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THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1939
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND : THE- HIGHLANDS MACdNIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
W. , M. S. TO MEET WITH
MRS. W. W. SLOAN
The regular monthly devotional
and business meeting of the Wo
man's Missionary Society of the
Franklin Methodist church will be
held at "Sunnyside Farm," the
home of Mrs. W. W. Sloan, on
Thursday, May 4.
The hour is 3 :30 and all mem
bers are urged to be present.
BUFFET SUPPER FOR
MR. AND MRS. GAINES
. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tompkins
entertained with a buffet supper on
Friday evening as a courtesy to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Gaines,
whose wedding was a recent .social
The rooms throughout were artis
tically arranged in bowjs of lilac,
tulips and narcissi.
Following' the supper, Chinese
checkers and bridge were enjoyed
by the guests Mrs. James A. Sut
ton was winner of the high score
prize for the ladies ; Robert R.
Gaines held high score for the
men, and Mrs. W. C. Penn was
winner of the cut prize.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaines were pre
sented a beautiful gift from the
office employees of . the Nantahala
Power and Light company.
Those enjoying-the hospitality of
Mr. and Mrs. Tompkius. were: Mr.
and Mrs. Gaines, the honorees;
Mr. nd Mrs. J. E. "S. Thorpe, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Penn, Mr. and
Mrs. John Archer, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert E. Church, Mr. and Mrs.
James A. Sutton, Miss Calla Cle
ment, Miss Lucy Sue Gray, Claude
Bolton and Fred Montony.
Bill Ingram, manager of the
Holly Springs baseball . team, in
behalf of the team, wishes to
thank the Holly Spring's commun
ity and vicinity, who contributed
so generously toward making the
box supper, which was held Satur
day night, a success. '
Miss Mary Enloe, who is doing i
stenographic work for the TV A,
in Knoxville, Tenn., spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Enloe, at their home
Miss Gladys . Sellers, who has
been spending' some time in West
Palm Beach, Fla,, returned to her
home on Riverview .street last
Miss Brandon Cbrpening, of
Charlotte, spent the week-end on
Cartoogechaye visiting her mother,
Mrs. J,. T.. ' Corpening and other
Dr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Neil have
moved from the Conley house on
Harrison avenue to the house re
cently vacated by Fred;Wiese and
family, who have recently moved
to Walhalla, S. C;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weaver,
of Tellico Plains, Tenn., spent the
week-end with Mrs. Weaver's moth
er, Mrs. Charles A. Raby, at her
home at Etna. They were also vis
iting Mrs. Weaver's sister, Mrs.
Ed Whittington, who' is a patient
in Angel hospital.
Mrs. Truman Moody left Mohday
for' Sylva 'where she will spend six
weeks attending the special term
of the Western Carolina Teachers'
Mrs. Fannie SUer returned to her
home on Cartoogechaye Saturday,
after a visit with her son, Thomas
Siler and family, at their home in
Asheville. She was accompanied
by Mr. Siler, who spent a while
Mr. and Mrs. John Mallonee,
of Almond, were here Monday vis
Miss Grace Bradley, who has
been vLsiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Everette Bradley, at their
home on Oak (Jrove, has returned
to ifer work in Winston-Salem.
Miss Dixie . Jo Cornwell has re
turned to her home in Benton,
Ky., after a visit here with her
sister, Mrs. Frank Leach and Mr.
LeRoy Morrison came up from
Winston-Salem Friday for a short
visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Morrison, at their home
on Oak GroveVOn his return he
was accompanied by 'his mother,
who' will .spend several days in
Mrs. Harold Kimsey and daugh
ter, Pauline, of Lincolntpn, are
spending several days on Bonny
Crest with Mrs. Kimsey's father,
W. 'G. Hall.
Miss Ruth Slagle, who has been
teaching irt Burgaw, has closed her
school and come in to spend the
summer with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Slagle, at their home
on West Main street.
Mrs. Kitty Shields, who under
went a very serious- operation at
Angel hospital last week, , was re
ported to be getting along very
C. A. Setser, who has been ill
for several weeks was able to be
out the first- of the week. His
condition is much improved and he
is well on the way Jo recovery.
Mrs. J. C Russell and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Garner, of Waynes
ville, .spent Sunday- afternoon with
Mrs. Russell's mother, Mrs. J. B.
Stalcup, at her home ' on Jotla
Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Houk, Mr,
and Mrs. James E. Perry, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Conley, Dr. and Mrs.
Walter E. Furr, Rev. J. A. Flan
agan, W. W. Sloan, John Cunning
ham and Lester Henderson 'attend
ed the district convention of Rotary
International held in Spartanburg
Monday and Tuesday. '
Mrs. E. C. Bullock, of Hamlet,
is spending several days visiting
her mother, Mrs. W. B. McGuire
and other relatives here.
Mrs. Grady Garner, of Andrews,
came over Tuesday night to be
with her father, Charlie A. Cabe,
who is quite ill at his home on
Franklin Route 2.
The condition of John H. Thom
as, who suffered a stroke of ap
oplexy at his home on Iotla
street Saturday, was . reported to
be unchanged Wednesday. His con
dition is reported to be quite .ser
ious. . ' ,
GuesS the number of beans and
get the cake and help the Girl
Scouts.. The beans and cake will
be at Perry's Drug store, Saturday
from .9:30 until 6 o'clock.
