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The Franklin press and the Highlands Maconian. (Franklin, N.C.) 1932-1968, October 08, 1936, Image 3

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iSDAY, OCT. 8, 1936 THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN PAGE THREE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES and :QMINGS AND GOINGS C TO ELECT . regular monthly meeting of jacofl county chapter of the Daughters of the Canfed 'will be held at 3 o clock Lay afternoon at the home of Carl Slagle on Route 1. Of fer the comine' ected. ;iON GROUPS TO HOLD E meeting WEDNESDAY . zone meeting of the Wo- “ Missionaif' societies of the odist churches of the county ibe held Wednesday, October it Mt. church in the .ogechaye community The ine is to open at 10 o clock m morning and a picnic dmner be served noon, g F. 'E. Branson, of Canton, ,ct secretary, is expected to d the meeting. iction of officers to serve [g the ensuing year is schedul- 3 take place at this msieting. rtacon Theatre ^oCTui!rOCT71^3 Jebie Matthews Robert Young IN TS LOVE AGAIN 5ee the dancing sensation of 0 continents in a musical that 3 everything! DDED comedy & NEWS WED.-THUR., OCT. 14-15 William Powell IN THE X-MRS. BRADFORD . With ean Johnny Arthur, Rrtbert Armstnong The Thin Man .back again in other 'piece of top notch en- rtainment ALSO—SPORTS REEL AND NEWS FRI.-SAT., OCT. 16-17 Jkmes Cagney IN G-MEN Se.e Uncle Sam step into the ime situation in the only way lat has ever brought results—■ le way they stopped Dillinger! DDED—CARTOON & CHAP. 4, “FLASH GORDON” dmission All Shows—10 & 25c Mrs. C. C. Herbert, Jr., returned to her home here Tuesday night after a visit with Mr. Herbert’s father, the Rev. C. C. Herbert, Sr., in Charleston, S. C. Mrs. J. W. Cantey Johnson left Sunday for Washington, D. C., where she will speiid the winter with her mother, Mrs. W. B. Wilson, En ro.ute to Washington she spent several days in Asheville and attended a meeting of the trustees of St. Mary’s School m Raleigh. H. G. Knoch and family have moved from the Bissell house on Harrison avenue to the Lyman Higdon house in south tranklin. Herman H. Plemmons and son, Paul, and Mrs. Lester Conley at tended the funeral of Mr. Plem- mons’ grandfather, M. H. Plem mons, at Leicester Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Boice Hall and children spent Tuesday in Asheville shopping. Mrs. James Freeman, of Lavonia, Ga., is spending several days with her' aunt. Miss Lily Rankin, at her home on Riverview street, and with Miss Amy Harrison at her home on Harrison avenue. Mrs. Sam Greenwood has re turned from a visit in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. John Mumpower, who is now staying in Sylva, is spending several days here with her brother, Charlie West. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hurst, o Ridgecrest, spent the week-end with Mr. Hurst’s sister, Mrs. Rob ert Hyatt, and Mrs. Hurst’s sister, Mrs. John S. Trotter. Roy Gibson left Tuesday morn ing for Otecn hospital, where he will undergo an operation for the removal of his appendix. Mr and Mrs. Everette Rickman and son, Jiunior, of Woodrow Hay wood county, and Mrs. Bryson, of Detroit, Mich.,, all form erly of Macon county, are spend ing several days at the Texas Cen tennial Exposition at Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Moore and two daughters, Jean and Sally Lou, and Mr. and Mrs. Hen ey Moore and daughter, Pat, attended the Indian fair at Cherokee Wed nesday. , Mr and Mrs. L. A. Jones and daughter, Peggy Hayes, spent the past week in Norfolk, Va visiting Mr. Jones’ brother, lilman W. ■^°Mr.' and Mrs. E. E. George of Atlanta, Ga., spent Saturday here, the guests of Mrs. S. E. Penland. Mrs. George, .before marnage, was Miss Mary Dryman, of Flats. !Mr. and Mrs. Henley Moore, and daughter, Pat, of Virginia Beach, Va., arrived Sunday for a visit with Mr. Moore’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Moore, and' brother, Gordon M oore. Mrs. Emma Stiles, of