THUR3DAY, JUNE 6, 135
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
MRS. JONATHAN MORGAN
ENTERTAINS WITH SHOWER
Mrs. Jonathan Morgan entertain
ed with a miscelleanous shower at
her home at Wesfs Mill Saturday
night honoring Mrs. Ralph Bryson
ee Miss Marie Morgan.
The honoree was the recipient
of many lovely and useful gifts.
The hostess served delicioos cake
U. D. C. TO MEET JUNE 10
WITH MRS. MOODY
The Macon County Chapter of
the United Daughters of the Con
federacy will hold its regular
monthly meeting with Mrs. Frank
Moody vat the Moody Farm on
Monday afternoon, June 10, at
All members are urged , to attend.
SOCIAL SERVICE WORKERS
TO HOLD MEETING
The Social Service Workers of
the Franklin Methodist church will
hold their regular monthly meeting
with Mrs. R. S. Jones on Friday
afternoon, June 7, at 3 o'clock.
All members are urged to be
Robert C. Brooks, of Cornelia,
Ga., was among the business visit
ors here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Angel, Jr..
and young son, Tommy, returned j Mrs. Charlie T. Blaine left Fri
to their home here Sunday after ' day for Portland, Ore,., where she
Mrs. Weaver Landrum and two
daughters, of Daytona Beach, Fla.,
have arrived to spend the summer
with Mrs. Landrum's father, Mr.
Deal, at his. home on Route 4 and
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W,
P. Landrum on Cullasaja.
Mrs. Daisy Giddens Murphy, of
Tampa, Fla., has arrived in Frank
lin to spend the summer at Tri
mont Inn. Her son, Pat Murphy,
who is motoring from Florida, will
join his mother on Friday.
Mrs. R. W. Carrington and
daughter, of San Mateo, Fla., are
spending this month visiting1 Mrs
Carrington's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Cabe, at Otto.
Edward J. Dinzler, of the De
partment of Commerce, Division of
Fisheries, is stopping at Trimont
Mrs. R. D. Sisk left Wednesday
morning -for a month's visit with
her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Gouge,
in Bakersville, and her son, Van
Sisk, at Charlotte.
Miss Frances Solesbee, who has
been making her home with Mrs.
C. D. Baird, left recently for
Charlotte, where she will enter a
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cansler
and two children, Virginia and Rog
ers, spent the week-end with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cans
ler and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. My
ers, at their homes on Iotla
spending ten days in New York.
Mrs. Homer Nichols and chil-
will spend the summer with her
daughter, Mrs. James Young, and
dren, of Tallahassee, Fla., arrived, Mr. Young. Mrs. Blame expects to
last week for a visit with Mrs.! visit several western cities while
Nichols' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles McClure, at their home on
Franklin Route 2.
Miss Margaret Franks, Miss Ma
rie Palmer, Miss Elizabeth Dowdle
and Miss Elizabeth McGuire, stu
dents at the Women's College, Uni
Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Poindexter,
of Cdllowhee, spent the week-end
here with Mrs Pnindpxter's nar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Ray, on ns son, U JL. Cartledge, and Mrs
Dr. and Mrs. Bryant Dixon, of
Marion, N. C, spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Jones .at
their home on West Main street.,
W. P. Deal, of Route 4, visited
his daughter, Mrs. R. L. Fullbright,
at Lake Junaluska last week.
Will Elmore, son of Mr. an
Mrs. J. B. Elmore, of West's Mill,
has returned from Colorado to
spend the summer with his parents.
He was a member of the freshman
class in the University of Colorado
during the past school session.
Edwin Cunningham, formerly of
Franklin, is sailing for the British
West Indies on June 12, from Mi
ami, Fla. Edwin is accompanied by
his sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Nix, of Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Nix will be remembered as
Mrs. Elizabeth Cunningham Sewell.
Edwin plans to spend most of the
summer vacation in the West In
dies. He is a student at Tech high
Alton Corpening, of Danville, Va.,
is spending a few days with his
mother, Mrs. J. T. Corpening, on
Cartoogechaye. Miss Brandon Cor
penirig, of Charlotte, N. C, joined
them for the week-end. Miss Cor
pening came especially to bring her
little sister, Dixie, who has been
attending Bethune School and the
Henderson School of Dramatics in
Mrs. E. C. Jameson, of Silver
Springs, Fla., has taken an apart
ment with Mrs. W. L. Higdon
for the summer and fall.
Mrs. James Fowler returned to
her home here Saturday after
spending several days with her
husband in Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Dover Fouts and
three sons, of Brunsville, are
spending several days with Mr.
