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THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 1939
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONlAtf
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Kitchen, of
Brevard, have announced the mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Reba
Kitchen, to Charles Legarre Rus
sell, son of Mrs. Sarah Russell, of
Waynesville, on May 20 in Clayton,
Ga. The ceremony was. performed
at the home of the Rev. Waights.
N. Henry, with Mr. and Mrs. John
Hamer, of Franklin, attending.
The' bride was educated at St.
Petersburg high school and St.
Petersburg college, both at St. Pet
ersburg, Ha. For the . past year,
she has been employed in the so
cial service division of WPA Prior
to that time, she resided in Ashe
ville for three years.
Mr. Russell was graduated from
Waynesville high school and from
Wake Forest college. For the past
three years he has been manager
of the A & P store in Franklin,
but has resigned his position with
that company and will operate the
new service station being erected
by the Standard Oil company on
MAVwni.i awi rc!
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Miss Carol Maxwell, of Greens
boro and Mr. Frank Lawless, of
Leaksville were married in Clayton,
Ga., Monday afternoon, June 5.
The ceremony was performed in
the Baptist church by the Rev. J,
B. Brown, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Harvey were the only atten
r T t . . 1 A C
Mrs. lawless is tne aaugmer o.i
Edward Maxwell and the late Mrs.
Maxwell of Greensboro.
Mr. Lawless is the son of Mrs.
N. F. Lawless and the late Mr.
Lawless of Leaksville. He was for
merly employed at the bugg fu
neral Home in Leaksville but is
in Franklin at the present time in
connection with ' the Baby Derby
r being sponsored by The Franklin
Mr. and Mrs. William Elmore, of
West's Mill, announce the recent
wedding of Mrs. Elmore's sis,ter,
Miss Gertrude Whiteside, of Ruth
erfordton, to Pilot Felix Hipp, of
Mrs. Hipp is the daughter of Mr.
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Miss Vivian Cobb, experienced
and expert Beautician, is man
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Upstairs in McCoy Building
FRANKLIN, N. C.
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, Little Is known to the general
public concerning the quality
of funeral merchandise. Many
; people, otherwise fully In
j formed, have a confuted Idea
about the material worth of
mortuary furnishings. '
, Thote who choose us to serve
have the comforting lenowl
1 edge that, Irrespective of the
amount they are prepared to
pend they will receive nation
'. ally known merchandise of
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PHONE 106 NIGHT PHONE 20
and Mrs. Marion Whiteside of
Rutherfordton. She received her
collegiate training at the Asheville
Normal and Teachers college, and
did work on her Master of Arts
degree at the University of North
Carolina. For the past six years
she has been employed as teacher
in the public .schools of North Car
olina at Columbus.
Mr. Hipp is a graduate of the
Northwestern School of Aircraft,
He completed his training at De
troit; Mich., where for the past 10
years he has been employed with
the United States war department
as a pilot. Recently he was trans
f erred to the Glenn Martin Air
corporation at Baltimore, Md.
The wedding was performed at
Spartanburg, S. C, May 28, at the
home of S. C. Inman, an uncle of
the groom. The local1 pastor per
formed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Hipp left imme
diately after the wedding ceremony
for Baltimore, Md., where they will
make their home.
ST. AGNES LADIES TO
HOLD RUMMAGE SALE
The ladies of St. Agnes church
will hold a rummage sale in the
Thomas store occupying the old
Bank building on Main street on
Saturday, June 10.
GARDEN CLUB MEETS
WITH MRS. J. E. PERRY
The Franklin Garden club met
at the home of Mrs. J. E. Perry,
on Harrison avenue Monday atter
noon at 3 o'clock for the regular
business and social meeting with
19 members present.
The meeting was presided over
by Mrs. Charles Melichar, presi
dent. The reports of the committees
were made, followed by a round
table" discussion on plans for the
community building, which is a
protect the Garden club hopes
to undertake with the cooperation
of the other clubs and societies in
Franklin and Macon county. The
following members were appointed
to see the different organisations:
Mrs. J. E. Perry, American Leg
ion; Mrs. R. M. Kimmer, Eastern
Star; Mrs. Zeb Conley, United
Daughters of the Confederacy;
Mrs. John M. Archer, Rotary club;
Mrs. W. C. Penn, Chamber , ot
Commerce, and Mrs. Henry W.
Cabe, Masonic Order.
' Mrs. W. J. Long, of Boise, Idaho,
a visitor in Franklin, made an in
teresting talk on her garden club
in Boise, and the various other
clubs - she has visited. Mrs. A. R.
Higdon won the prize tor the
The July meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. J. C. Barring
ton on the Georgia road, with Mrs.
A. R. Higdon as assistant hostess.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess at the conclusion of the
Those present included: Mrs.
