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THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 193
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON 1 AN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
M r. and M rs. Sloan Holbrooks, of
West's Mill, announce the marriage
of their daughter, Miss Marie Hol
brooks to Floyd Mason, son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. M-aspn, of
The wedding . ceremony was per
formed in Clayton, Ga., on Satur
day, February 11, in the presence
of a small assemblage of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason are making
their home on Iotla at present.
MISS VIRGINIA SMITH MADE
CHAIRMAN OF MUSIC
Miss Virginia Smith, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Frank T. Smith, of
Frankliii, who is music supervisor
in the school at ' Roanoke Rapids,
has been appointed chairman of the
program committee for the state
high school music contest which is
held each .spring in Greensboro.
Miss Smith recently attended a
meeting of the committee in
Greensboro at which arrangements
were made for the preliminary
contests which precede the main
FRANKLIN GARDEN CLUB
HOLDS MARCH MEETING
The Franklin Garden club met
f i tVif hnme of
Mrs. Frank Higdon on Bidwell
ctrppt. with Mrs. Tames L. Averell
as associate hostess. There . were
approximately 20 members present.
1 he meeting was presided over
by Mrs. R. M. Rimmer, president.
Following reports from the differ
'tttfpc iHa nrooosal of
building a new club house was dis
cussed Mrs. J. S. Sloan was ap
pointed to meet with the , town
.alderman on Monday night and ask
their cooperation and assistance in
t.in;irr -.htnin fun He fnr this much
A nominating committee was ap
pointed ' to nominate officers for
the ensuing year, which will be
elected at the March meeting. Those
appointed were: Mrs. T. W. Angel,
Jr., Mrs. Herbert E. Church . and
Mrs. L. H. Page.
A household plant show will be
.1 - IE t -
nem ai tne lviarcn mecuug,
the healthiest, the prettiest and the
most unique plants will be selected.
A plant .sale is expected to be held
at this time, and all members are
asked to donate either potted plants
. t 1 "H 1 1 .1
or snruDDery.- xnese wm uc, wjiu
a very low price.
Mrs. A. L. McLean read an inter
esting article by Louise Bush- Brown,
on "The Cutting Garden." The next
meeting . will be held with Mrs. L.
H. Page, on Rogers Hill, with Mrs.
Henry W. Cabe, as. associate host
ly business and social meeting. All
members are invited to be present.
T. C. BRYSON CELEBRATES
Mr. and Mrs. Carr Bryson enter
tained with a dinner at their home
at West's Mill- Sunday honoring
Mr. Bryson's father, T. G. Bryson,
Sr., on his 88th birthday anniversary.
A delicious dinner was. served by
Mr. and Mrs. Bryson and a large
number of friends called during the
day wishing the honoree many more
happy birthdays and leaving little
tokens of remembrances.
The children and grandchildren
present were : Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Scruggs and children, Jimmy, Carl,
Eva Nell and Lois, Ann, of Hazel
wood; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Press
ley and two children, Emily and
Wayne, of Canton; Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Edwards, Miss Mary Ed
wards and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Edwards, of Ellijay, Ga., and Thad
C. Bryson, of West's Mill.
Others enjoying, the hospitality of
Mr. and Mrs, Bryson were: Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Bryson, Mr. and
Mrs. J; T. Raby, Mr. and Mrs. R.
R. Rickman, Mrs. J. R. 'Ray, Mrs.
John H. Dalton, J. M. Morgan,
John W. Murray and J. W. Rick
man, of West's, Mill; Mrs. Tiney
Grant,' of Briar town, and George
Troutman, of Hazelwood.
U. D. C. TO MEET WITH
MRS. A. B. SLAGLE
The Macon County Chapter of
the United Daughters of Confeder
acy will meet ori Monday afternoon,
March 13, at 3 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. A, B. Slagle, on 'West
Main street for the regular month-
MRS. JAMES MASON
HONORED WITH BIRTHDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Mason en
tertained with a birthday dinner at
their home on Mason Branch Sun
day, complimenting Mr. Mason's
mother, Mrs. James Mason, on her
Those enjoying the hospitality of
Mr. and Mrs. Mason were: Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Bryson, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bryson, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Morrison, Mr. and Mrs, Floyd
Mason, Mrs. J. R. Morrison, Dr.
and Mrs. R. D. West, Miss Connie
Mason, Miss Edis Holbrooks, Jack
Mason and Charles. Jones.
C. A. Cabe, who has been con
fined to his bed, suffering from
pneumonia, was reported Tuesday
to be somewhat improved.
Mrs. H. T. Horsley ' and two
children, Betty, and Howard, are
spending two weeks in Daytena
Miss. Carolyn Lassiter, of Battle
boro, is on an extended visit to
her sister, Mrs. K. F. Montague,
and Mr. Montague, who have an
apartment at the' home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Curtis.
