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THURSDAY, JANUARY t, US)
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND TUB HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CON LEV, PHONE 104
I . !4. a. iL-
beautiiul wedding Thursday, De -
- y. .tw '"'V".Ji .
cemuer 30, at noon at the franklin
Methodist church, when Miss Mab
el Parker became the bride of
Thomas W. Porter, Jr., in the pres
ence of a large number of' friends
and relatives, i he Rev, J. Aber-
nethy, pastor of the church, offi
ciating, using the impressive ring
The church was effectively deco
rated in evergreens with quantities
of trailing ivy, hemlock, and holly
forming a background behind the
altar. Centering the grouping were
four seven-branched cathedral can
delabra holding white burning tap
ers. The altar was mounted with
poinsettias with burning tapers on
each side. The windows were bank
ed with evergreens and also held
white lighted tapers.
Have Musical Program
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Gil
mer A. Jones' played Schubert's
"Serenade," after which the wed
ding hymn, "O Perfect Love" was
played as a violin " solo by Mrs.
Blackburn W. Johnson, of Ashe
ville. The Bridal Chorus front
Lohengrin was used as the proces
, sioroal and during, the ceremony.
To a Wild Rose,'. by MacDowell,
was played. Mendelssohn's Wedding
March was used as the recessional.
The - ushers were R. S. Jones,
Emory Hunnicutt and. Richard
Slagle, of Franklin, and Sam Green
wood, of Gainesville, Ga.
The bride entered with her fath
er, O. W. Parker, of Wrightsville
Ga., by whom she was given in
marriage. They were met at the
altar by the bridegroom and his
best man, J. Roane Bradley, of
Franklin. The 'bride was becom
ingly attired . in a two-piece cos
tume suit of imported ostrich cloth
in oxford gray with a badger col-
Matinees 3:3(1 f. M.
Evening Shows 7:00 P. M.
SHOWING FROM 1:30 lO
11 P. M. SATURDAYS
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
SATURADY, JAN. 8
JOHNNY MACK bKOWN IN
Great Mystery ( Man Hunt
Added: Comedy, "FRESH IES"
and Chapter 4 "ZORRO RIDES
MON.-TUES., JAN. 10-11
PAUL MUNI IN
"THE LIFE OF
His life was a battle for truth. His
love was for all humanity. His
story; is for all time the screen's
most magnificent achievement.
Also: Disney's "BROKEN TOYS"
and MOVIETONE NEWS,
WED., JAN. 12
"CHARLIE CHAN ON
Witt. WARNER OLAND
Death strikes twice in Manhattan's
gayest spots. 11 .
Aidded: : ' -; ' -"
"RHYTHM ON RAMPAGE" mad
Special! 1c Admiiion Two People
Admitted for the Price, tof One,
Plus One Cent
THURSDAY, JAN. 13
With PATRiIC KNOWLES and
AIo: "MORNING JUDGE" and
FRIDAY, JAN. 14
PAT O'BRIEN, HENRY FONDA,
STUART ERWIN IN
Electric thills ! Dramatic Love f:
Also: "FLORAL JAPAN" and
; "SPORTS ON ICE"
If you want our weekly program
mmiIaI a'V rs-v a-vl AID A ' 1 A nil A MBMIA.
Iliaucu juu, ricaav aavt uaui
at Box Office.
lai'. The hand-made blouse which
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out VYUJt W41 V1 WllllC i ltllV.Il
!. batiste and her of f-the-f ace hat j
was of black grosgrain ribbon with
a short veil. Her shoulder bouquet
was of talisman roses.
Luncheon Follows Ceremony
J, Immediately following' the cere
il a I' , -a' Iaincr ' u ine
? ?u eetamred a lu"chen
at the Kelly Tea Room for the
wedding party, out-of-town guests
ti r-i f it I
and a few close friends. The table ,
was covered with a white linen
cloth, centered with talisman roses.
m o i mr
Mrs. Porter left for a wedding
trip, after which they will reside
in Nashville, Tenn. ,
Mrs. Porter is the daughter of
O. W. Parker and the late Mrs.
Parker, of Wrightsville, Ga. She
received her education ' at the
Georgia State College for Women,
at Milledgeville, Ga., and the Georgia-Alabama
Business . college, at
Macon, Ga. She was formerly sten
ographer in the Jones and Jones
law office in Franklin. For the past
year she has been employed in the
office of the U. S. Attorney in
Mr. Porter is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Porter, of Franklin.
He is a graduate of Bingham Mili
tary academy in Asheville and at
tended Duke university at Durham.
He is now employed in the U. S.
engineering department of the
Nashville district in Nashville, Tenn.
Among the out-of-town guests
for the wedding were: O. W. Par
ker and daughter, Mrs. W. H. Out
ler, of Wrightsville, Ga, ;". Mrs.
Emma Hutchins, of Asheville; Mrs.
Blackburn W. Johnson, of Ashe
ville ; Francis B. Johnson, of
Moorestown, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs.
