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The Franklin press and the Highlands Maconian. (Franklin, N.C.) 1932-1968, October 02, 1958, Image 7

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AT BAPTIST CHURCH ? Miss Nora Jean Baldwin Becomes Bride Of James L. Kinsland Here Sunday Miss Nora Jean Baldwin and James L. Kinsland w?re united in marriage Sunday at 4 o'clock in the chapel of The First Bap tist Church. The Rev. Robert R. Standley. pastor of the bride and groom, officiated. | The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. E. Baldwin, of Franklin . The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Kinsland, of Franklin. Music was presented by Mrs. H. W Cabe and Mrs. Charles J. Baldwin. ? The bride wore a dress of pure silk designed with a fitted bodice of Chantilly lace. Her short veil was attached to a matching cap trimmed with pearls. She wore a single strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Her shoulder corsage was a whits orchid. The bride's mother was attired in a navy blue dress with navy accessories and her flowers were p:nk roses. The groom's mother vote a pink dress and her flowers were white carnations. The ushers were Gus Baldwin, brother ot the bride, and Bill Kinsland, brother of the groom. Mr and Mrs. Kinsland both are graduates of Franklin High School and attended Western Carolina College, Cullowhee. Mrs. Mrs. Kinsland Kinsland is employed by The Bank Of Franklin. Mr. Kinslann is employed by Franklin Hosiery Company. After a short wedding trip, the Pamela T?|M Ru I Birthday Party Mia* Pamela Teague was hon ored with a party on her uxth birthday by her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Teague. last Sunday afternoon Hie party was held on the lawn at the Teague home. Favors were presented each guest and birth day cake and punch were served. Quests Included Melanie Hoop er, Charles and Sam Parrish, Gail and Janet Profltt. Bob Cansler, John Murray. Tim Sloan. Brenda Dowdle. Jackie Baud. Steve Brady. Maxine McClure. Billy Mashburn. and Mrs. Louise Led ford. Jay Deal Honored On His Birthday Approximately 26 members of the family were guests' at the home of Mrs. J. B. Deal last Sun day to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Deal's son. Jay. Those from out-of-town who at tended the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Qregg and daughter, of Greenville. S. C . Mr. and Mrs. Neville Ramey and family, of Asheville. and Mrs. Lex Penland. of Macon. Ga. couple will be at home at the Swafford house on Harrison Avenue. A cake cutting was held at the home of the bride's parents Sat urday after rehearsal. Misses Elaine and Dana Sue Baldwin, nieces of the bride as sisted in serving. PET f VAPORATfD MILK TALL 2 for 29c SMALL 2forl5c 4 Tray Pak ? Cut-Up I Fryers lb. 29c 3-Lb. Tin Shortening Jewel 69c tSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC-OMOO^MWOC a k ! M Quality MEATS * 1 iiooooeeeooooooooeooooosooooooji ^ US Choice Boneless CHUX ROAST Lb 69^ | : ? ? ! Fresh Ground Choice Beef HAMBURGER^, 8^ j nOW*m detergent \ Large - - - 30c I in BLUB I ) jo DETERGENT f Giant - - - 67c S jpSUPER SUDS; VF, ,m?,n K ,?jiV nv,ri. Large Pkg / VEL LIQUID >1 \musco&? ? V FACE xM DETERGENT j U (LOTH ) Giant Size 69c jj %rfff/<w/CT//T^ i V King Size $1.01 } J Banner Brand I Oleo lb. 15 t V ?oeeooooooeooeoeoeeeoeeeeeee&g | | %%T VEBETABLES ^ iooooooooooooooooooooooooooooi 1 Golden Yam Variety SWEET i POTATOES Ll 15c Farley Crisp CELERY Fl 21* I 10 Lb. Bag No. 1 POTATOES 39* Red Delicious APPLES 5b? W PALMOLIVE SOAP ? Reg. - - 4 for 31c Bath - - 2 for 29c Cashmere Bouquet SOAP Bath Size 2 for ----- 22c FAB WASHING POWDER Lg. Size - - 35c Giant - - - 85c Florident DEODORANT Floral, Pine, Spise, Mint Lg. Size - - 79c PET /N ST A NT NONFAT DRV MILK 4 QT. SIZE 29c BALDWIN SUPER MARKET MODERN ? CLEAN (Grade "A") ? FREE PARKING We?t Palmer Street Phone IS Franklin, N. C. THE BIG DOLLAR WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE Eaet Franklin. N. C TROY SHOOK, Mgr. Newt About PEOPLE The Rev. and Mrs, John Tucker are spending a month's vacation (September 29 through October 24 1 visiting points of interest in the western states. