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    THURSDAY, SEPT. XI. ISM
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN '
PAGE THREE
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
and
COMINGS AND GOINGS
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BIBLE CLASS MEETS
WITH MRS. J. S. CONLEY
The September business meeting
of the F. S. Johnston Bible class
was held last Thursday at the home
of Mrs. J. S. Conley. It being the
end of the church year, and time
for the election of officers for the
coming year, the following were
elected :
President, Mrs. R. D. Sisk; vice
presiednt, Mrs. J. S. Porter; secre
tary and treasurer, Mrs. Lester
Conley; teacher, Mrs. F. L. Siler;
assistant teacher. Mrs. W. W.
Sloan.
A meeting of the executive com
mittee wa held with Mrs. Siler
Monday afternoon and plans made
to have systematic visiting done by
the class. A new committee is to
be named each week until every
member of the class has served.
The executive committee will call
on those on the roll not attending
and invite them back, and also will
try to get new members. This
committee plans to meet once a
month.
McGAHA-FULLBRlGHT
Miss Adlee McGaha, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McGaha, of
Stiks, and John Fulbright, of East
onalee, Ga., were quietly married
in the Register of Deeds office
Saturday afternoon, with George
Carpenter, justice of the peace, officiating.
BERRY-TEAGUE
Miss Ruth Anna Berry, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Berry, of
Cullasaja, and Mr. John Woodrow
Teague, son of Mrs. Cumi Teague
and the late Charles W. Teague,
of Prentiss, were quietly married
Saturday afternoon by the Rev. J.
L. Teague. The ceremony was per
formed at the latter's home on
route 2. .
COCHRAN-OWENBY
Miss Vera Cochran and Buford
Owenby, both of the Flats section,
were married last week with T. D.
Denny officiating.
Mrs. Owenby is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cochran, while
Mr. Owenby is the son of Colum
bus Owenby, all of Flats.
C. R. Patten returned to his hime
in Columbus, S. C, Monday after
spending the past week here with
Mrs. Patten at the Franklin Ter-
Lester Arnold left last week for
Athens, Ga., to take a business
course at Athens Business College.
James Hames, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Hames, of Atlanta, Ga.,
spent Sunday here visiting friends.
Mrs. Burton Shirah, of Braden
town, Fla., has returned to her
home, after spending several days
here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T.
C. Justus, at their home on the
Georgia road.
The Rev. W. T. Potts, of High
lands, was among the business visit
ors here Tuesday.
Robert and Furman Cansler, of
Pisgah Forest, spent the week-end
here with their father, Jack Cans
ler, and Mrs. Cansles at their home
on Iotla.
Miss Artie Williams, of Canton,
is spending sevedal days here visit
ing friends. Miss Williams was
formerly a nurse in Angel hospital
here for several years.
Mrs. W. R. Henderson, Miss
Magaret Cornelius and Miss Eliza
beth Horner were the week-end
guests of Mrs. Alice Childers, at
her home near the Roller Mill.
Jack Sanders, who underwent an
operation at Angel hospital Sun
day, was reported to be doing
nicely Tuesday.
C. D. Baird left last week for
Oklahoma for a visit with his sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Perry.
Sheriff and Mrs. A. B. Slagle and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Slagle spent
Thursday of the past week at
Hickory attending a meeting of the
State Creamery association.
Miss Annie Slagle and Miss
Amanda Slagle attended the fun
eral of Mrs. Hattie Evans at
Hayesville last week. Mrs. Evans
was a sister of Miss Annie Slagle
Mrs. John M. Moore is spending
several weeks in Knoxvilte, Tenn.,
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Col
lins, who is ill.
Misses Ezella and Ethel Hurst
spent Monday of this week in
Asheville shopping.
Julian Waldroop, who is working
at Anderson, S. C, spent the
week-end with his family on Car
toogechaye. D. N. Blaine, who is with the
Mutual Life Insurance Co., in
New York, recently spent several
days here with his mother, Mrs.
John Blaine and sister, Mrs. Mack
Franks, at their home on West
Main street.
Mrs. I. T. Smith, of Shawnee,
Okla., arrived here Friday with her
small granddaughter, Doxine Cam
bron, for a viist with Mrs. Smith's
uncle, C. L. Blaine. Mrs. Smith,
before her marriage, was Miss Me
mel Sanders of this county.
LATfST
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32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size It!
requires A yards of 36 inch ma
terial with H yard of coatrastio
Ideal House Dress
Pattern 1317 The contrasting re
ver, pocket and buttons give smart
ness and style. The capelet sleeve
is loose and comfortable to wear.
The wrap around skirt slenderizes
the hips, and best of all, makes it
very easy to slip on.
Among those attending the 11th
congressional district conference of
the Democratic party, held at
Waynesville Wednesday, were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Morrison, C. Tom
Bryson, Harley R. Cabe, Sheriff A.,
B. Slagle, Dr. W. A. Rogers, John
W. Edwards, C. Frank Moody,
Vance Fouts and Joe Bailey Fouts.
Kate Ashe, small daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Ashe, of east
Franklin, fell and broke her arm
last Saturday while skating.
Mrs. Paul Carpenter is ill at her
home on Riverview street.
Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sloan left
Wednesday for their home in At
lanta, Ga., after spending several
days here at the Kelly Tea room.
Mrs. E. K. Cunningham, who was
injured in an automobile wreck,
suffering severe bruises and ner
vous shock, was reported Wednes
day to be doing nicely.
Miss Rosalind Bulgin has return
ed to her home here after spending
two weeks in Birmingham, Ala.,
visiting her uncle, Dr. S. P. Bulgin,
and Mrs. Bulgin.
Ralph Dean, of Burningtown, left
last wk for Chapel Hill, where
he will enter the University of
North Carolina.
