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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1939
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
Two Recent Brides
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY. PHONE 104
Baked Chicken Tonight?
By BEULAJH V. GILLASPIE
.Director, Sealtett Laboratory Kitchen
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Potts an
nounce the marriage of; their
daughter, Miss 11a I'otts, to Ver
non. Holland on Saturday, October
21. Ihe wedding ceremony was
performed in Clayton, Ga.
Mr Holland is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gurley Holland, of Cul
DINNER HONORS THOMAS
BARNARD OF ASHEVILLE
. A dinner party honoring Thomas
Barnard, of Asheville, arid W. D.
and J. L. Barnard, of Franklin,
was given on Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Poin
dexter on lotla.
There were 42 of the children
and grandchildren present for the
occasion. At the noon hour a de
licious picnic plate lunch was en
joyed on the lawn.
Among those present besides the
honorees were: Mrs. Bertha Keen
er and Miss Fuchia Barnard, , of
.Asheville; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Moore and children, Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Omohundro, Mrs. J. ' Ii.
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swaf
ford and family, C. M. Moore, Mr.
and Mrs. Bailey Barnard and fatn-ily.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wright
and two children, Robert H 1 1 and
Caroline McLean, of Newport
News. Va.. are spending a few
weeks with Mrs. Wright's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. "L. McLean, at
Mrs. Rebecca Smith, of Asheville,
spent a few days here last week
visiting relatives and friends. -
J. L. Corbin, of Otto, left this
week for Black Mountain where
he will spend several weeks in the
Miss Nettie Hurst attended the
safety driving school, conducted by
Lieut. Thomas Early, of Raleigh,
that was held in Asheville last
Mr, and Mrs. Weaver Sheffield,
of Canton, were visiting at the
home of Mr. . and Mrs. J. B. El
more at West's Mill Sunday.
Miss Mary H. Elmore attended
the teachers' meeting in Asheville
Friday and Saturday and spent the
week-end with friends in Ruther
fordton and Forest City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McCoy and
Mr. McCoy's father, William N.
McCoy, of the Gneiss community,
were among the business visitors
Mr. and Mrs. C. Tom Bryson
and daughter, Ruth, went to Bre
vard Sunday for a visit with their
daughter and sister, Miss Mildred
Bryson, a student at Brevard col
lege. Misses Lola and Jessie Ramsey,
of the Tellioo community, went to
Asheville Saturday to spend the
week-end with their sister, Miss
Virginia Ramsey, who is attend
wg Asheville Teachers' college.
Mrs. Judith Jacob, left Satur
day for her home in Verden, Okla
after spending several months with
her sister, Miss Nettie Hurst, at
her home on Franklin Routfe 3,
and other relatives throughout the
Mrs. Herbert E. Averell, of Oak
land, Calif., is spending some time
with her son, James L. Averell and
Mrs. Averell, at their, home on
Bidwell .street. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Cabe
and two children, Henry, Jr.,. and
Ann, and Mrs. Lester S. Conley
spent Sunday in Brevard with Ken
neth Cabe and Miss Audrey Con
ley, who . arc attending Brevard
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. S. Thorpe
have moved from their summer
home at Cashiers to an apartment
in the Carolina on West Main
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Carson have
returned to their home on Bid
well street, alter spending a week
with Mr. Carson's parents, Mr.
and Mr.s. E. C. Carson, at Barn
Mrs. George Prescott has re
turned to her home with Mr. and
Mrs. .1. T. Peek, after a visit with
relatives and friends in Salisbury.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swanson have
moved into an apartment in the
J. T. Peek house.
Miss Josephine Cunningham, of
r'iH'7 VL i v -v
: -. m "i $ 1 1 v' ' ,. -1 M
'H- '':,YJJ :
MRS. HORACE T, NOLEN
Who Before Her Marriage On
October 7, Was Miss Ruth
McKinney Of Franklin '
MRS. MORRIS EDWIN SMITH
The Former Miss Laura Belle
Dalrymple,' of Franklin, and Ral
eigh, Who Was Married On Oc
Goerch Didn't ,
Our friend, Carl Goerch, editor
of The State, recently found an
item in the Lavonia (Ga.) Times
which read like this:
"After eating fish and hush pup
RALPH QULDAHL-1937 and 1938 win
ner of th U. S. Opn golf championship
, $ -
iw J4 BURN SLOWER k
;iT f' S AND GIVE ME EXTRA )
"' V SMOKING PER fCK )
v t Mitrgg.
