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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 37
THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. LESTER S. CONLEY, PHONE 104
LOVELY SHOWER HONORS
MISS MARGARET SLAGLE
A lovely shower in honor of Miss
Margaret Slagle, who is to be
married to John Bulgin an Mon
day, November 1,, was given by
Mrs. W. W. Sloan and Mrs. Carl
S. blagle, at "Sunnyside Farm," the
home ot the former, on Thursday
afternoon ot the past week.
Mrs. - Carl Slagle and Miss
Amanda Slagle received the guests
at ihe door of the home, which was
appropriately decorated with beau
tiiul autumn' leaves.
Ihe guests greeted the honoree
and the mother, Mrs. Fred Slagle,
in the living room, and were then
directed to the dining room, where
Mrs. Henry Slagle and Mrs. T. J.
Johnston presided over the tea
table. This was very effective with
its lace cloth, large centerpiece of
flowers and refreshments carrying
out the color scheme of yellow and
After the guests had reassembled
in the living room they were sur
prised by the appearance of old
"Aunt Angeline" Scruggs,' who has
washed for Mrs. Sloan for more
than 30 years. She announced that
it was about to rain and she would
like for all the guests to help her
get the clothes in before they got
wet. Very much amused the guests
followed "Aunt Angeline" to the
clothes line, where they saw, in
stead of the wash, many prettily
wrapped packages tied to the line
with white ribbon. Everybody help
ed Miss Slagle collect the "wash
Which . proved to be a very usetul
and lovely assortment for a bride
The hostesses were assisted by
Mrs, Fred. Sloan, .Miss Betty
Slagle, Miss Mary Jo Slagle and
Ajrs. James A. McAllister, of New
York, a daughter of Mrs. Sloan.
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George R. Pattillo, who recently
underwent an operation at Ange
hosoital for the removal of his ap-
oendix. is able to be back on his
duties as clerk in Angel's Drug
store. , '
Matinees 3:30 P. M.
Evening Show 7:00 P. M.
SHOWING FROM 3:00 TO 11:00
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30'
i 'TRAILING WEST"
WITH DICK FORAN
TIm Singing Cowboy
SOS COAST GUARD NO. 6
And THE VILLAIN STILL
MON.-TUE., NOV. 1-2
Sttrrins SHIRLEY TEMPLE
This is a picture of Shirley at. her
greatest bringing love to a heart
that knew only hatreda twinkle to
the eyes that only knew tears . . .
Also: HOME RUN ON THE KEYS
TWILIGHT ON THE TRAIL, and
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3
"DANGER, LOVE AT
Featuring: JACK HALEY
Shorts: WHO'S CRAZY, and
(Mrs. Roy Mashburn)
THUR.-FRI., NOV. 4-5
"ALI BABA GOES TO
With EDDIE CANTOR, TONY
MARTIN, JUNE LANG and
BOSCO AND THE PIRATES
(Mrs. Fred Arnold)
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in the above program will be ad
mitted by presenting this clipping.
GARDEN CLUB TO
MEET WITH MRS. SLOAN '
The Garden club will meet at the
home of Mrs. J. S. Sloan on Mon
day, November 1, at 3 o'clock, for
their regular monthly meeting. All
members are urged to be present.
Mrs. Frank Killian and three
children, who spent the past week
in Kuttawa, Ky., with Mrs. Kil
lian's father and sisters, returneu
to their home on West Main stiec:
Sunday. , (
Mr. and Mrs., Jess Shope are
moving from the Harrison house
on Harrison avenue to the Slagle
house near the Nantahala creamery,
recently vacated by Sheriff A. B.
Slagle and family.
Mrs R. D. Sisk, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. E.
Gouge, at Bakersville, and her son,
R. V. Sisk, at Charlotte, has re
turned to her home on lotla street
and has been confined to her room
with a cold.
