THURSDAY, OCTOBER tt, tftU
THE FRANKLIN fit sd THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith an
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Eva Jane, to Mr. Herbert
Danielson on Tuesday, tfie twenty
fourth of April, nineteen hundred
Mrs. Danielson is a graduate of
Western Carolina Teachers College
a( Cullowhee, and has taught school
at Rainbow Springs for several
Mr. Danielson is employed by
the Ritter Lumber company.
Mr. and Mrs. Danielson will
make their home at Rainbow
MRS. HATTIE MOORE
HONORED ON 92ND BIRTHDAY
A large crowd of relatives and
close friends met at the home of
Charles Nolen on Cartoogechaye
Sunday, October 6, to honor Mrs.
Hattie N. Moore, of Hayesvilte, on
her 92nd birthday anniversary,
Mrs. Moore is spending several
weeks here with her daughters,
Mrs. A. B. Slagle, and Mrs. Jen
nie Nolen, on Cartoogechaye.
Among those present were the
honoree's five children: L. R.
Moore, Mrs. H. C. Moore and
Mrs. C. L. Smith, of Hayesville;
Mrs. A. B. Slagle, of Franklin,
and Mrs. Jennie Nolen, of Car
toogechaye; T. S. Gash, her only
brother, of Horse Shoe, near Bre-
$1.95 to $7.95
Here are dresses of the
hour I Every ,new style note
for fall is included, and the
dress-making is of the fin
est. Here you will find doz
ens of hew models in a va
riety of shades.
We also have a wide se-'
lection of woolen dresses
in the new mode and at the
right prices. And, of course,
house dresses in prints etc.
at remarkably low prices.
We have hats and shoes
to match every dress, in all
styles and colors. Prices to
suit every pocketbook.
Franklin, N. C.
vard; Ed Pat ton, a nephew, of Bre
vard; a Mr. Jordan and two
daughters, Misses Bessie and Katie
Lou Jordan, of Hendersonville ;
and a number of grandchildren and
TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold a rummage sale
on Saturday, October 12, in the
store room next to the Munday
Hotel. Clothing of all kinds will
be for sale.
The Rev. J. A Flanagan, Brab-
son Bulgin, Miss Rosalind Bulgin
and Miss Margaret Slagle, of
Franklin, and Mrs. Alec Brabson,
of Morrison, attended a special
meeting of the religious education
al workers of Asheville Presbytery
in the First Presbyterian church
in Asheville on Friday evening,
Dover Fouts, of Burnsville, was
here this week visiting his father,
Dr. J. H. Fouts,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. DeHart and
baby and Mr. and Mrs. J. Horner
Stockton and three children spent
Tuesday in Asheville shopping.
R. V. Miles, forest ranger of the
Nantahala National Forest, and
Mrs. Miles have moved into the
Mangum house on Bidwell street,
recently vacated by Phillip S. Hoyt
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McNeil, who
have been at West Jefferson for
the past year, have been transfer
red to Marion. Mr. McNeil is
with the State Highway depart
ment. He and Mrs. McNeil have
made their home in Franklin for
Ernest Rankin and sister, Miss
Lily Rankin, are spending several
days in Cleveland, Tenn., visiting
their nephew, J. .G. Siler, Jr., and
Miss Lily Belle McClure, of Ot
to, spent the week-end visiting Miss
Ruth Higgins at her home on Har
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lyle and
two small daughters spent the past
week in Washington, Ga., visiting
Mr. Lyle's sister, Mrs. Gem Sut
ton, and Mr. Sutton, returning to
their home here Friday.
W. V. C. (Top) Dalton, who is
working in Gastonia, spent the
week-end visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Dalton, at their
home at West's Mill.
Miss Pauline Reid, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Reid, has en
tered the Dorland Belle school at
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rowland
have moved from Lakemont, Ga.,
to the Orlando apartments on Har
rison avenue. Mr. Rowland is
with the Forest Service.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tysinger, jr.,
and young son speat the week-end
in Lexington, visiting Mr. Tysinger's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ty
Paul Dalrymple, who is working
with the State Highway Depart
ment at Morven, N. G, is spending
several days with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C Dalrymple, at their
home on Cartoogechaye.
Mrs. Charlie Haney, of Ashe
ville, is spending several days visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sisk, at
their home on Iotla street, "and oth
er friends in and around Franklin.
Mrs. Weimer Jones and young
daughter of Asheville, spent the
latter part of the past week visit
ing Mrs. George A. Jones. Mr.
Jones came over for the week-end.
They returned to Asheville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dalrymple, of
Raleigh, recently spent a week
here visiting Mr. Dalrymple's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dalrymple.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Porter, of
Spruce Pine, spent the first of
this week with Mrs. Porter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Zach
ary, and sister, Mrs. Harry S.