Prentiss, spent the week-end with her son, Manson Stiles, on Bidwell street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Cabe and Mrs. Cecil L. P'endergrass spent the week-end at Rutherford college with their mother and sist er, Mrs. D. S. Richardson and Aliss Vivian Richardson. jMrs. Richardso,n, who has been ill, was reported to be improving. Jilrs. Charlie Moore, who '-has been ill at her home in west F'rank- lin for several weeks, was reported Wednesday to be somewhat im proved. Mrs. Lee Guffey, who underwent a major operation at Duke hospital, Durham, last Friday, is reported to be improving. Mrs. Ed Mozeley and daughter. Miss Beatrice Mozeley, of Otto, spent Saturday with Airs. Mozeley’s sister-in-law, Mrs. S. E. Penland. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bolick, of Arlington, Va., are spending this week visiting Mrs. Bolick’s mother, Mrs. Hester Sellers, at her home on Franklin Route 4, and other re latives in and around Franklin. Miss Hazel Everette, beautician in the Franklin Beauty Shoppe, has returned from a week’s trip through eastern and middle Florida. Manson Stiles, who is working at Lawrenceville, Ga., spent the week end with his wife at their home on Bidwell street. C. Tom Bryson and two daught ers, Mildred and Ruth; Mrs. Alice Childers, Airs. Lester Conley and daughter, Audrey, attended tlvc Bryson reunion at Beta, Jackson county, Saturday. J. Britt Carpenter, • who is now making his home at Valdese, spent the week-end here with his father, George Carpenter. Mrs. S. Al. Alann, of Tiger, Ga., w'as here Saturday visiting friends. Airs. Charles Cr:»wley, of Macon, Ga., who has been ill for the past two weeks at the Scott Griffin hotel, was reported to be somewhat improved Alonday. G. G. Watkins has returned to his home ,at| the Munday hotel after a trip to Florida. Mrs. L. H. Calloway and daught er returned to their home on Bid- well street Saturday after a visit with Airs. Calloway’s parents, Mr. and A'Irs. Charlie Welch, at Bry son City. Frank Shope, Sam Greenwood and C. S. Brown, employed by the U. S. forest service at Ashland, Ala., spent the week-end in Franklin. Herman Schulman and family have moved from the Stewart house on Riverview street to the Harold Sloan house on West Alain street. Air. and Mrs. .S'. H. I.yle spent 'I'uesday in Asheville on business. Air. and Airs. Alaiden Keener, of Highlands, were here Wednesday shopping. Miss Lassie Kelly and- ]Miss Olivia Patton returned Tuesday night after a trip to Daytona Beach, F'la. Miss Nina Carpenter, who is teaching school in Aladison, S. C., is spending several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Al. Carpenter. Senator J. W. Bailey and A. Hall Johnston, Asheville attorney, were luncheon guests of Aliss Lassie Kelly Saturday at Kelly’s Tea Room. Aliss Sybil Underwood has re turned to her honi'e in Waynes- ville after spending several days visiting Aliss Louise Ray. Births Mr. and Airs. G. S. Buchanan, of Atlanta, (la., announce the birth of a son on Friday, September 25. Airs. Buchajian was formerly Miss Lily Horne, of F'ranklin. Funeral Services Held For Little Betty Moore Betty, the 22-months-old daughter of Mr. and Airs. Harold M,oore, died at their home on Cartooge- chaye W'cdnesday morning at 11 o’clock. Funeral servicas were held at Carson’s Chapel Thursday after noon at 2 o’clock, with the Rev. J. A. Flanagan, pastor of the Franklin Presbyterian church, in charge. Little Betty is survive'd by her parents, one sister and two brothers. I It is no longer an economy to just get along with a worn-out stove. Protect your family, health and happiness now by getting one of our efficient and modern ranges. YOU CAN HAVE THE Bryant Leader pictured above in your kitchen For $46.00 cash, or $5.00 down and $5.00 a month plus a small carrying charge. Other Ranges $29.95 to $119.50 Bryant Furniture Company EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME FRANKLIN, N. C. COLLEGE GIRL, MissJ. 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