THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, IMS THE FRANKLIN PRESS ad THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN PAGE THREE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES and COMINGS AND GOINGS JENNINGS-SHOOK Miss Mae Jennings and Mr. Troy Shook Were quietly married in Clayton, Ga., cm Saturday, Oc tober 12. Mrs. Shook is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jennings, of Franklin, and Mr. Shook is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Shook, also of Franklin. The bride was attired in navy blue crepe with matching acces sories. Her shoulder bouquet was of pink and white geraniums. The couple was accompanied to Clayton by Miss Edna Angel, a cousin of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Horn and small son, Ed win, and Plenny Dowdle. Mr. and Mrs. Shook are making their home for the present with the groom's parents. CORPENING-WEST Miss Katherine Corpening and Ralph R. West were quietly mar ried in Clayton, Ga., on Tuesday, September 24. Mrs. West is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Corpening, of Cartoogechaye. She was a student of the Asheville high school. Mr. West is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. West, of Iotla. He is a graduate of the Franklin high school and is now employed in the Atlantic and Pacific Tea company's Franklin store. Mr. and Mrs. West are now making their home with the groom's parents on Iotla. 4 WOMEN'S CLUBS TO MEET IN CANTON Women's Clubs of the first dis trict will meet on Monday, Novem ber 4, in Canton with the Canton Woman's Club entertaining. The meeting will be held in the South ern Methodist church at 10 a. m. Members of the Franklin Garden club able to attend are requested to notify Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr., as reservations for lunch will have to be made. Mrs. Angel expressed the hope that the Franklin Garden club would be well represented at the Canton meeting. On account of the district meet ing in Canton, the regular monthly meeting of the Garden Club has been postponed until the second Monday in November. MRS. RIMMER ENTERTAINS GARDEN CLUB Mrs. R. M. Rimmer was hostess at her home on West Main street to the Franklin Garden club on Monday, October 7. Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr., club president, presided. After a business session at which reports from various committees were read, Mrs. Gus Leach made a talk on "Late Autumn Bulb Planting." Mrs. Rimmer gave an interesting talk on "The Care of Perennials." The hostess served delicious sandwiches and coffee. MRS. CHILDERS ENTERTAINS AT QUILTING BEE Mrs. Alice Childers entertained with an all-day quilting bee at her home near the Cozad Roller Mill on Thursday of the past week. About 30 guests enjoyed the hos pitality of Mrs. Childers. Four lovely quilts were made, one of which was presented to the Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Burns, for the Baptist parsonage, by the ladies of the Woman's Missionary Society. U. D. C. TO HOLD PICNIC NEXT WEDNESDAY The Macon county chapter of the United Daughters of the Con federacy will hold their annual all-day picnic on Wednesday, Oc tober 23, at Miss Amy Harrison's camp near Arrowwood park. All members are urged to attend. J. C. Horsley and family have taken an apartment in the McCoy apartments, formerly the Peek Ho tel. I Miss Mary Teague, who is tak ing a beauty culture course in At lanta, Ga, is spending this week visiting her mother, Mrs. C. W. Teague, at her home at Prentiss, and her sister, Mrs, Lester Hen derson, at her home on Harrison avenue. Miss Alba Peek has returned to her home here after a week's vis it with friends in Statesville. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Hoyt left Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga., for a visit with friends, Mrs. A. B. Slagle and mother, FOR FALL and WINTER We Are Now Ready to Clothe the Whole Family for the Winter At Extremely Low Prices Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. Men's and Boys' Pants, Hats and Caps. Sweaters, Overalls; Shirts. Men's and Boys' Union Suits. Ladies' and Children's Silk and Cotton Dresses, Sweaters, Hats Silk and Cotton Hose. Dress Goods, Prints, Piques, English Broadcloth, Outing, Play Cloth, Riverside Cheviot, Mattress Ticking, Sheeting, BJank ets. Everything absolutely new. There are hundreds of items in our store priced far below the usual selling figures. Come in and see for yourself. MOSES BLUMENTHAL FRANKLIN, N. C. Mrs. Hattie Moore, spent the first of this week in Hayesville visiting relatives and friends. Miss Margaret McGuire will at tend a conference of music teach ers at North Carolina University for Women at Greensboro, Friday and Saturday of this week. Miss Dorothy Lyle, who has been spending several weeks visiting her grandmother, Mrs. 5. H. Lyle, br., at her home on Harrison avenue, returned to her home in Atlanta, Ga., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rice left Monday for Spruce Pine., where they will make their home. Mrs. Burton Boesser, of Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. Ed M. Davis, of Winston-Salem, are spending sev eral days visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cunning ham, at their home on Franklin