THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1941
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
. : and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
MISS VIRGINIA JUSTICE
BRIDE OF ROBT. L. PATTILLO
Miss Virginia Alice Justice,
daughter of ilr. and Mrs. B. W.
Justice, of Franklin loul,e 4, and
Robert Louis Pattillo, son of Mrs.
Robert E. I'altillo,. also Of JYank
lin route 4, were quietly married
on Saturday, February 1.
The Kev, D. M. White, pastor of
the' First Baptist church in Glark
psville, was, the officiating minister,
and the ceremony was .solemnized
at the Baptist pastorium.
The bride wore 'an ensemble of
black and white, with .a corsage of
Mrs. I'altillo is a graduate of
the Franklin high stXiool and is
employed at the Angel clinic.
Mr. 1'attillo, who ' received his
education at the Franklin high
school is connected with the engi
neering department of the stat,e
Mr, and Mrs. Pattillo were ac
companied to Glarkesville by Mr.
and Mr,. George R. Pattillo,
brother of the groom; Miss Vera
Nicholson and Bill Cabe.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO
MEET AT PASTORIUM
Members of the Woman's. Mis
sionary ' Society of th,e Franklin
Eaptist church will meet with
Mrs. C. F. Rogers at the pastor
ium at 10 o'clock ' on ..Thursday
morning, February 27, for ait nil
day mission study class.
The home mission book, "The
Trial of Seed", by I'na 'Roberts
Lawrence will be taught by. tli,e
Rev. Mr. Rogers. All members are
urged to attend. Lunch will be
furnished by the attending mem
bers. . . '
Announcement is made , of the
marriage of Miss Cecil Sliuler to
Alonzo Woodard on December 8,
at Clayton, . Ga. The bride wore
gren with, matching accessories.
Mrs. Woodard is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shuler of
West's Mill, The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Woodard of Rainbow Springs.
At present the couple are stay
ing with the groom's parents. They
plan to make their home at Rain
bow Springs in the near future.
Mrs. J. N. Pendergrass, of
Franklin Route 1, has announced
the marriage of her daughter,
Phyllis, to Owen Amnions, of
Franklin Route 4.
The wedding was solemnized in
Glarkesville, Ga., . Saturday, Feb
ruary 8. -
The bride was attir.ed in a
powder blue costume with beige
accessories. She is a graduate of
the Franklin high school.
Mr. Amnions is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. V. Amnions, of
Franklin Route 4. He is now m
ployed withthe state highway de
Mr. and Mrs. Amnions are re
siding with the groom's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fain, of
Oakwood, Ga., announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Wrethea,
to Leroy Downs, of Franklin, in
Clayton, Ga., last Sunday.
The bride was attired in a dusty
rose ensemble with black acces
Mr. Downs is the youngest son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downs
of West's Mill, and is employed
by Joseph Ashear, He is a gradu
ate of the Franklin high .school
and attended Cecil's Business Col
lege. The couple will reside in the
(J. T. Blaine, who has been ill
for several weeks; is reported to
be much improved and expects, to
be . back in his store soon.
Mr,s. J. C. Barrington, who has
been a patient in Angel hospital
for several days has returned to
her home on the Georgia road.
Carl Holt, of Petersburg, Va.,
Elmer and Harry Holt,, of Washr
ington, D. C, came Tuesday to at
tend the foiaeral of their grand
mother, Mrs. Minerva Holt, at
Newman Chapel. ?
Mr: and Mrs. Lawrence Hicks,
of ' Highlands, visited M rs. Hicks'
parents, ."Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holt
at their home on Dillard, Ga.,
Route 1. v A '
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ow.ens,
of Macon, Ga., attended the funer
al of Mr.s. Owens' grandmother,
Mrs. Minerva Hoft, and remained
By MRS. JOE SETSER
MRS. CARL SLAGLE
IMPROVING AT HOSPITAL
Mrs. Carl Slagle who underwent
an operation at Angel hispital last
Thur.sUay is reported to be recov
ering satisfactorily. Her daughter,
Mrs.. 1. B. Southerland and Mr,
Soutlierland from Winston-Salem
and Siler, her son from State col
lege, Raleigli, have spent some
time her.c with her.
