THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1135
$60 IS RAISED
(Continued from Pg One)
games punch was served.
Litt of Prizes
Following is a list cf the prizes
and their donors:
Milk pitcher,' Franklin Hardware
Co.; pair silk hose, Pendergrass
Store; Dutch clock, Bryant Furni
ture Co.; box dusting powder,
Angel's Drug Store; five gallons
CUoll rroa T nor Cabin Service Sta-
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oWtrir tnaster. Nantahala
, VMW 1
Power & Light Co.; coffee and
bacon, A. & P. Store; picture,
Con,irc' stnrp; blue oitcher, Ma
con County Supply Co.; two meal
tickets, Watfcins' Cafe; two luncn
eon tickets, Dixie Hall; tarn,. Blu
menthals; tarn, Polly's; box candy,
Cooke Players; ctean and press
suit or coat, Economy Cleaners;
one meal ticket, Munday Hotel;
year's subscription to Macon Re
view, Joe Moore; year's subscrip
tion' to Press-Maconian, Blackburn
W. Johnson ; teeth cleaning, Dr. W.
E. Furr; lubricating job, John Cun
ningham, Standard Station; taxi
trip, Mashburn & Palmer; taxi
trip, Harve Shidles; shampoo anu
finger wave, Franklin Beauty Shop.
Walnut end table, Ledford Furni
ture Co.; hand woven towel, Mrs.
J. W. C. Johnson, Trimont Inn;
wash and grease car, Lee Poin
ter Service Station; 5 gallons Shell
gas, Tracy Barnard Shell Sta
tion; Crystal water bottle, Leach
Brothers; 5 qts. Gulf Pride oil,
Roy Carpenter; 1 carton cigarettes
Dowdle Wholesale Co.; ice bag and
mallet, Kelly's Gift Shop; two
innrhrnn tirkets. Kelly's Tea Room;
two cans coffee, Star Market; or
gandie collar, Mrs. W. J. Zachary;
linen handkerchief, Jess Angel; jar
orange marmalade, Mrs. Ethel
Johnston; jar mixed pickles, Mrs.
W. W. Sloan; jar strawberry pre
serves, Leach sisters; jar jam, Mrs.
Sallie Sellers; jar pickles, Rogers
Hall; cake, Mrs. W. B. McGuire;
cake, Mrs. Roy Beshears; cake,
Mrs. Alice Rimmer; cake, Mrs. D.
D. Rice; four swim tickets, How
ard Valentine; cookie jar, Franklin
Vanity case, Perry's Drug Store;
pound butter, Nantahala Creamery;
two tickets Macon Theatre, Harley
Lyle; pair silk hose, Agnes Hig-
gins; auiiny ouui v..,
Gift Shop; shoe polish, City Shoe
Shop; Parker Pen and Pencil set,
Drs. Furman and Ed Angel; hair
T Aetr Conlev: box candy,
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Philip S. Hoyt; car wash, Triangle
Service Station, Erwin Patton;
gloves, E. K. Cunningham & Co.;
White Lilly cake flour, Roy Cun
ningham; bag rice, Sloan's Market;
!s & L. Store: man's shirt,
Joe Ashear; shampoo and finger
wave, Hallie's Beauty Shop; jar
pickles, Peoples Market; meal tick
et, Scott Griffin; meal ticket,
Peek's Cafe; ladies' handkerchief,
Trotter's Store; book, Eastern
Star; box candy, C. T. Blaine;
vanity box, Eckerd's Drug Store,
Asheville; 7 yards Biltmore home
spun for ladies' suit, F. L. Seely.
Cash donations were given by
G. L. Houk, C Tom Bryson,
Horner Stockton, Dr. J. L. West,
J. W. Addington, Roy Beshears,
r n Raird. Arnold's Cafe, Ben
McCullom, Ralph Womack, Henry
Cabe, Pope Ellard, Joines Motor
Co., Dr. W. A. Rogers, Horn's
Shoe Shop, M. D. Billings, A. B.
Slagle, J. S. Conley, Harley Cabe,
Fred Sloan, John Herbert Stone,
T. W. Porter, Sr., Franklin Ter
race, Miss Rachel Davis and Office,
Burrell, Chevrolet Co.
George Johnston, two new books
Cowee Ball Team Wins
From Camp F-9 Club, 9-2
The Cowee baseball team won a
9-to-2 victory1 oyer the club from
Camp NC F-9 of the Civilian Con
servation Corps Wednesday after
noon of last week. The game was
played on Camp F-9s field near
Franklin. Another srame between
these teams has been scheduled for
July 6 on the Cowee diamond.
Batteries in the last game were:
Cowee Duvall, Bryson; CCC F-9
Gaines, Rogers, Bebber, Lawson.
To Preach Here July 14
Dr. R. L. Moore, president of
Mars Hill College, will be in the
nulnit of the Baptist church both
morning and evening of Sunday,
July 14. All former Mars Hill stu
dents of Macon county are given
a cordial invitation to come and
hear Dr. Moore, and all the young
people of the county who are in
terested in gome to Mars Hill Col
lege this fall are urged to confer
with Dr. Moore while he is here.
The public also is invited to hear
YORK, Neb. ... The above awe
gome photo, showing the "funnel"
of a tornado which lashed down
near here, was taken at a distance
of a little more than a mile. Build
ings on three large farms were ear
ried away. The photo is copyrighted
by Wright Gale.
