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THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1935
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Mrs. Lassie Kelly Cunningham
and Miss Ida Leach, who have
been spending several months in
Port Orange, Fla., returned to their
homes here Tuesday.
Miss Allie Caler, of Aquone, was
here Wednesday visiting relatives
Wade Arvey, who has been ill
with influenza for the past two
weeks, was able to be out again
Mrs. Phillip A. Newton was in
Asheville Saturday shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moore spent
Sunday in Asheville visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Nat W.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brown, Mrs.
H. O. Cozad and Miss Margaret
Cozad spent Saturday afternoon in
Murphy on business.
W. T. Wright and family have
moved from the Henry house on
Bidwell street to the J. G. Siler
house on West Main street.
Miss Helen Wyatt, of Menlo, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Roy C.
Dady, and Mr. Dady at their home
on White Oak street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henry, Sr.,
have moved from the Blaine hoyse
on West Main street, to their home
on Bidwell 'street.
Miss Elizabeth McCarty, of Au
gusta, Ga., spent one day here the
past week visiting Miss Rachel
Mrs. Henderson Calloway and
young daughter returned to their
home here Monday after spending
a week in Bryson City with Mrs.
Calloway's mother, Mrs. Harley
Welch, who has been ill.
Howard Wilkie, a student at
Western Carolina Teachers College
at Cullowhee, spent the week-end
here with his mother, Mrs. W. G.
Mrs. John W. Murray, of West's
Mill, is spending several days here
visiting her son, Samuel J. Murray,
and Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Frank
I. Murray and family.
Mrs. W. W Mitchell and son,
David, of Canton, have been spend
ing several days here with Mrs.
Mitchell's mother, Mrs. D. A. My
ers, who has been quite ill at her
home in East Franklin.
Miss Rachel Davis spent the
week-end in Black Mountain, the
guest of Miss Attawa Dixon.
J. E. Lancaster, district relief ad
ministrator, is spending several
days this week in Raleigh on busi
ness. Sam Poliakoff and family have
moved from the Lyle house on
Harrison avenue to the Kinnebrew
house in East Franklin.
C. A. Setser, of Hazelwood, spent
a couple of days here this week
visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. W. G. Wilkie, Mrs. John
H Toines and son attended an
operetta at Cullowhee Monday
Mrs. Tom McCollum and daugh
ter spent Sunday in Sylva visiting
her mother, Mrs. Ollie Banks.
C. M. Grasty and family have
moved from the Munday house on
Harrison avenue to the C. A. Set
ser house on the Bryson City road.
Miss Helen Joines spent the
week-end here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Joines, re
turning to her school at Cullowhee
. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Redden, of
Highlands, were among the visitors
Among the attorneys from Frank
lin attending the district bar as
sociation meeting at Bryson City
Wednesday night were R. D. Sisk,
George B. Patton, Guy L. Houk,
Harley R. Cabe and Thad Smith.
John W. Edwards, who was con
fined to his room for a week with
influenza, was able to return to his
work Saturday as deputy United
States marshal, with headquarters
at Bryson City.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. West and
son, Norman, of Iotla, attended the
funeral of M. L. West, an uncle
of Mr. West, at Canton, on Thurs
day of last week.
Mrs. John W. Edwards attended
the eleventh congressional district
meeting of the Young People's
Democratic Clubs in Bryson City
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Fouts attend
ed the 92nd birthday dinner of Mr.
Elbert Watson at Glenville last
Saturday. Mr. Watson is one of
the three remaining Confederate
veterans living in Jackson county.
Among others attending the dinner
were Mr. Watson's son, Frank
Watson, and grandson, Dover Fouts,
both of Burnsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Meadows,
of Chapel Hill, announce the birth
of a son at their home last week.
Mr. Meadows is the son of Mrs.
K. S. Hall, of Franklin Route 3.
On Wednesday, February 6, a
son, Maxwell Dale, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Kiser, at their
nome on Cartoogechaye.
Joint Summer School
Planned at Mars Hill
MARS HILL, March 6 (Special)
Preliminary plans were completed
last week for the opening of a
branch of the Wake Forest-Meredith
summer school at Mars Hill
college this summer.
The faculty of each of the three
colleges and representatives of the
boards of trustees have approved
the plans, which have been under
consideration for some time, of
establishing at Mars Hill college a
branch of the Wake Forest-Mere
dith summer school to begin this
Dr. B. Y. Tyner, head of the
department of education at Mere
dith college, has been namd as di
rector of the summer school at
Mars Hill and Dean I. N. Carr of
Mars . Hill as associate director.
Work has begun on a bulletin
announcing in full plans for the
school. The proposal at present
calls for a nine-weeks term, the
exact dates of which have not been
announced, with possibly a shorter
term of six weeks.
According to the plan announced,
in addition to junior college cours
es full senior college work will be
offered, except certain courses in
advanced science, law and medicine.
