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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MAC0N1AN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
MACON COUNTY U. D. C.
HOLDS MAY MEETING
The Macon county chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confeder
acy met at the home of Mrs. C.
Frank Moody at the Moody farm,
on Monday afternoon for the reg
ular monthly meeting. There were
17 members and visitors present.
Mrs. Carl S. Slagle, president,
presided over the session and plans
were made to .attend the district
meeting to be held in Waynesville
on M ay 20. '
Mrs. H. E. Church, chaifman of
the program committee, read a
poem on "The Origin and History
of Mother's Day," by Miss Anne
Javris, of Philadelphia. The theme
of the program was "Rice" and a
very interesting paper was given by
Miss Nora Leach on "The Origin
and History of Kice."
Miss Hazel Bradley, a student of
the Franklin high school who' won
the prize, "Gone with the Wind," by
Margaret Mitchell, offered by the
Macon county chapter on the best
essay submitted, was present and
read her essay. The theme of her
essay was "War Keminiscenses of
The essay told the story of the'
early Confederate veterans of the
Otto community, who volunteered
their service, fought, and gave their
lives in the Civil War and of the
only living veteran n that commun
ity, Samuel Picklesimer.
Mary Jo Setser, who received
MRS. FANNIE BRYSON
CELEBRATES 72ND BIRTHDAY
The children of Mrs. Fannie
Bryson gathered at her 'home at
West's Mill Sunday and celebrated
with a birthday dinner, honoring
Mrs. Bryson on her 72nd birthday
A very delicious dinner was en
joyed by all present.
Among the children and their
families present were: C. Tom Bry
son and- family, of Cullasaja, Mrs,
Troy Sheffield and children, of
Rainbow Springs, J. Fred Bryson
and family, of Franklin, Purnell
Bryson and family and Luther
Raby and family, of West's Mill
and Miss Freddie Hall, of Franklin,
Miss Eva G. Cleaveland, of
Bridgeport, Conn., is spending sev
eral days with her sister, Mr.s.
Henry D. West and Mr. West and
with relatives and friends in High
lands. Miss Mildred Sumner, returned
to her home in J5ylva Monday, af
ter spending 10 days with Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Case at their home-on
Carl Jamison, of Glenville, was
in Franklin Tuesday and Wednes
day on 'business.
Mrs. George A. Jones is spending
a few days in Asheville visiting her
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Newell Garner
recognition on her essay on Dr. have movTed into he Case apart
Carver and his work, was also ment on Bidwell street.
J. .Matt Daves, one ol the three
present and read her essay. .
Several vocal solos by Miss Dor
othy Sloan, with Mrs. Henry Cabe
at the piano, were rendered during
The hostess, assisted by her
daughter, Miss Mayberyl Moody,
served delicious refreshments at the
conclusion of the meeting.
NECKLACE PRESENTED TO
MRS. HENRY CABE
As a courtesy to Mrs. Henry W.
Cabe, in appreciation of the splen
did service she has rendered the
Franklin Methodist church as or
ganist and director of the choir,
members of the choir, the F. S,
Johnston Bible class and a few in
dividual members of the church,
presented to her Sunday a necklace,
with the stone being a Macon
county rhodolite taken from the
mines on Mason branch.
Matinee 3:30 P. M.
NIGHT SHOW 7:30
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
11 P. M. SATURDAYS
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
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, THURSDAY, MAY 20 7
WALTER CONN ALLY, JEAN
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.X. ' 7
remaining Confederate veterans in
Macon county, is reported to be ill
at his home on Franklin Route 2.
Mrs. K. B. Trousdell and young
son, isruce, have returned to their
home on Harrison avenue, after
spending several days in Green
wood, S. C, with the former's
mother, Mrs. B. S. Boyd.
Dock Barnard, who has been sick
for several weeks, was able to be
in Jbrankhn Saturday,
J. B. Case is able to be out again
alter naving been confined tq his
room with an attack of flu,
Mrs. George Carpenter and young
daughter, of Otto, were visiting
mends here Saturday.
Mrs. W. T. Wright is reported
to be quite ill at her home on
West Main street, suffering from
Albert Potts, of the Cullasaja
community, is reported to be quite
ill . with pneumonia and pleurisy.
