North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, ' JUNE 17,' 193
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THE FRANKLIN PES3 AND 'THE HIGHLANDS' MACONIAN
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
COMINGS AND GOINGS
BAIN-WELCH
Announcement has. been made of
the marriage of Miss Ahnie Laura
Bain, of Greensboro and Franklin,
to Robert Eugene Welch, of Frank
lin, which took place March 13, in
Atlanta, Ga., at the home of Mr.
and Mrs.1 William L. Causey.
The bride was becomingly attired
in a gown of the new thistle crepe
with accessories of carnelian.
Mrs. Welch is the daughter of
the late Charles W. and Sallie W.
Bain, of Greensiboro. She was grad
uated from the Greensboro high
. school and took a, - commercial
coursefor the past two -years she
has been junior typist for the Nan
tahafa national forest service. .
. Mr. Welch ; is' the son 'M- Mr.
and Mrs. T. Floyd .Welch." He is
a graduate" of ' the Ffanklin high
school. He attended the Colorado
school of mines, at Golden, Colo,,
and the tfew" Mexico school of
mints at Socorro,, NM., for one
yearVeacf?
Mr.Vand Mrs. Welch left Tues
day 'for ' Denver, Colo., a where Mr,
"Welch has; a position with an elec
tric company, f- ' . , '.- '.
MRS. CREASMAN ENTERTAINS
FRIDAY BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs.; Hugh Creasmatv entertained
the! Friday bridge club Kmiplinien
tary 'ito;- Mrs! . Herbert ;G. Knoch.
Mrs.' Sloan Murray, holding high
scojre,: was presented a box of dust-r
ing'rowder.' Mrs. James Cartwright
won the, cut prize which was a
set 'of camark ash' trays. Mrs.
Knoch was given a bottle of
L'arigan perfume.
Banana splits were i served to
the guests, who were Mr g. Knoch,
Mrs: Sloan Murray, Mrs. : James
Cartwright, Mrs. John Wasilik,
MrsTR. -V. Miles, Mrs. Truman
Moody, Mrs. h. H. Page, Mrs. Jack
O. Werner, and Mrs. Earle Rogers.
PARTY HELD TO ' .
HONOR MRS. KNOCH ... '.
Mrs. Jolitr-Wasilik, Jr.entertain
cd with' three tables of bridge
Macoa Theatre
t. Matinees begin at 3:pft
Night Show 7:30 and 9:30
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
SATURDAYS' i
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
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SATURDAY, JUNE 1$
THE THREE MESQU1TEERS In
"RIDERS OF WHIST
LING SKULLS; yf-j
Those three fighting pals In 'an
other roaring episode of the west.
Added : Dick Tracy amd Comedy
MON.-TUE., JUNE 21-22 '.
"LLOYDS OF
LONDON"
. N With .
FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW,
MADELINE CARROL, SIR GUY
STANDING, TYRONE OWER
" " and a MamiwotK Cast
Popeye in "IN THE ARMY NOW"
(Mrs. Joseph Ashear)
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WEDNESDAY ONLY, JUNE 23
"HER HUSBAND LIES"
With RICARDO CORTEZ,
l : GAIL PATRICK '
. and i& good cast
Added. Attractions;. . - - . -
Backyard Broadcast
fParam'Ount News .
; T (Mrs. Douglas Nichols) v-
THURSDAY ONLYJUNE 25
"ONE WAY PASSAGE"
Starring KAY FRANCIS,
WILLIAM POWELL
Short Subjects : .,.
Play Street; How to be a Detective
(Robert Benchley) v -,
' ; (Mrs. A. R. Higdoh) '
FRIDAY ONLY, JUNE 25
"KING OF GAMBLERS"
V With LLOYD NOLAN,
I CLAIRE TREVOR
Also: Cartoon; Ji&Hbait
(Mrs. G. W. Watkins)
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The persons whose names appear
in ;he above ( program -will -be , ad
miied by presenting ahis clipping.
Friday of last week at her home
in the. Orlando ' apartments, as a
courtesy to Mrs. H. G. Knoch,
prior to her-leaving for her new
home in Atlanta, Ga.; " ""'
Mrs. ' W. 1).. limner, was" winner
of the high score prize. Mrs. James
Cartwright ''won low score, ,prie,
while Mrs. Hugh Creasman won
the cut prize.
After the games were over, Mrs.
Knoch was presented a lovely
shower of handkerchiefs, from the
guests. '
Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank, presi
dent of St. Mary's Junior college,
Raleigh, spent the week-end; with
Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson at Trimont
Inn. " ' '
Mrs. J. A. Deal and two grand
daughters, Misses Jessica and Jean
Johnston, of Gainesville, Ga., came
up Tuesday to spend several weeks
with Mrs. 'Deal's daughter, Mrs. T.
