THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 IDS
THE FRANKLIN PRESS am) THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
Franklin Methodist Church
To Observe 'Loyalty Period'
A "Loyalty Period" is rn prog-1 lay its plans for the new year,
ress at the Franklin Methodist On Sunday morning, September 2y,
church. Special services are being tne ofticers and teachers ot the
held each Sunday for four weeks, church school were installed. At
A service of particular interest will the evening service on that day
be the "Sermon in Song Service" the presiding elder, Rev. W. A.
next Sunday evening at 7:30. At Rollins, preached, and compliment-
this time the religious message will ed the church on its excellent rec-
be sung instead of spoken. A se- ord for the year just closing,
ries of solos, duets, quartets and Last Sunday morning the stew-
choruses will be rendered in place ards and other church officers for
of the sermon. the new year were installed, and the
The purpose of the "Loyalty Pe- congregation participated in the
riod" is to prepare the church for Communion service. Sunday night
the new conference year, which there was held a Roll Call service,
Will begin November h The church at which the roll of the church
recently made the remarkable fi- members was called and those pres
nancial record of paying all claims ent answered to their names. At
for the present conference year the Eoworth League meeting Sun-
some six weeks before the meeting dav evenine the officers of the
of the annual conference, which young people's organization and
will convene in Salisbury on Oc- committee chairmen were installed
tober 24 with Bishop Paul B. Kern with an impressive candlelight in
presiding. . stallation service.
Officer. Installed The "Lovalty Period" is leading
With all obligations for the Dres- up to "Lovalty Sunday," October
ent conference year out of the 2Uth, the last Sunday before the
wav. the church is thus free to annual conference. On this Sunday
TOR the man who
wants to look
presentable a t a 1 1
times at a definite
ly moderate price
we suggest this line
o'f suits. We have
the new bi-swing
models as well as
the more conserva
in fall merchandise
$1.49 to $5.00
$1.98 to $6.50
50c to $2.50
$1.25 to $3.50
Franklin, N. C.
EDITED BY MRS. T. C. HARBISON
HONOR ROLL ANNOUNCED
HIGHLANDS,, Oct. 8.-The honor
toll of the Highlands school ior
the first month has been announc
ed by 0. F. Summer, principal, as
Second grade Morrfe Calloway,
Ethel Crane, Frances Crunkleton,
Edwin Shockley, Betty Speed.
Third grade Nancy Potts, Lewis
Crunkleton, Dewey Elrod, trea
Fourth grade Edna Phillips.
Fifth grade Malcolm Zoellner.
Sixth grade Ida Gugett.
Seventh grade Margie Waller.
High school Marion Day, Sarah
Thompson, Bertie Jenkins.
the stewards will be at the church
durintr the afternoon hours, and
the members win De expected to
come to the church and make their
pledges to the church budget for
the new vear. i-oyaity punaay
and the church services of the con
ference year will end with a vesper
service at 5 p- m-
Ut Off Officer
The church officers and the or
ganization df the church school for
the new year are as follows:
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Church 3chaw urbanization
General officers Dr. W. E. Furr,
general superintendent; Harley R
Cabe, general secretary; Mrs. Hen
ry W. Cabe, pianist.
Children's' division Mrs. Zeb
Conlev. suoerintendent; Mrs. C. W.
Allen, pianist and secretary; Miss
Freda ShV, nursery; miss Mar
garet Cozad. beginners; Miss fcliza-
hrtu cioffi nrimary J: Mrs. Zeb
Conley, Primary II; Mrs. Roy
Cunningham, )w i;. miss Ra
chel Davis, Junior II.
Young people s division Miss
Ruth Slagle, superintendent; Miss
Ruth Slagle, intermediate I ; Mrs.
Wylie Zachary. intermediate II J
James Hauser, senior boys; Miss
Florence Stalcup, senior gins;
George Johnston, young people.
Adult division J, v,oniey,
Men's Brotherhood tfioie ciass
R. C. Dady, teacher; J. C. Fergu
son, assistant teacher; l. w. ror
ter, president; ) S. Conley, vice
president; W. H. Potts, secretary-
Ma Altaian Bible class Mrs.
