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THURSDAY. JUNE Z, 1938
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS , MACONJAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
Announcement has been, made of
the marriage of Miss Thelma Buch
anan to Charlie Morrison, both of
the lotla section. The marriage
ceremony took place in Clayton,
Ca., on Saturday, April 23.
Mrs. Morrison is the daughter
of E. B. and the late Mrs. Buch
anan, while Mr. Morrison is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. James K.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison are mak
ing their home at lotla.
Announcements have been receiv
ed here of the marriage of Miss
Ezella Hurst, of Franklin and
Champain, 111., to Lewis B. Ramey,
of Abbeville, S.C, and Champaign;
J 11. "
The wedding ceremony took place
in the First Baptist, church in
Champaign on Tuesday, May 24,
with the pastor as the officiating
Mrs. Ramey was attired in a
beautiful blue crepe suit with white
accessories and her shoulder cor
sage was of gardenias and pink
sweet peas. She is the daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs Ellis Hurst,
of Franklin, and a sister of Mrs.
Jack Weyman and Miss Ethel
Hurst, of Franklin.
Mr. Ramey is a prominent busi
ness man of Champaign, 111.
Immediately following the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Ramey left for
Chicago, 111., on a wedding trip!
After their return they will be at
home at 410 West Church street
BAPTIST W. M. U. TO
MEET ON JUNE 9
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the Franklin Baptist church will
hold their regular business meeting
on Thursday afternoon, June 9, at
3 o'clock at the church. AH mem
bers are urged to attend this meet
ing. MRS. YOUNG ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Louis Young entertained
with a spend-the-day party at her
home in Clayton, Ga., on Tuesday
of this week for a few of her for
mer friends on lotla.
Those, attending were: Mrs. H. P.
Matinees 3:30 P. M.
NIGHT SHOW 7:30
SHOWING FROM 1:30 TO
11 P. M. SATURDAYS
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
SATURDAY, JUNE 4
MON.-TUES., JUNE 6-7
Witlh BING CROSBY, MARY
CARLISLE, BEATRICE LILLIE,
Also "SHOP GIRL'S EVIDENCE"
"THE WORM TURNS"
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8
"OVER THE WALL"
THURSDAY, JUNE 9
"THRILL OF A
With THE YACHT CLUB BOYS
JUDY CANOVA, BEN BLUE
'"WOMAN BE A MODEL"
"WHISPER IN THE DARK"
FRIDAY, JUNE 10
"ISLAND IN THE SKY"
It's an amusing story, exciting,
and so well done that it is excel
lent entertainment I
"MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY"
.If you want our weekly program
mailed to you, please leave name
at Box Office.
Ray, Mrs. Charles Shields, Mrs. J.
B. Houston, Mrs. Robert Houston,
Mrs. J. R. Morrison, Mrs. Ed Du
vall, Mrs. Glenn Ray, ' Miss Eliza
Younce, Miss Hazel Duvall and
Miss Dorothy Lee Morrison.
MRS. HERTZLER ENTERTAINS
FRIDAY BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Richard A. Hertzler enter
tained the Friday bridge club and
one guest table at her home at
Coweta experiment station hear
Otto last week.
The rooms were attractively ar
ranged in mountain laurel, daisies
and old-fashioned garden flowers,
where the , guests assembled for
i Mrs. John Wasilik was winner of
j the high score prize, with the
floating pnze going to Mrs. Em
, Those playing were: Mrs. Charles
Hirch, of Asheville; Mrs. Jack O.
Werner, Mrs. R. Vance Miles, Mrs.
L, H. Page, Mrs. J. E. Perry, Mrs.
John Wasilik, Jr., Mrs. H. E.
Church, Mrs. Fred S. Sloan, Mrs.
Emory Hunnicutt, Mrs. R. S. Jones,
Mrs. Henderson Calloway and Mrs.
T. W. Porter, Jr., of-Nashville,
Mrs. Hertzler, at the conclusion
of the playing, served a delicious
sweet course. 1
MRS. PORTER GIVES
Mrs. .Thomas W. Porter enter
tained with a musical tea at her
home, "Hall in the Tines," for her
house guests, Mrs. Thomas W.
Porter, Jr., of Nashville, Tenn., and
Miss Jane Lorenze, of Dayton,
Ohio, on Tuesday afternoon.
Assisting Mrs. Porter in receiv
ing the guests were Mrs. R. S.
Jones and Mrs. Emory Hunnicutt,
while Mrs. S. H. Lyle, Jr., and Mrs.
John Hanner, Miss Margaret Co
zad and Miss Virginia McGuire as
sisted in the dining room.
