SOCIAL ACTIVITIES | and COMINGS AND GOINGS I >IISS^?a1?uARFT^"-KAY* * WKDS BIRMINGHAM MAN Mr. and Mrs. John B Ray, of Bidwell street. Franklin, have announced the marriage of their daughter. Miss Margaret Luella Ray. of Birmingham, *la? to Crossley Edward Willis, of Tex arkanna. Texas, and Birming ham. Ala., in a quiet ceremony on Friday. April 19. in Birming ham. Mrs. Willis was graduated from the Bryson City High school, and attended Woman's College at the University of of North Carolina, Greensboro, and Wheeler Business college in Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. Willis will be at h 'me at 1416 South 16th avenue, Birmingham. Personal Mention Miss Gladys Hannah, who hulils a position with the Fed eral Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D. C? is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hannah, at their home. Frank lin. Route 1. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ray spent Sunday in Knoxville, Tenn.. with their daughter, Miss Ann Ray. who is attending the University of Tennessee. Fred L. Hannah, who is teaching school in Haywood county, spent the week-end at his home. Franklin. Route 1. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cardon and grandson, Gary Neal, of Sylva, spent Sunday with Mi. Cardon's mother, Mrs, Nancy Cardon, at her home in the Leatherman community. Fred Guest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guest, of Franklin, who has been serving in the armed forces for the past sev eral months, has received his honorable discharge and is now at home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wall Signs Painted W. L. Hall Franklin (My shop is at my home, near airport) jun. Henry, of Elberton, Ga., spent the week-end with Mrs. Wall's mother, Mrs. H. O. Cozad, at her home on Harri son avenue. Mrs. Florence Hampton has returned to her home in Bry son City, after spending sever al days in Franklin with rela tives and friends. Mrs. Sam W. Stanfield, of Franklin, and daughter, Mrs. Etta Morgan, of Atlanta, Ga., recently visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Theron Home, and Mr. Home, in Greensboro. Mrs: Home was reported to be quite ill lor several days. Floyd Cardon, of Sylva, spent Ihe week-end visiting his moih er, Mrs. Nancy Cardon, and si.. ter, Mrs. Elsie Hurst, dt their home in the Leatherman com munity. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Olivef, and daughter, Miss Lola Oliver, and son, M. M. Oliver, all of LaFayette. Ga., have been vis iting relatives and friends in Macon county for several days. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Con ley, of Chattanooga, -Tenn., were here last week visiting relatives and friends. D. W. Allen, of Olympii, Wash., who has been spending the past winter at Jacksonville Beach, Fla.. is visiting his cous in, Mrs. John H. DeHart, and Mr. DeHart at their home. Franklin, Route 3, and other relatives and friends in Macr.n county. Mr. Allen, a former Mil con resident, went west mo:e than 40 years ago. Miss Lillian Beeco, who has been visiting her brother, James Beeco, and family, at Cedar Point, Md., has returned to her home. Franklin, Route 4. Jim N. Burch was separated from the navai service at ti;e naval personnel separation cen ter, Jacksonville, Fla., May 11. and has returned to his home j in Franklin. Mrs. C. S. Brown, Jr.. leit Thursday morning lor Augusiu, Ga., where she was joined by her husband, who is employed in South Carolina. They plan to spend about 10 days in Augusta visiting Mr. Brown's mother. jQ0K! ELECTRIC IRONS! Immediate Delivery I Write Name and AddreM Plainly A TERRIFIC VALUt .50 Add 35< for postage ? Cool, Easy-Grip Handle. ? Convenient Size? weight 4'/4 lbs. ? Complete with Detachable Cord. ? Suitable for All Types of Ironing. ? Attractive, Durable Chrome Finish. $5 Send Money Order or Check (thus saving C.O.D. Charges) K&K SALES COMPANY 534 Pittiburgh Life Bldg. * Dept. G-g Pittsburgh 22, Pa. VOL* AS A BRIDE FOREVER A priceless possession? a portrait of you as a bride! Our expert photographers will capture your glowing beauty so that you will have forever a fond remem brance of that day of days? your wedding day. Arrange now for a sitting in our studio. CRISP S STUDIO Phone 182-W Franklin, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cook, photographed just after the'- ad ding near Winston-Saleni, are shown above. Mrs. Cook is