THURSDAY, AUGUST I IMS
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACON I AN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MISS IDA MOORE WEDS
Mr. and Mrs. John Moore have
announced the marriage of their
only daughter", Ida Catherine, to
Mr. Frank B. Alexander, of Char
lotte, N. C, on Sunday, June 2,
by the Rev. T. C. Burrell, of
The bride was educated at Frank
lin high school and attended At
lanta Conservatory of Music, At
lanta, Ga., and Athens Business
college, Athens, Ga. Mr. Alexan
der is the son of Mrs. W. A. Alex
ander, and the late W. A. Alexan
der, of Charlotte, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander will
make their home in Charlotte.
Coming as a surprise to their
many friends throughout North
Carolina and Georgia, is the an
nouncement of the marriage on
Thursday, August 1, of Miss Eliza
beth Cabe, of Otto, and Lee Guf
fey, of Young Harris, Ga.
The ceremony was performed at
the parsonage of the Macon charge,
in the presence of a few intimate
friends with the Rev. J. B. Tabor,
pastor of the bride, officiating.
Mrs. Guffey is the attractive
daughter of D. P. Cabe and the
late Mrs. Cabe, of Otto. She is
a graduate of Western Carolina
Teachers college and has studied
at Salem College. She has taught
in the Eastern and Piedmont, as
well as the Western section of
North Carolina. For the past four
years she has been a member of
the faculty of the Franklin school.
Mr. Guffey served in the United
States Navy as a Chief Machinist's
mate. He has been transferred
from active duty to the Fleet Na
val Reserve, after sixteen years of
Mr. and Mrs. Guffey yill be at
home, temporarily, at Young Har
Of interest to a wide circle of
friends was the Wedding of Miss
Burdell Hurst, Detroit, attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Hurst, formerly of Macon county,
to Mr. Ralph Matthews, of Detroit.
36 ATTEND CHURCH
BENEFIT BRIDGE .
The Social Service Workers of
the Franklin Methodist church gave
a benefit bridge Tuesday night in
the Rotary hall. The proceeds
were given to the Children'9 Home.
Nine tables were filled. Mrs. Hal
lie Russell won a cake for high
score, and several other prizes
were won in drawings.
Punch and cakes were served.
U. D. C. TO MEET
The Macon County chapter of
the United Daughters of the Con
federacy will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday, Aug
ust 12, 3 p. m., at the home of
Mrs. Lester Conley on Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Landrum
and daughter, Betty, Mrs. Eugenia
Johnson and daughter, Katherine,
of Daytona Beach, Fla., are spend
ing several days on Cullasaja, visit
ing Mr. Landrum's and Mrs. John
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and ,Mrs: J. G Siler and
daughter, Mrs. James Freeman, of
Lavonia, Ga., spent last Thursday
here attending the Siler reunion.
W. V. C. Dalton, who is work
ing in Gastonia, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Dalton, at their home at
George Carpenter, of Forest City,
spent the week-end here with Mrs.
Carpenter, who is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Trot
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Sloan and
family, of Huntington, Texas, are
spending two weeks here visiting
Mr. Sloan s mother, Mrs, J. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Porter and
son, Charles., and E. H. Meacham,
of Hendersonville, spent the week
end here visiting relatives and
Mrs. I. L. Eastern and two chil
dren spent the week-end in Ala
bama with Mrs. Easton'a husband,
who is working there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hurst, and
daughter, Annie, of Detroit, arriv
ed Saturday to spend a week with
friends and relatives in Macon
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wright, of
Terre Haute, Ind., were the guests
of Mrs. J. C. Barrington last week.
Mrs. A. F. Blackwell, of Winston-Salem,
was the week-end guest
of Mrs. J. C. Barrington at her
home on the Georgia road.
M. G. Duncan, of Rosman, visit
ed his sister, Mrs. S. P. Penland,
Miss Bessie Brown spent last
week in Farmington visiting the
Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Freeman and
Jack Brown, of Asheville, spent
the week-end with his mother, Mrs.
W. B. Brown.
Word has been received from
Clinton Tenn., that Miss Flo Irwin
and Sam L. Garden, Jr., entertain
ed on Tuesday of last week at
their home at Clinton in honor of
Morris and Doris Penland, of
Franklin, who have been visiting
Mrs. W. D. Simpson and chil
dren, of Norris Dam, Tenn., have
been visiting relatives and friends
Mrs. J. A. Cook, of Athens, Ga.,
is spending several days' here visit
ing relatives and friends.
