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THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1941
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS BACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CON LEY, PHONE 104
MISS CLEOBELLE MOORE
BRIDE OF HENRY D'GOLYER
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moore an
nounce the marriaue of their
daughter, Cleobelle, to Henry A.
D,eGolycr, of Raleigh and Arthur
dale, W, Va.
The wedding ceremony was per
formed in Chertaw, S. C, Sunday,
Mrs. DeGolyer was attired in a
brown suit with matching acces
sories. Her corsage was of iswcet
heart roses. At present she is
employed with the C. C. Motor
company in Raleigh.
Mr'. DeGolyer is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. DeGolyer, oi
Arthurdiale, W. .a. He is em
ployed with the Farm Security
Administration in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. DeGolyer were ac
companied to Cheraw Jay Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Bruce, of Raleigh
and Mis,s Catherine Q'Bryan, of
The couple is residing at 33 Bay
well avenue in Raleigh.
MR. AND MRS. HULL
The annual missionary confer
ence of the Middle Atlantic and
South Atlantic districts of . the
American Sunday School Union is
being held from March 12 to 15
in the First Presbyterian church,
Knoxvilley Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Hull, local Sunday school work
ers in North Carolina and Geor
gia are attending the sessions of
, the conference. .
The1 convention disscussions will
renter around the theme, "The
Lord of Hosts 'Our Best Defence."
MEET MARCH 20
The Woman's Missionary So
cieties of the Franklin Baptist
church will meet on Thursday aft
ernoon, March 20, at 3 o'clock for
their monthly' business and social
Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs.
Herbert McGlamery ; Circle No. 2
with Mrs. W. H. Finley; Circle
No. 3 with Mrs. Frank Reece.
AH members are urged to attend.
MAJOR AND MRS. CARMACK
RETURN FROM FLORIDA
Major and Mrs. J". Frank Car
mack, owners of the Franklin
Lodge and Gold Course, returned
to Franklin this week from Tam
pa, Fla., where they have spent
the winter. They are occupying
th Willis apartment in the Caro
lina apartments for three weeks
tvefore going to the Lodge. Mr.
and Mrs. Willis and Miss Willis
are spending several weeks in
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Eloise Sher
rill.of Franklin to William Schooly,
The wedding ceremony was sol
emnized on Friday, February 28,
in Clayton, Ga. Judge R. C. Ramey
fn Srh1v U tin. oldest daunh- :
ter of Mrs. Jack Sherrell, Sr.? 1
and the late Jack Shcrrill !
The bride wias attired in tan and
wore brown accessories. ,
Mr. Schoolv is electrician on the
Utah construction project at Nan-
Mr. and Mrs. Schooly are re-
siding at Bryson City at present,
U. D. C. MEET WITH
MRS. H. E. CHURCH
Mrs. Herbert E. Church was hois-
tess to the Macon County t-napter
of the Untied Daughters of Con-
fetkracy a her home m the Or-
lando apartments on Harrison
avenue on Monday afternoon.
tu j:: ku ,
overlaid with an exquisite lace
,wk , rpntered with lighted
red, white and blue candles.
The annual report of the North
Carolina Division was made by
Mrs. Church, president, who pre-
sided over the business session.
She also gave a report of the
work accomplished by the local
chapter during the past year. ,
Mrs. J. Ward Long, who was
in charge of the program, gave a j
very interesting talk on Florida.
A sweet course was served ai
the conclusion of the meeting.
Funic my mwr it "Yti'1
I think I can keep you happy
now that I have learned bow to
. baka all kinds of the cakes and
hotbmids you love. I'm going
to use Rumfurd Unking Powder
all the time. For with Kuniford
I can ue any good recipe and
just follow the direct ious
without having to worry nlut
the correct amount of baking
powder to uw. With RumforJ
the amount the direction tall
for is the right amount to une
for perfect results every
time. FREE. fcVnd for nns book
let, containing doxent of
bright ideas to improve your
baking. Addrew: Kumford
Baking Powder, Box J, Kum
ford, Rhode Island:
The marriage of Miss Sarah
Belle Warren of Canton, daughter
of Mr. audi Mrs. Claude W. War
ren to . Frank Henderson Dean,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Deaii
of Franklin, has been announced.
