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THURSDAY," SEPT. 23 1937
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
; :, and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
HALL-DOWDLE ( i
Air. and 'Mrs. David Mi-liall, of
Sylva,; have announced' the 'engage
ment of their daughter, Margaret
Hall, -to -'Charles-' Norman Dowdlc,
Miss Hall- is a' granddaughter of
the law Judge " and Mrs. Fred
Moore, of 'AshevHle, She attended
the Waman's' 'college" of the; Uni
versity, of North Carolina af Greens
boro'1 and is a graduate of King's
Business college 'at ''Greensboro.
Mr,1 Dowdlc; is the son of Mr.
-and Mrs. Mark Dowdle, of Frank,
lin. - He received' his education at
the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill and the University -of
Georgia,- at-Athens, G.a. He is a
Matinees 3:3U k iVi.
Evening Shows 7:00 M.
SHUWlMVi f'KOivl 3:taJ iO 11:00
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
.SATURDAY, SEPT, 25
W.tb DICK FvORAN, The New
... ,, Singing Cowboy
Chw.l Nov 1 SOS COASTGUARD
. Cwi toon:, PIGS JS-. PIGS
MON.-TUE., SEPT.. 27-28
Starring FREDDIE BARTHOLO
MEW, spencer Tracy, ,
.And. a Cast of Thousand
Story by Rudyard Kjpljng. Greater
than Muti.nyon . the Bounty.
I ONLY HAVEEYES FOR YOU
WEDNESDAY, SEPT,; 29 '
'THE 13th. CHAIR"
With DAME MAY WHITTY,
MADGE EVANS. LEWIS STONE
. . And a , Good Cast
Alaoi PARAMOUNT NEWS
.. SLACKS APPEAL
- .THURSDAY,. SEPT. 30
A -great 'adventure episode In the
j.unglesv Equal to' "trader "Horn."
Also: "LITTLE MAESTRO"
' ; I' FRIDAY;' OCT !
WILLIAM POWELL, LOUISE
. RAINER hi, '
' ROBERT. .YOUNG, MAUREEN
O'SJULLIVAN, FRANK. MORGAN
Added: CLYDE McCOY AND
JA JAM SESSION
MEDIUM WELL DONE
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"HOME OF GOOD COFFEE"
Just Off the Square on Iotla Street
, ',. . : :v FRANKLIN, N. C
Sugar, 10 lbs. 50
FJpur, 24 lbs. ......... 75
Every Sack Guaranteed
Expert ShQt Gun Shells, box . 75
Coffee, Pure Rio, lb. 15
' ' Strongest Coffee that Grows
AH Candy Bars, 3 for .,...v..v.l...:: 10fr
Chewing Gum, 3 for ..' IfV
Lard, 3Jb. Carton 89
:, !. member of Pi kappa: Phi fraternity.
At present he is connected with his
lather in the, wholesale grocery
business at Franklin.
The wedding is scheduled to take
place; in the late : fall. The couple
will reside in Franklin. .
MACON BOYS, GIRLS
GO AWAY TO SCHOOL
A large group of young people
have gone from Franklin during jtnc
past two weeks to enter -schools,
colleges and universities. j
Among, those leaving are: Chafle;.
Hunter, Winton Perry, -John Craw
ford, Clinton Brookshire, Jinuny
Perry, Bobby Sloan, and Phil Ijlu
tnenthal, to University of Ncirtli
Carolina, at Chapel Hill; Jim Pat
ton, . Willard i'endergrass, John
Lyle Palmer, Floyd Weyman, -Alil-ton
Sanders, Charles Slagle, Nick
Hunter, Siler .Slagle, Waytie Frank
lin, Dennis Penland., Billy Parriish,
Jeff Enloe, Jr., Paul Gibson, ifau.
Raby, Robert Hurst and Mack
Setser, to North Carolina State Col
lege, at Raleigh; John Earl Ljan
caster, Maryville college, M;,ry
ville, Tcnn.; Charles Palmer, .th
ens Business college, Athens, Cia. ;
William Blaine, Mars Hill' collage,
Mars Hill; George McClure nd
F"red Gray, Clemson college, Clem
son, S. C ; Bernard and Matthjew
Poliakoff, University of South Car
olina, Columbia, SI C. ;wMarjkin
Roper, to Western Carolina Teach
ers' college, Cullowhec.
