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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, IMS
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
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Father Lane To Lecture
Here on Catholic Church
To Speak in Courthouse
Each Evening Next
A series of lectures on the Cath
olic church will be given in the
courthouse next week by the Rev.
Howard V. Lane of St. John's
Catholic church, Waynesville, it was
The lecture series will begin
Sunday and continue through Sun
day, November 3, with the lectures
scheduled to start each evening at
7:30 o'clock. Non-Catholics are in
vited to attend. Topics to be dis
cussed include: The Necessity of
Religion Who' Is Christ Christ's
Church The Bible Can a Priest
Forgive Sins What is the Catholic
Service A Rule of Life.
"It is believed," Father Lane com
mented, "that now is the opportune
time for everyone to know the real
position of the Catholic church.
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REV. HOWARD V. LANE
Home Demonstration Club News
BY MRS. T. J. O'NEIL
Macon County Horn Demonstration Agent
The second meeting of the Holly
Springs Home Demonstration Club
was held Wednesday, October 16,
at the home of Mrs. E. V. Am
nions, with the largest attendance
as yet attained by any club in the
county. The subject for discussion
was "Building a Firm Foundation."
The following are serving as of
ficers for the year: president, Mrs.
C. B. Kinsland; vice president,
Mrs. W. D. Elliott; secretary and
treasaurer, Mrs. C. W. Elliott.
The following were appointed chair
men of committees: Home beauti
fication, Mrs. E. V. Ammons; gar
den, Mrs. J. R. Franklin; child
care, Mrs. J. G. Shepard. The
next meeting of the club will be
held at the home of Mrs. Fred
Dalton on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at
SOfin . ko mul like new
again when you bring them
to our shop for repair. . . .
We rebuild shoes at very mod
City Shoe Shop
CHARLIE SUTTON, MGR.
During the past few years we have
heard many things about the Cath
olic faith. Some of these things
have not been true. This work is
not considered a revival, or a mis
sion, or a drive for members. It
is an opportunity for the people o
this community to learn the truth
about the Catholic church. This
course will be conducted in the
lecture form, and talks about the
main facts of religion will be giv
en. Also, time will be allotted for
questions and answers."
Father Lane was sent to Waynes
ville a year ago, and has for 'his
mission territory all the counties
west of Canton. He comes to
Franklin on the second and fourth
Sundays of every month for mass
at 8 a. m. During his five years
iin North Carolina, he has given
fifty weeks of lectures on the sub
jects that he is going to discuss
here, and at these lectures thous
ands have attended.
Honored Raleigh's Colonists
The town of Maneto, on Roanoke
island, in North Carolina, was
named in honor of Sir Walter
Raleigh's colonists when they set
tled there in the Sixteenth century.
COWEE WOMEN TO
An organization meeting will be
held at Cowee on Friday, October
25, at the home of Mrs. Tom Rick
man. It is hoped that these meet
iings will exceed any held in the
county in attendance.
HOLLY SPRINGS 4-H
GIRLS CLUB (FORMED
The 4-H Club for girls at Holly
Springs held their first meeting
last Friday at the home of Miss
Eleanor Dalton. They elected the
following officers: president, Hel
en Justice ; vice president, Marie
Crispe; secretary, Eleanor Dalton;
treasaurer, Hallie Cabe.
Committees were appointed as
Recreational, Gwendolyn Morgan;
program, Marie Crispe, Bessie and
Doris Seay; reporter., Edith Cabe;
club leader, Mrs. A. M. Berry.
The main project is "Personal
Development." Virginia Justice has
charge of "Dairy Projects."
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. A G. Kinsland, Oc
tober 26. at 2:30 o'clock.
janet is pronounced either with
the stress on the first syllable
jan-et or on the second ja-net.
The former is custamary in Eng
land, and is now superseding the
latter in the United States Liter
ment of 2 or 3
FOR SALE 60-foot Belt, 12
inches wide, 6 ply. Brand new.
Will sell reasonably. May be seen
at Bulgin's Machine Shop, Frank
lin, N. C.
FOR RENT Four bedrooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Trotter
house an East Main St. MRS. R.
MAKING USE OF
Watch the paper next week for
recipes in which pumpkin is used.
Anyone having a recipe which she
considers good, please send same
to Mrs. Katharine M. O'Neil,
Franklin, N. C. Pumpkins are
plentiful this time of year. Let's
learn to use them in more ays.
IOTLA CLUB FORMED
A home demonstration club has
been organized at Iotla. The fol
lowing officers were elected: Mrs.
Robert Bennett, president; Mrs.
Wade Moody, vice president; Mrs.
E. B. Duvall, secretary-treasurer;
chairmen of committees are to be
The next meeting will be held at
Mrs. Wade Moody's Friday, No
vember 1, at 2:30 o'clock.
Maple Springs School
Honor Roll Announced
Following is the honor roll of
the Maple Springs school for the
Third grade Huel Sanders, Ruth
Fourth grade Anna Lee Moffit,
Leonard Moffit, Louise Farmer.
Fifth grade Dover Stamey, Dor
Sixth grade Kate Sanders, Eleu
rie Belle Sanders.
Seventh grade Hermie Moffit,
Sadie Stockton, Maxine Dills,
The following pupils were neith
er absent nor tardy during the
month: Lawrence Brendle, Quince
Sanders, Ervin Moffitt, Barbara
Ledford, Jessie Fay Stamey, C. M.
Hodgin, Don Kimzey, J. L. San
ders, Jr., Marion Sanders, Jr.,
Pherson Stamey, Mary Lee Blaine,
Nora Lee Ledford, Francis Tallent,
Gladys , Thomas, Pavid Sanders,
Huel Sanders, Ruth Hodgin, Bon
nie McConnell, Anna Lee Moffitt,
Leonard Moffitt, Edna Thomas,
Louise Farmer, R. L. Carpenter,
Mildred Shope, Dorris Kimzey,
Edith Sanders, Maxine Dills.
FOR SALE My farm near
Clarke's Chapeh 65 acres, 4-stable
barn, 4-room house, good crib. Will
sell cheap. J. W. FRAZIER, Catu
chee, S. C.
MALE HELP WANTED
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
Route of 800 families. Good
its for hustler. We train and help
you. Write today. Rawleigh Co.,
Dept. NCJ-74-SAT, Richmond, Va.
MAPLE, BEECH, BIRCH AND
MAPLE, BEECH and BIRCH
38 inches long; 10 inches in diam
eter and up.
POPLAR Cut 30, 35 and 45
inches long; 10 inches in diameter
10 to 14 inches must be clear; 15
inches and up, we will accept one
to three defects.
A cord consists of 128 cubic feet.
$4 to $6 per Cord
LONG TURNING CO.
Opposite Bulgin's Machine Shop
Franklin, N. C.
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. . .the question is,
does it suit you?
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iNozej, when it comes to a cigarette that
will suit you . . . you want to think whether
it's mild, you want to think about the taste
That Chesterfields are milder and taste better
is no accident . . .
The farmer who grows the tobacco, the
warehouseman who sells it at auction to the
highest bidder, every man who knows about
, leaf tobacco will tell you that it takes mild,
ripe tobaccos to make a good cigarette.
In making Chesterfields we use mild ripe
home-grown and Turkish tobaccos.
for better taste