THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1135
THE FRANKLIN PRESS mad T HE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MISS JESSIE HJGDON
IS BRIDE OF HOWARD WILKIE
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Jessie Hig
don to Howard Wilkie at CullOwhee
on Saturday evening, June 1.
The marriage vows were spoken
before the Rev. P. L. Elliott, head
of the English department of West
ern Carolina Teachers college, at
the altar of St. David's Episcopal
The church was simply but beau
tifully decorated for the occasion.
Four white tapers burned at the
altar and vases of roses were plac
ed at each end. The altar railing
was interwined with branches of
Dorothy Perkins roses. Candles
burned in each window, casting a
soft radience oyer the chapel.
W. A. Potter, organist of the
First Baptist church, of Ashevilk,
and a member of the music faculty
at Cullowhee, furnished the music.
At the first strains of the wedding
march from Lohengrin, the bride
and groom entered unattended and
were met at the altar by the of
ficiating minister. During the cere
mony Mr. Potter softly played, "0
Mrs. Wilkie, the attractive daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Higdon,
of Higdonville, was attired in a
lovely costume of white crepe. She
is a graduate of the Franklin high
school, and of Western Carolina
Teachers college, 1 at Cullowhee,
where she was one of the institu
tion's outstanding student leaders.
She was twice elected the best
woman college citizen and one year
was president of the student body.
Since graduation she has been cm
ployed as a teacher in the public
schools in Macon county.
Mr. Wilkie is the son of "Mrs.
W. G. Wilkie, of Franklin, and the
late W. G. Wilkie. He is a grad
uate of the' Franklin high school
and Weaver College, Weaverville,
N. C, and expects to complete the
requirements for a bachelor of
science degree at the current sum
mer session at Western Carolina
Teachers College. In campus ac
tivities he has been outstanding in
dramatics, music and athletics.
MISS NETTIE HURST
WEDS R. L. HYATT
The marriage of Miss Nettie
Hurst to Robert Lee Hyatt, which
took place at the home of the
bride's brother and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Hurst, at Ridgecrest,
on Wednesday 'of last week, came
as a great surprise to their many
The vows were spoken at high
noon before an improvised altar of
marly garden flowers and woods
ferns. The Rev. Mr. Gillespie, pas
tor of the Presbyterian church at
Bryson City, officiated. Only a
small company of relatives and close
friends were present for the cere
mony and the wedding breakfast
The bride's dress was of forget-me-not
blue crepe with white ac
cessories and a shoulder bouquet of
sweetheart rosebuds and lilies of
The attendants were Miss Jessie
Ramsey, a niece of the bride, and
Miss Ethel, Hurst, a cousin of the
bride, both of Franklin; Reeves
Colville, of Bryson City, and R. E.
Hurst, of Ridgecrest.
Mrs. Hyatt is the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. E. Hurst, of
Franklin. She has ahvays been
very popular among her social set.
She has taught in the public schools
in both Buncombe and Macon coun
ties for several years. She is a
graduate of the Franklin high
school and attended Western Caro
lina Teachers college at Cullowhee.
Mr. Hyatt is the son of Mrs.
Rebecca Hyatt, of Bryson City, and
the late E. G. Hyatt. He is con
nected with the Bryson City Drug
Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt will make
their home with the groom's moth
er at Bryson City.
Misses Lola and Jessie Ramsey,
and Misses Ezella and Ethel Hurst
attended the wedding Of Miss Net
tie Hurst to Robert Hyatt' at
Ridgecrest on Wednesday of last
James Hames, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Hames, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is spending a few days here visit
ing Doyle Blaine.
Charles T. Allman and son,
Charles, Jr., are expected to arrive
here Monday from Baltimore, Md.,
to spend a week with Mr. Allman's
mother, Mrs. J. J. Conley.
Miss Doris Jones and brother.
Lyle, of Gay, Jackson county, came
over to attend the funeral of their
grandmother, Mrs. Hayes Gibson,
at Snow Hill, Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Horner Stockton
and three children spent the week
end in Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Henry Addington, of Jacksonville,
is spending several days here visit
ing his sister, Mrs. Sam L. Rogers,
at Rogers Hall. This is Mr. Ad
dington's first visit fiere in 20 years.
Mrs. R. D. Sisk has returned to
her home on Iotla street after a
visit with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Sisk, in
Charlotte ; her daughter and son-in-law,
Dr. and Mrs. A E. Gouge, in
Bakersville, and her nephew, Ross
Zachary, and Mrs. Zachary in Con
cord. She was accompanied on her
return by Mrs. Gouge, who will
spend severar days here visiting.
Mrs. E. M. Penland, of Green-
Lville, arrived Saturday for an ex
tended visit with her sister, Mrs.
J. J. Conley, at her home on Iotla
Mrs. Lee Waldroop returned to
her home here Sunday after spend
ing several months in Randall,
Wash., and other western cities,
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Patton
spent a couple of days the past
week in Charlotte on business.
Miss Mae McDowell and Miss
Muriel Bulgin, of Clayton, Ga.,
were guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. L. T. Sloan on Iotla the
first of this week.