The rooms were decorated with
a profusion of early summer flow-,
ers and an informal program of
music was enjoyed. Mrs. Hertzler
and Mrs, Ben Woodruff each play
ed several delightful piano numbers
and Miss Lorenze, a well-known
young composer in musical circles,
charmed the guests with a number
of her own compositions, songs and
An ice course was served and
about 40 guests called during the
Airs. Thomas Porter, Jr., has
been the recipient of . many social
courtesies since her arrival in
Franklin 10 days ago. Mrs. R. S.
Jones and Mrs. Emory Hunnicutt
honored her with a bridge tea' of
five tables at the home of Mrs.
Jones on Thursday. Miss Lorenze,
who, came on Saturday was' honor
guest with Mrs. Blackburn Johnson
at a bridge party given by Mrs. S.
H. Lylc, Jr., on Monday afternoon
at her home.
Mrs. Porter, Jr., and Miss Lo
renze left on Wednesday morning
to return to their respective homes.
Mrs. Porter will 4e remembered as
Miss. Mabel Parker, a bride of the
winter. The engagement of Miss
Lorenze to James Porter has re
cently been announced.
Miss Josephine Hudson, of Dem
orcst, Ga., is spending this week
with her aunt, Mrs. John B. Henry,
and Mr. Henry at their home' on
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Brown and
son, Broadus, and Mrs. George
Cogdon, and daughter, Mary, of
Raleigh, were the week-end guests
of Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. M.
L. Dowdlc and Mr. Dowdle.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilkie and
two children, Barbara Jean and
Billy, of Arden, Mr. and Mrs. Cor
bell Ensley, Mrs. 1). C. Naylor, and
Miss Flora Wilkie, of Asheville,
and Miss Dorothy Naylor, of New
York, were the week-end guests
of their mother and grandmother,
Mrs. W. G. Wilkie.
Howard Bradley and Jack Shope,
of Ottor, returned home Sunday,
after a three months' trip to the
state of Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred York, Mr.
York's mother, Mrs. J. York,
and sister, Mrs. John Shope, left
Wednesday of last week for Benton
Hanber, Mich, where they will spend
Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson attended
the' meeting of the board of trus
tees of St. Mary's school in Ral
eigh Tuesday. ' .
'Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn W. John
son spent the week-end with Mr.
Johnson's mother, Mrs. J. W.( C.
Mr. and Mrs.Earle Lee Edwards
have had as their guest for the past
week Mrs. Edwards' mother, Airs.
E. A. Allen, of Atlanta.
Miss Pearl Coggin and Miss
Martha Southers have just arrived
from the Tamasee D. A. R. school
in South Carolina. They expect to
spend the summer vacation with
their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Alex
Coggin and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Peek, of Ellijay. f
Miss Jessie Hurst, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hurst gradu
ated from the Methodist Woman's
college at Greensboro on May 23,
and is now at home with her par
ents. Miss Hurst won a gold watch
which was the first prize in an es
say contest in the Greensboro col
lege. . Mr, and Mrs. Robert Reid and
two children, Jean and Barbara, of
Murphy, spent the week-end with
Mr. Reid's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Reid, at their home on
Franklin Route 4, and Mrs. Reid's
mother, Mrs. A. S. Solesbee, at her
home on Franklin Route 3.
Miss Ruth Holbrooks, who is
nursing in Richmond, Va., came in
Saturday, for a visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Holbrooks,
at their home at West's Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Waldroop,
of Athens, Ga., spent the week-end
with Mr. Waldroop's mother, Mrs.
Mary Lyle Waldroop, at her home
on Franklin Route 1.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Watkins, of
Albany, Ga., are spending several
days in Franklin with Mrs. Wat
kins' sister, Mrs. H. O. Cozad, and
her father, J. A. Conley.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stribling, who
recently moved to Andrews, were
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Harry
Holt and family in Highlands and
friends in Franklin Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Kimsey
and young daughter, Pauline, and
Bert Hall, were here last week
visiting Mrs. Kimsey's father,' W.
G. Hall, at their home on Bonny
Crest, returning to their home on
Mrs. J. T. Russell and Mrs. M.
Swarenger, of Waynesville, were
visiting at the home of Mrs. Rus
sell's mother, Mrs. J. B. Stalcup,
on lotla street last week.
Air. and Mrs. J. R. Ray, of
Hayesville, spent the latter part of
the past week visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ray and
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cunningham.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Phillips and
daughter, Jewell Alice, of Clinton,
Tenn., spent the week-end with
Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs. A. S.
Solesbee, at her home on Franklin
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Liles and
two children, of Frintland, are
spending several days here visiting
Mrs. Lile's parents, Mr. and -Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Finley are
spending this week in Lake Juna
luska and Waynesville attending
the state vocational agriculture
teachers' conference during the five
uay session mis weeK. uns is ine
second time this conference has
ever been held in the mountainous
section and a large crowd is ex
pected to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cartwright,
of Maynardville, Tenn., were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Vance Miles at their home on
Bidwell street and Mr. and Mrs.