Leonard Chandler, who has been
working here in the A&P store for
several weeks, left Sunday for west
Asheville.
Mrs. Henrv Slagle returned to
her home on Cartoogechaye last
Wednesday after spending the sum
mer in Randall, Wash., visiting her
son, Hal Slagle.
Mrs. Quince Hauser has return
ed to her home here after nursing
patient in Clayton, Ga.
Joel Dalton returned to his work
in Gastonia Sunday after spending
several days with his family at
West's Mill.
Miss Ruth Higdon left Sundav
for Wilson, where she will teach
school this winter.
Miss Josephine Hiedon left re
cently for Athens. Ga.. where she
entered Athens Business college.
Mrs. Henderson Callowav and
young daughter returned to their
home on Bidwell street last week
after spending several days in Bry
son City with Mrs. Callowav' s oar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McLean, of
West's Mill, were among the visit
ors here Saturday.
SHOES
for the whole family
We carry a complete stock of the well known
Central line of shoes. There is no more reliable
brand of shoes on the market. They are all
leather and built to give the best of service.
Buy them once and you will never want to buy
any other shoes.
Men's Dress Shoes $1-50 to $3-50
Men's Work Shoes . $1.35 to $3-50
Men's High Top Boots
Solid Leather $3-50 to $8-50
Boys' Shoes .$1.35 to $3-00
Ladies' Shoes in Dress
and Work Patterns $1-35 to $3-50
Children's Shoes . 50c to $2-00
Moses Blumenthal
Franklin, N. C.
HOW TO ORDER
PATTERNS
Sand IS cants in coin (for each
pattern desired), your NAME.
ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER
and SIZE to Patricia Dow. Care
The Franklin Press and High
lands Macon ian. Pattern Dept.,
115 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn. N.Y
Miss Lois Henry, Miss Grace
McGaha and Miss Annie Dee
Leatherman, who are taking a busi
ness course in Athens, Ga., spent
the week-end with their respective
families.
Miss Evelyn Gibson left Sunday
for Athens, Ga., to enter the Uni
versity of Georgia.
W. C. West and Bob Shutt, who
spent the past two weeks visiting
Mr. West's father, W. J. West and
Mrs. West, at West's Mill, have
returned to their home in Detroit,
Mich.
Mrs. E. R. Kinnebrew returned
to her home in Athens, Ga., last
week, after spending several months
here with relatives and friends.
K. R. Helton, of Fort Oglethorpe,
Ga., spent the week-end here visit
ing friends.
John E. Rickman has returned to
his home here after making a busi
ness trip to Winston-Salem.
Joe H. Franklin, of Waynesville,
came over recently to spend the
winter with his son, J. R. Frank
lin, and Mrs. Franklin, at their
home on Franklin Route 4.
John McCollum spent Sunday in
High Point visiting his brother,
Phil McCollum, and Mrs. McCol
lum. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Fouts spent
the week-end in Burnsville visiting
Dr. Fout's son, Dover Fouts, and
Mrs. Fouts.
Reid Cabe, former Macon county
boy who now lives in Maryland
near Washington, D. G, was in
town on business for two days last
week. He was accompanied by
G. E. Wilson and son, David, prom
inent lumber men of Maryland.
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Births
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Patton an
nounce the birth of a son, How
ard Carey, at their home on Bid
well street on Friday, September 21.
On Monday, September 17, a
daughter, Loretta Joan, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holland at their
home at Cullasaja.
Germany's plan of using surplus
saving deposits for financing pub
lic works has been blasted by re
cent decreases in savings accounts.
J. C. Schmidt, of Bay shore, Fla.,
spent the week-end here visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T
C. Justice.
Mrs. C. R. Patten and young son,
who have been spending several
weeks at the Franklin Terrace, left
Wednesday morning for Augusta,
Ga., for a visit with relatives be
fore returning to their home in
Columbia, S. C.
"Uncle Rufe" Hall, a Confederate
veteran, of Etna, was among the
business visitors here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McNeil have
returned to their home here after
spending a week in Washington
D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Angel and
Miss Grace Angel, of Gastonia,
were recently visiting their mother
at Prentiss.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lambert
have returned to their home at
Gastonia after spending two weeks
visiting Mrs. Lambert's mither, Mrs.
Sam N. Angel, at ther home at
Prentiss.
The Rev. Eugene R. Eller, who
is taking treatment at the Baptist
State Hospital at Winson-Salem,
was repored to be doing nicely
Wednesday.
Miss Angie Deal left Wednesday
for Daytona Beach, Fla., where she
will spend ten days visiting relatives
and friends.
Weaver Landrum came up from
Daytona Beach, Fla., for a short
visit with relatives and friends. He
was accompanied on his return
Wednesday by Mrs. Landrum and
two children, who have been spend
ing the summer with Mrs. Lan-
drum's father, Pierce Deal, at his
Prices that say-
"Buy Now"
Children's Coat Sweaters 50c
Boys' and Girls' Slip-Over Sweaters 50c
Ladies' Coat Sweaters $1.00
Outing White and Colors yard 10c
Sheeting Fine Quality yard 8c
Children's All Wool Zipper Sweaters .98c
Men's All Wool "Windproof '
Zippers Blue Melton Jackets $3.50
Men's Horsehide Leather Coats $4.95
Ladies' Coats and Swagger
Suits
in lovely Fall colors All Wool
materials Silk lined and
interlined
$998
2-lb. Quilt Rolls Good Prints 25c
Linoleum Mats 2 large mats for 25c
Rag Rugs Colonial Style..... 15c
Scarfs, Center Pieces and Pillow Tops
to be embroidered each piece only 10c
COMPLETE FALL AND WINTER LINE
ON DISPLAY
Sanders' Store
home on Franklin route 4.
    

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