MRS. ROBERT PATTILLO
Who was the former Miss Virginia.
Alice (Justice, prior tii her mar
riage in ClarkesviUe, Ga.', on
Saturday, February 1.
MISS M'CARTY IS BRIDE
OF JOHN W. DAUGHTERY
Mr. and Mrs. James McCarty
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Mattie, to John Warden
Daughtery, son of Mrs. Thomas
Daughtcry, of Cohimbiis,. ..Montana,
on Wednesday, February 12. The
couple were quietly married by the
Rev. John Walk,er, rector of St.
Luke's, Episcopal church, at his
home at 148 Peachtree Circle, At
lanta, Ga.. . . .
The bride wa attired in a royal
blue ensemble with white acces
sories. -'" .
. Mr. Daughtery is employed by
the Utah Construction company on
the Nan rahala project. They will
make their home in Bryson City.
FOR MRS. J. H. YOUNG
A happy surprise was given Mrs.
J. H. Young on Sunday afternoon
when a number' of her friends
gathered at her home on Harrison
avenue to celebrate her birthday.
The lovely cake, bearing th ap
pointed number of candles, was
made by Miss Gladys Sellers.
The guests enjoying the occasion
with Mrs. Young wer Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Ray. Mr. and Mrs,
Paul Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Stockton, Mrs. A. R. Higdon,
Mrs. Derald Ashe and Mis Gladys
Sellers, of Franklin, Miss Jessie
Briggs, of Swannanoa and Wil
liam Blaine, of Asheville.
B. C BYRD SUCCEEDS
C B. WICKUFFE
B. C Byrd, son of Mr. and Mrs,
"Doc" Byrd, of Etna, has accepted
a position as mortician , with the
Bryant funeral home.
Mr. Byrd recently returned from
Idaho Falls, Idaho, where he has
worked with McHan's funeral home
for the past five years.
C B. Wkkliffe, has accepted a
position in Wareshoals, S. C He
has . been with Bryant funeral
borne for three yean.
for a visit witih Mrs-. Owens' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holt.
Friends will be glad to know
that Mrs. W. W. Sloan, who under
went a serious operation in - New
York is doing well. Mrs. Sloan is
spending the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. : J. S. McAllister. .
Mrs. S. Poliakoff has returned
from Williamson, W. Va., where
she attended the wedding of her
neice and visited relatives and
Matthew Poliakoff, a student of
the University of South Carolina,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Poliakoff.
Miss Mae Dills, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Dills, is a patient
in Angel hospital.
Mrs. Mack- Franks underwent
an appendix operation at the Angel
Clinic on Monday. She, is report
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Watkins,
Mrs. Robert Campbell and son,
Edgar, of Albany, Ga., spent the
week-,end with Mrs. Watkias' fath
er, J. A. Conley and sister, Mrs.
H. O. Cozad.
The condition of R. E. (Tony)
Welch, who recently underwent a
serious Operation in Raleigh, is re
ported to be improved.
Mr,S. W. L. Higdon is spending
several days in Wrest Asheville
with her mother, Mrs. J. S. Siler
and sister, Mrs. James Freeman.
Loy E. Parrish, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Parrish, of Etna, left
Monday for Detroit, Mich., where
he has employment.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L." Mclean, of
West's Mill left ' Thursday ' for
Raleigh where Mr. McLean will
attend the mechanical department
of North Carolina State college.'
They plan to be in Raleigh several
James Fowler, who has been
working in Tullahoma, T.enn., has
returned to his home here for a
Mrs. F. L. Siler, who has been
visiting her daughters, Miss Annie
Will Siler in New York and Mrs.
Michael D'Onofrio in Wantagh,
Long Island, N,ew York, for sev
eral weeks, has. returned to her
Miss Louise Blaine returned to
Athens, Ga.. Tuesday where she iij
attending Athens Business college,
after spending the week-end here
with her mother, Mrs. D. W.