K. B. Trousdell, at their home on
Mrs. Charles Hirch, of, Asheville,
spent last week at Coweta, the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard A. Hertzler, returning to her
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Finley, and
son, Robert, spent the week-end
in Anderson, S. C, with Mrs.
Finley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
, Brownlow Addington, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Addington, of Frank
lin Route 2, who has been quite
ill suffering from severe bruises
received when a horse fell on him,
was reported to be improving.
Mrs. Allen Siler and two chil
dren, of JJryson City, are spending
several days with Mrs. Siler's moth
er, Mrs. Robert E. Pattillo, at her
home on Franklin Route 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Morrow, of
Andrews, were here Sunday to at
tend the all-day singing held at
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Houston, of
lotla, have moved to Clarksville,
Ga., where Mr. Houston has .em-,
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, of
Clewiston, Fla.p Mrs. M. A. Evans
and Miss Boots Evans, of Orlando,
FLa., are spending several days in
Franklin, the guests of Major and
Mrs. J. Frank Carmack, at the
Franklin Golf and Country club.
Miss Dorothy Lee Morrison has
returned to her home on lotla after
spending several days in Winston
Salem and Greensboro visiting re
latives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. West, Sr.,
and Mrs. R. D. West, -Jr., spent
Friday in Canton with relatives.
Mrs. Helen Macon has returned
to her home here after spending
several days in Durham and Mount
Airy visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams and
son, Lloyd, of Rainbow Springs,
left Wednesday for Stokesberry,
West Va., for a visit with relatives
Rege Neil, who has been quite
ill with pneumonia, has recovered
sufficiently to be ,able to be out
HOW DO I
A SIGHT MORE
MEN who grow fine tobaccos who sell them
who get the checks they know the quality,
of tobacco that goes into various cigarettes. And
they say, "Camels buy our finest grades." So, if you
want to enjoy a cigarette made from finer, MORE
EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS-Turkish and Domestic
it's just plain logic to choose Camels.
MORE THAN $325,000
In Federal Funds Spent
In Macon County
I have sought, and succeeded in procuring
more than $325,000 for Federal projects in your
county, which funds have benefitted working
folks and business people alike.
Federal projects which I have succeeded in
getting for Macon County are as follows: Street
Improvement, Beaut if ication of School Grounds,
School Lunches, Improvement to Court House,
Roads, Sewing Rooms, Supervision of Recrea
tional Activities, Clerical Home Assistance, Oper
ation of Gardens, Community Sanitation, Agri
cultural Building, and the construction of a Post ,
Office Building at Franklin.
"A good record of ACHIEVEMENT is better
and SAFER for the good folks of my district
than MERE PROMISES."
ON MY RECORD AS A FRIEND OF THIS
DISTRICT, MACON COUNTY, WESTERN
NORTH CAROLINA AND THE NATION, I
ASK FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN THE DEMO
CRATIC PRIMARY ON JUNE 4.
Miss Eliza Younce has returned
to her .home on lotla, after an
extended visit with', relatives and
friends in Eliaabethton and Butler,
Tenn. . '.
Mrs. Glenn Ray, Mrs. E.( E.
Ward, Mrs. J. T. Tice, Mrs. J. R.
Morrison, Miss Hazel Duvall and
Miss Dorothy Lee Morrison, mem
bers from the home demonstra
tion club at lotla, attended the in
formal tea given for Mrs. Clyde
R. Hoey held in Waynesville last,
Mr, and Mrs.' C. S. Brown, Jr.,
of Moultrie, Ga., spent the week-,
end with their mothers,' Mrs. C. S.
Brown, Sr., and Mrs. H. O. Cozad.
Miss Cleobell Moore and William
Blaine, students at Mars Hill the
past year, have returned to their
homes for the summer.
Major and Mrs. C. N. Stevens
and son, Dexter, of State College,
Pa., are spending a few days with
Mrs. Stevens' sister, Mrs. T. J.
O'Neil and Dr. O'Neil at their home
on Harrison Avenue.
Mr. James Graves sells the pick of his crop to Camel
KNOW My CIGARETTE Oomtaimc tup
FINEST TOBACCO? BECAUSE I SMOKE pameis
THE PICK OF MY LAST CROP AND PAID
THAN FOR ORDINARY GRADES. MOST
GROWERS ROUND HERE SOLD THEIR BEST LOTS TO
NO WONDER CAMEL IS THE MOST
CI6ARCTTE IN THESE PARTS.'
' In addition to un
tiring efforts in the
interest of National
legislation, to benefit
the nation as a whole
and in addition to my
success in converting
the dream of the Great
Smoky Mountains Na
tional Park into a glo
rified REALITY, I
have not forgotten the
individual counties of
my district. '