route 1. Miss Virginia THley, who is at tending Western Carolina Teachr ers College, at Cullowhee, spent the week-end here with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Tilley. Mrs. Lawrence Potts has return ed to her home in East Franklin after spending ten days in Angel Hospital following an operation. Miss Mae McDowell, of Clayton, Ga., and Mrs. Florence Hampton, of Brjrson City, spent the latter part of the past week as the guests of Miss Lily Rankin at her home on Riverview street. R. E. Hurst ,of Ridgecrest, visit ed his sister, Mrs. Robert Hyatt, at her home on Franklin Route 3, the first part of this week. Miss Nora Leach, who is teach ing school at Aquone, spent the week-end at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Valentine returned to their home here last week after a visit in the eastern cart of the state. E. E. Syoher and family have moved from the Hudson apartment on Iotla street to the Episcopal rec tory recently vacated by the Rev. Frank Bloxham and family. Mrs. Rov Cunningham and Mrs. R. M. Rimmer spent Wednesday of this week in Asheville. Miss Harriette Kinnebrew, of At lanta. Ga.. is sDending several days here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mis. A. L. McLean, ot West's Mill, were here Saturday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. J. b. Womack ana son, Ralph, went to Gordon, Ga., Saturday to attend the funeral ot W. K. Goodwin, a nephew of Mr. Womack's. They returned to their home Monday. D. G. Stewart has returned to his home here after spending sev eral days in Rocky Mount visiting his mother. Mrs. W. W. Sloan, who is spend ing the winter in Rutherfordton, was here for the week-end at her home, "Sunnyside Farm." Mrs. John Mumpower returned to her home in Morristown, Tenn., Monday after spending several weeks visiting her brother, Charlie West. Mr and Mrs. Carl Sorrells, of West's Mill, were here Saturday shopping. Mrs. Lassie Kelly Cunningham, who has been in Angel Hospital for the past two weeks for treat ment of a sinus disorder, was re ported Wednesday to be doing nicely. Miss Katherine Wilson spent the week-end in Atlanta. Mrs. Lovd Hammond left Mon day for her home in Ontario, Calif., after a two-months visit with her parents Mr and Mrs. J. M. Oliver at their home on route 2. She planned to visit in Ten nessee and Kentucky enroute to California. Mrs. R. L. Fulbright, of Lake Junaluska, spent the week-end with her father, W. P. Deal, on route 4. Mrs. J. W. Cantey Johnson left Sunday night for Lexington, Ky., to attend a synodical meeting of the Protestant Episcopal church of the Province of Sewannee. The Woman's Auxiliary of the synod will meet at the same time. Mrs. Johnson is expected to return Fri day or Saturday of this week. , Lands Only to Lay Eggs The Fulmar, a large, petrel-like seabird, resembling the common gull, found in both hemispheres and called by Darwin the most nu merous bird in the world, never comes to land except to deposit its single white egg. Births Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Edwards announce the birth of a son, Fred erick Darrell, at Angel Hospital on Thursday, October 11. Home of "White Indians" When, at last, "white Indians" were found, their home was in Darien, part of the republic of Panama. t KfAFTER SMOKINGlff FROM YEARS OF j EgSffff Ill A CAMEL, I GET EXPERIENCE, I KNOW II IPI Hgffl A FEELING OF II THAT SMOKING A HT MB JBWWB NEW ENERGY AND II CAMEL GIVES MY W S Wm MSM WELL-BEING. AND II ENERGY A XlFT.' mmtWMSS WhmimF CAMELS NEVER I AND CAMELS NEVER I 4 JM-SH mm Mtire my taste interfere with Immm&mM ROSCOE TURNER Speed Flyer PHYSICAL INSTRUCTOR Charles Adams CAMCLS COSTLIER TOBACCOS Objects of The Building & Loan Association For the Prospective Home Owner: "THE amortized loan offers the prospective home owner the opportunity to get out of debt when he borrows for the purchase of a home, where the straight mortgage loan offers much less definite opportunity. Under a straight loan the borrower must solve this problem of repayment for himself and build up a fund else where. The Retirement Fund Plan of a build ing and loan mortgage cares for that problem automatically. For the Savings Member: TTHE outstanding advantage of the building and loan association for the savings member is SAFETY. Thirteen years of operation with out sustaining a loss, bears us out in this. The flexibility which permits a savings mem ber to put his funds away to draw interest at six per cent, or withdray them without diffi culty, is also an added advantage of the associa tion. For the Community: DROBABLY no institutions do more for the development of community spirit than these which aid our people toward better housing. The old French maxim "A man will fight for his home but not for his boarding house" is an eternal truth. If this is true for the nation as a whole, it is equally true for the individual com munity that desires to have the cooperation of all its people in its community activities. WE ARE ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE TO GIVE YOU ANY INFORMATION YOU MAY DE SIRE, PERTAINING TO YOUR PARTICULAR NEEDS. Macon County Building & Loan Association Room No. 12 The Bank of Franklin Building FRANKLIN, N. C.
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