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THURSDAY. JUNE X 1M
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MAC0N1AN
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MRS. FRANK BLOXHAM, POSTOFFICE BOX 9
Sunday, June 5th, 1938
Highlands Methodist Circuit
10 a. m. Sunday school.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
3 p. m. Preaching service. .
7 :30 p. m. Evening worship.
Highlands Presbyterian Church
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
Church f the Incarnation
10 a. m. Church school.
4 p. m. Evensong and sermon.
St. Agnes, Franklin
11 a. m. Holy communion and
Highland Baptist Church
10 a. m. Sunday school.
7:30 p. m. B. Y. P, U.
Catholic" services are held each
Second and fourth Sunday at the
American Legion hall, Franklin, at
8 a. m. Father Howard Lane, of
Waynesville, is the Priest.
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Sarah Hicks
Hines, of Highlands, to Emery John
Bailey, of DuBois, Pa.
-The wedding took place on May
. 17, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon at
the Roland Park Episcopal church,
Baltimore. The 'bride wore at' blue
dress with accessories of white and
wore a corsage of gardenias. Miss
Louise Edwards, , of Highlands, at
tended as bridesmaid. Wayne Cronk
hild, of Culver, Mo., was the best
Following the ceremony a wed
ding supper, was . held at the Bar
varian club, Baltimore.
Mrs. Bailey is the daughter of
Mrs. J. A. Hines, of Highlands.
She is a graduate of Western Car
olina Teachers' college at Cullo
whee, and is now employed in the
social security offices at Baltimore.
Mr.. Bailey is the son of Mr. and
MrsSeth Bailey, of DuBois, Pa.
He is a graduate of Chester col
lege, Chester, Pa., and took post
graduate work at the University of
Alabama. He is employed as a
supervisor in the social security of
fices in Baltimore, where the couple
LINEN SHOP TO
OPEN THIS WEEK
The Linen Shop, a new venture
in Highlands, will open this week
in the Edwards building formerly
occupied by W. S. Davis. Mr. A.
Joseph is the proprietor of the
shop which will carry a full line
of imported and hand-made linens,
mountain crafts, Indian crafts,
wood, pottery, ladies1 linen hand
kerchiefs, dresses, ,etc. Mr. Joseph
is from Benson, N. C, and comes
to Highlands well recommended.
He formerly owned a linen shop
in Waynesville. The front of the
Edwards store building will be re
modeled for the new store.
The wedding of Miss Dorothy
Freeman, of Highlands, and Floyd
Wiley, also of Highlands, took
place on Sunday in Clayton, Ga.
The bride wore a blue net dress
with blue accessories and wore a
corsage of pink rosebuds. Miss
Ethel Calloway was the bridesmaid
and also wore blue. Richard Holt
served as best man.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Freeman, of Chero
kee, and is a niece of Mrs. Guy
Paul, of Highlands. She is employed
as a telephone operator in the
Mr. Wiley is th,e son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. W. Wiley, of High
lands, and is operating a produce
service from Highlands to Atlanta.
The couple will reside in the Holt
Mrs. Clark Howell of Atlanta,
has arrived at her home here for
the summer. She has as her guests
Mrs. Evan Howell, of Atlanta, and
Miss. Julia Wright, of Thomas
Miss Rachel Davis arrived home
on Monday from Forsythe county
where she has been teaching school.
She was accompanied home by her
namesake, Miss Rachel Brown, of
Curtis (Tip) Ayers and Fred
Greenway, graduates of Rabun Gap
Nacoochee school, arrived at. the
Highlands Drug store this week
where they will be employed this
Mr. Collie, of Elberton, Ga., is
a guest of the Russels in the Jones
cottage on Satulah ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Cranston, of
Augusta, Ga.,. entertained a house
party last week-end at their cot
tage on Satulah mountain.
Miss Louise Hunter, of Pendle
ton, S. C, was a week-end guest of
Mayor and Mrs. W. S. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lanier have
arrived at Playmore for the months
of June and July.
Mrs. ( Edgar Rogers and her
daughters, Flossie and Betty, are
in Highlands for the summer.
Mr and Mrs.. Overstreet, of
Baxley, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas, of Porto Rico, left on
Monday after spending their vaca
tion in Highlands.
Mr. and Mrs. Edison Picklesimer,
of Newark, N. J., have been vis
iting Mr. Picklesimer's parents in
former, complimenting Mrs. James
Ray Orr, nee Miss Annie Lee
Curtis, whose wedding was recent
ly announced. .,
The Baird home was attractively
arranged with bowls of pink roses'
and pink and blue larkspur. The
dining room was also decorated in
roses, while the table was covered
with a hand-made lace cloth cen
tered with a crystal bowl of pink
roses and baby's breath, with the
pink lighted candles on either side
of the centerpiece.
The basket in which the gifts
were presented to the bride, was
covered with white crepe paper and
draped in pink roses. Little Miss
Julia Ann Higdon and little Miss
Evelyn Carelock assisted the hon
oree with the presents.
Approximately 75 friends called
during the afternoon, leaving gifts
of linen, pottery, silverware, dishes,
quilts and many other gifts.
The hostesses assisted by Miss
Cassie Dills and Mrs. Roy Cun
ningham, served delicious cakes and
PLAY AND DANCE GIVEN
BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The play, "Oh, Professor", which
was presented . last week at the
Highlands School Theatre netted
the Chamber of Commerce about
$40. The vote for the winners of
the Popular Child contest was tab
ulated as follows: First, Margaret
Neely ; second, Sarah Hall ; third,
Martha Cobb. A dance was given
for the cast of the play on Friday
night following the performance.
BAPTIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES
There was a large congregation
last Sunday to 'hear Rev. W. N.
Cook, who spoke on "Show Us
God and We Will be Satisfied."
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bernhardt, of
Fritzgerald, Ga., announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Ruth,
to,' Eugene E. Newberry, of Fitz
gerald, Ga., and Franklin, the mar
riage to be solemnized in July.
Miss Bernhardt is an attractive
and lovable young gjrl, quite zeal
ous in the activities of Baptist
young people, and other religious
works, being also a member of the
choir. She graduated from Fitz-Hi ,
in the class of '32 and later at
tended Middle Georgia college in
Cochran. Since then she has held
several positions, now being con
nected with . the Russell Brothers
Jewelry story, Fitzgerald.
Mr. Newberry, how a resident of
Fitzgerald, has many friends among
the Baptist young people whom he
has associated with. He makes his !
home with Mr. and Mrs. Rickman,
former North Carolina friends. He
is the son of Mrs. Norman Mash
burn, of Franklin, and attended the
Franklin high school. For three
years he was in th,e U. S. army
stationed in the Canal Zone. At the
present he is with the Central Tel
ephone company of Fitzgerald.
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET
The Garden club will hold ita
regular monthly business and social
meeting on Monday afternoon, J.une
6, at Arrowood Glade. All members
The B. Y. P. U. lesson on "Wit- are requested to meet at the Frank-
nessing Both to Small and Great," , lin Methodist church at 2:45 and
Mr. and Mrs.' Hayes E. Over
cash spent last week-end attending
commencement .exercises at Berry
college, Rome, Ga. Mr. and Mrs.
Overcash are both graduates of
Mrs. T. H. Callahan and children,
Betty and Hall, of Bryson City,
spent Wednesday with relatives and
friends in Franklin.
John Wasilik, Jr., and A. R.
Higdon, of the American Legion
post of , Franklin, attended the
American Legion Memorial Day
services in Asheville Monday.
Miss Alice Bennett, who has
been attending school at Pfeiffer
college at Misenheimer, has return
ed to her home at Iotla to spend
the summer with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bennett.
Mrs. C. C. Cunningham has re
turned home after a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Robert Cunningham
in Rich Square. (
Stewart ' Mason has returned to
his work in Hollywood, Calif., after
spending some time with, his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mason,
at their home on Iotla.
Paul Wright, of Orofino, Idaho,
now a student at the University of
Georgia, at Athens, spent the week
end in Franklin the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul H. Gerrard at their
home on Harrison Avenue. v
Miss Grace Conley, who has been
attending Converse college, at
Spartanburg, S. C, has returned
to her home on Harrison avenue
for the summer.
Mrs. J..B. Houston has returned
to her home on Iotla, after spend
ing some time in Lavonia, Ga., with
her husband, who has employment
' Miss Cloe Reid, of Elberton, Ga.,
is spending several d3ys visiting
Mrs. Louis Mielke, at the home of
Mrs. Mielke's mother, Mrs. M. F.
Jones," at her home on Bonny
Miss Faye Brown, of Enka, s
spending a week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Brown, at
their home at Prentiss.
J. Ray Orr, who is attending the
University of Georgia, at Athens,
spent the past week-end with Mrs.
Orr, at the home of Mrs. C. D.
Baird on Bonny Crest. '
Carolyn McLean Wright, the
small daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Wright, of Newport, Va.,
who has been quite ill, suffering
with congestion of the lungs, and
who spent the past week in Angel
hospital, is reported to be resting
very comfortably at the home of
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. McLean, at West's Mill.
Miss Jarvis Ledford left Satur
day for Clemson, S. C, for a visit
with her sister, Mrs. K. R. and
Sgt. Helton, and while there she
will attend the commencement ex
ercises at Clemson college.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Penn spent
Monday in Asheville.
was presented by the Group Cap
tain, Paul Waldon, who was as
sisted by Carlton Clcaveland, Ed
ward. Potts, Homer Baty, Mrs. A.
B. Potts and Doris Potts last Sun
day evening. An interesting Bible
drill was conducted by the Quiz
Leader, Mrs. Paul Weldon. During
the business session gifts were
presented to the two B. Y. P. U.
members who graduated from high
school this year, the President,
Carlton Cleaveland, and one of the
B. V. P. U. directors, Willard Crisp.
go to Arrowood if the weather J
permits otherwise the meeting will
be held in the basement of the
The hostesses will be Mrs. R.
M. Rimmer, Mrs. W. C. Penn and
Mrsf 'Jack Weyman.
FOR MRS. JAMES RAY ORR
Miss Grace Baird and Miss Ruby
Calloway', were joint hostesses at a
miscellaneous shower on Wednes
day afterpoon at the home of the
J :. "
Mr. and Mrs. James Hall, of
West's Mill announce the birth of
a daughter, Evelyn Marie, at their
home on Wednesday, May 25.
A daughter, Alma Rebecca, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy W.
Moffitt, at their home in the Smith
Bridge township, on Wednesday,
On Tuesday, May 31, a son,
Wayne Edward, was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Claude C. Beeco, at their
home in the Millshoal township.
Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur Min
cey announce the birth of twins, a
daughter, Ethel, and a son, Wiley,
at their home on Watauga, on
Tuesday, May 31,
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