The marriage ceremony Was per
formed ,on January 4, in York, S,
C, in the presence of a few friends.
The bride was graduated from
the Canton high school where she
also finished her commercial course.
Mr. Dean was graduated from
the Franklin high school. He is
now employed by the : Western
Carolina- Telephone .company of
The couple will reside in Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Strother
spent the week-end with Mrs.
Strother's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Jacobs were
visiting Mr. Jacobs'1 mother, Mrs.
liavid Jacobs, at her home on
Bonny Crest, during the week-end.
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Rogers,
Miss Gladys f'annell, of Franklin,
M rs. Sam Gibson and M rs. li. E.
Ward of lotla, spent the ficst of
this ,we,ek in Greensboro attending
the State Convention of the Wo
man's Missionary Society.
Sam Tallent, who is working in
Highlands, spent the week-end
here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ell Tallent,
Mrs. Tiny Green and young
daughter, Shirley Louise were vis
iting Mrs. Green's uncle, Frank
Gibson and Mrs. Gibson, in Clay
ton, Ga., last week.
Mr. ami Mrs. Ray Tallent, of
Highlands, spent the week-end in
Franklin visiting relatives and
ireinds. Mr. Tallent, who spent
several weeks in Angel hospital
as a result of injuries received
while working at Glenville, is able
to be ' on the job again.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reece, of
Canton, spent Sunday visiting Mr.
Reew's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Reece- at their home on Frank
lin Route .1.
Miss Dainy Belle Keener, ,of the
Cullasaja community, who recent
ly underwent an appendix opera
tion at Angel hospital, is reported
to be getting, along nicely. She
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Keener.
Mrs. Frank Ray, who has been
spending several weeks in Sylva
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
B. R. Morgan, spent the week-end
here with Miss Elizabeth Love.
Mrs. Ray expects to join her hus
band in Washington, I). C- soon-
Miss Helen Browning, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Browning,
of Etna, who is a Student at
Western Carolina Teachers' col
lege at CuUowhee, was elected a
member of the Queen's Court for
the .spring May Iay celebration.
Mrs. lames C. Gaither,. of Sylva,
was visiting her mother, Mrs
Cicero Grasty at her home on
Bonny Crest last week.
Billy Reece, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Reece, who is a patient
in Angel hospital suffering from
injuries received on his hand, is
reported to be getting along nicely
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Phillips
have moved into the Watkms
apartment on lotla street recently-
vacated by Air. and Airs. v. r.
R. L. Bryson, who has been ill
at Angel hospital for several days,
js ncd to bc uni,r0ved and
returncd l(t Ilis home at ,he
... u '... ,i
Mr. and Mrs. R M.
son Billy, of Knoxvillc, Tenn.,
""e here. Sunday to attend
funeral of Mrs.. Henrietta fat
' C. A. Setser is spending several
days in Raleigh with his daughter.
Mrs. Eleanor Kirkpatrick, before
she returns to Africa on March
IS, where she has been for several
years S a missionary,
Or. W. . Furr is spending this
week in Washington, D. C, on
lis q Beshears and Miss
Betty Rogers spent the week-end
in Greensboro with Mrs. Beshears'
daughter. Miss Leeida Beshears
and other friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cunning
ham, Mrs. George Wallace and
Mrs. C. C Cunningham returned
Saturday from . Daytona Beach,
Fla, where they - spent a week
with Mrs. Wallace's son, Robert
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Conley, Mrs.
W. A. Rogers spent the week-end
in Raleigh with Mrs. Rogers' hus
band, Dr. W. A. Roger
Mm. Laura Pat ton Smith and
daughter, Mrs. James Hulsey and
Mr. Hulsey and Mrs. Hulsey, Sr.,
of Gainesville. Ga., attended the
funeral of Mrs. Smith's step
mother, Mrs. Henrietta Patton,
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Perse and
son, George, and Charles Hunni
cutt of Alberquerque, N. M, are
visiting their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. E, S. Jiunnicutt.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Clark an
nounce thef birth of a daughter,
Jacqueline, at their home on the
Georgia road Wednesday, Febru
ary 20. Mf,s. Clark was the for
mer Miss Katherine Ray prior to
Twin sons, Floyd and Lloyd,
were born to Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Thomas at Angel hospital on
Thursday, February 27.
