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MRS. ?. a. STORT
MISS F. U CRUNKLETON
WEDS THOMAS B. WRIGHT
Miss Frances Lyon Crunkleton,
daughter of Mr. and Mr#. Bi le
CrL.nkletan, of Highlands, and
Thomas Barak Wright, son ot
Mrs. Helta Wilson, ot High
lands and of the late C. N.
Wright, were married at 0
o'clock the evening of December
24 tn the Methodist parsonage
In Clayton, Ga., the Rev. Mr.
Wheelis performing the cere
The bride wore a two-piece
cult of soft grey wool with
gfcgn accessories and corsage
of sweet peas.
She Is a graduHe of High
lands High school and was
graduated from Lees-McRae
junior college, Banner Elk, last
spring. She holds a teaching
position tn the Gold Mine school
of Maoon County.
Mr. Wright Is a graduate of
Highlands High school and was |
a studant at N. C. State college 1
when he enlisted In the U. S. j
Air Force In World War II, '
where he became a second lleo
tenant. He was formerly tn the
lumber business in Highlands,
the company recently dissolving
On Christmas night the
bride's parents entertained with
? buffet supper, when approx
imately thirty-five members tf
the two families were present.
The three-tiered wedding cake
was a gift to the bride fio.n
her aunt, Mrs Lawrence C ran
Mr. and Mrs. Wright ara re
to a cottage on West
JAMES STACEY WHITWORTH
HAS 6TB BIRTHDAY PARTY
James Stacey Whltworth cele
brated his sixth birthday an
niversary with a supper puriy
at the home of his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Whltworth, De
cember 23. Table decorations
carried out the season's colors
with evergreens and Christ -ras
candles, the centerpiece being
Old Santa and his reindeer
Santa In person arrived just
as supper was finished with
gifts for the small guests, who
included Llla and Mallnda Reese,
Petty and Jack Baldwin, Marlon
Watson, "Bltsy" Baty, Nor
Rogers and Emily and Linda
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Town
send had as holiday guests Mr.
and Mrs. William A. Bennle, of
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Sar
gent and their son and daugh
ter, Hugh and Lydia, of Haver
ford, Pa., spent the holidays
here at their summer cottage
on East Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A Burt, Jr.,
and children, George and Nan
nette, are expected home next
week from a holiday visit in
Saipsota, Fla., with Mr. and
Mrs. George Marett -nd Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Burt, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. &. ivuot hive
returned from Charleston, S. C.,
where they spent the holidays
with Mrs. Root's sister; Mrs.
F. F. Bellinger, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Massey, of
Jacksonville, Fla., and Mr. a^d
Mrs. B. A Stephens and child
ren, of Thomasville, Ga., arc
spending the holidays here with
their perents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Potts at Fairview Inn.
RELIEF AT LAST
CnoaanMoaitltevu promptly bccMia*
! k foet light 10 the MM of the trouble
to help looeen and opd gam ladto
' t"y and aid nature to tooth* and
Utl mr, tender, inflamed branchial
anirmii memhrtntt Ttll yourdiuggiit
; to tall yen a bottle of CreomuUon
with the undemanding you mutt like
brimming with material and
spiritual good tilings for yon
BROWN & CARSON
Feed and Grocery Store
CHOCK FULL OF
THE BEST OF EVERY
THING IS OUR
NEW YEAR WISH
Mooney Motor Company
Judge Patton |
To Talk To P. T. A. On
Judge George B. Patton will
be the principal speaker at the
January meeting of the High
lands P. T. A., which will be
held next Tuesday night at 7:45
'.n the school building
Judge Patton will talk cm
'Pioposed North Carolina Leg
islation", which will affect
chools and school children of
the county Eveiy one who U
Interested in the school sltua
-Uon Is invited to attend.
Big Four Club Holds
12tf) Annual Reunion
The Big Erclnsive Four club
held Its twelfth annual reunion
Christmas Eve at Bill's Soda
-hop. The club Is composed of
Richard C. (Bill) Holt, Ed
Rogers, Gene Mays and Prank
After the business session, re
freshments were served.
Christmas guests of Mrs. H.
P. P. Thompson were her child
ren, Mrs. D. B. McNamee, of
Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. C. P
i Church Hew
The new chimps we e Installed
at Highlands Baptist church in
time for the Ch'UUna* pro
gram given by the ihu"?h on
the night of December 23, and
their music echoing over the
hlls each evening h-s add d
Attar FIowp,'? Giv n la
Msmory Of Mi?s rt ! i - tt
Altar flowers for the Chi st
mas day communion serv'cr t
the Episcopal Church ot the
Incarnation were red car. at ions
given by the Woman's auxiliary
in memory of Miss Charlotte B.
Eirott. In announcing the gift,
the Rev A. Rufus Morgan,
rector, paid tribute to Miss El
liott's work in the church and
her deep Interest in its e f airs.
McNeely, Jr., of Mooresvtlla,
Buddy Thompson, of the Uni
versity of North Carolina, and
the Rev. and Mrs W. T. Medlin,
Jr., and son, of Clyde.
color to the Christmas sbmhu- |
Taking part in tlM program*
Nativity scene, which preceded
the distribution of gift* (rom
the Christmas tree, were Kath
leen Rogers and Richard Potts
as Mary and JoeeOh; J ante)
Reese. Eugene Houstpn and
Charll* Gibson at the Three
Wise Men; Maurice Cleaveland,
Quy Crisp, and Billy Webb -as
the three Shepherds The Four
Angels' were "Bessie Henry. Has1!
