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.MISS KATE ANN PENLAND
WEDS C. E. GIBSON
Mr. and Mrs. Bayse Penland, j
ol Franklin, have announced 1
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Kate Ann Penland, to
Cletis E. Oibson, of the Culla
saja community.
The ceremony was performed
at the parsonage of the First
Baptist church here by the pas
tor, the Rev C E. Parker, April
19. The double ring ceremony
was used
Miss Frankie Crisp, the bride's
only attendant, served as maid
of honor, and Howard Penland, |
brother of the bride, was best
man. A program of nuptial mus
ic was presented by Mrs. Bill
Bryson.
An informal reception was '
held at the home of the bride's |
parents, following the ceremony.
Mrs Gibson, a graduate of
Franklin High school and of
Cecil's Business college, has
been employed as a stenograph
er in Asheville for the past 18
months. The groom, who is em
ployed in Detroit, Mich , served
more than two years in the
armed forces, following his
graduation from the Franklin
High school.
MISS M. L. CORBIN IS
BKIDE OF E. O. H OLDEN
Mr. and Mrs, Robert B Cor
bin, of Franklin, Route 4, have
announced the marriage of
their daughter. Miss Margaret
Louise Corbin, to Earl Orlando
Holden, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arlen Holden, of Knoxville,
Tenn.
The marriage was solemnized
April 5 at the First Methodist
church in Maryville, Tenn , with
the Rev. George J. Creswell of
ficating.
The bride was attired in a
suit of azure, with navy blue
and white accessories. Her cor
sage was of pink rosebuds and
lilies-of-the-vally.
Mrs. Holden, a graduate of
the Franklin High school and
of knoxville Business college, is
employed in the Girl Scout of
fice in Knoxville. Mr. Holden,
a graduate of the Knoxville
High school also is employed in
Knoxville.
FORMER FRANKLIN GIRL
WEDS BREVARD MAN
Announcement has been re
ceived here of the wedding of
Miss Virginia Burrell, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Bur
rell, of ftabun Gap, Ga., form
erly of Franklin, and Linton
Lanning, son of Mrs. Helen'
Wolfe, of Brevard.
The ceremony was perform
ed by the Rev. Nane Starnes, of
Asheville, at his and Mrs.
Starnes' home, on Sunday, April
6.
For the double ring ceremony,
the bride wore a gray gabar
dine suit, with black and white
accessories. Her corsage was an
orchid. Following a wedding trip
to Washington, D. C? and points
in Maryland, Mr. and Mrs. Lan
ning are making their home at
Brevard.
The bride has been employed
for sometime by the Ecusta
Paper company at Pisgah For
est.
ROLANDS HAVE ALL
CHILDREN FOR VISIT
Mr. and Mrs W. G. Roland,
of Franklin, Rotue 3, had all of
their children with them _ last
Sunday ? Mother's Day ? for the
first time 'in nearly five years.
Mr. and Mrs. Doyal Roland
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Blake Roland came from Mon
ticello, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. John
Leonard and son and Miss Kate
Roland were here from Greens
boro; Mr. and Mrs. Polk All
man and children came over
from Webster; and Jack Roland
and Miss Margaret Roland, who
make their home with their
parents, were present.
EASTERN STAR TO HOLD
BENEFIT BUNCO PARTY
A benefit Bunco party will be
held by the Nequassa chapter
of the Order of Eastern Star
Saturday night, starting 1 at 8
o'clock, at Kelly's Tea Room
Prizes will be given.
Personal Mention
Miss Emogene Landrum has
returned to her position in
Hampton, Va., after a week's
visit with her mother, Mrs Ruth
Landrum,, and other relatives
here.
John Guffey and John H Ed
wards, who are employed in
Pontiac, Mich , have been spend
ing a few days with their re
spective families.
The Rev. C. E. Parker, the
Rev. William L Sorrells, and the
Rev. George F. Scruggs, Bap
tist astors attended the South
ern Baptist convention in St.
Louis last week. Accompanying
them were Janet and Sarah
Elizabeth Parker, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Parker, and Mary
Alice Archer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs John M. Archer, Jr.
Franklin persons who attend
ed the 42nd annual session of
MISS DORIS A. CORBIN
MISS DORIS CORBIN WILL
WED MINNESOTA MAN
Miss Doris A. Corbin will wed \
DeWayne W. Lee, of Pelican j
Rapids, Minn., June 14 at the j
home Of the bride's parents, Mr. j
and Mrs. O. C. Corbin, of
Gneiss. The engagement of the 1
couple was announced this week
by Mr. and Mrs. Corbin.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the Franklin High school, at
tended Woman's college of the
University of North Carolina,
Greensboro, and was graduated
from the University of Tennes
see, Knoxville.
