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Attending Forestry Camp
For Farm Boys
Newell Swafford,. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Swafford, of
Franklin, Route 3, is attending
the fifth annual Forestry Camp
for Farm Boys at Singletary
lake on the Bladen Lakes State
The camp, sponsored by mem
ber mills of the Southern Pulp
wood Conservation association
and conducted by the N. C. De
partment of Conservation and
Development's division of for
estry, opened Sunday and will
end this coming Sunday.
In Loving Memory of my Dear
Husband, W. C. Sheffield, Who
Passed Away August 6, 1950.
What I would give to clasp his
dear hand and see his sweet,
happy, smiling face, to hear his
kind and loving voice that
meant so much to me. Deep in
my heart is a picture of a loved
one laid to rest in memory's
frame. I shall always keep it for
he was one of the best. No one
knows my heartaches. I have
shed many tears with a sad and
aching heart while others were
Mrs. W. C. Sheffield.
EVERY WEEK . . .
Watch Our Two Front Counters
for Real Savings
ON CLOSE-OUT ODDS AND ENDS
We Must Make Room for Our Fall Goods
The Quality Shop
Sunday at 2:30 p. m.
Franklin School Athletic Field
Franklin vs. Hazelwood
LADIES and CHILDREN admitted FREE!
THE CHEROKEE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
Through Sept. 1, 1951
Except Week of July 24th
Performance Time And Prices
MONDAYS? 8 P. M.
Adults 90c ? Children 40c
WED. THtJR. FRI. SAT? 3 p. m.
Adults 74c ? Children 25c
The Cherokee Historical Association
CHEROKEE, NORTH CAROLINA
OLD AND N0W COMMANDERS ? Lt. Col. George B. Sloan (right) of Franklin, new commander
of the famous 27th Infantry "Wolfhound" regiment of the 25th Division in Korea, greets his pre
decessor, Col. G. J. Check, at a farewell party honoring Colonel Check. The change in command
came exactly one year after the regiment arrived in Korea. The youthful Sloan (35), a 1937 West
Point graduate, is a native of Franklin and attended Marion Military institute at Marion, A'a. He
served with the 7th Division in the ?outh Pacific during World War II and later with XIX
Corps. Among his decorations are the Legion of Merit with one Oak Leaf Cluster, Silver Star
Medal, Bronze Star Medal, and awards from France, Belgium and Holland ? (U.S. Army Photo).
MISS LUCILLE M'CALL
MARRIES W. J. DUVALL
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McCall,
of Franklin, Route 3, announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Lucille McCall, to W. J. Du
vall, son of Mr. and M$s. W. C.
Duvall, also of Franklin, Route
3, at Stiles June 30.
The bride wore a pink' suit
with navy accessories. She is a
senior at Franklin High school.
Mr.- Duvall is a graduate of
Franklin High school and is em
ployed by the H. P. Stuart Con
struction company in Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Duvall are liv
ing in Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Blllinger
have returned to their home in
Baltimore, Md., after a two- j
week visit with Mrs. Billinger's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Anderson, of Franklin, Route 1. |
Lee Wood and Clyde Sanders
both are recovering from major
operations at Duke hospital.
Mrs. Sanders left Tuesday
morning to visit her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer,
of Norfolk, Va., visited Mr.
Palmer's mother, Mrs. Joe Palm
er, and Mrs. Palmer's .mother,
Mrs. L. M. Henson, of Otto, iast
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, of
Akron, Ohio, visited Mr. Jones'
mother, Mrs. Martin F. Jones,
Miss Sally Kfiesler has re
turned from Richmond, Va.,
where she has been visiting her
father and mother.
Mrs. T. J. Johnston, who has
been ill at her home on Harri
son avenue, is improving. I
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Shields
spent last week with Mr. j
Shield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1
The Rev. and Mrs. John A.
Moore, of Clarkton, were here
over the week-end. They visit
ed Alex Moore, John Moore,
and Jack Moore, all uncles of
Mr. Moore, and Mr. Moore's
aunts, Mrs. Parker Moore and
Mrs. Alvin Stewart.
Mrs. W. L. Davenport and son,
Billy, of Raleigh, have been vis
iting Mrs. Davenport's parents, 1
Mr. and ^4rs. Alex Moore. Mr. |
Davenport came up over the
week-end and took his family
back to Raleigh Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter and
children, of Pasadena, Calif.,
were the week-end guests of
Mrs. Carter's mother, Mrs.
George N. Moore, on Mirror
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conley
visited their son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James D.
Conley, in Jacksonville, Fla. last
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ezzell, of
Florence, S. C., last week' visited
Mrs. Ezzell's mother, Mrs. E. R.
Morgan, of Franklin, Route 1.
Mrs. Ezzell is the former Miss
Miss Ann Parrish arrived this
week to spend the remainder of
August with her mother, Mrs.
J. A. Parrish, of Franklin, Route
3. Miss Parrish for the past
year has been assistant man
ager of the Anchorage hotel in
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Stiles, of
Hanes City, Fla., spent the week
at Kelly's inn and visited friends
and relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Brown and
two childcen, Vivian and Ann
and James Manuel, of Asheville,
visited Mr. Brown's mother, Mrs.
F. E. Brown, over the week-end.
Fresh fruits and vegetables
are plentiful on August markets,
according to Mrs. Florence S.
Sherrlll, county home agent,
She explained the U. S. De
partment of Agriculture's Aug
ust plentiful foods list for the
Southeast features locally grown
fresh vegetables, such as pota
toes, beets, cabbage, and snap
beans. fresh fruits on the plen
tiful li$t are grapes, lemons,
limes, pears, peaches and plums.
Other foods on the August list
are canned apples and apple
sauce, processed citrus products,
canned tuna, broilers, fryers,
fish, peanut butter, and dairy
August marketings of broilers
and fryers are expected to aver
age 40 per cent larger than ' a
year ago, the home agent re
ported, and prices should re
main at relatively reasonable
This year's grape crop, esti
mated at 3,270,700 tons, Is the
largest on record. The Bartlett
pear crop, produced principally
In California, Oregon, and
Washington, is larger than last
season and above average. Bart
lett pears should be available at
most markets through August.
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in the floor space of the smallest pre-war
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space of the old-style "6". 11.3 cu. ft,
in the space of an old style "8".
FREE? One $14.95 automatic De
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Phone 106 Franklin, N. C.
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