Lester S. Conley, proprietor of
the City Barber Shop, is in Angel
hospital, where he underwent ah
operation Friday. He is reported
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by hospital attendants to be doing
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Miss Ruth Gardner, English teacher
in the" Franklin high school, re
signed from her school work here
last week and left Saturday morn
ing for her home in Ay den. Miss
Gardner resigned because she felt
it necessary to be with her mother,
who was ilone. Her place was fill
ed Monday rnorning by Miss Marie
Palmer', daughter of Mr. and Airs.
Jim Palmer, of Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry : Waldroop,
of Athens, Ga., spent the week-end
with Mr. Waldroop's mother, Mrs.
Mary Lyle Waldroop, at her home
on Franklin Route 1.
Mrs. James Fowler, of Rock Hill,
Tenn., spent the week-end here with
her brother, Earl Munday.
bherif f A. B. Slagle has purchas
ed the white brick house on West
Mam street ' and, after extensive
remodeling, he and his family are
moving in this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jamison and
daughter, Carlene, and Miss Ruth
Commer,, of Glenville, spent Sun
day at Otto visiting Mrs. Jami
son's father1, D. P. Cabe.
Mrs . John Ramsey and son,
Charles, Q. Ramsey, have moved
into their home on lotla street,
recently vacated by Douglas Nich
ols, Jr., and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Johnston
and son, Murray, have returned to
their home in Atlanta, after spend
ing the latter part of the past week
here with Mr. Johnston's mother,
Mrs. T. J. Johnston.
"You'll be ahead with a Chevrolet." That's the
enthusiastic verdict of more and more people
as they see, drive and compare the new 1938 :
cars. And we believe it will be your verdict, too,
when you consider all the exclusive extra values
this beautiful new Chevrolet brings to you.
YouTl be ahead in style comfort safety.
And youH also be ahead in all-round economy,
for Chevrolet's famous Valve-in-Head Engine
uses less gas and oil, and operates with a mini
mum of upkeep. See your nearest Chevrolet
dealer today for a thorough demonstration of
CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, Cmuni Motorn Sale$ Corpo.
ration, DETROIT, MICHIGAN. Central Motor IrutaUment Plan
monthly paymwnlt to mil your puno. A Control Motor Valu.
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James D. Ross of Seattle, whv
has been appointed by President
Roosevelt as administrator of the
Bonneville dam project. Under the
supervision of Secretary of the In
terior Harold L.' Ickcs, Mr. Russ
will administer the transmission and
sale of all hydroelectric power.
Among the groups of ladies from
the Auxili ary of the Presbyterian
church who attended the group
conference of the Auxiliaries in
Murphy on Saturday of the past
week were: . Mcsdamcs George M.
Slagle, George E. Brown, J. S.
Gray, A. L. Leach and J. A. Flana-
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be ahead with c.
You'll be ahead in style beauty
smartness with this ' bigger-looking,
better-looking low-priced carl
gan and Miss Lily Rankin and Miss
Anne Slagle. Acconipaning them
were the Rev. J. A. Flanagan and
A son, John Jackson, was born
to M r. and M rs. Claude Sanders
at' their home in M illshoal . town
ship on Friday, October 8.
.Mr. and Airs. Lawrence H. Long
l.aura" Belle, at their home in
l-raiiklin township on Wednesday,
On Sunday, October 3, a daugh
ter, Eva Mae, was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Coyel Carpenter, at their
home on Cartoogechaye.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Potts announce
the birth of a son, Larry Bryant,
at their home on Eliijay on Sat
urday, October 23. ' ,
A daughter, Barbara Ann, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Diilard A.
Saunders, at their home in the
Franklin township on Sunday, Oc
On Friday, October 15, a daugh
ter, Annie Ray, was born to Mr.
and. Mrs. Wiley B. Scott, at their
home in Millshoal fnwnshin.
Mi. and Mrs. J. C. Shepherd a.n-.;
nounce the birth of a son,; Billy
Joe, at their home at-Leatherman
on Thursday, Octpber. l4i,
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Airs, rorier i nomas at'tlrcir home.-
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Franklin, N. C,