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    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1940
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
and .'
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
MISS MARGARET COZAD
BECOMES BRIDE OF
JOHN OLIVER WALL ;
Qne of the most beautiful and
impressive nuptial ceremonies of
the season took place at high noon
last Saturday, when Miss Marga
ret Ellene Cozad, daughter of Mrs.
Henry O. Cozad and the late Mr.
Cozad, 'became the bride of John
Oliver Wall, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George N. Wall of Elberton, Ga.,
at the home oV the bride's mother
here.
The Kcv. I von L. Roberts, pastor
of the Franklin Methodist church,
performed the ceremony, using the
simple ring service. Only relatives
and a few dose friends: of the
couple were present.
The wedding march from Wag
ner's "Lohengrin" was used as a
' processional by the pianist, Mrs.
Henry W. Cabe. "Liebestraum," by
List, was played softly during the
simple ritual.
An arch of autuin foliage and
bronze chrysanthemums was used
as the background before which
the couple spoke their vows. Vases
of pink and white chrysanthe-.
mums decorated the living room
and dining room.
For the wedding the bride wore
a fall model of soldier blue crepe
with silver sequin trim. Her hat
was- a modish model in soldier
blue with shoulder veil and her
accessories were of dubonnet. Com
pleting her bridal outfit was a
corsage of sweetheart rosebuds and
litres of the valley.
Mrs. Cozad, mother of the bride,
was attired in a lapis crepe dress
with a corsage of mixed garden
flowers.
Mrs. Wall, mother of the bride
groom, wore a model of black
crepe. Her shoulder ccrsage was
of mixed garden flowers.
After the ceremony the guests
gathered in the dining room for a
. wedding dinner. The bridal table
was covered with an Irish lace
table cloth centered with a three
tier wedding cake which was deco
rated with orange blossoms and
rosebuds and topped with a minia
ture bride and bridegroom. ,
The bride is a graduate of the.
Franklin high school and of Weav
er college, Weaverville. She also
attended Greensboro college at
Greensboro. Her paternal grand
parents were Marcus E. Cozad and
Mrs, Margaret Stephens Cozad, of
Cleveland, Ohio,, who came to this
' section in 1900. Mr. Cozad was one
of the best known of Western
North Carolina's timber dealers,
lioth he and Mrs. Cozad devoted
much of their time to the civic and
educational interests of this por
tion of the state.
Mr. Wall is the son of Mr. and
Mrs, George N. Wall of Elberton,
Ga. He attended Middleton and
Elberton high schools, and is now
employed by the United States
postal department in Elberton. He
is a descendant on his paternal
side of the late Rev. James N.
Wal), who was county school sup
erintendent and representative of
Elbert county, and Mrs. Eleanor
Fortson Wall.
Immediately following the cere
mony the couple left for a wedding
trip to points in Florida, and upon
their return will be at home in
Elberton, " .
Among those from out-of-town
attending the wedding were: Mr,
and Mrs. George N. Wall, parents
of the bridegroom. Miss Mary
Eleanor Wall; sister of the bride
groom, James N. Wall, brother of
the bridegroom and Mrs. Watl,
Mrs. H. J. Buchanan, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas M. Maxwell, Mrs.
Terrarice M. Maxwell, Jefferson
Maxwell, R. O. Maxwell, Misses
Cassie and'Sarah Wall, Harry Wall,
Harry Wall, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Wall, Colonel and Mrs. Raymond
Stapleton, all of Elberton, Mrs. E.
E. Watkins, aunt of the bride and
Mr. Watkins, of Albany, Ga., and
Air. and Mrs. J. L, Martin, of
Asheville.
DOUBLE WEDDING CEREMONY
SOLEMNIZED IN CLAYTON
Mr. and Mrs. J. T." McKay, of
Franklin Route 2, have announced
the marriages of their daughter,
Miss Arbutus McKay, and their
son, Eugene McKay, in a double
ceremony solemnized at Clayton,
Ga., October 10.
Miss McKay was wed to Thom
as R. McConnell, of Franklin Route
2. She wore a wine dress with
matching accessories. A shoulder
bouquet of roses completed her
ensemble. 'v
Good Food
Whether a full course
dinner or a sandwich
is prepared here to suit
your taste.
iCAGLE'S CAFE
A G. CAGLE, Owner
FRANKLIN, N. C
, We Appreciate Your PatnafJ
Mr. McConnell is a graduate of
Franklin high school.