Miss Josephine Dixon left Wed
nesday afternoon to attend a syph
ilis institute which is to be held in
Asheville Thursday and Friday of
Dr. Frank M. Killian sperTl last
week in Louisville, Ky; While there
he attended the Kentucky Derby.
Air. and iMrs. R. M. Ledford and
Jarvis and Hoyt Ledford spent
Mothers Day with their daughter
and sister, Mrs. R. R. Helton and
Sgt. Helton, at their home in Clem
son, S. C. Sunday was Military
Day for Clemson college and while
there they attended the various
programs scheduled for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Grady Garner, of
Andrews, spent Sunday here with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L
uarner and Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Cabe at their homes on Franklin
Jeff Enloe, Jr., who is a student
t North Carolina State college, at
Raleigh, spent the week-end here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Enloe, Sr, at their home on
Franklin Route 1.
Mrs. R. J. Snyder, of Sylva,
spent Monday here visiting Mrs.
Truman Moody at her home on
Riverview street and Mrs. Joe
Dowdle , at her home on Wayah
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes E. Over-
cash, who spent a week in Char
lotte visiting relatives and friends,
have returned to their home in
Harold Lee Morris, age 3, of
Hayesville, was brought to Angel
hospital Thursday afternoon with a
grain of corn lodged in the right
lung. The grain of corn had been
aspirated by the child accidentally
that morning. The corn wa,s remov
ed with the aid of the broncoscope
and the child will recover- , ,
Frank Collins spent the first of
the week in Atlanta, on business,
Mrs. Willis Jones, of Los An'
geles, Calif., niece of J. W. Led
ford, attended the birthday dinner
for Mr. Ledford Sunday at 'the
home of his son, Marion Ledford.
William Elmore, of West's Mill,
has returned " from California,
where he spent the past six weeks
visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. Ray Hol
brooks and son, Roy, Jr. Dr. Hol-
brook is the superintendent of the
Santa Cruz city schools and Ray,
Jr., was a classmate of William's
at Sul Ross State Teachers' col
lege in Texas. .
Mrs. W. I). Bruner came ,up from
Greenwood, S. C, to attend the
jubilee celebration of the St.
Agnes Episcopal church, and while
here she was the guest of Mrs. W.
H. Sellers at her home on River
view street. Mrs. Bruner, prior to
her leaving Franklin, was president
of the Franklin Parent-Teacher As
sociation. Mr. Bruner is connected
With the national forest serviice and
was recently transferred to Green
wood. Mrs. Virginia Briggs and Miss
Dorothy Stewart, of Atlanta, spent
the week-end with their parents,
Mr. ' and Mrs. 1). G. Stewart, at
their home on Riverview street.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greenwood, of
Gainesville, Ga., spent the week-end
with Mr. Greenwood's auntMiss
Lassie Kelly, at the Kelly Tea
Room and Mrs. Greenwood's moth
er, Mrs. Erwin I'atton, at their
home on Franklin Route 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn. Johnson
and daughter, Ellen Keith, of Ashe
ville, spent the week-end with Mr.
Johnson's mother, Mrs. J. W. C.
Johnson, at fnmont Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. V. S.. Catway and
family,' who have been spending
several months in Lake City, Fla.,
have returned to their home on
Mrs. Clem Sutton returned to
her home in Washington, Ga., Tues
day, after spending the week-end
with her mother and 'brother, Mrs.
S. H. Lyle, Sr., and S. II. -Lyle
and family at their home on Har
1 Airs. Sloan Kinnebrew, of Birm
ingham, Ala., is spending several
days with her daughter, Mrs. Phil
McCollum, who has twin daughters
in Angel hospital.
Miss Effie Holland, who has been
staying at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Patrick in Waynesville
for the past eight months, return
ed to her home at Cullasaja Sat
urday to spend- the summer with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G.
Betty Jean and Joy Ann, at Angel
hospital Saturday. Mrs. McCollum
and (laughters are reported to be
Mr. and Mrs, Phil McCollum an
nounce the birth of twin daughters,
in rranKiin ,
Father Howard Y.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 tor the children on
the first and third Mondays at
4:15 p. m.
All are welcome to attend these
services. 1 . '
Joseph Ashear and nephew, Jim
my Ashear, left Tuesday for At
lanta, on a business trip.
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