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The Franklin press and the Highlands Maconian. (Franklin, N.C.) 1932-1968, June 16, 1955, Franklin Centennial Edition, SECTION A, Page 13 A, Image 13

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News About People Mrs. Ralph B. Stevens, of Lum berton, arrived Tuesday to spend the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Long. Mr. Stevens will join her here for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hlgdon. of Atlanta, Ga? wll arrive this week to attend the Centennial cele bration. Mrs. Floyd Brooks has returned to her home in Harriman. Tenn., after a week's visit here with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dowdle. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Martin and three children have returned tcr their home in Aiken, 8. C? after a visit here with Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troup Cal lahan. Miss Audrey Conley arrived yes terday (Wednesday) from Raleigh, to attend the Centennial and visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les- 1 ter Conley. Miss Lucille Holland, of Prank- 1 Un. Is spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Holland in Chiton, Mass. Mrs. Arthur Brooks, of Bryson City, Is spending some time here j with her son and daughter-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Brooks. Mrs. A. L. Leach and her daugh ter, Mrs. Helen Macon, of Char lotte and Franklin, have arrived to spend the summer at the Leach home on , Porter Street. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunnicutt and son, Tom, of Ashevllle, visit ed relatives and friends in Prank- 1 ] lin the past week-end. |< Mrs. Grace Mangum and sister. 1 Mrs. J. F. Early, of Maderia 1 Beach, Fla., arrived today (Thurs- 1 ] day > to spend some time at Trl- ' 1 mont Inn. Miss Ann Hays and Miss Caro lyn Bryson have arrived from Woman's College. Greensboro, to spend the summer vacation at their home here. Mrs. Robert C. Parker, of South Carolina, is here visiting her ' grandsons. Cecil and Robert Par ker. and families. Mrs, Thomas Browning and daughter, Kathleen, of Wilming ton, are visiting Mrs. Browning's sister, Mrs. E. M. McNlsh. and Mr. McNlsh. v Vicky Setser. anall daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Mack Setser. of Lake Junaluska. spent several days here last week with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Set ser. Dr. and Mrs. Roger McCutcheon left Monday for Washington, D. C., and other points in the north. They will also go -to Ontario, Canada, to visit Dr. McCutcheon's brother, before returning to Frank lin to spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Wasilik, Jr., attended the Solemn Mass of Thanksgiving, commenoratlng the 25th anniversary of the ordina tion of the Rev. Howard V. Lane, in Hendersonville last Wednesday. Lunch was served at the Elk's Zlub, following the mass. Father Lane formerly served in Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. Wasllik also visited Mrs. A. R. Karling while in Hen dersonville. Miss Betsey Russell, of Cleve- 1 land, Tenn., arrived yesterday (Wednesday) to attend the Cen tennial. She is the guest of Miss Beverly Higdon. ? Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford , have as guests this week Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Rose, and her aunt, Mrs. M. H. Beckman. all of Rogers ville, Ala., and her sister. Mrs. J. H. Hudson, and two children, of Murfreesboro, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Quest, of Detroit, Mich., are here this week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Frank lin, of Franklin, Route 4, *left last week to visit their son, Wayne Franklin, and family, in States ville, and their daughter, Mrs. Harry Wilmoth, and family, in Elklns, W. Va. -Miss June Teague, who taught in Charlotte the past school term, arrived home last week to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Teague. Sfc. and Mrs. Larry Upton and small son, Larry Dale, of Spartan burg, S. C? spent several day* here last week with Sgt. Upton's aunt, Mrs. Henry L. Ward, of Franklin, Route 2. Sgt. Upton, who is now stationed at Fort Jackson. S. C., expects to leave for Germany sometime in July. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gribble and daughter, Joyce, attended the graduation of their daughter. Miss Barbara Oribble, from Western Carolina College , Cullowhee, May 30. Miss Ann Wilkie, of Fail-hope Ala., Is visiting Miss Dwaln Mora ley. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gribble and I two daughter, Joyce and Barbara, recently went to Daytona anc I Lake Helen, Fla., to visit Mr. Orlbble's mother, Mrs. W. A. Oribble, and other relatives. Miss Barbara Orible remained for a longer visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gribble in Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cabe have returned home after a week's va cation in Wilmington. They visit ed Mrs. Cabe's father. Ezra Con stance. and Mrs. Constance. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cabe and two daughters, of Brevard, arived yesterday (Wednesday) to attend the Centennial celebration. CENTENNIAL DERBIES and TOP HATS $1 MACON BARGAIN STORE PALMER STREET WESTERN. AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE m UTILITY MAT. 17" x 17" SAVE MONET ON OUTINGS! (A) Portable Charcoal Grill. Folding aluminum grill. Convenient handle ;.. $4.39 (B) Revelation Jug Cooler. !4 Gal. $1.85 (C) Pour-Spout Jug. One Gal. $3.39 (D) 19" Ice Box. Portable, all-metal, rust-proof. 40 lb. ice cap. $6.98 (E) Croquet Set. Reg. $6.95 $5.98 See Western Auto for Sport Needs 30% trade-in on v DAVIS Luxury Ride 18's SAVE ON WIZARD FANS! (A) Wizard 20" Fan. Two-speed direct drive. Fits windows 23"-34".... $37.95 (C) Low-Cost 8" Fan. The nation's top fan bargain! Reg. $5.25 *. $3.98 (D) Deluxe Oscillating Fan. 10" size. Quiet motor. Reg. $12.95 $9.95 FOR YOUR OLD IRON on Wizard "No Chore" auto matic iron. Guar. 5 yrs. Reg. $9.75 $7.25* Wizard. Steam and . Dry Iron. Reg. $15.95 $13.45 * with your old iron. AmumMmT Mwrtf HNM ?7'5 11 M*. OuarantM ?xc. ribbed rubber mat in choice of colors for use in car and home. Reg. 98c 75c ? ? Htm OwMd OptroM VERLON SW AFFORD, Mgr. Phone 169 Franklin, N. C. 4-WAY RIM WRBICN 5^. ^ *" 7Qc STEEL COASTER WAG ON. Full 34" long, with big 8" double disk wheel with I life time bearings. Red, I black and gray trim. $2.98 Others from $1.25 to $14.95 LAWN AND GARDEN VALUES! (A) Soaker-Sprinkler. For curve-pattern soaking. 25 ft. Reg. $1.98 $1.35 (B> Sprinkler. Covers up to 40 ft. diameter. Reg. $3.25 $2.49 (C) 6" Grass Shears. Reg. $2.75 $1.98 Grass Whip. Reg. $1.17 89c POP-UP ICE CUBE TRAY. Makes 18 bever age-size cubes. Releases instantly 98c Reg. $1.98. CAPE COD FENCE. White, 3-ft. sections. Reg. 35c. 2 For 59c buy now and save! many reductions not advertised I ? shop the Red Tags for selected summer values I WIZARD MUFFLERS. Outer shell of heavy gauge steel. Fits most Chev. 1941-52. $4.49 in Own a Wizard! Mows Faster! Easier! Better! SS $14.96 lilitin gworoetee ?gowirt ott road hazards and defects. Available now in the newest high-tenacity rayon cord construction. Cold rubber tread adds many extra miles to its life. New Silent Sentry. Sensationally better six wonderful ways. Best first line tire on the market. Reg. 00.00 w/o old tire ?17.46 * ?oil prices pit s tax and old tiro. BIKE TIRE & TUBE. Famous Davis 20", 24" or 26" black sidewall tires, butyl tube. $2.79 Reg. to $3.44. Wizard Junior ... Zips through all mowing chores with power to spare! Light weight and easy to operate. 114 h.p. 2-cycle gas engine. Wildcat IV" 1% h.p. gas $67.50 Warrior" %>/.. h.p. gas S99.50 ROLLER PAINTER AND TRAY. Gives you pro fessional results with less effort $1.50 Reg. $2.45. FOLDING CAAIP COT. An exceptionally sturdy cot, of straight grained hard woods with heavy white duck cover. $6.45 Camp stools from $1.29 Bulldozing . . . Work of All kinds Franklin Brothers Phone 230-J-l Or 230-J-2 REVIVAL MEETING At SLOAN'S CHAPEL IN EAST FRANKLIN June 20th Through July 3rd THE REV. RANDAL JOINES And THE REV. ROBERT BURNETTE Will Conduct the Services MMI [I r PRIZE IMM.M MOTFOINT ???klMttoa IMmm tatf Lm Ur? HOTPOINT Bsctric Rat* . . .Mriantor- Frttnr . . . Wstiwsjhsr . . . Disposal)? Foodwasta Oisposer . . . Automatic Washer tad Dry* . . . Cabinets. Yuu compete only with people living in this part of the country 1 Note: Win ners will be refunded full purchase price on any single Hotpoint appliance bought during contest that duplicates prize won. Contest subject to all na tional, state and local regulations. i'. U GET ENTRY BLANK now us I &BA Y! NOTHING TO BUY! FRANKLIN HARDWARE CO. Always Parking On The Square Phone 117 FRANKLIN, N. C. est This Week ALL OF THE LATE MODEL CARS AND PICKUPS LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED THROUGHOUT. YOU WILL FIND THAT OUR PRICES ARE WAY BELOW THE AVERAGE MARKET PRICE. STOP BY THIS WEEK AND DRIVE ANY OF THESE CARS AND TRUCKS WITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION TO TRADE. IF YOU SHOULD DESIRE WE CAN ARRANGE SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOU, AND YOUR FIRST PAYMENT WILL NOT BE DUE UNTIL AUGUST 1ST. CARS 54 Chevrolet, Delray Coupe Fully equipped, low mileage. 53 Plymouth Station Wagon Light green finish, good tires. 51 Chrysler 4-dr. Sedan 49 Ford Convertible 53 Plymouth Deluxe 4-dr. Fully equipped, perfect condition. 52 Plymouth 2-dr. One owner, low mileage 51 Hudson Hornet 4-dr. 47 Crosley 2-dr. PICKUPS 54 Chevrolet % Ton Low mileage, cattle rack. 51 Chevrolet l/2 Ton 52 Chevrolet V2 Ton Green finish, low mileage. 49 Dodge >/, Ton We will appreciate you visiting our service department for all of your mechanical, body and fender repairs. Paint jobs our spe cialty. Our prices are reasonable and all work is guaranteed. Free estimates gladly given. BOB GAINES MOTORS Phone 281 Franklin, N. C.

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