Mr. McKay's bride was. Miss
Edith Ballenger, of Spartanburg,
S. C. Her wedding costume was
blue with a bouquet of white roses
and lilies-Of-the-valley.
Both couples will make their
home in Winter Haven, Fla., for
the present.
STANF1ELD-EVANS
Miss Marjorie Stanfield and
Carl Evans, Jr., of Cullasaja, . were
quietly married Saturday night; Oc
tober 19, at Clayton, Ga., in the
presence of a few relatives and
friend.
Mrs. Evans is the daughter of
Mr. Benlon Stanfield of Cullasaja
and the late Mrs. Stanfield. Mr.
Evans is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Evan, Sr., of Cullasaja and
Hazelton, Pa.
They were accompanied to Clay
ton .by Mr. and Mrs. David Stan
field, uncle and aunt of the bride,
Elmer Stanfield and Miss Evalee
Frady.
PITTS-CARPENTER
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pitts have
announced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Catherine Pitts to
Edwin Carpenter, both of Dillard,
Ga., Route 1.
The ceremony was performed in
Clayton, Ga., on Saturday, Sep
tember 14. Judge R. C. Ramey, of
ficiated.
Mrs. Carpenter is the only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pitts.
She was attired in a navy romaine
dress with, black and blue acces
sories. Mr. Carpenter is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harley Carpenter, . of
Dillard, Ga., Route 1.
Mr. and Mrs; Carpenter are mak
ing their home with the bride's
parents.
FORMER FRANKLIN GIRL
IS WED IN MISSISSIPPI
An announcement was . received
here last week by Mrs. James A
Fowler of the marriage of her
niece, Miss Br on son Elizabeth
Munday, formerly of Franklin and
more recently of Iuka, Miss., to
Judge Claude Feemster Clayton, of
Tupelo, Miss., October 17.
The marriage was quietly solemn
ized at the luka Baptist church in
the presence of the immediate fam
ilies. .
For the. occasion, the bride wore
a rust-colored ' . ensemble, heavily
braided in black, with harmoniz
ing accessories.
A number of social events for
the bride-elect were given during
the weeks preceding the wedding.
Mrs. Clayton is the daughter of
Mrs. Irene Munday, Iuka, and
Harry Earl Munday, of Franklin.
She attended the University ' of
Mississippi, and also . the Univer
sity of Tennessee. She is a mem
ber of the Delta Delta Delta so
ciety. Judge' Clayton is the son of Mrs.
Claude Clayton, of Tupelo, and the
late Judge Claude Clayton. He is
presiding judge of the first district,
a graduate in law. of the University
of Mississippi, a member of the
Sigma Alpha Episilon fraternity
and a major in the 114th Field Ar
tillery of the Mississippi national
guards.
MRS. CURTIS PEARSON IS
RECIPIENT OF SHOWER
Mrs. David Sutton and Miss
Shirley McCoy entertained with a
miscellaneous shower at Panorama
Courts on Tuesday evening as a
courtesy' to Mrs. Curtis Pearson,
the former Miss Elizabeth Cabe.
The Court was artistically deco
rated in colorful autumn foliage,
pumpkins, black and orange Hal
loween decoration, making it a
festive setting for the occasion.
Mrs. Pearson was the recipient
of many attractive and useful gifts
left by the 100 or more guests at
tending. Following the opening of
the gifts, the guests enjoyed danc
ing the remainder of the evening.
The hostesses served . sandwiches,
cake and coffee.
MANY COUNTY TEACHERS
ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING
Among the teachers from this
county attending the district North
Carolina Educational Association
in Asheville Friday and Saturday
were: .
W. H. Finley, E. J. Whitmire,
Miss Genevieve White, Miss Dor
othy Plonk. Miss Helen Moore,
Mrs. Phil Green, . Miss Annie
Bailey Mrs. Pearl Hunter, Miss
Gloria Reagan, Miss Edna Jami
son, Miss Amy Henderson, Mrs.
Kate Williams, Mrs. Albert L.
