North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1135
THE FRANKLIN PRESS ami THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
PAGE NINE
I
Highlands
EDITED BY MRS.
MISS LOUISE TALLENT
WEDS W. G. CULBERTSON
HIGHLANDS, Oct. 16. Miss
Louise Tallent and Mr. William
Grady Gulbertson were married in
the Highland's Presbyterian church
at 7 o'clock Sunday morning, Oc
tober 13. The Rev. C. R. Mc
Carty, pastor the church, of
ficiated. The church was beauti
fully decorated with evergreens
and autumn leaves.
Before the marriage vows were
taken, Guy Paul, Jr., sang "I Love
You Truly." Mrs. 0. F. Summer
played the Wedding March from
Lohengrin as the processional and
during the ceremony softly ren
dered "Meditation." Mendelssohn's
Recessional was played as the bride
and groom left the altar.
Mrs. Culbertson, who is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Tallent, of Franklin, wore a dark
brown wedding and going away
suit, and carried a corsage of ros
es. Mr. Culbertson is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Spencer, of
Highlands.
Immediately after the ceremony
the young couple left for a trip
through the southwest, and expeet
to visit a few days with relatives
in Texas before returning to High
lands. They will be at home here
at AGMar after about two weeks.
MUNGER-SPENCER
Mr. Sam Munger, son of Mr.
R. H. Munger of Highlands, and
Miss Anna Fitzgerald, of Ware
Shoals, S. C, sister of Mrs. A.
G. Spencer and Mrs. D. W. Wiley,
of "Highlands, were married in
Clayton, Ga., Thursday, October 10,
at 5 p. m. The ceremony was per
formed by a justice of peace in
Clayton. The marriage was at
tended by Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Spencer, Mrs. D. W. Wiley and
AUCTION
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Saturday, Oct.
The property of Will Berry, consisting of 67 acres divided in
Residence lots and small tracts, located inside the city limits of
Franklin on the Franklin-Sylva highway, known as the Young
property. We feel that this is some of the best property in
Franklin and every parcel put up will be sold.
TERMS-1-3 Cash, Balance 1, 2, 3 years Band Concert
Ladies invited.
Real Estate is the safest property, the only property that is
permanent and that its owner really controls. What are the great
fortunes that have lasted, and why have they lasted through 125
years? They are the fortunes of such New York families as the
Astors and Gerrys. They have lasted because their ancestors
bought Real Estate. Fortunes in Stocks and Bonds may come
and go, the value of a business may be in the brain of the owner
and may die with him, when you own land, the value is the Real
Estate, death cannot destroy. When you own stock, you depend
on the intelligence of a board of directors, when you own Real
Estate you can control. The first Real Estate investment should
be the purchase of a home, enabling the owner to say, this piece
of earth is niine; buy and pay for a home first. After that when
asked what is the best, safest, long time investment? You may
answer Real Estate. It cannot be watered, it cannot be stolen,
it cannot be cut into by hard times. Any change in its value is
merely passing; the tendency is always upward! If you are a
home owner and not interested, help us stop your neighbor or
friend from paying rent.
Moon Auction Company
Selling Agents
' GAINESVILLE, GA.
Highlights
T. C. HARBISON
Mrs. Mac Fulton, of Highlands,
the latter being a sister of the
groom.
Mr. and Mrs. Munger are at
present visiting relatives in High
lands. W. M. S. ELECTS OFFICERS
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the Highlands Baptist church
held its regular monthly meeting
October 3 and elected the follow
ing officers for the coming year:
Mrs. Dave Wiley, president;
Mrs. Roger Smith, vice president;
Miss Nannie Rogers, secretary and
treasurer; Mrs. Phoebe Crisp, Mrs.
Marvin Baty, and Mrs. Ed Rogers,
personal service committee; Mrs.
O. F. Summer, corresponding sec
retary. MISSIONARY HEARD
Mrs. Stevens, a returned mission
ary from China, recently address
ed the congregation of the High
lands Baptist church, telling of
the work of the church among the
Chinese. Mrs. Stevens spent 30
years in China. .
Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus H. Sharp,
of Orlando, Fla., are spending
their vacation with Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Root at their home here.
Miss Sara Gilder, Mrs. Frank
Cook, Mrs. W. H. Cobb and Mrs.
W. N. Jefferies spent a couple of
days in Atlanta this week.
Mrs. Cheshire Nash, who occu
pied Mrs. Lamb's cottage here for
several weeks, has returned to her
home in Savannah.
Mrs. Jennie C. Krieger, of At
lanta, was recently visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zo
ellner, and other relatives here.
The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Blox
ham have moved from Franklin to
Highlands, where they are occu-
At 10 A.
pying Miss Charlotte B. Elliott's
cottage on Satulah Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sharp, of
Atlanta, Ga., were in Highlands
last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Raynor, who have
occupied the Ruggles house at
Whiteside View for several months,
returned to their home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Rainwater
and Miss Martha Edmondson re
turned to Atlanta Wednesday after
spending several months at the
Hager house.
