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    SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MISS JI NK MTOY WEDS
IN CEREMONY AT MI RPIIY
Miss June McCoy, daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. James McCoy, of
lineiss. and Rex Hall, son of
Mrs. M. E. Showers and of the
late Mr. Hall, of Detroit. Mich
were married April 21 at 4 p. m.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Henry Hyatt in Murphy.
The vows were exchanged be
fore the fireplace, which was
banked with mountain laurel
and dogwood, with baskets of
white iris and white candelabra
holding white tapers on each
side. On the mantel were also
candelabra holding white tapers.
The Rev. J. Alton Morris, pas
tor of the First Baptist church
in Murphy, officiated, in the
presence of a few relatives and
close friends.
The bride was attired in a
white crepe street-length dress
with a white lace hat. Her cor
sage was of red roses. Her only
attendant was Mrs. Lex Arnold,
a sister, of Franklin, who serv
ed as matron of honor. She was
dressed in a light blue costume
and wore a corsage of red
roses.
Harold Hall, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Mrs. McCoy, mother of the
bride, wore a dress of rose silk
and a corsage of white gladioli.
Following the ceremony, Mrs.
Hyatt entertained with an in
formal reception. The two tables
in the dining room were cover
ed with lace cloths and deco
rated wi.h white iris and white
MISS MARY EVELYN ANGEL ]
TO vvr.l? SGT. J. K. DANCE
Mr. and Mrs. Zefr Angel an
nounce the engagement ol theii
daughter. Mary Evelyn, to T/Sgt.
James Randolph Dance, son ol
Mrs. Lillian W. Dance and th(
late Philip S. Dance, of Knox
ville, Tenn.
Miss Angel is a graduate oi
Franklin High school. She at
tended Meredith college, Ral
eigh, and Cecil's Business col
lege, Asheville. The Bride-elect
at present is clerk of the Se
lective service board at Franklin.
- Sgt. Dance is a native of
Knoxville and a graduate ol
Knoxville High school. Sgt.
Dance served overseas in the
European theater and is now
with the army recruiting serv
ice of the Asheville Military
district.
Plans, for the wedding have
not been announced.
candles, The three-tiered wed
ding cake was topped with a
miniature bride and groom.
Mrs. Lloyd Hendrix, assisted by
Miss Hattie Palmer and Miss
j Willie McGinney, preseded at
j the punch bowl.
After the reception, Mr. and
{ Mrs. Hall left by motor for Chi
j c-ago. They plan to reside in
Detroit.
i For traveling, the bride Wore
a lime green suit with brown
j accessories and her bridal cor:
! sage. ' .
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POLITICAL ADVERTISING
DON S. ALIAS
States Reasons
He's For Redden
Ashevilie, May 15. ? "My up- ;
permost ambition is to see I
Western North Carolina develop,
prosper and progress, and I feel I
I can make definite contribu
tion to that end by supporting
Monroe Redden for Congress",
declares Don S. Elias, Redden
district manager.
Mr. Elias, who is executive
director of Radio Station WWNC
and vice-president of the Ashe
vilie Citizen-Times company,
and who has a long record of
leadership in civic projects, sees
Mr. Redden as a seasoned and
successful attorney and business
man whose ability and energy
will make certain our section's
interests will be protected in
Washington.
"We want the Great Smoky
Mountains National park de
veloped, the Blue Ridge Park
way completed, tourist facilities
expanded, agricultural and min
ing possibilities fostered, and
more and more industries estab
lished", asserts Mr. Elias.
"Moreover, we want our indus
tries and visitors treated with
such fairness and appreciation
that others will be encouraged
to come to live and work among
us.
"The people of Western North
Carolina are entitled to the
most competent, energetic and
intelligent representation in
Congress. I am confident our
people have an awakened und
erstanding of our needs today
and will register their desires
by nominating Monroe M. Red
den in the Democratic primary."
Personal Mention
Mrs. Jud Duvall, of Franklin,
Route 3, was visiting friends
in Macon and Atlanta, Ga., the
past week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Nolen
spent Sunday in Hiawassee, Ga.,
with Mrs. Nolens parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Dave McKinney.
Miss Margaret Moore, a stu
dent at "Western Carolina
Teachers college, Cullowhee,
spent the week-end. with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A.