Neville Sloan, of Atlanta, Ga.; Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Greenwood, of
Gainesvile, Ga. ; and Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Davis, of Highlands;
The marriage of Miss Eddis
Painter, of Leathernian, and George
Hurst, of West's Mill, was quietly
solemnized in Clayton, Ga., Sunday,
Mrs. Hurst is the daughter of
Eastman Painter and the late Mrs.
Painter. She was dressed in a navy
blue suit with matching accessories.
Mr. Hurst is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Hurst and is a young
farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Hurst will
make their Thome with the bride's
father at. Jus iome at Leatherman.
The marriage of Miss Eloise
Clarke Little, of Hazard, Ky., and
Floyd W. Downs, of 42 Brucemont
circle. West Asheville, took place
Friday night, December 24, at 0:30
o'clock at the home of the bride
groom in West Asheville. The Rev.
A. S. Beaman performed the cere
mony. The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Mahala Little, of Glomwar,
Ky., and of George W; Littler of
West Liberty, Ky. Mr. Downs is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Downs, of Franklin.
The couple left immediately for
a wedding trip to the North , and
will reside in West Asheville upon
returning. The bride is a graduate
of the Hazard high school and at
tended Berea college, " Berea, Ky.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Franklin high school and attended
Berea college and Athens Business'
college, Athens, Ga. He is .now
connected with Morgan Bros., Inc.,
MRS. MOORE AND MISS
KELLY GIVE PARTY
One of the largest and; most at
tractive parties of the Yuletide
season, was a . buffet supper given
New Year's eve by -Miss Lassie
Kelly and Mrs. W. T. Moore, at
the Kelly Tea Room on West
Main -street, with one hundred
guests . present. . ,
. ; The rooms where the ' guests as
sembled were attractively decorated
with white- and pink cornations
end talisman roses and -Christmas
. After the supper was served
bunco was enjoyed by the guests.
Those winning prizes were: Mrs,
K.: 5. Jones, high score for ladies.
J. E. Perry, high score for men;
Mm. John R, Faison, low for lad
ies; Henry W, Cab, low for men;
arid the draw prizes went to the
following: Mrs. J, C. Harrington,
Mrs. J. S. Conley, Mrs. Emory
Hunnicutt, Mrs. Carl P. Gabe, and
Mrs. Harry Higgins.
MISS MtGUIRE GIVES
NEW YEAR DANCE
Among the attractive affairs of
the holiday season was the dance
B" 'Wl ' etc uv , AVJ..SS
( whntK M r-i '..
lire, followed by a
midnight buffet supper.
The McGuire home was effective
ly decorated with evergreens, red
and green Walloons and candles,
while the dining room was espe
cially attractive with a centerpiece
' of mistletoe and silver reindeer
around a mirror lake,
j Those enjoying the party were:
I Mr am, rc Tva:n' ,r
Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Woodruff,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowdle, Mr. and
Mrs. John Bulgin, Miss Elizabeth
Dowdle, Miss Molly Slagle, Miss
ixusauiiu .Muigiii, xvxisa vugiiiva
McGuire and D. S. Abbott, all of
Franklin, John Echols and David
H. Brown, of Sylva, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Cooper, of Cleveland,
MISS JEAN MOORE GIVES
DANCE FOR COLLEGE
On Tuesday night, December 28,
Miss Jean Moore was hostless at
an enjoyable dance for the Frank
lin boys and girls who were at
home from school for the holidays.
Among those present were:
Misses Leeida Beshears, Betty
kogers, Kate Sellers, Carol Tes
sier, Katherine Godwin, Laska
Evans, Grace Conley, Betty Leach,
Jessie Sutton, Nancy Jones;
Messrs. John L. Palmer, Lyman
Higdon, John Slagle, Willard Pen
dergrass, Jesse Tessier, Bill Hor-
sley, Bobby Sloan, Boone Leach,
Winton Perry,. Bill Cunningham,
Boyd Sutton, Jimmie McCoHum,
U. D. C TO MEET
WITH MRS. GEORGE SLAGLE
The Macon county chapter of
the United "Daughters of Confed
eracy wiil meet ou Monday. 'after
noon, '.December. 10, at 3 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. George Slagle.
Mrs. H. E. Church, chairman of
the program committee, will Tiave
a very, interesting program for the
meeting and all members are urg
ed to be present.
MISSES ROGERS AND
SELLERS GIVE DINNER
Miss Betty Rogers and Miss
Kate Sellers entertained with a
dinner dance at the home of Miss
Rogers' parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
A. Rogers, Wednesday .night, De
The dining room, where the three
course dinner was served, was
beautifully decorated with Christ
mas greenery and lighted red
tapers. The table was covered with
an exquisite lace cloth and was
centered with a bowl of cedar and
red tapers and flanked with the
lighted red tapers in candelabra.
, Those enjoying the evening
were: Miss Jean Mooxe, Miss
Carol Tessier, Miss Lillian Jones,
Miss Katherine Godwin, ' Miss
Leida Beshears and Miss Jessie
Sutton, Frank Higdon, Jr., Bobby
Porter, Lyman Higdon, Jr., - Ken
neth Ca-be, John Lyle Palmer, Wil
liard Pendergrass and John Slagle.