Miss Rose Rogers, of Tallahas
see, Fla., arrived last week to
spend the summer with her aunt,
Mrs. Gus Leach, and Mr. Leach.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hurst and
two daughters, of Whitetail, Mont.,
arrived Monday and will spend sev
eral weeks at Mr. Hurst's old home
place on Franklin Route 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanders and
two sons, Milton and Sol, spent
Sunday in Atlanta, Ga., visiting
Mrs. Sanders' brother, S. Witner,
Mrs. Eva Keener has returned to
her home at Higdonville after visit
ing relatives in Atlanta, Ga. She
was accompanied by her mother,'
Mrs. J. H. Higdon, who will spend
the summer with Mrs. Keener. Mrs.
Higdon, who has been ill for sever
al months, is somewhat unproved.
Hugh and Milus Embry, of Quin
cy, Fla., are spending two weeks
here visiting their aunt, Mrs. Gus
Leach, and Mr. Leach at 'their home
on West Main street.
Miss Dorothy Siler and Miss
Rodney Mead, who have been I
spending several days here thej
guests of Miss Betty Leach, leftj
last week for Lavonia, Ga., where
they will visit Miss Siler's grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Siler,
before returning to their home in
Mrs. C. A. Setser, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Seay of Hazelwood, and Miss
Helen Seay, of Newark, N. J., spent
Sunday here visiting their daughter
and sister, Mrs. Derald Ashe, and
Mr. Ashe at their home on Har
Miss Evelyn Poliakoff has return
ed to her home in East Franklin
after spending a week with rela
tives and friends in Anderson,
Mrs. J. T. Harris has returned to
her home at Hamlet after spending
a week here visiting her sister,
Mrs. F. G. Burnette, and Mr. Bur
nette at their home on Bidwell
street. She was accompanied on
her return by her son, James, who
spent a month here visiting.
Mrs. C. E. Zachary and daughter,
Eugenia, of Atlanta, and Mrs. J, R.
Ashemore, of Eustis, Fla., are
spending a few days visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hig
gins on Harrison avenue.
Mrs. S. F. Wooten and "Buddy"
Wooten have joined the colony of
Tampans at Trimont Inn. Mrs.
Wooten was accompanied by Henry
Holmes, Jr., whose parents will ar
rive July 1. The Holmes have
leased the Neville Sloail, home for,
the season. Other summer visitors
from Tampa include Major and
Mrs. J. Frank Carmack and ne
phew, Gerard Dover, Mrs. J. B.
Mixson and son, Jackie, Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Carmichael and Willis,
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Looney,
Mrs. J. Jewett, Mrs. G. Bourget
and daughter, Helen, from Miami,
Fla., were guests this week at
Miss Beverly Brown is spending
two weeks attending a young neo
pie's conference at Kanuga Lake,
Episcopal Assembly ground near
Hendersonville. She is representing
the Young People's Service League
of bt. Agnes Episcopal church,
The Rev. and Mrs. B. W. Lefler
returned to their home here Friday
from Duke University, in Durham,
where they spent ten days attend
ing the Methodist pastors' school.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hurst, of
Ridgecrest, are spending this week
at Mr. Hurst's old home on Frank
lin Route 3.
J. P. Noland and family have
moved from the Orlando apart
ments to the Lyle hospital on Har
Miss Mary Sanders is spending
this week in Ashevilk visiting her
sister, Mrs. Ella Peterson.
Miss Ann Johnston, of Atlanta,
Ga., and Miss Helen Johnston, of
Gainesville, Ga., are spending sev
eral days here visiting their aunt.
Mrs. T. J. Johnston, Sr at her
home on Harrison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Potts and
children spent the week-end in
Winston-Salem with Mrs. Potts
sister, Mrs. Arvill Fouts, and Mr.
Fouts. They were accompanied on
their return Sunday by Mrs. Fouts
and two children, J. A. and Louise,
who will spend a few days with
relatives on Iotla.
John Thompson, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is spending several days here at
the home of Mrs. T. J. Johnston
on Harrison avenue. '
Among those from here attend
ing the funeral of Mrs. Porter
Pierson in Highlands Sunday morn
ing were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bloxham, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Moore, Sheriff A. B. Slagle, Miss
Elizabeth Slagle, Mrs. H. O. Co
zad, Miss Margaret Cozad, Mrs.
Frank Calloway, J. A. Conley, Mrs.
J. A Ordway, T. W. Porter, Sr.,
T. W. Porter, Jr., and Lane Por
ter. Mrs. A. B. Slagle, Miss Eliza
beth Slagle, Mrs. Sam L. Rogers
and Miss Nora Leach attended the
district meeting of the North Caro
lina Division of the United Daugh
ters of Confederacy in Ashevilk
The Rev. J. A Flanagan, pastor
of the Franklin Presbyterian church,
returned Tuesday night from Bris
tol, Tenn., where he attended a
young people's conference. He was
accompankd by Brabson Bulgin, of
Franklin, Jack Potts and Hiram
McKinney, of Highlands.
Mrs. Janet Witner and daughter,
Miss Harriette Witner, who have
been visiting Mrs. Witner's daugh
ter, Mrs. Jack Sanders, left Sunday
for Atlanta, Ga., where they will
spend a few days with relatives be
fore returning to their home in
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Two Boy Scouts from Tampa,
Pat Murphy and Gerard Dover,
who are spending the summer at
Trimont Inn, are working for their
credits for out-of-door sleeping
while in the mountains. Having
pitched camp near the rushing wat
ers of Lower Cullasaja Falls, Pat
exclaimed, "What are we going to
do when the tide rises ?"
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