Ramsey, Mrs. Virginia Ramsey,
Mrs. Lee Guffey and Mrs. Elsie
Franks.
A large number of the rural
teachers also attended this meet
ing. ' ,
MRS. A. L. WOOTEN IS
HONOR GUEST AT PARTY
According to announcement re
ceived here this week, Mrs. Asa
L. Wooten, Jr, of Bradenton, Fla,
tht former Mill Ruby Calloway,
of Franklin, was guest of honor at
a reception on Friday evening giv
en by Mr. and Mrs. Asa L
Wootens Sr., at their home in
Bradenton.
A color scheme of pink, . white
and yellow were used, throughout
the . home as decorations for the
occasion. Miss Jorgia Carr was in
charge of the bride's books, where
approximately one hundred guests
signed during the evening.
A program of piano selections
were played during the evening by
Mrs. M. H. Glisson.
Refreshments of wedding cake,
ice cream and punch were served.
T. E. L. CLASS TO MEET
WITH MRS. C. F. ROGERS
The T. E. L. Class of the Frank
lin Baptist church will meet on
Tuesday afternoon, at 3 p'clock
with Mrs. C. F. Rogers at the
New, Baptist pastorium on White
Oak street Assisting Mrs. Rogers
will be Mrs. Lola P. Barrington
and Mrs. Alba Swanson. All mem
bers are asked to attend.
U. D. C. HOLDS MEETING
WITH MRS. CHURCH
At a call meeting of the Macon
County Chapter of the United
Daughters of Confederacy held on
Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Herbert E. Church, the of
ficers to serve through the ensuing
year were elected. They include :
Mrs. Herbert E. Church, presi
dent, re-elected; Mrs." George
Slagle, vice-president, re-elected;
Miss Lily Rankin, secretary-re-elected;
Mrs. Lester S. Conley,
treasurer, re-elected; Miss Eliza
beth " Slagle, registrar; Mrs. Sam
L. Rogers, historian; Mrs. J. R
Ray, assistant historian, and Mrs.
Lon Campbell, chaplain.
Committees elected were: Fi
nance committee, Mrs. . Lester S.
Conley, chairman; Mrs.1 Lyman
Higdoh, Miss Nora Leach and Mrs.
J. R. Ray.
Credential committee, Mrs. A.
B. Slagle, chairman; Mrs." George
Slagle and Mrs. T. J. Johnston.
Sick and visiting committee in
clude Miss Lily Rankin, chairman;
Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson, Mrs. A
L: McLean and Mrs. Lon Camp
bell. Mrs. Church read a letter from
the division registrar, stating that
the Macon County Chupter of the
United Daughters of Confederacy
had won the $10.00 " registration
prize offered by Mrs. Felix Harvey
of Kinston, to the Chapter show
ing the greatest percentage of in
crease in membership during the
year on the basis of iper capita tax
paid the year just preceding.
This Chapter also won the $5.00
registration prize offered by Mrs.
H. L. Rigging of Winston-Salem,
to the Chapter, securing the sec
ond largest membership during the
year. They also won recognition
at the District meeting at Golds
boro, as being the outstanding
chapter of the year and was con
gratulated on the splendid work
they had accomplished during the
year.
This check is being held to be
applied on the quota of the chap
ters contribution toward the com
munity house which is to be erect
ed in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Waters,
of Charleston, S. C, spent a few
days here this week" with Mrs.
Waters' grandfather, John O. Har
rison and aunt, Miss Amy Harrison,
at their home on Harrison avenue.
Mrs. Waters was the former Miss
Mary Oliver Brown, daughter of
Mrs. Mary Jordon, prior to her
marriage Sunday. .
Miss Mary Johnson MacMilei
lan, field worker for the Mills
Home in Thomas ville, ' spent Tues
day night in franklin.
Ralph West, assistant manager
of the Atlantic and Pacific Tea
company here, is spending two
two . weeks in Bryson City, while
the manager of the store is own
his vacation. "Red" Rector, of
Marshal, is working in Mr. West's
place here while he is away.
Mrs. John Wasilik and Mrs, Fred
Slagle attended the district meet
ing of the Parent-Teachers Asso
ciation held in Brevard last week.