Miss Grace Conley, to Converse
college, Spartanburg, S. C. ; Misses
Ruth Higgins and Leida Beshears,
to Vv Oman's college of . the Univer
sity of North Carolina, Greensboro;
Miss Virginia Slagle, to Berea col
lege, Berea, Ky. ; Miss Cassie Dills,
to Athens Business college, Athens,
Ga.; Miss Christine Browning and
Miss Cleobelle Moore, Mars Hill
college, Mars Hill; Misses Dorotjhy
and Pauline Reid, to Dorland-Bell,
Hot Springs ; Miss Alice Rickman,
WomanVcoliege of the' University
of South Carolina, Rock Hill, S. C. ;
Miss Virginia Ramsey and Miss
Pauline Cuth'bertson, to Asheville
Normal, Asheville; Miss Roberta
Enloe. to Maryville college, Mary
ville, Tenn. ; Misses Jessie- and (va
Dean Roper and Miss Virginia Til
ley, to Western Carolina Teachers'
college, Cullowhec; Tiss Dorothy
and Miss .Timpsey Ieil Clouse, to
Rabun Gap Industrial School, Ra
bun Gap, Ga. ; Miss Nina ClouseJ to
Mount Berry school, Mount Berry,
Ga. . .V I
Miss Virginia Tilley and fiss
KathcrLnc Ramey left last wi'ek
for Cullowhec where they will
enter Western Carolina Teachers'
Mrs. Virginia Briggs, who is
working iit Atlanta, came up for
a visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. G. Stewart, their home
on . Riverview street. She and her
young son, Richard, spent the lat
ter part of the past week in Ashe
ville visiting , Richard's grandfather,
1). W. Briggs. Mrs. Briggs returned
to her work in Atlanta Monday.
Mr.' and Mrs. John Jloyt have
moved from the Munday house on
West Main street to Clarksville, Ga
Misses Evelyn and Thelma Wal
droop, of Franklin Route .1; Miss
Edith Edwards, of Highlands, and
Miss Belle Burrelt, of Ocelo,. Ga.,
left Sunday for West Palm Beach,
Fla., where they have positions.
Mr. "and Mrs. t. C. Justus, of
Washington, D. C.,' arc spending
several days Jiere with Mrs. Justus'
mother, Mrs. Penland, at her home
on Franklin Route 2, and her sister,
Mrs. J. C. Barrington.
Miss. Nina Carpenter, who is
teaching school at; Westminister, S.
C, is spending some time here' with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Carpenter, ' ' 'V
N. II. Stiles, who has been spend
ing several (lays here with his
sister, Mrs. C E. Cooper, returned
to his home , in Haines City, Fla.,
Fred C'ohn, of Raleigh, in charge
f public relations for WPA in this
Uate, was in Franklin Tuesday. He
visited the BurnLngtown quarry and
other WPA projects in the county.
Ir. .and Mrs. F. G. Burnette.i of
Atlanta, spent Sunday here, 'the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hig
don at her home on Bidwell street.
Mrs. Winnie Rickman, of West's
Mill, left Tuesday for Spruce Pine,
iwhere she will spend several days
visiting relatives and friends.
'Mr, and Airs. George J. Johns
ton came up -from Atlanta Sunday
to attend the funeral of '"their grand
mother, Mrs. J. A. Deal. '
Miss Eddis Holbrooks, of West's
Mill, left Saturday for Asheville to
spend several days visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Harry West and tyr.
Joe Rickman has returned ito
Asheville, where he works as lung
er grader, after a visit- with his
family, at their ljome at West's
H. L. Bryant and A. R. Hiedoiv
made a business trip to Knoxville
Mrs. C. C. Hcnbcrt, Jr., Mrs. J.
J. Edwards, Mrs. W. J. Zachary
and Mrs. Zeb W. Conley attended
coaching day for missions, x which
"was held at the Central Methodist
church in Asheville Tuesday.
Mrs. J. D. Porter, of Asheville,
spent Sunday here with her mother,
Mrs. W. J. Zachary, and her "sister,
Mrs. Harry S. Higgins, at the home
of the latter on Harrison avenue.