William McGuire, of Charlotte,
spent the week-end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McGuire.
Miss Laura Stillwell, of Kinston,
N. G, is spending several days
visiting her sister, Mrs. John F.
Cumnngham, at her home on
Mrs. Carlton Shirley, of Lavonia.
Ga., came up Thursday to attend
the Siler reunion and remained
over the week-end for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Moore. She
was accompanied on her return
Sunday by Mrs. Moore and daugh
ter, Sallie Lou, who will spend
this week in Lavonia. Mrs. Shir
ley formerly was Miss Nettie
Campbell, of Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poliakoff
spent the first of the week visiting
relatives in Anderson, S. C.
C. Tom Bryson and George B.
Patton spent a few days last week
in Greensboro and Raleigh on busi
ness. E. L. Springer, Jr., of Atlanta,
Ga., spent the first of the week
here visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Blumenthal. He was
accompanied on his return Wed
nesday by Mrs. Springer and two
children, who have been spending
several days here with Mrs. Spring
er's sister, Mrs. Blumenthal.
Chan Cunningham, of . Winston
Salem, is spending a few days
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Cunningham, at their home
on Route 1.
Mrs. John W. Edwards, of Ashe
ville, is spending some time with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Franklin, at their home on Route 4.
Mrs. N. C. Duncan has returned
to her home in Asheville after
spending several days as the guest
of Mrs. T. J. Johnston, Sr., at her
home on Harrison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Noland and
three children left Saturday for
Montgomery, Ala., for a week's
visit before going to their new
home in Birmingham, Ala., where.
Mr. Noland, a forest service em
ploye, was recently transferred.
Miss Amanda Slagle returned to
her home on Route 1 last week,
after a visit with her sister, Miss
Lucy Slagle, in Washington, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Rice left
Wednesday afternoon for -Johnson
City, Tenn., and Ohio, where they
will spend a week visiting.
Mrs. C. J. Keramidas, Miss Eu
genia Knight and Miss Neta Tate,
of Atlanta, Ga., spent several days
here the early part of the week,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Douglas
have returned to their home in
Atlanta, Ga., after spending the
week-end as the guests of Mri and
Mrs. D. D. Rice.
Dr. W. A. Rogers, Sheriff A. B
Slagle, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer
A. Jones spent Tuesday in Ashe
ville on business. '
Mrs. George J. Johnwti and
young son, Murray; left Tuesday
for Savannah Beach, where they
expect to spend a week.
William Hurst and family spent
the past week-end 1 with Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Hurst at Ridgecrest, on
their return to their home in Mon
tana, after a visit of several weeks
with relatives and friends in and
Miss Dixie Nell Hudson, of New
York City, spent her vacation with
her aunt, Mrs. Earl Hurst at Ridge
crest, and while on her vacation
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Hudson, and her aunt, Mrs.
John S. Trotter, in Franklin. She
returned to New York on Monday
of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Johnston
and children, of Tampa, Fla., are
spending several days here with
Mr. Johnston's mother, Mrs. Fred
S. Johnston, Sr., and sister, Mrs.
Guy L. Houk.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hurst and
daughter, of Detroit, Mich., are
spending a week with Mrs. Hurst's
sisters, Mrs. Jud Hurst, and Mrs.
John Ray, at their homes at West's
Mrs. J. V. Toomer, and son, Ar
thur, of Gainesville, Ga., spent
the week-end here with the for
mer's sister, Mrs. T. J. Johnston,
Sr., at her home on Harrison ave
nue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer and
two sons and Richard Penland, of
Akron, Ohio, arrived Saturday for
a week's visit with Mrs. Palmer's
mother, Mrs. Charlie Jacobs, at her
home on Bonny Crest.
Mr. and Mrs. Carey L. Rickman,
of Gastonia, spent the week-end
with Mr. Hickman's mother, Mrs.
M. L. Rickman, at her home at
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to acknowledge with
grateful appreciation the many
thutightful kindnesses shown to me
at the death of mjiusband. For
the many expressioniKpf sympathy
and condolence, for the floral of
ferings, for the loving services of
the many friends rendered in the
home and at the funeral, I am
indeed grateful. God, through you,
has brought comfort to me. May
He bless each of you.
"I have been through the valley of
The valley of sorrow and pain ;
But the "God of all comfort" was
At hand to uphold and sustain."
Mrs. Edd Kerr.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our appre
ciation and thanks for the kindness
and sympathy shown during our
bereavement, also for the beauti
ful floral offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mincey
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