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THURSDAY, JULY I, 19 37
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
T. E. L. CLASS TO MEET -WITH
The T.'E. L. class of the Frank
lin Baptist church will hold their
business meeting Tuesday after
noon, July 6, at 3 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. Henderson Calloway
on'Bidwell street. Mrs. Paul Car
penter will give a talk on "Build
ing a Standard Sunday School.
All members are urged to at
tend this meeting.
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET
WITH MRS. BESHEARS
The Garden club will meet Tues
day afternoon, July 0, at 3 o'clock,
at the home of Mrs. k. G. Be
shears for their regular monthly
All members are urged to attend
and help make the final plans for
the flower show, which is to be
held the latter part of July.
ZONE MEETING OF
W. M. S. AT SNOW HILL
The i zone meeting of the Wo
man Missionary Societies of Ma
con county, which met with the
Snow Hill society was a very in
teresting and enthusastic meeting
and with a fairly good attendance.
The mission study book, "Under
the Southern' Cross," which was
given by Mrs. F. E. Branson, Mrs.
II. C. Hurst, Mrs. H. C. Arthur
Matinees begin at 3:00
Night Shows 7:30 and 9:30
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
SATURDAY, JULY 3
"IT HAPPENED OUT
Harold Bell Wright's latest and
greatest adventure thriller
PAUL KELLY, JUDITH ALLEN
And a Good Supporting Cast
First Chapter of New Serial
Cartoon: "PORKY'S RAILROAD"
MON.-TUE; JULY 5-6
With a Grand Supporting Cast
This is Miss Harlow's Last and
Added Short Subjects:
Musicall Journey ; Chicken a la King
(Mrs. Homer Mashburn)
WEDNESDAY ONLY, JULY 7
With EDMUND LOWE, MADGE
Added Treats: Paramount News
THURSDAY ONLY JULY 8
With PAT O'BRIEN, ANN
SHERIDAN and SYBIL JASON
Added Attractions: Wanted a
Master; Musical, Every Sunday
Blow by Blow
No Increase in Admission
on this Special Program
(Mrs. Fred Arnold)
FRIDAY ONLY, JULY 9
JANE WITHERS In
With ROBERT KENT .
And a Good Supporting Cast
Ginger Jane up to her mischievous
Short Subjects: "Man bo Man"
"Ring Goes Rotund"
(Mrs. Gilmer Jones)
The persons whose names appear
in i the above program will be ad
mitted by presenting this' clipping.
and Rev. O. E. Croy, was very
interesting and thoroughly enjoyed.
The next meeting will be held
Saturday, October 9, with the ladis
of the Union Methodist church.
MRS. DERALD ASHE
GIVES BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mrs. Derald Ashe entertained
with a party at her home on Har
rison avenue Saturday evening,
complimentary to her daughter,
Frances, on her 14th birthday an
niversary. Many outdoor games were enjoy
ed after which the hostess served
delicious refreshments. '
The honoree was the recipient of
many lovely gifts and the hearty
wish of the entire crowd for many
J. W. Hasting, who has been
seriously ill for the past two weeks,
was reported Tuesday to be slight
. Mrs. John Rigdon, Mrs. Berry
Kigdon and two daughters, Sarah
Florence and Nan,- of Tifton, Ga.,
are spending this week here visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. K. M. Rimmer
at their home on West Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. C S. Brown, who
have been in Arkansas for the past
year, where Mr. Brown has been
with the forest service, returned to
Franklin last week for a visit with
their, mothers, Mrs. C. S. Brown,
Sr., at the Scott Griffin hotel and
Mrs. H. O. Cozad.
B. M Angel, of Higdonville, is
spending several days in Franklin
Mrs. R. J. Snyder and Mrs.
Frank Crawford, of Sylva, spent
Friday here the guests of Mrs. C.
T. Moody, at her home on River
Miss Evelyn Mozeley, of Reids
ville, is spending several days vis
iting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Mozeley, at Otto and
W. J. West and Mrs. West, at
West's Mill. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goodwin and
family, of Miami, Fla., spent Sun
day here at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. T. Moody, at their home
on Riverview street.
Mrs. O. E. Lawrence has return
ed from Schuyler, Va., where she
spent several weeks visiting rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Hoyt and
young son, of Clarksville, Ga., spent
Tuesday . here with Mr. Hoyt's
brother, John Hoyt and Mrs. Hoyt.
