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THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
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WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!
Sponsored By the Franklin Troop of the Boy Scouts of America
10:30 A. M. Baby Parade for children from one to three years
) old.
11:00 A. M Games and contests for girls. Cash prizes to be
awarded. ,
2:00 P. M. Grand Parade. Prizes for best costume, best dec- ,
orated car, etc
2:30 P. M. Games and contests for boys. Prizes.
4:00 P. M. Demonstration by Girl Scouts.
8:00 P. M. Musical and Vaudeville Show in Courthouse.
9:30 P. M. Dance at Camp Nikwasi.
9:45 P. M. Grand fireworks display.
10:00 A. M. till Midnight Continuous performance at Macon
Theatre.
NOT SPONSORED BY BOY SCOUTS.
COME EVERYBODY AND HAVE A GOOD TIME
Franklin Shoe Shop
Troy F. Horn
Esso Station No. 600
John Cunningham On the Scjuare
JOSEPH ASHEAR
fready-to-Wear for Everybody
Perry's Drug Store
Macon County Supply Co.
Everything in Hardware
SANDERS' STORE
Sells Everything
Bryant Furniture Co.
MOSES BLUMENTHAL
For Good Merchandise
PEOPLE'S MARKET
Angel's, the Champion Shoe Shop
On the Job Every Day
J. B. PENDERGRASS
General Merchandise
Macon Printing Company
J. J. Moore
LEACH BROTHERS
Hardware and Specialties
Esso Station No. 611
NEAR DEPOT
Special Prices on Atlas Tires
The Franklin Press
Printers and Publishers
WAndNS' CAFE
Eat With Ut Today
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Peek's Hotel & Cafe
R. L. WOMACK
Standard Esso Dealer
Angel's Drug Store
The REXALL Store
Roy F. Cunningham
Groceries and Feeds
E. K. Cunningham & Co.
The Shop of Quality
CITY SHOE SHOP
Charley Sutton, Mgr.
Franklin Hardware Co.
Hardware, Building Material?
THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1935
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