North Carolina Newspapers

THURSDAY, MAY 30, 113$
Special Series of Services
Planned at Methodist
Different organizations within
the Franklin Methodist church are
planning to sponsor the attendance
at the special services to be held
in the church each night next
week. The Rev. James G. Huggin,
Jr., prominent young Methodist
minister and pastor of the Metho
dist church in Mt. Holly, N. C, is
to be the preacher. It is expected
that there will be large congrega
tions present each night to hear
Mr. Huggin.
The week of special services will
begin Sunday morning with a ser
mon by the Rev. C. C. Herbert,
D. D., father of the pastor of the
Franklin Methodist church and
pastor of Trinity Methodist church
in Sumter, S. C. Dr. and Mrs.
Herbert are staying for a brief
period in their summer home at
Lake Junaluska, and will come to
Franklin for a week-end visit to
their son and daughter-in-law, the
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Herbert, Jr.
The sermon on Sunday morning!
will be the tirst which Dr. tieroert
has preached in Franklin. The
Methodist congregation is looking
forward eagerly to hearing this
distinguished minister.
Rev. Mr. Huggin will preach for
the first tirrle on Monday night,
and will preach thereafter each
night during the week at 8 p. m.
The organizations which will spon
sor the attendance are as fallows:
Monday night, June 3, Social Ser
vice Workers; Tuesday night, Men's
Bible class; Wednesday night, Jun
iors and Intermediates, ages 9-15;
Thursday night, Woman's Mission
ary society; Friday night, Epworth
League; and Saturday night, board
of stewards.
The annual conference of the
Methodist church in Western North
Carolina has recognized Mr. Hug
gin's outstanding ability by ap-'
pointing him as a member of the
important conference board of
Christian education. He is not on
ly a gifted pulpit orator, but he is
also a pastor of ability. Within
the past year at his present pasto
rate in Mt. Holly he has led his
church in the paying off of a
church debt of long standing. Bish
op Paul B. Kern preached the
dedicatory sermon at the church in
Mt. Holly about 'three months ago
when the church was dedicated.
A series of musical numbers is
being planned for the special ser
vices by James B. Porter, organist
and director of the choir at the
Methodist church. Everyone is in
vited to all the services, which will
continue through Sunday, June 9.
Che.ley C. Hrbrt, Jr., Piaster
(Each Sunday)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
7:15 p. m. Epworth League meet
ing. 8 p. m. Evening worship.
Canton's Chapel
(Each Sunday)
2:30 p. m. Sunday school.
(2nd and 4th Sundays)
3:15 p. m. Preaching service.
Rev. Eugene R. Eller, Pastor
(Sunday, June 2)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship with sermon
by the pastor.
7 p. m. Baptist Training Union.
8 p. m. Worship with sermon by
the pastor.
(Wednesday, June S)
8 p. m. Prayer service, followed
by church conference.
Rev. Frank Bloxham, Rector
St. Agnes, Franklin
(Sunday, June 2)
11 a. m. Holy Communion and
sermon by the rector.
7:30 p. m. Y. P. 5. L. meeting.
Incarnation, Highlands
(Sunday, June 2)
11 a. m. Church school.
4 p. m Evening prayer and ser
mon by the rector.
Attractions of Franklin
As Summer Resort Praised
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day trip from Franklin. Here one
can gain first-hand information as
to what the government is doing to
preserve and-intensify the great
natural beauty of some of the
mountain sections of our country,
and to make that beauty available
to the people.
Good Golf Course
Franklin, itself, is a well equip
ped resort center. It Jras a good
golf, course and has recently com
pleted as one of the government
aid projects a , magnificent swim
ming pool.
"While the trip to Franklin af
fords a delightful week-end out
ing, it would be better to plan to
stay at Franklin a week or longer
so as to enjoy the many points of
interest which cluster around it.
The route is over Route 3 to
Atlanta, Route 8 to Lawrenceville,
Route 23 through Gainesville, Cor
nelia and Clayton to the state line,
Franklin being only a few miles
over in North Carolina."
Relief Labor Employed
On Improvement
Twenty relief workers have been
employed the past ten days in im
proving the Methodist, Baptist and
Presbyterian cemeteries in Frank
lin. The work now is nearing com
pletion and the old cemeteries,
overgrown with brush and honey
suckle vines for years, have been
greatly improved in appearance.
Approaches to the cemeteries and
the paths between the grave plots
have been cleared so that those
wishing to visit the graves of loved
ones may do so with ease. Grass
is to be planted in the cemeteries
with the seed furnished by the
churches to which they belong.
The projects were undertaken
with funds set aside for road im
provement and beautificatkxn.
Rainbow Springs Wins
Game from Cherokee
The Rainbow Springs baseball
team defeated the Cherokee nine,
13 to 9, at Rainbow Springs Satur
day afternoon. It was the third
victory for Rainbow out of four
games played.
The team goes to Marble Satur
day of this week.
Jackson Farmers Try
Asiatic Chestnuts
A number of Jackson county
farmers recently set out 10 seedling
the southern Appalachians. The
trees each of the Asiatic chestnut
with the hope of creating a new
stand of chestnut that will with
stand the blight which has killed
out nearly all of the chestnuts in
seedlings were furnished by the
Tennessee Valley Authority and
were planted as an experiment to
determine the advisability of plant
ing more. The "Asiatic chestnut, it
is said, will bear chestnuts in three
to five years.
WANTED Roots and herbs.
Write or see W. M. Sutton,
Franklin, N. C, or J. G. Hunnicutt,
Leatherman, N. C.
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
Route of 800 families. Write to
day. Rawleigh, Dept. NCE-74-SA,
Richmond, Va.
Just Arrived
As scant as they are
becoming, year af
ter year, a bathing
suit must be fash
ioned for comfort.
... in all models,
all sizes, all colors
and color combina
tions. See them.
75c to $4.95
The Shop of Quality
Franklin, N. C.
With the opening of the fall quarter on the
first Monday in September, 1935, the Rabun
Gap-Nacoochee School, as a farm school, will
offer in addition to the 10th and 11th grades of
high school two years of study and training as
a Junior Vocational College.
For Junior College students the charges for
board and tuition, besides the general fees, are
(125 for the session of nine months. Students
who can not pay $125 in cash can reduce it to
$100 by entering in th summer quarter and
working four weeks in advance. Those who can
not pay $100 in cash can reduce it to $75 by
working eight weeks in advance. The charges
for high school students, besides the general
fees, are $100. Those1 who can not pay $100
can reduce it to $50 by working six weeks in
For the booklet describing the School in de
tail, the forms of application for admission, and
other information, apply to
A. J. RITCHIE, President, or
C. L. HARRELL, Dean,
Rabun Gap, Georgia
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