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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 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 Mrs. Louise Bing
ham Shidles; to Thurman. Hamilton,
of Murphy, at Blairsville,Ga., Fri
day night, June 24.. Mrs., Hamilton
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John- Bingham, of Franklin, and
Mr. Hamilton is the son of B. C.
Hamilton, of Knoxville, Tenn,
Mrs. D. O. Stewart, of Atlanta,
announces the engagement and ap
proaching marriage of her daughter,
Miss Zula Stewart, to Frank Lyle
Bryson.'of Tucson, Ariz.; formerly
of Franklin. ' The marriage will .be
solemnized during the summer
Mr. Bryson is widely known in
Franklin and Macon county. He is
the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Bryson, and a brother of
Mrs. T. W. Porter, of Franklin.
Miss Delia Carlisle, of Decatur,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Carlisle, became the bride of Alton
Jones, of Atlanta and Seneca, S .C,
at a quiet ceremony, on July 2, at
the Little Church Around the Corn
er, in New York City. Rev. Ran
dolph Ray, rector of the church,
read the marriage service in the
presence of only the immediate
families of the bride and bride
Mr. Jones is a graduate of Wof
ford college, where he was a mem
ber of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity,
and an active member and coach of
the v track and football teams. He
is now associated with Lever Bro
thers company in Atlanta.
Mr. Jones is the son of Mrs.
Victor Jones and the late Mr.
Jones, and a grandson of the late
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. . Toy, of
Horse Cove, who were among the
first settlers of Macon county.
BIBLE CLASS ENTERTAINS
FOR MRS. ABERNETHY
The F. S. Johnston Bible class of
the Franklin Methodist church gave
a tea at the home of Mrs. W. A.
Rogers on last Thursday afternoon,
honoring Mrs. J. E. Abernethy, wife
of Dr. Abernethy, pastor of the
Franklin Methodist church.
The living room and dining rooms
of the Rogers home, which were
thrown ensuite, were artistically ar
ranged in quantities of gladioli,
sweet peas and zinnias.
The guests were greeted at the
door by Mrs. Lester S. Conley and
presented to the receiving line com
posed of' Mrs. P. F. Callahan, Mrs.
Abernethy, the honoree, Mrs. J. S.
Sloan, Mrs. George A. Jones, and
Mrs. T., W. Porter. Mrs. L. H. Page
and Mrs. R. G. Beshears directed
tht guests to the, dining room.
Jo set nrice can rf present the
total cost of a funeral except
the price set by the family in
its choice of casket, other
furnishings and its jaoMii,
No family should have" the
, slightest hesitancy in calling us
because of the expensa. The
prices of our caskets and items
of service are no higher and
our experienced" counsel at the
time arrangements are made
keeps the complete expense
within the limits of the amount
the family chooses to spend.
The dining room table was over
laid with an exquisite lace cloth.
The centerpiece was a bowl of
sweet peas in pastel shades, with
four white lighted tapers in silver
candle holders placed diagonally
across the table.' Mrs. H. E. Church
presided over the iunch bowl.
Others assisting in the dining
room were Mrs. W. T. Moore,
Mrs. -H. O. Cozad. and Mrs. Zeb
W. Conley. Mrs. Gordon Moore
was in charge of the registration
book, which was later presented to
During the afternoon piano selec
tions were played by Miss Virginia
Smith, who played "Valse Sere
nade," by Poldini arid ''Simple
Aveu," by Thome; Miss Sarah
Conley, playing "April Showers," by
S. Heller; Miss Virginia Slagle,
playing '.'Improvisation," by Arthur
L. Browne, Mrs. Henry W. Cabe
and Miss Sarah Conley played a
duet, "Sunflower Dance." Miss
Frances Riddle, of Columbia, S. G,
accompanied at the piano by Mrs.
Henry W. Cabe, ' sang "For You
Alone," by Henry E. Geehl, and
"Trees," by Oscar Rassch. Approxi
mately 75 guests called during the
Miss Alto Case, of Henderson-
Riifus Snyder, who was a patient
in Angel hospital for several days,
has recovered enough to be able to
be taken back to his home at the
Cozad roller mill.
D. L. Garland, of Miami, FLa.,
spent the week-end in' Franklin vis
iting his uncle, Mack Franks and
Mrs. Franks at their home on
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Howell,
o.f Greenville, S. C, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
Jones, at their home in East Frank
lin. Miss Ruth McCollum, of Atlanta,
is spending two weeks here visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.. B'.
