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THURSDAY, JANUARY &, m
THE FRAKKL1N PRESS AND 'US HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
comings and goings
MRS. LESTER S.
many Franklin friends of
William Hauser will be interested
in the following account of his, mar
riage, which appeared in the Ashe
ville Citizen of ias.t Sunday:
"The marriage of Miss Musette
Harbison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Moran Harbison, to William R.
i Hauser took place on Friday eve
ning, December "23 at 8 o'clock tat
the home of the bride's parents,
near Morganton. Only members of
the two families were present. The
Rev. J. R. Cantrell, pas,tor of the
Calvary Baptist, church, performed
the ceremony, using the ring ser
"The vows were spoken before an
improvised altar of white pine, and
candelabra held lighted white tap
ers. Prior to the ceremony Wil
liam Harbison and Yates Harbison,
brothers, of the bride, lighted the
candles. A program of nuptial mu
sic was played by Miss Juianita
Ross and the traditional wedding
inarches were heard.
"The bride's only attendant was
her aunt, Mrs. Clarence Garrison
She wore a dress of grey with wine
accessories and her .shoulder cor
sage was of red rose buds.
"During the ceremony Miss Ross
played "Hearts and Flowers." The
bride wore a teal blue dress with
wine accessories. Her shoulder cor
sage was of yellow rosebuds.
"The bridegroom is a son of Mr,
and Mrs. L. W. Hauser, of Frank
lin. He holds a position with the
Drexel Furniture company.
"Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Hauser leit tor a
short wedding trip. Upon their re
turn they will make their home
with the bride's parents until
..The marriage of Miss Beatrice
'Iro'ze', daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Mozeley, of Otto, to Thomas
Alley, son of Mrs. John Alley and
. the late Mr. Alley, of Cullowhee,
,vwas performed Saturday afternoon,
December 24, at 4 o'clock, at the
Methodest parsonage in Clarkes
ville. Ga., by the Rev. Mr. Sewell,
using the ring ceremony.
The bride was attired in a blue
dress with blue accessories. Her
coat was rust with a silver fox
Mrs. Alley is a graduate of the
Franklin -high school. She received
her. Bachelor of Science degree
from Western Carolina Teachers
college, Cullowhee. At present she
any people, looking
serenely into the fu
ture, decide funeral
matters in advance.
In making provisions for
eventualities they feel they
are using all of the physical
control that has been vested
v in man's WILL.
We advise all people who
'desire information about
' pre-arrangements. They are
shown how to make certain
f their wishes will be fully
PHONE 106 NIGHT PHONE W
CONLEY, PHONE 104
is teaching in the public schools of
Macon county at Otto.
Mr. Alley is a graduate of the
Cullowhee high school and attended
Western Carolina Teachers college.
He is employed at W. C. T. C. as
Immediately following the cere
mony Mr.and Mrs. Alley left for a
short trip through Georgia.
After March they will be at home
They were accompanied-to Clark
esville by Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Bradley, of Otto.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dalton, of
West's Mill, announce the marriage
of their daughter, Alva, to Mr.
Ralph Shelton, son of Mrs. R. E.
Shelton and the late Mr. Shelton,
of Bumsville, on Thursday. De
cember 22, at 11 a. m. in Clayton,
Ga., with Frank Smith, ordinary,
The bride was- attired
green, with accessories m black,
She is a graduate of the Franklin
high school, and is now completing
a two-year commercial course in
Mr. Shelton has spent the past
two years in Macon county. He is
employed at Wayah equipment de
pot, as warehouse clerk, and sta
tioned at Camp 10 Aquone.
Immediately: tollowing the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs. Shelton left
for Brevard, Burnsville and other
points for a short wedding trip. .
Miss Hazel Ramesy was married
Monday, December 16, to Wayne
W. Duvall, of Franklin, it has been
announced. The ceremony was !Sol
emnized at the home of the Rev. J.
S. Stanberry, of Almond.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
B. P.. Jacobs, of Almond. She is a
graduate of Almond high school
and a part owner of Almond Cash
Mr. Duvall is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Duvall of the . Oak
Grove community. He is a graduate
of Almond high school and has
been employed by the Benjamin
Lumber and Planing company for
the past two years. The couple will
reside at Newport News, Va.
