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THURSDAY, NOV. IS, ItST
the Franklin press and the highlands maconian
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Stanfield
announce the marriage of their
claugnter, belle btaniiud, ot Franit
lin, to Claud Crunkleton, of High
lands, son of H. C Lrunkletou.
i The wedding was solemnized Sat
urday evening at 4 o'clock at the
avietnodist parsonage in Webster,
the Rev. G. A Hovis officiating.
Mrs. Crunkleton received her ed
ucation at Franklin and is a grad
uate of Tamassee school in South
Mr. crunkleton is now employed
in construction work in Higtilauds
where they will make their future
BY GIRL SCOUTS
As a pre-nuptial courtesy, a sur
prise party and shower was given
Friday afternoon Dy tne Uiri Scouts
and iheir motfters, complimentary
to their leader, Miss Famine row
ers, a bride-elect of 1 hanksgiving
ine party was held at the home
of Mrs. B. W. Woodrutf," on Harri
son avenue. After a much enjoyed
contest, the party went on a treas
ure htint, which led to the Girl
Scout tent. There a lovely assort
ment or handkerchiefs from the
girls and a beautitul linen luncheon
set from the mothers was found by
the honoree. The dining table was
overlaid with a lovely lace cloth,
centered with a miniature bride and
groom., White lighted tapers fur
thered the table decorations.
Punch, sandwiches, and cookies
were enjoyed by approximately 25
scouts and their mothers and the
Miss Powers will wed Hayes E.
Overcash, of Charlotte and Frank
lin in the Franklin Methodist church
on Thanksgiving day at 5 o'clock.
Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Slagle
entertained Friday evening at a
dinner party at their home on YV.est
Main street honoring Miss Powers.
Guests included members of the
"Franklin Old Maids' club." y
The house was artistically deco
rated with yellow chrysanthemums
and green floral arrangements. The
table featured green and yellow
candles and mints and was center
ed with a bride's cake with a minia
ture bride and groom. The color
scheme of green and yellow was
further carried out in the salad
After dinner each guest was ask
ed to write her favorite recipe,
while the nonoree was writing her
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resignation to be read to the club.
The recipes were presented to the
bride-to-be, and Miss Carolyn No
len, secretary of the club, read the
Later in the evening each guest
gave humorous bits of "Advice to
a Bride," while the bride-elect told
them "How to Catch a Husband."
In the midst of this, it was an
nounced that there was a special
delivery for Miss ; Powers. The
package contained a beautiful gift
to the' honoree from the club.
A delightful party of this week
was that where Miss Pauline
Powers, a toride-elect of Thanks
giving Day, was feted at a linen
shower Monday from 3 to 5 o'clock,
at the home of s Mrs. John R.
Faison, on Harrison avenue.
The house was artistically deco
rated with green floral arrange
ments. Various bridal contests were en
joyed in the early part of the
afternoon and an interesting
"Bridal Book" was originated by
A hope chest taped with a min
iature bride and groom was pre
sented to the , bride-elect. Attached
to the inside of the lid was a
map of North Carolina, with pic
tures of various cities and towns
representing happenings the guests
hoped would be enjoyed by the
couple in the future.' This chest
was filled with many dainty and
useful gifts of linen.
A salad course was served by
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. B.
W. Woodruff and Miss Carolyn
The guest's list included: Mrs. T.
J. Johnston, Mrs. J. C Barrington,
Mrsr A. B. Slagle, Mrs. W. D.
Bruner, Mrs. Eloise G. Franks,
Mrs. George A Jones, Mrs. M. D.
Billings, Mrs. Gilmer A. Jones,
Mrs. H. O. Cozad, Mrs. Jesse
Shope, Mrs. R. D. Carson, Mrs.
J. W. C. Johnson, Mrs. H. A
Wilhide, Mrs. Paul West, Mrs. B.
W. Woodruff, Mrs. Lester S. Con
ley, Mrs. J. Lamb Johnston and
Mrs. Frank Nolen, Miss Margaret
Cozad, Miss Elizabeth Slagle, Miss
Olivia Patton, Miss Rosalind Bul
gin. Miss Ruth Slagle and Miss
J. B. Case has returned from
Washington, D. C, where he spent
a few days on business.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Rice have
returned to their home in Johnson
City, Tenn., after being here with
their daughter, Martha, who undei-
went an operation at Angel hos
pital for the removal of her ap
Prof, and Mrs. Hall Swain and
daughter, Betty Ann, arrived here
Wednesday from Greenville, S. C,
to spend the Thanksgiving holidays
with Mrs. Swain's mother,, Mrs.
W. W. Sloan, at "Sunnyside Farm."
' Miss Amy Harrison is spending
several days in Asheville, the guest
of Mrs. James Freeman.
Manson Stiles, who is working
in Lawrenceville, Ga.f spent the
week-end here with his wife at
their home on Bidwell street.
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Rimmer left
Sunday for Mebane, for a visit
with Dr. Rimmer' s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Rimmer. "
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tysinger, Jr.,
and young son, Bobby, returned to
tehir home here Sunday, aftei
spending a week in Lexington
with Mr. Ty singer's mother, Mrs.
