North Carolina Newspapers

    MISS GRACE KABY WKUS
MAN FROM MOl'NT HOLLY
Charles D Rab.v, of Franklin.
Route 3. has announced the
marriage of his daughter, 1 Miss
Grace Raby, to Robert Maxwell,
son pf Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Max
well, of Mount Holly!
The ceremony was solemnized
at U a. m May 24 at the par
sonage 'of the First Baptist
church. Franklin. The pastor,
the Rev. C. E. Parker, oliiciat
ed. using the ring ceremony.
The bride wore an aqua suit
with matching accessories. Her
shoulder corsage was of Ameri
can Beauty roses.
The only attendants were
Miss Thelina Raby, sister of
the bride, and Miss Joanna
Welch.
Mrs. Maxwell is a graduate
ol the Franklin High school,
class of 1945 Mr. Maxwell re
ceived his education in the
Mount Holly schools and served
32 months in the army air
forces. During his 11 months
overseas, he made 32 combat
missions over Germany.
After a wedding trip to
Washington, D. C., the couple
will make their home in Mount
Holly, where Mr. Maxwell is
employed.
Personal Mention
Mrs. Ellis Clark Soper is
spending several days with her
husband in Detroit, Michigan.
Miss Frankie Bumgarner has
leturned from a week's vi.sit
with her mother, Mrs. R. C.
Bumgarner, at the latter's
home at Whittier.
Mrs. GiJmer A. Jones left
Wednesday to spend a few days
with her daughter, Miss Lillian
Jones, in Savannah, Ga.
Mrs. Lyman Higdon and Miss
Ethel Hurst spent the first
three days of this- week in At
lanta on business.
> Mrs. H. E. Church, Mrs. Lon
Campbell, Mrs. Lester Conley,
Miss Lillie Rankin, Mrs. W. M.
Parrish, Mrs. Zeb Conley, and
Miss Nora Leach, representing
the local chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, !
attended ? the recent district U.
D. C. meeting at Waynesville. j I
Mrs. Harry Straine, the for
mer Miss Maude Higdon, and
Mrs. Fred Higdon, who have '
MISS LAVERNE CLOUSE
WEDS COLONEL HOWARD
Mrs. D. B. Coggins, of Sylva,
has announced the marriage
of her daughter, Miss LaVerne
Clouse, to Colonel Howard, of
Dillard, Ga., and Pontiac, Mich.
The ceremony was performed in
Bancroft, Mich., February 22,
by the Rev. R. R. Tewilliger.
Miss Virginia Cunningham,
of Pontiac, was made of honor,
and Jack Hunter, of Knoxville,
Tenn., served as best man.
Others present for the quiet
ceremony included Mrs. Arnold
Clark, of Pontiac, and Mrs.
Harry Bui-gin of Asheville.
The bride was ^attired in a
three-piece gray suit with black
accessories. Her corsage was of
white rosebuds.
Mr. Howard is the son of
Marvin Howard, of Dillard.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard are
making their home in Pontiac,
where Mr. Howard is employed
by the General Motor corpor
ation.
been visiting relatives here for
the past two months, left Wed
nesday to return to their homes
in Sacramento, Calif On their
return, they were accompanied
by Mrs. Straine's sister, Mrs.
Albert Ramsey, who will be
away for about six weeks 1st
Lt. Robert Higdon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Higdon, who is
stationed in Washington, D. C.,
srrived here on leave shortly
before the group left, and is
driving the party to Sacramento.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Easton and
daughter, Eleanor Anne, of Le
noir City, Tenn., arrived last
Friday for a visit with Mrs
Easton's mother, Mrs. J. S.
S^oan, at her home in East
Franklin. Mr. Easton and daugh
ter returned to their home Mon- 1
day.
W. N Sloan, of Atlanta, is In
Franklin in connection with the
survey of the Whiting Lumber
company tracts located In Gra
ham county, by the U. 8. Forest
service.
W W. Sloan left Monday on a
business trip to Atlanta and
Athens, Ga
Mrs. H. E. Freas returned to
her home here last Sunday
from a 10-day , vacation at
Charleston and Beaufort, S. C.
Miss Amanda Slagle, who
teaches at Mount Pleasant, is at
home for a visit, following a
brief vacation at Myrtle Beach,
S. C. She Is visiting her cousins,
the Rev. A. Rufus Morgan and
Mrs. H. E. Freas.
Mrs Eunice Pattlllo and
daughter. Miss Sarah Pattlllo, of
Baltimore, Md., are visiting Mrs
Allen Slier at her home In West
Franklin.
Mrs. John Archer and children
are spending several weeks in
Tennessee visiting relatives.
Mrs. O. C. Bryant left Monday
to spend a week 'with her
mother, Mrs. R. C. Bumgarner,
at Whittler, and with her sister,
Mrs. Kenyon Hyde, at Maryville,
Tenn.
United States milk production
per cow on March 1 of this year
was 13 per cent above average
and three per cent more than
last year
Say: "I Saw it advertised in
The Press."
DANCE AT
HELEN'S BARN
Every Wednesday and Saturday
Night
Open 8:30 to 12:00 o'clock
Announcement . . .
To my friends and customers.
I wish to advise you that I am now
working at
Mooney Motor Company
And I will appreciate your bringing your
Automobiles and Trucks to me for re
pairs.
V
Sincerely yours,
. . . Ralph Norton
i.
NEW ARRIVALS
IN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
?
? GE Irons
? Betty Crocker Irons
? Steam-O-Matic Irons
? Portable Washers
? Waffle Irons
? Bendix Radio
? Pemco Water Heaters
? ' /
?
FOR THE BEST IN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
? See ?
Martin Electric Co.
Macon Theatre BIdg. Phone 147
FEEDS - - - SEEDS
FERTILIZER
GROCERIES
COMPLETE LINE OF
INSECTICIDES
AGENTS FOR
NISSEN WAGONS
Country Produce Bought and Sold
FARMERS FEDERATION
Phone 92 Palmer Street
This is the Event
You've Been
Waiting For
We Told You It Was Coming! Now It's Here . . .
Home Furnishing
CLEARANCE SALE
Our Tremendous
Stock To Be
Sacrificed
-AT
Sossamon Furniture Co.
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE
MANY SPECIALS
YOU'LL FIND AT OUR STORES
DURING THIS SALE
3-Pc. Living Room Suites for only $139.50
9 x 12 Gold Seal Congoleum Free
Bed, Springs, Full-Size Mattress $39.95
2 Feather Pillows Free
FREE!
9 x 12 Genuine G<old Seal Rug
with each Living Room Suite
sold during this Sale.
3-Pc. Oak Porch Set, was $22.50 V $11.95
5-Pc. Breakfast Suite - $38.95
SPECIALS!
DURING SOSSAMON'S BIG SALE
Big Poster Bedroom Suite $119.50
Vanity, Chest, Poster Bed, Mattress, Coil-Spring
Lawn Chairs, Sturdy, Attractive, ea. $3.50
Ranges, $45.00 up
FREE!
34 Piece Dinner Set
With Each Coal or Wood
Range Sold During This Sale.
Inner Spring Mattresses $29.95
188 Coil, Guaranteed
5-String Brooms, two for ?? 97c
Were $1.25
LIBERAL TRADE-IN
We offer you up to $50 for your old
Living Room Suite during this Sale.
PAY ON
EASY
TERMS*
    

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