STUDENTS RETURN TO
SCHOOL AND COLLEGES
The girls and boys . from Frank
lin andMacon county have return
ed to the various colleges and uni
versities they are attending, after
spending the Christmas holidays
with their respective- parents :
Miss Alice Rickman, Wmthrop
college. Rock Hill, S. C: Miss Mar
garet West, Queens Chicora col
lege, Charlotte; Miss Helen Fost
er, Business university, Atlanta,
Ga.: Miss Audrey Conley, Mi&s
Virginia Scott, Mss Mildred Bry-
son, Brevard college, Brevard; Miss
Nina Clouse, Mt. Berry school, Mt.
Misses Pauline, Dorothy and Mil
dred Reid, Dorland-Bell school, Hot
Springs; Miss Grace Conley, Con
verse college, Spartanburg, S. C ;
Miss Roberta Enloe, University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill ; Miss
Betty Leach, Cecil's Business col
lege, Asheville; . Miss Josephine
Martin, Montreat college, Mon
treat; Miss Alta Turpin, Rabun
Gap-Nachoochee school, Rabun Gap,
Ga.; Miss Betty Rogers, Miss Dor
othy Blumenthal, Miss Ruth Hig
gins and Miss Leeida Beshears,
Woman's College of the University
of North Carolina, Greensboro ;
Miss Alice Bennett, Pfeiffer Junior
college, Misenhiemer. j :
Boone Leach, King's college,
Bristol, Tenn.; Kenneth Oabe and
Harold Sloan, Jr., Brevard college,
Brevard; Bill Blaine and Alex
Moore, Jr.. Mars Hill college, Mars
Hill; H. E. Church, Jr., James D.
Piatton, Charles Slagle, Willard
Pendergrass, Wayne Franklin, Paul
Gibson, Robert Hurst, Dennis. Pen
land, John Lyle Palmer, Siler Sla
gle, Floyd Weyman, Sexton Vinson,
Mack Setser and Carter Hurst,
North Carolina State college, Ral
eigh. Jimmy Perry, William Johnson,
John Crawford, Phillip Blumenthal
and Win ton Perry, University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Edwin
Young, ,' Western Carolina Teachers
college, , Cullowhee Georg .' Mc-
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Trio Plans 2,500
Jk2qf'- v- f "gel
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This trio cf intrepid yachtsmen have obtained permission to make
;the 2,500-mile trip from Honolulu to Samoa in a 32-foot Hawaiian outrigger
canoe. Carrier pigeons will keep them in communication with their port,
Honolulu, during the 20 days at sea. Left to right: U. S. Woodbury,
Burlington, vt.; -Don Hall, Long
tucket, R. I.
Professor Peter Kapitza, retained
by the Soviet government, has per
fected a new method of liquefying
gases, only a few details of which
are known. His discovery will have
great scientific and industrial im
portance. Clure, Clemson college, Clemson, S.
C. ; Matthew and Bernard Polia-
koff, University of South Carolina,
Columbia, S. C.
U. D. C. TO MEET '
WITH MRS. GEO. SLAGLE
The Macon County Chapter of
the United Daughters of Confed
eracy will meet on Monday after
noon, January 9, at 3 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. George Slagle.
All members are urged to be pres
ent. GARDEN CLUB MEETS
WITH MRS. CALLOWAY
Mrs. Henderson Calloway and
Mrs. Verna Greene May were joint
hostesses, for the Franklin Garden
club at the home of the former on
Bidwell street Monday afternoon at
3 o'clock, with 10 members present.
Mrs. R. M. Rimmer, president,
presided over, the business session.
Following the reading of the min
utes and the reports from the dif
ferent committees, it was decided
to have the membership commit
tee, which consists of Mrs. W. A.
"Rogers, Mrs. Frank Higdon' and
Mrs. Zeb Conley, visit the delin
quent members and urge them to
attend more regularly;
Following this meeting, if a mem
ber finds .she is unable to attend
she will please notify the hostesses
of the fact in advance of the meet
ing. At. the conclusion of the meeting
the hostesses served delicious re
MRS. W. A. ROGERS
GIVES DINNER PARTY
Mrs. W. A. Rogers entertained
in her home on Thursday of last
week a number of friends who en
joyed a .social day together and
were hearty; partakers of a lovely
and bounteous dinner. The guests
were Mrs. Jess Conley, Mrs. Hat
tie Waldroop, Mrs, Pearl Hunter,
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Beach, Calif., and Charles Kern, Paw
Airs. R. G. Beshears, Mrs. Hallie
Cozad and Mrs. Lee Leach. r
MISS KATHERINE GODWIN
Miss Katherine Godwin, grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F.