Mrs. Hallie Russell, of Atlanta,
is spending several days with her
sister, Mrs. Furman Angel and Dr.
Angel, at their home on Harrison
Mrs. George A. Jpnes left Tues
day for Asheville, where she will
spend this week attending the Wo
man's Missionary Council and visit
ing her son, Weimer Jones and
Mrs. Gus Leach has returned to
her home on West Main street,
after spending two weeks in Flor
ida visiting relatives, and friends.
Miss Maryville Higdon, who is
doing . stenographic - work in Sylva,
spent the week-end in Franklin
with her uncle, Lyman Higdon and
Mrs. William Katenbrink, of At
lanta, is spending several days vis
iting her mother, Mrs. 1 Myra All
man and sister, Miss Mary Allman,
at their home on the Georgia road.
Bill Penland, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lex Penland, of Bonny Crest, left
Monday morning for Akron, Ohio.
Mrs. Roy Mize, of Clayton, Ga.,
spent the week-end with her broth
er, Fred Palmer and Mrs. Palmer,
at their home on highway No. 28.
Miss Mary Allman, who has been
in Atlanta visiting her sisters, Mrs.
William Katenbrink and Mrs. H. B.
Kelpin, has returned to her home
Dr. and Mrs, Furman Corbin
have returned to their home in
New York City, after spending sev
eral days with Mr. Corbin's pa.i:J
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Corbin, at
their home at Cullasaja.
Miss Sarah Kelpin and Miss
Phyllis Thomas, of Atlanta, have
returned to their homes after a
visit with Miss Kelpin's grand
mother, Mrs. Myra Allman, at her
home on the Georgia road.
Mrs. D. C. McCoy has returned
to her home on Oak Grove, after
taking treatment at Angel hospital
for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bryson and
Bill Sheffield, of Detroit, Mich.,
came in Friday for a visit with
Mr. Bryson's father, Robert T. Bry
son and Mrs. Bryson at their home
at West's Mill, also for a visit with
Mrs. Bryson's and Mr. Sheffield's
father, W. C. Sheffield. They left
Tuesday for Woodrow for a visit
with Mrs. Sheffield's sister, Mrs.
E. B. Rickman and Mr. Rickman.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Fouts spent
Thursday at Glenville attending the
birthday dinner of Elbert Watson,
who celebrated his 96th birthday
anniversary. He is still enjoying fair
health and always looks forward to
having his friends in on this spe
Craig Steppe, of Aquone, was
among the business visitors here
Monday. . ,
..Mrs. Frank Palmer and son,
Frank, of Akron, Ohio, and Charles
Palmer, of Shamrock, Texas, re
turned to-.their homes Monday after
spending a week with relatives and
friends in Franklin and surrounding
vicinity. They also visited relatives
in Clayton, jGa.
Mrs. Manson Stiles has returned
to her home on Bidwell street,
after a visit with her mother, Mrs.
Joe Sweatman, who is ill. at her
home on Cartoogechaye.
. Mrs. Locke Davis and young son
have returned to their home at
Candler, after spending several clays
with'lier mother, Mrs. E'dgar A.
Van Hook, at ,her home at River
side. - v
Willie AUman has returned to his
home after spending .several weeks
in Atlanta visiting" relatives and
friends. ." ,-.''
Mr. and Mrs. W. ' M. Smart and
son, Billy, have returned to their
home in .McCormack, S. C, after
being here for the death and fun
eral of Mrs. Sinart's father, Edgar
A. Van, Hook, and for a visit with
her mother at her home at River
side. Miss Mildred Bryson, a student
at Brevard college, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Tom Bryson, at - their home at
Cullasaja, returning to her school
'Airs. J. S. Sloan has returned
from Atlanta, where she ipent a
week with her son, Neville Sloan
and Mrs. Sloan. On her return Sat
urday she was accompained by Mr.
and Mrs. Sloan, who spent the
week-end in Franklin with relatives
Harvey Smith, of Robbinsville,
was a week-end visitor in Franklin.
Mrs. Smith is stationed here with
the Area WPA as a case worker.
Manson Stile,s, who is working in
Atlanta, spent the. latter part of
the week at his home on Bidwell
Miss Eunice Whiteside, a teacher
in Kutherfordton .schools, spent the
week-end with Miss Mary Elmore
at West's Mill. .
The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs.. William Nothstein, of An
drews, formerly residents, in Frank
lin with the Nantahala forest ser
vice, were glad to greet them last
Slnday. With their little daughter,
Alary Caroline, they were glests
of Mr. and Airs. James L. Averelr.
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