H nry, Join Burnett* and Patsy
111 We ton. Others on the pro
gram were Mrs. Manila K ug,
Oee Carpenter, Una Potts,
'iarold Reese and Carolyn Car
Mrs. W. A Hay* wi organist.
Had utrui singing was By IM
youth choir ' "
The invocation and closing
prayers were by the church
pastor, the Rev. Paul C. NU.
The program also included an
Ottering, "A Worthy Gift to
Christ at Christmas", and the
proceeds will go. toward the pur.
chase of the chimes.
After the prograni In the
auditorium, the Sunday school
chwaes. under the supervision of
their teachers,, were.Tfyrgcte^ to
the church parlors where a
huge Christmas tree and a
Santa Claus, with gifts for all,
; HIGHLANDS BAPTIST CHURCH. - ?'
"The on the Hill''
10 a. m. Sunday School . ,
If a. m. Morning Worship
7 p. m. Baptist Training Union
8 p. m. Evening Worship ,
- Wednesday ; .
7 :30 p. m. Mid-week I'ravcr Serv ice .
Tax listers will be at the following places in the various townships on the daies
given to Hat property for the year 1949. The Board of Commissioners asks all persons
to cooperate to the fullest extent in helping the listers to get a correct list of all property.
The law provides that a penalty ?hall be effected against any person failing to list his or
her property (although this will not be applied to non-residents). All persons should make
a strong effort to see the List Taker or have some person represent them and save the
embarrasaement of going before the Board asking for corrections when they have failed to
list their property.
Following are the List Takers and Appraisers for Jan. 1, 1949. The first name men
tioned in each township shall be known as List Taker.
' Franklin Township:
Lake R. Ledlord, Frank L Murray and J. R Morris n.
Beginning Jan. 3, 1949, upstairs in the Jury room of the
courthouse, all week days throughout the month.
Harold Cabe, Fred Dal ton, J. M. Raby. Beginning
Jan. 6, 7, 8, Reid's Storfc; Jan. 13, 14, 15, Beeco's Store;
Jan. 20, Mountain Grove School; Jan. .21, 22, Holly Springs
School; other days through the month at home.
, C. R. Cabe, Lester Norton, Begin
ning Jan. 7, 8, James Norris' Store; Jan. 13, Buchanan
Store; Jan. 14, 15, Rush's Store; Jan. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
22, Otto Schoolhouse.
Fred Henson, T. L Holland, W. L. Harper. Beginning
Jan. 7, Buck Creek School; Jan. 8, Walnut Creek School;
Jan. 14, Gold Mine School; Jan. 15, Willie Moses' Store;
Jan. 21, 22, Gneiss Post Office.
W. P. Plerson, F. H. Edwards, Sam Calloway. Begin
ning Jan. 3, In Sutton Building on Fourth street, next
door to Bank building, and continuing all week days
J. N. Fisher, Earl Dryman, Raymond Penland. Begin
ning Jan. 7, 8, Brown's Store; Jan. 14, 15, 21, 22, Scaly
C. B. Bryson, C. Tom Bryscxn, J. A. Moore. Beginning
Jan. 6, 7, 8, C. Tom Bryson's Store; Jan. 14, 15, Higdon
ville Schoolhouse; Jan. 20, Charlie Jones' residence; Jan.
21, 22, David Stanfield's Store; Jan 27, Ben Gibion's
Store; Jan. 28, Mashbum Branch School; Jan. 23, D. L.
Bryan Setser, Oscar Lewis, Dan Sweatman. Begin
ning Jan. 7, John Roane's home; Jan. 8, Billy Byrd's
home; Jan. 13, Oscar Lewis' home; Jan 20, 21, 22, 28,
and 29 at Ledford's and Hopkins' Stores.
Clint May, B. A. Baldwin, J. R. Shields. Beginning
Jan. 7, Choga; Jan. 8, Dwight Waters Store; Jan. 13,
Beechertown Schoolhouse; Jan. 14, 15, Kyle Schoolhouse;
Jan. 20, W. W. Cochran's Store; Jan. 21, Clint Grant's
Sltori?; Jan. 22, 29, Otter Creek Schoolhouse,
Burning town Township:
Robert Parrish, W. S. Colhoun, W. G. Roland. Begin
ning Jan. 6, 7, O'Mohundro's Store; Jan. 13, 14, David
Ledford's Store; Jan 21, Stiles Post Office; Jan 22, Cal
Co wee Township:
Carl Sorrels, Carr Bryson, Fred McGaha. Beginning
Jan. 7, 8, E. O. Rickman's Store; Jan. 13, Rose Creek
Old Schoolhouse; Jan 14, 15, Edd McCoy's Store, Jan. 20,
Buchanan's Store at Iotla Bridge; Jan. 21, T. M. Rick
man's Store; Jan. 22, C. N. West's Store.
All properly owners are required to return to the List Taker all the real estate,
personal property, etc., owned by each on the first of January.
All male persons between the a|et of 21 and 50 years are required by law to list
their poll* during January.
, All persons who own property and fail to list it and who are liable for a pall tax
and fail to give themselves in will be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, subject to a fine
or imprisonment upon conviction.
LAKE V. SHOPE, Tax Supervisor