Cunningham, of Franklin Route 1,
who is taking training tor a nurse
at Mercy hospital in Charlotte, was
among the group of students who
have successfully completed their
four-months' term of probation.
A simple but effective program
was" given in the classroom at the
hospital, the occasion being the be
stowing of caps upon the students.
The caps were presented by the
sister superintendent of nurses. Al
so a framed copy of the Florence
Nightingale pledge, which had been
recited in unison, and each student
was reminded, to keep the pledge
and live up to the 'high ideals of
Mr. and . Mrs. Elam Gray left
Tuesday for their home in Dover,
Md., after a short visit with Mr.
Gray's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Gray, at their home on Franklin
Miss Virginia Slagle has return
ed to her school work in Lockhart,
S. C, after spending the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
B. Slagle, at their home on West
George M. Johnson has returned
to his work here, after spending
a week in Fayetteville visiting rel
atives and friends.
Mr, and Mrs. Wade Reece and
two sons, of Andrews, spent Mon
day here on business and visiting
Mrs. George A. Jones' has re
turned to her home on West Main
street, after spending several days
in Asheville with her son, Weimer
Jones and Mrs. Jones.
Dorothy West, the three-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
West, who has been critically ill
at their home on Greene street
for the past month, was reported
Tuesday to be slightly improved.
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takes plenty &0&ripn
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THAT OFTEN r fffff "V 1
( means nerve fl f?u OJlr
Mrs, , I, T, Peek has returned to
her home here, after spending sev
eral wecku in Fort Douglo.9, Ark,,
with- her daughter, Mrs. P. A.
Newton and Mr. Newton.
Mr, and Mrs. Dick Conley land
young daughter, of Canton, spent
the week-end visiting Mr. Conley's
parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Con
Icy, at their home on lotki street.
Franklin MetHuodist Church
Th Rev. I von L. Roberts, Pastor
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship services.
6 p. in. Vesper service.
Reb. C. F. Rogersy ' Pastor
9 :45 a. m. Sunday school.
11a.m. Preaching service.
7 p. m. B. T. U.
7:30 p. m. Preaching service.
Wednesday, 8 p. m. Prayer service
St. Agnes Episcopal Church
The Rev. Frank BloxJuun, Rector
4 p. m. Evening prayer and
Rev. J. A. Flanagan, Pastor
Franklin (Each Sunday)
1U a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship services.
Morrison (Each Sunday)
Z:ou p. m. Sunday school.
(Each 2nd and 4th Sunday)
3:3U p. m. Worship services.
Rev. A. R. RoWbaclvor, Pastor
Services in American Legion hall
second and fourth Sundays at 8 a.m.
Rev. J. C. Swaim, Pastor
1st Sunday Union II o'clock a. m. ;
m. ; Mulberry, 2 o'clock p. m. :
Hickory Knoll. 2 o'clock p. m. ;
Asbury, 3 o'clock p. m.
2nd Sunday Mt. Zion. 11 o'clock;
Maiden's Chapel, 3 o'clock p. m.
3rd Sunday Asbury, 11 o'clock
Dryman's Chapel. 3 o'clock p. m.;
Union, 7:30 o'clock p. m.
4 tli Sunday Patton's 11 o'clock
m.; Maiden's Chapel, 2 o'clock
p. m.; Mt. Zion, 7:30 o'clock p. m.
H BULGIN BROS.
WROUGHT IRON WORK
GENERAL MACHINE WORK
Franklin N. C.
FOR QUALITY CLEANING
Phone 136 Franklin, N. C.
CAN YOU AFFORD
TO BE WITHOUT IT
Funeral Benefit Insurance Costs
Are Surprisingly Small
Rates From 2l2c Month Up
According To Age
Benefits are Provided in the
Amount of $100 for Persons
Over 10 Years of Age and in
the Amount of $50 for Per-V
sons Under 10 Years of Age.
Bryant Burial Ass'n.
Franklin, N. C.
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