LEGION AUXILIARY TO
MEET WITH MRS. JONES'
The American Legion Auxiliary
will meet on Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Gilmer A. Jones ori the Georgia
road for its regular monthly busi
ness and isocial meeting.
Mrs. A. R. Higdort, ' president,
will preside and be in charge of
the program. AH members are re
quested to be present.
Angel Clinic News
Barbara Sue McCall, of Frank
lin, is seriously ill with pneumonia
Mrs. Dora Townsend of Aquone,
wife of Rev. Townsend, underwent
an operation Monday. Her condi
tion is satisfactory.
Mrs. Hazel Donaldson and baby
daughter are patients at the Clinic.
Mrs. Frank Sandens, of Franklin,
is seriously ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Ed Johnson, of Franklin,
underwent an 'Operation at the
Clinic Wednesday. Her condition
is reported good. -
Mrs. Henry McCall, of the Rosa
Creek section, underwent an oper
Mrs. Wilma Hannah, of the lotla
section, underwent an operation for
acute appendicitis Wednesday.
John Jones of Aquone, who has
undergone several operations re
turned, to his home Thursday.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends
for their kindness shown us in
the sicknes,s and death of our step
mother and sister, Henrietta- Pat
ton, and for the beautiful flowers.
CAREY PATTON AND FAMILY
MRS. JESS GRANT
MISS MARTHA BOSTON
"" Ml. '-pi-, - t W'f'-XinS
BURRELL MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 123 Franldin, N.C
Mr. and Mrs. Tearlcy Pickle
simer of Highlands, visited Mrs.
Picklesimer s mother, Mrs. W. H.
Moore,' Sunday. - -,,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ledbetter,
Jr., of Greenville, S. C, visited
Mr. Ledbetter's parents, Mr. and
Mns. W. C. Ledbetter, Sr., last
Mrs. John Whitner and children
of Clarkesville, Ga., spent last
week With- her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Cahe.
Miss Grace Bradley of Oak
Grove and Norfolk, Ya., visited
Misses Gladys and Willia Mae
Woods last week-end. -
Mis.s Blanche Ledbetter is vis
iting her brother, W.' C. Ledbetter
and Mrs.. 'Ledbetter in Greenville,
"Bunk" Woods and Harold Cook
spent the, week-end at Oak Grove
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Avery Brad
ley and fatnily.
Rev. George Cloer will preach
at the .Coweeta Baptist church
Suiidav afternoon, March 16, " at
2:30 o'clock. Ev.eryone. is cordially
invited to attend.
Of. the many expressions of
kindness and sympathy shown, us
in ' the sickness and death of our
son and brother, Fred, we want i
to publicly express ' our genuine:
gratitude. We-didn't know we had!
so many friends; and for fear that
s.ome.. one might be overlooked in I
formal .expressions w-e take this
means of saying to everyone, "We
thank you for every kind thought
as well as deed."
Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Montony,
Winifred and Dorothy.
FOR A GOOD S
1FISH AND OYSTERS
A G. CAGLE, Owner
FRANKLIN, N. C.
GOOD FOOD IS GOOD
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Red Cross Materials
Expected This Week
Mrs. James E. Perry, Red Crass
production chairman, has announc
ed that a new shipment of ma
terials is expected to arrive the
latter , part of the week, and will
be available for distribution at the
Red Cross work room in St. Agnes
rectory next Week.
Come in and let us show you the complete
line of McCormick-Deering Peg-Tooth Harrows.
We have a good stock of them in the style you
like best. We will quote you on a complete har
row or as many sections as you need.
A COMPLETE STOCK
Lespedeza, Garden Seeds and
Grass Seeds. Finest varieties.
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
Macon County Supply Co.
Hardware and Farm Implements
: LYMAN H1CDON AND HARVE' BRYANT, Mfr..
FRANKLIN, N. C
'3Hi mif wnEm i3EiiT4
Sewed and knitted garments td
be made will be distributed. The
information sent from Washington
headquarters of the American Red
Cross ' states that, all garments
will be sent to Great Britain.
Advertising, we repeat, is 'the
cheapest salesman that a business
can employ. .