Higgins, at their home on Harri
Mrs. Emory Hunnicutt has re
turned to her home here after
spending several days in Raleigh
and Greensboro visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Waldroop
returned to their home in Atlanta,
Ga., Sunday, after spending the
week-end visiting Mr. Waldio.
mother, Mrs. Mary Lyle Waldroop,
at her home on Cartoogechaye.
Fred Moore, who is working
with the State Highway depart
ment at Morganton, spent the
week-end with his family at their
home on Cartoogechaye.
Mrs. C. C. Herbert, Jr., has re
turned to her home here after
spending the summer at Lake J,un
aluska and with her parents in
Sumter, S. C.
Mrs. Phil McCollum, who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sloan Kinnebrew in Birming
ham, Ala., returned to her home
here last week.
Mr. and Mrs Wade Calloway
and three children, of Ibapah, Utah,
arrived Sunday to spend the win
ter with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Calloway and Mr. and
Mrs. Will Holbrooks at their home
at West's Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. G Tom Bryson
and two daughters, Mildred and
Ruth; T. C. Bryson, Mr. and Mrs.
Troy Sheffield and young daugh
ter; Mrs. Robert Ramsey and two
daughters, Misses Jessie and Lola
Ramsey; Miss Rebecca Ray, Mrs.
Lester S. Conley and daughter,
Audry, attended the Bryson Re
union at Beta, Jackson county, last
Philip S. Hoyt and family have
moved from the Mangum" house on
Bidwell street to ',the J. E. Rice
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Conley spent
the week-end with their daughter,
Mss Grace Conley, who is attend
ing Converse College in Spartan
burg, S. C.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Crawley
returned to their home in Macon,
Ga., after spending a week in and
around Franklin visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Rice, of
Johnson City, Tenn., spent the
R. E. Anderson and family have
moved from their home, "Chicka
dee," on Cartoogechaye, to the
Trotter house on east Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poliakoff and
children spent Monday in Ander
son, S. G, visiting relatives and
M. D. Billings, G. L. Houk and
Miss Helen Burch spent Tuesday
in Asheville attending a teachers'
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Bryan,
of Asheville, have moved into the
D. D. Rice house. Mr. Bryan is
the new supervisor of the Nanta
hala National Forest.
Hamilton Tallent and family, of
Perre, Ky., have moved into the
Munday house on Harrison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Drinnon, of
Porterdale, Ga., are spending this
week visiting Mrs. Drinnon's fath
er, Roy C. Dady, and Mrs. Dady
at their home on White Oak street.
Mrs. Myra Ellard has been con
fined to her bed for the past sev
eral days on account of influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson
and son, Billy, of Birdsview, Wash.,
and Miss Wilma Johnson, of New
York, are spending this week
visiting Mr. Johnson's aunt, Mrs
R. M. Ledford, and Mr. Ledford
at their home on Iotla street.
Given 2 Years in Jail For
Setting Fire to Woods
According to an announcement
by Joseph C. Kircher, Regional
Forester for the Southern Region
of the United States Forest Ser
vice, Luda Kirk of Chuckey, Greene
Countv. Tenn.. has been given a
maximum sentence of two years'
imprisonment for wilfully setting
fire to timber within the boundaries
of the Pisgah National Forest.
Kircher said the severity of
Kirk's sentence would probably
have a beneficial effect in curbing
woods burning in western North
Carolina and eastern Tennessee
where the government owns mil
lions of acres of national forest
land. In the past, he said, sen
tence for similar offenses has us
ually been merely a small fine or
imprisonment' for a couple of
Government foresters estimate
damages from forest fires in the
South at approximately $47,000,000
for the three-year period from
1931 to 1934.
Father I hear that an astrolo
ger predicts that the world will
come to an end next Christmas."
Bo- Wi'i it be before or after
Farm Income to Aug. 31
August additions to farm income
raised the total for the first eight
months of 1935 to $4,020,000,1X30,
compared with $3,754,000,000 for
the first eight months of 1934, ac
cording to the latest report of the
Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
Of the 8-month total, $3,670,000,000
was for marketings of crops and
livestock and $350,000,000 from
Government rental and benefit pay
ments. Corresponding figures for
the first eight months of last year
were $3,504,000,000 from marketings
and $250,000,000 from rental and
benefit payments derived from
For August, 1935, farm income
from sale of crops and livestock
was $549,000,000, compared with
$541,000,000 in July. Government
payments this August totaled $44,
000,000, compared with $20,000,000
Incomes from crops in August
made the seasonal increase. There
was a marked gain over July in
sale of meat animals.
Third Quarter Business
13 Over Last Year
Preliminary reports issued by the
Alexander Hamilton Institute of
New York show that business ac
tivity throughout the country dur
ing the third quarter of 1935 was
at a considerably higher rate than
in the same period last year. The
statement, shows that while sales
and production were "nearly six per
cent higher during the first nin
months of 1935 than in the first
nine months of '1934, reports for
the third quarter, July 1 to Sept.
30, 1935, indicate that the increase
over the same period last year
amounted to 13 per cent."
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Just a Breath
From the Square
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