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THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
THURSDAY. JUNE 27, 1935
WEATHERMAN
WOMAN DIES
Funeral Services Held
Monday For Mrs. Em
ma Owens Gibson
Mrs. Emma Owens Gibson, widow
of the late Hayes Gibson, died at
her home at Leatherman Monday
morning at 1 o'clock. She had been
seriously ill for two weeks.
Funeral services were conducted
at Snow Hill Methodist church
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock by
the Rev. B. W. Lefler, assisted by
the Rev. W. L. Bradley, Baptist
minister, of Oak Grove.
Mrs. Gibson was 76 years, 9
months and 24 days old at the
time of her death. She was a de
vout Christian and had been a
member of the Snow Hill Metho
dist church since arly childhood.
She was a splendid neighbor and
a woman who will be greatly miss
ed by her friends.
The deceased is survived by three
sons, Robert Gibson and Roy Gib
son, of Leatherman, and Fred Gib
son, of Canton, Ohio; an adopted
daughter, Mrs. Jesse Patterson, of
DillsboTO, and ten grandchildren.
A large crowd of relatives and
friends from out of the county at
tended the funeral.
EPISCOPAL
Rev. Frank Bloxham, Rector
St Agnea, Franklin
(Sunday, June 30)
7;30 a. m. Holy communion.
8:00 p. m. Evening prayer and
sermon by the rector.
(Wednesday, July 3)
8:00 p. m. Bible class and choii
rehearsal.
Incarnation, Highlands
11:00 a. m. Morning prayer and
sermon by the rector.
Good Shepherd, Cashier
4:00 p. m. Evening prayer and
sermon.
FRANKLIN BAPTIST
Rev. Eugene R EUer, Pastor
(Sunday, June 30)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 ;00 a. m Worship with sermon
by the pastor. Subject, "Grave
Yards of Lost Hope."
7 :00 p. m. B. T. U.
o.nn n m Worshin with sermon
by the pastor. Subject, "The Dif
ference in a Courageous and a
Triumphant Death."
(Monday, July 1)
8:00 p. m. Meeting of deacons,
junior deacons and finance com
miittee. (Wedneeday, July 3)
8:00 p. m. Commencement exer
cises of Daily Vacation Bible School
and church conference.
9:00 p. m. Choir practice.
(Friday, July 5)
8:00 p. m Meeting of Sunday
School Workers' Council.
frankl1nmethodist
Chesley C. Herbert, Jr, Pastor
(Each Sunday)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
7:15 p. m.Epwarth League meet
ing-
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Carton's Chapel
(Each Sunday)
2:30 p. m Sunday school.
(2nd and 4th Sunday)
3:15 p. m. Preaching service.
CATHOLIC
Catholic services are held every
second and fourth Sunday morning
at 8 o'clock at the home of John
Wasilik in the Orlando apartments,
the Rev. H. J. Lane, of Waynes
ville. officiating.
Births
Mr. and Mrs, Burton Boesser
announce the birth of a son, Burton
Charles, Jr., on Saturday, June 22,
at the Sarah Lieth hospital in Nor
folk, Va. Mrs. Boes&er, before
marriage, was Miss Edith Cunning
ham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Cunningham, of Franklin
Route L
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Childers
announce the birth of a son, Car
roll Lee, at their home at the Roll
er Mill on Tuesday morning, June
18.
I CHURCH
Announcements
Highlands
EDITED BY MRS.
"BOBBY" JONES EXPECTED
IN HIGHLANDS SOON
Robert Tyre (Bobby) Jones, Jr.,
of Atlanta, who recently under
went an operation for appendicitis,
is expected to arrive soon at his
summer home on Little Yellow
Mountain, near the Highlands
Country' club, for rest and re
cuperation. FAMOUS CARTOONIST
IN HIGHLANDS
Among distinguished guests at the
Highlands Country club is Frank
Willard, famous cartoonist and cre
ator of "Moon Mullins" of the
comic strips. Mr. Willard, whose
home is at Tampa, Fla., is accom
panied by his wife and two chil
dren. They expect to remain in
Highlands for the summer.
ADVERTISING HIGHLANDS
The Highlands Chamber of Com
merce recently obtained a quantity
of attractive pamphlets to send out
to people inquiring about the com
munity as a summer resort. The
pamphlets contain pictures of Bri
dal Veil Falls, a scene on Highway
No. 28 between Franklin and High
lands, the Upper Cullasaja or Dry
Falls; names of real estate dealers
and listings of hotels and their
rates. Many of these pamphlets
already have been sent to all parts
of the country.
