THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1135
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
1 The Fourth "James On Heavyweight Ttirone
Penniet Pay for Wadding
THE DALLES, ORE. Earl
Clarke and Juanita White bought
their marriage license and paid the
minister who performed the cere
monywith pennies, saved during
all of last year for just such a
COMINGS AND GOINGS
U. p. C. TO MEET
The Maocm County Chapter of
the United Daughters of Confeder
acy will hold their regular monthly
meeeting with Mrs. Carl S. Slagle on
Monday afternoon, July 8, at 3
All members are urged to attend.
HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mrs. Derald Ashe entertained
with a children's party at her home
on Harrison avenue Friday after
noon, honoring her daughter, Fran
ces, on her 12th birthday anni
versary. Many outdoor, games were enjoy
ed by those present, about 30 in
At the conclusion of the party
Mrs. Ashe served lemonade and
Misses Ezella and Ethel Hurst
entertained with a miscelleanous
shower Saturday evening at their
home on Harrison avenue for Mrs.
Robert L. Hyatt, nee Miss Nettie
Hurst, a recent bride.
The living room and dining room
which were thrown ensuite, were at
tractively decorated in mixed gar
Approximately 50 friends called
and the honoree was presented
many attractive and useful gifts.
Delicious refreshments were serv
ed by the hostesses.
Mrs. J. T. Gassaway, Mr. and
Mrs. Graves Duckett and daughter,
Ann, and Tom Duckett, of Central,
S. C, spent Sunday here visiting
Mrs Gassaway's brother, W. J.j
Zachary, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry S. Higgms on Harrison
avenue. They were accompanied on
their return Sunday afternoon by
T B A ckomnrp rvf KllCtlS
mo Ju hoc nVnHin sever-!
al days here visiting her brother,
W. J. Zachary.
Mrs. J. W. Church returned to
her home in North Wilkesboro Fri
day after spending several weeks
visiting her daughters, Mrs. John
Joines, and Mr. Joines at their
home on Bidwell street
Miss Ruth Higgins is spending
several days in Atlanta, Ga., visit
ing her cousin, Miss Eugenia Zach
ary. The condition of Mrs. Alice Chil
ders, who has been sick for the
past two weeks, remains unchanged
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cunning
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ham and young daughter, Sarah
Frances, have returned to their
home here after spending a week
in Eastman. Ga.. visiting relatives .
and friends. They were accom
panied on their return by Mrs.
Cunningham's mother, Mrs. W. F.
Peacock, of Eastman, who will
spend two Weeks here visiting.
Among those here last week to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Hayes
Gibson at the Snow Hill Methodist
church were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
DeHart, Robert DeHart, Mrs. Vin
nie Carter, Mrs. Emma Woodard
and Son, all of Bryson City, Mrs.
Elizabeth Higdon, Miss Doris Jones
and Lyle Jones, of Gay.
Mrs. Jesse Patterson, of Dills
boTo, is visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gibson, at
Leatherman. Mrs. Patterson is the
adopted daughter of the lite Mr.
and Mrs. Hayes Gibson.
Mrs. Truman Moody, of Sylva,
spent the first of this week here
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E Calloway.
Claud L. Rickman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Rickman, of
West's Mill, underwent an opera
tion for the removal of his appen
dix at the C. J. Harris hospital
at Sylva Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers Dalton
and "Top" Dalton, of Gastonia,
came up Friday for a visit with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
H. Dalton, at their home at West's
Marjorie Blumenthal, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Blumenthal,
had her tonsils removed at Angel
hospital Tuesday morning.
Mrs. I. L. Easton and. two chil
dren, Eleanor Ann and Dewey, re
turned here last week after spend
ing several months in Courtland,
Ala., where Mr. Easton is employ
ed. Miss Eleanor Sloan, who has
been teaching school in Lewiston,
Idaho, returned here last week to
spend the summer months with her
mother, Mrs. T. S. Sloan, at her
Lhome in East Franklin.
Miss Georgianna Tessier, who
has been taking a business course
in Dayton, Ohio, has returned to
her home here for the summer.
Mrs. Moses Blumenthal and
daughter, Marjorie, returned to
their home here Friday after a
visit with relatives and friends in
Miss Reta Hyatt, of Hayesville.