Mrs. E. R. Kennebrew, who has
been ill for several weeks, is re
ported to be improving and able
to sit up for a short while. She
is able . to receive company and
will be glad to see her friends at
anytime.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dal ton are
spending this week with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dal
ton, at West's Mill.
Mrs. T. J. Johnston has returned
from Atlanta, where she spent the
week-end with her son, George
Johnston and Mrs. Johnston.
J. C Jacobs, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gene L. Jacobs, left Monday
for Miami, Fla., where he has a
position with the National Bank
and Trust company.
Mrs. Charlie Matlock has many
friends and relatives in this sec
tion who will be glad to learn that
she is doing nicely following a
very serious operation at the Bap
tist hospital in Winston-Salem last
week.
Joe Moore, of Spindale, spent
the week-end here with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Moore.
On his return he was accompanied
by his son who had been spending
several weeks with his grandpar
ents. John Clark, who is working in
Winston-Salem, spent the first of
the week with bif fvuily their
Last Rites For Mrs.
Haskett Held Friday
Funeral services , for Mrs. jos
eph Haskett, 79, were held on Fri
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Mountain Grove Baptist church.
The Rev. Hobart Rogers; officiated.
Interment was in the church ceme
tery. Mrs. Haskett, who was the for
mer Miss Mary jane Moore, was
born on September 30, liS6l. She
was a, life-long resident of this
county and was married to Joseph
Haskett in 1881. In early girlhood
she joined the Mountain Groxe
Baptist church.
The active pallbearers were Jack
Moore, Kermit Rogers, Luther
Young, Canton Henry, Hunter
Young and Theodore Elliott. The
flower girls were Mrs. Lorenze
Moses, Mrs. Gordon Everett, and
ifisses Emma and Sarah Amnions.
Surviving are four children, Mrs.
Alex Taylor, of Waynesville; Levi
Haskett, of Ellijay ; Parker Has
kett, of Sunset, S; C, and Mrs.
Sallie Woodard of Virginia. One
sister, Mrs. Jim- Corbin, of Moun
tain Grove, 31 grandchildren, and
16 great-grandchildren. '
liome at Oak Grove. On his re
turn Wednesday he was accom
panied by his cousin, Miss : Jean
Guy, who will spend several weeks
with her aunt, Mrs. Charlie Mat
lock and Mr. Matlock.
' The Rev. Ben S. West and fam
ily have returned to their home in
Newberry, S. C, after being here
during the illness and death ui
Mr. West's father, J. Wesley West,
at Oak Grove.
Miss Helen Seay and Arthur
Manguspn, of Newark, N. J., are
spending two weeks here with Miss
Seay's mother, Mrs. C. A.' Setser
and Mr. Setser and her sister, Mrs.
Derald Ashe and Mr. Ashe, at their
home on Harrison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Watkins and
Hilton Calloway have returned to
their homes in Albany, Ga., after
spending the week-end .here, with
Mrs. Watkins' sister, Mrs. H. O.
Cozad and Mr, Calloway's mother,
Mrs. Frank Calloway. They also at
tended the Cozad-Wall wedding
while here.
Miss Doris Corbin, .who is at
tending Woman's College at the
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
C. Corbin at Gneiss.
John Archer and family have
moved from the Franks house on
Church street to their new home
recently erected on, Wayali .street.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Fulbright
and children, of Lake Junaluska,
were visiting their sisters, Misses
Angie and Callie Deal on Franklin
Route 4, on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer P. Nichols
and family of Asheville, spent the
week-end with Mrs. Nichols' moth
er, Mrs. C. H. McClure at her
home on Franklin Rtnite 2.
Mrs. W. S. Price, of Highlands,
spent several days with her sis
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saja and Mrs. Charlie Stiles at her
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.'Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Myers,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ramsey
and Mrs. Ada ' Hyatt spent Tues
day in Atlanta. ' ,
Mrs. Don Davis and two chil
dren, Tom Edel and Grace, of
Sylva, spent the week-end with
Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs. Ada
Hyatt, at her home at Otto.
Tommy Lee Cabe who has been
in the U. -S. Navy for the past
three years, arrived home Saturday
on a three weeks' furlough to visit
his parents Mr. and Mr.-. Inn
Cabe ot Otto, and other relatives
and friends. He has been stationed
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