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THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1939
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Stiles,
of Rabun Gap, (la., formerly of
Macon county, announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Kate Stiles,
to "Jerrcll King, of Clayton, Ga.,
on October .22.
The ceremony was performed at
the home of the bride's pastor at
Mr. King is a son of the late
Sam King, who was a grader for
the Gennett Lumbei? company in
Macon and adjoining counties for
many years. He is employed by
. the Clayton Chevrolet company.
The young couple are housekeep
ing in Clayton.
Friends of Miss Rita Shields,
formerly of Franklin, but who has
been living in Gastonia for some
time, will be interested in the news
of her marriage on Saturday, No
vember 4, in York, S. C, to
Hugh Stephens, of Gastonia.
I . Mrs. Stephens is employed at
Sallie's Dress Shop in Gastonia
and Mr. Stephens is connected
with a textile mill in that city.
Franklin and Highlands friends
of Harry C. Bailey, of San Mateo,
Fla., will be interested to learn of
his marriage in Pala'tka, Fla., on
Sunday, November 0, to Miss
Catherine Gross, of that city. The
wedding occurred at St. Mark's
Episcopal church in Palatka and
the ceremony was performed by
the Rev.' T. W. Tayloe, rector.
Mr. Bailey is well known in
Franklin and Highlands, having
made several visits to this section.
BAPTIST W. M. S. TO
MEET THURSDAY, NOV. 23
The Woman's Missionary So
cieties of the Franklin Baptist
church will meet on Thursday
atfemoon, November 23, at 3
o'clock. Circle" No. 1, will meet at
the home of Mrs. Zach Daniels
on East Main street, with Mrs.
Kyle Rogers and Mrs. Bill Hdrsley
as associate hostesses. Circle -No.
2, will meet with Mrs. John M.
Moore at her home on White Oak
street, and Circle No. 3, will meet
at the home of Mrs. Ernest Wal
ker on Palmer street. All members
are requested to attend.
OF METHODIST W. M. S.
An all-day meeting on Thurs
day, November 9, was held at the
Methodist church by the Woman's
This annual meeting in Novem
ber is for a "bringing in the
sheaves". The amount given each
year is used for the most urgent
need at the time in the great mis
sion fields. This: year the collec
tion goes for community houses
near Dallas, Texas,' and in the
American amii Irewwe. mt tie
lirlnrlahf. In eqaallfy anlc
previa by iMi organlMltM.
All people. IrreipecHve of their faith
or fortunes, receive from ox the bene
fit of all our facilities am) experience.
We' offer railed In wide range of
prion bul have no ei pedal privilege
for (ale- RegarJIeM of the funeral
coil, each fnmlly receive from u the
Hinr iimli-iatiiruling consideration and
PHONE IOC NIGMT PHONE 10
PRE HOLIDAY SPECIAL
Come in and Try One While
They are Cheap
Esther's Beauty Shop
Main Street Phone 152
West Virginia coal fields. The local
people have started so many good
things that a large building is
needed in both places. The salary
and retirement fund for deacon
esses is to get the larger share.
Also Bennet college, supported by
the Woman's Missions at Rio De
Janeiro is to receive some help.
The Brevard school for mountain
boys and girls was started and
supported for years by Southern
Woman's: Missions. It has turned
out so many fine men and women
that other colleges have merged
with it and many of our Macon
boys and girls have attended this
The president of the Franklin
society, Mrs. Zachary, was assisted
with the program by Mrs. . Geo.
Jones, Mrs. F. L. Siler, Mrs. Tom
Porter, Mrs. Callahan and others.
It was' announced at this meet
ing that the children of Mrs. F.
L. Siler were making her a Life
member of the Franklin society.
The amount, $25,00, for life mem
bership is kept in a separate de
partment and used for home mis
sions. U. D. C. MEETS WITH
MISS LILY RANKIN
The Macon county chapter of the
United, Daughters of Confederacy
held a business and social meet
ing Monday afternoon at the home
of Miss Lily Rankin, caRWerview
street, with nine membersarrdtie
visitor .attending. '
Mis Elizabeth Slagle, president,
presided over the business session.
An article was read on the histori
cal sites and other interesting
places in Virginia by Mrs. W. W.
Sloan, a native of Virginia. '
The December meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. Herbert
E. Church, in . the Orlando apart
ments on Harrison avenue. The
hostess served refreshments.
