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THURSDAY, FEB 11, 1837
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Miss Rebecca Dalton and Mr.
Albert Stevens were quietly mar
ried at 3 o'clock Saturday after
noon, February 6, in Clayton, Ga.
Mrs. Stevens is the daughter of
Mr! and Mrs. .Walter. H. ' Dalton
of Leatherman and Mr. Stevens
is the son of Mrs. L. S. Stevens of
Macon, Ga. The bride is a senior
in the Franklin 'high schbpl.
Attending the wedding were Mr.
and Mrs, George Glance, Miss
Kate Shepard and Mr. John R.
The young couple plan to make
their home in Macon, Ga.
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE
- A very pretty party was that
given by Mrs. James Cartright,
when she entertained with four
tables of bridge on Tuesday.
Mrs.. John Archer was winner of
the high score prize and given a
bonbon dish; Mrs. Frank Henry,
Jr., won second high' and won a
bonbon dish; Mrs. Henderson Cal
loway cut consolation and was
given a guest towel; Mrs. Mar
garet Bryant won low -prize and
was given a ticket fo a shampoo
and finger wave; Mrs. Ellen Mad
den, of Harrisburg, Pa., house
guest of Mrs. Dick Hertzler, was
given a box of Yardley's soap, as
A delicious sweet course with
coffee was served at the conclu
sion of the playing.-
Those enjoying the occasion
were Mrs.' W. J). Br.uner, ''Mrs
Jimmie Sutton, Mrs. James Brook
shire, Mrs. Lyman Higdon, Mrs
Sloan Murray, Mrs. W. R. Pad
dock, Mrs. Charles Rowland, Mrs
Hugh Creasman, Mrs. Dick Hertz
ler, Mrs. Henderson Calloway,' Mrs
Margaret Bryant, Miss Ellen Mad
den, Mrs. John.-.Archer, Mrs
Douglas Nichols, Mrs. L. H. Page
and ;Mrs. Frank. Henry, Jr.
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
Matinee Every Day at 3:30 P. M.
Night Slwyws 7 and 9 P. M.
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
-SAT., FEB. ,13
" "ROARING LEAD"
' ! v, ;V ' 'With " ' ,
ROBERT LIVINGSTON, R AY
CORRIGAN and MAX TERHUNE
The Three ' Mesquiteers swinging
Chapter 8 of . "Fighting Marine"
' and movelty "Screen Test"
, MON.-TUES., FEB. 15-16
LORETTA YOUNG, DON
AMECHE and KENT TAYLOR
A Cast of Hundreds -
, .'Also .
"PARKED IN PAREE" and
Cartoon "GRAMPVS OUTING"
WEDNESDAY ONLY, F,EB. 17
GARY COOPER and ,
- ' In
"THE GENERAL DIED
' AT DAWN" i
AKIM TAMIROFF, DUDLEY-
Ct W1L1-1AIVI f KAWLL I
Cartoon; . Philippine 'Fantasy and
THUR.-FRU FEB. 18-19
rni i rrr uni inxv"
, Jack Benny, George Burns, Gracie
Allen, Mary Boland, Martha Raye,
Ben Blue and Eleanora Whitney
a ..i rTr Am niti irATTtni
V r MUSICAL HIT
Also three good short subjects
"Farmer AlfaiVs Health Farm,"
l "Popular Science" iand
Mrs. Luke Clark came . over
from Canton Saturday for a visit
with her sister, Mrs. H. T. Moz
eley, at her home an Bonny Crest.
Mrs. George Ramey,. who has
bee.n critically ill at her home on
Bonny Crest, was reported Wed
nesday morning to be slowly im
proving. Mrs. A. J. Ritchie,, of Rabun
Gap, Ga., was here one day the
past week shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Monteith
are spending several days visiting
relatives and friends in Sylva.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morrison re
turned to their home at West's Mill
Friday, after spending several
weeks in Winston-Salem with
their son, LeRoy Morrison and
daughter, Mrs. Charles Matlock.
Mrs. O. F. Summer and young
daughter, Mary Frances, who have
been with Mrs. Summer's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George .Dalrymple
for the past two weeks; went to
their home in Highlands Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bryson and
Dover Bryson left Thursday morn
ing for their home in Detroit,
Mich., after spending two we'eks
with their parents, Robert T.Bry
son and Mrs. Bryson and Robert
Sheffield, at their homes at West's
Mrs. Joe Palmer spent' Monday
on Ellijay visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. Margaret Henry,
who is seriotlsly ill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pattrick, of
Waynesville, spent Saturday here
visiting relatives and friends.'
. J. C Robinson' underwent a
minor operation at Angel hospital
Miss Thelma Waldroop, who is
working at Enlfa, is spending this
week with her Jmother,, Mrs. Gqldie
Waldroop, at per home on Frank
lin Route 1.
Mrs. tCc C.,' McCall has . rejur.ned
to Her homfe in Asheville, after
spending thef past week here with
her mother, Mrs. Frank Curtis.
Miss Grace McGaha, who is
working witji the county agent at
Robbinsonville, spent the week-end
with her narents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred McGaha, at their home at
Walker jCamp, Bill Greene and
Paul Waldroop left Saturday for
Detroit, Mich., where they went
to find wrk.
Mrs. Sallie Penland, who has
been confined to her bed for the
past week 6rv account of sickness,
was, reported to be slightly im
proved Wednesday. - ..
' Mrs. Oliie ; E. , Lawrence, was
called, to her 'home in Schuyler,
Va., Monday''. on account of the
death of her uncle. , .' . .