Mr. Lee, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Lee, of Pelican Rap
ids, was graduated in chemistry
from Concordia college at
Moorhead, Minn, and is em
ployed at Oak Ridge, Tenn., by
the Tennessee Eastman corpor
ation, with which firm both he
and Miss Corbin have been con
nected for the past four years.
Weaverville last week includ- 1
ed the Rev B Hoyt Evans, Mrs.
Claude Bolton, Mrs. J. Ward
Long, Mrs. Jim Gray, Mrs.
George Brown, Miss Lillie Ran
kin, Mrs. John Wright, Mrs. I
Randolph Bulgin, and Mrs. J.
G. Lyle Jones, of Asheville, i
was in Franklin Tuesday on I
business.
Turner Enloe of the Cartooge- I
chaye community is a patient in
Angel clinic
Miss Anne Seay, of the army
nurse corps, recently spent
several days visiting her par
ents, Mr and Mrs. James H
Seay. ,of Franklin, Route 1 Miss
Seay was here en route to
Camp Kilmer, N J., whence she
is scheduled to go to Germany
for duty with the army occu
pational forces, i
Miss Freda Hall, a student
at Western Carolina Teachers
college, spent a recent week-end
at Flats, where she was the
guest of Mrs. Nora H. May.
John Moore and sister, Miss
Irene Moore, of Dallas, spent
Mother's Day week-end visit
ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Moore, of Bethel.
Mrs. H. E Freas left Wed
nesday with friends, Dr. and
Mrs. B. W. Whitfield, of Mur
phy, for a week or 10 day's
visit to Charleston, S. C.
Miss Harriette Kinnebrew,
who has been spending the win
ter in Pelham, Ga., arrived in
Franklin Friday, and is with
her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Moore
and two sons, Robert and
James, spent the week-end here
with Mrs. Moore's sister, Mrs.
J. J. Tice, and family, of the
Iotla community. The Moores,
formerly of Macon County, are
making their home at Oak
Ridge, Tenn., where Mr. Moore
is safety engineer. Mrs. Moore,
the former Miss Sadie Cunning
ham, is rapidly recovering from
a long illness which kept her
in the hospital for many we <cs
Mrs W. W. Sloan left Sunday
to return to Raleigh, following
a 10-day visit here.
A R. Higdon returned Sat
urday, after spending a few
days in Rogersville, Ala. He was
accompanied by his daughter
in-law, Mrs. John Crawford, and
children, who will spend a fort
PIMPLES
Disappeared Overnight
? - kheads too. No wartini
'H EfA Yes, it ia true, there is a safe
JSJ^Mr.'/ harmless, medicated liquid called
4 KLEEREX that dries up pimplei
overnight as it acts to loosen and remove
ugly blackheads. Those who followed aim
pie directions and applied Klwtw upon
retiring were amazingly surprised when they
found their pimples and blackheads had disappeared
These users cnthusi.istically praise Klasru and
claim they are no longer embarrassed ONLY
and are now happy with their clear
complexions, lis* Klssrsx. If one
plication does not satisfy, you
doubts your monsy back. Ask
KlMrsx today, sure.
249'
Angel's Drug Store
Watches
Elgins, Bulovas, Etc.
Silverware, Diamonds, Jewelry
New Merchandise in these lines
is being received weekly.
GROVER JAMISON,
JEWELER
1 Army Jeep
RECONDITIONED
Guaranteed in Good Shape
Very Reasonable Price
MACON WILLYS CO.
Phone 265 Franklin, N. C.
night In Roger* vllle with Mrs.
Crawford's parents, Mr and Mrs
T. O. Rose.
Miss Lillian Jones, of Savan
nah, Ga , spent the week-end
here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gilmer A. Jones.
C. F. Moody, who has been
quite ill at his home, the Moody
Farm, la reported considerably
Improved.
The Rev. and Mrs R. H. Hull
are visiting friends in Atlanta
this week.
Mrs Oilmer A. Jones, Mrs.
Weimar Jones, and Miss Dor
othy Jones attended the con
cert of the North Carolina
Symphony orchestra In Aihevllle
) Tuesday night.
The (arm area embracing Ons
low, Pender, Wayne, Sampson,
and Bladen counties produces
more than 100,000 turkeys an
I nually. '
Say: "I Saw it advertised in
1 The Press."
ANNOUNCING
The Opening of
THE COOPER FLYING SERVICE
I
Franklin, N. C.
' PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS
Charter 5-passengar Service
SCENIC TOURS OVER GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS
Robert A. Cooper
Licensed Pilot and Instructor
FRANKLIN AIRPORT
Phone 217-W Franklin, N; C.
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V
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