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The Franklin press and the Highlands Maconian. (Franklin, N.C.) 1932-1968, August 09, 1951, Image 12

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WAYAH GUT SHOP ? Antiques ? Weaving ? Pottery ? Glass ? Other Crafts Wayah Road Franklin, N. C. * TRULY. f AMERICAN ELGIN 17 jewel Elgin DeLuxe 10k natural gold filled case. High curved crystal. Other Elgin* from $33.75 Prices /nc/ude Federal Tax Unusual style 10k natural rolled grid plate case, stainless steel back. 17 jewels, adjusted. $39.75 Wort by fort Americans Than Ever ELGIN guarantees the DuraPower Mainspring will never, never break. 0ird Choice, for Style and ^VaLte JAMISON, Jewelers f Buy M AMERICA'S EASIEST TERMS ?' HOW MACON COUNTY BEATS THE HEAT ? Staff Photo by J. /'. Brady When the mercury climbs, Macon folk, fium eight months to 80 years, begin looking for the coolest spots in the county. One of the coolest, and it's an even bet that the water is THE coldest, is the Cliffside lake area, maintained by the Nantahala Forest service. Drawing yearly attendance estimated at over 25,000, the Cliffside area boasts an eight acre lake, bath houses, open fireplaces, and shelters. < Potential Draftees May Enlist In Army, Air Force Macon County men who have received pre-induction examina tions at the Charlotte induction station and are awaiting in duction may volunteer for en listment in the U. S. Army or U. S. Air Force through August 31, according to Cpl. Clay Hen sley, local army and air force recruiter. However, the recruiter point ed out, enlistments are now on a quota basis, and enlistees will be placed on a waiting list. For the benefit of women high school graduates, Cpl. Hensley pointed out that enlistment period in the Women's Army corps has been reduced to two years. The recruiter also said army and air force recruiters have been placed on a six-day week Ffc. Guest Awarded Combat Infantryman's Badge On Korean F ront Pfc. George C. Guest, son of Mrs. Nina Guest, of Franklin, Route 4, has been awarded the combat infantryman's badge in Korea while serving with the 5th Cavalry regiment, according to the regiment's information office. The badge, awarded only to front-line combat infantrymen, distinguishes the actual fight ing men from rear area and service troops in a combat zone. The badge consists of a minia ture replica of a Revolutionary work schedule and announced that he would be on duty in Franklin Tuesday and Saturday of each week at Angel's Drug store, instead of just Tuesday as in the past. Mrs. Martin Jones Celebrates 84th Birthday At Picnic Mrs. Martin F. Jones, of Bon ny Crest, was honored on her 34th birthday last Thursday with a picnic at Arrowood glade. Five of her seven children were present. They were Frank Jones and Mrs. Newton Cun ningham, of Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Lewis Mielke, of Columbia, S. C., and Mrs. Joe Palmer and Mrs. Ella Jones, of Franklin. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer, of Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Frank Jones, Miss Lil lian Jones and Miss Martha Jones, of Franklin. War flint-lock rifle on a rec tangular blue background, su perimposed over a wreath. BOWER'S Week-End Specials... LADIES' SHORTS Ladies' and Girls' twill and Chambray Shorts and Pedal Pushers. Values to $2.29 ? Special $1.33 LADIES' PANTIES Band and elastic leg styles. Col ors, white, blue and pink. Sizes 5-6-7. Spec. 5 pr. $1.00 LADIES' HOSE Nylon Hose 51-15. New fall shade i. -izes 8V2 to 19 Vz ? Special 83c 1 RUGS Felt Base Rugs. Size 9 x 12. Floral and tile patterns. Special $4.44 CURTAINS Lace Window Curtains. Cream color only. Full 81 in. long. Special $1.00 pr. PLASTIC SFECIAL L OR THURSDAY, FlUDAY AND SATURDAY. Plastic by the yard. Floral and pial.i. Special 29c yd. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Men's short sleeve Sport Shirts. Tari, blue and white. Sizes ? small, medium, large. Values $1.49. Special $1.00 MEN'S POLO SHIRTS Men's "Wing" Polo Shirts in assorted patterns. Sizes small, medium and large. Values to $2.29. Special $1.33 SOCKS Men's Sport Socks. Short and long Rayofts. 5 pr. $1.00 Sold in bundles of 5 only. 1 TABLE OF CHILDREN'S OXFORDS ' Not all sizes but real Bargains. $1.99 1 TABLE RAYON MATERIALS ' Short Lengths 44= yd. It's fktkael Vegetaim *t**ks...And A*P b CeMknrffef With ? A With Variety <tf Parm-Fr?h Value-Famous Vegetables! California 8e?dl? Grapes 21? FrMh I?4w String Beans - - - - 2 -? 25c Crlap Carrots _ Bunch 13c California Six* 27'a . Cantaloupes *?<* 27c Size 3'( Golden Heart Celery __ Stalk I Be Juicy _ ? i Lemons. . ">? . 15c ST6"' Have you noticed that chickens generally are plumper, meatier than they wire a few yeart agot Th? principal reason for this is the "Chicken-of-To morrovr" breeding pro gram, sponsored by AaP with the cooperation of the poultry industry. This six -year program has resulted in chickens that mature when they are younger and more tender, and have more meat in re lation to bone. Why don't you try the superior chickens at your AaP and let us know what you think of them ? Please write: CUSTOMER RELATIONS DEPT. AAP Food Stores 41# Lexington Ave, Mew T-rk 17, N. Y. Ann Page Foods Fin* Food* it ?v> Ixpmnuvl Ann Pace Crabapple jelly .. 21c Ann Page Salad Dressing Jar Ann Pas* Peanut Butter . . Ann Page Gelatin Desserts Sparkle 3 Mayonnaise Home Style or Sandwich Marvel Bread 20c Jane Parker Angel Food 15-?!. 49 Cake 7C ? Mild and Mallow 8 O'Clock Coffee \Z lie Lima Beans lb. 19c Bananas lb. 13c Onions, Yellow lb. 6c Acorn Squash lb. 10c Mild American \ Cheese - - **? 52c A&P Tuna Fish *??? 33c Pimentos Drom*<u'T 20c Butter Beans ?u"? 2 "&SJ- 33c Spra-Kill m??icuu etL 49c Tomato Juice LU>b> 14c Corn Flakes u-o*. jgc Kadota Figs ^ 39 e Packers Label Pie Apples "&?' 17c Margarine ??"5? - - - - a 23c dexo A&P'i Own Vegetable Shortening. _ _ _ Can 89c Flour ?'f?1 l%? lie ACrP Apple Sauce c?u 13c Paper Towels Blue Ribbon .... 2 Rolls 29c Nectar Tea *P?. 51c Grapefruit Juiqe "K" - tsr 21c Karo Syrup biu. l?i*i 21c Argo Starch pS: 6c Argo Corn Starch 13c Cranberry Sauce 'S?" 18c lona Cocoa 23c Grape Juice m* 21c White House All price* la thii ad caannteed thronck Libbr* Vienna Sausage *c2T21c uw>y? Potted Meat 9c Libtoy-i Corned Beef Hash ^ 40c Ubby't Tripe TL1 29c Ubby ? Deviled Ham *cT 19c . t ? Ivory SOAP Mad. Bar 9c Ivory PLAKK8 X 31c Camay SOAP 2 27c Duz S3 31c 83c Super Suds fcS 31c 75c Vel ? 31c PkS* 73c Lux FLAIRS % Sic I Rlnso r % 31c 62c Swlft'nlng ^ 99c Jewel Oil Bot 32c

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