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seay are here visiting relatives for a week or two. They were called home because of the death of Mr. Seay's father. Arvey Seay. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Long. Jr.. and children, of Atlanta, spent last week end here with their parents. Mrs. Don Raby and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Long. Sr. They also visited Mrs. Long's aunt. Mrs. Ed Whittington. Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Teague left last week end for a visit with their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Morrison, in South Hill. Va. They were accompanied by their grandson. Mike Morrison, who has been visitinc them. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mooney. of Athens. Oa.. spent last week end with Mrs. Mooney's mother, Mrs. A. C. Pannell. Mrs. O. C. Butler and two chil dren. of Aynor. S. C.. and Mrs. L. A. Row. of Oreensboro. are spending some time here because of the illness of their mother. Mrs. A. B. Slagle Mr and Mrs W C Burrell and , children. Jean and Sonny, spent last week end at Mtsenheimer. where they visited another daugh- ! ter. Miss Joan Burrell. a student ! at Pfeiffer College. WOULD YOU LIKE TO ASK SOMETHING ABOUT CATHOLIC FAITH? EVERYONE IS INY1TKD TO ATTEND WHAT? Catholic Information Classes WHERE? Parish Hall, Catholic Church WHEN' Every Tuesday at S :< M ) |>. 111. Ship'n Shore' roll-up sleeve smartie *? -|98 sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14 ?' So talented it travels from penmanship class to parties. ' v Ship'n Shore's perky blouse-love with convertible collar, stay-put tails. In combed cotton broadcloth with a soft lustre, an affinity for suds! White, candy-box pastels and brightsl Oodles more Ship'n Shores, all different I The Children's Shop 4 Pint Will tfaks Yon t f ' Home ttepfkr ! see the few SB Note LESTER BETSY ROSS SPINET GUARANTEED For Ten Yeats ? Choice of liglit or Dork Woods ? Famous for Amplified Ton# BUY ON ; CONVENIENT j TERMS MAIL TH CAGLE MUSIC CO. i Next to Jamison 5 & 10c Store ! Palmer Street Franklin, N. C. ! G*ntl?m*n: Plcaie iend mi full information t ?n lutir B*tsy Rots Spinttt Cir* FRIZE WINNERS LAST WEEK'S DRAWING 1st Prize ? Radio Nancy Bolton, Franklin 2nd Prize?Guitar ("laudette I A'athertnan, Route 4 | 3rd Prize ? I )anipchaser. , Mrs. Iloyt Itryson I # Cagle Music Company Next to Jamison 5 & 10c Store Palmer Street Franklin, N. C. ">? I ' SI ?(5"/'* NQ. >S ? 1^0 'ijf the Philadelphia' jy Mrs CtiarMa Bradley and daughter. Mrs. Oeoe Hu.yii.won. and her two children left last two week's run with MrVwte who to employed than. OPEN ALL DAY ? EVERY DAY I a. m. to g p. in. Fresh F ruit * ? Vegetables Our Specialty ? Fine Tomatoes FRANKLIN FRUIT STORE HENRY DOTSON, Owner Palmer St. Corner Philips Phone Mi DeSoto Trail Restaurant $1.00 Special for Sunday ROAST YOUNG CHICKEN* Fresh Green Beans Fresh Buttered Corn Steamed Rice Hot Biscuits Hot Rolls Lettuce and Tomato Salad Take the Family for an Extra Treat De Soto T rail Restaurant Franklin Where all the Highways Meet ? East of the River ITS HERE! "THE QUIET TIME" On WFSC on your* dial FOR TIRED NERVES In These Trying Times of Stress and Uncertanity, You Will Find Relief from T ension In "THE QUIET TIME" THIS IS A PROGRAM DESIGNED FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY MAKE IT A LISTENING HABIT EVERY AF.JRNCON AT 5:30 P. M. Mail Boxes For City Delivery 4 Styles - 2 Prices Rustproof Black Enameled Steel Brass Trim 2.99 I 3.99 2 Sizes 3elk's ? Franklin j _ > i

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