Anne Tysinger. k
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Danielson
and two young daughters, of Rain
bow Springs, left Aionday morn
ing for Grumdy, Va., where they
will make their home.
Miss Nora Leach, who is teach
ing school at Nantahala Station,
spent the week-end here with home
Mrs. E. K. Cunningham return
ed to her home here Sunday from
New Orleans, La., where she spent
the past two weeks with her
brother, John Fulmer and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Matlock, of
Winston-Salem, came in to see
Mr. Matlock's father, J. B. Mat
lock, who is a . patient in Angel
hospital, and are spending this
week with Mrs. Matlock's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morrison, at
their home at West's Mill..
Miss Mary Elmore, who is
teaching school at Aquone, ' and
her brother, William, who is teach
ing at Proctor, in Swain county,
spent the ' week-end with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. El
more . at their home at West's
Mrs. Roy Whisinet, of Hickory,
spent the latter part of the past
week at Rainbow Springs with hei
parents, Mr. "and Mrs. John Sneed.
Mrs. G. G. Watkins underwent
an operation for the removal of
her appendix at Angel hospital
Tuesday morning. Her condition
was reported to be very satisfac
tory. Ora, John, Jay and Perry Mat
lock have returned to their homes
in Atlanta and Marietta, Ga., aftei
being here for a visit with their
lather, J. B. Matlock, who is a
patient in Angel hospital. Mr. Mat
lock is reported to be improved
and well on the way to recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rickman have
moved from West's Mill to the
Harrison house on Harrison ave
nue, recently vacated by Mr. and
Mrs.. Jess Shope.
Lawrence Mallonee, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James R. Mallonee, of
Darrington, Wash., came in last
week for a two months' visit with
his sister, Mrs. Harry Thomas, and
other relatives in Macon county.
He was accompanied by Norton
Bryson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
P. Bryson, of West's Mill, who
has been spending several months
John Cunningham, who under
went an . operation for the removal
of his appendix at Angel hospital
Sunday evening, . was reported
Tuesday to "be doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Phillips and
three children have returned to
their home in Marion, after being
here for a visit with Mrs. Phillips'
father, J. B. Matlock, in Angel hos
pital and visiting her mother at
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Underwood
will leave Thursday shortly after
the Union services in' the Frank
lin Baptist church, for Rome, Ga.,
for a visit with their daughter,
Miss Dorothy Espy. They will also
visit Mrs. Underwood's father, J.
H. Sewell, in Summerville, Ga., re
turning to Franklin Saturday.
Last week The Press printed a
notice which came through ' the
mail announcing the marriage of
Miss May Hurst to Venson South
ards. We have been notified that
the announcement was erroneous,
and we gladly make the correction.
The notice was in regular form
and we saw no reason to question
the statements contained in it,
and it was printed in good faith.
N. C. Leads Southern 1
The July 28, 1937, issue of the
News Letter of the University of
North Carolina gives the following
interesting industrial facts about
North Carolina that appeared in a
publication of the North Carolina
department of conservation and de
velopment, Raleigh :
"Industrially, North Carolina leads
the South in the number of wage
earners, wages paid, and value add
ed to raw materials by manufactur
ing processes. The state , contains
the largest towel factory, overall
plant, hosiery mill, cordage and
twine mill, hand-weaving establish
ment, denim mill, . damask mill and
underwear plant in the country;
the second largest aluminum re
duction plant ; and among the larg
est pulp paper and rayon mills.
"North Carolina is first among
the states in the value of manu
factured tobacco, producing about
70 per cent of the cigarettes in the
country. The state produces more
wooden bed room and dining room
furniture than any other state and
ranks sixth in the output of all
"No state in the South possesses
a greater abundance and variety of
opportunities for industrial develop
ment. ".In 1935 North Carolina ranked
fourth in the total capacity of
hydro-electric power, being exceed
ed only by New York, California,
and Washington, and ranked ninth
in the total capacity in kilowatts,
including power produced by water,
steam, internal combustion, and by
Father Howard I V. Lane, of
Waynesville, will conduct services
for members of the Catholic faith
in Franklin as follows:
Morning Mass on the second and
fourth Sundays of each month in
the American Legion hall on Main
street, at -8 a. m.
Instructions for the children on '
the first-and. third Mondays at
4:15 p. m.
George -Wakefield and family
have gone to Washington, D. C,
after spending the past six months
at their summer home here.
Fred Conley has been confined
to his bed with flu for the past
Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Ledford,
of Jones' Creek, were visiting
latives in this section the past
Alex Southard and family have
moved to Zeb Angel's farm two
FALL AND WINTER HARDWARE
AS the colder season comes in, you'll find need .
for a variety of hardwares and housewares.
And you'll find here everything you want at
the most moderate prices.
Macon County Supply Co.
Hardware, Mill Supplies, Farm Implements
LYMAN HIGDON AND HARVE BRYANT, Mgrs.
111111:5 suuiii ui i mimiiii.
Miss Liza Siler was in this sec
tion on business last Thursday.
Mrs. Tom Southard spent the past,
week-end with her son, Lester
Southard, in Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dills have
moved to the Wakefield farm.
Jim Keith, of Newport, Tenn.
was in this community on busi
ness last week.
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