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THURSDAY, APRIL 20 139
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON I AN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
A wedding of much interest was
that of. Miss Be&sie Nell Bingham
to G. R. Stockton, which was
solemnized in Clayton, Ga., on
Tuesday. April 11. '
. Mr. and Mrs. Stockton are both
residents of Prentiss, and are now
making their home with the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A, Stock
Mrs. J. W. Hall, of Franklin, an
nounce the marriage of her daugh
ter, Miss Annie Laura Hall, of
Newport News, Va., to Albert W.
Womble, of Camden, N. J-, son of.
Mrs. L. E. Womble, of Norfolk,
The marriage ceremony was sol
emnized on Friday, March 31, at
the home of the bride in the Marl
borough apartments in Newport
News. The Rev. Jesse H. Dallas,,
pastor of the Congregational Chris
tian church, officiating.
The bride, who was unattended,
wore a powder blue dress with
nnw accessories. Her flowers were
a shoulder corsage of Sweetheart
roses and lilies-of-the-valley.
Following a wedding trip through
the northern states, Mr. and Mrs.
Womble will make their home at
307- Crest aveaue, in Haddon
Heights, N. J.
T. E. L. CLASS TO MEET
WITH MRS. ASHE
The T. E. L. class of the Frank
lin Baptist church will meet. Tues
day, April 25 at 3 o'clock at the
: home of Mrs. Derald Ashe, with
Mrs. J. H. Carelock as joint hostess,
for the regular monthly business
meeting. All members are urged
to attend. . '. '
P..T. A. HELD FINAL
MEETING OF YEAR MONDAY
The Parent-Teacher J associatibiv
met in trfe high school, auditorium
on Monday afternoon for the final
meeting of the year.
. Mrs. John Wasilik, Jr., president,
presided over the business meeting
Following the reading of the min
utes and the treasurer's report, Mr.
Wells, principal, reported having
around $15 derived from selling
ice cream. This money will be add
ed to that made from the sale of
cakes sold at the lunch periods on
Tuesdays and Fridays. Also those
Regardless I tU amount a family
chooiet to spend for a, funeral It nat
urally prefers a service of highest
standards, one that fully represents
the modem improvements made by
the mortuary profession.
The funeral should he an individu
ally arranged expression , of respect,
not one selected from a standard
ised group of services suggestive of
We personally carry out a family's
wishes from the first call until the
rites are ended, and it returns home
to again lake up life's responsibilities,
PHONE 106 NIGHT PrIONE 00
i rr.irDARIUM REDUCTIOH CQJIP'M.
sold at the last three P.-T. A
This monev is beine applied as
oavment on the electric stove and
Lwater heater, which is being used
in the school lunch room.
Mrs. T W. Angel, Jr., recently
elected treasurer, resigned and
Mrs. James A. Sutton was elected
to fill her unexpired term.
Mrs. Wasilik expressed her ap
preciation to the teachers, the grade
mothers and the principal for the
wonderful , cooperation throughout
the past year.
Dr. P. G. Padgett, health director
for Swain and Macon counties, gave
a very interesting and instructive
talk on "Health Protection" end
ing up in a round table discussion.
The installation of officers was
held at this time with Mr. Wells,
acting as installation officer. The
Mrs. John Wasilik, Jr., president;
Mrs. A. R. Higdon, vice-president;
Mrs. James A. Sutton, treasurer;
Mrs. Lee Guffey, historian.
The auditing committee appointed
were: Mrs. Herbert E. Church,
Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr., and Mrs.
T. W. Porter, Sr. They are to
audit the books and make a report
at the Seotember meeting.
Following the meeting tea and
cakes were served. Mrs. Wasilik
and Mrs. A. R. Higdon, and two
girls from the home economic class,
served from the beautifully deco
rated tea table. The table was dec
orated in apple blossoms and white
candles placed diagonally across the
Those donating cakes were Mrs.
S. H. Lyle, Mrs. Frank Killian and
Mrs. W. T. Wright.
Mrs. Ed Whittington. who under
went an ooeration for ruptured ap
pendix, at Angel hospital last week,
was reported to e doing very
nicely -Tuesday morning.
Charles . M cGaha. whK. was- m - a-
dynamite explosion -at Mars Hill on
Mondav morning. February 13, and
who has been a patient in Aston
Park hospital since, was brought
to Angel hospital last week. He is
reported to be gradually improv
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Gaines
have returned from their wedding
trip to Miami and other points in
Florida. They are now making their
home at Hillcrest House on Bidwell
Mr. and Mrs. Mont Sutton and
two children spent a couple of days
in Atlanta visiting Mr. Sutton's
.sister, Mrs. frred Adams and Mr.
Adams. Thev were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. John Turner, " who
visited relatives and friends while
H. H. Plemmons. sanitary engi
neer, of the health department for
Macon countv. is in Chapel Hill
this week attending a lecture course,
in the school of public health ot
the state .university.