CONDUCTING STORY HOUR
On Tuesday and Saturday after
noons of ach week Miss Hines is
conducting a children's hour, when
she tells stories and plays games
with numerous children who at-
BAPTIST BIBLE
SCHOOL OPENS
To Continue Through July
3; 63 Enrolled In
Classes
The Daily Vacation Bible School
opened in the First Baptist church
here Monday, June 24, with an en-j
rollment of 63, and will continue
through July 3. On Wednesday!
evening, July 3, the commencement
exercises will -be given at" the'
church, beginning at 8 o'clock. Af - j
ter the exercises the teachers andi
pupils will be hosts and hostesses;
to the visitors in the different ex-'
hibit departments. All interested (
friends are cordially invited to at
tend the commencement and see
the exhibits.
The faculty is composed of the
following :
Mrs. J. C. Barrmgton, principal
and general superintendent; Mrs.
Gilbert, superintendent of music;
J. D. Franks, superintendent of
wood craft; Mrs. Paul Carpenter,
superintendent of beginners depart
ment; Miss Nina Carpenter, super
intendent of primary department;
Mrs. E. R. EUer, superintendent of
junior department; Mrs. Theo
Kiser, superintendent of inter
mediate department; Miss Jarvis
Ledford, Miss Edith Seay, Miss
Annie Belle Mashburn, Miss Helen
Joines, Mrs. Alf Higdon, Mrs. J.
R. Ray, teachers and helpers in
the different departments.
Length of Esophagus
The esophagus, or gullet, is about
9 inches long and extends from the
pharaynx to the stomach.
MAKE YOUR OWN
WAVE SET
Wave your hair at home for a penny!
New improved Wildroot Wave Powder
makes a pint of professional wave set
for 10c 3 pints for 25c. You make your
own wave set by mixing powder with
water. Keeps indefinitely. Leaves no
white flakes. Approved by Good House
keeping Bureau. Simple directions in
every package for finger waving or re
setting permanent. Get a package now
at any drug store or toilet goods counter.
25c size
MAKES I PINTS
10c SIZE, 1 PINT
Highlights
T. C HARBISON
tend. A nominal fee is charged for
each child attending.
RAMSH EAR-EDWARDS
Cecil B. Edwards, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mac Edwards, of Highlands,
and Miss Louise Ram shear, of West
Asheville, were married on May 18
at Rosman, N. C, with the Rev. G.
A Hovis, Methodist minister, of
ficiating. Mr. Edwards has been
a student at Brevard Institute in
Brevard, N. C. The marriage was
kept a secret by the young couple
until recently.
SUFFERS STROKE
J. Jay Smith, one of Highlands'
first and most prominent residents,
suffered a stroke of paralysis on
June 21 at his home here. Mr.
Smith at present is resting com
fortably. Mrs. G. W. Marett and Miss
Stella Marett made a trip to Frank
lin Tuesday.
The Boardsmans, of Sarasota,
Fla., who own a summer home near
Mirror Lake, arrived last week to
spend the summer.
John Gribble, of Franklin, nephew
of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McKinney,
was visiting relatives here last
week-end.
Miss Eva Potts, Miss Ethel Cal
loway and Norman Brown were in
Atlanta last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Jessup re
turned to their home here Satur
day after being with Mr. Jessup's
mother in Guilford, N. C, during
her recent grave illness. Mrs. Jes
sup was improving when Mr. and
Mrs. Jessup returned.
Bronc Busters
Perform Every Sunday af
ternoon at Fletcher
Greeted by a crowd which roared
approval, the Half Circle B Ranch
cowboys wrestled with a string of
unruly broncs and bawling steers
at the home ranch spectacle of
cowboy games last week, near
Fletcher. The event attracted close
to 1,000 people, who parked their
cars around the corral fence and
laughed and cheered at the buck-
aroos' antics. It was held under
the supervision of "California
Frank" Col. C. F. Hafley famous
old-time frontiersman and top-hand.
As predicted, the western horses
and cattle which participated in
this thrilling display measured up
to their reputations as bad actors.
Many a tough puncher bit the
dust in his efforts to tame these
grizzled immigrants from the west
ern ranges.
The Half Circle B Ranch, which
is the only one of its kind in the;
eastern United States, is putting
on these cowboy sports and races
every Sunday afternoon and July
4th at 3 o'clock. The ranch is
located three miles north of Fletch
er and six miles south of Fairview
on the Cane Creek road.
O. G. Coir, 59, Dies
At County Home
O. G. Cox, 59 years old, died at
the county home Friday night af
ter an illness of several months.
