THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1934
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
SOCIAL SERVICE WORKERS
The Social Service Workers of
the Methodist church will mfijw in
the basement of the churen on
Friday evening, Sepember 21, at 3
o'clock, with Mrs. C. C. Herbert
and Mrs. Walter E. Furr, as hos
tesses. All members are urged to be
present, as this is a very important
LAI I ST
Bij Patricia Dow
EDITED BY MRS. T. C. HARBISON
Mrs. T. J. McGuire, of Cullasaja,
was here shopping Tuesday.
fc Mrs.. W. A. McGaha, ot Wests
Mill, was here Tuesday shopping.
Leonard Chandler spent Sunday
in Weaverville with relatives and
W S. Catway is in a hospital in
Johnson City, Tenn,, for medical
Mrs. Thomas Sander s, of the
Bethel section, was here Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Porter spent
several days the past week in
Jeff Enloe, Jr., left last week foi
Raleigh, where he will enter State
College this fall.
Mrs. R. S. Jones and Mrs. Em
ory Hunnicutt spent Monday in
Mrs. Wilson Smart, who is in j
Angel ' hospital, was reported to be
doing very nicely Tuesday.
Miss Ida Moore is spending sev
eral days in Spartanburg, S. C,
visiting Miss Dorothy Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Patton
spent the first of this week in
Greenville. S. C, on business.
Miss Eleanor Sloan left Monday
morning for Washington, N. C,
where she expects to teach school
Miss Charlotte Conley left Mon
day for Winston-Salem, where she
will enter the State Baptist hos
pital for treatment.
Mrs. C. S. brown, Sr returned
to her home here Saturday after
spending the past week in Atlanta,
r;a vUitine friends and shopping.
Mrs. T. J. Johnston, Sr., and Designed in sizes: Sb, M, w, 4,
family have removed from the Trot-, 44, 46, 48, 50 and 52. Size 44 rer
ter house on East Main street to quires 5H yrds of 3J i inch ma
the Ashe house on Hamson avenue, tenal and X yard of contrasting.
Miss Kate Shope, Miss Emma a Slimming Ensemble
Pattern 8315. Jacket ensembles
hit the high note of the season,
and arc in great demand for the
fall days when it is too warm to
wear a coat and too cool to go
The Highlands community club
and the Village improvement asso
ciation have voted to merge, lhe
community club meeting was held
at the home, of Miss Bernice Dur
gin and the improvement associa
tion meeting at the home of Miss
May Crosby. The merger will be
finally settled at a tea at The
Martin from 3 to 5 o'clock next
All persons interested in the new
club are are invited to attend the
tea, at which officers will be elect
ed and a name for the club chosen.
It is understood that the new
club will set up three financial
funds, as follows: (1) Building
fund. (2) Trail and sign fund.
(3) General fund.
It is expected, too, that two
standing committees will be form
ed, a welfare committee and. a
trails and signs committee.
Until the election of new officers,
Mrs. J. A. Hines is acting presi
dent of the improvement associa
tion and Mrs. Carl Zoellner is
president of the community club.
Highlands folks as a rule con
sider themselves fairly modern, but
a rumor of a nudist in town is
startling to say the least especial
ly when the rumor has it that the
nudist is a man who snooped
around Sunday evening peeping in
windows of an occupied house al
most in the center of town. This
rumor has not been verified, and
if some readers are disappointed
in not getting a glimpse of our
latest sensation, please remember
that rumor, as defined by Webster,
means a mere report.
CCC CAMP BEING BUILT
IN HORSE COVE
Army officers arrived here Satur
day to establish a CCC camp in
this vicinity. A site has been se
lected near the home of Alex Ed
wards in Horse Cove, three miles
from Highlands. Three truck loads!
of CCC boys are at work on the I
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John Durgin, one of Highlands
pioneer settlers, celebrated his 90th
birthday anniversary September 5.
He spent part of the day splitting
wood and kindling with a scout ax.
During the afternoon several friends,
-called to wish him many happy re-1
turns of the day. They were serv-l
ed some of Mr. Durgin's birthday.
cake. Mr. Durgin lives with his
daughter, Miss Bernice Durgin.
Highlands was represented at the
park-to-park highway hearing in
Washington Tuesday by S. P. Pier
son, mayor; J. E. Potts, town
clerk, and L. W. Rice, commissioner.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney McCarty
left this week for Greensboro.
T. G. Harbison is leaving to take
up his duties at Chapel Hill this
Mr. and Mrs. T. Rucker Ragland
left for their home in Miami, Fla.,
Monday after visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Logan and family, who
spent the summer here, have re
turned to their home in New Or
leans. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rideout,
Miss Dorothea Harbison, and Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Harbison were in
Mrs. Jack Hall and Mrs. Tudor
Hall were hostesses last Thursday
evening, entertaining with a sca
venger hunt. The hunt ended with
supper at the home of Mrs. Tudor
Among the summer cottagers who
left Highlands recently were. Mr.
and Mrs. Maddox; Mr. and Mrs.
McGonigal; Mrs. W. R. Craig; Mr.
and Mrs. Wardlaw; Mrs. Edgar
Neely; and the Klinesmiths.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McCarty
have returned to their home here
after a trip to New York and
Philadelphia. Mrs. McCarty is
visiting her mother on Cartooge
chaye this week while Mr. McCarty
attends a church meeting in Knox
Mrs. A. W. Lewis returned to
her home in Virginia recently af
ter spending several days visiting
Miss Sarah-Hicks Hines was
home from Franklin for the week
end. Mrs. Catherine Moore and her
husband, of New Orleans, arrived
here last week to spend the fall
weeks at their cottage on Satulah.