Mrs. Rebecca Smith Patton, of
Asheville, was here this week vis
iting her uncle. Frank Tv Smith and
Mrs. Smith and other relatives and
friend in Franklin.'
Mrs. George Dalrymple, who und
erwent an operation at Angel hos
pital Tuesday, was reported to be
resting verV comfortably.
George Mallonee, clerk in the
Franklin Dostoffice, who has been
confined to his room for the past
week, suffering with neuritis, is
able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Jones,
of Flats, were here Tuesday shop
ping;- ' '
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J. E. Potts, was able to be out
Tuesday, after being confined to his
bed for several days suffering with
Mrs. Jack Sanders left Monday
morning for Boston, Mass.', for a
visit with her son, Milton, who is
a .student at the Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ramey and
two children, of Enka, , spent the
first of the week with Mr. Ha
rney's parents,-Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Ramey, at their home at Utto.
B. M. Aneel. of Higdonville, spent
the' first of the week here with
D. E. Manees. assistant ranger of
the Nantahala national forest, has
taken an apartment at Mimosa Inn
on the Georgia road. Mrs, Manges
arrived here Wednesday.
Mrs. Virginia Briggs and son,
Richard and Miss Dorothy Stew
art, of Atlanta, spent the week-end
with their parents, Mr. and M rs.
D. G. Stewart, at their home on
Mrs. E. Y. Walker, who has
been quite ill in Angel hospital for
the past two weeks, has recovered
sufficiently to be removed to her
home on Palmer street.
Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sloan, spent
the week-end with Mr. Sloan's
mother, Mrs. J. S. Sloan, at her
home in East Franklin. .
Mrs. C. S. Tilley and , son, Jack,
left Saturday for Cullowhee, where
they spent several days with their
daughter and sister, Miss Virginia
Tilley, who is attending Western
Carolina Teachers' college. They al
so visited Mrs. Tilley's mother-in-law,
Mrs. G. A. Tilley, at Cullo
whee. 'John Bingham is able to be out
again after a two weeks' siege
with the flu.
Mr.s. U. K. Hyatt, of Haycsvil'.-?,
soent the week-end here with her
sister-in-law, Mrs. R. M. Waldr op,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. .
Conley on Harrison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Averell
have returned from Atlanta, wheie
thev soent two weeks visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Bennett Ol Hughes.
Mrs. W. T. Zachary and Miss.
Marearet Cozad represented the
Woman's Missionary society and
the Mary Allman Missionary so
ciety at the annual conference of
Methodist church at Lenoir iasi
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Miss Annie Slaele. who has been
spending several months in Miami
and other points in -Florida, lias
returned to her home on Cartooge
chaye. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Callahan
spent Saturday in Asheville.
Blackburn W- Johnson, of Ashe
ville, was in Franklin for several
days last week on business.
Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson has been
spending several days witli her
mother in Washington, d ). C.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Bolick
and Mrs. Carrie Maffett, of Wash
ington, 1). C, came in last week for
a visit with Mrs. ' Bolick s and Mrs.
Maffett's mother, Mrs. Hester Sell
ers, who has been critically ill at
her home on Franklin Route -4, suf
fering with influenza. '
Mrs. Ora Daugherty, of Bryson
City, spent the week-end here the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E.
Church, at their home in the Or
lando apartments on Harrison ave
Mrs. Katie Herrine:. of Burgaw,
is snendimr several davs at Kelly
Tea Room. She is the mother of
David Herring, former teacher in
the Franklin high school. Mr. Her
ring, who spent the week-end here
with friends, returned to his school
duties at Gaffney, S. C, Sunday.
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Mrs. Kitty Shields, who under
went an operation at Angel hos
pital Tuesday, for .an abscessed
kidney, was reported Wednesday,
morning to be resting very, com
fortably Mr. and Mrs. J. S Porter and
son, Charles, oi Hendersonville,
spent tlfii week-end in Frankjin
with their mothers, Mrs. J. A.
Porter, at her home on West Main
street, and Mrs. C. C. Cunningham
at her home on Main street.
Mr. .and. Mrs, Robert Can.sler,
Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Townsley
and daughter, Nancy, came over
from Brevard Saturday for a visit
with Mrs. Cansler's parents, Mr,
and Mrs. J. E. Myers, at their
home on Franklin. Route-3. (
Mr. -and Mrs. .Guy Paul and two
sons, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hayes
and three daughters, all of High
lands, spent Sunday here, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1). West. .
Mrs. Robert Reid and brother,
Paul 'Solesbee, of Mutphy, spent
the week-end with relatives and
friends in and near Franklin. They
were accompanied by Mrs. A. S.
Solesbee, who had been spending
some time in Murphy visiting.
Mrs. John Archer and two chil
dren have returned to their home
here, after spending the winter
months in Florida...
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