McCollum, at their home on Palmer
Mrs. Newton Cunningham and
three children, who have been here
for a visit with Mrs. Cunningham's
mother, Mrs. Martin F. Jones, at
her home on Bonny Crest and
other relatives in and near Frank
lin, returned to their home in
Akron, Ohio on Thursday of the
Mrs. E. H. Mallonee and son,
George, of Winston-Salem, are here
for a visit with Mrs. Mallonee's
brother, Zeb Cansler and Mrs.
Cansler at their home on Greene
street, and other relatives in and
around Franklin. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sanders and
son, of Canton, spent the week-end
here with Mrs. Sanders' sister, Mrs.
L. B. Moore, at her hore on East
Main streef. -
Bobby Porter, Billy Wilkie and
Joe Pattillo returned to their re
spective homes here Friday night,
after spending a month at Fort
Mrs. Sam Poliakoff has returned
to. her home here, after' spending
.. A well, planned program of rec
reation and education has been ar
ranged for, the young people by L.
mm io& night FB&ie n
i " ii :. :i:
ville, spent two weeks here with . vgieinurpc, oa., in me .civilian m.
hcr uncle, J. B. Case and Mrs. , ta. trai"'nS c?mp.
Case, at their home on Bidwell1, Miss Ethel Daugherty, of Char
street lotte, is spending several weeks here
Mrs. Thomas Wooldridge. of, with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Porter
Asheville, is spending this week in
Franklin the guest of Mrs. J. W.
C. Johnson at Trimont Inn.
Mrs. Wade Reece and two sons,
Jerry and Todd, , of Andrews, are
spending this week with Mrs.
Reece's mother, Mrs. T. S. Wal
droop, at her home on Franklin
Mrs. R. W. Carrington and
daughter, Betty, of San Mateo,
Fla., came in Monday night for a
stay of several weeks, visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cabe,
at their home at Otto.
Harley R. Cabe, clerk of super
ior court, hs returned from Char
lotte, where he attended a conven
tion of the clerks of superior
courts for the state of North Car
olina, where approximately 40
clerks attended. Mr. Cabe was ac
companied by Carl Howard, who
was also a guest at the convention.
Ulrich Kowalski, member of the
New York stock exchange; Captain
Fisher, of the state highway pa
trol; Ray Erwin, of the state high
way patrol, of Charlotte, and Jim
Coman, member of the state patrol,
located in Franklin, were guests of
Dr. and Mrs. Furman Angel at
their fishing, lodge on Buck Creek
Monday of this week.
Mrs. W. A. McGaha returned to
her home at West's Mill Saturday,
after spending two weeks with Mrs.
Lester S. Conley and Mr. Conley,
at their home on Harrison avenue,
and other relatives and friends in
and around Franklin.
Mrs. Florence Hampton, of Bry
son City, is spending several days
in Franklin visiting at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Frank T. Smith, at
their home on Bidwell street, and
Miss Lilly Rankin at her home on
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tysinger, Jr.,
and, son, Bobby, returned to their
home here Monday, after spending
the week-end in Lexington with
Mr. Tysinger's mother, Mrs. Annie
Mr, and Mrs. John Mallonee and
grandson, of Almond, were here
Monday on business and visiting
relatives and friends.
Miss Margaret Tice, of Iotla, is
spending several. days in Statesville
Mrs. Wade Moody and daughter,
Marion, of Asheville, spent the
week-end here with her mother,
Mrs. John Ramsey, at her hoine on
, Joe Palmer, who has been con
fined to his room for the past two
weeks because of sickness, is able
to be out again.
Miss Nina Carpenter left Sunday
for Westminster, S, C, where she
will begin her school duties.
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Furr and
four children have returned to their
home here after spending a week
in Savannah, Ga., witlr Mrs. Furr's
sister, Mrs. Phillip S. Murray and
Mr, Murray, ' A ,
and Mr. Porter, at their home on
Mrs. Ruth Darnell and two daugh
ters, of Atlanta, -are spending sev
eral days visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. D. Robert Davis.
Miss Florence Stalcup, who is
working in Asheville, is spending
several days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Stalcup.
Mr. and Mrs. John Willis Fox,
of Asheville, spent the first of the
week here with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis, at the
10 days in Baltimore, Md., visiting f R. Harrill and Miss Frances Mac
relatives and friends,
Mrs. L. B. Hayes, of Charlotte,
is' spending some time here with
her mother, Mrs. Sam L. Rogers at
Mrs. Robert Johnston and two
sons have returned to their home
in Paducah, Ky., after a visit here
with Mrs. Johnston's mother-in-law,
Mrs. F. S. Johnston and sister, Mrs.