!Ck K with A BETTER J
Whatever price you pay per pack. It's Im
portant to remember this fact: By burn
Oing 25 slower than the average of the IS
other of the largest-selling brands tested
slower then any of thera CAMELS
itlve smoking plus equal to
YOUR BtST CfOAJUTTC BUY
pies to their heart's content they
Umatilla, Fla., was the week-end repaired to the Beaslev home and
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Mc- enjoyed music for quite a while."
llldlllCI V, ill 1IICII I1UII1C 111 IUC vt .1 t ,
Wright apartment on West Main Now the item was perfectly un-
street. aersianuauie txeept tor we nusn
James Robin Cunningham, and puppies, but that part put Carl
son, E. E. Cunningham, have re- up ;n the air. He didn't know
turned to their homes jn Denver anything about that great utbern
and Lyons, Colo., after spending ... ...
three weeks with his brother, F. delicacy, so he broadcast an ap-
C. Cunningham, on Franklin Route peal for information oyer the radio
3 and other relatives in Macon and through his magazine,
county. Mr. Cunningham was high- jje got action immediately by
ly pleased with the great improve- , ,, , . , f
' ' . , . j-l- letter and by wire, and some of
ments that have been made in his
native county since he left here his informants even went so far
55 years ago. This being his sec- as to question the mental calibre
ond trip back, he noted a decid- of a leading magazine editor who
ed growth in the town and the showed such abysmal ignorance in
new highways. regard to one of the must suc-
Mr. and Mrs. John Santsing, of eulent viands known to man.
Thomasvillc, and Mr. and Mrs. Those of us who were raised in
James Shoaf, and two children, of the high cotton and are veterans
Winston-Salem, are spending sev- of many fishing camps, know all
eral days with Mrs. Santsings about hush puppies, and how they
and Mrs. Shoaf 's parents, Mr. and came by the name. Here it is:
Mrs. T. C. Childers at their home In the cotton and sorghum coun
at Etna. try the cane grinding season
Dr. L. B. Newman, former assis- made a continuous festival by th
tant in surgery at Angel hospital negroes, because syrup making
and now surgeon in chief of the means working day and night un
Veterans hosDital in New York I til tne sorghum is coonea ana
City, was a visitor at Angel hos- ready for use,
pital on Tuesday. tor tne night grinding and cook
Dr. Durkev Fairchild. one of the mg the negroes provide plenty o
surgeons of the Mayo Clinic, visit- corn meal and fish (preferably
ed Dr. Furman Angel on Monday, catfish, for the cotton field negro
He was the guest of Dr. Angel at Moves not cat ' better than possum,
his home on Monday niftht. re- which is going some). Men, wo
turning to Rochester on Tuesday, men and children gather around
Dr. Fairchild was greatly delight- the cane mill, and the lish is kep
ed with the beautiful scenery of frying in deep fat. The dog
the mountains of Western North (about tight to a family) never
Carolina. get any of the fish, but they gath
Miss Pauline Norton, of Mur- er around and whine and disturb
phy: Miss Bertha Norton, of High- the gathering. This trouble with
lands, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy the dogs was the reason for hush
Long, of Rabun GaD. Ga.. SDent puppies. iome negro conceived tn
Sunday with their mother, Mrs. idea of making up corn cakes and
Fred Norton and sister, Miss Ger- frying them in the deep fat where
trude Norton. Other guests were the fish had been cooked and then
Elmer Henson, of Otto, and Miss feeding them to the dogs, with the
Flora Norton, of Highlands.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McBride, I
VI JUl U, UUUUUIIIC MIC jtlllVttl
of a daughter. Frances Evelyn.
Sunday, October 22. Mrs. McBride I , . . . , J
...III K- ,-..k.,.,l xj: 17 "; nLt.,
nui UK imtumvitu o mi33 A tail
ces Rogers, of DillarJ, Ga.
admonition, "hush puppies."
One night the supply of fish
ran out, a negro ate one of . the
cakes, and thereafter the dogs
went hungry. That colored boy
had discovered something worth
In making hush puppies, what
ever is on hand, is used. Just corn
or if it is green
corn season, the tender grains may
be shaved off and mixed in with
u - - J 1 i : .
UaptlSt Church Items chopped fine mav be added for
live "Church Loyalty Crusade' those who crave that healthful and
is creating considerable interest odorous vegetable. Don't be afraid
both within and outside the Bap- of too much grease, for the meal
tist church. Around 90 workers will absorb just so much and no
are leading in an effort to enhat J more,
all of the membership in greater This, be it remembered, is camp
loyalty to church attendance, chris- cooking, which tastes better than
tian fellowship and service. any other culinary efforts. If the
lhe pastor. Rev. C. b. Rogers, fish are too wary and the camper
will begin a special series of mcs- i experienced and has provided
sages Sunday morning at 11 o clock himself, with a slab of streak o'lean,
on the theme, "The Christian and this may be sliced, rolled in meal
His Calling. Attendance cards are and fried, making "lennessee
provided and every member of the chicken," which, when accompanied
church is requested to sign his or by hush puppies fried in the same
her name and the group number fat, is a very superior meal in
to which they belong and a record deed,
will be kept to ascertain the per- So much for Carl Goerch and his
centage of members supporting the hush puppies,
services during this Crusade.