Rev. and Mrs. C; F, Rogcr.s
spent Monday in Asheville on
business. They were accompanied
by Mrs. Derald Ashe who spent
the day in Hazelwood with her
sister, Mrs. Roy Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Chaee -Tatham
and young daughter, Patricia, of
Rhea Springs, Tenn., spent the
week-end with Mrs. Tatham's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGaha
at their home at West's Mill Mr.
Tatham returned on Sunday while
Mrs. Tatham and daughter will
visit for a week.
Mrs. Frank Calloway returned
to her home on Bonny Crest Sat
urday, after spending several
weeks in Albany, Ga., with her
son, Hilton Calloway who was
recently injured in a motorcycle
accident. Mr. Calloway is reported
to be much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Houk have
returned from Tampa, Fla., where
they spent 10 day visiting rela
tives and friends.
Andrew Jones, who is employed
on the Glenville project, visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer
A. Jones on Tuesday.
The Rev. A.- Rufus Morgan at
tended convocations of the Epis
copal church in HendersonvilU
and Shelby Tuesday and Wednes
day. He was accompanied by his
liter, Mr. Either Freas.
.H. H. Hirsch, ; who entered
Aiiwl hospital last Thursday, suf
fering from a severe attack of in
testinal influenza, developed pneu
monia Monday. He was reported
on Monday to be better. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Cun
ningham, Mrs. Howard Valentine
and ,son Billy, of Winston-Salem,
spent the first of the week visit
ing their parents, Mr and Mrs.
John F. Cunningham of Franklin
Route' 1, and Mrs. C. C. Cunning
ham in Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace
returned to their home on Frank-
Llin Route 1 Monday from Daytpna,
Fla., where they visited with their
son, Robert Wallace and Mrs.
Miss Bonnie Parrish, of Sylva,
spent Sunday with her parerts,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Parrish a?
Robert L. Ward, engineer in
the Franklin office of the Nanta
hala Power company was called
home to Pittsburgh, Pa., last
Monday on account of the sudden
death of his father from a heart
Four members of th'-. family of
Carey Patton on Bidwxll street
have been ill with influenza. One
son is recovering from pneumonia.
Buck Creek School
A Valentine party was given at
the Buck Cr.eek school last Friday
by Miss Mary H. Elmore, teacher.
Rev. Philip Green of Franklin
entertained the school children with
several songs, a story and a de
votional .exercise at 2 :30. The chil
dren and community express their
gratitude to Rev. Mr. Green for
his kindness to visit the school and
sing for them.
ST. VALENTINE PARTIES
St. Valentine's Day was cele
brated here with two parties. Mar
garet Setser and Connareje Nolen
entertained the younger children
Friday afternoon at the Setser
hom,e. Games were played and re
freshments of cakes, " cocoa and
candy were served.
Those present were, Joan ' Hop
kins, Margaret 'Waldroop, Grace
and Aeries' Setser,- Mary..' Frances,
Doris and Sarah- Dulryinple, Ni'll
Waldroop,- - Mary Slagle, Virginia
lirookshire, Beverly Christy, Con
naree Nolen, .lone and Margaret
Setser. ' ' '
Betty Jane Waldroop gave the
older children a party in the eve
ning.; Many games wre played
and it was voted one of the nicest
of the : season. Fruit punch, cakes
and candy were served. 1 The guest
list included : Mary and Margie
Constance.- Lillian Jones, Margaret
Moore, Eunna Lou Hurst, Virginia
Brookshire, Lucille Setser, Ruth
Crawford, Jeanette Harrison, Vir
ginia McGce, Jane Setser, Mary
1-Yanccs Dalrymple, Dorothy Mar
tin, Bobby Waldroop, Geo. and
Tbnv Setser, Fredrick Slagle, Andy
Setser, Wendell Brookshire,' Go.
Crawford, John Stuart Crockett
and Geo. Martin.