The enrollment is expected to
reach 400 or 500 this summer. Ex
penses will be held as low as pos
sible, and provisions will be made
for accommodating married stu
Aunt Ann Jones has been con
fined to her bed as the result of
a fall on February 25.
John Early and family have mov
ed into J. D. McCoy's house on
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fore have
moved to Buck Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gregory
have moved to the house vacated
by Tom Fore.
R. Norton and Miss Myrtle Vin
son made a "flying trip" to Wal
nut Creek Sunday.
Claud Moses is located in a C.
C. C. camp in Tennessee. He
visited his mother, Mrs. Will Mos
If the relief horses and mules
do not come in time to suit you
buy one anyway.
ii the "Lord's Acre" grows bet
ter than your acre, are you and
the Lord going to get together
and do some trading, as I heard
of a man once doing?
Mrs. F. E. Mashburn
A number of the people from
here attended the revival at Glen
ville last week.
Carl D. Moses spent the week
end with home folks on Ellijay.
Miss Geneva Rogers, returned
home last week from Walhalla, S.
C., where she has been working
for some time.
Robert Clampett, of Franklin,
was a viistor here over the week
end. Early and Lesley Wood, of Mt.
Sterling, spent the week-end with
Kermit and Herman Rogers were
visitors in Glenville Sunday after
noon. The people of our community are
greatly pleased with the new road
wbicb.the C. C. C. boys are build
ing for us. .
Rev. Frank Bloxham, Rector
St AgneS, Franklin
(Sunday, March 10)
11 a. m. Holy communion and
sermon by the rector. x
7:30 p. m. Y. P. S. L.
(Wednesday, March 13)
7:30 p. m. Vesper service. Sub
ject "Does Life Have Meaning
(Thursday, March 14)
4 p. m. Meeeting of Woman's
Auxiliary. Speaker-The Diocesan
president, Mrs. Sheldon Leavitt.
(Sunday, March 10)
11 a. m Church school.
3 p. m. Bible class.
4 p. m- Evening prayer and ser
mon by the rector.
(Friday, March 15)
3:30 p. m. Lenten service. Sub
ject "Does Life Have Meaning
Rev. Eugene R. Etler, Pastor
(Sunday, March 10)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship with sermon by
the pastor. Subject "Treasure in
7 p. m. Baptist Training Unior
"Study to show thyself approved
unto God, a workman that needeth
not to be ashamed, rightly dividing
the word of truth."
8 p. m Worship with sermon by
the pastor. Subject "The Trial
(Wednesday, March 13)
7 p. m. Junior choir practice.
7 :30 p. m. Prayer meeting.
8:30 p. m. Choir practice.
(Friday, March IS)
8 p. m. Meeting of Sunday
school teachers and officers Ln the
home of Mrs. A. H. Gilbert.
Chesley C. Herbert, Jr., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m Morning worship.
6:45 p. m. Young People's Meet
ing. 7 :30 p. m. Evening worship.
2 p. m. Sunday school.
(2nd and 4th Sundays)
2:45 p. m. Preaching service.
C. N. West has been confined to
his bed the past few days with in
fluenza. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Bryson spent
Saturday with their daughter, Mrs.
Complete planting information
will be found in the Farmers
Federation News SPRING
PLANTING ISSUE. Free at all
18 Farmers Federation Ware
houses. Vegetable Garden
CABBAGE set frost-proof plants
Charleston Wakefield, Early Jers-!
LETTUCE seed in coldframe or
garden: Grand Rapids (curled).
MUSTARD Curled or Smooth.
ONION plant "potato onion" sets;
Danvers, Silver Skin.
PEAS seed smooth varieties: First
and Best, Alaska, Early Bird.
POTATOES Cobbler, Rose.
RADISH seed in coldframe : Early
Scarlet, Sara, Icicle, White Tip.
SPINACH seed Bloomsdale for
spring and early summer; Mu
SWEET PEAS-seed Spencer Mix
ed. Field Seeding
LESPEDEZA Korean. Common,
Kobe, Tennessee 76.
OATS White Spring, Burts, Red
Rust Proof, Fulghum, Rape. 1
CLOVER Red Sapling.
GRASS SEEDS Red Top or
Herds Grass, Orchard Green, Ken
tucky Blue Grass, Lawn Grass.
Spade oi plow in all manure
available on the garden. Lime gar
den if possible, but avoid liming
or manuring land reserved for
Watch this column each week for
other crops and for succession
plantings. It is timed especially for
Craig Steppe, at Aquone, who is
Thad Bryson is spending a week
in Canton visiting his sister, Mrs.
Ernest Pressley, and Mr. Presslcy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jennings and
little daughter, Marie, of Cullasaja, 1
spent Sunday here visiting Mrs.