F T ilr. teacher; Miss Carolyn
Nolen, assistant teacher; Mrs. How
ard Valentine, president ; mi my
Altaian, vice-president; Mrs. W. E.
F. S. Johnston tsiDie ciass Mrs.
George Jones, teacher; Mrs. P. F.
Callahan, assistant tcacncr;
R. G. Beshears, president; Mrs. J.
S. Conlev. vice-president; Mrs.
Lester Conley, secretary-treasurer;
Mrs. H. O. Cozad, assistant secre
Trustees of church operty-M.
L. Dowdle, chairman; Dr. W. E.
Furr, secretary-treasurer; J. b.
Conley, J. 0. Harrison, W. K Mc
Guire C G. Moore, Dr. W. A.
Rogers H. T. Sloan, G. 0. Wallace.
S'tewards-C W. Allen, Henry
W. Cabe, Jess S. Conley, G. L.
Crawford, M. L Dowdle, J C.
Ferguson, Dr. W. E. Furr, Q. J.
Hauser, E. S. Hunnicutt G. J.
Johnston, R. S. Jones C ' G. 1 Koore,
T. W Porter, Dr. W. A. Rogers,
A. B. Slagle, H. T. Sloan, Dr. J.
F. Smith, George Conley, George
Stalcup, Henry Waldroop.
Recording steward-G. J- Johns-
rx:.-:. and alternate district
.SZJI. T. Sloan. W. E. Furr
r:.vi W committee I. W.
Golden Cross director - rv.
neS Young Popl' Wok
Young people's organization -
P..c;,w. Herbert Angel; vice-
president, Miss Eliabeth Slagle;
Miss Margaret Cozad;
treasurer Carl -Tysinger; pianist,
Miss Sarah Conley.
remittee chairmen Worship
Miss Carolyn Nolen; evangelism
j relations. Miss Ruth
Slafflp- missions and world friend
ed Miss Rachel Davis; recreation
and' personal development, Phillip
Invitations have been sent out as
"Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Tallent re
quest the honor of your presence
at the marriaee of their daughter,
T.niiisp Ella to Mr. William G.
Culbertson, on Sunday morning
October the thirteenth, at seven
o'clock Highlands Presbyterian
church, Highlands, N. C.
Hiehlands Country Club closed
for the season on Thursday, Oc
The first freeze of the Fall was
reported ta Highlands Monday
morning, with the thermometer
registering 18 degrees Farenheit
(unofficial). Leaves had not fully
turned when the freeze arrived. It
warmed up considerably during the
W. W. EDWARDS NAMED
At the regular meeting of the
board of commissioners of the
Town of Highlands on Monday,
Oct. 7, W. W. Bdwards was ap
pointed mayor-protem, succeeding
S. E. Potts, who recently became
mayor after he resignation of S.
ing after about fifteen days illness.
W. W. Edwards, Geter Buchan
an, and Li. w. Marett, are on a
t)ear hunting trip near the Smoky
mountains this week.
The passing of Miss Elizabeth
Norwood on October 6" at the Jun
ior League Hospital will be cause
or regret to her many friends in
Franklin and Macon county, where
she came about 35 years ago and
where she gave valuable service as
teacher and won a place, espec
ially in the hearts of little chil
dren, by her loving, patient, pains
taking care in the school room.
Her very pleasing personality,
sterling worth, loving and lovable
disposition gave1 her many friends
wherever she went among both old
She was known and loved not
only here, but, having taught in
Alabama, in eastern Carolina and
for many years in Sylvester, Ga.,
where she laid the educational
foundation for hundreds of chil
dren, the news of her going will
bring sorrow to widely scattered
Handicapped by broken health,
she was forced to give up her
loved profession several years ago,
and for the past three years has
been under the care of the Junior
League Hospital at Winston-Salem.
