North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1934
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACON! AN
PAGE THREE
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
DADY-DRENNON MARRIAGE
ANNOUNCED
The marriage of Miss Georgia
Mae Dady to Lieutenant C. D.
Drennon, Jr., of Atlanta, Ga., which
was quietly solemnized at the First
Methodist church in Rendersonville,
on Sunday, September 9, was an
nounced last Thursday by the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
C. Dady, of Franklin.
The bride wore a very becoming
brown silk dress with matching ac
cessories. Her shoulder corsage
was white gardenias.
Mrs. Drennon is a graduate of
the Franklin high school and of
Cecil's Business College in Ashe
ville. She has been employed as
secretary in the land acquisition
office here of the National Forest
Service.
Mr. Drennon is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Drennon, of At
lanta, Ga., and is a graduate of
Georgia Tech and unitil recently
was an officer in the U. S. Army.
Mrs. Drennon left Friday of the
past week for Chicago to join her
husband, who has a position there.
RETURN FROM
WEDDING TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sloan, who
were married at the home of the
bnde's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Morrow, near Statesville,
on Friday, . October 12, returned to
Franklin Sunday from their wed
ding trip. They motored through
Virginia and returned by way of
Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Statesville.
They will make their home at
"Sunnyside Farm."
MISS RUBY BLAINE
WEDS MR. ALEX CABE
Miss Ruby Blaine and Alex Cabe
were quietly married in Clayton,
Ga., on Sunday, August 19.
Mrs. Cabe is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Blaine, of Frank
lin Route 1. She is a graduate of
the Franklin high school and has
been very popular in her commun
ity. Mr. Cabe is the son of D. P.
Cabe and the late Mrs. Cabe. He
is a graduate of the Franklin high
school and Perry's Business College
in Atlanta, Ga. He is now a stu
dent of Western Carolina Teachers
College at Cullowhee.
Mr. , and Mrs. Cabe are making
their home at Otto with the
groom's father.
The Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Herbert,
the Rev. B. W. Lefler, the Rev. J.
B. Tabor and Harold T. Sloan left
Tuesday morning for Greensboro
to attend the Methodist Conference
which convenes there this week.
Mrs,. Herbert will also visit friends
in Winston-balm.
Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sloan, of
Atlanta, Ga., spent the week-end
here with friends returning to their
home Tuesday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Campbell at
tended the funeral of Jake Wilds
at Webster on Friday of the past
week.
Virginia Cansler, small daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cansler, Jr.,
of Iotla, was taken to Angel hos
pital Monday for treatment.
Mrs. R. H. Carrington, of San
Mateo, Fla., has been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cabe,
at Otto.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. West and
two sons, Ralph, Jr., and Norman,
of Iotla, spent Sunday with friends
in Asheville.
Miss Rosalin Bulgin, Miss Rachel
Slagle, John Bulgin, George Single,
Thomas Wilkes and Claude Free
man recently spent Sunday in
Clyde, visiting Mr. Freeman's par
ents, the Rev. atjd Mrs. H. C.
Freeman.
John Smith returned to New York
LATiST
Du Patricia Dow
-
Designed In Sises: 1, 2, 3, 4 as!
B years. 8ise 4 requires 2K ytsda
of 35 inch material
Pattern 8330: Little children love
to dress in gay, new frocks and go
to a party. Such a frock is the one
sketched. It is gay and becoming.
The yoke and puff sleeves are
cut in one with the panels. There
are not many pieces in this pattern,
though the effect of the panels, in
front and back and repeated at the
sides is quite complicated. The
gathered sections of the dress
which are sewed into the yoke at
the top and along the panels at
the side edges are simple to sew.
A narrow band finishes the sleev
es and the dress is opened on the
shoulders, with buttons and button
holes. Printed silk or taffeta would
be sweet in this design and quite
party-ish.
HOW TO ORDER
PATTERNS
Send lb cents in coin (for each
pattern desired), your NAME,
ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER
and SIZE to Patricia Dow, Care
The Franklin Press and High
lands Maconian. Pattern Dept.,
IIS Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn. N. Y
Monday after spending several
months here with friends.
Hansel Bennett, of Iotla, was
visiting friends in Clyde recently.
Mrs. John Blaine and daughter,
Mrs. Mack Franks, have removed
from the Johnston house on West
Main street to an apartment in the
Trotter house on East Main street.