J. Johnston, at her home on Har
rison avenue,
Bo Henry left Monday for New
Albany, Ind., where he has ac
cepted a position.
nr nd actand F?aiHhn.
is ivlaifiriichardsdni SukK
-mggf-o'lMiuflYeffdra3
Miss
Col-
,s)ending' seytt Hfyf hUi"1!
"Xliss" Katherine t'ortYrahct "6tfier '
f rieds-
'Mi
Heleri
lege, are here, for a visit witfy Mrs.
Richard son's ' '$foti,"ltrs.'' (icil i Lf
Pendergrss J ,nl Mrs. t .Hcn.ry jW.
Cabe. i , , . , , i :
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ander
son, and three children, of I'hila
delphia, Pa., arrived , here Sundaj
for a yisit with . Mr. , Anderson's
parents, , Mr. and Mrs.. H- U, And";
erson, a their home on Harrison
avenue, . ;, ' , ',' ' ,
Mrs. Hall,, Svyain and : young
daughter, of Greenville, S., C., are
spending several days here with
Mrs. .Swajri's mother, Mrs. W,, W.
Sloan, at "Sunny side Farm,": . ,
Miss Katherine Angel, who has
been attending Darland Bell school
at Hot Springs, has returned . to
her home in East Franklin to
spend, the summer with her parents,
Mr. .and Mrs. E. M,. Angel. ;
, Gus Leach, wjio has been, con
fined ta his home for the past
month, was able to be out again
this week. , ,.i ; . .
J. T. Siler, who has been working
with the forest service, in Ferriclay,
Ala., has returned, to Franklin for
a visit with Mrs.. Siler.
Misst, Virginia Tilley, of Ander
son, S. C, : is . spending this week
here, the house guest of Miss,
Elizabeth Slagle. . i
is ifi-c 1T K TIcltnn. of' Clomson.
S. ' C;. is here . to iSiieD! a- nemtli
with her parents, Mr. aijid Mrs. K.
M. licdford, at their home on lotla
street. .
Mrs. (ie.orgia Hall and (laughter,
Miss Mae Hall; limb rcUirned to
tlieir home in . Augusta, Gav after
spending the week-end" with' their
daughter and sister, Mrs. C. S.
Brown, at the Scott Griffin hotel.
.Mr. and. Mrs. Robert T. Bryson,
of West's Mill, are spending this
vyeck.in 'Detroit, Mich., .with their
son, Terrell, and Mrs. Bryson. On
their return they will be accom
panied by their (laughter, Mattie
I'earl Bryson, who has been in
school in 1 )etroit.
John W. Edwards, United' States
deputy . marshal, of Asheville, spent
the week-end here with his family.
Judge and Mrs. John Awtry, of
Ae.worth, (ia., came up lat week
to spend the summer with Mrs.
Sam L. Rogers, at Rogers Hall.
M. A. Sanders returned to his
home here last week, after a visit
with his son, Edwin Sanders, and
his daughter, Mrs. Elsie Rakes, at
their home in Draper.
Jack Carpenter, a student -nt
Western Carolina Teachers college
at! Cullowiiee, has returned to his
hoVne'in Franklin to spend the
.siunmer with his parents,- Mr. and
Mrs. E. 'J. Carpenterj,
iliobbie Ray spent last week in
Canton . visiting , his ,aunt, Mrs. C.
C.1 Poindexter. .
;AI rs. William Wise, of . Wash- '
uigtWi, jL)j C. -spent U$ jv here .'.
willr iier husband at the Leach
home. Mr. (Wise is with the Nan-
tahala national forest service here.
Mrs. J.ogan Allen and, children,
M.rii.-'..JvUie. .Watson, o knoxvillc,
Tenn., and Bo Henry spent the
week-end in Greenville, S. C. with
friends. '
Mrs. Estelle Mann, of. Canton, ,
spent' last week- on lotla. 1 '
Mrs. L. T. Sioan is spending a
week in Ashdville visiting relatives:
J. B. Case has purchased" a lot
(in Bidwell street and is preparing
to erect a five-room cottage of
tile and stucco of the Spanish type.
Also a five-room garage, apartment1
of the same style and material
will be built adjoining the cottage.
James E. Calloway, who lias
been with the Marines in Panama,
is at home on a three months'
furlough, and is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Calloway.
Miss Virginia Smith is spending;'
her vacation with her father and
mother at their home on Bidwell
street. .
Miss Jessie Hurst has returend
to her home on Cartoogcchaye for
the summer after attending school
at North Carolina State College
for Women' at Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Curtis, of
Atlanta, Ga., visited Mr. Curtis'
parents, Mr. and Mrs W. F. Curtis',
last. week.
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