THURSDAY, FEB. , 113? THE FRANffLlN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIANf PAGE THREE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES v , .. ... ,., """r" and COMINGS AND GOINGS WIGGINSXARPENTER A wedding that, has created .un usual interest 'throughout-Macon county was that of Miss Lydia Wiggins i to ' George Carpenter, which was solemnized Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock in the lobby of the McCoy apartments on Main street. The Rev. W. B. Underwood, pastor of the Franklin . Baptist church, performed the ceremony in the presence of more than 200 re latives" and friends from all sec tions of Macon county. - Amidst a shower of rice they received con gratulations' and good wishes from all ' present. Mrs. Carpenter is the daughter of Mrs. Sherill Wiggins, formerly of Swain county, now making their home near Otto. . The bride was attired in a dress of 'brown crepe, with brown acces sories. Mr. Carpenter, 1 son of the late Mr. and Mrs, Jack Carpenter, has been a residence of Franklin and Justice of the. Peace for more than 40 yearK and - is widely known as "Judge" by his many friends. After Thursday they will be at home to their friends at Mr. 'Car penter's home on Iotla street. MRS KNOCH HOSTESS AT BRIDGE THURSDAY On Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Herbert G. Knoch entertained with an enjoyable bridge party -at 'her home on the Georgia road "honor ing Mrs. W. R. Paddock, prior to her departure for Atlanta, Ga. An attractive arrangement of spring flowers was effectively car ried out in the living room, where Macon Theatre PROGRAM FOR WEEK Matinee Every Day at 3:30 P. M. Night Show 7 and 9 P. MV SHOWING "FROM 3:00 TO 11:00 SATURDAYS SATURDAY, MAR. 27 BOB STEELE la "THE GUN RANGER" Added Attraction POPEYE THE SAILOR In "NEVER KICK A WOMAN" Also Chapter 10, "FIGHTING MARINES" MON.-TUE . MAR. 1-2 GARY COOPER JEAN ARTHUR "THE PLAINSMAN" With JAMES ELLISON, CHARLES BICKFORD, HELEN BURGESS, PORTER HALL i : And a oast of thousands Directed by CECIL B. DeMILLE Also .: Cartoon, "PLAY SAFE" and "SPORTING QUIZ" - This great story of THE FRON TIER is being sponsored by the Junior Class of the Franklin High School. . ' . ... t V 4-kKTt V WtU, MAK, urn, WILL ROGERS In "STATE FAIR" With ... . Cavnor. Lew Avers,' Sally Eilers, Louise Dresser, Frank . Craven and Victor lory . r-r '.v. Also Selected short subjects THURSDAY, MAR. 4 JANE WITHERS In "PEPPER" With ' three tables of contract assembled. After the" games were over and the scofe was counted, it was found that Mrs. Jack O. Werner held high score and received a lovely hand-made towel. Consolation, a novelty china ash tray set, went to Mrs. Henderson Calloway, and the draw prize, a double deck set of cards, went to Mrs. W. D. Bruner. The honoree was presented with a set of shoulder bouquets. The guests ' included besides the honoree were.: Mrs. Charles Row land, Mrs. Douglas Nichols, Mrs Lyman Higdon, Mrs. Jack 0. Werner, Mrs. Richard Hertzler, Mrs. Hugh Creasman, Mrs. James Cartwright, Mrs Wasilik, Mrs. W. D. Bruner, 'Mrs. Henderson Calloway, and Mrs. Sloan Murray went to Mrr Jack 0-Vrneiv M r. W. D. Bruner won the cut prize, novelty bath salts. The. honoree was presented whh a hand--made tapestry bagIhan.Oe Guests included to enjoy the afternoon with "Mrs. Paddock were: Mrs.' James Cartwright, Mrs. Sloan Murray, Mrs; Jack 0. Werner, Mrs. Lyman Higdon, Mrs. "Herbert G. Knoch, Mrs. L. H.'Page, Mrs. John Wasilik, Mrs. -Hugh Creasman, Mrs, Dick Hertzler, Mrs. W. D. Bruner, and Mrs. Frank Henry, Jfr. Irvin S. Cobb, Slim Summerville, Dean Jagger end Muriel Robert Selected added Attractions FRIDAY, MARCH 5 "SING BABY SINQ" ', Starring .-. Alice . Faye, Adolphe Menjou, Ted Healy, Patsy Keflly, Tony Martin, Dixie Dunbar, Midhiael Whalen and Ihote ithree nit-wits, THE RITZ BROTHERS. - . , Selected short subjects '' '" " BRIDGE PARTY FOR MRS. PADDOCK WEDNESDAY Complimentary to Mrs. W. R. Paddock, who is leaving next week to make her home in Atlanta, Mrs. Charles Rowland gave a most de lightful bridge party at her home in the Orlando apartments on Wed nesday afternoon with three tables in play. After a delicious salad course, prizes were awarded to the follow ing: high score, a linen hand-made towel, i to Mrs. Lyman Higdon; consolation prize, a potted plant, MRS. WASILIK AND MRS. NICHOLS ENTERTAIN FRIDAY Ending a series of parties, honor ing Mrs. W. R. Paddock was the 'bridge party given Friday afternoon by Mrs. John Wasilik, "Jr?, and Mrs. Douglas Nichols, Jr., as jomt hostesses at the home of the" form er in "the Orlando apartments on Harrison avenue with" three tables? in play. . s v N Mrs. Hugh Creasman was winner of the high " score prize;-" a lovely luncheon set and Mrs. Dick'Hertz ler drew the cut - prize, a box' or bath powder. A lovely, cookie jar was presented Mrs. Paddock as a farewell gift. Eujoying' the afternoon with the honoree were:- Mrs. James Cart wright, Mrs. Sloan Murray, Mrs. L. H. Page, Mrs. Lyman Higdon, Mrs1. Henderson Calloway, Mrs. W. D. Bruner, Mrs. Charles Rowland, Mrs. Creasman, Mrs., Dick Hertzler, Mrs. Jack O. Werner and Mrs. Herbert G. Knoch. FOREST SERVICE PERSONNEL ENTERTAIN FOR MR. AND MRS. PADDOCK 'Approximately 60 of the person nel of the Nantahala -national for est service entertained at an in formal supper and dance at the American Legion hall on last Fri day night, honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Paddock, who are leaving this week to make their home in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Taddock, who has, served the Nantahala national forest service as supervisor, . for the past 10 months, is being promoted into re gional headquarters. Fred Weisse served as toast master, introducing the various speakers for the . evening. Among those giving short talks, compli mentary to Mr. Paddock and wish ing him mcceis In hji new fMd el work were: Herbert G. Knoch, as sistant supervisor; Jack O. Werner, executive assistant, and Thad Smith, engineer of the road department of the forest service. Mr. and Mrs Paddock responded most graciously with short talks. After a most( delicious supper dancing ' was enjoyed. Thomas Porter, Jr., delighted the crowd with his piano selections. Also tap dancing by Gilmer Crawford and his young daughter, Inez, was an other feature of the evening. Harold T. Sloan has been con fined to his room for the past two (Continued on Page Five) PATTON, oihwell $ I fire-fighter, says: "I smoke 11 1 "PAT" PATTON, oil-well fire-fighter, says: "I smoke Camels mighty often. They sei me ngnc ies, ameis are better for steady smoking. CHAMPION PISTOL SHOT, Miss Arlayne Brown, says: "I'll say Camels don't get on my nerves. And I smoke them 'for digestion's sake at mealtimes." Z((m (Sixmmso 1 nip mm mmmm Deliveries of new Chevrolets are now being made In ever-Increasing numbers. 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