Moore, at their home, Franklin,
Route 1. Miss Moore was ac
companied by her roommate,
Miss Christine Aycock, of
Goldsboro.
. Albert F. Cardon, of Sylva,
who was recently discharged
from the navy, visited his
grandmother. Mrs. Nancy Car
don, at her home in' the Leath
erman community the latter
part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ray
have returned from Birming
ham, Ala., where they spent the
week-end with their daughter,
Miss Margaret Ray.
J. J. Moore, of Sumter, S. C.,
spent Sunday here with his
parents,. Mr. and Mrs. John
! Moore, at their home on White
j Gak street, returning to Sumter
Monday.
Mrs. P. M. Hawkins, of Can
I ton, Ohio, is spending several
days here with her aunt, Mrs.
W. A. Rogers.
Miss May McDowell, of Clay
ton, Ga? has been here for a
visit with Miss Lily Rankin, and
other friends in Franklin.
Mrs. I. L. Easton, of Lenoir
City, Tenn., is here visiting with
her mother, Mrs. J. S. Sloan, at
her home in East Franklin.
Charles Perry has returned to
his home in El Reno, Okla.,
after a visit here with his
mother-in-law, Mrs. C. D. Baird,
and other relatives and friends
in Franklin.
J. W. Morgan returned to his
home in Brevard Tuesday, after
a visit with relatives and friends
li the" Tellico community and
other sections of Macon coun
ty. He came over to attend the
Mother's day program given at
the Tellico B&ptist church Sun
day. His two sons, Jack and
Charles 3. Morgan, who each
spent more than 40 months In
the armed forces In the Pa
cific have received their dls
| charges, he said,
Mrs. Ella Freeman, of West
Ashcvllle, Is spending several
days in Franklin visiting Miss
Amy Harrison, at her home on
Harrison avenue, and her aunt.
Miss Lily Rankin, at her home 1
on Riverview street.
Mrs. Hannah Campbell has
returned to her home in At
lanta, Ga.. after spending sever
al weeks here with her sister
in-law, Mrs. C. D. Baird, and
other relatives and friends in.
Franklin.
Dan Tompkins, of Sylva, OPA
area chief price clerk, was in
Franklin Monday on official
business.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Higdon
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higdon |
left Wednesday by motor on a I
six-week trip to the Pacific
coast. They plan to visit Mrs.
Kate Hoyt. sister of the Higdon
brothers, at El Paso, Texas, en
route west, and in California
will visit their brother, Fred
Higdon, and two sisters, Miss
Hazel Higdon and Mrs. H. M.
Strain.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Weaver, of Welch Cove, spent
the week-end with, Mrs. Weav
er's mother, Mrs. C. A. Raby,
at her home, Franklin, Route 3.
Misses Lillian and Willie Bee
co( twin daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Beeco, of Franklin,
Route 4, were honored with a
weiner and marshmallow roast, .
and a birthday dinner at their i
home on their twenty-fifth
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birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Martin Angel, who has
been spending the past three
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her husband, who is employed
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accompanied by Mr. Angel, who
returned to his work Monday.
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Births
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinsland,
of Weaverville, have announced
the birth of a daughter, Caro
lyn Ann, at the Mission hospital,
Asheville, Wednesday, May 8.
Mr. Kinsland is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Kinsland of
Route 4, Franklin.
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Will be presented at
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Monday, May 20, 1946, at 8 p. m.
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POLITICAL ADVERTISING
HE IS THE MAN FOR THIS JOB
Zebulon Weaver's record is one of a
steady, conscientious and able public serv
ant. He does not believe in or employ spec
tacular methods of campaigning. At this
moment Mr. Weaver is at Washington tend
ing his duties in the House of Representa
tives. His goal, as always, is service to his
country and to the people of the Twelfth
Congressional District. It would be a most
serious misfortune to this District to sac
rifice, for the promises of a politically am
bitious opponent, all that he represents in
seniority, diligence, application to duty and
proven merit.
REP. ZEBULON WEAVER
Mr. Weaver has announced hit with to retire from public life at
the end of the next Congressional term of office, in 1948. His
worth to you in the two coming years must not be discounted
or fogged over by glib assurances that this is the time for a
change.
    

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