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frank Li Henry, -Jr., were joint
hostesses for a delightful party Sat
urday afternoon at the Franklin
Golf and Country club. The affair
was given in honor of Miss Eliza
beth Dowdle, popular bride-elect of
baturday, June 18.
MRS, KIIXIAN ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Frank M. Killian delight
fully entertained at a beautifully
appointed luncheon at her home
Wednesday in, honor of Miss Eliza-
rw. i j .. . r win i-uwuje ana ivuss vireinia Mc-
rA ..Atu. t" j woc-cicci 01 june us.
vv vv it vjuiaiiuiiv.3 Ul UliAvU I TL 1 - .
Announcements have been made
' of the marrrae-e of Miss Nan. v
Ruth Morgan, of Clyde, to Edward garden flowers with madonna lilies Uj 'JLt ?s CC tled
W. Tones, of Cameron, and Canton, and larksnur nrednmini Fnr lovely corsages of sweet peas. The
Mr. Jones, who has served as tables were arranged on the ver- ""kw k u?Pn
state hirhw natrolman with hnA J anHa anH in th iL roses and breath. Quantities
auarters in Cantnn fnr tim- Mi iwhu th linnAru "., J summer, flowers were arranged
was formerly located in Franklin presented a lovely linen luncheon A0"l?lS.?eJH!me, ' i u
b k""e- ' t.i4; McGuire was J STB&kSE
PARTIES IN honor I'lV w . McGuire, Mrs. M. L. Dowdle
OF MISS DAWDli" 'V. LT.
Mrs. Eloise G. Franks and Mrs. U morKci:. a .aa 0 5' :McUuLre- mother of Miss Mc
r , . i .ivitviuirc, moiner oi miss mc-
of progressions, a salad course was Gui Mrs a N. Dowdle and
served.vlhe bridal motif was car-I .. V n, , . .
j . .. , . . ivirs. j. vv. cooper, oi ' uieveiana.
fieri nut in the (lprnratintis and tal. I ' . vv.,iuu,
ARRIVING FOR WEDDING
Many members of the wedding
FOR SALE-One small ice box As a courtesy to Miss Dowdle,
uri t h
He a kitchen shower, nine tables of viy, inenas ana relatives ot Miss
bridge, and a tea at her home on "'"uclu owuic ana wiinam
RAGS WANTED Will oav five Wavah. street Thursdav afternoon. Willis, Jr., are arriving daily to at-
cents per pound for clean cotton The house was hea.ntif.ullv deco- tend their marriage Saturday eve-
rags of good size. The Franklin rated with a quantity of mixed ninS at 8 o'clock at the Franklin
a Has, .1 earaen tiowers. i vu.i. .......
High score prize went to Mrs. iV1ISS amieen capps, ot Areola,
mD DtrxTT t . i xugn score prize went to Mrs. "" wi yvv, ui nauid
rUK KilNl One COmOletelv r-. tr arrvoH TrmrcAiu Amnn
r . . . i sLuioTv nunnicuii. Drize ior secona i j. , ...ii. niu Ca
lurnisnea apartment; also one apart- t,.h tn Mrc w A pected Friday are: Mrs. W E.
ment furnished except for dishes lViT Marv Willis m low 'cmre Willis, mother of the brideeroom:
-See Mrs. Ada McCoy.
herds grass, corn, peavine, soy bean
and millet hay at from 40c to, 75c
per Dale. Ada McCoy, Franklin.
lt IW TV JWI VI-,. O 9
prize. Mrs. Kov G. Beshears cut Ms lvianna wims, sister ot tfte
: ; i consolation, ine taDie markers were l "v'vv-61""" urum-
FOR SALE 500 bales choice attached with tiny white wedding r. Mf- and Mrs u Leon -Willi ot
i. i I Kiic . I Columbia. S. C Mrs. T. F.. Rmwn
The bride-elect was presented an aunt of the bride; Broadus
:u n i . r I Brown, a cousin of th Uri A nf
Willi A UUUlUCl IUUS13 MUg Ui a - u..v.
cauliflower with long white ribbons RIegb ; Miss Elizabeth Sloop, of
..... .. . I A f .Ill . t: XT ti
" 'a attacnea in tfte torm ot a shower. "wnnut , viJ iancy oaroce.
v-uvaiuui, uk aim pine i At tne ena or eacn riDDOn were i "l "'u , us jauci urnnu, wi
lumber, 60c, 80c, and $1.00 per hun- kitchen utensils. A card was attach- Rich Square; Miss Margaret Ful-
ArA font r II I I r- I . tnn n( Unl..t r" . H J X t
v.i. ivivgiat iidiruwoou vo., I eu to tne oouquet telling wnere to I . " " """ vvc, air. aim mrs.
Franklin. N. C. I CnA tl mhc s I T. W. Harbison and son limmv nf
' i iiiiu iiiv fiAia. I . ' J ....... j i " "
J5 2tc J16 The hostess served an ice course Kannapolis ; Mr. , and Mrs. J. T.
to 70 guests carrying out the color Fesperman and son, Billy, of Kan-
. i f ii i t ' . rri f n a thrill c - C nrl.x n.... f Air
C, Chapter will not be held this
month and the pageant will be giv
en in its place. All members are re
quested to be at the courthouse on
Monday afternoon, June 20, at
A small admission fee. of 10 and
15 cents will be charged.