MRS. BARRINGTON HOSTESS
AT BUNCO PARTY
One of the most . enjoyable so
cial features of the season was a
party given by Mrs. Lola P. Bar
rington at her home on the Geor
gia road, Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 7. .
Six tables of Bunco played
throughout the evening. Arrange
ments of white, yellow and bronze
chrysanthemums with potted plants
were, used in decorations.
At the conclusion of the playing
Miss Elsie White and Mr. Newton
were . awarded the prizes for high
score, and Miss Charlotte Young
and E. J. Whitmire for low.
Delicious refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess assisted by her
niece, -.Miss Dorothy Penland. The
Thanksgiving motif was carried out
in the decorations and refresh
ments. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Finley, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Newton, Mr; and Mrs. T.' J.
O'Neil, Mr. and . Mrs. Lyman Hig
don, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Higdon,
Miss Lassie Kelly, Miss Charlotte
Young, Miss Elsie! White, Miss
Gloria Reagan, Miss Louise Siler,
Mrs. W. T. Moore, Miss Lu Ellen
Davis, Miss Ruby Watkins, Miss
Katherinc Porter, Miss May Beryl
Moody, Miss Nora Moody, Mrs.
Kate Moore Rhinehart, Miss Eliza
beth Slagle, E. J. Whitmire, J. C.
Hawkins, Harley Cabe, and E. B.
Yost. . '
Misses Georgia and Ellen Dow
dle, of Atlanta, visited their mother,
Mrs. George C. Dowdle, at her
home on Franklin Route 2 last
E. J. Frazier has returned to
his home ' on Franklin Route 1,
after spending several days with
his brother, W. H. Frazier and
family at their home at Wayncs
ville. Mrs. Jewell Parrish and little
daughter, Maxine, of Bryson City,
spent Sunday with the parents of
Mr. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Parrish at Etna.
Kenneth Cabe and Harold Sloan,
Jr., who are attending Brevard
We have a special
college, spent tlie week-end with
their parents here.
John Dills, deputy sheriff of
Macon county, who underwent an
operation at Angel hospital last
week, returned to his home 'Mon
day morning. He was reported to
be getting along very nicely.
Mrs.. W. D. Rcece, who has been
quite ill at her home on Franklin
Route 1, was reported to be some
what improved Saturday.
Miss Lassie Kelly, Mrs. Lola P.
Barring ton and Mrs. A. R. Hig
don attended the Armistic day pro
gram at Andrews last Saturday.
Misses Virginia and Marie Scott,
students at Brevard college, spent
the week-end with .their parents;
Mr. and Mrs. George Scott, at
their home in the Bethel commun
ity. Charlie Bradley and family have
moved from their home near the
depot to their new rock home on
J. J. Moore, of Spindalc, spent
the week-end in Franklin with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M.
Moore, and other relatives and
friends. Joe has a prosperous job
printing ibusiness in Spindale.
. Miss Bonnie Parrish, who is
working in a beauty shop at Sylva,
spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Parrish at
Miss Hilda Morris, of Bryson
City, is spending this week here
with her sister, Mrs. J. E. Whit
aker and Mr. Whitaker, at their
home on West Main street.
Mrs. Harry Bell has: returned to
her home in Coral Gables, Fla.,
after spending a month visiting
Mrs. Myra Allman at her home
on the Georgia road. She was ac
companied to Atlanta by Miss
Mary Allman, who will spend sev
eral days with her sister, Mrs. H.
B. Kelpin and Mr. Kelpin.
George Carpenter, Jr., and Britt
Carpenter, of Valdese, spent the
week-end with their father, George
Carpenter, Sr., and Mrs. Carpen
ter, at their home on Bonny Crest.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Horsley
and. son, Jimmy, left Friday for
Dawson, Ga., to spend the week
end with Mr. Horsley's mother,
Mrs. J. 'A. Horsley, who is critic
Norton Holbrooks has returned
to his work in Detroit, Mich., after
spending a week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Holbrooks, at
their home at West's Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Porter, of
From front off grille to recr of body for length where length
counts Chevrolet for '40 is the longest of ell lowest-priced cars!
BURRELL MOTOR COMPANY
Asheville, are spending several days
with. Mrs. Porter's 'mother, ;Mrs.