TUirn on Fridav. June 28, at
Madison. N. C. to Mr. and Mrs
Willis Cantey Johnson, a son, James
Willis Cantey. Mr. Johnson, a son
of Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson, of
Franklin, formerly lived here while
engaged by the contracting firm of
Cobb and Homewood in the con
struction of state highway No. 28
west of Franklin. Madison, N. C,
is the home of Mrs. Johnson's par
ents and she has been staying
there for several months while Mr.
Johnson has been at work on s
highway project near Fredericks
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Cope an
nounce the birth of a son, Perry
Wayne, at their home on Palmer
street, Wednesday, June 24.
Longest Unbroken State Road
Nof th Carolina claims its famous
highway No. 10, a stretch of con
crete that extends 600 miles from
one end of the commonwealth to
the other, is the longest unbroken
state road in the United States.
Vegetation is to Soil
What Skin is to Body
Vegetation on the earth is likened
to the skin on our bodies by fed
eral erosion-prevention workers.
Remove a large portion of the skin
and terrible sores result. Reckless
denuding of millions of acres of
the richest land in the country has
resulted in erosion; huge sores up
on the earth.
"Recovery from the disease of
erosion is not a simple matter,"
says M. H. Bennett, of the Soil
Conservation Service. "Obviously
we cannot return to pre-settlement
conditions. The natiion has its
roots in agriculture and if the na
tion is to continue, agriculture must
continue. We cannot raise corn
and tobacco and cotton in the
woods. We cannot harvest a wheat
crop from the unbroken prairie.
But we must make some conces
sions to nature, whose laws we
cannot repeal even if they are irksome.
"Protection and production are
not necessarily incompatible. With
a system of correct land use we
can farm much of our sod and
keep it, too. We cannot safely
farm all of it to clean-tilled, erosion-producing
crops. Some of the
steeper and more erosive land must
be in trees or grass. These crops
anchor the soil. Like the skin on4
our bodies they protect the earth
from the disease of erosion."
A COMPLETE WAVE
FOR 1 CENT
Now you can quickly and easily wave
your hair at once for one cent or less!
New improved Wildroot Wave Powder
makes a full pint of professional wave
set for 10c three pints for 25c. You
make your own wave set by mixing
powder with water. Dries quickly.
Leaves no white flakes. Rmm indef
initely. Simple directions in every pack
age ior linger waving or resetting your
permanent. Get a package today at any
1 4 ' .
drug store or toner,
MAKES 3 PINTS
10c SIZE. 1 PINT
but I am going to
enjoy it more from
now on my retire
ment income begins
IT IS a pleasant prospect to see a Hfebf comfort,
oninvmont- anH financial independence when vou
vujvj iiivuii 1
contemplate your retirement years.
Nearly every man earns a fortune between his first pay
check and his last. . . . very few conserve enough of it to pro
vide for old age needs.
Yet it is a simple and inexpensive matter to make adequate
provision for the retirement years through a Jefferson Standard
Retirement Income Plan. Let us explain it to you. Prepare now
to face the future unafraid.
ED. J. CARPENTER
FRANKLIN, N. C
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Julian Price, President
Greensboro, N. C.
Many Expected To Attend
Concert at Cullowhee
Summer visitors as well as per
manent residents over a wide sec
tion of Western North Carolina are
expected to attend the concert by
the North Carolina Symphony or
chestra, under musical direction of
Lafar Stringfield. to be given as
one of the high lights of summer
school commencement exercises of
the Western Carolina State Teach
ers college at vCullowhee on July 17.
The concert, which will be pre
sented in the natural amphitheater
of the college, ts open to the gen
eral nublic. Arrangements locally
. a P 1-v v rw TT A.
are in charge ot ur.i ri. l. nunier,
president, and W. A. Potter, direc
tor of music at the college.
Will pay IS cents a gallon for
nice, clean blackberries delivered at
cannery not later than 4 P. M.
each day beginning Monday, July 8.
PrwntUs, N. C.
WANTED : Man to start in busi
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to satisfied consumers. Complete
line. Largest company; established
1889. BIG EARNINGS. No capi
tal or experience needed. Write for
free particulars. Rawleigh's, Box
NCG-74-1, Richmond, Va.
Maior T. F. Carmack left Wed
nesday to accept a position as in
structor at Georgia Military Camp
on Highland Lake. Flat Rock. Mrs.
Carmack will remain at Trimont
Mrs. Stanhope Sams, of Colum
bia, S. C.r is visiting her sister,
Mrs. T. W. C. Johnson.
Frank B. Johnson, of the Forest
Service engineering unit located at
Greenwood. S. C, is spending sev
eral days with his mother, Mrs. J.
W. C. Johnson.
SLASHED 1 0 &
With Every Silvertown Tire Bought
During This Sale
Here it one of the most sensational bargain offers ever made
to tire buyers. You get the ONLY tire in the world with Golden j
Ply blow-out protection at 10 off, and in addition, absolutely
FREE, a Goodrich Gold and Black Tube in exchange for your
Don't be confused by other offers. Bear in mind this is all
first-line Goodrich merchandise . . . not second or third-line tires
ABOVE OFFER GOOD ONLY UNTIL MIDNIGHT JULY 6, 193S
HERE FOR SUMMER
Mrs. Placide Dover, of Garden
Gty, L. I., has joined her son,
Gerard Dover, at Trimont Inn,
where they will spend the summer.
You Save from $3 to $8.80 per Tire
Cars Washed and Greased - $1.00
CARS WASHED INDOORS, NOT IN HOT SUN
Sinclair Service Station
At Palmer and Porter Streets
JIMMY McCOLLUM, Manager ZEB ANGEL, Owner