Charlie A. Cabe, who developed
pneumonia Monday, was reported
Wednesday to be quite ill at his
home on Franklin Route 2,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Roberts, of
MadisonviUe, Tenn., spent last
Sunday with Mrs. Roberts' sister,
Mrs. Bertha Ledford, on Frank
lin, Route 1. On their return they
were accompanied by their niece,
Miss Agnes Ledford, who will
spend the .summer visiting there.
Mrs. W. W. Sloan returned to
her home at "Sunnyside Farm"
Saturday evening, after spending
several weeks in New York with
her daughter, Mrs. James McAllist
er and Mr. McAllister, and in
Greenville S. C, with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Hall Swain and Mr.
Miss Katherine Ellard, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Pope Ellard, of
Cornelia, Ga., spent the week-end
here the guest ' of Miss Sarah
Mrs. T. J. Johnston has returned
to . Her home on ' Harrison avenue,
after spending several weeks in
Decatur, Ga., with her son, George
J. Johnston and Mrs, Johnston.
She was accompanied to Franklin
by Mr. Johnston, who spent a
couple of days here on business.
Misses Floy and Juanita Mead
ows, of Bryson City, spent Satur
day afternoon in Franklin with
relatives and friends. On their re
turn they were accompanied by
their cousin, Butler Justice who
spent the week-end in Bryson City.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Bulgin,
of New York and Lebanon, Mo.,
are spending two months herewith
Mr. Bulgin's sister, Mrs. W. B.
Miss Mae McDowell came up
from Clayton, Ga., Monday for the
funeral of Luther W. Hauser, held
at Mr. Ziori Methodist church
Mrs. Wade H. Moody and daugh
ter, Marian, of Asheville, spent the
week-end with Mrs. Moody's moth
er, Mrs. Texie Ramsey, at her
home on Iotla street.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hurst, of
Ridgecrest, were here the first of
the week visiting Mr. Hurst's sis
ter, Miss Nettie Hurst, at her home
on Franklin Route 3,
Fred Cabe and family have mov
ed from thel Guest house near he
depot to the Lyle house on Har
Melvin A. McDonnell, of Los
Angeles, Calif., is spending several
days with his brother, Thomas
McDonnell and family, at their
home near Otto.
Mrs. Douglas Nichols underwent
an operation for the removal of her
appendix at Angel hospital Satur
day. Her condition was reported to
be very satisfactory Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hauser
and two daughters returned to.
their home, at Mdrganton Monday,
after being called here on account
of the sickness and death of his
father, Luther W. Hauser.
Mrs. O. F. Summer and daugh
terp of Highlands, have been spend
ing several days with Mrs. Sum
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Dalrymple, at their home on White
Miss Laura Stillwell, of Kins
ton, is spending several weeks
visiting her sister, Mrs. John F.
Cunningham and Mr. Cunningham,
at their home on Franklin Route 1.
-Miss Frances McCurry, who has
been on special assignment with the
regional office of WPA for the
past four months, will complete
her work and return to her home
in Asheville on Saturday. Miss Mc
Curry has made many friends dur
ing her brief residence in Franklin.
Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson returned
home on Monday .after a visit to
her mother, Mrs. W. Blackburn
Wilson, in Washington, D. C, and
her children, Mr. and Mrs. Cantey
Johnson, in Madison.
Mrs. Grant Wilson will have
charge of the Kelly Gift Shop
during the coming season.
Phillip Blumenthal, a student: at
the University of North Carolina,
at Chapel Hill, who was in an
automobile accident Saturday night,
was reported to. have received no
serious injuries and expects to be
able to resume his school duties
within a few days. His father, who
was called to Chapel Hill, returned
to his home here Monday.
Sheriff A. B. Slagle, who under
went an operation for the removal
of his appendix at -Angel hospital
on Monday night, was reported
to be getting along nicely Tues
day; -.-. '
Mrs. Charles O. Ramsey, who has
been teachirfg ' school . at. Spruce
Pine for 'the past year, has re
turned to her home on Iotla .street.
Mrs. Frank' Moody and daughter
Miss Nora Moody, left Friday
morning for Florida, where they
plan to spend about four weeks in
different sections of the state.
Mr... and Mrs, Luther Stewman
announce the birth of a son, Doug
las Hile, at their home on Culla
saja, on Wednesday, April 19.
A son Vvas born to ' Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Verden. Reeves', on
Saturday. April. 22,. at their1 home
on Franklin- Route 3.
On Saturday, April 15, a son
was born to Mr. and Mrs. -John
VV. MeMalian, at the home of
Mrs. McM ahan's 1 parents, M r.' and
Mrs. Thomas Brown,, at Prentiss. .
Mr. and Mrs. Cirover Sheffield
announce the birth of a son, at
their home at West's Mill on Sun
day, A pril 23.
A daughter, Barbara Sue, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Rogers
Well, on Saturday, April 22, at
their home on Franklin Route 2.
A son, Billy Wilburn, was born
to Air. and. Mrs. Zeb Taylor, at
their home on Franklin Route 4,
on 'Tuesday, April 18. '
I Qn Sunday, Aprib 16, a daughter,
Elizabeth Marie, was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Lester C. Waldroop, at
their home on Cartoogechaye. .
Mr. arid Mrs. Jeff Calloway an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Nettie Elizabeth, on Monday, April
.17, at their home on Franklin
A son, Millard William, was born .
to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stamey
at their home on Franklin Route 2,
on Saturday, April 15.
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