Fouts father, Dr. J. H. Fouts, and
Mrs. Fouts at their home on Iotla
Miss Mabel Parker and Miss
Amanda Slagle left Saturday for
Wrightsville, Ga., where they will
spend a week with Miss Parker's
S.. C. Cartledge, of Athens, Ga.,
is spending this week here visiting
Mrs. Louise Cotter left Sunday
versity of North Carolina, at i for Atlanta and LaGrange, ba.,
Greensboro, returned to Franklin where she spent the first of the
last week to spend the summer week with friends,
vacation with their families. Miss Ruth Higdon, who has been
Miss Nancy Jones, daughter of teaching school at Wilson, returned
Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer A. Jones, to her home at Higdonville Sunday,
who has been attending Peace In- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Nichols, Jr.,
stitute in Raleigh, has returned to and young son, Douglas Van, left
her home here for the summer. Thursday for Florence, Ala., where
Leo Banks and sister, Miss Mar- they will spend two weeks visiting
jorie Banks, of Newnan, Ga., are! Mr. Nichols mother, Mrs. D. W.
spending seVeral weeks here visit
ing their aunt, Mrs. T. S. Munday,
at the Munday Hotel.
Mrs. Sanford Dickson, of Canton,
Miss Grace Baird, who has been
spending several months with her
sister, Mrs, Charles Perry, and at-
Ga., has been spending several days, tending school in El Reno, Okla.,
here visiting her mother, Mrs. arrived here last Friday to spend
Charles L. Ingram, and sister, Mrs. the summer with her mother, Mrs.
Dewitt Sutton, at their home on C. D. Baird, at her home on Bon
Route 4. ny Crest.
The Shop of Quality
For Your Forest Green Shirt
They Have Them Ranging
In Price From
$1.00 -$1.50 -$2.50
In All Sizes
SWEET-ORR & CO.
The Shop of Quality
E. K. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
Franklin, N. C.
Cartledge, at their home on West
Main street. s
Miss Grace Freeman, of Valdese,
and her niece, Miss Virginia Free
man, of Pittsburg, Pa., are guests
at Trimont Inn.
Mrs. Lee Crawford has returned
to her home here, after spending
several weeks with her daughter,
Mrs. W. A. Rousseau, in Washing
ton, D. C.
Manson Stiles, who is working in
Lawrehceville, Ga., spent the week
end here with Mrs. Stiles at their
home on Bidwell street.
Fred Sweatman, who has been
spending several weeks visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sweat
man at their home on Cartooge
chaye, left Saturday for Chicago,
111., where he works.
Mrs. Alice Murray, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Jarrell and two chUdren,
John and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Murray and I. V. Murray,
of Athens, Ga., spent Sunday here
with Mrs. Murray's daughter, Mrs.
George J. Johnston, and Mr. Johns
ton at their home on Harrison avenue!
Miss Josephine Galbraith. of
Galbraith Springs, Tenn., is the
guest of Miss Lane Porter, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Porter.
MY WIND !
AS A CONSTANT
SMOKER I AGREE
WITH MR. SARAZEN
MILDNESS. AND I
NEVER TIRE OF
GINI SARAZEN, champion golfer
These 3 Men Keep
The Postman Busy
Senator Huey P. Long, of Louis
iana, with his "share-the-wealth
program; Father Charles E. Cough
lin, of Royal Oak, Michigan, with
his National Union for Social Jus
tice: and Dr. Frank E. Townsend,
of Long Beach, California, with his
old-age pension plan, account for
much of' the mail which travels
over the country each day, reports
The Literary Digest.
Most Senators occupy three
rooms in the Senate Office Build
ing. But Huey Long has five
rooms. When his staff overflowed
the normal Senatorial quarters,
Senator Long moved some of his
clerks into the corridor. As a re
suit the Government allotted him,
without extra charge, two more
At the peak, in April, Senator
Long employed twenty-two clerks
on the day-shift, and fourteen at
night. The mail averages 60,000
letters a week.
Doctor Townsend had a paid
force of fifty in the main office at
Long Beach last winter. One thou
sand two hundred dollars a day
was spent on postage-stamps. Fath
er Coughlin hires 217 clerks.
Druid LL Sheeting JL
We can sell the whole lot wholesale for 1 J
more but our customers come first.
Children's Sandals, gQc
Sizes up to 2 v
Children's White and Patent Straps, QCc
Sizes to 3
Infants' Soft Sole Shoes and 0)c
Men's Dress Oxfords, $1.79
Values to $2.50 1
Men's Work Shoes $1 .49 $1 .25
Good Plough Shoes
Men's Dress Oxfords, White, Black $0 95
Combinations--Very best shoes VaL to $5
High Grade Garment
About 25 Dozen Only
Same Grade as Men's
About IS Dozen Only
100 Pairs Ladies' Strap Shoes, $ j .00
Close-Outs of real good shoes, pair.....
Rag Rugs, f Cc
Washable, 18 X 36 size
Bread Pans, O OCc
Regular 19c value for
Aluminum Percolators, CAC
8-Cup Size HI
Water Glasses f OCc
Big Assortment " for
See our Men's All Wool Suits 13'95
Girls' Anklets, Qc
All Colors and Whites, pair