Jenning's mother, Mrs. John Allen, j
Mrs. Raymond Sanders and son,
Lawrence, of Skeenah, spent Sun
day night here with Mrs. Sanders'
mother, Mrs. M. L. Kickman. i
Lyman Dalton and sister, Miss
Alvah Dalton, spent several days
in Asheville visiting their sister,
Mrs. Frank Hoi brooks, and Mr.
Little Betty Moore, small daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore,
who has been ill for several days,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murray and
Mrs. Frank Murray, of Franklin,
Were visiting Mr. Murray's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Murray,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dalton and
small daughter, Josephine, were
visiting Mrs. Dalton's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Henson, Sunday.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lorrane Crisp is critically ill.
The Baptist Sunday school con
vention met with the Cowee Bap
tist church Sunday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock with a very good at
tendance. Due to illness, Dr. I. G.
Greer, the principal speaker, could
not be present.
There were several short talks
by members of the different Sun
day schools in the county.
There were representatives from
several churches who gave reports
on the Sunday school work.
The next meeting will be held
with the Iotla Baptist church.
A Mr. Rathbone and family from
Haywood county have moved to
the Carver place here.
The Rev. Dumont Clark, of Ashe
ville, discussed the Lord's Acre
plan with the members of Snow
Hill Methodist church Sunday af
ternoon. Mrs. T. C. Bryson entertained
with a birthday dinner honoring
her husband on his 84th birthday
March L Those enjoying the oc
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(Right) "I ENJOY the pleasing flavor of a
CameL" says this athletic young lady. "Ex
haustion slips away as Camels unlock my
store of energy." (Signed) MARDEE HOFF
FARMERS SUPPLY CO.
7f fJ Tf) Dixie Limited, 24's (guaranteed) 98c tt's $1.91
P 1,1 JlJlV K'tchen Queen, 24's (and in class with
White Lily) $1.15
We have a good flour 24's at 89c
COFFEE We rmd ) 100 Pk- O'clock. . 19c lb.
Oatmeal (plate free) 29c
Oatmeal 20-oz 10c
Pimientos, 10c size 5c
Pepper Sauce, 10c, size 5c
Vegetable Soup, Van Camp's
Early June Peas, 15c kind 10c
Sugar Corn 10c
Hominy 5c large can.. 9c
Pork &. Beans, 2 Ige cans 15c
Corn Starch for Cakes and Puddings, 10c size 6c
Raisins, 6-oz 5c 15-oz 9c
Qt. Jar Pure Apple-Butter 24c
Kara Syrup 35c
Kara Syrup, White (just
like honey) 39c
Baking Powders, Health Club,
Household Ammonia, 10c size
Tissue, soft and white, 10c rolls
Octagon Soap, 12 bars.... 25c
3 Toilet Soap 5c
Cough Syrup, BEST, large
25c Bottles 15c
Black Draught 20c
Garden, and all kinds field seeds carried, at prices that is
RIGHT. Also will have FISH-BRAND fertilizer-the kind that
makes STUFF grow.
We buy com, cain seed, clay peas, soy beans, side meat, lard,
eggs, onions, dried fruit, etc.
YOUR TRADE APPRECIATED
casion were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Pressley, two children, Emily and
Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Scroggs and three children, Jimmy,
Karl and Eva Nelle, all of Canton;
J. M. Morgan, R. R. Rickman, Joe
Shepherd, Mrs. W. A. McGaha,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ray and daugh
ter, Miss Rebecca Ray; Mr. and
Mrs. Carr Bryson and two chil
dren, Ruth and Betty; Mrs. J. W.
Murray and Mrs. A. Matthews.
When minutes mean life or death
one call can be worth more than
you will ever pay for
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
It's not the little feeble task,
Of doing what you say,
. The only thing we truly ask,
"Is just to try us now today."
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP
"We Buy and Sell"
Box 212 Troy F. Horn
When Your Head
Feels "Stuffy". .
...just a few drops.
trates deep into
the nasal passages,
away clogging mu
cus, brings welcome
Two generous size
V ...3ty and 50
USED IN TIME
HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS
GET A UI
WITH A CAMEL
(Left) "ITS MIGHTY COMFORTING to light
up a Camel The fatigue that always fol
lows championship bob-sled racing quickly
fades away." (Sfesd) RAYMOND F. STEVENS
Pickles, 10c size 5c
Tomato Soup 5c
Tomatoes 6c, large can 9c
Tomato Juice 5c
6c large ... 9c Extra large.
Sausage, Armour's 2-lb. 19c
Tripe, 2-lb. can 18c
Macaroni, 10c size 5c
Turpin Greens, Stokely's 10c
Spinach, Fancy 10c
Tetley's Tea, 10c size 5c
Salts k Sulphur, lb. boxes 10c
Borax, Lb. Boxes 13c
32 - oz ....25c
Scouring Powders (takes the
dirt and grease) 3 lbs 10c
Bruton's Snuff, 20c size. ..18c
All kinds Flavoring 15c size 10c