Charles Melichar, and her mother,
Mrs. W. J. Long, of Boise, .Idaho;
Mrs. J. Sloan, Mrs. Zeb W.
Conley, Mrs. Harve L. Bryant, Mrs.
A. R. Higdon, Mrs. I. T. Peek,
Mrs. W. C. Penn, Mrs. R. M. Rim
mer, Mrs. Henry W. Cabe, Mrs.
W. E. Furr, Mrs. Frank M. Killian,
Mrs. James L. Averill, Mrs. Frank
M. Higdon, Mrs. James A. Sutton,
Mrs. John M. Archer, Mrs. W. A.
Rogers, Mrs. A. L. Ramsey, nd
Miss Mary Willis.
Charles and William Elmore, of
West's Mill, spent last week in
$At&. F. L. Siler is spending this
month in New York City with her
Mrs. F. L. Siler addressed the
Bryson City Rotarians at their an
nual spring supper at Oneetaluga
Inn on the subject of her book on
Cherokee Lore and the Smoky
Mountains. Mrs. Siler spoke from
the advertising angle, as her book
has been distributed by tourists in
to almost every state as well as
Canada and South America.
Mrs. Martha McLeod, who has
been spending the past six months
in Springfield, 111., has returned to
Franklin for a visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. 'W. W. McConnell and
Mr. McConnell at , their home on
Iotla street. She was accompanied
MRS. W. H. MASHBURN
Who Before Her Marriage on May
9, Was Miss Ruby Hannah,
ers, and daughter, Miss Helen Bow
er,s, of Springfield, who will spend
several days in Macon county vis
iting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Long and
daughter, Miss Frances Long, of
Boise, ddaho, have arrived for a
visit of several weeks to their
daughter and sister, Mrs. Charles
Melichar and Mr. Melichar, at
their home on Harrison avenue.
Mrs. Ozella Burgess, of Woodland,
is spending the summer with her
daughter, Mrs. Sam W. Menden
hall and Mr. Mendenhall, at their
home on Harrison avenue.
Miss Ruth Higgins and Miss
Leeida Beshears have returned to
their homes after attending Wo
man's College of the University of
North Carolina, at Greensboro.
Mrs. T. B. Shepherd, of Canton,
is here for a visit with her sister,
Mrs. J. B. Uuvall, on Iotla, and
her daughter, Mrs. T. B. Higdon,
H. E. Church, Jr., has returned
to his home in the Orlando apart
ments on Harrison avenue, for a
week's visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert E. Church, after
attending North Carolina State col
lege, Raleigh, for the past year.
He was accompanied by Sam Kirby,
of Raleigh, who will spend a week
JJL rfi 0 1 U riiW
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Miss Virginia Shepherd, daugh
ter of Mrs. Minnie Myers Shep
herd, of Franklin, and the kite
Harve Shepherd, of Canton, won
first honor in the high school.
graduation at Rabun (iap-Nacoo-chee
hijjjh school, Rabun Gap, Ga.,
Monday. She was also awarded the
Citizenship medal. Miss Dorothy
Grindstaff, of Asheville and Frank
lin, was also in the graduating class.
Will Conley, who has been spend
ing several months in points in
Florida, stopped in Franklin Tues
day for a visit with his cousin,
Lester-S. Conley, and Mrs. Conley,
at their home on Harrison avenue,
enroute to Mars Hill, where he
will spend the summer.
Miss' Helen I'atton, who has been
teaching art in the public schools
in Durham, returned to her home
on Harrison avenue Tuesday. Miss
I'atton will teach the art classes
at Cullowhee in the summer school
at W. C. T. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bradley-and
Miss Mabel Cooke, of Winston
Salem, have been spending several
days with . Mr. Bradley's parents,
Mr. . and Mrs. J.. E. Bradley, of
Cullen Bryant, youngest son of
O. C. Bryant, who had his tonsils
removed at Angel hospital, Tues
day, was reported to be doing
Philip Blumenthal, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Blumenthal, who has
been an honor student at the Uni
versity of North Carolina, now in
his third year, will remain in
Chapel Hill to take courses in the
summer school. Dorothy . Blumen
thal will also" attend summer school
at the Woman's College in Greens
boro. William S. Johnson, a student at
the University of North Carolina,
will remain throughout the sum
mer term for additional courses.
Milton Sanders, a student at
Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology, has returned home for his
Mrs. Neville Sloan has returned
to Franklin from Atlanta and is
renovating and. redecorating their
home, "Tod's. Acre," for occupancy
during the summer months. Neville
Sloan and Neville Sloan, Jr., whose
work is in Atlanta, spent the week
end in Franklin. The latter has ac
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Mr. and Mrs. William E. Willis,
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with Mrs.. Willis parents,-Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Dowdle, at their home
on the Georgia road.
Haze Tallent left Monday morn
ing for Brewster, N. Y., where, he
will be employed in tunnel work.
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