Mrs. Martin F.' Janes", of Bonny
Crest. . is spending this week on
Ellijay with her mother, . Mrs.
Margaret Henry, who has lntlu-
enza. Mrs. Henry, who has not
been well for- several months, is
96 years old. ;
- MisS Ellen Madden has return
ed to her home in Harrisburg, Pa.;
after spending several days here,
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Gardner, of
Andrews, spent the week-end with
relatives and friends on Franklir
Mrs, Myra Ellard has returned tfo
Atlanta, GaV where she is takirg
a course in beauty culture, afttr
spending several .days here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ja:k
Stribling. . '
m m i m 1 A m t I
Dewey bweatman, dt Asneviwe,
spent last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Sweatman, (at
their home on Cartoogechaye.
Frank Hill has returned to ns
home at Highlands, after spending
three weeks with his daughters,
Mrs. Willet P. Sloan, in Birming
ham. "Ala., and MrsrJ. J. Norris,
at her home in Atlanta, Ga." i
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shephefd
have, moved from the M.undhy
. T . ' i
house on narnson avenue, o
Canton, where they plan on mak
ing tH'eir home in the future. ' I
Ray Penland, who has 'been cotii-
ined to his room for the past wedk
"It's a Boy v
. A J" 'r"
with her mother, Mrs. Doc T.
Miss Grace Rogers, of Prentiss,
recently spent a night with her
cousin,- Miss Eugenia Duncan.
String music and songs , were en
joyed at the home of Thad Patton
last Thursday night. Everyone
seemed to have a good time.
'Columbus and Carl Vinson, of
Dillard, Ga., were in this com
munity last week on business.
Miss Allje Garland and Roe Gar
land were1 visiting relatives on
Broadway recently. . '
. Miss Stella Wilsyn has gone to
Atlanta, Ga., to spend the remaind
er of the winter and spring.
Born to Mr. apd Mrs. Jch:v
Brown, on January 29, a daughter,
Clara Ruth. ' , 1
HORN'S SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
When you don't have a wife
' Or husband to cheer,
We'll save your life ' . .
And your sole so dear.
HORN'S SHOE SHOP
Box 212 , Troy F. Horn
LONDON, Eng. ... . Mu Swai, of
the Burma tribe whose women
iwear huge rlnga . around their
pecks, is shown above with her
'newly arrived seven-pound son, at
a hospital here. "Thank goodness
he's a boy," says Mu Swai, "no
neck rings for him."
ALL-DAY SINGING .
On Sunday, February 14, . an all
day singing is to be held -at Pat
ton's Chapel. Bring your lunch, for
dinner will be served on the
grounds. Everyone is cordially in
vited to attend.
Jff kfm WORLD OF COMFORT, I
f V X J M W5th'8J, " around the worid I
Avv y fcjvw. 4 recently w . M
4i . , meal9 anywhere, C
ICX II "I snatched ?p0UyKil-
U- i ate,a7-Fo6; dgestion's sake
F 1 smokeFCanfels' meant a 1
I J J $U STORE MANAGER,
I f s.Mk 11 J' Herbert, says:
lAJ&LJt jLdi "Smoking Camels l
01 at mealtime and ft4? 1
after I've eaten 1
M promotes good di- s 4
M gestion." Camels 1 1
IFj are tasty and mild. M
" 1 ,lnl .lfw:.:.-'.v.-.vv im)m v0MJ
Mrs. O'Neil conducted the meet
In of for thp rnmmiinitv rlul. Tiips-
o -1 j " -
day of lastveek. We welcome her
always tnd enjoy the programs
under her supervision. We also ap
preciate Mrs. Ed. Scroggs allow
ing us the use of her home for
WEATHER HARD ON MEAT
Lots of people in this community
have complained recently that the
unseasonably warm . weather is
.causing their meat to' spoil.
Mrs. Andrew Angel, of New
Bern, N. C, recently spent a few
days in the Valley, visiting rela
tives and friends.
Miss Louise Siler, Mrs. Leona P.
Duncan and Challie Dills motored
to Murphy and Andrews a few days
ago. While there, they visited Miss
Siler's sister, Mrs. Girlie Phillips.
Arnold Rogers has moved to Will
Mrs. Luke Howell is ill and in
Angel " hospital. We 'wish her a
Mrs. Jim Emory is also ill, and
we hope she will soon be well.
Untie John Anderson is able to
be out, again, we are glad to say.
Mrs. John L. Huggins and child
ren, Katherync, Ann and James
L., of Rabbit Creek, spent last
week-end with their mother and
grandmother, Mrs. Addie Patton.
Joseph L. Cobin, of Sylva, spent j
last week-end in Franklin.
The. Rev. Alvin Solesbee spent
one night last week with his
daughter, Mrs. Thad Patton.
Mrs. Terrell Parish, of Burning
town, spent several days last week
The sure cine to good shaves Is
a Star Single-edge Blade. Made
since 1880 by the inventors of
the original safety
razor. Keen, long-
ITV m. '
I utoLean ,
Every bit a Nelly Don from
the Tyrolean touch. in the
exclusive . print to the ex
quisite fit of its casual lines.
To wear like iron and to tub '
in the true "Soapsuds
Fashions" tradition. Typi
cally' a Nelly Don ... in its ,
low price, too. Sizes 14 to 44.
E. K. Cunningham & Co.
The Shop Of Quality
FRANKLIN, N. C.
with . influenza, is able to be
again, . . .