Harry Holt and family have mov
ed from Ellijay to the house on
"Boy! I can
breathe nowl"
just a mw otors
Or IACN NOSTIIl
two sises, 30A. .50
HELPS PREVENT
many colds
West Main street recently occupied
by Mrs. Mack Franks and mother.
Miss Annie Will Siler returned to
her home in New York Monday
after spending a week here with
her mother, Mrs. F. L. Siler.
Miss Grace McGaha, Miss Annie
Dee Leatherman and Lester Arnold,
who are taking a business course
in Athens, Ga., spent Saturday here
with their parents.
Miss Harriett Kinnebrew, of Jas
per, Ga.. is spending several days
here visiting her aunt, Mrs. George
A. Jones, and other relatives.
Bill Smith, of New York, spent
the first of this week here visiting
friends.
Mrs. E. MDavis returned to her
home in Winston-Salem Sunday af
ter spending a week here with her
parents, Mr. and, Mrs. John F.
Cunningham, at their home on
Franklin Route 1.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr.,
and son returned to their home
here last Friday, after a visit with
Mrs. Angel's mother in Greensboro.
Mrs. Frank Henry, Jr., who was
operated on at Angel hospital Mon
day for appendicitis, was reported
to be resting nicely Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McLean had
as their guests on Sunday, at their
home "Knollacres," at West's Mill,
their son, Ralph R. McLean, Miss
Grace Walcott, Mr. George San
ders, Miss Ruth Walcott and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Walcott, all of
Asheville.
Miss Freda Siler, accompanied by
Mrs. Harry Barnetz and Miss
Nancy Downing, of Atlanta, Ga.,
spent the week-end here visiting
Miss Siler's mother, Mrs. F. L.
Siler.
Miss Dorothy Stewart, who is
doing stenographic work in Spar
tanburg, S. G, spent the week-end
here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. G. Stewart, at their home
on Riverview street.
Mrs. A. W. Mangum, of Chapel
Hill, is here visiting Mrs. S. H.
Lyle, Jr., at her home on Harrison
avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sellers and
two daughters, Misses Gladys and
Helen Sellers, and Homer Mash
burn spent Sunday near Murphy
attending the Stalcup family re
union. Dewitt Sanders, known to his
many friends here as "Red," and
who is now living in Winsron
Salem, spent the week-end here
with friends.
R. E. Anderson and family have
moved from Harrison avenue to an
apartment with Mrs. W. L. Higdon
in the Trotter House on West Main
street
M
oney-iaving
Hundreds of people took advantage of our marvelous bar
gains at the opening of this sale Friday and on Saturday it was
all we could do to wait on customers. Everybody in Macon
County and many from adjoining counties seemed to appreciate
the unusual values we were offering. We take this opportunity
to thank them for their business and the kind things they have
said about us.
We wish to urge those who already have bought from us
during this great sale to visit us again, and to invite those who
have not yet seen our bargains to come in and look around. This
is a splendid opportunity to stock up on winter supplies of cloth
ing, cloth goods, shoes anything in the dry goods line. We
have a tremendous stock on hand and we have got to sell it in a
hurry to meet bills due the first of the month. That's why we
have cut prices so low. This is no sham sale; we have actually
reduced prices. We had to. Come in and see for yourself.
M
oses
Mr. and Mrs. Henley Moore and
young daughter, Pat, of Virginia
Beach, Va., are spending this week
here visiting Mr. Moore's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie M. Moore,
and other relatives in Macon county-Mr.
and Mrs. Bynum Downs and
young daughter, Joan, of Winston
Salem, spent the first of this week
here visiting relatives and friends.
N. E. Bowden returned to his
home in Dallas, Texas, Sunday af
ter spending several days here visit
ing his daughter, Miss Katherine
Bowden, at West's Mill.
Mrs. C. L. Ingram, of Franklin
Route 4, spent the past week in
Clayton, Ga., visiting her daughter,
Mrs. G. L. Tomlin.
Mrs. Claude Russell, who has
been taking a course in beauty cul
ture in Athens, Ga., returned to
her home here last week.
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OUR GREAT FALL
C
Will Continue for
Another Week
Blumenthal
Franklin, N. C.
GETS HIS BUCK
Wood Riser of the Cartooge
chaye community recently shot and
killed a 125-pound buck while deer
hunting in that section.
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Sale
    

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