jrSDAY, august 20, 1936
the franklin PRSSS and the highlands MACONtAN
COMINGS AND GOINGS
iss Bessie Brown spent the past
c-end in Brevard, the gcest of
, Freeman, who is attend-
iss Virginia Smith, of Cliirlotte,
pending this wepk visiting her
her, Walton R. Smith, and Mrs..
h at their apartment on West
r and I^trs. J. A. Cook, of
;ns, Ga., are spendmg several
; at the home of. Mrs. E. K.
nebrew in east Franklin,
iss Joy Kinnebrew left Monday
her home in Birmingham, Ala.,
. spending several weeks with
sister, Mrs. Phil McCollum, and
McCullum at their home in
It Rev. and Mrs. W. Grier and
5 Margaret Grier, of Hunters-
N. C., spent several days at
nont Inn the past week,
rs. M. Mixon, of Thomasville,
Miss Virginia Fudge, of Jack-
/ille, Fla., and Mr. W. M. Kat-
-ink’, of Atlanta, Ga., are guests
he home of Miss Mary-Allman,
aests from Florida at Trimbnt
this week include Mr. and
Carl Kienzle, of St. Peters-
r; Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Lim-
y\i and small daughter, of iam-
\nd Mrs. E. S. Carpenter, of
r. and'Mrs. W. G._ Alexander
Mr. .and Mrs. C.' N. Stevens,
Evanston, III, are spending
e time at Trimont Inn.
[r. and [Mrs. W. Hoeing and son
daughter, of Louisville, Ky., are
sts at Trimont Jnn.
[iss Pauline Blumenthal, who
;ntly returned from a trip to
ope, spent Sunday here with her
ther, Moses Blumenthal.
[r. and Mrs. L. H. Swain and
ghter, Betsy Ann, .of Ruther-
Iton, are spending this, week
[i Mrs. Swain’s mother, Mrs. W.
obert Bryant has returned to
home in Flouston, Texas, after
nding several days at lotla with
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Tom
'Ir. and ;Mrs. J. B. Goodman left
idnesday morning for thgir hQ.rne
Mia|ni, 'Fla., after spending two
;ks at Reiiy's Tea Room.
'tiopias Porter, Jr,, Sam Green
ed, Frffflk Shape, j. R. Ray, H.
Wilhide and Richard Slagle left
iday for Talladega, Ala,, where
J will vrork with the Forest
(Ir, and Mrs. James McAllister,
New York, are spending several
days here visiting Mrs, McAllister’s
mother, Mrs, W, W. Sloan, at
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Mrs. Boice C. Munday, of Har-
rimon, Tenn., is spending several
days here with her husband.
Guests qf Mrs, W, W, Sloan at
“Sunnyside Farm” this week are:
Mrs.. J. A. Smith and two children,
of McRae, Ga.; Miss Lelia Harde
man, of Decatur, Ga,; Miss Eleanor
Morgan and Miss Boykin, of Baton
The Rev. and Mrs. N. ,S. Ogbur.n
and son, Paul Lanier, of Kobe,
Japan, were recent guests at Kelly’s
Mr, and Mrs. M. B. Kibler, son
and daughter, of Morganton, spent
several days at Kelly’s Tea Room.
Mrs. Kibler was the former Miss
Gertrude Wagg, who lived in
Franklin several years.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. West and
son, Norman, of lotla, spent Sat
urday in Canton attending a family
reunion and decoration of their
Mrs. George T. Bryson, who has
been spending several weeks with
relatives and friends at West’s Mill,
returned to her 'home in Atlanta,
Stephen Frazier, of Franklin
Route 1, has gone to Mt. Vernon,
Wash., where he expects to make
his home in the future.
J. W. Cooper, of Cleveland, Tenn.,
is spending a few days here visiting
friends, ^vlr. Cooper was here with
the Nantahala National Forest be
fore he was transferred to Ten
Mrs. Sam Garra and two daught
ers and her nephew, James Ashear,
of Pittsburgh, Pa., are spending
several days here with Mrs. Garras’
brother, Joseph Ashear, and Mrs.
Ashear at their home on Palmer
Miss Georgianna McGee spent the
week-end in Asheville visiting rela
tives and friends.
H. B. SchiUlman returned to his
home here Sunday from New York,
where he spent a week purchasing
new fall merchandise, He was met
in Asheville Sunday morning by
Mrs, Schulman, Miss Gertrude
Shape and Miss Helen Cunningham.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gold and
Mr. and Mrs. Myer Gold, of Cor
nelia, Ga., and Max Blumenthal, of
Toccoa, Ga., spent Sunday here
with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
The Rev. and Mrs. Eugene R.