the former Miss Annie Byrd Bradley, of Franklin, Route 3. MISS ANNIE BYKI) BRADLEY WEDS WINSTON-SALEM MAN The marriage of Miss Annie Byrd Bradley, of Macon Coun ty, and Arville Franklin Cook was solemnized on Saturday, April 20, at the parsonage of the Mineral Springs Baptist ' church, near Winston-Salem, I with the Rev R. E. Adams of- j ficiating, using the aou'o.e ruig j ceremony. Miss Carrie Zimmerman, pi anist, played the wedding music, to which the bridal couple en tered unattended. The bride wore a sky blue i suit with a white blouse, white nosegay hat and black acces- ! sories. Her corsage was of red j rosebuds and valley lilies. Mrs. Cook is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bradley, of Franklin, Route 3, and is a graduate of the Franklin High school. Mr. Cook is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cook, of Win ston-Salem. He recently receiv ed his discharge from the arm ed forces, after spending five years in the service. He is now connected wi-th the R. J. Reyn olds Tobacco company. Following a wedding trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Cook will make their home in Win ston-Salem. | Mrs. C. S. Brown, Sr. Mrs. Joe Rickman , of the West's Mill community, who underwent an operation at the Angel hospital riiriay. of last week, is reported to be doing well. W. R. Boston has returned to his home in Mt. Vernon, Wash after. a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Fred Gray is a patient at Angel hospital, where she has been under treatment for the past week or 10 days. C. R. Sumner, Asheville Citi zen reporter, accompanied by A. J. Brookshire, of the Hender sonville Redden - for - Congress headquarters, were here Satur day in connection with a survey they were making of the dis trict, seeking to determine the >entiment in the various coun ties with reference to the con gress race. Mr. and Mrs. G. Lyle Jones, jf Asheville, spent Sunday in Franklin visiting relatives. Mrs. Norman Angel, of Chat-, ianooga. Tenn., visited relatives ?nd friends here and at Dillard, Ga., recently. ' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Osborne and soh, who have been making their home in Marietta, Ga., for some time, are now making their home in Dillard, Ga., where Mr. Osborne now is agent for the Tallulah Falls railway. Mr. and Mrs. George Hester, of Cramerton, spent a recent week-end visiting Mrs. Hester's aunt, Mrs. Hyacinth Roper, at her home on Bonny Crest, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Ray, at their home in the Flats community. Mrs. R. S. Jones has as her guest her mother, Mrs. M. J. j Halman, of LaGrange. Ga. Mrs. j Jones, accompanied by Mrs. George A. Jones and the for mer's two children, Richard and Margaret, motored td LaGrange recently., and brought her mother back with her when she returned to Franklin. 3 Macon County Men Discharged From Navy Three Macon County men re cently were discharged from the navy, according to word receiv ed here. They are James D. Dills, coxswain, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dills, of Franklin, Route 1, who had served 25 months; Calvin E. Owensbv, seaman first class, husband of Mrs. Jessie Owenby and son of General W. Owenby, of Flats, who had served 14 months; and Cecil F. Raby, sea man first class, husband of Mrs. Llllle Mae Raby and son of Mr. and M s. Charles Raby of Franklin, Route 3, who had been in service since October. 1943. Jesse R. Dotson, of Franklin, has had his automobile driver's license revoked, for drunken irlvlng, the state safety dlvi ilon has announced. Mrs. Gregory Former Macon Woman, Dies In S. C. Funeral services for Mrs. C. Gregory, 35, who died at her home at Tigersville, S. C., May 14, were held at the Sugarfork Baptist church Wednesday aft ernoon of last week. The Rev. W. L. Sorrells, pnst3r, officiat ed, assisted by the Rev. J. A Baty, Baptist minister of High lands. Interment followed in the church cemetery. The pallbearers were Leonard Corbin, Leo Corbin, Sanfora Mann, Floyd Long, George Gregory and Louis Gregory. Surviving are her husband, Carnegie Gregory; three chil i dren, Hoyt Gregory, in the U. S. Navy, stationed in Norfolk, Va? Misses Ernestine" and Jo Ann, of Tigersville; the parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Corbin, of Tigersville; two sisters, Mrs. Sanford Mann, Franklin, Route 2, and Mrs. Floyd Long, of Franklin; and two brothers, j Leonard