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    NEWS ? PEOPLE
THOMAS T. DOWNS WEDS
HENDERSON VILLE GIRL
Miss Betty Louise Davi3,
daughter ' ol Mr. Walter Davis
of Hendersonville and of Mrs
George Glier of Midland, Texas,
became the bride of Thomas
Triy Downs, son of Mr and
Mrs. Charlie Downs of Frank
lin, Route 3, in a garden cere
' mony on September 19. The
ceremony was held on the
grounds of the home of the
bride's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Davis, in Henderson
ville. Dr. C. M. Heyman heard
the sacred vows spoken.
Miss Margaret Reese presided
at the piano for a program of
lovely nuptial music whicl) in
cluded Clair de lunc by De
bussy, and "To a Wild Rose", by
MacDowell The vocalist, Mrs
Lawrence Orr, Jr., sang "At
Dawning", by Cadman, and "Be
cause", by d'Hardelot. The wed
ding march from Lohengrin, by
Wagner, was used as proces
sional.
Mr. Albert W. Drake, Jr., of
Franklin, Route 3, served as
best man. Ushers were Mr.
Gardiner Bly, Mr. Dan Snyder,
and Mr. Horace Drake.
The bride, given in marriage
by her uncle, Mr. Clyde Whit
lock, was dressed in a frock of
white silk chiffon, off shoulder
effect, with a graduate ruffled
skirt. Her finger tip veil of
French illusion was caught to
a coronet of seed pearls, and
she carried a white Bible , top
ped with a white orchid. She
wore a string of pc-arls, gift of
the bridegroom.
For traveling, Mrs. Downs
wore a green gabardine suit,
with black accessories. They
will go to points in Mexico and
visit in Texas befoie returning
to their home in Henderson
ville.
The bride was educated in
the Hendersonville schools and
Mr. Downs is a graduate of the
Franklin higfi school.
Among the out-of-town wed
ding guests were Mrs. Charlie
Downs, of Franklin, Route 3,
Miss Jessie L. Downs and Floyd
j Downs, sister and brother of
the bridegroom, of Berea, Ky
ijind Mrs. Albert Drake, Mrs.
Boyd Cagle and daughter, Mil
j dred, all of Greenville, S. C.; j
and Miss Bettie McCary, of
Asheville.
FORMER MACON MINISTER
HONORED ON 75TII BIRTHDAY
The Rev. M. A. Love, retired j
Baptist minister who formerly
FOR MEN
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
NOW ON
* Horsehide Jackets
* Men's Sweaters
* Sport Jackets
* Interwoven Socks
* Florshsim Shoes
* Work Boots and Shoes
* Van Heusen Shirts
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The Quality Shop '
MISS LILLIAN E. BEECO
Mr. and Mrs. Claude C. Bccco,
of Franklin, Route 4, have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Lillian Elizabeth
Beecio (above) to Roy H. Fouts,
son of Mrs. C. H. Fouts, of
Franklin, Route 3, and of the
late Mr. Fouts. The wedding will
take place in the late fall.
Personal Mention
Among those attending the
North Carolina-Georgia football
game at Chapel Hill last Sat
urday were Dr. and Mrs. Eds?ar
Angel. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Angel, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roane
Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sloan,
W. N. Sloan, and James E.
Perry.
Frederick Slagle and Archie
Angel left Monday for Brevard
where they will attend Brevard
college this fall
E. C. Kingsberry, of Los An
geles, Calif., formerly of Frank
lin, is spending a few days here
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Porter. J/Jr. and Mrs Kings
berry. who made their home in
Franklin for many years, built
the home on Summer Hil! now
owned and occupied by' Mrs,
Louise Sewell.
Misses Jane Setser and Betty
Jean Foster left Monday to ent
er Brevard college, at Brevard.
Mrs. J. R Yeaman, of Dan
ville, Va., arrived here Wednes
day of last week to spend a
week visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Fred Yprk, and her brothers,
George,' Jim, and Fred Guest.
resided in Macon County, was
honored with a birthday dinner
on his 75th birthday at his
home near Demorest, Ga.