Freak Egg Found '
By Mrs. Enloe
While out gathering eerers Thurs
day morning, Mrs. Albert Enloe
of Akron. Ohio, who is visitinc re.
latives on Cartoogechaye found one
one which contained a . fairly de
fined picture on one end which
seemed to be of a chicken just
breaking through the -shell. She
brought the eee to town where it
aroused a great deal of interest.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends for
the kindness shown " us during our
ltc adv.- 7
I,YD CUT? lir i .
lounge with matching table. Ideal i-W a i
for DOrch or sun narlor b JI. MS,,tl!f? MLS- SerV'"
ably priced.-Box Highlands, hSTt-S;
of Sylva; Mrs. James Council, o
JUST RECEIVED 150
Men's and Bovs' Shirts
Shirts, 50c to $1.95; Work Shirts,
wc to ?I.25. Real values. See them
Prices are down. JOS. ASHEAR.
Boone; and Mrs. M. L. Dowdle,
m RED HOT SPECIAL We have
ou three-piece bed outfits bed.
spring and mattress which we are
going to sell as long at they last
BRYANT FURNITURE CO
EXCHANGE Five acres excel
lent orange grove land, high and
dry, orf good road, one mile from
Homestead village, 20 miles south
of Miami. Electricity; school bus
pass property. Desire to exchange
for five acres good mountain land
with spring and on road.
1318 N. W. 7.5th St.,
, . Miami, Fla.
dozen J mother 'of the bride-elect.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dowdle en
tertained at a cake cutting at their
home on Wavah street Frtdav ni&rht
in honor of Elizabeth Dowdle and
William E. Willis, Jr. The party
was held immediately following the
rehearsal at the Methodist church.
The home was attractively deco
rated in quantities of summer flow
ers with roses predominating, and
many candles featured the attract
The lace-covered table in the din
incr room was centered .with a
three-tiered wedding cake topped
with a miniatUre bride and . bride
groom. The bride cut the first
slice of cake. Much eniovment was
afforded by the favors found in the
Only the bridal party, relatives
and out-of-town guests were pre
Joe Asliear has Specials on
Men's and Boys' Shirts too
numerous to list. You can
get a Shirt at a big' Saving.
Later there may be some
changes to announce, so
buy a supply now while the
Shoals. S. C : foe Price, of Green
ville: Pink Dobbs. of Barnesville.
Ga., and Bill O'Daniel, of Greer, j
FOR ALL YOUR CLOTHING
"We Clothe the Family
FRANKLIN, N. C
The Rev. Rufus A.. Morgan and
Rufus A. Morgan, Jr., of Columbia,
a. U, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Slagle on Cartoogechaye. Mr.
Morgan and son came to Franklin
early Wednesday and hiked from
the top of Wayah Bald over Tri
mont ridge, a distance of 12 mile.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Enloe, of
Akron, Ohio, are spending this
week with Mr. Enloe's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. T. B. Enloe At their home
The. Press apologizes for the er
ror in stating that Miss Kate Cox
attended the wedding of Miss Ger-
aldine Younce and John Jamison
in Clayton, Ga., last week. The in
formation was obtained from one
who Was SUDDOsed to have attended
the wedding, but was later found to
Miss Laura Jones, of Raleigh is
. 0. F
spending a COUDle of weeks with
her mother, Mrs. George A. Jones
and other relatives in Franklin.
Miss Ruth Higgins. daughter of I
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higgins, who
is attending school at Cullowhee
this summer, fell Tuesday afternoon
and fractured her, collar bone. Her
condition IS reported to he verv
satisfactory, but very painful.
Dr. Robert H. Wright Tr of
XMewport News, Va., will arrive on
rnday to soend a few davs with
his wife. Mrs. Wright, who is vis
iting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. McLean, at "Knollacrea' Dr
and Mrs. Wright will return to
their home in Virginia Wednesday.
Pageant To Be
Given By U. D. C
(Continued from Para One)
Alahama Hfics T.IIw DmLL
- m.. JIVCtklJVll,
Vocal Solo "The Girl I Leff Be-
, hind Me", Ben W. Woodruff
Mississippi Mrs. Zeb Conley
Piano .Solo "Listen to the Mock.
inff Bird". Mrs. Harrv HJ
. . - oD-
j-ouisiana Miss Elizabeth Slagle
Quartet 'Tenting Tonight" ,
Tennessee Mrs. H. C. rhnrrfi
Chorus "My Old Kentucky
Kentucky Mrs. Lester S.
Vocal Duet "Just Before the Bat-
ne Motner , Ltorothy and Dick j
aioan . " i
Texas Mrs. A. B. Slacrl. "r
Vocal Solo 'Tse Gwyne Back to
. JJIXie . M r.S. Neil Tnhnenn
New Mexico Mrs. T. J. Johnston
Chorus "Old Folks at Home"
Arizona Mrs. T. W. C Tot,
Vocal Solo "Columbia the Gem of
the Ocean", Mrs. James L.
California' Mrsi Lvman TTio-d on
: ' 0vw..
Lhorus "There's a Long. Long
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deeo ao-
preciation for vour thoughtfulness
during our recent bereavement.
H. D. BRENDLE
1 trv4dv - f
. . . is as essential to "business
as is rain to growing crops.
It, is the keystone in the arch
of successful merchandising.
Let us show you how to ap
ply it to your business.
24 Lb. Bag 63c
48 Lb, Bag . ... ........ .$1.19
SAVE OBELISK COUPONS I LLJ
City Market v
FRANKLIN, N. C
Obelisk Coupons Redeem
able at your Convenient
Store. "s .'
Native and Western
Groceries, Fruits, Produce
Try Our Sausage ! When
better is made we'll make
it. . . . f- . ,
E. W. LONG, Prop.
4-lfe cairton 42c
IB-US carton Q3c
No. 2 Cam Corn or
No. 1 Can Fruit
Orange Pekoe and Pekoe
Snowdrift 6-lb- pml 99c
Dixie or Swiss
MSlk 4 larae or 8 small 2SC
, . . . a
S9 B1 Q
9 4 Mbo. US
i an -winding"
The regtilar meeting of tht U P.