Corbin, of Ashevilie and Leo Corbin. of Tigersville. Mrs. Gregory, the ii/imer Miss j Gladys Corbin, daugmer of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Corbin. former ly of Cullasaja, now of Tigers ville, had lived all her life in | the Cullasaja community until ' two months ago when she and her family moved to South Car olina. She was a member of the Sugarfork Baptist churcn. The body was brought to Franklin Tuesday and remained at the Bryant funeral home here until time of the funeral. Press Ads Pay NOTICE The Loyal Order of Moose meets regular ly on the first and third Thursday nights of each month at 7 :30. LAKE V. SIIOPE, Sec. JOHN WESLEY EDWARDS PROMOTED TO SEAMAN Mrs. John W. Edwards, of Franklin, has had a notice from the navy department, stating that her son, John Wesley Ed wards, 19, has been promoted to seaman first class. Seaman Edwards, who joined the navy in March 1945, is now on the U. S. S. Bausel. He com pleted the naval training course with a mark of 3.96, or just under the perfect mark of 4.00. He is now in Cuba. HIGHLANDS WOMEN ORDER MEMORIAL DAY DECORATION A group of Highlands women have arranged to have a large wreath placed in Rankin square, in Franklin, on Memorial Day, in honor of Macon County youths who served in World War 2. The wreath was ordered from West's Florists, and will be placed in the section of the square where the crosses for this county's war dend stand. Linda's Dining bervice To Open T.nis Week-end Linda's dining room service on North Fourth street will opjpn this week-end for the season, in a new building, with all equipment new and up-to-date. Less than half the cities of I the United States of more tnan | 1,000 population have 1 airports. The place U owned and oper ated by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Watson, and Is only a few blocks from the center of the village. Mrs. Watson, a Highlands girl, knows Southern cooking. Mr. Watson is from New York State. Hardee Plans Special Sermon Far Memorial Day ' In observance of National Memorial day, the Rev. Robert M. Hardee will use as his ser mon subject, "Paying Tribute at the 11 o'clock service Sun day morning at Highlands Methodist church. Mr. Hardee extends a special invitation to all ex-service men and their families to attend this Memo rial aay service. ATHLETES FOOT ITCH NOT HAKD TO KILL. IN ONE HOl'K, If not pleased, your 35c back at any drug store. TE-OL, a STRONG fungicide, contains 90% alcOhol. IT PENETRATES. Reaches MORE germs to KILL he itch. Angel's Drug Store. Join Now! Protects the Whole Family Potts' Burial Ass'n. Phone 164 or 174 If our BABY TOBAY an ADULT TOMORROW Y OUR young son or daughter will be part of a better world you are helping to build for tomor row. They will succeed or fail according to their edu cation and ability. Wise parents are providing now to assurie their children a secure place in tomorrow's world. You can do likewise with Jefferson Standard's Educator Plan and spread the cost by making small deposits while your child is still young. At no cost to you, let us come by and talk with you and your wife about it. E. J. CARPENTER DEAN CARPENTER Agents EXAMINE THE RECORD ft has been argued by opponents of Zc.hu Ion Weaver thai he is a do-nothing Representative. With this in mind, consider sonic of the Federal projects which have come into being in thi.s Congres sional District under Mr. Weaver's sponsorship or with his aid and backing. 1. Great Smoky Mountains National Park 2. I'.luc Ridge Pai^cway 3. Appalachian Experiment Station 4. Oteen Veterans Hospital 5. Moore General Army Hospital c,. Ifiawassee Dam 7. Chatuga Dam 8. Fontana Dam 9. Enlargement of Nanlahala anil Pisgah National Forest 10. Kephart Fish Hatchery 11. Numerous Pnstoffice and Federal buildings and other buildings constructed by Fed 5 eral funds. REP. ZEBULON WEAVER Many approved or eligible projects, including the J'ark to I'ark Highway, await post-war appropriation of funds, which for ob vious reasons could not he allowed during the war. Mr. Weaver is now at work and wants to remain at work on these projects. Who is the right man to continue? He who has lived with them and for them since they were horn, or he who aspires to office bv reason of an over-weening personal ambition and may or may not give them their deserved attention? A vote for Zebulon Weaver in the primary of Mav 25th is a 'vote for a great public servant.