Mr. Love is one of the three
living children oi; the late John
A. Love and Nancy Dills Love,
early Macon county settlers.
25th Anniversary
N
CM
CTS
HIS month, as we observe our 25th birthday, we
look backward over a quarter century of progress with pride ?
and Forward with Confidence.
We are proud of this Association's growth. Starting with
nothing, our resources have grown until today we have $134,531
loaned.
We are proud of cur part in helping to build Macon County ?
we've made a total of 675 loans, helped the owners to build ap
proximately 100 new homes.
We are proud that, in our entire existence, we've never oil
a dollar on a loan ? 100 cents has been collected on every dcl'.ar
loaned.
And we are proudest of all that we live in a community
where that could happen, a place where most people pay their
debts as a matter of course.
\
Macon County has built on a solid foundation, and on that
foundation we can, and will, go forward, to better homes, better
living conditions, a better county.
MACON COUNTY BUILDING & LOAN
ASSOCIATION
25th Anniversary
Auction Sale
To Be At Cunningham's
Stori This Friday
Benny McGlamery will serve
as auctioneer at the auction sale
of second-hand articles set for
10:30 a. m. Saturday, October
11, at Roy Cunningham's store,
it was announced this week.
The sale is a benefit to raise
funds with which to pay for
completing the task of cleaning
up the old cemetery at the
Franklin Methodist church.
Members of the committee in
charge reported this weok that
persons all over the county are
sending donations of articles to
be sold, adding that several
merchants in Franklin also are
contributing unused merchan
dise items. ,
VIC PERRY PLEDGES SOCIAL
FRATERNITY AT U. N. C.
Vic Perry, son of Mrs. J. E.
Perry of Franklin, who entered
the University of North Caro
lina last winter became a pledge
of the Chi Phi social fraternity
on his return to the University
this fall. Vic's two older broth
ers, James and Winton, were
both members of the Chi Phi
fraternity before him.
Mrs. Yeaman, who was reared
here, is the former Miss Mary
Guest.
James F. Furr has returned to
| Chapel Hill, where he is a soph
omore at the University of
North Carolina.
George Patton, who has been
! working in Hollywood, Calif, has
returned to North Carolina to
resume his education at N. C.
| State college, Raleigh.
Joe Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Perry, recently entered
the school of petroleum engi
neering at Oklahoma university.
Since entering school this fall
he has become a pledge of the
Sigma Phi Epsilon social frater
nity. Mrs. Perry will be rememb
ered here as the former Miss
Kate Baird.
SPECIALS
75c
SUNDAY DINNER
?
Choice of
Chicken or
Country Ham
Three Vegetables
Drink
and Dessert
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DIXIE GRILL
The Best of Food
and Service
WASH CLOTH SALE
THURSDAY MORNING - 9a.m.
1200 First Quality
BLUE OR RED CHECK
Gcod Weight
Approximate Size 11 x 11
8C each
r.ASKMKKT STORK
BELK'S DEPT, STORE
Belk's Dept. Store
presents
FORTUNETS
i
give you that
smart ensemble look with
MADE-TO -MATCH
SHOES AND BAGS
Fortunet gives you a smart
costume look with exclusively
designed-to-match shoes and
bags. Your new (all Fortunet
fashions are coordinated as
perfect foils for designers' foibles.
IN STOCK
NOW
Red or Black
Strap Wedges
4 to 8*/2
AA to B
$5.95
Bag to Match
$7.95
Save!
Remnants
ON SALE
THURSDAY MORNING
NONE SOLD BEFORE
THAT TIME
1250 yds.
Percale, Upholstery
and Broadcloth
Short Lengths
1 to 4 yd. pieces
These are short and dam- 19c yd.
aged remants from one of **
the largi
country.
the large?t mills in the BASEMENT STORE
Belk's Dept. Store:
    

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