Spent the week-end here, the guest
of Jim Patton at his home in the
Mr. and Mrs. Jule G. Siler, of
Lavonia, Ga., spent several days
here with their daughter, Mrs. W.
L. Higdon, at her home on Main
street, and Mrs. Siler's sister, Miss
Lily Rankin, at her home on River
Miss Bernice Bradley left Friday
for Winston-Salem, where she will
spend a week visiting her brother,
Mrs. Mary Todd, of Charlotte, is
spending twQ weeks here the guest
of Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Moore at
their home on Bidwell street.
Mrs. A. B. Omahundro, who has
been here for several months work
ing in the Forest Service office,
left Saturday for her home in Gat
linburg, Tenn., to be with her hus
band, who is ill and expects to
undergo an operation soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henry, Sr.,
spent the week-end in JHenderson
ville visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Miss June Dady daugher
R Q Dad who hag yisit
. friends n Chattan Te
returned tJ hfir home here
Mr- and Mrs- Henry Holmes and
family, of Tampa, Fla., are ex
pected to arrive Friday. They have
leased the Neville Sloan house in
East Franklin for the summer.
Mrs. I. Thurman Mann, of High
Point, arrived Sunday for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hudson.
Judge and Mrs. Clem Sutton, of
Washington, Ga., are spending sev
eral days here visiting Mrs. Sut
ton's mother, Mrs. S. H. Lyle, Sr.,
at her home on Harrison' avenue.
Tom Kinsland, of Cullowhee,
spent the week-end here visiting
his sister, Mrs. Frank Henry, Sr.,
and Mr. Henry.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cabe, of New
York, are spending several days at
Otto visiting Mr. Cabe's father, D.
Mrs. Roy C. Dady returned to
her home on White Oak street last
week after an extended visit with
relatives and friends in Menlo, Ga.
Mrs. George A. Jones left Mon
day .for Asheville, where she will
spend a month with her son and
Joairrlit At i n lour X i" on1 A,f rc )
Weimer Jones, and with Mr. and
Mrs. G. Lyle Jones.
Mrs. J. H. Petty returned to her
home in High Point Friday after
a visit here yith her daughter,
Mrs. R. M. Hudson, and Mr. Hud
son. Mrs. Petty was accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, who
spent the week-end in High Point.
Johnny Young, of Athens, Ga., is
spending his vacation with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Young, at
their home on Franklin RoUte 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Allman
and two sons, of Baltimore, Md.,
are spending this week visiting Mr.
Allman's mother, Mrs. J. J. Conley,
at her home on Iotla street.
Charles Davis, who has been
working in Atlanta, Ga., for several
months, spent a few days here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Rob
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Malone and
Miss Doris Bailey, of Mebane,
spent Sunday night here, the guests
of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Rimmer, at
their home on West Main street.
Miss Helen Poliakoff, of Ander
son, S. G, Miss Emma Brown, of
Baltimore, Md., and Miss Lillian
Breen, of Rocky Mount, are spend
ing several days here, the guests
of Miss Evelyn Poliakoff, at her
home in East Franklin.
Mrs. D. Robert Davis is spending
several days in Sylva visiting rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd W. Cox and
NEW YORK . . . Above is James J. Braddoek, new heavyweight champion
of the world, with his wire and children in their New Jersey home. On
4he relief rolls a year ago, Braddoek reached the throne by outpointing Max
Baer here June 13. Braddoek is the fourth "James J." to hold the heavy
weight title, the other three were, James J. Oorbett, James J. Jefferiea,
Tames I. (Gene) Tunney.
two children, Hazel and Ralph, of
Greenville, S. G, spent the week
end visiting Mrs. Cox's brother, Dr.
W. E. Furr, and Mrs. Furr at
their home on the Georgia road.
Mrs. G. C. Ensley has returned
to her home in Asheville after
spending several days here visiting
her mother, Mrs. W. G. Wilkie.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rimmer, of
Charlotte, spent Monday afternoon
here with Mr. Rimmer's cousin,
Dr. R. M. Rimmer.
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Renner and
daughter, Yvonne, and Dr. and Mrs.
L. E. Renner have returned to their
home in Canton, Ohio, after a visit
here with their aunt, Mrs. W. A
Rogers, and Dr. Rogers.
