijay are at
tending the tent meeting at Frank
lin. John 1 Wood of Buck Creek vis
ited friends on Ellijay Sunday.
John Price of the U. S. Army
stationed at Fort Bragg visited
home folks here last week.
Mrs. Frank Henry and daugh
ter, Blanche, have returned to
their home in Detroit, Mich., after
a , visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Lesley Young. ,
William Berry of the U. S. Army,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alec Berry.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amnions
and family and Mrs. Columbus Am
nions of Brasstowri visited Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Henry last week
end. ." ' ' -
Mrs. Stella Phillip and son, Bil
ly of New Mexico, are visiting her
mother, Mrs. Fronia Dunn.
By MRS. VERNON BRYSON
. (Omitted last week)
J. L. Clark attended the farm
district meeting at Asheville July
. Sam Frady, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Calse Frady of the Naval hospital
at Fort Bragg, is' home on fur
lough. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bryson and
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Bryson and
children visited Otella Bryson at
High Hampton, and Mrs. ' Mack
Pierson at Norton Sunday. ?.
Lois Clark who is employed at
Highlands visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Clark, last Sunday.
Nettie Mae Stanfiield returned to
her home here Monday after a
three-weeks' visit to her aunt, Mrs.
Lois Davison in Pennsylvania.
Miss Mildred Bryson and Miss
Nell Darrell of Raleigh are visiting
Miss Bryson's grandparents, Mr.
We are giving special prices on
our permanent s this month
come in and talk over prices
with us. Bring this ad and re
ceive 25 per cent discount on all
permanents from $3.50 up.
JO'S BEAUTY SHOP
Auspices Franklin Fire Dept.
Franklin, N. C.
(Across from Bui gin's Shop)
MONDAY, JULY 28
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2
FRIDAY CHILDREN'S DAY
All Rides 5c Until 6:00-P. M.
FRE GATE . .... FREE ACTS
and Mrs. A. J. Evans and Mrs.
J. L. Bryson. '
Mrs. Lois Davison and family
from Pennsylvania arrived here
Monday for a visit with relatives.
Marion Bryson left last week for
Washington, D. C, where he has
By C. L. GREEN
The women of this, community
are canning a lot of fruit and
A great many people are enjoy
ing the swimming pool at Arrow
wood these hot days.
Girt Scouts were at their Scout
cabini on Wayah rpad , last week.
Mr. and Mrs; Archie .-Turner
.visited.' Mrs. Turner's father,. -Mr.
D. Holemson, last week, on Wayah
We are glad to have Mrs. Paul
Scruggs back On Wayah at the
Arrowood Lunch Room.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Freese, wlio
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Briggers, have gone to
to their home- in Miami, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Winn and soiti, of
Doraville, Ga.,-' are now at their
cabin on Wayah road.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Green and
family attended the Green reunion
Siler Reunion To Be
On Wayah Camp Ground
The 90th annual reunion of the
Siler family will be held on
Thursday, August' 7.
The place of meeting will be the
old Camp Ground on Wayah. .
Life insurance statistics show
that there are five causes of
death each of which today take
an annual toll greater than the
U. S. war deaths of the last war:
heart disease, cancer, cerebral
hemorrhage, accidents, and Bright's
Disease. Care and preventive . ef
fort can reduce this death toll.
Reid's Es so Service
Eho Motor Oil Washing
Verified Lubrication AtLaa Tires
Come In Pleaee, Go Out Pleaeed
REID WOMACK, Mgr.
Palmer St. Phone 32
Franklin, N. C.