North Carolina Newspapers

    MISS El'NICE VIOLA RAY
WEDS M. K. DOSTEJt
Miss Eunice Viola Ray and |
Merriman Russell Doster were
married on the evening of June
14 at the home of their pastor,
the Rev- D' P- Grant.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ray, of
Franklin, Route 2. Mr. Doster is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Doster, also of Franklin, Route
?. Members of the immediate
families and a few close friends
were present.
The bride wore an aqua blue
suit with white and black ac
cessories Her corsage was of
pink carnations.
Mrs Doster, mother of the
bridegroom, wore a navy blue
iuit with white accessories. Her
corsage was also of pink car
nations.
Mrs. Doster attended the
Franklin High school.
Mr. Doster is a graduate of
Newport, Tenn. High school.
During the war, he served two
years in the army air corps.
The couple left the following
Sunday for Spartanbui'g, S. C.,
where they plan to make their
heme. Mr. Doster is in the mer
cantile business in Spartanburg.
MISS CORBIN BECOMES
BK1DE OF DEWAYNE A. LEE
Announcement has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Corbin,
of Gneiss, of the marriage of
their daughter. Miss Doris Ar
lenia Corbin, to Dewayne A. Lee,
son of Mr. and Mrs Leonard
Lee, of Pelican Rapids, Minn , in
a ceremony performed at the
home June 14 at 4 o'clock.
The Rev. Charles E. Parker,
pastor of the Franklin Baptist
church officiated, using the
double ring ceremony, before an
improvised alter of mountain
greenery, leucathia and fearns,
with tall baskets of white
gladiolus, interspersed with se
ven branched candelabra hold
ing lighted white tapers.
Prior to the taking of the
vows, Mrs. Henry Cabe played
"Liebestraum" by Lizst, Schu
bert's "Serenade," "I Love You
TrUly" and "By The Waters of
Minnetonka" by Lieurance. Mrs.
Wetzel Lee, sister-in-law Qf the
bridegroom, soloist, sang "Be
cause" and " If God Left Only
You." The wedding march from
"Lohengrin was used for the
processional. Mrs. Lee sang "The
Lord's Prayer" as the benedic
tion.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
W. H. CARRINGTON
Civil Engineer & Land Surveyor
HIGHLANDS, N. C.
Cobb Bldg., Phone 110
Charleston, S. C.
33 Broad Street
Watches . . . Diamonds
Jewelry and Silverware
You will find my prices VERY reasonable,
if you know quality merchandise.
GROVER JAMISON
JEWELER
white satin wedding gown fash
ioned with a fitted bodice, full
skirt' that lengthened Into a
long train, and long sleeves tap
ering to points over the hands
Her finger tip veil of illusion
fell from a coronet < of orange
I blossoms. Her only ornament
| was a string of pearls, a gLft
| of the bridegroom. She carried
I a white Bible topped with
a, white orchid.
Miss Otela Bryson, of Ashe
vllle, ?erved as maid of honor
Her gown was of blue taffeta,
fashioned with a high neckline,
cap sleeves, with a fitted bod
ice and long full skirt.
Little Kay Vinson, cousin of
the bride, was flower girl, she
wore a frock of blue taffeta
and carried a basket of mixed
flowers.
Wetzel Lee, of Pelican Rapids,
Minn., served as best man to
his brother. The ushers were
Duane Darrow and Frank
Forbes, both of Oak Ridge,
Tenn.
Following a reception held
immediately after the ceremony
the couple left by motor for
a wedding trip through the
Rocky Mountains.
Mrs. Lee, Is a graduate of the
Franklin high school. She at
tended Woman's college of the
University of North Carolina,
Greensboro, and was graduated
from the University of Tenne
ssee, Knoxville, Tenn.
Mr. Lee received the B. S.
degree in chemistry from Con
cordia college in Moorhead,
Minn., and is now employed by
Carbide and Carbon Chemicals
corporation in Oak Ridge, Tenn
The bride's parents entertain
ed with a dinner at Kelly's Tea
Room on the Friday evening be
fore the wedding. Guests in
cluded members of the wedding
party, out-of-town persons here
for the wedding, and a few
close friends. Nineteen were
present.
MISS LOLITA BALDWIN
IS BRIDE OF J. N. WEST
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baldwin
of Franklin have announced the
marriage of their daughter.
Miss Lolita Baldwin, to James
Norman West, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. West, of Franklin,
Route 3.
The Rev. Charles E. Parker,
pastor of the bride, officiated,
using the double ring ceremony.
The bride was attired in a
powder blue street dress with
white accessories. She wore a
corsage of pink carnations.
Mrs. West attended Western
| Carolina Teachers college and
for the past four years has
taught in the Macon County
public schools.
SALE ENDS
SATURDAY
For the past five weeks we have been offering
the people of Macon County
REMARKABLE VALUES IN
FURNITURE
And don't you think for a minute they haven't
recognized the Good Buys at Sossamon's!
Hundreds and hundreds have taken advantage
of our Big Sale.
But, like all good things, our Sale must end, and
it will close, as previously announced,
Saturday, June 28th
At 3:00 p. m.
Up to that hour, the Climax of this five-week
event, we will still offer you Bargains you can't
afford to miss.
WE EXPECT SATURDAY TO BE THE
BIGGEST DAY
OF THE ENTIRE SALE
So be Sure to Visit Us That Day!