H. B. Kelpin and daughter, Miss
Sarah Kelpin, came up from At
lanta, Ga., Sunday. Miss Kelpin
will spend the summer here with
her grandmother, Mrs. Myra All
man, while Mr. Kelpin returned to
his home Monday.
Vernon Enloe and Kenneth
Heatherly, of Greenville, S. C, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Young,
of Route 2, and other relatives in
Macon county this week.
Mrs. John Joines and two chil
dren, Helen and John, Jr., left Fri
day for North Wilkesboro, where
they will spend a week visiting rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. Robert L. Hyatt, nee Miss
Nettie Hurst, of Bryson City, spent
Saturday here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Queen and
children and Mrs. Vivian Hill and
daughter, of Canton, spent Satur
day at West's Mill, visiting at the
home of Mrs. Queen's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Miss Margaret Holbrooks, of
Candler, is spending several days
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Dalton, at West's Mill.
Miss Meatta Bringle, of Salis
bury, who has been visiting Mrs.
Truman Moody in Sylva, came over
Monday for a visit with the Rev.
and Mrs. J. A. Flanagan and oth
er friends in and around Franklin.
Miss Bringle was a former teacher
in the Franklin high school.
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Long, of
near Washington, Ga., are on an
extended visit with their daughter,
Mrs. J..L. Young, and Mr. Young
at their home on Franklin Route 2.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Rigdon and
son, Loy, of Tifton, Ga., are spend
ing this week here visiting Mr.
Rigdon's sister, Mrs. R. M. Rim
mer, and Dr. Rimmer.
Mrs. Lavada Compton, of Atlan
ta, Ga., arrived last week for a
visit with her mother, Mrs. S. P.
Penland, at her home on Franklin
Will Elmore, of West's Mill, ,N.
C, has returned to Denver, Colo
rado, where he expects to spend
Mrs. H. P. Ray and sister, Miss
Eliza Younce, of Iotla, are spend
ing several days visiting relatives
in Elizabethton, Tenn., and Bristol,
Miss Louise Ray spent the week
end in Clayton, Ga., visiting her
sister, Mrs. Louis Young, and Mr.
Can't Kick About Cow
LONDON, Ohio. Londoners are
slewing indisturbed by nightly bo
vine noises now. A city council
ordinance has been amended to for
bid the keeping of cows and calves
under three months old in sales
Air pressure is the result of the
weight of the air above us. The
higher we go, the less air above
us and the lower the pressure.
Conversely, down in a mine there
is more air above us, so the pres
sure is greater.
FOR THE NEW
Sc and 10c Store
Opening Date To Be Announced Soon
Best Market Prices Paid For
' Good Quality Beans
SEE ME BEFORE PICKING
! As I must arrange market sales in advance, it is
necessary for me to know about deliveries in advance.
It will be to your advantage, as well as mine, to see
me before picking your beans.
W. L. RICHARDSON
In Hastings & Ledford's Store
on Palmer Street
TOMMY ARMOUR, famous golf champion
a,r all YOU WANT 1
n...n ..YOU CAN SMOKE AUW
500 Abandoned Mines Soiled
POMEROY, Ohio.-Five hundred
abandoned mines in Meigs county
have been sealed since last March
by FERA workers. Their closing
is expected to stop the flow of
polluted water into streams.
Philosopher and Aviators
J "Philosophers are like aviators,"
I a TT" l-l- .a - . .
sam ni no, the sage of Chinatown.
"We think they will explore the
stars, but they are fortunate if
after a short flight they get back
to earth with dignity."
.Leonid meteors have been drawn
from their course by Jupiter, pre
venting its bright light being vis
ible on the earth during recent
years, as it was in 1866.
OTTAWA. Inmates will be paid
5 cents a day for work in Canadian
prisons if they behave themselves,
it is announced here. The money
will be handed to them on release.
Heals Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth ;
Excellent Gargle for Sore Throat
Don't lose your teeth. Use Mrs.
Cooper's Preparation. A new prin
ciple. Very Effective. Restores
bleeding gums to health. Sold at
PERRY'S DRUG STORE, Frank
lin, N. C. (Adv.)
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
When your heels roll
And your soles slide,
We'll save your sole
With old cow hide.
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP
"We Buy and Sell"
Box 212 Troy F. Horn