At 7:J0 p. m. the f.rat in a Francis C McCullouffh
ertsd rf rupninii mocnuAi mi I
'The Lord's Prayer" will be given, Honored By Masons
the subject being, "Our Father Francis C. McCullough, of Macon,
Who Art In Heaven." The service Ga.. father of Mrs. Georue R. Pa
will close with the ordinance of tillo. of Franklin, was signally hon-
baptism. orcd last week by the Masonic
lhes Church Loyalty Crusade fraternity when he was summon
services will continue for 10 weeks, ed to Washington, D. C, to re-
which cover the period of time ceive the 33rd degree from the
from now until December 31. Supreme Council of the 33rd De-
Bible school at 9:45 and Brother- grce of the Ancient and Accepted
hood and B. Ti U. at 6:30 p. m. Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.
Next week will be our "open This is the highest ranking honor
week, there being five Sunday, in in Masonry. The Macon Telegraph
Botanists and biochemists at the
Univeisity cf California have dis
covered in milkweed juice an ac
tive substance that can be ucd t-i
carried a front page story telling
of Mr. McCullogh's election by
the Supreme Council.
Mr. McCullough has visited in
Franklin many times and has
numbers of friends here who will
be pleased to learn of the honor
conferred upon him.
The Ladies' Aid of the Asbury
church is giving an entertainment
at the, Otto school house Hallo
ween night, October 31. There will
be cake walks, fortune telling, a
fis-hing pond and several interest
ing games. Every one is invited.
Mrs. J. k. Norris' nieces, Misses
Tommy and Theresa Beeco, of
Chester, S. C, and Kate Henson,
of Prentiss, visited her October 14.
While here Frank Katoe and Miss
Theresa Beeco were married.
Miss Rena Seagle, of Otto, and
Frank Pruitt, an employee in CCC
camp No. J3, were married Satur
day, October 14, at Qaytsin, Ga.
They will reside with the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Seagle
-Mr. and Mrs. Ewart Henson
have moved to their new home
The Asbury Epworth League in
vites everyone to attend everv
Sunday night at 7 o'clock.
Miss Boone Dryman is critically
11 at her home on Middle Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Coward
have moved from this community
Miss Kate Moffit, of Western
Carolina Teachers' college, visited
her parents last week-end.
John Shope has accepted a po
sition in New Jersey with his
brother, Joe Shope.
John Holbrook, of Mortimer, N.
C, and Ledore Oliver, of Winston
Salem, visited Mrs. L. C. Holbrook
the past week-end.
Talmadge Bailey, of Tallapoosa,
Ga., visited friends here last weekend.
W SES-LSE'"" Kitchen
110W long since you have served
baked chicken? Just the name
of It makes the mouth water and
It Is such a satisfying main courBe
to serve, at any time. "Why not have
2 frying chickens
(2 to 2 pounds each)
Salt and pepper
3 cups milk ,
Have the chicken cut In serving
pieces. Dip in flour well seasoned
with salt and pepper. Pry In butter
over low heat turning until brown
on all sides, keeping pan covered as
much as possible. Place the chicken
in the scalded milk. Cover tightly
and bake In a slow oven (300'F.) for
30 to 35 minutes or until tender. Re
move chicken from roaster or pan
and make gravy as follows: Mix J ft
tablespoons of flour and a Uttls
water to a paste and add to the milk.
Cook, stirring constantly until thick
ened. Season with salt and pepper
and pour over the chicken. Serve
six to eight
CARD OF THANKS
We want to thank our neigh
bors and friends for their many
deeds' of kindness and acts of
sympathy shown us in the loss of
our wife and mother. Also for the
many beautiful floral offerings.
AND BYRDA NELL.
Tobacco quotas in 1940 will be
expressel in terms of acres in
stead of pounds as has been the
case in past years, explains E, Y.
Floyd, AAA executive officer at
The interest rate to farmets on
all commodity credit corporation
loans will be reduced from four to
three per cent effective November
1, reports the U. S. department of
The Federal. Surplus Commodities
corporation has announced that be
cause of a prospective large sur
plus, it will buy apples from grow
ers for distribution among relief
In this period oi world strife,
America remains one of G viola
tion's strongest bulwarks. The
faith of our fathers, in the God
given right of men to exercise
their choice in both secular and
spiritual matters, still sustains
This institution continues to serve
ail families as we would be served,
without regard to their rank, re
ligion, or resources.
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