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Thursday; may , m.
THe franklin press and the highlands maconian
Clubs To Hold Meeting
Members of Macon County
Home Demonstration Clubs are
planning to attend the district
meeting to be held in '' HayesVil'lc
Friday May '30. There will be a
special bus and a number of cars
to leave the Agricultural Building
' at 9,00 A. M. ' '.''
Mrs, Robert .Bennett, president
of the Macon County Home Dem
onstration Council, will give a re
port on the .work done by club
members in the county during, the
past year. Emma Lu Hurst; presi
dent of the 4-H .'cll'b, council, will
give the 4-H club report.
Macon Club Exhibit
Among the articles to be ex
hibited in 'cooperation with the .'cot -.
ton exhibit: will 'be 'a chair which
was covered, by Mrs, Van Frazier
of Patton Club, a crocheted table
cloth made by Amanda Single,' of
Cartoogechaye club, a number of
hand-made articles as table mats,
cotton towels, and hand woven
rugs. There arc also articles made
of fertilizer and feed sacks which
include hemstitched pillow cases
and table runners. In order to en
courage the use of cotton all club
: women are asked to wear cotton
Gswe Orchestra To Play
The . West's Mill 4-H club- will
give a -patriotic' program at 11
o'clock, at which time they wi
play . a number of patriotic songs
using their toy orchestra. This
band has given a number, of pro-
i grams in the county ' including a
program at the county teacher's
meeting, and a special radio pro
gram from station WWNC in
Asheville. , '
' Special guests invited from Ma
con county include Mrs. J. W. C.
Johnson, editor of the Franklin
Press; Dr. J. L. Stokes, pastor of
Franklin . Methodist church and
' Mrs. J. L. Stokes; S. W. Menden
hall, county agent ; T. H. Fagg,
assistant county agent; Miss Es
telle Doyle, farm security home
supervisor; Miss Ethel Hurst,
1 lunch room supervisor.
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,Tliere was a Mother's Day pro
gram at Oak Dale Baptist church
Sunday, May 18. Preaching serv
ices, in the afternoon by Rev. R.
. W. Williams, pastor. An interest
ing talk was made by Rev. Thcron
Slagle. A large crowd attended,
Harvey Roper and Lee Bryant
left last week for Kannapolis,
where Lee is employed.
Kermit Bateman and Clarence
Crawford left last week for Mt.
Holly where they are employed.
The Oak Dale young people have
been having a good B. T. U. on
Pauline Wild left last week for
Blake Roland left last Monday
, for Gastonia.
Thelma Baldwin left Friday, May
16 for the- Biltmore hospital at.
Lafayette Roper has ' been sick,
but is improving..
Marvin Roper has gone to Geor
Lee Ledford left Sunday for Gas
tonia. Clarence Scenhower of Oak
Grove visited here last Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Tallent of Olive Hill
is Visiting on Oak Pale.
Anne Stackhouse, 10, of Dillon, S. C., a 4-H Club member, is shown
with Bully Boy, champion beef Hereford she raised, after the steer
had won the grand prize at the Orangeburg, S. C, county show. Anne
then sold the 1,070-pound steer to a packing house for $535. The steer
ii a prime example of the stock being raised in the Tidewater South,
where the industry is developing rapidly.
Otto CCC Boys Lose
To Holly Springs
Otto CCC boys split in the last
week-end losing to Holly. Springs,
Saturday afternoon, on the latter's
diamond, 16 to 4. They journeyed
to Kyle Sunday afternoon and
started on a big win, but the CCC
boys had to call it quits at the
end of the 5th with the score stand
ing at 14 to 5. Much to their re
fret the boys were forced to re
turn to camp before the game was
The line-up was as follows:
Otto CCC Camp:
AB. R. H. PO. A.
Ledford, c . . .
Forston,' 3b .
Martin, 2b ..
Mull, ss ....
Scroggs, If .
Walls, cf ...
Penland, p .
Wilson x . . . .
Macon Young People
Attend NYA Centers
: The following young people of
Macon county have received ap
pointment to attend IS'YA train
ing centers : -.
. Kenneth Ray Evans, of Route
3, is a student at the Raleigh
Carlyle Shepard, a 15W-1 graduate
of A Franklin high , schoo.I, will also
go to Raleigh, as soon as he re
covers from a fractured leg suf
Frank Solesbee of Flats has
been assigned to the Hickory
Grove canter, near Charlotte.
Other boys from Macon county
have applied and will be admit
ted as soon as vacancies occur.
Ruth Elizabeth Wood of Beech
Creek has finished her six ' month's
training at.Sardis Center, andhas
been transferred to private em
and highways to be on their guard
in traffic- this ..summer, as never
before. Vacationists' -must not be in
too big a liurrv, must not drink
and drive, and must put their
minds ori what they are doing at
all times when in- traffic.
"L'nle.ss these things' are done,
many people in our state this .slim
mer .will go on a vaction that will
last for etertiitv."