Misses Floy and Juanita Mea
dows, oi Bryson City, attended the
funeral of their uncle, J. B. Du
vall, at Oak Grove on Wednesday
of the past week. .
Miss Ruth Higgins, who under
went an operation at Angel hos
pital last week for the removal of
her appendix, is doing nicely and
expects to return to her home soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greenwood re
turned to their home in Gainesville,
Ga.,' Sunday, after spending the
past week here with rheir aunt,
Miss Lassie Kelly, at the Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Downs, of
Asheville, spent the week-end with
Mr. Downs parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Downs, at their home on
Miss Elizabeth Dowdle, and Miss
Margaret Franks have returned to
their school work in Kannapolis,
after spending the holidays here
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Dowdle and Mrs, Eloise G.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton R. Smith
spent the past week-end in Char
lotte with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr.
and Mrs, F. B. Smith,
Miss Nina Carpenter has return
ed to her school duties in West
minster, S. C, after spending her
vacation here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brown, of
Louisville, Ga., spent the week-end
here with their mothers, Mrs. C.
S. Brown, Sr., and Mrs. H. O.
Miss Jessie Hurst, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hurst, has re
turned to Greensboro college after
spending the holidays with her
Robert Hurst has returned to
State college after spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Hurst, in the Cartooge
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Averell
made a motor trip through the
Shenandoah valley of' Virginia
during the holidays and, among
other places, visited the famous
Endless Caverns at New Market,
Dr. and Mrs. Frank T. Smith
and daughter, Miss Virginia, left
Thursday morning for Statesville
to visit their daughter and sister,
Mrs. Fleet Scroggs and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. James Edgar Tip
pett announce the birth of a son,
John, Daniel, at their home on
Iotla, on Monday, December 27.
State College Answers
Timely Farm Questions
Q. How can I improve my poul
try flock at the least cost?
A. Try. hatching eggs this year
from a reliable breeder as it is the
one best way to get good stock at
i the bottom price. Be sure that the
breeder packs the eggs carefully
for shipment and that there is
some guarantee as to "fertility of
eggs and variety of birds.-Any re
placement guarantee should have a
time limit. This is the cheapest
way to get the kind of chicks de
sired, but if hatching equipment is
I HAD THE DANDIE5T TOBACCO CROP EVER.
THE CAMEL PEOPLE PAID ME THE BIGGEST
PRICE I EVER GOT FOR THE BEST OF IT.
SO I KSSOtY THEY USE COSTLIER
TOBACCOS FOR CAMELS. I SMOKE EM
MYSELF. THEY'RE THE LEADING CIGARETTE
DOWN IN OUR SECTION
WHAT cigarette do the tobacco
growers smoke? Roy Jones knows
that Camel is the favorite with planters. They know
Camels are a matchless blend of finer, MORE EX
PENSIVE TOBACCOS -Turkish and Domestic.
Oopritebt. ltn, R. J. lUjraoM Tobnm
"WE SMOKE CAMELS JBC
BECAUSE WE KNOW TOBACCO"
4 liKs '
I2.i li- 'J. 1 I l Hi
On The Square
' MACON COUNTY'S FUNERAL DIRECTORS
V SINCE 1927
Complete Funeral Service at a
'y Price Yoa Wish to Pay
Day Photo 106 Nit Phone 20
FRANKLIN. N. C.
not available It is be9t to buy baby
chicks 'of the desired breed direct
from a breeder.
Q. What is the best method for
canning -beef in tin?
A. The steam pressure ; cooker
method is the 'only one recom
mended as other methods are con
sidered unsafe. The meat should be
cut in thick pieces and packed per
pendicular in cans. Do not fill the
can too full. The No. 2 and 3
cans should be processed for 60
minutes at 15 pounds pressure. Do
not use the cold packs as the
temperature of meat packed in tin
should be 170 degrees F. before
sealing so as to insure a good
vacuum. All meat to be canned
should be in a healthy condition
ana in gooa tat. Jietore canning
the meat should be chilled for 48
Q. How much fertilizer should
be appjied to a tobacco plant bed?
A. Two pounds of a 4-8-3 mix
ture with the potash derived from
sulphate of potash magnesia should
oe applied to each square yard of
bed. i The bed should be thoroughly
broken from four to six iinches
deep and pulverized until the soil
is very fine. Then apply the fer
tilizer and thoroughly mix with
the soil for three to four inches
in depth. Smooth the soil to make
s.nr thvrp aro nn rlnHc nnA c
the seed. It is usually best to mix
the seed with about two gallons
of fertilizer or cottonseed meal to
make a good carrier. This insures
a more even distribution of the
Franklin Lodge, No. 452
In Americal Legion Hall
7:30 P. M.
S. J. Murray, Sec'y
MR. ROY JONES,
Compear, Wlnston-lalra. N. 0.
l I EVERY-
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who Serves Most"
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