Eller and daughter, Bonnie Sue,
who had ibeen visiting relatives and
friends in North 'Wilksboro, spent
part of this week visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Stockton at their home
on Harriso.n avenue and Mr. and
Mrs. G(*orge Dean at their home
on lotla street, before returning to
their home in Pelham, Ga,
Mr. and Mrs, Grover P-. Sykes
spent Mp,fid«^y and fviesday in At
Fhil Blumenthal, who is workmg
in Cornelia, Ga., spent Sunday here
with feis parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Pope Ellard and
two children spent ^ Sunday in
Greenville, S. C., visiting Mrs. El-
lard’s mother, Mrs. J, A. Martm,
and other relatives.
Clay and Alvin Hurst,- sons of
Clingman Hurst, arrive^l Monday
for a visit with thgiif- eousin, Floyd
Weyman, at his home on Harrison
aventie, . ,
Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Anderson
left Saturday morning for their
home in American Falls, Idaho,
after spending several weeks here
with Mr. Anderson’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Anderson.
Charles O. Ramsey, of Asheville,
is spending several days in Frank- I
lin visiting relatives and friend^, vari-
Claude Raby, who is wQVbJd com-
Greenville, S. C., SP^^^t mto --dollars,
end with his father. purchase war
at hi^ honie at Wes^Vir own money.
Mr. and Mrs. a United State^
Toccoa, spejkn to a ^ foreign naj
Hur.sts' mother purposes is prohibited
at her home Johnson Act, to any nc
Miss D'ch has not settled its obi
Ga., is i to the United States. It
Mrs. Sjpated here that the impenc
Mis: .jvar situation may result |
RainLrs from some of the largj
weekropean nations to settle
cou.‘'tjts remaining from the last ,
cently underwent an operation at
Angel hospital, returned to her
home at Bryson City Sunday, great
E, H. Meacnam, of Raleigh, is
spending this week at “Sunnyside
Farm” the guejit -of Mr. and Mrs.
F. S. Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Sutton and
two children, of Decatur, Ga., spent
the week-end with Mrs? S.utton’s
mother, Mrs. A. W. Horn, and
sister, Mrs. J. E. Perry.
Miss Dorothy Blumenthal is
spending this week visiting relatives
and friends in Cornelia and Roys-
Mrs. Clem Sutton returned to her
home in Washington, Ga., F'riday
after spending a week with her
mother, Mrs. S. H, Lyle, at her
home on Lyle street. On her
return she was accompanied by her
niece, little Miss Ann Lyle, daught
er oi Mr, and Mrs, S, H. Lyle,
who spent the week-end in Wash
ington, returning to her home here
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Johnston
and son, Murray, spent the week
end in Athens, Ga,, with Mrs,
Johnston’s mother, Mrs, Alice Mur
John Gibson Murray is able to be
out again, after having his tonsils
removed at Angel hospital last
Mr. and Mrs, Walter Gibson, of
Johnson City, Tenn., arrived Wed
nesday to attend the birthday din
ner of Mrs. Frank I. Murray.
Misses Freddie Hall and Mildred
Bryson spent the latter part of the
past week in Canton, visiting Miss
Hall’s uncle, Fred Hall.
Wilburn Conley, so,n of Mr. and
Mrs. Zeb Conley, returned to his
home here Tuesday after spending
a month with relatives at Rocky
Mount. He also visited in Washing
ton, D. C., and Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones left
S,unday for their home in Akron,
Ohio, after spending two weeks
with their mothers, Mrs. Martin F.
Jones, at her home on Bonny Crest,
and Mrs, J, B. Stalcup, at her
home on lotla street.
Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Rickman re
turned to their home in Gastonia
Sunday after spending a week witli
Mr. Rickman’s mother, Mrs. Alice
Rickman, who has been seriously ill.
Mrs. Rickman was reported to be
much improved Tuesday.
John W, Edwards and family,
who have been living in Asheville
for the past year, moved to the
Bidwell house on Bidwell street
Saturday. Mr. Edwards returned
Sunday to Asheville where he has
the position of deputy United States
Walter iJlaine, who is working
in Asheville, spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Blaine, at their home on
Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Scroggs and
children returned to their home in
Statesville Sunday after a visit with
Mrs. Scroggs’ parents, Mr. and
Frank T. Smith, at their home on
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Have you seen E. K. Cunningham & Co.’s
windows? They are now’ showing- their New
Fall Line of Ladies’ Oxfords and Ties.
Stop and look them over. They also have
a few Men’s and Ladies’ White Shoes left
that they are closing out for almost nothing.
They are all guaranteed solid leather, for as
you know, they do not handle anything but
solid leather shoes. Buy now, while you can
get your size. ^ f
E. K. Cunningham & Co.
“The Shop of Quality”
Quality Suits for
Men and Young Men
The “Prep” $14.50
1^0 matter what you may want in
clothes for fall wear, you’ll find
exactly that at Schulman’s Depart
ment Store. A complete new stock
has arrived, and it includes a huge
variety of fabrics, colors, styles and
all sizes, in both longs and shorts as
well as regulars. Quality throughout,
our prices can’t be equalled in miles
Schulman’s Department Store
Franklin’s Newest and Most Modern Department Store