REVS. HOLLAND AND PARK
ASSIST AT MRS. M'COYS
The following corrections to the
account 'of the funeral of Mrs.
W. N. McCoy in last ..week issue
are requested by one of her sous.
Mrs. McCoy was the . daughter
of William and Elizabeth Hen
derson Peek, and her age was 82,
having been born on April 30,
Rev. Edward Park and Rev.
Frank Holland of the Pentacostal
Assembly assisted Rev. James I,
lason in the services.
Sunday, June 1
. Rev. C. F. Rogers
9:45 a. m.. Bible . .school..'
11 a. m. Morning worship."
6:30 p, m. B. T. U.
7:00 p. m. The 'Brotherhood.
8:00 p.' m. Evening worship.
Rev. J. L. Stokes II
10 a. in. Church school, .
11 a. m. Worship service.
7:15 p. m. 'Young Peoples meet
ing. ' .'''.
8 :(X) p. m.- Evening . strvic.e.-'
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Allen . Men left on base: Kyle
9; Otto 6.
L'mpires were : Behind the bat
Ballings; base umpire Millard
Teams desiring games with Otto
CCC Camp, should call Lt. G. W.
Alexander, Phone 1209.
TO FLAVOR CAULIFLOWER
Cauliflower is delicious flavored
with crisp hot crumbed bacon,
which gives it an unusual savory
taste. When using bacon go light
cn the sl . .
Highway Safety Division
Makes Dire Prediction
"Scores of North Carolinians
now looking forward to a vacation
period of rest and peace this sum
mer will 'Rest in Peace' when the
vacation aeason . comes to a close
Ronald Hocutt, director f the
Highway Safety Division, made
this dire prediction in speaking of
what apparently is going to happen
on North Carolina streets and
highways this summer.
There were. 208 traffic : fatalities
in the state last summer, 62 in
June, 64 in July, and 81 in Aug
ust, he pointed out. The toll this
year, however, is running around
50 per cent above that of last year.
"It is horrible to contemplate
that three hundred North Caro
linians who are living today will
die between now and summer's end
as a result of the careless, reck
less thoughtless -actions of their
Rev. Hubert Wardlaw .
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m Services.
MACON METHODIST CIRCUIT
Rev. J. C. Swaim
11 a.m. Union.
2:30 p. m. Hickory Knoll, "
7:30 p. m.-Asbury. .
Rev. Philip L. Green
10 a. m. Salem.
11 a. m. Bethel.
3 p. m.- Louisa.
7.30 p. m. Clark's Chapel.
ST. ACNES EPISCOPAL
Rev. A. Rufus Morgan
10 a. m. Church schotyi.
11 a. m. Holy communion and
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC PARISH
Rev. A. F. Rohrbwcher. . .
Schedule of Masses
2nd and 4th Sundays:
. 8 a.' n Franklin,
' 11 a.m. Highlands.
11 a., m. Waynesvillc.
Every Sunday: . '
8 a. m. Bryson City.
"I . earnestly appeal to drivers,
pedestrians, bicycle riders and all 5th Sundays:
others who travel upon pur streets I 7 af m. Murphy.
By MRS. F. E. MASHBURN
Mr. Peck and Mr. Marshall
Trenthem of Jefferson City, Tenri,,
were recent visitors of Mrs. Mon
roe Straine and Miss Molly Treii
thtm. ' '.
Logan Clark of Cullasaj'.i visited
his sister, Mrs. Frank Stiwinter,"
Mr. and Mrs; Carl Xfoses and
four small' children of Ellijav vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mash
burn last week.
" Mrs. Maude S.auders and son,
Ralph Perry, visited relatives in
Sugarfork ' township during .the
past week. They plan to( spend the
summer at Mr. Chas. Jennings
home .at Cullasaja. Mrs. Sonders'
hysband is an inspector of damask,
rug's and other articles in a fac
tory at Kings Mountain.
Mrs. Pearl K. H-edden and chil
dren spent Friday .night with her
mother, Mrs.' Riff Benfielil, in
W. A. Keener, Emory Mashbuin,
"Ked" Hedden and others " attend
ed the Bryson City court Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. - Howard Keener
and children visited Mrs. Carry
Hernry on Ellijay Sunday. Mrs.
Henry is in poor health. .
Bert Tilson's condition is critical,
we are sorry to report.
Gum . Dills' friends will regret
to know bis health is still unim
proved. ' . ';
.-A- A- Mashburn's home looks
much better since it has been
ceiled and new windows put in:','.'
The drought' is very critical.
Phone 179 Franklin,. N. C.
Main Street Franklin, N. C.
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Radio Sales and Service
Singer Sewing Center
Franks Radio, Elec. Co.
Western Auto Store
B Battery ,. . . $1.29 and $1.74
A and B Battery $4.9S
Franklin, N. C.
We Specialize in Body
and Fender Work
L. E. English
Franklin, N. C.
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