W. J. Zachary and sister,-" Mrs.
Harry S. Higgins and Mr. Hig
gins, at their home on Harrison
Dr. H.-.T. Horsley has returned
from Dawson, Ga., after spending
several days with his mother, Mrs.
J. A. Horsley, who has been quite
Douglas Nichols and family have
moved from the Lancaster house
on Riverview slreet to the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Calloway
on the' Bryson City road.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sellers, who
have been visiting Mr. Sellers'
brother, W. H. Sellers and Mrs.
Sellers and Mrs. Sellers brother,
Doc Byrd, at Etna, and sister,
Mrs. T. M. Hoilman in Frank
lin, returned to their home in
Gastonia Sunday. They were ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Hoilman, who spent the
first of the week in Gastonia and
Winston-Salem visiting relatives
Miss Hazel Cunningham, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cun
ningham, who has been visiting
her cousin, Miss Lillian Jones, and
other relatives iin Asheville and
Weaverville, has returned to her
home on Harrison avenue.
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Bloxham
left Monday for a motor trip to
Tampa, Fla. Mr. Bloxham is a
delegate to the Synod of the Epis
copal church which meets in
Tampa this week, and Mrs. Blox
ham is a delegate to the Woman's
Auxiliary of that body. Mrs. Fred
W. Thomas, of Asheville, spent
the week-end with Mrs. J. W. C.
Johnson and accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Bloxham to the Synod.
Miss Elizabeth Slagle, district
deputy grand matron of the 12th
district of the Eastern Star of
North Carolina, paid her official
visit to Murphy Chapter No. 10,
on Friday night. She was accom
panied by Mrs. W. C. Penn, Miss
Lassie Kelly, Mrs. Frank I. Mur
ray and Gordon Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil McCollum
have moved into their new cottage
at the foot of schoolhouse hill on
the Georgia road.
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Rogers, Mrs.
W. C. Penn, Mrs. H. T. Horsley
and Mrs. J. C. Barrington spent
Saturday in Atlanta.
Vcrcoe Watkins, who has been
a patient in the Naval hospital in
Portsmouth, Va., .suffering from an
TMostf 83 sport
In addition to being the streamlined
beauty leader of "Automobile Row" in
addition to being the ablest all-round per
former In its field
This new Chevrolet for 1940 is also the
longest of all lowest-priced cars bar none!
It's a whopping 181 inches long from the
front of its fashionable grille to the rear of
its beautifully curved body . . . which means
it has length where length counts . . .
which means it's the longest automobile
in the lowest price field!
All tests will tell you 'Chevrolet's FIRST
Again," so eye it.., try it.. . buy it today !
eye wound --inflected, several weeks
ago, has returned to. Franklin much
improved and will spend several
weeks witli his 'parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. G. Watkins.
Mrs. 'J. E. S. Thorpe and Mrs.
Herbert E. Church spent 'Monday
in Asheville.' ' ,
Mr. and. 'Mrs. J. S. ' Conley spent
the first of the week in" Atlanta
'Phil 'McCollum, popular 'post
office clerk, has been confined to
his home for several days witli an
attack .of fin, but was reported
Wednesday to be .-somewhat' im
Mrs. Allen Siler and children, of
Marshall, are visiting Mrs. F. .
Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr., and
Tommy 'I III spent the week-end
in Greensboro visiting Mrs. Angel's
parents, Mr. , and Mrs. Carinichael.
Miss Audrey Conley, a student
at Brevard college, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lfcsttr Conley.
SHARKS OUT THERE
( DON'T BE -SILLV )
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Mr. and .Mrs. Truman Moody
announce the birth of a .sou,
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inane i ruiuuu, . jr., ai Angel Hos
pital on Friday, November 10. Mrs.
Moody was the , former Miss Lily
A son, William. Emory., was born
to Mr. and Mrs: Frank Elliott at
their home on Franklin Route 4,
on Monday, November'. 13.
On Friday, November 10, a son,
Burton V., was born to 'Mr. and
Mrs. Lake II. Stiles at their home
at Riverside. . . '
A daughter, Kva' Mae, was horn
to -Mr. and Mr. Hubert West, on
Thursday, November 9, at their
home at West's Mill.
-Mr. 'and 'Mrs; George W. Rogers
announce the birth of a daughter,
Mary.. Louise,- at their home at
Cashiers on Wednesday, Novem
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