Mr. .and Mrs.. Van
Buying locally- helps your friends
and is usually, .more satisfactory
announce the birth of a daughter,
Mattie .Marie, at 'their home at
Leatherman, on Friday, Feb. 1.'
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Miller, on Friday,
February 7, at their home on Buck
On Thursday, February 1J,
son, Rufus Jones, was born to
Mr, and Mrs. Silas Green at
their home at Leatherman.
Ralph Benjamin, a ,son, was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Rogers
at their home In Fllijay, in V i 1 -ncsday,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roy Arn
old announce the birth' of .a daugh
ter, l.uti Belle,, at .their home' on
Cartoogechaye .oil Monday," Feb
Lucy Slagle of Atlanta, spent
last week-end with home folks.
Mrs. Norman' McDonald has been
quite sick with flu but is tetter.
1 Will Corpening spent 'the week
end at home on Cartoogechaye.
Quentin Waldroop spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Grady Waldroop, from
the CCC camp at Robbinsville.
Bert Corpening of Smokemont
CCC camp spent last week With
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, K.
Dale Rogers of Smokemont CCC
comp spent last week with his par
ents on the Georgia road.
CARD OF THANKS
Wre wish, to - rhank run- trii-ifo
for their nvuiy" " expres.i.-,n's ,
sympathy during the sickness and
death of our dear' husband an.,
father, also for the beautiful' floral
MRS. J. M. CARPENTER
Bryant Furniture Co.
AT REASONABLE PRICES
Phone 106 Franklin, N.C.
In the New Rose
ASHEVILLE FARM SCHOOL
OFFERS 2 SCHOLARSHIPS
Applications' ' have;-, been secured
for two students to enter the
Asheville Farm School in the High
School Department for the coming
summer and fall sessions iy Mary
H. Elmore. The applications have
not been placed as yet; as only
students who do not have access
to high .school transportation facil
ities will be eligible to apply for
TUe Asheville Farm School is
operated by the Board of National
Missions of the Presbyterian
church. The high school depart
ment specializes in vocational edu
cation and is accredited by. the
state of North Carolina and ac
commodates 135 .students. The
school ov acres, including
a beautiful campus an'd, has an ex
pertly managed farm, dairy and
forest with 17 well equipped h'uild-
CARD OF THANKS
To our many friends: We wish
to expr.ess our appreciation for the
kindness shown us during the sick
ness and death of our dear com
panion and mother, also for the
music by Mrs. Fred Slagle and
choir at the funeral service Which
is very much appreciated
GEO. M. JOHNSON
Franklin Route 1.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our thanks
for the help and kindness shown
during the illness and death of
Mrs. Minerva Holt.-
MR. AND MRS. J. M. HOLT
CARD OF THANKS
We want to thank our friends
for the kindness shown us during
the accident and death of our son
and brother, Henry Tudson Reeves.
MRS. TEX IE REEVES
In conjunction with vocational
education, preparation for admis
sion to college is available to those
who desire it. -
Good wire, properly .strung be
tween strong, well-braced posts,
should make a farm fence last
from 7 to 12 years.
Prints, new Spring patterns, Qc
fast colors, yd. r
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Men's Work Shirts, best CAc
grade chambray ...
Women's Print Dresses, 80 square
cloth, new Spring frocks, extra ftAc
good values'- ......
Girls' Print Dresses, best fast color Aflc
prints, sizes from 3 to 16
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Children's Shoes and Slippers, $1.00
sizes to 2 sturdy pretty
Women's Oxfords, white with brown
saddle -black brown, all sizes, $1 .50
Rayon Satin Slips, values to $1.00, C Ac .
only ... .............. OV
Cotton Bolts for OQc
BB Sheeting, good Cc
grade, yd. :
6 Lbs. Scrap Rolls, 1 Qc
while they last ,..........................:.... .
Men's Heavy Flannel Shirts, 7QC
$1.00 value ... ........... ' 17
Boys' Overalls, . tt(c
sizes to 16 pV ".
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A soft, steady, gliding new Ford ride
that takei good road or bad in a sat
isfying new kind of stride. And notice
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