On her return she "was cconTpan
ied by Mrs. Zachary, who spent
the first of the week in Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cunningham
have returned from a tour through
the New England states, Canada
and other points of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Hoyt
and son, of Clarksville," Ga., spent
Tuesday afternoon here with,
Mrs. Tom Koanc; of Clayton, Ga.,
came down ' Tuesday to attend the
Gipsy .Smith revival and to yij.it
Miss Lily Rankin at her home on
Riverside street. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Shepherd
and three children, of California,
are spending a few Weeks at Leath
erman with Mr. Shepherd's par
ents, Mfl and Mrs. Joseph Shep
herd. Wiley Carpenter, who is working
at Spindale, is here for a visit
with his father, George "Carpenter
and Mrs. Carpenter at their home
on Iotla street.
Mrs. T. L. Ncu and son, who
have been here for a visit with
Mrs. Ncu's sister, Mrs. C. E. Coop
er, returned to their home in Cin
cinnati, Ohio, Sunday.
Milton Sanders left on Thursday
of the past week for Raleigh to
enter State college.
Thomas Arthur, who has been
spending the summer with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Haync 'Arthur,
on Cartoogcchaye, left last week
for Raleigh, where he will enter
Mrs. Will Smart, who is; .now
living in Clio, S. C, is spending4 a
few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Vanhook, at their home
Mrs. Fred Slagle and daughter,
Mary, returned to their home on
Cartoogechaye Saturday evening,
aTter a visit with Mrs. John B.
Byrne at her home in Columbus,
Miss Cassie Dills, and Charles
Palmer, who arc attending Athens
Business college in 'Athens, Ga.,
spent the week-end here with, their
Mrs. R. R. Adair and son, Rad
ford, and John Simpkins came over
from Asheville Saturday on busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Swafford, -of
Franklin Route 3, left on Friday of
the past week for Austin, I.nd.,
where! they will spend two weeks
visiting their daughterM rs, Wade
Shulcr and Mr. Shuler, ; :
Misses Jessie and Iva Dean
Roper and Marvin Roper, of Frank
lin Route 1, left-last week for Cul
lowhee where they will enter West
ern Carolina Teachers college.
Bobby Arthur left last week for
Berea, Ky., where he will enter
Berea college for the coining year.
Lee Russc.ll came oyer from
Aqtione Saturday, to see his , son,
Austin, who is in Angel hospital.
Mr.' and Mrs. R. C. Sutton, who
are now . making their home in
.Savannah, Ga., caine up for a visit
with their children here and to
see Mr. Sutton's mother, Mrs.
Sarah Sutto.il, who is quite ill at
her home . at Gay., in Jackson
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JLHE pleasure you get out of a ciga
rette depends on the quality of the
tobaccos put in it. And in Camels that
means FINER, MORE EXPENSIVE
TOBACCOS-Turkish and Domestic. If
you are not a Camel smoker, try them.
Schulman's Dept. Store
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Wcek-lEnd Specials (
ONE BIG LOT
VALUES UP TO $7.95
Alo Wool Dresses Included
in Tlhis ,Lot
Men's Dress Oxfords
IN BLACK OR BROWN '
Ladies' Paris Fashion
IN ALL WANTED COLORS
AAA TO EE
Sizes 3)t to 9
Men's . Work Shoes
At $1.49 to $2.95,
Boys' Heavy Work
Druid LL Sheeting
UMc VALUE-ON SALE
ALL COLORS-ON SALE
v Cotton Batting
2 LB. ROLL ON SALE
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall announce
the birth of a son, Jtmn Earl, at
their home in Franklin on Thurs
day, September 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones an
nounce the birth of a son, Morris,
at their home on Wayah street,
Bonny Crest, on Sunday, September
ft- -irwt Xrc To.l PI.,;.,,, n
nounce' the birth of a son Hugh
Louin, at their home on Franklin
Route 1, Monday, September 13.
Mrs. Blaine is the former Miss Nell.
Cabe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Cabe, of Otto. ..
ONE BIG LOT OF 483 PRS.
Ladies' Dress Shoes
VALUES UP TO $4jS
ON SALE AT
IN BLACK OR BROWN
Ladies' Cotton Hose
Men's Dress Pants
. $1.19 VALUE