Funeral services were conducted
at the Holly Springs Baptist church
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock
with the Rev. A. S. Solesbee in
charge.
Mr. Cox was a member of the
Holly Springs Baptist church, hav
ing joined the church in early life.
The deceased is survived by two
children, one daughter, Mrs. Jau
nita Elliott, and one son, John
Cox, both of Franklin Route 4.
Bethel Cemetery
To Be Cleaned July 5
Members of Bethel Methodist
church and friends and relatives of
persons buried in the Bethel ceme
tery are requested to be at the
cemetery Friday, July 5, to assist
in cleaning the cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to sincerely thank our
many friends for their kind ex
pressions of sympathy and for the
beautiful floral offerings in the re
cent loss of our dear wife and
mother.
S. P. Pierson and children.
(Adv.) ltc
KM I
NEW YORK . . . Virgins V(
2&-year-eH radfe ate frem CahV
Ionia, is not only a good swlmieaj
bet has a voice ao Isessj that si
landed the f caters star contract on
tee new "Soeony BaetsMwck" pro
gram far her first
Broadway
Cecil Headrick and Mrs. Head
rick, of New York City, are spend
ing the summer on their farm on
West Broadway. They have as
their guest Mrs. Headrick's father,
Mr. Finklestein, of New York.
Miss Isabella' Batts, of New
York, is teaching school on Turtle
Pond.
Mr. Headrick's mother and sis
ter, of Kansas, are spending the!
summer on Broadway. f
Will Henry died at his home on
Turtle Pond, Thursday morning and
was buried at the Miller cemetery
Friday.
Stella Wilson who is working at
Camp Parry-Dise, spent the week
end with home folks.
Laurence Carpenter, of Tesenta,
spent the week-end in this commun
ity. Blanche and Frank Wilson are
on the sick list this week.
Mr. Headrick had the misfortune
of losing his cow this week.
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'RIDE 'EM, COWBOY'
And Can Those Half Circle B Cowboys Rake
Tm and Ride 'Em and How!
They work hard and they play hard and according to true
western tradition, half Circle B Cowboys will do their play
ing at the home ranch every Sunday afternoon (and July
4th) at three o'clock.
Where? At the only ranch of its kind in the Eastern United
States Half Circle B three miles north of Fletcher, N. C,
six miles south of Fairview on Cane Creek roadfollow
the signs.
Cowboy games, races, bronc riding, calf roping, fancy roping,
branding demonstration, trick shooting, steer riding and all
those other famous cowboy sports.
WESTERN HORSES-WESTERN CATTLE
WESTERN COWBOYS
Spills, thrills and fun a real treat that it different Come and
See the Half Circle B Buckaroos do their staff!
Admission SO Cents, Children 25 Cents
Mrs. Carl Slagle Named
U. D. C District Director
Mrs. Carl S. Slagle was elected
district director of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy at
the twenty-third annual district
meeting in Asheville last Friday.
Miss Elizabeth Slagle, daughter
of Sheriff and Mrs. A B. Slagle,
was chosen district secretary.
Classified
Advertisements
WANTED Fat hogs and cattle;
also chickens and eggs. We pay
cash.-SLOAN'S MARKET, Frank
lin, N. C
J27-ltc
FOR SALE Four cows, fresh
in. WILEY BROWN, Franklin, N.
C, Route Z
J27-ltp
WANTED White girl or woman
to help in household work and
nursing baby, to start work July
1. Must have experience and
references. Apply X, Franklin
Press.
ltp-LBP
FOR SALE
One 2 H. P. electric motor, $35
cash. Also shafting, pdlleys, and
shaft hangers with adjustable bear
ings. FRANKLIN PRESS.
J20&27
SALESMEN WANTED
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
Route of 800 families. Good prof
its for hustler. We train and help
you. Write today. Rawleigh Co.,
Dept. NCF-74-SA2, Richmond, Va.
2tp-J 13-27
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WANTED 500 girls and boys
and others to trade with us July
4th. We will have a plentiful sup
ply of fresh roasted peanuts, rub
ber balloons, chewing gum, crackers
and candies, tobaccos and cigarettes.
We will be looking for you. It is
the big holiday.-C. T. BLAINE,
ltc J27
WANTED
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE
lor
"The Mountaineer
Magazine"
Grove Arcade, Asheville, N. C
To handle subcu iytiriS, news
item and advertising. This pub
lication aha interested at receiv
ing short manuscripts and poems
concerning mountain people.
Write and give full particulars
regarding yourself and experience.
    

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