T. G. Harbison expects to re
turn to the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill sometime
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Floyd,
of Atlanta, are at their home here
this week.
Miss Louise Hunter ,of Pendle
ton, S. C, was recently visiting
Mrs. W. S. Davis at her home
here.
Miss Margaret Harry, formerly
of Highlands, attended the funeral
of J. Q. Piersotn here Sunday.
Gneiss
The Pine Grove school is closed
at present as a result of the
whooping cough epidemic.
Mr. Monteith, of Bryson City,
has a number of men employed in
this section making roads and cut
ting and getting out stave bolts
for beer barrels.
W. A. Keener, who is at work
on the Wheeler Dam in Tennessee,
spent the week-end with home
folks. Mrs. Randolph Keener and three
sons were visiting relatives in
Franklin Sunday.
C. N. Jones was retained in the
C. C. C. Camp last week-end to
be on fire service duty.
F. E. Mashburn spent Saturday
night with his brother, H. H .Mash
burn, on Nickajack.
Abe Young, of Ellijay, is visit
ing relatives here.
Mrs. Callie Higdon, of Higdon
ville, is with her mother at pres
ent. For weeks her mother, Mrs.
Ella Jones, has been plagued with
a felon. Mrs. Kate Mincy, who
was with her mother about two
weeks, has returned to her home
on Ellijay.
Jim Page, of Haywood, also Wil
liam Page and wife, recently came
to Mr. Jones.' J. M. Keener re
turned to Haywood with them.
The host of friends of Miss
Macy Wood will be glad to know
she is recovering from a severe
illness.
Pete Moses spent the week-end
with his family. He is located in
the C. C. C. Camp at Horse Cove.
The snap beans and cabbage
crops have been a help to the
farmers in this section. A ten
ton truck of cabbages was loaded
on Ledford Branch the other day.
Frank Peek raised the crop of
cabbage on the land of C. N. Jones.
The. school children of the Wal
nut Creek school are happy over
the new basketball Miss Grace
Wilks, their teacher, got for them
to play with.
"Aunt" Ann Jones (she is in her
84th year) is still piecing quilts,
reading and smiling, though bedfast.
POLLY'S
"SELLS FOR LESS"
The Store That Gives You Quality Merchandise
At Lowest Prices
Specials For Friday and Saturday
Men's Suits Men's Dress Pants
All New Styles and Colors
$8.50 up $1.69 up
Boys' Suits Men's Overalls
$2-98 up 89cand95?
Men's Work Shoe,
$1.19, $1-49 up 39c
Men's Dress Oxfords Men's Work Pants
$1.49 up 95c
Ladies' Coats and Dresses in Distinctive Fashions
At Rock Bottom Prices
Ladies' Silk Dresses Ladies' Wash Dresses
In New Fa'-l Color and Styles, FajJ(t Colors, All Styles
All Sizes
$1.89 up 89c
Ladies' Sport Coats Ladies' Dress Coats
$4.98 up $6-95 UP
Just received a new shipment of the New Knit
Suits, very smartly styled. Also a complete line
of new Skirts and Sweaters QQc
to match "P
Ladies' Silk Slips Ladies' Dress Slippers
Lace Trimmed I Newest Styles and Colors
49c $1-49 up
i j- en it j - Ladies' Sport Oxfords
Ladies' Silk Underwear Bimm d Bik
19c $1.19, $1.39 up
Ladies' and Children's Children's Shoes
Galoshes and Oxfords
95c 89cup
36-Inch Sheeting 36-Inch Prints
41zc yarc" 10c yarc
80 x 80 Square Prints, regular lVic yard
25c value, Special
Lack of space prevents our naming all the spe
cials. Come in and see for yourself. Make
this store your stopping place.
POLLY'S
"SELLS FOR LESS"
ShookviUe
B. M. Keener, of Highlands, has
recently been visiting relatives here.
Mrs. W. H. Watson, Mr. and
Mrs. Ebner Dowell and children,
of Dayton, Ohio, and Charlie Wat
son, of Bessie, were visiting at the
home of D. M. Rogers last week.
Mrs. Howard Wardlaw and chil
dren, of Pendleton, S. C, are
spending a few days with Mrs.
Wardlaw's mother, Mrs. Clara Sti
winter. Ben Rogers made a business trip
to Franklin Monday.
Earl Wood returned to the C. C.
C. Camps at Mi, Sterling, N. C,
Sunday after spending several day
with home folks.
Miss Elina Rqberson and Candler
Bryson were quietly married in
Sylva Monday, Oct. 7.
Cities Called "Manchester"
Manchester is a manufacturing
city of England particularly of
cotton goods. Lowell, Mass., has
been called the Manchester of
America; also Ghent, of Belgium;
Osaka, of Japan; Elberfeld, of
Prussia.
    

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