The thought that her safe land
ing at the port of heaven at 11
o'clock on Sunday morning in time
to join the heavenly choir and per
haps be permitted to exercise her
talent of song singing a solo of
praise because she had reached
the land where "He shall wipe
away every tear, and death shall
be no more, neither shall there be
mourning nor crying nor pain any
more," is no doubt very human,
but comforting to her.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherrill an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Jimmy Ruth, at their home on
lotla street, on Monday, October 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion B. Sanders
announce the birth of a daughter
at their home at Prentiss on Sep
A son, Jimmie Lee, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shumate, at
their home at Rainbow Springs on
On September 9, a son, Michael
V., was bOrn to Mr. and Mrs.
Ulrich r. Kowalskie, at Rainbow
Mr. and Mrs. Marion R. Led
ford announce the birth of a
daughter, Ida Mae, at their home
at Prentiss on September 15.
On August 27, a son, Carl Lee,
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Hurst at their home in Franklin
Patient Have you been a den
Dentist No, I used to be a steel
riveter to work on high buildings
SPECIAL PROGRAM GIVEN
In addition to the regular fea
ture picture and the usual "short,"
a special program was arranged for
Monday and Tuesday nights or
this week at the Highlands The
atre. Guy Warren Paul, High
lands school student, sang two se
lections, "An Ear Full of Music,"
and "Home on the Ranee." Miss
Helen Clyde Lewis, of Palm Beach
and New York, save several ex
hibition dances in costume, includ
ing a Spanish dance and a Cuban
Rumba. Missi Lewis, who is
talented dancer of the New York
stage, usually spends several weeks
each season at the Lewis summer
home the "Will-o-the-WisD." in
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
When your heels bruise
In chilly weather
We'll put your shoes
Right back together!
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP
"We Buy and Sell"
Box 212 Troy F. Horn
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends
for their many deeds of kindness
and beautiful floral offerings dur
ing the illness and death of our
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seay
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Setser
Customer Ten years ago I only
had to pay ten cents a pound for
Grocer Not these prunes. These
are less than seven years old.
Marie Are they in love?
Mazie They must be. She lis
tens to him describe a ball game
and he listens to her telling how
her cousin's new dress was made.
Time To Have Your
Cleaned & Pressed!
We will make your over
coat or suit look almost
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Bloom
er are guests of their sister, Mrs.
Edith Dougal, at their home, far
Mrs. Claudian B. Northrop, ot
Washington, D. C, and Miss Helen
Marshall of Rome, Ga., are visit
ing Miss M. D. Warren at her
home on Satulah Mountain. Mrs.
Northrop formerly had a summer
home in Highlands.
Mrs. Tim Patterson, formerly ot
Highlands, has been visiting friends
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gould, of
Atlanta, arrived in Highlands
Thursday to spend a few days at
their cottage here.
On account of the illness ot ner
husband, Mrs. Raymond H. Kline
returned to her winter home in
Atlanta on Friday, October 4, a
few days earlier than she had ex
pected to leave Highlands.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hall spent
last week-end in Hartwell, Ga.,
with. Mrs. Hall's parents.
Miss Louise B. Cramer, of At
lanta, was at her home here for a
few days during the latter part of
last week. '
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ragland left
Hitrhlands last Sunday for their
winter home in Miami. Fla.
Miss M. T. Crosbv. of Highlands
and San. Mateo, Fla., and her
ompsts Airs Grace Ritchie and
Mrs. Neyle Marx, of Jacksonville,
left for Florida Thursday morning,
The three small children of Mr.
It's Time To Fix
Avoid Leaks This Winter
Just received a car load of Wheeling 28
Gauge Galvanized roofing that we are going to
sell at the price of 29 Gauge.
The 28 Gauge is a much heavier, stronger
sheet and will therefore give better service.
We also have a good stock of Barrett's Com
position Roofing, priced at: $1.25 for the light,
$1.50 for the medium, and $1.75 for the heavy.
These prices include tax.
See us befdre buying Roofing, Barbed Wire,
Woven Fence, Farm Tools and the general line
See our stock of Aluminum Ware at prices
lower than you have ever seen.
We Save You Money on Every
Franklin, N. C.
and Mrs. W. A. Hays are improv