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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 3-A, Image 3

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A. wm twm %C \ YeSScw Oaions - - - ^ 6c Firm Crisp Heads Fresh Lettuce - - 2 Heads 23C Firm Ripe Goidcn Bananas - - ?*. 13c Crisp Go!, 'on Carrots - - ?? 10c JUICY LEMONS LARGE CAlIF. Silverdust - - A 31c S 62c Breeze Detergent p)^_ 31c Pkg. 75c Lux Liquid Detergent 39c Tide PS 30c ??. 72c Sunbrite G?or?hP ^ Deal 25c Surf Powder - A 25c A. 62c Oxydol Powder - - A 30c Ivory Flakes ^ 30c Ivory Snow - - Pkg. 30c Camay Soap - - - 3 ?? 25c Camay Soap - - - - 1 2c Duz & 30c & 72c Cullasaja 4-H Club Is Heard By MRS. BESSIE STIWINTER ' (Community Reporter) June 7 marked the meeting of the Cullasaja Rural Community Development Organization and an interesting program was given by the Cullasaja 4-H Club. The devotional was given b" Mrs. John Bryson and special music and singing was by Andrew Gregory's quartet. As its next project, the group decided to help work around the Sugarfork church and on the cemetery. June 25 was set for the working. It also was voted to do nate $25 to the church to help with the expense and upkeep of I the cemetery. The group made plans for the j float it will enter in the Cen I tennial parade. As improvements. Bobby Deal | and Riley Watts have purchased ? an irrigation system for their cab bage crops. It was planned to have a pot luck supper at the Cullasaja School on June 25 at 6:30 p. m. Tellico Group Cites Progress By CARL MORGAN 'Community Reporter) The Tellico Rural Community Development Organization met at j the home of Harley Ramsey Fri day, June 10, with the president, Mrs. Paye Cowan, presiding. Report of progress was made oy ' the promotion committtee as fol ilows: three furnaces, five picnic tables, four benches, and a swing j have been purchased and are now I in use at' the area. ? Future projects discussed in cluded painting mail box posts. | road signs for the picnic area, i and more parking room at the ' church. To raise money for projects, the 1 4-H club sold drinks and hot dogs. j Music for the meeting was furn ished by Lowell McKoe and Paul SmitJ^. The nc>ct meeting will be at the (Sulphur Springs picnic area on July 15. ' j The Confederate Monument on ; the Franklin Public Square was unveiled in 1909 RECAPPING NEW TIRES RADIATOR REPAIRS RICKMAN'S O. K. RUBBER WELDERS and radiator shop Prayer Meetings Held As Preliminaries For Revival Series Opening As preliminaries to the open ing of a nightly revival series at the Sloan's Chapel, cottage prayer meetings are being held this week. The revival is to begin Monday (June 20) with the Rev. Randolph Joines, of Grenvllle, 8. C., in charge. He will be assisted by the Rev. R. D. Bumette. Mr. Joines la well known here, having con ducted a series last year. Cottage meetings will be held tonight (Thursday) with Mr. and Mrs. Thad Mason; Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bell; and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cunningham. All will be at 7:30 p. m. While some white men came to what is now Macon County as early as 1819, the county was not really settled until a year later. | For Prompt ? PLUMBING and ? HEATING ? SERVICE Call 6 Farm & Home Supply Near River Bridge FRANKLIN, N. C. Oil Burner Service m cAfr-twrs A PEDESTRIAN WALKED OVER ME Afraid we can't keep the pedestrians off your car, but we CAN help keep your car off the pedestrians. Our ex pert brake jobs, wheel alignments and steering gear adjustments all add up to motoring that's safe all 'round. Drive in for a check-up! Conley Motor Co., Inc. "Your Ford Dealer" Phone 69 Franklin, N. C. WE HAVE A SELECTION OF NICE MERCHANDISE FOR YOU TO SELECT DAD'S GIFT FROM Surprise him Sunday morning with a gift from our store! xx Here are a few suggestions: A Beautiful Selection of SPORT SHIRTS Hickok JEWELRY SLACKS HOUSE SLIPPERS PAJAMAS SOCKS Manhattan DRESS SHIRTS Jarman SHOES SUITS BATHROBES UNDERWEAR WORK CLOTHES Any one of these will make a nice gift and something he will like. We Gift Wrap Free DRYMAN'S Macon County's Finest Men's Shop

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