Miss Allie Caler, who is ill at
her home at Aquone, was reported
to be unimproved Tuesday.
Mr. and tMrs. George Carpenter
returned from Tesenta Monday,
after spending the week-end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Long and Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Milton Sanders, a student at
State college in Raleigh, has re
turned to his home here to spend
his summer vacation with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanders.
Mrs. I. Raphael and two daugh
ters, of Baltimore, Md., are spend
ing several weeks with her sister,
Mrs. Sam Poliakoff and Mr. Pol
iakoff, at their home on the Geor
Mn and Mrs. Earl Hurst, of
Uidgecrest, who have been spend
ing several days at "Woodhurst
Farm," had as their week-end
guests, Mr. and Mrs. i Robert
Creamier, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gard
ner and Mr. and Mrs. John S.
Trotter, of West Asheville.
Turner Dellart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. DeHart, is spending
this week in Miami, Jacksonville
and St. Augustine, .Fla. Turner,
who is representative for the At
lanta Journal in Franklin, won this
free trip to Florida for selling iU
new subscriptions to the Journal.
Robert - A. Patton and D. Robert
Davis have returned to their homes
here, after spending a week in
Roanoke Island and Nags Head
Beach. While there they contracted
to sell' the property of Theodore
S. Meckins and of R. Bruce Eth-
eridge, who is head of the con
servation' department of North
Carolina. This sale is scheduled to
take place the latter part of July
or the first of August.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wilhide at
tended the funeral of Allen Sum
mers at Judson on Thursday of the
Mr. and . Mrs. Harry S. Higgins
and daughter, Miss Ruth Higgins,
spent Sunday in Sylva, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plemmons.
Clinton Burrell and James Hauser
left Wednesday, morning for At
lanta, Ga., on business.
. The title attorney's office which
has been in Franklin for the past
15 years or more has been moved
to Atlanta, Ga. Mr. E. E, Sypher,
who has been , title attorney has
entered into partnership with at
torney R. D. Sisk.
Miss Kitty Mercke has returned
to her home in Athens, Ga., after
spending 10 days with her aunt,
Mrs. C. A. Rowland and Mr. Row
land, at their home in the Orlando
apartment on Harrison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wasilik, Jr.,
and two children are spending sev
eral days in Roselle, N. J., vis
iting relatives and friends.
Mrs. J. A. Deal and two grand
daughters, Misses Jessica and Jean
Johnston, who have been spending
the past two weeks with Mrs.
Deal's daughter, Mrs. T. J. Johns
ton at her home on Harrison ave
nue, have returned to their home
in Athens, Ga.
Mrs. H. P. Hartley and daughter,
Miss Frances Hartley, of Macon,
Ga., who have been here visiting
Mrs. Hartley's daughter, Mrs. J.
H. Carelock, were called home Fri
day on account of the sickness of
Mrs. Hartley's son, Elmer.
Miss Elizabeth Dowdle left this
week for Bloomville, where she
will be bridesmaid at the wedding
of Miss Martha Shore and where
she will visit for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Guffee moved
Wednesday from the Long apart
ment to their new home, on Bid
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Conley
announce the birth of a daughter,
Ellen Harriette, at Angel hospital
on Friday, June 18.
.'.. By MRS. J. R. BERRY
FOR YOUNG BRIDE
Mrs. Victor Shidles entertained
for Mrs Ray "Mclntyre with a
miscellaneous shower at her home
A large crowd was present and
Mrs. Mclntyre received many love
ly and useful gifts.
Those present were entertained
with radio music while Mrs. Victor
Shidles and Mrs. Tom Franks,
mother of the bride, served de
licious cake and ice cream.
Mrs. Addie Saunders has been
very ill for the past week, but for
the last few days has been improv
ing. Mrs! R. V. Ford, Mrs. Bill Mos
ley and daughter, Mrs. Earnest
Queen, from Clayton, Ga., visited
Mrs. Z. D. Buchanan last Friday.
Miss Maude Saunders, of Ridge
crest, is spending several days at
Canton with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
Visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs., A. W. Reid, is little William
Dean Almond, of Webster. He
is the guest of Mildred and Wil
bur n Reid.
Mr. and Mrs.. Tommia Bailey
have moved from their home in
Franklin to the Dean Simpson
place, near Lake Emory store.
