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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21 IMS
THE FRANKLIN PRESS mi THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
Mr. and Mrs. William HayeSv of
Highlands, announced this wtiek
the engagement and approaching
marriage of their aunt, Miss Elinor
C. Cleaveland, of Highlands,, to
Mr. Henry D. West, of Franklin.
The wedding is to take place
Sunday, October 27, in the High
lands Baptist chupch, with the pas
tor, the kev. J. E. Brown, officiat
ing. Miss Cleaveland served as post
mistress at Highlands for 12 years
prior to last spring. Mr. West is
employed in Joseph Ashear's Store
After their marriage the couple
will be at home on the Georgia
road near Franklin.
The following announcement from
the October 14 issue of The Day
tona Beach, Fla., News Journal
wiH be of interest to many people
in Macon county:
"Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. John
son, 22 North Oleander avenue,
today announced the marriage four
months ago of their daughter, Miss
Morence Lucille, to W. B. Bag
well, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
M. Bagwell, 640 Cassin avenue.
"The ceremony was performed
June 23 in Sanford and the young
couple are living at 324 Fairview
avenue. The bride is a graduate
of Mainland high school and Mr.
Bagwell was graduated from Mem
phis high school. Memphis, Texas.
He is employed at the "Pig Trail."
Mrs. Bagwell is the granddaugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lan
drum of this county.
ville, where Mrs. Sloan will spend
several days visiting relatives. Mr.
Sloan returned to Franklin Monday.
Mrs. R. T. Bennett, of Toccoa,
Ga., is spending this week visiting
her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Ander
son, at her home on east Main
Misses Jessie and Lola Ramsey,
of Tellico, have taken an apart
ment for the winter in the Mc
J. Horner Stockton has returned
to his home here after spending
the week-end in Petersburg, Va.,
with his brother, Theodore Stock
ton, who was critically ill with
Mrs. Louise Cotter, who under
went an operation at Angel Hos
pital Monday morning for the re
moval of her appendix, was re
ported to be resting comfortably
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Siler, Mrs.
Carrie Addington Conwell and
Mrs. James M. Freeman, of La
vonia, Ga., spent the week-end
here visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stribling
spent Sunday in Atlanta, Ga., visit
ing Mr. Stribling's mother, Mrs.
S. Y, Stribling.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Moody, of
Murphy, were among the visitors
here last week.
Dr. H. T. Horsley and family
moved Wednesday from the Hig
don house on east Main street to
the house recently vacated by Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. McNeil on west
Jackie Higdon, small son, of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Higdon, who is in
Angel hos pi taL following an opera
tion for appendicitis, was reported
Wednesday morning to be resting
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Siler
and young son, Pat, of Gastonia,
spent the week-end visiting rela
tives and friends in Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lyle and
Mr. and Mrs. T
attend the football game between
Georgia Tech and Duke University.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Conley, Mrs.
W. A. Rogers and Mrs. R. G. Be
shears spent Thursday of last
week in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr, and Mrs. Philip S. Hoyt
left Saturday for St. Louis, Mo.,
where they will spend several days
Judge and Mrs. John Awtrey, of
Marietta, Ga., spent a couple of
days last week visiting friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Herman B. Ellis
announce the birth of a daughter,
Annie Ruth, on Friday, October
18, at the home of Mrs. Ellis'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sut
ton, on Curtis street.
Large Ship Elevator
The largest ship elevator in the
world is at Njederfinow, Germany,
connecting the Havel, Elbe and
Oder rivers. Barges arriving at
JNiedertinow must be raised or
W. Angel, Jr., j lowered 120 feet, depending on the
went to Atlanta, Ga., Saturday to direction in which they are going.
Adam and Eve's Garden
According to tradition in the
Seychelte islands, in the Indian
ocean, midway between Africa and
Asia, it was there Adam and Eve
had their Garden of Paradise.
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A Brand Fire New Store
Prices That Conform to
COME TO SEE US
Just a Breath From the Square
LEE BARNARD, MGR.
ENTERTAIN AT SHOWER
Mrs. Paul Vaught and Mrs. J.
E. Danielson gave a surprise show
er in honor of Mr. and Mrs. H.
E. Danielson Thursday night of
last week at Mrs. Vaught's home
at Rainbow Springs.
The hostesses served cake and
Those attending the shower in
cluded: Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Vaught, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bry
ant, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Medford,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Danielson,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cole. Mr.
and Mrs. John Sneed, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs.
L. J. Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Sneed, Mr. and Mrs. Harve
Younce, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
Vaught, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gil
liland, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Williams, Mrs. L.