Guy. L. Houk.
Miss Marjorie Eagleton, who has
been nursing in Angel hospital for
the past 18 months, left this; week
for Baltimore, Md., where she has
accepted a position.
Mrs. Berry Rigdon and two
daughters, Sarah Florence and Nan,
returned to their home in Tifton,
Ga., Monday, after spending some
time here at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. ''Kj M. Rimmer at their home
on West Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A; White and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Pat
Townsend and family, all of Ever-'
ette, Wash., came in last week for
a 10 days' visit with Mr. White's
sister, Mrs. J. R. Morrison and Mr.
Morrison, at their home on Iotla.
Locust Hill Farm .
U for Bryson, our pace setting
C for Cartwright and Cornstock
F for Fox, they jolly us up( the
most. Also for Fullers, all three
G for Gowmans, also for ghost!
R for Rybolt, peppier than most.
S for Sangers, through raspberries
All on the farm on Locust Hill,
Where we all eat and sleep our fill.
If you eat too much. and feel ill,
We suggest soda or a pill.
. A guest.
4-H Boys And Girls
To Meet At College
Farm boys and girls from prac
tically every county in North Car-,
olina will gather at State college
next Monday to spend a week at
the annual 4-H short course, July
Gregor, 4-H club leaders at the
, At the first formal session Mon
day morning, Col. John W. Har
relson, administrative' dean of State
college, and Dr. Jane S. McKim
mon, assistant director of the ex
tension service, will address the
boys and girls. Dr. I. O. Schaub,
dean of the school of agriculture
and director of the extension ser
vice, will ' speak Monday evening.
' Governor Clyde R. Hoey will speak
Thursday and Dr. Frank P. Gra
ham, president of the University o
North Carolina, is scheduled for ait
address on Wednesday , morning.
Clyde R. Erwin, state superinten
dent of public instruction, will ,ap
pear on Friday's program.
Class work will be given from
10 to 12:45 o'clock, each morning.
The courses. . will cover parliamen
tary procedure, good grooming,
good manners,, foods and nutrition,
home care of milk, food Conserva
tion, handicrafts, room improve
ment, clothing, adventures with
books, home beautification, recrea
tion, leadership, agricultural engi
neering, conservation of natural re
sources, plant diseases, crops, live
stock, the farm shop, and horti
culture. Crowning of the State 4-11 King
and Queen of health at the .health
pageant on Thursday evening and
the candle-lighting ceremony Fri
day evening will be two of the out
standing events of the short course.
The afternoons will be occupied
with games, informal get-togethers,
swimming, and sight-seeing tours.
In addition to special programs,
the evenings will feature community
singing, vesper services, and recreation.
The 1937 cash farm income to
North Carolina; farmers, was ex
ceeded four times since 1924, re
ports , Chief Statistician W. H.
Rhodes of the state department of
Japanese beetles, enemies of more
than 200 plants, prefer white flow
ers to colored flowers, said C. H.
Brannon, chief of the state de
partment of agriculture entomology
"We pledge purselves faithfully to observe the pro
visions of this Code of Practice . . . . convinced
that Beer is the Nation's Bulwark of Moderation"
Wide-spread Praise follows adoption . of Code
of Practice by members of Brewers Foundation
THE PUBLIC'S response to the adoption of
a Code of Practice by the members of the
Brewers Foundation was prompt and
Newspapers, social service groups, and
thousands of individuals expressed great
satisfaction with the brewers' determination
to conduct their business in accord with the
desires and conscience of the American public.
The Code pledges the brewers publicly to
"support the duly constituted authorities in
the elimination of anti-social conditions
wherever they may, surround the sale of
beer to the consumer." 1 . ; , ,
How far wo can go, and how soon, de
pends very much on ourselves . .butpartly
also on you. '
Public opinion once aroused, can operate
to bring about honest enforcement of existing
laws. Restriction of your patronage only to
legal, respectable retail outlet can anil will
operate, to raise retailing standards.
Public preference for the products of Foun
dation members, identified ,by the symbol
reproduced, below, wulbear.vyitnesa, of jrpur
approval both to members and to cooperating
retailers, and will encourage .them to re
newed efforts. ' .-
UNITED BREWERS INDUSTRIAL FOUNDATION
21 East 40th Street, New York, N Y.
Correspondence is invited from
groups and individuals every
where who are interested in tht
brewing industry and its social
Look for this symbol In members' ou?n jidvertkifli v fO