Mrs. Sumler Dorley, of Peters
burg, Va., Mrs. Dave Tallent and
Mrs". Ida Green, of Hopewell, Va.,
were visiting . their sick mother,
Mrs. Addie Saunders, last week.
Mrs. Dewey Bailey and Mrs. Carl
Painter, of Canton, called on Mrs.
Bill Tippett Sunday afternoon.
Jesse Thompson, who is employ
ed in New York, spent last week
end here with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mart, neice
and grandson, of Canton, were din
ner guests at the home of W.' C.
Miss Margaret Holbrooks, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hol
brooks, of Candler, is visiting her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J no.
Wheeler Morrison, who has been
spending several months in Okla
homa Qty, , Okla., is visiting his
father, H. R. Morrison and Mrs.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
Painter on June 26, a' boy. Both
mother and baby are doing nicely.
My, and Mrs, Robert Bryson have
returned from, Detroit, Mich., where
they have been visiting Mr. Bry
son'sV son, Terrell, and Mrs. Bry
son. On tHeir return trip they were
accompanied by their daughter,
Mattie Pearl, who has been at
tending school in Detroit. .
Mrs. T. M. Rickman, who has
been sick, is improving at present.
George Raby, who has been ser
iously ill, is steadily improving.
' Mrs. H. L. Phillips and daughter,
Ruth, and son, Gene, were visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
O. E. Rickman, who was injured
recently, i is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Chace Tatham, of
Andrews, were visiting Mrs. Tat
ham's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
McGaha, recently. . ,
Robert Sheffield, who has been
working at Wqodrow, is visiting
relatives and friends here.
Mrs. Carr. Bryson, who has been
ill, is greatly improved. 1
Mrs. C. II. Sawyer and two
children, of Brasstown, attended
the funeral of Mrs. Sawyers'
granddaughter, little Ruby Irene
VW BET ITS A PLEASURE TO
SMOKE CAMELS ! THEY
ENJOY MY MEALS.
. CAMELS HELP KEEP
TION ON THE RIGHT TRACK
Charlie Chase has
been railroading for
40 years and enjoy
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U 1 6 V.IUUCM IU1
All Used Cars that LOOK alike are NOT alike.
Vacation Bargains in USED GARS
Vacation! Boy, that is the time you want to
"step on the gas" and get away from your work
and troubles. One of our sporty Used Cars will
make your vacation a howling success, and you
will be proud of the job too.
1927 Buick 4-Door Se
dan, A-l condition $150
1936 Chevrolet 1& Ton
1934 Chev. Coupe Mast-,
or, new paint, A-l.. $375
1934 Chevrolet 1-Ton
Truck, good tires,
good shape $285
1932 Chevrolet Coach,
1-A, new paint ... $225
1932 Chev. Sport Tour
ing, above average. $280
1934 DLCA, good tires,
A-l condition, new
1936 Dodger-Ton Truck,
stock rack $450
Let US Care for YOUR Car
BRING IN YOUR OLD CAR; SWAP IT FOR A NEW CAR
TRY AND YOU WILL BUY
A Car you will be Proud to own
Phone 123 Franklin, N. C
Rickman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Rickman, who was buried at
the Cowce Baptist church Wednes
day. Mrs. Albert Rickman is spending
a few days with relatives and
friends in Sylva.
Visitors to the Nantahala nation
al forest during the past week in
cluded W. R. Paddock, former sup
ervisor; Donald Clark, of the of
fice of operations; Robert Smith,
office of accounts; Deford
Smith and. C. M. Renfroe, of the
office of engineering.
Assistant Regional Forester II..
O. Stmbley stopped at Franklin on
his way to the Appalachian Trail
Club conference at Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Assistant Regional Forester J. F.
Brooks visited the forest on Fri
day, June 25.
Teachers and students who take
summer vacation jobs in covered
employments must get social secur
ity account numbers.
1929 Ford Coupe, new
paint, good tires,
new Oicense . . $125
1929 Ford 4-Door Sedan $85
1936 Ford V-8. Pickup,
13,000 Mi., a dandy $475
1935 Chev. St'd Coupe,
' like new $415
1932 Ford 4-tdoor Sedan,
new paint, and runs
1929 Ford Sedan, looks
tad, a good car . . .$125
1931 Ford Coupe, new
paint , $210
1934 Ford V-8 Long
Wheel Rate Trtuck,
in excellent oondi