M. Holcomb, Mrs. J. E. Brooks,
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Myers, J. E.
Danielson and Paul Vaught.
Miss Timoxena Sloan, of Atlanta,
Ga., spent the week-,end here with
her mother, Mrs. J. S. Sloan.
Mrs. William Adcock and son,
Lieut. Thomas Adcock, returned to
their home in Hopkinsville, Ky.,
after spending several days here
with Mrs. Adcock's sister, Mrs.
Miss Lena Lewis recently visit
ed her brother, Dave Lewis, in
Mrs. Oscar C. Bryant and Mrs.
J. H. Carelock were in Asheville
Mrs. Gladys Guy and two sons
have moved from the Franklin
Terrace to the Hudson apartments
on Totla street.
Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sloan and
son, Bobby, of Atlanta, Ga., spent
the week-end visiting Mrs. George
Bidwell at "Road's End," on Way
ah Creek. On their return to
Atlanta Sunday night -they were
accompanied by Mrs. B. W. John
son, who will spend the week
with them at their home at 887
Mrs. Arthur Waldroop has rent
ed Rogers Hall and will Operate
it as a boarding house this winter.
Mrs. Ethel Raye returned Friday
from Atlanta, Ga., where she had
been to attend the wedding of
Miss Harriette tlillman, of San
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Neil spent
the week-end in Asheville and at
Chimney Rock. Mrs. O'Neil is
home demonstration agent for Ma
Mrs. Fred S. Sloan and small
daughter left last week for States-
THE NEW FORD V-8 FOR 1936
Why do we scry The New Ford V-8
What is new about it?
Of course, the newest engine in the
low-price car field is still the V-8 engine.
Since Ford made it available to all car
users (keeping it as economical as cars
with fewer cylinders) the Ford V-8 has
been the newest engine on the market
and remains the newest for 1936.
You may buy a car on minor "talking
points" some specially advertised fea
ture "with the car thrown in" but after
all, it is the engine you buy when you
buy a car. Hence we put the engine first
Other new point about the ear
make a long lift.
Its lines are much more beautiful. The
hooa is longer and sweeps forward over
the distinctive new radiator grille, giving
the car a length and grace that are
instantly impressive. The fenders are
larger, with a wide flare. Horns are con
cealed behind circular grilles beneath
the headlamps. New steel wheels.
Ford upholstery always of sterling
quality and excellent taste is rich and
enduring. The appointments of the car
have a new touch of refinement There
is no question about the increased
beauty of the Ford V-8 for 1936.
In more practical matters, many
improvements have been made
Steering is made easier by a new steer
ing gear ratio. The cooling system cir
culates 5V2 gallons of water through a
new, larger radiator. Natural thermo
syphon action is assisted by two cen
trifugal water pumps. New style hood
louvres permit a rapid air-flow around
Easier, quieter shifting of Ford gears
The gear shift lever now travels a
The two qualities you want in
brakes Brakes that stop the car with
ease and certainty. Ford Super-Safety
Brakes of the long-tested, fool-proof,
Safety as always in the electri
cally welded genuine steel body. Safety
Glass all around at no extra cost. Hun
dreds have written grateful letters be
cause this glass has protected the safety
of their families.
A car yoa can drive without strain
all day, if you like, in city or country.
Steady, holds the road responds to the
driver's touch like a well-trained horse.
You don't have to "push" or "fight" the
Ford V-8 driver and car easily get
on terms of good understanding with
An engine has much to do with the
roominess of a car. Very much indeed.
A long engine uses up car space. The
compact V-8 engine permits much of the
ordinary engine space to be used by
It really is a great car in every way,
this 1936 Ford V-8 -the finest safest,
most dependable Ford car ever built
Now on display by Ford dealers.
LOW FORD V-8 PRICES
THIRTEEN BODY TYPES Coupe (5 windows),
$510. Tudor Sedan, $520. Fordor Sedan. $580.
DE LUXE Roadster (with rumble seat). $560.
Coupe (3 windows), $570. Coupe (5 windows).
$555. Phaeton, $590. Tudor Sedan, $565. Cab
riolet (with rumble seat), $625. Fordor Sedan,
$625. Tudor Touring Sedan (with built-in
trunk), $590. Fordor Touring Sedan (with built
in trunk), $650. Convertible Sedan, $760.
F. O. B. Detroit Standard cocsMorf group. Including;
bumpers and spare die, extra. All Ford V-8 body types
have Safety Glass throughout at no additional coot.
Economical terms through Universal Credit Company.