Dr. Fred McGonigal and family,
from Athens, Ga., arrived in High
lands a few days ago and are oc
cupying the Jones cottage.
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Hyatt and Miss Jessie Hurst left
Tuesday for CulLowhee to enter
Western Carolina Teachers College.
Miss Roberta Enloe, daughter oi
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Enloe, of Car
toogechaye, left last week for
Maryville College in Maryville,
Mrs. Harry Holt and Mrs. Lamar
Ellard left Wednesday morning for
Atlanta, Ga., where they will spend
a few days shopping and visiting
without. This style has been de
signed for the larger woman. No
tice how the double points on the
skirt slenderize the hips. The con
tracting yoke repeats the lines of
the skirt, and with the flattering
V neckline, lessens the width oi
the shoulders. Of course, the length
7" - . . Lit
Mrs. Eva Keener and daughter, i , . ckct a(jrojtiv conceals the
Miss Lois Keener, Miss Kuth Hig- tendency to wider hips, and gives
Ann Mrs Lester Conlev and James
Hauser spent Monday in Asheville
Mrs. Don Shields and Misses
Eunice and Bess Cunningham re
cently spent the week-end in At
lanta, Ga., the guests of Miss H.
Clifton Swafford has returned to
his home on Franklin Route 3 after
an extended visit with his sister,
Mrs. Wade Shular, at her home
in Gary, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanders and
two sons, Moses Blumenthal and
son, Phil, spent Wednesday in
Asheville attending the Jewish holi
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Childers,
who have been visiting Mr. Chil
lers' mother. Mrs. Alice Childers,
have returned to their home in
Mrs, C. A. Armentrout, of Bir
mingham, Ala., is spending several
day here visiting her daughter,
Mrs. J. P. Noland, at her home in
the Orlando apartments.
I. E. Duncan has returned to his
home in Bradentown, Fla., after
spendisg sometime here with his
sister, Mrs. S. P. Penland, at Her
home on the Georgia road.
Mrs. Fred Palmer and daugnier,
Joan, and Miss Emma Gribble, re
cently spent several days in Nor
ris, Tenn., with Mrs. Palmer's hus
band, who is working there.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack McGaha and
two children, of Tamossee, S. C,
attended the McGaha-Tippett re
union at the home of W. A. Mc
Gaha at West's Mill Sunday.
a willowv silhouette.
This ensemble may be made in
plain or printed crepes, satin or
sheer woolens. The dress may be
made with long or short sleeves.
This pattern is so easy to make
that the larger woman can make
this at home with complete satis
faction in its style and fitting.
HOW TO ORDER
Send 15 cents in coin (for each
pattern desired), your NAME,
ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER
and SIZE to Patricia Dow, Care
The Franklin Press and High
lands Maconian. Pattern Dept.,
115 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. J. D. Clark, of Porterville,
Calif., spent the first of this week
here visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.
M. D. Billings, and Mr. Billings at
their home on Harrison avenue.
Miss Edwina Dalrymple, who is
teachinc school at Highlands, spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Dalrymple, at
their home on White Oak street.
Miss Ethel Daugherty has return
ed to her home in Charlotte after
spending the summer here with her
sister, Mrs. R. L. Porter, fend
Mr. Porter, at their home on Main
Mrs. Emma Huskin, who has
been visiting relatives and friends
in Franklin, left Friday for An
drews, where she will spend sever
al days with relatives before re
'.uvning to her home in Asheville.
John Earle Lancaster left last
week for Maryville, Tenn., where
he will enter Maryville College.
Tom Mashburn, of Blue Ridge.
Ga., spent part of this week here
visiting his brother, George Mash
burn, at his home on Palmer
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Humpries,
of Griffin, Ga., spent the week-end
at Rogers Hall. They were also
visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. ,G. Stew
art at their home on Riverview
street and Judge and Mrs. John
Mrs. Richard Holt is spending
several weeks in Columbus, Miss.,
with relatives. Before returning to
her home here she plans to visit
relatives and friends in Decatur
and Kankakee, 111., and Gary, Ind.
Patricia Landrum. young daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Landrum,
of Daytona Beach, Fla, is ill at the
home of her grandfather, Pierce
Deal, on Franklin Route 4, where
she and her mother have been
spending the summer.
Mrs. H. O. Cozad, Mrs. Frank
Calloway, J. A. Conley, J. S. Con
ley, the Rev. C. C. Herbert, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester S. Conley and
daughter, Audrey, attended the fun
eral of R. V. Conley in Canton
Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Todd spent
Sunday in Asheville with Mrs.
Todd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S
F. Roberts. They were accom
panied on their return by their
young daughter, Mary Rose, who
had been visiting in Asheville.
Mrs. A. W. Mangum and son,
William, who spent two weeks at
Trimont Inn, left Saturday for
Chapel Hill, where William will en
ter the university. Mrs. Mangum
plans to remain in Chapel Hill
until Christmas, when she will re
turn to her home in Tampa, Fla.
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On Friday, August 31, a daughter,
Charlotte Elizabeth, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Love, at their
home in Franklin township.
Mr. and Mrs. John Herbert
Stone announce the birth of a
daughter at Mission Hospital, Ashe
ville, on Sunday, September lo.
On Saturday, September 15, a
daughter, Flora Geneva, was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford, at
their home on Cartoogechaye.
Mr. and Mrs. Heawatha Belk,
announce the birth of a son, at
their home on White Oak Street,
on Wednesday morning, September
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