SOSSAMON
Furniture Company
Mr. West, a veteran of World
War II, is also a graduate of
Western Carolina Teachera col
lege and has taught In the Ma
con county school system.
The couple left immediately
following the ceremony on a
short wedding trip, after which
they plan to spend the summer
in Andrews.
Personal Mention
Mr. and Mrs. C H Parrish, of
Franklin, Route 3, are expecting
their sons, Jewell and Titus
Parrish, of Detroit, Mich., the
last of this week lor a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Parrish
have returned to their home in
Detroit, Mich., after a visit here
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H Parrish, of Franklin, Route
3. On their return, they were
accompanied by Maxine Par
rish, of Bryson City, who went
to Detroit to visit her father,
Jewell Parrish, and uncles and
aunts who live In the Michigan
city.
The Misses Margaret antj
Helen Moore, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Moore, have re
turned from a visit to their
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs
Henley Moore, at Virginia
Beach, Va.
Mijs. Rebecca Patten, of Phil
adelphia, left Tuesday, after
spending several days here as
the guest of Mrs. J. E. Perry.
Mrs. Patten, who was reared in
Franklin, is the former Miss Re
becca Smith.
Mrs. W. L. Higdon, of West
Asheville, is spending a few days
in Franklin. Mrs. Higdon, a na
tive of this community, is the
former Miss Mary Siler.
J. N. Haney, of Aquone, und
erwent a major operation Tues
day at Angel clinic.
Raleigh Shook, of Franklin,
who has been under treatment
at Angel clinic for the past two
weeks, has sufficiently recovered
to return to his home.
Charles Stanfield, of Culla
saja, is a patient at Angel clin
ic, where he underwent a ma
jor operation last Saturday.
Howard Myers, young son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Myers,
is recuperating, after an opera
tion performed at Angel clinic
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wasilik
have just returned from New
York, where they attended the
graduation of their son, John
H. Wasilik, from Manhattan col
lege. The younger Mr. Wasilik
will remain in New York for
eight weeks, where he will teach
laboratory and problem classes
in physics. He. plans to do
graduate work in the fall at
Catholic university, Washington,
D. C., where he has received an
assistantship. While away, the
elder Mr. Wasilik attended the
reunion of his class, Yale 1917 S.
Miss Elizabeth Wasilik, who has
been attending New Rochelle
college. New Rochelle, N. Y., ac
companied her parents on their
return to Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Baldwin
spent last week-end in Winston
Salem, visiting Mrs. Baldwin's
sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Crawford.
Hall Callahan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Callahan, returned to
his home Sunday, following an
11-day serious illness at Angel
hospital. His condition is much
improved.
Mrs. Bob Sloan underwent an
operation Tuesday at the C. J.
Harris Community hospital in
Sylva. Her condition is reported
satisfactory.
Mrs. George Sheldon, of Salt
Lake City, Utah, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. T. J. Johnston, at
Mrs. Johnston's home on Harri
son avenue.
Miss Harriette Rogers, who is
a student at the University of
New Mexico, Alberqueque, N.
Mex., has been visiting her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hlggins, and Mrs. Frank Hig
don at their home on Harrison
avenue. Miss Rogers stopped
here while on her way to her
home in Leesburg, Fla. She
spent last week attending the
Baptist Youth conference at
Montreat.
EVERY
THURSDAY NIGHT
IS
FAMILY NIGHT
at the
DIXIE GRILL
8 to 11 p. m.
MENU
July 3, 1947
65c
FRIED CHICKEN
MASHED POTATOE8
FRESH GARDEN PEAS
LETTUCE AND TOMATO
SALAD
DRINK ? DESSERT
65c
MIS8 DILLARD BECOMES
BRIDE OF J. W. COLDREN
The First Baptist Church in
Dillard, Ga., was the setting for
the marriage of Miss Louise
Dillard, only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur John Dillard,
to James William Coldren, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Coldren,
of Pittsburgh, Pa., June 14 at
highnoon.
The chancel at each side and
back of the altar was Illumi
nated by sccrfes of lighted cath
edral candles in candlabra ar
ranged in tiers, and banking the
altar wall were masses of ferns
and southern smilax, with tall
baskets of white gladioli, lilies,
daisies and native yucca ar
ranged against the artistic
background
The Rev Burch Fannin, pas
? Continued on Page Seven
The Call of
V , , ^
the Open
ROAD...
?
Drive with a carefree mind and
a trouble-free car this summer !
' Our mechanics will service your
car ? keep it in tip-top condition
for safe and pleasureful driving.
MOONEY MOTOR COMPANY
Franklin, N. C.
BE SMART
and THRIFTY
AND SHOP AT YOUR STORE
WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN WE
HOPE YOU WILL VISIT US
AND LOOK OUR
MERCHANDISE OVER
Ladies' Print Dresses
Special
Ladies' Print and Seersucker
DRESSES
i
Fast color and sanforized
shrunk. These are dresses suit
able for any occasion.
Sizes 14 - 42
$2.00
$2.98 and $3.98 values!
Close Out Table
Special
Boys' Wash Pants,
Children's P a j a m a s,
Children's Sport Shirts,
Boys' Khaki Overalls.
$1.00
$1.40 - $2.98 values!
Close-Out Table
Special
Children's Polo Shirts,
Children's "EZ" Pan
ties, Infant's Shoes,
Children's Swim Suites.
29c
50c to $1.00 values!
Remember! We have furnishings
for the children, men and women,
which we strive to give you savings
on.
BOWER'S
    

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